Cead Mile Failte…
a hundred thousand welcomes!
FIRST HEALY CLAN TENT
CELEBRATION OF CELTS
Saturday, May 6th, 2006
Columbia County Fair Grounds,
The First Healy Clan Organization Tent
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FOR COMPLETE LIST OF GREAT RESOURCES
Healy Family Coat of Arms
O' HEALATHAIGH - O' HELUIGHTHE
HEALY - HEALEY - HELY - HALY
O'HEALY - O'HEALEY - O'HELY - O'HALY
"Saepiens Dominabitur Astris"
"The wise man will be governed by
~ Photos Of Irish Re-enactment Dress ~
to the Healy Family Network
Welcome Healy Families
[ Home of the Healy Clan Organization ]
Thank you for visiting the Healy Clan Organization web site and sending your comments.
I appreciate all comments and suggestions.
I started this web site as a personal family web site at www.EEHealy.com. Since
then I have migrated to a more inclusive web site.
In the continuing process I have secured www.HealyClan.org which is the
NEW Domain Location. I hope to develop and expand this web site to be the new home
for the Healy Clan Organization.
I will continue to change and modify this web site so
that it can become one of the best Healy Family Clan resources on the
Although I spell my name Healy, I consider all variations a part of our
universal family. Healy, Healey, Haley, Haly, Hely,
Heely, Heeley, etc., are all from the "Old Gaelic Names" in Ireland.
I plan to include more features in this web site.
The most recent change is the new Forum/Message Board.
I hope this becomes a popular means for Healy folk to communicate and share.
I am working on the best way to post or list other Healy Family web sites.
At this time I want to encourage everyone that has a Family Web Site
to Post a Link to it in our Free Message Board under the proper topic.
As people share or I gather interesting facts about the Healy Family around
the world, I will try to post that information so that all can benefit.
So much data is available, but access to much of it requires some kind of payment.
If I can, through this community I would like to help make Family Research and Genealogy data less costly.
Some of the LINKS on this web site do go to places that require a fee. If you do
sign up for one of these services I have tried to apply for an affiliate membership.
I have done this so that it will offset the cost for research and to maintain this web site.
For sharing research and networking with other families let me encourage you to use our
Forum/Message Board. Share data, important
resources, research finds, and your own family web site with others via the
message board. Unless it is noted with a "copy write" it is ALL FREE!
Please pass the word to all your family and friends to visit and bookmark
our web site.
EEHealy - June 2004
Shrine of St Lachtin's Arm
was in the care of the Healy Family
for about 500 years.