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®^c Paitjirolog!! of goncgal. 





SflUw Pcllo* sf TrinK; ^llifie. DubJlD. 




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THE VERY REV. CHARLES W. RUSSELL, D.D , President of Maynooth CoUege. 

(totinni : 

President of the Royal Irish Academy. 









SIR W. R. WILDE, M.I)., M.R.I.A. 

^on. Sctxdarifs: 

THE REV. J. H. TODD, D.D., M.R.I.A., F.S.A. 

f rcasuru : 



Introduotiom, ix 

Appendix to the Introduction, xxiy 

Testimonia et Approbationes, xHx 

Marttboloot of thb Saints of Ibkland, 1 

Table of the Martyrology, 152 

Indexes : 

Index I. of Persons, 481 

Index n. of Places, 529 

Index III. of Matters, 554 


IT must be very nearly twenty years, since the late eminent 
scholar, Eugene Gurry, gave me some tracings or fac-similes 
which had been procured from Irish MSS. preserved in the Bur- 
gundian Library, at Brussels. These suggested the hope that 
some of the valuable documents collected by Colgan and his asso- 
ciates, which, before that time, had been regarded as lost, might 
be found among the Brussels MSS. ; and this hope was soon after- 
wards converted into certainty by Mr. Bindon, who directed my 
attention to the Catalogue of those MSS., published by the 
Belgian Government, and drew up from that work a complete 
account of all the MSS. in the Irish, Latin, French, and English 
languages, which had any reference to Irish history, in the Bur- 
gundian Library. 

This paper I had the honour of communicating to the Royal 
Irish Academy, in Mr. Bindon's name, at their general meeting, 
on the 24th of May, 1847, and it is printed in the "Proceedings"' 
of that body. 

> Proceedings. Vol. III., p. 477, sg. Since this parap-aph was written, I see from Mr. 
Curry's L<H:tiires, that Mr. Waldron was the first to draw attention to the Brussels MSS. 
Mr. Curry says : — " To my excellent friend, Mr. Laurence Waldron, M.r., of Bally brack, in 
the County of Dublin, is due the first disco ver>' of the important collection of Irish MSS. at 
Brussels, about the year 1844. He was the first that examined (at my request) the Bur- 
ll^undian Library ; and he brought me home tracings and descriptions of great accuracy and 
of deep interest. These tracings I placed in the hands of Dr. Todd, witli a request tliat 
be would take an opportunity to make a more minute examination of the MSS. Mr. 
Samuel Bindon, however, having heard of their existence, and having occasion to 
spend some time at Brussels in the year 1846, made an examination of them, and after- 
wards compiled a short catalogue of them, which he published on his return home, and 
which waa read by the Rev. Dr. Todd before a meeting of the Royal Irish Academy on 
the 10th [rearf24th] of May, 1847."— Z^^rftiz-M on the MS. MaUriaU oflriih I/isfonj, p. 174. 


In the summer of the following year I visited Brussels for the 
purpose of inspecting these MSS. ; and having ascertained that 
the regulations of the Library did not prohibit their being lent, I 
applied to the Earl of Clarendon, then Lord Lieutenant of Lreland, 
and through the kind interest of that nobleman with Her Ma- 
jesty's Government, I was fortunate enough to procure a loan of 
several MSS. of the greatest importance to the historical studies 
in which I was then and am still engaged. 

The Belgian Government having most liberally granted me 
permission to have the MSS. transcribed, I placed them in the 
hands of my ever-to-be-lamented friend, Mr. Curry,* and thus 
became the possessor of copies of them, executed with the skill 
and beauty of his unequalled penmanship. These copies I col- 
lated myself with the originals^ whilst the Brussels MSS. were 
still in my possession. 

One of these, described in the Catalogue or "Inventaire" of the 
MSS. as VoL XVL, 5095, 5096, was the autograph MS. of the 
" Martyrology of Donegal," by Brother Michael O'Clery, of the 
Order of Friars Minor of Strict Observance, prepared for the press 
by the author, with the attestations and approbations of his 
ecclesiastical superiors. It is now for the first time printed ; 
and whilst passing through the press, has been carefully collated 
throughout with the copy made for me by Mr. Curry, as it was 
not now possible to compare it with the original 

Mr. Curry's MS.^ was transcribed for the printers by Dr. Beeves, 
and translated by the late Dr. John O'Donovan. This translation 

1 Mr. Curry, When signing his name in the Irish language, this distinguished Celtic 
scholar always wrote " Eugene O'Curry," ^ogcm OC6Thfidi*6e ; but it was only in the 
title-page of his last work that he subscribed himself " 0*Cnrry " in English. I have 
here called him Curry, as it was under that form of the name his reputation was acquired. 

» Mr, Curry*8 MS. This beautiful copy of the " Martyrology of Donegal " was finished 
for me by Mr. Curry in 1851. I afterwards lent it to Dr. Reeves, who made a copy of It 
for his own use, in a style of Irish calligraphy almost rivalling that of Mr. Curry ; and 
from this he made another transcript for the use of the printers, which was placed in Dr. 
0*Donovan*8 hands for translation, and is now put forth in type. 


was the last literary work of that distinguished scholar, whose 
death, followed, as it was so shortly after, by that of his colleague, 
Mr. Curry, has given a serious check, it is to be feared, to the 
farther progress of Irish historical learning for some time to come. 

The " Martyrology of Donegal" is so called because it was 
" begun and finished," as the colophon* at the end of the work 
tells us, in the Franciscan Convent of Donegal, on the 19th of 
April, 1630. 

Michael O'Clery, the compiler of this work, was the chief of the 
celebrated antiquaries known by the name of " The Four Mas- 
ters." He was a lay brother of the convent of the Order of St, 
Francis of Strict Observance in Donegal ; and was called Michael 
in religion, although his original baptismal name was ^* Tadhg-ant- 
deibhe," or Teige of the Mountain. 

A full account of his family, genealogy, and history, has been 
given by Dr. O'Donovan in the " Introductory Semarks" prefixed 
to the "Annals of the Four Masters," to which it must suffice 
on the present occasion to refer the reader. But Dr. O'Donovan 
in 1848, when he printed the first edition^ of his Introductory 
Remarks, makes no mention of the " Martyrology of Donegal," in 
his account of O'Clery's writings. He was probably not aware, at 
that time, that Michael O'Clery was the chief author of this com- 
pilation, or that the work was stiU in existence. In 1 851, when a 
new edition of the Introductory Remarks, intended to supersede the 
former, appeared, it is curious that Dr. 0*Donovan made the same 
omission. This was no doubt an oversight ; but it is probable that he 
may have prepared his second edition of the Introductory Remarks 
before he was aware of the recovery of the autograph MS. of the 

1 Coli^on. See page 479. 

* First ediiion. Dr. 0*Donoyan in 1848 published, in three yols. 4to., that portion of 
the Chronicle by the Four Masters which had not been included in the Rentm Hibendcarum 
Scriptorea of Dr. 0*Conor ; and prefixed to this publication was the first edition of his 
Introductory Remarks. In 1851, two other volumes, containing the earlier portion of the 
Annala, from a.m. 2242 to a.d. 1171, were published with a new and corrected edition of the 
Introductory Remarks. 


Martyrology of Donegal. The omission is the more inexplicable, 
because 0*Clery, in his Irish Epistle, prefixed to the Annals of 
the Four Masters, mentions the work, and states that he had 
been ten years engaged in the compilation of it. 

There is a second, but shorter copy of the " Martyrology of 
Donegal," also an autograph of Michael O'Cleiy, in the Brussels 
Library* (voL xiv., 4639). This was probably the first fair copy 
of the work. It was written at Douay in 1 629, a year before the 
more complete transcript (now printed), which was finished in 
the Convent of Donegal in 1630. It is very much to be regretted 
that time did not permit me to get this copy also transcribed, for 
it contains a preface omitted in the later MS., and would in all 
probability have enabled me to correct some mistakes, or clear up 
some obscurities, in the present edition. 

On a fly-leaf, at the beginning of the shorter cojiy, is the fol- 
lowing title : — 


Sanctorum Iliberniae 

Collegit et digcssit 

Michael O'Clery 

Ord. S. Francisci 


in Flandria Gallise 


The other more complete copy has neither preface nor title. But 
on one of the blank leaves at the beginning of the volume, in a 
large Italian hand, which is not that of the author, are the words — 

' Marty rol. 

It is evident, however, that this is the proper title of the work. 
It has been frequently quoted })y Colgan' under that name ; and 

* Library. See Proceedings R. Irish Acad. vol. iii. p. 486. 

2 Colgan. The following is the account of this work which has been given by Colgau : — 
'* Martyrologium, quod Dungallense vocainus, nostris dicbus ex diversis tuin Martyr- 
ologiis, turn annaliboa patriis collectum est, partim opera authoruin qui Annales com- 


under that name it is now printed. Its publication will preserve 
and render accessible to all scliohirs one of the long-lost authorities 
of Irish church history. 

Nevertheless it must be admitted that this work cannot proi)erly 
be regarded as an origiiiul authority. It is confessedly a compila- 
tion, and of comparatively recent date, having been completed, as 
we have seen, in the early part of the seventeenth century. But 
it is a compilation made by a scholar peculiarly well qualified for 
the task : who had access to all the original authorities then extant 
in the Iiish language, the matter of which he has transferred either 
in whole or in part into the present work, quoting in almost every 
instance the sources from which he drew his information. 

Some account of these sources may not be imacceptable to the 
reader, especially as they are almost all accessible, and, with few 
exceptions, still exist in our MS. collections. 

I. Tlie first in date as well as in importance is the Metrical 
Calendar, or Festiloqium, of Aengus Ceile De, commonly 
called the Felire* of Aengus. Its author was a monk, first of 
Cluain-eidnech, and then of Tamlilacht, now Tallaght, near Dublin, 
which latter monastery was then under the government of St. 
Maolruain,* its bishop and ablx)t. The martyrology of Aengus' 
must be referred to the beginning of the ninth century, for its 
author flourished in the reign of Aedh Oimidhe, king of Ireland, 
who died A.D. 819 or 820. 

The "Felire" does not confine itself to Irish saints or Irish 
festivals exclusively. Four lines, in rhyme, are devoted to each 
day of the year, and the author has imposed upon himself the task 

mnnes, de quibiu infra, compilanint in Connentu Dnngallensi; partim opera Patrum 
ejuMlem Conuentos qui sanctos, qui extra patriam rixerunt, et de qaibns hystorici exteri 
9cripflenint, addiderant. Ynde ci^m opus opera diversomm in eodem loco collaborantium 
sit compilatum, duxi illnd k loci potius unitate, qu^ ab authorum multiplicitate denomi- 
nare." — Colga$^ Acta Sanctorum Jlibemice, torn. i. p. 5 a. 

1 Felire, This word signifies Festilogium, Fesfipah, or list of Feasts and Festivals. 

« S. Maolruain, See 7 July, p. 189. 

* Aenffut. See note on his name, ]>. 359. Colgan has collected all that is known of 
him, Act. SS. (11 Mart.), p. 579. 


of introducing into those four lines the names of the saints com- 
memorated on that day. The copy of this work preserved in the 
Leabhar Breac in the library of the Royal Irish Academy, and a 
still more perfect copy in the Bodleian Library, Oxford,* are accom- 
panied by a copious interlinear gloss and scholia, containing some 
very curious legends and traditions, which throw great light on 
the ancient state of religion and of society in Ireland down to the 
eleventh century. There is another copy, with less copious gloss 
and scholia, preserved in the library of St. Isidore's convent, Rome. 
It is a MS. of the fifteenth century. A more recent hand on the 
back of the parchment cover attributes the Scholia to Cathal (or 
Charles) Maguire^, Canon of Armagh, and Dean of Clogher, who 
died 1470. From this MS. was evidently taken the Brussels copy, 
of which I have a transcript, made for me by Mr. Curry in 1851. 

The Scholia are repeatedly cited by Colgan under the title of 
AeTigv^iua cmctua, and are attributed by him to Cathal Maguire, 
in accordance with the endorsement on the copy at St. Isidore's, 
which was formerly in his possession. 

IL The Martyrology of Tallaght. This work was con- 
tained in the Book of Leinster, a MS. of the twelfth century, 
preserved in the Library of Trinity College, Dublin, but has long 
disappeared from that volume, which is now very imperfect. 

During my ^^sit to Rome in 1862, 1 found eleven of the missing 
leaves of this precious manuscript (which I recognised at once) 
among the documents kindly shown me by the superior of St. Isi- 
dore's convent. These leaves contain some of the curious Tracts attri- 
buted to Aengus Ceile De, together with the copy of the Calendar 
or Martyrology of Tallaght referred to by Colgan, which, however, 

1 Oxford, This is in the volume which contains all that we now know to be extant of 
the lost Ptalier o/Casheij and is marked Laud.^ 610. 

> Charh* Maguire. lie may have been the transcriber of the MS., bat certainly not 
the original compiler ; for the copy in the Leabhar Breac was written at the end of the 
fourteenth century, and the Bodleian copy nearly a hundred years before ; so that the 
larger collection existed before Maguire was bom. See O'Curryi lACturt$^ p. d63, 9q. 
Colgan, ActL 8S., p. 5. 


is itself also unfortunately imperfect, owing to the loss of a leaf 
The defect* includes the whole of November and the first sixteen 
days of December. This Calendar is a transcript of a very ancient 
Martyrology, containing a list of the saints and martyrs of the 
universal church under each day of the year, the Irish saints being 
added at the end of each day, and separated from the rest by a 
peculiar mark. The Calendar commences on Christmas Day, and 
not, as is more usual, on the kalends of January. At the begin- 
ning is this title in rubric : — 

Incipit martira oenghusa mc oMean et mcx/olruain ic, [i.e. hie], 
^'Here begins the Martyrology of Oengus Mac Oiblean and 


But this can only mean that the work was compiled from the col- 
lections of Aengus and Maolruain, as its basis, for it exhibits 
internal evidence of more recent sources. It mentions Coirpre, 
bishop of Clonmacnois, who died 6 March, 899, but contains no 
notice of Cormac Mac Cuilenain, king and bishop of Cashel, who 
was slain in 909 ; neither is there found in it the name of any 
saint who died after the year 900. It gives the names of Aengus 
and Maolruain themselv^, at 11 March and 7 July respectively, 
the days on which they were commemorated as saints. Therefore, 
as Colgan remarks, the work must have been composed at the 
close of the ninth or very early in the tenth century. 

From the ancient copy at St. Isidore's in Rome, the Brussels 
MS. was evidently transcribed. But it is only an abstract, con- 
taining the Irish saints alone. It takes no notice of the general 

1 Defect, This defect is of old standing. It appears that Ck>]gan had contemplated 
the publication of this work, if a perfect copy of it could have been found. His description 
of this MS. of it, is as follows : — ** C»terura Mart3nrologinm ipsum est egregium, et Mar- 
tyrologio Romano, omniqae alio qnod riderim, longd copiosius. Post alios Sanctos ad 
ftingolos dies in magno namero recensitos, snbjungit semper seorsim Sanctos Hibemiie. 
Sed cum magna antiquitatis jactura hinc inde in exemplari penretusto, quod pcenes nos 
est, desunt multa, nunc plures dies, nunc integri menses ; et hoc est quod luce publica, 
qua alias dignissimum est, retardat aureum opus donari, donee integrum reperiatur." — 
Adt, SS., pp. 4, 5. The only real defect of the MS. is that above described. 


MaHyrology wlucli forms the great bulk of the work.' It has 
omitted also the names of some Irish saints which occur in the 
margin of the MS., although written by the original scribe; and it 
represents as defective some days which are not wanting in the 
original, but on which^ it happened that no Irish saints were 
given. A* transcript of this MS. was made for me by Mr. Cuny in 
1850, and from it the Martyrology of Tallaght was published^ in 
1857, by the late lamented Dr. Matthew Kelly of Maynooth. 

III. The Calendar of Cashel is the next in order of anti- 
quity, and was doubtless accessible to Michael O'Clery, although 
it is not now known to exist. Colgan* thus describes it : — " The 
author of the Calendar which we call that of Cashel, seems to have 
flourished about the year 1030 ; for he makes no mention of S. 
Malachy, who died in the year 1148, nor of S. Laurence, who died 
in 1158, nor of any of the many other men distinguished for sanc- 
tity who flourished after the year 1017. He mentions, however, S. 
Gormgal,* abbot of Ard-oilen, who deceased in that year. We prefer 

1 Work. Perhaps a complete transcript was also made, which however, does not now 
exist among the Brusseb MSS. It seems to be allnded to under S. Donnan of Eg, and 
his 52 companions (17 Apr.^ ** quorum nomina in raajore libro scripsimiis." (Kelly's edit., 
p. xxi.) — BoUand. Actt. SS.^ April, torn, il, p. 487. 

^ On which. The confusion existing in the month of September is entirely due to the 
transcriber of the Brussels MS. The first of the month is marked 4, and this error is con- 
tinued, although it might easily have been corrected by observing that the notation of 
the days by calends, nones, and ides is correct This confusion Dr. Kelly has inadvertently 

B Published, When in Rome I collated the Irish portion of the work, as published by 
Dr. Kelly, with the original MS., correcting numerous errors and omissions. 

