Sarsfields (@1.57) vs Cathaoir an Ri (@2.62)
14-09-2019

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Sarsfields – Cathaoir an Ri Match Prediction | 14-09-2019 09:00

Royal dynast of fine incursionsIs Mac Conmara722 722. This family derives its name from its ancestor Cumara, son of Domhnall, who ws the twenty-second in descent from Cormac Cas. Mac Conmara, now anglicised Mac Namara. but in the year 1318, when after the defeat of De Clare and the expulsion of his allies - the Ui Bloid - O'Brien gave the Mac Namaras possession of a more extensive territory than Ogashin, lyinb between the rivers Fergus and Shannon, the exact limits of which, in 1584, are defined in a MS. Ui-gCaisin. See Annals of Four Masters, A.d. 981, 1099, and 1599. His son Domhnall died in 1099. of Magh-Adhair,723 723. account of Thomond, preserved in the library of Trinity College, Dublin, E., 2,14. - The name and exact extent of this territory is preserved in the deanery of Ogashin, which comprises the parishes of Quin, Tullagh, Clooney, Doora, Kilraghtis, Kiltalagh, Templemaley, Inchicornan, and Kilmurry-na-gall, in the eastern part of the county of Clare. Magh Adhair, a level district lying between the towns of Ennis and Tullagh, in the county of Clare. It would appear that the family of the O'Hehirs were seated here before the Mac Namaras.The territories of wealth are his country;Is over the Cantred of Ui-gCaisin.724 724.

The delightful land of Ui-Eachach,539 539. - Tis was probably the ancient name of the remarkable rock now called Clochlobhrais, situated about midway between Kilmacthomas and Dungarvan, in the county of Waterford. Ui-Eachach. This family is very numerous in the county of WaterfordTo mention, of the scions of rich hair;O'Cein537 537. The O'Foghladhas536 it is meet for us 536. O'Bric, now Brick, without the prefix O'From Lec Logha542 542. O'Fodhladha, now Foley, without the prefix O'. - This was the tribe name of the O'Bricks.The south of the woody Inis Fail,540 540. Lec Logha. O'Cein, now Kean, a name still extant in the county of Waterford, and to be distinguished from the family of O'Cathain, now anglicised Kane, without the prefix O'. The two great tragedians of world-wide fame are of this race. from the mede-abounding Machuin,538 538. to Liathdruim.543 543. Machuin, now the river Mahon, which rises near Kilmacthomas, and falls into the sea at the village of Bun Machuine (Bunmahon).They will exceed all tribes in fame. Inis-Fail, one of the ancient names of Ireland.O'Bric541selects it across the flood, 541.

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Fiachrach m. Felchon m. Calle Follamhain - was centered in or near the barony of Moygoish, in the north of county Westmeath. engusa m. Con Congalt m. Fergusa Cerrboil m. Brtuda m. There was also an Ua Fallamhain (O'Fallon) sept (of Crich na Cetach) in Upper Moyfenrath barony, Meath. Cathalin m. Fallomuin m. Findmna. Conaill Cremthainni m. Their genealogy is claimed from the southern U Neill, i.e from Colmn Bec (brother of Colmn Mr and Aed Sline) m. Ua Lorcin and Ua Cleircein are cited as chiefs in the Annals. A later portion of their genealogy is cited in Rawlinson as: Fiachra m. Nill Nogiallaig. The term Calle Follamhain is not to be confused with O'Fallamhain (O'Fallon), chieftains of Clann Uadach in co. Diarmata m.

The discovery of burial urns in the hill endorses the fact that it was used as a cemetery in ancient times. Historians believe that Ballon Hill was the burial place of the King of Ireland, Cathair Mor, in 177AD. As a result of these finds Mr. Smyth. At that time trees were being planted and a quarry was being opened so there was a great disturbance of the area. They called them "pans and crocks". John Lecky of Ballykealey House, the local gentry, commenced a systematic exploration of the hill through his brother in law Mr. In the mid 1800's the peasants discovered large numbers of fictile vessels over the surface of the hill. Work started at the "Stone of the Dead" or Cloghan-na-Marbhan as the locals always knew it. (A fictile vessel is one made of earth or clay). This covered a period 1852 to 1854. This is located on the hill side facing Ballykealey House and stands eight feet above the ground and extending three feet below. It is also believed that the ancient games of mid Leinster were celebrated in the area. Local children today know it also as the slippery stone as it used to make a great slide.

