List of Irish clans

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List of Irish Clans
  Gaelic-Irish[original research?]
  Gael-Gall[original research?]
Clan name (Tuath) Progenitor Hereditary Chief; Clan chief (if applicable) Septs (finte) Location; county, barony or townland. Cinéal (Kinship) Branches
Clann Néill (Na Nialaigh) Niall Caille Ua Néill Ruadh, aka Ó Néill Mór (O'Neill) Mac Lochlainn (McLaughlin), Mac Bearáin (Barron), Mac Seáin (McShane or Johnson), Mac Suibhne (MacSWEENEY, MacSWYN, SWAIN, SWINE), Ó Doibhlín (DEVLIN Swordbearer to O'Neill), Mac Giolla Easbaig (GILLESPIE, MacANASPIE, BISHOP), Mac Íomhair (MacIVER, MacKEEVER, MacURE, ORR), Mac Ladhmainn (MacCLEMENT, LAMOND, LYMON, MACLAMONT or CLEMENTS), Mac Conmidhe (MacNAMEE, MacCONAMY, MacMEADH, MEE), Mac Néill (Mac Niall), Mac Eoghain (MacKEAN, MacKEON), County Tyrone Cenél nEógain Uí Néill Ruadh (Ó Néill Mór), Clann Áodh Búidhe,
Clann Domhnaill

Mac Lochlainn [McLaughlin] [Inis-Eóghain],Inishowen, Donegal Lochlann m.Máelseachláinn m.Máel Ruanaidh m.Flann m.Domhnall Dabhaill m. Áedh Findliath

Domhnaill m. Áed Findliath Ua Donghaile (Donnelly) Ua [Fh]laithbheartaigh (Flaherty, Flaverty, Laverty, Lafferty) County Tyrone Cenél nEógain
Muintír-Birn Birnn m. Ruadrach m. Murchada m. Máel Dúin m. Áeda Alláin Mac Ruaidhrí (MacRory, [Mac]Rogers) Mac Murchadha Strabane (upper) Cenél Eoghain Tellach Ainbhith
Cenél Fergusa Fergusa m. Éogain m. Néill Noígiallaig Ua hÓgáin ('O'Hagan') O'Quinns, Ua Mael Fhabaill (Mulfoyle, et al.) and O'Mallons (O'Mellans) Dungannon (Upper) Cenél nEógain
Cairrge Brachaidhe Brachaidi Mac Diarmada Ua Maol Fhábhaill (Mulfaal, Mulfavil, MacFael, Mulfoyle or Mac Paul) Carrichbrack (Carrickbraghy) in the barony of Inishowen West, County Donegal Cenél nEógain
Cenél mBinnigh Eochach Binnich m. Éoghain m. Néill Noígiallaig Ua hAghmaill (O'Hamill), Teallach Duibhbrailbe Ua Brolaigh, herenaghs of Tech na Coimairce and Clongleigh Glenconkeine, barony of Loughinsholin Cenél Eoghain *Cenél mBinnig Glinne *Cenél mBindigh Locha Droichid (east of Magh Ith in Tirone) *Cenél mBindigh Tuaithe Rois (east of the Foyle) and one branch of the Ua Brolaigh
Cenél Moen Maein m. Muireadaigh m. Éogain m. Néill Noígiallaig Ó Gairmleadhaigh (O'Gormley) O Duineachaidh, Ó Croidheáin (O Crean), Ó Lúinigh (O Lunny), O'Tierney (Ó Tiarnaigh), O'Kelly (Ó Ceallaigh), O'Cernaghan (Ó Cearnacháin), O'Garvey (Ó Gairbhith), MacDonaghy (Mac Donncha), Ó Peatáin (O'Patton or Peyton) and Ó Luinigh (or O'Loony) Magh Itha in the barony of Raphoe, County Donegal Cenél nEógain
Cenél Fearadhaigh Feradaich m. Éogain m. Néill Noígiallaig Mac Cathmhaoil (Campell, Cadwell or MacCawell) Clann Cathmhaoil MacKeaghery, MacFetridge, Mac Giolla Mhártáin (Gillmartin), Maolgeimridh (Mulgemery, or Montgomery) and Maolpádraig (Kilpatrick) Clogher, County Tyrone Cenél Eoghain Mac Fiachra sept (MacKeaghery)
Cenél Tigernaich Tighearnach m. Muireadaigh m. Éoghain Ó Maolfothartaigh (O'Mulfoharty), and Ó hEodhasa (O'Hosey) County Tyrone Cenél nEógain
Clan Conchobhair Conchobhar m. Fearghaile m. Maol Dúin m. Maol Fithrich m. Aodha Uairidnaigh Ó Cathain (O'Kane, Ó'Cahan) O'Maoláin (O'or McMullan), Mac Bloscaidh (MacCloskey) lords of Creeve (Coleraine area, County Londonderry) and Keenaght Cenél Eoghain Clan Drugain
Clan Drugain Ó Cathain (O'Kane, Ó'Cahan) O'Maoláin (O'or McMullan), Mac Bloscaidh (MacCloskey), Mac Auslain (MacCAUSLAND, Scotland), Mac Aibhne (MacEVANY, MacAVENUE, MacAVINNEY, MacAVINNY, MacEVANNY), Mac Einrí (HENRY), Ó Maoilmheana (MULVANEY, MULVANE, MULVANY), Ó Maoilmhíchíl (Mulmeel), Ó Muireadhaigh (MURRAY, MORIE), Ó Cuaig (QUIGG FIVEY, KEGG, QUIG), Ó Cuinn (QUINN, QUIN, QWIN), Ó Tanaidhe (TANNY, TANNAY, TANNEY, TANNIE, TANEY), Mac Bháltair (MacWHIRTER, Scotland) lords of Creeve (Coleraine area, County Londonderry) and Keenaght Cenél nEógain
Clan Diarmada (Clandermot) Cearallán m. Baoighill m. Diarmada m. Conchobhair m. Fearghaile m. Maol Dúin m. Maol Fithrich m. Aodha Uaridnaich Ó Cairealláin, (O'Carolan) Mac Ettigan (Mac Eitigen) The parish of Clondermot in County Londonderry Cenél nEógain Tealach Braonáin (Magettigan)
Cenél Aonghusa According to the O Clery Book of Genealogies, M. 790, lines 714 to 718; (Linea Antiqua, Royal Irish Academy MS 23D17, circa 1642), Eógan mac Niall's sons first conquered and held territory in the Bredach in Inishowen. They are enumerated in the following manner:

It e annso tellaighe na Bredchha

714. O Fheidlimid, cedus, muinter Ruarcan et muinter Treallan et muinter Slebhin et muinter Muirdelbaigh et clann Cumuscaigh et clann Narchon c: teallach Tuathail et clann Forcheirnn.

715. O Corbmac, uero, muinter Chele, ocus clann Minghoile, ocus clann Cerdan, ocus .h. Mail, et .h. Ultain et .h. Ruaigne.

716. O Dallan, .h. Eircinn, ocus .h. Cuiliun et .h. Reodan, .h. Ceallaigh, .h. Meran, ocus clann Cuan.

717. O Oilill, muinter Forceallaigh et muinter Mail raifthi, ocus .h. Rosaigh et .h. Gillagan, .h. Donnan, .h. Corpmaic, ocus sil meic Gluais, .h. Follamain, .h. Minain, .h. Uidir, .h. Fercumais,.h. Galan, .h. Donnugan uel .h. Branugan, .h. Ceallaigh, .h. Duibne et clann Filgaile.

718. O Oenghus, .h. Mail phoil, ocus .h. Brolaigh et cenel Oenghusa tulcha og (.i. mic Aini et mic Ecruiti). Et asd e an t-Aenghus sin do-choidh in echtra co righ Temra co nderna a muinerus fris, ocus cor fer comlann tar a chenn .i. cath mullaig Fedha et ba coimdith don chath, ocus d'Aenghus cor gair a cu .i. guan ar na cengal do chloich an atha co tainic ba guth an tigerna an cu .i. goan co ro-muigh an cath iertain co tucadh crich imdha, ocus erannus do, cor dhedhail da seacht macaib iertain; mac do, Echrach o tait clann Aenghusa eachrach i nn-ibh Uais breagh; mac ele do a crich fer Cul re Tulen atuaidh o ta clann Aenghusa cul et alii multi.

