O'Neill

O'Neill

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O'Neill , O'Neil, O'Neal or Ui Néill may refer to:
  • O'Neill dynasty
    O'Neill dynasty
    The O'Neill dynasty is a group of families that have held prominent positions and titles throughout European history. The O'Neills take their name from Niall Glúndub, an early 10th century High King of Ireland from the Cenél nEógain...

    , for information on the original O'Neill family, their ancestors, and other related families
  • O'Neill (surname)
    O'Neill (surname)
    The O'Neill dynasty is a group of families that have held prominent positions and titles throughout European history. The O'Neills take their name from Niall Glúndub, an early 10th century High King of Ireland from the Cenél nEógain...

    , includes surname origins and information, and a list of individuals under the names O'Neal, O'Neil, O'Neill and other variations


O'Neill, O'Neil, O'Neal and Ui Néill may also refer to numerous other articles. A more comprehensive list follows

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  • Alan O'Neill (footballer born 1957), (born 1957), an Irish football player
  • Alan O'Neill (footballer born 1973)
    Alan O'Neill (footballer born 1973)
    Alan O'Neill is an Irish retired professional footballer who played in the Football League for Birmingham City. He also played in Ireland.-Career:...

    , (born 1973), an Irish football player
  • Alexander O'Neal
    Alexander O'Neal
    Alexander O'Neal is an American R&B singer. He is best-known for the songs "If You Were Here Tonight" and "Fake", and the duets with Cherrelle, "Saturday Love" and "Never Knew Love Like This".-Biography:...

     (born 1953), American musician
  • Alexandre O'Neill
    Alexandre O'Neill
    Alexandre Manuel Vahia de Castro O'Neill de Bulhões, GOSE was a Portuguese writer and poet of Irish descent.-Family:...

    , (1924–1986), a Portuguese writer
  • Amber O'Neal
    Amber O'Neal
    Kimberly Dawn Davis is an American professional wrestler, better known by her ring name, Amber O'Neal.-Early career :...

     (born 1974), American professional wrestler
  • Amy O'Neill
    Amy O'Neill
    Amy O'Neill is a performer and a former actress. After appearing in several sitcoms and starring as Molly Stark on The Young and the Restless in 1986, she was cast as Amy Szalinski in the 1989 Disney film, Honey, I Shrunk the Kids, for which she was nominated for a Young Artist Award...

    , (born 1971), an actress/performer
  • Ana María O'Neill
    Ana María O'Neill
    Ana María O'Neill was an educator, author and advocate of women's rights.-Early years:O'Neill was born in the town of Aguadilla, Puerto Rico where she received her primary and secondary education. She enrolled and graduated from the Normal School of the University of Puerto Rico, where she earned...

    , an educator, author and advocate of women's rights
  • Andrew O'Neill
    Andrew O'Neill
    Andrew O'Neill is a stand-up comedian, musician and writer. He lives in London.-Background:Born in Portsmouth in 1979, O'Neill grew up in the suburban town of Wallington. He did his first comedy performance at the age of ten . He started doing stand-up on 16 January 2002, at the Laughing Horse,...

    , (born 1979), an English vegan, anarchist, transvestite, stand-up comedian, musician and writer
  • Anthony O'Neill
    Anthony O'Neill
    Anthony O'Neill is a fiction writer. He has been published in 14 languages. His first novel Scheherazade is a revisionist Arabian Nights epic. The Lamplighter is a philosophical tale of the macabre set in 1880s Edinburgh; it was heavily influenced by the stories of Robert Louis Stevenson and...

    , (born 1964), an Australian fiction writer
  • April O'Neil
    April O'Neil
    April O'Neil is a fictional character in the Mirage Studios franchise Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. In each of the many TMNT continuities, she is a good friend of the Turtles: Leonardo, Raphael, Donatello and Michelangelo.-Comics:...

    , a fictional character in the Mirage Studios franchise Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
  • Arthur Joseph O'Neill
    Arthur Joseph O'Neill
    The Most Reverend Dr. Arthur Joseph O'Neill, D.D. , is an American bishop of the Roman Catholic Church. He is one of oldest American Roman Catholic bishops....

    , (born 1917), an American bishop of the Roman Catholic Church.
  • Arthur O'Neill
    Arthur O'Neill
    Arthur Edward Bruce O'Neill , was an Irish Ulster Unionist Party politician who was the first MP to be killed in World War I...

    , (1876–1914), was an Irish Ulster Unionist Party politician
  • Austin O'Neill
    Austin O'Neill
    Austin O’Neill is an Irish football player who most recently played with Kildare County F.C. in the League of Ireland First Division....

    , (born 1982) is an Irish football player

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  • Bernie O'Neill
    Bernie O'Neill
    Bernard "Bernie" T. O'Neill is a Republican member of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives for the 29th District and was elected in 2003.-Career:...

    , an American politician
  • B.F. O'Neal, Jr. (1922–2004), Louisiana businessman Republican politician
  • Bill O'Neill, (1880–1920), a Canadian-born Major League Baseball player
  • Billy O'Neill
    Billy O'Neill
    William "Billy" O'Neill often recorded as Billy O'Neil or Billy Neil was a Welsh international dual-code rugby front row player who played club rugby under the union code for Cardiff and Aberavon and as a professional rugby league player he represented Warrington...

    , (1878–1955), a Welsh international rugby union player
  • Billy O'Neill (footballer)
    Billy O'Neill (footballer)
    William Anthony "Billy" O'Neill was an Irish professional footballer who played as a midfielder.-References:...

    , an Irish professional footballer
  • Brendan O'Neill (businessman)
    Brendan O'Neill (businessman)
    Brendan Richard O'Neill is a British business executive.O'Neill studied natural sciences at Churchill College, Cambridge before taking a PhD in Chemistry from the University of East Anglia. He served as CEO of ICI from 1999-2003, having previously been CEO of Diageo from 1997-1998...

    , (born 1948), a British business executive
  • Brendan O'Neill (journalist), an English journalist
  • Brian O'Neill (ice hockey b. 1929), a Canadian executive within the National Hockey League
  • Brian O'Neill (ice hockey b. 1988)
    Brian O'Neill (ice hockey b. 1988)
    Brian O'Neill is an American ice hockey defencemen who is currently playing for the Yale Bulldogs men's ice hockey of ECAC Hockey, a NCAA Men's Division I Ice Hockey conference that compete in NCAA Division I ice hockey.-External links:...

    , American ice hockey player
  • Brian O'Neill (1574)
    Brian O'Neill (1574)
    Brian MacPhelim O'Neill was chief of the O'Neills ofClanaboy, O'Neill fought against the English when he learned of plans for imposed settlements. Walter Devereux, 1st Earl of Essex, forced him to submit...

    , chief of the O'Neills of Clanaboy, surrendering his title to Sir Philip Sidney for a knighthood in 1567
  • Brian O'Neill (superintendent)
    Brian O'Neill (superintendent)
    Brian O'Neill was the superintendent of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area from 1986 until his death in 2009. He has been described as the most important of the superintendents of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area.-Early life:O'Neill was born in Washington D.C. on September 17, 1941...

    , (1941–2009), an American superintendent of the Golden Gate National Recreation Area
  • Buckey O'Neill, (1860–1898), an American soldier, sheriff, newspaper editor, miner, politician, gambler and lawyer
  • Byron O'Neill
    Byron O'Neill
    Byron O'Neill is an American artist, as well as a design director at Jager DiPaola Kemp Design. O'Neill has gained much recognition in the past decade for his work on Burton Snowboards.-Early life:...

    , (born 1970), an American artist

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  • Calvin O'Neal
    Calvin O'Neal
    Calvin O'Neal is a former professional American football linebacker who played for the Baltimore Colts in 1978 and was an All-American and team co-captain for the University of Michigan Wolverines in 1976.-Amateur career:...

     (b. ?), American football linebacker
  • Carol O'Neal (born 1948), American model and Playboy magazine's Playmate of the Month in July 1972
  • Charles Duncan O'Neal (1879–1936), Barbados politician and physician
  • Charles O'Neal
    Charles O'Neal
    Charles Patrick Ryan O'Neal, Sr. was an American film and television screenwriter and novelist.Born in Raeford, North Carolina, O'Neal attended the University of Iowa, then moved to San Diego, where he joined an acting troupe that included his future wife Patricia Callaghan...

     (1904–1996), American film and television screenwriter
  • Connor O'Neill
    Connor O'Neill
    Connor O'Neill is a fictional character from the Australian Network Ten soap opera Neighbours, played by Patrick Harvey. He made his first on-screen appearance on 19 April 2002. He is best known for his friendships with Toadie Rebecchi and Stu Parker with whom he lived at No.30, now better known as...

    , a fictional Northern Irish character in the Australian soap opera Neighbours
  • C. William O'Neill
    C. William O'Neill
    C. William O'Neill was a Republican politician from Ohio. He was born in Marietta, Ohio. He was the 59th Governor of Ohio. He graduated from both Marietta College and The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law...

    , (1916–1978), an American politician
  • Carlos O'Neill
    Carlos O'Neill
    Carlos O'Neill , was the titular head of the Clanaboy O'Neill dynasty, whose family has been in Portugal since the 18th century.-Life:...

    , (1760–1835), a titular head of the Clanaboy O'Neill dynasty
  • Cecily O'Neill
    Cecily O'Neill
    Cecily O’Neill is an international authority on process drama and the arts in education. She works with students, teachers, directors, and actors throughout the world, leading drama workshops, speaking at conferences, and carrying out research...

    , authority on Process drama and the arts in education
  • Charles Gordon O'Neill
    Charles Gordon O'Neill
    Charles Gordon O'Neill was a Scottish-Australasian civil engineer, inventor, parliamentarian and philanthropist, and a co-founder of the St Vincent de Paul Society in Australia and New Zealand.-Biography:...

    , (1828–1900), an Australasian engineer, inventor, parliamentarian and philanthropist
  • Charles H. O'Neill
    Charles H. O'Neill
    Charles H. O'Neill was an Irish-American politician and a Democrat who served as Mayor of Jersey City, New Jersey, from May 4, 1868 until April 10, 1869, when he resigned, and again from May 2, 1870 until May 3, 1874....

