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

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Arms: Same as those of "MacDermot" (No. 1).

DONOCH, brother of Diarmod who is No. 111 on the "MacDermott" pedigree, was the ancestor of MacMuirios, or O'Muirfeasa; anglicised Morishy, Morris, Morrisey, and MacMorris—modernised Morrison.[1]

111. Donoch: son of Teige Mór.

112. Teige: his son.

113. Muirios ("muir," Irish, the sea; "fios" or "feas," gen. "feasa," knowledge; Lat. "vis-us"), meaning "intelligence from the sea:" his son; a quo MacMuirios, etc.

114. Tomaltach (or Timothy): his son; first assumed this sirname.

115. Murtach: his son.

116. Donal: his son.

117. Malachi: his son.

118. Ceallach: his son.

119. Murtach: his son.

120. Manus: his son.

121. Maolruanaidh (or Mulroona): his son.

122. Malachi (2): his son.

123. Manus (2): his son.

124. Duald (or Dudley): his son.

125. Ferdinand O'Muirios,[2] or MacMuirios.

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[1] Morrison: Like other Scotch families of the present day, a member of the MacMuirios or O'Muirios family settled in Scotland in early times; who was the ancestor of Morrison. Sir Richard Morrison, President of the Institute of Architects, was born in Cork, in 1767. He was at first employed in the Government service in the Ordnance Department; but afterwards devoted himself to private engagements, and erected many important public buildings in Ireland—as Sir Patrick Dun's Hospital, Dublin, and the County Court Houses at Carlow, Clonmel, Dundalk, Galway, Maryborough, Naas, Roscommon, and Wexford. He was knighted in 1841, and died on the 31st of October, 1849.

[2] O'Muirios; Another "Morris" family was descended from Tiomain Muirios, the younger brother of Tiobrad, who is No. 91 on the "O'Dowd" pedigree; as follows:

91. Tiomain Muirios: son of Maoldubh, who was son of Fiachra Ealgach (or Ealleach), who was son of Dathi, the 127th Monarch of Ireland.

92. Aodh (or Hugh); his son.

93. Murtagh: his son.

94. Murtagh Oge: his son.

95. Teige O'Murios: his son.