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Iward Riggs, Esq., and was signed by the Rev. Archdeacon Leslie ; the Rev. Richard
me ; Duke Tyrrell, of Claremount, in the county Westmeath ; Christopher Kirwan
/ster, of the city of Dublin ; and by Hugh Cane, Anne Cane, Louisa Cane (the 2nd
ughter), Edward Leslie.

The Rev. Richard Cane, here mentioned as one of the signatories to the marriage
ittlement between Anne Cane and Sir Edward Leslie, Bart, (and who is believed to
-ve been an O'Cahan), was Rector of Maynooth, co. Kildare, and was buried at
iragh Bryan. By his Will, dated 13th December, 179S (to be seen in the Public
Bcord Oflfice, Four Courts, Dublin), this Rev. Richard Cane left legacies of fifty
ineas each to his nieces Caroline and Louisa Caue, and left all else to his nephew
chard Duke Cane, whom he made sole executor.

In his Will, that clergyman requests the following lines to be engraved on his
•mbstone :

*' Here lies the Rev. , vain and misplaced claim ;

Can the cast slough of sin deserve that name ?
Shall falsehood dare profane the sacred stone ?
And pride exalt what Providence pulls down?"

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O'CA. [part lid

Robert, b. 1755; m. 1st Sept.,
1786, his first cousin, Christian
Browne, by whom he had five
children; died 1826, and was
buried at Laragh Bryan. This
Robert's children were : 1.
Stephen, b. 27th June, 1787 ;
d. 22nd December, 1787. 2.
Robert, of 47 Rutland-square,
Dublin ; born 20th May, 1788'.
This Robert, m., first a Miss
Trevelian ; and, secondly, on
18th June, 1839, Maria Mac-
Gregor Skinner; but left no
issue by either marriage. He
d. at Bray Head House, 28th
August, 1875, and was buried
in Mount Jerome, Dublin. 3,

4. and 5, d. in early infancy. 3.
William, the third son of
Stephen and Alice Wybrants,
b. 1756, d. 3rd Nov., 1793. 4.
Stephen, b. 1757, died 1758.

5. The Rev. Gustavus, b. 1758.

6. A second Stephen, Captain
67th Regiment, b. June, 1757,
d. April, 1797. 7. John, born
July, 1760, d. April, 1763. 8.
A boy, b. 1761; 9. Hugh, b.
1762, died 30th March, 1763.
10. Deane, born 1764, died 5th
September, 1788. 11. Alice,
b. 1765, d. 19th Feb., 1840.
12. Margaretta, b. 1766, died
December, 1833.

V. M aria, the fifth dauughter of
William and Alice Cane, m.

Browne, Esq., and had

three daus., of whom were :
1. Christina, who m. her first
cousin, Robert Wybrants, 47
Rutland-square, Dublin. 2.
Another daughter, married
Medlycott Cane, of Multifam-


ham, CO. Westmeath, and of
the 102nd Reg., East Indies.
The issue of this marriage was
James Cane, Major 23rd Regt. ;
He lived at Cheltenham and
Tours, in France. This Major
James Cane m. Miss Mortimer
of Cheltenham, and had a dau.,
Madame de Madrid. Medly
cott Cane married, secondly,
Mrs. Bloomfield, nee Bayly,
dau. of John Bayly, Esq., of
Newtown, co. Tipperary ; and
his granddaughter, Mrs. Frend
(widow since 1858), n^e Delia
Maria Cane, was living in 1883i
— See the "Frend'"

125. Edward Cane, of Donny-
brook, county Dubliuj Major 43rc
Regiment of Foot ; the eighth sor
of William and Alice ; b. at Inchi
core, 9th Sept., 1732, and d. 28tl
July, 1810. This Edward m. ii
the parish of St. Margaret, nex
Rochester, on the 24th Nov., 1765
Mary, only dau. of i^dmiral Rober
Erskine, of Dun (who was Per
Admiral at Chatham, and ther
buried on 13th Nov., 1766). Th
issue of this marriage were six son
and three daughters :

I. William, Capt. 61st Regt., I
at Chatham, 1768; d. 1792

II. Rev. Robert* Erskine Cam
Rector of Creagh, co. Cork, s
well as of Skibbereen, d. 180(
This Robert m. Dorothea, dai
of Hewett Poole, of Mayfiel
CO. Cork.

