O Relehan - O Ring
O Relehan - Irish / Ua Roileachain. A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Antrim in the north - east of the Ulster Province and are now also in Co. Kerry and Co. Cork in Southern Munster.
Rellis. They were in Co. Wexford in the south - east of Southern Leinster and the surrounding region. May also be a variant for Mac Grealish - Irish / Mag Riallghuis, which see, who were originally in the Connacht Province.
Rely or Reyloy - (O Reilly ?)
O Renaghan or O Renighane. A Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim Dal Cuinn Colla Da Crioch Cenel Rochada Fernmag (Fer Fermaighe / Farney) Sept / Family branch who had their territory at Farney in Co. Monaghan in Southern Ulster. Especially see O Renehan.
Renan. Used as an abbreviation for Mulrennan, which see, in Co. Donegal in the north - west of the Ulster Province.
O Renehan or O Renaghan or O Renighane or O Ronaghan / Ui Reannachain. A Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim Dal Cuinn Colla Da Crioch Cenel Rochada Fernmag (Fer Fermaighe / Farney) Sept / Family branch, who had their territory at Farney in Co. Monaghan in Southern Ulster. Kinsmen to O Kieran / Ui Ciarain, O Creehan / O Crehan / O Creighton / O Chrichton / Ui Chriochain, Mac Crilly / Mac Croly / Mac Crolly / Mheic Raghallaigh, O Devine / O Devane / O Devin / Ui Daimhin, O Donegan / O Donnegan / O Donnegane / Ui Donnagain, O Doorish / O Dorish / O Doris / O Dourish / Ui Dubhruis, O Fedegan / O Faddigan / O Feddigan / Ui Feadagain, O Kelledy / O Kalladie / O Keeledie / O Keleedy / Ui Callada, O Leynan / Ui Leannain, O Loan / O Loon / O Luan / O Lamb / Ui Luain, O Larkin / Ui Lorcain, O Malinn / O Mallin / O Malyn / O Millyn / O Mullin / Ui Maoil Fhinn, O Markey / O Markay / Rider / Ryder / Ui Marcaigh, O Marley / O Marlie / Ui Merligh, Mac Quaid / Mac Quade / Mheic Uaid, Mac Quillan / Ui Cuilinn, Mac Rory / Mac Grory / Mac Rury / Mheic Ruaidri, Mac Skehan / Mac Skeehan / Thornton / Mheic Sceachain, Mac Solly / Mac Solley / Mac Soley / Mac Sully / Mheic Soiligh, O Toal / Ui Tuathail, O Tumelty / O Tomalty / Ui Tomaltach.
Ancestors: 110.Lethlobar, 109.Fogartach, 108.Murray / Muireadach, 107.Laidgnen, 106.Fogartach, 105.Duncan / Donncuan, 104.Fogartach, 103.Ruadrach, 102.Maoilfothartaigh, 101.Artrach, 100.Aitheachda, 99.Mailduib, 98.Maoilfothartaigh, 97.Cronan, 96.Fergus, 95.Nadsluaig, 94.Cairpre Daim Argait, 93.Eochy / Echach, 92.Criffan / Crimthann Leith / Lethan, 91.Feicc, 90.Dega Duirn, 89.Rochad / Rochatha, 88.Murray / Muireadach Colla da Crioch - Champion of the Two Countries (Airthir / Ui Cremthainn), 87.Eochy / Echu Doimhlen, *86.Cairbre Liffeachair the 117th King of Tara / Ireland.
O Renehan - Irish / Ua Reannachain / reannach (sharp pointed - starry). A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Cork in Des Mhumhain / Desmond / Southern Munster. Ferns was used as a synonym in Co. Offaly in the north - west of Southern Leinster due to similar Irish (raithneach / fern.)
Rennick or Renwick or Rennix . English origins. They came from Cumberland and were in Co. Kildare in Central Southern Leinster initially in 1585 AD and later in Co. Monaghan in Southern Ulster and nearby in Co. Meath in the south - east of Northern Leinster.
Rennie. Used as a variant for Rainey, which see, in the Ulster Province.
