O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees
Who are descended from Laegrius Lorc, a son of Hugonius
Magnus (or Ugaine Mor, No. 60, page 104), the 66th Monarch
of Ireland. Laegrius Lorc, himself, was the 68th monarch;
and began to reign, before Christ 598.
60. Hugonius Magnus.
61. Laegrius Lorc: his son.
62. Oliollus Aine: his son.
63. Labhradh Loingseach (Lauradius Navalis): his son.
64. Oliollus Braccan: his son.
65. Aeneas Ollamh: his on; the 73rd monarch.
66. Braessal: his son.
67. Fergusius: his son; 80th monarch; slain, B.C. 384.
68. Felim: his son.
69. Crimthann Coagrach: his ons; the 85th monarch.
70. Mogha-Airt: his son.
71. Airt or Arturus: his son.
72. Alloid (by some called Olioll): his son.
73. Nuadad Falloid: his son.
74. Ferragh foglas: his son.
75. Olioll Glas: his son.
76. Fiacha Fibhree; his son.
77. Brassal Breac: his son.
This Braessal Breac had two sons, between whom he
divided his country, viz.: to his eldest son Luy (who was
ancestor of the kings, nobility, and gentry of Leinster)
he gave all the territories on the north side of the river
Berva, from Wicklow to Drogheda; and to his son Conla
(ancestor of the kings, nobility and gentry of Ossory) he
gave the south part, from the said river to the sea.
78. Luy: his son.
79. Sedna: his son; built the royal city of "Rath-Alinne."
80. Nuadad Neacht (or Neass): his son; the 96th monarch.
81. Fergus Fairge (or Fergus the Mariner): his son;
This Fergus had a brother named Baoisgne, who was
father of Sualach, who was father of Cubhall [Coole],
who was father of Fionn, commonly called "Finn MacCoole."
82. Rossius: his son.
83. Fionn File (file: Irish, a poet); his son.
84. Conorius (or Conquovarus): his son; the 99th
monarch of Ireland.
85. Mogh Corb: his son.
86. Cu-Corb: his son.
87. Niadh (or Nia) Corb: his son.
88. Cormac: his son.
89. Felimy or Felim: his son.
90. Cathirius Magnus (Cahir Mor): his son.
This Cahir Mor* was the 109th monarch of Ireland.
91. Rossius Failge: his son; a quo "Hy-Failge" (or
the descendants of Failge), afterwards the name of the
territory itself which they possessed. This word "Hy-
Failge" is the root of "Offaley;" and the origin of the
epithet applied to the O'Conors of this territory, namely,
the O'Connor "Faley," signifying the O'Conors of Offaley.
92. Nathy: his son.
93. Eugenius or Owen: his son.
94. Cathal or Cathaoir: his son.
95. Maolumha: his son.
96. Foranan: his son.
97. Congall: his son.
98. Diomusach: his son; a quo Dempsey and O'Dempsey.
*Cahir Mor: This monarch was king of Leinster in the beginning
of the second century. He divided his great possessions amongst
his thirty sons, in a will called "the Will of Cahirmore," contained
in the "Book of Leacan" and in the "Book of Ballymote." His
posterity formed the principal families in Leinster: namely, the
O'Conors "Faley," princes of Offaley; the O'Dempseys, the O'Dunns,
the O'Regans, MacColgans, O'Hartys, MacMurroughs, kings of
Leinster; the Cavenaghs, O'Byrnes, O'Tooles, O'Murphys,
O'Mulrians, or O'Ryans, the O'Kinnsellaghs, O'Duffys, O'Dowlings,
O'Cormacs, O'Muldoons, O'Gormans, O'Mullens, O'Mooneys, etc.
The other chief families of Leinster, of the Heremon line, descended from
the same stock as the ancestors of Cahir Mor, were the MacGillpatricks
or Fitzpatricks, princes of Ossory; the O'Dwyers, chiefs in Tipperary;
the O'Nolans, chiefs in Carlow; the O'Brennans, chiefs in Kilkenny, etc.
99. Florence or Flann: his son.
100. Aeneas: his son.
101. Muron: his son.
102. Kenath: his son.
103. Flanega or Flancha: his son.
104. Conor: his son; a quo O'Conor "Faley" or
O'Conor of Offaley.
105. Maomorra (or Myles) O'Conor: his son.
106. Fionn: his son.
107. Congallach: his son.
108. Conor: his son.
109. Braorban: his son.
110. Dunslevy: his son.
111. Congallagh (2): his son.
112. Murtagh; his son; a quo Murtagh.
113. Conafney: his son; a quo Cooney.
114. Donogh: his son.
115. Murtagh: his son.
116. Maolmorra: his son.
117. Murtagh (of Kilkenny): his son.
118. Murtagh (of Dublin): his son.
119. Murtagh (of Carrig): his son.
120. Murtagh Oge: his son.
121. Moroch: his son.
122. Calaoch: his son.
123. Conn: his son.
124. Cahir: his son.
125. Patrick: his son.
126. Teige: his son.
127. Patrick O'Conor Faley: his son.
|89. Fiachus or Fiacha, the youngest
son of Cahir Mor, the
109th monarch of ireland, and No. 90 on the O'Conor
"Faley" Stem, was ancestor of O'Toole.
90. Cahir Mor or Cathirius Magnus, King of Leinster,
and the 109th Monarch of Ireland.
91. Fiacha: his son.
92. Breasal Bealach: his son; who was the second
Christian King of Leinster. This King was ancestor of
Hughes (of Leinster), Kavanagh or Cavanagh, MacDavid,
MacMorough, MacOnchon, Mooney (of Wicklow and Wexford),
Murphy, O'Byrne, O'Meala, O'Hanrahan, O'Harrachtan,
O'Ryan, O'Toole, etc.
93. Enna Nia Hada: his son; whose brother Laura
was ancestor of MacMorough.
94. Dunlong: his son; a quo Dowling.
95. Ailioll; his on; who was the fifth Christian King
of Leinster. This Ailioll had a brother named Maonach,
who was the ancestor of Mooney of Wicklow and Wexford.
96. Cormac; his son.
97. Carbry Dubh; his son.
98. Colman: his son.
99. Faolan; his son.
100.Conell: his son.
101. Bran Moot: his son; was the 14th Christian King
of Leinster; died A.D. 689.