* Colgan. " Author Calendarii, quod Casselense vocamus, videtur floruissee circa an- 
num 1030; non enim meminit S. Malachiie, qui obiit anno 1148; vel S. Laurentii, qui 
anno 1158; vel ullius ex aliis pluribus viris Sanctitate conspicuis, qui post annum 1017 
claruerunt; meminit ver6 S. Gormgalii abbatis de Ard-oilen, qai co anno deccssit. Hoc 
vero ejus opus malnmus Calendarium quam Martyrologium ap|)ellare; quod videatur 
potius ad instar Calendarii ad usum Ecclesis vel Dicecesis Casselensis collectum, quam nd 
modum Martyrologii compilatum ; ciim plurimos ex Hibemie Sanctis sanctitate famosos 
silentio praeterierit Perpancos etiam habet nisi commemoratos a S. iCn/i-useio, licet de 
singulis fusius disserat."— .4ctt. AS., p. 5. 

* S. Gormgal. See Aug. 6, p. 213. 


giving this work the title of Calendar rather than Mai-tyrology, 
heeaiise it seems to have been collected like a Calendar, for the 
use of the church or diocese of Cashel, rather than compiled in the 
manner of a Martyrology ; seeing that it has passed over in silence 
very many of the saints of Ireland famous for sanctity. It con- 
tains also very few except those commemorated by S. Aengiis, 
although it treats of each more diffusely." 

IV. The Martyrology of Maolmuire (or Marianus) O'Gor- 
MAIN. This work was composed in the times of Gelasius, arch- 
bishop of Armagh, or al>out A.D. 1 1C7. It is written in Irish verse, 
and was taken, as the prefatory scholium expressly tells us, from 
the Mai-tjTology, or Felire, of Tallaght. Its author was abbot of 
Cnoc-na-napstol [Hill of the Apostles], now Knock, near Louth. 
The saints commemorated ai-e not exclusively Irish. The only copy 
of it known to me is that i)reserved among the Binissels MSS., of 
which a transcript bj^ Mr. Curry is in my own possession. It 
contains scholia, wiitten in the manner of a gloss, which add con- 
siderably to its value as an historical authority. O'Clery has 
made great use of this work in the compilation of the Mai-tyrology 
of Donegal. All the names which he gives without a local desig- 
nation are from 0*Gonnan, as well as those which have short local 
notices : of these last many, if not all, are taken from the scholia. 
It is probable that the *' Old," '* Very Antient Vellum Book," so 
fref[uently refen*ed to in the following pages, was a volume con- 
taining this and some other works on Irish Hagiology, from which 
the BnLssels MS. was copied. In some places* this "antient old 
book" is said to have contained "the Martyrology of Moelruain 
of Tamlacht, and the saints of the same name,* and the names of 
the mothei'S of the saints." It contained also the compaiison'' of 

1 Some places. — Sec pp. 35, 45, ef iHigfim, 

« Xante. — This is a list of saints of the same name, as the Colinans, Finian.s Brondans, &c. 
» Comparison. — See pp. 23, 27, et passim. This has been jmblished from the Brusgels 
Ms. in the Book of Hymns, p. GO, am\ reprinted by Dr. Kelly, Calettdar^ p. xli. 



the saints of Ireland with those of the universal church, who were 
supposed to have been of the same habits and life. This descrip- 
tion seems to identify the Old Vellum Book with the Book of 
Leinster, for all the tracts alluded to are to be found in the leaves 
of that book now at St. Isidore*s in Rome. 

" A certain old book* of the Books of Erinn," is mentioned (p. 
105), as having contained the names of the fifty-two monks who 
were beheaded along with St. Donnan of Eg. This is unquestion- 
ably the Book of Leinster, for the Martyiology of Tallaght in the 
loose sheets at St. Isidore's contains all the names at length. 

V. The Book of Hymns has been once* quoted by name. A 
portion of this work having been already published by the Irish 
Archaeological and Celtic Society, it need not be described here. 
Two ancient copies of it are known to exist ; both of them, how- 
ever, imperfect : one is in the library of St. Isidore's at Rome ; the 
other in the library of Trinity College, Dublin. This latter copy is 
perhaps the older, as it is certainly the more elegantly written and 
ornamented. It belongs most probably to the end of the eleventh 
century. The copy at Rome is the same which has been quoted 
by Ussher and by Colgan. It has many scholia and several 
hymns which are not in the Dublin MS. During my short 
residence in Rome I was enabled, by the great kindness of the 
superior of St. Isidore's, to collate it throughout, and to trans- 
cribe everything which it contains that could assist in completing 
the edition of the Book of Hymns, of which a second fasciculus is 
in the press. 

VI. Poems. A great number of poems, celebrating the virtues 
of the saints or recording events in their lives, has been quoted 
by our author. Some of these are anonymous ; of others the 

^ Old Book. — The '*old books of Erinn*' are spoken of generaUy, p. 123 ; and ^*a cer- 
tain book," p. 167. 

* Oticc— See p. 21. Fiacc's Hymn i.s quoted, but without naming the Book of Hymns, 
under Ta$$ach^ p. 103. 


writers have been named. I shall notice here the more remark- 
able of the latter class. 

1. TJie Poem of S. Cuimin of Condeire (Connor) is veiy 
largely quoted. It describes the peculiar virtues and ascetic prac- 
tices of each saint, devoting to each a stanza of four lines. It has 
been printed by the Rev. Matthew Kelly in his Calendar of Irish 
Saints, with a translation by Mr. Curry. St. Cuimin flourished in 
the middle of the seventh century. 

2. The Naoimkaeanchus, or poetical history of the saints of 
Ireland, is also very frequently refened to as an authority. 
Colgan' attributes the authorship of this poem to Selbach, or, as he 
calls him, Selvacius, and frequently cites it under that author s 
name. Selbach is said to have been secretary to Cormac Mac 
Cuilenain, king and bishop of Cashel, and if so must have flou- 
rished early in the tenth century. 

There is a copy of this poem in the Brussels Library, and an 
excellent one in the Book of Lecan (fol. 58, b. a.) 

3. The poem of St, Moling of FernSy entitled Borumha; giving 
an account of his mission to Finnachta Fleadach, or the Festive, 
king of Ireland (a.D. 675-695), to obtain the remission of the 
Boromean or Cow Tribute.^ 

4. Minoi* Poems. Under tliis head it may suffice to mention 
the Cealtalr Dichil, composed by St. Diarmaid of Inis-Clothrann 
(p. 12); the Lorica of Columcille (i6.); the poem of Maelisa Ua 
Brolchain on Michael the Archangel fp. 19) ; the poem of Manchan 
of Liath (p. 27) ; a poem of S. Mura (pp. 161, 16-3) ; a poem of St. 
Ciaran of Clonmacnois (p. 243) ; a poem by Cormac, king of Cashel 
(p. 249) ; and an elegy on the death of Cormac, by Selbach (i6.) ; 

1 Colgan^ Actt. SS.^ p. 5, n. x. See also O'Reilly's Irish Writers, p. Ixi. But thin 
poem is attributed to Aeagas Ceile De, in the preface to the Reim Rioghraidhe of the 
O'Cleiys. See O'Curry's Lectures, p 163. For Selbach, see p. 249, infra, Ware's Writers, 
by Harria, p. 64, who adds, however, nothing to Colgan. 

» Owff Tribute.— f^ee Dr. O'Donovan's Fragmenis of AimaU, p. 79, sq. CCiirry's 
Uaures, p. 230, sq. 




tlio Vision of St. Adainnan, (p. 257) ; a poem by AH, son of Con 
(p. 291); a poem by St. BrencLnn of Birr (p. 321); and one by St. 
Berelian (p. 327). There are also quoted proplieeies hy St. Brigid 
(p. 157); St. Columcille (p. 175, 275); and St. larlath (p. 349). 
Tliis may not be a complete enumeration of all the poems quoted 
])y our author, but it will serve to show the extensive use he has 
made of this class of native litei-ature. . 

VII. Besides these smaller productions O'Clery had access to 
several of the great collections, or BiBLiOTHECiE ; of which he 
expressly names the Book of Lecan (p. 345) ; the Leabhar na 
huidhre (p. 257) ; and the Book of Mac Carthaigh Riabhach, now 
])etter known imder the name of the Book of Lismore (p. 317). 

VIII. He quotes dso the Lives of Saints, many of which are, 
or were in his time, extant in Irish, and sevend of them in Latin. 
The following is an alphabetical list of the Saints whose Livt*s are 
i-efeiTed to by our author : — 

Abban, pp. 109, 139, 283. 

Aedh mac Brie, 311. 

Aengus of Connor, 23. 

Ban-e, 59, 63, 65. 99, 257, 325. 

Benen, 301. 

Berach, 223. 

Brennan, 134. 

Brigid, 111,331. 

Biiite, 329. 

Ciaran of Clonmacnois, 37, 81, 123, 

153, 246, 247, 333. 
Ciaran of Saighir, 65, 321, 335. 
Colman of Dromore, 147. 
ColmanEla, 169,261. 
Columcille, 29, 45, 155, 157, 159, 

161, 165,225,275,285, 321. 
Corbmac, 345. 
Cuimmin Fota, 305. 

Declan, 201. 

Finnchu, 137. 

Finnen of Clonard, 333. 

Forannan, 5 1 . 

Grellan, 303. 

Lassar, 309. 

Mac Creiche, 1 1 3. 

Maodhog of Ferns, 31, 307. 

Mochaomog, 81, 135. 

Mochua of Balla, 101, 179. 

Molaisse, 245, 307. 

Moling Luachra, 171. 

Naile, 29. 

Patrick, 105, 115, 171, 179, 183, 

191, 203, 209, 295, 317, 319, 

Senan, 61, 69, 261. 


It is evident, therefore, fiom the foregoing list of authorities that 
the Martyrology of Donegal, although it eaiuiot be regarded jus an 
original authentic source of history, is, nevertheless, of inestiniahle 
value. It beai-s the name of Michael O'Clery only ; but, from 
Colgan's description^ of it, it appeai-s to have been the work of 
Michael 0*Clery, in conjunction with his companions, now well 
known as the joint comj)ilei*s with him of the Chronicle, called 
the Annals of the Four Ma^iters ; an<l we may infer from the 
additions in other handwriting, so frequently noticed in the fol- 
lowing pages, that the MS. was revised by several hands, and 
prol>ably also by Colgan himself The w<jik, therefore, [)08sesses 
no small authority, as the compilation of scholars of the gi'eatest 
eminence, who have condensed into its pages the substance of ori- 
ginal records, some of them no longer extant, and all requiring 
the highest order of Celtic learning to read and interj)ret them 
correctly. It is, in fact, a manual of great practical utility, and 
may l>e considered as a synopsis of the particular branch of histo- 
rical literature to which it relates. 

The value of the book, in this point of view, has been greatly 
eiilianced by the accui-ate and copious indexes, at the end of this 
volume, which will enable the student to refer with ease to eveiy 
name as well as to every place mentioned in the Calendar. They 
l)ossess also a topograpliical and historical interest ([uite inde- 
}>endent of their connexion with the present work, and are in 
themselves a most impoi-tant practical help to the study of Irish 
history. These indexes have been compiled by Dr. Reeves. 

The table or index of the names of saints di'awn up by Uie author 
in Irish, and forming a pai-t of the original MS., has been retained 
(see p. 152), and is printed with a Tmnslation, for which I am re- 

^ CoUjaui desa'ijMtm, see p. vi., n. supm. In tlie Epi^tlo Dedicatory to tlio Annals of 
tlie Four Masters, p. Ivi., O'C'lerj' does not he.siUte to 8])eak of himself as the author. 
"1, Michael O'Clerigh, a poor brother of the Order of St. Francis (aifter having been for 
ten years trans<Tihin«; every oUl material that I found concerning the Saint*' of Ireland, 
&v.) have come l»cfore thee, (.)'Ferghal O'Cihadhru." 


sponsible. Tliis index, however, is incomplete, and not in strict 
alphabetical order, the sequence of the consonants frequently 
taking precedence of the vowels. But it contains some curious 
histoncal facts, not noticed in the text, and mentions some ancient 
wells, relics, and reliquaries no longer known to exist. It gives, 
also, in some instances, the Latinized forms or equivalents of the 
Irish names of saints, which are of considerable value and interest 
to the student of this branch of ecclesiastical history. This Irish 
Index has been itself indexed ; the matter it contains is included 
in the more perfect indexes of Dr. Reeves. 

A number of memoranda, references to authorities, and miscel- 
laneous notes, have been written by the author, and others through 
whose hands the MS. has passed, on the fly-leaves at the beginning 
and end of the volume. They do not, indeed, all relate to the 
subject of the work ; but they are, many of them, of great interest, 
and I have collected them, in an Appendix to this Introduction, 
with translations of such as are in Irish, that nothing be lost of 
what had fallen from the pen of Michael 0*Clery and his associates. 

We have abstained from all topographical or historical notes, 
in order to keep the volume within a convenient bulk. The 
object of the few notes, which will be found in the lower margin, 
has been to explain peculiarities or obscurities in the MS., to settle 
the text, and to correct some obvious mistakes of the author. 
One or two notes added by Dr. O'Donovan to his Translation, 
are marked by his initials (O'D.) The notes contributed by Dr. 
Reeves are marked (R.), and for the remainder, marked (T.), I 
am myself responsible. 

Should the funds at the disposal of the Society permit, a sup- 
plementary volume may be published, containing a short account of 
the Saints commemorated in this Calendar, with references to autho- 
rities ; and also a list of the Places mentioned, with their modem 
names, and other Topographical information. But this cannot at 
present be uindertaken, although considerable materials for such a 
work have been collected. 


Prefixed to the volume are the Testimonials of two eminent Irish 
scholars, commendatory of the work, followed by the Approbations 
of 0*Clery*s ecclesiastical superiora Tliese are given (see p. 1 .) with 
facsimiles of the signatures ; and it will be observed that the in- 
dividuals who have subscribed these documents ai*e the same who 
had given similar approbations, worded in the same forms, to the 
Annals of the Four Mastera 

It remains now only to perform the grateful duty of returning 
thanks, in the name of the Irish Archjeological and Celtic Society, 
to the Provost and Senior Fellows of Trinity College, Dublin, 
who have contributed fifty pounds towards the exj^nse of this 

I must also express my gratitude to the Rev. E. H. J. Reusens, 
D.D., Prof -Extraord. and Librarian in the University of Louvain, 
who, with great kindness, collated the Appendix to this Introduc- 
tion with the original MS. at Brussels, and has thus enabled me 
to correct several mistakes, as well as to supply some defects. 

Mr. W. M. Hennessy has given me much valuable assistance in 
translating and preparing for the press the documents collected in 
the Appendix. I take this opportunity of returning him thanks. 


Trwitt Collkok, Dublin. 
January t 1S64. 


In this Appendix have been collected together some miscellaneous 
notes and memoranda which are found in the fly-leaves at the 
beginning and end of the original MS. 

The greater part of these are in O'Clery s handwriting : but 
some of them, pai-ticularly those which are in Latin, are in another 
hand, supposed to be that of John Colgan. We have no longer 
access to the original MS. ; and it has, therefore, l>een foimd im]ws- 
sible, with any certainty, to assign these notes to their respective 

A. — Notes occurring on the fly-leaves at the beginning of 


12 Februarii Bergis S. Winoci obijt* D die sabbati 

hora cum dimidia, veheinenti febre et inflaramatione 

bepatis perstringeiite confectus septiilio ; et sepultus 

Lovanij ad cornu EvangeHi secus summuiu nostnu Ecclesiu? altare, ubi 
ante pedes sunt corpora Nobe et Margaritae et Hugonis O'Donellorum. 


Ann. D. 1633, 1° Decern bris mane bora 3* die Jovis obijt Serenissima 
D. Isabella^ Clara Eugenia pia rehgiosa victrix, contracta acri febre die 
Veneris precedenti cum inviseret ser. Reg*.™ GalHarura. 

31 Martij, 1G21, obijt Pbil. 3, Hisp. 


Malacbias rex Margaritam Brieni regis filiam, qmu S. Colmani^ martyris 
Austrite Patroni fuit mater, babuit uxorem. Ita Bruodinus.^ 

' Obijt. It is to be regretted that the name of the person whose obit is here recorileil, 
as well an some other words in the paragraph, are now illegible in the MS. (T.) 

2 Isabella. This was Isabella Clara Eugenia, Archdachess of the Netherlands, daughter 
of Philip II. K. of Spain, and married to the Archduke Albert of Austria. (T.) 

" Cohnani. See p. 277, nt 13 Oct. (T.) 

* BruodtNua. S«*e his "l*n>imgiiaculum Calholica^ veritatis." Lib. v., c. 15, pp. 1>17, 
024. CPvayte, ICOU, 4°). (T.) 




Sanctnsj Mac-ceaDnaigh Patronus de Glearma et de Uaimh Mic-cean- 

naiglie. Ibid. 


Vide Gregorium Homilid 10 in Evangelia, Serm. in die Epiphanite, 
8 lect^ Innoiescit ibi babet in seusu activo. 


lUlran CCi]iT)e O^xeacan •ooctnn 
m hinnnnn '' O^xijit: be biorinaic," 
oifi af6 -DO fiine a uefifa l/aiT)ni 
ara im T)iai§, acuf aca ayx oen 
leif in •Dan Lafoni ara iiaif) le baif 
n« berbtf6 lyo fcfiiob i Lafoin .1. 
Co^irif me p^ior^ief, acuf ay cof- 
niail a fril |ie leaba^x Cill Conni^, 
acr nac lunann ^noeaT). 

b]\atui]i T>o bfioicpg, ingen 
TMUb]xonui§ be, .1. "oo "oal cCon- 
ciip<ii]i lorr a] I aon, acuf |ie Itn 
•od n'uic CCoT)a 8laine na fiiogiiib 
DO ]wme in berbaif), aciif in T)ati 
Cfii'oni acii^" 5<^eT)e^5i, qui moiirtn 
Vunc anno 664. 