    , (c.1800–1897), an Irish-born American politician and mayor
  • Charles O'Neill (Pennsylvania politician), (1821–1893), an American politician
  • Charles O'Neill, 1st Earl O'Neill
    Charles O'Neill, 1st Earl O'Neill
    Charles Henry St John O'Neill, 1st Earl O'Neill KP PC was an Irish politician, peer and landowner....

    , (1779–1841), a British politician, peer and landowner
  • Colm O'Neill (born 1964)
    Colm O'Neill (born 1964)
    Colm O'Neill is a retired Irish sportsperson. He played Gaelic football and hurling with his local club Midleton and was a member of the Cork senior inter-county football team from 1984 until 1991....

    , (born 1964), an Irish sportsperson
  • Colm O'Neill (born 1988)
    Colm O'Neill (born 1988)
    Colm O’Neill is an Irish sportsperson. He plays Gaelic football with his local club Ballyclough and has been a member of the Cork senior inter-county team since 2009.-Club:...

    , (born 1988), an Irish sportsperson
  • Con O'Neill (actor)
    Con O'Neill (actor)
    Robert "Con" O'Neill is a British actor. He began his acting career at Liverpool's Everyman Youth Theatre....

    , (born 1966), a British actor
  • Con O'Neill (diplomat)
    Con O'Neill (diplomat)
    Sir Con O'Neill, , was a British civil servant and diplomat. He led the British delegation which negotiated the country's entry to the European Economic Community....

    , (1912–1988), a British civil servant and diplomat
  • Conn (Constantine) O'Neill
    Conn (Constantine) O'Neill
    Conn Ó Néill , was the titular head of the Clanaboy O'Neill dynasty.-Life:...

    , a titular head of the Clanaboy O'Neill dynasty

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  • Dave O'Neal
    Dave O'Neal
    David C. O’Neal was the 41st Lieutenant Governor of Illinois from 1977 to 1981. For six years he served as Saint Clair County Sheriff, the first Republican to hold that office in twenty years.-Background:...

     (born 1937), American politician, former Lieutenant Governor of Illinois
  • Deltha O'Neal
    Deltha O'Neal
    Deltha Lee O'Neal, III is an American football cornerback who is currently a free agent. He was drafted by the Denver Broncos in the first round as the 15th pick overall in the 2000 NFL Draft, after playing college football at California.A two-time Pro Bowl selection, O'Neal has also been a member...

     (born 1977), American football player
  • Dipika O'Neill Joti
    Dipika O'Neill Joti
    Dipika O'Neill Joti is a Turkish-Australian actress and a model.-Biography:Joti played the role of Depa Billaba in Star Wars episodes one and two. She has also appeared in Gimme 6 the TV series, in which she plays the Mayor of the town. One of her modeling jobs was to model Depa Billaba in the...

    , (born 1977), a Turkish actor and model
  • Damian O'Neill
    Damian O'Neill
    Damian O'Neill is the lead guitarist in the pop-punk band, The Undertones. He joined the band following the departure of his older brother, Vincent, in 1976, and remained with the band until their break up in 1983...

    , (born 1961), a lead guitarist in the pop-punk band, The Undertones
  • Dan O'Neill
    Dan O'Neill
    Dan O'Neill is an American underground cartoonist, creator of the syndicated comic strip Odd Bodkins and founder of the underground comics collective the Air Pirates.-Odd Bodkins:...

    , (born 1942), an American underground cartoonist
  • Dan O'Neill (writer)
    Dan O'Neill (writer)
    Dan O'Neill is an Alaskan journalist and writer.-Bibliography:* A Land Gone Lonesome: An Inland Voyage Along the Yukon River.* The Last Giant of Beringia: The Mystery of the Bering Land Bridge....

    , an American journalist and writer
  • Daniel O'Neill (painter), (1920–1974), an Irish Romantic painter
  • Daniel O'Neill (editor)
    Daniel O'Neill (editor)
    Daniel O'Neill immigrated to the United States from Ireland in 1851, settling in Pittsburgh, PA. He became editor and owner of the Pittsburgh Dispatch newspaper along with his brother Eugene M O'Neill. O'Neill served several terms on the Pittsburgh City Council.-Early life:Daniel, born Daniel...

    , an Irish-born American newspaper editor and owner
  • Daniel O'Neill (royalist)
    Daniel O'Neill (royalist)
    Daniel O'Neill was an Irish army officer, politician and courtier.-Early life:O'Neill was the eldest son of Con MacNiall O'Neill, lord of Clandeboye and his wife, Ellis...

    , (c.1612–1664), an Irish army officer, politician and courtier
  • Daria O'Neill
    Daria O'Neill
    Daria Eliuk is a radio and television personality and an entertainer in Portland, Oregon, United States. With a background in theatre, she is known for her irreverent humor, sharp wit, and sexy style. Her first major media roles were as a morning host on local radio station KNRK and as a weather...

    , (born 1971), an American radio and television personality
  • Darren O'Neill
    Darren O'Neill
    Darren O'Neill is a boxer from Ireland. Claimed all honours around him in Ireland at underage levels. Finished second at light-heavyweight at the National Championships 2005 and 2006 behind Kenneth Egan. Has since won three national middleweight championships where he has excelled since switching...

    , an Irish boxer
  • Davin O'Neill
    Davin O'Neill
    Davin O'Neill is a professional footballer who currently plays for Cork City in the League of Ireland.-Playing career:Davin won the League of Ireland First Division in 2007 with Cobh Ramblers and he was named in the PFAI First Division Team of the Year the same year...

    , an Irish professional footballer
  • Dennis O'Neill
    Dennis O'Neill
    Dennis O'Neill CBE is a Welsh operatic tenor and recording artist.-Early career:Born of Welsh and Irish parents, he studied privately with Professor Frederic Cox in Manchester and then in London...

    , (born 1948), a Welsh operatic tenor and recording artist
  • Dennis O'Neill
    Dennis O'Neill
    Dennis O'Neill CBE is a Welsh operatic tenor and recording artist.-Early career:Born of Welsh and Irish parents, he studied privately with Professor Frederic Cox in Manchester and then in London...

    , (manslaughter victim) (born 1932), a Welsh 13 year old boy murdered by his fosterparents
  • Dennis O'Neill (rugby league)
    Dennis O'Neill (rugby league)
    Dennis O'Neill is a former professional Rugby League World Cup winning footballer of the 1970s who at representative level has played for Great Britain, and at club level for Widnes, playing at /, i.e...

    , a British professional rugby league footballer
  • Dermot O'Neill (disambiguation), several people
  • Diarmuid O'Neill
    Diarmuid O'Neill
    Diarmuid O'Neill , was a volunteer in the Provisional Irish Republican Army . O'Neill was killed in London in 1996 during a police raid on the hotel where he and two other IRA volunteers were staying...

    , (1969–1996), an English-born volunteer in the Provisional Irish Republican Army
  • Dick O'Neill
    Dick O'Neill
    Dick O'Neill was an American stage, film and television character actor best known for playing Irish cops, fathers, judges and army generals. He began his acting career as an original company member of Arena Stage in Washington, D.C.He served in the Navy then returned to the theater. In the late...

    , (1928–1998), an American stage, film and television actor
  • Don O'Neill, a watercolorist and architect
  • Douglas F. O'Neill
    Douglas F. O'Neill
    Douglas F. "Doug" O'Neill is an American Thoroughbred horse trainer.In 1986 he began working in Thoroughbred horse racing as a stable hand and eventually a training assistant...

    , (born 1968), an American Thoroughbred horse trainer

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  • Eamon O'Neill (SDLP politician), (born 1944), Northern Irish nationalist politician in Northern Ireland
  • Eamonn O'Neill (Irish politician)
    Eamonn O'Neill (Irish politician)
    Eamonn O'Neill was an Irish Cumann na nGaedheal and later Fine Gael party politician, and TD for the Cork West constituency....

    , (died 3 November 1954) was an Irish Cumann na nGaedhael and later Fine Gael party politician
  • Ed O'Neill
    Ed O'Neill
    Edward Phillip "Ed" O'Neill, Jr. is an American actor. He is best known for his role as the main character, Al Bundy, on the Fox Network sitcom Married... with Children, for which he was nominated for two Golden Globes...

    , (born 1946), an American actor
  • Edward J. O'Neill, (1902–1979), an American US Army officer
  • Edward L. O'Neill
    Edward L. O'Neill
    Edward Leo O'Neill was an American Democratic Party politician who represented New Jersey's 11th congressional district from 1937-1939.-Biography:...

    , (1903–1948), an American politician
  • Edward O'Neill, 2nd Baron O'Neill
    Edward O'Neill, 2nd Baron O'Neill
    Edward O'Neill, 2nd Baron O'Neill , known as Edward Chichester until 1855, was an Irish peer and Conservative politician....

    , (1839–1928), an Irish peer and politician
  • Eliza O'Neill
    Eliza O'Neill
    Eliza O'Neill was an Irish actress, later baronetess.Born in Drogheda, she was the daughter of an actor and stage manager...

    , (1791 – 29 October 1872) was an Irish actress, later baronetess
  • Elizabeth O'Neill Verner
    Elizabeth O'Neill Verner
    Elizabeth O'Neill Verner was an artist, author and lecturer from Charleston, South Carolina. Her etchings, drypoints and pastels of Charleston are her best known works...

    , (1883–1979) was an artist, author and lecturer
  • Ella O'Neill
    Ella O'Neill
    Ella O'Neill was the mother of playwright Eugene O'Neill and wife of actor James O'Neill....

    , the mother of playwright Eugene O'Neill and wife of actor James O'Neill
  • Emmett O'Neill
    Emmett O'Neill
    Robert Emmett O'Neill is a former Major League Baseball pitcher. He played with the Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs and the Chicago White Sox. Be batted and threw right-handed during his baseball career...

    , (1918–1993), an American Major League Baseball pitcher
  • Eric O'Neill, (born 1973), an American former American FBI operative
  • Eugene M O'Neill
    Eugene M O'Neill
    Eugene M O'Neill was an Irish-born American lawyer and newspaper owner.-Biography:O'Neill was born in Clonroche, County Wexford, Ireland, the son of Hugh O'Neill, headmaster of town school, and Kate O'Neill...

