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 Other references to the forename in the ancient genealogies.

 

Genealogies from Rawlinson B 502 (Author: [unknown])

Section 17

DE GENELOGIA DÁL CHAIS UT INUENITUR IN PSALTERIO CAISSIL.

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¶1251] Trí meicc déc Caiss m. Conaill Echluaith m. Luigdech Mind: Blat, Casséne, Lugaid, Sétna, Óengus Cenn Nathrach, Cormac, Cáirthenn, Cainnech, Óengus Cenn Aittin, Áed, Loiscenn, Nóe. Blat a quo Úi Blait, Cassín a quo Úi Cassín, Lugaid a quo Úi Máel Báetáin, Sétna a quo Mainchíne & na h-ingena filet h-i Cill na n-Ingen, Óengus Cenn Nathrach a quo Cenél Fermaic & Cenél m-Báeth & Cenél Cóllachtaich & Cenél Faílbe, Óengus Cenn Aittin a quo Clann h-Iffernáin & Nechtain & Ingen Báeth & Ingena Gunnu m. Ailella, Cormac díbad, Cáirthenn a quo Dál Caiss Leithet Lachtmaige, Cainnech a quo Epscop Meic Laisse tantum, Áed a quo Úi Áeda, Nóe a quo Bec mc Déi, Loiscenn díbad.

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¶1252] Delbáeth dano is é indara Lugaid at- berar sunn ó tát na cóic Delbna.

¶1253] Cethri mc Blait: Cáirthenn Find, Cáirthenn Dub, Eochu, Brénaind.

¶1254] Cethri mc Cáirthind: Óengus Óenguinech nó Ollmaith, Eochaid Ballderg, Scandal, Cormac Cochin Mechuir a quo Sinech máthair Óengusa Tuile.

¶1255] Dá mc Echach Balldeirg m. Cárthind Find: Conall & Bresal.

¶1256] Dá mc Conaill: Áed & Fiannorb.

¶1257] Trí mc Áeda: Conall et Aitheirne et Cáirthenn.

¶1258] Dúngalach mc Muirgaile m. Cáirthind m. Áeda.

¶1259] Tairdelbach m. Aitreine m. Áeda.

¶1260] Dá mc Congaile .i. Toltanach & Aurchlosach.

¶1261] Flann mc Aurchlosaich.

¶1262] Sé mc Flaind ut dicitur:

Sé meic Flaind meic Aurchlosaich:
Aurthuile ard áith,
Tuathal, Cernach, Fogartach,
Indrechtach, Máel Cáich.

¶1263] Trí mc Tuathail: Indrechtach, Flann, Máel Coba.

¶1264] Secht mc Indrechtaich: Cú Báige, Niall, Tipraite, Eochu, Maine, Caicher, Cuilén Dub.

¶1265] Cóic mc Con Báige: Cadla, Corcc, Congal, Tigernán, Ánrodán.

¶1266] Sé mc Cadla: Málle, Cathán, Magar, Fursunnud, Cormac, Dub.

¶1267] Cóic m. Ánrotháin: Ánchinne, Adnach, Indrechtach, Cuilén, Máel Finne.

¶1268] Dá mc Thipraite: Find & Cennétich.

¶1269] Cuirríne m. Con Cibe mc Cuilén Duib mc Indrechtaich.

¶1270] Tresach mc Riacáin m. Lachtnai m. Eochach.

¶1271] Eochu m. Lígdai.

CLANN DANO AILGILE IARUM. (DÁL CAIS – Clare)

 

¶1300] Ailgel m.Tairdelbaich immorro dá mc lais id est Eochuid & Aurchlosach.

¶1301] Secht mc oc Eochaid .i. Duinechaid ó tát Muinter Duinechaid m. Dubthaich & Úi Síthbe mc Corrderccáin m. Duinechda & Cobthach ó tát Úi Chon Cibel m. Cobthaich ocus Úi Duib & Úi Fithbeláin & Scandlán a quo Clann Scandláin.

¶1302] Dá mc Fínáin: Colgcu & Mo Langa Shaingil.

¶1303] Trí mc Colgcan: Allamain, Cormac, Aurthuile.

¶1304] Mac Bethad m. Dondgail m. Béoáin m. Fáelchada m. Máel Tuile m. Torptha m. Allamain.

¶1305] Cóic mc Óengusa: Rónán Rathmar, Feradach, Faílbe, Móenach, Dímma Dub.

