The Irish surname Gallagher is derived from the native Gaelic Sept O'Gallochobhair which means 'foreign help'. There are several variations of the anglicized name of this Sept including Galagher, Gallacher and Golloger. The main Sept was located in County Donegal and this is where the majority of descendants can be found.
Gaelic: ó Gallchobhair , Gaelic Meaning: lover of foreigners
The oldest Gallagher Coat of Arms is pictured above.
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