• John Fagan of Derry Fagan, Faganston, etc., was Sheriff of Meath, Governor of Trim Castle (circa 1358)
  • During the 16th century Bullock Castle and the lands had been assigned by the Talbots to the Fagans.
  • Remains of Old Mill on Feltrim Hill: The Fagan family has always been associated with Feltrim.
  • Constructed in the 1980s, Fagan's gate marks where Fagan's Castle/Tower was near St. Audoen's Church in Dublin

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Welcome to ClanFagan.com, the home of The Association of the Fagan Tribes (Cumann Treibheanna Fagan). The Association is dedicated to creating a community of people with ancestral ties to, or genealogical interests in the name of Fagan (or it's many derrivatives). Please feel free to browse our site and learn more about the Association.

On October 18, 2004, ClanFagan.com was established as a method of sharing our research and hopefully, to "gather more Fagans who may be searching for their roots"  Once enough interest was indicated, the Association of the Fagan Tribes was born, or in Irish Gaelic "Cumann Treibheanna Fagan" (pronounced: cum-on tray-iv-anna Fagan). We now have well over 200 members and we continue to grow!

If you're interested in the Fagan ancestry in any way, we could use you as a member!

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