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had:— 1. Mary, living in 1885;

2. Margaret, d. 20th July, 1830;

3. Another Margaret, who died in
infancy, 12th August, 1830; 4.
Catherine, died 20th Oct., 1831 ;

5. Patrick, died 14th July, 1831 ;

6. Bernard, d. 13th Sept., 1832;

7. John, died 30th Aug., 1838;

8. Helen, b. at Paisley, Scotland, in
1836, d. at Montreal, Canada, in
1852. Patrick O'Hara, m., secondly,
at St. Merrin's Church, Paisley,
Scotland, by Kev. John Carolan, to
Mary McGee, daughter of Ptichard
McGee and Margary McBride, his
wife (both of the co. Donegal), and
had ;

I. Catherine, d. in infancy.

II. Patrick, b. 1846, d. 1847.

III. William-Jerrold, of whom

lY. Jane, b. 1850, d. 1854.
V. John-Paul, b. 29th June, 1852,
living in 1885 ; m. Mary Wall,
and had: — 1. Florence-Mary-
May, d. ; 2. Catherine, 3. Annie,
4. Helen- Agnes ; 5. John-Paul,
d. 1884.
128. William-Jerrold O'Hara, of
Montreal, Canada ; son of Patrick ;
b. 14th April, 1848, at Montreal,
and living in 1887 ; m., 2nd Oct.,
1877, Annie - Elizabeth, third
daughter of Arthur McFaul, Esq.,
of Prescott, Ontario, Canada (for-
merly of the CO. Antrim, Ireland),
and had :

I. Grace - Evcleen - Annie -Marie,

living in 1885.
This William-Jerrold O'Hara is
the present representative of the
ancient family of O'Hara of the
Poute and Craigbilly, co. Antrim.


Cliiefs of Muscry-Luachra.

Arms : A dexter arm lying fessways, couped below the elbow, vested gu. turned up
of the first, grasping in the hand a sword in pale entwined with a serpent descending
all ppr.

The Oli-Aodha family (anglicised O'Hea, Hay, Hayes^ and Hughes) derives
its name and descent from Aodh (or Hugh), the ninth son of Cas, who is
No. 91 on the "O'Brien, Kings of Thomond" pedigree. They were
formerly Chiefs of Muscry-Luachra, a territory in the barony of Coshlea,
CO. Limerick, whence a branch of the sept removed into Carbry, in Cork,
where they became possessed of the lands called Pobble-O'Hea. Dr,
O'Donovan says that Muscry-Luachra bordered on Sliabh Luachra, in
Kerry ; and that the river Avonmore had its source in this district.
O'Heerin mentions the O'Heas, thus :

O'Hea, the bestower of cattle.

Enjoys the wide-extending M uscraighe- Luachra ;

The clan of the land of sweet songs.

Inhabit along the stream famed for salmon."

We learn that Brian O'Hea, erenach of the Egles Beg of Clonmacnoise,
died, 98G. Murray O'Hea, lord of Muscry-Luachra, died, 1009. Flan

CHAP. I.] o'flE.


o'he. 219

O'Hea, successor of St. Enda of Ara, died, 1110. Felix O'Hea, a
Cistercian monk, was appointed to the See of Lismore, on the death of
GioUa-Chriost (or Christian) O'Conarchy, in 1179 ; he died in 1217, and
was interred in the church of St. Carthach, at Lismore.

Timoleague is the burial place of the Carbery O'Heas, where a monu-
ment has been erected over their tomb.

The chief representative of the Desmond O'Heas in the middle of the
17th century was James O'Hea, of Gleann-a-Rouska ; whose daughter,
Ellen, by his wife, Joanna, daughter of William Gallwey (a descendant of
the great Gallwey of Kinsale), was married to William O'Brien of Seart-
barry, by whom she had a daughter, Joanna, who was grandmother (by
the mother of Mrs. Margaret Fitzgerald) of the House of Barry of Butte-
vant, and who lived to the age of 125 years, retaining her faculties to
within three hours of her death.

