Moran family genealogy

Arms: Az. on a mount ppr. two lions combatant or. supporting a flag staff all ppr., therefrom a flag ar. Crest: Out of a mural crown a demi Saracen, head in profile all ppr. Motto: Fides non timet. [1]

MOCHAN, the third son of Finghin who is No. 97 on the "Line of Ir," p. 303, was the ancestor of O'Morain; anglicised Moran, and sometimes Morrin.

97. Finghin: son of Neidhe.

98. Mochan: his son.

99. Moran ("moran:" Irish, a multitude): his son; a quo O'Morain.

100. Fiachra: his son.

101. Iomchadh: his son.

102. Ferach: his son.

103. Tomhas: his son. 104. Giollaiosa (latinized Gelasius and Gillacius): his son.

105. Mulroona: his son.

106. Padraic: his son.

107. Muireadach: his son.

108. Melachlin: his son.

109. Dermod: his son.

110. Giolla (or William): his son.

111. Teige: his son.

112. Cathal: his son.

113. Rory: his son.

114. Muiredach (2): his son.

115. Lochlann: his son.

116. Muiredach (3): his son.

117. Owen: his son,

118. Conall: his son.

119. Rory (2): his son.

120. Rory Oge: his son.

121. Conor: his son; had a brother named William.

122. Tirlach O'Moran: son of Conor.


[1] Moran: Of this family was Mrs. Anne Moran, who was the mother of the late Doctor Christopher Asken, who was born in 1804, at Pimlico, in the "Liberties" of Dublin, where his father owned a cloth manufactory. He died a childless widower, in Nov. 1867, and was interred in Glasnevin Cemetery.