III. Edward, Army Agent, 6
Dawson-street, Dublin, born
Chatham, 1771 ; died, unm.,

I ^

* Robert : The Indenture by and Ijctween the Rev. Robt. Erskine Cane, of Crea|
in the county Cork, and his wife Dorothea, second daughter of Hewett Poole, as abo^
was made on the 19th June, 1801. The Trustees on the occasion were — Samuel M
Call, of Glentown, in the county Cork ; and Thomas Kemmis, of the city of Dubli
Attorney-at-Law. The Settlement was signed by Robert Erskine Cane ; Dorotb
Poole J and Samuel McCall.


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IV. Maurice, Major 83rd Reg.,
*' Comissr. Acct. Ireland," died
at Foster-place, Dublin, 4th
September, 1830; buried in
St. Paul's parish, Dublin.

V. Henry, Capt. 40th Regt., d.
at Minorca.

VI. Richard, Army Agent, of 60
Dawson-street, Dublin, and of
St. Wolstan's, Celbridge, co.
Kildare : who is No. 126 on
this Genealogy.

The three daughters of Edward
md Mary Cane were :

I. Alice-Rebecca, b. at Chatham,
1767 ; died unm., at Boulogne,
April, 1826, and is there in-

II. Elizabeth, born at Chatham,
Dec, 1774; m. 11th March,
1808, the Honble. John Jones ;
died 1811.

III. Annabella, m. 26th Feb.,
1808, Frederick - Nathaniel
Walker, of the Manor House,
Bushey, co. Herts, England,

m K.C.H., a General in the Army,
R. A. (and a younger brother of
Sir George To wnshend Walker,
who d. 3rd Feb., 1857). This
Annabella d. at Calais, in May,
1827, and is buried in the
cemetery at Boulogne. The
issue of that marriage, as far
as we have ascertained, were
as follows : 1. Sir Edward-
Walter-Forestier Walker,
K.C.B., of Manor House,

1 Bushey, Herts ; General in the
Army ; Colonel 50th Foot ; b.
18th February, 1812 ; m., first,
20th July, 1843, Jane, only
dau. of Francis Grant, sixth
earl of Seafield, and by her
(who d. 16th Sept., 1861) has
had: 1. Frederick - William-
Edward - Forestier, Lieut. Col.
Scots' Guards, born 16 th April,
1844 ; m. 15th Feb., 1887, at
St. George's, Hanover-square,

London, to Mabel Louise, dau.
of Colonel Ross (Northumber-
land Fusileers), of county Fer-
managh. 2. Francis - Lewis-
George Forestier, b. 2nd Jan.,
1847; d. February, 1854. 3.
Douglas -Henry -Walter -Fores-
tier, born May, 1849 ; died an
infant. 4. Montague-Charles-
Brudenel-Forestier, 60th Rifles,
born 7th August, 1853.
Sir Edward W. F. Walker, m.,
secondly, 15th Oct., 1862, the Lady
Juliana-Caroline-Frances, dau. of
Thomas, second Earl of Ranfurley,
and by her had a daughter, Mary-
Juliana-Forestier, who d. an infant
in 1863. 2. Frederick^rudenell
Walker, second son of Frederick-
Nathaniel and Annabella Walker,
d. April, 1822 ; and their daughters
were : 1. Henrietta-Maria Walker,
d. Oct., 1824. 2. Augusta-Eliza, d.
1876. 3. Isabella-Louisa, m. 19th
May, 1858, to Colonel James- John
Graham. 4. Georgian a- Adelaide, m..
first, 31st Aug., 1854, to William'
Stuart, of Aldenham Abbey, Herts ;
and, secondly, 15th Dec, 1875, to
the Hon. James Grant, brother of
the Earl of Seafield. 5. Amelia-
Forestier, d. unm. 11th Jan., 1845
6. Caroline- Albinia, m. to the Rev.
Percy Monro, Incumbent of Colden
Common, Hants, England.

