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Clann MacKenna, Clann MacKenna an Triúcha, Monaghan

Clann MacKenna, Clann MacKenna an Triúcha, Monaghan

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Published by Clann MacKenna/MacCinna in Clogher .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by S. MacCinna.
ContributionsMacCinna, S.
The Physical Object
Pagination133p. :
Number of Pages133
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15353992M
ISBN 100951777009

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Clann MacKenna, Clann MacKenna an Triúcha, Monaghan Download PDF EPUB FB2

Clann MacKenna Journal 2 The Clann MacKenna Journal annually records family, social, economic, political and archaeological history of the Clann at home and abroad.

No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted, in any form, or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or. The MacKenna name comes in many versions – MacKenna, McKenna, McKenny, MacCionaith and many more. Since it was established, Clann MacKenna has brought many members of the McKenna clan together at Clann McKenna events and we have developed close links in Monaghan and Monaghan book including, Miramichi (St.

Edward Island, Canada), New Zealand, USA. Clann McKenna. likes. Great new Clann McKenna site - Includes News, publications view, add publications and discussion forumFollowers: The sixth Clan MacKenna Rally was held on last weekend 28th to 30th June, in the Sliabh Beagh Tourism Centre Knockatallon, Co Monaghan.

It was a resounding success despite the lack of numbers from the North American Clan members, which is understandable giving. John’s grandson, William, was called the Bully McKenna. He was a successful farmer and businessman and lived at Aghaninimy in a house which was called Willville where he died in His son, Don Juan, became a famous general in the Chilean War of Independence." (The McKennas, a brief history - Clann MacKenna Family History Society – Book 9).

The carvings of arms on the McKenna stones represent the history of the name. The McKenna's and their party from Monaghan book chased a stag into Truagh, townland of Liskenna, Kenna's Fort, in County Monaghan.

They settled there as their leader fell in love with the local chieftains daughter - a Traynor. This is thought to be in or near the 8th century. Clann MacKenna ARMS - the stag, crescent moons, huntsman and hounds on Triuch Headstones. The MacKenna Motto Cirtle Bharraigh Abu -- (Kirtch-leh varry a-boo) Roll of flax to Victory.

The Cockade of Flax - the cirtle - the roll or coil of flax worn by Clann MacKenna in Battle Clann MacKenna Heraldic Fund. "It is remarkable that there is no pedigree of this ("MacKenna") family either in MacFirbis or in the Book of Leacan." In Shirley's History of the County Monaghan, we read (Part II., p.

): "Neal MacKenna of Portinaghy, in the parish of Donagh, was seized in fee of thirty-two townlands. He was in. Clan/Sept Crest Wall Shield for the MacKenna Clan Price: £ / $ (Excluding VAT at %) Customers outside UK are exempt from VAT.

Quantity. MacKenna: There were other families of this name in Ireland, but not derived from the same epithet, nor descended from the same stock. For instance: MacKenna, lords of Cruagh or Truagh, in the co. Monaghan, were in Irish called MacIonaigh ("ionach;" Irish, a dirk), and were descended from Colla-da-Crioch, who is No.

85 on the "O'Hart" pedigree. Origin of Clan MacKenna. Symbols of Clan MacKenna. Clansfolk of Clan MacKenna. According to Scots Kith and Kin, Clan MacKenna was in Wigtonshire in the 15th Century, and in Bute in the 17th Century.

It is a sept of Clan MacKenzie. Back to: [Scots in New Scotland (Nova Scotia)]. McKenna ³An Triucha². After the name McMahon, the most common surname in Co. Monaghan is McKenna, and searching for McKenna ancestry, particularly in the north of the county, can frequently become more difficult than looking for the proverbial Œneedle in the haystack¹.

The Clan Mackay] The Correct History of Clann MacAoidgh (The Clan Mackay) (by Dr. Gary Mckay) This is a message posted at the Clan Mackay, USA discussion forum by Dr. Gary McKay on May 09 Dear All, As I have noted a general fallacy running through many of the supposed "histories" of the Clann MacAoidgh, I shall generate an abbreviated one for all.

VIEW OUR MACKENNA COAT OF ARMS / MACKENNA FAMILY CREST PRODUCTS HERE Origin Displayed: Irish Spelling variations of this family name include: MacKenna, MacKennagh, MacKenney, MacKenny, MacKinna, MacKinnie and many more. First found in county Monaghan at Truagh where they were known as the Lords of Truagh.

See also List of Irish clans in Ulster List of Irish Clans Ireland's History in Maps - Tuath and Territory Index Ireland's HIstory in Maps - the Northern Ui Neill T.H.

Mullin and J.E. Mullin (). "The Ulster Clans", North-West Books Robert Bell (). "The Book of Ulster Surnames", The Black Staff Press. McKenna Clan Book How the McKennas came to hold sway for centuries in an area in the north of present day County Monaghan is a tale infused with Celtic romance. In common with many other native Irish clans, they were doomed to virtual extinction in the wake of oppression and tyranny and the struggle for freedom and independence – but their.

clanna translation in Irish-English dictionary. Showing page 1. Found 1 sentences matching phrase "clanna".Found in 1 ms. The original Gaelic form of MacKenna was Mac Cionaoith. Early Origins of the MacKenna family. The surname MacKenna was first found in County Monaghan (Irish: Muineachán) located in the Northern part of the Republic of Ireland in the province of Ulster, at Truagh where they were known as the Lords of Truagh.

Early History of the MacKenna family. Clan Maclachlan, also known as Clan Lachlan, Clann Lachainn (Argyll), and Clann Lachlainn, is a Highland Scottish clan that historically centred on the lands of Strathlachlan (Srath Lachainn "Valley of Lachlan") on Loch Fyne, Argyll on the west coast of Scotland.

The clan claims descent from Lachlan Mor, who lived on Loch Fyne in the 13th century, and who has left his name upon the countryside District: Loch Fyne, Argyll. There are not enough words to adequately describe Clan Ann, but we will try. The duo was founded on the streets of Philadelphia in after an altercation with three prostitutes and a lady cop.

Clan Macnaghten (sometimes spelt as MacNachten or MacNaughton) is a Scottish clan. History Origins of the clan Traditional origins. The Clan Macnaghten are amongst the Scottish clans who claim descent from the early Pictish rulers of the Mormaer of Moray.

The name Nectan means pure or clear and Region: Strathtay, Lewis, Argyll, Galloway.The Clann MacAodhagain is an Irish Clan centred on Redwood Castle in Tipperary, founded in around AD. Surnames such as Egan, Keegan and McKeegan derive from this clan as a result of anglicising the difficult gaelic name.According to legend, the castle of Dunakin (today known as Caisteal Maol), near Kyleakin, was built by a Norwegian princess known as Saucy Mary, who married Findanus the claimed ancestor of Clan Mackinnon.

The princess was to have collected the tolls of ships sailing through the narrows between the castle and the mainland, though Norse ships were exempt from her ic seat: Caisteal Maol.