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Of Munster.

Arms : At. two lions pass, guard, in pale gu. Crest : A hand couped at the wrist
erect, holding a sword impailLng a boar's head couped all ppr.

NiALL or Neal, brother of Menmon who is No. 106 on the " Macnamara"
pedigree, was the ancestor of MacFlancha,* which is anglicised Clanchy,
Clancie, Clancy, Mac Clancy, Clinch, and Glaiwy.

106. Niall : son of Aodh(or Hugh)
odhar; a quo the Hy-Niall (or
O'Neill), of Munster.

107. Flancha : his son; a quo Mac-

108. Donal : his son.

109. Gilloilbhe("oilbheim": Irish,
a rejp'roach) : his son.

110. Flaitheamh : his son.

111. Gilloilbhe (2) : his son.

112. Flaitheambh (2) : his son.

113. Flathrigh (/a^A .• Irish, "a
chief ", and n^^, "a king"; Corn.
ruy ; Arm. rue; Hind, raj-a; Lat.
rex ; Fr. roi) : his son ; a quo
QFlathrigh, anglicised Flattery.

* MacFlancha : The root of this name is the Irish word " Flann," genitive,
"flainn" [floin orflin], Uood ; and the name itself means "the descendants of the red-
complexioned man." Besides MacFlancha the following siimames are derived from the
same prolific root : Flanagan, Flannagan, Flinn, Flynn, Glenn, Glynn, Linn, Lynn,
Macklin, Maglin, Magloin, McGloin.



COG. 81

114. Diarmaid (or Dermod) : his

115. Lacneach : his son ; had two
brothers — 1. Hugh, and 2. Donal.

116. Hugh: son of Lacaeach.

117. Donal : his son.

118. Hugh (2) : his son.

119. Murtagh : his son.

120. Baothach (latinized Roetius) :
his son.

121. Hugh (3): his son.

122. Baothach (2) : his son.

123. Baothach (3) Clancy : his son.


Lords of Delvin.

Arms : Gu. two lions pass, counter pass. ar. Crest : A fret or.

Dealbha* (or Dealbhaoth), a brother of Blad who is No. 92 on the
"O'Brien" (of Thomond) pedigree, was the ancestor of MacCoghlain ;
anglicised Coghlan, Coghlen, and MacCogUan.]

the ninth son of




92. Dealbha

93. Aedhan
brother named Gnoboof, who
the ancestor of 0'Curry.~

94. Bile (or Beg) : his son.
Anbhile : his son.
Sioda : his son.
Trean : his son.
Treachar : his son.
Dathal (or Dathin) : his son
Lorcan : his son.
Cochlan (" cochal "

a cowl or hood) : his son

102. Maol-Michil : his son.

103. Cochlan (2) : his son.

104. Fionn: his son.

105. Fuathmaran : his son.

106. Fogartach : his son.

107. Anbheith : his son.

108. Gormogan: his son.

109. Laithgheal : his son.

110. Cochlan Mae Coghlan :






a quo


sonj the first who assumed this

111. Murtach : his son.

112. Longseach : his son.

113. Aodh (or Hugh) : his son.

114. Conchobhar (or Connor) mdr :
his son.

115. Conor oge : his son.

116. Amhailgadh [Awly] : his son.

117. MelachJin : his son.

118. Donal : his son.

119. Conor (3) : his son.

120. Shane (or John): his son.

121. Melachlin (2): his son.

122. Felim : his son.

123. Melachlin (3) : his son.

124. Cormac: his son.

125. Art: his son.

126. John (2) : his son.

127. John oge MacCoghlan : his

128. Torlogh : his son; the last
lord of Delvin ; living in 1620.

^P^^^^^^^ ' ^roT^ this Dealbha the territories of the " seven Dealbhnas" (part of
the King's County) are so called ; and now go by the name of Delvin : whereof his
posterity were Lords, until dispossessed, during the Commonwealth, by Oliver
CromweU. *

t See the " MacCoghlan" pedigree.

82 COG.


CON. [part III.


Of Brym, Counhj Roscommon.
Armorial Bearings : Same as •' Coghlan," lords of Delvin.

Dermod Coghlan, of Drym, county
Koscommon, had :

2. Eichard, who had :

3. John, of Drym, who d. 28th
Feb., 1637. He m. Kath. dau. of
Edmond Malone, of Buolynchoan,
gent., and had :

I. Tibot, of whom presently.

II. Eichard, who m. Anne, dau.

of Melaghlin Dalaghan, in the

CO. Eoscommon.