Ulltan of Ardbreacan composed 
the Hymn* beytnning "Brigit be 
biothmait,*' for it was he who made 
the Latin verse which is at the end of 
it, and the Latin poem is also by 
him which is after the life' written 
in Latin he(fimiin{f "Cogitis me Fra- 
tres -r and its style is similar to tliat 
of the Book of Cill Connigh [Kil- 
kenny], but it is not the same ne- 

He was the brother of Broicsech, 

daughter of Dallbronach, i.e., they 
were both of the Dal Conchubhair, 
and it was in the time when the two 
sons of Aodh Slaine were kings, who 
died in the year 664, that he com- 
posed the Life and the Latin and 
Gaedhlic poems. 

1 In dU Eifiithama 8 Itct TliU refers to Lett 8 in the Roinnn Breviarj' on the Feast 
of the Epiphany, which is taken from S. Grefcorj', Horn. x. on St. Matthew. The wonls 
alluded to are, " Quia nimirum rationis onlo poscebat, ut et loqucntera jam Dominum 
loquentetf nobis praedicatores iunotescerent, &c." (T.) 

> lljfmn. The original of this hymn is in the Lil>cr Hymnorum. See a Latin translation, 
Colgan, Tr, Th., p. 60G. (T.) 

« Life. This is the Life of S. Brigit, by Cogitosus, CoUfun, Hk, p. 518. The author ot 
the above memorandum seems to allude to the Latin verses at the end of the third Life of 
St. Brigit in the Trias Thaumaturga, which Colgnn endeavours to show (not. p. 542) 
was written by St. Ulltan. (T.) 



Apud Amazones' spatiosam in Indiis orientalibus continentem regionem, 
ubi succis arboram potus comparatur dulcis, salubris, et ultra metam 
sumptus inebriatims, et panis ex earaudem aliarumque plantarum radicibus 
pinaitus, suavis pariter et nutritius : homines videre est hodieque supra 
trecentos annos setatis, neque multum inde mirantur incolse, quibus est 
ordiuarium ducentesimum annum superare. Fluvius ibidem amplissimae 
latitudinis, ad quem pluria milliaria optima iocredibiliter scaturiens et 
sylvflB caropique ferarum copiis que sapore salubritate ac nutrimento 
Europeos £Eu;ile superant, repletae, <S:c. 


Vide nobilem Trist Gandavi qui habet in antiquitatibus Flandrise 
aliquem . . . de quodam filio regis Hibernian qui nomine matrimonii 
accepit Insulam Cassand. c. 


S. Comgallus^ obiit an. 600, setatis 90. Fuit abbas Benchorensis 20 
diebus, tribus mensibus,50 annis; ergo natus 10 Maii an. 510; factus abbas 
510, Martii, vel 12 vel 10^ quod videtur 

B. — Notes occurring on the fly-leaves at the end of the 


S. Cummianns, epistola xi.^ ad Segienum,post mentionem Patricii ''papas 
nostri," (ait*), et cjcli ejus, dicit* successores Alvei, Querani Oloniensis,^ 
Brendini, Nessani, Lugidi .i. TTlolua, synodum in Campo Lene celebratam 
Pascha Bomanum et caetera sibi a sede Apostolica ordinata recipienda 
sanciisse, legatos sapientes Romam missos triennali itinere rediisse cum re- 

1 Apud Amazonet. This extract is taken from some mediieval author whose name has 
not been given in the MS. It would take more time than it is worth to discover and 
verify the quotation, which was evidently made with reference to the question of the 
alleged longevity of some Irish saints. See Colgan, TV. Th.^ p. 170, n. 9. (T.) 
^S.ComgaUua. See 4 Mast A. D 600. Comp. p. 128, mfr. (T.) 
B EpUtola xu : That is, Epist. xL in Us^her^s Sylloge Veterum Epintolarum Hibeniicarum. 
(Works, vol. iv., p. 432, sq.) (T.) 

*AU. /wa,p. 44a 

< Dicit Ibid, p. 442. 

* Queram Clonimuis. Ussher prints this name ^' Querani Coloniennis. " Ibid. St. Ciaran, 
of Clonmacnois, is intended. (T.) 



liqaiis pretiosie martyrum. Excommnnicationes sedis apostolices faerunt 
causa huJQs sjnodi apud AustralesScotos. Epistola^ Cleri Romani sub electo 
Jo. 4°. an. 639. Dilectissimis el sanclimmis, Tomiano, Columbano, Cronano,* 
DimaOy et Battheno epUeopis ; Cromano^ Emianoque, LaislranOj ScellanOy et 
Segeno pre^jyteru ; Sarano cceteri^quej doctoribus seu abbatibus Scotis^ etc 


*Oon catialT)af'64i5enac af Litmap, 
riiec Cafirtiic .1. pin^in, -00 
jx^iop "OiafimaiT) .h. 8aillea- 
bam, anno 1633, 1 Lon'ooin. 

If mx) ainifip, fin cug "Oiayi- 
maiT) TTlac TTlti|ich(r6a, |ii Lai^en, 
T)eaYibo|i5uill, in^en TTlu]\chaiT) 
mic platnn, ben 'Cigefinain ui 
Ruaific, fiig Lai^en acuf TTli'6e, 
T)o jv^ifi coDa -00 na leabftaib, ap, 
6l6t) a|i fcdt ei^in leif. 

CCfi na clof fin t)o "CigeiinAn 
T)o tw\i fiof 50 Ruaifjixi, mac 
'Coi|ifi'6ealbai5, fiig Connacr, acuf 
T)o cucroafi le c^le co n^a^^aib 
CCca Cliat, acuf 50 TTli"6eacuip, 
acuf 50 hib paolain, jufi loif- 
geoDafi pefina ni6fi TTl 0(^665 50 
na cempltiib uile, acuf 50 crugfac 
bfvai5i>e le6 6 TTlac TTlu|ica*a. 

Of the last Inyasion,' from the Book 
of MacOarthaich, i.e., Finghin, 
which Diarmaid Ua Suilleabhain 
wrote in 1633, in London. 

At that time Diarmaid MacMur- 
chadha, king of Leinster, carried 
ofi^ stealthily, with the pretence of 
force, Dearbhorguill, daughter of 
Murchadh son of Flann, wife of 
Tighernan O'Buairc, king of Leins- 
ter and Meath, according to some of 
the books. 

On hearing this, Tighernan sent 
word to Ruaidhri, son of Torr- 
dhealbhach, king of Connacht, and 
they proceeded together, with the 
foreigners of Ath Oliath, and the 
Meathmen,aud the Hi Faolain, until 
they burnt Fema m6r of Maodhog, 
with all its churches, and brought 
with them hostages from Mac-Mur- 

1 Episiola, Th\a U Epist. ix. of Ussher's Sylloge. Ibtd, p. 427. From Bede, Hist. 
EccL u. 19. (T.) 

s Cronano, Printed Cromano by Ussher, and in Bede. (T.) 

' Invasion. The word in the original is Cavaldas, more usually as well as more correctly 
written GabhaUas. So aldo lAuuar is for Leabhar^ a book. (T.) 

« Carried off. In the margin is this note, "22 -oon Oibri^," i.e., "22 April." And 
also ** An. Dom. 1014, -do tuir b|iiaii bojioiiiie S [j"***] hunc eun-oem tibf,um 
mCap-chi:" i.e., "A.D. 1014, Brian Boroimhe fell, according to this same book of 
McCarthy.** (T.) 



8ltia5 e^le la Tluaif)|ii .h. Con- 
culjai]i 5Uf an niuinnix ce'Dtm 50 
Pefina tii6i|\, 50 yxo b]xif rec cloice 
TTlec TTlu]icha'Da, acuf 50 ]io lonn- 
a^ibcro epeiiica]\Tniii]\foi^i; •oionn- 
foigliiT) |\i§ 8axan fan p^iain^c 
.1. cin5 llen^ii, tmiice na lloft- 
niatn-De, acuf CCctrama, acuf CCn- 
50U, acuf ri^e^ma O^ieocati aciif 
(Xlban, T)o ]iei|i leaba^i na n^all. 
CC]\ yxocruin TYlic 1Tlu]\chaf)a -do 
cum an ]xi5 "oo cut^i fdiJre yxoinie, 
acuf "DfOfc ramali V^ftif he, acuf 
•DO lei5 a aif a Saxanuib 50 lir- 
ixeacuib 6, acuf 50 nionnn'iaf . 
na]x ex)^]X letf fein nd le a flua^ 
recc le TTlac IHu^ichcroa cug cex) 
DO gac •Duini le na|x bail recr leif 
in C^]xinn, do gabail a yiige fem 

'Cat n 15 ITlac TThi^xcliaDa 50 
0]xtofr6, acuf do ]xinnt connf<aD 
le Riofra^XD lu^xla Sr^xan^^ueil, 
mac 5^llbe|iD, CCine in§en lllic 
Tllu|xchaDa Dorabai^ir Don ta^ila, 
aciif cm^eD Laigen 6 In lHic 
TT1u]xcbaDa amac, do cenn recc 
leif an Of<tnn do ^abdtl ni^ir do 
ipn rfam^xoD Dayx ccenn. 

X)o fdcuib lilac THii^xchaDa 
0|iiofc6, acuf DO chuaiD a]x an 
caob buD ruatf) do 0|xearnaib, 
acuf raini^ cayx nun^x af pn do 
pejxna, bail 1 f<aib 1 bfolac fCD an 

Another expedition by RuaidLri 
0'Conchobhair,witli the same people, 
to Ferna m6r, so that lie demolished 
the 8tone house of MacMurchadha, 
and expelled himself [viz.,MacMur- 
chadha] beyond sea to the ea^t; he 
visited the king of Saxon-land, in 
France, i.e.. King Henry, Duke of 
Normandy, and Aquitaine, and An- 
jou, and Lord of Britain and Alban, 
according to the Book of the Gall.* 
On the arrival of MacMurchadha the 
kinggavehim welcome, and detiiined 
him near him for a short time, and 
then let him return to the Saxons with 
letters and with treasure. As it was 
uoti)Ossible for himself or his army 
to accompany MacMurchadha, he 
gave permission to every one who 
pleased, to go with him to Ireland to 
recover his sovereignty. 

MacMurchadha came toBristol, and 
made a compact with Richard, Earl 
of Stranguil, sou of Gilbert, to give 
to the earl Aiuo, MacMurchadha*s 
daughter, and the Province of Lein- 
ster after MacMurchadha's death, in 
consideration of his coming with 
him to Ireland, to recover his power, 
in the ensuing summer. 

MacMurchadha left Bristol, and 
went to the north side of the Britons 
[i.e., Welsh], and came by sea from 
thence to Ferna, where he reniaine<i 
hidden during the Spring. 

^ Hook of Uie Gall, ov of tlio Fom;4:ners, invanin^ here the Eii-li>h. What Imok i> 
uHiiiled to (lood nut npi>edr: iH;rhsii»< (lirakliL<» <.'rtmbreii>is iiiny lie intoiuleil. (T.) 



T!Iamii5 HoibejiT) mac 8naiiiTi(i 
?;o hC^iiTiTi map, vo §eaU t)o ITlac 

inuiichaT>a 50 "oo 

^iiT>e^\ib, actjf rpi -picir f^uiefi, 
aciif r^u r^T) bo'oa. 

"Oo T^alV^xir calo^ ya Oanail), 
acuf -DO piTitieaT)a]\ loTiT;popT: aim 
no 50 rdiTiic 171 ac Triupchofja ciica 
ciii^ ceT) "DO coiiiiep.^e. 

CCj^aT) fii'oepe af |^epp r^iinic 
le ITlac ^Snamtia aniifiti, Triuipip 
TTIac 5^pailr, RoibejiT) a Oapjia, 
niaoi^epe ITlac ilenpi, ilepbi 6 
nioin TTluifin, neoc 015 maniifcip 
"Oijinbfior amac. 

T)o arDain§ni§eaT)ap a ccotin- 
pcTD, actif lap pgaoilea'D a mbpa- 
rac 7)0 5ltiaipo7)ap T)6nroil T)ioTin- 
Ixii^bi'D Loca^apman, acup ap x\a 
5obdil •Doib ni5 Tllac Tntipcba"6a 
e ye\r\, aciip on conT>ae t)oti raoib 
roi^x, acup nap, vo Uoibepr TDac 
8riamTia, aciip t)o lllmpip TTlac 
^epailr: -do fieip a §ealtailiim, 
acnp r6inic ap pin in Op^xuigib, 
acnp ru5 6p ann, acnp vo ^ab 
b^iai^De ap TTlac TJiollaporp.aic le 
beir tin'iol •no. 

ilenpi mac na Oennmpipe, pi 
^cucan, acup T)iuic na llopmain'oi, 
acup (jQfinraini, aciip CCn^oii, t)o 
recT in O^iinn, [aciip] ciii^ c^-o 
piDipe acup lomapxaiT) mapcp?u- 

Robert MacStiamna' came to Ire- 
land, as he had promiHcd^ to MacMur- 
chadha, with^ .... knigl)t%>, 
and three score esquires, and 300 

They reached harbour at the 
Ban now, and made a camp there 
until MacMurchadha came to them 
with 500 allies. 

These are the principal knights 
who came then with MacStiamna : 
Muiris Mac Gerailt, Roberta Barra, 
Maoilcri Mac Henri, Herbi 6 M6in 
Muirti,^ who erected the monastery 
of Dunbrot [Dunbrody]. 

They confirmed their agreement, 
and after unfurling their banners, 
proceeded, unitedly, to the attack of 
Loch Garman, and after they had 
captured it, MacMurchadha gave it 
itself, and the county on the cast 
side and on the west, to Robert Mac 
Stiamna, and to Muiris Mac Gerailt, 
according to his promise, and went 
thence to Ossory, where he com- 
mitted slaughter, and took hostages 
from Mac Giollapa trick as token of 
submission to him. 

Henry Mac na Beinimpire,* king 
of Saxon- land, and Duke of Nor- 
mandy, Aquitaine, and Anjou, came 
to Ireland with 500 knights and 
numerous cavalry and footmen, and 

^ ^fac Stiamna : i.e., Fit/.Stoplwn. (T.) 
!? With, Tliis blank ij* in the original. (T.) 

^0 Moin Mitit'ti: i.e., Horvey dc Monte Mauritii, as he is callecl by Cambrcnsis. Jlib. 
Erpuf/n. i., cap. iii. (T.) 
* Mnr-mt-Jieiuiniini't: i.e., son 4»f the, empress. So Ilenn- II. was oalle<l by the Irish. (T.) 



ai§e actif coi^^'ohib, actif cucm vo 
5ab6il 1 bpo]xclai|i5e la 6. Luca^ 
CCpfcol. C€f6 ba papa an ran 
fin an qfieaf CCtexan-oeii, actif 
T)ob Impifie pp,eT)e|iictif, actif 
Lti'Doictif ba fif a^i an bpjxaingc. 
Rtiai'Dfii, mac 'Coifiyi'dealbaig 
m6i|i, 1 Concobaifi of cenn ^fienn ; 
CCcyo 6 Weill of cionn Cinel C^ojain 
actif an c6i5i'6 title; "Oonn ITlac 
Con-tiloD, tnic Concobatfi, of cenn 
Ullcac ; "Oomnall ni6|i, mac 
'Coi|i|i'6ealbaiT5, mic T)iaf.mara, 
mic 'Coi|i|i'6ealbai5, mic T^ai*^, 
mic Ofiiain Oo|ioTiia, af, 'Ctiau- 
Thtifiitiin actif ayi an 'oajio cdn^eao 
•DolTltiinain. 'Oia|imair,macC^n, 
mic T)onnchtii'6 'otiinn, mic Con- 
mafva, mic 0|ioDcon, mic ITlac- 
Jamna, mic C6in, mic 1TlaolThtia6, 
a|v lb Oechac; Lochltiin 6 ITlaic- 
^fte a|v lb niacaille; TTlaolfec- 
luinn 6 paoldin ayv na "O^iftb; 
T)omnall .h. ^^Uapoqfiui^ afi 
Offiaigib ; T)oninall Caothanac, 
macTnti|ichaf>a ap, Laigntb ; Hltiyi- 
cha*, mac T)onnchai'D, mic Con- 
daiftl HI Ceayibtiill af, UifigiaUaib 
actif afi feyitiib pefinThtiige. 

