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                                                                                         *105.Brian Boru the 175th High King of Ireland   -   The direct male line ancestor of the Siol mBriain / Ui mBriain Sept.                                                                                                               

 *105. Brian Boru / Boroimhe - of the Tributes was 104.Kennedy’s / Ceanedig’s youngest son, who was born in 926 AD at Kincora / Ceann Coradh, and he was to become the Gaelic Milesian Heberian Dal gCais Ui Bloid Ui Turlough King of Northern Munster / Thomond, the 41st King of Cashel / Munster and the 175th High King of Ireland, and the ancestor of the Ui mBriain / O Brian Kings of Northern Munster / Thomond and Ireland and the Mac Mahons of Co. Clare and he was married 4 times and had 6 sons including; 106.Murrogh / Murchad mac Brian, 106.Teague / Tadhg mac Brian,*106.Donogh / Donnchad mac Brian, 106.Donnell / Domhnall mac Brian, 106.Conor / Conchobar mac Brian and 106.Flann mac Brian. Only two of his sons, 106.Teague mac Brian and *106.Donogh mac Brian were to leave any aristocratic warrior issue towards the Kingships.

106.Teague mac Brian, was to die in 1023 AD and became the direct male line ancestor of the Ui mBriain Septs of Thomond / Northern Munster, including the O Briens of O gCuanach / Cuanad and Eathar Lagh / Clann mBriain of Eathariach in Co. Limerick and Co. Tipperary. 

    3 of the 6 sons of *105.Brian Boru were from his first 1st wife, Mor, including his oldest son, 106.Murrogh / Murchadh mac Brian who was to be killed in the Battle of Clontarf in 1014 AD along with his father, *105.Brian Boru, and his own son, 107.Turlough O Brian, while defending Ireland against the onslaught of an attempt by the Vikings of a complete takeover in Ireland and his 2  younger brothers were 106.Conor mac Brian and 106.Flann mac Brian. *105.Brian Boru's second wife was Eachraidh who was a daughter of Carroll / Cerbaill, a son of Ailill / Oilioll Fionn, and she produced another 2  of his sons, 106.Teague mac Brian, mentioned previously who was to die in 1023 AD, and his brother, 106.Donnell mac Brian who was also at the Battle of Clontarf but was to be killed later on by the Heremonian Dal Cuinn Ui Briuin Ai Siol Muireadhaigh / Sil Murray Sept from the Connacht Province during a dispute over sovereignty. *105.Brian Boru's third wife, 110.Gormlaith / Kormloda, was a Leinster Princess who was a sister to 110.Mael Morda the Heremonian Ui Laoghaire Ui Lughaidh Cu Corb Ui Dunlainge Ui Faelain 45th King of Leinster who was to be allied with the Vikings against *105.Brian Boru at the Battle of Clontarf. She was to be the main instigater of this conflict and the mother of;

     *106.Donogh mac Brian, who was to eventually become the Heberian Dal gCais Ui mBriain 42nd King of Cashel / Munster and 176th King of Ireland, who would marry Driella the daughter of Earl Godwin the Saxon Earl of Kent, and a sister to Harold 11 the last Saxon King of England. *106.Donogh mac Brian was to rule in his own right for 49 years until he was to either abdicate or be deposed and go on a pilgrimage to Rome where he became a monk in St. Stephen’s monastery and died there in 1064 AD. *106.Donogh mac Brians's 2 aristocratic warrior sons were 107.Lorcan O Brian who was to die in 1078 AD as the father of 108.Conor / Conchobar O Brian who was to die in the same year in 1078 AD who was the Heberian King of Tulcha Oc. 107.Murrough / Murchad O Brian, his other son, was to become the 42a King of Cashel / Munster who was to die 10 years previously in 1068 AD, and in turn his son, 108.Brian O Brian who was to die in 1084 AD, was to be the 46a King of Cashel / Munster, which then saw the end of their particular male line from *106.Donogh mac Brian to the Kingship of Cashel / Munster and Ireland altogether.

        *105.Brian Boru's daughter from 110.Gormlaith was 106.Sadb who he had married to 110.Cian, the son of 109.Molloy / Mael Muad who had been the previous Heberian Eoghanacht Raithlind Cenel nAeda Cenel mBecce 40th King of Cashel Munster who was descended from 90.Mac Cass one of the 7 sons of 89.Conall Corc the Eoghanacht 1st Chaisil King of Cashel / Munster and they were to produce 111.Mahon the direct male line ancestor of the O Mahonys. *105.Brian Boru's fourth wife was 105.Dubh Cobhla who was to die in 1009 AD before the Battle of Clontarf, who was a daughter of 104.Cathal O Connor the Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Dal Cuinn Ui Bruin Ai Siol Muireadhaigh Ui Conchobair 41st King of Connacht.  

106.Teague mac Brian, the eldest surviving son of *105.Brian Boru and Mor, after the Battle at Clontarf, also married a Mor, who was the daughter of Gilla Bhrigid O Molloy, the Heremonian Dal Cuinn "southern" Ui Niaill King of Fircall in Co. Louth in the north - east of Northern Leinster / or she may have been the daughter of 111.Melaghlin the son of the previously mentioned  110.Mael Morda the Heremonian Ui Laoghaire Ui Lughaidh Cu Corb Ui Dunlainge U Faelain 54th King of Leinster. In a dispute over sovereignty in 1022 - 1023 AD *106.Donogh mac Brian (the younger Heberian Dal g Cais son of *105.Brian Boru and 110.Gormlaith), was to ally himself with the nearby Heberian Cianachta kingdom of Ely O Carroll in Co. Offaly in the mid - north - west of Southern Leinster against his older half - brother,106.Teague / Tadhg O Brian who they killed in 1023 AD. Despite this finghal / kin slaying, 106.Teague mac Brian's son, *107.Turlough Mor O Brian would become the future 43rd King of Cashel / Munster and 178th King of Ireland who would then be the one who would carry their Heberian Siol mBriain aristocratic warrior male line forward as the Kings of Cashel / Munster and Kings of Ireland, until it was to all begin to come undone with his descendant, 110.Donnell Mor O Brian in 1194 AD after the Anglo - Norman Invasion was to occur in 1167 AD, who would by then only have in mind his own personal agenda.

