DONELAN

Of Ballydonelan

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

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Arms: Ar. three ducal crowns gu. Crest: A lion's paw erased, holding a sceptre in pale ppr. Other Arms: An oak tree eradicated vert. Crest: On a mound vert a demi lion ramp. or.

ART, a younger brother of Cathal, who is No. 103 on the "Donnellan" (of Connaught) pedigree, was the ancestor of this branch of that family:

103. Art: son of Donallan.

104. Logan (or Melaghlin): his son.

105. Cathal: his son.

106. Flann: his son.

107. Amhailgadh: his son.

108. Flann Oge: his son.

109. Lochlan: his son.

110. Cormac na g-Corn: his son. 1399.

111. Flann: his son. 1452.

112. Teige: his son. 1478.

113. Ceallach: his son. d. 1508.

114. Lochlan (2): his son.

115. Lochlan (3): his son.

116. Lochlan (4): his son.

117. Melaghlin: his son; died 1548.

118. Nehemias: his son; Arch bishop of Tuam.

119. John: his son. 1655.

120. Melaghlin (2): his son. 1673.

121. John Mór: his son. 1710.

122. Melaghlin (3): his son. 1726.

123. John, of Dublin; died 1743. Had twenty-one children by his wife, thirteen of whom d. young.

124. Malachy: his son; died at Ballydonelan. He had three surviving brothers and four sisters.

125. John: his son.

126. Malachy (2): his son.

127. Arthur Donelan: his son; living in 1843.

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