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                                                                                                                                                 Mac Conneely - Mac Connon

Mac Conneely or Mac Neela - Irish / Mac Conghaile - con (hound or warrior) gal (valour). A Gaelic Milesian Irian Conmaicne Mara Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in the Connemara in the west of Co. Galway in the Connacht Province who were kinsmen to O Kealy / O Queally, O Cloherty / Stone, O Devany, Mac Folan / Mac Fallon / Mac Foland / Mac Folane.

Ancestors: 79.Conmacc / Conmac the direct male line ancestor of the Conmaicne Septs, 78.Oirbsen Mor /  Orsenmar after whom Loch Oirbsen is named, 64.Fergus mac Roich, 63.Ros Ruadh the King of Ulster, *62.Rory Mor the 86th King of Tara / Erinn (Clann na Rory), *37.Ir (Irians. See also Neely and Corneely.

Conneff. See Cunniff.

O Connegan. A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Mayo in the mid - west of the Connacht Province.

O Connell - of Co. Kerry / Irish / Ua Conaill. The Heberian Eoghanacht Ui Fidgeinti Sept / Family branch who produced Daniel O Connell - the Liberator .

Ancestors: 84.Ailill Oluimm the Heberian 1st King of Munster. 85.Eoghan Mor the ancestor of all of the Eoghanacht Septs, 86.Fiacha / Fiachu Mullethan the 1st King of Des Muma / Southern Munster and 3rd King of Munster, 87,Ailill Fland Bec the father of Lare Fidach the father of Criffan / Crimthann Mor the 125th King of Ireland, and Lewy / Luigthech the father of Conall Corc the ancestor of all of the Chaisil Septs of Iar Muma / West Munster and Desmuma / Southern Munster,  88.Daire Cearb aka (Main Munchain the father of Fiachra / Fiachu the ancestor of the Ui Fidgeinti Sept including the O Donovans, and the father of Daui the direct male line ancestor of the Ui Duach Argetrois Sept, and Eochy / Echu Fidgennid the direct male line ancestor of the Ui Liathain Sept, 89.Fiacha who had 4 brothers, whose son, 90.Brian, had a brother, Cairbre who is the direct male line ancestor of the O Carberys / Ui Cairbre, 91.Daire, 92.Fionnliath, 93.Conall the direct male line ancestor of the O Connells / Ui Conaill.

     Aodh O Connell who married Margaret the daughter of Maithan Maenmaighe O Brien the Prince of Thomond / Northern Munster was the father of Geoffrey O Connell, 1370 who married Catherine the daughter of O Connor Kerry and was the father of Donnell O Connell who married Honoria the daughter of O Sullivan Beare and was the father of Aodh O Connell who was knighted by Sir Richard Nugent the English appointed Lord Lieutenant in Ireland who was married to Mary the daughter of 116.Donnell Mac Carthy Mor and they produced Maurice O Sullivan who married Juliana the daughter of Rory O Sullivan Mor who stood up for Perkin Warbeck, but received a pardon anyway through the intercession of Mac Carthy Mor on 24/08/1496 and was in turn the father of Morgan O Connell who married Elizabeth the daughter of O Donovan the Clan Cathail King in Carbery, and they produced Aodh O Connell who married Mora the daughter of Sir Teague O Brien of Bally na Carriga in Co. Clare who became the parents of Morgan O Connell of Bally Carbery who was the High Sheriff of Co. Kerry who married Elana the daughter of Donnell Mac Carthy and produced Richard O Connell who married Joanna the daughter of Callaghan / Ceallachan Mac Carthy of Carrig na Mult in Co. Cork. He assisted the forces of Elizabeth 1st against the Fitz Geralds and although his territory was confiscated. he received a regrant through the intercession of the English Lord Deputy at the time. Maurice O Connell, his son, was also the High Sheriff of Co. Kerry who married Margaret the daughter of Conor O Callaghan of Clonmeen in Co. Cork who were the parents of Geoffrey O Connell who was also the High Sheriff  of Co. Kerry who married Honoria the daughter of The Mac Crohan of Lettercastle. Daniel O Connell of Agha Gabhar, his son, married Alice the daughter of Christopher Seagrave of Cabra in Co. Dublin and they produced John O Connell of Aghagower and Derrynane who married Elizabeth the daughter of Christopher Conway of Cloghane in Co. Kerry who were the parents of Daniel O Connell who married Mary the daughter of Dubh O Donoghue of Amoyss in Co. Kerry. Morgan O Connell of Cahirciveen in Barony of Iveragh, their son, married Catherine the daughter of John O Mullane of Whitechurch and produced Daniel, James of Tralee and Ellen who married D.O Connell of Tralee. Their son was to be;