Another representative of this tribe was Cornelius O'Hea, of West
Barry-Roe, living in 1720 ; whose daughter, Helen, married James Barry, of
Mount Barry, co. Cork, son of William Fitz James Barry, by his wife, Ellen,
dau. of Mathew MacThomas O'Hea, of Kilkeiran, son of James Barry, of
Ballymacroheen, by his wife, Catherine, dau. of David Barry Ban, son of
James Barry of Lislee (near Court MacSherry), who commanded 150 men
in Barryroe in the year 1641 ; for which his estates were confiscated and
granted to King James II. These lands were purchased from the Govern-
ment, at Chichester House sale in Dublin, at the beginning of the last
century, by Mr. Von Homrigh, who sold them to the Bev. Dr. Synge, by
whose representatives they are now held.

We learn that the chief representatives of this ancient family are (in^
1887) :—

John O'Hea, Woodfield, Lisavaird, Clonakilty.

Michael O'Hea, Keelrovane, do. do,

James O'Hea, Baltinakin, Kilbrittain.

Eev. John O'Hea, The Square, Clonakilty.

James O'Hea, Lissycrimeen, BullerstowHj
Jeremiah O'Hea, C.C., Bantry.

Mr. Patrick O'Hea, Solicitor, 44 Grand Parade, Cork, is, we learn, also
a scion of the Carbery sept of O'Hea.

Bandon ; and the Rev.


Of Ballyiuorny, County Cm'L
Arms : Gu. a chev. ar. betw. three owls ppr.

William O'Hierlyhy, of Bally-
worny, co. Cork, had :

2. Daniel, who had :

3. William, who had :

4. Danie], who d. 2 Mar., 1637.
This Daniel m. twice ; his first wife

was Giles, dau. of Art O'Leary, by
whom he had four sons :

I. William.

II. Teige.

III. Daniel.

IV. Thomas.

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OHO. [part III.

The second wife of Daniel was
Sheela, dau. of Maelmor Mahony,
by whom he had four sons :

V. Connor.

VI. Maurice.

VII. Donogh.

VIII. David.

5. AVilliam O'Herlihy
of Daniel.

eldest son


(See "Hogan," page 96, ante.)

Besides the Armorial Bearings assigned to this family in p. 93, they had :
Arms: At. on a chev. sa. three martlets of the field. Crest: An ostrich's head
betw. two feathers or.

COSGRACH, second son of Lorcan, who is No. 103 on the "O'Brien," Kings
of Thomond Stem, was the ancestor of this family. They were Chiefs of
Crioch Cian, a territory in the principality of Ormond, and had a fortified
residence at Ardcrouy, a parish in the barony of Lower Ormond ; and
another at Bally lusky, in the same territory. On a stone slab in the old
castle of Beechwood, is the date 1594, with the initials 0. H. ; from
which it would appear that this was one of the residences of the O'Hogans,
princes of Crioch Cian, from whom it passed to the Tolers. It would
appear that a branch of this family settled in the county of Kildare soon
after the Anglo-Norman Invasion, as a Dominican friary had been founded
at Athy, by some members of the family, in 1253.
O'Heerin says : —

" O'Hoofan of Crich Cian rules over
Clan lonmanain of the fair lands."

In 1281, Mathew O'Hogan, a native of Ballyhogan, dean of Killaloe,
who was advanced to that see in 1267, died, and was interred in the
Dominican convent at Limerick. He was succeeded by his kinsman,
Maurice O'Hogan, who was consecrated in 1282 ; who governed his see
for seventeen years ; and, dying, was interred in the cathedral. Thomas
O'Hogan, canon of Killaloe, was consecrated bishop of that see in 1343.
He died in the month of October, 1354, and was interred in the Domini-
can friary of^Nenagh. B-ichard O'Hogan, a native of Limerick, a Franciscan
friar, was consecrated bishop of Killaloe in 1525. His translation to
Clonmacnoise, where he died in 1538, is the last record we have of this
ancient family.


