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Calbhach Ruadh), and 2. Hugh, of
Newport-Mayo : This Charles, who
died in 1770, had three sons — 1.
Manus, a Major-General in the
Austrian service, who died in 1793,
was buried at Strade, in Mayo,

ordha, son of O'Donnell, King of Ui-CinnseaHgh, was slain ; and so on with similar
tries, showing that, for centuries before Shane of Lurg existed, there were O'Don-
Us in the South of Ireland — doubtless the progenitors of the families of that name
w existing there.

* Manus : This is the Manus O'Donnell, Chief or Prince of Tirconnell, who made
th Teige O'Connor (Sligo) the stipulations mentioned in the Paper in the Appendix
aded — " Wardership of Sligo;" which was written in the Abbey of Donegal, on
8 23rd day of June, 1539.

t Hugh Ruadh : Dalton, in his King James's Army List, speaking of Captain (or
donel) Manus O'Donnell, of the Earl of Antrim's regiment, says that a Daniel
Donnell was, in December, 1688, appointed a Captain in the L'oyal Service, and in
authorised to rank as Colonel. That Captain Daniel O'Donnell was son of
irlogh, son of Caffer, son of Hugh Ruadh or Ked Hugh O'Donnell, who was called
Che Achilles of the Irish Race." In Doctor O' Donovan's Memoirs of the family he
s noticed the gallant services on the Continent in the French Army, of the
id Captain O'Donnell, till 1719, when he was made a Brigadier-General. He after-
urda retired to St. Germain en Laye, where he died without issue on the 7th July,
35, aged 70 years. This officer is remarkable as having been the possessor of the
lebrated O'Donnell relique, called the cathach of St. ColumbJcllle ; for an account of
aich see Sir William iJethau'a Antiquarian Researches ^ and O'Callaghan's Irish

646 o'do.


o'do. [part lit

ohiit s. p. m. ; 2. Conn ; and 3.
Lewis, of Rosslands, who died in
1822— aged 108 years. This Lewis
had a son named Lewis, who died
in 1841 ; and this last mentioned
Lewis had a son named Charles,
who died in 185 3, s.p. Thus the
line of Charles (called Calbhach
Euadh) became extinct.

127. Hugh O'Donnell, of Newport-
Mayo : second son of the aforesaid
Col. Manus O'Donnell.

128. Sir Neal ODonnell, of New-
port-Mayo : his son ; created a
''baronet," in 1780; died 1811.

129. Sir Neal O'Donnell, the
second baronet : his son. This Sir
Neal had two sons — 1. Sir Hugh,

who was the third baronet, and
who died in 1828, s. p, m. ; 2. Sit

130. Sir Eichard O'Donnell, oi
Newport-Mayo, the fourth baronet :
second son of Sir Neal ; died 1878.
This Eichard had two sons — 1.
George ; 2. Eichard, who died
s. p. m.

131. Sir Geogre O'Donell, oi
Newport-Mayo, fifth baronet : the
elder son of Sir Eichard ; born in
1832, and living in 1887. (The
Arms of this branch of the family
are : Gu. issuing from the sinistei
side a cubit sinister arm vested az.
cuffed or, the hand ppr. grasping j
cross fitchee of the third.)

O'DONEL. (No. 2 )

Of Oldccistle and Castlebar,

Arms : Per sal tire or and gu. issuing from the dexter side in fess an arm sleeve*
of the first, with the hand ppr. in the centre, holding in pale a passion cross of thi

Conn Oge O'Donnell, another younger brother of Sir Nial Garbh wh<
is No. 123 on the "O'Donnell" (of Newport-Mayo) pedigree, was th(
ancestor of O'Donel, of Oldca^tle and Castlebar, in the county Mayo ; am
of O'Donell, of Austria and Spain.