123, col. 299, note x.Over the territory of Caisel who will prevail,A house [built] over the relics of Tailgenn.520 520. 1, and p. 2, p. It is explained circulo tonsus in capite by Colgan, but Asciciput in the Book of Armagh, p. He was called Borumha because he renewed the cow tribute of Leinster, which had been remitted by Finachta, monarch of Ireland, in the seventh century. Chief king over all ErinWas Brian519 of the cow-tribute, 519. 49, col. 690, p. Tailgenn. Annals of Four Masters, A.D. 5, col. Patrick was called by the Druids. - This was the name by which St. Brian, i.e., Brian Borumha, ancestor of the O'Briens of Thomond, who became monarch of Ireland in 1002, and was killed at Clontarf in the year 1014.

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Amhlaib was released after paying an enormous ransom. Amhlaib is found as referred to as King of the Gentiles of Dublin, which brings to mind that most of the Norse in those times became Chrisitians. 1029 Mahon Regan , now King of Meath, is recorded by the annalists as having had a notable triumph over the foreigners , when he made a prisoner of the new King of Dublin, Amhlaib, son of ODuinns friend Sitric (who was son of an earlier Amhlaib).

Ui-Fathaidh, now the barony of Iffa and Offa West, in the county of Tipperary.The O'Neills of Ui-Eochain Finn,533 533. by many the prefix is rejected.Chief of Ui Fathaidh,532 who obtained great land, 532. Ui-Eoghain Finn. i., p. See the Miscellany of the Archaeological Society, vol. O'Mearadhaigh, now O'Meara, or O'Mara, a name still numerous in the county of Tipperary. - The territory of this tribe was in northern Deisi, in the present county of Tipperary, and adjoining Iverk on the west side. O'Mearadhaigh,531 the good king, 531. 205. The O'Neills of this race, the head of whom was an esquire in 1753, were afterwards seated at Mount Neill, in the barony of Iverk, county Kilkenny.All these lions I mention.

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of Leighlin-Bridge (See Vol. p. 268,) as Popish Priest of Agha and resident at Leighlin- Bridge. I. In the same return Charles Rice is mentioned as Priest of Lorum ; it is not unlikely that he was assistant to Michael Doyle. It would appear from Dean Skeltons list of 1 733, that this Fr. I.p. Rice had then become P.P. 1731 Michael Doyle is named in a Return made in 1731 (See Vol. 274.) In the Deans List also there is a priest named Owen Boyle , the name of whose parish is omitted ; but as Dunleckney is there unaccounted for, it is surmised that he had charge of that parish.

anfith m. Mane m. Ruairc m. Anfith m. Crundmail m. Cernaig m. maili Duin m. Laegacain M. Duibrein m. Cuind m. Con Meda m. Brenaind m. An early Sil Ronan genealogy (H.2.7)Domnall mac Gillai-na-noem m. Cuind m. Neill. Ronain m. Fergail m. Ruairc m. Anmere m. Crimthaind m. Flaind m. Laegacain M. Forannain m. Briain m. Suibni m. Cernaig m. Gilli Chainnig m.

Cormac fights seven battles against the Disi, and expels them from their lands. His duties as king are taken on by his son Cairbre Lifechair. engus runs Cellach through with his "dread spear", which has three chains attached to it; these chains wound one of Cormac's advisers and blind Cormac in one eye. Her uncle engus Gabaibthech comes to rescue her, but Cellach refuses to release her. After a period of wandering, they settled in Munster. Cormac, having lost an eye, moves into the Tech Cletig on the hill of Achall, as it was against the law for a disfigured king to sit in Tara. Cormac's son Cellach (or Conn) abducts Forach, the daughter of a Disi leader. The 8th-century text The Expulsion of the Disi describes enmity between Cormac and the group known as the Disi, descendants of Cormac's great grandfather Fedlimid Rechtmar who had been his retainers.

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Carlow.june 17th patron day mo ling leap luachra tairchell In 693 St. Srafan resided about 5 miles from Straffan. St. Srafan is regarded as having been buried at Kill. Moliney, founder of St.Mullins in Co. According to the Four Masters Saint Straffan of Srafan is mentioned in the masterpieces of Gorman and Donegal. He is named Srafan of Clonmore whose feast is celebrated on the 23rd May and was one of the Leinster clerics who accompanied St.

i Loeghaire were cited in modern co. Meath, their chief dwelt at Telach Ard, now Steeplestown, 2 miles northeast of Trim. The O Candelbin (Kennelan, Connellan, Quinlan) were a senior branch of Cenl Ligaire with their namesake cited as lord of Cenl Laoghaire in the 10th century. Cenl LigaireIn descent from Legaire, son of Niall of the Nine Hostages, and sovereign of Ireland in the mid 5th century.