O'HURLEY.* (No. 1.)

Lords of Knocklong.

The O'h-Urthaile^ or 0' Hurley family derive their sirname and descent
from Urthail4 Ard, son of Heber (of the race of Brenan Ban), son of
Blad, son of Cas (a quo Dal Gas or the Dalcassians), son of Con all Eachluath^
who is No. 90 on the " O'Brien " (of Thomond) genealogy. The O'Hurleys
were formerly Chiefs of the territory forming the parish of Knocklong,
in the barony of Cositlea, county of Limerick, where the ruins of their
castle of Knocklong, and of an old church, the foundation of this family,
still exist ; of the parish of Kilruane, in the barony of Lower Ormond,
county of Tipperary, where the ruins of their ancient castle of Eath-
Hurly may be seen; of the country forming the parish of Kilcullane,
barony of Small county, county of Limerick, where they erected the castle of
Kilcullane in 1464; of the parish of Kilnelonahan, in the baronies of
Coshma and Pubblebrien, same county, where Dermod O'Hurley, Chief
of his Clan, built a strong castle in the early part of the 15th century;
and (as we are informed by Giolla na-Neev O'Heerin) of the territory of
Triocha-Hy-Bloid, the situation of which cannot now be correctly ascer-

Commencing with Dermod na Darach, the following is the family
pedigree ;

1. Dermod na Darach.

2. Donogh an Caladh: his son.

3. Donal Oge : his son.

4. Murchadh M6r : his son.

5. John Mor : his son.

11. William : his son.

12. Heber : his son.

13. Urthaile : his son.

14. Tadg (or Teige) : his son.

15. Donogh Airm : his son.

6. Connor an Locha : his son. i 16. Cormac : his son.

7. Thomas : his son.

8. Kaghnal : his son.

9. Philip : his son.
10. Maurice : his son.

17. Teige : his son.

18. William Ganaig : his son.

19. Cormac : his son.

20. Donal : his son.

* O'Hurley. Dermot O'Hurley, Arclibishop of Cashel, was born near Limerick,
about 1519. Educated for the priesthood, he resided at Louvain for fifteen years, and
held the chair of Canon Law at Rheims for four years. On the 11th September, 1581,
he was appointed by Pope Gregory XIII. to the See of Cashel. For two years govern-
ment spies sought opportunities to seize him, but their plans were frustrated by the
fidelity of his co-religionists. At length he was arrested and brought before the Privy
Council for examination. He was horribly tortured. The executioners placed the
Archbishop's feet and calves in tin boots filled with oil ; they then fastened his feet in
wooden shackles or stocks, and placed fire under them. The boiling oil so penetrated
the feet and legs that morsels of the skin, and even flesh, fell off and left the bone bare.
The Archbishop resolutely refused to purchase a cessation of his torments by acknow-
ledging the Queen's supremacy in matters of religion. An end was put to his suffer-
ings by his being hanged on a tree outside Dublin, 19th June, 1584. He was buried in
St. Kevin's, Dublin.

t 0'h-Urthail4 : For an O'h-Urthuile iamily^ see No. 99 on the *'MacNamaia"
(No. 1) Genealogy. Oli-Urtktiile dXso has been anglicised O'Riirley, etc.

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O'hUR. [part III.

From DoNAL No. 20 Descended :

1. Teige O'Hurley, Chief of his
name, and lord of Knocklong :
father of :

2. Dermod, of Knocklong, who
had a daughter JuHana (who was
m. to Edmund Oge de Courcy, of
Kinsale, by whom she had John,
the 18th Baron of Kinsale), and two
sons: — I.John; 2. Thomas.

3. Thomas, of Knocklong :
younger son of Dermod ; attended
Perrott's memorable Parliament of
1585. Had two sons — 1. Kandal,
founder of Ballinacarrig Castle ; 2.

