Last name: Nolan
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I think the name "Nøland" might come from this, just variated into Norwegian..
Just came from Ireland... from what I could uncover, "Noland" derives from "Nolan" and is still very much an Irish surname. They simply added the "d" to make it sound fancier.
my great-grandmother was a nolan from dublin eire :D
Looking for the origins of Michael Nolan (probably born around 1790, vague estimate). Was married to Judith Whalen. They had a child named Catherine Nolan who married William Brogan. The Nolan family moved from Ireland to Canada. Any info appreciated.
I might have something on that, I have to check the book.
Hello Michael, if you could find any hint or details, that would be fantastic. Been looking for years. I could send you more info from my Ancestry.ca tree.
Hello Michael, if you have found anything about Catherine Nolan and William Brogan or their parents, i can be reached at email@example.com Thanks in advance.
I'm a Hells Kitchen Nolan.
I'm a Nolan from Marystown, Newfoundland, Canada!
my father was francis nolan from newfoundland
Stephanie derible- Nolan
Nolan's also live in St. Mary's Bay Newfoundland
nee Nolan from Kiltimagh ...
still looking for information on Nolans of John St Wexford town!
My great-grandfather was a Nolan and he came from Tipperary.
Danny Patrick Nolan
Other Nolan family members from where I live in Melbourne, Australia have traced our family back to Tipperary & Limerick. Try Danny.firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any info from this region. Thinking of visiting the area soon. Come from a long line of Patrick Nolan's I believe?
WOOOOO Im a Nolan from Dublin :P
any Nolan,s from John St Wexford?
Child of Nolan
My Grandparent's were Nolan's from Kildare in the Irish Republic any other's out there