I. This Norah, of whom presently. ;
II. Mary, who manied ^lichael .
Geraghty (or Garrett), of Kin-
naird, above mentioned, and
had : 1. Michael, who m., and
emigrated to America in 1847 ;
andhadissue; living (1887) in
Deerpark, Maryland, U.S.A.
2. Patrick, of Kinnaird, who
m. Mary Sheridan, and had
issue ; this Patrick and his
family emigrated to America,
in the Spring of 1883, and are
living (1"87) in Deerpark,
Maryland. 3. John, who emi
grated to America with hi
brother Michael, in 1847. 4.
A daughter, who d. unra. 5.
Mary, who m. Michael Gilboy,
and had issue.
III. Bridget, who was the second
wife of Patrick Walsh of
Cloonagh, in the parish of
Moygownagh, in the said
barony of Tyrawley, and had :
1. Margaret, who m. Thomas
Fuery, and with him emigrated
to America. 2. Walter, who
also emigrated to the New-
IV' Margaret,^ who m. Thomas
Regan, of Moygownagh, above
mentioned, and had two chil-;
dren — 1. Mary, 2. Patrick (1.)
This Mary (<l. 1881), m. John
(died in 1886), eldest son of
Martin Hart, of Glenhest, and
had issue (2.) Patrick, d. young.
127. Norah Kilroy: eldest daughter.
of Peter ; m. John O'Hart, and'
(see No. 124 on the "O'Hart'*
genealogy) had :
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:^HAP. III.] KIL.
I. Michael ; II. Michael : both of
whom d. in infancy.
III. Rev. Anthony, a Catholic
Priest, of the diocese of
Killala, who d. 7th Mar., 1830.
IV. Mary, who d. unm. in 1831.
V. Anne(d 1841), who m. James
Fox (d. 1881), of Crossmolina,
and had: 1. Mary (living in
1887), who m. J. Sexton, of
Eockfort, Illinois, U.S.A., and
had issue; 2. Anne, who d.
VI. Bridget (deceased), who m.
John Keane, of Cloonglasna,
near Ballina, Mayo, and had
issue — now (1887) in America.
VII. Patrick (d. in America,
1819) who married Bridget
Mannion (d. 1849), and. had
two children, who d. in infancy.
VIII. Catherine (d. in Liverpool,
1852), who m. John Divers,
and had : 1. Patrick, 2. John,
IX. John, of whom presently.
X. Martin, who d. in infancy.
128. John O'Hart (living in 1887),
of Ringsend, Dublin : son of said
Norah Kilroy ; who (see No. 125 on
the '* O'Hart" pedigree) m. Eliza
Burnet (living in 1887), on the
25th May, 1845, and had: 1.
Fanny; 2. Patrick; 3. Mary (d.
1880); 4. Margaret; 5. Eliza; 6.
Nanny; 7. John-Anthony (d. in
infancy) ; 8. Louiba ; 9. Hannah ;
10. Francis- Joseph, who d. in in-
129. Patrick Andrew O'Hart, of 45
Dame Street, Dublin: son of John ;
Jivinoj unm. 1887.
Arms : Same as those of " O'Farrell."
^USLIABH, brother of Giolla losa who is No. 109 on the ** O'Farrell" pedi-
;ree, was the ancestor of MacConsleihhe ; anglicised heavy.
109. Cushliabh ("cu:" Irish, a
ound ; " sliabh," a mountain), mean-
Qg " the warrior of the mountain" :
on of Braon O'Farrell ; a quo Mac-
110. Cuchaille : his son.
111. Eichtighearna : his son.
112. Cacatha MacConshleibhe : his
on ; first assumed this sirname.
113. Maolseaghlainn : his son.
114. Sitric: his son.
115. Giolla Chriosd : his son.
116. Maolseaghlainn (2): his son.
117. Giolla (or William): his son.
118. Owen MacConsleibhe (or
O'Leavy) : his son.
LEYDON, or LIDDANE.