    , (1850–1926), an Irish-born American lawyer and newspaper owner
  • Eugene O'Neill (hurler)
    Eugene O'Neill (hurler)
    Eugene O'Neill is an Irish sportsperson. He plays hurling with his local club Cappawhite and played with the Tipperary senior inter-county team in the 1990s and 2000s.-References:Teams...

    , (born 1978), an Irish sportsperson
  • Eugene O'Neill
    Eugene O'Neill
    Eugene Gladstone O'Neill was an American playwright and Nobel laureate in Literature. His poetically titled plays were among the first to introduce into American drama techniques of realism earlier associated with Russian playwright Anton Chekhov, Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen, and Swedish...

    , (1888–1953), an American playwright, and Nobel laureate in Literature
  • Eunan O'Neill
    Eunan O'Neill
    Eunan O'Neill is an Irish Television Presenter.-Early life:O'Neill graduated in Communication, Advertising and Marketing at the University of Ulster...

    , (born 1982), a Northern Irish television presenter
  • Evan O'Neill Kane
    Evan O'Neill Kane
    Evan O'Neill Kane was a surgeon working in Pennsylvania, United States in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. He is most well known for removing his own appendix under local anaesthetic in 1921 at the age of 60...

    , (1861–1932), a surgeon working in Pennsylvania, USA
  • Edward Asbury O'Neal (1818–1890), American Confederate general during the American Civil War
  • Emmet O'Neal
    Emmet O'Neal
    Emmet O'Neal was an American Democratic politician and lawyer who was the 34th Governor of Alabama from 1911 to 1915....

     (1853–1922), American Democratic politician who was Governor of Alabama

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  • Frank O'Neal
    Frank O'Neal
    Frank O'Neal is an American cartoonist best known for his comic strip Short Ribs which he drew from 1958 to 1973....

    , American cartoonist
  • Frederick O'Neal
    Frederick O'Neal
    Frederick O'Neal was an American actor, theater producer and television director. He founded the American Negro Theater and was the first African-American president of the Actors' Equity Association...

     (1905 — 1992), American actor and television director
  • Fabián O'Neill, (born 1973), a Uruguayan football midfielder
  • Felim O'Neill of Kinard
    Felim O'Neill of Kinard
    Sir Felim O'Neill of Kinard , also called Phelim MacShane O'Neill or Féilim Ó Néill , was an Irish nobleman who led the Irish Rebellion of 1641 in Ulster which began on 22 October 1641. He was a member of the Irish Catholic Confederation during the Wars of the Three Kingdoms, where he fought under...

    , an Irish nobleman who led the Irish Rebellion of 1641 in Ulster
  • Francis O'Neill
    Francis O'Neill
    Francis O'Neill was an Irish-born American police officer and collector of Irish traditional music.O'Neill was born in Tralibane, near Bantry, County Cork. At an early age he heard the music of local musicians, among them Peter Hagarty, Cormac Murphy and Timothy Dowling. At the age of 16, he...

    , (1848–1936), an Irish-born American police officer
  • Frank "Buck" O'Neill
    Frank "Buck" O'Neill
    Frank J. "Buck" O'Neill was an American football player and coach. He served as head football coach at Colgate University , Syracuse University , and Columbia University , compiling a career college football coaching record of 81–41–8...

    , (1875–1958), an American head football coach
  • Frank O'Neill (footballer), (born 1940), an Irish footballer

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  • Gail O'Neill
    Gail O'Neill
    Gail O'Neill is a former fashion model, who has become a television journalist. As a fashion model, she was considered one of the elite African American models in the world. She has been on covers of leading fashion magazines and a part of the highly publicized Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue...

    ,
  • Gary O'Neill
    Gary O'Neill
    Gary O'Neill is an Irish footballer who currently plays for Shamrock Rovers in the League of Ireland.O'Neill, a striker, received his footballing education at Tolka Rovers, before entering the professional ranks with Bohemian F.C...

    ,
  • Gene O'Neill
    Gene O'Neill
    Gene O'Neill is best known as a multi-award nominated writer of science fiction, fantasy, and horror fiction.O'Neill's professional writing career began after completing the Clarion West Writers Workshop in 1979. Since that time, over 100 of his works have been published...

    ,
  • George Bernard O'Neill
    George Bernard O'Neill
    George Bernard O'Neill , was a prolific Anglo-Irish genre painter, from 1859 a member of the Cranbrook Colony of artists.-Life and work:...

    ,
  • George O'Neill
    George O'Neill
    George O’Neill was a Scottish-American soccer forward. He began his career in Scotland, playing with eight clubs over nine seasons before moving to the Philadelphia Atoms of the North American Soccer League. He retired from playing professionally in 1976. In 1973, he earned two caps with the U.S...

    ,
  • George O'Neill (English footballer),
  • Gerard K. O'Neill,
  • Griffin O'Neal
    Griffin O'Neal
    -Early life:O'Neal was born in Los Angeles, California, the son of actor Ryan O'Neal and the late actress Joanna Cook Moore . He has one sister, Tatum, and two half brothers, Patrick and Redmond. His grandfather was novelist/screenwriter Charles "Blackie" O'Neal.-Films:Griffin O'Neal appeared in...

     (born 1964), American actor

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  • Harriet O'Neill
    Harriet O'Neill
    Harriet Smith O'Neill is a retired associate justice of the Supreme Court of Texas. A Republican, O'Neill represented Place 3 of the nine positions on the court. O'Neill's term was to expire on December 31, 2010, and she declined to seek re-election to a third full six-year term...

    ,
  • Harry O'Neill (disambiguation), several people
  • Heather O'Neill
    Heather O'Neill
    Heather O'Neill is a Canadian novelist, poet, short story writer, screenwriter and journalist. She was born in Montreal, but spent part of her childhood in the American South. She currently lives in Montreal....

    ,
  • Henrique O'Neill, 1st Viscount of Santa Mónica
    Henrique O'Neill, 1st Viscount of Santa Mónica
    Henrique O'Neill, 1st Viscount of Santa Mónica was a Portuguese writer, jurist and politician.-Background:...

    ,
  • Henry O'Neill (disambiguation)
    Henry O'Neill (disambiguation)
    Henry O'Neill is the name of:*Henry O'Neill, film, stage, and television actor*Henry O'Neill , Irish artist and archaeologist*Henry O`Neill, 2nd Baron Dungannon *Sir Henry O'Neill, the name of two O’Neill Baronets-See also:...

    , several people
  • Hugh McShane Ó Neill
  • Hugh O'Neill (disambiguation)
    Hugh O'Neill (disambiguation)
    Hugh O'Neill may refer to:*Hugh O'Neill, Earl of Tyrone , Irish chieftain who resisted the annexation of Ireland by Elizabeth I of England...

    , several people
  • Hugo José Jorge O'Neill,
  • Hugo Ricciardi O'Neill
    Hugo Ricciardi O'Neill
    Hugo Ricciardi O'Neill is the current head of the O'Neill dynasty of Clanaboy, whose family has been in Portugal since the 18th century.-Recognition:...

    ,

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  • Ivan O'Neal
    Ivan O'Neal
    Ivan O'Neal is a Vincentian politician and leader of the Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Green Party .O'Neal served as treasurer of the Unity Labour Party before breaking ranks with the party in 2000 to join the now defunct People's Progressive Movement...

    , Vincentian political leader

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  • Jack O'Neill
    Jack O'Neill
    Jonathan J. "Jack" O'Neill is a fictional character in the Canadian-American military science fiction television series Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis and Stargate Universe, three science fiction shows about military teams exploring the galaxy via a network of alien transportation devices...

    , a fictional character in the Canadian-American SyFy television series Stargate SG-1
  • Jamie O'Neal
    Jamie O'Neal
    Jamie O'Neal is a contemporary country singer and songwriter who has had success in the United States. She was born Jamie Murphy in Sydney, Australia, to parents Jimmy and Julie Murphy, who were also professional musicians...

     (born Jamie Murphy, 1968), Australian country singer and songwriter
  • Jermaine O'Neal
    Jermaine O'Neal
    Jermaine Lee O'Neal is an American professional basketball player for the Boston Celtics. The 6 ft 11 in , 255 lb forward-center had a successful high school career and declared his eligibility for the 1996 NBA Draft straight out of high school...

     (born 1978), American NBA basketball player
  • Jim O'Neal
    Jim O'Neal
    Jim O'Neal is an American blues expert, writer, record producer and record company executive. He co-founded America's first blues magazine, Living Blues, in Chicago in 1970. Since that time the magazine has set standards for blues history, culture, and journalism worldwide...

     (b. 1948), American blues expert, writer, record producer and record company executive
  • Joseph T. O'Neal
    Joseph T. O'Neal
    Joseph Thomas O'Neal, Jr, was interim mayor of Louisville, Kentucky, from June to December 1927. His father was a respected Louisville lawyer who ran for mayor in 1905, losing in a rampantly fraudulent election to Paul C. Barth...

    , American politician
  • Johnny O'Neal
    Johnny O'Neal
    Johnny O'Neal, born October 10, 1956 in Detroit, Michigan, is an American Neo-bop jazz pianist. His playing ranges from the technically virtuosic to the tenderest of ballad interpretations. Though unique in style, he is influenced by many jazz elders, including Oscar Peterson and Art Tatum. He has...

    , American jazz pianist
  • Jack O'Neill (baseball)
    Jack O'Neill (baseball)
    John Joseph "Jack" O'Neill was catcher in Major League Baseball who played for the St. Louis Cardinals , Chicago Cubs and Boston Beaneaters . He batted and threw right-handed....

  • Jack O'Neill (businessman)
    Jack O'Neill (businessman)
    Jack O'Neill is an American businessman, often credited with the invention of the wetsuit. In 1952 he opened one of California's first surf shops in a garage on the Great Highway in San Francisco, close to his favorite bodysurfing break, which lead to the establishment of a company that deals in...

  • Jack O'Neill (disambiguation)
    Jack O'Neill (disambiguation)
    Jack O'Neill may refer to:*Jack O'Neill, fictional character in the Stargate film and television series*Jack O'Neill , Irish-–American baseball player...

