Sharman - O Sheehan
Sharman. See Shearman.
Sharpe. English origins -
Sharpe. Used for O Guerin - Irish / Ua Gearain / gear (sharp), which see, in Co. Donegal in the north - west of the Ulster Province.
Sharrig. Used as a variant for Sharry, which see, in Co. Cork in Southern Munster.
O Sharry. A Sept / Family branch who had their territory in the Ulster Province. Not connected to Mac Sharry.
Mac Sharry or Mac Foley - Irish / Mac Searraigh / searrach (foal / flighty). A Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim Dal Cuinn Ui Briuin Sept / Family branch who had their territory in the kingdom of Breifne in the north of Co. Leitrim in Northern Connacht and were also nearby in Co. Sligo in the north - west of Connacht. Mac Foley was used in Co. Roscommon in the east of Connacht. Also used as synonym for Mac Sherry, which see. Ancestors: *89.Eochy Mugmedon the 124th King of Tara / Ireland, 90.Brion the first Dal Cuinn King of Connacht (Ui Briuin),
Mac Sharry or Mac Foaley or Mac Herry / Mac Searraigh. A Gaelic Milesian Irian Conmaicne Magh Rein Muinter Eolais Sept / Family branch of the Mac Rannalls / Mac Grannell / Mac Reynolds / Mheic Raghnaill who had their territory at Mohill and Leitrim in Co. Leitrim in Northern Connacht. Ancestors:- Finer, Cumscrach,*Rory Mor the 68th King of Tara / Erinn (Clann na Rory), 37.Ir (Irians).
O Sharvin. See Sherwin.
O Shasnan. See O Sexton.
O Shaughlin - Irish / Ua Mac Giolla Seachlann. A Sept / Family branch who had their territory at Deisceart Breagh / Dysart in the south - west of Midhe in Co. Westmeath in Northern Leinster.
O Shaughnessy or O Sheaghnassy or O Shaghnasy or O Shannessy - Irish / Ua Seachnasaigh. A Heremonian Dal Cuinn Ui Fiachrach Aidne Sept / Family branch originally descended from 90.Fiachra Foltleathan (Ui Fiachrach), a brother to 90.Brion (Ui Briuin) and 90.Ailill (Ui Ailello) 3 Connachta) and a half - brother to 90.Niall of the Nine Hostages the 126th King of Tara / Ireland in the 4th Century AD (Ui Niaill). They had their territory at Kiltartan in Co. Galway in Southern Connacht where they were Kings and Chiefs. During the reign of the Welsh Tudors in England they were the main Sept in Gort in Co. Galway and they have a Tomb in the church there, but their main burial place was in the Templemore / Teampall Mhuire at Kilmacduagh in Co. Galway on land given to St. Colman by their ancestor 98.Guaire Aidhne the Ui Fiachrach Aidne 14th King of Connacht the ancestor of the Cinel Guaire who died in 663. In the 15th Century AD Rory Mor O Shaughnessy built a castle at Kinvarra in Co. Galway near the bay, with views to Galway Bay and the mountains of the Connemara and south to the Burren in Co. Clare, which has since been restored. In 1642 the O Shaughnessys from Kilmacduagh were part of the Irish Confederacy.
Ancestors *89.Eochy / Eochaidh Mugmedon the 124th King of Tara / Ireland was the father of; 90.Fiachra the second Dal Cuinn King of Connacht (Ui Fiachrach) who had 2 sons, Awley / Amhailgadh who had his territory in Tir Awley / Tyrawley in Co, Mayo who left no issue, and *91.Dathi / Nathi the 127th King of Tara / Ireland who led a great expedition into France were he was killed by Lightning in 428 who was the father of; 92.Eochy Breac / Echu / Eocha who had 3 brothers, Ailill / Oilioll Molt who became the 129th King of Ireland, who left no issue and was slain in the Battle of Ocha in 478, Fiachra Ealg the ancestor of the O Dowds, and Awley the ancestor of the Mac Firbis, 92.Eochy Breac was the father of; 93.Eogan whose daughter was St. Faoileann, and one of his sons, Conn Bearnach is the ancestor of the O Moghans, and his other son, 94.Conall was the father of; 95.Gabran the father of; 96.Coffey / Cobhthach the father of; 97.Colman / Columhan the 11th King of Connacht who died in 622 the direct male line ancestor of the O Colmans of Connacht whose brother, Aodh is the ancestor of the O Cahills of Connacht. 97.Colman was also to be the father of Aodh, Laidgnen / Loingseach the 13th King of Connacht, and 98.Guairie Aidhne the 14th King of Connacht (Cenel Guaire) who brought the southern Ui Fiachrach Aidhne Sept to its highest point, He was the direct male line ancestor of the O Gwares / O Gurrys. He had 5 sons, Kelly / Ceallach who died in 666, Murtough Nar who became the 15th King of Connacht who died in 668, Airmedach who died in 675 was the father of Ecomras who died in 697, 99.Artgal was the father of Fergal Aidhne the 17th King of Connacht who died in 696 who was the last King of Connacht from the southern Ui Fiachrach Aidhne Sept, Dermod Ruadh became the ancestor of the O Rowans / Ui Ruane, Fergal became the ancestor of the O Clerys. 