Donegan family genealogy

Arms: Az. six plates, three, two, and one, on a chief or. a demi lion ramp. gu. Crest: An orb ar. banded and surmounted by a cross pattée or.

CORMAC, brother of Suibneach, who is No. 103 on the "Dwyer" (of Coille na-Managh) pedigree, was the ancestor of MacDonnagain; anglicised Donegan,[1] and Dungan, Chiefs in the county Limerick.

103. Cormac: son of Dunchadh.

104. Maolmaith ("maith:" Irish, good.; Wel. "mad;" Arm. "mat"): his son.

105. Meclachtnan: his son.

106. Donnegan ( "donnegan:" Irish, a little lord, or a brown lord): his son; a quo MacDonnegain.

107. Treasach: his son.

108. Finé: his son.

109. Ruadhri: his son.

110. Tighearnan: his son.

111. Ruadhri: his son.

112. Maolseachlainn MacDonnagain: his son.


[1] Donegan: Several branches of this family are given by MacFirbis; the foregoing is merely the Stem.