  • Jacquie O'Neill
    Jacquie O'Neill
    Jacquie O'Neill is an English illustrator.Jacquie O'Neill was born in 1969 in Saltburn-by-the-Sea, Yorkshire, England, the middle of three daughters...

  • James I. O'Neill High School
    James I. O'Neill High School
    James I. O'Neill High School is a public high school in Fort Montgomery, New York. It serves students from the communities of Fort Montgomery, Garrison, Highland Falls, and West Point.-History:...

  • James O'Neill (disambiguation), several people
  • Jamie O'Neill
    Jamie O'Neill
    Jamie O'Neill is an Irish author. His critically acclaimed novel, At Swim, Two Boys , earned him the highest advance ever paid for an Irish novel and frequent praise as the natural successor to James Joyce, Flann O'Brien and Samuel Beckett...

  • Jamie O'Neill (snooker player)
  • Jan Lehane
    Jan Lehane
    Jan Lehane O'Neill is a former Australian female tennis player.At the Australian Championships, O'Neill reached the singles final four consecutive years but lost to Margaret Court each time...

  • Jeff O'Neill
    Jeff O'Neill
    Jeffrey O'Neill is a Canadian former professional ice hockey winger in the National Hockey League . During his career, he played for the Hartford Whalers/Carolina Hurricanes and the Toronto Maple Leafs...

  • Jeffrey O'Neill (disambiguation)
    Jeffrey O'Neill (disambiguation)
    Jeffrey O'Neill may refer to:*Jeffrey O'Neill , a fictional character of the soap opera Guiding Light*Jeff O'Neill , Canadian ice hockey player-See also:*Jeffrey Hamet O'Neal, portrait painter*O'Neill...

    , several people
  • Jennifer O'Neill
    Jennifer O'Neill
    -Early life:O'Neill was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the daughter of a famous Spanish-Irish dental supply import/export businessman, Oscar D' O'Neill and his English wife. As a teenager, O'Neill worked as a fashion model and appeared in television commercials and on magazine covers before moving...

  • Jim O'Neill (disambiguation), several people
  • Jimmy O'Neill (footballer born 1931)
  • Jimmy O'Neill (footballer born 1941)
    Jimmy O'Neill (footballer born 1941)
    Jimmy O'Neill was a Northern Irish footballer who played for Sunderland and the Northern Ireland national football team as a forward.-Club career:...

  • João O'Neill
  • João Pedro Torlades O'Neill
    João Pedro Torlades O'Neill
    João Pedro Torlades O'Neill , was a son of Joaquim Torlades O'Neill and wife and first cousin Maria Carolina Caffary .-Marriage and issue:...

  • Joaquim Torlades O'Neill
    Joaquim Torlades O'Neill
    Joaquim Torlades O'Neill , was a son of the previous head José Maria O'Neill, the titular head of the Clanaboy O'Neill dynasty, whose family has been in Portugal since the 18th century, and wife Ludovina de Jesus Alves Solano.-Career:He was a trader, Vice-Consul of France, Denmark and the United...

  • Joe O'Neill
    Joe O'Neill
    Joseph "Joe" O'Neill is a Scottish footballer who plays as a striker, he has recently joined Guiseley A.F.C..-Career:Born in Blackburn, West Lothian, O'Neill struggled to establish himself in the Football League with Preston North End and had several loan spells with other clubs until he left for...

  • Joey O'Neill
    Joey O'Neill
    Joey O'Neill is an Irish footballer who is currently playing for League of Ireland First Division club Sporting Fingal. O'Neill plays as a midfielder.-Career:...

  • John J. O'Neill
    John J. O'Neill
    John Joseph O'Neill , of the New York Herald Tribune, along with William L. Laurence of the New York Times. Howard Blakeslee of AP, Gobind Behari Lal of Universal Service and David Dietz of Scripps-Howard, won the 1937 Pulitzer Prize for Reporting "for their coverage of science at the tercentenary...

    ,
  • John Johnston O'Neill
    John Johnston O'Neill
    John Johnston O'Neill was a Canadian geologist and academic.Born in Port Colborne, Ontario, the son of Thomas John O'Neill, an Irish immigrant, and Mary Jane Henderson, O'Neill received a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science degrees in geology and mining from McGill University in 1909 and...

  • John Joseph O'Neill (UK politician)
    John Joseph O'Neill (UK politician)
    John Joseph O'Neill was a Liberal Party politician in England.At the 1918 general election, he stood as a candidate in the 2-seat Preston constituency, where he fell only 485 votes short of winning the second seat...

  • John Joseph O'Neill (US politician)
  • John O'Neill (disambiguation)
    John O'Neill (disambiguation)
    - Politics :*John O'Neill , political philosopher, Professor of Political Economy at the University of Manchester*John O'Neill , U.S...

    , several people
  • John Raymond O'Neill
    John Raymond O'Neill
    John Raymond O'Neill was a Conservative member of the Canadian House of Commons. He was born in Almonte, Ontario and became a promoter and prospector.O'Neill attended school at Almonte then St...

  • Jonjo O'Neill
    Jonjo O'Neill
    Jonjo O'Neill is an Irish National Hunt racehorse trainer and former jockey. He is a native of Castletownroche, County Cork in Ireland. Based at the Jackdaws Castle training establishment in England, O'Neill is the private trainer to J. P. McManus, one of the largest owners of steeplechasers and...

    ,
  • Jorge Maria O'Neill
    Jorge Maria O'Neill
    Jorge Maria O'Neill was the head of one of the Irish Royal Families, the Clanaboy O'Neill dynasty, which has resided in Portugal since the 18th century.-Recognition:...

    ,
  • Jorge Torlades O'Neill I
  • Jorge Torlades O'Neill II
  • José Carlos O'Neill
    José Carlos O'Neill
    José Carlos O'Neill , was the titular head of the Clanaboy O'Neill dynasty, whose family has been in Portugal since the 18th century.-Life:...

  • José Maria O'Neill
    José Maria O'Neill
    José Maria O'Neill , was the titular head of the Clanaboy O'Neill dynasty, whose family has been in Portugal since the 18th century.-Life:...

  • Joseph O'Neill (disambiguation), several people
  • Julian O'Neill (New Zealand)
    Julian O'Neill (New Zealand)
    Julian O'Neill is a former professional rugby league footballer who spent most of his career playing in Super League...

  • Julian O'Neill
    Julian O'Neill
    O'Neill then played at fullback in all three games of the 1994 State of Origin series under coach Wally Lewis. During the 1994 NSWRL season, O'Neill played at lock forward for defending premiers Brisbane when they hosted British champions Wigan for the 1994 World Club Challenge. In 1994 and 1995...

  • Juliet O'Neill
    Juliet O'Neill
    Juliet O'Neill is a Canadian journalist who was the subject of controversy when the Royal Canadian Mounted Police raided her house, in an attempt to find the source of an alleged internal leak giving her access to privileged documents related to the Maher Arar case.In 1996 O'Neill was awarded a...


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  • Kathleen O'Neal Gear
    Kathleen O'Neal Gear
    Kathleen O'Neal Gear is an American writer. Gear is a former state historian and archaeologist for Wyoming, Kansas, and Nebraska for the U.S. Department of the Interior. She has twice received the federal government's Special Advancement Award for "outstanding management" of our nation's cultural...

     (born 1954), American writer
  • Kate O'Neill
    Kate O'Neill
    Kate O'Neill is an American long-distance runner from Milton, Massachusetts. She represented the United States in the 2004 Summer Olympics, competing in the 10,000 metres...

  • Keith O'Neill (disambiguation), several people
  • Kevin O'Neill (disambiguation), several people
  • Kim L. O'Neill
    Kim L. O'Neill
    Kim L. O'Neill is the developer of a monoclonal antibody that allows for the accurate, cheap and easy detection of cancer.O'Neill has a B.Sc. degree from New University of Ulster and a Ph.D. from the University of Ulster...


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  • Leslie O'Neal
    Leslie O'Neal
    Leslie O'Neal is a former football defensive end who played 13 years in the National Football League for the San Diego Chargers, St. Louis Rams, and the Kansas City Chiefs from 1986 to 1999....

     (born 1964), American football player
  • Larry O'Neill
    Larry O'Neill
    Larry O'Neill is a 1915 short silent American drama film directed by Clem Easton and starring William Garwood and Violet Mersereau. Also starring Portuguese actor Hal De Forrest....

  • Laurence O'Neill
    Laurence O'Neill
    Laurence O'Neill was an Irish politician and corn merchant. O'Neill was elected to Dáil Éireann as an independent Teachta Dála for Dublin Mid at the 1922 general election...

  • Lawrence Joseph O'Neill
    Lawrence Joseph O'Neill
    Lawrence Joseph O'Neill is a United States federal judge.Born in Oakland, California, O'Neill received a B.A. from the University of California at Berkeley in 1973, an M.P.A. from Golden Gate University in 1976, and a J.D. from the University of California, Hastings College of Law in 1979. He was...

  • Lawrence O'Neill (disambiguation), several people
  • Linda O'Neill
    Linda O'Neill
    Linda O'Neill is an Australian football player, who currently plays for Sydney FC in the Australian W-League.-Honours:With Sydney FC: W-League Premiership: 2009 W-League Championship: 2009-External links:* -References:...

    ,
  • Louis O'Neill
    Louis O'Neill
    Louis F. O’Neill is an American diplomat and attorney. An expert on Russia/Eurasia conflicts and security, he served as Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe Ambassador and Head of Mission to Moldova...

    ,
  • Luke O'Neill
    Luke O'Neill
    Luke Marcus O'Neill is an English footballer who plays right back for Mansfield Town, having graduated from the Leicester City youth academy...

    ,

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  • Maston E. O'Neal, Jr.
    Maston E. O'Neal, Jr.
    Maston Emmett O'Neal, Jr. was a U.S. Representative from Georgia.Born in Bainbridge, Georgia, O'Neal attended the public schools and Marion Military Institute. He graduated from Davidson College with a Bachelor's degree in 1927...