4. Tibot Coghlan : son of John ;

m. Anne, daughter of John Leigh

O'Molloy, of Ahadonoh, county

Eoscommon, gent.


, Of Desmond.

Arms : Ar. a chev. gu. betw. two spurs in cliief, and a battle-axe in base az. shaft
or. Crest : A bee erect ppr. Motto : Non sibi.

Faolgursa, a brother of Daologach who is No. 98 on the " MacCarthy
M6r" pedigree, was the ancestor of Cineal Connaill; anglicised Connell,
Connelly^ and MacConnell.

Faolgursa :

son of Nathfra-


99. Dongeallach : his son.

100. Sneaghra: his son.

101. Conall ("conall" : Irish,
love): his son; a quo Cineal Con.

102. Domhnall : his son.

103. Artgal: his son.

104. Cuirc: his son.

105. Corcran : his son.

106. Cudlighean : his son.

107. Lorcan: his son.


0/ Munster.

Anns : Gu. three bends ar. on a chief or, as many cinquefoils az. Crest : A lion
ramp, vert supporting a pennon gu.

Dealbhaoth, a brother of Blad who is No. 92 on the '^ O'Brien"' (of
Thomond) pedigree, was the ancestor of MacConroi of Munster ; anglicised
CoJiroy, Conry, and MacConry.


Dealbhaoth : son of Cas, ^.e.,


Dungallach : his son.



Dongus : his sod.


Gno Mor : his son.


Innealach : his son.


Mothan : his son.


Lorcan : his son.


Maoltuile : his son.


Luighdheach : his son.


Saraan: his son.


Cas : his son.


Comhghal : his son.


Sioda : his son.



CUL. 83


Baodan : his son.
Luighdheach : his son,
Amhalgadh : his son.

his son.
Conchobhar : his son.
Diarmaid : his son.

111. Feargus : his son.

112. Donchadh : his son.

113. Cu-Ei ("cu," gen, «con:'

Irish, a ivarrior ; " Ei," a
his son ; a quo MacConroL

114. Feargus: his son.

115. Donchadh: his son,

116. Donchadh: his son.

117. Conchobhar: his son.

118. Donchadh: his son.

119. Conchobhar: his son.



Of Munster.

Arms : Az. three bezants in pale betw. two palets ar. a cbief or. Crest : A hand
couped in f esse holding a sword in pale on the point thereof a garland of laurel all

Nathi, a brother of Felim who is No. 92 on the " MacCarthy Mor "
pedigree, was the ancestor of Cineal Cormaic; anglicised Cormac, Cormich,
and Cormick.

92. Nathi : son of Aongus.

93. Feareadhach : his son.

94. Cabhsan : his son.

95. Cormac (" corraac :" Irish,
a breicer): his son; a quo Cineal

96. Eonan: his son.

97. Cucearthach : his son.

98. Cudruiu : his son.


Of Munster,

A rms : Gu. on a chev. betw. three dexter hands erect couped at the wrist ar. a garb
betw. two trefoils slipped vert. Crest : A mermaid with comb and mirror aU ppr.

DoNN, brother of Brian who is No. 93 on the " Keely" pedigree, was the
ancestor of O'Coilean; which has been anglicised Colinj Collin, Collins^
Culhane, Cullen, and O'Cullen.

93. Donn : son of Caolluighe.

94. Dunaghach : his son.

95. Ainnir : his son.

96. Coilean an Catha (" coilean :"
Irish, a young warrior)^ meaning
" the young war dog :'' his son ; a
•<|Uo O'Coilean.

97. Conor : his son.

98. Dermod : his son.

99. Teige O'Culien : his son ; who
settled in Carbery and first assumed
this surname.


Coilean-caonra : his son.
Donall : his son.
Conor m6r : his son.
Conor oore : his son.


o-Nagrain :

his son.

105. Giolla Lachtghi: his son.

106. Niall : his son.

107. Eandall: his son.

108. Eandall (2) : his soa

109. Dermod O'CuUen : his son.



Arms : Az. a lion pass, guard, or. Crest : An arm in armour embowed, holding a
spear, all ppr.