*107.Turlough / Tairdelbach Mor O Brian, became the 43rd King of Thomond / Northern Munster, when his uncle, *106.Donogh mac Brian either abdicated or was deposed, and had then gone on his pilgrimage to Rome where he was to die in 1064 AD and *107.Turlogh Mor O Brian was to then also become the 178th King of Ireland and rule for 22 years until he was to die in 1086 AD at 77 years of age. He was married to Mor the daughter of O Hyne from the Heremonian Dal Cuinn "southern" Ui Fiachrach Aidni Sept of Kilmacduagh in Co. Galway in Southern Connacht who was descended from 91.Fiachra who had been the second Heremonian Dal Cuinn King of Connacht, and one of the 5 sons of *89.Eochy Mugmedon the previous Heremonian Dal Cuinn 124th King of Tara / Ireland. They produced 4 sons and 1 daughter, including; *108.Murtough / Muirchertach Mor O Brian, who was to become the 44th King of Cashel / Munster and 180th King of Ireland, 108.Diarmait / Diarmuid O Brian who was to become the 45th King of Cashel / Munster. 108.Donogh O Brian who was to to be killed in 1103 AD at the Battle of Magh Corba, and 108.Teague O Brian who was to become the 44a King of Cashel / Munster who was to die in 1086 AD whose son, 109.Donnell / Domhnall O Brian was to be the 44b King of Cashel / Munster who was to die in 1151 AD, which also ended their particular male line to the Kingships. *107.Turlough Mor O Brian's daughter; 108.Mor was to marry *115.Rory O Connor who was to be the Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Dal Cuinn Ui Briuin Ai Siol Muireadhaigh Ui Conchobair 56th King of Connacht  and 183rd King of Ireland, the last Gaelic Milesian Irish King under the Brehon Law after the Anglo - Norman Invasion. 

        *108.Murtough / Muirchertach Mor O Brian was to succeed his father as the 44th King of Cashel / Munster and also become the Heberian Dal gCais Ui mBriain 180th King of Ireland after eventually submitting the Heremonian Dal Cuinn Ui Briuin Septs in the Connacht Province, and the Heremonian Dal Cuinn "northern" Ui Niaill Cenel Conaill Septs in their territory of Tir Conaill / Tyrconnell (The Land of 91.Conall Gulban.) in Co. Donegal in the north - west of the Ulster Province and he was to destroy their fortress of Aileach / Aitleach Neid in Ulster in 1101 AD. *108.Murrogh O Brian after ruling for 30 years was to retire to the monastery at Lismore in Co. Waterford in the south - east of the Munster Province in 1116 AD, and was to die in 1119 AD. 109.Mahon O Brian, one of his sons, is the direct ancestor of the Mac Mahons / Clann Mathgamain of Corca Baiscinn in the north - west of Co. Clare and the Cinneide Ochar there while his other son, 109.Donnell / Domhnall - the Shorthand was to produce 2 sons, 110.Conor O Brian and 110.Lewy / Lughaidh O Brian who were both to be killed in a battle in 1151 AD, which ended his aristocratic warrior male line to the Kingships also. 

108.Diarmait O Brian, another of the 4 sons of *107.Turlogh O Brian the previous 178th King of Ireland was to succeed his brother, *108.Murtough Mor O Brian when he retired in 1116 AD, but was to die in 1118 / 20 AD and was interred at Killaloe as the Heberian Dal gCais Ui Bloid Ui Turlogh Ui mBriain 45th King of Thomond / Northern Munster. 108.Diarmait O Brian was defeated by the Heremonian Dal Cuinn Ui Niall Septs and their kinsmen in the Connacht Province at Ruadh Beathach near Dunkellin in Co. Galway. He had married Sadb Mac Carthy, the daughter of 108.Teague Mac Carthy Mor the Heberian Eoghanacht Chaisil Prince / Tanaiste of Desmond in Co. Kerry in the south - west of the Munster Province, and he alone was to continue the direct aristocratic warrior male line of the Ui mBriain O Brians / O Briens as he had 3 sons including; 109.Teague / Tadhg Glae O Brian who was to become the Dal gCais 46b King of Cashel / Munster who was to die in 1154 AD, 109.Conor / Conchobar na Catharach O Brian who was to succeed his father was to die in 1142 AD whose son, 110.Murtough / Muirchertach O Brian was also to become the King of Northern Munster / Thomond who was to die in 1151 AD who in turn was to be the father of 111.Conor / Conchobar O Brian who was to die in 1168 AD, which was also to end their aristocratic warrior male line to the Kingships also. 108.Diarmait O Brian's other son to carry the male line forward was to be another,

109. Turlough O Brian, who was a brother to 109.Conor na Catharach O Brian, who he succeeded in 1142 AD, becoming the Heberian Dal gCais 46th King of Thomond / Northern Munster. He married twice, first to the daughter of Mac Carthy Mor, who died, and he then married Narait / Ragnait O Fogarty the daughter of O Fogarty of Eliogarty / Ely Deisceart in Co. Tipperary in the north - east of the Munster Province and they produced 5 sons, 110. Donnell / Domhnall Mor O Brian, 110.Murtough O Brian, 110.Brian O Brian of the Mountain the King of Ormond / North - Eastern Munster. 110.Diarmait O Brian, 110.Constantine / Consaidin Saidh - of Gentleness O Brian who became the Catholic Bishop of Killaloe, who was to die in 1194 AD who is the direct male line ancestor of the Mac Considines in Co. Clare. In 1151 AD 108.Teague O Brian, the uncle of this 109.Turlogh O Brian, went into battle  at Cluan na Catha near Ard Finan in Co. Tipperary in the north - east of Munster over who then had the real sovereignty in Munster and was to be defeated during the next year in 1152 AD and he was then involved in another battle at Barrymore in Co. Cork in Southern Munster where he was defeated again and 7,000 Dal gCais were killed on both sides. 110.Murtough O Brian another of the sons of 109.Turlogh O Brian was to be the King of Northern Munster / Thomond, after his father, and he was to be killed in 1168 AD in an internal dispute between the Dal gCais Septs under the direction of 110.Conor O Brian, and his brother 110.Donnell Mor O Brian, on his accession to the Kingship, and he was fined 3,000 cows under the Irish Brehon Law. This particular 109.Turlogh O Brian was to rule for 25 years in his own right and when he died on November 7th 1167 AD he was interred at Killaloe and his son who carried the male line forward was; 