County Tyrone Cinel-Eoghain
Cenel Mic Earca Máel Fithrich m. Áeda Uaridnaich m. Domnaill m. Muircherdaich mac Earca m. Muiredaich m. Éogain Barony of Clogher, County Tyrone Cenél nEógain
Sil Lugdach (also Cenél Luighdech) Lugdach m. Sétnai mic Fergus m. Conaill Gulban m. Néill Noígiallaig Ó Domhnaill Uí Baoighill (O'Boyles) and the Uí Dochartaigh (O'Dohertys, chiefs of Arda Midhair or Ardmire, perhaps the Finn Valley) Ua Cairbre, Ó Duibhne (DEENY DEANY, DEENEY, DENNY, PEOPLES), Ó Daighre (DEERY, DARRY, DERRY), Mac Dailredochar (DOCKERY DOCKREY, DOCKRY), Ó Dunáin (DOONAN DONAYNE, DONNAN), Ó Dubhthach (Doohey), Ó Glacáin (Glacken), Mac Reannacháin (GRANAHAN, CRENAHAN, CRENAGHAN), Ó hEarghaile (HARLEY HARREL, HARRILY, HERAL), Ó hEigneacháin (HENEGAN HANAGHAN, HANNIGAN), Ó hOireachtaigh (HERAGHTY,ERACHTY, ERRARTY), Mac Meanman (MacMENAMIN, MacMENAM, MacMENAMY), Mac Maongail (MacMONAGLE, MONEYGAL), Ó Coigligh (QUIGLEY, QUIGLY, COGLEY, KEGLEY, TWIGLEY, QUIGG), Mac Robhartaigh (Roarty), Ó Robharcháin (ROWAN, RAGHAN, ROANE, ROHAN, ROUGHAN), Ó Scannail (SCANNELL, SCANLAN), Ó Toráin (TARRANT, TORAN, TORRENS), Mac Muircheartaigh (BREARTY, MacBREARTIE, MacMURTY), Mac Giolla Comhghaill (COYLE COWLE, MacILHOYLE, MULCOYLE), Ó Cromlaoich (CRUMLEY CROMLEY, CRUMLISH, CRUMMELL), Northern County Donegal Cenél Conaill Clann Dálaigh (Ua Domhnaill), Clann Chindfaoladh (Ua Baoighill), Arda Midhair
Arda Midhair (O'Doherty) Lugdach m. Sétnai mic Fergus m. Conaill Gulban m. Néill Noígiallaig Ó Dochartaigh Mac Giolla Brighdhe (MacBRIDE, GILBRIDE, KILBRIDE, MUCKLEBREED), Mac Eachmharcaigh (MacCAFFERTY MacCAFFERKY, MacCAVERTY), Mac Daibhí (MacDAVITT, MacDADE, MacDAID, MacDEVITT) Inishowen, Co. Donegal Cenél Conaill
Cenél mBógaine Énnae Bóguine m. Conaill Gulban m. Néill Noígiallaig Tír Boghaine (barony of Banagh, and part of the barony of Boylagh, in County Donegal). Cenél Conaill
Cenél Aedha Aedha m. Ainmirech m. Setna m. Ferghusa cennfhoda m Conaill gulban Ó Maeldoraidh, Ó Canannáin (O'Cannon) Ó Gallchobhair (O'Gallagher) Barony of Tirhugh, alias Tír Aedha, in county Donegal Cenél Conaill
Cenel Duach Tigernach Duí (Duach), son of Conall Gulban. Cenél Conaill
Clann Chindfaoladh Baighill m Bradagain m Muirchertaigh m Cindfhaeladh Ua Bhaeighill (O'Boyle) Tir Ainmireach (around Ardara), Three Tuatha (around Falcarragh and Kilmacrennan) and barony of Boylagh in County Donegal Cenél Conaill
Muintir Dalachain Baoighill m Bradagáin m Muirchertaigh m Cindfhaeladh Ó Cearnacháin (e.g. Kernaghan) and Ó Dalachain Tuath Bladhach (Bladhaigh)anglicized Tuath Doe (now Creeslough & Dunfanaghy), south of Ros-Iorguil (now Downing's & Carrigart) County Donegal
Cinel Eanna Eanna (Enda), the sixth son of Conall Gulban Hanna,Hainey,Haney,Heaney (O'hEighnigh) (Ó hAnnaidh) Kings of Magh Ith, Tir Eanna and Fanad in present day County Donegal. Cenél Conaill
Cenél Endai Enda, the youngest son of Niall of the Nine Hostages ua Lapáin (O'Lappin, Delap) and Aa h-Eicnechan (roughly O'Heneghan) Ua Bresleáin (O'Breslen or Breslin) the river Errity to Barnesmore, barony of Tir Hugh, to Sruell in the barony of Banagh, County Donegal. Parish of Aughnis, barony of Kilmacrenan Uíbh Néill a' Tuaisceart O'Breslin, chiefs in Fanad
Cenél Cairpri [Mor] Cairbre, son of Niall of the Nine Hostages Ó Maolchloiche (O'Mulclohy), a name which was later mistranslated to Stone Ua Bresleáin (O'Breslen or Breslin) "Críoch Cairpre Droma Cliab" of northern County Sligo and northeast County Leitrim. Barony of Carbury in North Sligo Uíbh Néill a' Tuaisceart O'Breslin, chiefs in Fanad, Uí Cairpri Laigen (Ua Chiardha or O'Keary, O'Carey), Cairpre Gabra (Ó Ronáin, O'Ronan)
Síl Aedha Eaniagh Cairbre, son of Niall of the Nine Hostages O'Murchada, O'Murphy O'Mellon barony of Strabane, County Tyrone
Conmaicne Cuile Toladh Findchóem (Traech mac Causcraid, or Fráech mac Cúscraigh) m. Cúmscrach (aka Cumascrach) Ó Talcharain (TOLLERAN, TALLERAN, TALRAN, TOLRAN) Ó Calarain (COLLERAN), Ó Morann (O'Moran), Ó Martain (Martin or Martins) Kilmaine barony, County Mayo Conmaicne Síl Cárida, Cenél Enda
Conmaicne Mara Conmaic (a quo Conmaicne) m. Oirbsen Máir (a quo Loch n-Oirbsen)...ultimately Fergus mac Roich Úa Cadhla (O'Queally or O'Kealy) Mac Conghaile (Conneely, MacNeela), Ó Clochartaigh (Cloherty or Stone),Ó Dubháin (Devany), Mac Fualáin\Ó Cualáin (FOLAN , FOLAND, FOLANE) Connemara in western Co. Galway Conmaicne
Conmaicne Críchi Meic Eircce Fraech, son of Cumscrach Kilconickny, Co. Galway Conmaicne Cenél Lughna, Cenél cCais and Cenél Dubháin (Conmaicne Dúna Móir)
Conmaicne Mide la Cuirccne Copchass, in descent from Conmac, son of Orbsen mor, Quirene, a former name of the barony of Kilkenny West, Co. Westmeath Conmaicne
Conmaicne Bec Conmaic (a quo Conmaicne) m. Oirbsen Máir (a quo Loch n-Oirbsen)...ultimately Fergus mac Roich Ua Tolairg (O'Toler) Quirene, Co. Westmeath Conmaicne
Muintir Eoluis Finer, son of Cúmscrach (aka Cumascrach) Mac Raghnaill, Mac Rannall (Reynolds or MacGrannell) Ó Mughroin (MORAN, MORAINE, MORANE, MOREN, MORRIN, MORYNE), Mac Searraigh (HERRY, SHARRY, FOALEY) Leitrim baronies of Mohill and Leitrim Conmaicne of Magh Réin Tellach Brocáin (alias Tellach Cagáin), Tellach Cendetigh, Tellach Maelmartain, Tellach maelmuiri, Tellach n-Odrainn,
Tellach Cearbhallan Finer, son of Cúmscrach (aka Cumascrach) Maoil Mhiadhaigh (Mulvey) Ó Beigléighinn (BEGLIN, BEGLAN, BEGLAIN, BEGNAL, BEGLANE, BIGLANE, BEGLEN, BEGLLIN, BIGLAN, BEGLYN ), Ó Bardain (BODEN ), Ó hEolusa (HALLISSY), Ó Muiredaigh (MURRAY, MORIE, MORRA, MORRIE, MOREY, ÓMORY, MURRY, MURRIE), Ó Cuirnin, ollamh (CURNIN, CURNAN, CURNEN), Ó Maolghuala (MULHOOLY, HOOGHLEY, MULHOOGHLEY, MULOOLEY), Mac Mioluic (MULLOCK MacMEELICK, MacMOLEG, MOOLICK, MULLICKE, MULOCK) Leitrim baronies of Mohill and Leitrim Muinter Eolais, Conmaicne Réin
Cenel Luachain Luachan, son of Onchu, and 4th in descent from Cumscrach Mag Dorchaidh or Mac Dorchaidhe (Mac Dorcy, Darcy, Dorcey, MacGourkey) Ó Dunain (DOONAN DONAYNE, DONNAN, DOONANE, DOUNAN, DUNNAN, DYNAN), Ó Ciardubhain (KEARON, KERRANE, KERRIVANE, KERWAN, KIRRANE) Oughteragh parish, barony of Carrigallen, southern co. Leitrim Conmaicne of Magh Réin Ui Bathbairr, Ui Braici, Ui Buibhin, Ui Chailti, Ui Cianacáin, Ui Conbhuidhe, Ui Damaigh of Cenél Luachain, Ui Dimusaigh, Ui Dubháin (Inis Doiri Dubháin), Ui Erailb, Ui Eturrain, Ui Gabhadáin, Ui Maelpátraig, Ui Maelsuthain, Ui Muinecháin, Ui Tredmain, Tellach Tanaide, Tellach Cléirigh
Clann Calbrainn Co. Leitrim Conmaicne of Magh Réin Clann Martain, Clann Maelduilighe, Clann Bradain, Clann Arcain and Tellach Uanan
Clann Faelgusa Co. Leitrim Conmaicne of Magh Réin Clann Corrdercain, Clann Gemáin, Clann Cathusaigh, Clann Dinnachain, Clann Birn, Clann Anairc, Ui Conbhuidhe, Ui Gellustain, Ui Riaglachain.
