O’Gorman Coat of Arms / Family Crest

O’Gorman

British Isles

O’Gorman

British Isles

O’Gorman

British Isles

O’Gorman

British Isles

Blazon description

(a Sept derived from Cathair Mor, King of Leinster, who inhabited the territory of Hy Bairche, in the Qneen’s co. and co. Carlow, from which they were driven after the invasion of 1172, and settled under the O’Briens in the Barony of Ibrickan, in Thomond; they derived their anmame from Gormain, Chief of the Sept). Az. a lion pass. betw. three swords erect ar. Crest—An arm embowed in armour, grasping in the hand a sword, blade wavy, all ppr. Mottoes—Tosach catha agus deineadh air; and, Primi et ultimi in bello.

(Cahir-Morrughu, co. Clare; allowed by Mac Cullogh, Ulster, 1763, to Thomas O’Gorman, Esq., fourth in descent from Mahon O’Gorman, of Cahir-Morrughu, descended from Coiebha Mor O’Gorman, Chief of Clahanes and Monemore, co. Clare). Same Arms, Crest, and Mottoes.

(London; allowed by Mac Cullogh, Ulster, 1763, to Thomas O’Gorman, of that place, fourth in descent from Dems O’Gorman, brother of Cahir O’Gorman, of Cahir-Morrughu). Same Arms, Crest, and Mottoes.

(confirmed to Timothy Ellis O’Gorman, Esq., Chef d’Escadron aux Lanciers du Prince de Schwarzenberg, and his brothers, Reginald O’Gorman, Esq., Chef d’Escadron aux Dragons de Ficquelmont, and Ferdinand O’Gorman, Esq., resident at Nancy). Gu. a lion pass. or, betw. three swords erect ar. pommelled and hilted of the second.

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