LANE

Of Ulster

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

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Arms: Gu. a lion pass. guard. betw. three saltires couped or.

FEARACH, one of the eight sons of Daimhin, who is No. 92 on the "O'Hart" pedigree, was the ancestor of O'Lainne ("lann:" Irish, the blade of a sword; Lat. "lan-io," to cut); anglicised Lane, and Laney. By some the Irish name is spelled O'Lainidh.

93. Fearach: son of Daimhin.

94. Maoldun: his son.

95. Fogharthach: his son.

96. Eochaidh: his son.

97. Dur ("dur:" Irish, dull; Lat. "dur-us"): his son; a quo Clan Duire (lords of Fermanagh), anglicised Dwyer.

98. Eochaidh (2): his son.

99. Cathal: his son.

100. Muireadach: his son. This Muireadach had six brothers, one of whom, named Congmhail, was ancestor of Larkin; another named Eochaidh was ancestor of Malone; and another named Fiachan was the ancestor of Feehan, Vaughan, etc.

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