Connally ist der Name von

  • Idanell Brill Connally (1919–2006), von 1963 bis 1969 First Lady von Texas
  • John Connally (1917–1993), US-amerikanischer Politiker
  • Merrill Connally (1921–2001), US-amerikanischer Schauspieler und Richter
  • Tom Connally (1877–1963), US-amerikanischer Politiker
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