85.Cormac Cass - 91.Cas.
85.Cormac Cass - of the Curly Hair was the Heberian 2nd King of Munster, and the 1st King of Tuaisceart Mhumhain / Thomond / Northern Munster, who was the second eldest son of 84.Ailill Oluimm the Gaelic Milesian Heberian 1st King of Munster and 84.Sadbhd one of the daughters of *83.Conn - of the Hundred Battles the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim 110th King of Tara / Ireland the aristocrtic warrior male line ancestor of all of the Dal Cuinn (People of *83.Conn) Septs in Ireland. 84.Ailll Oluimm had been the son of 83.Mogha Nuadhat the Gaelic Milesian Heberian King of Mogha's Half / Southern Ireland , which had then been composed of Southern Leinster, the kingdom of Ossory nearby in Southern Leinster and the whole of the Munster Province. 85.Cormac Cass had been married to 84.Samer / Samhair, who was a sister to the famous poet and Heremonian Ui Laoghaire Ui Lughaidh Fianna Leinster warrior and poet, 84.Ossian, whose father had been 83.Finn mac Coole / Fionn mac Cumhail the brilliant leader of the Fianna Warriors. 85.Cormac Cass in his own right was to become the direct aristocratic warrior ancestor of the Tuadh Mhumhain / Thomond Sept / Family branch who had their territory in the north of the Munster Province, who would later still evolve into the Heberian Dal gCais / Dalcassian Septs there in Northern Munster on both the western and eastern side of the River Shannon. In the early 4th Century AD the Heberian Septs descended from 85.Cormac Cass would expand their kingdom to the west across the River Shannon to take in the territory of Aidhne situated geographically then in the south of the Connacht Province that is now know as Co. Clare, while their original territory in Northern Munster / Thomond before this was to be in the north of Co. Tipperary and the north of Co. Limerick running across to the east coast to Co. Waterford on the eastern side of the River Shannon.
84.Ailill Oluimm as the 1st King of Munster was to ensure that his second oldest son who had survived, 85.Cormac Cass, would rule after him in the Munster Province, and therefore after his demise 85.Cormac Cass would become the 2nd King of Munster. In the meantime, 84.Oilioll Oluimm was to be informed that 85.Eoghan Mor - the Greater his oldest deceased son, had conceived a son from a daughter of a Druid before he had been killed in the battle against 58.Lewy mac con - the son of the Hound who had been his older Gaelic Ithian half - brother. *84.Ailill Oluimm then decreed that the descendants of both his two eldest sons should in the future share the Kingship of Munster between them, but over time, the descendants of 85.Cormac Cass were to eventually only rule mainly in Tuaisceart Mhumhain / Thomond / Northern Munster, and within 6 generations his descendants there were to become the Heberian Dal gCais (The People of 91.Cas) descending from his descendant, 91.Cas and his 12 sons. The descendants of his older deceased brother, 85.Eoghan Mor, who would emanate from his young son born after his demise, and known as 86.Fiacha Muillethan - of the Flat Head would rule in Des Mhumhain / Desmond / Southern Munster were he became the direct aristocratic warrior ancestor of the Heberian Eoghanachta (The People of 85.Eoghan Mor.) who would eventually gain the upper hand also in the scheme of things in the Munster Province becoming the outright Heberian Eoghanachta Kings of Cashel / Munster up to the end of the 10th Century AD.