123. Conn Oge: son of Conn;
killed at the siege of Donegal Castle,
in 1601.

124. Manus: his son; a Colonel
under Owen Eoe O'Neill.

125. Calbhach Euadh: his son;
a Colonel in the Eoyalist Army
Wars of King Charles the Second ;
settled in the county Mayo.

126. Hugh, of Oldcastle, in the
county of Mayo : his son.

127. Charles (called Calbhach
Dubh), of Oldcastle : his son. This
Charles had three sons — 1. Manus,
of Wilford Lodge, born in 1720;

2. Joseph, who was a Lieutenant i
General in the Spanish service; 3'
Henry, who was a Major-General ii
the Austrian service.

128. Manus, of Wilford Lodge
son of Charles. This Manus ha(
two sons — 1. Joseph; 2. Charles
who was a General of Cavalry ii
the Austrian service, and who die(
of w^ounds in 1805, s.p.

129. Joseph: son of said Manus
a Captain in the Spanish service
died in Santa Cruz.

130. Joseph (2), of Castlebar, i:
the county Mayo : his son ; bor


o'do. 647

1 1780, died in 1834. This
oseph had three sons — 1. Manus,
'ho died in 1857, s.p. ; 2. Charles ;
. Lewis, who died in 1862. This
(Cwis had two sons — 1. Manus,
orn in 1858 ; 2. Charles, born in
860— both living in 1887.
131. Charles Joseph O'Donel, of

47 Leeson-street, Dublin, Barrister,
Chief Magistrate Dublin Metro-
politan Police : second son of
Joseph; born in 1818, and living
in 1887.

132. Manus O'Donel: his son;
born in 1871, and living in 1887.

O'DONELL. (No. 3.)

Of Leitrim and Crreyjield.

Arms : Same as "O'Donell" of Newport.

[ugh Buidhe [boy], brother of Sir Nial Garbh [garv] who is No. 123
a the " O'Donneli" (Princes of Tirconnell) genealogy, was the ancestor of
lis branch of that family.

living in

123. Hugh Buidhe : second son of
on; d. 1649.

124. John : his son; died 1665.
[ad two sons :

I. Hugh, who was called BaJl-
dearg O'Donilinaill ("balldear
Irish, red spot), was
1690 ; was Chief of his name in
1701 ; and left no issue.

II. Connell.

125. Connell : second son of John ;
^pointed Lieutenant of the county
'onegal, by King James the Second,


126. Hugh, of Larkfield, county
eitrim : his son; d. 1754. This
^ugh had three sons :

I. Conal Count O'Donel, Knight
Grand Cross of the Order of
Maria Theresa ; Governor-
General of Transylvania; and
a Field Marshal in the Austrian
Service. He d. unm. in 1771.

XL John, Count O'Donel, a Gen-
eral in the same service, who
had :
I. Hugh, a Major in the Aus-

trian Service, who was killed
at Nervinden.
III. Con, of Larkfield.

127. Con, of Larkfield: third son
of Hugh. This Con had two sons :

I. Hugh, of Gre} field, of whom

II. Con, of Larkfield.

128. Hugh, of Greyfield, county
Roscommon : the elder son of Con ;
d. in 1848, aged 84 years. This
Hugh had three sons :

I. Con, of whom presently.

II. Hugh.

III. Robert.

129. Con: eldest son of Hugh of
Greyfield; d. in 1825. This Con
had an only child :

130. The Rev. Constan tine O'Donel,
A.B., formerly Vicar of St. Peter's,
Allenheads, but lately (1883) Rector
of Thockrington, and Minister of
Kirkheaton, Northumberland, Eng-
land. This Rev. Constantine had
two sons and two daughters :

I. Constantine-Richard-Annesley,
of whom presently.

648 o'do.


o'do. [part IIT,

II. HughEoe, b. in 1861.

I. Maiy.

II. Hose.

The three children living in 1883,

131. Constan tine-Richard- Anthony
O'Donel : elder son of the Rev.
Constantine O'Donel : b. in 1851.

O'DONEL. (No. 4.)