     (1907–1990), American politician
  • Melinda O'Neal
    Melinda O'Neal
    Melinda O'Neal is a conductor of choral music and choral-orchestral music. She was music director and conductor of the Handel Society of Dartmouth College from 1979–2004, and in 2002 co-founded the vocal ensemble Sonique. She was principal guest conductor of the Hanover Chamber Orchestra 1991-2004...

    , American conductor of choral music
  • Mike O'Neal (born 1951), Kansas Republican politician
  • Maggie O'Neill
    Maggie O'Neill
    -Biography:The youngest of six Catholic brothers and sisters, born to head teacher parents, O'Neill grew up in the Midlands, where she was educated at a convent school, and after being inspired by a sixth-form drama teacher, "fell" into acting....

  • Maire O'Neill
    Maire O'Neill
    -External links:**...

  • Margaret O'Neill Eaton
    Margaret O'Neill Eaton
    Margaret O'Neill Eaton , better known as Peggy Eaton, was the daughter of Rhoda Howell and William O'Neale, the owner of Franklin House, a popular Washington, D.C. hotel. Peggy was noted for her beauty, wit and vivacity...

  • María de Mater O'Neill
    María de Mater O'Neill
    María de Mater O'Neill is a Puerto Rican artist, lithographer, and educator.-Overview:María de Mater O'Neill was born in San Juan, Puerto Rico in 1960. She received her B.F.A...

  • Maria O'Neill
    Maria O'Neill
    Maria da Conceição Infante de Lacerda Pereira de Eça Custance O'Neill was a Portuguese writer, poet, journalist, and spiritualist of Irish descent.-Family:...

    , Portuguese member of the Clanaboy O'Neill dynasty
  • Mark O'Neill (disambiguation)
    Mark O'Neill (disambiguation)
    Mark O'Neill may refer to:* Mark O'Neill , Australian former professional rugby league footballer* Mark A. O'Neill , British entomologist and computer scientist...

    , several people
  • Martin O'Neill, Baron O'Neill of Clackmannan
    Martin O'Neill, Baron O'Neill of Clackmannan
    Martin John O'Neill, Baron O'Neill of Clackmannan is a Scottish politician.He was a Labour Member of Parliament between 1979 and 2005, representing the Clackmannan and Eastern Stirlingshire, Clackmannan and Ochil seats successively...

  • Martin O'Neill
    Martin O'Neill
    Martin Hugh Michael O'Neill, OBE, is a Northern Irish football manager and former player.Until resigning the post on 9 August 2010, he was manager of Aston Villa. Starting his career in his native Northern Ireland, O'Neill moved to England where he spent most of his playing career with Nottingham...

    , Northern Irish footballer and manager
  • Marty O'Neill
    Marty O'Neill
    Marty O'Neill, born June 6, 1964 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, is a former lacrosse player and current general manager of the Minnesota Swarm of the National Lacrosse League . O'Neill, a goaltender, first joined the Pittsburgh Bulls of the Major Indoor Lacrosse League in 1991, but did not play...

  • Mary Auguste O'Neill
  • Mary Devenport O'Neill
    Mary Devenport O'Neill
    Mary Devenport O'Neill was an Irish poet and dramatist and a friend and colleague of W. B. Yeats, George Russell,and Austin Clarke....

  • Mary O'Neill
    Mary O'Neill
    Mary O'Neill is a politician and former member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta.O'Neill graduated from the University of Toronto with a Bachelor of Arts, and subsequently received her teaching certification from the Ontario College of Education. She taught in both public and private schools...

  • Mary-Anne O'Neill
    Mary-Anne O'Neill
    Mary-Anne O'Neill is an Australian politician. She has been an Australian Labor Party member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly since March 2009....

  • Matthew O'Neill (disambiguation), several people
  • Merlin O'Neill
    Merlin O'Neill
    Merlin O'Neill served as the tenth Commandant of the United States Coast Guard from 1949 to 1954.He was born in Gallia County, Ohio on October 30, 1898. Following graduation from high school in Morgan City, Louisiana, he attended Western Kentucky State Normal School, and the Marion Military...

  • Michael O'Neill (disambiguation), several people
  • Michael O'Neill (politician)
    Michael O'Neill (politician)
    Michael O'Neill was an Irish politician in the United Kingdom.O'Neill was educated at Dromore National School and Bellisle Academy. He was a farmer and a chairman of the Gaelic Athletic Association...

  • Michelle Leclaire O'Neill
    Michelle Leclaire O'Neill
    Michelle Leclaire O'Neill, PhD, R.N. is currently the most prevalent source of information about hypnobirthing and mindful pregnancy.She is a pioneer in the study of mind-body integration for treating infertility, pregnancy, pre-term labor, and postpartum depression...

  • Michelle O'Neill
    Michelle O'Neill
    Michelle O'Neill is a Sinn Féin MLA who has represented Mid Ulster in the Northern Ireland Assembly since 2007. O'Neill is also the current Mayor of Dungannon and South Tyrone...

  • Michael O'Neill (disambiguation), several people
  • Mildred O'Neill
    Mildred O'Neill
    Mildred O'Neill was the widow of former Speaker of the United States House of Representatives Tip O'Neill. She spent 52 years as the eyes and ears of her husband's political campaigns....

  • Moira O'Neill
    Moira O'Neill
    Moira O'Neill was the pseudonym of Agnes Shakespeare Higginson , a popular Irish-Canadian poet who wrote ballads and other verse inspired by County Antrim, where she lived at Cushendun....

  • Morgan O'Neill
    Morgan O'Neill
    Morgan O'Neill is an Australian television and film actor, writer, director, and producer. He is also a singer and has his own band. O'Neill is best-known for his continuing role as Lieutenant Darryl Smith on Australia's hit drama, Sea Patrol...

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  • Nathan O'Neill
    Nathan O'Neill
    Nathan O'Neill is a former Australian professional road racing cyclist.- Career :O'Neill was born in Sydney in 1974. He began cycling in 1989, when he attended a 16 kilometre handicap race before school, following the suggestion by a friend. The race started at 6am and O'Neill won it...

    ,
  • Nicholas O'Neill
    Nicholas O'Neill
    Nicholas O'Neill was the youngest of the 100 victims of The Station nightclub fire, which occurred in West Warwick, Rhode Island.. He had turned 18 in January of that year...

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  • Norm O'Neill
    Norm O'Neill
    Norman Clifford O'Neill OAM was an cricketer who played for New South Wales and Australia. A right-handed batsman known for his back foot strokeplay, O'Neill made his state debut aged 18, before progressing to Test selection aged 21 in late 1958...

    ,
  • Norman O'Neill (composer)
    Norman O'Neill (composer)
    Norman Houston O'Neill was an Irish and British composer and conductor who specialized largely in works for the theatre. He studied in London with Arthur Somervell and with Iwan Knorr at the Hoch Conservatory in Frankfurt from 1893-1897. His studies there were facilitated by his lover, Eric...

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  • Onora O'Neill, Baroness O'Neill of Bengarve,
  • Oona O'Neill
    Oona O'Neill
    Oona, Lady Chaplin was the daughter of Nobel and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Eugene O'Neill and writer Agnes Boulton, and the wife of British actor, director and producer Charlie Chaplin....

    ,
  • Owen Roe O'Neill
    Owen Roe O'Neill
    Eoghan Ruadh Ó Néill , anglicised as Owen Roe O'Neill , was a seventeenth century soldier and one of the most famous of the O'Neill dynasty of Ulster.- In Spanish service :...

    ,
  • O'Neal Compton
    O'Neal Compton
    O'Neal Compton is an American film and television actor.He was born Belton O'Neal Compton, Jr. in Sumter, South Carolina, the son of educators....

     (born 1951), American film and television actor
  • O'Neill Donaldson
    O'Neill Donaldson
    O'Neill McKay Donaldson is an English former footballer.-Career:Donaldson began his career at non-league Hinckley United F.C. where his form attracted the attention of Football League scouts, leading to him ultimately signing for Shrewsbury Town F.C. in November 1991...

    , (born November 24, 1969 in Birmingham) is an English former footballer
  • O'Neill Spencer
    O'Neill Spencer
    William "O'Neill" Spencer was a jazz drummer and singer. He is most known for his work in the John Kirby Sextet....

    , (1909–1944), a jazz drummer and singer

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  • Patrice Oneal
    Patrice Oneal
    Patrice Lumumba Malcolm Oneal , usually credited as Patrice O'Neal, was an American stand-up comedian, radio personality, and actor. He was known for his cutting, often confrontational crowd work during which he often played couples against each other...

     (born 1969), African-American comedian
  • Patrick O'Neal (disambiguation), several people
  • Peggy O'Neal
    Peggy O'Neal
    Peggy O'Neal is a voice actress who is also known as Peggy O'Neil and Peggie O'Neal.-Anime roles:* Battle B-Daman - Liena Vincent* Code Geass: Lelouch of the Rebellion - Dorothea Ernst, Ayame Futaba...

    , voice actress
  • Pete O'Neal
    Pete O'Neal
    Pete O'Neal was the chairman of the Kansas City chapter of the Black Panther Party. On October 30th, 1969, he was arrested for the transporting of a gun across state lines . He fled to Algeria, a year later and then to Tanzania, where he still lives in exile...

     (born 1940), American Black Panther Party member
  • Pat O'Neill (disambiguation), several people
  • Patrick O'Neill (disambiguation), several people
  • Paul O'Neill (disambiguation)
    Paul O'Neill (disambiguation)
    Paul O'Neill may refer to:*Paul O'Neill , former Major League Baseball player and current broadcaster*Paul O'Neill , United States businessman and government official*Paul O'Neill , racecar driver...

    ,, several people
  • Pauline O'Neill (disambiguation), several people
  • Pearse O'Neill
    Pearse O'Neill
    Pearse O'Neill is an Irish sportsperson. He plays Gaelic football with his local club Aghada and has been a member of the Cork senior inter-county team since 2006.-References:...

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  • Peter O'Neill
    Peter O'Neill
    Peter Charles Paire O'Neill, CMG is the current Prime Minister of Papua New Guinea. He is the leader of the People's National Congress and represents the constituency of Ialibu-Pangia.-Biography:...

  • Phelim (Felix) O'Neill
    Phelim (Felix) O'Neill
    Féilim Ó Néill , was the head of the Clanaboy O'Neill dynasty, and Chief of this Catholic Lineage.-Lineage:...

