85.Cian - 129. O Carroll
85.Cian / Keen, was one of the 9 sons of 84.Ailill Oluimm the Celtic Gaelic Milesian Heberian 1st King of Munster, and a brother to 85.Eoghan Mor the direct male line ancestor of the Heberian Eoghanachta Septs in Desmond / Southern Munster and also of 85.Cormac Cass the direct male line ancestor of the Heberian Dal gCais / Dalcassians in Tuaisceart Mhumhain / Thomond / Northern Munster. 85.Cian is the direct male line ancestor of all of the Heberian Cianachta Septs / Family branches who had their kingdom of Eile mainly in the south of Co. Offaly in Southern Leinster and in the north of Co. Tipperary in the very north of the Munster Province under the Heberian Cianacht O Carrolls. There were also their original Cianachta Sept in Breagh / Brega in Co. Meath in the south - east of Northern Leinster established by his son, 86.Teague mac Ciain, another at Glinne Gemhin in Co. Derry in the north - east of the Ulster Province under the Heberian Cianacht O Connors, and in Co. Sligo in the north - west of the Connacht Province under the Heberian Cianacht O Haras and O Garas. The Heberian Cianachta also had many other Septs throughout Ireland where they had become the overall rulers as the aristocratic warrior class in those regions, which was due to the Heberian Cianachta Families' ongoing commitment to their maternal kinsmen the Heremonian Dal Cuinn Sept and also to their descendants the "northern" and "southern" Ui Niaill Tuatha / Family regions.
After the removal of *58.Lewy / Lughaidh mac con - the son of the Hound who had also been 85.Cian's older half - brother, and the Gaelic Ithian Darinian 113th King of Tara / Ireland, 85.Cian's son, 86.Teague / Tadhg mac Cian, was to go very close to obtaining the territory surrounding Tara for himself after assisting his second - cousin, *85.Cormac mac Airt the future Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Dal Cuinn 115th King of Tara / Ireland physically to eventually regain and hold onto the Heremonian Kingship of Tara / Ireland.
226 AD. *85.Fergus / Fearghus Duibh Deadach, a son of 84.Imchad became the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Dal Fiatach 114th King of Tara / Ireland for only one year as he was killed in the Battle of Crinna in the kingdom of Meath / Midlands / Midhe in the south of Northern Leinster by Lewy / Lughaidh Lagha who was also standing up for the rights of *85.Cormac mac Airt to the Kingship of Ireland. As the Heremonian Dal Fiatach forces retreated back up north towards the Ulster Province across the Heremonian Dal Cuinn kingdom of Breagh / Brega in the east of Meath, his two brothers were also killed, 85.Fergus - of the Long Hair and 85.Fergus Caisfhiaclach - the Fiery aka - of the Crooked Teeth. 86.Teague mac Cian and Lewy Lagha took *85.Cormac mac Airt's part on this occasion with 86.Teague mac Cian previously receiving the promise from *85.Cormac mac Airt that he could have all of the territory he could drive around in his chariot in one day, but after the battle *85.Cormac mac Airt had 86.Teague mac Cian's chariot driver take the worn out weary warrior back towards Dublin instead, and 86.Teague mac Cian was not pleased as he intended to drive around Tara, "For he who holds Tara holds Ireland. After they both settled down *85. Cormac mac Airt gave him the territory instead at Magh Breagh for his Heberian Cianachta Sept as his reward, which was a large east coastal territory extending from the River Liffey in Co. Dublin in the north - east of Southern Leinster northwards to Drumskin in Co. Louth in the north - east of Northern Leinster.
86.Teague mac Cian had 5 aristocratic warrtior sons (1) 87.Conley / Connla who became the head of the Heberian Cianachta Sept, (2) 87.Cormac Gailsang who is the direct male line ancestor of the O Haras, the O Garas and the O Caseys (3) 87.Cormac an Chaile who became the direct male line ancestor of not only the Muintir Chormaic (Kindred of 87.Cormac) but also the Muintir Cholgan (Kindred of Colgan), (4) 86.Eochy / Eochaidh, (5) 87.Murtaugh / Muirchertach was to leave no issue. *86.Teague mac Ciain's first son;
87.Conley / Connla became the direct male line ancestor of the Heberian Cianachta Ui Conchaibhain Sept in the Ulster Province. and in turn one of his sons, 88.Fionnachta was to become the aristocratic warrior vmale line ancestor of the O Meaghers / O Mahers, and the father of 89.Feigth who became the male line ancestor of the O Flanagans from the Heberian CIanachta Cenel Aga. Another of 87.Conley's sons was;
88.Fionnchadh Uallach who was to be the father of 89.Earc the father of 90.Drui who was the father of 91.Ard the father of 92.Meachar the father of 93.Tal the father of 94.Feagh the father of 95.Binne the father of 96.Lonan the father of 97.Ultan the father of 98.Tomchadh the father of;
99.Eile Righ Dearg - the Red King after whom their kingdom of Eile was named, who was to be the father of 100.Mulroney / Maol Ruanaidh, which was to become a very popular first name among the O Carrolls of Eile. His son; 101.Aineach was the father of 102.Seachnusach the father of 103.Cnaimhin the father of 104.Dubhluidhe the father of 105.Aed / Aodh the father of
106.Carroll / Cerball the direct áristocratic warrior male line ancestor of the Heberian Cianachta O Carrolls / Ui Cearbhall who was the father of 107.Maonoch the father of 108.Cu Coirneach O Carroll the father of 109.Riordan / Reardon / Riogh Bhardan - royal poet O Carroll the father of;
110.Riordan / Rioghbhardan O Carroll the aristocratic warrior male line ancestor of the Cuilna ghFearnog Sept and the father of 110.Donnell / Domhnall O Carroll who was to be the father of 111. Fionn O Carroll the father of 112.Mulroney / Maol Ruanaidh O Carroll the father of 113.Donough / Donnchad O Carroll the father of 114.Goll an Bhealaigh O Carroll who was the first to acquire Magh an Bhealaigh, and who was the father of;
115.Dunleavy / Duinnshleibhe O Carroll the male line ancestor of the Sliocht Breachma Sept, and 115.Donough / Donnchad O Carroll the male line ancestor of the Priors / Mac An Phriora of Saighir, and also of 115.Fionn O Carroll the Heberian Cianachta King of Ely who was to be slain in 1205 AD, the father of 116.Teague / Tadhg O Carroll the Chief of Ely who was the father of 117.Donnell O Carroll and 117.Mulroney O Carroll.
