From Irish Pedigrees; or the Origin and Stem of the Irish Nation, by John O'Hart
MURROUGH, the third son of Sir Donal, the first Viscount Clare, who is No. 124 on the "O'Brien" (Viscounts Clare) pedigree, was the ancestor of this branch of that family.
124. Sir Donal, created Viscount Clare by King Charles II., in 1662.
125. Murrough: his third son; was called Murrough‑en‑Casa; to escape persecution, he migrated to Kerry under the protection of his relative The MacCarthy Mór.
126. Murrough: his son.
127. Murrogh Oge: his son; m. a dau. of O'Rourke.
128. Brian Ban: son of Murrough Oge; m. Ellen Moriarty, and had:
I. Teige, of whom presently.
129. Teige: eldest son of Brian Ban; m. Joanna, sister of Silvester Moriarty, Rear‑Admiral of the Blue.
130. Bryan, of the co. Kerry: son of Teige; b. 1740; m., 20th Nov., 1797, Ellen, dau. of Justin MacCarthy (by Joanna Conway, his wife), and had:
I. Richard, who d. unm. in Jan., 1861.
II. Lucius, who d. unm. in America, in March, 1865.
III. Turlogh‑Henry, author of the "Round Towers of Ireland," who d. unm. in 1835.
IV. Rev. Edward, Vicar of Thornton, Curtis, Ulceby, Lincolnshire, England.
V. Rev. John, M.A., Vicar of Henfield, Sussex, England, who m. in 1843, Elizabeth, dau. of J. Hunt, Esq., and has issue.
VI. Rev. James, D.D., of Magdalen Hall, Oxford, England; Incumbent, Founder, and Patron of SS. Patrick and James, Hove, Sussex, England; m. in August, 1844, Octavia, second dau. of Charles Hopkinson, of Wotton Court, Gloucester, and of Cadogan Place, London.