Finnerty O'Finnerty Clans of Eire

Finnerty, O'Finnerty Clans of Ireland

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    _Keating’s Genealogy Finnerty Extracts:

 

O'Meachair [Maher  Tipperary] Genealogy:

 

90  Earc.  Brother to this Earc was Feigth son of _

       Fionnchadh Uallach, from whom O Flannagain of Cineal _

       Aga;  son of _

     89  Fionnchadh Uallach.  Brother to this Fionnchadh was

           Fionnachta from whom sprang O Meachair and every

       branch that came from him;  son of _

     88  Connla.  Of the descendants of this connla is O _

       Conchaibhair Ciannachta in Ulster;  son of _

     87  Tadhg.  This Tadhg son of Cian had five sons, namely

       Connla from whom sprang the head of this family and

       Cormac Gailsang from whom sprang O hEadhra and O

       Gadhra and O Cathasaigh, and Cormac an Chaile from

       whom sprang Muinntear Chormaic and Muinntear Cholgan

       according to the poem which begins: _

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           Proudly did Tadhg march to Battle, _

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       that is, Tadhg son of Cian, and Eochaidh and

       Muircheartach whom I do not find to have issue;  son of _

     86  Cian, son of _

     85  Oilill Olom. _

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       Thus far the branching of the descendants of Cian son

       of Oilill Olom according to their own Ollamh namely

       Donnghalach O Rioghbhradain. _

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      The genealogy of O Meachair [O'Meaghar] as follows: _

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     98  Meachar, from whom Ui Mheachair;  son of _

     97  Aodh Mor, son of _

     96  Feargna, son of _

     95  Lughaidh, son of _

     94  Donn cuan, son of _

     93  Feidhlimidh, son of _

     92  Fiathaidh, son of _

     91  Lughaidh, son of _

     90  Athchu, son of _

     89  Eochaidh Faobharghlas, son of _

     88  Fionnachta, son of _

     87  Connla, son of _

     86  Tadhg, son of _

     85  Cian, son of _

     84  Oilill Olom _

 

 

The Genealogy of O Ceallaigh [O'Kelly] _

 

    120  Tadhg, son of _

    119  Tadhg, son of _

    118  Domhnall, son of _

    117  Conchubhar, son of _

    116  Domhnall, son of _

    115  Tadhg, son of _

    114  Conchubhar, son of _

    113  Diarmuid, son of _

    112  Tadhg, son of _

    111  Conchubhar, son of _

    110  Conchubhar, son of _

    109  Tadhg of Cath Bhriain, son of _

    108  Murchadh, son of _

    107  Aodh, son of _

    106  Cealach a quo Siol gCeallaigh, son of _

    105  Fionachta, son of _

    104  Oilill, son of _

    103  Innreachtach, son of _

    102  FIthcheallach.  Of the progeny of Coscrach son of

       Fithcheallach are Clann Aodhagain;  son of _

    101  Dluthach, son of _

    100  Diocholla, son of _

     99  Eoghan Fionn.  Brother to this Eoghan was Eoghan

       Buach whence O Madagain, son of _

     98  Corbmac, son of _

     97  Fearadhach, son of _

     96  Fearadhach, son of _

     95  Lughaidh, son of _

     94  Dallan, son of _

     93  Breasal, son of _

     92  Maine Mor, son of _

     91  Eochaidh Fear da Ghiall, son of _

     90  Domhnall, son of _

     89  Iomchadh.  This Iomchadh had three brothers namely

       Deaghaidh Duirn, Eochaidh and Fiachaidh.  From

       Deaghaidh Duirn sprang Mag Mathghamhna;  from

       Eochaidh sprang Mag Uidhir and Mag Tighearnain of

       clann Feaghaile;  from Fiachaidh is sprung O Hanluain. 

       But O hInnreachtaigh is of the progeny of Iomchadh son

       of colla da Chrioch himself;  son of _

     88  Colla Da Chrioch, son of _

     87  Eochaidh Doimhlen, son of _

     86  Cairbre Lifiochair, son of _

     85  Cormac Ulfhada, son of _

     84  Art Aoinfhear, son of _

     83  Conn Ceadchathach.  Brothers to this Conn were

       Eochaidh, from whom are sprung O Nuallain in Leinster,

       and Fiachaidh Suighdhe from whom are sprung O Faolain

       and O Bric in Munster;  son of _

      

 

 

 Mac Aonghusa (MacGuiness)

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    105  Aonghus Og, son of _

    104  Aonghus Mor, a quo the race;  son of _

    103  Eideadh, son of _

    102  Laighnen, son of _

    101  Blathmhac, son of _

    100  Domhnall, son of _

     99  Conchubhar, son of _

     98  Breasal Bealdearg, son of _

     97  Aodhan, son of _

     96  Mongan, son of _

     95  Saran, son of _

     94  Maine, son of _

     93  Fothadh, son of _

     92  Conall.  Brother to this Conall was Saran s. of Caolbadh

       from whom is sprung Mac Artain;  son of _

     91  Caolbhradh, son of _

     90  Cronn Bhadhraoi, son of _

     89  Eochaidh, form whom Ui Eochach of Ulster are called, son

       of _

     88  Lughaidh, son of _

     87  Rossa, son of _

     86  Iomchadh, son of _

     85  Feidhlimidh, son of _

     84  Cas, son of _

     83  Fiachaidh Aruidhe from whom Dal nAruidhe are named, son

       of _

     82  Aonghus Gaibhne, son of _

     81  Fearghus Gaileang, son of _

     80  Tiobraide Tireach, son of _

     79  Brerasal Breac, son of _

     78  Cearb, son of _

     77  Mal, son of _

     76  Rudhruidhe, son of _

     75  Cathbhadh, son of _

     74  Giallchadh, son of _

     73  Dunchadh, son of _

     72  Fionnchadh, son of _

     71  Muireadhach, son of _

     70  Fiachaidh Fionnamhnas, son of _

     69  Irial Glunmhar, son of _

     68  Conall Cearnach.  Another son of this Conall Cearnach

       was Laoiseach Ceannmhor from whom Siol Mordha spring; 

       son of _

     67  Aimhirgin Iarghiunach, son of _

     66  Cas, son of _

     65  Fachtna, son of _

     64  Cathbhadh, son of _

     63  Cionga, son of _

     62  Rughruighe.  Another son to this Rughruidhe was Rossa

       Ruadh father of Fearghus Mac Roigh. _

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    The branching of the progeny of Fearghus Mac Roigh as follows: _

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    First.  The genealogy of O Conchubhair of Ciarraidhe [O'Connor Kerry] _