Finnerty O'Finnerty Clans of Eire

Finnerty, O'Finnerty Clans of Ireland

 

 

 

 Onomasticon Goedelicum [Finnerty extracts]

 

áit tíghe floinn; A. t. Flainn; the Leithseisreach Áite Tighe Foinn in Pobal Bhriain,

Ai. 108 a, Hb. 8 a; Attyflin, nr. Patrick's Well, c. Limerick. ait tige guairim in Inibofinne, Wc. 116, Fy. 477.

 

achadh abla; Tipra Fhinnein 7 Leac in Pupail ic a. Abla, Lis. 25 a; is in Corunn i crích Luighne, in barony Corann, county Sligo; Luighni, slaughtered by Ui Ailella in Achadh Ablae, Au. i. 268; Diancecht's Tipra Slainge, in Achad Abla, N.W. of Mag Tuiredh, I. 166 b 1; Bb. 226 b; and Rd. Rc. xv. 59.

 

achad conaire; al. Ached cáin, a. cáin Conaire, Fel. 130, O'Dav. 66; in Mi. it is put in Sligo, in Ac. 286 "Aghaconary in Mayo;" it is a village and p. in b. Leiny, Sligo, Fy. 477; in terra Lugniensium, Cs. 206, K. 181 b; its posttown is Ballymote; as a diocese it contains parts of Sligo, Mayo and a small part of Roscommon; i Luighnib Connacht, F. 130, Md. 214, Fg. 152, Mt. 31, Lct. 103 Fm. 1328, 1398, 1409, 1434; Lc. i. 239, 253, 261, &c.; a. Coinire, Con. 15 a, 32 b; S. Nathi of A., C. 134, Cs. 206; Nathi Presbyter in Achud Chonairi, feast on v. Id. Aug. Ll. 361, Lc. i. 409; the Coarb of Nathi of a. Connaire, al. the Bp. of Luighne, Ai. 61 b; Bps. of a. Conaire, Lc. [i] 253, 269, 305, 345, 419, 447, 451, 561, 647, ii 79, 209; village near Ballaghadereen; in the East of barony of Leiney there is Achonry House, and village; Cruimther Riagán ó a. Chonaire, Md. 214.

Editor Note: a Finnachta [Heber] was of the Leyney Connacht.

 

Aircheltra; Cend Faelad mac Cruannmaeil reigned 4 years, until he was slain by Fiannachta in Aircheltra (dative singular; Aircheltra, Sil. 402), Ll. 25 a; Sil. 402; Ceann Faoladh, slain in the battle of Airchealtra at Teach Ua Maine, Lg. 192; hi cath Airceltra oc Tigh Ua Maine, Fm. i. 282, Lec. 616; Sirna mac Dein defeated the Ultonians i cath Aircheltra, Ll. 19; Z. 470, col. 2; Lec. 64, 581; Lg. 107, Fm. i. 58; a hAgur, a hEactge, ... a Slemiun, a hAirceltraibh; Book of Lismore, folio 92 b.

 

Ailcheltra; drochair Cendfaelaid i cath Ailcheltra la Finachta Fledach, I. 25 b, Bb. 49 a 33 a; cf. inis celtra.

 

anghailech; .i. inhabitant of Anghaile, dp. hAnghailechaibh, Au. iii. 114. angebthi hui gabla fhini; in the Dál Chormaic, in Leinster, Ll. 312. The parts of Leinster belonging to the Clann Cormaic are all Angebte na Gabla Fine, Cuthraighe, Ua Trena, Ui Cruinn or Ui Cuinn, Ua Gabla Fine and Ua Gabla Roireann. All this comprised the territory from Cúil Caig, or Cingeadh, to Dubh Atha in Maisdin, from Glais Crice in Cluanach Cua to Uada at Laighis and to Ath Lethnocht at Slebhte, till it terminates in the water at Hui Bairrche, in Gebti Ua Trenan, and Ua Chuirc (v. next word), Fir. 450.

 

            angebthi ui tréna; in Dál Chormaic, in Leinster, Ll. 312, in Leinster, nr. Ui Barirrce and Ui Chuirc, Fir. 450.

 

atha lethan; in Luigne Connacht, Con. 10 a; v. Baile Átha Lethain, Fm. iv. 676, 682, 730; A. Lethan a Luighne; A. L. a Luighni; A. L. a Luighne at Baile Á. Leathain, Ballylahan, now in barony Gallen, county Mayo, Lc. i. 354, 402, 404; Annals of Connacht, fo. 10 a, Lc. thrice and Fm. once put Á. Lethan in Luigne (now b. Leyney, c. Sligo); O'Donovan and Hennessy say they were wrong, but were the entries when first penned wrong? In my "Description of Ireland an. 1598," p. 143, a document of 1585 names McJordan Chief Lord of the barony of Bellalahan at Gallen;" it was then in Gallen, Mayo; A. Lethan il Luighnib; d'Exetra tigerna Á. Lethain; Mailir d'Exetra ticcerna Átha L.; Mac Siúrtáin d'Exetra tigerna Á. L.; Caislén A. L.; Mac Siurtain tigerna Baile Á. L., Fm. iii. 348, 510, 514, iv. 676, 682, 731; Mailir d'Eisetra tigerna Á. L.; Mac Siurtan tigerna Baile Á. L., Au. ii. 426, 428, iii. 28; Brian Oh Uigin, head of his sept, Irish and Scotch instructor, died A.D. 1475, and was buried in Á. Lethan, Con. 65 a.

 

 

Baille. mic murchadha; Ballymacmurragh, in parish Tibohine, barony Frenchpark, county Roscommon, [book of]Lecan. ii. 382, Ci.

 

            Bhaile an bhiala; Seisreach Bhaile an Bhiala in  BhriaPobalin, Ai. 108 a, Hb. 8 b.

 

            baile an róisde; the Seisreach Bh. an Róisde in Pobal Bhriain, Ai. 108 a, Hb. 8 a.

 

            baile fhindachta; in Connacht, Lec. 331.

 

 

            baile mhilis; the Leithseisreach B. Mhilis, N. of the Sruth in the Caisleán, in Pobal Bhriain, Ai. 107 b, Hb. 8 a; in c. Limk.; there is a Bally Meelish House 2 m. fr. Borris-in-Ossory.

 

            baile na mbruthnóg; in Pobal Bhriain, Ai. 108 a; B. na mBruithneóg, Hb. 8 a.

