FLANAGAN

Of Roscommon

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

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[1] Arms: Ar. out of a mount in base vert an oak tree ppr. a border of the second. Crest: A dexter cubit arm in armour ppr. garnished or and gu. holding a flaming sword az. pommel and hilt gold. Motto: Certavi et vici.

CATHAL, a brother of Inrachtach, who is No. 98 on the "O'Connor" (Connaught) pedigree, was the ancestor of O'Flannagain; anglicised Flanagan.

98. Cathal: son of Muireadach Maolleathan.

99. Ardghal: his son.

100. Cinaoth: his son.

101. Murchadh: his son.

102. Flannagan ("flann:" Irish, blood, red): his son; a quo O'Flannagain.

133. Muireadach: his son.

104. Cathal: his son

105. Muireadach: his son.

106. Murchadh: his son.

107. Flaithbhearthach: his son.

108. Murchadh: his son.

109. Tadhg (Teige, or Thady): his son.

110. Diarmaid O'Flannagain: his son.

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NOTES

[1] Flanagan: Among the Sligo families mentioned in the MS. Vol. 14, F. 13, Antiquities") by O'Donovan, and deposited in the Library of the Royal Irish Academy, Dublin, are Coleman, Coffey (Ui Chobhthaigh), Roberts (Ui Robhertaigh), etc.; and in page 319 of that vol. is given the pedigree of another O'Flanhgan family.


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