O'MURPHY (No.7)

O'Murphy Buidhe, County Cork

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

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1. JOHN MURPHY, of Ballmurphy: son of Philip; removed at the age of 14 years to Dunbolg, assisted in the defence of that castle against the English; married there and had issue:

2. Philip (2): his son.

3. Philip (3): his son.

4. Philip (4): his son.

5. John (2): his son; had three sons:

I. Martin, of whom see the "O'Murphy" (No. 8) pedigree.

II. Patrick, of whom presently.

III. Denis.

6. Patrick: second son of John.

7. John (3): his son; had three sons:

I. Rev. William Murphy, Parish Priest of Murragh, Temple martin, and Kinneigh, co. Cork, who died at Mountpleasant in 1862, and was buried at the Catholic Church of Templemartin.

II. John, of whom see "O'Murphy" (No. 9).

III. Patrick, of whom presently.

8. Patrick: son of John (No. 7); m. a Miss Carney and had issue:

I. Rev. William, of whom presently.

II. Another son, d. s. p.

III. Mary, living unm. at Kilbrittain, in 1887.

IV. Margaret, d. young.

V. Hannah, m. Timothy Murphy Reamhar. (See No. 7 on the "O'Murphy," No. 10 pedigree).

9. Rev. William Murphy: son of Patrick; Parish Priest of Kilbrittain; living in 1887.

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