 

            baile sheágháin; in Pobal Bhriain, Ai. 108 a, Hb. 8 a.

 

benn étair meic étgaith; Sas. 4683, 188, 249, Sil. 289; Howth Head. b. fada; also B. Fhota; mainistir Benna fada, Mis. i. 71; B. (fh)oda, Fy. 480, Gc. 207; luid ó Mhainistir Bendfhoda in Luighnibh Connacht, Fm. v. 1852, Caislén an Bhend fada (an. 1265), Caislén an Bennada; don Bheann fada, Lec. i. 454, ii. 260, 506; Benn fhoda; Banada, village (and convent) in barony Leyny, county Sligo, near Tobercurry, Fm. iv. 1162, and Fy. 480, which was Beannoda.

 

            Carn cachta; Cinfhaelad mac Blaithmaic, rí Clan Chachta, slain in battle by Finnachta, Ll. 185.

 

            Casán cloinne mic muiris; Ry. 68; r. Cashen, in Clanmaurice. cascaille; al. Cascoill, first name of Eamhain Macha, from the time of the Tuatha Dé Danaán, then Eachras Chuan up to the time of Eochaidh Iolbhuadhoigh, then Druim mór up to the time of the sons of Diothorba, the Fionnachadh was its name when Macha got possession of it, Fir. 579,

 

            cenel critain; a sept of Ui Maine, Im. 34.[finachta of:]

 

            cenel faghartaigh; b. Kinelarty, in South Down, Fm. iv. 662, Tp.; v. Cenél Fógartaig, and Duibhtrian; Mac Artan, chief of, Lc. ii. 50. c. failbhe; followers of Brian at Clontarf, K. 171 b.

 

            cenel mic erca; also Tír Ceara, of Crích mic Earca, in Húib Fiachrach, Bb. 63 a.

cenel mic erca; cath etir Cenel m. Erca & Cenel Feradhaig, Fm. i. 248, Au. i. 98, 276; Ui. puts it near barony Clogher, county Tirone, so do I, as the Cenel m. Erca and Cenel Feradhaig must have been neighbours, as they were at war.

 

            Cill chúile dumai; Bran mac Muridaigh and his wife were burned in Cill Chuile Dumai in Laigis Chúile by Finachta mac Cellaigh (clearly in Leix; O'D. placed it at Kilcool, county Wicklow), Ll. 39 a, 39 c, 388, Fir. 426, Au. i. 274, Fm. i. 396, Sto. 3 a 2; Murchadh, son of Bran, and his wife Aine were burned in Cill Cuile Dumha in Leinster, Bb. 35 b; Bran Ardcenn (K. of Leinster, Fir.), mac Muiredaigh (of the O Tuathal) and his wife Eithne (Aine, dau. of Domnall Midech, Fir.), burned in Cil Chúile Dumha, Ll. 39 c, 388; Nathfraech, Sacerdos, and the Ara of Brigit, in Cill Cula Dumai, Ll. 353; Coole tls. at Abbeyleix.

 

            Cil fhinnachta; in Luimneach Finnachta in Huaibh Deaga Móra, I. 108 a, col. 8;

            Kilfinaghta in baronies of Upper and Lower Tulla, county Clare, Pgi. ii. 638, near Limerick.

 

            Cil finnshneachta; in Pobal Bhriain, Annals Inishfallen. 108 a, Hb. 8 a; cf. Cill. Finnachta.     See Gráig in Pobal Bhriain near Croom, south of Limerick city.

 

            Cill forga; Findchad Epscop ó Cill Fhorga., Fg. 216; C. Fhorga, C. Earga (q.v.), Fep.; Killarga, barony Dromahaire, Leitrim; Fionnchadh Epsop cille Forga, mesaim gurab é so espucc Fionnchadh ó Cill Arga i mBreifne, Md. 306; O Treabhair Coarb of C. Forga, Fir. 675, Lc. ii. 90.

 

            Cil arga; Finnchadh of, i mBreifne, Md. 306; = Cell Fhorga, Cell Fhearga, q.v.

 

            cill laisri; Maelodhar mac Ferrdha-Fearadhaigh a quo Hui Mhaeluidhir C. Laisri, I. 86 b, col. 3; Maelodar of Cland Eachach, from whom are the Hui Maeluidir C. Laisri, Lec. 433, Bb. 104 a; C. Lasrach, Killasser, b. Gallen, c. Mayo, Fy. 484; at Topar Cille Lasrach, Hc. 2, 718.

 

 

            Clan connmaigh; between Athlone and town of Roscommon, Fm. v. 1316; Clanconow, also Clanconway on West of river Suck, a branch of the O Finaghtys, Fm. iii. 23, note; Clanconoo, barony Ballymoe, Galway., Township.; on West of the Suck [river], and also East of it in Roscommon., Ci., Kj. ii. 342, Mis. i. 207; Mac Daibhith Burke occupied it, Au. iii. 410, Fir. 806; Crecan in it, Lc. ii. 120; Clan Conmaig, a sub-division of Síl Muiredaig, Tig. Rc. xviii. 159, Lct. 108; O Fionnachtaigh its chief, Lct. 108; Fir. 240; about the river Suck, Fir. 240; between Mag Aoi and Ui Maine; i crích Maine mic Echdach, Ar. 130, 238.

 

            Clan murchadha; one of the free tribes of Tirconnell, Fen. 356. Clan Murchadha; Ua Finnachta, chief of, Conb. 25 a, Au. ii. 204; al. Clan Fínnachta on East of river Suck, Lc. i. 290, Ch. 220, Ac. 294, Fm. iii. 236.

 

            Clan murchada;  Clan murthuile; in Roscommon Township; it seems in Mag nAoi.

 

            Baille mic murchadha; Ballymacmurragh, in parish Tibohine, barony Frenchpark, county Rosc., Lecan. ii. 382, Ci.

 

 

            Clan nadsluaig; al. Fir Fhermaighe, Ll. 333, Fir. 309, X. 60; also Fir Erndmaighi; Nadsluagh mac Cairpri Daimairgit, mic Eochach mic Cremhthaind, Bb. 65 a.

 

corcortri; Bb. 128 b; in Corand in Connacht, Lec. 349; the Hi Chuind Corcortri iartharaigi, i.e., Luigni, or Tír Luigne, Lec. 226.

corcothri; King of, Bb. 60 a; al. Corca-Firthri, the people of barony Gallen, county Mayo; barony Leyney, barony Corran, county Sligo; v. Ogyg. iii. 69, Au. i. 500; Mobí Clarenech mac Beoaid of Corcothri, of the Luigni Connacht, Ll. 363.

