O’Flaherty Coat of Arms / Family Crest

O’Flaherty

British Isles

O’Flaherty

British Isles

O’Flaherty

British Isles

O’Flaherty

British Isles

Blazon description

(a Sept who ruled over Iar Connaught, or West Connaught, deriving their surname from Flaithbheabtaigh, Chieftain of the Sept, A.D. 970). Ar. two lions ramp. combatant, supporting a dexter hand couped at the wrist all gu. in base a boat with eight oars sa.

(Ballynahinch and Bunowen, co. Galway; Morogh Na Mor O’Flaherty, of these places, was Chief of the Sept temp. Queen Elizabeth; he was ninth in descent from Hugh O’Flaherty, who built the Church of Anaghdun, co. Galway, A.D. 1400, the eldest son of Donald O’Flaherty). Same Arms. Crest—A lizard pass. vert. Motto—Fortuna faveat.

(Lemonfield, co. Galway; descended from Morogh Na Doe O’Flaherty, of Augnenure, or Lemonfleld, who was one of the Irish chieftains who sat in Sir John Perrott’s Parliament, 1585; ho was ninth in descent from Brian O’Flaherty, brother of Hugh O’Flaherty, who built Anaghdun Church, A.D. 1400). Same Arms. Crest—A lizard pass. ppr. Motto—Fortuna favit fortibus.

(Moycullen, co. Galway; descended from Gillduff, younger son of Brian O’Flaherty, the ancestor of O’Flaherty, of Lemonfield; Roger O’Flaherty, b. 1629, chief of this branch, was the author of

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