Halliman - Hammond
O Halliman. A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory inCo. Limerick in the mid - north - west of Tuaiscert Mhumhain / Thomond / Northern Munster) where they were Chiefs.
O Hallinan -Irish / Ua hAilgheanain - ailghean (noble offspring). A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Waterford, Co. Tipperary and Co. Limerick in the Munster Province. They were the Chiefs of Ballyhallinan in the Barony of Pubblebrien with the Mac Sheehys. Some also changed to Hanlon and Allen.
O Hallion or O Hallin or Allen -Irish / Ua hAilin / ail (noble or rock). A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Aur Mhumhain / Ormond / North East Munster) in Co. Tipperary in the Munster Province. Some also changed to Allen.
O Hallissy - Irish / Ui hEolusa, A Gaelic Milesian Irian Conmaicne Rein Muinter Eolais Tellach Cearbhallan Sept / Family branch who were kinsmen to the O Beglins / O Beglans / O Beglain / O Begnal / O Beglane / O Biglane / O Beglen / O Begllin / O Biglan / O Beglyn, O Boden, O Curnins / O Curnan / O Curnen, - Ollamh, O Mulveys / O Mulveagh, O Murrays / O Morie / O Morra / O Morrie / O Morey / O Mory / O Murry / O Murrie, O Mulhoolys / O Mulhooghley / O Mulooley / O Hoogley, Mac Mullocks / Mac Meelick / Mac Moleg / Mac Moolick / Mac Mullicke / Mac Mulock, who had their territory at Mohill and Leitrim in Co. Leitrim in Northern Connacht. Ancestors: Fine, Cumscrach, 37.Ir. (Irians).
O Hallisey - Irish / Ua hAilgheasa / hAilgheasaigh / ailgheas (eagerness) desirous - eager - lustful). A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Cork in the west of Des Mhumhain / Desmond / Southern Munster and the adjacent territory in the south of Co. Kerry in Iar Mhumhain in the south - west of the Munster Province.
O Halloran- Irish / Ua hAllmhurain / allmhurach (sea pirate / stranger). A Heberian Dal gCais Ui Caisin Sept / Family branch, who had their territory between Tulla in Co. Clare in the north - west of Tuaiscert Mhumhain / Thomond / Northern Munster) where they were the Chiefs of Fay Ui Hallurain and kinsmen to the Mac Namaras.
Ancestors: 107.Con na Mara, 108.Donnell mac Con na Mara, Culean, 92.Caisin (Ui Caisin),91.Cas the King of Thomond (Dal gCais), 85.Cormac Cass the 2nd King of Munster, 84.Ailll Oluimm the 1st King of Munster.
O Halloran -Irish / Ua hAllmhurain. A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Galway in Southern Connacht where they were the Chiefs of Clann Fearghail in the O Flaherty and O Halloran territory there.
Hally. See Halley.
O Halpeny or O Halfpenny -Irish / Ua hAilpine - alp (lump). The same as Halpin, but in a different location. A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Monaghan in Southern Ulster.
O Halpin -Irish / Ua hAilpin. A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Limerick in the mid - north - west of Tuaiscert Mhumhain / Thomond (Northern Munster).
Halpin. Used as a synonym for the Highland Scottish Mac Alpin, which see.
O Haltaghan -Irish / Ua Haltahan. Used as a variant for O Hultahan, which see. A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in the Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Dal Cuinn Ui Briuin kingdom of West Breifne in Co. Leitrim in Northern Connacht and the adjacent territory in Co. Fermanagh in the south - west of the Ulster Province. See also Halton.
Halton. English toponymic origins. Used for O Haltahan, which see, in theHeremonian Dal Cuinn Ui Briuin kingdom of West Breifne in Co. Leitrim in Northern Connacht and adjacent territory in Co. Fermanagh in the south - west of the Ulster Province as a variant also of Hultahan, which see.
O Halverty. See Hilferty.
O Halvey -Irish / Ua hAilmhic / ailmhic (noble son). A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Galway and the adjacent territory in Co. Mayo in the southern mid - west of the Connacht Province.
Halvey. English origins. Used as a synonym for Holloway, whichsee, in the Leinster Province.
O Haly. Irish / Ua hAlgaith / hAlgaich. A Heberian Dal gCais Ui Bloid Ui Turlough Sept / Family branch who had their territory originally at Ballyhaly in Co. Cork in Southern Munster, and were in Co. Galway in the Connacht Province in 1232.