    ,
  • Phelim Caoch Ó Neill
  • Phelim O'Neill, 2nd Baron Rathcavan
    Phelim O'Neill, 2nd Baron Rathcavan
    Phelim Robert Hugh O’Neill, 2nd Baron Rathcavan PC , was a politician in Northern Ireland and a hereditary peer in the British House of Lords....


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  • Ralph Ambrose O'Neill
    Ralph Ambrose O'Neill
    Ralph Ambrose O'Neill was a flying ace from World War I credited with five aerial victories.He entered the United States Air Service in August 1917. In March 1918, he was assigned to the 147th Aero Squadron, flying the Nieuport 28 and the SPAD S.XIII...

    , an American flying ace from World War I
  • Rebecca O'Neill
    Rebecca O'Neill
    Rebecca O'Neill is a former association football player who represented New Zealand at international level.O'Neill made a single appearance for Football Ferns in a 0-6 loss to Japan on 21 May 2005.-External links:...

    , (born 1981), a New Zealander football player
  • Richard O'Neill
    Richard O'Neill
    Richard O'Neill is an Anglo-Irish author and editor. Formerly a regular soldier, itinerant labourer and professional boxer, he now specializes in military history and has contributed to many books on weaponry and military history, as well as writing on Victorian painting. He has a son and a...

    , (born 1943), an Anglo-Irish author and editor
  • Richard W. O'Neill
    Richard W. O'Neill
    Richard William O'Neill was a soldier in the United States Army who received the Medal of Honor for his actions during the World War I.-Biography:...

    , (1898–1982), an American soldier who received the Medal of Honor during World War I
  • Riley O'Neill
    Riley O'Neill
    Riley O'Neill is a Canadian soccer player who currently plays for MyPa of the Finnish Veikkausliiga. His position is striker.-Career:...

    , (born 1985), a Canadian soccer player
  • Robert J. O'Neill
    Robert J. O'Neill
    Robert John O'Neill AO is Chair of the International Academic Advisory Committee at the United States Studies Centre at the University of Sydney, was director of the International Institute for Strategic Studies, based in London, 1982-1987, and Chichele Professor of the History of War at Oxford...

    , (born 1936), a Chair of the International Academic Advisory Committee at the United States Studies Centre
  • Robert Torrens O'Neill
    Robert Torrens O'Neill
    Hon. Robert Torrens O'Neill , was an Irish Conservative, and later Irish Unionist politician who sat in the House of Commons of the United Kingdom from 1885 to 1910....

    , (1845–1910), an Irish Unionist politician
  • Robin O'Neil
    Robin O'Neil
    Doctor Robin O'Neil is a former police major crimes investigator who worked at the sharp end of major criminal investigations in the United Kingdom and Central Europe. Formerly of Scotland Yard, the Metropolitan and Home Counties Police service, he then took up the challenge of Academia...

    , British historian
  • Rose O'Neill
    Rose O'Neill
    Rose Cecil O'Neill was an illustrator who created a popular period comic called Kewpie.-Early life:...

    , (1874–1944), an illustrator
  • Ryan O'Neill (American soccer player), (born 1978) an American soccer midfielder
  • Ryan O'Neill (Northern Irish footballer)
    Ryan O'Neill (Northern Irish footballer)
    Ryan O'Neill is a footballer from Northern Ireland who plays as a defender for Dungannon Swifts.He began his career in the youth team at West Ham United and has represented Northern Ireland at under-21 level, and is a cousin of Barnet team-mate Mark Hughes...

    , (born 1990), a Northern Irish footballer
  • Ralph T. O'Neal
    Ralph T. O'Neal
    Ralph Telford O'Neal, OBE is the former Premier of the British Virgin Islands, and is expected to be appointed as the leader of the opposition...

    , British Virgin Islands politician
  • Reagan O'Neal
    Robert Jordan
    Robert Jordan was the pen name of James Oliver Rigney, Jr. , under which he was best known as the author of the bestselling The Wheel of Time fantasy series. He also wrote under the pseudonyms Reagan O'Neal and Jackson O'Reilly.-Biography:Jordan was born in Charleston, South Carolina...

    , one of several pseudonyms of James Oliver Rigney, Jr (born 1948), American writer
  • Ron O'Neal
    Ron O'Neal
    Ron O'Neal was an American actor, director and screenwriter...

     (1937–2004), American actor, director and screenwriter
  • Rose O'Neal Greenhow
    Rose O'Neal Greenhow
    Rose O'Neal Greenhow was a renowned Confederate spy. As a leader in Washington, D.C. society during the period to prior the American Civil War, she traveled in important political circles and cultivated friendships with presidents, generals, senators, and high-ranking military officers, using her...

     (1817–1864), Confederate spy
  • Ryan O'Neal
    Ryan O'Neal
    Charles Patrick Ryan O'Neal , better known as Ryan O'Neal, is an American actor best known for his appearances in the ABC nighttime soap opera Peyton Place and for his roles in such films as Paper Moon , Stanley Kubrick's Barry Lyndon , A Bridge Too Far , and Love Story , for which he received...

     (born 1941), American actor

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  • Séamus Ó Néill
    Séamus Ó Néill
    Séamus Ó Néill, , was a versatile Irish writer from Clarkhill, Castlewellan, County Down, Ireland. Following a primary degree from Queen's University, Belfast, he did historical research under Eoin MacNeill at University College, Dublin...

    , (1910–1986), an Irish writer
  • Shane Ó Neill, (c.1530–1567), an Irish chief of the O'Neill clan of Ulster in the mid 16th century
  • Shaquille O'Neal
    Shaquille O'Neal
    Shaquille Rashaun O'Neal , nicknamed "Shaq" , is a former American professional basketball player. Standing tall and weighing , he was one of the heaviest players ever to play in the NBA...

     (born 1972), American basketball player
  • Stan O'Neal, manager of Merrill Lynch
  • Steve O'Neal
    Steve O'Neal
    Steve O'Neal was an American football punter and a wide receiver. O'Neal is best known for kicking a 98 yard punt during the American Football League game between the New York Jets and the Denver Broncos on September 21, 1969. This punt set the record for the longest punt in American Football...

     (born 1946), American football punter
  • Seán O'Neill
    Seán O'Neill
    Seán O'Neill is a retired Northern Irish sportsperson. He played Gaelic football with his local club John Mitchel and was a member of the Down senior inter-county team from the 1950s until the 1960s. O'Neill is one of only four Down players to win three All-Ireland titles...

    , (born 1938), a Northern Irish sportsperson.
  • Sean O'Neill (table tennis)
    Sean O'Neill (table tennis)
    Sean O'Neill is an American table tennis player and coach. He began playing table tennis in Virginia at the age of 8 with this father, Patrick, who was nationally ranked junior player from Toledo, Ohio. O'Neill went on to win every US National Age Championship title, including the Under 11, 13,...

    , an American table tennis player and coach
  • Sean O'Neill, 3rd Earl of Tyrone
    Sean O'Neill, 3rd Earl of Tyrone
    John O'Neill, who called himself 3rd Earl of Tyrone was the youngest son of Hugh O'Neill, Earl of Tyrone.-Early life:...

  • Shane O'Neill (hurler)
    Shane O'Neill (hurler)
    Shane O’Neill is an Irish sportsperson. He plays hurling with his local club Bishopstown and has been a member of the Cork senior inter-county team since 2007.-Club:...

    , (born 1986), an Irish sportsperson
  • Sharon O'Neill
    Sharon O'Neill
    -Albums:*1979 - This Heart This Song*1980 - Sharon O'Neill*1980 - Words*1981 - Maybe*1983 - Foreign Affairs*1983 - Smash Palace *1984 - So Far - The Best 14...

    , (born 1952), a New Zealander singer-songwriter and pianist
  • Sid O'Neill
    Sid O'Neill
    Sid O'Neill was an Australian rules footballer who played with Fitzroy in the Victorian Football League. He played his only league game against University, in the back pocket. He was killed in action in World War I.-Sources:...

    , an Australian rules footballer
  • Simon O'Neill
    Simon O'Neill
    Simon O'Neill is a New Zealand-born operatic tenor.-Biography:O'Neill was born in Ashburton, New Zealand and received his musical training at the University of Otago, Victoria University of Wellington, graduating with an honours degree in music, before receiving scholarships to the Manhattan...

    , (born 1971), a New Zealand-born operatic tenor
  • Stephen O'Neill
    Stephen O'Neill
    Stephen O'Neill is a Gaelic footballer from Strabane, Northern Ireland, who plays for the Tyrone Senior football team. He won three All-Ireland Senior Football Championship medals, two Under 21 medals, and a Minor medal...

    , (born 1980), an Irish Gaelic footballer
  • Steve O'Neill
    Steve O'Neill
    Stephen Francis O'Neill was an American catcher, manager, coach and scout in Major League Baseball.Born to Irish immigrants in Minooka, Pennsylvania , O'Neill was one of six brothers who escaped a life in the coal mines by playing in the major leagues...

    , (1891–1962), an American catcher, manager, coach and scout in Major League Baseball.
  • Steve O'Neill (owner)
    Steve O'Neill (owner)
    Francis J. "Steve" O'Neill was the principal owner of the Cleveland Indians of the American League from through . In 1978, O'Neill purchased the Indians from the ownership group headed by Ted Bonda. After his death, O'Neill's estate owned the team until Richard Jacobs purchased the Indians in...

    , (1899–1983), an American owner of a professional baseball team.
  • Steve O'Neill (rugby league)
    Steve O'Neill (rugby league)
    Steve O'Neill is an English former professional rugby league footballer of the 1980s and '90s who at representative level has played for England, and at club level for Widnes, Wigan, and Gateshead Thunder, playing at , i.e number 8 or 10....

    , a professional rugby league footballer
  • Susie O'Neill, (born 1973), an Australian former competitive swimmer

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  • Tara Lynne O'Neill
    Tara Lynne O'Neill
    Tara Lynne O'Neill is a film, theatre and television actress.-Early life:She was born Lynne James in Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom.-Film and television:O'Neill's career started as a television presenter on Saturday Disney from 1993-1996...

