O'FLANAGAN (No.2)

Of Orgiall

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

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Arms: Ar. a fess betw. three stags' heads cabossed gu.

FLANNAGAN, brother of Donallan who is No. 102 on the "Donnellan" pedigree, was the ancestor of O'Flannagain, of Clann Colla; anglicised O'Flanagan.

102. Flannagan: son of Moroch; a quo O'Flannagain.[1]

103. Moreach: his son.

104. Cathal: his son.

105. Cugranna: his son.

106. Moreach (2): his son.

107. Murtogh: his son.

108. Donall: his son.

109. Moreach (3): his son.

110. Murtogh (2): his son.

111. Flaitheartach: his son.

112. Murtogh (3): his son.

113. Teige: his son.

114. Dermod: his son.

115. Jeoffry: his son. This Jeoffry had two brothers—1. Shane, a quo Clann Shane;[2] 2. Connor.

116. Connor: son of Jeoffry.

117. Dermod: his son.

118. William: his son.

119. William Oge: his son; had a brother named Malachi.

120. Edmond: son of William Oge; had a brother named Teige.

121. Brian: son of Edmond.

122. Brian Oge O'Flanagan: his son.

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NOTES

[1] O'Flannagain: For the derivation of this sirname see No. 99 on the foregoing genealogy.

[2] Clan Shane: The sirnames Jacks and Johns are considered to be derived from this "Clann Shane."


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