Clann Finoicci, or Sil Findellaig Descendants of Finoicc, 2nd wife of Findellach, son of Neidhe, and 5th fr. Cumscrach Co. Leitrim Conmaicne of Magh Réin Clann Telline, Clann Cronan, Clann Ainnsin, Clann Chirdubhain, Clann Finn, Clann Ciaracan, Clann Ibill
Cenél Cromáin Co. Leitrim Conmaicne of Magh Réin
Clann Faelchon Co. Leitrim Conmaicne of Magh Réin
Tellach Finnachan Co. Leitrim Conmaicne of Magh Réin
Síl Maelefithrig Co. Leitrim Conmaicne of Magh Réin Clann Clothachtaigh and Clann Oirechtaigh
Clann Fermaighe Findellach, the son of Neidhe, and 5th in descent from Cumscrach. Mac Cogadhain or Mac Acadhain (Mac Cogan) Glenfarne in the parish of Cloonclare in the baronies of Dromahaire and Rosclogher, Co. Leitrim Conmaicne of Magh Réin Clann Cellachain, Clann Maelsamhna, Clann Taebhachain, Clann Ubhan, Clann Lughann, and Clann Uanan
Muintir Geradháin Mag Fhionnbhairr (Mac Ginver, Gaynor, or Finnevar) Lough Gowna in Co. Longford Conmaicne of Magh Réin Tellach Finnoigi, Tellach Gabhadháin,
Muintír Giollagáin Race of Rudhraigh, that is, of the same stock as Mag Raghnaill of Muinter Eolais O Cuinn (O'Quin) Teathbha, baronies of Moydow and Shrule Co. Westmeath Conmaicne of Magh Réin Tellach Connucan, Tellach Gormghaili, Tellach Maoilchíaráin
Muintir Anghaile Ua Fearghaile (O'Farrell) Mac Gofraidh (MacSHAFFREY, GEOFFREY, JEFFRIES, SHEFFRY), Mac Concaille (MacCONCAILLE MacCONKEEL, MacENHILL, WOODS), Mac Conmhaic (CONNICK, CONNOCK, CONWICK), Mac Tadghan (KEEGAN KEAGHAN, KEAHAN, KEEHAN), Mac Cú Shléibhe (MacLEAVY MacALEAVY, MacCLEEVEY), Mac Murchadha (MacMORROW, MURROGH, MURROW, MORROGH), Mac Seáin (MacSHANE, JOHNSON), Ó Súilleabháin (SULLAHAN SOOLAHAN, SULLEHAN, SULLIHAN), Ó Tormaigh (TORMEY, TARMEY, TORMAY) Annually in county Longford Conmaicne of Magh Réin Tellach Congaláin, Tellach Floinn
Síol Faolcháin Éogan Cáech (Síl Mella,), son of Nath Í, and great-grandson of Éana Cionnsealach Mac Murchadha sept (MacMurrough, Kinsella), Kavanagh (Mac Murchadha Caomhánach or Ó Caomhánaigh). Current Chief is William Butler Kavanagh (Wales) Ua Finnthighearn (Finneran), Mac Bhadach (VADDOCK, MADDOCK, WADDICK, WADDOCK), Mac Dáibhí Mór (DAVIDSON, DAVIS, DAVYMORE, MacDavie More), Ó Dúnlaing (DOWLING, DOOLAN, DOOLEN, DOWLAN, DUNLANG; Síol Elaigh sept) South Wicklow & north-east Wexford Uí Chionnsealaigh Gahan's of Síol Ealaigh (barony of Shillelagh)
Siol aElaigh Ó Gaotháin (GAHAN) Ó Niall, Ó Dúnlaing South Wicklow & north-east Wexford Síol Faolcháin, Uí Chionnsealaigh
Uí Felmeda Thes Úa Murchadha (O'Murroughe, Murrowes or Murphy) chiefs of Crioch O'Felme or Hy-Feidhlme [Hy-Felimy] Ó Gairbhain (GARVAN, GIRVAN) Offelimy, now the barony of Ballaghkeen, in County Wexford. Oulartleigh Castle Uí Ceinnselaig
Uí Felmeda Tuaidh Oilioll mac Muiredaig, alias Ui Onchon O'Garvey Tulach Ua Felmedha, aka Tullowphelim, became the namesake for the parish of Tullow. Rathvilly, Co. Carlow Uí Ceinnselaig
Sil Chormaic (Clann Cormaic ) Cormaicc m. Nath Í m. Crimthaind m. Énnai Ceinselaig River Slaney basin in County Wexford, the MacMurrough royal demesne around Ferns, as well as the barony of Scarawalsh. Uí Ceinnselaig Cuthraighe, Ua Trena, Ui Cruinn or Ui Cuinn, Ua Gabla Fine and Ua Gabla Roireann
Sil Máeluidir Ua hArtghaile (Hartley) Ó Foirtcheirn (FORTUNE, FORTIN), Ó Laidhgnen (LYNAN,LYNAGH'LEEGYAN'), (both Ui Deagha), Ó Cuilen (Cullen) The Baronies of Shelmalier in county Wexford Uí Cheinnselaig Ui Deagha, Ferann na Cenél
Uí Fergusa Uí Ceinnselaig
Clann Guaire Uí Ceinnselaig
Clann Fiachu meic Ailella Uí Ceinnselaig
Uí Muiredaig Descend from Ughaire, a King of Leinster (died 956), Muiredaig m. Murchada m. Bráen (d. 693) Ua Tuathail (O'Toole) Ua Lorcáin The baronies of Kilkea and Moone, Narragh with Reban East and West, and parts of Connell, in co. Kildare, plus the plus west half of Uí Mail, in co. Wicklow. Uí Dúnlainge
Uí Dúnchada Gillai Mo Cholmóc m. Cellaich m. Dúnchada m. Lorccáin m. Fáeláin m. Muiredaig m. Bróen m. Fáeláin m. Cellaich m. Dúnchada m. Murchada. Mac Gilla Mo-Cholmóg (FitzDermot or COLEMAN) Ó Duibhghin (Dugan), Ó Tadhgain (TEAGAN, TEEGAN), The land between the river Liffey and the 'Dublin' mountains. Uí Dúnlainge
Uí Fáeláin Fáeláin m. Murchada m. Find m. Máel Mórda m. Muirecain m. Diarmata m. Rhuadri m. Fáeláin m. Murchada m. Bráen Ó Broin (O'Byrne) MacEochaidh (MacKeogh) Crioch Bhranach, and included the barony of Newcastle with parts of the baronies of Ballinacor and Arklow. Uí Dúnlainge
Uí Fergusa Fergus son of Dúnlang, son of Enna Nia, son of Bressal Bélach, son of Fiachu Baicced, son of Cathir Mor. Their traditional territory immediately west of Dublin prior to the arrival of the Vikings, other sources give their territory between the river Liffey and Fir Cualand Uí Dúnlainge
Uí Briúin Cualand Brian, son of Enna Nia, son of Bressal Bélach, son of Fiachu Baicced, son of Cathir Mor. Ó Coscrach (Cosgrave, or Cosgrove) Baronies of Ballinacor North and Rathdown, in co. Wick., and the south half of the barony of Rathdown, in co. Dublin. Dál Niad Cuirp
Uí Máeli Tuile Fiachu Ba h-Aiccid, a son of Cathaír Már Dál Niad Cuirp
Uí Bairrche Dáire Barraig m. Cathaír Máir Mac Gormain (GORMAN) Mic Raith (MacGRATH), Ó Tresaigh (TRACY, TRASSY, TRACIE), Ó Duibhin (Duffin) Lord of Bargy at Slievemargy, Laois Dál Niad Cuirp Uí Bairrch Maige hAilbe (Carlow), Uí Bairrche of Mag Argetrois, Uí Bairrche Maige Indergraith (Uí Chritain) & Uí Bairrche Tíre (Uí Dimmatain), Uí Bairrche Magh dá chonn
