HUGHES

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

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EANNA Ceannsalach, King of Leinster, who is No. 94 on the "Mac Morough" pedigree, had seven sons: Deadhach, the seventh of these sons, was the ancestor of O'h Aodha; anglicised Hay, Hayes, Haiz, Hughes, Hewes, O'Hay, O'Hugh, O'Hea.

95. Deadhach: son of Eanna Ceannsalach.

96. Æneas: his son; had a brother named Eoghan, who was the ancestor of St. Moling, whose feast is on the 17th June.

97. Aodh: son of Æneas.

98. Conmaol: his son.

99. Dubh-dacrioch: his son.

100. Eanachan: his son.

101. Deimhin: his son.

102. Aodh ("aodh:" Irish, fire, the Vesta of the Pagan Irish): his son; a quo O'h-Aodha.

103. Moroch: his son.

104. Donal O'Hugh: his son; first assumed this sirname.

105. Giolla (or William): his son.

106. Eachtighearna: his son.

107. Cinaodh (or Cineth): his son.

108. Dunlong: his son.

109. Gillmoling: his son.

110. Dunsliabh: his son.

111. Hugh O'Hughes: his son.

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NOTES

[1] Hughes: The late Judge Hughes, and his brother, Dr. James Stannus Hughes, Professor of Surgery, 1863-1884, were of this family. They were sons of James Hughes, solicitor, by his wife Margaret, daughter of Trevor Morton, solicitor, of Golden-lane. Doctor Hughes married Margaret, daughter of Walter Blake, of Meelick, co. Galway, but he had no children. The Doctor was born at 100 Capel-street, Dublin, on the 20th July, 1812, died at 1 Merrion-square, on the 1st of June, 1884, and was interred in Glasnevin Cemetery.


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