Annals of the Four Masters
The Annals of the Kingdom of Ireland, or The Annals of the Four Masters as they are more commonly called, were compiled between 1632 and 1636 under the direction of Michael O'Clery, a franciscan brother in Donegal. They are a yearly chronicles of major (and sometimes minor) occurrances in Ireland from the Year of the Deluge (ie Noah's flood) until 1616 A.D. Following are extracts from the Annals that reference members of the Clann MacAodhagain.
Spelling of MacAodhagain is Anglicised to Mac Egan throughout.
With thanks to Mr Kevin Egan for providing this resource.