126. Richard Cane, Army Agent,
60 Dawson-street, Dublin, and of
St. Wolstan's, near Celbridge, co.
Kildare ; the sixth son of Edward ;
died at 60 Dawson-street, on 9th
February, 1853, and was buried at
Laragh Bryan, near Maynooth.
This Richard Cane, m., 9th May,
1812, Isabella, youngest child of
Arthur Dawson, Esq., of Castle
Dawson, county Derry, and grand-
daughter of George-Paul Monck,
Esq., and the Lady Araminta
Monck, nee Beresford. This Isabella
died 2 2 ad Feb., 1845, and is buried


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O'CA. [part III^

at Laragh Bryan. The issue of this
marriage were four sods and three
daughters ; the sons were :

I. Edward Cane, of St. "Wolstan's,
Celbridge, born Feb., 1813;
died 22nd Sept., 1877, at 60
Dawson- street, Dublin ; was
buried at Laragh Bryan.

II. Arthur-Beresford Cane, Lieut.
10th Foot, and afterwards
Eeceiver for the Constabulary
in Ireland ; of whom presently.

Celbridge ; living in 1886 ; m.
at Florence, 4th April, 1854,
Louisa-Mary, only daughter of
the Hon. William Dawson-
Damer. She d. at Biarritz, 6 th
May, 1855, and is buried in
the cemetery there.

IV. Mauiice-Hugh Cane, Army
Agent, 60 Dawson - street,
Dublin, and of Allen's Grove,
Celbridge, living in 1887 j late
Captain XXth Kegiment ; and
late Governor of the Bank of

The three daughters of Eichard
and Isabella Cane were :

I. Catherine-Harriet, who d. at
St. AVolstan's, 6th July, 1828,
and is buried at Laragh Bryan.

II. Louisa, living in 1887.

III. Caroline-Frances, living in

127. Arthur Beresford Cane, Lieut.
10th Foot, and afterwards Eeceiver
for the Constabulary in Ireland :
the second son of Eichard and
Isabella Cane; died at Marseilles
13th May, 1864, and was there

buried. This Arthur Beresford Canef
was twice m. : first at St. George's,
Hanover-square, London, on 5th
July, 1849, to Selina, youngest
daughter of John Trant,* Esq., of
Dovea, county Tipperary. She d.
5th Nov., 1859, and is buried in
Mount Jerome, Dublin. Their
issue were two children :

I. Edith-Caroline-Isabella, who d.
9th Dec, 1884, and is buried
at Laragh Bryan.

I. Eichard-Claude, who is No.
128 on this genealogy.

Arthur Beresford Cane's second
marriage was. on the 23rd Feb.,
1864, to Eliza, eldest dau. of Eev.
Joseph Stevenson, Eector of Clon-
feacle, county Armagh, and grand-
daughter of Sir John Stevenson,
Mus. Doc. ; and had issue :

II. Arthur Beresford Cane ; bom
2nd Dec, 1864

128. Eichard Claude Cane, of St.
Wolstan's, Celbridge, late Captain
Eoyal Artillery : elder son of
Arthur Beresford Cane, born S9th
October, 1859, and living in 1687;
m. on 1st March, 1882, Eva, second
daughter of W. H. Mackintosh, Esq,
M.D., of St. Julian's, Malta, and
has issue :

L Maurice, of whom presently.
I. Evadne, b. 4th Sept., 1884.

129. Maurice : son of Eichard
Claude Cane ; born 22nd December,
1882, and living in 1887.

and living in

* Trant : Caroline, eldest daughter of this John Trant, married James Hamilton,
of Abbotstown, M.P. for county Dublin, whose second son. Ion Trant Hamilton, D.L.,
of Abbotstown House, Castleknock, late one of the M.P.'s for the county Dublin, m.
Victoria, dau. of Lord Charles Wellesley, and sister of the present Duke of Wellington.


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O'CAHAN. (No. 2.)

-4ms : Same as " O'Cahan" (No. 1).

OSEPH, a younger brother of William, who is No. 124 on the (foregoing)
O'Cahan" (No. 1) pedigree, was the ancestor of this branch of that family.

