O’Shaughnessy Coat of Arms / Family Crest


British Isles


British Isles

Blazon description

(a tribe who possessed a territory comprising the eastern half of the diocese of Kilmacduagh, co. Galway, deriving their name from Seachnasach, chief of the Sept, A.D. 1100). Vert a tower triple-towered ar. from each tower a pennant flotant gu. supported by two lions ramp. combatant or. Crest—An arm in chain armour embowed, the hand grasping a spear shaft broken, all ppr.

(Sir Roger, or Rory, O’Shaughnessy, Chief of his Sept, son of Dermot Reagh O’Shaughnessy, and grandson of Girduff O’Shaughnessy, was knighted, 1567, by Sir Henry Sydney, Lord-Deputy of Ireland). Same Arms and Crest.

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