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The History and Topography of the County of Clare by James Frost


Part I. Topography of Thomond Chapter 3. Burren, or Corcomroe East

Genealogy of the Family of O’Loghlen

For the pedigree of Maoeleachlain, the common ancestor of the O’Connors of Corcomroe and of the O’Loghlens of Burrin, see infra page 92.

Maoeleachlain
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Loghlen, à quo O’Loghlen + 983. (Four Masters.)
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Maoeleachlain
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Amlave + 1060. (Four Masters.)
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Maoeleachlain, King of the two Corcomroes and Corcabaskin + 1149. (Four Masters.)
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Amlave
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Congalach
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Donogh
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Anadach
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Brian
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Morogh
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Brian
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Ana-bacagh. (Four Masters.)
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Donogh-an-Cuil. (Four Masters.)
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Ana. (Four Masters.)
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Rury. (Four Masters.)
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Melaghlin.
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Owney. + 1590. (Four Masters.)
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Melaghlin, killed at Glin Castle, 1562. (Four Masters.) Rossa. (Four Masters.)
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Owney. (Four Masters.)

 

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