4. Maurice of Knocklong : second
son of Thomas, whose Will, dated
1634, is in the Public Eecord Office,
Dublin. In 1601, he obtained a
Patent for a weekly market to be
held at Knocklong on Tuesdays ;
and two fairs each year, to be held
on the 28th of May and 1st of Oc-
tober. He m. twice : first, Kacia
Thornton, who d. s. p. ; and
secondly, Crania, dau. of O'Hogan,
by whom he had a son. Sir Thomas
of Knocklong, of whom presently.
This Maurice d. circa 1632, and was

interred in the churchyard of Emly,
where a slab four feet long by two
and a half feet in breadth, exhibit-
ing the inscription,* given in foot
Note, was erected to his memory.
The inscription is in relief ; and at
the lower corner of the slab is carved
an old tree, in allusion to the
ancient seal of Knocklong, the old
name of which was Cnoc-na-Daraighf
i.e. the " Hill of Oaks."

5. Sir Thomas of Knocklong : son
of Maurice ; m. Joanna, dau. of John
Brown, of Mount Brown, county of
Limerick, and had :

I. Sir Maurice, of whom presently.

II. John, who had, besides three
daughters, a son John, who had
a son John, who was a Colonel
in the army of King James II.,
King of England.

I. Catherine, who m. Pierce, Lord

II. Anne, who married Daniel

III. Grace, who m. Walter Bourke.

IV. Elinora, who m. David Barry,
of Rahinisky, by whom she had

* Inscription : The following is a true copy of that inscription :

" Per illustris Dominus D. Mauritius Hurleus Armiger Monumentum,
Hoc sibi sisq. charissimus conjugibus Granise Hoganae et
Kaciae Thorentonse totiq. posteritati posuit elaborariq. fecit.

An. Di. 1632.
Hie jacet Hospitii, columen, pretatis Asylum,

Ingenio clarus, clarus et eloquio,
Laus patrice, litum supssor, pacis amator,

Regula justitiae, religiones ebur,
Hostibus Hurleus fuit hostis, amicus

Mauricius moderans tempora temporibus,
Fax tidei, fulcrum miserorum, gemma vivorum,

Stemmatis antiqui gloria magna sui.
Huic decus, huic probitas, suis corporis integra mille

Naturas dotes unicus omne capit.
Vixisti mundo, vives in saecula vivis,

Fortuna f elix prole perexinia,
Ergo vive Deo vivo cui vivere vita est

Sic tibi dante Deo vita prennis erit.
Sumptibus Hurltei fabricarunt hoc Monumentum,
Patricius Kerryl, Nicholaus Cowly."

CHAP. I.] o'HUR.


o'hur. 223

Edmund, Queen Anne's foster-

6. Sir Maurice, of Knocklong,
who was a Member of the '' Supreme
Council" of Kilkenny, in 1647.
His estates were seized by Crom-
well, who transplanted the old
Baronet to Galway, where he d. in
1683. His son:

7. Sir William sat in King
James's Parliament, of 1689, as
M.P. for Kilmallock. He m. Mary,

dau. of Colonel Blount (by his wife,
the sister of Walter Bourke above
mentioned), and had :

8. Sir John Hurley, who, in 1714,
was arrested in Dublin, on a charge
of having raised a body of troops for
the " Pretender." He made his
escape from prison, but of his sub-
sequent career we know nothing.
Had a son John. The descendants
of this John lived at Drumacoo,
near Kinvara, in 1840.

O'HURLEY. (No. 2.)
Of Ballinacarnga.

Eandal : son of Thomas O'Hurley,
who is No. 3 on the foregoing
genealogy, and who attended
Perrott's Parliament in 1585,
erected the Castle of Ballinacarrig,
near Dunmanway, in the county of
Cork. He m. Catherine Collins,
dau. of O'Collins, a Chief in Carbery,
and had :

5. Randal Oge Dubh, who married
Ellen de Courcy, dau. of John,
18th Baron of Kinsale, and had :

6. Eandal Oge Beagh, who was
outlawed by the English in 1641.
He m. twice : first, a dau. of Teige
Oursie MacCarthy, of Dunmanway,
by whom he had :

I. Randal.

His second wife was the widow
of Gerald, 19 th Lord of Kinsale, by
whom he had :

H. " Dermond," mentioned in
the "Depositions" made in
III. Daniel, called "of Drom-

7. Randal : the eldest son of Ran-
dal Oge Beg ; m. his cousin Ellen
Collins, and had issue by her six
sons — two were priests, two were

killed in war by the English, and
two left issue. This Randal Oge
Beg was " outlawed" with his father
in 1641.