Chiefs in Tlpperarij.
Arms : Ar. three eagles' heads erased sa.
)SGAR, son of Onchu who is No. 75 on the " O'Connor" (Corcomroe)
)edigree, had two sons — 1. Cuerc, who was ancestor of Quirk; and 2.
LYN. [part III.
Fraoch, who was the ancestor of O'Liodham* anglicised Leydon, Laydm,
75. Osgar : son of Onchu.
76. Fraoch : his son.
77. Carthann : his son.
78. Lonan : his son.
79. Seannagh : his son.
80. Laphan (" lapa" : Irish, tJie
lap) : his son ; a quo O'Laphain,
81. Brocan (or Breoghan) : his
82.'Felim (or Fild) : his son.
83. Maolruanaidh : his son.
84. Fiangus : his son ; a quo
O'Fianngusa, anglicised O^Fennessy^
85. Seartach : his son.
86. Saortliuile : his son.
87. Mugna: his son.
88. Liodhan ("liodhan :" Irish,
fJie Litany) : his son ; a quo
Arms : Sa. three lynxes pass guard ar. Crest : On a ducal coronet, or, a lynx,
as in the arms.
CoNLA, a brother of Connall, who is No. 92 on the " Guinness" pedigree,
was the ancestor of 0' Leathlabhair (of the Line of Ir), which has been
anglicised Laidor,X and Lalor ; and of Muintir Loingsigh, or O'Loingsighy of
Ulster, anglicised Linch, Lynch, Linskey, and LynsJcey.
of 99. Tomaltach :
92. Conla : son of Caolbha.
93. Eochaidh : his son ; King
Ulster for 26 years.
94. Baodan : his son.
95. Fiacha : his son.
96. Eochaidh larlaith : his son.
97. Leathlabhar : his son.
101. Leathlabhar :
of Ulster, for 15
102. Eiteach : his son.
his son ; King
years ; a quo
* O'Liodhain : This Irish sirname has been angHcised Leyden, Laydon, Leighton,
Leydon, Leyton, Lighten, Litton, Loudon, Lydoo, Lyddoa, Lytton, etc.
f Fennessy : For the derivation of this sirname see the •' Fennessy" pedigree, page
88, where, because the family originally bel mged to the co. Tipperary, it was our i
mistake to include the pedigree among the " Heber Genea'ogies." But in our research
we have since found that Fiangus, who is No. 84 on the " Leydon" pedigree, was the
ancestor of the family, which is therefore of Irian or v^in ; and which was located in
the territory now known as the barony of Ov/nybeg in the County Tipperary, of whicl
territory the descendants of Aongus Fionn, son of Fergus Mor, who is No. 64 on tb
" Line of Ir," page 301, were chiefs.
i^'irceighid, another son of the said Fergus Mor, was the ancestor of th
JEocfhanacht Ara- Clinch, a. district in the County Limerick bordering on Tipperary
and Finfailig, another son of the said Fergus Mor, was the ancestor of O'Dugan ai
(/Cosgruve, chiefs of Fermoy, County Cork. — ISee the "Dugan" pedigree, p. 208.
% Laivlor : For the derivation of this sirname, see No. 104 on the " Lawlor" (
Monaghan) pedigree, in the " Heremon Genealogies."
€HAP. III.] LYN.
Irish, a mariner):
(" longseach : "
his son : a quo
104. Aodh : his son
Ulster for five years.
105. Doncha: his son.
According to another Genealogy, Nicholas, brother of James le Petito
who is No. 2 on the "Petit" pedigree, was the ancestor of Lynch, of the
county Galway ; but either that genealogy, or the pedigree of Fetit (or
" Le Petit," as the name was first spelled) must be inaccurate : the
" Lynch" (which is as follows) exceeding the "Petit" pedigree by thirteen
generations, in five hundred years, from the common stock.
1. William le Petito.
2. Nicholas de Linch : his son
a quo Linch and Lynch.
