Fay

The name Fay in Ireland is of Anglo-Norman origin having been brought to the country by the de Fae family who settled in County Westmeath at the end of the twelfth century. The name is most commonly found in Counties Cavan, Monaghan as well as Westmeath. Fee and Fahy are sometimes used as variants.

Origen: Irlandés. The Irish name Fay has a long Gaelic heritage to its credit. The original Gaelic form of the name Fay is O Fathaigh, derived from the word fothadh, meaning a foundation.

Variantes: Fahey, Fahie, Fahy, Fay, O'Fahey, O'Fahy, Vahey y otros.

Motto Translated: Hope.

Los Fay, en irlandés O´Feich, integraron un clan en Derrybrusk, lugar cercano de Enniskillen. Este apellido a veces es usado como sinónimo del apellido Fahy.

En los registros de ingreso al Puerto de Buenos Aires, encontramos hasat el año 1880 diez personas con este apellido.

 

Bernard Fay & Catherine Casey ( modificado el 27.08.2012 )
James Fay & Elizabeth MacManus ( modificado el 29.01.2012 )
James "Santiago" Fay & Margaret Walsh ( modificado el 30.11.2012 )
James Fay & Kathleen Casey ( modificado el 07.10.2009 )
John Fay & Mary Young ( modificado el 07.10.2009 )
Lawrence Fay & Jane Wheeler ( modificado el 07.10.2009 )
Patrick Fay & Ellen Walsh ( modificado el 07.10.2009 )
Patrick Fay & Ellen Killen ( modificado el 06.05.2011 )
Singles / Others / Otros / Fay ( modificado el / modified on 30.11.2012 )