102. Moroch: his son; a quo Murphy. This Moroch
(or Murcha) was the 16th Christian King of Leinster. He
had a son Faolan, who was the 18th King of Leinster;
this Faolan was the ancestor of Byrne and O'Byrne, of
103. Muredach: his son; was the ancestor of O'Toole.
104. Bran: his son.
105. Muredach (2): his son.
106. Dunlong: his son.
107. Ailioll: his son.
108. Augary: his son.
109. Tuathal: his son; a quo the sirnames Toole and
110. Duncuan: his son.
111. Gill-Comgall O'Toole: his son; was the first who
assumed this sirname.
112. Gill-Caomgan: his son.
113. Duncuan Baccach: his son.
114. Gill-Comgall Baccach: his son.
115. Gill-Camhan Faithche: his son.
116. Waltero: his son.
117. Gill-Caomhinn Na Fichle: his son.
118. Faolan: his son.
119. David: his son.
120. Aodh or Hugh: his son.
121. Shane or John Roe: his son.
122. Hugh: his son.
123. John O'Toole; his son.
|101.Moroch or Murcha, who was the
sixteenth Christian king
of Leinster, and who is No. 102 on the stem of the O'Toole
family (page 157), had a son named Faolan, who was the
eighteenth king of Leinster; this Faolan was the ancestor
of O'Byrne of Wicklow.
103. Faolan: the 18th Christian king of Leinster.
104. Rory: his son,
105. Dermot: his son.
106. Muregan: his son.
107. Maolmorra: his son.
108. Bran Fionn: his on; a quo Byrne and O'Byrne.
109. Moroch: his son.
110. Maolmorra (2): his son.
111. Brann (2): his son.
112. Donoch na Soighe (soighead or saighead: irish, an
arrow, a dart; lat. sagitta) O'Byrne: his son. This Donoch
was the first of the family who assumed this sirname.
113. Donoch (2) Mor: his son.
114. Donald Na Scath (scath: Irish, a shadow): his son.
115. Dunlong Dubhchlarana (Dubhchlarana: Irish, a
small, dark person): his son.
116. Olioll An Fiodhbha (fiodhbha: Irish, a wood): his son.
117. Moroch Mor: his son.
118. Donoch (3): his son.
119. Ranald: his son.
120. Philip: his son.
121. Lorcan: his son.
122. Ranald (2): his son.
123. Conor: his son.
124. Donald Glas (glas: Irish, green): his son.
125. Hugh; his son.
126. Shane or John: his son.
127. Redmond: his son.
128. John (2): his son.
129. Hugh (2): his son.
130. Fiacha: his son.
131. Felim O'Byrne: his son.
|Enna Nia Hada, No. 98 on the Stem of the O'Toole
had a brother named Laura; this Laura was the ancestor of
MacMorough, kings of Leinster.
93. Laura, son of Breasal Bealach, the second Christian
king of Leinster, and brother of Enna Nia Hada, as above.
94. Enna Cinsealach: his son; a quo the sirname Kinsela.
95. Crimthann Cas: his son.
96. Nathy: his son.
97. Owen: his son.
98. Siolan: his son; a quo Sloan.
99. Faelan: his son.
100. Faolchu: his son.
101. Onchu: his son.
102. Rudgal: his son.
103. Hugh: his son.
104. Dermot: his son.
105. Carbry: his son.
106. Keneth: his son.
107. Ceallach: his son.
108. Donald; his son.
109. Dermot (2): his son.
110. Donoch Maol Na Mbo: his son.
111. Dermot: his son. This Dermot or Dermitius was
the 49th Christian king of Leinster, and the 177th Milesian
monarch of Ireland.
112. Murcha, Moroch, or Morough: his son; a quo the
sirnames Mac Morough and Morrow. This Murcha was the
50th Christian king of Leinster.
113. Donoch; his son; who was the 56th king of Leinster.
114. Dermot-Na-Ngall (Na Ngall: Irish, the foreigners)
or Dermot MacMorough: his son. This Dermot was the last
king of Leinster.
|Dermod na-nGall, who is No. 114 on the "MacMorough"
pedigree, had a son named Donald Caomhanach, who was
the ancestor of O'Caomhanaighe; anglicised Kavanagh and
Cavanagh; and a quo Cavaignac, in France.
114. Dermod-na-nGall, the last king of Leinster; had a
brother named Moroch-na-nGaoidhail, who was the
ancestor of Davidson.
115. Donald caomhanach ("caomh"; Irish, gentle; Lat.
"com-is"; Arab. "kom", noble): son of Dermod; a quo
O'Caomhanaighe. This Donald had a brother named
Eanna, who was the ancestor of Kinselagh.
116. Donald oge; son of Donald camhanach; prince
117. Murtagh: his son; prince of Leinster; had a brother
named Arthur - both of whom were beheaded, A.d. 1281.
118. Moroch (or Maurice): son of Murtagh.
119. Murtagh (2): his son; lord of Leinster; had a brother
120. Arthur mor; his son.
121. Arthur oge: his son.
122. Gerald: his son; lord of Leinster.
123. Donall reac: his son.
124. Arthur buidhe; his son; had a brother named Maurice.
125. Murtagh; son of Arthur buidhe.
126. Cathaoir [Cahyr] carrach: his son.
127. Donoch, of Clonmullen, county Carlow: his son.
128. Donall-an-Spaine (or "Donall the Spaniard"): his
son; died in 1631. From this Donall some derive the
129. Sir Moroch Cavanagh: his son.
|Eanna, younger brother of Donald caomhanach who is
115 on the "Kavanagh" pedigree, was the ancestor of
O'Ceannsalaighe ("ceann"; Irish, the head; "salach", unclean);
anglicised Kinselagh, Kensela, Kingsley, and Kinsley.
115. Eanna: son of Dermod-na-nGall, king of Leinster; first
assumed the sirname Kinselagh.
116. Tirlach ("tor", gen. "tuir"; Irish, a tower of bulwark;
lat. "tur-ris"; and "leac"; Irish, a stone): his son; a quo
MacTorleice, anglicised MacTirlogh, MacTerence,
MacTerry, and Terrie.
117. Moroch: his son.
118. Thomas fionn: his son.
119. Dermod: his son.
120. Donoch: his son.
121. Arthur: his son.
122. Donoch (2): his son.
123. Edmond Kinselagh: his son.
|Felim, brother of Crimthann cas who is No. 95 on the
"MacMorough" pedigree, was the ancestor of O'Dubhlaoidh,
lords of Fertulagh; anglicised Dooley, Dowley, Doolan, Dulen
95. Felim, son of Eanna cinsealach; had a brother named Deadhach,
who was the ancestor of O'Dea and Day, of Leinster.