Of Larkfield, county Leitrim ; and Gh'eyfieldj county Roscommon.

Arms : Same as " O'Donel" (No. 3.)

Con, a younger son of Con who is No. 127 on the foregoing (No.
" O'Donel" (of Leitrim and Grey field) pedigree, was the ancestor of
branch of that family.

128. Con, of Larkfield : second son
of Con ; d. circa, 1835.

129. John, of Larkfield : his son :
d. 1874.

130. Hugh O'Donel, of Larkfield;
his son; b. 1844. Had a younger]
brother named John, born in 1862
both living in 1877.

O'DONELL. (No. 5.)
Of Spain,


Joseph, the second son of Charles, of Oldcastle, in the county Mayo, who j
is No. 127 on the (" O'Donel") pedigree (No. 2), was the ancestor of
O'Donell, of Spain.

127. Charles, of Oldcastle, near
Swineford, county Mayo.

128. Joseph: his second son; a
Lieutenant-General in the Spanish
Service; b. in 1722. This Joseph
had four sons — 1. Jose, who was a
General in the Spanish Service, a
Captain-General of Castile, a K.G.C.
St. Ferdinand, and died in 1836,
s.p.m. ; 2. Carlos, who was a Lieu-
tenant-General, a K.G.C. St. Fer-
dinand, and died in 1830 ; 3. Alej-
andro, who was a Colonel in the
Spanish Service, and died in 1837 ;
4. Henrique, Conde de Abisbal, a


Lieutenant-General in the Spanish
Service; Regent in 1812; died
1833. This Henrique's only
Leopoldo, was a Captain in
Spanish Royal Guards, and was
shot in 1833, 5. p. ; and the Alejan-
dro here mentioned, who died in
1837, left a son named Jos6, who
was born in 1806, and died in
1882. This Jose had tw^o sons— 1.
Jose (born in 1846), a Captain of
Infantry ; 2. Leopoldo (born in
1853), also a Captain of Infantry—
both sons living in 1887.
129. Carlos : second son of Joseph;

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o'do. 649

ed in 18£0; had two sons — 1.
iiios, and 2. Leopoldo, who was
ake of Tetuan, and a field-marshal
the Spanish Service. This Leo-
Ido died in 1867, s.p.

30. Carlos (2): eldest son of
irlos ; was a General of Cavalry ;
lied in 1835, aged 33 years.

31. Carlos (3) : his son ; second

Duke of Tetuan; late Spanish
Minister at Vienna; born in 1834,
and living in 1887. This Carlos
had then three sons — 1. Carlos ; 2.
Juan, b. 1864 ; 3. Leopoldo, b. in
1874-all three living in 1887.

132. Carlos O'Donell, of Spain:
son of Carlos, Duke of Tetuan, born
1863, and living in 1887.

O'DONELL. (No. 6.)

Of Austria.

5NRY, the third son of Charles (of Oldcastle in the county Mayo) who
No. 127 on the " O'Donel" of Oldcastle and Castlebar pedigree, was the
cestor of O^Donell, of Austria.

28. Henry : son of Charles ; a
ijor-General in the Austrian Ser-

29. Joseph Count O'Donell : his
Q ; was Minister of Finance to the
nperor Francis the Second.

30. Maurice, Count O'Donell :
I son; Field-Marshal-Lieutenant;
id in 1843. This Maurice had two
IS — 1. Maximilian, Count O'Don-
11, who saved the life of the
aperor, in 1853 ; and 2. Maurice,

born in 1815, and living in 1887.
This last named Maurice had then
two sons — 1. Henry, born 1845 ; and
2. Hugo, born in 1858 ; both living
in 1887, together with Henry's son,
who is named Kory, and was born
in 1871.

131. Maximilian, Count O'Donell :
a Major-General: elder son of
Maurice; was born in 1812, and
living in 1887.

O'DONNELL. (No. 7.)