Daniel O Connell - the Liberator who was born on the 16/08/1775 at Carhen near Caherciveen in Co. Kerry, who through untold perseverance became the first Catholic Irish Member of the English Parliament allowed for Centuries, and the Lord Mayor of Dublin, who married his cousin, Mary O Connell and produced Morgan, Maurice, John and Daniel. He was to die at Genoa on 15th May 1847 and his heart was sent to Rome and his body interred in the Prospect Cemetery at Glasnevin in Dublin where there is a round tower of Lucan granite 173 foot high with a granite 7 foot high cross. A massive statue was also erected in O Connell street in Dublin 

O Connell - of Co. Kerry - Irish / Ua Conaill - Con (hound or warrior). A Heberian Eoghanacht Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in the south - west of Des Mhumhan / Desmond / Southern Munster where they were the Chiefs of Magunihy, until driven out by their Eoghanacht kinsmen the O Donoghues, to Ballycarbery.  

Ancestors: 103.Corcran, 104.Condligan, 105.Larkin / Lorcan.102.Corcc, 101.Artgal.100.Donnell, 99.Conall the direct male line ancestor of the O Connells / Ui Conaill, 98.Faelgus, 97.Natfraoich, 96.Colgan / Colgu, 95.Failbhe Fland the 11th King of Cashel / Munster, 94.Aed Dubh, 93.Criiffan / Crimthann, 92.Felim / Fedelmid the 4a King of Cashel / Munster, who along with one of his brothers, Bressal, is the ancestor of all of the Eoghanacht Chaisil Septs, 91.Angus / Oengus the 3rd King of Cashel / Munster,90.Nad Froich the 2nd King of Cashel / Munster, 89.Conall Corc the 1st King of Cashel / Munster the ancestor of the Chaisil Septs, 88.Lewy / Luigthech, 87.Ailill Fland Bec, 86.Fiacha / Fiachu Mullethan the 1st King of Southern Munster and 3rd King of Munster, 85.Eoghan Mor the ancestor of all of the Eoghanacht Septs, 84.Ailill Oluimm the Heberian 1st King of Munster.

Cineal Connell - of Desmond / Southern Munster. A Heberian Eoghanacht Chaisil Sept / Family branch who were kinsmen to the Mac Carthys the Kings of Desmond.

Ancestors: 107. Lorcan, 106.Cullighean, 105.Corcran, 104.Cuirc, 103.Artgal. 102.Donnell, 101.Conall the direct male line ancestor of the Cineal Connell / Conaill, 100.Sneaghra, 99,Dongeallach, 98.Faelgus / Faolghusa a brother to Daolgach the ancestor of the Mac Carthys. 97.Nad Fraich, 96.Colgan / Colgu the 15th King of Cashel / Munster, 95.Failbe Fland the 11th King of Cashel / Munster, 94.Aed Dubh, 93.Criffan / Crimthann, 92.Felim / Feidlimid the 4a King of Cashel / Munster, 91.Angus / Oengus the 3rd King of Cashel / Munster, 90.Nad Froich the 2nd King of Cashel / Munster, 89.Conall Corc the 1st King of Cashel / Munster, 88.Lewy / Luigthech, 87.Ailill Fland Bec, 86.Fiacha / Fiachu Muilleathan the 1st King of Southern Munster and 3rd King of Munster, 85.Eoghan Mor the ancestor of all of the Eoghanacht  Septs, 84.Ailill Oluimm the Heberian 1st King of Munster.