96. Aeneas: son of Felim.
97. Muredach: his son; had a brothernamed Uargus,
who was the ancestor of Duncan (as in the next following
98. Eochaidh, king of Leinster: son of Muredach; fled to
Scotland. He had two brothers - 1. Alioll, who was the ancestor
of Maconky; and 2. Eoghan (Owen), who was the ancestor of
O'Harraghtan of Leinster.
99. Brandubh: son of Eochaidh; the tenth Christian king of
Leinster; A.D. 594.
100. Cineth: his son; had a brother named Seicne, who was
the ancestor of Murphy.
101. Donald; son of Cineth.
102. Alioll: his son; a quo "Rath Alioll."
103. Dubhlaodh ("dubh"; Irish, black; "laodh", a calf);
his son; a quo O'Dubhlaidh (by some written O'Dunlaing).
104. Cucoille: his son.
105. Alioll (2): his son.
106. Maolsaraan: his son.
107. Onchu: his son.
108. Flann: his son.
109. Maolwradh: his son.
110. Alioll (8): his son.
111. Dubhlaodh (2): his son.
112. Dubh ("dubh"; Irish, dark-featured): his son;
anglicised O'Deevy, and modernized Devoy, Duff, Duffe;
had a brother named Donogh, who was the ancestor of
113. Solomon: son of Dubh.
114. Padraic: his son.
115. Gillchriosd: his son.
116. Padraic (2): his son.
117. Gillchriosd O'Dowling: his son.
|Uargus, brother of Muredach who is No. 97 on the
("Dowling") pedigree, was the ancestor of O'Duncinn ("dun": Irish,
a fortress; "ceann", gen. "cinn", a chief; Chald. "knan"); anglicised
Duncan and Dunkin.
97. Uargus: son of Aeneas.
98. Alioll: his son.
|Seicne (or Secin), brother of Cineth
who is No. 100 on the
"Dowling" pedigree, was the ancestor of O Muircatha, and
MacMuircatha (by some written O'Muirchu, O'Moroghu,
MacMurchada, and MacMurchadain); anglicised Murphy,
Morphy, and Morrin.
100. Seicin: son of Brandubh.
101. Seagal ("seagal"; Irish; rye; Fr. "seigle"; Lat. "secal-e"):
his son; had a brother named Nochan, who was ancestor of
Hanraghan, of Leinster.
102. Mochtighearna: his son.
103. Dungal: his son.
104. Aodh fionn: his son.
105. Alioll: his son.
106. Aongus (or Aeneas): his son.
107. Muircath (Muirchu, or Morogh): his son; a quo
O'Muircatha ("muircatha"; Irish, a sea battle; "muirchu",
a hound or warrior of the sea).
108. Dounsliabh: his son.
109. Donoch: his son.
110. Donald ruadh O'Murphy:: his son.
|Cormac, brother of Eoghan (or Owen) who is No. 97 on
"MacMorough" pedigree, was the ancestor of O'Righin; anglicised
Mulrian and Ryan.
97. Cormac: son of Nathi.
98. Colman (also called Colum): his son; a quo Siol Coluim, now
99.Ronan: his son.
100. St. Crohnmaol (22 June): his son.
101. Aodh (or Hugh) roin: his son.
102. Colman (2): his son.
103. Laignen: his son.
104. Cairbre: his son.
105. Hugh: his son.
106. Bruadar ("bruadar"; Irish, a reverie): his son; a quo
O'Bruadair, anglicised Broder, Broderick, and Bradner.
107. Dubhghall: his son.
108. Righin ("righin"; Irish, sluggish, dilatory): his son;
a quo O'Righin.
109. Cairbre (2): his son.
110. Teige: his son.
111. Donoch:: his son.
112. Melachlain: his son.
113. Lucas: his son.
114. Daithi (or David): his son.
115. Neimheach: his son.
116. Jeoffry: his son.
117. Henry: his son.
118. Henry Mulrian: his son.
Moroch na-nGaodhail (or "Moroch of the Gael"), brother
of Dermod na nGaill (or "Dermod of the English", meaning
Dermod MacMorogh, the last king of Leinster), whi is No.
114 on the "Kavanagh" pedigree, ws the ancestor of
MacDaibhidh; anglicised MacDavid (meaning the son of
David) and modernized Davidson.
114. Moroch na nGaodhail.
115. Murtogh: his son.
116. Donoch reamhar* ("reamhar": Irish, fleshy): his son.
117. Murtogh: his son.
118. Donoch: his son.
119. Eimhin ruadh ("eimh": irish, active; "raudh", red),
or red Edmond: his son; a quo, some say, MacRedmond,
which has been modernized Redmond.
120. Seanach (called Owen): his son; had a brother
121. Manus: son of Seanach.
122. David mor: his son; a quo MacDaibhidh.
123. Patrick: his son.
124. Felim: his son.
125. David (2): his son.
126. Patrick MacDavid: his son.
*Donoch reamhar [raw-war]: This Donoch had a brother named
Conor, who was father of Dermod, the father of William, the
father of Maurice, the father of Murtogh, who was abbot of Ferna,
in the county Wexford.
|Riaghan, brother of Donald who is No. 101 on the
"Dempsey" pedigree, was the ancestor of O'Duin; anglicised
Doyne, Dun, Dunn, and Dunne.
101. Riaghan ("riagh": Irish, to gibbet): son of Cineth; a quo
O'Riaghain, anglicised O'Regan - one of "The Four Tribes of
102. Malfiona: his son.
103. Dubhgall: his son.
104. Dun ("dun": Irish, a hill, or fortress): his son; a quo
O'Duin; had a brother named Dubhrean, who was ancestor
105. Ficheallach O'Duinn: son of Dun; the first who
assumed this sirname.
106. Amhailgadh: his son.
107. Congalach: his son; a quo O'Conghaile or O'Congalaigh,
anglicised Congaly and Conolly.
108. Cublasma: his son.
109. Caroill: his son.
110. Conbhach: his son; had a brother named Branan, a quo
111. Dunsleibhe: son of Conbhach.
112. Conbhach (2): his son.
113. Amhailgadh (or Awly): his son.
114. Teige: his son.
115. Awly (2): his son.
116. Awly (3): his son.
117. Donoch: his son.
118. Roger: his son; was the first who assumed the
119. Leinach: his son.
120. Teige (Thady or Thadeus): his son.
121. Teige (2): his son; chief of his name; married
to Margaret, daughter of Shane (an diomuis) O'Neill.