Lords of Clanhelly.
Arms : Same as " O'Hart" (No. 1).

)NALL, who is No. 99 on the " O'Hart" pedigree, was the ancestor of
iDomhnaill, of Clankelly, in the county Fermanagh ; also anglicised
iicDonnell, MacDonald^ Daniel^ and MacDanieL

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o'do. [part m

99. Donall (" domhan :" Irish,
the world ; and "all," migldij) : son
of Colga : a quo O'Domhnaill.

100. Art : his son.

101. Fionnachtach : his son.

102. Lachnan ("lachna:" Irish,
yellow) : his son ; a quo O'Lachiain
of Fermanagh, anglicised Loughnan.

103. Teige : his son.

104. Fearmorradh [farmor-raj
literarally " the great speaking
man :" his son.

105. Teige (2) : his son.

106. Flannagan O'Donnell, oi
Clankelly : his son.


Filnces of Hij-Fiachra, in Connaught.

Arms : Yert a saltire or, in chief two swords in saltire, points upwards, thf
dexter surmounted of the siuister ar. pommels and hiits gold.

FiACHEA Ealg, brother of Eocha Breac who is No. 89 on the
" O'Shaughnessy" j^edigree, was the ancestor of O'DubMa ; anglicised
Doody, Doicd, JJoicde, O'Dowd, and O^JDowda.

89. Fiachra Ealg : son of Dathi,
the 127th Monarch of Ireland.

90. Maoldubh : his son.

91. Tiobrad : his son; had a
younger brother named Tiomaiu

92. Donoch : son of Tiobrad

93. Olioll : his son.

94. Cathal : his son.

95. Duncatha : his son.

96. Conmac: his son. This Con
mac had two sons — 1. Dubhda ;


* O'Dowd : Of this aucient family is (La 1SS7) the Pwcv. Patrick Dowd, the vea
able pastor of St. Patrick's, Montreal, Canada ; whose Golden Jubilee was on the Fi
of the Ascension, in May last, celebrated by the Irish Catholics of Montreal.

The Peverend Patrick Dowd was born in 1813, of respectable and well-to
parents, at the inlaud village of Dunleer, county Louth, Ireland, and is consequen
seventy-four years of age. From his earliest childhood he was remarkable for
piety, and his heart continually burned with an ardent desire to give his life up in
service of God. His good parents were not slow in noticing this, and immediately
him to pursue his classical studies at Xewr}^ college, after which the young ecclesii
was sent to study theology in the Irish college at Paris. In 1837 he saw his fond<
hopes realized, and was ordained priest by the Ai'chbishop of Paris, Monseigm

The young priest returned to his native land soon after his ordination, and pi
sued his priestly functions for ten j-ears in different sections of the country. In 1'
he joined the illustrious order of St. Sulpice, of which he is to-day one of the mo*
esteemed members, and in 1848 he bade an affectionate farewell to the green hills oi
his beloved Ireland, and set sail for distant Canada. After a long passage Fatha
Dowd landed in Montreal, a very small town at that remote date, and immediatelj
after entered upon his ministerial duties in connection with St. Patrick's Church. F<»
nearly forty years this distinguished clergyman has been working assiduously for tlw
spiritual and temporal welfare of the people of St. Patrick's parish, as wellasfoi
the Irish citizens m general throughout Montreal, who have known him so long anc
so well.

The year after his arrival in this country Father Dowd founded the St. Patrick'

lAP. IV.] o'do. heremon genealogies.

o'do. 651

lomhan (" caomh :" Irish, gentle ;
rab. " kom," noble; Lat. " com-is,")
ho was the ancestor of O'Caom-
m. (See the " Coen" pedigree).

97. Dubhda ("dubhda:" Irish,
irk-complexioned) : son of Conmac ;
quo 0' Dubhda.

98. Ceallach : his son.

99. Aodh (or Hugh) : his son.
.00. Maolruanaidh [mulroona] :
s son.

.01. Malachi : his son; had a
other named Donall.