¶1306] Cóic m. Rónáin: Dímma Superbus, Diucaill. Suibne, Rochnu, Conamail & duae filiae .i. Rónnat, Feidelm.

¶1307] Trí mc Dímmae: Dub Dúin, Andlid, Ferdomnach.

¶1308] Is h-é in Ferdomnach-sin do-rat Inis Sibtonn do Mainchíne Luimnich & do Chrónán et do-bert Mainchín bennachtain n- orddain for Ferdomnach.

¶1309] Dá mc Fherdomnaich mc Dímmae: Ailill & Cathasach.

¶1310] Dá m. Ailella: Murchertach et Echthigernn.

¶1311] Ocht mc la h-Echthigern: de quibus dicitur:

Ruaidrí, Domnall, Óengus, Flann,
Fáelchad, Fínnachta findbann,
Fogartach, Gormgal gluair glinn,
ocht meic amra Echthigirn.

¶1312] Dá mc Óengusa: Aurthuile et Flannabrae.

¶1313] Máille m. Cadlai m. Aurthuile m. Echdach.

¶1314] Faílbe m. Find m. Theichthich m. Flaithim m. Flaind m. Echdach m. Ailella.

¶1315] h-Uamnachán m. Aurchada m. Dúnchada m. Flannabrat m. Óengusa m. Echthigirn.

¶1316] Diarmait m. Delbáeth m. Thressaich m. Meiscill m. Muiredaich m. Domnaill m. Delga m. Flaind Shinna m. Dúnamail m. Duib Dúin m. Dímmae m. Dímmasaich m. Rónáin.

¶1317] Máel Coba m. Flathráe m. Aurthuile m. Óengusa m. Dúnamail m. Duib Dúin.

¶1318] Máel Coba m. Fogartaich m. Dúnamail.

¶1319] Cethri m. Máel Choba: Bithén, Cendergán, Murchad, Fogartach.

Torpaid, Dímmae, Donngalach,
Flaithnia, Cathnia co n-gelgraig,
Tnúthgal ocus Tigernach,
Cummascach ocht meic Cernaich.

¶1320] Mac Caissil m. Óengusa m. Duinníne m. Donngaile m. Cernaich.

 

Simultaneous invasions in various parts of Munster (by the Vikings) 845 AD

XIII. Tanic iarsin tola murbructa mor du gallaib inn Erind, co nach rabi aird innti can longes. Is leoside do hargead Brigoband ocus ro marbad Tressach mac Mechill (Meircill)…

XIII. After this there came great sea-cast floods of foreigners into Erinn, so that there was not a point thereof without a fleet. It was by these that Brigobhann (Brigown) was plundered, and Tressach, son of Mechill (Meircill) killed…(Todd)

Todd JH (1867) The war of the Gaedhill with the Gaill. Longmans, Green, Reader and Dyer, London.

Par. XIII. . . . "After this (a.d. 845) there came great sea-coast floods of Foreigners into Erinn, so that there was not a point thereof without a fleet. It was by these that Brig-gobhann was plundered, and Tressach, son of Meehill, killed." . . .Dr. Todd adds in a note that "Brigobhann" ("Hill of the Smith") is now "Brigoion," an old church, which had formerly a round tower, near Mitchelstown, -county of Cork.

Canon Courtenay Moore (1889) Ecclesiastical Antiquities of the Parish of Brigown (Mitchelstown), Diocese of Cloyne; The Ruins of Kill-na-Marbhan; The Site of Brigown Round Tower. The Journal of the Royal Historical and Archaeological Association of Ireland, Fourth Series, Vol. 9, No. 80 (Jul. - Oct., 1889), pp. 221-226

 

O’Grady  (Dal gCais – Clare)

The following pedigree is from genealogical tracts by O’Hart

90. Conall Eachluath (swift steed) Crowned King of Munster in 336 A.D.
91.
Cass, the common ancestor of the Dalcassians.
92. Caisin.
93. Eocha
94. Brennan
95. Finan
96.Foranan
97.
Tiobraid
98.
Dungal from whom we get Kinel Donghaile, the ancestral lands of the Gradys.
99. Fódalbha
100. Rodgus.
101. Flaithreach.
102. Seachnadhseach .
103. Cormac
104. Collachtach.
105. Conn
106. Conn Óge
107.
Art
108. Tresaigh
109.
Gráda from whom O’Grady is derived. He lived about 1000 A.D.

