O'Grady (No.2) family genealogy

Of Kilballyowen

THE O'Gradys [1] were lords of Cineal Donghaile, a territory in the county of Clare, forming the present barony of Lower Tulla; as we learn by O'Heerin:

"O'Grady seized the entire lands

Of the profitable Cineal Donghaile;

Yellow-hilted and keen his sword,

And sledge heavy are the blows of his forces in conflict."

120. Donal, a brother of John, who is No. 120 on the "O'Grady" (No. 1.) genealogy; slain in 1309.

121. Hugh: his son.

122. William: his son.

123. Donal: his son.

124. Gilla-Duff: his son,

125. Mathew: his son.

126. Donogh: his son.

127. Dermod: his son.

128. Thomas: his son.

129. John: his son.

130. Thomas: his son.

131. John: his son; m. in 1771 Mary-Eliza De Courcy.

132. Gerald: his son; m. Eliza Waller.

133. Gerald de Courcy O'Grady, Esq., J.P., of Killballyowen, co. Limerick: his son; commonly called THE O'GRADY, living in 1865; m. Anne Wise, and had:

134. William de Courcy, who had:

135. Thomas de Courcy O'Grady; living in 1887.


[1] O'Grady: Julia, only daughter of Edward O'Grady of Kilballyowen (and niece of Standish, first Lord Guillamore), m. Wellington-Anderson Rose, late of the 4th. Dragoon Guards, and had a dau. Eliza-Thomasina, who m. William Cleburne, C.E. (See "Cleburne," infra).