124. Joseph : second son of
Jichard; died 1756.

125. Rev. Eichard O'Cahan: his
on. Had three younger brothers —

William,* who settled in the co.
jovk ; 2. Lewis, who settled in the
Mayo; 3. John, who assumed


Kean, settled in Mullin-

.he name

;art in 1751, and afterwards
'esided in the city of Dublin. This
Tohn Kean had five sons — 1. Wil-
liam ; 2. John ; 3. Robert ; 4.

Patrick; 5. Richard, who died in

126. JohnKean, of Dublin: second
son of John ; became connected
with the " United Irishmen," on
account of which he had to fly the
country, in 1798. When those
troublous times in Ireland had
passed away, he returned to Dub-
lin ; assumed the name Kane ; and
died in 1832.

* William : This William and Lewis assumed the name O'Keane.

t Mullingar : Following up our research with reference to this John Kean, we
nsited Mullingar, in November, 1879, and there learned (see Note, under the " Keane,"
af the county Clare, pedigree) that an O'Cain family lived in the county Westmeath,
n the early part of the eighteenth century. In the Liber Baptisatorum of the
Catholic Church at Mullingar occurs the following entry : — '* 1742. July 19th. Bap.
Margaret Cain, daughter to William and Margaret Darcy." In that Baptismal
Register also occur, since 1742, the names of Coyne, Kain, Kane, and Kean ; all of
them anglicised forms of the Irish O'Cain. The oldest branch of the " Cain" family
that settled in the county Westmeath, Uved in Killpatrick, near Rathconrath.
Descendants of that family have been :

1. Patrick Kean of Templepatrick, Moyvore, near Ballymahon, and his


brothers, John, Matthew, James, William, and Christopher, all living in 1879
sons of

2. James Keane of Rathcolman, who had three brothers — 1. Rev. Patrick ; 2. John,
who died unmarried ; and 3. : sons of

1. Patrick Kean, who had an elder brother Hugh, and three younger brothers—
1. a Doctor, 2. a Priest, 3. Richard. The Hugh here mentioned had five sons and
four daughters : one of those daughters was Mrs. Marcella Canton, of Greville-street,
Mullingar, living in 1879. The sons were: 1. James, 2. Nicholas, 3. Christopher, 4.
Hugh, and 5. William. The first four of these five sons of Hugh died unm. ; but the
youngest son William, who died on the 17th of March, 1878, was married, and left two
children— 1. Bridget, 13 years old; and 2. Hugh, 8 years old: both living in 1879,
Patrick Keane (No. 3) and his brothers were the sons of

4. James (or Shemus), who was sirnamed " Brooteen Kean," and who " had an
nncle a Priest."

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O'CAHAN. (No. 3.)

O'CL. [part III ^

Of Ballymaclosty {or Bally madosky)^ County Londonderry.

Arms : Gu. tliree salmon haurient, two and two or. Crest : A mountain cat
salient ppr. Motto : Inclytus virtute.

Shane O'Cahan, Chief of his Name,
who d. 1498, and who is No. 115
on the (No. 1) " O'Cahan" (Princes
of Limavady) genealogy, had :

2. Donell (or Daniel), of Colryan
(? Coolbryan), who had :

3. Richard, who had :

4. "Quoy" (or Conbhach) Ballach
O'Cahane, of Ballymaclosty, county
Londonderry, who died 10th July,
1637. He m. Una, dau. of Dermot
O'Cahan, of Lekyn, and had two
sons :

I. Manus, who m. Evelin, dau. of
Cormack O'Neill.

II. Richard.

5. Richard : second son of " Quoy"
Ballach ; m. Margaret, dau. of Sir r
Donogh O'Cahan, of Limavady, )
Knt, and had:

I. Donogh.

II. Richard.

6. Donoch

O'Cahan : son of


Arms : Or, three nettle leaves vert,

Feargall, brother of Artgall who is No. 96 on the " O'Shaughnessy"
pedigree, was the ancestor of O'Cleirigk, and MacCleirigh ; anglicised
O'Clery, Cleary^ Clark, Clarke, and Clarlcson.