 

Genelach Ui Grada

2014.  Seaan epscop m Seaain airdepscuip in Seain airdeps cuip m Eoin m Murchadha m Diermada m Murchadha m Faelain m Diermada m Murchadhaa m Aneslis m Muircertaigh m Etroichcthe m Mail maith m Grada (o ta .h. Grada) m Tresaigh m Airt m Cuinn m Collachtaigh m Corpmaic m Seachnusaigh m Flaithri m Ruadhgusa m Fodalbuigh m Dungaile m Tiobruide m Forannain m Fionain  m Brenainn m Echach m Caisin m Cais m Conaill echluaith. (O’Cleary)

 

LAIGEN

 

Uí Cheinnselaig (Carlow/Wexford/Wicklow)

 

Cendselach mac Brain was a king of Uí Cheinnselag who died 765 AD.

Tressach m. Slebini m. Fhannain m. Argetain m. Cathail m. Cendselaig m. Brain m. Dunchada m. Mael Duin m. Maeluidir m. Guaire m. Suldubain m. Lactna m. Cummine m. Conchobuir m. Fland m. Dondgalaig m. Brain

Dub-Calgaig mac Ladcnén a quo Cland Calgaig qui cecidit i (a marbad) cath Ferna Móre la Cendselach mac mhBrain.

Cendselach mac Brain a marbad i cath la Hu Cendselaig féin.

 

Uí Dhonnagáin – the royal line of Araidh

Óigthighearn m. Tighearnain m. Ruaidhrigh m. Find m. Treasaigh m. Donnagain m. Mec Lachtna <nó Mec Lachtnain> m. Maoil Mhaith m. Cormaic m. Dunchadha m. Duibh Da Thuath m. Conaire m. Fhuradhráin m. Criutine (no Ruiadin) m. Grealláin m. Lughbha (no Lughdhach) m. Luigen (no Lughna) no Lugdha m. Mec-Rimhe <nó Mec-Remhe> m. Fhionnchadha m. Fir-Ruith <nó Fir-Roith> m. Iondaoi m. Fir Nued no Fir-Nia m. Lughdhach m. Buain m. Airgeatuir <nó Aircebuir> m. Cairbre Cluitheachair m. Con-Corb <m. Mogha-Corb> m. Conchabhair Abradrúaidh RE 1

Genelach Ua nDunagain

1781. Oicctigern m Tigernaigh m Ruaidri m Finn m Tresaigh m Dunagain m Lachtna m Mail maith m Corpmaic m Dunchadha m Duibh da thuath. (O’ Cleary)

 

Genealach an [t]Seachtmaid (of Uí Mhec Liag)

Donn Slebhe mac Tighearnuigh m. Treasach m. Cosgruigh m. Cuileannain m. Cormaic m. Colgan m. Echach m. Caolbhaidh m. Echachdaigh (?) m. Sinill m. Dioma m. mec Liag m. Lir m. Crunnmail m. Mail m. Arbhara no Fhirmora no Airmora m. Fir-Ruith <nó Fir-Roith> m. Iondaoi m. Fir Nued no Fir-Nia m. Lughdhach m. Buain m. Airgeatuir <nó Aircebuir> m. Cairbre Cluitheachair m. Con-Corb <m. Mogha-Corb> m. Conchabhair Abradrúaidh RE 1

 

UI FIACHRACH

 

Genelach hI Mochain

Selected genealogies from An Leabhar Donn

RIA MS 1233 (23.Q.10)

Cormac ballach & Mailechlainn .i. in deganach & Aed .i. in pro-aisde clann Diarmada m. tSeain m. Grigair (ard epscoip) m. tShimoin m. Nicoil m. Domnaill {21Vd} m. Dondchada m. Muircertaigh m. Muiredaigh m. Find m. Menman m. Donnchada m. Aithesaig m. Muircertaig m. Murchada m. Mochain o fuilit hI Mochain m. Aengusa m. Tresaig m. Tigernaigh m. Taidcc m. Ailgenn m. Concobair m. Floind m. Conboirne m. Eogain m. Echach bric m. Datii m. Fiacrach.

