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The name Boland in Ireland is derived from the Gaelic Sept O'Beollain who were based in Counties Clare, Sligo and Offaly. The Clare Sept can claim lineage to the brother of Brian Boru, the High King of Ireland. Bolan is another variation of this name which was originally formed from a Norse personal name
Spelling variations include: Boland, Bolan, Boland, O'Boland, O'Bolan, Bolend, Bolen and many more.
First found in in counties Clare and Sligo where they were anciently seated.
Some of the first settlers of this name or some of its variants were: James Boland who arrived in New England in 1764; Dominic, Francis, James, and John Boland, all arrived in Philadelphia between 1840 and 1860; Jeremiah Boland arrived in Quebec, Canada, in 1825; John Boland arrived in Quebec in 1840; Daniel, John, Mathew, Patrick and Thomas Bolan and others.
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