    , a TV presenter
  • Ted O'Neill
    Ted O'Neill
    Theodore A. "Ted" O'Neill was the Dean of Admissions at the University of Chicago and a prominent figure in the college admissions community, and is now as a full-time teacher, researcher and writer in the university's Humanities department...

    , a Dean of Admissions at the University of Chicago.
  • Terence O'Neill, Baron O'Neill of the Maine, (1914–1990), the fourth Prime Minister of Northern Ireland.
  • Terry O'Neill (feminist)
    Terry O'Neill (feminist)
    Terry O'Neill is an American feminist attorney, professor and activist for social justice. She is president of the National Organization for Women since July 2009, and president of the NOW Foundation and chair of the NOW Political Action Committees.-Education and family:O'Neill graduated from...

    , (born c.1953), an American feminist attorney, professor and activist for social justice.
  • Terry O'Neill (martial artist), an actor
  • Terry O'Neill (photographer)
    Terry O'Neill (photographer)
    Terry O'Neill is an English photographer, who achieved his greatest success documenting the fashion style, and celebrities of the 1960s. He attracted attention for photographing his subjects in unconventional or candid settings....

    , (born 1938), an English photographer
  • Thomas Newman O'Neill, Jr.
    Thomas Newman O'Neill, Jr.
    Thomas Newman O'Neill Jr. is a United States federal judge.Born in Hanover, Pennsylvania, O'Neill was in the U.S. Naval Air Reserve from 1948 to 1953. He received an A.B. from Catholic University of America in 1950 and an LL.B. from the University of Pennsylvania in 1953. He was a law clerk to...

    , (born 1928), an American federal judge
  • Thomas O'Neill (journalist)
    Thomas O'Neill (journalist)
    Thomas M. O'Neill was an American journalist. His work while at the Baltimore Sun landed him on the White House "Enemies List" compiled by the staff of President Richard Nixon....

    , (1904–1971), an American journalist
  • Thomas O'Neill (politician)
    Thomas O'Neill (politician)
    Thomas James O'Neill was a Liberal party member of the Canadian House of Commons. He was born in Winnipeg, Manitoba and became a locomotive engineer by career....

    , (1882–1965), Canadian politician
  • Thomas P. O'Neill III
    Thomas P. O'Neill III
    Thomas Phillip O'Neill III leads a public relations and government affairs firm called O'Neill and Associates in Boston. He is the son of Tip O'Neill, who served as Speaker of the United States House of Representatives from 1977 to 1987.From 1975 to 1983, O'Neill served as lieutenant governor of...

    , (born 1945), leader of a public relations and government affairs firm
  • Tim O'Neill (Canadian football), (born 1979), a Canadian football player
  • Timothy O'Neill (soccer)
    Timothy O'Neill (soccer)
    Timothy O'Neill, born February 17, 1982 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is a midfielder who last played outdoor soccer for defunct USL First Division side Virginia Beach Mariners. He started his career with the South Jersey Barons. He later played for the Syracuse Salty Dogs and in 2004 was part of...

    , (born 1982), American soccer player
  • Tip O'Neill
    Tip O'Neill
    Thomas Phillip "Tip" O'Neill, Jr. was an American politician. O'Neill was an outspoken liberal Democrat and influential member of the U.S. Congress, serving in the House of Representatives for 34 years and representing two congressional districts in Massachusetts...

    , (1912–1994), an American politician
  • Tip O'Neill (baseball), (1858–1915), a Canadian left fielder in Major League Baseball
  • Tom O'Neill (ice hockey)
    Tom O'Neill (ice hockey)
    Tom "Windy" O'Neill is a former professional ice hockey player who played 66 games in the National Hockey League. Born in Deseronto, Ontario, he played with the Toronto Maple Leafs...

    , (born 1923), a professional ice hockey player
  • Tommy O'Neill
    Tommy O'Neill
    Tommy O'Neill , is a former Scottish football midfielder.O'Neill began his career with Motherwell, before moving to Clyde in 1977. He is best known for his time at Clyde, spending 7 years at the club, making 216 league appearances, and finding the back of the net on 45 occasions...

    , (born 1955), a Scottish football midfielder
  • Tony O'Neill
    Tony O'Neill
    Tony O'Neill is a New York-based author. A one time musician with Kenickie , Marc Almond , The Brian Jonestown Massacre and Kelli Ali , O'Neill is also the author of several books including Digging The Vein 2006, Down and Out on Murder Mile 2008 and Sick City 2010.Digging the Vein was a novel...

    , a New York based musician and author
  • Tatum O'Neal
    Tatum O'Neal
    Tatum Beatrice O'Neal is an American actress best known for her film work as a child actress in the 1970s. She is the youngest to win a competitive Academy Award, at the age of 10, which she won for her performance as Addie Loggins in Paper Moon opposite her father Ryan O'Neal...

     (born 1963), American actress
  • Tirlough Brassileagh Ó Neill, the son of Phelim Caoch O'Neill, Prince of the Cenél nEógain
  • Turlough Luineach Ó Neill, (1532–1595), an Irish earl of the Clan-Connell, inaugurated as the King of Tyrone
  • Ty O'Neal
    Ty O'Neal
    -Career:He is best known for playing the ice-skating cowboy, Dwayne Robertson, in D2: The Mighty Ducks and D3: The Mighty Ducks. In 2001 he portrayed real life outlaw Clell Miller in American Outlaws along side Colin Farrell, Scott Caan and Gabriel Macht....

     (born 1978), American actor

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  • Ward O'Neill
    Ward O'Neill
    Ward O’Neill is an Australian illustrator, caricaturist and cartoonist who has contributed to a variety of newspapers, including The London Daily Mail, The Australian, Sydney Morning Herald, National Times, the Bulletin and Australian Financial Review...

    , (born 1951), an Australian illustrator, caricaturist and cartoonist
  • Wes O'Neill
    Wes O'Neill
    Wes Samuel O'Neill is a Canadian professional ice hockey defenseman who is currently playing with the Kalamazoo Wings of the ECHL. He has previously played with the Colorado Avalanche organization of the National Hockey League.-Playing career:O'Neill was drafted 115th overall in the 2004 NHL Entry...

    , (born 1986) a Canadian ice hockey player
  • Willa O'Neill
    Willa O'Neill
    Willa O'Neill is an award-winning actress from New Zealand. She is known to fans of Hercules: The Legendary Journeys for her recurring role as "Althea" and Xena: Warrior Princess fans know her from her repeat role as "Lila."...

    , a New Zealander actress
  • William O'Neill (Connecticut politician)
    William O'Neill (Connecticut politician)
    William Atchison O'Neill was a twentieth century U.S. political figure, most notably as the 84th Governor of Connecticut from 1980 to 1991....

    , (1930–2007), an American Governor of Connecticut
  • William O'Neill (Ohio jurist)
    William O'Neill (Ohio jurist)
    William "Bill" Michael O'Neill is an American lawyer, jurist and political figure who was an appellate judge on the Ohio Eleventh District Court of Appeals. He was the 2010 Democratic nominee for U.S...

    , (born 1947), an American lawyer, jurist and appellate judge
  • William O'Neill, 1st Baron O'Neill
    William O'Neill, 1st Baron O'Neill
    Reverend William O'Neill, 1st Baron O'Neill , born William Chichester, he changed his surname to O'Neill in 1855; O'Neill was an Anglo-Irish hereditary peer, clergyman and musical composer.-Background and education:...

    , (1813–1883), an Anglo-Irish hereditary peer, clergyman and musical composer

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  • Yvonne O'Neill
    Yvonne O'Neill
    Yvonne O'Neill was a politician in Ontario, Canada. She was a Liberal member of the Legislative Assembly of Ontario from 1987 to 1995.-Early years and education:...

    , (born 1936), Canadian politician

Places


Australia
  • O'Neill's Adventureland
    O'Neill's Adventureland
    O'Neill's Adventureland was a small amusement park located in Edmondson Park, New South Wales, Australia.The park was promoted in the 1970s and 1980s on television commercials with the lyric "Something for mum and something for dad, something for grandma and old grandad...at Adventureland".The park...

    , a small amusement park located in Edmondson Park, New South Wales, Australia.
  • O'Neill Park
    O'Neill Park
    O'Neill Park is located on the corner of Nobbs and Cooper Roads, Yagoona, Sydney, Australia, within the Bankstown City Council municipality. It is the homeground of the Yagoona Lions amateur football club....

    , is located on the corner of Nobbs and Cooper Roads, Yagoona, Sydney, Australia, within the Bankstown City Council municipality.

Canada
  • Archbishop M.C. O'Neill High School
    Archbishop M.C. O'Neill High School
    Archbishop M.C. O'Neill High School is a Catholic secondary education institute located in the Coronation Park neighbourhood of north Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. It is officially designated as a community school. The student population is made up of individuals from the north, west, and central...

    , a Catholic secondary education institute located in the Coronation Park neighbourhood of north Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.
  • O'Neill Collegiate and Vocational Institute
    O'Neill Collegiate and Vocational Institute
    O'Neill Collegiate and Vocational Institute is located in Oshawa, Ontario within the Durham District School Board. The school has students in grades 9-12 and offers a wide range of academic and extracurricular activities.-History:...

    , located in Oshawa, Ontario within the Durham District School Board.

Ireland
  • Crotta O'Neill's
    Crotta O'Neill's
    Crotta O'Neill's are a hurling club in the Kilflynn area of Kerry, Ireland. They play in the Kerry Senior Hurling Championship. The club is primarily concerned with the game of hurling.-History:...

    , a hurling club in the Kilflynn area of Kerry.

United States
  • O'Neal Island
    O'Neal Island
    O'Neal Island is a small island in the San Juan Islands of the U.S. state of Washington. It lies off the northeastern coast of San Juan Island.The name was given by Charles Wilkes during the Wilkes Expedition of 1838-1842, in honor of an American naval hero....

    , a member of the San Juan Islands of Washington state, USA
  • Buckey O'Neill Cabin
    Buckey O'Neill Cabin
    The Buckey O'Neill Cabin was built in 1890 by William "Buckey" O'Neill in what would become Grand Canyon National Park. O'Neill was, among many other things, a member of Theodore Roosevelt's Rough Riders, who had previously been an author and a judge in his native Arizona...