122. Teige (3): his son.
123. Teige O'Doyne, of Castlebrack, Queen's Co.:
his son; prince of Oregon, and chief of his name; was living
in 1593; had five sons, and a brother named Tirlogh who was
the ancestor of Dunn of Ards (as in the next following pedigree).
|Eanna ceannsalach, king of Leinster, who is No. 94 on
"MacMorrough" pedigree, had seven sons: Deachach, the
seventh of these sons, was the ancestor of O'h-Aodha;
anglicised Hay, Hayes, Haiz, Hughes, Hewes, O'Hay and O'Hugh.
95. Deadhach: son of Eanna ceannsalach.
96. Aeneas: his son; had a brother named Eoghan, who
was the ancestor of St. Moling, whose feast is on the 27th June.
97. Aodh: son of Aeneas.
98. Conmaol: his son.
99. Dubh-dacrioch: his son.
100. Eanachan: his son.
101. Deimhin: his son.
102. Aodh ("aodh": Irish, fire, the Vesta of the Pagan Irish);
his son; a quo O'h-Aodha.
103. Moroch: his son.
104. Donald O'Hugh: his son; first assumed this sirname.
105. Giolla (or William): his son.
106. Eachtighearna: his son.
107. CInaodh (or Cineth): his son.
108. Dunlong: his son.
109. Gillmoling: his son.
110. Dunsliabh: his son.
111. Hugh O'Hughes: his son.
|Nochan, brother of Seagal who is No. 101 on the
"Murphy" pedigree, was the ancestor of O'h-Anracain,
of Leinster; anglicised Hanraghan, and Rakes.
101. Nochan ("nocha": Irish, ninety; "an" one who):
son of Seicin.
102. Fiach: his son.
103. Maolleathan: his son.
104. Snidhgobhan: his son.
105. Tiomainach ("tiomain": Irish, to fall on); his son;
a quo O'Tiomainaighe of Leinster), anglicised Timony.
106. Sliabhan ("sliabh": Irish, a mountain): his son; a quo
O'Sliabhain, anglisied Slevin.
107. Anracan ("racan": Irish, mischief; "raca": rake): his
son; a quo O'h-Anracain.
|Alioll, brother of Eochaidh who is No. 98 on the
"Dowling" pedigree, was the ancestor of MacOnchuin;
anglicised MacOnchon, and Maconky.
98. Alioll: son of Muireadach; had two brothers, 1.
Eochaidh, 2. Eoghan.
99. Creamhthann: son of Alioll.
100. Comhan: his son.
101. Failbhe: his son.
102. Dicneadh ("dicneadh": Irish, without a wound): his
son; a quo O'Dicneidhe, anglicised Dickney, which has been
103. Onnchu ("onnchu": Irish, a leopard): his son; a
104. Cu-cuan ("cuan": Irish, a little warrior): his son;
a quo O'Cuiain, anglicised Quain, Quane, and Quan.
105. Irgus: his son.
106. Forabuidh: his son.
107. Maoldun: his son.
108. Cronmaol: his son.
109. Irgus (2): his son.
110. Seachnasach: his son.
111. Gauire MacOnchon: his son.
|Eochan (or Owen), brother of Alioll who is No. 98 on
"Maconky" pedigree, was the ancestor of an O'Airachdain
family; anglicised Harraghtan, Harrington, and Hargadan.
98. Eoghan (or Owen); his son.
99. Owen (2): his son.
100. Beice: his son.
101. Lagnen: his son.
102. Mochtighearna: his son.
103. Forgalach: his son.
104. Owen (3): his son.
105. Cronmaol: his son.
106. Coscrach: his son.
107. Snagaidhil: his son.
108. Melachlin: his son.
109. Airachdan ("airachda": Irish, of great stature):
his son; a quo O'h-Airachdain.
110. Owen (4): his son.
111. Beice O'Harraghtan: his son.
|Dubhrean, a younger brother of Dun who is No. 104 on
the "O'Dunn" pedigree, was the ancestor of O'Riaghain,
(one of the "Four Tribes of Tara"); anglicised O'Regan.
104. Dubhrean: son of Dubhghall.
105. Dubhda: his son.
106. Maolcroine: his son.
107. Giollamuire caoch O'Riaghain ("riagh": Irish, to gibbet)::
his son; chief of Hy-Riaghain - now the barony of "Tinehinch",
in the Queen's County.
|Daire, brother of Rosa failge* who is No. 91 on the
(Faley) pedigree, was the ancestor of O'Gormain; anglicised
Gorman, and O'Gorman.
91. Daire: second son of Cathair [Cahir] Mor, king of Leinster
and the 109th monarch of Ireland.
92. Feig: his son; had a brother named Breacan ("breacan: Irish, "a
party-coloured or striped stuff, anciently used by different people as
their trowse and cloaks"), who was the ancestor of Mulvy; and a quo
O'Breacain, anglicised Bracken.
93. Berchan: son of Feig; had a brother named Owen (Eoghan)
who was the ancestor of Mooney, of Fermanagh.
94. Earc: son of Berchan; had a brother named St. Fiagg (12 October).
95. Aeneas: son of Earc; had a brother named Dallan.
96. Eocha: son of Aeneas.
97. Dermod: his son.
98. Cormac: his son.
99. Gorman: his son; had a brother named Cormac.
100. Donald: son of Gorman.
101. Suibhneach: his son.
102. Maoilmuire: his son.
103. Gobhgan: his son.
104. Eocha: his son.
105. Gorman ("gorm": Irish, illustrious); his son; a quo O'Gormain.
106. Dunagan: his son.
107. Gasan: his son.
108. Duach dubh: his son.
109. Treasach: his son.
110. Aodh (or Hugh): his son.
111. Donoch: his son.
112. Murtach: his son; the first of the family that settled
113. Gorman (3); his son.
114. Scannail: his son.
115. Eachtighearnach: his son; had a brother named Maccraith.
116. Moroch (a corruption of the Irish muirchu, which
signifies "a sea hound or warrior"): his son. This name has
also been written "Murcha," and "Morogh."
117. Cumeid ("mend", gen. "meid", Irish, bulk or bigness): his son;
a quo O'Meid, anglicised Mead and Meade.
