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Comish. See Mac Comb and Holmes.

Mac Comiskey or Mac Cumesky - Irish / Mac Cumascaigh - cumascach (confuser). A Sept / Family branch, who had their original territory in Co. Monaghan in Southern Ulster, and are now nearby in Co. Cavan in Southern Ulster, and in Co. Longford and Co. Westmeath in the west of Northern Leinster

Commane or Commons - Irish / Ua Cumain.- See also Hurley. Their name change was taken from the caman (hurling stick). A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Clare in the north - west of Tuaiscert Mhumhain / Thomond  / Northern Munster.

O Commane or O Commons - Irish / Ua Cuimin. A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Mayo in the mid - west of the Connacht Province.

O Commane or O Commons - Irish / Ua Cumain. Known as Cummins in Co. Cork in Des Mhumhain / Desmond / Southern Munster and also used for Cumming. Cummings and Cummins, which se. See also Hurley.

Commons - Irish / Ua Cumain. A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Wexford in the south - east of Southern Leinster.

Compton -

O Comyn - Irish / Ua Comain. A Heremonian Dal Cuinn Colla Da Crioch Sept / Family branch. Ancestors: *86.Cairbre Liffeachair - of the Liffey the 117th King of Tara / Ireland the father of; 87.Eochy Doimhlen the father of; 88.Colla Da Crioch - of the Two Countries, the father of; 89.Iomchad his second son, who was the father of; 90.Donnell the father of; 91.Eochy / Eochaidh the father of; 92.Main Mor the father of; 93.Breasal the father of; 94.Dallan the father of; 95.Lewy / Lughach who had a brother, Fiachra, and was the father of; 96.Fearach the father of; 97.Cairbre Crom Ris / Cairbre mac Fechine the father of Cormac the ancestor of the O Kellys from the Ui Maine, and the father of; 98.Breanan Dall the father of; 99.Coman the direct male line ancestor of the O Comyns / Ui Comain and the father of;100.Eoghan the father of; 101.Conghal the father of;  102.Seachnasach the father of;  100.Reachtghal the father of; 104.Feareadhach the father of;  105.Foghartach the father of; 106.Cethern the father of; 107.Cormac the father of; 108.Conall O Comyn / Comain who was dispossessed of their territory by the Anglo - Norman De Burghs / Burke Barons when Henry 111 granted the English overlordship of Connacht Province to them in 1225 AD.

Comyn / Coimin - Norman origins. They were in Co. Wicklow in the south - east of Southern Leinster.

Comyn - Irish / Ua Cuimin. A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Clare in the north - west of Tuaiscert Mhumhain / Thomond / Northern Munster.

O Conaghan - Irish / Ua Connachain. A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Donegal and Co. Derry in the north of the Ulster Province. Mostly now changed to Cunningham, which see.

O Conaghy or O Conaty. A Sept / Family branch who had their territory in Co. Cavan in Southern Ulster in the Ui Briuin Breifne kingdom of East Breifne.

Mac Conaghy or Mac Conkey. Highland Scottish origins. Gaelic Irish / Mac Dhonnchaidh (Descended from a son of Donogh) A branch of the Robertsons who were at Ballymaconaghy near Newry in the east of the Ulster Province.

O Conaile - Irish / Ogonnelloe (A Tuath / Family region district) A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co Clare in the north - west of Thomond / Tuaiscert Mhumhain / Northern Munster Province.

O Conalty - Irish / Ua Conallta - cu (wolf )allta (wild). A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in the Ulster Province.

Mac Conamy or Mac Conomy - Irish / Mac Conmidhe - con / hound or warrior (Descended from a son of the warrior of Meath) A Heremonian Dal Cuinn northern Ui Niaill Cenel nEogain Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Derry and nearby in Co. Tyrone in the Ulster Province. Some changed to Mac Conway, which see. Also Mac Namee.

Ancestors: *90.Niall of the Nine Hostages the 126th King of Ireland the father of; 91.Eogain the 1st King of Aileach (Cenel nEogain) the father of; 92.Murray / Muireadach the 2nd King of Aileach the father of; *93.Murtough / Muirchertach mac Ercae the 131st King of Ireland the father of; *94.Donnell Ilchegach the father of; *95. Aed Uardidnach the father of; 96.Mael Fithrich the 8th King of Aileach and the father of; 97.Mael Duin the 10th King of Aileach and the father of; *98.Fergal the 156th King of Ireland the father of; *99.Niall Frossach the father of; *100.Aed Oirdnide the father of;  *101.Niall Caille the father of; *102.Aed Findliath the father of; *103. Niall Glun Dubh (O Neills of Ulster) the father of; 104.Murtough / Muirchertach the father of;  *105.Donnell / Domhnaill O Niall the father of; 106.Murtough / Muirchertach the father of; 107.Flaherty / Flaithbertach O Niaill.