 

 

            Dall conaigh; Finnachta [was] slain there, Lec. 53.

 

            Finn chorad; gs.; St. Finnacta Finncoradh, Bb. 122 b; Finnachta of Síl Cormaic in Leinster i Finnchoraidh, Ll. 351, 390, Lec. 109; in Leinster, [see sil cormaic]

Bb. 78 b; Cellán, Garbán, Connlaegh i Findchoraid, Lb. 17; perhaps Finnaragh in parish Ardagh, county Longford; Fincora near Roscrea (?). f. druim; Findruim; Findrum townland in parish Convoy, barony Raphoe, county Donegal, Mi., Ci.; Fintan of, Lec. 108. From Index Locorum; Ann. Four Masters, Fionnchoradh, Corofin, in Thomond, 1157, see Cora Finne.  Cora finne: in Thomond, 1573, 1599.

 

            Formael; a hill on the land given by King of Leinster to Dubthach maccu Lugir, Ll. 45 b, where the boundaries and features are described; also Formaoil na bFian, in Hui Chionnsiolaigh, where Luimnioch Laighion now is, K. 147 b 1; .i. Limenagh, otherwise Limericke, Mm. 490; now Limerick or Little Limerick, opposite Sir T. Esmonde's hall-door; Fermoyle and Cooletegart formed on townland. of 310 Irish acres of the Manor of Esmonde, Esmonde MSS.; Cooltegart is well known still.

 

            Formael; between Senbotha and Abaind in Huibh Cennsellaig, where Fiandachta, King of Connacht, set up his abode, Lbl. 908; same as previous

 gleann finneachta; Glynn parish in NE. of county Down, in Trian Chongail, Fm. iv. 689 note; Dál Riada .i. an Rúta o Bhuais go crois Gleanna, Up. 611.

 

 

            gráig; O Briain ó'n nGráig in Pobal Bhriain (?), Ai. 108 b; the Leithseisreach na Graige in Pobal Bhriain, Ai. 108 a, Hb. 8 a; Graigue, upwards of 60 places of this name in Munster, Connacht, and Leinster.; this is Graigue, near Croom, Limerick.

 

            gnith findachta; in the land of the Cruithni, Z. 174 b.

Note: gnith [gnithi plural] is a medieval pictish given name.  Some say the name Cruithni is the Irish name for the Scottish, possibly Welsh name pictii. Ex. Brude [king] Gnithi a quo Cruithni.

 

 

            graig na mbreathnach; named from Welsh colonists in Ireland, Keating 128 a; also Vallis S. Salvatoris, B. lv.; Graiguenamanagh, county Kilkenny gráine; v. Grainne; cath Graine against Finchadh, King of Hui Cheindselaigh, Ll. 182, Bb. 48 a, Hx. 199, K. 158 a; cath Gráinne between Leinster and the King of Ireland, Ll. 300 a; in Ui Ceinnselaig, Lg. 182, Ll. 182, Lec. 138, Z. 468; cath Graine i tír Laigen, Chi., Ui.; Graney in South of county Kildare, near Castledermot, Cri., Ac. 73; in dry. of Omorthi, d. Dublin, Tax.

 

            Grallach dollaid; Ll. 25 a, Lu. 82; G. Dollaith, Bb. 49 a, Tig. an. 695, I. 25 a, Sil. 402; prob. Girley, near Kells, county Meath, Fia., Au. i. 142 (so O'D. and Hen. guessed); it is at th dá Ferta, Lbl. 608, Tbr. 242, 245; King Finachta slain there by the Lord of Fir Cúla Bregh, Lg. 192; also Amrún Fer nDea, Sa. 88 a; v. Ll. 31, 185, Sa. 88 a, Mi., Chi.; G. Dadlaich, Lec. 619, th da Ferta, Fir Cúla Breg, point to cc. Louth, Armagh and Down, and to Grallagh Greenan tl., the only Grellach in that region; it is in Lr. Iveagh.

 

lugni; v. Luighne; were in barony Leyny, county Sligo, N., Ui., Mi., Ci., Cs., B. lxi., iv.; Ua hEgra [O'Hara] rí Lugni, Conb. 2 5 a.

lugni fertri; Lughna F., in Connacht, Fir. 62, Bb. 155, Lec. 388; Luigidh Fertri, Ha. 736.

 

 

 

            Luimnech; also L. Laigen in Ui Cennsalaig, K. 147 b, Ods. 672, Chi.; L. i Laignib, I. 41 a; al. Luimnech FinnachtaCell Fionnachta Luimnigh in Teach De in Hui Deagha Móra, in Hui Censiolach, Fir. 709, I. 108 a; L. Laigen, also Formaoil na bhfian, K. 147 b (cf. Finn Formáili, Ll. 128 a; Findachta went from Connacht to Formael in Ui Cennselaig, Lbl. 908; he is called Sanctus Luimnigh, Chr. 148; in Fm. and Au. he is called Finshnechta Luibnighe; fiad Luibnide, Lct. 10; "Limenagh, otherwise Limericke, "granted to Sir L. Esmonde in 1618," Mm. 490; now Little Limerick opposite Sir T. Esmonde's halldoor at Ballynastragh, Gorey; a townland and a churchyard on the slope of Limerick hill, which last is, I think, Sliab Luimnig; cf. "All the Mannor of Esmonde and all the lands of Lemenagh and Formoyle," Esmonde MSS., document of date 24 May, 1637.

 

            Luibnech;  Finsnechta Luibnighe, Lec. 260 b, Annals Ulster i. 354; now Limerick in parish Kilcavan, county Wexford, Hen.; "on borders of ancient Meath and Leinster," O'Don., Fm. i. 474; "Luimnech Fionnachta" infra, supports Hen.'s views.

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sil cormaicc; of Leinster., Sr. 65 a; Seghin and Failbhe of the Sil Cormaic, who occupied Ráith Bilech, Ll. 390; at Ravilly, county Carlow.

sil creide; the O Conors of Connacht buried at Clonmacnois, Pi. i. 5.

 

címe; in Connaught; so called from Címe Cheithirceann, a Firbolg, at Loch Címe, Bb. 208 a, Fir. 67, K. 124 a, Lec. 554; cath Cimi gained by Amalgaid, Lbl. 909, Fy. 22, Lec. 162; at Lough Hacket, county Galway.