110. Donnell /  Domhnall Mor O Brian who became 47th King of Munster in 1172 AD who was to be the last and would die in 1194 AD, well after the Anglo - Norman Invasion, and was to be married to 114.Orlacan Mac Murrogh the daughter of 113.Diarmait Mac Murrogh na Gall - of the Foreigners the Heremonian Ui Laoghaire Ui Lughaidh Cu Corb Ui Cheinnselaig 59th King of Leinster and his first wife the daughter of O Moore the Gaelic Milesian Irian Prince of Leix / Co. Laois in the north - west of Southern Leinster decended from *62.Rory Mor the 86th King of Tara / Ireland. Their daughter 111.Mor, was to marry 112.Cathal Craobh Dearg O Connor who was to die in 1224 AD as the Heremonian Dal Cuinn Ui Briuin Ai Siol Muireadhaigh Ui Conchobair 58th King of Connacht. 110.Donnell Mor O Brian and 114.Orlacan produced 9 sons including, 111. Donogh / Donnchad Cairbreach / Cairbre Aobha O Brian, 111. Murtogh Dall - the Blind O Brian the direct male line ancestor of the Clann Murtough Dall O Brian of the Ui Bloid Sept in the north - east of Co. Clare, 111.Conor Ruadh - of Red Complexion O Brian, 111. Murtogh Fionn - of Fair Complexion O Brian the direct male line ancestor of the Clan Turlough Fionn O Brian in the north - east of Co. Clare, 111.Donnell Conachtach O Brian the direct male line ancestor of the Clann Donnell Conachtaig O Brians of Echtage / Ara in Co. Tipperary in the north - east of Munster, 111.Brian O Brian of the Burren the direct male line ancestor of Clan Bhriain Boirnigh O Brians, 111.Conor O Brian the direct male line ancestor of the Clann Conor Guasaniagh O Brians, 111.Diarmait / Dermot Fiodhnuich O Brian the direct male line ancestor of the Clan Dermod Fiodhnigh O Brians. 110.Donnell Mor O Brian founded a church in 1169 AD at Cashel and in 1171 AD also founded a nunnery in Limerick City, and was to submit to Henry 11 the Norman English King in 1172 AD after Diarmait Mac Carthy Mor on the River Suir. In 1175 AD 110.Donnell Mor O Brian blinded Diarmait O Brian the son of Teague O Brian, and also Mahon O Brian the son of Turlogh O Brian who died soon after at Castleconnell. In 1176 AD 110.Donnell Mor O Brian was able to expel the Anglo - Normans out of Limerick City and killed most of Henry 11's garrison there, and in 1192 AD drove the English out of Upper Ormond / Aumhumhain, Ara and Coonagh where they had established themselves and he also regained all of the booty that they had taken previously from the Irish Chiefs. His eldest son who carried the male line forward was;                                    

111.Donough Cairbreach O Brian who constructed a palace at Clonroad in Ennis and married the daughter of Donogh O Kennedy the Dal gCais Ui Bloid Ui Turlogh King of Muscry Tire and produced a daughter 112.Sabina who was to marry Geoffrey O Donoghue from the Heberian Eoghanachta Sept in Killarney in Co. Kerry in the south - west of the Munster Province, and she along with her husband, his brother, and 3 of their sons were to be burnt to death in their own residence at Green Ford by Finghin Mac Donnell Mac Carthy. 111.Donogh Cairbreach O Brian who was to die in 1242 AD was to actually be the first to assume the O Brian surname and the title of Prince of Northern Munster / Thomond. He had 6 children including;112.Conor na Suibhdahaine O Brian, 112.Turlogh O Brian, 112.Murtogh O Brian, 112.Diarmait / Dermod O Brian, 112.Teague Dall O Brian. 112.Slaine O Brian his daughter was to die as the Abbess of Killowen in the Barony of the Islands in Co. Clare, which had been founded by her father in 1190 AD who also founded the Abbeys of Corcomroe in the Barony of the Burren in Co. Clare and Killcooly Abbey in the Parish of Slieve Aradh in Co. Tipperary in the north - east of the Munster Province, Galbally in the Parish of Galbally in the Barony of Costlea in Co. Limerick in the mid - north - west of Munster and the Franciscan monastery in Co. Clare. His eldest son who carried this particular male line forward was;

112.Conor Siubhdainech na Suibhdahaine O Brian who built the Abbey at Corcomroe in the Burren where he was to be killed by the O Loughlins / O Lochlainn from the Gaelic Milesian Irian Corca Baiscinn Sept in the north - west of Co. Clare, in the Wood of Sindan in the Burren in Co. Clare in 1268 AD and was interred there / or he may have been slain by Dermod O Brian the son of Murtough O Brian, and Brian O Brian the son of "The O Brian." He was married to Mor, the daughter of Mac Namara the Heberian Dal gCais Ui Caisin Ui Coileann Chief and they produced 3 sons Teague / Tadhg Caeluisge O Brian of the Narrow Waters, Brian Ruadh - of Red Complexion O Brian and Murtough O Brian who was his third son who left no legitimate issue.

113.Teague Caeluisge / Caol Uisge - of the Narrow Waters O Brian, the eldest son of 112.Conor na Suibhdahaine O Brian married Finola, the daughter of Kennedy O Brian, the son of Kennedy O Brian, the son of Murtough O Brian, and they had 2 sons, 114.Turlough Mor O Brian - of the Triumphs and 114.Donnell O Brian who were to defeat 113.Mahon O Brian the grandson of 111.Donnell Conachtach O Brian in a battle at the Abbey of Clare in 1276 AD. Prior to this in 1258 AD 113.Teague Cal Uisge O Brian attended a conference in the Ulster Province with Aodh O Connor to try and organise for 126.Brian Catha Duin O Niall who was then "The O Niall" to hold sovereignty over Ireland to try and end the English oppression.

