(O) Flanagan  Flannagάn (flann, red or ruddy).  Of the several septs of the name that of Connacht is the most important, their chief ranked as one of the 'royal lords' under O'Connor, King of Connacht.  Found in Fermanagh, Offaly & Roscommon. The Surnames of Ireland by Edward MacLysaght








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Assorted Baptism and Marriage records from St Mary's Parish, Cahir, Co. Tipperary, all Flanagan spellings for years 1845-1860 for baptisms & years 1836-1845 for marriages
Baptism records from St Mary's & St Peter & Paul's Parishes, Clonmel, Co. Tipperary, all Flanagan spellings for years 1840-1860


1851 Ireland Census, County Cork, some stray Flanagans


Assorted County Tipperary births, 1865-1875, all name variants
Ireland Birth Index, 1864, all name variants
Ireland Valuation Books, 1845-1852, all name variants


Flanagan (all spellings) found in Griffith's Valuation in County Tipperary, 1848-52



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