3. John : his son.
4. Maurice : his son.
5. Hugh : his son.
6. David : his son.
7. Thomas : his son.
8. James : his son.
9. Thomas (2) : his son.
10. David (2) : his son.
11. Thomas (3): his sfon.
12. James (2) : his son.
13. Thomas (4) : his son.
14. John Buidhe: his son.
15. Thomas (5) : liis son.
16. Henry : his son.
17. Robuc : his son.
18. Arthur: his son.
19. Stephen : his son.
20. Nicholas (2) : his son.
21. Sir Henry : his son.
22. Sir Robuc Linch : his son.
Anns : Vert a lion ramp. or. on a chief ar. a dexter hand couped at the wrist gu.
letw. in the dexter a crescent of the last, and in the sinister a mullet sa. Crest : A bear
imp. sa. muzzled or.
•"OGHARTACH, brother of Aidan, who is No. 97 on the " Guinness" pedigree,
iras the ancestor of MacArtain ; modernized MacArtan.
97. Foghartach : son of Mongan.
98. Grontach : his son.
99. Artan (" art :" Irish, a god, a
tone, noble) : his son ; a quo Mac
100. Onchu : his son.
101. Crumna Crioch (" crioch :"
rish, a country or perfection) : his
m; a quo Cree.
102. Conor Aich ("aicid:" Irish,
ckness; Gr. "ach-os") : his son.
103. Eachach : his son.
104. Searrach : his son.
105. Ranall : his son.
106. Ceneth : his son.
107. Gillcolum : his son.
108. Donall : his son.
109. Donoch : his son.
110. Shane (or John) : his son.
111. Tomhas Mor : his son.
112. Tomhas 0,i<e : his son.
113. Searrach Mor: his son.
114. Giolla Padraic : his son.
115. Donall (2): his son.
116. Gilgree Fionn : his son.
117. Gillcolum (2): his son.
118. Eachrailidh : his son.
119. Aodh (or Hugh) : his son.
120. Tirlach : his son.
121. Felim : his son.
122. Eachmilidh (2) : his son.
123. Felim (2) : his son.
124. Patrick MacArtan : his son.
:J20 MAC. IRISH PEDIGREES. MAC. [PART III.
Chiefs of Kinealartij, County Down.
Arms : Vert a lion ramp, or, on a chief ar. a crescent betw. two doxter hands
couped at the wrist gu. Crest : A lunce erect or, headed ar. entwined with a snake
descending vert. Motto : Buallim se (I strike him).
Feargan, a brother of Connall, who is Xo. 92 on the " Guinness" pedigree,
was the ancestor of MacCartain ; modernized Cartau, Carton, MacCartan,
son of Caolbhadh.
93. Mongan : his son.
94. Fogartach : his son.
95. Ciuinneith : his son.
96. Artan :* his son ; a quo Mac
^r/ai7i(aughcised MacCartan), Lords
of ^'MacArtan's Country," called,
after him, Kinealarfij, now the name
of a barony in the county Down.
97. Cuoincon : his son ; Lord of
98. Crum na Cmach (" cruach :"
Irish, a stack) : his son ; a quo
CroJce,^ CrooJce, and Stack. I
99. Concruach : his son.
100. Eochaidh : his son; first as-
sumed the sirname MacCartan ; had
a brother named Eocha Oge.
101. Searran : his son.
102. Bugmaille : his son.
103. Ciannait : his son.
104. Gillcolum : his son.
105. Donall : his son.
106. Fionnach (or Donoch) : his
107. Shane (or John) : his son.
108. Tomhas : (" tomhais :" Irish,
io measure) : his sou ; a quo Mac
Tomhais, and MacTamais, anglicised
Thomas, Thorn, Toms, MacThomas,
Tomson, Thomson, Thom]osoi\, Tomhins,
109. Tomhas Oge: his son.
110. Searran (2): his son.
111. Giollapadraic : his son.
112. GioUapadraic Oge: his son*
a quo Killpatrick ; had a brother
113. Giolgaginn: son of Giolla-
114. Giollacolum ("colum:" Irish^
a dove) : his son ; a quo O'Gikoluim,
anglicised Gilcolm, Colum, and
115. Eachmilidh : his son.
116. Aodh (or Hugh) : his son.
117. Torlogh : his son.
118. Felim (or Phelim) : his son.
119. Eachmilidh (2) : his son.
120. Ftlini (2) : his son ; had two
brothers — 1 . Donall, and 2. Anthony;
died in 1631.