96. Fergall : son of Guaire Aidh-
neach [aidhne].

97. Toirbheartach : his son.

98. Cathmogh : his son.

99. Cumascach : his son.

100. Ceadach : his son.

101. Cleireach (" cleireach :" Irish,
a clerk; Lat. " cleric-us") : his son ;
a quo O'Cleirigk

102. Maolfabhal: his son; died
A.D. 887.

1 03. Maolceardachd (called Flann):
his son.

104. Comhailltan (" comhaill :"
Irish, to jjerform a duty) : his son ;
a quo O'Comhailltam, anglicised
Coulton ; died A.D. 976.

105. Giollaceallach : his son ; a
quo Gilkelly, and Kilkelly.

106. Congalach O'Clery: his son;

first assumed this sirname; diedj

107. Braoin : his son ; had a bro-!
ther named Aidhne, who was the
ancestor of Eynes ; and another
brother Giolla na Naomb, who was
the ancestor oi Kilkelly ; d. 1033.

108. Eoghan (or Owen) : his son.

109. Donall : his son.

110. GioUananaomh : his son.

111. Tighearnach : his son.

112. Muireadach : his son.

113. Teige: his son.

114. Giollaiosa : his son.

115. Donall (2) : his son.

116. Shane Sgiamhach (or John
the Elegant): his son. This John
had three brothers — 1. Donall, 2.
Thomas, 3. Cormac : from Shane
Sgiamhach are descended thei


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)'Clerys of Tirconnell ; from Donall,
he O'Clerys of Tyrawley, in Mayo ;
rem Thomas, the O'Clerys of
5refney-0'Rielly ; and from Cor-
nack, the O'Clerys of the county

117. Dermod : eldest son of Shane
sgiamhach [skeevagh].

118. Cormac: his son ; the first
)f the family who settled in Tir-

119. Giollabrighid : his son.

120. Giolla Riabhach : his son.

121. Dermod na-Ttri-sgol (or "Der-
mod of the Three Schoals," namely,


one school for Reading, another
for History and Genealogy, and
another for Poetry) : his son.

122. Teige Cam : his son.

123. Dermod (3) : his son.

124. Cucoigcrioch [cucocry] :

125. Maccon : his son.

126. Lughach O'Clery:* his son j
had four brothers— 1. Giollabrig-
hid, 2. Maccon Meirgeach (" me-
irge :" Irish, an ensign ; meaning
"Maccon, the standard bearer"),

3. Cucoigcrioch or Peregrine, and

4. Dubhceann.


O'CONNOR. (No. 1.)

Kings of Connaught,

Arms : Ar. an oak tree eradicated ppr.

Brian, the eldest brother of Niall Mor, who is No. 87 on the " O'NeiU"
(Princes of Tyrone) pedigree, was the first King of Connaught, of the Hy-
Niall Sept, and ancestor of O'Conchohkair, of Connaught; anglicised
O'ConTior, 0' Conor, Connor, Conor, and Conyers.

87. Brian : eldest son of Eochaidh
Muigh-Meadhoin [Moyvane], the
124th Monarch of Ireland.

88. Duach Galach : his youngest

son; the first Christian King of
Connaught. His brothers, who left
any issue, were Conall Orison, Arca-
Dearg, and Aongus, etc.

* 0' Clery : The princely residence of the O'Clerys was the Castle of Kilbarron,
within a short distance of Ballyshannon, in the county Donegal. In describing that
Cattle, the late Dr. Petrie says : '' This lonely insulated fortress was erected as . .
a safe and quite retreat in troubled times for the laborious investigators and preservers
of the history, poetry, and antiquities of their country. This castle was the residence
of the Ollamhs, bards, and antiquarians of the people of Tirconnell, the illustrious
family of the O'Clerys."

The following stanza is from Kilharroii's Last Bard to his Harp :

Wake, let the despot's knell

Peal from thy wires,
Hope hath a tale to tell,

Harp of my sires ;
Tyranny's rayless night,
Erin's degrading blight
Sinks, that thy strains may light

Liberty's fires.