114.Turlough Mor O Brian - of the Triumphs was to be the King of Northern Munster / Thomond for 29 years and during that time he built the castle at Clonroad, the Ennis Abbey and the town of Ennis itself, and also he fought "The Wars of Thomond," and was married 3 times, first to Sabina Mac Carthy, the daughter of Teague Mac Carthy of Dun mac Tomain, who was to die early on, and he then married Orflath / Aurnia Mac Carthy, the daughter of Donnell Oge Mac Carthy Mor, from whom he produced 115.Brian O Brian the direct male line ancestor of the Siol Bhriain na Gealt of Glen Cean and 115.Murtogh / Muirchertach O Brian the direct male line ancestor of the O Brians of Thomond and Inchiquin, 115.Dermot O Brian was to be a King of Northern Munster / Thomond for 20 years and die in 1364 AD, but he left no aristocratic warrior Issue. 114.Turlough Mor O Brian then married Sabina O Kennedy of Muscry Tire who produced 2 sons, 115.Conor O Brian and 115. Donnell O Brian. 115.Donogh O Brian another son, was also to be a King of Northern Munster / Thomond who was to be slain by 113.Murrough Mainchin O Brian, a son of 112.Mahon O Brian, a son of 111.Donnell Conachtach O Brian, on Slieve Carn in 1311 AD. 114.Turlough Mor O Brian died at his residence in 1306 AD.

115. Murtough O Brian, the second son of 114.Turlough Mor O Brian was the King of Northern Munster / Thomond for 30 years until he died in 1343 AD and was married twice, first to Sarah O Kennedy the daughter of O Kennedy of Ormond / North - East Munster, and then Edaoin / Edina Mac Gorman the daughter of his standard bearer, Mac Gorman of Ibrackan, who produced 3 sons including; 116.Mahon / Maithain O Brian of Mahon Hagh / Maon Maighe, 116.Turlogh Maol O Brian the second son is the direct male line ancestor of the O Brians of Bun - Cumeragh and Ballyetragh in Co. Waterford in the south - east of the Munster Province, and 116.Teague O Brian was to be his third son. 116.Turlogh Maol O Brien is the ancestor of 121.Anthony O Brien of Cumeragh Castle situated at the base of the Cumeragh Mountains who was pardoned by the English in 1549 AD and who was to be the father of 122.Turlough O Brien in 1598 AD the father of 123.Derby O Brien of Comeragh Castle in 1641 AD who died in 1656 AD while their Comeragh Castle was confiscated by Oliver Cromwell, and 4 of his 5 sons were hung and his other son, 124.John O Brien of Kilnafrahane escaped becoming the ancestor of their Sept at Ballyetragh who was to be the father of 125.Matthew O Brien the father of 126.John O Brien the father of 127.Matthew O Brien who married Mary Keating of Tubrid in Co. Tipperary and produced 128.Michael O Brien who married ? Rogers of Coolroe in Co. Waterford and produced 4 sons and 5 daughters, Matthew married Ellen the daughter of James Connolly who produced 3 sons and 3 daughters, Gerald, Thomas, Michael, Anne, Helen and Mary, Other sons of 128.Michael O Brien were 129.Thomas O Brien of Kilnafrahane and 129.Michael O Brien, while his daughters were Mary, Anne, Ellen, Eliza and Kate. 129.Pierce O Brien his eldest son was at Ballyetragh in Co. Waterford.

116. Mahon Maon Maighe O Brian of Mahon Hagh was to be the King of Northern Munster / Thomond for 8 years and died in 1369 AD and is the direct male line ancestor of the Siol mBriain of Carrig Og Conaill, while his son, 117.Conor / Brian Dubh O Brian together with his own sons became the first of the Ui mBriain Sept to cross the River Shannon into Carrigogunnell. (He was to die in 1426 AD.) 116.Mahon Maon Maighe O Brian had been fostered near Loughrea / Baile Locha Riabhach (The Town of the Grey Lake) in Co. Galway in Southern Connacht and married Winifred the daughter of O Connor Corc and produced 8 sons including; 117.Brian Catha an Aonaigh O Brian, 117.Conor O Brian who married Mary  the daughter of Teague O Brian the Chief of Coonagh and produced 118.Dermod O Brian, 118.Donnell O Brian who became the Catholic Bishop of Limerick and 118.Brian Dubh - of Dark Complexion O Brian the direct male line ancestor of the O Brians of Carrigogunnell / Carrig Og Conaill and Glin in Co. Limerick, 116. Mahon Maon Maighe O Brian's other sons where 117.Teague Baccach O Brian the direct male line ancestor of the O Brians of Ballygarridon, 117.Turlogh O Brian, 117.Murtogh O Brian, 117.Diarmait / Dermod O Brian, 117.Donnell O Brian who produced 2 sons. 116. Mahon Maon Maighe O Brian was to die in 1399 AD and he had previously banished the O Brians of the Cmarachs into the Decies region of Munster.

117. Brian Catha an Aonaigh O Brianwho gained his epiphet from the Battle of Nenagh / Aenach became the King of Thomond and ruled for 36 years and died in 1399 AD as the direct male line ancestor of the Siol mBriain na gCumrach, who was married twice, first to Slaine, the daughter of Lochlainn Laidir - the Strong Mac Namara, and they produced 118.Teige na Glaoidh Mor O Brian who was the King of Thomond for 23 years until he was deposed by his brother, 118.Mahon Dall - the Sightless O Brian in 1414 / 1438 AD, and died in 1438 / 1460 AD who was the father of 119.Turlough O Brian the father of 120.Brian O Brian the ancestor of the Siol Bhriain Debriortha - the Exile. Although he became the next King of Thomond he was to be deposed by his younger brother, 118.Turlough Bog - the Soft O Brian assisted by the Anglo - Norman Baron Mac William / Burke of Clanrickard. 118.Mahon Dall O Brian's son, 119.Donogh O Brian was to also become the King of Thomond until he too was to be deposed by 119.Teigue an Chomhaid O Brian. Secondly 117. Brian Catha an Aonaigh O Brian, married Margaret the daughter of James Fitz Gerald of Desmond and produced 118.Brian Udhar Catha O Brian the ancestor of the O Brians of Eachdroma.

