MacKENNA (No.4)

Of Tirowen

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

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Arms: Ar. a sinister hand couped at the wrist affrontée gu.

CINAOTH, a brother of Furadhran who is No. 97 on the "Foran" pedigree, was the ancestor of Clann Cionaotha; anglicised MacKenna,[1] and Kenny.

97. Cinaoth: son of Conchobar.

98. Maolbreasal: his son.

99. Maonan: his son.

100. Maolciaran: his son.

101. Diarmaid: his son.

102. Maolmoicherge: his son.

103. Faghartach: his son.

104. Diarmaid: his son.

105. Cinaoth ("cin" or "gan:" Irish, without; "aoth," servile work): his son; a quo Clann Cionaotha; had three brothers—1. Deaghadh, 2. Egneach, 3. Donn.

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NOTES

[1] MacKenna: There were other families of this name in Ireland, but not derived from the same epithet, nor descended from the same stock. For instance: MacKenna, lords of Cruagh or Truagh, in the co. Monaghan, were in Irish called MacIonaigh ("ionach;" Irish, a dirk), and were descended from Colla-da-Crioch, who is No. 85 on the "O'Hart" pedigree.


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