99.Artgall's other son, 100.Aodh was the father of; 101.Morogh the father of; 102.Brian Leathderg the father of; 103.Brendan / Breannan the father of; 104.Duach who had a brother, Tuadan who is the ancestor of the O Scanlans,104.Duach was the father of; 105.Gabhran the father of; 106.Agna the father of; 107.Nochbuaidh the father of; 108.Sidhmach the father of 109.Maol Guala the father of; 110.Cas the father of; 111.Maol Ciaran the father of; 112.Fergal the father of; 113.Cumaighe the father of; 114.Donough the father of; 115.Shauhnessy / Seachnasach in 1100 who was the first of their name and the direct male line ancestor of the O Shaughnessys / Ui Seachnasaigh, and the father of 116.Giall Buidhe O Shaghnasy the ancestor of the O Gilbeys / Ui Giall Buidhe. and the father of; 117.Randal the father of 118.Giall Beartach the father of 119.Roger / Rory the father of; 120.Gilbert the father of 121.Eoghan the father of; 122.John the father of; 123.William the father of; 124.Dermod the father of; 125.Giall Dubh the father of; 126.Dermod Reach the father of; 127.Sir Roger / Rory who was knighted by the English in 1567 who was the father of 128.Dermod the father of; 129.Roger O Shaughnessy who was their Chief who married Helen O Brien the daughter of Connor O Brien the second English Earl of Thomond.
Shaw. Scottish Highland origins from the Clan Mackintosh. They have been in the Ulster Province since the 16th Century AD, but most of them came with the confiscation of the 3,500,000 acres of the northern Ui Niaill territories and the foreign non - Catholic plantations of Ulster. George Bernard Shaw is descended from an army officer who was with William of Orange during his particular Invasion.
O Shea or O Shee - Irish / Ua Seagdhda / Segda (hawk like / stately). A Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Conaire Muscraige Clan na Deaga Sept / Family branch, whose original territory was in the south and east of Co. Kerry in the south - west of the Munster Province where they were Chiefs of Iveragh and Kings of Muskerry in Co. Cork in Southern Munster. They were kinsmen to the O Falvies of Desmond / Southern Munster who along with several other Muscraige Chiefs were descended from the Clan na Deaga Chiefs of Munster. *69.Conaire 11 the 111th King of Tara / Ireland was also from the Clan na Deaga who was married to 84.Saraid, another of the daughters of his predecessor, *83.Conn of the Hundred Battles the Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh 110th King of Tara / Ireland in the 2nd Century AD who was the direct ale line ancestor of the Dal Cuinn (People of *83.Conn) One of their sons, 70.Cairbre Riada became the direct male line ancestor of the Dal Riada (People of 70.Riada) in Co. Antrim in the north - east of the Ulster Province and the Gaelic Kings in the Highlands of Scotland / Argyle (The Land of the Gael). His son had large territories in Southern Munster, which took in Co. Cork and Co. Kerry. In the 13th / 15th Century AD one of their Septs also migrated to Co. Kilkenny / Ossory in the south - west of Southern Leinster and Co. Tipperary in the north - east of Munster Province, and as O Shee and O Shea they were the only Gaelic Irish names among the 10 Foreign Tribes of Kilkenny connected to Kilkenny City where they acted as Captains for the Anglo - Norman Butlers / Le Buitleir and were lawyers and Mayors there. Ancestor: *69.Conaire 11 the 111th King of Tara / Ireland.
O Sheahan. See O Sheehan.
O Shealy. Used as a variant for O Shally, which see, in Co. Clare in the north - west of the Munster Province.
Sheane. Used as a variant for Mac Shane, which see, or as an abbreviated form of Sheehan, which see.
Sheares - English origins. They were in Co. Cork in Southern Munster since the late 17th Century AD.
Mac Shearhoon. Gaelicized as Mac Searthun (Descended from a son of Geoffrey) Used by a branch of the Anglo - Norman Prendergasts, which see, in Co. Kerry in the south - west of the Munster Province.
Shearman or Sharman. English occupational origins. They were in Co. Dublin in the north - east of Southern Leinster in the early part of the 17th Century AD and were also in Co. Kilkenny in the south - west of of Southern Leinster in 1700.
O Shee. See O Shea.
