Finnerty O'Finnerty
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Finnerty Coats of Arms


Coats of Arms of Finnertys, their Ancestors and Blood Kin

Coats of Arms of clans having a Finnerty king or chieftain, often prior to the adoption of surnames

 Kinsley Leinster      O'Carroll  Munster 
MacCarten Ulster      MacCarthy Munster
O'Casey Munster          Kavanagh Leinster

OHara/O'Gara Mayo/Sligo                 Loughnan coat of arms Loughnan family crest O'Loughnan of Ely O'Carroll                  
'Hart Tara                                      O'Hoolihan
  O'Kelly                                       McKeown Roscommon
 MacCoghlan Kings Co. Finnerty Sil Murry Roscommon/Galway
O'Conor Faly                   O'Conor Clare 
 O'Connor-Kerry coat of arms O'Connor-Kerry family crest O'Conor Kerry                     Mac GillaPatrick Offaly

Monaghan Ulster               Maher Tiperary
O'Melaglin Meath               MacMurrough Leinster
 Ryan Idrone                        O'Neil Tyrone Ulster

MacNamara Clare                     Murphy Wexford
O'Shaunessy Aidne Galway          O'Toole Leinster
O'Byrne Leinster                         O'Brien Clare

Larkin Wexford                        Lorcain
   Dunlevy Ulster                          O'Flannagain Ely O'Carroll
Fox Westmeath                  Finnerty Hy Maine Galway/Roscommon
O'Dwyer Tipperary           O'Brennan Offaly

Quinnlan Meath                O'Fahy Southwest Galway
  Coleman Meath            Fogarty Tipperary

The Tribal Coat of Arms Theory is based upon the fact that prior to the invasion of Ireland by the English, Irish tribe chieftains such as the Finnertys of  the Sil Murry were elected and the leadership did not necessarily pass to the son,  When the English [Anglo-Normans] came there were four distinct  Finnerty heads of families in the tribe, all loosley related; two of them being the Finnertys of clan Conway and the Finnertys of clan Murrough of the Champions,  There was no clan Finnerty until the English forced the  adoption of family names and two of the four adopted the given name of the head of family.