Gnobog, brother of Aedhan who is Xo. 93 on the " Coghlan " pedigree,
was the ancestor of O^Caraidh ; anglicised Corey, Cory, and, more lately,
Curry, Currie, CCurry, and O'Corra.*

93. Gnobog : son of Dealbha.

94. Baodan : his son.

95. Maithan : his son.
9G. Maoltuile : bis son.

97. Saraan : his son.

98. Aodh : his son.

99. Dungal : his sod.

100. Dungus : his son.

101. Innealach : his son.

102. Luachanf: his son.

103. Lughaidh : his son.
lO-i. Cas : his son.

105. Sioda : his son.

106. Baodan (2) : his son.

107. Lughaidh (2) : his son.

108. Amhailgadh (or Awly) : his

109. Curadh (" curadh,"J Irisb, a
valiant chamjjion) : his son ; a quo

110. Conor : his son.

111. Diarmaid (Dermod) O'Corey :
his son : the first who assumed tins

112. Fergus : his son.

113. Donoch (Donogh) : his son.
,^. 114. Curadh (2) : his son.

115. Fergus (2) : his son.

116. Donogh (2) : his son.

117. Douough (3) : his son.

* O'Corra : Of this family was JoJin Curry, M.D., a distinguished Catholic
physician and writer, who was born in Ireland early in the 18th century. He was
descended from the O'Corra family, of Cavan, who lost their estates in the wars of
1641-1652, and 1689-1691. His grandfather, a cavalry officer in James's army, fell
at the battle of Aughrim. Disqualified by his religion from obtaining a degree in
Ireland (on account of the stringency of the Penal Laws against Catholics), Doctor
John Curry went to Paids, there studied medicine for several years, and took his
diploma at Eheims. Returning to practise in Ireland, he rose to eminence as a
physician ; and took ,up his pen in defence of his co-religionists. The incident that
impelled him to do so is thus related by his editor. Charles O'Connor : " In October,
1746, as he passed through the Castle-yard on the memorial day of the Irish rebellion
of 1641, he met two ladies, and a girl of about eight years of age, who, stepping on a
little before them, turned about suddenly, and, with uplifted hands and horror in her
countenance, exclaimed — Are there any of those hloody Papists in Dublin ? This incident,
which to a different hearer would be laughable, filled the Doctor with anxious
reflections. He immediately infeiTed that the child's terror proceeded from the
impression made on her mind by the sermon preached on that day in Christ Church,
whence those ladies had proceeded ; and having procured a copy of the sermon, he
found that his sm-naise was well founded." He combated such bitter prejudices in a
Dialogue, the publication of which created a great sensation, and it was replied to by
Walter Harris. Dr. Curry rejoined in his Eistorical Memoirs. In 1775, he published
anonymously An Hidorical and Critical Revieio of the Civil Wars in Ireland. With
Mr. Wyse, Mr. 0' Con or, and a few more. Dr. Curry was one of the founders of the
first Catholic Committee, which in March, 1760, met privately at the Elephant Tavern
in Essex-street, Dublin— the forerunner of the powerful Catholic Associations which
seventy years afterwards, under O'Connell, achieved Emancipation. He died in 1780.
Two of his sons were officers in the Austrian service. — For further information
on this subject, see Webb's valuable ViOx]s.—Compendiam of Irish Biography (Dublin :
Gill and Son, 1878).

t Luachan : A quo O'Luachain ("luach" : Irish, price), anglicised Price.
X Curadh : This w^ord is derived from the Irish obsolete substantive cur, "power,"
"manliness"; and from it some genealogists incorrectly derive Conry (see "Conroy").

CHAP, l] cur.


BOW. 85

118. Doaal : his son.

119. Conor (2) : his son.

120. Donal (2) : his son.

121. Conor 0' Curry : his son.


CuiRC, a brother of Macbroc who is No. 92 on the "Lyons" pedigree, was
the ancestor of O'Dallain, anglicised Dalian.

92. Cuirc : son of Eachdhach

93. Corbaire Cul : his son.

94. Dalian (" dallan " : Irish, one
who is blind) : his son ; a quo

95. Aonsrhus : his son.

96. Ceannfoda : his son.

97. Cairbre Sionach : his son.

98. Fiacha : his son.

99. Crunmaol : his son.

100. Aigneach : his son.

101. Cuan: his son.


Arms : Per pale sa. and ar. a boar pass, counterchanged, on a chief az. three
mullets of the second. Crest : Out of a ducal coronet or, a lion's head proper.

Cathal, a brother of Maccraith who is No. 109 on the " O'Sullivan Vera"
pedigree, was the ancestor of O'Dheorain ("deor": Irish, a ^gar; "an,"
one who) ; anglicised Doran.

