MacCOULAHAN

Of Banagher

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

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Motto: Snadh na Sean. [1]

IN p. 184 of "Tribes and Customs of Hy-Many" is a pedigree of this family:

1. Carroll MacCuolahan, had:

2. Donogh Keogh MacCuolahan (living in 1602), who had:

3. Brian, who had:

4. Hugh, who had:

5. Hugh (d. 1667), who had:

6. Hugh (d. 1686), who had:

7. Daniel, a Lieutenant in the service of James II., who had:

8. Doctor John (d. 1761), who became a Protestant, and who had:

9. Hugh, who had:

10. Daniel [2] (d. 1841), who had:

11. Henry, b. 1817; living in 1843.

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NOTES

[1] MacCuolahan: In p. 183 of the "Tribes and Customs of Hy-Many," the MacUallachains and O'Uallachains are mentioned as of the same family.

[2] This Daniel MacCuolahan (who d. in 1841) m. Frances Antisel, of Arbour Hill, co. Tipperary, and by her had issue—1. Hugh (d. s. p. in 1828); 2. Henry, living in 1843.


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