Txiinic fifDeiie cfX)"Da Sean "oe 
Ctiitxp 50 mbuigin iifoefieaT), acuf 
jxii5T)eoi|iib 6 baile CCca Cliat ^an 
fiof 50 "Ofin "oa Uetglaf, acuf 
fiangarap, ann gan aifiitiga'b, acuf 
•DO fiinneaDaf, clai'be 6 muif, 50 

entered the barboar of Portlairge on 
the festival of St. Luke the apostle. 
The pope at that time was Alex- 
ander the Third. Fredericns was 
Emperor, and Ludovicus was king 
of France. Ruaidhri, son of Toirr- 
dhealbhach the Great, O'Conchob- 
hair, was over Ireland ; Aedh O'Neill 
over Oinel Eoghain and the entire 
province^ ; Donn MacOon-uladh, son 
of Oonchobhair, over the men of Uls- 
ter. Domhnall the Great, son of Toirr- 
dhealbhach, son of Diarmaid, son of 
Toirrdhealbhach, son of Tadhg, son 
of Brian Boromha, was over Tnath 
Mumhain and the second province 
of Mumhain. Diarmaid, son of Cian, 
son of Donnchadh Donn, son of Cu- 
mara, son of Brodcn, son of Math- 
ghamain, son of Cian, son of Maol- 
rahuadh, was over Ibh Bethach.^ 
Lochluin Maicthire over Ibh Ma- 
caille; Maolsechlaiun OFaolainover 
the Desii ; Domhnall hua Gillapa- 
trnig, over the men of Ossorv ; 
Domhnall Caomhanach, son of Mur- 
chadh, over the Leinstermen ; Mur- 
sil O'Cearbhuill, over the Uirghialla 
and over the men of Fcrnmhuighe. 
John de Cuirsi, a valiant knight, 
with a band of knights and archers, 
came secretly from Baile AthaClialh 
to Dunda-Lethglas, which they reach- 
ed without being observed, and they 
built a wall from sea to sea round 

* Province. So Uladh or Ulidia was commonly called. (T.) 

s Ibh Beihach. An erroneoos spelling for Ibh Eochach, or Ivattgh^ uf Munster. (T.) 



maifv tun cm vdn. Ro notioilfioc 
\lUa'6 tiile tun fttiai'6fii mac 
■Otiinntlebe, do to^ail cm •oijin 
|x>p, 8eacm do Ctii|ifi, actif 6 yicm- 
gcroaix cm ndn vo teitecroafv ^an 
T)eabai'6 ^cm car, cqfi bpaicfin na 
8axonac 50 na nectiib Idn T)6i'DeT), 
neoc TK) ten a|i b^paigpn a cceicrhi 
icro, actif TK) ctii|ieaT)a|i a ndfi 
iT)ifi btohcrf) actif nia|ibcr6. *Oo 
pdgbcrt i-pn d|v -pn bacoll pinn6in 
actif bacolt Rondm pmn, actif 
mionna lom'oa oile. 

Siticrg Id tnaoilfecltimn .h. Cac- 
Imnn 50 cCinel nOoJtim, acuf 
!ltiai'6|ii niac*Otimnflebe 50 nUll- 
c«ib, acuf 5^olla cm Coimge .h. 
Cicqfidin, conia|iba paq^tii^ led, 50 
mionntiib maifceific Oyienn, acuf 
cona cl^ficib 50 X)6n va jabdil ap. 
Seem, actif 6 fvon^croaii h^ vo 
teitecroa|i jan fit ^an "oeabai'D, 
actif DO fogbcroaii coina|iba pa- 
TJ^fiaic 5ona cl6|vcib, acuf candin 
Poqrvaic, acuf pmnpdif>eacli pa- 
qfiaic, actif clo^ nmcill CCfiDmaca, 
acuf bacoll Corneal II, acuf ceoldn 
Ti^i^ejintii^, actif bacoll "Oaciafidg 
CTfi^ail, actif bacoll ^rhme, aaif 

the fort. All the Ulidians, with 
Ruaidhri Mac Duinnshlebhe as- 
sembled to destroy the fort against 
John de Ouirsi; and when they 
reached the fort they fled without 
skirmish, without battle, on seeing 
the Saxons with their horses fully ca- 
parisoned, who followed them on ob- 
serving their flight, and slaughtered 
them, drowning and killing them. 
The staff of Finian and the staff of 
Ronan Finn, and many other reli- 
quaries were left in that slaughter. 
An expedition by Maelseachlainn 
0'LochIainu,with the Cinel Eoghain, 
and Ruaidhri MacDuinnshlebhe, with 
the Ultonians,and Giolla-an-Coimghe 
O'Ciaran, Comarb of Patrick, with 
the reliquaries of the north of Eriun, 
and with his clergy, to Dun,^ to re- 
cover it from John'' ; and when they 
reached it they fled without assault, 
without conflict, and left the Com- 
arb of Patrick, with his clergy, 
and the Canon' of Patrick, and the 
Finnfaidhech of Patrick, and the 
bell of the Circuit of Armagh, and 
the staff of Comgall, and the Ceolan 
of Tighernach, and the staff of Da- 

^Dun: Le., Dondalethglaiss or Downpatrick. For '^Giolla an Coiroghe,** read *'GioIIa 
an Coim^dhe^ Servant of the Lord, a Christian name not uncommon at that period. 

^ From John: i.e., from John de Conrcy. (T.) 

• The Canon. The Canon of Patrick was the Book of Armagh, containing the New 
Testament and other books. The Finnfaidhech was a bell so called. The word, as Mr. 
Cnrry thought, signifies "sweet-sounding.*' 0*Curry's />«cf. p. 337, 631 n. Petrie, Round 
Toteer*, p. 220. The Bell of the Circuit was probably the bell said to have been rung 
by St Patrick, and heard throughout the whole of Ireland; Jocel. c. 173., Trip. ii. c. 07. 
The Ctolan of Tighernach was also a Bell. The word signifies mtmcaL It is called Ceolan 
an Tighema (a mistake for Tighemach^^ in the Dublin Ann. of Inisfallen, A.D. 1177. (T.) 



baroll Tnii|xa, acu^ niioTina lonnSa 
oile. "Oo ruir ann "Ooiimfill 6 
pl«irbe|\rai5 ruoi^^c piara^xraif) 
[«c] ; artif ConcoVia^x 6 CianaHdin 
caoirec Croinne'Oiafttnti'occ ; '^^olla 
mic 0105 6 "OoTiTi^aile raoi^ec Con- 
ccyoa; acMy 5^olla C0T115111II lilac 
T!^ij?.acAiTi, raoif ec tn uinri]\e in on - 
56111 ; CinaeuTTlac Cafirdin rccoi^^c 
CiTi6l po^a^iniig, actii" tiio^idn oile 
nac ^^aT)ca|i 'Duijieifi. "Do gabcco 
conia^iba paqxtug cmn, acui^ T)o 
lei^^ecfoap, na Sajconaig uata e va 
iToeoiTi, aciif ru^cro caTi6in pa- 
rjxuiT:;, acui" ceoluti Ti^eiinuig afi 
ccCil 6 na 5«^ui^ ^V' ^^ bpa^bdil 
fan (i)x aft maiibaf) a niaic cl^iieac, 
aciif araiT) na huile n'lionna ele 
as 'Ef^lXwh 50 f e. 

THai'Dni acuf d]x ta Sean t>o 
Cinjifi 1 ccuil an niaift*ei]ir fO]x 
Cmel C^ojain, aciif Conuill aciif 
Ciannacra, inajx niafibaf) '^uylUx 
CfiiofT h. Cordin, mac jxij bpe^i 
naCfiaoibe,actif RaJnaU. 6 l>]ieif- 
lein raoifec panaT). CCnno'Ootnini 
lllcla\\:xiiii. 1184. 

chiarog of Arcail, and the staflf of 
Eimhin, and the staff of Mura, aud 
many other reliquaries. There fell 
there Domhnall OTlaithbertaigb, 
chieftain of Flaithbertach ; and Con- 
chobharO'Cianaliriin, chieftain of the 
Clann Diarmada ; Giolla-Mac Liag 
O'Donnghaile, chieftain of Cu-cho- 
dha, and Giolla-Comgaill Mac Tin- 
ladiin, chieftain of Muiutir Mong^in; 
Cinaet Mac Oart^in^ chieftain of 
Cinel Fogartaigh, and many others 
that cannot be enumerated. The 
Comarb of Patrick was taken cap 
tive there, but the Saxons let him 
go of their own accord ; and the 
Canon of Patrick, and the Ceolan 
of Tighernach, were brought back 
from the foreigners, after being left 
in the slaughter, when the clerical 
students werekilled; but the foreign- 
ers have all the other reliquaries 
to the present time.^ 

A defeat and slaughter by John 
De Cuirsi, in Cuil-an-Tuaiscert,* on 
the Cincl Eoghain, and Conaill, and 
Ciannachta, in which were slain 
Giolla-Criost O'Calhain, son of the 
king of Fir na Craeibhe, and Ragh- 
nall O'Breislein, chieftain of Fanad. 
Anno Domini, MCLxxxiLii. 1184. 

CCru rai^xn^i^.e fa-oa )X)Uaf There is a long clear prophecy of 

Oeficatn, no T)o bi a^ Uu ayir b. Berchan'( which Richard 0*Murcher- 

1 Present fhne. The Four Masters make no mention of this loss of the l{eli(|iiarie.s ; hut 
it is noticed, evidently from the document here published, by the Dublin Annals of Inisfallen, 
quoted by Dr. O'Donovan, 4 Mast. A.D. 1177, note, p. 31. (T.) 
^ Cml-nn-Ttiaigcert, See Reeves' Eccl. Antiq, of Down and dmnor, p. 71. (T.) 
^ Berchatu In the margin is written, in a more recent hand. Vutiriniiini Jierchnni. For 



TTltiificeftrais, a\i an nxKXOififip 
6|iionn, bail a bpuil |X) na fiann 
•o^genac : — 

TTlap, a rcaic camntin pa-pai'o qfvanT), 
5ac legal* cnu ctnxii-o una dixan-o, 
CCn coccTTio^ cottiaigeoiii pUnt 

^aoilpey* Oiyie 6 bp-tn-D jaU ccu«n- 


In S. peDfio nionni" atifiei Uo- 
mae, ctini fepcennio pofc obiutmi 
pefvec qfvanflano excellennf- 
pmi Domini comimf cifieojain e 
feptilch|io apofcolo|i«m inuenuae 
f tine ambae manuf inregfiae, qtia- 
fiotn OD afpecmm guafi'Dianuf 
Pecfiuf "oe Romae, ecce, inqtuu, 
beneoKxae manuf, quae faepe 
lorae fonr in fanguine hefienco- 
fitim, ec pfiopixio ftiT)Ofie pfio pve 
ec poctiia, 7p,a. 

taigh bad) on this captivitj of 
Erinn^ in which this is the last 
stanza : — 

" Where a twig falls a tree grows up, 
Who drops a nut plants a new tree, 
The eighth citizen prince of Rome^ 
Shall release Erinn from the bondage of 
the foreign tribe." 



CCnnol537. OConcobaip^pailge 
conqfia tlenyie 8, anno 27 yiegni 
eiuf infU|i|iexic p|io libe^xrare ec 
copiaf CCnglofitini ingenn clcroe 
■oeletnc, et proregem fugavit per 

In St. Peter's, of Monte d'Oro,* 
at Rome, when seven years after his 
death the translation of the most 
excellent Lord, the Earl of Tyrone, 
took place from the Sepulchre of 
the Apostles, both his hands' were 
found perfect At beholding which 
the Guardian, Peter de Roma, 
exclaimed, Behold, says he, those 
blessed hands, which were often 
washed in the blood of heretics, and 
in their own sweat, for the faith and 
for his country, <kc. 

A.D.1537. O'ConchobhairPailge* 
rose against Henry VIII. in the 
27th year of his reign, for li- 
berty, and destroyed the troops of 
the English with immense slaughter, 


Berchao, see Dec. 4, p. 327, in/ra, and O'Curry's Lectures, p. 412 sq. This "prophecy 
is, no doubt, one of the political forgeries against which Mr. O^Curry has expressed so 
strongly his just indignation. Ibid, p. 410. (T.) 

» Rome, Pope Urban VIII. is probably intended ; ccrf;|iai5eoi|i (citizen) from cotaijv, 
a city, being meant as a translation ^f Urbanus, (T.) 

' Monte dOro, Now the church of S. Pietro in Montorio. The tombstones of Hugh 
O'Neill and of Rory O'Donnell are still shown there. See Ant. Bruodin, Descr.JIibernuB^ 
p. 107. (T.) 

» Hands. In the margin is the note '* Manus ONelli." (T.) 

* OConchchhair Failge, In the margin is the note partly torn off " Ecclesia .... 
bnnintur Angli.*' This successful insurrection is mentioned by the Four Masters, A.D. 
1537, p. 1443, but they do not record the miraculous preservation of the churcli. (T.) 




magnas angustias, qui dum eccle- 
siam ad fastigium repleret noctu 
cadaveribas cscsorum, ne forte tanta 
clade hostis saperbius insolesceret, 
hsBC Id cineres redacta sunt, et eccle- 
sia quanquam ligneum tectum ejus 
esset, iutacta, pulchrior se ipsa 

and drove the Viceroy into great 
straits, who, when he had filled a 
church to the roof with the corpses 
of the slain bj night, lest the enemy 
should become more insolent after 
so great a slaughter, the bodies were 
reduced to ashes, but the church 
itself, although its roof was of timber, 
remained uninjured, and even more 
beautiful than before. 


Coigeof) TnecroBa 6 Luimneac 
50 "Ofiobaoi f . CoigeccD Concot)ai|i 
6 "O^xobaoif foi|i co hlnbe^x Colpa. 
O qidig Inbeyi Colpa 50 Cumajx 
na cyii Tiuifce coi^eccD ^^ileon. 
Coi^ecro OachaiT)h CCbf\af)|iua'6, 6 
fin 50 Oealac Conglaif laim |ie 
muifi. Ofin 50 Luimneac coi^eat) 
Con|ii mic "Oaifie. Cuma^ , unio|i- 
|io, 5ac coigit) um an leic an Uif- 
neac,T11i'De, 7c. Oxniec]io, "C015 
c6i5ib 6i]\enn dine," 7c. .1. af 
8alrui|i Caifil mdf pop. bafia- 

The province of Meadbh,' from 
Limerick to Drobhaois. The pro- 
vince of Conchobhair, from Drob- 
haois, eastwards, to Inbher Colpa. 
From the strand of Inbher Colpa to 
Cumar na tri n-Uisce, is the province 
of Gaileon. The province of Eoch - 
aidh Abhradhruadh, from that to 
Bealach Conglais, near the sea ; from 
that to Luimnech, the province of 
Curoi Mac Dai re. Each province, 
besides, terminates round the stone 
at Usneach, in Meath^ &c. Ex metro, 
** The five provinces of noble Erin," 
ifec, i.e., from the Psalter of Cash el, 
if the conjecture is correct. 


T^imna Caraoi|i, mic peif)limi'6, The will* of Cathaoir,son of Fedh- 

|\i5 0|iienn, ar bat la Conn CeD- limidh, king of Ireland, who was 

carac 1 coat tntii^i hCCga. "Oo killed by Conn Ced Cathach in the 

befir a fe(yoa vo Rof a pdilgeac, battle of Magh Agha. He gave his 

1 OfMtadbh, i.c, of Queen Meadbh or Maud.— See O'Flaherty, Offyg., p. 172. (T.) 
' The Will In the margin is the note "Testamentum Cathairi magni regis HibemiK." 
See the metrical version of the Will of Cathair Mor, Book of Rights, p. 192, and the prose 
abstract of it given by O'Flaherty, Ogyg. p. 811. The above prose account of the will b 
evidently the Irish authority, followed by O'Flaherty, which Dr. 'Donovan says he 
could not find ; Book of RighU, p. 199 n. (T.) 



actif oupeftc pftif oiaiitifcol actif 
ciODfiacail TM) rabtiifir: T)OTia ma- 
cuib oile, acuf "oo Caignib ajxc^na. 
"Oo bfie|X)l Oineacglaf, a fjaiia 
mac, CU15 lon^a lucrra lucrrhaixa, 
cao^a fSiot fgeallbolgac 50 fe- 
manntiib 61^1 acuf aifigiT), CU15 
cloi-Diiti ofi-Duiiin, acuf CU15 cap,- 
paic ceta|i|ii ara. "Oo T)ai]xe Oafi- 
fuic, a qfieaf riiac, rfii .1. fle§ 
feifhneac 50 bpecrodncnb pontiaifi- 
51c, acuf qfii .1. cloi'oeTii C01I5- 
fnigce, acuf z\i\ X. faou 50 cctib- 
fUTDtiib 6i|i acuf afigaic ; 5 ^ilge 
6i|i 'oefiglegca, t^xi X. lenn lofi- 
THxta, acof f ecr fneifisecroa moiv- 
cctra. "Oo fia'o "oo 'Cuoual T^igteac, 
tnac tnaini TTlhaoil, .x. cca^xboir: 
cetajfi yiiora, 5 pcioHa, CU15 bficm- 
•Duib, cfiioca fSiot 50 f^ieocuib 
611V actif a^xgtiir, actif .1. clafoeani 
56|ipiobai|i. "o'piaca CCicecroa, a 
mac -peifin, X. cofin cfiaoifleran, 
X. -oabac TiTKMTiTi lobaifi, .1. gabafi 
^ofim glaf 50 n^ionaib, acuf 50 
mbac6naib qfi^urha. "Oo Cfiiorii- 
rtiiTin, a ctii^eo^ mac, .1. camdn 
cp^uiha 50 liacfioiT)ib examla, 5 

jewels to Ross Failghe, and told him 
to bestow rewards and presents on 
the other sons, and on the Lein- 
stermen in like manner. To Brea- 
sal Eineach-ghlas, his second son, 
5 swift capacious' ships^ 50 well- 
bossed shields, with rivets of gold 
and silver, 5 gold-hiltcd swords, 
and 5 four-wheeled chariots. To 
Dai re Barrach, his third son, thrice 
50 polished lances, with tubes' of 
white silver, and thrice 50 well 
wrought swords, and thrice 50 
shields with gold and silver fasten- 
ings, 5 red-melted' golden rings, 
thrice 50 well-dyed garments, and 
7 large battle standards. To Tua- 
thal Tigheach, son of Main! Mail, 
he gave 10 four-wheeled chariots, 
5 chess-boards, 5 sets of chessmen, 
30 shields, with borders of gold and 
silver, and 50 sharp-edged swords. 
To Fiacha Aicedha/ his own son, 
50 wide-mouthed drinking horns, 
50 vats of brown yew, 50 dark-grey 
steeds, with bridles^ and bits of 
bronze.^ To Crimthan, bis fifth son, 
50 bronze hurlets, with balls of 
various descriptions, 5 exquisite 

^ Capadoua. *^ Naves onerarias.** O^Flah. Ships of burden^ to cany provisions and 
to nceive spoil, always accompanied the ships of war of the ancients. (T.) 

