Vol 1, page 179
O'Flanagan, There were also several families of "O'Flanagan" in
1. in Ely O'Carroll
2. In Comaught
3. In Fermanagah
4, In Oirgiall
5. In 'Uactar Tire', now the barony of "UpperThird" in the north-west
of the county Waterford.
The O'Flanagans of Upperthird were dispossessed shortly after the English invasion ,
by the Le Poer ( now "Power"), who still possed a large poprtion of that
territory in late
IN the pedigree of O'Carroll of Ely,
line item # 90.
Iomdhun; son of Iomchadh, whose brother Fec was ancestor of O'Flanagan of Ely and teh
O'Connor of Ciannacht, in teh county Derry.
Vol1, page 653
O'Flanagan, of Fermanagh
Cairbre, son of Nial of the Nine Hostages, the 126th Monarch of Ireland and who is # 87 on
the O'Neill of Tyrone pedigree was the ancestor of O'Flanagan, of Tuath Ratha, now
the barony of Magheraboy in the county of Fermanagh.
89. Cormac Caoch
90. Tuathal Maolgarbh, 132nd Monarch of Ireland
91. Cormac, his brother Garbhan was ancestor of Carleton
92. Donall Dunn, a doctor
99. Flannagan, of Ulster. The O'Flannagain to O'Flanagan
102. Donall an-Fhiona, (Donall , odf the Wine)
105. Cormac an-Neach, (Cormac of the Apparition)
106. Aodh ( of Hugh)
107. Dermod Balbh
109. Cormac, had a son named Hugh
111. Giollaiosa Ruadh
113. Giollabrighid, ( servant of Brighidt)
117. Murtogh, received lands in Glack in 1609-1620 period.
118. Giolla (or William) O'Flanagan, of Tuath Ratha. Had a brother Murtogh
Additional information: John O'Dolan's "History of Fermanagh" in
1718 gives two of Murtagh's grandnephews,
Gerald and Rory , as the leaders of this family at that time.
Jacques Peirre O'Flanagan, Lt Col of Dillion's Regiment in France, retired in
1789, listed his bnrother John O'Flanagan in Tuarah, co Fermanagh.
Matheus Flanagan, born in Triests in 1761 rose to first Rear-Admiral in Austrian Navy in
1830, and Vice-Admiral in 1835. Fought in Adriatic, a far cry from Carrick Lake.in
IN 1753 there was a Count Collorendo O'Flanagan in the
Austrian diplomatic service.
Commander Jophn Patrick O'Flanagan, in ther 1914-1918 war, made a name for himself as
one of the world's first naval anti-aircraft gunnery experts.