02. Niall (or Neal) : his son.

03. Talach : his son.

104. Hugh (2): his son.

105. Murtagh : his son.

106. Hugh (3): his son.

107. Talach (2): his son.

108. Hugh (4) : his son.

109. Donoch: his son.

110. Mulroona: his son.

111. Talach (3): his son.

112. Brian : his son.

113. Donall : his son.

114. Roger O'Dowd : his son
This Roger had two brothers — 1.
Teige Ruadh [roe] ; 2. Malachi.

phan Asylum, which is to-day a splendid monument to the untiring devotion and
aritable instincts of the aged priest. St. Bridget's Home and the Night Refuge
}re established through his energy in 1865, and the present commodious Home and
3fuge on Lagauchetiere-street, built in 1866-67, and the handsome building known
the St. Patrick's School. Such are the buildings which owe their inception to the
in whom his admiring countrymen have more than once designated Montreal's Irish

Father Dowd has been repeatedly offered the highest dignities of the Church, but
s always declined them, preferring to remain with his St. Patrick's congregation
;her than wear the mitre — the Sees of Kingston and Toronto having been offered

In 1877 he organized the great Irish pilgrimage to Lourdes and Rome, and everyone
a recollect the painful anxiety that was felt when the vessel carrying the pilgrims
d their beloved pastor was not heard of for several agonizing weeks. Prayers were
'ered in all churches without distinction of creed, a pleasing proof of the high appre-
ition in which the esteemed pastor is held by even those disbelieving in Catholicism,
•.ther Dowd has more than once earned for himself the gratitude of his fellow-citizens
• the loyal stand he has taken when the law of the land was menaced or when con-
futed authority was set at defiance, and the grandeur of his jubilee celebration
•day will be a fitting testimonial of the esteem in which he is held.

In the Note "Insurrection" (of 1798) under Thomas O'Cahan, No. 125 on the
Caine" pedegree, p. 373, ante, we mention about the Battle of Ballinamuck, and the
ains of the French Magazine having been stolen by Keegan. A circumstance that
curred after that Battle was the hanging of a Mayo gentleman named Captain
Dowd, a member of this family. When on the cart (for a cart was the scaffold em-
Dyed on the occasion), Duke Crofton, of Mohill Castle, a royalist, addressing O'Dowd,
id : " You have brought yourself to a nice pitch. I believe you're a gentleman, and
at your father keeps a pack" (of hounds). O'Dowd replied : " Yes he keeps three
cks, and his whippers-in are better gentlemen than you." Continuing, lie said :
Vs 1 have to die, I shan't die like a trooper." His hands and arms were tied, yet he
cceeded in removing his boots — one foot assisting the other. "Now," he said, " I
I ready !"

David, the eldest son of David, The O'Dowd, was an oflBcer in the Irish Army of
ng James II., and was slain at the Battle of the Boyne. In stature he was more
an seven feet. (All the O'Dowds, including the females, even to the present day
J extra tall.)

James, next son of the The O'Dowd, fought at the Boyne, Athlone, and Augh-
a, where he was killed. When found among the dead, his hand was so swollen,
at the guard of his sword had to be filed, before the hand could be extricated there-



Princes of lar (or JFest) Connaught.

Anns : Ar. two lions ramp, combatant, supporting a dexter hand couped at tin
wrist all gu. in base a boat with eight oars sa.

