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Geary

Geary, an Anglicized rendering of the Irish name O'Gadhra, has a number of meanings:

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Brian Geary
... Brian Geary (born 1980) is an Irish hurler who played as a centre-forward for the Limerick senior team ... Geary made his first appearance for the team during the 1999 championship and was a regular member of the starting fifteen until his retirement after the 2012 championship ... Geary ended up an All-Ireland runner-up on one occasion ...
Sir Francis Geary, 1st Baronet - First Commands
... Geary was promoted to command HMS Squirrel on 30 June 1742 ... Geary boarded the vessel and took her as a prize ... Geary then moved to command HMS Dolphin in early 1744, but was assigned to command HMS Chester on 17 February ...
List Of Defunct San Francisco Municipal Railway Lines - Defunct Streetcar Routes
... Geary Routes Route map EmbarcaderoE Union Montgomery PowellJ, K, L, M, and N Union SquareF Stockton Geary and Jones Geary and Van NessD and H Geary and Laguna Geary and Steiner Geary and Divisadero Geary and ...
Sir Francis Geary, 1st Baronet - Further Advances
... Geary was promoted to Vice-Admiral of the Blue on 21 October 1762 ... The death of Admiral Sir Charles Hardy in May 1780 led to Geary being recalled to service, despite being in poor health ... Geary put to sea, patrolling off Brest in the hope of preventing the joining of the French and Spanish fleets ...
Geary, New Brunswick
... Geary (2001 population 2,680) is a Canadian rural community in Sunbury County, New Brunswick ... parts Haneytown, Waterville-Sunbury, Geary, and French Lake ... Geary is best known as being the location of New Brunswick International Speedway, the largest auto racing track in Atlantic Canada ...