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Devlin (surname)

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O'Devlin (Irish: Ó Doibhilin) is the surname of a Gaelic Irish family of the Uí Néill who were chiefs in the far northeastern of the present-day County of Tyrone, bordering on Lough Neagh and the Ballinderry River. The O'Develins claimed a common descent from Develin (in Irish: Dobhuilen or "Raging Valour", an Irish noble of the royal blood of Aileach who flourished in or about the eighth century AD and was eighth in descent from Owen, the founder of the clan). Develin was a scion of that branch of the clan Owen known as the Sons of Erca (Cenel Mic Erca) because of their descent from Muirchertach Mac Erca, grandson of Owen.

Name

Alternative spellings of the name are Develon, Develin, Devolin, Devlin, Deveyn, Devellen, Dobhilen, Dobhailen, Dobhailean, Dobhalen, Doibhilen, Doibhelen, Doibhilein, Dhoibhilein, Dubhalen, Doibhlin, Dubhlein, Dubhlein, Dubhlin, Dubhlen, Dublein, Duiblein, DeVilling, and Devilling.[citation needed]

History

After the Battle of Downpatrick, MacNamee, hereditary poet O'Neill,[who?], composed a poem called The Lament for O'Neill, in which he bewails the death of his king and the numerous nobles of his race who were slain with him. Among the nobles was O'Develin, of whom the poet sings:

"Alas! Deep grief overspread the country To anticipate the death of O'Develin Gofraidh our grief unto Judgement Day Generous of his banquet was his youth"

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References

  1. Surnames of the United Kingdom,Henry Harrison 1826
  2. Gena-logical History of the Milesian Families of Ireland D.W. De Courcy
  3. Genealogical History of the Irish Families John Rooney
  4. Devlin Name Study - Wikitree
  5. Devlins history of his people,.JB Devlin
  6. Index to the Prerogative Wills of Ireland (1536-1810)
  7. Calendar of the State Papers,Ireland May 8, 1647
  8. The Story of an Irish Sept Professor Joseph Chubb Develin D.Litt
  9. The Annuals of Ulster 1103
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