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  • Acores Moses Neely (1767 - d.)
    Reference: MyHeritage Family Trees - SmartCopy : May 21 2018, 12:18:42 UTC
  • Adolphus Augustus Theodore Moore Neely (1857 - 1915)
    Residence : South Carolina, United States - 1870* Residence : Ebenezer, York, South Carolina, United States - 1880* Census : 1910 - Ebenezer, York, South Carolina, USA** Reference: MyHeritage Family Tr...
  • Adolphus Neely (1879 - 1957)
    Dolph Adolphus “Dolf” Neely BIRTH 16 Sep 1879 Gerald, Franklin County, Missouri, USA DEATH 19 Nov 1957 (aged 78) Hermann, Gasconade County, Missouri, USA BURIAL Evangelical Saint Paul Cemetery Gerald,...
  • Agnes Neely (1694 - 1765)
    Updated from MyHeritage Family Trees by SmartCopy : Sep 2 2015, 20:24:29 UTC
  • Agnes Carothers (1755 - 1814)
    AGNES NEELY (THOMAS II, THOMAS I) was born 1755, and died November 24, 1814. She married JAMES CAROTHERS June 09, 1785. He was born April 17, 1750, and died December 07, 1836.Children of AGNES NEELY an...

About the Neely surname

Hello,
It's funny to think people are interested in my family.
I have been a Neely for nearly 72 years. Never really knew much about my family, but now I know a great deal. I am a direct descendent of the the O'Neill Kings of Ireland. It seems that Shane O'Neill and Catherine MacDonald are the parents of Rufus K O'Neill/Neely. And Rufus is my great grandfather and the man I believe is the father of Clan Neely in Ireland. It is an honor to have this information and to know my great grandfather Rufus K O'Neill/Neely started it all. However, despite what many might think, there is not much I can do with the information. There is no prestigious outcomes awaiting me, no money and no one to talk with about this finding. But there is one thing this info has given me. It's pride in knowing who I am. Don't misunderstand, I would be proud of any ancestors I found pulsing through my blood DNA. The difference now is,
" I FINALLY KNOW WHO I AM". And there is nothing more satisfying then finally knowing who you are.
Sincerely, Shirley Neely Chance.