Mac Sheedy or Silke or Silk - Irish / Mac Shioda (silken or soft). A Heberian Dal gCais Ui Caisin Sept / Family branch who were originally a Sept of the Mac Namaras in Co. Clare in the north - west of the Munster Province, which see with territory at Aglish, Feakle, Inishcaltragh Kilkeady, Kiltinaghty, Killnoe, Killaloe, Killokennedy, Killurin, Kiltrinanela, Moynoe and Tullagh. After the Oliver Cromwell Invasion the Mac Sheedys were driven out to settle in Co. Cork, Co. Clare, Co. Limerick and Co. Tipperary.
Ancestors: 91.Cas the King of Thomond and ancestor of all of the Dal gCais Septs, 92.Caisin / Caissine ancestor of the Ui Caisin Septs, and the younger brother of Blod / Bladd the ancestor of the Ui Bloid Septs including the O Brians, 93.Carthann who had 3 brothers, Eochy / Eocha the ancestor of the O Gradys / Bradys, Sinheall the ancestor of the O Durkins, and Cormac the ancestor of the Clann Eochy / Eocha, 94.Ardgal / Fergal, 85.Athluan, 96.Conn, 97.Eoghan, 98.Dungal, 99,Urthuile the direct male line ancestor of the O Hurleys / O Harleys / O Herlihys / Flood and Torrens, 100.Cullin the direct male line ancestor of the Clan Cullin / Coilein, 101.Maol Clochach the direct male line ancestor of the Stones / Stoneys / Ui Maol Cloiche, whose brother, Einsioda is the ancestor of the O Hickeys, and was the father of; 102.Sioda an Eich Bhuidhe - of the Yellow Steed the father of 103.Assioda, the father of 104.Enna / Sedna the father of 105.Aed Odhar - of the Paleface the ancestor of the Siol Aedha - of Munster and the direct male line ancestor of the O Hays / Ui hAedha, 106.Menmon who had a brother, Niall who is the ancestor of the O Nialls and Mac Clancys - of Munster, 107.Donnell the father of 108.Cumara - Warrior of the Sea the direct male line ancestor of the Mac na Maras, whose son 109.Donnell mac Namara was the first to use their name who died in 1099, 110.Cu Mara the father of 111.Niall the father of 112.Cu Meadh Mor the father of 113.Lochlann the father of 114.Mac Con the father of; 115.Cu Meadh the father of 116.Mac Con who had 2 brothers, Donogh and Lochlann, and was the father of 117.Sioda a younger brother to John the Conqueror, and the direct male line ancestor of the Mac Sheedys and the father of 118.Mac Con Dal the father of 119.Sioda who had a brother, John Fionn, 120.Florence, 121.Lochlan, 122.Florence, 123.Florence, 124.Sioda, 125.Daniel Sheedy who had 2 brothers, Donogh and Teague.
O Sheehan or O Sheahan - Irish / Ua Siodhachain. A Heberian Dal gCais Ui Bloid Ui Turlogh Sept / Family branch who initially had their territory in Co. Clare in the north - west of the Munster Province in Thomond / Tuath Mhumhain / Northern Munster. They migrated into Co. Cork, Co. Kerry and Co. Limerick were they became the Chiefs of Connello / Ui Cnocnuil Gabhra / Barony of Upper Connello and Coshma in Co. Limerick the original territory of the Eoghanacht Ui Cairbre Mac Eneirys and they shared this territory in the south with the O Cullens and O Kenealys. Descended directly from Siodhachan, a kinsman of *105.Brian Boru - of the Tributes the Dalcassian King of Thomond, 41st King of Cashel / Munster and 175th High King of Tara / Ireland in the early 11th Century AD who ended the advance of the Vikings at Clontarf in a great battle near Dublin. They were descended initially from 91.Cas the King of Thomond the direct male line ancestor of the Dal gCais Tuath / Family region who was descended from 84.Ailill Olomm the Celtic Milesian Gaelic 1st King of Munster in the 2nd Century AD. He in turn was descended from *37.Eber Fionn the direct ancestor of all the Heberian Families. He was also a brother to 37.Heremon the direct ancestor of all the Heremonian Families, and 37.Ir the direct male line ancestor of the Irian Families and a great - nephew of 35.Ith the direct male line ancestor of the Ithian Families in the south of Ireland.
Ancestors: Siodhachan, 104.Cosgrave / Coscrach, 103.Lorcan / Fingin, 102.Lachtna, 101.Corc, 100.Anluan, 99.Mahon, 98.Turlogh (Ui Turlogh), 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).
O Sheehan. A Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim Dal Cuinn Colla Da Crioch Ui Maine Sept / Family branch who had their territory in Co. Galway in Southern Connacht and were also in Co. Donegal in the north - west of the Ulster Province. Ancestor: *83.Conn of the Hundred Battles the 110th King of Tara / Ireland (Dal Cuinn).
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