121. Patrick MacCartan, of Bally-
dromroe : son of Felim.
122. John: his son; left Ireland
in the service of King James the
Second; living in 1691.
123. Anthony: his son; followed
King James the Second, and became
a Captain in the Irish Brigade ii
the French Service.
124. Antonie Joseph: his son; i
* Artan ; See the derivation of this name in the foregoing ("Mac Artan"
t CroJce : While the Crolce here mentioned is of Irish origin, there i^ amon? th
JIufftmiot is.m\liea given infra, a sirname which has been modernized " Crjke." — Se
X Stack : Some genealogists consider that this family is of Danish extraction.
CHAP. III.] MAC.
125. Andronicus : his son ; was
Medical Doctor, and had a brother
who was also an M.D.
Arms : Ar. a lion ramp. betw. four trefoils slipped vert, in chief a lizard pass, of the
Last. Ci-est : A fox's head couped gu. holding in the mouth a snake ppr. Motto : Fear
jharbh ar mait.
iNBEiTH, brother of Brocan, who is No. 103 on the " Shanley" pedigree,
;vas the ancestor of MacSeairaigh ; anglicised MacGarry, 3fagarry, CoUsman,
103. Anbeith : son of Eolus.
104. Muireadach : his son.
105. Eachmarc : his son.
106. Searrach ("seairach:" Irish,
I colt) : his son ; a quo MacSeair-
107. Fionn : his son.
108. Luachcas (" luach ;" Irish,
wages ; " cas," money') : his son.
109. Maothan ('' maoth :" Irish,
'ender) : his son ; a quo O'Maoith-
lin, anglicised CMeehan and Meehan.
110. Math a : his son.
111. Gormgall : his son.
112. Eachmarc (2) : his son.
113. Maccraith : his son.
114. Simeon : his son.
115. Donall: his son.
116. Amhailgadh [awly] : his son.
117. Awly Oge : his son.
118- Gillchriosd : his son.
119. Maccraith (2) : his son.
120. Thomas Mor : his son.
121. Thomas Oge: his son.
122. Rory Breac ("breac:" Irish,
spedded; Ohald. "brak-ka;" Arab.
" a-brek") : his son ; had a brother
123. Manus Dubh : son of Rory
124. Conor : his son.
125. Rory (2) : his son.
126. Cairbre : his son.*
127. Gillgrooma MacGarry: his
son ; had a brother named Rory.
See " Guinness" page 311.
iRT RuADH MacGuinness, who is No. 124 on the "Guinness" pedigree,
ind who was the first "Viscount Iveagh," was the first of the family that
.nglicised the name Magennis.
MAN. [part III.
Arms : Same as those of "Manning."
Felim, the youngest brother of lomchadh, who is No. 85 on the " Manning"
pedigree, was the ancestor of 0' 2Iadadhgain ; anglicised O'Madigaiiy and
85. Felim : son of Sodan.
86. Fionchu : his son.
87. Ros : his son.
88. Luchta : his son.
89. Amergin : his son.
90. Ceneidh : his son.
91. Maoldubh : his son.
92. Fionngal : his son.
93. Sealbhach ("sealbh:" Irish,
j)ossessio7i) : his son ; a quo Selby.