DuACH Teang Umh (" teang-umh :" Irish, hmzen-tongue), brother o:
Eochaidh Tiormach who is No. 92 on the " O'Connor" (Kings of Con
naught) pedigree, was the ancestor of O'Flaithhhearthaigh^ of West (oi
lar) Connaught ; anglicised 0^ Flaherty, O'Fjiahertie, and Flaherty.


son of

92. Daach

93. Aodh (or Hugh) : his son.

94. Colga : his son.

95. Ceannfaola : his son.

96. Amhailgadh [ a w 1 y ] : his

97. Flann (or Florence) Robhadh :
his son.

98. Fianngall : his son.

99. Flathnia : his son.

100. Moroch (also called Maonach):
his son ; died A.D. 892.

101. Urban : his son.

102. Moriach : his son.

103. Maonach : his son.

104. Moriach (2; : his son,

105. Eimhin: his son.

106. Flaithbheartach ( " fl a i t h :"

" beartach," rich
quo O'Flaith



Irish, a lord
ivealthy) : his son ; a
hhearthaigh, of West
living, A.D. 970.

107. Maolculair: his son.

108. Moriach Mor : his son ;
of this family that assumed

109. Ruadhri (or Roger) : his son,

110. Hugh : his son.

111. Maireadach: his son.

112. Hugh : his son.

113. Roger : his son.

114. Murtagh: his son.

115. Donal : his son. Had tw(
sons— 1. Hugh M(5r; 2. Brian : thje
stem of the family descended frorr
each of these sons is, as follows :

116. Hugh (4) Mdr : his son.

117. Donal (2): his son.

118. Owen : his son.

119. Owen (2) Oge: his son.

120. Morogh : his son.

121. GilldufFe : his son.

122. Donal: his son.

123. Morogh : his son.

124. Sir Morogh : his son.

125. Morogh O'Flaherty : his son.

At page 362, in O'Flaherty's TFest
genealogy is more fully given.

116. Brian : son of Donal.

117. Morogh : his son.

118. Donal : his son.

119. Roger (3): his son.

120. Roger (4) : his son.

121. Morogh : his son.

122. Roger: his son.

123. Teige : his son.

124. Donal : his son.

125. Sir Morogh : his son.

126. Teige : his son.

127. Bryan : his son.

128. Col-Morogh: his son,
died, A.D. 1652.

129. Bryan O'Flaherty : his son.
Connaught, by Hardiman, this familj



* O'Flaherty : The Breitheamh or Judge to O'Flaherty of lar Connaught, wai


o'fl. 653


Of Fermanagh.

Arms : Ar. a sinister hand couped at the wrist aflfront^e gu.

lAiRBRE, son of Niall of the Nine Hostages, the 126th Monarch of Ireland
id who is No. 87 on the (No. 1) " O'Neill" (of Tyrone) pedigree, was the
iicestor of 0' Flanagan, of Tuatha Eatha (now the barony of " Maghera-
•)j), in the county Fermanagh.

88. Cairbre : son of Niall of the
ine Hostages.

89. Cormac Caoch : his son.

90. Tuathal Maolgarbh : his
m. Some annalists make this
uathal the 132nd Monarch of

91. Cormac (2) : his son ; had a
•other named Garbhan, who was
le ancestor oi Carleton.

92. Donall Dunn ("dunn:"
•ish, a doctor) : his son.

93. Flann : his son.

94. Maolruanaidh : his son.

95. Malachi : his son.

96. Lochlann : his son.

97. Ardgal ; his son.

98. Longseach : his son.

99. Flannagan (" flann :" Irish,
ood), meaning the "red faced little

man :" his son ; a quo O'FIannagain,
of Ulster, anglicised 0' Flanagan.

100. Padraic : his son.

101. Brian : his son.

102. Donall an-Fhiona (or Donall
of the Wine) : his son.

103. Hugh ; his son.

104. Dermod : his son.

105. Cormac an-Neach (or Cormac
the Apparition) : his son.

106. Aodh (or Hugh) : his son.

107. Dermod Balbh : his son.

108. Brian (2) : his son.

109. Cormac (4) : his son ; had a
brother named Hugh.

110. Murtogh : son of Cormac.

111. Giollaiosa Euadh : his son.

112. Cormac (5) : his son.

113. Giollabrighid : his son.

114. Manus : his son.

Maoilampaill, written by Duald MacFirbis 0' Maoilfabhuill, pronounced " O'Mul-
will," and anglicised Lavelle.

