LOUGHNAN

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

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Arms: Vert a dexter hand couped apaumée, and in chief an arrow fessways ar. Crest: A castle triple-towered ppr.

FIONNACHTACH, a brother of Iomchadh Uallach who is No. 88 on the "O'Carroll Ely" pedigree, was the ancestor of O'Lachtnain Ele; anglicised O'Loughnan, and Loughnan, of Ely O'Carroll, and modernised Loftus.

88. Fionnachtach: son of Conla.

89. Eachdach: his son.

90. Tighearnach: his son.

91. Cu-Maighe: his son.

92. Maolfabhal: his son.

93. Crunmaol: his son.

94. Breasal: his son.

95. Dungallach: his son.

96. Maolfabhal: his son.

97. Ruadhrach: his son.

98. Aongus: his son.

99. Cuanach ("cuanach:" Irish, deceitful): his son; a quo O'Cuanaighe, anglicised Cooney; had a brother Lachtnan ("lachtna:" Irish, tawny; or a kind of coarse gray apparel), a quo O'Lachtnain Ele.

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