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                                                                                                                                   HeremonianDal Cuinn Ui Briuin Septs / Family Branches of Connacht


     Descended from 90.Brion the first Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Dal Cuinn King of Connacht who is the direct aristocratic warrior male line ancestor of all of the Heremonian Ui Briuin Septs who was one of the 5 sons of *89.Eochy Mugmedon the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Dal Cuinn 124th King of Tara / Ireland who was descended from *83.Conn - of the Hundred Battles the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobthaigh 110th King of Tara / Ireland the direct male line ancestor of all of the Dal Cuinn Septs who was descended in Ireland originally from *37.Eremon the direct male line ancestor of all the Heremonian Septs who was one of the 8 sons of 36.Mil the Celtic Hero of Spain and 3rd Gaelic King of Castile and Portugal.


                                                                                                                                      Original Septs also in the Connacht Province 


    The Calraige Septs originally had their territory in Co. Sligo, Co. Mayo and in the north of Co. Roscommon in Eastern Connacht Province and where possibly the original rulers at Moylurg who were later absorbed by the Celtic Milesian Gaelic aristocratic warrior Ui Briuin Ai Siol Murray / Siol Muireadhaigh Sept  there. 


    The Gaelic Milesian Irian Conmaicne Rein Septs had their territory there also in the south - east of Co. Leitrim at Carrick on Shannon centered on the Barony of Mohill and also included parts of the Barony of Leitrim and Carrigallen and a part of the north of Co. Longford in the north - west of the Leinster Province and they were to become vassal Septs during the 8th Century AD to the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Dal Cuinn Ui Briuin Breifne O Rourkes and O Reillys in their particular kingdom there of the Heremonian Dal Cuinn Ui Briuin Breifne in Co. Leitrim in Northern Connacht and in Co. Cavan / Cabhan / A Hollow now in Southern Ulster.


    The Gailenga Sept and the Luigni Sept were originally two Tuath De Danann Septs who were closely linked in the Connacht Province just as they were in the Midlands / Midhe / Meath in the Northern Leinster) region. In Co. Sligo their territory was to the south of the Ox Mountains to Loch Gara where they formed the last block between the Heremonian Dal Cuinn "northern" Ui Fiachrach Septs and the Heremonian Dal Cuinn Ui Briuin Septs who acted as an over kingdom dominating the smaller Tuaths (Family regions) that were fertile regions around the Moy estuary, in parts of Co. Sligo, south between Galway Bay and the Shannon, and also in the east of Co. Roscommon. They shared this region with the pre - Milesian Fir Bolg Sept of the Gregraige and were later to be connected to the aristocratic warrior Heberian Cianachta Sept descended from 85.Cian one of the 4 sons of 84.Ailill Oluimm the 1st King of Munster.


     The Gangani / Siol Gangain Celts who had their territory in Co. Clare in the north - west of the Munster Province, which was originally part of Southern Connacht and also nearby in the south of Co. Galway in Southern Connacht, who were descended from the Concani of Spain.


      The Nagnatae Celts may have had territory to the north in Co. Fermanagh in the south - west of the Ulster Province along with the Erdini Celts, but were also in Co. Mayo except for in the extreme south, which was occupied by the Auteri Celts whose territory was in the north - west of Co. Galway and were also in Co. Sligo with their main fortress at Sligo / Nagnata in the Connacht Province.


 Heremonian Dal Cuinn Ui Briuin Septs / Family Branches: the Ui Briuin Ai, the U Briuin Breifne, the Ui Briuin Ui Maille. the Ui Briuin Sinna and the Ui Briuin Seola,

O Beasty, O Beirne, Mac Brady,

O Canavan, O Connaghty, O Connor, O Conry / Conroy / Mulcrony, O Crowley, Mac Culreavy, O Curneen,

 O Dahill, Mac David, Mac Dermot, O Devlin, Mac Dockery, Mac Donagh,


O Feely, O Feighney / Feeheny / Feheny / Hunt, O Finaghty / Finnerty, O Finnegan / Finegan, O Flaherty / Flaverty, O Flanagan, O Flynn, Foley,

O Gallon, Mac Geraghty / Geretty, Mac Glanchy / Glancy, Golden / Goulding, Mac Gorry  / O Reilly Sept, Mac Govern / Goveran / Magauran / Mac Gowran, O Gowan / Smith, Mac Greevy,

Hardy / Harden / Mac Dockery, O Heslin, O Hestin, Mac Hugh / Hughes,

Mac Kermode / Mac Dermot Sept, Mac Kiernan,

O Lavin, O Lee, Mac Loughlin,

O Malley / O Mally / O Mailey / O Melia / Umail - Ui Maille Sept, O Malone, Mac Manus, Mac Master / Mac Keirnan Sept, Mattimoe / Milmoe, O Moran, Mac Morrow / Murrow / O Rourke Sept, O Mulcrony / Conry / Conroy, O Mullan / Mullins / Mullen / Mullane / Melon, O Mulrennan / Mulrenin, O Mulville / Mulvihill,

O Reilly / O Rahilly / O Riley, O Rourke / Roark / Rorke, 

Mac Sharry / Foley,

Mac Ternan / Tiernan,

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