CLANCY (No.2)

Of Dartry, County Monaghan

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

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Arms: Ar. two lions pass. guard. in pale gu. Crest: A hand couped at the wrist erect, holding a sword impaling a boar's head couped all ppr.

LUGHACH (or Luy), brother of Each Bolg, who is No. 54 on the "Line of Ithe," was the ancestor of MacFlanchaidhe, of Dartry; anglicised Clanchy, Clancie, Clancy,[1] Clinch,[2] Glancy, and normanized De Clancy.

54. Lughach: son of Daire Diomdhach.

55. Eochaidh: his son.

56. Æneas: his son.

57. Olioll: his son.

58. Cormac: his son.

59. Dunlang: his son.

60. Cathair: his son.

61. Flann: his son.

62. Algeal: his son.

63. Amhailgadh: his son.

64. Eochaidh: his son.

65. Dunlang: his son.

66. Lughach; his son.

67. Conall: his son.

68. Fiach: his son.

69. Conall (2): his son.

70. Fionn: his son.

71. Cronluachra: his son.

72. Flanchaidh ("flan" Irish, red complexioned; "caidh" chaste): his son; a quo MacFlanchaidhe.[3]

73. Aodh Cleireach: his son.

74. Cathal na Caiirge ("cairaig": Irish, a rock or bulwark; Gr. "charax;" Wel. "karreg;" Corn. "carrag"): his son; a quo O'Caiirge, anglicised Carrick, Garrick, Craig, and Rock.

75. Giolla (or William): his son.

76. Teige: his son.

77.Cathal: his son.

78. Teige (2): his son.

79. Teige Baccach: his son.

80. William (2): his son.

81. Cathal Dubh: his son; had a brother named Fearach.

82. Cathal Oge: his son; had a brother named Teige Oge.

83. Cathal Dubh [Dhu] MacClancy, of Dartry: son of Cathal Oge.

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NOTES

[1] Clancy: In 1750 Michael Clancy, M.D., published in Dublin his Memoirs and Travels, and a Latin Poem—Templina Veneris sive Amorum Rhapsodiae.

[2] Clinch: Of this family was the Barrister-at-Law, who in the early part of this century was known as the "great Counsellor Clinch," and who lived in Dublin. Mr. Clinch left four sons and two daughters—1. who was a Stipendiary Magistrate in Jamaica, under the Governorship of Lord Sligo; 2. who was an Inspector of National Schools in Ireland; 3. Bernard, who was a Sub-Inspector in the Irish Constabulary; 4. Peter. One of the daughters was named Margaret.

[3] MacFlanchaidhe [MacFlancha]: see Note ([1]), under the "Clancy" (of Munster) pedigree, p. 80.


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