O Connell - of Co. Galway. A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Galway in Southern Connacht where they were Chiefs.

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

O Connell. A Sept / Family branch who had their territory between the River Grian on the border of Co. Clare and the Plain of Maennoy and parts of the Barony of Leitrim in Co. Galway and of Tullagh in Co. Clare.

O Connell - of Co. Derry. Irish / Ui Conghaile. A Heremonian Dal Cuinn Colla Uais Ui Mheic Uais Ui Mheic Cairthinn / Cenel Mheic Carthaind Clann Conghail (Mheic Giola Michill) Sept / Family branch, who had their territory near Loch Foyle at Turkeeran in Co. Derry in the north - east of the Ulster Province who were kinsmen to the O Colgans, O Keen / O Keene / O Kain / O Kane, Mac Meels / Mac Gilmihills / Mac Gilmichills / Mitchells,

Ancestors: 97.Cairthand the direct male line ancestor of the Ui Mac Carthaind, 96.Eichin, 95.Bec the King of Orghialla, 94.Cuanach, 93.Dairi, 92.Felim / Feidlimid, 91.Eichin, 90.Fiachrach Tort, 89.Eochy / Echach, *88.Carroll / Carioll Colla Uais the 121st King of Tara / Ireland, 87.Eochy / Echu Doimhlen, *86.Cairbre Liffeachair the 117th King of Tara / Ireland.

O Connell - of Co. Down. A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Down in the south - east of the Ulster Province.

O Connell - of Co. Limerick and Co. Cork. Irish / Ua Conaill. A Heremonian Ui Conaire Muscraige Sept / Family branch, of the Clan na Deaga who were the Chiefs of Ui Cuilean with their territory in the south - east of Abbeyfeale in the Barony of Connello near the River Feale and on the borders of Co. Cork and Co. Kerry in Des Mhumhain / Desmond / Southern Munster. As Chiefs and Kings they also had their original main fortress at Castle Connell in Co. Limerick in the mid - north - west of Thomond / Northern Munster. In the 12th Century AD they were to settle further south into Co. Kerry in the south - west of Munster Province where they were Chiefs and still had a large territory on the borders of their original territory. They were kinsmen to the O Falvies in the Muscraige kingdom of Desmond and the O Sheas who all were Chiefs of Muskerry in Co. Cork. Along with several other Muscraige Chiefs there, they were descended from the Clann na Deaga Chiefs of Munster. Ancestors: *69.Conaire 11 the 111th King of Tara / Ireland, *37.Eremon (Heremonians). (Family of Daniel O Connell - the Liberator.)

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

Mac Connell - of Co. Clare. A Heberian Dal gCais Ui Bloid Ui Turlough Sept / Family branch, who had their original territory in Co. Clare in the north - west of Thomond / Tuaisceart Mhumhain / Northern Munster.

Ancestors: 106.Conall / Conghal, 105.Duncan / Donncuan, 104.Kennedy / Ceaneidigh, 103.Lorcan / Finghin, 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)

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

Mac Connell - of Ulster. Irish / Mac Dhomhnaill (Descended from a son of Donnell) Highland Scottish origins from the Clan Mac Donald. A Heremonian Dal Cuinn Colla Mac Uais Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Antrim, Co. Derry, Co. Down and Co. Tyrone in the Ulster Province. Ancestors: *88.Carroll / Carioll Colla Uais the 121st King of Tara / Ireland, 87.Eochy / Echu Doimhlen, *86.Cairbre Liffeachair the 117th King of Tara / Ireland.

