Condy McGinley (1873-1946)
(circa 1873 – 13th January 1946) Condy, or Condy Beag was the son of Condy and Bridget (nee McNelis), who married into Mín na Croise from a musical house in Dún Alt. Condy was of the older generation of fiddle players in the parish such as Paddy Bhillí na ropaí, Jimí Bhidí Mhicí and John Mhósaí McGinley. There was a close connection between Condy and the Mósaí McGinleys of Loch Inseach and a fiddle belonging to John Mhósaí was left to Condy after the great player died. He was married to Ellen Carr a dressmaker who came from Baile Mhic Pháidín in the parish of Cill Charthaigh. They had nine children, many of whom played the fiddle. Condy’s tunes are still played and passed on by his son, Con McGinley.