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Ui Nadsluaig. A Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim Dal Cuinn Colla Da Crioch Siol Daim Argait Ui Cremthainn Sept / Family branch, which see,  who had their territory directly to the north of Clogher in Central Ulster. In 827 AD the Ui Nadsluaig Sept migrated further down to the south from Clogher and Clones to Farney into the south of Co. Monaghan reducing their 3 Colla kinsmen the Ui Meith Sept, the Mugdorna Sept and the Fir Ros Sept to subordinates. Ancestors: 88.Murray / Muireadach Colla Da Crioch/ Focrith, 87.Eochy / Echu Doimhlen, *86.Cairbre Liffeachair - of the Liffey the 116th King of Tara / Ireland, *37.Eremon. (Heremonians.)

Muintir Nechtain - O Naughtens who had their territory in Athlone in Co. Roscommon.

Nagnatae. Nagnate Celts who may have had territory in Co. Fermanagh in the south - west of the Ulster Province, along with the Erdini Sept, and were also in Co. Mayo in the mid - west of the Connacht Province near Castlebar / Nagnata, except for in the extreme south, which was occupied by the Auteri Sept whose territory was in the north - west of Co. Galway in the south. They were also in Co. Sligo in north - west of Connacht with their main fortress at Nagnata / Sligo.

Nemedians. Scythian aristocratic warrior descendants of Nemedh, through another Sept / Family branch also emanating from 12.Magog, and 11.Japhet, through another of his 3 sons, 13.Fathnachta. Nemedh and his followers came into Ireland 30 years after the Partholonians who had also been descended from 13.Fathnachta, and he too died in a Plague along with 2,000 of his followers. They were always under siege from the Hamitic Fomorians descended from 11.Ham, until in order to survive they decided to abandon Ireland altogether. Despite this some still remained behind and went further inland to escape the wrath of the Fomorii, while the rest split into 3 groups under 3 of Nemedh's grandsons, one going to Albion / Briton, one going to Thrace, and the other going to Europe. Over two hundred years later the group who had returned to Thrace had been enslaved by the Greeks to carry fertiliser in sacks and are known as the Fir Bolg / Men of the Bag who were by then of Celtic - Teutonic blood. They were to return to Ireland and rule for 37 years, until their other Scythian Nemedian kinsmen who had gone to Europe, also returned as the mysterious Tuatha de Danann / People of Danu (Sword People) who by then had great knowledge and who then controlled Ireland until the coming of the Scythian Celtic Gaels who were also descended from 11.Japeth and 12.Magog.

Ui Niaill. A Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim Dal Cuinn Sept / Family branch descended from *90.Niall Noi Giallach - of the Nine Hostages who became the 126th King of Tara / Ireland in 379 AD / 380 AD who was another son of *86.Eochy / Eochu Mugmedon - the  Lord of Slaves the 124th King of Tara / Ireland and Cairrin the daughter of a King of Albion / Briton. He was to be the father of 8 sons who were to found the dynasties of the southern and northern Ui Niaill Septs, with the southern based on Tara in Mide / Meath / Northern Leinster and the northern based on Ailech at Inishowen in Co. Derry, Co. Donegal, and eventually Co. Tyrone in the Ulster Province. By the 9th Century AD they were to evolve into their own Ui Niaill individual kingdoms, and they would be generally accepted as the Kings of Tara / Ireland, and a scholar notated their genealogical history through the sons of 36.Mil back to 12 Magog and 1.Adam. Ancestors: *83.Conn of the Hundred Battles the 110th King of Tara / Ireland, *82.Felim the 108th King of Tara / Erinn (Ui Felim) *60.Coffey / Cobhthach the 69th King of Tara / Erinn (Ui Cobhthaigh)  *37.Eremon (Heremonians.)