Genelach Ui Mochain

1596. Maghnus, Diarmait: clann Seaain m Gregoir m Siomoin m Niocóil m Domnoill m Donnchada m Muircextaigh m Muireadaigh m Find m Meanman m Donnchada m Aitheasaigh m Muircheartaigh m Murchadha m Mochain (o raiter an slondadh) m Aenghusa m Treasaigh m Tigernaigh m Taidhg m Ailgenaigh m Concobair floinn m Con boirne m Eoghain m Eachdach bric m Dathi m Fiachrach m Eachdach muigh-medhoin.

1597. Domnall (.i. abb na Buille) m Diarmada m Muirghesa m Siomoin m Niocoil m Domnaill m Donnchada m Muircertaigh. (O’Cleary)

Pedigree of O'Mochain
Gregory, Archbishop of Tuam, son of Simon, son of Nicholas, son of Domhnall, son of Donnchadh, son of Muircheartach, son of Muireadhach, son of Finn, son of Meanman, son of Donnchadh, son of Aitheasach, son of Muircheartach, son of Murchadh, son of Mochan, a quo the O'Mochains, son of Aongus, son of Treasach, son of Tighearnach, son of Tadhg, son of Ailgheanach, son of Conchobhar, son of Flann, son of Cathal, son of Cuboirne, son of Eochaidh Breac, son of Dathi, King of Ireland.

Others say that the Cuboirne from whom the O'Mochains are descended, was son to Eoghan Aidhne, the son of Eochaidh Breac; and this is true.

The Genealogies, Tribes, and Customs of Hy-Fiachrach, commonly called O'Dowda's Country

 

Ui Mochain [O Mohan] One time erenaghs of Killeraght in the Barony of Coolavin, Co. Sligo.

 

Genealogiae Regum et Sanctorum Hiberniae - CAP. XXII. DO NAOMHAIBH SLECHTA EATHACH MEIC MUIREADHA.

4. Colman eala o Loinn Eala m Beoghna m Mochta m Cuinneadha m Aongasa m Fiacca m Mail m Cartaigh m Laire m Luighdeach m Lairene m Logha m Cuiltre m Quana m Connla m Oilella m Cairbre m Luighdheach m Medhle m Duibh m Roibrigh m Treasaigh m Lughna in Matta m Fedhlimidh m Saile m Clothrad m Clothail m Roe m Cartaigh m Cliothraimh m Eathach m Mairedha m Caireadha m Breasail m Almone m Moethgelt m Rohiel m Cearmatta m hlreoil m Deaghadh m Reo shoirche m Reo doirche m Muireadha m Ammais m Singitte m Inbothae m Tigernmais m Follaigh m Ethreoil m Ireoil fathaigh m Eremoin m Mileadh.

Genealogiae Regum et Sanctorum Hiberniae, Archivium Hibernicum, Vol. 5 (1916), pp. 1-3, 5-96

 

St. Gormgal in Ardoilen

...Elsewhere he gives the following list of holy men who rest with St. Gormgal in Ardoilen, viz. — Moelsuthun, Celechair, Dubthach, Dunadach, Cellach, Tressach, Ultan, Maelmartin, Coromach, and Conmach. The Four Masters recording the death of St. Gormgal in Ardoilen in 1017, style him the chief Anmchara, sours friend or confessor, of all Ireland…

Archdall, Mervyn (1876) Monasticon hibernicum: or, A history of the abbeys, priories, and other religious houses in Ireland; interspersed with memoirs of their several founders and benefactors, and of their abbots and other superiors, to the time of their final suppression. Vol.II. W.B. Kelly, Dublin.

Ardoilen, or High Island, is situated about six miles from the coast of Omey, Connemara, Co. Galway.

 

 

 

 Treasacháin

 

In the MacFirbis genealogies there is also some appearances of the name Treasachain. However, it is not found in O'Brien CGH.

 

Wolfe stated that "The dim. O Treasachain appears to have been in use in the midlands, but is probably obsolete; at least, it has no distinct angl. form", but I have not found any other references to it as a surname.

The name of the townland of Artresnahan in the parish of Drummaul in Co. Antrim translates as Ard Treasacháin 'Treasachán's height'.

 

Nearby, there is the townland of Tirgracey, Muckamore (Grange of), Antrim.