O Connellan or O Conlan or O Conlon - of Co. Galway and Co. Roscommon. Irish / Ua Conallain / Ua Coinghiollain. A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Galway and Co. Roscommon in Southern Connacht where they were Chiefs. Anglicized later on to O Conlan or O Conlon, which see. See also Kindellan, Quinlan and Quinlivan.

O Connellan or O Conlan or O Conlon - of Co.Tyrone. A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Tyrone in Central Ulster where they were Chiefs. Anglicized later on to O Conlan or O Conlon. See also Kindellan, Quinlan and Quinlivan.

O Connellan - of Co.Mayo. A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Mayo in the mid - west of the Connacht Province. See also O Conlon and O Conlan.

O Connellan - of Co. Sligo. Irish / Ua Coinghiollain. A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Sligo in the north - west of the Connacht Province.

O Connellan or O Conlan or O Connelan or O Kendellan or O Kindellan or O Quinlan or O Quinlivan - of Meath / Munster. Irish / Ua Caoindealbhain - caoin (comely) dealbh (form). A Heremonian Dal Cuinn southern Ui Niall Ui Laoghaire Sept / Family branch, who were Princes of  Ive Leary / Ibh Laoghaire who had their territory in Co. Meath and Co. Westmeath in the south - east of Northern Leinster where there is Castletown Kendellan and part of the territory and town of Kendellanstown near Navan, which was another part of it. Kindellan, Quinlan / Quinlivan used in the Munster Province, See also O Conlan or O Conlon.

Ancestors: *90.Niall of the Nine Hostages the 126th King of Tara / Ireland. *91.Leary / Laoghaire the 128th King of Tara / Ireland who was to be the first from the Dal Cuinn southern Ui Niaill to be the 128th King of Tara / Ireland who had promised his father that he would not become a Christian. He was to be King prior to St. Patrick arriving into Ireland for the second time, and although committed to his promise he worked in with St. Patrick who was to baptise 2 of his sisters and some of his brothers, and after he died he was to be buried upright facing towards his enemies. His sons were, *92.Lewy / Lughaidh who was to become the 130th King of Tara / Ireland who left no aristocratic warrior members of his Family towards the Kingship. Another of his sons, 92.Enda / Enna was the father of 93.Dallan the father of 94.Libhor the ancestor of the Ui Libhoir Sept and the father of Faelan / Faolan the father of St. Canair / Cannir. His other son, 95.Aed / Aodh was the father of 96.Flannagan / Flainnachain the father of 97.Maolmith the father of 98.Muldoon / Maol Duin Dergenech the father of 99.Fearach the father of 100.Angus / Oengus the father of 101.Curidh the father of 102.Kenneth / Cinaed / Cionaodh the father of 103.Donnell / Domhnall the father of 104.Mulcron the father of 105.Condeilbhan (con - hound or warrior) (deilbh - countenance) who became the direct male line ancestor of the O Connellans,

Mac Connellogue or Mac Conlogue - Irish / Mac Dhomhnaill Oig - og (young). (Descended from a son of Donnell - the Younger) A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory at Inishowen in Co. Donegal in the north - west of the Ulster Province.

O Connelly - of Connacht. Irish / Ua Conghaile / conghal (fierce as a wolf). A Sept / Family branch, of the Heremonian Dal Cuinn Colla Da Crioch Ui Maine Tuath / Family region, who had their territory in the Connacht Province and actually should be spelt, which see, O Connolly. Ancestors: 87.Eochy / Echu Doimhlen, *86.Cairbre Liffeachair the 117th King of Tara / Ireland. 

O Connelly -  of Leinster. A Sept who were one of the Four Tribes of Tara who had their territory in Meath / Midhe, Co. Dublin and Co. Kildare where they were Chiefs.

 O Conner. Used as a variant for O Connor, which see.

Connerney. Originally Connerneen. A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Galway in Southern Connacht. Also used as a variant for Mac Inerney, which see.

Connerton. See Connaughton.

O Connery - Irish / Ua Conaire. (Descended from Conaire) A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Cork and Co. Limerick in the Munster Province.