 

 

            tir an mhuine; N. of the r. at Caisleán Bhaile Í Chathain in Pobal Bhriain, county Limerick., Ai. 107, Hb. 8.

 

            tir an tsneachta; Friesland, St. B. 441; Norway, Sweden, and Jutland, Ai. 22, Hz. 218.

 

            ui finnachtaigh; of Síl Anmchadha, Im.

 

            ui dega; descended from Daig mac Enna Cennsélaig (and so in Wexford or Wicklow), Ll. 337 a; in Ui Cennselaig, F., Fg., Md., B. xx., Lec. 393; Ui Deadha, Bran. 152; Ui Deaghaidh, K. 168; Ui Deadhaigh (in Ui Ceinselaigh), baroney Gorey, county Wexford, Township, Fia.; dry. Oday, barony Gorey; in it were Cell Mosilóc, F., Fg., Md., Ros Mór, Md., Fg., F.

 

            ui dega bic; also Ui Muiredaigh in Leinster, Ll. 312, 383.

            ui dega draignech; in Ossory, Ll. 339.

 

 

            ui dega móir laigen; al. Ui Degad M. L., Ll. 284, Lis. 45 a; Ros Mór in it, F.; in Ui Ceinnselaigh, Fir. 709; Luimneach Finnachta, also Cell Finnachta, in it, I. 108 a; at Limerick hill and ch. ruin opposite Sir T. Esmonde's house, barony Gorey; v. Luimnech, Cell Finnsnechta. [this appears to be Finnachta King of Connacht who was fostered in Luimnech.]

 

            ui degadh osraige; of same race as Ui Degadh Laigen, Fg. xv., O'D. Gram. 459; barony Ida, county Kilkenny, also Ui Dega Tamnaige, q.v.

 

            ui dega tamnaige; Lec. 455; of Síl Birn or Ossorians, Ll. 339; Rath-downey preserves the name; seems same as Ui Dega Draignech.

 

            ui dróna; Ll. 353, Lb. 22, B. v., K. 168; bb. Idrone, county Carlow., Fia., Tp., Mi., Mm., Ci., Cri., Ui.; Aed tigerna Ua nDróna na tTrí Maige, tanaise Ua cCeinnselaig, Fm. ii. 574; Ua Ríain was its chief, Bran. 153, F2.

 

            úi echach; Lis. 19 b, 20 a; O Mahony's l. in b. W. Carbery, c. Cork, Obr., Ui.; ext. fr. Balledehob to Dunmanus Bay, Ac., Mi.; pp. Kilmoe, Scool, Kilcrohane, Durris, Kilmoconnoge and Caheragh, Tp.; v. Ui. E. Muman.

 

            ui echach; the O Brics of S. Desies, Waterf., Tp.

            ui echach; Úi Eachach of Sliab Breg, Lec. 176.

 

 

            ui enechlais; also Ui Enechglais, also Ui Fenechlais, in barony Arklow, c. Wick., N. of Ui Degaid, Lct., Tp., Mi., Cri., Cg.; their pedigree, Sr. 65 a, Lec. 570, Bran. 152 b; i Fortuathaib Laigen, F.; Ui Feneclais, Fg.; in Fotharta Airbre, Fir. 703; al. Ui Enechlais Cualann, in which was Tóchar Inbir Móir (at Arklow), Ll. 9, 15, Bb. 23 a, 172 a, 175 a, Fir. 99, Lg. 77, Sc. 19 a, Mi., Of. 329.

            ui enechlais maige; Ll. 314; in Ui Biarrchi, at Cell Auxilli in Lein., Bb. 74 a, Lec. 198, Fir. 466, 216.

 

            úi failgi; F2.; descended from Ross Failge, son of Cathir Mór; the chief families are O Conor Failgi, O Demsy and O Duinn, Of. 310; the pl. voc. is Uu Failge! Om. iii. 49; bb. E. and W. Offaly, c. Kild.; bb. Portnahinch and Tinnahinch in Queen's Co., and the part of King's Co. which belongs to d. of Kild. and Leighlin, Tp., Cg., Mis. i. 232; also bb. Upr. and Lr. Philipstown, Geshil, Warrenstown and Coolestown, Fm. iii. 44, Ui.; ext. fr. Sliabh Bloom to the Hill of Allen, and fr. the Sugar-loaf Hills to the Great Heath of Maryborough, O'D., Fm. iv. 955; King's Co. is Conntae Ua bhFailghe, Fm. vi. 2264; in it are - Adarcca Iuchbad, Caislén Edain Daire, Cell Achaid Sinchill, Cell Osnad, Cluain Corcaige, Cluain Ferta Mugaine, Cluain Immorruis, Cluain Mór, Cluain Mór Lithgein, Cluain Sosta, Cruachan Brigh Ele, Cúil bendchuir, Disert Fulartaig, Druim Ferta, Faithche mac Mecnain, Geisille, Glaisse Bulgan, Mag Fea, Mag Geisille, Mag Reicheat, Mag Smeathrach, Oenach Dairen, Ráith Derthaige, Ráith Scanlaige, Tempall Bercháin, Tuath Dá Maige, Ui Bresail, Ui Tairrsig; v. Mi., Ui., Ci., Cri, F., Fg., Md., Mt., Fep., Mr., Ci., Fia., Lh., Sr. 65 a, Pd. 28, Sil., B. v., Ct., Lis. 5 b, 12 a, Tl., Ll. 300 b, Lec. 30.

 

            ui gadhra; also Muinter Madadháin, Im.

            ui gadhra; O Gara clan in Mayo, Fm. ii. 798.

 

            ui garchon; in Leinster, Of. 293; i Fortuathaib Lagen, F2.; Tech na Románach and Cell Fine in it, Lh. 99, Fir. 693; i Fothartaib Lagen, F., Fg., Ct., Md.; in W. Leinster, F2. (leg. E. of Lein.); Drichú, King of Ui Garrchon, rejected St. Patrick at Ráith Inbir, Lb. 27 b, Tl. 186; Ui Garrchon, Lb. 83; in plebe Nathi filii Garchon quae dicitur Ui Garrchon, Up. 813; v. Lec. 115, 194, Bb. 124 a, Tl. lix., B. lviii., lix.; Ui Garbchon, Lh. 160 a; in it are Cell Airnd, Cell Aird, Coill Ard, Dún Grea, Dún Inteing, Glenn Faidble, Ráith Inbir, Ráith Núe, Sliab Airgiall, Tech fleide, Tech na Roman; Rathnew is 1 3/4 m. from Wick. town, Glenealy is 4 m. from it; if Ráith Inbir is at Inber, al. Inber Mór (i.e. Arklow), and if Cell Airnd is Killarney townland, county Wicklow, near Bray, Ui Garchon. extended from Arklow to Bray.