8. Randal of Ballinacarriga : his
eldest son ; married, and had issue : —
his one dau. Angelina m. to Cormac
Glas MacCarthy, who is No. 125 on
the MacCarthy Glas pedigree, p. 134.

9. Randal : his son ; married and
had issue.

10. Randal : his son ; had three
sons — Randal Oge, Teige, and

11. Randal Oge: his son; mar-
ried, and had issue : —

I. John, who emigrated to America
with his family in or about

II. William, of whom presently,

III. Jeremiah, m. and had issue.

12. William : son of Randal Oge ;
m. and had issue :

I. James ; and

II. Jeremiah, who married a Miss
D'Esmond, and had issue,
Richard, who emigrated ; other
sons died.

13. James: his son; m. a Miss
D'Esmond, and had issue.

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o'hur. [part IIL

I. William.

II. Anne, m. to Ilichard Brad-
field, of Kilowen, on the river
Bandon, has issue.

III. Ellen, m. to Timothy O'Sul-
livan, parish of Murragh, and
has issue.

14. William O'Hurley, of Ballina-
carriga : only son of James ; m. Miss
Annie O'Crowley, living in 1887,
and has issue by her ;

I. James.

II. Mary.

III. Jeremiah.

IV. John.
Y. Daniel.

VI. Ellen.

VII. William.

VIII. Hannah.

IX. Timothy ; and

X. Annie.

15. James : son of William O'Hur-
ley of Ballinacarriga.

This family is distinguished as
Na-Carriga, or heirs to the Ballina-

carriga Castle estates

who emigrated to


12. Jeremiah; the third son
Randal Oge ; m. and had issue.

13. James : his eldest son ; m.
Julia D'Esmond ; lived at Murragh,
and afterwards at Farranavaiie,
north of Bandon ; had issue :

I. Jeremiah, d. s. p.

II. James, of whom below.

III. Humphry

IV. Jeremiah of Murragh, near
Palace Anne, m. a Miss But-
timer, and has fourteen sons
and six daus. ; living in 1887.

V. William emigrated to America.

VI. Maurice, of Farranavane, m.
Joanna Canty, and has issue
by her — James, Denis, Hum-
phry, Julia, Mary-Anne, Mar-
garet, and Joanna.

VII. Mary, m. Jeremiah O'Sulli-
van (O'JSullivan M6r family), of
Scartnamuck, north of Bandon,
and has issue living in 1887 — -
Kate, Julia, Ellen, Daniel,
Mary- Anne, James, Timothy,
Annie, and Jeremiah.

14. James O'Hurley, of Farrana-
vane : his son ; m. Kate Kehely
of Farranthomas, and has had
issue by her — James (d. unm.),
Mathew, Humphry, Julia,
Mary- Anne, Jeremiah, Maurice,
and Kate.

15. Mathew O'Hurley : his son.
(This branch of the family is also

known as Na-Carriga.)


O'HURLEY. (No. 3.)
Of Tralee.

John O'Hurley, a younger son of
Sir Thomas, who (seep. 222) is No.
5 on the Knocklong branch of this
family, had :

7. John, a Colonel in the Army
of King James IL, who had :

8. Charles, who had :

9. Donogh, who m. Anne, dau. of
Robert Bienerhassett (by his wife
A vice Conway), and had five sons :

I. Charles, of whom presently.

I II. Thomas, who m. the dau. oi

Thomas Bienerhassett.

! III. John.

i IV. Donogh.