 
[Cenél Fiachach Mic Néill]
881. Sil Conaing fer scail, vero, as aire at-beror Conaing fer scail fris ar a cloinn do scailedh eter na noemhaibh .i. eter Colman ela, ocus .h. Suanaigh, ocus Colum cille, ocus epscop Aedha, conidh iat feronna na naemh sin fognus doibh. Lucht Telcha moire, tra, la Colman elo  .i. h. Eitigan cona coibnesaibh. Lucht duin Cuirre la .h. Suanaigh .i. h. Broenain cona coibhnesaibh. Sil Conaing, vero, o Brosnaigh fo tbuaid la Colaim cille acht muinter Aemdha .i. h. Tresachan (la Ciaran iat-sidhe), ocus .h. Conaing. Flaithe o Niallaigh o Brosnaigh fotuaidh, .h. Eitigan vero; flaithi i Niallaigh o Brosnaigh fo des, .h. Cleirigh, .h. Lachtnaig la h-espcop Aedha. (O’Cleary)
Cenél Fiachach (Southern Uí Neill) Offaly/Westmeath
With Columcille of Durrow went the Ui Ediogain, princes of the Fiallach south of the Brosnach, and all the Sil Conaing north of the same river, except the Ui Conaing and the Ui Thresachéin, chiefs of the Fiallach north of the Brosnach. The Ui Clérig and the Ui Lachtna went with Bishop Aed. All these septs belonged to the Cenél Fiachach (in King's County and Westmeath), and their ...
The Irish Ecclesiastical Record, 1913
 
Onomasticon Goedelicum
fiallach 
      Ui Conaing and Ui Threasachain, princes of the Fialach, N. of r. Brosnach;   Ui Ediogain, princes of Fiallach, S. of r. Brosnach, Fir. 172;   Fiambur as in Bregia, Au. i. 328;   recte Finnabair Breg as in Fm. an. 829; ¶  Fennor nr Slane. 
muinter nugha
      i.e., Ui Conaing and Ui Threasachain, N. of the r. Brosnach, Fir. 172.
 
SIOL IR (North East Ulster)
 

Ua Darca Chen

Suibhne mac Treashain m. Braonain m. Ailche m. Maoil Odhrai m. Ailgneadh m. Cuai(in)<ne> m. Oschon.

Ruidhini m. Treasachain m. Concasa m. Dubhacain m. Brannaimh m. Sneadhchon m. Oschon 
 
Clann Chail
Eoghan mac Treasachain m. Duibh-Tuile m. Beannachta m. Ruanadha m. Anmchada mc Airmeadhaig m. Fallaigh mc Cuimeine
 
Genealach Ua nEirc
Míadhochan m. Ruanighén m. Miadhachain m. Fhuarta m. Loingsig m. Mhaillein m. Indiu m. Eathach m. Iarna m. Fhir Thasgair m. Fiontain m. Erc m. Cruinn.
Longan agus Treasachan dhá mhac Ruanaidhén mc Míadhocháin.
Sé mec Treasacháin mc Ruanaighéin .i. Laisréne, Reodgan, Dunghal, Olchu, Reardhomnach, agus Ocan.

 

Uí Ninneadha

Seacht mec Maoilfhúadoigh .i. Doilgen, Duibhne, Dodhran, Muireadhach, Maolpatraig, Maol-Brighde, agus Treasachan.

 

 

 

Ref:

 

O'Brien, M.A. [Editor]. (1962) Corpus Genealogiarum Hiberniae. Dublin Institute of Advanced Studies, Dublin.

 

O Muraílle, Nollaig ed. (2004) Mac Fhirbhishigh Dubhaltach, Leabhar Genealagh, The Great Book of Irish Genealogies. Five volumes. De Búrca, Dublin.

 

Pender, Séamus. The O Clery Book of Genealogies: 23 D 17 (R.I.A.). Analecta Hibernica, No. 18, The O Clery Book of Genealogies (1951), pp. ix, xi-xxxiii,1-198

 

Place-Names of Northern Ireland vol. iv p.24.

 

Woulfe, Rev Patrick (1923) Irish Names and Surnames. Gill, Dublin.

 

 

 Cenel Treisi (Moy Estuary, Co. Mayo)

 

Treisi or Tresi, was the daughter of Nad Froich, King of Munster and founder of Cashel. Her brother was Oengus (†490/2 AD), the first Christian king of Munster. She married Amalgaid, King of Connacht and bore him eight sons. They lived at the Moy estuary, Co. Mayo.