Ancestors: 91.Cas the King of Thomond the ancestor of the Dal gCais Septs, 92.Blood / Blod ancestor of the Ui Bloid Septs, 93.Cairthenn Fionn Oge Mor, 94.Eochy / Eochaidh Baill Dearg, 95.Conall, 96.Aodh Caomh the King of Munster, 97.Cathal, 98.Turlough the ancestor of the Ui Turlough Septs, 99.Mahon, 100.Anluan, 101.Corc, 102.Lachtna, 103.Lorcan, 104.Coscrach who was his second son, was to become the ancestor of the Muintir Allathaigh, Muintir Ainghiodha, Muintir Chloiarn, Muintir Chnaimhin, Muintir Ogain, Muintir Mhaol Ruanuidh / Mulroney, Muintir Mhaine and the Muintir Seanachain who were to produce the Septs / Family branches 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.
O Haly. Used as a variant for Healy, which see, in Co. Cork in Southern Munster.
O Haly. A variant used by the O Hanleys, which see who were inCo. Limerick in the mid - north - west of the Munster Province.
Hambery or Hambrogh. See Hanbury.
O Hamill- Irish / Ua hAghmaill. A Heremonian Dal Cuinn northern Ui Niaill Cenel nEogain Cenel Binnigh Teallach Duibhbrailbe Sept / Family branch, who had their territory at Glenconkeine in Loughinsholin in the south of Co. Tyrone in Central Ulster and later nearby in Co. Armagh and Co. Monaghan in Southern Ulster. They were also in Co. Antrim in the north - east of Ulster. Kinsmen to the Cenel mBinnig Glenne Sept, Cenel mBindigh Locha Droichid Sept who had their territory to the east of Magh Ith in Co. Tyrone, Cenel mBindigh Tuaithe Rois who had their territory to the east of the River Foyle. See also Hamilton.
Ancestors: 92.Echach Binnich, 91.Eogan the 1st King of Ailech (Cenel nEogain), *90.Niall of the Nine Hostages the 126th King of Tara / Ireland (Ui Niaill).
Hamilton. Used by theO Hamills, which see, to anglicize their name.
Hamilton. English Dukes of Abercorn. Descended initially from Walter Fitz Gilbert de Hameldone who supported Robert the Bruce in the 14th Century AD. They arrived during the confiscation of the 3,500,000 acres of the Heremonian Dal Cuinn northern Ui Niaill territories in the Ulster Province and the foreign non - Catholic plantations there in the reign of James 1st the Stuart English King, They were English Viscounts in Limerick in Co. Limerick in the mid - north - west of the Munster Province and Viscount Boyne in Co. Meath in Northern Leinster. Manorhamilton is inCo. Leitrim in Northern Connacht.
Ancestors: 89.Conall Corc the 1st Heberian Eoghanacht Chaisil King of Cashel / Munster who married Mong Fionn the daughter of Feradach Fionn / Fionn Cormac the Scythian Gaelic Pictish King, and when 89.Conall Corc returned to Ireland, one of their sons, 90.Main Leamhna stayed in the Highlands of Scotland with his maternal grandfather, Feradach Fionn who gave him territory at Leamhain / Lennox were his descendants were to became the Mor Mhaor Leamhna / Great Stewards of Scotland. 91.Donnell, 92.Murray / Muireadach, 93.Alan / Alen the Elder became the first Great Steward of Lennox and the ancestor of the Stewarts / Stuarts, 94.Alan the Younger, 95.Awley / Amhailgadh the Elder, 96.Awley the Younger, 97.Walter, 98.Donogh / Doncan / Duncan, 107.Bianco who was a descendant of the Thane of Lochquaber who was a kinsman to 108.Duncan the King of the Scots who was murdered by Mac Beth as was 107.Bianco and all of his children except for his son, 108.Fleance, 109.Walter, 110.Alan Stewart who went to the Holy Land with Godfrey of Boulogne / Boloign and Robert the Duke of Normandy in 1099 to recover Jerusalem. 111.Alexander, 112.Walter who fought against the Danes in the Battle of Largs in 1263 AD. 113.Alexander, 114.John of Bute the ancestor of the Stewarts / Stuarts, 115.Walter, 116.Robert 2nd the King of Scotland, 117,Robert 111 the King of Scotland, 118.James 1st the King of Scotland, 119.James 11 had a brother, Ninion who became the ancestor of the Craigs of Banbridge and the Stewarts of Baltimore, 120.Princess Mary of Scotland married James the 1st Earl of Hamilton
Hamlin. They were inCo. Meath in the south - east of Northern Leinster from the 13th - 18th Century AD with Hamlinstown there and also nearby in Co. Louth in the north - east.
Hammond. Used as a synonym for O Hamill, which see.
Hammond. Used for Cammon or Cammond, which see- Irish / Mac Amoinn. A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Down in the south - east of the Ulster Province. See also Mac Calmont.
Hammond. They were inIreland before the Anglo - Norman Invasion in the 12th Century AD.
Hammond. Recent English origins -
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