118. Turlough Bog - the Soft O Brian, became the King of Thomond for 3 years who was their younger son who was to die in 1459 AD and was the hero of Glen Fogarty and Ballyanfoil, who had been married to Catherine, the daughter of Ulick Fitz Walter Burke, and produced 119.Teague an Chomhaid O Brian, 119.Donough / Teague the Catholic Bishop of Killaloe, 119.Conor Mor na Shrona - of the Big Nose O Brian who was to become the King of Thomond for 30 years, who is the direct male line ancestor of the O Brians of Sealhendhe in Co. Clare, 119.Turlough Oge Gilla Dubh / Gilla Duff O Brian was to be the King of Thomond for 3 years and the direct male line ancestor of the O Brians of Ballymacdoody, 119.Mahon O Brian of Kilclaney, 119.Kennedy O Brian, 119.Brian Ganeagh O Brian, 119.Murtogh Bog - the Soft O Brian who was to die in 1399 AD. 118.Turlough Bog O Brian was to die in 1496 AD and his son,

119.Teague / Tadhg an Chomhaid - of Castle Chomhad O Brian from the Burren, which he had constructed in 1459 AD during the rule of his father, was the King of Thomond, who was married to Annabella, the daughter of Ulick Burke the son of Ulick - of the Wine from the Clan Rickard. They had 6 sons including; 120.Turlough Donn - of Brown Complexion O Brian, 120.Donnell O Brian whose 3 sons,121.Brian O Brian, 121.Conor O Brian and 121.Murtogh O Brian held the territories of Tir Briain (The Land of *105.Brian) Cathnava, Dubh, Dun and Hogan all in Co. Clare. 120.Donogh O Brian of Dromfionglas who had 4 sons, 121.Murtough O Brian, 121.Teague O Brian, 121.Dermod O Brian, and 121.Brian na Corcaidh O Brian who divided his territory of Cahir Corcrain and Castletown amongst his own sons, 122.Mahon O Brian, 122.Murrough O Brian, 122.Conor O Brian, 122.Dermod O Brian, 122.Murtough O Brian and 122.Teague an Chomain O Brian,122.Murtough Garbh - the Rough O Brian,122.Murrough O Brian, 122.Dermod Cleireach of Cathnava na Madara O Brian who had 6 sons of his own including; 123.Donnell na Geall O Brian, 123.Murrough an Tarman O Brian, 123.Brian an Comlack O Brian, 123.Mahon O Brian, 123.Donogh O Brian, 123.Turlogh O Brian. 119.Teague an Chomhaid O Brian was to die in 1466 AD.      

120.Turlough Donn - of Brown Complexion  O Brian, who died in 1528 AD, was the King of Thomond for 29 years and married twice, first to Joan, the daughter of Thomas the eigth English Lord Fitz Maurice, and then to Raghnait Mac Namara, the daughter of John Mac Namara of the Heberian Dal gCais Ui Caisin Clan Coilcain who produced 121.Conor / Conchobar O Brian, 121.Donogh O Brian, 121.Murrogh / Murchad O Brien the Tannist who would become the first English Earl of Thomond and Baron of Inchiquin / Innse Ui Chuinn for 12 years who was to die in 1551 AD. 121.Teague O Brian who was killed by Pierce Butler, the English Earl of Ormonde, 121.Dermod O Brian, and 3 daughters,121.Margaret O Brian who married Owen O Rourke of Co. Leitrim, 121.Slaine O Brian who married Henry Oge O Niall the son of Henry O Niaill  the Heremonian Dal Cuinn "northern" Ui Niaill Cenel nEogain Prince of Ulster, 121.Fionola who married Manus O Donnell the Heremonian Dal Cuinn "northern" Ui Niaill Cenel Conaill Chief of Tir Conaill / Tyrconnell (The Land of 91.Conall Gulban.) 120.Turlough Donn O Brian died in 1528 AD and his eldest son was;

121.Conor / Conchobar O Brien, who was to die in 1540 AD, who married twice, first to Annabella, the daughter of Ulick Ruadh - of Red Complexion de Burgo of the Clan Rickard and produced 122.Donogh Ramhar - the Fat O Brien who began the White Castle at Clonroad. 122.Sir Donnell Cleireach O Brien the direct male line ancestor of the O Briens of Dough, Newtown and Ennistymon who was to die in 1579 AD. 121.Conor / Conchobar O Brien also married Alice, the daughter of Maurice Fitz Gerald the Anglo Norman Earl of Desmond and they had 4 sons, 122.Sir Turlough O Brian the Lord of Ibrackan,122.Teague / Tadhg O Brian of Ballincorrig whose daughter 123.Amory married John the Anglo Norman Knight of Kerry, 122.Murrogh / Murchad O Brian of Cahironanane whose only son 123.Dermod O Brian died young. 122.Murtogh / Muirchertach O Brian of Dromtyne who had 2 sons who both died. 121. Conor O Brian's son,

122. Donogh Ramhar O Brien - the Fat his eldest son was to be the appointed the second English Earl of Thomond who married Helena, the daughter of Pierce Butler the English Earl of Ormonde and produced 123.Conor O Brien who was to be the appointed third English Earl of Thomond, 123.Donnell O Brien the ancestor of the O Briens of Ballincorran in Co. Clare who was represented in 1741 AD by William O Brien, the son of Murrough na Buille O Brien. Of his daughters, 123.Margaret married Dermod O Brien the Lord of Inchiquin, 123.Honoria married Teague Mac Namara of the Clan Coilcain, 123.Mor married Theobold the son of William / Lord Castleconnell. His son,

123.Conor O Brien the third English Earl of Thomond finished the White Castle at Clonroad and married twice, first to Joanna the daughter of Thomas the sixteenth English Lord of Kerry and they produced a daughter who died, and he then married Winifred the daughter of Turlough O Brien of Ara who produced 124.Donogh O Brien, 124.Teague / Tadhg O Brien of Druim Mor who married Slania, the daughter of Teague O Brien, the son of Murrogh O Brien the English appointed first Earl of Inchiquin, who had Smithstown Castle / Ballygowan, and they produced 125.Turlough O Brien of Ballyslattery who married a daughter of Donogh O Brien of Leamanagh and produced 126.Conor O Brien, 126.Col Murtogh O Brien who married Joanna the daughter of Turlogh Mac Mahon of Clena and died. 126.Dermod O Brian who married Una the daughter of Donogh O Brian of Newtown.126.Sir Donnell O Brien the ancestor of the English Viscounts Clare from his third son 127.Conor O Brien. 123.Conor O Brien's eldest daughter Honoria O Brien married Thomas the eighteenth English Lord of Kerry, while another 124.Margaret O Brien married James the second Lord Dunboyne, and her sister, 124.Mary O Brien married Turlogh Ruadh Mac Mahon. 123.Conor O Brien died in 1580 AD.