94. Dunechar: his son.
95. Dobhalen : his son.
96. Gussan : his son.
97. Labhras ("labhras:" Irish,
a laurel tree ; Lat. " laurus") : his
98. Sarcall : his son.
99. Scoileach (scoileach : Irish,
"one who keeps a school;" Lat.
schola ; Greek, schole ; Fr. e-cole) :
his son ; a quo O'Scoilaigh, angli-
cised Scally, SMly, Scully, and
100. Madadhgan (" madadh :"
Irish, a dog), meaning "a little
warrior:" his son; a quo O'Mad-
101. Gillcira: his son.
102. Dunsliabh : his son.
103. Scoileach (2) O'Madadghgain :
Arms : Ar. a chev. betw. three quarterfoils gu.
Fiacha Araidhe, the 37th King of Ulster, of the Irian race, who is No.
83 on the "Guinness" pedigree, had two sons — 1. Cas, and 2. Sodhan ;
this Sodhan was the ancestor oiO'Maoinein [monneen] ; anglicised Mannin,
Manning, Mannionf and Richey,
83. Fiacha Araidhe.
84. Sodhan : his son.
85. lomchadh : his son.
86. Degill : his son.
87. Cas : his son.
88. Conall : his son.
89. Flann Abrad : his son.
90. Maoinin (" maoin ;" Irish,
riches^ luealth), meaning "the wealthy
little man :" his son ; a quo
91. Dubhagan ;* his son.
92. Fergus : his son.
93. Fingin : his son.
94. Tuathal: his son.
95. Manus : his son
96. Aodh (or Hugh) ; his son.
97. Donall : his son.
98. Maothan : his son.
99. Moroch : his son.
100. Maothan (2) ; his son.
101. Donall (2) ; his son.
* Dubhagan : Some genealogists derive from this Dubhagan, the 0' Dubkagain
family, which has been anglicised Dugan.
::;hap. hi.] max.
102. Donocli : his son.
103. Derrnod : his son.
104. Gilliosa: his son.
105. DoQoch (2) : his son.
106. Hugh (2): his son.
107. Melachlin : his son.
103. David : his son.
109. Donall (3) : his son.
110. Melachlin (2) : his son.
111. Donall (4) : his son.
112. William: his son.
113. Donall (5) : his son.
114. Melachlin (3) : his son.
115. John: his son.
116. John Oge
Anns : Same as the Arms of " O'Farrell" (No. 1).
a younger brother
'O'Farrell" pedigree, was the
Melody, Melady, Moledyj and Moody.
105. Maolaneididh ('• eideadh :"
Irish, armour) : son of Congal ; a
[uo 0' Maolaneididh.
106. Donall : his son.
107. Dermod: his son.
108. Fingin : his son.
109. Donall (2) : his son.
110. Eichtighearna : his son.
111. William (or Giolla) : his son.
112. Eoghan (or Owen) : his son.
113. Dermod (2) : his son.
114. Eanna: his son.
115. Donall (3) : his son.
116. Fingin (2) : his son.
117. Eichtighearna (2) : his son.
118. Owen (2): his son.
of Fergal, who is No. 105 on the
ancestor of 0' Maolaneididh; anglicised
119. Robert : his son.
120. Philip : his son.
121. Cormac : his son.
122. Moroch : his son.
123. John : his son.
124. Robert (2) : his son.
125. Cormac (2) : his son.
126. Sir Patrick Moledy : his son;
died without issue, and left his
property to his younger brother's
four children, namely — one daugh-
ter, and three sons : 1. Sir
Anthony Moledy, of Roberstown,
county Kildare ; 2. Redmond, of
Rathwire j and 3. Major Hugh
MOORE. (No. 1.)
Lords of Leix,
Arms : Vert a lion ramp, or, in chief three mullets of the 1 ist. ~ Crest : A dexter
md lying fessways, couped at the wrist, holding a sword in pale, pierced through
tree gory heads all ppr. Motto : Conlan-a-bu.
lOSEACH Lannmor, brother of Irial Glunmhar, who is No. 69 on the
Guinness" pedigree, was the ancestor of O'Maoilmordha ; anglicised
'Mulmore, O'Morra, 0' Moore, Moore, Moher, and Mordie.
