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With origins steeped in the colourful myths and legends that form an integral part of Ireland’s long history, the O’Gradys were for centuries at the very heart of the island’s turbulent affairs.
Proud of a descent from one of the Emerald Isle’s earliest monarchs, they managed to survive despite the frequent bloody outbreaks of rebellion that tore the island apart.
Survivors to the last and truly living up to their motto of ‘Wounded not conquered’, the stirring tale of the O’Gradys and their namesakes the Gradys is recounted here.
NAME variations include: Ó Grádaigh (Gaelic), Ó Gráda (Gaelic), Grady, Graidy, Brady, O’Brady.