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Brian Mac Phelim O'Neill (abt. 1635 - abt. 1699)

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Brian Mac Phelim O'Neill
Born about in Antrim, Irelandmap
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Husband of — married [date unknown] [location unknown]
Descendants descendants
Died about in Antrim, Irelandmap
Profile last modified 18 Aug 2019 | Created 6 Mar 2016 | Last significant change: 18 Aug 2019
11:55: Cheryl (Bozeman) Graham edited the data for Brian Mac Phelim O'Neill (abt.1635-abt.1699). (Merged O'Neill-3676 into O'Neill-1534: Clear duplicate.) [Thank Cheryl for this]
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Biography

Brian was born about 1635 and passed away about 1699.

"Phelim Dubh became heir to Shane's Castle when Sir Henry O'Neill's daughter died. Phelim Dubh was the father of the next heir Brian O'Neill, Brian married Elinor Magennis of Kilwarton, by whom he had 3 sons and one daughter. Brian's daughter was Sarah O'Neill and his sons are, John also known as French John, who became heir to the estates of Shane's Castle, Henry who went to Spain where his granddaughter became maid of honour to the Queen and our American ancestor Hugh O'Neill (who changed the spelling of his name to O'Neall to escape detection from the British Navy and marry Anne Cox in Christiana, Delaware) whose family in America grew to eight sons and daughters and now thousands of living descendants. "[1]

Brian was born about 1635. He passed away about 1699.

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Brian was born about 1635 and passed away about 1699.

"Phelim Dubh became heir to Shane's Castle when Sir Henry O'Neill's daughter died. Phelim Dubh was the father of the next heir Brian O'Neill, Brian married Elinor Magennis of Kilwarton, by whom he had 3 sons and one daughter. Brian's daughter was Sarah O'Neill and his sons are, John also known as French John, who became heir to the estates of Shane's Castle, Henry who went to Spain where his granddaughter became maid of honour to the Queen and our American ancestor Hugh O'Neill (who changed the spelling of his name to O'Neall to escape detection from the British Navy and marry Anne Cox in Christiana, Delaware) whose family in America grew to eight sons and daughters and now thousands of living descendants. "[1]



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On 18 Aug 2019 at 01:04 GMT Summer (Binkley) Orman wrote:

O'Neill-3676 and O'Neill-1534 appear to represent the same person because: Clearly the same person





Rejected matches › Jane (O'Neil) Sturgeon (1809-1870)

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