MOO. [part III.
;ha-Laoghseacli : his son.
cha-Longacli : his son.
69. Lioseach Lannmor : son of
72. Baccan : his son ; a quo Rath-
73. Earc : his son.
74. Guaire : his son.
75. Eoghan (or Owen)
76. Lugua : his son.
77. Cuirc : his son.
78. Cormac : his son.
79. Carthann : his son.
80. Seirbealagh : his son.
Sl.Bearrach: his son.
82. Xadsier : his son.
83. Aongus : his son.
84. Aongus (2) : his son.
85. Beannaigh : his son.
86. Bearnach : his son.
87. Maolaighin: his son.
88. Meisgil : his son.
89. Eochagan : his son.
90. Cathal (or Charles)
91. Cionaodh : his son.
92. Gaothin Mordha : his son :
the first King of Lease (or Leix)
now the " Queen's Countj^"
93. Cinnedeach : his son.
94. Cearnach: his son.
95. Maolmordha (" mordha :'
Irish, x^ro^id) : his son ;
96. Cenneth : his son.
97. Cearnach (2) : his son.
98. Cenneth (3) : his son.
99. Faolan : his son.
100. Amergin: his son; who is
considered the ancestor of Bergin.
101. Lioseach : his son.
102. Donall : his son.
103. Conor Cucoigcriche : his son.
104. Lioseach (2) : his son.
105. Donall (or Daniel) O'Moore :
his son ; King of Leix or Lease ;
first assumed this surname.
106. Daniel Oge : his son.
107. Lioseach (3) : his son ; the
last " King of Lease ;" built the
Monastery of Lease (called De-Lege-
Dn), A.D. 1183.
108. Kiall (or ISTeal) : his son.
109. Lioseach (4) : his son ; had a
brother named Daniel.
110. David : son of Lioseach.
111. Anthony: his son.
112. Melaghlin : his son ; died in
113. Connall : his son ; d. inl518.
114. Roger Caoch : his son; was
slain by his brother Philip ; had a
brother named Cedagh, who died
without issue ; and a younger bro-
ther named John, who was the
ancestor of Muldiay.
115. Charles O'Moore,* of Bal-
linea (now Ballyna), Enfield : son of
Roger Caoch ; d. 1601 ; had an elder
brother named Cedagh, who was
Page to Queen Ehzabeth, who
granted him Ballinea.
116. Col. Roger,! son of Charles ;
* Charles 0^ Moore : This Charles had a younger brother named Kory Oge, who,
A.D. 1587, was slain by the English.
t Roger : This Colonel Eoger O'Moore was the " Eory O'Moore" of popular tradition
in Ireland ; to whose courage and resources was, in a great measure, due the formidable
Irish Insurrection of A.D. 1641. That Insurrection (see Section 12 of Paper: "New
Divisions of Ireland, and the New Settlers," in the Appendix) was ostensibly the cause of
the Cromwellian settlement of Ireland ; and it is remarkable that this Roger O'Moore
was a descendant of one of the Chieftains of Leix, who, a century before, had been
massacred by English troops at MuUaghmast. Of him Sir Charles Gavan Dutfy, in
his Ballad Poetry of Ireland, writes : " Then a private gentleman, with no resources
beyond bis intellect and his courage, this Eory, wh^n Ireland was weakened by
defeat and confiscation, and guarded with a jealous care constantly increasing in
strictness and severity, conceived the vast design of rescuing the country from
England, and even accomplished it; for, in three years, England did not retain a
city in Ireland but Dublin and Drogheda ; and for eight years the land was possessed
€HAP. III.] MOO.
d. 1646 ; had a brother named
117. Col. Charles : his son; Gov-
ernor of Athlone ; killed in the
Battle of Aughrira, 12th July, 1691;
his sister Anne was wife of Patrick
Sarsfield of Lucan, and mother of
Patrick, earl of Lucan.