85.Cormac Cass was to defeat the warriors of Leinster in the Battle of Iorras Damsha, Carmen / Wexford, Liamhan / Dunlaven, Tara, Teltown and Connacht Province in the Battle of Cruachan in Co. Roscommon. but was to be severely wounded by a spear in the head in the Battle of Cnoc Samhna in Mogha's Half, inflicted by 95.Eochy / Eochaidh Abradruad - of the Red Eyebrows who was then the Heremonian Ui Laoghaire Ui Lughaidh Cu Corb King of Leinster, and he was to eventually die from the wounds received in that particular battle after lingering in terrible agony for another 13 years, at Duntrileague / Dun - tri - liag (The Fort of the 3 Pillar Stones) in Co. Limerick in the mid - north - west of the Munster Province, which had been constructed there especially for him. His son;
167 AD. 86.Mogh Corb was born this year to Oruind the daughter of the King of Denmark, and he would become the future Heberian King of Munster, which he was to rule over for 20 years, and die a natural death in his old age although he would be involved in the Battle of Gabhra / Garristown near Dublin in Mogha's Half in the north - east of Southern Leinster against *86.Cairpre Liffeachair - of the Liffey who would be at that time expressing his overall authority over the region as the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Dal Cuinn 117th King of Tara / Ireland. (*86.Cairpre Liffeachair was a son of *85.Cormac mac Airt - the Magnificent the previous Gaelic Milesian 115th King of Tara / Ireland, the son of *81.Art Aonfhir - the Lonely the previous Gaelic Milesian 112th King of Tara / Ireland, the son of *83.Conn - of the Hundred Battles the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim 110th King of Tara / Ireland ancestor of all of the Dal Cuinn Septs. 86.Mogh Corb was to be the father of;
198 AD. 87. Fear Corb who was born this year, who would also become the Heberian King of Munster for 7 years distinguishing himself in the Battle of Tlachtga and the Battle of Teltown against the Heremonian Ui Laoghaire Ui Lughaidh Cu Corb Septs in Southern Leinster, once again in Mogha's Half, and at the Battle of Teltown he would slay Tinne, the son of Triune, also a distinguished aristocratic warrior, and he would also defeat the Septs from the Connacht Province in the Battle of Cearra, the Battle of Corann and the Battle of Rath Croghan with great slaughter.
232 AD 87.Fear Corb was to be the father of; 88,Angus / Oenghus Tireach - the Wanderer who was to become the father of;
286 AD. 89.Lewy / Lughaidh Meann - of the Irish Sea who was born this year, whose mother was from the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim Deis Bec Sept who had been previously driven out of the south - east of Northern Leinster down into Co. Waterford due to a conflict over sovereignty that had occurred between their ancestor, 81.Angus Gaibhuaibhtheach, and his Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim Dal Cuinn kinsman, *85.Cormac mac Airt the Gaelic Milesian 115th King of Tara / Ireland. Overtime the Deis Bec Septs were to settle into the territory previously given to them there by 84.Ailill Oluimm the Heberian 1st King of Munster in the east of the Munster Province, situated between the Gaelic Milesian Heberian Septs descended from 37.Heber Fionn, and the Gaelic Ithian Darinian Ui Luighe Septs in Southern Munster descended from 37.Lewy / Lughaidh and 36.Ithe the Gaelic aristocratic warrior ancestors of all of the Ithian Septs.
290 AD 88.Aengus / Aeneas Tireach - the Wanderer, the son of 87.Fear Corb, had become the Heberian King of Munster, who during his particular rule was known for being firm in keeping the Irish Brehon Law, and for showing impartial judgment, and had been involved in the Battle of Cliodhna near Clonakilty in Co. Cork in Southern Munster.
312 AD. *90.Conall Each Luath - of the Fleet Steeds, who was a son of *89.Lewy Meann - of the Irish Sea the future Heberian King of Thomond / Northern Munster, was born this year.
315 AD. 89.Lewy Meann - of the Irish Sea, the son of 88.Aengus Tireach was to become the Heberian King of the Tuadh Mhumhain / Thomond / Northern Munster Septs and expand their kingdom further by crossing over the River Shannon into Aidhne in the west in the south - eastern part of the Connacht Province now known as Co. Clare in the north - west of the Munster Province, and gained initial overall authority over the various Fir Bolg Septs there taking it as "sword land" and joined it to Thomond / Northern Munster, and in the future his descendants the Heberian Dal gCais / Dalcassian Septs that were to evolve there, having previously won the eastern part of Co. Clare from the south of Connacht would not pay tribute for it to anyone. His son;
325 AD - 335 AD. *90.Conall Each Luath - of the Fleet Steeds became the new Heberian King of Tuadh Mhumhain / Thomond / Northern Munster (The east of Co. Clare, Northern Co. Limerick, Northern Co. Tipperary and Co. Waterford) who would have 2 sons of note, 91.Enda / Eanna Arighthach and;
91.Cas, who was his eldest son, who was descended 6 generations from 85.Cormac Cass - of the Curly Hair the previous Gaelic Milesian Heberian 2nd King of Munster and the 1st King of Tuadh Mhumhain / Thomond / Northern Munster who had been the second oldest son of 84.Ailill Oluimm the Heberian 1st King of Munster.
