O'CONNOR (No.7)

Of Orgiall, in Ulster

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

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FIRBIS, brother of Aongus (or Æneas) who is No. 90 on the "O'Brassil West" pedigree, was the ancestor of O'Connor of Orgiall, or of Clann Colla.

90. Firbis: son of Colcan.

91. Tuathal: his son.

92. Sercan: his son.

93. Maonachan ("maoin:" Irish, esteem, wealth): his son; a quo O'Maoinachain, of Ulster, or Orgiall, anglicised Monahan, and Monaghan. From this Maonachan the territory of "Monaghan" was first so called.

94. Rimhiadh: his son.

95. Concobhar ("con:" Irish, of a warrior, and "cobhar," help): his son; a quo O'Conchobhair, anglicised O'Connor.

96. Maolmichil (meaning the devoted of St. Michael): his son; a quo Michil, and Mitchell, of Clan Colla.

97. Dubhdara: his son.

98. Seanghain (Seanghain: Irish, "a child near its time of being born"): his son; a quo O'Sheanghain [1] anglicised Shannon, and Hyde.

99. Giolla Dun O'Connor: his son.

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NOTES

[1] O'Sheanghain: This sirname is quite distinct from O'Sheanchain ("seancha;" Irish, an antiquary or genealogist; "an," one who), anglicised Shanahan, and modernized Shannon.


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