109. Cathal : son of Buadhach.

110. GioUa Padraic ; his son.

111. Niall: his son.

112. Conchobhar : his son.

113. Maolfhionnan : his son.

114. Saorbreathach : his son.

115. Domhnall : his son.

116. Uilliam Dearg : his son.

117. Seaan : his son.

118. Uilliam: his son.

119. Muircheartach Buidhe



Arms : Ar. three palets gu. Crest : A wolf's head erased ppr. charged on the
neck with a mullet ar.

Brocan, a younger brother of Lughaidh who is No. 88 on the " O'Hara"
(No. 1) pedigree, was the ancestor of O'Duana ; anglicised Loan, Doivns,
Buaine, Duane, Devan, Dwain^ and Hooke.

88. Brocan ("brocan": Irish, a
Utile badger) : third son of Cormac
Galeng ; a quo O'Brocain, anglicised

89. Talglaine : his son.

90. Gosda : his son.

91. Finghin : his son.

92. Blathmac : his son.

93. Baodan : his son.

94. Crunmaol : his son.

95. Maoinach : his son.

96. Colgan : his son.

97. Crunmaol (2) : his son.

98. Robartach : his son.




EAR. [part III.

99. Ruadhrach : his son.

100. Aonachan ("aonach" : Irish,
a fair) : his son ; a quo O^h-Aonag-
hain, anglicised Eanagan, Einnegan^
Henaglian, and Henehan. ■

101. Airgead : his son.

102. Aongus : his son.

103. Tuileagna : his son.

104. Tuileagna (2) : his son.

105. Cormac : his son.

106. Crunmaol (3) : his son.

107. Dioguadha : his son.

108. Crinithann : his sou.

109. Oisein : his son.

110. Alia (" alia : " Irish, a Imll) :
his son ; a quo O'h-AUa anglicised
Ally and Hall.

111. Siodhal : his son.

112. Eochagan : his son.

113. Dubhan ("Idubhan") [duan] :
Irish, a dark-complexioned man ; a
fishing hooJc) : his son ; a qua

114. Searragh; his son.

115. Ceallach O'Duana ; his son;
first assumed this sirname.

116. Giolla-Chriosd : his son.

117. Tuileagna O'Duana: his son.


SiKEALL, brother of Carthann who is Iso. 93 on the " Macnamara" (No. 1)
pedigree, "was the ancestor of Oh-Dolharcon ; anglicised DurUn.

93. Sineall : son of Cassan.

94. Cillin ("cillin'': Irish, a little
cell) : his son ; a quo O'Cillin,
anglicised Killeen.

95. Aodh : his son.

96. Eanbhan ("banbh:" Irish,
a sucking jAg) ; his son ; a quo
O'Banhhain, anglicised Hogg and

97. Dubhlaoidh : his son.

98. Dobharchu (" dobharcu :"
Irish, an otter) : his son ; a quo

99. Luchodhar : his son.

100. Orghus : his son.

101. Menmon Odhar: his son.

102. Cathan : his son.

103. Gormghal : his son.

104. Ceilceann ("ceil:" lTish,ita
conceal ; Heb. '' chele," a prison)' i
his son.

105. Padraic (Patrick) : his son.
lOG. Donal : his son.

107. Donoch O'h-Dobharcon : his


Cairbre, a brother of Daire who is No. 91 on the " O'Connell" pedigree,
was the ancestor of O'JEirc ; anglicised Eark and Ercke.

91. Cairbre: son of Brian.

92. Earc (" earc" : Irish, speckled) :
his son ; a quo O'Eirc.

93. Oilioll Ceannfoda : his son.

94. Macearc : his son.

95. Greillean: his son.

96. Conall (or Amhalgadl ) : his


97. Cuan : his son.

98. Maoltuile : his son.

99. Muirt : his son.
100. Tuathal : his son.



EUS. 87


(fiinel lusdasach.)
Lords Portlester* and Viscounts BaUinglass.

Arms : Or, a saltire gu. Crest : A stag statant, betw. the horns a crucifix, all ppr
Supporters : Two angels ppr. Motto : Cur me persequeris ?

DONCHADH, a brother of Tadhg [Teige] who is No. 106 on the " O'Brien"
(of Thomond) pedigree, was the ancestor of Maclusdais ; anghcised

106. Donchadh : a son of Brian
Boroimhe, the 175th Monarch of

107. For



(or Pur) of Eaithear
his sonj a quo O'Foir
("por," gen. "poir":
Irish, seed, race, or clan), which be-
came Le Poer, modernized Power.