 

ui maeltuili; of Conmaicni Réin, Fen.

 

ui maeluidir; Township in barony of Eliogarty, county Tipperary.

ui maeluidhir; of Cell Laisre, Annals Inishfallen 101 a.

 

ui maic cairthind; I. 136 b, Lis. 143 b, Bb. 150 b; their genealogy, Ll. 325; nr Loch Foyle, Lec. 181, Ll. 333, Of. 362, Lh. 187, X. 58; Ui mac Carthainn, b. Tirkeeran, c. Derry, Tp., Lct., Mi., Ci., Ui.; al. Ui Cormaic, Of. 361.

 

ui maini; F.2; Nepotes Maini, A. 14 a b; v. their genealogy, Ll. 338 d, Sr. 79 a; v. Map of Ui M. in Im.; also diocese of Clonfert, Fep.; al. Trían Uachtarach(?), Im. 62; ancient Úi Maine comprised in county Roscommon baronies Ballymoe, Ballintober S., Athlone and Moycarn; in county Galway, bb. Ballymoe, Tiaquin, Killian, Kilconnell, Clonmacnowen, Longford, Leitrim, Loughrea, and parts of Dunkellin and Athenry; in c. Clare, part of Tulla Upr.; and in King's Co. the p. of Lusmagh, Im.; v. Lec. 349, Lct., Tp., Tl., Mi., Ci., Cri., F., Md., Mt., Mr., Fia., C., Cs., B. i., Lis. 45 a.

 

ui meachair; in barony of Ikerrin, county Tipperary., Township., Rennes MS. 52 a.

ui meachair; of Corcotrí, q.v.; Lec. 226; Ui Meachair, seems near Descert Breg and Dartry, and of Ui M., Bb. 53, Fir. 191.

 

St. Finnacta Finncoradh

 

            Finn chorad; gs.; St. Finnacta Finncoradh, Bb. 122 b; Finnachta of Síl Cormaic in Leinster i Finnchoraidh, Ll. 351, 390, Lec. 109; in Leinster, [see sil cormaic]

 

[Editor Note:The following references to Finn chorad may or may not apply to St. Finnacta Finncoradh]

 

Bb. 78 b; Cellán, Garbán, Connlaegh i Findchoraid, Lb. 17; perhaps Finnaragh in parish Ardagh, county Longford; Fincora near Roscrea (?). f. druim; Findruim; Findrum townland in parish Convoy, barony Raphoe, county Donegal, Mi., Ci.; Fintan of, Lec. 108. From Index Locorum; Ann. Four Masters, Fionnchoradh, Corofin, in Thomond, 1157, see Cora Finne.  Cora finne: in Thomond, 1573, 1599.

 

sil. cormaicc; of Leinster., Sr. 65 a; Seghin and Failbhe of the Sil Cormaic, who occupied Ráith Bilech, Ll. 390; at Ravilly, county Carlow.

 

rath bilech; ds., Raith Bilich, A. 18 a; R. Bilig, Ll. 45 a, 316 b, 351, 390, Bb. 78 b, Lec. 109, 49, 209, Mm. 486, Fir. 726, Lb. 20; the Rath is on East of the village of Ravilly, county Carlow; R. Bile (Bran. 91 b) may be Rathvilla townland in King's Co.

 

fid; A. 18 a; the wood of Fid round the ridge of Fid (Druim Feadha), Drumfea in parish Fennagh, barony East Idrone, county Carlow; as I gather from the following texts that Iserninus, al. Bp. Fith, came to the S. part of Ireland, then to his province to a small tribe (aicme bec) in Clíu named Catrige; thence he went and set up at Toicuile, thence to Ráith Foalascich, to Láthrach Da Arad; there Cathboth's 7 sons came to him and were baptised, and he went with them southwards to their abode; they were exiled for their faith, but when Crimthann, son of Énde Ceinnselach, was baptised at Ráith Bilech they were restored to their home; hence are the Féna or Fid (or hence is the name Féna on Fid?); they go to Patrick and Cremthann, son of Énde, at Scí Pátric, and through Patrick they and Bp. Fith get fr. Crimthann, macc Éndi Níi, "dul" under Griein Fothart fr. Gabor Liphi as far as Suide Laigen, and they settle at th Fithot; Patrick went fr. Tara in Lein., and met Dubthach maccu-Lugir at Domnach Már Criathar in Ui Censelich, A. 18 a; it was at the same time that the Deissi went upon Gabran, and (the) Feni on Fid Már, and the Fothart

on Gabran to the E., Laud. 610, fo. 102 a, quoted in Tl. 343; in Idrone are - (1) Clíu (q.v.) reflected in Tullowclay (Tulach Clíach) in p. Fennagh; (2) Catrighe, al. Cotrige, the Corries (Cathrige), Corries Lodge, Corries r., Corrymore Lodge, which implies a Corrybeg (Catrige aicme bec supra), a little S. of Fennagh; (3) Féna is Fenagh, al. Fennagh p., tl., Bridge and Lodge; Fennagh parish is in bb. of East IdroneRathvilly (Ráith Bilech supra) and Forth (Fothart supra); (4) Ath Fithot is Aghade tl., p. and Bridge in b. Forth; Epscop Fith of th Fithor (A. 18 a) is Eps. Ith tha Fadat (Ll. 308 b), al. th Fadhad; (5) betw. Aghade and Suide Laigen (Mount Leinster), and also in b. Forth are Kil-graney (Griein Fothart) and Kill-carry (Cell Cat(h)rige), and betw. Aghade and Fennagh is Larah (Láthrach dá Arad?), and N. of Larah is Rath-rush (Ráith-foalascich), where foalascach, gl. arbustum, a shrub, is misrendered juncus, a rush; (6) Tuckmill tl. (Toicuile ?) in Rathbran p. is 10 or 12 m. N. of Ravilly (Ráith Bilech).

