Coffey Family Crest, Coat of Arms and Name History

Coffey Family Coat of Arms

Coffey Family Coat of Arms

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Coffey Name Origin & History

Variations of this name: O'Coffey, Coffey, Coffy.

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Coffey Coat of Arms Meaning

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1) (co. Cork; the Sept of O’Corhthaigh, who possessed Tricha chéd medhonach, i.e.. “the central cantred," identical with the present Barony of Barry Roe, where the Sept had seven castles, viz., Dundeedy, Dunowen, Dunore, Duneen, Dunacowig, Dunworley, and Dungorley). (1684, Reverend Thomas Coffy, of Lynally, King's County). Vert a fess erm. betw. three corns or Irish cups or. Crest—A man riding on a dolphin ppr. Motto - Non providential sed victoria
2) (co. Cork; the Sept of O’Corhthaigh, who possessed Tricha chéd medhonach, i.e.. “the central cantred," identical with the present Barony of Barry Roe, where the Sept had seven castles, viz., Dundeedy, Dunowen, Dunore, Duneen, Dunacowig, Dunworley, and Dungorley). (1684, Reverend Thomas Coffy, of Lynally, King's County). Vert a fess erm. betw. three corns or Irish cups or. Crest—A man riding on a dolphin ppr. Motto - Non providential sed victoria
3) (co. Cork; the Sept of O’Corhthaigh, who possessed Tricha chéd medhonach, i.e.. “the central cantred," identical with the present Barony of Barry Roe, where the Sept had seven castles, viz., Dundeedy, Dunowen, Dunore, Duneen, Dunacowig, Dunworley, and Dungorley). (1684, Reverend Thomas Coffy, of Lynally, King's County). Vert a fess erm. betw. three corns or Irish cups or. Crest—A man riding on a dolphin ppr. Motto - Non providential sed victoria.

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