O Conan. A Heremonian Dal Cuinn 3 Colla Sept / Family branch. Ancestors: *86.Cairbre Liffeachair the 117th King of Tara / Ireland, 87.Eochy / Echu / Doimhlen,

O Conan. Used as a variant for Cunnane and Queenan, which see, in the Connacht Province and in Co. Offaly in the north - west of Southern Leinster for Coonan, which see.

Conan, Breton English origins -

O Conaty. Used as a variant for Connaghty, which see, in Co. Cavan in Southern Ulster.

Conborney. See Burns.

O Conboy or O Conaboy - Irish / Ua Conbhuidhe - con (Descended from the Hound or Warrior of the Yellow Hair ) buidhe / yellow. A Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim Dal Cuinn northern Ui Fiachrach Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Sligo in the north - west of the Connacht Province. Some were also known as Conway, and also see Cunnaboy. Ancestors: 90.Fiachra the second Dal Cuinn King of Connacht (Ui Fiachrach). *86.Eochy Mugmedon the 124th King of Tara / Ireland.

Concagh. See Battle.

Mac Concaille or Mac Conkeel or Mac Enhill or Woods - Irish / Mac Concaille, An Irian Conmaicne Magh Rein Muintir Anghaile Sept / Family branch of the O Farrells / O Ferralls / Ui Fearghail, who were kinsmen to the Tellach Congalain, Tellach Floinn. Mac Shaffrey / Mac Geoffrey / Mac Jeffries / Mac Sheffrey / Mheic Goffraidh, Mac Connick / Mac Connock / Mac Conwick / Mheic Conmhaic, Mac Keegan / Mac Keaghan / Mac Keahan / Mac Keehan / Mheic Tadhgain, Mac Leavy / Mac Aleavy / Mac Cleevey / Mheic Cu Sleibhe, Mac Morrow / Mac Murrough / Mac Murrow / Mac Morrogh / Mheic Murchadha, Mac Shane / Johnson / Mheic Sean, O Sullahan / O Soolahan / O Sullehan / O Sullihan / Ui Suileachain, O Tormey / O Tarmey / O Tormay / Ui Tormaigh. They had their territory at Annually in Co. Longford in the north - east of Northern Leinster.  

Ancestors: 105.Fergal, 104.Conall / Congal, 103.Braon, 102.Angall, 101.Eimhin, 100.Croman, 99.Mairne, 98.Fiobrann, 97.Finghin, 96.Neidhe, 95.Onchu, 94.Fionnlough, 93.Fionfhear, 92.Cusrach, 91.Eachdach, 90.Earc, 89.Earcoll, 88.Duff, 87.Meadhrua, 86.Neart, 85.Forneart, 84.Eachdach, 83.Uisle, 82.Bearra, 81.Beibhdhe, 80.Lughach, 79.Conmac, 78.Orsenmar, 77.Ethinon, 76.Teagha, 75.Tairc, 74.Alta, 73.Eoghaman, 72.Iuchar, 71.Gobhre, 70.Enna, 69.Cetghun, 68.Mochta, 67.Messaman, 66.Moghatoi, 65.Conmac, 64.Fergus Mor, 63. Ros / Rossa Ruadh the  King of Ulster, *62.Rory Mor (Clann na Rory) the 86th King of Tara / Erinn, 37.Ir (Irians).

Mac Concannon - Irish / Mac Concheannain. A Heremonian Dal Cuinn Ui Briuin Ai Siol Muireadhaigh Ui Conchobhair Sept / Family branch,