118. Concobhar: his son.
119. Donald (2): his son.
120. Cumeid (2): his son.
121. Conbhach: his son.
122. David: his son.
123. Dathi: his son.
124. John: his son.
125. Dermod: his son; had a brother named Conbhach.
126. Donald: son of Dermod; had a brother named Melaghlin.
127. Conbhach (2): his son.
128. Donald (3): his son.
129. Maolseaghlainn (or Melaghlin):: his son.
130. Dermod (8)L his son.
131. Donald (4): his son.
132. Melaghlin: his son.
133. Dermod (4): his son.
134. Nicholas O'Gorman; his son.
|Eoghan (or Owen), brother of Berchan who in No. 93 on
the "O'Gorman" pedigree, was the ancestor of O'Maoenaigh;
anglicised Mooney, and Money.
93. Owen: son of Feig.
94. Alioll mor: his son.
95. Maoinach ("maoin", gen. "maoine": Irish, wealth; Engl.
"money"): his son; a quo O'Maonaigh, and the territory of
Feara maoinaigh (anglicised "Fermanagh"), which was given
to him by his uncle, the then Irish monarch.
96. Corcran: son of Maoinach; had two brothers - 1. Fiachra,
ancestor of Mooney, of Lochern, and 2. Iardun, ancestor of Clann
97. Conall: son of Corcran.
98. Ionglan: his son.
99. Gilearan ("gile": Irish, whiteness, and "aran", bread):
his son; a quo O'Gileaerain, anglicised Gillard and Gilleran.
100. Maoltoghadh: his son.
101. Conadhgan: his son.
102. Gallan: his son.
103. Dallgan: his son.
104. Canamhuin (see canmen, old Lat. form of "carmen"): his son.
105. Coscrach: his son.
106. Giollabrighid: his son.
107. Cearnach: his son.
108. Ranall O'Mooney: his son.
Later Editions of O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees
Lords of Hy-Felimy, County Wexford.
Arms: Quarterly, ar. and gu., four lions ramp. counterchanged; on a fesse sa. three garbs or. Crest: A lion ramp. gu. supporting a garb or. Motto: Fortis et hospitalis.
Seicne (or Seigin), brother of Cineth who is No. 100 on the "Dowling" pedigree, was the ancestor of O'Muircatha (sometimes written MacMurchada, MacMurchadain, O'Muirchu, O'Morogliu, O'Morchoe, and O'Murchada); anglicised Murchoe, Murrough, Murphy, Murphie, Murpy, Morphie, Morphy, Morpie, Morpy, O'Murphy and Morrin. The tribe name of the family was Hy-Felimy.
100. Seicne: son of Brandubh
101. Seagal ("seagal": Irish, rye, Fr. "seigle", Lat. "secal-e"): his son; had a brother Nochan, who was ancestor of Hanrahan, of Leinster.
103. Dungalach: his son.
104 Aodh Fionn: his son.
105. Alioll: his son.
106. Murcha: his son.
107. Aongus: his son.
108. Muir-cath (Muirchu or Morogh): his son; a quo MacMuircatha ("muircatha": Irish, a sea battle), and O'Muirchu ("muircu": Irish, a sea warrior) etc.
109. Dunsliabh: his son.
110. Donoch: his son.
111. Donal Ruadh: his son. In the Book of Leinster, page 391, the "O'Murphy" (of Leinster, or Hy-Felimy) pedigree is traced down to this Donal Ruadh, thus: Donal Ruadh, son of Donchadh (or Donogh), son of Dunslebhe, son of Murchadh,son of Aongus, son of Murcha, son of Oilill, son of Aodh Fionn, son of Dungalach, son of Mochtighearna, son of Siadhal,son of Seigin, son of Brandubh, son of Eochaidh (a quo Keogh, of Leinster), son of Muredach, son of Aongus, son of Felim (a quo Hy-Felimy), son of Eanna Ceannsalach- King of Leinster.
112. Donal Ban (bawn): his son.
113. Dermod: his son.
114. Donoch: his son.
115. Donoch Oge: his son.
116. Cathal: his son.
117. Murtagh: his son. 118. Phelim: his son.
119. Donal: his son. This Donal, "Chief of Hy-Felimy, was in 1381 slain by the Hy-Kinselagh."- see O'Donovan's 'Four Masters', Vol. IV., p. 685.
120. Eimin: son of Donal.
121. Murtagh O'Morchoe. (This sirname is now rendered Murphy.) of Tobberlimnich (now rendered "Toberlumny"), Chief of his Sept. Had, A.D. 1461, a charter to entitle him to use English law over his Sept and his country; according to a Petition still preserved among the State Papers in England. This Murtagh, together with Kavanagh, Kinselagh, and MacDavy Mor held their lands by descent or primogeniture, not by Tansitry- which was the Irish custom.
122. Teige: his son.
123. Art: his son; had a younger brother name Mahon, who, accord- p. 693 Chap. IV.) O'MU Heremon Genealogies. O'MU. ing to the Annals of the Four Masters, Vol. IV, page 1159, was in 1488, treacherously slain by Donogh, son of the lord of Hy-Kinselagh.
124. Donal Mor: son of Art; Chief of his Sept. Was possessed of the "Wilde Orcharde" alias "Owllarde Lyah" (more recently rendered Oulcartleagh), and was "agressed to pay yearly as Kildaris Duties for the defence of 'O'Moroghe Country' at Michaelmas XX Kyne or X Milkine, A.D. 1537." Had a brother Teige. This Donal, Chief of his Sept, was the O'Morchoe, temp. Henry VIII., and Edward VI. In the latter reign, after long resistance, he was overthrown, attainted, and his estates and the territory of the Sept were confiscated to the Crown. A considerable portion of this confiscated property was granted, in the reigns of Elizabeth and James I, to the Synotts, as rewards for their "fidelty and noble service in suppressing common enemies". The overthrow of Donal Mor and the subjugation of his followers (temp. Edward VI.) broke the power of the Sept "O'Murphy," from which, as an independent Sept, they never rallied. Many of them dispersed and settled in Carlow, Kilkenny, and the neighbouring counties, where they afterwards became numerous. Some went to Spain where they distinguished themselves in arms. Later on, in the Cromwellian period, and after the capitulation of Limerick, numbers followed Sarsfield to France, many took refuge in Spain and other countries, where they also distinguished themselves in arms and diplomacy. In the Patent and Close Rolls in Chancery, 5th Edward VI, Donal Mor is styled "Lord O'Morgho" (O'Murphy), which establishes the position of the Sept, and its Chief at that time, as an independent family.