118. Lewis : his son ; d. 1738.
119. James O'Moore ; his son;
whose daughter and sole heir,
Letitia, married Richard O'Farrell,
of Ballinree, county Longford.
120. Ambrose O'Farrell, of Bally*
na : their son.
121. Richard Moore O'Farrell: his
son; b. in 1797, d. 1880.
122. Ambrose More O'Ferrall, of
Ballyna House, Enfield, co. Kildare ;
his son ; livinojin 1887.
MOORP:. (No. 2.)
Of RahiTiduffe, Qmen's Count >/.
Anns : S itne as those of " Moore " Xo. 1.
MuRTAGH Oge Moore, of Rahin-
duffe, Qaeen's County, gent., had :
2. John (second son), who died
Nov%, 1636, and was buried in St.
and the supreme authority exercised by the Confederation created by O'Moore.
History contains no stricter instance of the influence of an individual mind."
Before the Insurrection broke out, the people, driven to desperation by the cruelties
inflicted on them by the Authorities in Ireland, had learned to know Eoger O'Moore,
and to expect in him their deliverer ; and it became a popular proverb and the burthen
of national songs, that the hope of Ireland's regeneration, at that time, was in *' God,
the Virgin, and Rory O'Moore."
The following are a few stanzas of an Ulster ballad of that period, preserved in
Duffy's " BaUad Poetry of Ireland" :
On the green hills of Ulster the white cross waves high,
And the beacon of war throws its flames to the sky ;
Kow the taunt and the threat let the coward endure,
Our hope is in God and in Rory O'Moore !
Do you ask why the beacon and banner of war
On the mountains of Ulster are seen from afar ?
'Tis the signal our rights to regain and secure,
Through God and our Lady and Rory O'Moore !
Oh ! lives there a traitor who'd shrink from the strife —
Who to add to the length of a forfeited life.
His country, his kindred, his faith would abjure ;
No ! we'll strike for our God and for Rory O'Moore.
* Anthony O'Moore joined O'Neill, earl of Tyrone ; and in a great battle defeated
the English army, a.d. 1598. In the year 1600, he and Captain Tyrrell went into
Munster and joined with MacCarthy there ; where, in a great engagement, the English
army is defeated, and their general, the earl of Ormonde, taken prisoner. Soon after
<in 1601), the Munster and Leinster confederates submit, except this O'^Moore and
O'Conor Faley, who are left in the lurch and slain ; and their estates and territories of
Lease and Offaly (or O'Phaley) seized, confiscated, and disposed to English planters,
and called by the names of the King's and Queen's Counties. — Four Jla^ters.
MOR. [part hi.
Patrick's of Stradbally. He m.
Margaret, dau. Connor Hickey, of
Bulton, in the co. Kildare, gent.,
and had :
3. John (his eldest son), who m.
Susan, dau. of James Hovendon, of
the Queen's County, gent. Had a
younger brother Pierce, who m.
Mary, dau. of Francis Edgeworth,
Clerk of ye Hanaper ; and he had
five sisters : — 1. Margaret, who m.
Kichard Jacob, co. Kildare, gent. ;
2. Honora, who m. Kedagh Moor,
county Tipperary, gent. ; 3. Kath.,
who m. John Dempsey, gent. ; 4.
Grany, who m. Murtogh Dempsey,
gent. ; 5. Dorothy-Owna, who m.
Oliver Grace, of Kilmanham,
Queen's County, gent.
Arms : Az. on a mount ppr. two lions combatant or. supporting a flag stafi" all ppr.,
therefrom a flag ar. Crest : Out of a mural crown a demi Saracen, head in profile all
ppr. Motto : Fides non timet.
MocHAN, the third son of Fin^hin who is Xo. 97 on the " Line of Ir," p.
303, was the ancestor of O'Morain; anglicised 3Ioran, and sometimes
97. Finghin : son of Neidhe.
98. Mochan : his son.