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  • Michael Lahy [Convict "Surry" 1816] (1793 - 1859)
    Michael LAHY was born c1793 Tipperary, Ireland Michael was convicted and sentenced to 14 years transportation. He arrived in Sydney Cove on 20/12/1816 on "Surry". Michael married Mary Ann THURSTON ...
  • T.E. Lahy (1880 - 1912)
    Mr T. E. Lahy Age: 32 years Last Residence: in East Dulwich London England Occupation: Fireman / Stoker Engine crew First Embarked: Southampton Died in the sinking. Body Not Recover...
  • Lahy (deceased)
    "There was an Archbishop of Germany on this side of the family. We believe [...] her[sic] surname was Johanning and her family opened Jewellers’ shops in Germany." -- By Julie Reading
  • Albert Ernest Lahy (deceased)
    "Albert Ernest Lahy- walked out on his family: wife- Mary Jane and children- Constance, Doris and Albert Henry (Harry). Harry was about five when his father disappeared in 1906? Harry always had a chip...
  • Albert Henry Lahy (1901 - 1988)
    "Harry, my Grandfather would never talk about his father. It was like a family cross to bear. He said his father had died. We couldn’t get really close to Gramps ( Harry ), he appeared aloof and almost...

About the Lahy surname

If Protestant, then its likely that your Lahey / Lahy / Leahy branch descended from County Cavan, Ireland [Probably of Huguenot descent].

I've written a book on the Origins of this County Cavan family - available on Amazon - "The Cavan Leahys: Origins". 2nd Volume to follow in 2018. I also created a FaceBook Group "Cavan Leahys"

Feel free to email me at cavanleahys@gmail.com if you have stories / photos etc. of this family or want to know where your branch fits in

Regards

David Leahy