124.Donogh O Brien the eldest son of 123.Conor O Brien became the English fourth Earl of Thomond and married Elizabeth the daughter of Gerald the eleventh English Earl of Kildare and produced 125.Henry O Brien the fifth English Earl of Thomond who married a daughter of Sir William Brereton the English Baron of Leighlin. His brother was Sir Donnell O Brien of Carraig an Chobhaigh. In 1601 AD 124.Donogh O Brien assisted the English against the Irish forces with 1,000 men who were mainly English and in May 1605 AD he was appointed the English President of Munster and the commander of the English Military Forces in the Munster Province on 25th. He died on the 5th September 1624 AD and was interred in the Cathedral Church in Limerick City.

125.Brian O Brien, his son, became the English sixth Earl of Thomond and they continued to marry with English women only from then on for political and economic circumstances and used only English names. His son,

126. Henry O Brien became the seventh English Earl of Thomond whose son was 127.Henry Horatio O Brien the father of;  128.Henry O Brien who became the eighth English Earl of Thomond who succeeded his grandfather in 1707 AD and died without legitimate heirs in 1741 AD.

     119.Teague / Tadhg an Chomhaid - of Castle Chomhad O Brian from the Burren's second son was;

    120.Donnell O Brien Bacach - the Lame who married Sabh the daughter of O Loughlin the Irian Prince of the Burren in Co. Clare and produced 4 sons, Brian, Teague, Conor of Carrowduff and Murtogh, and as the 2 older brothers had no issue their third son, 121.Conor of Carrowduff inherited their territories and married Cecelia O Dea the daughter of O Dea the the Heberian Dal gCais Prince of Ive Fearmaic and produced 122.Donogh O Brien of Carrowduff who married Honoria the daughter of O Hehir the Heberian Prince of Ive Cormaic and produced 2 sons, Dermod O Brien of Carrowduff and Conor O Brien the ancestor of the Ui Donnell Cam Sept, 123.Dermod O Brien of Carrowduff married Eleanor the daughter of Teague Mac Mahon of Dangan an Elly in Moyarta in Co. Clare and produced Donnell O Brien of Carrowduff and Murrogh. 124.Donnell O Brien of Carrowduff in 1652 AD had his territory confiscated by Oliver Cromwell  and was married to Honoria the daughter of O Connor of Corcomroe who produced 125.Brian O Brien of Co. Leitrim who under James 11's Act of Repeal in 1689 AD in the Parliament in Dublin gained back Carrowduff and married Mary the daughter of Lochlann Mac Considine of Lac in Co. Clare the Chief of his Sept, and produced 4 sons, Dermod who was in Lord Clare's Regiment, Turlogh. Teague of Lanna, Murrogh who died in 1774 AD who was a Captain in Lord Clare's Regiment in 1736 AD at Landrecies in France who married Maria Louisa the daughter of de Thomak and produced Brian who was also in Lord Clare's Regiment who died at Vitre in Brittany in 1758 AD, Florence Dermod  who was born at Landrecies in 1743 AD a Captain in Lord Clare's Regiment  in 1774 AD who married at Bogny in Reims Maria Theresa de Covarrubias de Leyva the daughter of Charles the Marquis de Covarrubias and produced Marie Theresa Thadea O Brien in 1780. 126.Turlogh O Brien of Co. Leitrim the second son of 125.Brian O Brien of Co. Leitrim whose mother was Catherine the daughter of Geoffrey O Connell of Brentry, had 2 sons and one daughter, 126.Turlogh of Co. Leitrim, and John who married Miss Foster of Kells and had Terence who died in 1829 AD, and the daughter was Catherine a Nun, 127.Turlogh O Brien of Cross / Elmvale married Eleanor  the daughter of Murrogh O Hogan of Cross whose mother was Eleanor Butler, and produced 2 sons and one daughter, 128.James of Limerick their second son was born in 1806 married Margaret who died in 1839 who was the daughter of Peter Long of Co. Waterford who produced 4 sons, John O Brien, Peter b.1799, Terence b.1802 and James b.1806 M.P. father of 129.John O Brien who died in 1855 was interred at Dublin and was married to Ellen who died in 1869 the daughter of Jeremiah Murphy of Cork who produced 6 sons and 4 daughters. James, Jerome, John, William, Peter. 130.James O Brien of Ballynalaken in Co. Clare their eldest son born 1632 married Georgina the widow of Francis Mac Namara M.P. of Calcutt in Co. Clare.

      121.Conor / Conchobar O Brien's second son was;

     122.Sir Donnell O Brien  who married his cousin, Slaine the daughter of 126.Murtogh O Brien the first English Earl of Thomond who had been the widow of Patrick the twelth English Lord of Kerry and produced Sir Turlogh O Brien, Murtogh who married Mary French, Conor who married the daughter of Teague Mac Mahon of Carrig an Ultach / Carrigaholt  and produced Mary who married Teague  Mac Namara and produced a son, Daniel. Of 122.Sir Donnell O Brien's 3 daughters, Mary married Turlogh Ruadh Mac Mahon and produced 2 daughters, one of whom married O Donnell the first English Earl of Tir Connell and the other married Matthew Maol Mac Mahon of Clynagh. Another of his daughters Sarah married O Sullivan Beare and the other Finola's second husband was Anthony O Loughlin of the Burren in Co. Clare. 123.Sir Turlogh O Brien, his eldest son, married Annabella  the daughter of Sir ? Lynch of Galway and produced Donnell O Brien, Donogh of Newtown Castle who married Margaret the daughter of Sir John Bourke of Derrymaclaghna and produced Slaine who married Conor O Brien of Leamanagh, and Conor who married Elena the daughter of Sir Dermod O Shaughnessy of Gort in Co. Galway and produced Donogh who married Martha the daughter of Henry Ivers of Dough. 124.Donnell O Brien married Ellen the daughter of Edmond Fitz Gerald the Knight of the Glin and produced Teague O Brien, Murtogh who married Slaine the daughter of John Mac Namara of Moyriesk, Mary who married Sir James Mac Donnell and Honoria who married Conor the second Lord Clare.125.Teague O Brien of Dough married Mor the daughter of Murtogh O Brien of Ara and produced Donogh O Brien, Murtogh who married Mary the daughter of Turlogh O Neill. 126.Donogh O Brien of Dough married Honoria the daughter of Conor O Brien of Leamanagh and produced 127.Christopher O Brien of Ennistymon who married twice, first to Elizabeth the daughter of Theobold Matthew of Thomastown in Co. Tipperary and produced Donogh, Elizabeth who married twice, first to Charles Mac Donnell and secondly to Thomas Keane. He later married Mary the daughter of Randal Mac Donnell and produced Edward and James. 127.Edward O Brien of Ennistymon his second son married Susanna the daughter of Henry O Brien of Stone Hall and produced 129.Christopher, Mary, Anne and Harriett.