 

Also stated in the Tribes of Ui Fiachrach is Fearsad Tresi, where she drowned. It is located below the Abbey of Rafan, parish of Killala, Barony of Tirawley, County Mayo. There are two round stones on each side of the fearsad, or channel, to point out its position. At the time the book was written, it is stated that this name is now forgotten for centuries, and it is now called Fearsad Raith Bhrain or Fearsad Ratha Branduibh.

 

Four saints: Cormac, Beccan (Emin), Culan, Diarmaid

Tanic Cormac remi co tarla do andsen se meic deg Amalgaid meic Fhiachrach i n-en-inad and bail i teit in Muaid andsa muir & do-badar andsin ocht meic Thresi ingine Nad Fraich meic Cuirc meic Luidgech .i. siur Aengusa meic Nad Fraich. It-e andso anmand na mac-sin na rigna .i. Aengus, Feidlimid, Eochaid da Mag .i. Mag Muirisce ingine Ugaine & Mag Muaidi, Enna Airdcheand, Cormac, Conall, Eoghan Corrdub; meic Treisi sin & is friu-sin aderar Cenel Tresi la Cloind Amalgaid.

 

Cenel Feidlimid tra is la Cormac a n-urmainchindi & Cenel Treisi; meic Laegairi meic Echach Bricc & Cumaine ingine Dimae ro scar Cloind Oirmedaig meic Baedain re Cormac. Ba le Cormac Sil Enna & Sil Fheargusa & Sil Aengusa. Tri meic Conaill meic Finain meic Airmedaich sin meic Cormaic meic Aengusa meic Amalgaid meic Fhiachrach. Domendach mac Airmedaich is e ced duine ro scar fria Cormac a mainchine & do scuch fri Cummin & fri Brenaind & ita a digu do-sin.

 

Tribes of Ui Fiachrach

From Amhalgaidh, the fourth son of Fiachra, are sprung the Hy- Amhalgaidh on the Muaidh, and the Hy-Becon. This Amhalgaidh had a large family, namely; Fedhlim, Eochaidh of the two plains (i.e. of the plain of Muirisc, daughter of Liogan, and of the plain of Muidh, or Muaidh), Eunda, Conall, Aongus, Eoghan, Cormac, and Corrdubh. These were the eight sons of Tresi, the daughter of Natfraoch, and sister of Aongus, son of Nadfraoch, king of Munster.

 

Onomasticon Goedelicum

Cenel treisi; the 8 sons of Treisi, dau. of Nadfraoch, i.e., the Cenel Treisi, al. Clann Amalgaidh; ¶  about the mouth of the r. Muaid, Bb. 128 a, Lec. 124.

Fersat tresi; al. as. Fersaid Rátha Bhrain, under Rafran abbey , p. Killala, Mayo, Fy., Lec. 247 a, 493, Fir. 841, 274, 256, 248. f. tuama; ¶  at Toome-bridge, c. Ant., Ct. 148, 183; ¶  a ford on the Bann, betw. Ui Tuirtre and Dalaradia, Of. 361, Adr. 53.

Tersaid tresi; ds.; ¶  in b. Tirawly, Mayo, Fy. 166; ¶  leg. Fersaid T.

Ui airmedaigh; of L. Maigi Bron, in Bredach, in Ui Amalgaidh, Lec. 168, 199, Fir. 273, Bb. 75; ¶  Uí Airmedaig .i. lucht Chaille Conaill a tuaith .i. o Thráigh Murbaig go Fersaid Tresi, Fir. 248; ¶  in b. Tirawly and p. Killala, Fy.

Ui echach muaidhe; ext. fr. Ros Erc, al. Ros Serce, in Bredach, in Ui Amalgaidh, to Fearsaid Tresi, Lec. 163, 168, Fir. 274, 256, Fy.; ¶  v. Ros Serce; ¶  W. of r. Moy, Lec. 162, 282, Fy., Fir. 252; ¶  al. Úi Eathach, Fy. 499.

 

References:

Four saints: Cormac, Beccan (Emin), Culan, Diarmaid http://www.ucc.ie/celt/published/G201027.html

O'Donovan, John (1844) The genealogies, tribes, and customs of Hy-Fiachrach, commonly called O'Dowda's country. Irish Archeological Society, Dublin. http://www.archive.org/stream/genealogiestribe00macf/genealogiestribe00macf_djvu.txt and http://www.ucc.ie/celt/published/T105010/index.html

 

 

 

 

 

 

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