Sus armas: en campo de gules, sobre un chevron de plata, tres cabezas de ciervo con cornamenta de oro, y en la base un semi-león rampante, de plata. Cimera: la cabeza de un grifo cortada a la altura de las alas, de oro.

Meehan / O´Meehan / Meegan / McMeekin

O'MEEHAN, en irlandés O'MIADHACHAIN, es el nombre de un clan que procede del tronco de los MacCarthy de Munster, que al final del siglo XI se estableció en Co.Leitrim.

The Irish name Meehan is derived from the native Gaelic O'Miadhachain Septs, taken from a word meaning 'honourable'. There were two main locations of the Septs, in County Leitrim and in County Galway. Mee, Meegan, Mehegan and Mea are among the variants of this name.

The Irish name McMeekin is derived from the native Gaelic O'Miadhachain Sept that was located in the Northern Counties of Antrim and Down. The name is taken from a Gaelic word that translates as 'honourable'. This name is sometimes used interchangeably with the names Meighan and Meegan.

 

Richard Meehan & Rose Ann Carrigy ( modificado el 20.03.2017 )
Thomas Meehan & Dianna Ryan ( modificado el 20.03.2017 )