125. Art, of Tobberlimnich: son of Donal Mor; Chief of his Sept.
126. Donal, of Tobberlimnich: his son; Chief of his Sept; had two sons: -1. Conall; 2. Brian, whose son Art, of Ouleartleagh, escaped the Cromwellian confiscations.
127. Conall O'Morchoe, of Tobberlimnich: son of Donal: Chief of his Sept; died October, 1634, and was buried at Castle Ellis. This Conall married Joan, daughter of Donal and Spaineach Kavanagh (See No. 128 on the "Kavanagh" (No. 2) pedigree, p. 494, ante.), of Clonmullen, county Carlow, and had five sons and seven daughters: The sons were- 1. Teige, of whom presently; 2. Phelim, living in 1634; 3. Pierce, living in 1634; 4. David (or Daniel), living in 1634; 5. Gerald, living in 1634; the daus. were: 1. Joan, who married James, son of Donach O'Morchoe, of Ruanmore, gent.; 2. Ellen or Elinor, who mar. Edmond O'Morchoe, of Ballymacdonaghfyn, gent.; 3. Mary, who married Thomas Synnot, of Clone. 4. Ellenor, living in 1634; 5. Elizabeth, living in 1634; 6. Honor or Onora, living in 1634; 7. Margaret, who married John Rowe, of Ballybrennan.}
128. Teige: eldest son of Conall. Succeeded his father in 1634, being then of full age; married Anne, daughter of David Redmond, of Rahin-Callengallen (or Rahinedrumgullion), gent., and had Brian of whom presently. This Teige "was seized in fee on 23rd October, 1641 of Tobberlimnich and Tourknick: 170 acres; Garrybranagh, 182 acres; Monganbo, 111 acres; Crymure and Kilmaloney, 109 acres: Total, 572. Barony of Ballaghkeene, county Wexford. Being so seized, he was in actual rebellion, and commanded a company of 500 Rebels, with whom he marched towards the City of Dublin, where he was slain in Battle: when his lands were forfeited."- Inquisition taken at Wexford, 7th May 1663, Anno 15 Charles II.
129. Brian: son of Teige.
130. Art (or Arthur), of Ballyellen, county Carlow; son of Brian; living in 1690; d.s.p.Had two younger brothers- 1. Teige, who d. umm. 2. Edmund, born 1693, died 16th May, 1763, and was buried in Old Leighlin churchyard, county Carlow. This Edmund had four sons.
I. David, b. 1723; d. 3rd Sept., 1777.
II. James, born 1730; died 12th October, 1754.
III. Daniel, b. 1740; died 27th December, 1777.
IV. Andrew (of whom presently), b. 1741; d. 28 Sept. 1793,
(as far as we can find, David, James and daniel, here mentioned,
[The line continues through No. 134, a William Sarsfield Murphy, born 1865, eldest son of Edward, of Montreal, living in 1887.]
|Note: The current chieftain of O'Morchoe (Murphy) is David Nial Creagh O'Morchoe of Wexford, recognized in 1944 by MacLysaght. David Nial's father was Nial Creagh O'Morchoe, b. 26 Sept. 1895 at Kilternan. His grandfather, Rev. Thomas Arthur MacMurrogh O'Morchoe of Oulartleigh , inc. of Kilternan, is the last person named in this pedigree (No. 137), Thomas-Arthur MacMurrough Murphy, born in 1865.|
Of Ouleartleagh, County Waterford
Teige, a brother of Donal Mor who is No. 124 on the "O'Murphy" (No. 1) pedigree, was the ancestor of this branch of that family:
124. Teige O'Morchoe, of Ouleartleagh, or "Fracht Lea", as it was sometimes called: son of Art. 125. Art Ruadh: his son; obtained a pardon A.D. 1551- 6 Edward VI.
126. Hugh Ballach, of Ouleartleagh and Cooleknock: son of Art.
127. Brian O'Morchoe, of Ouleartleagh: his son. named in all the patents of his lands as "Brian MacHugh Ballagh" or Brian, son of "Freckled Hugh." Had a grant by patent, Anno 15 James I., of the lands of Oulartleigh More, Tenneberney, and Ballymabodagh, Cooleknockmore, Coolenaboy next Tomlean, and Kian, in the barony of Ballaghkeene, in the territory of the "Murrows," in co. Wexford. Made a deed of entail of those lands, in 1634. He forfeited, after the rebellion of 1641, Oulartleigh and his other lands which were granted in trust for his son, to Richard Kenny, except Oulartleigh-beg, which was granted to Richard Franklin under the Act of Settlement.
128. Art O'Morchoe of Oulartleigh: son of Brian; escaped the Cromwellian confiscations.
129 Daniel, of Ouleartleagh: his son. named in chancery bill of 14th December, filed byhis son Arthur Murphy, as "Daniel Murphy alias Morchoe;" succeeded to Oulartleigh, Tenneberney, and Ballynamodagh, under his grandfather's entail of 1634, as tenant for life. Will dated 26th May, 1679; died same year. will proved in Ferns, 5th June, 1680; desired to be buried at Kilmallock: "Mr. John Dalton and well-beloved cousin Edward Kavangh of Brrish (co. Carlow) to be he Executors and overseers."
The following are a fw extracts from this Daniel's Will (of the 26th May, 1679):
"6thly, I leave foutie pounds if any other children come to perfection of mine.
"9thly. I leave thirtie shillings to the Clercie (clergy) for my Soule, that is to say fifteen shillings to the Parish Priest and the other fifteen shillings to the rest of the Clercie, as my overseers will order."
"I do leave a lease of 100 years upon Balliebudagh, Oullerleagh, and Tigebornin, to the winin-named my daughter Bridget Murphie, for fice pence an acre per annum, in raisance of the within-named my son Arte (or Arthur) Murphie should died without lawful issue, and if the said Ellinor should die without issue lawfully, I leave to my sonne John Murphie the aforesaid lease of the above-named townes and to his heirs lawfully begotten, and if the said John should die without lawful issue, I leave to my cousin James Keoghoe and to his heirs lawfully begotten. As witness my had and seale, the 26th May, 1679.
"Witness being present:
This Daniel Morchoe had, also, a son George; and another daughter Ellinor, to whom by his will he bequeathed £50.