* Tubes, peorodn is a tube or pipe : " ter quinquagenas hastas teretes argenteis 
Uminibus obductas." O'Flah., a, ferule perhaps may be intended. (T.) 

' Bed-meUed, For T)e|i5l©5Ca O'Flaherty seems to have read 'oe^he^a, for he trans- 
lates " ex auro decies liquefacto." (T.) 

^ F^acha-Aicedha. In the Book of Rights more correctly Fiacha ba-h-aicidh, which 
O'Flaherty Latinizes Fiachua Bacchus, (T.) 

» Bridles, O'Flaherty translates 50 |*p.ianaib, macnlis aspersos. (T.) 

^Bronze, 0*Flaherty reads qxe-oaitia; lit.^ ore of brass: qxe or cp-eD is ore. (T.) 




jficeaUa 'Defi^xi^piaigreaca la xx 
tnbp,cmTiaifi tnbfiec i^oifinec, acuf 
macaerii'DacT: cefic coi^it) Lai^en. 
"Oo ficro "Dna vo Wia Co^ib, mac 
Laogaijie Oeftn-Tiibija'Dhaig, niic 
CCon^afa Of^iaige, c6t) bo bftec- 
Tpionn, 6i'6e|i5 acu^p lao§ la gac 
•oa bom, 50 nafstiib exaihla, c^t) 
fgiot nibilig Tnb|xaoineac, c6d cp,a- 
oifeac qfianncofiqfia, c6t) matiaoif 
letan glaf ; c€v lenn Idn coyiqxa ; 
c6t) mileacan 6\i ixxta .1. "Deals; 
c6d neac niolT)arac; c^v cofin 
caoinegaiii; c^t) n'oabac Ti'Dep,5 
loboip, ; .1. cafipar ctmi'oacca, a x 
•61b cerafi yiiara ; .1. pceall -pan 
iTiibeap,ta ; .1. bfiariDub ; .1. ble-be 
buaball b^lpaiiifin^ ; .1. coiyie 
qfietiina ; .1. nieiiige iTi6ft cara, 
le ctimaf coiiiaifile nefic coigit) 

chess-boards^ with 20 sets of chess- 
men, distinguished bj their spots, 
and the true leadership of the 
games of the province of Leinster. 
He also gave to Nia Corb, son of 
Laoghaire Bem-niboadhach, son of 
Aongasof Ossory,100 white- speckled 
cows, with red ears,^ and a heifer 
calf with every two cows, besides 
various gifts ; 100 shields, with pro- 
jecting rims ;' 100 crimson hafted 
spears; 100 broad-blue^ javelins; 
100 full-crimson garments; lOOgold- 
coloured pins, i.e., bodkins ; 100 
steeds of divers colours ; 100 well- 
formed^ drinking horns ; 100 tubs of 
red yew ; 50 covered chariots, ten of 
them four-wheeled ; 50 chess-boards 
for the Fian^ to play with ; 50 sets 
of chessmen ; 50 wide-mouthed trum- 
pet-like goblets ; 50 bronze caul- 
drons ; 50 large battle standards, 
with the right to give advice to the 
power of the province of Grailian.^ 


pulp driven from 

paq[\ia 480 annif, pofc veheila- their country 480 years, after the 

1 /?«/ ears. So O'Flaherty renders the word oiTDeiix;, as if compounded of oi-o or U15, 

ears, and T>ep,5, red. (T.) 
^ProjecHnff rims. O'Flaherty does not translate this phrase: bilig signifies rims or 

borders ; see Book oj Rights^ p. 122, line 4. b|iaoinea6, I can only conjecture to be 

from b|ioinn, a belly. (T.) 

* Broad blue^ or broad grey. OTlaherty translates this ^Manceas candentes.*' (T.) 

< ire//-/ormecf; "affabrecompositos.'* O'Flah. (T.) 

*/lbn; i.e., tne soldiery; " quibus ludunt pugiles." (TFlah. (T.) 

« Gnilian : i.e., of Leinster. 0*Flaherty translates this, " ut Lageniae regis esset a con- 

siliis.'^ (T.) 



rof ITltiinoTiiof anno fal. 1127 
pe|v CCn^lof. *0a c6t) bliccoam 
croeifi raifin^ifte pmn biaf Oifie 
pA mcyofuine ecrfionn, ibi. : — 

8iol cCofiuiU, pot &6^wn p^il* 
Pdn tHxoiivpa pin Txi n-oaigp^iix 
beiT) -pattiib 50 acntiaii cain, 
Re c|\iocac mbl-iccmin mbtinai'D. 


1 ccon'oae Coyicaige acdix) na 
"Oepi nitJThan. 

CCf le let Ctiinn na fiiogptup^c 
oifvectJif , ace Caifiol namd. 

Olio^uin arhdin •do bi |\oinn 
leca eoifi Conn acnp C^ogan .1. 50 
a toinm ayi THo^ L4na. 

Munsterinen were vaDquished by 
the Englibh, soil, in the year 1127. 
Two hundred years, says the pro- 
phecy of Finn/ will Ireland be under 
the foreigner's bondage, there : — 

" The race of Conall, the race of generous 
Under that slavery, unwillingly 
They will endure it, in true sadness, 
During thirty lasting years." 

In the County of Cork are the 
Deaii of Mumhan. 

To Conn's half belong the more 
splendid royal palaces, except Cashel 

The division of halves between 
Conn and Eoghan lasted but one 
year, i.e., to his fall at Magh Lena. 


Hegep tlefiinionii ^enep-if anre 
pvem 60. pofc paqfuaum 46. 
TTlumonii genefiip foluf Oftiantif 
pofc p'oem, 1, acuf Oilill THolr 
once 28. Illi ftegnum renue|iunc 
annof 1805. hi poluni inrep,po- 
larif annif 310. ^^neyiif 1p,ii 
p.e5ef 25, onnip 452. Ileque ex 
6ine|iianif qfiep unquam fuccep- 

The kings of the race of Herimon, 
before Christianity, were 60. After 
Patrick, 46. Of the Moinonian race, 
after Christianity, Brian alone, one; 
and Oilill Molt^ before 28. The 
former held the kingdom for 1805 
years : the latter only for 310 inter- 
polated^ years. Of the race of Ir 
there were 25 kings, for 452 years. 

I Fkm. Alluding probably to one of the prophecies attributed to Finn Mac Cumhaill. 
See O'Currj', Lectures, p. 395. The English were not in Ireland in 1127; perhaps we 
should read 1172, and in the last line of the stanza quoted 'oacec, two hundred, instead 
of cyiiocac, thirty. (T.) 

* OiliU MoU. There is some mistake or omission here. Oilill Molt was of the race of 
Herimon. Perhaps we should read Oilill Finn, who was of the race of Heber ; but he 
flourished long before Christianity. The words " ante 28," appear to signify that before 
Christianit>' there were 28 kings of the race of Hebcr, or of the Munster families. (T.) 

^Interpolated: i e., not continuously. (T.) 



fine pne Erimmiano aut Iriano 
interposito, secus eo. 

Nor did three of the Heberians ever 
reign successively without the in- 
terpositiou of a Herimonian or Irian, 
except him.^ 


Lihri famofiorfs, 

Liupaft ^abaluuf ; linbaip.'OiTin- 

EjTicuf ; liubaifi 1|ip Irifi Tlaifir. 
|xui§iie; ro§la; rocThni|ic; rana. 
Liubui|iCCf\T)amaca; liubnift Ofio- 
gam S^fiibnt; Colnitn CiUe; Corii- 
gnill ; Innfi Corhaig ; Cinema mic 
'M6if .1. na hUi-Ofii ; Le^a nioi|i; 
8alcai|V Caifil ; Cainiin Intifi 
Cealqxa ; ^^inne 'Da Laca ; r^uaina 
•oa Ualann. 

The morefamotu Books. 

The Book of Invasions ; the Book 
of Dinnseanchus ; the Book of Iris' 
of Inis Hairt. Contentions ; Demo- 
litions ; Courtships ; Spoils.' The 
Book of Ardmagh ; the Books of 
Brogan Scribhni^ ; of Colum Cille ; 
of Comgall ; of Inis Cathaigh ; of 
Clonmacnois, i.e., na hUidhri ; of 
Lismore ; the Psalter of Cashel ; 
[the Book] of Caimin of Inisceltra ; 
of Glen da Locha ; of Tuam da Ua- 


Hugonio Magno j urate rege, 
omnes, eius posteros et solos regna- 
turos Sacramento sanxerunt. ex qui- 
bus sunt ScotiaB Albanise rege8,etiam 
modernus Anglise, Lethcunnenses, 
Laginenses,Ossorienses, Dalriati, Dal- 
readffi, Baiscnii, Muscrii, Desii. Tul- 

Hugonius, the Great, being sworn 
king, all confirmed it by oath that 
his posterity, and they alone, should 
reign, of whom are the kings of 
Albanian Scotia, and also the pre- 
sent [king] of England ; [the kings] 
of Leth-Cuinn, of Leinster, of Ossory, 
of Dalriada, of Dalaradia, of Bascne, 

^ Him, Oilill Finn is the only exception : his immediate predecessor and 8ucce»or were 
also of the Heherian race. This conjSrms the conjecture that for Oilill Molt we should 
read Oilill Finn. (T.) 

« Iris. Or Oiris. This word means antiquity, history. The book is not now known. (T.) 

B Spoils, These were all romantic tales founded, for the most part, on historical events. 
See a curious list of them from the Book of Leinster, published by Mr. O'Curry ; Lectures, 
Append. Ixxxix, p. 684, sq. (T.) 

^ Scribhni : Le., the scribe. See 8 July, p. 191. For the books here mentioned see 
O'Curry's Lectures. They are not all now known to exist, but it is possible that some of 
them may be in private hands, or somewhere on the Continent. (T.) 

* Tuam da Uaiann. So spelt also, p. 167, (10 June), but more correctly Tuam da 
Gualann, [of the two shoulders,] now Tuam. [T,] 



lins Teacimar idem juramen tain re- 
Doyavlt. Ab Herimoniis Hibernia 
dicitar; reac'Cuactiil: laulugoine; 
qfiioc CtiiTin ; p)Tin .pei'olini ; 
achai-d CCifvc; cl4|i Cofimaic; 
clafi Cobuoig. PfiiThcealla, afiT) 
paifir oifvectiif , ace Caifiol, actif 
ayvoTiaoifh 6|ienn .... 

of Muscraighe, of Desii. Tullius' 
Teach tmar renewed the same oath. 
Hibernia is called from the Herimo- 
niaiis ; the House of Tuathal^ ; the 
land of Hugony ; the territory of 
Conn ; the soil of Feidhlim ; Art's 
field; Cormac's plain; Cobthach's 
plain. The chief churches, the pre- 
eminent high palaces, except Oashel, 
and the high saints of Erinn' 


CCnno 1601 cdim^'OoTi Seen vet 
CC^uila 50 Cenn faile. 

In the year 1601 Don John del 
Aguila came to Cenn-saile [Einsale]. 


CiU P|iaf nigh ; Cill pp,aoic ; 
CiU Coca, 1 THi'De. Cill bi 1 cCon- 
nacniib : "Cempall "Oyioma aiyiT) 
1 cn|v piaqnac THuai'De. Cill 
TTlufichai'oi cCofiann. CiUOaifiT) 
1 Laipiib, ni og^ia, pofice Cill 
Ooip^'one, no Cill hi-mOaifiT) ara 
in uacrap, Connacr. Cill Luaiu- 
fieonn 1 Laignib, ni o^yia. Cill 
Cofindin 1 cclainn Ricaiffo. 

Cill Frasuigh ; Cill Fraoich ; Cill 
Choca, in Meath. Cill Bhi in Con- 
nacht : Tempull Droma-aird, in Tir 
Fiachrach Muaidhe. CillMurchaidh, 
in Corann. Cill Bhaird, in Leinster, 
no question : perhaps Cill Bairdne or 
Cill hi mBaird, is in Upper Con- 
nacht. Cill Luaithreann in Leins- 
ter, no question. Cill Corn&in in 
Clann Ricaird. 


Ehud Hebrseorum dux, qui et Ao<I,^ f. Gene [vel Jerae'*] f. Gemini, 
liberavit Israelem a tyrannide Eglonis regis Moabitarum. ludic. 3. Joseph, 
lib 5, cap. 5. Significat vero quod Laudans sive CaiiJUens. 

1 TuUius : Le., Tuathal. (T.) 

* TwUhal. See O'Flaherty, Offy^ia, p. 19. (T.) 

' Eritm, The paragraph ends imperfectly : the writer probably intended to say that 
the principal churches and palaces, except Cashel, were built by the Herimonians, and 
that the most eminent saints were sprung from the same race. (T.) 

* Aod, In the margin is written Ado, Hugo. Aod is the name givon him in the Latin 
Vulgate, JwL iii., 15, 20, sq. (T.) 

* VflJern, These words are written as a glos^s over Gtra» (T.) 



PurgcUorium S» PiUricii, 

CCcaiT) CU15 lepra "ouifi penntiiDe 
ann imma TXiomcltii'6 na hoilic- 
|iig, leaba poqiai^, Cottiim cille, 
Ofii^Di, CC'DaniTiain, acuf "Oaibeo^. 
3in cefc peji^ml. OCcc arbep, an 
b^. m^. nac ^caif) atx 'oa leabai"D, 
.1. pocyiaic acuf Coltum, anti. 48 
gan biaf) gan 1)15. 9 la atm title. 
"Cu^iuf Q^i yeax) an laoi acuf ti^x- 
nat§f)e. lit •ou Tpalann letf an 
ccojic aftdn. Loc ^e^ic a atnin. 

There are five beds of hard pe- 
nance there, round which the pil- 
grims go, the Bed of Patrick, of 
Columcille, of Brigid, of Adam nan, 
and of Dabeog. This is the testi- 
mony of Fergal. But the b^. tn^ 
says' that he saw but two beds there, 
viz., Patrick's and Columns. 48 
[hours] without food, without drink. 
9 days there altogether. A pilgrim- 
age during the day, and prayers. 
The baking of bread must be with- 
out salt. Loch-gerc is its name. 


The Book of Columcille, i.e., the 
Book of Durmhaigh, is in Dur- 
mhaigh itself, in Cinel Fiachach, i.e., 
the country of MacEochagain : writ- 
ten in Oaidhelic letters, the New 
Testament, with a binding of silver 
and gems.^ The house of Colum- 
cille is above [i.e., over the oratory], 
in Oenannus, and the station^ of 
crosses, and his miraculous book 
is there. His way to the church 
used to be underground. Gorm- 
laith, daughter of Flann, is under 
a great cross, and she came to 
meet Brian na mBarr6g, to ask for a 
flag to be put over her body. On 
the stone that is in the cemetery 
[w the inscriptionl " I place this 
stone over thee, Gormlaith." 

' The ff. m'. »ayj». What these contracted words signify docs not appear. The first person 
that entered the Purgator>' was a certain 3fifc*, named Owen. Colgan, Tr. Th. p. 274, $q. (T.) 

* Gems. This beautiful MS., despoiled however of its silver and gems, is now in the 
Librar}' of Trinity College, Dublin. It contains the four Gospels only. (T.) 

« iftnUon. Meaning that there is a circle of crosses there forming a station or sanctuary. (T.) 

