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

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FERGAL, brother of Hugh, who is No. 97 on the "O'Shaughnessy" pedigree, was ancestor of O'Giollaceallaighe; anglicised Gillie, Gilly, Gilhelly, Killikelly, Kilkelly, and Cox.[1]

97. Fergal; son of Artgal.

98. Tiobrad: his son.

99. Camogach: his son.

100. Cumascrach: his son.

101. Edalach: his son.

102. Cleireach: his son; a quo O'Clery.

103. Eidhean: his son.

104. Flann: his son.

105. Maolfabhal ("fabhal:" Irish, a report, a fable; Lat. "fabul-a"): his son; a quo O'Maolfabhail, anglicised Mulfavill, and Mulhall.

106. Cugeal: his son.

107. Giollabeartach (or Gilbert): his son.

108. Aodh (or Hugh): his son.

109. Giolla Ceallach ("ceallach:" Irish, war, strife): his son; a quo O'Giollaceallaighe.

110. Moroch: his son.

111. Giollapadraic: his son.

112. Gillruaidhe ("ruaidhe:" Irish, erysipelas): his son.

113. Morogh (2): his son.

114. Florence MacGillkelly: his son.

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[1] Cox: Of this family is the respected Dr. Cox, of 45 Stephen's Green, Dublin, Physician to St. Vincent's Hospital; living in 1887.

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