 

            ui dróna; Ll. 353, Lb. 22, B. v., K. 168; bb. Idrone, county Carlow., Fia., Tp., Mi., Mm., Ci., Cri., Ui.; Aed tigerna Ua nDróna na tTrí Maige, tanaise Ua cCeinnselaig, Fm. ii. 574; Ua Ríain was its chief, Bran. 153, F2.

 

Editor Note:  There is a genealogy of Fiannachtach Hua Droina-Laigen who is related to the Ryans who were Lords of Idrone

 

 

Editor Note  The following extracted from above is likely to be the patrimony of the Sil Murry Finnertys of Clan Murchada of the Champions who were one of the Twelve Great Lords of

.  These Finnertys were often Chieftains of the Sil Murry tribe from which the O’Conor Kings and Monarchs derived their power: 

 

Baille. mic murchadha; Ballymacmurragh, in parish Tibohine, barony Frenchpark, county Roscommon, [book of]Lecan. ii. 382, Ci.

 

            baile fhindachta; in Connacht, Lec. 331.


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            gleann finneachta; Glynn parish in NE. of county Down, in Trian Chongail, Fm. iv. 689 note; Dál Riada .i. an Rúta o Bhuais go crois Gleanna, Up. 611.

 

 

            gráig; O Briain ó'n nGráig in Pobal Bhriain (?), Ai. 108 b; the Leithseisreach na Graige in Pobal Bhriain, Ai. 108 a, Hb. 8 a; Graigue, upwards of 60 places of this name in Munster, Connacht, and Leinster.; this is Graigue, near Croom, Limerick.

 

            gnith findachta; in the land of the Cruithni, Z. 174 b.

Note: gnith [gnithi plural] is a medieval pictish given name.  Some say the name Cruithni is the Irish name for the Scottish, possibly Welsh name pictii. Ex. Brude [king] Gnithi a quo Cruithni.

 

 

            graig na mbreathnach; named from Welsh colonists in Ireland, Keating 128 a; also Vallis S. Salvatoris, B. lv.; Graiguenamanagh, county Kilkenny gráine; v. Grainne; cath Graine against Finchadh, King of Hui Cheindselaigh, Ll. 182, Bb. 48 a, Hx. 199, K. 158 a; cath Gráinne between Leinster and the King of Ireland, Ll. 300 a; in Ui Ceinnselaig, Lg. 182, Ll. 182, Lec. 138, Z. 468; cath Graine i tír Laigen, Chi., Ui.; Graney in South of county Kildare, near Castledermot, Cri., Ac. 73; in dry. of Omorthi, d. Dublin, Tax.

 

            Grallach dollaid; Ll. 25 a, Lu. 82; G. Dollaith, Bb. 49 a, Tig. an. 695, I. 25 a, Sil. 402; prob. Girley, near Kells, county Meath, Fia., Au. i. 142 (so O'D. and Hen. guessed); it is at th dá Ferta, Lbl. 608, Tbr. 242, 245; King Finachta slain there by the Lord of Fir Cúla Bregh, Lg. 192; also Amrún Fer nDea, Sa. 88 a; v. Ll. 31, 185, Sa. 88 a, Mi., Chi.; G. Dadlaich, Lec. 619, th da Ferta, Fir Cúla Breg, point to cc. Louth, Armagh and Down, and to Grallagh Greenan tl., the only Grellach in that region; it is in Lr. Iveagh.

 

lugni; v. Luighne; were in barony Leyny, county Sligo, N., Ui., Mi., Ci., Cs., B. lxi., iv.; Ua hEgra [O'Hara] rí Lugni, Conb. 2 5 a.

lugni fertri; Lughna F., in Connacht, Fir. 62, Bb. 155, Lec. 388; Luigidh Fertri, Ha. 736.

 

 

 

            Luimnech; also L. Laigen in Ui Cennsalaig, K. 147 b, Ods. 672, Chi.; L. i Laignib, I. 41 a; al. Luimnech FinnachtaCell Fionnachta Luimnigh in Teach De in Hui Deagha Móra, in Hui Censiolach, Fir. 709, I. 108 a; L. Laigen, also Formaoil na bhfian, K. 147 b (cf. Finn Formáili, Ll. 128 a; Findachta went from Connacht to Formael in Ui Cennselaig, Lbl. 908; he is called Sanctus Luimnigh, Chr. 148; in Fm. and Au. he is called Finshnechta Luibnighe; fiad Luibnide, Lct. 10; "Limenagh, otherwise Limericke, "granted to Sir L. Esmonde in 1618," Mm. 490; now Little Limerick opposite Sir T. Esmonde's halldoor at Ballynastragh, Gorey; a townland and a churchyard on the slope of Limerick hill, which last is, I think, Sliab Luimnig; cf. "All the Mannor of Esmonde and all the lands of Lemenagh and Formoyle," Esmonde MSS., document of date 24 May, 1637.

 

           Luibnech;  Finsnechta Luibnighe, Lec. 260 b, Annals Ulster i. 354; no w Limerick in parish Kilcavan, county Wexford, Hen.; "on borders of ancient Meath and Leinster," O'Don., Fm. i. 474; "Luimnech Fionnachta" infra, supports Hen.'s views.

 

sil cormaicc; of Leinster., Sr. 65 a; Seghin and Failbhe of the Sil Cormaic, who occupied Ráith Bilech, Ll. 390; at Ravilly, county Carlow.

sil creide; the O Conors of Connacht buried at Clonmacnois, Pi. i. 5.

 

címe; in Connaught; so called from Címe Cheithirceann, a Firbolg, at Loch Címe, Bb. 208 a, Fir. 67, K. 124 a, Lec. 554; cath Cimi gained by Amalgaid, Lbl. 909, Fy. 22, Lec. 162; at Lough Hacket, county Galway.

 

 

            tir an mhuine; N. of the r. at Caisleán Bhaile Í Chathain in Pobal Bhriain, county Limerick., Ai. 107, Hb. 8.

 

            tir an tsneachta; Friesland, St. B. 441; Norway, Sweden, and Jutland, Ai. 22, Hz. 218.

 

            ui finnachtaigh; of Síl Anmchadha, Im.

 

            ui dega; descended from Daig mac Enna Cennsélaig (and so in Wexford or Wicklow), Ll. 337 a; in Ui Cennselaig, F., Fg., Md., B. xx., Lec. 393; Ui Deadha, Bran. 152; Ui Deaghaidh, K. 168; Ui Deadhaigh (in Ui Ceinselaigh), baroney Gorey, county Wexford, Township, Fia.; dry. Oday, barony Gorey; in it were Cell Mosilóc, F., Fg., Md., Ros Mór, Md., Fg., F.