130. Arthur Morchoe alias Murphy of Oulartleagh and of Ballycomin, co. Kilkenny: eldest son of Daniel; married, 1st, to Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Knox of Taguanon, county Wesford, by whom he had one child, a daughter Dorcas, from whom Barony Halsbury, Lord High Chancellor of England, is descended; 2nd, on the 17th April, 1704, to Elizabeth, dau. of William Turner, by whom he had eight sons and four daughters:
I. Daniel (of whom presently).
II. William, who succeeded to Oulartleigh.
Will dated 28th March, 1761; will proved in Ferns, by his son Thomas, 21st April, 1761; desired to be buried at Kilmallock, county Wexford.
131. Daniel Murphy of Oulartleigh: eldest son of Arthur; joined his father in levying a fine, but neglected to suffer recovery; died in his father's lifetime in 1758, leaving an only child, a son James, who was an idiot from his birth, and who was born in 1740, and died, May 1759, aged 19, when his uncle William became his heir and successor to his estates.
132. William Murphy, brother of Daniel, succeeded said james, under the entail referred to in the Chancery Bill of 14th December, 1692; married Elizabeth, dau. of John Hawkins, Ulster King of Arms (marriage licence, 26th June, 1727), by whom he had two sons:
I. Arthur, who was his successor.
II. Carey, who had a fortune of £1,000 with his wife.
133.Arthur Murphy of Oularteigh, born 1732: eldest son of William; Party to deeds of 13th and 14th June, 1758; Defendant in Chancery Bill of 23rd May, 1760; named in his grandfather's will; succeeded to Oulartleigh, Ballynamodagh, and Tinneberney, as heir of entail, under the deed of entail 1634. Will dated 19th August, 1789; proved 10th April, 1793; married Esther, dau. of John Pounden, Esq., of Enniscorthy (marriage licence 29th January, 1766), by whom he had two sons and three daughters:
1. Arthur, his successor.
II. William of Bloomfield.
134. Arthur Murphy of Oulartleigh: eldest son of Arthur; succeeded to Oulartleigh, Ballynamodagh and Tinneberney; named in his father's will; made a mortgage of his estate, 9th November, 1795; will dated 5th September, 1805 ; buried at Kilmallock, county Wexford; married Margaret, dau. of Rev. Shapland Swiney, Rector of Templeshambo, county Wexford (marriage , licence, 18th March, 1791), by whom he had one son and two daughters:
I. Arthur, his successor.
II.. Katherine, wife of Robert Shaw
III. Hester, wife of Henry Grattan Douglas, Esq., M.D., Surgeon to Louis Phillipe. King of the French.
135. Arthur Murphy, of Oulartleigh : only son of Arthur, inherited Oulartleigh, Ballynamodagh and
Tinneberney; made a further mortgage of his estate 15th March, 18-30; mortgages foreclosed in a, suit of 11 Jane Cooke v. Arthur Murphy ;" and by decree of the Court of Chancery, dated 26th November, 1839, and order of 7th December, 1840, estates sold 13th November, 1841. Died at Gorey, county Wexford, 21st August, 1867 ; buried at Monamolin, county Wexford; he married, Ist, Elizabeth,dau. of John Millet, Esq., of Lisinarta, county Tipperary, who died without issue; 2nd, Rebecca, dau. of Rev. John Bagwell Creagh, Rector of Rincurran, and Vicar of Carrig, county Cork (named in the 11 Royal descents," as 15th in descent from King Edward III.); marriage settlements, 20th February, 1834. By his second wife this Arthur had an only child, a son, Arthur-MacMurrogh.
136. Arthur MacMurrogh Murphy of Monamolin , co. Wexford, and Ailesbury Road, Dublin, and formerly of Oulartleigh, co. Wexford; born 4th January, 1835; and living in 1887 ; married Susan-Elizabeth, dau. of Thomas Bradley, Esq., M.D., of Kellysgrange, county Kilkenny (married at Kells, November, 1863), by whom be has had three sons and four daughters :
1. Thomas- Arthur-MacMurrogh Murphy, born 22nd March, 1865; B.A., T.C.D.
II. Arthur-MacMurrogh Murphy, born 22nd September, 1866.
Ill. W i I I i a m - MacMurrogh Murphy, born 12th July, 1868.
I. Sophia-Rebecca MacMurrogh Murphy.
II. Gertrude-Susan MacMurrogh Murphy ; d. 29th June, 1882 ; bur. at Mount Jerome, Dublin.
III. Edith MacMurrogh Murphy.
IV. Mary-Augusta MacMurrogh Murphy.
137. Thomas-Arthur MacMurrogh Murphy: eldest son of Arthur; a B.A. of T.C.D.; born, 1865, and living in 1887.
|O'Murphy (No. 4)
Murcha (or Morogh) MacMorough, son of Murcha who (see p. 553, ante) is No. 111 on the "MacMorough" pedigree, was the ancestor of this branch of the family:
112. Morogh MacMorough (a quo Clan Moroghoe): son of Murcha. From this Clan is derived the name O'Moroghoe, which has been anglicised O'Murphy, Murrough, and Murphy.
113. Morogh: son of Morogh; had a brother Donogh, who had a son named Morogh.
114. Morogh-na-Maoir (of the Stewards): son of Morogh (No. 113); living in A.D. 1193.
115. Donogh Reamhar: his son; a quo O'Murphy Reamhar. (See the "O'Murphy No. 10 pedigree).
116. Morogh: his son.
117. Donogh na-Coille*: his son.
118. Darmuid: his son.
119. Maurice: his son.
120. Donogh Dubh MacMorough O'Murphy: his son. From this Donogh it is said that Clan Donagh was so called; and from the territory of Clan Donagh, the present barony of "Clandonagh," in the Queen's County, on the border of the co. Kilkenny, derives its name.
*Coille: Donagh na-Coille had a brother named Dermod Muimneach (or Dermot the "Munsterman"), who was father of Donogh, the father of Donal, the father of Dermod, the father of Donogh, who was living in the 15th century. Dermod Muimneach O'Moroghoe was the first of the family that, in the 13th century, settled in Munster.
|O'Murphy (No. 5)
Of Cork: Of the "Clan Moroghoe " Sept.
This family is a branch of the Clan Moroghoe Sept, whose genealogy is traced in the "O'Murphy" (No. 4) pedigree; and is a branch of the "O'Murphy" family of Muskerry in the county Cork; which ancient clan went from Leinster about the thirteenth century; and, as may be seen by ancient Maps. possessed the territory between Cork and Macroom, on the northern side of the River Lee.