CCua tecibap, Choluim cilie .1. 
leabayi "Oufiitiaige in "Oujxn'iui^li 
pein 1 ccmel pacac .1. "ourbaig 
rhe^ Oocosain fsixiogca aft liqitb 
^ai'oelge, noiium ce^xainenmm, 
50 ccen^al ai^x^iT) acuf gemmuib. 
CCra reac Coluini ciUe yuay 1 
cenannui", ac«i" an frario qxof, 
acuf a leabafi ann 50 mio^ibuilib. 
T)o bico a fli5iT> 'oon renipall 
paoi calaih. CCra ^ofinilait in§en 
pioinn ^aoi qxoif moip,, acuf 
cdini5 'Dionnfoi^hi'D Ofitatn na 
mba|ip,65 T)iafifiai'6 cailtige vo 
rogbail "oa cofip. CC]\a leic ara 
ifin fielig cui|xini an leacjpa (y\\c 




CCoD mac Ofiic, mic Cojibmaic, 
mic C|\eThruiTin, inic pachac, o 
Bptiili'D Cinel picroac i cCiU difv 
na tnixn "oo 1113506 h4. CCra a 
bacoil mifibailig 'DpoTiTibp,tiin .1. 
pfi6f, 50 naiixgeax) btiailre a|i 
pxgail 05 piocafi mac Ooca^ain. 
€Cra Roc (Xma cempall pofifidifDi 
ann |:6f. CCfe p6iti -oo pim\i an 
bacolt, facit platanea mir^ in per- 
joros, acof Cilldi^i fof aca cein- 
pall CCoto. "Oo caifitinsifi pa- 
qiaic a jein 6 piachaixj an can 
rug 15 baile.T>|:efionn cimceall 
CiUai^x "DO, lafi mallacc cloc 
Uifnig i>6 nac gab 5p,eini. 

Aodh mao Brie, mic Corbmaic, 
mic Cremhthainn, mic Fiacbach, 
from whom are the Oinel Fiachach, 
was born in Oilldir of Meath. His 
miraculous staff, made of Finnbruin, 
i.e., brass, inlaid with silver, is in 
the possession of Peter MacEocha- 
gain. Bath Aodha, a parish church, 
remains there still. It was he him- 
self [viz., Peter MacEochagain] who 
found the staff; facit platanea (?) 
mtractUa in perjures ; and Oilldir is 
still the church of Aedh. Patrick 
foretold his descent from Fiachach, 
when he gave him 15 townlands 
around Cillair, after cursing the 
stones of Uisnech, that thej should 
not take hold together.^ 


"Oobac beficdin -00 ^loc 50 
iiuai'6i in nib Pail^i 1 bpe|ionn o 
01 be|icain, an mai-oi pdf nmciol 
an uifge. CCnn fin ac6 Cluain- 

K)fT:a, acuf annpn ard r^empall 
eficdin acuf "oo bi. 

The tub of Berchain was found 
new in Ui Failge, in the territory 
of Ui Berchain ; the timber was 
still round the water.^ It is there 
Clonsost is, and it is there is Tem- 
pull Berchain, and was. 


S. Lommani Episcopi nepotis S. 
Patricii ex sorore festum in Eccle- 
sia sua in Portloniain 'oiec. TniT)en. 
feu CCitxD Ofveacam, 3 veris seu 
Febr. Extant baculus et catena qua 

The feast of St. Lomman, Bishop, 
nephew of St. Patrick by his sister, 
[is celebratfdj in his church in 
Portlomain, diocese of Meath or 
Ardbreacaiu, the 3rd of Spring, or 

» Toffeiher. See the story of the 15 townlands given by Enna, son of Niall of the Nine 
Hostages, to St. Patrick, and of the curse on the stones of Uisnech ; JoceL c. 100; Vi<, 
7H/>. ii., 17, 18. (T.) 

* Round the water: i.e., its timber was still sound enough to hold water. (T.) 


cincto} sanantur laborantes paer- February.^ His staff is extant, as 
perio. dicitur cum navicula advectus also his chain, by which women 
per aSra usque Ath-trjm in Midia labouring in childbirth, when girt 
et insula Loch -huaren sis prope Por- with it, are healed. He is said to 
turn Lomani extruxisse sediculam, have been carried through the air 
quaa extat adhuc, in qua yivebat ex in his boat as far as Ath Trim, in 
herbis potissimum Alexandricis, Meath ; and to have built a small 
quarum ibi magna copia. house in an island in Loch Huar, 

near Portlomain, in which he lived 
for the most part on Aloxandric' 
herbs, of which there is there a 
great abundance. 


CCT)ei|i henfii hap-iiif in apol«. pog. 88. Henry Harris' says, in 
Apolu. p. 88 : ''The days were when Celestius, a man of this country's 
birth, brought in Pilagiauisme, and eclipsed with that foul cloud of heresy 
the glorie of the church then in this kingdom. After him againe rose 
another false prophet, and native of this country, called Joannes Scotus, 
circa annum 890, who introduced the sacramentarie heresie, both of them 
monks, &c. 

Et pag. 98, "Jo. Armachanus,^ native of this country, borne in Dun- 
dalke, where allsoe now, in S. Nicholas church, his bones rest, being 
translated from Avignone, in France, where he died an. 1360." De quo 
Trith[emiu8] (De) Scriptt. Ecclesiasticis ; " Richardus archiepiacopus Arm. 
etPrimas HibemioB, vir indivinis scripturJseruditus,etsecularisphilosophi{e 
jurisque canonici non ignarus, ingeuio clarus, sermone scholasticus, in 
declamandis sermonibus ad populum excellentis industrioB." Et pag. 99 : 
" As for his life, he both had been and at this day is held in the church 
for a saint, no lesse than S. Patricke and S. Columba; yea that his 

1 February. Perhaps we should read here " B° seu verius 17° FebruariL" Colgan, 
following the Mart, of Tallaght, makes 17 February his day. In the following Calendar 
he is commemorated Oct. 11. See p. 273. (T.) 

^ Alexandric: This was the Sm^mium Olus^Urum^ commonly called Alexanders (pro- 
bably a corruption of Olus-atrum). See Withering's Botany^ vol. ii., p. 392 n. (7th ecUL) 
Its Irish name, Aliitrin^ is certainly a corruption of Alexandrine. Dr. Threlkeld calls this 
plant ffipposdinunt, seu Smyrmum vulgare. "Synopsis stirpiuiu Hiberu." Dubl. 1727. 

^ Henry Harris. I cannot find elsewhere any mention of this author, or of his work 
here quoted. Perhaps it may have been in MS. only. In the margin are the words 
"Celestiuts Jo. Scotus." (T.) 

^ Jo. Armachanvs. Read Richardus ArmadianuK (T.) 


canonization waa proposed and intreated of in the Pope's consistory, see 

Ln. Wadding, in Annal. 

" Many a mile have I gone, and many did I walk, 
But never saw a hollier man than Richard of Dondalk." 

Vnlgo S. Richard, of Dundalk, cognom. Radulphus. Genebr. et Alph. a 

Oastro inter ha^reticos eum numerant. Bellarminus non ita. In oratione* 

coram Innoc. VI. et Cardinales Avinione, dicit Platus^ lib. i. c. 33 (qnod 

opus aliqni snspicantur fuisse Olandii Aqusevivs?, Generalis Societatis Jesu) 

enm niDlta contra statum religiosorum mendicantium evomuisse, et post 

breTi mortaus ; sed tantum contra abosas, non contra statam est locutus, et 

triennio postea mortaus, anno soil. 1357, 8 Not'^* jnxta Trithem. et 17 Cal. 

Decembris, an. 1360 est mortaus. I@° Vide Lect 2. noct. Dom. 4 post 

Epiphaniam ad rad*™* hist"* locum tempus et personam. 


"Oomnac Caoi'oejUulgoS.Cadini, Domhnacb Caoide, vulgo S. Ca- 

pofi|iaifTe. X^mpult ui Ounie, i dini,' a parish. Tempull ui Bhuidbe, 
nOifiecc 1 Certain fa p^il. in Oirecht i Cathain^ is where his 

festival is. 


niobeoec .i. Oeoan. THacybog Mobheocc* is Beoan. Maodhog 

.1. CCa6cm. Tnof^nog .i. 8enan. i. e. Aodhan. Mosbinog is Senau. 

TTlocaotho^ .1. Caoriian. Tnelceog Mochaomhog is Caonian. Melteog is 

.1. 6lcin. Eltin. 


bait€ CCu in tlficai|i i cCinel In the town of Ath-in-Urcair, in 

Piachai'6, ora 'Cempall "Oai^bi .i. Cinel Flachach, is Tempul Daidhi, 

1 In oratione. This is the work which has been more than once published under the title 
of Defensorium Cufoiorum. (T.) 

^PlaUu, The words quoted are from the treatise of Hieron. Platus, S. J. "De bono 
status religiosi,'' Ven. 1591, lib. i., c. 33, p. 194. (T.) 

* Cadtni. See note on S. Caoidhe, p. 373. Oirecht Ui Cathain, or the territory of 
0*Kane, is another name for Cianacta Glinne Geimhin, the territory around Dungiven, 
county of Deny. (T.) 

* Mobheocc, The Irish used the diminutive of the names of saints as a mark of affection, 
and prefixed mo, my, as an expression of devoti<m ; as we still say Our Lord, Our Lady. 
The diminutive was formed by the termination an or in^ or by adding the adjective occ 
or og, little. Thus, J5eo, diminutive Beo-an, or Beo-occ, and prefixing mo, Mobeocc^ " my 
Beocc," or "my liitle Beo.^ Aodh^ diminutive Aodhan, Mo-aodh-an, and Mo-aodh-OQy 
*'my little Aodli," shortened into St. Mogue ; Stn^ diminutive Senan^ or Sen-og^ Mothenogy 
**my little Sen;*^ the saint who gave name to the Prebend of Monmohenoc in St. 
PaUick*8 Cathedral, Dublin. ObiU of Christ CAurcA, p. xlvi. n. EUe, diminutive AVft'ii, 
or EUeog, Mo-tU^og, or Melteog, " my Elteog" (11 Dec. p. 332), now corruptly St. Multosc 
of Kinsale. (T.) 



bail aft btiailecTD inctnTi TTleif- i^., the place where the brain of 

ge^fia aft Concobaft fitg nUlaT). 
CCra fidt Conutll Cefinaig cmn. 
CiH CyititTiifttataft i cCinel ptach- 
afo pof pofifiaifDi, ara fuaf •!. 
CiH Cfttumteii pyiaoich. 

Mesgethra was cast against Con- 
chobhar,^ King of Uladh. The 
circuit of Conall Cernach is there. 
CillCruimriathar, in Cinel Fiachach, 
is likewise a parish; it is above, 
i.e., Cill Cruimther* Fraoich. 


LaiTiTi Oalo 1 bpejitiibceall .1. Lainn Ealo in Ferceall, i.e., the 

•Dtitaig Hi TTlaolTiitiai'b. CCca ba- country of Ui Maolmuaidh.^ The 
toU Colinain Oalo aft pojail pof . staff of Colman Ealo is still to be 



CCT)et]x anc. b^aijie Uareft Ualef f 
50 bjxicaigfe -p^tn Concobaft . . 

fcol65 in aice CCta 

clior, a ccen a feci: pcev blicroun 
Ian T)a cuirhni T)d c6ill. "Oo bejiti 
50 nnnic T)o cum piognuife ceo- 
fiann, 7c. Cfui obnu anno 1629, 

. . . . Walter Walsh . . . 
says that he himself saw Conchobar/ 
. a farmer, near Athcliath, 
at seven score years of age, full of 
memory, and intelligence. He was 
often brought as a witness about 
boundaries, &c. He died abont the 
year 1629. 


Lasri propinquus, citerior tamen tempore quidem .... 

Euphemia, i pjtne vv. et martyres 
ambo 16 sen 17 Septembr.* 


8eDno, Sidonius vel Sidonue.® 

1 Conchohhair, See the extract from the historical tale of Conchobhair Mac Nessa, 
CCiirry'a LecturtB, App CLVI., p. 636. (T.) 
« Cruimther, i.e., Priest. See 20 Nov., p. 314, and Irish Index, p. 422. (T.) 

• Ui-Maolmuaidh : Le^ 0'Molloy*8 country, King's County. (T.) 

* Conchobar, The blank following this name is in the original. In the margin is the 
note T)e tongaeuii*. Who Walter Walsh was does not appear, and I do not know how to 
translate the contracted words ai)r. b^ttiirie. (T.) 

^Septembr. See below, at 15, 16, and 17 Sept., pp. 249-251. (T.) 
'' Sidonus. Meaning that Sidonius or Sidonus M-ould be the Latin form of the name 
Setlno^ or Sedna. (T.) 



Qloriemur in Domino qui est mirabilis in Sanctis snis in quibus et pre- 
sidium constituit et exemplum. Ambrosins Serni. in natali S. Laurentii. 


CiofV acuf LafQft, virgines tute- Ciar and Lasair, virgines tute- 

lares, i ccempoll pofiftofce "Ooin- lares, in the parish church of Domh- 

11015 Tn6iTi, 1 bpomiaifce uiT)baifiT; nachM6in,Mn an impropriate parish, 

dioc. Clocheren. Lo^h 2 . . . diocese of Ologher. Lo^b 2 . . . 

TKXlb. DQlb. 


T^eompoll pofiftaifoe T^i^i 8a|\- The parish church of Tigh Sarain, 

(an 1 TiT)elbTia mic Coclain, 1 is in Delbhna mic Cochlain, in the 

cconT)ae in TI15, in efpugoi'oecc King's county, in the bishopric of 

Cliicma mic noif . Cluain mic nois. 


baile T)cqfiab ainm Li THancain The town whose name is Leth 

ibidem,ettemplum parrochiale; cui^ Manchain, is in the same place, and 
mile Qf pn cobaft THancain actif it is a parish church ; five miles 
mjxiif . from thence is Manchan*s well and 



T)onnch(r6, 30 Oc^o6rw. 8aoiliin Donnchadh, 30 October.* I be- 

^fiab efo T)onncbcr6 poTTfiun na lieve that this is the Donnchadh 
n-iafgaiftecro 1 cCill Cloiaifi, patron of the fishermen in Cill Clo- 

^Ikfrnknach MSm, Now Donaghmoyn. See Shirley's Fam^, p. 151, «^. The last 
words of this paragraph are obscure, and have been left untranslated. (T.) 

* Station, Tuuytay is a circuit, a pilgrimage, a "station." (T.) 

t30 October. These words are erased in the MS., and in the margin is the half effaced 

note "OafiteTn afe T)onncha'6 pein op, |xin 26 TTIaii. 

"I suppose this is the very Donnchadh 25 May." We are afterwards 

told that the festival of Donnchadh was in harvest, and therefore not on the 25 May. 
The Donnchadh commemorated on 25 May was abbot of Hy. (T.) 



ceicfie Thile on "Ofioicecro i iit>iaec. 
CCfi'DTTiaca 1 ccoTiT)ae Lnt 8rfta- 
baile. Mifi baichet) aoin -pefi 
T)fob ftiani, actif baiT)refi a Icm 
oile eacqficmTiac cmn fin afa 
ccomaifi, acuf Inez luinge tiile 
ace aoinpefi Dib do gfteamaig 
•Don qxann rfe6il. CC faotfie fan 
fogmaft. CCn Id fo fetn cap, 5ac 
Id 50 bpiof Dam. Mi bi fgat do 
fine 50 bftar; oppa. 

cbair, four miles from the bridge,* 
in the diocese of Ardmagh, in the 
county of Loutb-Strabaile. Not one 
man of them was ever drowned, and 
many other strangers were drowned 
there before them, and the whole 
crew of a ship, except one man of 
them, who clung to the mast. His 
holiday is in harvest. On that very 
day, beyond every day to my own 
knowledge, there is not the shadow 
of bad weather upon them for ever. 


Leoman arhdin 7 DCfi^ Dam D015 
efiecruf aD laenam afimuf ui 
Pefxgail. piafiiaiD do niu|\chaD 
an Capcin. 

A lion alone and red [gules], as I 
think, erectus ad lo^vam, is the coat 
of arms of Ferghail.' Ask Cap- 
tain Murchadh. 


In quadam oratione de S. Murro,^ quod ferasbestias subjugavit, et triduo 
defunctum ad vitam revocavit 


CCoDon Innfi TnioDc6iT; .1. Inif 
TDoDicance bfiirannif, nunc Lin- 
disferne, de quo Camdenus Insula) 
Brit pag. 747. Curbefic ibi acuf 

Aodhan of Inis Miodooit,^ i.e., 
Inis Medicante, as the Britons [caU 
it], now Lindisfarne. Of which 
Camden, Insvlce Brit^^ p. 747. 
Cuthbert \wajB\ there, and Aidanus. 

1 The Bridge, Meaning Drogheda; the Irish name of which, 'DfioiceoTD-ata, signifies 
the ** Bridge of the ford." Dundalk was anciently Strad-baile-Duine Delgan, from whence 
the county is here called Luth-Strabaile. (T.) 

« CtFerghcul See the arms of O'Ferrall, in plate 4 of O'Connor's transl. of Keating. (T.) 

» -S^. Murro. In the margin is the note " TTIeadiiiYi .i. Tnacha|ve sen Meacharius.*' (T.) 

« Miodcoiiy or Medhcoit. See Aug. 81, p. 231. (T.) 

< Intulm Brit. The reference is to the section of Camden's Britannia, headed " Insuin 
BritannicBB," p. 851 of the edit Land, 1607, [Gibson's Camden, ii, col. 1502.] (T.) 




De S. Felimio Killmorensi 9 August! cum D. Brian us Orelly ex Breff- 
niain Montem Carbiyum peregre cum subditis emigraret, ibique feetum S. 
Felimii observarent, qusedam Catharina Duj£, uxor Cornelii Siridiani, 
ancillas emisit messum linum* in die S. Tutelari gentis dicato. Oumque 
dehortantibus vicinis festi violationem jubereter a servili opere revocare 
CEtmulas, Longe, inquit, a Felimio scabioso Eilmorensi natales mei sint, 
ne protinus celebrltatem vobiscum recolam, neque hujus loci omnino 
Patronus est. Mox tamen in amentiam versa exiliit in segeiem, totamque 
lini coUecti congeriem snis manibus dissipavit et pessum dispersam abje- 
cerat, supersunt qui ante 18. vv. id' circiter. 