Uí Bairrch Maige hAilbe Mostly from Eochu Guinech ...Dáire Barraig m. Cathaír Máir Úi Briccne, Úi Cellaig, Úi Scatháin, Úi Cutlacháin, Úi Máeláin ("Mullen, Moylan"), Úi Dobágu, Úi Fólachtáin, Úi Chommáin (Comane), Úi Gobbáin (Gowan), Úi Nárbotha, Síl Saichtha, Úi Canáin (Cannan?), Úi Conamla, Úi Crítáin, Úi Drescáin (or Úi Treascáin),Úi Émíne, Úi Pecclíne, Úi Taidc (Teige), Úi Bóeth (see Úi Meic Barddíne), Úi Brandubáin (Braniff), Úi Brénaind (Brennan?), Úi Briúin Baronies of Slievemargy in Co. Laois, parts of Idrone in Co. Carlow, and Kilkee and Moone in Co. Kildare) Dál Niad Cuirp Úi Cellaig (Or Úi Ellaig)
Uí Bairrche Mag Argetrois Dáire Barraig m. Cathaír Máir The ancient name of Ballyragget in Kilkenny was Dún Tulach Uí mBairrche (Tullabarry/Tulacbarry) Dál Niad Cuirp Clann Síláin (amongst the Osraighe)
Uí Bairrche Magh dá chonn Dáire Barraig m. Cathaír Máir Úi Fétháin Ui Cearnaigh i Muigh Dha Chonn (O’Carny, O’Kearney) Moyacom of East Carlow Dál Niad Cuirp
Uí Bairrche Maige Dergráith Dáire Barraig m. Cathaír Máir Úi Amsáin, Úi Crítáin, Úi Bodbáin, Úi Brócáin (O’Brogan), Úi Buidechair Dál Niad Cuirp Síl Cillíne Scothbán
Uí Bairrche Tíre Mostly from Féicc....Dáire Barraig m. Cathaír Máir Uí Treasaigh Úi Dímatáin, Úi Mincháin, Síl Rossa mc Muiredaig, Úi Senáin, Úi Móenaig (Mooney), Úi Rónáin (Ronane or Royane), Úi Cuilíne (Cullen) dia fail Diarmait Glinni Uissen, Síol Cumaine (Cummin), Úi Cutlacháin dia fail Diarmait Glinni Uissen, Úi Dobágu, Úi Móenacháin (Mangan), Ui Nialláin (Nealon) The barony of Bargy Dál Niad Cuirp
Uí Crimthainn Áin Crimthaind Áin m. Cathaír Máir O'Duff Dún Masc (the rock of Dunamase) Dál Niad Cuirp
Uí Failge Donnchad mc Con Faifne m. Murchertaig m. Congalaig m. Duind Slébi m. Brógarbáin m. Conchobuir m. Find m. Máel Mórdae m. Conchobuir m. Flannacáin m. Cináeda m. Mugróin m. Óengussa m. Flaind m. Díumasaig m. Forannáin m. Congalaig m. Máel h-Umae m. Cathail m. Éogain Bruidne m. Nath Í m. Rossa Failgi m. Cathaír Máir. Ua Conchobair Failghe (O'Connor Faly) O Caomhanaigh, O Tuathalaigh, O Branaigh, Mac Giolla Phadraig, O Duinn, O Diomasaigh, O Duibhidhir, muinntear Riain, Mac an Chrosain (MacCROSSAN), Ó hEimhin (HEAVEN EVANS, EVINS, HEAVAN), Ó hUidhrin (HEERIN, HEERAN, HEERANE, HEFFRON, HERANE, HEVERIN, HYRANE), Ó Reachtabra (RAFTER RAFFTER, RAFTERY, RAFTIS, RAGHTORE, WRAFTER), Ó Seabhlain (HEVLIN, SHOVELIN, TEVLIN), Mac Spealáin (SPILLANE, SMOLLEN, SPALANE, SPELLAN, SPELMAN), Ó hAimhergin (ERGIN, BERRIGAN, BERGAN, HAMERGIN), Ó Breacain (BRACKEN), Ó Conarain (CONDRON, CONDRAN, CONDRIN, CONERAN, CONORAN), MacConnla (CONLEY CONLY, CONNLA), The territory of Ui Failghe or Ophaley comprised the following Baronies: Geshill in the King's Co.; Upper and Lower Philipstown in the King's Co.; Warrenstown and Collestown in the same County; Ophaley or Offaley in the Co. of Kildare; Portnahinch and Tinahinch in the Queen's County. Dál Niad Cuirp Uí Riagáin (O'Regan and O'Dunne), and the Clann Máellugra (O'Dempsey), Maigh Aoife, Uí Mealla, Clann Mugróin, Uí Bercháin, Uí Nialláin, Uí Berraide, Cenel Aitheamháin, Uí Flaind, Uí Chormaic, Uí Móenaig, Uí Berraidi, Uí Airmedaig, Uí Máele Topair, Uí Chuilíne, Uí Máel Aithgén, Uí Maine, Uí Onchon
Uí Riagáin Cerball & Mac Tíre dá m. Con Bladma m. Con Allaid m. Fidallaid m. Duinn m. Duibgilla m. Máel Finne m. Riagáin m. Cináeda m. Mugróin m. Flaind. Ó Riagain (O'Regan and O'Dunne) The barony of Tinnahich, the most northern barony of Co Leix (Laois) Uí Fáilghe
Clann Máellugra aka Cenél Maoilughra, Clanmalier Flann m. Máel Ruanaid m. Cellaich m. Máel Augra m. Conchobuir m. Áeda m. Tomaltaich m. Flaind m. Díumasaich m. Congaile m. Forannáin m. Congaile m. Máel h-Umai m. Cathail m. Bruidge m. Nath Í m. Rosa Failgi. Ua Díomasaigh (Dempsey) Ó Bearghda (BARRY, BEARY), Ó Maoil Eimhin (MULLAVIN MALLAVIN, MacLAVIN, MULLEVANE, MULLEVEN, MULLIVANE, Ó Coinin (CONINE, CUNEEN, KINANE, KINNEEN) Barony of Upper Philipstown in the King's County and the Barony of Portnahinch in the Queen's County. Uí Failge
Clann Colgcan (Clann Cholgaín) Domnall Úa Óengusa m. Áeda m. Uallacháin m. Taidgc m. Uallacháin m. Taidgc m. Domnaill m. Óengusa m. Cummascaig m. Colgcan m. Mugróin m. Flaind Dá Chongal m. Díumasaich m. Forannáin m. Congaile m. Máel h-Umai m. Cathail [m. Éogain] m. Bruidge m. Nath Í m. Rosa Failgi m. Cathaír Máir. Ua hAonghusa (O'Hennessy) Ua hUallachain (O'Holohan or O'Houlihan), Uí Rotaidi, Uí Muricáin, Uí Bróen, Uí Cholgan, Ó Mael Eidigh (MULEADY, MALADY, MALLEW, MELODY, MILEY, MILLEA), Ó Maolagain (MULLIGAN, MILLICAN, MILLIKAN, MILLIKEN), Mac Cochlainn (COLGAN) Barony of Lower Philipstown, Co. Offaly Uí Failge O'Hennessy of Gailenga Bec, and of Uí Mac Uais
Ui Mealla Rosa Failgi m. Cathaír Máir. Ó Finnthighearn (FINNERAN, FANARAN) Uisneach, now in Galway and Roscommon Uí Failge
Maigh Aoife Rosa Failgi m. Cathaír Máir. Ó Moenaigh (MOONEY, MAINEY, MEONA,, MOONY), Ó Mughron (MORAN, MORAINE, MORANE, MOREN, MORRIN, MORYNE, MOURANE, MURRAN), Ó Muireagain (MORGAN MORRIGAN, MURCAN, MURGAN, MERRIGAN) Parsons of Ballymooney, Geasehill, Offaly Uí Failge