108. Bened of Eaithear Beneu-
daigh : his son.

109. lusdas (i.e., Lucas): his son;
a quo Maclusdais (" ios" or " fios" :
Irish, hioivledge, and " das," a desk),
and MacLucais ("luach": Irish,
reward, and " cas," hasty ; Heb.
*'chush"), anglicised Lucas.

110. Muiris: his son.

111. Nioclas: his son.

112. Eisdeard: his son.

113. Tomhas: his son.

114. Alasder : his son.

115. UilHam: his son.

116. Sheon : his son.

117. Sir Eadbhard : his £on.

118. Tomhas : his son.

119. Eisdeard : his son.

120. Margreagach: his son; had
three brothers — 1. Eamon, 2.
Builter, 3. Tomhas.

121. Eobeard (or Eobert) Eustace :
his son; had four brothers — 1.
Alaster. 2. Sheon. 3. Eisdeard.
L Another Eobeard.

* Portlester : This family was, according to MacFirbis, descended as here stated. In
Webb's Compendium of Irish Biograp)hy, it is stated that — *'Sir Eoland Eustace, or
Fitz Eustace, Lord Portlester, was descended from a branch of the Geraldines to whom
Henry II. had granted the country round Naas. In 1454 he was appointed Deputy to
Eichard, Duke of York; and again in 1462 he filled the same office for the Duke of
Clarence. Subsequently he was tried for plotting with the Earl of Desmond, and
acquitted. Created Portlester, he married Margaret, daughter of Janicho d'Artois, by
whom he had two daughters ; the elder married Gerald, 8th Earl of Kildare. He held
the office of 'Treasurer of Ireland for many years, and was in 1474 appointed to the
custody of the great seal, which six years afterwards he refused to surrender when the
King granted the post to another. This was for a time a great hindrance to public
business, until the King authorized the construction of a new great seal for Ireland by
Thomas Archbold, Master of the King's Mint in Ireland, and that in Eustace's hands
was 'damned, annulled, and suspended,' while his acts as Treasurer were _ also
repudiated . . . Eustace refused to give up the seal ; his son-in-law Kildare positively
declined to admit a new Lord Deputy, Lord Grey ; James Keating, Constable of Dublin
Castle, broke down the drawbridge, and defied the Deputy and his three hundred
archers and men-at-arms to gain admittance ; and the Mayor of Dublin proclaimed that
no subsidy should be paid the Earl ; while a parliament held at Naas repudiated Lord
Grey's authority ; and one summoned at Trim declared the proceedings of Kildare's
parliament at Naas null and void. Lord Portlester died 14th December, 1496, and was
buried at Cotlandstown, County of Kildare. Two monuments were erected to his
memory— one in the new abbey, KilcuUen, which he had founded in 1460 ; the other in
St. Audeon's Church, Dublin, where he had built a chapel to the Yirgin."

88 FEN.


FEN. [part III.


Arms : "We are unable at present to give the Arms of this family ; but the Crest* is
a mailed arm holding a halbert. Motto : Recte adhibito Deus adjuvat.

This is a Munster family of purely Irish origin ; descended from Fiangus,
who, according to the learned Professor O'Looney, was "Chief of a
district of country near Cashel of the Kings," in .the County Tipperary;
and a quo O'Fianngusa ("fiann": Irish, a soldier of the ancient Irish militia;
and " gus," strength), anglicised O'Fennessij, and Fennessy. Fiangus, as the
name implies, must have been a strongly-built man and a brave warrior.
Commencing with Richard Fennessy, who died A.D. 1747, the following is
the pedigree of this ancient family : —
1. Richard Fennessy t and Cathe

rine his wife held a large farm at
Ballynattin, near Clerihan, and a
few miles south of Cashel, in the
CO. Tipperary ; also farmed the
adjoining townland of Shanbally.
He died in 1747, leaving one son.

2. Richard (d. 1779): son of
Richard ; established a Nursery at
Ballynattin, the first of the kind in
Ireland ; m. and had eight sons and
four daughters : one of these daugh-
ters m. Bourke of Rouscoe, co.
Tipperary ; and another dau. m.
Nicholas White of Kilcarone. The
sons were :

I. John, a Nursery-man at Bally-
nattin, who m. Miss Murphy
of Ballinamona, near Cashel,
CO. Tipperary, and had no issue.

II. William, of whom presently.

III. David, who was an Army-
Surgeon, d. in Waterford, unm.

IV. Richard, who was by his
uncle WiUiam, of Limerick,
established in the Nursery in
Waterford which had been pre-
viously occupied since 1712 by
his uncle Nicholas, the VI.
son of Richard (No. 2) who d.

