Flannery Family Crest

Flannery Family CrestThe Irish surname Flannery is an anglicized form of the Gaelic name Ó Flannabhra  “descendant of Flannabhra”  meaning “red eyebrows.” Since the 14th century the Flannery’s have been associated mainly with County Mayo on the west coast, and also the barony of Connelloe in County Limerick, although in a further move at least one sept moved east to County Tipperary in the 18th century. Examples of the surname recordings include Martin Flannery, who left Ireland in the midst of the Great Famine. This was on the ship "Miracle of Liverpool" on July 14th 1846, bound for New York.

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