Uí Enechglaiss Dúnlang m. Fiachrach m. Fínnsnechtae m. Cináeda m. Cathail m. Fiachrach m. Dúnchada m. Dúnlaing m. Dúngalaig m. Thuamín m. Máel Doborchon m. Dícolla m. Éogain [m. Beraig] m. Muiredaig m. Amalgada m. Nath Í m. Bressail Enechglais (a quo Uí Enechglais) m. Cathaír Máir. Ua Fiachrach (O'Feary, FEERY, FEIGHRY, FEHERY, FEEREY, HUNT) South of Arklow in County Wicklow Dál Niad Cuirp Uí Inmiti, Uí Aithemon Mestige, Cenél Lugair Fatha h-uir dia tát Uí Cruchtáin, Síl Fuamnaige .i. Uí Toísecháin ó Druim Laígill; Síl Duib Damruis Uí Gobbáin & Uí Muirbetaig & Uí Dimbrogo Nuadat
Uí Drona Labraid Laidech, son of Bressal Bélach, son of Fiachu Baicced, son of Cathair Mór Ó Riain (RYAN, ROYNE, RYNE, RYANE) Ó Domhnaill (DONNELL, DANIEL, DANIELS), Ó Dubhgilla (DOYLE DOWALL, DOWILLA, DOYAL), Ó hEideain (HAYDEN HAYDAN, HAYDON, HEADON, HEDANE, HEDIAN, HEYDON) Baronies of Idrone East and West in county Carlow Dál Niad Cuirp Ui Drona Laighin
Uí Cheithig aka Uí Ceataigh Cathair Mór's son Ailill Cétach (Céthech) Ó Ceatfadha (KEATY, KEATHY) Baronies of Ikeathy and Oughterany in northern Co. Kildare (Cenel n-Ucha and Uachtar Fine,respectively). Crích na Cétach: baronies of Warrenstown, co. Offaly and neighboring Upper Moyfenrath, co. Meath. Dál Niad Cuirp Cenél Ucha comprised the Uí Fithcellaigh, Uí Maili Derir, Uí Bóetain, Uí Broscai and Uí Folaing., Uí Mainchin of Tír Cenél nUcha, Ui Faebrannáin Uachtair Fine (of Ui Fine), Cilline mór, son of Coirpre, ancestor of the Ua Meimre and the Ui Foebraind of Uachtar Fine
Cinel Uchae Ó Coscrach (COSGRAVE, COSGROVE, COSKRY, CUSKER,), Ó Beaghain (BEHAN, BEAGHAN, BEAN, BEEGAN, BEGGANE, BEHANE, BIGANE, BIGGANE,BIGGINS, LITTLE), Ó Cobthach (COFFEY COFFEE, COFFIE, COFFY, COWEY, COWHEY, COWHIG), Mac Fhogartach (GOGARTY, GOGERTY, GOGGARTY) Baronies of Ikeathy and Oughterany in northern Co. Kildare (Cenel n-Ucha and Uachtar Fine,respectively). Crích na Cétach: baronies of Warrenstown, co. Offaly and neighboring Upper Moyfenrath, co. Meath. Dál Niad Cuirp Uí Fithcellaigh, Uí Maili Derir, Uí Bóetain, Uí Broscai and Uí Folaing., Uí Mainchin of Tír Cenél nUcha (Clann Manchine at the Liffey)
Uí Dergmosaich h-ic Áth Chliath Dergmosach m. Cathaír Már Áth Chliath Dál Niad Cuirp
Uí Luascán Fergus Luascán m. Cathaír Már Dál Niad Cuirp
Uí Timmíne Eochu Timmíne m. Cathaír Már Dál Niad Cuirp Uí Báetáin, Uí Buide
Uí Máil Maine Máil m. Feidelmid Fir Aurglais m. Corbmaic Gelta Gáeth m. Niad Cuirb (Nia Corb) m. Con Corb (Cu Chorb) Uí Ceallaig Cuallan (O'Kelly of the Dublin/Wicklow hills) Uí Theig or Ó Taidhg (O'Tighe), The Glen of Imaal, Co. Wicklow Dál Niad Cuirp
Uí Deaghaidh Labraid Laidech, son of Bressal Bélach, son of Fiachu Baicced, son of Cathair Mór Ó hAedha (Ó Hea,O'Hay or Hughes) Limerick Hill (Luimnech) in north County Wexford, barony of Gorey Dál Niad Cuirp Uí Dega Tamhnaige (of Dál Birn) of north Ossory and the Uí Dega Bic (desc. from Daig Bec m. Labrada) of Offaly
Dál Cormaic Luisc Corbmaic m. Con Corb (clan of Cormac Losc) Located in the southernmost barony of County Kildare, that is the barony of Kilkea and Moone. Laighin Uí Labrada, Uí Gabla Fini, Uí Gabla Roírenn, Uí Buide, Uí Dega Bic .i. Uí Muiredaig, Uí Chuilind, Uí Labrada Cuthraige .i. Síl Fergusa Cuthig, Uí Chuircc, Uí Librén, Uí Ochrai.
Uí Buide Echthigern m. Donngusa m. Mencossaig m. Máelgairb m. h-Uargusa m. Buide (a quo Uí Buide) m. Laidcnén m. Cuimmíne m. Colmáin Elténe m. Blaithmeic m. Áeda Indén m. Cathbad m. Labrada m. Imchada m. Cormaic m. Con Corb. Ó Caollaidhe (Queally, O'Kealy or O'Kelly) Barony of Ballyadams, County Leix. East Kilkenny; and at Ballykealey, Carlow. Dál Cormaic Luisc
Uí Labrada Sinchell m. Cenannáin m. Macha mc Cruaich m. Dulge m. Imchada m. Brolaich m. Lugdach m. Labrada m. Imchada m. Corbmaic m. Con Corb Cuthraighe (Ui Cormaic Laighen) Dál Cormaic Luisc Uí Labrada Cuthraige .i. Síl Fergusa Cuthig, Uí Chuircc, Uí Librén, Uí Ochrai
Uí Gabla Sinchell m. Cenannáin m. Macha mc Cruaich m. Dulge m. Imchada m. Brolaich m. Lugdach m. Labrada m. Imchada m. Corbmaic m. Con Corb Cuthraighe? (Ui Cormaic Laighen) Barony of North Salt in northern County Kildare & Roíriu (now Mullaghreelion) a few miles south of Athy in south Kildare, respectively Dál Cormaic Luisc Uí Gabla Fine & Uí Gabla Roírenn
Dál Messin Corb (Ui Meisincorp) Mesin Corb mc Con Corbb Ua Feghaile (O'Farrelly, Uí Garrchon) Wicklow mountains, to north of Arklow in county Wicklow. Originally, Liffey plain. Dál Messin Corb Uí Garrchon, Uí Con Corbb, Uí Con Cainnig, Uí Chúáin, Uí Alténi, Uí Doccomláin, Uí Bróccáin, Uí Garbáin, Uí Chon Galand, Uí Bróccéni, Cenél Ciaráin & Uí Techtaire, Uí Meic Aird Maigne & Uí Moínaig & Uí Conndoith & Uí Feichíne & Uí Cáechtangéni, Uí Noíthig & Uí Follomuin & Uí Forandlo, Uí Dímmae Cirr & Uí Congnaid, Uí Dubchróin & Uí Beraich, Uí Donnáin & Uí Sáráin
Uí Garrchon Domnall m. Fergaile m. Flaithnia m. Máel Kalland m. Gormáin m. Fáebuirdatha m. Dúngaili m. Cethernaig m. Fáeburdatha m. Dúngaile m. Cethernaig m. Fáebuirdatha m. Marcáin m. Cillíne m. Rónáin m. Sinill m. Conaill m. Con Chongalt m. Finnchada m. Garrchon m. Fothaid m. n-Echach Lámdeirg m. Mesin Corb mc Con Corbb. Ua Feghaile (O'Farrelly) Ó Corra (CORR, CARRY, CARR), Ó Guaire (GORRY, GORY, GORE, GORRIE), Ó Lionnain (LENNON, LANNING, LEENAN, LENAN, LENANE, LENNANE), Kings of Fortuath Laigin at Bray, Wicklow. Dál Messin Corb (Ui Meisincorp) Ui Saráin (Chimbeada), Ui Brain Deilgine, Ui Cholmain Fordobuil