I V. William.

I And three daughters :

I I. Alice.

I II. Avice.

! III. Sarah.

i 10. Charles, who had:

I 11. John, who had two sons ;



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I. The Eev. R. C. Hurley, V.G.

II. John.

12. John : second son of John ;
was a Clerk of the Crown for the
CO. of Cork, and, at his decease (in
185 — ) left two sons :

I. John, of Fenit.

II. Robert.

13. Robert Conway O'Hurley:

second son of John. Was twice
married ; first, to a dau. of Arthur
Blennerhassett, of Ballyseedy ; and,
secondly, to Miss Colleton, dau.
of Sir R. Colleton, Bart. This
Robert was alive in 1865, was a
Barrister-at-Law, and a Member of
the Munster Bar.

O'KEEFFE.* (No. 1.)
Chiefs of Fermoy, and more lately of Pohhle O'Keeffe.

Arms: Vert a lion ramp. or. in chief two dexter hands couped at the wrist
erect and apaum^e of the last. Crest : A griffin pass, or, holding in the dexter claw
a sword ppr.

^NEAS, the first Christian King of Munster, who is No. 91 on the " Line
of Heber," p. 70, had a son named Eochaidh (or Eocha) Areamh, also
called Eocha Fionn, who was the third Christian King of Munster. and the
ancestor of O'Caoimhe (by some written O'Cefada) ; anglicised O'Keeffe and

91. JEneas: the first Christian
King of Munster.

92. Eocha Areamh : his son ; the
third Christian King.

93. Criomthan-Sreabh : his son;
the fourth Christian King. This
Criomthan had five sons — 1. Cairbre
Crom, who was the seventh Chris-
tian King ; 2. Aodh Crom, the
tenth Christian King ; 3. Cormac ;
4. Fiachra ; and 5. Scannall.

94. Cairbre Crom : son of Criom-

95. Aodh : his son.

96. Cathal : his son.

97. Cugan Mathair : his son.

98. Fionghin : his son.

99. Cathal Ginasth : his son.

100. Art : his son.

101. Gorman : his son.

102. Fionghin Cingegan : his son.

103. Caornh (" caomh :" Irish,

gentle; Ar. "kom," nohle ; Lat.
" com-is") : his son; a quo O'Caoimhe ;
living in 950.

104. Cathal : his son.

105. Donogh : his son.

106. Aodh : his son ; first assumed
the sirname 0' Keeffe.

107. Donal : his son.

108. Fionghin: his son.

109. Aodh : his son.

110. Fionghin: his son.

111. Mahon : his son.

112. Eoghan : his son.

113. Connor: his son.

114. Art : his son,

115. Donal: his son.

116. Art : his son.

117. Donal : his son.

118. Mahon : his son.

119. Art : his son.

120. Donal: his son.

121. Art : his son ; m. Elana, dau.

* O'KeeJ^e : This family originally possessed the southern half of ancient Feara
if wigr^e (now " Fermoy"), from which they were driven after the English invasion,
when they settled at Duhallow, in the district known as Pohhle 0' Keeffe.

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o'ke. [part III.

of Connor, son of Donogh MacTeige
Roe O'Callaghan, by whom (who d.
18th Oct., 1593) he left issue:—

1. Art Oge ; 2. Manus, who m. the
dau. of Sir Donogh MacCarthy
Riabhach; 3. Aodh; 4. Donal; and
a dau. who m. Murrogh na-Mort
McSweeney. This Art, who died
21st March, 1582, was "seized in
fee of the castle, town, and lands of
Dromagh, containing one quarter of
land of Cullyne, of one quarter of
land of Dwargan, and one quarter
of Claragh, all situate, lying, and
being in the county of Cork, and
barony of Duhallow, and held from
the queen in capite.