 

            ui dega bic; also Ui Muiredaigh in Leinster, Ll. 312, 383.

            ui dega draignech; in Ossory, Ll. 339.

 

 

            ui dega móir laigen; al. Ui Degad M. L., Ll. 284, Lis. 45 a; Ros Mór in it, F.; in Ui Ceinnselaigh, Fir. 709; Luimneach Finnachta, also Cell Finnachta, in it, I. 108 a; at Limerick hill and ch. ruin opposite Sir T. Esmonde's house, barony Gorey; v. Luimnech, Cell Finnsnechta. [this appears to be Finnachta King of Connacht who was fostered in Luimnech.]

 

            ui degadh osraige; of same race as Ui Degadh Laigen, Fg. xv., O'D. Gram. 459; barony Ida, county Kilkenny, also Ui Dega Tamnaige, q.v.

 

            ui dega tamnaige; Lec. 455; of Síl Birn or Ossorians, Ll. 339; Rath-downey preserves the name; seems same as Ui Dega Draignech.

 

            ui dróna; Ll. 353, Lb. 22, B. v., K. 168; bb. Idrone, county Carlow., Fia., Tp., Mi., Mm., Ci., Cri., Ui.; Aed tigerna Ua nDróna na tTrí Maige, tanaise Ua cCeinnselaig, Fm. ii. 574; Ua Ríain was its chief, Bran. 153, F2.

 

            úi echach; Lis. 19 b, 20 a; O Mahony's l. in b. W. Carbery, c. Cork, Obr., Ui.; ext. fr. Balledehob to Dunmanus Bay, Ac., Mi.; pp. Kilmoe, Scool, Kilcrohane, Durris, Kilmoconnoge and Caheragh, Tp.; v. Ui. E. Muman.

 

            ui echach; the O Brics of S. Desies, Waterf., Tp.

            ui echach; Úi Eachach of Sliab Breg, Lec. 176.

 

 

            ui enechlais; also Ui Enechglais, also Ui Fenechlais, in barony Arklow, c. Wick., N. of Ui Degaid, Lct., Tp., Mi., Cri., Cg.; their pedigree, Sr. 65 a, Lec. 570, Bran. 152 b; i Fortuathaib Laigen, F.; Ui Feneclais, Fg.; in Fotharta Airbre, Fir. 703; al. Ui Enechlais Cualann, in which was Tóchar Inbir Móir (at Arklow), Ll. 9, 15, Bb. 23 a, 172 a, 175 a, Fir. 99, Lg. 77, Sc. 19 a, Mi., Of. 329.

            ui enechlais maige; Ll. 314; in Ui Biarrchi, at Cell Auxilli in Lein., Bb. 74 a, Lec. 198, Fir. 466, 216.

 

            úi failgi; F2.; descended from Ross Failge, son of Cathir Mór; the chief families are O Conor Failgi, O Demsy and O Duinn, Of. 310; the pl. voc. is Uu Failge! Om. iii. 49; bb. E. and W. Offaly, c. Kild.; bb. Portnahinch and Tinnahinch in Queen's Co., and the part of King's Co. which belongs to d. of Kild. and Leighlin, Tp., Cg., Mis. i. 232; also bb. Upr. and Lr. Philipstown, Geshil, Warrenstown and Coolestown, Fm. iii. 44, Ui.; ext. fr. Sliabh Bloom to the Hill of Allen, and fr. the Sugar-loaf Hills to the Great Heath of Maryborough, O'D., Fm. iv. 955; King's Co. is Conntae Ua bhFailghe, Fm. vi. 2264; in it are - Adarcca Iuchbad, Caislén Edain Daire, Cell Achaid Sinchill, Cell Osnad, Cluain Corcaige, Cluain Ferta Mugaine, Cluain Immorruis, Cluain Mór, Cluain Mór Lithgein, Cluain Sosta, Cruachan Brigh Ele, Cúil bendchuir, Disert Fulartaig, Druim Ferta, Faithche mac Mecnain, Geisille, Glaisse Bulgan, Mag Fea, Mag Geisille, Mag Reicheat, Mag Smeathrach, Oenach Dairen, Ráith Derthaige, Ráith Scanlaige, Tempall Bercháin, Tuath Dá Maige, Ui Bresail, Ui Tairrsig; v. Mi., Ui., Ci., Cri, F., Fg., Md., Mt., Fep., Mr., Ci., Fia., Lh., Sr. 65 a, Pd. 28, Sil., B. v., Ct., Lis. 5 b, 12 a, Tl., Ll. 300 b, Lec. 30.

 

            ui gadhra; also Muinter Madadháin, Im.

            ui gadhra; O Gara clan in Mayo, Fm. ii. 798.

 

            ui garchon; in Leinster, Of. 293; i Fortuathaib Lagen, F2.; Tech na Románach and Cell Fine in it, Lh. 99, Fir. 693; i Fothartaib Lagen, F., Fg., Ct., Md.; in W. Leinster, F2. (leg. E. of Lein.); Drichú, King of Ui Garrchon, rejected St. Patrick at Ráith Inbir, Lb. 27 b, Tl. 186; Ui Garrchon, Lb. 83; in plebe Nathi filii Garchon quae dicitur Ui Garrchon, Up. 813; v. Lec. 115, 194, Bb. 124 a, Tl. lix., B. lviii., lix.; Ui Garbchon, Lh. 160 a; in it are Cell Airnd, Cell Aird, Coill Ard, Dún Grea, Dún Inteing, Glenn Faidble, Ráith Inbir, Ráith Núe, Sliab Airgiall, Tech fleide, Tech na Roman; Rathnew is 1 3/4 m. from Wick. town, Glenealy is 4 m. from it; if Ráith Inbir is at Inber, al. Inber Mór (i.e. Arklow), and if Cell Airnd is Killarney townland, county Wicklow, near Bray, Ui Garchon. extended from Arklow to Bray.

 

ui maeltuili; of Conmaicni Réin, Fen.

 

ui maeluidir; Township in barony of Eliogarty, county Tipperary.

ui maeluidhir; of Cell Laisre, Annals Inishfallen 101 a.

 

ui maic cairthind; I. 136 b, Lis. 143 b, Bb. 150 b; their genealogy, Ll. 325; nr Loch Foyle, Lec. 181, Ll. 333, Of. 362, Lh. 187, X. 58; Ui mac Carthainn, b. Tirkeeran, c. Derry, Tp., Lct., Mi., Ci., Ui.; al. Ui Cormaic, Of. 361.

