Carraig, ‘a rock’
Originally known as Carraig Fheargusa or Carraig Fheargais meaning Fergus’s Castle. It was named after Fergus Mór mac Eirc, the sixth-century king of Dál Riata. Carrick, as it is known as locally, is County Antrim's oldest town. It pre-dates Belfast and is one of the oldest settlements in the north.
An Irish version of Cecilia, which derives from the Latin.
Donnelly - Ó Donnaile
The descendant of Donnghaile probably meaning a warrior with brown hair. The Donnelly clan was originally a division of the Cineál Eoghain. Donnghaile O'Neill, who died in 876, was a direct descendant of Eoghan.