122. Art Oge: his son; b. A.D.
1547, and d. 31st May, 1610; m.
Honoria, dau. of Dermod MacConal
MacCarthy of Inniskean, in Carbry
(by his wife Eleanor, dau. of Sir
Cormac MacCarthy Riabhach), by
whom he left issue: — 1. Manus;

2. Donal, of Ballymacquirk ; 3.
Donagh, of Cuilbeggan, who died
14th May, 1614, leaving a son
Donal, b. 1610.

123. Manus: son of Art Oge (of
Dromagh); b. 1567; m. and left
issue : — 1. Donal ; 2. Aodh. This
Manus was styled " chief of his

124. Donal of Dromagh : his son ;
married thrice : 1st, the dau. of his
kinsman Art O'KeefFe ; 2ndly, the
dau. of Thomas Creagh of Limerick ;
and 3rdly, a dau. of Lord Viscount

Roche, of Fermoy, by whom he had
issue : — 1. Donal ; 2. Aodh ; 3. Con-
nor ; 4. Eleanor ; 5. Caomh ; and
6. Art.

125. Donal of Dromagh : his son :
was a member of the ^' Catholic
Convention" of 1647, and had the
command of a company of Foot in
the Irish army. He m. Johanna
Everett, alias Butler, by whom he
had a son :

126. Donal of Dromagh, who com-
manded a company of Foot in the
service of James II. of England, at
Aughrim, where he was slain. He
m. twice; 1st, Elizabeth Roche;
and 2ndly, Anne, dau. of Dominick
Sarsfield, of Cork, by whom he had
a son :

127. Donal Oge, who was an ensign
in Boiseleau's infantry, and distin-
guished himself on many a far
foreign field from Dunkirk to Bel
grade ; m. and had issue : — 1. Denis ;

2. Caemh (of Bandon) ; 3. Arthur ;
and 4. Mary Anne.

128. Arthur : his son : m. the dau.
of Eoghan MacSweeney, by whom
he had a son :

129. Daniel (of Bandon). This
Daniel m. Mary, dau. of Cornelius
O'Delany, by whom he had issue : —
1. Arthur, 2. Caemh, 3. Cornelius, 4.
William, 5. Joseph, and 6. Francis.

130. Arthur : his son (who died
Nov. 5th, 1828); married and had
issue : — 1. Caemh, 2. Eoghan, and

3. Arthur.

O'KEEFFE. (No. 2.)
Of Ballymacquirk.

123. Donal (or Daniel) : second
son of Art Oge, w^ho is No. 122 on
the foregoing ("O'Keefife") pedigree;
commanded a company of foot in

the battle of Knockinross, in 1641.
He m. Mary, dau. of Eoghan Vera
O'Sullivan, of Cappanacusha, in the
county of Kerry, by whom he left

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ssue — 1. Finghia; 2. Art, who
bllowed the fortunes of Charles II.,
iing of England, and ia whose
ervice he commanded a company
>f foot, and in whose Declaration of
ioyal gratitude he had a proviso
nade for him ; and 3. Denis, whose
;on Connor became Lord Bishop of
jimerick, and founded three
Bourses in the College of Lombards
n Paris, for the education of three
Catholic clergymen.

124. Finghin: his son; m. Honoria,
lau. of Brian O'Connor-Kerry; he
I. in A.D. 1667.

125. Donal : his son ; m. Margaret,
lau. of Nicholas Hutson of New-
narket, in the county of Cork.
Chis Donal raised a company of
oofc for King James II., in whose
lernce he fought and fell at

126. Arthur: his son: slain at

Aughrim ; m. and left issue : — 1.
Hutson ; 2. Nicholas, who followed
James II. to France ; and 3. a

127. Hutson: his son; settled in
Religny, in the province of Cam-
pagne, in France, where he m.
Reine Jacquetnart, by whom he had
an only dau. Jane.

128. Jane O'Keeffe : his dau. ; in
1738, m. Gabriel Deville. She d.
in 1768, leaving issue :

129. Captain Nicholas Gabriel
Deville; born March 8th, 1741.
This Nicholas, who was Secretary
to his "Most Christian Majesty,"
m. Maria Regina Fauchsux, by

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