Eoderic O'Flaherty, historian and antiquary, was born at Moycullen Castle,
ilway, in 1629. His father, Hugh, who was last chief of the race, died when Roderic
a,s an infant. He was educated by Dr. Lynch, author of Cambrensis Eversus, and
aa intimate with Duald MacFirbis, of Lecan. Roderic devoted his life to the study
the history and antiquities of Ireland. He had scarcely arrived at manhood when,
1652, without having taken any part in politics, he was included in the general
'omwellian proscription. On appeal to the Parliamentary Commissioners sitting at
fchlone, he was allowed a portion of his estates in West Connaught, but it was so
irdened with taxes and dues, that he was reduced to great destitution. He was
^appointed in an alleviation of his circumstances at the Restoration, and wrote : " I
'^e a banished man within the bounds of my native soil ; a spectator of others en-
;hed by my birth-right ; an object of condoling to my relatives and friends, and a
ndoler of their miseries." His first important work was a reply to Doctor Borlace's
istory of the Rebellion, He also wrote A Description of West Connaught, which was
St published by the Irish Archaeological Society, in 1846. His great work, the
'ygia, "remains a lasting monument of our author's leaniing and genius." His
lyfia Vindicated, which followed, remained in manuscript until published by Charles
Connor, in 1775. O'Flaherty was of a commanding presence, and was proud of his
3od and ancestry. He died in 1718, aged about 89 years, leaving an only son,
ichael, to whom, in 1736, a portion of the family estates was restored.

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o'fl. [part in

115. Padraic : his son.

116. Hugh (3) : his son.

117. Murtogh (2) : his son.

118. Giolla (or William) O'Flana
gan, of Tuatha Hatha : his son.

O'FLANAGAN. (No. 2.)

Of Orgiall. ■!

Arms : Ar. a fess betw. three stags' heads cabossed gu.

Flannagan, brother of Donallan who is No. 102 on the "Donnelh
pedigree, was the ancestor of O'Flannagain, of Clann CoUa ; anglicise
0' Flanagan.

102. Flannagan : son of Moroch; a ■
quo O'Flannagain.^ '

103. Moreach : his son.

104. Cathal : his son.

105. Cugranna : his son.

106. Moreach (2) : his son.

107. Murtogh: his son.

108. Donall : his son.

109. Moreach (3) : his son.

110. Murtogh (2) : his son.

111. Flaitheartach : his son.

112. Murtogh (3) : his son.

113. Teige : his son.

114. Dermod : his son.

115. Jeoffry : his son. This JeoflQc]
had two brothers — 1. Shane, a qvu
Clann Shane ;t 2. Co;inor.

116. Connor: son of Jeoffry.

117. Dermod: his son.

118. William: his son.

119. William Oge : his son ; hadi
brother named Malachi.

120. Edmond : son of Willian
Oge ; had a brother named Teige.

121. Brian : son of Edmond.

122. Brian Oge O'Flanagan: hi


Of Connaught.

Anns : Ar. a dexter arm couped betw. two swords in pale all ppr.

CuORNAN (" corn : Irish, a horn ; Arab. " kurn," a horn ; Lat. " corn-u")
brother of Uadach, the 9th Christian King of Connaught who is No. 94

* OFlannagain : For the derivation of this sirname see No. 99 on the foregoini

+ Clan Shane : The simames Jacks and Johns are considered to be derived fron
this *' Clann Shane,"

lAP. IV.] FL.


o'gO. 655

1 the " O'Connor" (Connaught) pedigree, was the ancestor of O'Flamn;

Online LibraryJohn O'HartIrish pedigrees; or, The origin and stem of the Irish nation (Volume 1) → online text (page 75 of 109)