MORLEY

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

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Arms: Per pale gu. and az. a leopard's face jessant-de-lis or. Crest: Out of a mural coronet a griffin's head betw. two wings.

FLAITHBHEARTACH, brother of Furadhran who is No. 97 on the "Foran" pedigree, was the ancestor of MacMhearlaoigh;[1] anglicised Morley, Marlay, Marley, Mahrlé, Mehrlé, Merlé, Merley, Murley, and Varley.

97. Flaithbheartach: son of Conchobhar.

98. Cathal: his son.

99. Baoghal: his son.

100. Conchobhar: his son; had a brother Cineadhach, a quo O'Cineadhaigh, of Scotland, anglicised Kennedy.

101. Flaithbheartach: his son.

102. Bruadaran ("bruadair:" Irish, a dream): his son; a quo MacBruadarain, anglicised MacBroderick, and Broderick, of Ulster.

103. Tadchaidh: his son.

104. Duncathach: his son.

105. Cucaille: his son.

106. Giolla Dhabheog: his son.

107. Dubhleacan: his son.

108. Mearlaoch ("mear:" Irish, quick, Heb. "maher," to hasten; "laoch," a hero): his son; a quo MacMearlaoigh.

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NOTES

[1] MacMearlaoigh: This name has been also rendered O Mearlaoigh.


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