Dal Cairbre Aradh (Dál Coirpri Aradh) Cliach Mál mac Arbhara...Flaithbertach m. Crunnmaíl m. Commáin m. Fínáin m. Fhaigir m. Eirníne m. Féicc m. Meic Ieir m. Gossa m. Fabrich m. Máil m. Ainmerech m. Fir Roith m. Muine m. Fir Neud m. Fir Lugdach m. Buain m. Argatibair m. Cairpre Cluichechair mc Con Corb & Eithne Sithbaicce ingen side Óengusa Múisc Ó hIarlaith (HERLIHY, HARLEY, HURLEY), Ó Geibhennach (GIVNEY, COVENEY, GEANY, GEVENEY, GIBNEY, GUINAN, GUINEA, KEVENEY), Ó Cathalain (, Ó Cadhla (KEILY, KEALY, KEELY, KIELY), Ó Longaidh (LONG, LONGY), Mac Muirnigh (MURNEY, MORNIE, MORNEY), Mac Bearthagra (BERKERY BARAGRY, BARGARY, BARRAGRY, BERACHRY, BERKERRY) Ara Chliach was centered east of the city of Limerick, perhaps in or near the baronies of Clanwilliam and Coonagh in northeastern county Limerick. Dál Cairpre Cluichechair Uaithne Cliach, Uí Cuanaigh (MacMuirnigh, Ó Longaidh)
Dal Cairbre Aradh Tíre Finnchaidh, son of Ferroith...Connaid m. Máeli Doburchon m. Lóchéne m. Demle m. Lommáin m. Cuirc m. Findchada m. h-Írchada m. Fir Roith m. Fir Nuad m. Buain m. Airgetbrain m. Cairpri Cluichechair m. Con Corb unum genus est & Dál Cairpri Arad Tíre. Ó Riada (REIDY, REEDY, REDDY, READY -W. Tipp.), Ó Donnagain (DONEGAN, DONNEGAN, DONNEGANE, DOONICAN, DOONIGAN, DUNICAN, DUNNIGAN) Ó Murnain (MURNANE, MARRINANE, MARNANE, WARREN-W. Tipp.), Ó hAinmhireach (HANBERRY, HANNEBERRY, HANBURY, HAMERY, ANSBORO-W. Tipp.), Ó Bodhran (BURRANE, BORAN -W.Tipp), Ó Danchair (DANAHER, DANAGHER), Ó Dubh Dabharc (DURACK, DOORICK -W.Tipp Uaithne Tíre), Ó Loingsigh (LYNCH LYNCHY, LENCH,LENCHY) Co. Tipperary (Aradh Tíre was located in northern Tipperary, within the half barony of Ara (and Owney) or the northern half of the barony of Owney and Ara.) Dál Cairpre Cluichechair Uaithne Tíre
Dál Coirpri Cliach (Dál Coirpri Loingsic Beic) Lughaidh Corb from,..Cairpre Cluichechair mc Con Corb & Eithne Sithbaicce ingen side Óengusa Múisc Barony of Idrone in Co. Carlow (in Leinster). Dál Cairpre Cluichechair Dál Coirpri Loingsic
Dál Coirpri Loingsic Coirpri Musc the poet, who received the land of Tír nAmhais from Aongus Musc. ...Lughaidh Corb from,..Cairpre Cluichechair mc Con Corb & Eithne Sithbaicce ingen side Óengusa Múisc Munster Dál Coirpri in Ara Cliach (Dál Coirpri Loingsic Beic)
Uí nEirc (Ui Maic Eirce) Tuthal son of Muirithe, son of Maoltuile, son of Cuan, son of Conall, son of Grilline, son of Maoltuile son of Cuan, son of Conall, son of Grilline, son of Mac Eirc (a quo Ui Maic Eirce), son of Ailill Cennfada, son of Erc, son of Cairbre eabha, son of Brian, son of Fiacha Fidhgheinte (a quo Ui Fidhgeinte) Ó Bruadar (BRODER, BRODERICK, BROTHERS) Mac Braoin (BREEN, MacBREEN, BRUEN, BRUYN, BRYAN) Osraighe Na Clanna (Mac Braoin)
Uí Duach Ó Braonain (BRENNAN, BRANNAN, BRANNON) Airgetros in Maigib Raigne, Fassadinin, Idough barony, Kilkenny. Osraighe Clann Amhlaibh (Clan Awly of Ui Duach), Clann mic Conill, Clann c. mhic Kelowe, alias Clann mhic Gillenanaomh & Clann Muirchertaigh
Ui Berchon (Ui Bearrchon) Iachtchair, a descendant of Aengus Osrithe Ó Callaidhe (O'Kelly, O'Kealy, O'Coely) Old barony of Ibercon, forming the northern portion of the more modern barony of Ida (O'Donovan), in southeast Co. Kilkenny Osraighe
Ui Cruinn (Uí Crinn, Uí Grine) Medieval 'barony' of Igrin [modern barony of Ida], in southeast Co. Kilkenny Dál Chormaic
Uí Fairchelláin Ua hÚrachán (O'Horahan) Parish of Offerlane, Co. Leix Osraighe
Úi Scelláin Scellan, who was sixth in descent from Aengus Osrithe Ó Sceallain (SCALLEN, SKALLEN, SKELLAN, SKELTON) Hui Scellain was in Sliabh Mairge, the mountain district which, extending into Kilkenny from Carlow and Queen's County, embraced the Castlewarren, Johnswell, and Kilmogar hills, in the north of the Barony of Gowran Osraighe
Tuath-an-Toraidh Ua Dubhsláine (DELANEY,DELANE, DELANY, DULANE, DULANEY, O'Delany or O'Dulany ) Coill Uachtarach, barony of Upper Woods, Co. Leix Osraighe
Úi Geintich Ua Donnachadha (Dunphy, O'Donochowe, O'Dunaghy, O'Donoghue, Donohoe, Donagh) Ogenty [Ui-Geintigh, and Tir-Ua-nGentigh], Barony of Gowran, Co. Kilkenny. Osraighe, [Mag Máil]
Fothairt in Chairn aka Fothar Tíre Sétna, the son of Artt Cerp, son of Cairbre Niad, son of Cormac Már, son of Óengus Mend, son of Eochaid Find Fuath n-Airtt, son of Feidhlimidh Reachtmhar, son of Tuathal Teachtmhar Ó Lorcain (LARKIN, LARKAN, LARKEN, LARCOM, LARKING, LERKIN,) Barony of Forth, Co. Wexford Fotharta Fothairt Fili, Fothairt Tuile, Fothairt Maige Ítha (7 Aicme (tribes), viz., Ui Deaga, Ui Setna, Ui Dimai, Ui Eircc, Ui Chormaic, Ui Niath and Ui Duirrtheacht. ), Fothairt Imchlár oc Ard Macha & Fothairt Bile.
Fothairt Feadh aka Fotharta Osnadhaigh Dub Indrecht m. Fergusa m. Moínaig m. Fínáin m. Rónáin m. Echach m. Báeth m. Nannida m. Féicc m. Ier m. Cathbath m. Adnaich (a quo Fothairt) m. Airt Chirp m. m. Coirpri Niad, in descent from Cormac Már m. Óengusa Mind m. Eochaid Find Fuath n-Airtt m. Feidelmid Rechtada m. Thuathail Techtmair Ó Nuallain (NOLAN, KNOWLAN- Laeghis) Ó Bolguidhir (BOLGER, BULGER), Ó Cobthach (COFFEY, COFFEE, COFFIE), Ó Luinin (Lineen), Barony of Forth, Co. Carlow Fotharta Fothairt Airthir Liphi, Fotharta Airbrech fri Brí Ele aniar, and Fotharta Fer Cúl, Fothar Breg; alias Fothar Mac nDeichill of Bregia.
