Sarsfields (@1.57) vs Cathaoir an Ri (@2.62)

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

The rest of the surviving Norse and Duinns recovered, and attacked again -with results of of the killing of King Roen of Meath. When attacked at the battle of Leckblaw (near Fore in the County of Meath) ODuinn and Sitric - Mahon was joined with Roen McLaughlin (King of Meath). Duinn (k. Donnchad, son of Donn (Duinn) and others were slaughtered. Breagh) and Sitric (k.Dublin) at first were defeated.

It contained the whole of Ely O'Carroll, which belonged originally to Munster, but is now assigned to King's County, and contains the baronies of Clonlisk and Ballybritt; in it wer also included the baronies of Ikerrin and Eliogarty, now in the county of Tipperary. See Leabhar na gCeart, pp. Lords to whom the nut-trees bend,Are the Muintir-Cearbhaill757 757. It was derived from Eile, the seventh in descent from Cian, son of Oiliol Olum, king of Munster, in the third century. Muinter Cearbhaill, i.e., the family of O'Cearbhaill, now anglicised O'Carroll, and more frequently Carroll wtihout the prefix O'. of Biorra's plain,758 758. Biorra's plain, i.e., the level district lying around Birr, now Parsonstown, in the King's County.King of Eile759 to sweet Bladhma, 759. The other portions of the original Ely, such as Ikerrin and Eliogarty, were withdrawn from O'Carroll shortly after the English Invasion, and added to the Earl of Ormond's country; however the native chieftains, O'Meagher and O'Fogarty, were left in possession, but tributary to the Earl of Ormond. 78, 79, note i.The most hospitable mansion in Erin. - This was the name of a tribe, which was, as usual among the ancient Irish, applied to a territory. The boundary between Ely O'Carroll and the ancient Meath is determined by that between the diocese of Killaloe and the diocese of Meath; for that portion of the King's County which belongs to the diocese of Killaloe was Ely O'Carroll, and originally belonged to Munster. Eile.

See the Miscellany of the Celtic Society, 1849, pp. - These were the O'Driscolls, who, according to the Irish genealogists, descend from Lughaidh Mac Ithu, the uncle of Milesius of Spain. These four 1d1 1d2 1d3 1d4 were sons borne to Corc by Aoibhinne, daughter of Aonghus folg, bolg king of Corca Louighodhe (the O'Driscoll sept in diocese of Ross, West Cork). Race of Lughaidh. 563.

Plain of Manainn. 5, and Tribes of Ireland, pp. See Corca Laidhe, p. - This seems to refer to the plain lying round the fort of Dun-Manann, which, however, was the seat of O'Dubhagain in Fear-Maighe or Fermoy, with which, it must be confessed, Muinter Bhaire can bear no comparison in point of fertility, though it may vie with it in picturesque beauty. This territory belong to the bardic family of O'Daly for several centuries. See Tribes of Ireland, p. 5, note n.O'Baire574 is over this land of the sea; 574. Muintir-Bhaire572 of the fair fort, 572. - This name is now obsolete, unless it has been assimilated to the Anglo-Norman name of Barry. O'Baire. 575. - He was the third son of Lughaidh Maccon, king of Ireland, in the second century. Warlike Fothadh. See Corca-Laidhe, in the Miscellany of the Celtic Society, p. 11 to 15.Of the race of warlike Fothadh;573 573. Muintir-Bhaire, now Muntervary, a peninsula in the barony of West Carbery in the south-west of the county of Cork, extending from Bantry to Sheepshead, and containing the parish of Kilcrohane. 14; and Pacata Hibernia, book iii.Is the plain of Manainn575 fairer?


Among the churhces in this deanery, Orwery [i.e., Orbraidhe, or Orrery] and Fersketh [i.e., Feart Skeithe, called Ardskagh, in 1615, now Ardskeagh] are two. Muscraighe) fully established." - Note communicated by Dr. "The church of Fiort Seithe, which is placed by the Calendars of Marianus, and the Four Masters (Sept. Thus the identity of Muscraighe-tri-maighe and the barony of Orrey is proved to a demonstration and O'Brien's statement on the subject (Irish Dict., voc. In the ancient taxations of the diocese of Cloyne we find a rural deanery, called Muscry-donnegan, containing the parishes now comprehended in the barony of Orrery and Kilmore, with small adjacent portions of Duhallow and Fermoy. The territory of O'Donnagain, certainlyIs the great Muscraighe of Three Plains,605 605. James Donegan, the author of the Greek-English Dictionary, who was a native of Charleville, was of them. 6), in Muscraighe-tri-maighe, is now known by the name of Ardskeagh, which is a small parish in tht part of the barony of Fermoy bordering on the barony of Orrery and Kilmore. Reeves.With the host of the flock-abounding Iarann,606 606. Muscraighe of the Three Plains. Dr. The family of O'Donegan is still extant in this territory, but reduced to poverty and obscurity. Iarann. - This was evidently the name of a river, but it is now obsolete.Host of the sunnyland of vowed deeds. - This territory was granted by king John to William de Barry, under the name of Muskerry Donegan.

Fergal son of Mael Duin raided Leinster in order to injure Cathal son of Findguine, so Cathal son of Findguine wasted the whole of Magh Bregh, until they made peace and truce. 722ad December 11th Fergal led an U Nill army south into Leinster again in 722 and this defeat was record in the Cath Almaine, a poem about the battle of Allen, fought on 11 December 722, the feast of Saint Finnian of Clonard. The Cath Almaine claims that the dispute arose because Fergal mac Mele Din had been killed in defiance of the truce he had made with Cathal. They heard of Cathals grudge against them, so this was the counsel they framed, with the U Nill kings no great threat during the reigns of Fogartach, Cined and Flaithbertach, Cathal sought to extend his authority over Leinster.

d.516 Ross Faighe, son of Cathaoir Mor - K.

The Deis Beg700 of the purple cloak 700. Claire. - This was the ancient name of the present barony of Small County, in the county of Limerick. Oilioll Olum, the great ancestor of the kings of Munster, was buried in this hill, and a remarkable cromlech was raised over him, which still remains in good preservation.Of the fairest bay of Erin. - This was the ancient name of a hill near Duntryleague, in the barony of Small County. The town of Bruff was the chief seat of this territory, and is still called Brugh na Deise by all the Irish-speaking people of the counties of Tipperary, Waterford, and Kilkenny.Is hereditary to the valorous tribe,The heroes of Claire701 mentioned by us, 701. Deis-beg.

(Hence the epithet Scut, "a Scot" or "a Scythian," was applied to this Heber, who was accordingly called Heber Scot.) Heber Scot was afterwards slain in battle by Noemus the former king's son. Heber Scut (scut: Irish, a Scot), after his father's death and a year's stay in Creta, departed thence, leaving some of his people to inhabit the Island, where some of their posterity likely still remain; "because the Island breeds no venomous serpent ever since." He and his people soon after arrived in Scythia; where his cousins, the posterity of Nenuall (eldest son of Fenius Farsa, above mentioned), refusing to allot a place of habitation form him and his colony, they fought many battles wherein Heber (with the assistance of some of the natives who were ill-affected towards their king), being always victor, he at length forced the sovereignty from the other, and settled himself and his colony in Scythia, who continued there for four generations. 19.