MACONKY

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

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Arms (of "Maconochie"): Az. three dexter hands couped fesseways in chief, each holding a bunch of arrows ppr. and in base a royal crown gold, all within a bordure gyronny of eight or and sa.

ALIOLL, brother of Eochaidh who is No. 98 on the "Dowling" pedigree, was the ancestor of MacOnchuin; anglicised MacOnchon, Maconchy, Maconky, and Maconochie.

98. Alioll: son of Muireadach: had two brothers—1. Eochaidh, 2. Eoghan.

99. Creamhthann: son of Alioll.

100. Caomhan: his son.

101. Failbhe: his son.

102. Dicneadh ("dicneadh:" Irish, without a wound): his son; a quo O'Dicneidhe, anglicised Dickney, which has been modernized Dickens.

103. Onnchu ("onnchu:" Irish, a leopard): his son; a quo MacOnchuin.

104. Cu-cuan ("cuan:" Irish, a little warrior): his son; a quo O'Cuain; anglicised Quain,[1] Quane, and Quan.

105. Irgus: his son.

106. Forabuidh: his son.

107. Maoldun: his son.

108. Cronmaol: his son.

109. Irgus (2): his son.

110. Seachnasach: his son.

111. Guaire MacOnchon: his son.

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NOTES

[1] Quain: For another "Quain" family, see the "Quin" pedigree, p. 256, ante.


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