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From: Michael Keaveney <>
Subject: Re: [R-M222] Origin of M222 Larkins of Galway?
Date: Sat, 18 Sep 2010 22:49:43 +0100
On Fri, Sep 17, 2010 at 9:50 PM, Bernard Morgan
> Did Bro. Angelo Holmes, who wrote the article in 1984, have reason to think
> that Mac Egan where a branch of Cenel Maine?
This is the Egan/MacEgan link to Hy-Many as mentioned in "The Tribes and
Customs of Hymany"
Customs of Hy-Many
These are the tributaries of the Clann Ceallaigh: the O'Duibhginns, the
O'Geibhennaighs, the Mac Cathails, the Mac Floinns, Muinter Murchadhan; and
the Clann Aedhagain until they became Ollamhs to the arch-chief.
The third part of the province is *to be* their patrimonial country for
ever. And the third part of every treasure