117.Donnell / Domhnall O Carroll was to be the Heberian Cianachta King of Eile at the time of the Anglo - Norman Invasion in the 12th Century AD, and he is the direct aristocratic warrior male ancestor of the Clann Mheic Domhnaill Families of Coill Meadhoin and Mac Murtaugh / Mheic Muirchertaigh, and of the Families of Giolla Fionn of Leim and he was also the father of; 118.Donough Dhearg who became the Chief of Ely who died in 1306 AD. In turn he was the father of 119.William - the Handsome the Chief of Ely who was the father of; 120.Donough who was also the Chief of Ely who died in 1377 AD the father of 121.Rory the father of 122.Daniel the father of 123.Rory the father of 124.Donough the father of; 125.Teige the father of 126.Donough the father of 127.Daniel the father of 128.Anthony the father of 129.Daniel of Litterluna who had 4 sons, Charles, Thomas, John who died in 1733 AD and 130.Anthony of Lisheen Boy who died in 1724 AD who had 4 sons of his own, Daniel, Michael, James and Charles O Carroll.
117.Mulroney / Maol Ruanaidh O Carroll was to be the father of 118.William O Carroll the father of 119.Rory / Ruaidri O Carroll the father of 120.John O Carroll the direct aristocratic warrior male line ancestor of the Clann Mheic Seaain of Baile Nua who was also The O Carroll in his own right until the sons of Mahon O Ceacain slew him in Lios Bualtruighe. 119.Rory O Carroll's other son 120.Teague / Tadhg Caille O Carroll was to be the father of 121.Rory / Ruaidri Caol O Carroll who was also The O Carroll who became the aristocratic warrior ancestor of the Ruaidhri Caol Sept, and of 121.Donnell / Domhnall the owner of Cill Cuimin. His other son was also Teague / Tadhg Aible Mhaige Glaise O Carroll the father of Donough / Donnchad Dall - the Blind O Carroll the owner of Biorra who was also to be The O Carroll, and of Connla O Carroll. While his other son was;
122.Mulroney / Maol Ruanaidh na Feasoige O Carroll the father of 123.William O Carroll of Corran Chlibhain who was also The O Carroll, 123.Teague / Tadhg O Carroll of Cluain O gClonach and Culog, 123.Owney / Uaithne O Carroll of Bealach Mor, 123.Mulroney / Maol Ruanaidh Oge - the Younger O Carroll of Tulach, 123.Rory / Ruaidri Carrach O Carroll of Cluain Eachaill. Their mother was Beibhinn the daughter of O Dempsey. His other son was;
123.John O Carroll the father of Owney / Uaithne O Carroll who was also The O Carroll, Donough / Donnchad O Carroll who was also to be The O Carroll - the Parson. All were sons of a daughter of Mac Namara. Another son, 124.Donough O Carroll was to become the direct aristocratic warrior male line ancestor of the Siol gCearbhaill Sept of Magh Dreimhne through his descendants 125.Calbhach O Carroll, 126.Mulroney O Carroll, 127.Owney / Uaithne O Carroll and 128.John O Carroll. 124.Donough's other son, 125.Teague / Tadhg O Carroll was to be the direct male line ancestor of the Families who had their territory at Buaile Bhreac.
123.John O Carroll was also to be the father of; 124.Mulroney / Maol Ruanaidh O Carroll who was to be the father of 125.William an Cuisuinach O Carroll. Their mother was a daughter of Mac Murrough. His other son was; 125.Fear Gan Ainm O Carroll the father of 126.Teague / Tadhg Caoch O Carroll who was also to be The O Carroll. Anothr son was 126.William Odhar O Carroll the father of 127.Teague / Tadhg O Carroll whose son was also 128.Teague / Tadhg O Carroll of Baile an Chnocain. His other son was 128.Mulroney / Maol Ruanaidh O Carroll the father of 129. John O Carroll.
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