MacDONNELL (No.4)

Of Fairy Hill, County Clare

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

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Arms: Quarterly: 1st or, a lion ramp. gu.; 2nd, or, a hand issuing from a cloud at the sinister fess point ppr. holding a cross croslet fitchée az.; 3rd, ar. a ship with its sails furled up, sa.; 4th, parti per fess az. and vert, the latter wavy, a dolphin naiant ppr. Quartering Bourke: or, a cross gu., and in the dexter canton a lion ramp. of the last. Crest: A dexter arm, couped at the shoulder, attired gold, turned down ar. holding a cross crosslet fitchée as in the arms. Motto: Tout jours prest.

JOHN MacDONNELL of Moyne (living in 1700), eldest son of Daniel, who is No. 119 on the "MacDonnell" (No. 3) pedigree, was the ancestor of this branch of that family.

120. John: son of Daniel; living in 1700.

121. Charles, of Moyne: his son.

122. Timothy: his son; married Catherine Rochford.

123. Michael, of Kilrush, county Clare: their son; m. Honoria, dau. of P. Buggy, of Doonass, co. Clare.

124. John (b. 1805) of Fairy Hill, co. Clare: their son; living in 1886; J.P. for Clare and Limerick, and was High Sheriff for Limerick, m. Catherine-Sarah, dau. of Stephen Chester Bourke, Esq., of Limerick.

125. Robert [1]: their son; living in 1886; J.P. for Limerick; was High Sheriff in 1874, and Mayor of Limerick City in 1871; m. Minnie, dau. of Matthew Hare de Courcy of Shannon Ville, Limerick.

126. John MacDonnell: their son; b. 1869, and living in 1886.

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NOTES

[1] Robert: This Robert had two sisters:—1. Norah, who married Thomas Greene, Esq., J.P., of Greenlawn, Ennis; and 2. Kathleen, who married Matthew J. de Courcy, Esq., of Allington, Corbally, Limerick.


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