O’Hanlon outlaws after the Boyne

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The following member of the O’Hanlon clan were attainted (publicly declared as outlaws) in 1691

 

Shane Ban O’Hanlon of                   Tyrone’s Ditches

 

Oghy O’Hanlon   

 

Phelim McEdmund Tegue O’Hanlon 

 

Bryan McOghy O’Hanlon  

 

Phelimy McPatrick Oge O’Hanlon               of Clare

 

Redmond O’Hanlon                                of Phecos

 

Roger O’Hanlon                                    of Tonragee

 

John O’Hanlon                                     of Carlingford, Clerk

 

Patrick Hanlon                                     of Carlingford

 

A Captain Colin O’Hanlon was                 an officer in the army of King James II

 

(King James’s Army List of 1689, Dalton, Vol II (second edition) pp. 310-311)

O’Hanlons .. Monaghan Street … 18th century …

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