Rennie. Scottish origins -
De Renzy or Rinzy. They were in Co. Wexford in the south - east of Southern Leinster.
Reville. French English origins. They were in Ireland in Medieval Times and later on were in Co. Wexford in the south - east of Southern Leinster in the 17th Century AD.
Reyney. See Reaney.
Mac Reynolds or Mac Renolds. Anglicized name for an Irian Conmaicne Magh Rein Muinter Eoluis / Eolais Clan na Rory Sept / Family branch who were Chiefs and Kings who had their territory at Mohill, Carrigallen and Leitrim in Co. Leitrim in Northern Connacht. Especially see Mac Rannall.
Rhatigan. See Rattigan.
Rhea. Used as a variant for Rea, which see, in America who were originally from Co. Donegal in the north - west of the Ulster Province.
Riall. See Ryle.
O Ribbon - Irish / Ua Ruibin. A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in the Connacht Province. Could also be for Mac Gribben - Irish / Mac Roibin, which see.
Rice - Irish / Ua Maol Craoibhe. A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Louth in the north - west of Northern Leinster and nearby in Co. Armagh in the south - east of the Ulster Province.
Rice or Rhys / ap Rees. Welsh origins. They came with Strongbow 11 (Richard de Clare) during the Anglo - Norman Invasion in the late 12th Century AD. Mary Spring Rice, Monteagle’s daughter, was a sponsor of the Gaelic language.
Richey. See Ritchie.
Riddell or Riodal. They were in the Claddagh in Co. Galway in Southern Connacht. See also Ruddle.
Riddell or Rewdell. English origins. They were in Co. Down in the south - east of the Ulster Province.
Rider. A Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim Dal Cuinn Colla Da Crioch Cenel Rochada Fernmag (Fer Fermaighe) Farney Sept / Family branch who had their territory at Farney in Co. Monaghan in Southern Ulster in the kingdom of Orghialla / Airghialla / Oriel. Especially see O Markey.
Ridge. English origins. They were Co. Galway in Southern Connacht in the early 17th Century AD. Some also Gaelicized their name to Mac Iomaire (ridge), which see.
Ridgeway. They came to Ireland with the confiscation of the 3,500,000 acres of the Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh UI Felim Dal Cuinn northern Ui Niaill territories in the Ulster Province and the foreign non - Catholic plantation of Ulster where they had large Estates in Co. Tyrone and Co. Cavan. Later they were also in Co. Laois in the mid - north - west of Southern Leinster and Co. Waterford in the south - east of the Munster Province.
Mac Rifferty or Mac Riverty. See Mac Crifferty.
O Rigney - Irish / Ua Raigne. Used as a variant for Ua Raighne. A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory at Garrycastle in Co. Offaly in the north - west of Southern Leinster.
O Riney - Irish / Ua Raighne. A Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in Co. Kerry in Iar Mhumhain in the south - west of Munster Province.
O Ring - Irish / Ua mBillrin / Ua Rinn / reann (spear). A Heberian Eoghanacht Sept / Family branch, who had their territory in the east of Co. Cork in Des Mhumhain / Desmond / Southern Munster. See also Rinn and Rynne.
Ancestors: 87.Oilioll Flann Beag, 88.Daire Cearb a brother of Lewy / Lughaidh, 89.Fiacha Fidgeinti, 90.Brion, 91.Cairbre, 92.Erc, 93.Ailill Ceannfhodha, 94.Lapadh, 95.Aongus, 96.Aodh, 97.Crunmaol, 98.Eoganan, 99.Aodh Ron, 100.Dubhdhabh, 101.Ceannfaolach, 102.Dall ancestor ot the O Dallys / O Dells / Odells / O Dales / Ui Dhaill Gabhra,103.Fursach, 104.Duneadach, 105,Aongus, 106.Dublarthach, 107.Billrian the direct ancestor of the O Rings / Ui mBillrin, 108.Ecthighearn, 109.Suthan ancestor of the Suttons / Ui Suithain, 110.Mulrooney / Maolruanaidh O mBillrin.
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