Ui Niallain Airthir / Clann Cernaich. A Heremonian U Cobhthaigh Ui Felim Dal Cuinn Colla Da Crioch Airthir Sept / Family branch, which see, directly descended from Eogan mac Niallain who had their territory at Loch Gall in the north - east of Armagh in Co. Armagh in the south - east of the Ulster Province at Magh Niaill / The Plain of Niaill. In 740AD the Airthir Sept, which see, split into 3 further individual Septs and the Ui Niallain Sept became the stewards of Armagh. Ancestors: Eogan mac Niallain, 88.Murray / Muireadach Colla Da Crioch / Focrith - of the Two Countries, 87.Eochy / Echu Doimhlen, *86.Cairbre Liffeachair the 116th King of Tara / Ireland, *37.Eremon (Heremonians.)

Dal nOaich. A Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim Dal Cuinn Colla Da Crioch Cenel Rochada Sept / Family branch, which see, who had their territory in Co. Fermanagh in the south - west of the Ulster Province. Ancestors: 88.Murray / Muireadach Colla da Crioch / Focrith - of the Two Countries, 87.Eochy / Echu Doimhlen, *86.Cairbre Liffeachair the 116th King of Tara / Ireland, *37.Eremon (Heremonians.)

Obraigne. A Sept / Family branch who had their territory in Co. Tipperary in the north - east of the Munster Province.

Corco Ochae / Oiche. A Heberian Eoghanacht Ui Fidgeinti Sept / Family branch who had their territory in the west of Co. Limerick in the mid - north - west of the Munster Province and included St. Molua / Mo - Lua of Clonfert. The O Maccasa - Irish / Ua Macassey / Maxey were their Chiefs. Ancestors: 90.Brion (Ui Fidgeinti), 89.Fiachu Fidgennid, 88.Maine Munchain, 87. Ailill Fland Bec, 86.Fiachu Mullethan the 3rd King of Munster, 85.Eoghan Mor (Eoghanachta), 84.Ailill Oluimm the 1st King of Munster, 37.Eber Fionn (Heberians).

Co. Offaly. Originally named for the Heremonian Ui Laoghaire Ui Lughaidh Cu Corb O Faly / Ui Failghe Sept in the north - west of Southern Leinster and was at one time renamed King's Co. by the English.

Muintir Ogain, A Heberian Dal gCais Ui Blod Ui Turlough Sept / Family branch who had their original territory in Co. Clare in the north - west of Thomond / Tuaisceart Mhumhain / Northern Munster descended from 104.Cosgrave / Coscrach who is also the direct male line ancestor of the Muintir Ainghiodha, the Muintir Allathaigh, the Muintir Chloiarn, the Muintir Chnaimhin, the Muintir Mhaine. the Muintir Mhaol Ruanuidh and the Muintir Seanachain who produced the Families of the O Aingidys, O Bowens, O Cosgraves of Munster, O Flahertys of Co. Kerry, O Gloirns, O Hogans, O Lorkans / O Lorkins / O Larkins, O Maines and O Sheehans. He was a brother to 104.Bran Fionn the direct male line ancestor of the Siol mBroin, and to 104.Kennedy / Ceaneidigh the direct male line ancestor of the Ui mBriain. Ancestors: 104.Cosgrave / Coscrach, 103.Lorcan / Fingin, 102.Lachtna, 101.Corc, 100.Anluan, 99.Mahon, 98.Turlough (Ui Turlough), 97.Cathal, 96.Aodh Caomh the King of Munster, 95.Conall, 94.Eochy / Eochaidh Baill Dearg, 93.Cairthenn Fionn  Oge Mor, 92.Blood / Blod (Ui Bloid), 91.Cas the King of Thomond. (Dal gCais).

Oidce. (People of Darkness.)

Ui Oilella. See - Ui Ailella.

Orbraige. A Sept / Family branch who had their territory to the south - west of the In Deis Deiscirt Sept in Aur Muma  / Ormond / North Eastern Munster and above the Eoghanacht Glendamnach Sept.

