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From the deluxe matching set of the Old Ireland series. As a result of the reception of O'Donovans Tribes and Customs of Hy-Many in 1843, the Tribes and Customs of HY FIACHRACH was published the following year. Thus, this title is now the second one offered in our classical Old Ireland series.
Some of the families included in this work are: O'Callaghan of Erris, Gearan, Burns (O'Conboirne), Murray, Loughnane, Loftus, Larissy, Gaughan, O'Flynn, Tierney, O'Malley, Dorcey -Darcey-D'Arcy, Gormley, Kilkelly, Kane, Markham, O'Heyne, O'Clery, O'Down, O'Gillin, Cuolahan, O'Quin-O'Cuin, Gorman, Kearney-Carney, Kerrigan, Quigly, Brogan, O'Casey, Connolly, Lennon-Leonard, Grehan-Derrick, Gadan, O'Cummins, O'Mollina, Flannelly, Heany, Mangan - Mongan, Breaffy, O'Moran, Rowley, O'Finan, O'Spealain, O'Breslen, Feeney, Rush, O'Meeny, Boland, Scanlan, Coyne - Cuain, Coleman, Murphy, Morrissy, Fox- O'Sinna, MacCarrick, O'Rafferty, Gilmer... plus hundreds more given in the all new surname index, making this the most useful edition of O'Donovans Hy Fiachrach published. From the deluxe matching set of the Old Ireland series. As a result of the reception of O'Donovans Tribes and Customs of Hy-Many in 1843, the Tribes and Customs of HY FIACHRACH was published the following year. Thus, this title is now the second one offered in our classical Old Ireland series.Excerpt. © Reprinted by permission. All rights reserved.:
'Pedigree of MacFirbis. This family were originally seated in Magh Broin, in Tirawley. The were afterwords removed to Rosserk, on the west side of the Moy, in the same territory but when the Barretts drove the O'Dowds out of Tirawley, Mac Firbis was fixed at Lecan in Tireragh. They had the privilege of holding the rod over O'Dowd at his innauguration, and of drinking at the banquet even before the acknowledged senior of the race....the pedigree..as given by..MacFirbis in 1666 is defective is many generations defective. The following is the pedigree the editor believes to be trustworthy....'
'The following account of the families, districts and customs of Hy Fiachrach is printed from the Genealogical MS of Duald Mac Firbis'.
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