Duffy (O'Duffy), Hugh (Ó DUFAIGH, Cúchonnacht) (c.1640–1721?)

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Duffy (O'Duffy), Hugh (Ó DUFAIGH, Cúchonnacht) (c.1640–1721?), Franciscan friar and witness against Archbishop Oliver Plunkett (qv), was probably a member of the ‘Mac A'Parson’ branch of the O'Duffy family of Clontibret, Co. Monaghan, that fostered Fr Felim O'Neill, OFM, son of the executed confederate catholic Sir Phelim O'Neill (qv), ‘Féilimí na ndóiteán’, of Kinard, Co. Tyrone. Hugh Duffy was probably the son of Cownagh (Cúchonnacht) O'Duffy of Kilmore in nearby Tyholland.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDictionary of Irish Biography
PublisherCambridge University Press
Pages512-512
Volume3
ISBN (Print)9780521633314
Publication statusPublished - 1 Nov 2009

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    O Ciardha, E. (2009). Duffy (O'Duffy), Hugh (Ó DUFAIGH, Cúchonnacht) (c.1640–1721?). In Dictionary of Irish Biography (Vol. 3, pp. 512-512). Cambridge University Press.