O’Donoghoe Coat of Arms / Family Crest


British Isles


British Isles

Blazon description

(O’Donoghoe Mor, Lough Lein, co. Kerry; a Sept deriving their name from Donnchada, Chief of the Sept, A.D. 1030. The chief of the Sept, O’Donoghoe-Moa, lived at Ross Castle, in the Lakes of Killarney, up to the reign of Queen Elizabeth). Vert two foxes ramp, combatant ar. on a chief of the last an eagle volant sa. Crest—An arm in armour embowed holding a sword, the blade entwined with a serpent all ppr.

(O’Donoghoe of the Glens, Glen Flesk; the second branch of O’Donoghoe. O’Donoghoe of the Glene is M.P. for Tralee). Same Arms and Crest. Another Crest (Reg. Ulster’s Office)—A pelican in her piety ppr.

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