      123.Connor O Brien's the third English Earl of Thomond third son was;

      124.Sir Donnell O Brien Lord of Moyarta and Carrigaholt / Carrignoulta, who was created the first Viscount Clare by Charles 11 the Stuart King of England in 1662 AD, and was married to Catherine the daughter of Gerald Fitz Gerald the English Earl of Desmond, and died in 1662 AD. His son, 125.Connor O Brien was the second Viscount Clare who died in 1670 AD as the father of 126.Daniel O Brien who was the third Viscount Clare who was killed at the Battle of the Boyne, whose son 127.Charles O Brien was the fifth Viscount Clare who was killed at Ramillies in May 1706 AD and interred in the Irish monastery at Bruxielles in France and was the father of 128,Charles O Brien the sixth Viscount Clare who died in 1761 AD who had joined in with France and was married to Mary Genevieve Louisa Ganthier de Chiffreville in Normandy who produced 129.Charles O Brien the seventh Viscount Clare who died in Paris in December 1774 AD who saved the day for France at the Battle of Fontenoy. 125.Murrogh O Brien an Casa his third son migrated to Co. Kerry to the protection of his kinsman, The Mac Carthy Mor, and was to be the father of 126.Murrough O Brien who married the daughter of O Rourke and produced 128.Brian Ban O Brien who married Ellen Moriarty  and produced 129.Teague O Brien their eldest son who married Joanna Moriarty and produced 130.Brian O Brien of Co. Kerry who was born in 1740 AD and who in 1797 AD married Ellen the daughter of Justin Mac Carthy whose mother was Joanna Conway.

       112.Conor Siubhdainech na Suibhdahaine O Brian's second son was;

      113.Brian Ruadh O Brian was slain at Bunratty Castle by Thomas de Clare the Anglo Norman Baron who tried to take over Co. Clare. and was the father of 6 sons, Donogh O Brian who was the King of Thomond for 7 years until he was drowned in the River Fergus in 1284 AD who was himself the father of 5 sons Dermod, Mahon, Teague, Conor na Feasoige and Murtogh Gharbh. 113.Brian Ruadh's other 5 sons Donnell, Murtogh, Teague Ruadh, Brian and Turlogh, 114.Donnell O Brian the second son, married Margaret the daughter of Turlogh Dubh  Mac Mahon of Clondiralla and produced Brian of Ara, Donogh and Donnell. 115.Brian O Brian of Ara a small mountain region south of Loch Dearg and north of the Keeper Hills in Co. Tipperary who married the daughter of Henry de Burgo and produced 116.Murrogh na Ranaighe O Brian who married Mor the daughter of O Kennedy of Ormond and produced 117.Turlogh O Brian who married Honoria the daughter of de Barry Oge of Buttevant, and produced 118.Teague O Brian the father of 119.Donnell Mor O Brian the father of 120.Murtogh Caoch O Brian the father of 121,Turlogh O Brian who married Mor the daughter of Donogh O Carroll  and produced 5 sons and one daughter including, Murtogh, Donogh, Turlogh Carrach of Bealanath and Cnockan an Enfin Castles, Teague na Buile of Castle Kilcolman, Murrogh an Tuath of Aos Greine Castle, and Winifred who married Conor O Brien the the third English Earl of Thomond. 122.Murtogh O Brian the eldest son had Monroe, Pallas, Cahir Connor and Castletown Castles who became a non - Catholic minister and was appointed to the See of Killaloe and died in 1613 AD leaving 2 sons and 4 daughters, Sir Turlogh, John and Slaine who married Teague O Brien the son of Murtogh O Brien the Baron of Inchiquin, Honoria, Mor and Margaret, 123.Sir Turlogh O Brien married a sister of Donnell O Brien of Annagh and died in 1626 AD.  

       120.Turlough Don O Brian the King of Thomond's third son was;

        121.Murrough O Brien who in 1543 AD dispossessed his nephew, 122.Donogh O Brian the King of Thomond and became the new King of Thomond and went to England and submitted to Henry V111 and was appointed the first English Earl of Thomond and first Baron of Inchiquin,  guaranteeing that he would become English in all matters leaving the Dal gCais / Dalcassians basically leaderless as a Gaelic Milesian Sept. He was married to Eleanor the daughter of Thomas Fitz Gerald the Knight of the Valley and he was to die in 1551 AD, after they had produced 3 sons and 3 daughters, 122.Dermod, 122.Teague of Smithstown Castle who married Mor the daughter of Donnell O Brien and they produced Turlogh and Honoria who married Richard Wingfield the ancestor of the English Viscounts Powerscourt, Slaine married Teague O Brien the son of Connor the third English Earl of Thomond and Hannah married Donogh O Brien.  Of his 3 daughters, Margaret who was born in 1535 AD  married Richard the second English Earl of Clanricarde, Slaine married secondly Sir Donnell O Brien of Dough and Honoria married Sir Dermod O Shaughnessy of Gort. 122. Dermod O Brien his eldest son, who died in 1557 AD became the second English Baron of Inchiquin only. as 122.Donogh Ramhar O Brien, his cousin, became the second English Earl of Thomond. 123.Murrogh O Brien, his son, became the third English Baron of Inchiquin who was married to Annabella the daughter of Christopher Nugent the ninth English Lord Delvin, and was to die in 1573 AD as the father of; 124.Murrogh O Brien who became the fourth English Baron of Inchiquin who married Margaret the daughter of Sir Thomas Cusack the English Lord Chancellor and English Lord Justice of the Pale, and produced 125.Dermod, 125.Teague who married Slaine the daughter of Murrough O Brien of Ara and Slaine who married William Dongan of Dublin, and was to die in 1597 AD. His eldest son, 125.Dermod O Brien was the 5th English Baron of Inchiquin who married Ellen the daughter of Sir Edward Fitz Gerald of Ballymoe and Cloyne, and produced 4 sons and 3 daughters, 126.Murrogh O Brien, Henry, Christopher who became a Lieutenant Colonel for the Irish Confederacy at Kilkenny and the Baron of Inchiquin  and married Honoria the daughter of Turlogh Mac Mahon of Clonderlaw. One daughter, Honoria married Anthony Stoughton of Rattoo in Co. Kerry. His oldest son; 126.Murrogh O Brien an Toitean - of the Burnings became the sixth English Baron of Inchiquin  and the first English Earl of Inchiquin and married Elizabeth the daughter of Sir William Ledger the English appointed President of Munster and produced William, John, Elizabeth, Honoria, Mary and Finola. 127.William O Brien his eldest son was the second English Earl of Inchiquin who died at his castle at Rostellan near Cloyne in 1691 AD who had married Mary the daughter of Edward Villiers and produced 128.James who was his second son who died in 1771 AD who was the M.P. for Youghal whose second son, 129.Edward who was to die in 1801 AD was the father of 130.James who was the third English Marquis of Thomond who died in 1855 AD, and the English Earldom of Thomond died with him becoming extinct, while the English Barony of Inchiquin then went to 131.Sir Lucius O Brien of Dromoland from the Sept below. 128.Donnell O Brien, a younger brother of 128.James above, migrated to Co. Waterford and died in 1768 whose son, 129.James O Brien was born in 1730 and died in 1800 and was the father of 130.John O Brien who was born in 1765 and died in 1840, who was married to Catherine who was to die in 1860 the daughter of Matthew Carroll of Lahardown near Portlaw in Co. Waterford, a descendant of the Carrolls of Littleluna in Co. Offaly, and produced 7 sons and 4 daughters. 131.Martin O Brien  who was to die in 1858 was married to Honoria Mullen and produced 4 sons and 2 daughters who all migrated to the U.S.A., John, Thomas who married Ann Dean from Co. Mayo and produced one son and 4 daughters, Martin, Mary Anne, Cecelia Clara, Amelia and Ann. Michael was his third son and Matthew Patrick his 4th son, while his 2 daughters were Mary and Bridget. 132,John O Brien b.1829 and died in 1865 who was his eldest son married Margaret Cusack from Co. Cavan and produced 133.Thomas O Brien b.1861.

