MacNeill can have a number of different meanings and spellings:

Clan MacNeil is a Scottish clan.

Notable people

*Dick MacNeill, Dutch footballer
*Eoin MacNeill, Irish scholar
*Hector Macneill, Scottish poet
*John Benjamin Macneill, Irish civil engineer

See also


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  • MacNeill — ist der Name folgender Personen: Dick MacNeill (1898–1963), niederländischer Fußballspieler Eoin MacNeill (1867–1945), irischer Politiker und Historiker Peter MacNeill (* 20. Jahrhundert), kanadischer Schauspieler Diese …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • MacNeill — Recorded in many forms including MacNeill, McNeill, O Neill, Neill, Neil, Neale, and many others, this is a surname of pre 8th century Gaelic origins. It derives from the word niall meaning champion , a meaning which no doubt greatly assisted its …   Surnames reference

  • MacNeill's Egyptian Arch — is a railway bridge in Newry, County Down, Northern Ireland. Construction was completed in 1851 for the Dublin and Belfast Junction Railway Company and was the result of collaboration between engineer Sir John Macneill and constructor William… …   Wikipedia

  • MacNeill Secondary School — Infobox Education in Canada name= A. R. MacNeill Secondary imagesize= 250px motto= motto translation= streetaddress= 6611 No. 4 Rd city= Richmond province= British Columbia postalcode= V6Y 2T2 areacode= 604 phone= 668 6212 fax= 668 6202 email=… …   Wikipedia

  • MacNeill, Hector — (1746 1818)    Scottish poet, the son of James Macneill, a retired captain of the 42nd Regiment, was born at Rosebank, near Roslin, Midlothian. Educated at Stirling Grammar School, he then worked as a sailor in the West Indies until around 1776.… …   British and Irish poets

  • MacNeill, Hector — (1746 1818)    Poet, was in the West Indies 1780 86, and clerk on a flagship. He wrote various political pamphlets, two novels, and several poems, The Harp (1789), The Carse of Forth, and Scotland s Skaith, the last against drunkenness, but is… …   Short biographical dictionary of English literature

  • Eoin MacNeill — ( ga. Eoin Mac Néill, 15 May 1867 ndash;15 October 1945) was an Irish scholar, nationalist, revolutionary and politician. He was a co founder of the Gaelic League, to preserve Irish language and culture, going on to establish the Irish Volunteers …   Wikipedia

  • J. G. Swift MacNeill — John Gordon Swift MacNeill (March 11, 1849 August 24, 1926) was an Irish Protestant nationalist politician and MP, in the House of Commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland for South Donegal from 1887 until 1918, Professor of… …   Wikipedia

  • Eoin MacNeill — Eoin MacNeill, um 1916 Eoin MacNeill (* 1867 in Glenarm, County Antrim als John MacNeill; † 1945 in Dublin) war ein irischer Nationalist, Politiker und Professor für irische Geschichte. MacNeill besuchte das St Malachy’s College in Belfast und… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • John Benjamin Macneill — Sir John Benjamin Macneill FRS (1793 2 March 1880) was an eminent Irish civil engineer of the 19th century, closely associated with Thomas Telford. His most notable projects were railway schemes in Ireland. He was born in Mountpleasant near the… …   Wikipedia

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