£z. . . 3. YsQ qui prffidaris nonne et ipse prsddaberis et qui spemis 
nonne et ipse spemeris . . . depredati nem . . . depredaberis : 
cnm &tigatus desieris contemnere, contemneris. 


toich^Ti' . 

. 17 Aprilis. 


20 Maij. 


. 22 Aprilis. 

iriobecce . 

. 24 Maij. 

Ulaccoi^e . 

23 Aprilis. 

Vide . 

31 Maij. 

TTlioTiTiac . 

23 Aprilis. 


2 Junij. 


. 24 Aprilis. 


7 Junij. 


. 25 Aprilis. 


12 Junij. 


. 30 Aprilis. 

24 Junij. 


1 Maij. 


. 26 Junij. 


7 Maij. 

2 Julij. 

Ces ap, hut] 

r'* . 13 Maij. 

6 Julij. 


15 Maij. 


. 20 Julij. 


. 15 Maij. 

26 Ju. 


. 16 Maij. 

Coriigala . 

. 28 Julij. 

^ Messum linum, " Cut or reaped flax." 

* vr. id. Meaning, apparently, " qui ante 18 annos viderunt id.'* (T.) 

' Loichen. This list is on the last page of the MS. (T.) 

< Ce» ar huir^. What this signifies I am unable to explain. (T.) 





OCfx an aT)Bafi 50 ccainicc an bfiaraifi bocr TTlicel o Clefiij 
T)oni lonnfaicche (mailte Le huililacr a tiacraiidin an roratfi 
lofeph etiafUitiT) pfiotiinfial tiifxT) S. Pfion^eif) T)o taif- 
benaT) an litibai|Xfi (maille le leabfiaib ele) T)aTh, OCcufa 
piann mac Cai|ip|ie mic CCet)accdin 6 baile ThecCCeT)hac- 
cdin 1 cconncae 'Chiopfiar: OCjiann a^a pia'Dnucche (je T)o con- 
na^ic 50 lofi T)o leabpxiibh benuf le peilib na naom) nach 
pacat)ar 'Oiob fin tiile einleabafx ay lionmaifxe, acuf af 
bucca fx)illei|ie, glome, fo uuiccpona, aciif af peifi ofiT) 
ftii'Oiucce, acuf cldti, acuf af lonrholca mati peilifie acuf 
TTla|iri|ilaic ma [an] leabafi fo ; acuf mail t)e[ibaT)h, aififin 
aru ace ctifi mo lairtie aifi fo, a mbaile mec OCeT)haccdm, .1. 
Nouembiiif, 163fi. 


WhtTe«a8 the poor Friar Michael O'Clery came into my presence (in 
obedience to his superior the Father Joseph Everard, Provincial of the 
Order of St. Francis) to show me this book, with other books; I am Flann, 
son of Catrpre Mac Aedhagain, of Bally Mac Aedhagain, in the county of 
Tioprat Arann^, who testify that, although I have seen many books re- 
lating to the festivals of the saints, yet I never did see any one book of 
them so full and so eminently^ clear, bright, intelligible, and in better 
order and plain, and so worthy of praise as the Festivale and Martyrology 
which are in this book ; and to certify this, I put my hand upon it, in Bally 
Mac Aedhagain, 1 November, 1636. 


1 Tioprat Arann: i.e., Tipperary. Bally- Mac- Egan is a townland in the Barony of 
Lower Ormond, County of Tipperary, on the banks of the Shannon. The family of Mac 
E^n wa.s long celebrated for learning, and furnished numerous Brehons, Ollambs, and 
Hard», as a glance at Dr. O'Donovan's Index to the- Four Masters will show. The branch 
of the family to which the above Flaun belonged were Brehons to Mac Carthy More. See 
U'Uonovau's Hy Many, p. 108. (T.) 

2 Kmin4mUy. Lit. "of such clear quality " — hurra or bu^a, quality, attribute. (T.) 


OC]i an at)5aii5o ccaintc an bjiacaiii bocc TTlicel oCLeiiuj^ 
T)om lonnfaigheT) (atnaiLle iie limiilachc a tiacT)a|iaiTi an 
cacaiii loreph GueiiafiT) pfiouinnpal uijiT) ^8. ]^]iOTifeif) T)o 
caifbenaT) an LeaBaifip (niaiU^ |ie leaBjiaib oile) T)atri. 
(fcamp TTlac Op.uai'De'Da Concobai^i TTlac TTlaoilin oicc 6 
ChilL ChaoiT)e, acuf 6 uceji TTlaoLdin i cconcae an Chlaiji, 
ace T)enarh paDnaip ge vo connajtc lomaT) vo leabfiaiB 
beanuf fve peiliB na naorh n&ifieannac nac bpacat)af 7)16 
fin tiile aoinleabaji af lionrhui|ie glome Bucca, acuf ay 
peafifi 6|XT) fuit)iti5he eaccaji acuf af mo lonrholca, mafi 
feilifie actif maiirajilaicc ma an leabafifa ; acuf map, t)eap- 
bcrt) aip pn, auu ace etifi mo lairiie atpfo i Cill ChaoiT)e 
.11. Nouembpif, 1636. 


Whereas the poor friar Michael O'Clery came into ray presence (in 
obedience to his superior, Father Joseph Everard, Provincial of the Order 
of St Francis) to show me this book, together with other books ; I am 
Mac Bruaidedha, Conchobhar, son of Maoilin 6g/ of Cill-Chaoide [_Kilkeedi/^ 
and Leitir Maolain [^Lettermoi/lan], in the county of Clare, who testify that 
I have seen many books relating to the festivals of the Irish saints, but 
never did see any one book of them so full, eminently clear, and arranged 
in better order, and so worthy of praise, as the Festivale and Marty rology'-* 
which are in this book ; and to attest this, I put my hand upon it in Cill 
Chaoide, 11 November, 1636. 

CONNER M*BRODY, who was inaugurated^ 


^ Maoiim ng : i.e., Maoilin, junior, who died 31 Dec., 1602, according to the Four 
Ma«tent. lie was succeeded as "Mac Bniaidedha," or head of his race, by his son Con- 
chobhar, or Conner, the writer of the above Testimonium. The family name was anf]clice<l 
Mac Brody, and also Bruodin. They were hereditary historians and bards of the CBrienn 
of Inchiquin for many generations. (T.) 

a a a a 

* Martyrology. The MS. reads here peitifte 7 m m ma|xraTitaicc, but m m seems to 
be a mistake of transcription. (T.) 

■ Inauffwaied. In Dr. O'Donovan's translation of the Testimonium given by Conner 
Mac Brody to the Annals of the Four Masters, the words "oa TiT^oifitefi, in the signature, 
are rightly translated ^^ called.'' But the meaning is " proclaimed" or " inaugurated,*' 
i.e., officially declared to be the Mac Bruaidedha. See the extract from Keatiiig's aci-dunt 
of the inauguration of Irish chieftains given bv Dr. O' Donovan, //y Fiachrach^ p. A'M ttq. 




Visis testimoniis et approbationibus eorum qui praecipui 
sunt antiquarii reruni nostrarum et linguae ac historise 
peritissimi et expertissimi, de fide et integritate fratris 
Michaelis Cleri in opere (quod vocatur Martyrologium 
Sanctorum Hybemiae) colligendo, castigando, illustrando, 
et cum omnibus vetustissimis codicibus manuscriptis 
conferendo, Nos Malachias" Dei et ApostolicaB sedis gratia 
Archiepiscopus Tuamensis et Conaciae Primas, dictum 
opus prelo ad Dei gloriam, nationis honorem, ac cora- 
raunem utilitatem dignum censemus. 

Datum Galviae, 15 Kalendas Decembr., 1636. 

1 Malachiat This was Malachy or Maolseclilainn O'Cadhla (jyKealy or (TKeely). Dr. 
Moran calls him O'Quigley, {Memoirs of Dr. Oliver Plunket^ p. 386). His ancestors, the 
0*Cadhla, were chieftains of Conmaicne-mara (Connemara) : Cambr, Evert. , p. 27 ; 
(/Dubhaffoin, Topogr, Poem$, p. 6i. He was consecrated R. C. Archbishop of Taam, 
11 Oct, 1631, and was killed 25 Oct, 1645, near Ballysadare, in the county of Sligo. 
Bmodin {De»cr. Regni HibemuR, p. 76,) ^ves the following account of his death : ** Pne- 
sulem hunc (qui tertii fuit ordinis S. P. Francisci) dignissimum, barbari Calvinistte, post 
datam fidem, abscisso prius brachio dextro, Anno 1645, in minutas secuemnt partes.^ 
Colgan mentions an " Elenchus ecclesiamm Diocesis Tuamensis,'^ written by this prelate, 
(whom he calls Malachias Qiia^lens) from which he has extracted the portion relating to 
the Aran Islands, Actt. SS.^ p. 714. See also Lynch, Vita Kirovani^ p. 47. (T.) 



Visis testimoniis et authenticis peritorum approbation- 
ibus de hoc opere per fratrem Michaelem Clery Ordinis 
Seraphici laicum fratrem collecto, libenter illud appro- 
bamus, ut in publicam lucem edatur in communem 

Datum RosrielsB/ 27 Novembris, 1636. 

^RotrieUB. This was the Franciscan monastery of Ros>Oirbhealaigh, or Roe-iriala 
(founded 1351), now Roaeerelljr, in the county of Galway. It was continued, or restored, 
after the Suppression ; and this document proves that it was inhabited so late as 1636. 
The prelate who has subscribed the above Testimonium was Boetius Ifac Egan, whose 
real Irish name was Baothalach Mac Aodhagain, a Franciscan friar, educated in the Col- 
lege of St. Anthony of Padua, in Louvain. He was consecrated R. C. Bishop of Elphin 
in the year 1626, and died 1650, aged 70. He is not to be confounded with another 
Boetius Mac Egan, his contemporary, also a Franciscan friar, who was Bishop of Ross at 
the same period, and came to an untimely end, having been hanged with the reins of his 
own horse, by a party of Cromwellian soldiers, on the public road. Bibem. DomhUc.j p. 
490. (T.) 



Martyrologium Sanctorum Hyberriiae a fratre Michaele 
Clery laico Ordinis Sancti Francisci de Observantia his- 
torico solertissimo concinnatum pluriini iique doctissimi 
approbarunt, quorum iudicio nos multum ut par est 
deferentes, illud etiam nostro testimonio ad Dei et sanc- 
torum honorem comprobare duximus.^ Datum Kildariae, 
6 Februarii, anno. 1 636. 

^ Duxmnu. Thb testimonium ia sabscribed by the Thomas Fleming, titular Arohbiahop 
of Dublin, to whom Culgan has dedicated his Acta Sanctorum Hibemiie. He was the 8on 
of William Fleming, Baron of Slane, and at a very early age took the vows of a Fran- 
ciscan friar. Tt is said that he was consecrated a Bishop before he was thirty years of age. 
He died 2 Aug., 1651. (T.) 


De hoc libro Martyrologii Sanctorum Hibemiae quera 
frater Michael Clery Ordinis Sancti Francisci ad Sanc- 
torum gloriam, et communem patrise utilitatem collegit, 
non aliter censemus quam censores a Reverendo admo- 
dum patre Provincial! ejusdem fratris, scilicet dominus 
Florentius Kegan* et dominus Cornelius Bruodyn pro 
eodem libro inspichendo, examinando, et approbando vel 
reprobando, assignati, iudicaverunt et decreverunt ; nos 
enim eosdem tanquam peritissimos linguae Hybernicae 
et in onmibus hystoriis et patriae chronologiis versatis- 
simos existimamus. Quapropter illorum censurae et iu- 
dicio de praefato Martyrologio fratris MichaeUs Clery in 
omnibus conformamur. In quorum fidem his manu 
propria subscripsimus. Datum in loco nostrae mansionis 
die 8" Januarii, anno Domini 1637. 

^ !^Oc/iu^ ^L&aX.^ 

1 Florentius Kegan. This is the Latinized form of the"name of *' Flann M'^Aodhagain," 
whose testimonial is given, p. 1. ; and so " Cornelias Bruodyn " is the same who in Irish 
wrote himself " Conner M^Brody, inaugurated Mac Bruaidedha," and gave the testimonial 
printed, p. li- The bishop who here subscribes himself " fr. Rochus Kildarenais," was 
Roch or Ross Mac Geoghegan, or Mageoghagan, a Dominican friar, of the convent of 
Mullingar, whose name in religion was Rochus de Cruce. In 1622 he became Provincial 
of his order in Ireland, and was consecrated R. C. Bishop of Kildare in 1628 ; he died 
1641 or 1642, and was buried in the sepulchre of his family in the Franciscan abbey of 
Multifcmam, County of Westmcath. Hibem. Domink.^ p. 487. (T.) 

peliue Ma Maomh MeneMMach. 



pelme na Naomh MeiieMMacli. 

1. OC cccleN'ois iccnticcRii. 1. 

TXibTieocc Loch a Je^ficc in UllcotB. If an ccenn €otfiT>on lo£ 
fin oca puf^crooifi pdrfaicc, acuf Oilen *Oa15eocc; mafi a 
bpuil moinifcif ma faBocaf candnai^ af an ccenn ciaf "oon 
lo£ c67)na fin. ffcuf of uai* ammnipeti Ze\moj\ -OaBeocc 
af 5a£ caoB von lot fin a 'ou15|iama|i. 

lonann 6 acuf THobeoc Jhlmne ^eif^ crca 24 lulti, cqf^ mac 
TM) fii§ bf eran .i. bf acdin mac bjuicameoc, acuf Thna in§en 
fiig ^xan a md^aif, acuf md€aifi TTlo^ofdc 8fti€fia, actif 
nioconoc, acuf mofidin eile "oo naorhaiB .i. T11o[conocc,]aili€i|i, 
6 Chill niucfaiffi; T)ifai'5 eoDafOfoma; T)u15an a Rinn 

T)u15ain ailirif ; Caifinne 6 Chill Caifinne; Caifp|ie ailirip; 
lafc a 8leamna5ai15 CClban; &lloc Cille TTloelloc; paan 6 

Cilipaain i nOffaige; 7 Caorhdn, aili^if, 6 Chill Caomain. 
baoccccM mac Gnva. 
puiNCTie jCCUbtl, 6% 6 Tlof aif^if 05 toch ©f ne, 1 nUllroitS, vo 

^enel Gogain mic WeilL 

OCe'oTlcCM, mac T)ei5ill,6 Chluain Pionna15|iach,acuf 6 Chilli Un- 
leich a cuaiT)h "oo phochaifiu 

OisseiN, mac Ceallaigh, 6 Cluain mdif pefi nCCfoa. 

Colmccw mtiiliMN 6 T)hoi|ie Chaocham 1 nT)ail Ria7)a, 1 
ntlllTOiB. b|iona6 in^ean TTlioUon mic buain, o^a fiaibhe 
parfaicc a n-Daoif e, a rhaiaifi, acuf a mtiilionn t>o BIO'S 05 
umaloi'o T)ona bf ai€f iB. 

1 Mochonog. The MS. is here torn, and the latter part of this name is defective ; but 
the defect is supplied from Dec. 19, and comp. also, Dec 23. (T.) 



Dabheoo, of Loch Geirg in Ulster. At the eastern extremity of 
that lake are Patrick's Purgatory, and Dabheog's Island ; there 
is also a monastery in which there were Canons, at the western 
extremity of the same lake. And from him is named Tear- 
monn Dabheog, on both sides of the lake we have mentioned. 

He is the same as Mobheoc of Gleann-Geirg, of the 24th of 
July, son of the king of Britain, i.e., Bracan, son of Bracameoc ; 
and Dina^ daughter of the king of the Saxons, was his mother, 
and the mother of MogonSc of Sruthair, and of Mochon6g, and of 
many other saints, viz., of Mo[chon6g,*] pilgrim, of Cill Mucraisse ; 
Diraidh of Eadardrum ; Dubhan of Binn-Dubhain, pilgrim ; 
Cairinne of CSll-Cairinne ; Cairbre, pilgrim ; last of Sleamhna 
in Alba ; Elloc of Cill-Moelloc ; Paan of Cill-Phaain in Osraighe ; 
and Caomhan, pilgrim, of Cill-Chaomhain. 

Broccan, son of Enda. 

FmNCHE Gabbh, Virgin, of Ros-airthir on Loch Eime, in Ulster, 
of the race of Eoghan, son of NialL^ 

Aedhan, son of Deigill, of Cluain-Fionnabhrach, and of Cill-Ilin- 
leith, at the north of Fochard. 

OisSEiN, son of Ceallach, of Guain-mor-Fer-n Arda. 

Ck)LiCAN MuiLiNN* of Doire-Chaechain in Dal-Biada, in Ulster ; 
Bronach, daughter of Milchu, son of Buan, with whom Patrick 
was in captivity, was his mother; and it was in a mill he used 
to make obeisance to the bcethren. 

* Son qf NiaU. In the margin, n. 21 Ian. ie. " See 21 Jan." where mention is made 

of a Fainche, of the race of Laoghaire, son of NialL (T.) 

> Cobnem AfutUtm. U., Colman of the Mill. (T.) 