Osraige. A Heremonian Ui Laoghaire Ui Connla aristocratic warrior Sept / Family branch in the territory originally based on an early Erainn Sept in the kingdom of Ossory / Co. Kilkenny in the south - west of Southern Leinster whose first Gaelic Milesian King was 87.Angus / Oengus Osrithe in the 2nd Century AD. Later on in the 5th Century AD the nearby Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim Deisi Sept assisted by the Ithian Corca Loigde Sept took over the south of Ossory and the Ithian Corca Loigde Kings ruled there for a Century in their place. In the early 7th Century AD the Heremonian Ui Laoghaire Ui Connla Kings regained control and the descendants of 87.Angus Osrithe ruled Ossory once more leading on to 98.Colman Mor - the Greater and eventually 106.Carroll / Cearbhall becoming one of the outstanding Kings of Ossory in the 9th Century AD. Their main Kings then became the Mheic Giolla Patraic who were by then descended from (a son of a devotee of St. Patrick) whose name was anglicized after the Anglo - Norman Invasion as Fitz Patrick. Their territory was situated in Mogha's Half / Leith Mogha the south - west running from Co. Waterford in the south - east of the Munster Province to the Heberian Cianacht kingdom of Eile in the north along the border of Munster and Southern Leinster with most of Co. Kilkenny in the south - west of Southern Leinster actually making up the kingdom of Ossory. After the Anglo - Norman Invasion, in 1210 AD, it became one of the English Counties of Leinster and their territory there was taken over by the English Anglo - Norman Earl of Pembroke who built Kilkenny Castle and in the 13th Century AD it was granted to the Anglo - Norman Butlers who became the English Earls of Ormonde there.

Partraige. A Sept / Family branch who had their territory to the south of Loch Mask and north of Loch Corrib near Cong near the west coast in Co. Galway in Southern Connacht.

Partholonians. A Scythian aristocratic warrior Sept / Family branch under the leadership of Partholon a Scythian Prince who landed during the beginning of Beltaine with their followers who were descended from 13.Fathnachta, another son of 12.Magog, one of the sons of 11.Japeth, one of the sons of 10.Noah. They were to be in Ireland for 300 years during which time they were always under attack from the Hamitic Fomorian Sea Pirates descended from 11.Japhet's brother, 11.Ham until 9,000 (including 5000 men and 4,000 women) died of the Plague within a week. Ancestors: 13,Fathnachta, 12.Magog, 11.Japheth, 10.Noah.

Muintir Pheodachain / Peotachain / Feadachain. A Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim Dal Cuinn Colla Da Crioch Siol Daim Argait Ui Cremthainn Sept / Family branch, which see. who had their territory between the mouth of the River Arney and the west end of Belmore Mountain at Clanawley and Maghera Bay in Co. Fermanagh in the south - west of the Ulster Province. See: Mac Gilla Fhinnein 1281 AD. Ancestors: 88.Murray / Muireadach Colla Da Crioch / Focrith - of the Two Countries, 87.Eochy / Echu Doimhlen, *86.Cairbre Liffeachair the 116th King of Tara / Ireland, *37.Eremon (Heremonians).

Picts / Pictii (Painted People). A Scythian Gaelic Cruithin Celtic Sept / Family branch who settled into the north - east of Ireland and especially in Caledonia in Alba / Scottish Highlands whose female line was to be based on the Gaelic aristocratic warrior women given to them by 37.Eremon (Heremonians) when they first arrived into Ireland on their way to Alba. They had previously been the wives of those Gaelic warriors killed in the second Gaelic landing, when they went up against the Scythian Tuath de Danann Kings which led onto their Kingship line emanating from the female side as agreed to with 37.Eremon, which later on in the 9th Century AD allowed amalgamation of both the Gaelic and Cruithin Kingships under 96.Kenneth / Cinaed mac Alpine.

Priteni. A Scythian Cruithin Sept / Family branch who came into Ireland after 600 BC, and may have been the basis for the aristocratic warrior Irian Dal nAraidi Sept and their Ui Echach Cobo Sept in the north - east of the Ulster Province / Ulaid, and also the Sogain.

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