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The O'Treabhair Clan Coat of Arms (Family Crest) and History. Irish Gathering 2013
The O Treabhair clan (later angliziced to Travers) were brought up from Munster to Leitrim by Ualgharg O Ruairc in the mid 14th century and were appointed erenaghs to the O Ruaircs of Breifne. The family played an important part in the history of the O Rourkes of Breifne for centuries afterwards.The O Treabhair clan are believed to be of Milesian origin.
The Boner Clan Coat of Arms (Family Crest) and History. Irish Gathering 2013
The surname Boner or Bonner has several distinct possible origins. In Ireland the name is of ancient origin and derives from the personal woman's name 'Cnaimhseach' which translates to 'Obstetrician' and as such is just one of a very few metronymic Irish surnames. The name occurs in areas of Donegal and Mayo. Another possible origin is from the Olde French 'de bonne aire' meaning 'of good bearing or courteous' and occurs in both England and Scotland from as far back as the middle ages.
The McLorinan Clan Coat of Arms (Family Crest) and History. Irish Gathering 2013
One translation from the Gaelic approximates to ' member of the clan of the follower of (Saint) Earnan which could put ancestors in the ancient kingdom of Dalriada ( various spellings)at the time of Colmbus / Colum Cille
The Birk Clan Coat of Arms (Family Crest) and History. Irish Gathering 2013
The Birk name is derivation of the surname Burke, this ancient and aristocratic English and Norman-Irish surname was first held by Burhred, the king of West Mercia, England, 852 - 874, and several centuries later by the original earls of Ulster and Clanricarde in Ireland. The surname is recorded in the spellings of Burgh, Burk, Burke, Birk and Bourke, and is particularly popular in Ireland, where it has long held great state.