O Conney. See Cunnea.

Mac Connick or Mac Connock or Mac Conwick - Irish / Mac Conmhaic - con (hound or warrior). An Irian Conmaicne Magh Rein Muintir Anghaile Sept / Family branch, of the O Farrells / O Ferralls / Ui Fearghail, who had their territory in Co. Longford in the north - west of Northern Leinster. They were also in the Barony of Forth in Co. Wexford in the south - east of Southern Leinster in 1659. Kinsmen to the Tellach Congalain, Tellach Floinn. Mac Shaffrey / Mac Geoffrey / Mac Jeffries / Mac Sheffrey, Mac Concaille / Mac Conkeel / Mac Enhill / Woods / Mheic Conmhaic, Mac Keegan / Mac Keaghan / Mac Keahan / Mac Keehan, Mac Leavy / Mac Aleavy / Mac Cleevey, Mac Morrow / Mac Murrough / Mac Murrow / Mac Morrogh, Mac Shane / Johnson, O Sullahan / O Soolahan / O Sullehan / O Sullihan, O Tormey / O Tarmey / O Tormay.

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 (Conmaicne), 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 the 86th King of Tara / Erinn (Clann na Rory), 37.Ir (Irians).

Conningan. See Cunnigan.

Conningsby -

Connington. See Connaughton.

Mac Connock - Irish / Mac Conmhaic - con (hound or warrior). A Gaelic Milesian Irian Conmaicne Magh Rein Muintir Anghaile Sept / Family branch, of the O Farrells / O Ferralls who had their territory in Co. Longford in the north - west of Northern Leinster. They were also in the Barony of Forth in Co. Wexford in the south - east of Southern Leinster in 1659. Especially see Mac Connick.

O Connolly - of Co. Cork. Irish / Ua Coingheallaigh. A Heberian Dal gCais Ui Bloid Ui Turlough Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in the west of Co. Cork in Desmond / Des Mhumhain / Southern Munster.

Ancestors: 105.Duncan / Donncuan, 104.Kennedy / Ceaneidigh, 103.Lorcan / Finghin, 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 the direct male line ancestor of the Ui Bloid Sept, 91.Cas the King of Thomond. (Dal gCais) 

O Connolly. A Heremonian Dal Cuinn northern Ui Niaill Sept / Family branch. Ancestor: *90.Niall of the Nine Hostages the 126th King of Tara / Ireland (Ui Niaill).

O Connolly - of Co. Fermanagh / Co. Monaghan. Irish / Ua Conghaile / Ua Conghalaigh. A Heremonian Dal Cuinn Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Fermanagh  in the south - west of the Ulster Province, who were also Chiefs nearby in Co. Monaghan in Southern Ulster. They were either from the southern Ui Niaill or the Colla Da Crioch Mac Mahon Sept, also maintaining their Chiefs there until the 17th Century AD. Among their descendants was James Connolly the Labour Leader in the 1916 Easter Rising who signed the "Proclamation of Irish Independence" brought on by the continuing English ethnic and religious oppression in Ireland. See also O Connelly. Ancestor: *83.Conn of the Hundred Battles the 110th King of Tara / Ireland (Dal Cuinn).

O Connolly or O Connelly - of Co. Galway. Irish / Ua Conghaile. A Heremonian Dal Cuinn Colla Da Crioch Ui Maine Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Galway in Southern Connacht. Also changed to O Connelly there, which see. Ancestors: 87.Eochy / Echu Doimhlen, *86.Cairbre Liffeachair the 117th King of Tara / Ireland. 

O Connolly - of Co. Dublin / Co. Meath. Irish / Ua Congalaigh. A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Dublin in the north - east of Southern Leinster, and were also Kings nearby in Co. Meath in the south - east of Northern Leinster.

Mac Connon - Irish / Mac Canann - cano (wolf cub). A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Monaghan in Southern Ulster. Also known as Mac Connell and Mac Cannan and since changed also to Mac Cann, which see.

 

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