O’Donlevy Coat of Arms / Family Crest


British Isles

Blazon description

(a Sept of the Clanna Rory, in Ulster, seated in co. Down; the Sept lost their ancient rank shortly after the invasion of 1172, and removed into Tirconnell, where they became hereditary physicians to O’Donnell. The original name, O’Duinnsleibe, is derived from Dun, “a fortress,” and Sleibhe, “the mountain,” one of their chieftians having his fortress in the Mourne mountains. The Four Masters record, under the year 1199, that Rory O’Dunsleve joined a party of the English of Meath, and plundered the monastery of SS. Peter and Paul, at Armagh). Ar. on a mount in base ppr. a lion gu. and a buck of the second ramp, combatant supporting a dexter hand couped at the wrist of the third. Crest—A lion ramp. gu.

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