 

ui maini; F.2; Nepotes Maini, A. 14 a b; v. their genealogy, Ll. 338 d, Sr. 79 a; v. Map of Ui M. in Im.; also diocese of Clonfert, Fep.; al. Trían Uachtarach(?), Im. 62; ancient Úi Maine comprised in county Roscommon baronies Ballymoe, Ballintober S., Athlone and Moycarn; in county Galway, bb. Ballymoe, Tiaquin, Killian, Kilconnell, Clonmacnowen, Longford, Leitrim, Loughrea, and parts of Dunkellin and Athenry; in c. Clare, part of Tulla Upr.; and in King's Co. the p. of Lusmagh, Im.; v. Lec. 349, Lct., Tp., Tl., Mi., Ci., Cri., F., Md., Mt., Mr., Fia., C., Cs., B. i., Lis. 45 a.

 

ui meachair; in barony of Ikerrin, county Tipperary., Township., Rennes MS. 52 a.

ui meachair; of Corcotrí, q.v.; Lec. 226; Ui Meachair, seems near Descert Breg and Dartry, and of Ui M., Bb. 53, Fir. 191.

 

St. Finnacta Finncoradh

 

            Finn chorad; gs.; St. Finnacta Finncoradh, Bb. 122 b; Finnachta of Síl Cormaic in Leinster i Finnchoraidh, Ll. 351, 390, Lec. 109; in Leinster, [see sil cormaic]

 

[Editor Note:The following references to Finn chorad may or may not apply to St. Finnacta Finncoradh]

 

Bb. 78 b; Cellán, Garbán, Connlaegh i Findchoraid, Lb. 17; perhaps Finnaragh in parish Ardagh, county Longford; Fincora near Roscrea (?). f. druim; Findruim; Findrum townland in parish Convoy, barony Raphoe, county Donegal, Mi., Ci.; Fintan of, Lec. 108. From Index Locorum; Ann. Four Masters, Fionnchoradh, Corofin, in Thomond, 1157, see Cora Finne.  Cora finne: in Thomond, 1573, 1599.

 

sil. cormaicc; of Leinster., Sr. 65 a; Seghin and Failbhe of the Sil Cormaic, who occupied Ráith Bilech, Ll. 390; at Ravilly, county Carlow.

 

rath bilech; ds., Raith Bilich, A. 18 a; R. Bilig, Ll. 45 a, 316 b, 351, 390, Bb. 78 b, Lec. 109, 49, 209, Mm. 486, Fir. 726, Lb. 20; the Rath is on East of the village of Ravilly, county Carlow; R. Bile (Bran. 91 b) may be Rathvilla townland in King's Co.

 

fid; A. 18 a; the wood of Fid round the ridge of Fid (Druim Feadha), Drumfea in parish Fennagh, barony East Idrone, county Carlow; as I gather from the following texts that Iserninus, al. Bp. Fith, came to the S. part of Ireland, then to his province to a small tribe (aicme bec) in Clíu named Catrige; thence he went and set up at Toicuile, thence to Ráith Foalascich, to Láthrach Da Arad; there Cathboth's 7 sons came to him and were baptised, and he went with them southwards to their abode; they were exiled for their faith, but when Crimthann, son of Énde Ceinnselach, was baptised at Ráith Bilech they were restored to their home; hence are the Féna or Fid (or hence is the name Féna on Fid?); they go to Patrick and Cremthann, son of Énde, at Scí Pátric, and through Patrick they and Bp. Fith get fr. Crimthann, macc Éndi Níi, "dul" under Griein Fothart fr. Gabor Liphi as far as Suide Laigen, and they settle at th Fithot; Patrick went fr. Tara in Lein., and met Dubthach maccu-Lugir at Domnach Már Criathar in Ui Censelich, A. 18 a; it was at the same time that the Deissi went upon Gabran, and (the) Feni on Fid Már, and the Fothart

on Gabran to the E., Laud. 610, fo. 102 a, quoted in Tl. 343; in Idrone are - (1) Clíu (q.v.) reflected in Tullowclay (Tulach Clíach) in p. Fennagh; (2) Catrighe, al. Cotrige, the Corries (Cathrige), Corries Lodge, Corries r., Corrymore Lodge, which implies a Corrybeg (Catrige aicme bec supra), a little S. of Fennagh; (3) Féna is Fenagh, al. Fennagh p., tl., Bridge and Lodge; Fennagh parish is in bb. of East IdroneRathvilly (Ráith Bilech supra) and Forth (Fothart supra); (4) Ath Fithot is Aghade tl., p. and Bridge in b. Forth; Epscop Fith of th Fithor (A. 18 a) is Eps. Ith tha Fadat (Ll. 308 b), al. th Fadhad; (5) betw. Aghade and Suide Laigen (Mount Leinster), and also in b. Forth are Kil-graney (Griein Fothart) and Kill-carry (Cell Cat(h)rige), and betw. Aghade and Fennagh is Larah (Láthrach dá Arad?), and N. of Larah is Rath-rush (Ráith-foalascich), where foalascach, gl. arbustum, a shrub, is misrendered juncus, a rush; (6) Tuckmill tl. (Toicuile ?) in Rathbran p. is 10 or 12 m. N. of Ravilly (Ráith Bilech).

 

            ui dróna; Ll. 353, Lb. 22, B. v., K. 168; bb. Idrone, county Carlow., Fia., Tp., Mi., Mm., Ci., Cri., Ui.; Aed tigerna Ua nDróna na tTrí Maige, tanaise Ua cCeinnselaig, Fm. ii. 574; Ua Ríain was its chief, Bran. 153, F2.

 

Editor Note:  There is a genealogy of Fiannachtach Hua Droina-Laigen who is related to the Ryans who were Lords of Idrone

 

 

Editor Note  The following extracted from above is likely to be the patrimony of the Sil Murry Finnertys of Clan Murchada of the Champions who were one of the Twelve Great Lords of

.  These Finnertys were often Chieftains of the Sil Murry tribe from which the O’Conor Kings and Monarchs derived their power: 

 

Baille. mic murchadha; Ballymacmurragh, in parish Tibohine, barony Frenchpark, county Roscommon, [book of]Lecan. ii. 382, Ci.

 

            baile fhindachta; in Connacht, Lec. 331.