HANRAGHAN

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

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Arms: Gu. a lizard pass. in fess or, in chief a trefoil slipped between two holly leaves ar. in base a garb of the second. Crest: An arm erect, couped below the elbow, vested vert, cuffed ar. holding in the hand ppr. a holly leaf vert. Motto: An uachtar.

NOCHAN, brother of Seagal who is No.101 on the "O'Murphy" (No.1) pedigree, was the ancestor of O'h-Anracain, of Leinster; anglicised Hanraghan, and Rakes.

101. Nochan ("nocha:" Irish, ninety; "an," one who): son of Seicin.

102. Fiach: his son.

103. Maolleathan: his son.

104. Snidhgobhan: his son.

105. Tiomainach ("tiomain:" Irish, to fall on): his son; a quo O'Tiomainaighe (of Leinster), anglicised Timony.

106. Sliabhan ("sliabh:" Irish, a mountain): his son; a quo O'Sliabhain, anglicised Slevin.

107. Anracan ("racan:" Irish, mischief; "raca," a rake): his son; a quo O'h-Anracain.

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