Irish names equated with Charles are Séarlas, Cathal and Cormac.
The English-born Irish writer Charles Saunders used Cathal Ó Sandair.
YES! Some say it's the Irish version of Charles, but that is not true.
Ó Maolchathail. (devotee of Cathal). A sept of Laois and Offaly.
Cathal Brugha Barracks Rathmines Dublin
the most usual form is Cathal but there are other others such as Searlas etc
Cathal McCall has written: 'Structural change and Irish nationalist identities in Northern Ireland: a postmodern perspective' 'Can equality of opportunity in employment be achieved in Northern Ireland'
The Irish version of Charles is Séarlas; but Cathal and Cormac are more usual.The Scottish version is Teàrlach.
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Cathal Magee was born in 1954.
Cathal Gannon died in 1999.
Cathal Gannon was born in 1910.