At the commencement of the eighteenth century, in the year 1709, just after the enactment of the Penal Laws of the reign of Queen Anne, Nicholas Murrough or Murphy, a descendant of the once powerful Clan Morghoe, of Leinster, migrated from the land then held by the Sept to which he belonged in the barony of "Clandonagh," Queen's County, and settled at Cloghroe, in Muskerry, county Cork.
The rest of this section goes on to trace descendants of his son, Jeremiah Murphy and mary O'Hallinnan, of Cork.
|Kavanagh (No. 1)|
|Dermod na-nGall, who is No. 114 on the "MacMorough"
pedigree, had a son named Donald Caomhanach, who was
the ancestor of O'Caomhanaighe; anglicised Kavanagh and
Cavanagh; and a quo Cavaignac, in France.
114. Dermod - na-nGhall: son - of Donoch MacMorough; died 1171; was the 58th Christian King of Leinster,
115. Donal Caomhanach ("caomh:" Irish, gentle; Lat. "com-is;" Arab. "kom," noble): son of Dermod na-nGhall (or "Dermod of the strangers," meaning that he sided with the English); a quo O'Caomhanaighe. This Donal Kavanagh who was slain in 1175, was fostered at Kilcavan; bad two sons-1. Connor, who was slain at Athlone in 1170, and 2. Donal Oge. He had a brother Eanna Ceannsalach,, a quo Kinsela.
116. Donal Oge: son of Donal; was Prince of Leinster; had two sons-1. Art, who was beheaded in 1281, and 2. Muirceartach.
117. Muirceartach: younger son of Donal Oge ;was Prince of Leinster.
118. Muiris (or Maurice): his son; living in 1314; had two sons-1. Muirceartach, 2. Art (or Arthur).
119. Muirceartach: elder son of Muiris; Prince of Leinster ; slain in 1307.
120. Art Mor Kavanagh: his son; Prince of Leinster; living in 1361 ; had two sons-1. Donal ; and 2. Art Oge.
121. Art Oge : second son of Art Mor; living in 1417; Prince of Leinster; - had two sons-1. Gerald; and 2. Diarmuid Lamhdearg.
122. Diarmuid Lamhdearg (i.e.61 Bed Hand''): younger son of Art Oge: Lord of Leinster; d. 1417.
123. Diarmuid (2), of St. Malins: his son.
124. Art Buidhe, of St. Malins, and Poulmonty, co. Carlow: his son; Lord of Leinster.
125. Cahir MacArt : his son; Lord of Leinster; was created for life "Baron Ballyanne," 1554.
126. Brian: his son; Lord of Leinster; d. 1572.
126. Morgan: his son; Lord of Leinster; d. 1636.
127. Brian (2): his son; Lord of Leinster; d. 1662.
128. Morgan (2): his son ; Lord of Leinster; died 1700.
129. Morgan (3): his son; died 1720; bad issue.
130. Brian (3): son of Morgan; d. 1741.
131. Thomas: his son; d. 1789.
132. Thomas (2): his son; d. 1837.
133. Arthur MacMurrough Kavanagh, of Borris: his son; Chief of his name, born 25th March, 1831, and living in 1887.
|Kavanagh (No. 2)|
|122. GERALD: -.'elder son of Art
Oge, who is No. 121 on the "Kavanagh" (No. 1)
pedigree. 123. Donal Reac: his son; had
two sons - 1. Arthur Buidhe, and 2. Maurice.
124. Arthur Buidhe: son of Donal Reac.
125. Murtagh, of Clonmellon, co. Carlow: son of Arthur Buidhe; d. 1547.
126. Cathaoir (Cahyr) Carrach: his son.
127. Donoch, of Clonmellon: his son.
128. Donal-an-Spaineach (or "Donal the Spaniard"), of Clonmellon: his son; died 1631. From this Donal some derive the sirname Spaine.
129. Sir Moroch Kavanagh; his son.
This branch of the "Kavanagh" family emigrated to France after A.D. 1690.
|Kavanagh (No. 3)|
|130. HARVEY KAVANAGH: second son of
Morgan, who is No. 129 on the "Kavanagh (No. 1)
pedigree; d. 1740.
131. Morgan (4): his son; died 1817.
132. Walter: his son; d. 1853.
133. Morgan (5): his son; died 1848.
134. Morgan Butler Kavanagh: his son; Barrister-at-Law; living in 1874.
|Kavanagh (No. 4)|
Of Garryhill, County Carlow
Arms: Some as those of "Kavanagh" (No. 1).
ARTHUR MOR, who is No. 120 on the "Kavanagh"' (No. 1) genealogy had two sons-1. Donall Mor, 2. Arthur Oge, From the Donal Mor ,here mentioned this branch of the "Kavanagh" family was descended.
* Sir Morogh Cavanagh: Colonel Charles Kavanagh was second son of Sir Morogh Cavanagh, of Clonmullen; and is designated in the Attainders of the time as of "Carrickduff, co. Carlow." His regiment formed put of the besieging force at Derry. - He married Mary Kavanagh, of the Borris family, and had two sons-1. Ignatius, 2. James. Colonel Charles raised his regiment himself, and appointed his son Ignatius Captain of the Grenadier Company. This Captain served with his regiment through the Irish war; and with his father and brother James was attainted by the Williamites. On the termination of hostilities, he retired with the army to France, where he entered the Irish Brigade, and again rose to the rank of Captain He married Catherine, daughter of Andrew Browne, of Galway, of the Castle McGarett family, and left three sons-Nicholas, Andrew and Charles, who were living in France in
Garryhill: The descendants of this branch of the "Kavanagh" family, having been deprived of their Estates by the Cromwellian Settlement, emigrated to France in 1691, after the violation of the Treaty of Limerick.
121. Donal Mor: eldeest son of Arthur Mor.
122. Mrtagh: his son.
123. Murtagh (or Morough): his son.
124. Morough Ballach: his son.
|Kavanagh (No. 5)|
|THOMAS KAVANAGH, of Kilballyowen, m. Mary, only dau.
and heiress of Charles Dumble, an Englishman, who, under
the Act of Settlement, became possessed of that property.
2. Matthew, of Kilballyownen: son of said Thomas; m. and had
1. Darby, of whom presently:
3, Darby, of Kilballyowen: son of Matthew; m. and had:
I. The Rev. James Kavanagh: D.D., and P.P., of Kildare; died 1887.
II. Mathew, who m. anne Loghlin, and (in 1883) had two daughters - 1. Mary, 2. Jane.
4. Thomas Kavanagh, of Kilballyowen; third son of Darby; married _____ Byrne, and, in 1887, had a family of sons and daughters.