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89. Eoghan Sreibh : son of Duach;
the fifth Christian King of that

90. Muireadach : his son.

91. Fergus: his son.

92. Eochaidh Tiormach : his son.
Had two younger brothers — 1.
Feargna, who was the ancestor of
O'Fcourke, etc.; 2. Duach-Teang-
Umh, who was the ancestor of
0' Flaherty, and MacHugh (of Con-
naught), etc.

93. Aodh (or Hugh) Abrad : son
of Eochaidh ; was the eighth Chris-
tian King.

94. Uadach : his son ; the ninth
King. Had a brother named Cuor-

95. Eaghallach : son of Uadach ;
was the 11th King.

96. Fergus: his son.

97. Muireadach Maolleathan : his
son; the 16th King.

98. Inreachtach : his son ; was
the 17th King. Had two brothers
—1. Cathal, 2. Conbhach.

99. Murgai : son of Inreachtach.
Had a younger brother named Aodh

100. Tomhailtach (or Timothy) :
his son.

101. Muirgheas (or Murias) : his
son; d. A.D. 815. Had a brother
Diarmaid Fionn, who was the an-
cestor of Concannon, Fahy (of Con-
naught), etc.

102. Teige M6r : son of Murias ;
had a brother named Cathal.

103. Conchobhar: his son.

104. Cathal : his son. Had a
younger brother Maolclothach, who
was the ancestor of O'Tomhailtaigh
("tomhailt:" Irish, wasting^ con-
suming), anglicised Tomalty, and
Tally ; and of MacMorrissy*

105. Teige: his son; d. 956. He
married Creassa, dau. of Area, lord

of West Conn aught. (Area's other
dau. Beavionn was the mother of
Brian Boru, the famous Monarch
of Ireland.)

106. Conchobhar ("concobhar:
Irish, the helping tcairior): son of
Teige ; a quo O'Conchohhair. Had
a brother named Maolruanaidh
[MulroonaJ Mor ; and another bro-
ther Teige, who was the ancestor of
O'Taidhg (anglicised Tighe), who
were collectors to the King of Con-
naught. This Conchobhar [connor]
was the 40th Christian King ; he
d. 973.

107. Cathal: his son; the 42nd
Christian King.

108. Teige an Each [ogh] Ghal
(or Teige of the White Steed) : his
son ; the 43rd Christian King.

109. Aodh an Gath Beamaigh :
his son ; the 44th King.

110. Ruadhri [Bory] an Saight
heach Buidhe : his son ; the 46th

111. Tirloch Mor: his son; the
48th King of Connaught, and the
181st Monarch of Ireland ; d. 19th
May, 1156, at Dunmore, co. Gal-
way, aged 68 years ; bur. at Clon-
macnoise. Married three times :
1st, to Talteina, dau. of Murtogh
0'Melaghlin,KingofMeath; 2ndly,
to Dervorgilla, dau. of Donal
O'Melaghlin, Prince of Meath;
3rdly, to Dubhcola, dau. of Mul-
roona MacDermott, Prince of Moy

112. Cathal Craobh-Dearg : his
son by Dubhcola; the 51st King;
d. 1224. This Cathal (or Charles)
had seventeen younger brothers — 1.
Roderick O'Connor, the 183rd Mon-
arch of Ireland, who d. 1198; 2.
Brian, who was the ancestor of
O'Connor (Sligo) ; 3. Donal Mor;
4. Hugh Dall, ("daU:" Irish, blind

* MacMorrissy : Seethe "Morris" pedigree, for another MacMorrissy Genealogy.



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near-sighted), a quo G'Doille,
glicised Doyle ;* 5. Muirceartach,t
quo MacMuwceartaih, anglicised
icMorrisy, and MacMoriarty; 6.
loliosa, Bishop of Eoscommon,
10 had a son named Maol Eoin
eaning a devotee of St. John), a
G'Maoil Eoin, anglicised Malone;
Manus, a quo MacManus of Tir
athail ; 8. Connor, who was King
Meath, and the ancestor of
niffe. According to O'Dugan this
nnor was the ancestor of Nugent,
rls of Westmeath ; 9. Teige ; 10.
ian Oge; 11. Donoch ; 12. Mal-
li; 13. Teige Oge; 14. Cathal
e; 15. Dermod; 16. Donal Oge;
. Murios.

