O'KELLY (No.3)

Of Gallagh [1] (now "Castle Blakeney"), County Galway

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

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Arms: Same as "O'Kelly" (No. 1).

DONOGH O'KELLY, of Gallagh, co. Galway, Esq., had:

2. William, who had:

3. Melaghlin, who had .

4. William, of Callagh, Esq., who had:

5. Teige, of Clonbreak, who had:

6. Connor, of Clonbreak, who had:

7. Donal, of Down, co. Galway, who had:

8. Donal Reagh, who had:

9. Donogh, of Down, gent., who d. 1639. He m. Mary, dau. of Richard Bourke of Ballynacreagh, gent., co. Galway, and had:

10. Melaghlin, whose first wife was Una, daughter "Doo Dala" O'Kelly, of Fohananin, co. Galway, gent.; and whose second wife was Katherine, dau. of Enehan O'Kelly.

11. Donogh O'Kelly: son of said Melaghlin.

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NOTES

[1] Gallagh: The O'Kellys were expelled from Gallagh by an English military officer named Blakeney; so that the site of Gallagh is the present Castle Blakeney situated between Mount Bellew and Ballinasloe. The modern Gallagh near Tuam was so called in honour of the ancient seat of that name.


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