CASEY (No.1)

Of Munster

From Irish Pedigrees; or the Origin and Stem of the Irish Nation by John O'Hart

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Arms; Ar. a chev. betw. three eagles' heads erased gu. Crest: A hand fesseways issuing from a cloud. Motto; Per varios casus.

CORMAC, a brother of Conla, who is No. 87 on the "O'Carroll Ely" pedigree, was the ancestor of O'Cathasaigh, i.e., Na Saithne; anglicised Casey.[1]

87. Cormac: son of Tadhg (or Teige).

88. Gailineach ("gailineach": Irish, flattering): his son; a quo O'Gailineigh, anglicised Galinagh.

89. Glasaradh: his son.

90. Faghad: his son.

91. Ionrosa: his son.

92. Beag: his son.

93. Brogan: his son.

94. Fionnachtach: his son.

95. Lulagh (or Lulgach): his son.

96. Echtbran: his son.

97. Feargus: his son.

98. Broghurban: his son.

99. Corcran: his son.

100. Maolmichil: his son.

101. Cathasach ("cathasach": Irish, brave): his son; a quo O'Cathasaigh.

102. Gairbith: his son.

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NOTES

[1] Casey: The patrimony of this family was at Coiltemabhreenagh, in the parish of Mitchelstown, barony of Brigown, and county of Cork.


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