Beann Traidhe Cillíne m. Dochartaich m. Eóin m. Feromuin m. Aildíne m. Oirenn m. Mágach m. Cellaich Croto m. Nechta m. Lugna m. Inomuin m. Benta a quo Bentraige nominantur nó Benta filius Conchobuir m. Nessa ut alii dicunt m. Máil m. Formáil m. Sírnae m. Forich m. Rochada m. Clothnai m. Coirbb m. Sethrann m. Loga m. Cethnenn. Ó Coigligh (O'Coskry, COGLEY, KEGLEY) Clann Cosgraigh (O'Coskry, Cosgry, Coskerry, Cosgrave) Ó Beice (BECK, BEAKY, BAKEY ), Ó Bogaigh (BUGGY BUGGEY, BOGGY), Ó Cluainaigh (CLOONEY, CLONEY) Cruithin
Laeghis Fachtna m. Milige a quo Baccán m. Brain m. Eircc h-Ubulchind m. Feidelmid mc Findchada m. Fiachach Uanchind m. Dáire m. Rossa m. Ogomain m. Fergusa Múlcheist m. Fachtna m. Milige m. Intait m. Lugdach Loíchsi m. Conaill Cernaich. Ó Mordha (O'MORE, MOORE) Mac Gaethin (GAHAN, MacGEEHAN, MAGEEHAN), Mac Ceadach (KEADY, KEADIE, KEDDY, KEEDIE, KEEDY, MACKEADY), Ó Leathlobhar (LALOR, LAWLOR), Ó hArraghain (HARRIGAN, HARAGHAN, HARAHAN), Ó Liathain, Mac Laoidhigh (LEE, MacLEA, MacLEE), Ó Suaird (SWORDS SORD, SOURDES, SUARD), Ó Broithe (BROPHY, BROFIE), Ó Casain (CASHIN, KISSANE), Ó Deoradhain (DORAN, DORRIAN), Ó Dunlaing (DOWLING), Ó Duibhgainn (Deegan), Co. Laois Laeghis
Cinel Crimthann Ó Duibh (DUFF, DUFFY) Ó Dubhuidhe (Deevy or Devoy), Ó hIndreadhain (HOURIHAN) Ballyduff, Stradbally, Co. Laois. Lord of Creamhthainn (i.e. Maryborough) Laeghis Ui Crimthainn Áin (O'Devoy)
Ui Mic Uais Breagh aka Muintir Fhiodhbhuide Mac Fhiodh bhuidhe (McEvoy) Ó hIffernain (HEFFERNAN, HIFFERNANE) Mountrath, Co. Laois Laeghis Clan Crecain (Ó hIffernain)
Ui Meith Macha alias Ui-Meith Tire Imar m. Muircertaich m. Duibdarac m. Scannlain m. Indrachtaich m. Gairbid m. Ainbeith m. Mailbrigti m. Duibinnracht m. Taidg m. Innreachtaich m. Muiredaich m. Mailimuchair m. Scannlain m. Fingin m. Aedha m. Fiachrach m. Fiachrach m. Eogain m. Briuin m. Muiredaic Meith (a quo H. Meith) m. Imcadha m. Colla Da Crich m. Eachach Doimlen. Ó hInnreachtaigh (O'Hanratty) Ó hAinfeith (HANVEY, HANNAY, HANNEY), Ó Mael Brigdhe (MULREADY, MULBREEDY, MULBRIDE, MULREEDY, MURREADY, MULREDDY), Ó Gairbith (GARVEY), Ó hUarghuis (HORISH,HORISKY, HOURISKEY, WHORISKEY, WATERS, CALDWELL), Ó Beice (BECK, BEAKY, BAKEY), Ó Mearain (MARRON MARRAN, MARRANE, MARREN, MEARN), Ó Smollain (SMOLLEN,SMULLEN), Barony of Monaghan, in the County of Monaghan Síl Colla Focrích Ui-Seaain (Ó hAinfeith), Ui-Meath-Mara [Omeath]
Fernmag, or Fer Fernmaighe [Farney] Lethlobor m. Fogartaig m. Muiredaig m. Laidgnen m. Fogartaig m. Donnacain m. Fogartaig m. Ruadrach m. Mailfothardaig m. Arthraich m. Aithechda m. Mailduib m. Mailfothardaig m. Cronain m. Fergusa m. Nadsluaig m. Daim argait m. Echach m. Cremthaind Leith m. Feicc m. Dega Duirn m. Rochatha m. Colla Fochrich m. Echdach Doimlen. Ó Ciaráin (O'Kieran) Uí Chríochain (O'Creehan, CREHAN, CREIGHTON, CRICHTON, Uí Lorcáin, Mac Cuilinn (MacQUILLAN), Ó Donnagan (DONEGAN, DONNEGAN, DONNEGANE), Ó Merligh (MARLEY, MARLIE), Ó Daimhin (DEVINE, DEVANE, DEVIN), Ó Dubhruis (DOORISH, DORISH, DORIS, DOURISH), Ó Feadagain (FEDEGAN FADDIGAN, FEDDIGAN), Ó Callada (KELLEDY KALLADIE, KEELEDIE, KELEEDY), Ó Leanain (Leynan), Ó Luain (ÓLOAN, LOON, LUAN, LAMB), Ó Maoilfhinn (MALINN MALLIN, MALYNN, MILLYNN, MULLIN), Ó Marcaigh (MARKEY MARKAY, RIDER, RYDER), Mac Uaid (MacQUAID MacQUADE), Ó Reannachain (RENEHAN RENAGHAN, RENIGHANE, RONAGHAN), Mac Ruari (RORY MacGRORY, MacRURY), Mac Sceachain (SKEHAN SKEEHAN, THORNTON), Mac Soilligh (SOLLY, SOLLEY, SOLEY, SULLY), Ó Tuathail (Toal), Ó Tomaltach (TUMELTY, TOMALTY), Mac Cuairt (MacCOURT, COURTNEY), Mac Raghiallaigh (CRILLY, CROLY, CROLLY), Barony of Farney, Co. Monaghan. Cenél Rochada, Síl Colla Focrích
Clann Lugainn Lugain, son of Irgalach, son of Eignich, son of Cormac, son of Fergus, son of Aed, son of Cormac, son of Cairpre Dam Argait. Daim Argait (Corpri) son of Echach son of Cremthaind Leith son of Feicc son of Dega Duirn son of Rochatha son of Colla Fochríth Mag Uidhir (Maguire) Meicc h-Uidir Ó hEgneach (HEANY, BIRD, HEENY, HEGNEY, HIGNY), Ó Dubhdhara (DARRAGH, DARRA, DARROUGH, OAKS), Mac Maghnuis (McManus), Mac Gafraidh (MacCaffrey, Godfrey), Mac Gothraidh (MacCORRY MacGORRY, GODFREY, GOHERY, GOFFREY ), MacAmhlaimh (MacAuley), Mac Asidha (Cassidy), Mac Gilla Uidhir (MacALEAR, MacELEER), Mac Carmaic (MacCORMACK), Mac Aodh (MacGEE, GEE, MAGEE), Mac Ailghile (LILLY CALILLY, LELY, LILLIE, MacALILLY, MacALYLY), Mac Lochlainn (LOUGHLIN MacLACHLAN), MacMurchadha (MacMORROW, Murrow -Clann Aodh), Mac Giolla Iosa (MacALEESE GILEECE, MacLEECE), Mac Con Uladh (MacANALLY, COWLEY, CULLOO), Mac Braoin (BREEN, MacBREEN), Co. Fermanagh Síl Daim Argait (Uí Cremthainn)
Muintir Pheodachain (or Muintir Feodachain) Cormac, son of Cairpre Dam Argait Mac Giolla Finnein (MacALINION, GILLEEN, GLENDON, LEONARD) Síl Daim Argait (Uí Cremthainn)
Muintir Caeman Cormac, son of Cairpre Dam Argait Síl Daim Argait (Uí Cremthainn)
Clann Fergaile Cormac, son of Cairpre Dam Argait Ó Baoigheallain (BOYLAN, BOYLAND) Mac Giolla Coisgle (CUSKELLY, CUSKLEY, CUSKERY, MacCUSHELY, QUISKELLY, QUOSKLY), Síl Daim Argait (Uí Cremthainn)
Sil nDaimine Daimíne, son of Cairpre Dam Argait, son of Eocho, son of Crimthann Lethan, son of Fiacc, son of Daig Duirn, son of Rochaid, son of Colla Fochríth (da-Chrioch). O'Maolruanaidh (Mulrooney) Co. Fermanagh Síl Daim Argait, Uí Chremthaind
Síl Tuathail an Tuaiscirt aka Fir Leamhna Tuathal, son of Daimíne (a quo Síl Daimini), son of Cairpre Damargait, son of Echach, son of Crimthann, son of Fiacc, son of Daig Duirn, son of Rochaid, son of Colla Fochríth Ó Caomhain Clogher (Clochar mac nDaimin) in modern county Tyrone. Síl Daim Argait (Uí Cremthainn)
Clan Ceallaigh Daimine, son of Cairpre Dam Argait Mac Domhnaill (MacDONNELL) Ó Flanagain (Flanagan) Lord of Clankelly, Lisnaskea, Fermanagh Síl Daim Argait (Uí Cremthainn)
Clann Nadsluaigh Nadsluaigh, son of Cairpre Dam Argait, son of Eocho, son of Crimthann Lethan, son of Fiacc, son of Daig Duirn, son of Rochaid, son of Colla Fochríth (da-Chrioch) Mac Mathghamna (MacMAHON, MacMAHAN, MAGHAN) Mac Íomhar (MacGiver, KEEVER MacKEEVER, MACEVER, MACKEVER, KEVER), Mac Ardghail (MacARDLE, ARDALL, MacCARDLE, CARDWELL), Mac Bradaigh (Brady), Ó Cearbhail (CARROLL, CAROOL), Mac Pilib (MacPHILLIPS) Clones, Co. Monaghan Síl Daim Argait McMahon (MacArtghail, MacIomhar & MacPilib), O'Carroll (Mac Bradaigh).