    , a cabin.
  • Eugene O'Neill National Historic Site
    Eugene O'Neill National Historic Site
    The Eugene O'Neill National Historic Site, located in Danville, California, preserves Tao House, the Monterey Colonial hillside home of America's only Nobel Prize-winning playwright, Eugene O'Neill.-History:...

    , located in Danville, California, the site which preserves Tao House, the hillside home of playwright, Eugene O'Neill.
  • Eugene O'Neill Theater Center
    Eugene O'Neill Theater Center
    The Eugene O'Neill Memorial Theater Center in Waterford, Connecticut is a 501 not-for-profit theater company founded in 1964 by George C. White. The O'Neill is the recipient of the . The O'Neill is home to the National Theater Institute , and several major theater conferences including the...

    , a not-for-profit theater company located in Connecticut.
  • Eugene O'Neill Theatre
    Eugene O'Neill Theatre
    The Eugene O'Neill Theatre is a Broadway theatre located at 230 West 49th Street in midtown-Manhattan.Designed by architect Herbert J. Krapp, it was built for the Shuberts as part of a theatre-hotel complex named for 19th century tragedian Edwin Forrest...

    , a Broadway theatre located in midtown-Manhattan.
  • O'Neill, Nebraska
    O'Neill, Nebraska
    O'Neill is a city in Holt County, Nebraska, United States. The population was 3,733 at the 2000 census. It is the county seat of Holt County.-Geography:O'Neill is located at ....

    , a city in Holt County, Nebraska, United States.
  • O'Neill House Office Building
    O'Neill House Office Building
    The O'Neill House Office Building was a congressional office building located near the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C. Initially known as "House Annex-1", it was named in the late 1980s after former Speaker of the House Thomas "Tip" O'Neill....

    , a congressional office building located near the United States Capitol in Washington, D.C.
  • O'Neill Forebay
    O'Neill Forebay
    O'Neill Forebay is a forebay to the San Luis Reservoir created by the construction of O'Neill Dam across San Luis Creek approximately west of Los Banos, California, on the eastern slopes of the Pacific Coast Ranges of Merced County.-Background:...

    , a forebay to the San Luis Reservoir west of Los Banos, California.
  • O'Neill Dam
    O'Neill Dam
    O'Neill Dam is an earthfill dam on San Luis Creek, west of Los Banos, California, on the eastern slopes of the Pacific Coast Ranges of Merced County...

    , an earthfill dam on San Luis Creek west of Los Banos, California.
  • O'Neill Center
    O'Neill Center
    The William O'Neill Athletic and Convocation Center is an multi-purpose athletic complex, at Western Connecticut State University, in Danbury, Connecticut....

    , multi-purpose athletic complex at Western Connecticut State University.
  • O'Neill Building
    O'Neill Building
    The O'Neill Building is a landmark former department store, located at 655 Sixth Avenue in New York City. It is owned by ElAd Properties. Built in 1887 by Hugh O'Neill, the building was converted into condominiums in 2005.-External links:*...

    , a landmark former department store, located at 655 Sixth Avenue in New York City.
  • Rose O'Neill Literary House
    Rose O'Neill Literary House
    The Rose O'Neill Literary House is one of three "Centers of Excellence" at Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland. With Director Mark Nowak and Assistant Director Kathryn Bursick, the house helps brainstorm and coordinate literature-centered programming as well as providing a place for...

    , one of three "Centers of Excellence" at Washington College in Chestertown, Maryland.
  • Thomas P. O'Neill Jr. Federal Building
    Thomas P. O'Neill Jr. Federal Building
    The Thomas P. "Tip" O'Neill Federal Building is an administrative center of the U.S. federal government in Boston, Massachusetts. Named for former Massachusetts congressman and House of Representatives Speaker Tip O'Neill, the building houses the New England regional offices of numerous federal...

    , an administrative center of the federal government in Boston, Massachusetts.
  • Thomas P. O'Neill Jr. Tunnel
    Thomas P. O'Neill Jr. Tunnel
    The Thomas P. "Tip" O'Neill, Jr. Tunnel is a highway tunnel built as part of the Big Dig in Boston, Massachusetts. It carries the Central Artery underneath downtown Boston, and is numbered as Interstate 93, U.S. Route 1, and Route 3. It roughly follows the route of the old elevated Central Artery,...

    , a highway tunnel built in Boston, Massachusetts.

Noble titles

  • Baron O'Neill
    Baron O'Neill
    Baron O'Neill, of Shane's Castle in the County of Antrim, is a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom. It was created in 1868 for the musical composer The Rev...

    , a title in the Peerage of the United Kingdom.
  • O'Neill of Clannaboy, one of the hereditary Chiefs of the name of Ireland
  • O'Neill Baronets, two in the Baronetage of Ireland, and one in the Baronetage of the United Kingdom.
  • Earl O'Neill
    Earl O'Neill
    Viscount O'Neill was a title in the Peerage of Ireland. It was created in 1795 for John O'Neill, who had earlier represented Randalstown and County Antrim in the Irish House of Commons. He had already been created Baron O'Neill, of Shane's Castle in the County of Antrim, in 1793, also in the...

    , a title in the Peerage of Ireland.

Other

  • Ui Néill
    Uí Néill
    The Uí Néill are Irish and Scottish dynasties who claim descent from Niall Noigiallach , an historical King of Tara who died about 405....

  • Dennis O'Neill case
    Dennis O'Neill case
    Dennis O'Neill was a 12-year-old Welsh boy whose death at the hands of his foster parents led to an enquiry into and overhaul of fostering provisions in the United Kingdom.-Circumstances of death:...

  • Eugene O'Neill Award
    Eugene O'Neill Award
    The Eugene O'Neill Award , is one of Sweden's finest acting awards for actors of the stage...

    , one of Sweden's finest acting awards for actors of the stage
  • O'Neill Sea Odyssey
    O'Neill Sea Odyssey
    O'Neill Sea Odyssey is a non-profit organization located in Santa Cruz, California . It was founded in 1996 by wet suit innovator Jack O'Neill and provides students with hands-on lessons on marine habitat and the relationship between the oceans and the environment.The program provides a free...

    , a non-profit organization located in Santa Cruz, California
  • O'Neill World Cup of Surfing
    O'Neill World Cup of Surfing
    The O'Neill World Cup of Surfing is a prestigious event in surfing held annually at Sunset Beach in Hawaii. The event attracts over a hundred elite surfers from around the world. It is the second event of the Triple Crown of Surfing. The first competition was held in 1975. Of the 22 surfers who...

    , a prestigious event in surfing held annually at Sunset Beach in Hawaii.
  • O'Neill v Phillips, is a UK company law case on an action for unfair prejudice
  • O'Neill Sebastian Inlet Pro
    O'Neill Sebastian Inlet Pro
    The O'Neill Sebastian Inlet Pro , currently presented by Ron Jon Surf Shop, has kicked off the international professional surfing calendar for the past five years...

    , a surfing event
  • O'Neill ministry
    O'Neill ministry
    The Parliament of Northern Ireland was the home rule legislature created under the Government of Ireland Act 1920, which existed from 7 June 1921 to 30 March 1972, when it was suspended...

    ,
  • O'Neill (brand)
    O'Neill (brand)
    O'Neill is an American surfboard, surfwear and equipment brand that was started in San Francisco, California, but soon moved down the coast to Santa Cruz. Some credit the company with having invented the modern wetsuit...

    , a surfwear and equipment brand that was started in San Francisco, California
  • O'Neills
    O'Neills
    O'Neills Irish International Sports Company Ltd. was established in 1918. It is the largest manufacturer of sportswear in Ireland and has manufacturing plants in Dublin and Strabane....

    , the largest manufacturer of sportswear in Ireland
  • Seán O'Neill Band
    Seán O'Neill Band
    The Seán O'Neill Band was a group of Irish musicians who created a series of albums in the 1980s and 1990s. Each track consisted of medleys of traditional and popular Irish songs. The first album, for example, was called 50 Favourite Irish Pub Songs...

    , an Irish musical band
  • Sheff v. O'Neill
    Sheff v. O'Neill
    Sheff v. O'Neill refers to a 1989 lawsuit and the subsequent 1996 Connecticut Supreme Court case that resulted in a landmark decision regarding civil rights and the right to education.-Timeline:...

    ,
  • Sandler O'Neill and Partners
    Sandler O'Neill and Partners
    Sandler O’Neill + Partners, L.P., is a full-service investment banking firm and broker-dealer focused on the financial services sector.Founded in 1988 by Herman S. Sandler and Thomas F.O'Neill along with several other executives from Wall Street firms, the firm provides investment banking services...

    , a New York City-based investment banking firm.
  • Tip O'Neill Award
    Tip O'Neill Award
    The Tip O'Neill Award is an award given out by the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame to the Canadian baseball player "judged to have excelled in individual achievement and team contribution while adhering to the highest ideals of the game of baseball." It is named for Canadian Baseball Hall of Famer...

    , an award given out by the Canadian Baseball Hall of Fame*
  • The Trials of Rosie O'Neill
    The Trials of Rosie O'Neill
    The Trials of Rosie O'Neill is an American television drama series, which aired on CBS from 1990 to 1992. The show starred Sharon Gless as Fiona Rose "Rosie" O'Neill, a lawyer working in the public defender's office for the City of Los Angeles...

    , an American television drama series, which aired on CBS from 1990 to 1992.
  • USS O'Neill (DE-188)
    USS O'Neill (DE-188)
    USS O'Neill was a in the United States Navy. She was named for Ensign William Thomas O'Neill, Jr., killed on 7 December 1941, during the attack on Pearl Harbor, while serving aboard ....

    , a Cannon-class destroyer escort in the United States Navy.
  • O'Neal Steel, Inc., American metal company
  • Stealing O'Neal
    Stealing O'Neal
    Stealing O'Neal is an Australian pop rock band from Melbourne, Victoria, formed in 2004. The band comprises vocalist Chris Scott, guitarist and backing vocalist Jack Tosi, bassist Tom Fleming, guitarist Tim O'Keefe and drummer Ryan D'Sylva...

    , Australian band