MAYE

Lords of Orgiall

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

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[1] Arms: Ar. a chev. sa. betw. three roses or, a chief of the last. Crest: A leopard's head ppr.

IOMCHADH, a brother of Rochadh who is No. 86 on the "O'Hart" pedigree was the ancestor of O'Mheith; anglicised May, and Maye.

86. Iomchadh: son of Colla da Chrioch.

87. Muireadach Meith ("meith:" Irish, corpulent): his son; a quo O'Mheith.

88. Brian: his son.

89. Eoghan: his son.

90. Fiachra: his son.

91. Aodh: his son.

92. Fingin: his son.

93. Sgannlan: his son.

94. Maoliomlan: his son.

95. Muireadach: his son.

96. Inreachtach: his son.

97. Tadhg [Teige]: his son.

98. Dubhinreachtach: his son.

99. Maolpol: his son; meaning "the devoted of St. Paul."

100. Anbith: his son.

101. Gairbith: his son.

102. Inreachtach: his son.

103. Sgannlan: his son.

104. Dubhdarach: his son.

105. Muirceartach: his son.

106. Iomhar O'Mheith: his son.

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NOTES

[1] May: In the Vol. F. 4. 18, in Trin. Coll. Dub., it is recorded that James May, Merchant, Dublin, m. Frances (d. 5th May, 1635, and buried in St. Audoen's, Dublin), dau. of Sir Thade Duffe, of Dublin, Knt., by his wife Burnett; and had issue—1. Bartholomew May, 2. James May.


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