Uí Briúin Archaille Brian son of Daig Duirn son of Rochaid son of Colla Fochríth Ua Tuamain Barony of Dungannon, co. Tyrone, which is located on the western side of Lough Neagh. Co. Fermanagh Síl Daim Argait (Uí Cremthainn)
Uí Labrada Co. Fermanagh Cenél Rochada
Dál n-Oaich Crimthann Oach, son of Fiacc, son of Daig Duirn, son of Rochaid, son of Colla Fochríth Co. Fermanagh Cenél Rochada
Uí Meic Brócc Echdach Amainsen, son of Crimthann, son of Fiacc, son of Daig Duirn, son of Rochaid, son of Colla Fochríth Co. Fermanagh Cenél Rochada
Úa Bresail Airthir [Orior] Buachalla m. Conchobuir Corraig m. Máel Dúin m. Fíngin m. Rónáin m. Tuathail m. Ailella m. Conaill m. Féicc m. Bressail m. Feidelmid m. Fiachrach Cassáin m. Collai Fochríth. Ó Céalecháin (KEALAGHAN, KEALAHAN, KEELAGHAN) Ó Cernachain (KERNAGHAN, KEARNAGHAN), Ó Madadhain (Madigan), Ó Tréinfhir (TRAINOR TRAINER, TRAYNER), Mac Acadain (MacCADDEN, CADIGAN, MacADAM, MacADAN), Ó Caisile (CASSILY CASHEL, CASLEY, CASSELL, CASSELY, CUSHLEY), Ó Dalachain (DULLAHAN, DALLAGHAN, DALLAHAN, DALLAN, DOLOGHAN), Northern Armagh Airthir, Síl Fiachra Cassán Clann Fermaighe (Mac Acadain), Muintir Caiseil
Úa Bresail Macha Cummascaig m. Conchobuir Chorraig m. Mailduin m. Finghin m. Ronain m. Thuathail m. Ailella m. Conaill m. Feicc m. Bressail m. Feidlimthe m. Fiachach m. Colla Fochrich. Ó Gairbith (GARVEY) Ó Gabhain (GOAN, SMITH, SMYTH), Ó Cairregain (KERRIGAN, CARRIGAN, CARAGHAN, CARAHAN), Northern Armagh Airthir
Uí Echdach alias Ui Eachach Orior Murcad m. Ruaidri m. Muiredaich m. Ailella m. Cumascaigh m. Echadon m. Ruadacan m. Cellaich m. Ruadrach m. Conmaeil m. Airmedaich m. Feradaich m. Amalga m. Aililla m. Echach m. Feidlimthe m. Fiachrach m. Colla Da Crich. Ó Ruadhacain (ROGAN, REDEGAN, ROHAGAN, ROOGAN, RODAGHAN) Ó Domhnaill (DONNELL ), Mag Labhradha (GLORY, GLORNEY, MAGLORY, MacGLORY, MacLAVERY, LAVERY, MacLOWRY), Ó hAileagain (HALLAHAN, HALLIGAN, HOLLEGANE, HOLLIGAN), Northern Armagh Airthir Síl Ciarain Ua nEchach, Clann-Ruadhagain
Uí Nialláin (Clan Cernaich) Nialláin m. Féicc m. Feidelmid m. Fiachrach Cassáin m. Collai Fochríth. Ua hAnluain (O'Hanlon) ÓLorcain (LARKIN, LORKING, LORCAN, LORCAYNE, LURKAN, LURKAYNE), Ó hUidhrin (Herane), Ó hAedhagain (HEGAN EAKIN, EAKEN,HAGAN), Ó Muanain (MOYNAN MONAN, MONANE, MONAYNE, MONYNE, MOONAN, MOYNE), Mac Riabhaigh (MacREEVY MacCREVEY, MacGREEVEY), Mac an tSionnaigh (TINNEY, MacASHEENY, MacATINNEY, ÓTINNEY, TINNY), Mac Gilla Fhiondain (MacALINDON), Ó Cearnaigh (CARNEY, CARNY), Mac Concaille (MacCONKEEL, MacENHILL, WOODS), Ó Foirredh (FUREY, FURY), Ó hEoir (HAIRE HAIR, HARE) The baronies of Oneilland East and West in modern county Armagh. Airthir
Uí Dorrthainn (alias Ui Dorthinn, Dorthaind, Dorethainn, Tortain) Dorthon, son of Fiacc, son of Feideilmid, son of Fiachra Cassán, son of Colla Fochríth Maelan Gae Mor O'Maelan (MULLAN, MULLEN, MULLIN) Brechmag, centered perhaps near Ardbraccan, 2 miles west of Navan, co. Meath Airthir
Uí Tréna Trian son of Feidhlimidh, son of Fiachra Cassan, son of Colla Da Crich. Co. Armagh Síl Fiachra Cassán Craebh Carthaind
Uí Eochada Fiachra Cassan, son of Colla Da Crich. Co. Armagh Síl Fiachra Cassán
Uí Cruind Fiachra Cassan, son of Colla Da Crich. Co. Armagh Síl Fiachra Cassán
Uí Maic Caírthinn alias Cenél Meic Cárthind Cairthand (a quo H. Mc. Carthaind), son of Eichin, son of Bec (ri Airgiall) m. Cuanach m. mc. Dairi mc. Feidhlimidh mc. Echin mc. Fiacrach Tort mc. Echach mc. Colla Uais Ó Cochlainn (COLGAN) Ó Conghaile (Connell),Ó Cein (KEENE, KEEN, KAIN, KANE), Mac Giolla Michill (MacMEEL MacGILMIHILL, MacGILMICHILL, MITCHELL) Lough Foyle, Tirkeeran, County Londonderry, Uí Meic Uais, Síl Colla Uais Clan Conghail (Mac Giolla Michill)
Uí Fiachrach Arda Srátha Crichain m. Cathasaich m. Mailcothaig m. Guairi m. Forannan m. Ainmerech m. Cormaic m. Dochairtaig m. Fiachach m. Eirc m. Eachach m. Colla Oss Ó Críochain (O'Crehan or Creighton) Ó hAedha (ÓHea), Ardstraw, Tyrone Uí Meic Uais, Síl Colla Uais
Ui Tuirtre Floind (otait Ui Loind) m. Muiredaig m. Indrachtaigh m. Reachtabrat m. Mailcraibhi m. Mailfotartaigh m. Suibni m. Furodran m. Bece m. Cuanach m. Dairi m. Feidhlimthe m. Fechin m. Fiacrach Tuirtri m. Eachach m. Colla Uais. Mac Fhloinn (O'Flynn or O'Lynn) Ó Foirbhithe (FURPHY, FURFIE, FURPHEY, FURVEY), Ó hUid (HOOD HOUD, HUDE, MacHOOD, MAHOOD, ÓHOUD), Ó Maelruanaidh (MULROONEY, MULRONEY, MURRONY), Ó Domhnaillain (DONNELLAN, DONELAN), West of Lough Neagh (in modern County Tyrone), as well as northwest of the great Lough in the modern barony of Loughinsholin, County Londonderry. Uí Meic Uais, Síl Colla Uais
Uí Mac Uais Mide Colla Uais. Ua Comhraidhe (O'Curry) Moygoish barony, co. Westmeath) Uí Meic Uais, Síl Colla Uais
Uí Mac Uais Breg Colla Uais. ÓhInnascaigh (Ennis) Ó Minnegain (MINNEGAN, MINNICAN), Ó Cormaidhe (CORMIE CORMY, CORMEY, COOMIE, CUMEY), Ó Dubheoin (DEVINE, DEVANE, DEVIN), Upper Kells/Lower Navan baronies, co. Meath Uí Meic Uais, Síl Colla Uais
Cenel mBecce Suibni (a quo Cenel mBece) mc. Mailodrain mc. Suibne mc. Bec mc. Cuanach mc. Dairi mc. Feidhlimidh mc. Echin mc. Fiacrach Tort mc. Echach mc. Colla Uais Síl Colla Uais
Uí Dáire Síl Colla Uais
Uí Cormaic Brion, son of Echach, son of Colla Uais Síl Colla Uais

References[edit]

  • Ireland's History in Maps - Tuath and Territory Index
  • Ireland's HIstory in Maps - the Northern Ui Neill
  • T.H. Mullin and J.E. Mullin (1966). "The Ulster Clans", North-West Books
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