Barry - Chamberland - O'Connor - Pouliot Family Tree
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Barry Family Crest
The name Barry in Ireland is among the 100 most frequently found and was brought to the
country by Philip de Barri, an Anglo-Norman who settled in County Cork. Two of the
resulting Septs were based in Barrymore and Barryroe, both of which are towns in Cork
where the majority of descendants can still be found.
"Virtue, humility, freedom"
"Nothing is impervious to valour"
is the motto of the Chamberland Family.
These are two possible translations of the motto
on the family crest.
The Chamberland family can trace their ancestors back
to the ancient territories of France between the 11th
and 12th centuries. The Chamberland family first
appeared in ancient medieval records in Normandy.
The Chamberland family held lands and estates in France
and were also actively allied with other influential families.
They branched out into other territories and holdings in
France and Europe, some later taking the long voyage to
the new world.
O'Connor Family Crest
O'Connor is one of the ten commonest names in Ireland with the name deriving from at
least six Gaelic Septs with a number of distinct branches. The O'Conchobhair Septs were
located in Kerry, Cork, Offaly, Clare and Roscommon. Descendants with this name can be
found in every County in Ireland but mainly in Cork and Kerry.
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