335 AD - 350 AD. 91.Cas reigned as the Heberian King of Tuadh Mhumhain / Thomond / Northern Munster and produced 12 sons who were all to become the direct male line ancestors of the Dal gCais (People of 91.Cas) or Dalcassian Septs / Family branches initially in Co. Clare in the north - west of the Munster Province. His oldest son was;
92.Blood / Blod who became the direct aristocratic warrior ancestor of the Heberian Dal gCais Ui Bloid / Ui Bladair Septs, and the ancestor initially of the Blairs, the Flatterys and the Bloods of Munster, left 4 sons, 93.Carthan Fionn Oge Mor his eldest son who had 2 sons, 94.Eochy / Eochaidh Ball Dearg who was baptised by St. Patrick, and had 2 sons, 95.Conall, and 95.Breccan after whom Ibrackan is named in Co. Clare, 93.Angus the ancestor of the O Currys, O Cormacks. O Seasnains etc., Carthan Dubh, Eochy / Eochaidh, Brennan Ban the ancestor of the O Brennans of Thomond, Glinn / Glynn. Maglin, Magan, Muldowney / Downey, and the Ui Bloid Septs / Family branches of O Brians / O Brien (Ui mBriain), O Cormacans / Mac Cormacks, O Currys, O Hurleys, O Larkins, etc. Moloney / O Molony, O Neill / O Nihill of Co. Clare, O Reidy and O Sexton.
92. Caisin was the second eldest son who became the ancestor of the Clann Caisin / Ui Caisin Septs, the Muintir Chrada, the Siol Aodha / Clann Mac Con Na Mara / Clan Culien of 1320 AD of central and south - east Co. Clare. Their Septs were the O Caisin, Mac Clancy, O Grady, Mac Inerney, O Meehan, Mac Namaras, O Mulqueeny / O Mulqueen, O Roughan, and many of the other Dalcassian Septs.
92.Lewy / Lughaidh was his third eldest son who became the ancestor of the Muintir Dobharchon from whom the O Liddys of Co. Clare descend, and the Muintir Chontaoil.
92.Sedna / Seana the fourth son was the ancestor of the Cenel Sedna.
92.Aengus Cinnathrach / Ceann Nathrach his fifth son is the ancestor of the Cenel Cuallachta O Deas / Ui Deadhaigh the Chiefs of Dysert O Dea whose territory was centred on the Parish of Dysart in the Barony of Inchiquin in Co. Clare. The Cenel Fearmaic, the Cenel Baoi, the Cenel Cualochtaig / Cuallachta, and the O gRiobta Sept who was originally their main Family.
92.Carthan Fionn - of Fair Complexion was his sixth son.
92.Cainnech / Cainioch was his seventh son.
92.Aengus / Oengus Ceann Aitin / Cinnaitin was his eighth son who was the father of 93.Corc, who is the father of 94.Ifearnan, the direct ancestor of the Muintir Ifearnain represented by the O Quinns of Thomond who were the Chiefs of Muintir Ifearnain around Corofin in Co. Clare, which included the Muintir Neachtain / O Nechtanns. The O Heffernans / Ui hIfearnain held the territory there under the O Quinns who were also to have territory later on the Co. Limerick - Co. Tipperary border as the English Earls of Dunraven.
92.Aedh / Aodh was his ninth son who is the ancestor of the Muintir Aodha / O Heas.
92.Nae was his tenth son.
92.Loisgeann / Loiscionn was his eleventh son.
92.Dealbaeth was his twelfth son who became the ancestor of the Mac Coghlans / Coughlans of Devlin / Dealbhnai in Co. Westmeath in the south - west of Northern Leinster, and the O Scullys.
Due to the 850 years of destruction and mayhem created by the English against "All things Irish" the Heberian Dal gCais Families directly descended from the other sons are as yet unknown, but these sons are also the ancestors of the Muinter Leime, the Muinter Oenghusa / Angus and the Muinter Dubhthaigh / Duffy.
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