O’Hanly Coat of Arms / Family Crest


British Isles


British Isles

Blazon description

(a Sept who possessed Cinel-Dobhtha, now Doohy- Hanly, a territory extending along the River Shannon, in co. Roscommon). Vert a boar pass. ar. armed, hoofed, and bristled or, betw. two arrows barways of the second, headed of the third, that in chief pointing to the dexter, and that in base to the sinister. Crest—Three arrows sa. flighted ar. pointed or, one in pale, the other two barways, the upper one pointing to the dexter, the lower to the sinister. Motto—Saigeadoir collach a-buadh (The valiant archer for ever).

(a Sept formerly of note in co. Tipperary, deriving their surname from Anrachana, Chief of the Sept). Gu. a lizard pass. in fess or, in chief a trefoil slipped betw. two holly leaves ar. in base a garb of the second. Crest—An arm erect, couped below the elbow, vested vert, cuffed ar. holding in the hand ppr. a holly leaf vert. Motto —An uachtar.

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