     121.Murrough O Brian the first English Earl of Thomond's third son was;  

    122.Donogh O Brien, who was the youngest brother of 122.Dermod O Brien, was to die in 1582 AD, as the ancestor of the O Briens of Dromoland Castle, as his father had given him the castles and territories of Dromoland, Leamanagh, Bally Connelly, Corcomroe etc, and he had married Slaine the daughter of John Mac Namara Fionn of Cratloe and they produced 2 daughters, Margaret and Finola who married Uaithne O Loughlin of Moyrin in Co. Clare, and a son, 123.Connor O Brien of Leamanagh who was to die in 1603 AD who was married to Slaine the daughter of Sir Turlough O Brien of Dough Castle and produced 124.Donogh O Brien who was knighted by Charles 1st and died in 1634 AD  and was married to Honoria the daughter of Richard Wingfield the ancestor of Viscounts Powerscourt and produced 3 sons and one daughter, Connor, Donogh of Tobbermaile, Murrough who married Hannah the daughter of his kinsman, Turlogh O Brien of Cluonan and produced Teague, Margaret who married Turluogh O Brien the son of Teague O Brien of Dromore. 125.Connor O Brien of Leamanagh who died in 1651 AD who was his eldest son married Mary the daughter of Sir Turlogh Mac Mahon and produced 2 sons and 2 daughters, Sir Donogh O Brien, Teague who married the daughter of Capt. Edward Fitz Gerald of Carrigowrane, Honoria who married Donogh O Brien of Dough, Mary who married Donogh Mac Namara. 126.Sir Donogh O Brien of Leamanagh and Dromoland who died in 1717 AD was created a Baronet in 1686 AD and was married twice, first to Lucia the daughter of Sir George Hamilton and produced Lucius O Brien and secondly to Eliza the daughter of Major Deane and produced Henry, Honoria, Elizabeth. 127.Lucius O Brien who died in 1717 AD was married to Catherine the daughter of Thomas Keightley of Hertfordshire and produced 2 sons and 2 daughters, Sir Edward O Brien, Thomas, Anne and Lucia. 128.Sir Edward O Brien of Dromoland was the second English Baronet who died in 1765 who was married to Mary the daughter of Hugh Hickman of Fenloe and produced Sir Lucius Henry O Brien, Donogh, Edward, Henrietta, Anne, Mary, Catherine who married Charles Mac Donnell of New Hall in Ennis and Lucia. 129.Sir Lucius Henry O Brien of Dromoland who was the third English Baronet died in 1795 AD, who in 1768 AD had married Nichola the daughter of Robert French M.P. of Monivea Castle  in Co. Galway, and produced Sir Edward O Brien, Lucius, Robert. Donogh, Henry and Nichola. 130.Sir Edward O Brien of Dromoland who was the fourth English Baronet, who died in 1837 AD, who married in 1799 AD Charlotte the daughter of William Smith of Cahirmoyle Newcastle West in Co. Limerick and produced 5 daughters, Granna, Anne, Harriet, Catherine,  Leney and 4 sons, Sir Lucius O Brien, William Smith O Brien M.P. born October 17th 1803 AD who married in 1832 AD Lucy Caroline who died in 1861 AD the eldest daughter of Joseph Gabbet of Limerick, and produced Charlotte Grace and Miss C.G.O Brien of Emigration fame in Ireland, Edward William O Brien of Cahirmoyle Co. Limerick born 1837 AD . After an illustrious career in defence of the Irish tenants William Smith O Brien died in Wales and was interred at Rathronan in Co. Limerick. Robert and Henry O Brien. 131.Sir Lucius O Brien of Dromoland was the fifth English Baronet  and thirteenth English Baron of Inchiquin  who had been born in 1800 AD and was to die in 1872 AD, who married twice, first to Mary the daughter of William Fitz Gerald  of Adelphi in Co. Clare and produced one son and 3 daughters. Lucius Edward O Brien, Donogh, Juliana Cecilia b.1839, Charlotte Anne b.1840, Mary Grace b.1848, secondly he married in 1854 Louisa the daughter of James Finucane. 131,Lucius Edward O Brien was to be the father of 132.Edward Donogh O Brien the sixth English Baronet and fourteenth English Baron of Inchiquin who was born 1837 AD.

 

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