O'DONELL (No.6)

Of Austria

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

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HENRY, the third son of Charles (of Oldcastle in the county Mayo) who is No. 127 on the "O'Donel" of Oldcastle and Castlebar pedigree, was the ancestor of O'Donell, of Austria.

128. Henry: son of Charles; a Major-General in the Austrian Service.

129. Joseph Count O'Donell: his son; was Minister of Finance to the Emperor Francis the Second.

130. Maurice, Count O'Donell: his son; Field-Marshal-Lieutenant; died in 1843. This Maurice had two sons—1. Maximilian, Count O'Donnell, who saved the life of the Emperor, in 1853; and 2. Maurice, born in 1815, and living in 1887. This last named Maurice had then two sons—1. Henry, born 1845; and 2. Hugo, born in 1858; both living in 1887, together with Henry's son, who is named Rory, and was born in 1871.

131. Maximilian, Count O'Donell: a Major-General: elder son of Maurice; was born in 1812, and living in 1887.

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