Ancestors: *89.Eochy Mugmedon the 124th King of Tara / Ireland the father of; 90.Brion the first Dal Cuinn King of Connacht who was his oldest son, and the direct male line ancestor of the Ui Briuin Septs of Connacht whose mother was Mong Fionn the Heberian Queen of Ireland. He was the father of; 91.Duach Galach / Daui Tenga Uma - of the Sweet Tongue, who was his youngest son, and the first Christian King of Connacht whose brothers where Conall, Orison, Arca Dearg, and 91.Aongus who was the father of; 92.Eoghan Sreibh / Srem who was the 5th King of Connacht, whose brother, Senach is the ancestor of the O Flahertys / Ui Flaithbertaigh Kings of Connacht and Mac hAodha / Mac Hugh Sept - of Connacht, and the father of; 93.Murray / Muireadach Mal whose brother, Fergus is the ancestor of  the O Rourke / Ui Ruarc Kings of Connacht, and the father of; 94.Fergus the father of; 95.Eochaidh Tiormach / Echu Tirmcharna the 6th King of Connacht the father of; 96.Aodh Abrad / mac Echach the 8th King of Connacht who died in 577 AD the father of; 97.Uadach / Uatu the 9th King of Connacht who died in 601 / AD the father of; 98.Reilly / Raghallach the ancestor of the Ui Briuin Ai Septs, who was the 12th King of Connacht who died in 649 AD the father of; 99.Fergus / Muirgius who died in 654 AD who was the father of; 100.Murray Muillethan / Muireadhach Maol Leathan the direct male line ancestor of the Siol Muireadhaigh / Sil Murray (Seed of Murray) who was the 18th King of Connacht and the father of; 101.Indrechtach / Innreachtach the 21st King of Connacht who died in 723 AD, who had 2 brothers, Cathal and Conbhach, and was the father of; 102.Murgal who had 3 brothers, Aodh Balb who was his younger brother who became the 24th King of Connacht who was to die in 742 AD. Muireadach who died in 732 AD and Teague / Tadhg who was to be the father of Tipraite who was the 30a King of Connacht who died in 786 AD, 102.Murgal was to be the father of; 103.Tomalty / Tomaltach who was the father of Muirgius / Murias the 31st King of Connacht who died 815 AD, whose brother, 104.Diarmaid Fionn was the 33rd King of Connacht and the ancestor of the Mac Concannons and the Fahys - of Connacht, while another brother, Finsnechta was to be the 37th King of Connacht, who died in 848 AD. 104.Dermod Fionn who died in 833 AD was the father of; 105.Dathi who had a brother, Conor the ancestor of Mac Mullens, and was also the father of; 106.Aodh the father of; 107.Ailill the father of 108.Mutagh the father of; 109.Teague the father of 110.Conceannan the direct male line ancestor of the Mac Concannons / Mheic Concheannain and the father of 111.Aodh Mac Concannon who was the first to use their surname and the father of; 112.Murgheas the father of; 113.Murtagh the father of; 114.Murgheas the father of;115. Aodh the father of; 116.Teague the father of; 117.Murtagh the father of; 118.Malachi the father of; 119.Cathal the father of; 120.Aodh the father of; 121.Teague the father of; 122.Ardgal the father of; 123.Murtagh who had a brother, Malachi  who had 2 sons, John, and Muircheartach the the direct male line ancestor of the Slioght Muircheartaigh / Moriarty / Murtagh - of Connacht, and was the father of; 124.Dabhar the direct male line ancestor of the Mac Davies / Mac Davie / Mac Davis / Mheic Dabhaighe, and the father of; 125.Malachi / Maolseachainn who had 2 brothers, Aodh / Hugh and Thomas, and was the the father of; 126.William Mac Concannon.

O Concannon - Irish / Ua Concheannain (Descended from the Fair Headed Hound or Warrior). A Heremonian Dal Cuinn Ui Maine Sept / Family branch who were the Chiefs of the Ui Diarmada in Co. Galway in the south of the Connacht Province and nearby in Co. Roscommon in the east of Connacht. Ancestors: *87.Fiacha Sraibhtine the 120th King of Tara / Ireland, *86.Cairbre Liffeachair the 117th King of Tara / Ireland, *85.Cormac mac Airt  the 115th King of Tara / Ireland, *84.Art Eanfhear - the Lonely the 112th King of Tara / Ireland, *83.Conn of the Hundred Battles the 110th King of Tara / Ireland (Dal Cuinn).

Mac Conchy. See Mac Conaghy.

Condell. English origins from Caundel or Cundell ?  They were in Co. Carlow and Co. Wicklow in Southern Leinster in the Mid - 17th Century AD.

Condon / Condun / de Caunteton. Cambro Norman toponymic origins. English Barons who were in the Barony of Condons in Co. Cork in Desmond / Des Mhumhain / Southern Munster.

O Condron or O Conran - Irish / Ua Conarain. A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Offaly in the north - west of Southern Leinster.

Condrick. See Kendrick.

Condy / conde. French origins. They were in Co. Tyrone in Central Ulster.

 

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