Sus armas: en campo dividido, un chevron de gules y armiño, y en el jefe tres copas cubiertas, de oro. Cimera: un grifo de plata con alas y copete de oro, sosteniendo en sus garras una rama de olivo, de sable, frutada de oro.
Feehan / Fagan / Fegan
The names Feehan and Feeghan in Ireland are derived from the native Gaelic O'Fiachain Sept that was located in Counties Tipperary and Kilkenny. This name translates from Gaelic as 'hunt' or 'raven'. These names are often used as variants of Fagan, Fegan and Feighan.
Origen: Irlandés. The surname Feehan is derived from the Gaelic "O Faodhagain," which in turn comes from the Latin word "paganus," which refers to a "villager" or "peasant." First found in county Tyrone, where they settled in early times.
Variantes: Feehan, Fagan, Faggan, Fagin, Feagan, Fegan, Feighan, Fieghan y otros.
Motto Translated: Faithful to God and my country.
|John Feehan & Ellen Mackey ( modificado el 19.03.2017 )|