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Sealy (surname)

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Sealy is an Anglo-Norman surname, arriving in the British Isles with the Norman conquest of England in 1066 (although some claim it originated in Celtic Cornwall prior to the Norman invasion). The name was also found among the Anglo-Irish people of Counties Cork and Kerry in Ireland as far back as the 1500s. Multiple spellings are found throughout British and Irish history: Seally, Sealey, Seeley, Seely, Ceiley, Ceely, Celey, and others. Today the surname is mostly commonly found in the United States and Barbados, while the Sealey form is more common in England.

Notable people with the surname include:

  • Allan Sealy, author nominated for the Booker Prize
  • Alison Sealy-Smith, Canadian actress
  • Derek Sealy, West Indian cricketer
  • Glenroy Sealy, Canadian cricketer
  • Jim Sealy (1876–1949), Ireland international rugby union player
  • Lloyd Sealy, the NYPD's first African American officer to graduate from the FBI National Academy
  • Joseph Robert Sealy, British botanist
  • Malik Sealy (1970–2000), American professional basketball player
  • Mike Sealy, head coach of the UCLA's women's volleyball team
  • Philip Sealy, the Permanent Representative for Trinidad and Tobago to the United Nations
  • Scott Sealy, Trinidadian footballer
  • Tony Sealy (born 1959), English footballer
  • Michael Sealey Australian Hypnotherapist, Actor, Writer and Movie Producer
  • References

    Sealy (surname) Wikipedia

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