What does the name Haly mean? Find out below.
From Middle English hali, holi, from Old English hāliġ, hāleġ (“holy, consecrated, sacred, venerated, godly, saintly, ecclesiastical, pacific, tame”), from Proto-Germanic *hailagaz (“holy, bringing health”), from *hailaz (“healthy, whole”), from Proto-Indo-European *kóh₂ilus (“healthy, whole”).
Richard O'Grady Haly is a military person.
Berkeley Moreton was a pastoral farming and chairman. Berkeley was given the name Charles Robert Haly on July 18th, 1834 in Woodchester, Gloucestershire, England. He died on August 7th, 1924.
Sir William O’Grady Haly is a military person. His military service ended in 1878.
Francis was born in 1783. He died in 1855.
Charles Haly was a pastoral farming and magistrate. Charles was given the name Charles Robert Haly on April 11th, 1816 in Amboise. He left this life on August 26th, 1892.
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People with the last name Haly are most frequently White or African American