1779. This Richard m. Miss
Carey of the co. Kilkenny, and
dyin<5 at the age of 96 (worth
some £30,000), left four sons,
besides a daughter Catherine
(or " Kitty") who m. Timothy
Lundrigan of Castle Grace,
near Cloheen. The four sons
were : 1. Edward, 2. Richard,
3. David, 4. John.

I. Edward (d. 1873), who was
a Nursery-man in Waterford,
m. Mary Belcher of Water-
ford, and had three sons:

I. William-Henry (living in
1887), a Nursery -man in
Waterford ; was High Sher-
iff of Waterford in 1874;
m. Lilian Agnes, dau. of
Major Ranee, and has, be-
sides one daughter, two

I. Edward, and II. Arthur
— both living in 1887.

II. Edward, a Nursery-man at
Kilkenny, was High Sheriff
of that city in 1886.

III. Thomas, living in 1887.

II. Richard, m. Miss Jones of
London, and had a Nursery

* Crest: On a tombstone over the grave of Eichard Fennessy, in the churchyard of
Tullamelan, near Knocklofty, co. Tipperary, is an inscription, and a crest which is a
mailed arm holding a halbert.

t Femcssy : In Lenehan's History of Limerick we find amongst the names of those
who, in 1747, under the Act 13 Charles II., took the oaths of allegiance, the name of
liichard Fenecy (and his wife Catherine), farmer of Shanbally, co. Tipperary.



FEN. 89

at Islington ; emigrated to
Australia, and died there.

III. David, was an Attorney in
Waterford ; m. Miss O'Brien
of Waterford ; emigrated to
America, and d. s. p.

IV. John, who was a Nursery-
man in Kilkenny, m. Miss
Waring of that county, and
d. s. p.

V. Thomas : jBf th son of Eichard
(No. 2) ; was a Nursery -man at
Clonmel; m. Miss Daniel of
Powerbee, and had two sons
and three daughters. The sons

I. Eichard.

II. Hugh (alive in 1865), a
Nursery-man at Limerick,
who m. the widow of Mr.
Sargent, and had, besides
live daughters, three sons,
one of whom, Thomas, was
for some time Manager of
the Great Southern and
Western Eailway (Ireland).
This Thomas Fennessy emi-
grated to America, whither
his brothers had preceded

The three daughters of Thomas
(No. V.) were :

I. Ellen ; II. Mary ; and

III. Anne, who m. Mr. O'Sul-
livan, of Limerick.

VI. Nicholas : the sixth gon of
Eichard (No. 2) ; alive in 1732;
established in 1 7 1 2 the Nursery
in Waterford ; m. Margaret

. Power of Castle Blake, near
Ballynattin, and had two sons :
I. Thomas, who emigrated to

IL Eichard (b. 1719), who m.
and also went with his wife
and child to America in
1831; that child was a daugh-
ter, Nancy, who m. Henry
Wilkinson (alive in 1876),

Inspector of Light Houses at
Charleston, U. S. A.
VII. Michael: seventh son of
Eichard (No. 2) ; went to the
North of Ireland, married, and
settled on the estate of Lord
Londonderry; had one son
Eobert (b. 1791, d. 1847), who
joined the Army and was ap-
pointed Foreign Service Mes-
senger to the King, m. an Irish
lady and had three daughters
(married), and four sons : three
of the sons d. s. p., the youngest
Eodney is m. and living in
London in 1887.
VIIL Edward (or Ned), a Nur-
seryman at Ballynattin ; alive
in 1831 ; m. Miss Maher of
Cloneen ; having no issue he
willed the place to one of his
nieces, who m. Michael O'Don-
nell (d. 1855), of Seskin, near
3. William: second son of Eichard

(No. 2) ; was a Nursery-man at

Limerick and Castleconnell ; m.

Margaret Eyan of Bilboa Court, co.

Limerick, and had, besides eight

daughters, two sons :

I. Edward, who m. and d. in
Limerick, s. p.

II. Eichard (aUve in 1835), of
whom presently.

The eight daughters of William,
of Limerick, were :

I. Ellen, who d. unm.

II. Mary, ra. her cousin Eichard
Bourke, and with him emigrated
to America. In 1856 this
Eichard Bourke was Clerk of
the Court of Common Pleas in

III. Amelia, m. James Cooney,
and with him emigrated to
Australia, where they died s. p.

IV. Catherine, m. — MacCarthy,
and with him emigrated to
America, where they died,

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