13. Aodh (or Hugh) : son of
thai Craobh-Dearg ; King of Con-
ight; d. 1228; had a brother

14. Koderick : son of Aodh ; Lord
Connaught. Had five brothers ;
i a sister Una, who m. Kobert de

15. Eoghan [Owen] : his son ;
d of Connaught; killed 1274;
d one brother.

116. Hugh: his son; lord of Con-
naught, 1293—1306 ; had two bro-

117. Felim : his son ; lord of Con-
naught. Had two brothers — 1.
Tirloch, who was the ancestor of
O'Connor Don ; 2. Cathal.

118. Hugh: son of Felim.

119. Tirloch Euadh (" ruadh :"
Irish, red) : his son ; a quo the
O'Connor Roe is so called.

120. Teige O'Connor Eoe : his

121. Charles O'Connor Eoe: his

122. Teige Buidhe O'Connor Eoe :
his son.

123. Tirlogh Euadh O'Connor
Eoe : his son. Had three sons — 1.
Hugh; 2. Teige ;+ 3. Cairbre.

121. Hugh O'Connor Eoe: eldest
son of Tirlogh.

125. Charles Oge O'Connor Eoe:
his son.

126. Teige O'Connor Eoe : his son.

127. Hugh O'Connor Eoe : his son,

128. Charles O'Connor Eoe: his
son ; died without issue.

* Doyle : This family of CDoille is distinct from 0' Doilbhe (or " Doyle") of North
jies. — See No. 91 on the "Felan" pedigree, ante.

i Muirceartach : See the " Moriarty" (of Connaught) Genealogy, for another
lily of this name, of the Line of Heremon.

X Teige : This Teige, the second son of Tirlogh Ruadh, was the father of Diarmaid

. Teige Caoch : said Diarmaid was the father of Brian, who was father of another

rmaid ; and said Teige Caoch was the father of another Diarmaid. And Teige'a

ngest brother, Cairbre, was the father of Felim, who was father of Tirlogh, who

I father of Tirlogh Oge ; and said Felim was also the father of Hugh, who wa»

6 ler of Brian Ballach, who was father of Dermod, who was father of Cairbre.


O'CONNOR ROE. (No. 2.)

Of Lanesborough, j

Arms : Erm. an oak tree eradicated and acorned ppr. * Another : Ar. an oak tr
eradicated and acorned ppr. over all on a fess wavy az. a unicorn's head erased betwe
two salmon naiant of the first.


Shane O'Connor Ruadh (pr.
" Roe") had ;

2. Teige* (or Thaddeus), who
lived at Cloonfree, was styled the
*' O'Connor Roe," m. daughter
of O'Brannan, and had :

3. Denis O'Connor Roe, who m.
daughter of O'Hanly of Sheehane,
and had :

4. Thadeus, who m. a Miss

Foster of Esker, county Dublin, ar
had :

5. Denis, of Lanesborough,
1765, who m. dau. of Plunket, ;
Ardkeenagh, and had :

6. John, who m. daughter
Costello of Gurteen, near Coolavi
and had :

7. John O'Connor Roe.

O'CONOR DON.t (No. 3.)

Arms: Ar. an oak tree vert surmounted by a crown.

TiRLOCH, a brother of Felim who is No. 117 on the (No. 1) " O'Conno
(Kings of Connaught) Genealogy, was the ancestor of O'Conchobho
Duinn; anglicised O'Connor Dun, and, more lately, 0' Conor Don,

117. Tirloch : son of Hugh " lord
of Connaught ;" d. 1345.

118. Hugh : his son ; lord of Con-
naught ; had a brother named
Rory; d. 1356.

119. Tirloch Dun ("dun:" Irish,
here means a darkish broivn colour,
as distinguished from the O'Connor
Ruadh [Roe] : son of Hugh ; d.

120. Felim Geancach : his son;
" lord O'Conor Dun ;" who attended
a Parliament held in his time; d.

121. Owen Caoch: his son; lo
O'Conor Dun; d. 1485.

122. Cairbre: his son; lo
O'Conor Dun; d. 1546.

123. Dermod: his son; lo
O'Conor Dun ; had a brother nam

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