4 pelme mcc Nccomti MeneMMacti. [jan. 2, 

Colmccti mac Gachach. 

6timeT)ticccti, abb, CfiaoiBe taifpe- CCoif Cfiifc, 681. 

Comnccc, 6§, ban abb, CiUe T)afia, a Lai^niB. 

pONNrcaN, mac 'Coicrhi^h. 

piOMNrcciM, mac Bachach, vo fliocx: Lae^aiyie mic W6ill naoi 

eoctioci-Dti Uirni^h. 
Sciccrtl, 6§, in^en TTlecaiii 6 pofic 8cGi€e i nitiYX)|iai§G CCoha, 

T)o fliocc ConaiiiG mic ni(y5a Lama, aip.T)|ii 6|iGnn, oca vo 

fiol eiiiemoin t)i. 
euNCCN, mac 6o§ain mic peilim .i. mac T)eiit5t5|iara|i th) Choluim 

Chille; ara t)0 Chenel ^ConuilL 

2. b. guccR'co woMocs iccwuccaii. 2. 

8Stli'cTiTliw 6 Zy-gh Ssmchin, i SliaB maip.^G, i taignitS. "00 
fliocc P|iT:lacT:5a, mic peji^uixi, mic Tlo|xi, mic Hugjiai'&e 


CCf 6 rfia an S^uichinfi no ch^i^heDh t)0 Tl6imh in aon 16 
gan Itiin^, ^an aficfiach, a^uf no rhiccGDh tiaice vo tii'Bif i, in 
aon 16 aile. 'Cdfila ^om pecx: ann vo bhaiinie epfcop 6 
Choficaicch ace imrhechx: an mafia vm choffctiB, acuf baiyiiie 
1 luin^, 50 fvo -piafipai'fi baijifie T)efitim cy^ foroejta v6 an 
ftiuifi vo imieacr amlai'5 fin. CCT;bep,r: Sctiirhin nctyi bo mtiifi 
ixnfi acr ma^h fcorhuch f^oi^pemyiach ; actif ace fo coma|i€a 
aifie a^ fine-oh a Ictimhe ifin mtiiii, actif TOccBai'5 fccoirh do 
luiBiB co|ic|ia e^^e, actif vo cuiyi ^o baififie ifin Itiin^. Mini's, 
imojifio, baififie a Idim ipin mtiifi, acuf vo beifi b|iat)dn efze, 
acuf i:el5iT)h 50 S^tiirhin 6. CCf 6n fcoi€ fin beof |io hain- 
mniccheT)h 8cctiirin ve. 

TYlcnMcTliN, easnaiD, 6 T)ifei\T: mic Cuilinn 1 taoigif tai^hen. 
tocticnr, abb, TTlui§e bile. 
CClMbTl'CtieM, o^h. 


CoLBiAN, son of Eochaidk 

Ermedhach, abbot, of Craebh-Laisre, A.D. 681. 

CoMNAT, Virgin, abbess, of Cill-dara, in Leinster. 

FiNNTAiN, son of Toictheach. 

FiNNTAiN, son of Eochaidh, of the race of Laeghaire, son of Niall 

of the Nine Hostages. 
Eochaidh, of Uisneach. 
SciATH, Virgin, daughter of Meachair, of Feart-Sceithe in Mus- 

craighe-Aedha ; she is of the race of Conaire, son of Mogh-lamha, 

monarch of Ireland, of the race of Heremon. 
Erxan, son of Eoghan, son of Feilim, ie., son of the brother of 

Colum CiUe; he is of the Cinel-ConailL 


Sgutthin of Tech-Sguithin, in Sliabh-Mairge, in Leinster. He is 
of the race of Feartlachta, son of Fearghus, son of Ros, son of 

This is the Sguithin, who used to go to Rome in one day with- 
out ship, without boat, and return thence again, in another day. 
On one occasion he, thus travelling on the sea on foot, met 
Bairre, Bishop of Cork, who was in a ship ; and Bairre asked 
him wherefore he traversed the sea after this manner. Scuithin 
replied that it was not the sea, but a flowery shamrock-bearing 
plain ; and here is a proof of it, said he, extending his hand 
into the sea; and he took up from it a bunch of purple flowers, 
and cast it to Bairre into the ship. Bairre also extended his 
hand into the sea, and took a salmon from it, and cast it to 
Scuithin. From this [woi'd] Scoith [a flower] he was named 

IIainchin, Sage, of Disert-mic-Cuilinn in Laeighis of Leinster. 
LocHArr, abbot, of Magh-bile. 
Ainbhthen, Virgin. 

G pelme wcc wccomti wetieNtiacTi. [jan. 6. 

3. C. 'ceTi'cio Mowcc^ iccnuccrh. 3. 

CiUlM Uoc Colla, abb paichne TTlurva, CCoir Ctiifc, 724. 
pouwccriM, 6 T)UTi blefce, a TTluTtiain, t)o fbocx; pcrcac ptin, 

dip.T)fii Ofienn, oca tk) fiol Buienioiii 7)6. 
pOMUlustl, 6'ChaTtila£T:apiOTinlo§a,i ^CiaiiTiacr:a5liTiTi©5®^Tnin, 

.1. 'oeifcipul o^uf T)eafiBbfiarani t)0 pionnrati 6 .i. T)d 

tftac T)iTndiTi mic pn^ein, mic ^Oemain, mic Calculi, mic 

TTltiiiiea'&aig THuirmeiii^. 

4. T). pHI'Die W0MCC8 1CCNUCCU11. 4. 

CCCoti, epfcop. 
parotiMccc, o^h. 

mccolccw, eanai^h. 

mocliumma, T)iioma ailche i tiT)ap.r|iai§e. 

5. 0. noms iccmuccrii. 5. 

CiCCR, 6|, 6 Chill Chei|iG TUtiixjcfiaicche, vo fiol Chonaiiie dip.'0|ii 

6|ienn acd, vo fiol Bipeamoin T)ifein. 
lo^eptl, epyxjop, 'Cattilacra TTlaol|iiiain. 
mccccoi^e, mac echach, 6 Loch TTlel^e. 
CiccRCCM, mac CCeT)ha. 

6. p. octxrtio iDus iccMucniii. 6- 

•Oldmma "OUbtl, epfcop Conroetie. TYlefaim ^tiiiab e fo "Oioma 
T)tiB, mac CCongtifa, mic Caifirinn phinn, mic bloix), mic Chaif, 
mic Contiill Oacluair, ara ayi fliocr Cho|ibmaic Chaif, mic 
Oilella Olmm. TTlefaim puiab e an T)ioma T)o cum aji 
ctiniea'5 *Oeclan va po§laim 6. bera *Oeclaiii, cap. 5. CCeif 
Cfiifc, 658. 

1 Virgm, There is added in a more recent hand, crca 05 TTloting in a ©crocqfijtii'oe, 
CC bhiiijic bennai§ ap, f^D. P6f afv Chotmnac ccgay afv &ctThncrc rndtcniv 
Crhin: "Whom Moling has in his prayer beginning *^0 Brigit, bless our path ; * also m 
his tierses on Colmnat, and on Emhnat, mother of Emhin.** (T.) 

* Cill-Cheire. In the margin is this note in a more recent hand, " .i. Cill Cr^e nomen per 
comiptionem ;" l»iit this note L** incorrect, for the church is still called Kilkeare. (T.) 



CiLLiN Ua Colla, Abbot of Fathan-Mura, A.D. 724. 

FiNNTAJN, of Dun-Bleisce, in Munster ; he is of the race of 

Fiatach Finn, monarch of Ireland, of the race of Heremon. 
FiNNLUOH, of Tamhlacht-Finnlogha in Cianachta-Glinne-Geimliin. 

He was the disciple and brother of Finntain, and they were 

the two sons of Diman, son of Fingen, son of Deman, son of 

Cairell, son of Mniredhach Muinderg. 


Aedh, Bishop. 

Flu)HNAT, Virgin." 

Maolan, of Enach. 

MocHUMMA, of Drum-ailche in Dartraighe. 


ClAB, Virgin, of Cill-Cheire,^ in Muscraighe ; she was of the race of 
Conaire, monarch of Ireland, who was of the race of Heremon. 
Joseph, Bishop, of Tamhlacht-Maelruain' 
Maccoige, son of Eochaidh, of Loch-Melghe, 
CiARAN, son of Aedh. 

6. f. octavo idus januaril 6. 

DiMMA DUBH, Bishop of Condeire. I think that this is the 
Dima Dubh, son of Aenghns, son of Cairthenn Finn, son of Blod, 
son of Gas, son of Conall Eachluath, who is of the race of Cormac 
Cas, son of OiliU Oluim. I think that he is the Dima to whom 
Declan was sent to be educated. Life of Declan, cap. 5. AD. 

* Tamklacht-Madrvain, There b added in a more recent hand^ " Fit diacMpulus vel siKiuft 
Sancii Albini Flacci cujos extat cpistola 19, pag. 58, ad S. Colcum, ad Scholarcham in 
Hiberniiu Anno 705." [See Uiwher, Sylhge, Ep. 18, Worlw, voL iv., p 46fi.] (T.) 

* A rtnanm. This name is inserted in a more recent hand, and not in Irish characters. (T.) 

8 pelme ucc Maomti MeneMMacti. [jan. 7. 

^OiccRmaiT), epfcop, 6 CCiiiiUT)h liroQich. 

tccsscCR, CCchai'oh ipoDa. 

CUHMOCM becc, a^CiUChtnindin acCaonfiai^e, accoiroaeacuf a 
nen>ucc6i'DeacT: Ltiimni^. T)o ^eiBrefi Ctifindn, mac Smill, ap 
fliocr ChoTTOfii, mic peji^uixi, mic Ro|xi Uuai'B, mic Uu'Ofiai'Be, 
a quo Clanna Ru'5|iai'De. 

Lu5iT)0M, mac T)eccl(iiTi, epfcop. 

mtiarotlMCCC o^h. CaiUe ainm a baile i cCaiyibfie *OtU)ma cliaB. 

ZccluHa:, ban abb, CiUe T)a|ia. 

Osworc 0^ T^xiy T)eiit5teT:h|iacha T)o TTlolaiff^ *Oaiminp an 

rfimp. fin. 

7. "5' sepntno idus iccmuccrii. 7, 

CnoMCCtl becc, epyxjop, nCCenT)fioma, CCoif C|iifc, 642. 

COHCCCM epixiob. 

bniBl^jCoifipfie. CCT)eni beiabhjienainn, mic pnnloja, 6 Chliiain, 
pefiT;a, cap. 6, 50 jiaiBe 'oeifiBfiuti ai^e -oafi B ainm btii§; ^I'&e-B 
ooeiii an Beta ceT)na cap. 69, ^Ufiab 1 nGtiac 'ouin "doBi fi, 7c. 

•Oalua, T)uin xnghe bpecan. 

CORCCCM oile. 

*00MtlCCl4, iHiccajiT:, 6 Inif CCin^in poji Loch Ribh. CCT)eifi beta 
Chia|idin Cluana cap. 36, ^uyiab mac bficrcap vo 8hendn e. 
CC^fo mafi croeiii, 'Cdinic *Oonnan, mac bjidtaii -oo 8henan, 50 
CKXiidn 50 h-lnif CCnpn, acuf lonann mdtaip v6 acuf t)o 
8enan, aciif T)0 pa^uiB an ini]^ ai^e, acuf a 8hoi]^el, acuj- 
a piofiiomcaiji .1. TTlaolo'5puin. 

moUxcccc, 6 lipeachaifi. 

ell'Ctim, abb. 

1 DaimhinU. A more recent hand has added here, " Sed Martanns non precedentes sed 
Acquentea dicit esse sororeH S. Molaasii/^ But this is a mistake, fur Marianus O'Gonuau 
[^Maulmairc O Gorniuiii,] nays nothing of the sort ; and the corresjioHding glotw ou the uaiue 


DiARMAlD, Bishop, of Airiudh-Indaich. 

Lassar, of Achadh-foda. 

CuRNAN Beg, of Cill-Chumain in Caenraighe, in the county and 
diocese of Lnimneach. We find Cuman, son of Sinell, of the 
race of Condri, son of Fearghus, son of Ross Ruadh, son of 
Rudhraighe, fix)m whom the Clanna-Rudhraighe. 

LuGiDON, son of Declan, Bishop. 

MuADHNAT, Virgin. Caille is the name of her place in Cairbre 
of Drum-cliabh. 

Tallulla, Abbess, of Cill-dara. 

OsNAT, Virgin. These three were the three sisters of Molaisse of 




Cronan Beg, Bishop, of Aendrum, A.D. 642. 

CoRCAN, Bishop. 

Brigh, of Coirpra The Life of Brenann, son of Finnlogh of 

Cluain-Ferta, states, cap. 6, that he had a sister named Brigh ; 

but the same life, cap. 69, states that she was of Enach-duin, &c. 
Dalua, of Dun-tighe-Bretan. 
Another CoRCAN. 
DoNNAN, Priest, of Inis-Aingin in Loch-Ribh. The Life of Ciaran 

of Cluain states, cap. 36, that he was the son of Senan's brother. 

This is what it states: "Donnan, the son of Senan's brother 

came to Ciaran, to Inis-Angin, and he and Senan had the same 

mother; and he left him the island, and also his Gospel and 

its true bearer, i.e., Maelodhrain." 
Molacca, of Lifea<;har. 
Elither, Abbot. 

of this 8«nt in his Martyrology (Brussels MS.), agrees with our author: tntja-miai:, Ta- 
taVba, 7 Ortioc, ctii •oeTitVpecp.a tk) THolaiiji T)aiiMiTinp iaT>. *' Muadlinat, Tululla^ 
and Odnat, wcr€ the three iiaiiin of Muluis^c of Damhiiib." (T.) 

10 peliue wa Maomli MeneMMcccTi. [jan. 9. 




8. CC sexTX) iDus iccmuccuii. 8. 

piONCCW, tnac RiThea-Ba, epfcop, CCoif Cinfc, 659. 
TTloliobtlcC 6 Shtionn va locha, epfcop. 

CiLleiM, abb. 

tno^tiacRCC, mac bennain. d'OGifi Cdin CCxKimnain, gupab T)ona 
h-U|i|ia'6ait5 puaifi CCxniTnTian na mud vo fxxotio^ 6 ^ac TKioifife 
acuf 6 ^ach mogfame T)a jiaiBe ojifia, TTlofacpa. 

CCtxi TTlofacfia eile, abb Cltiana hei'5nech, 3. tHafir^a, acuf 
ni €iii^m cia t)ioB va laBfiann ifin ccdin, o nac ppogaim 
bli(r5na a mbdif ifin leaBap. aiyiif. 

WeccctiTxriM, 6 T>h\ir\ Jeimin, i cC\ar\a^ux '^^nr\e Jeirhiti. CCnno 
T)omini, 678. 

SCCRCCW Cuile qieamha. 

ecCR^Wcrc, d^h d ^iin va en, i nT)dl aiiaiT)hG. 
CuacTli d§, d Cill Ctiaifie, i cCaifipjie Ua cCiafi-Ba. 

9* 0. quiMTX) ^VMS iccnuccRii. 9» 

5u(XlRe becc, d CCcha* ^uB^ai^h i TTlai^h li, tx)|i b|ifi banna 
von caoB nayi, eiT)ni Loch n6a&5ach acuf an paip^e. T)o 
fiol Cholla Uaif dip.'oiii Gfienn 'od. 

pccolccti, Chluana TTlaofccna i pPejiaitS nilacli. 

8tiibTisecccti, 1 T^i'ii CCcDha. 

LomctlU, d Chill Lomchon i ntllTX)ibh. 

ClCCRCCM, d Hof Cumalcha. 



pOMCCW, 8axan. 

1 Ifuia. This name is added in a more recent hand, and not in Irish characters. (T.) 



The Daughters of Feargna. 


8. A. sexto idus januaril 8. 

FiNAN, son of Rimhidh, Bishop, A.D., 659. 

MoLiBHA, of Glenn-da-locha, Bishop. 

CiLLElK, Abbot. 

MosHACRA, son of BennaiL The Ciin of Adamnan' states, that 

among the guarantees which Adamnan obtained to free the 

women from eveiy servitude and slavery under which they 

laboured, was Moshacra. 
There is another Moshacra, Abbot of Guain-eidhneach, 3rd of 

March, and I do not understand which of them he speaks of in 

the C&in, as I do not find the years of their deaths in the Book 

of Annals. 
Neac?htain, of Dun-Geimhin in Cianachta Glinne-Geimhin, A.D. 

Saran, of Cuil-creamha. 

Eargnat, Virgin, of D6n-d&-^n in Dal-Araidhe. 
CuACH, Virgin, of Cill-Cuaiche in Cairbre-Ua-Ciardha. 


GuAiRE Beg, of Achadh-Dubhthaigh in Magh-Li, on the banks of 
the Banna on the west side, between Loch-n-Eachdhach and 
the sea. He is of the race of Colla Uais, monarch of Erin. 

Faelan, of Cluain-Maosgna, in Feara-tulach. 

SuiBHSECH, in Tir-Aedha. 

LoMCHU, of Cill-Lomchon in Ukter. 

CuRAN, of Ros Cumalcha. 



FiNAN, a »Saxon 

* Coin of Adamnim. i.e., the *' Law of Adamnan." See Rccvoa' AfUtmnans Life, of 
Coimnbn, App. to Pr*f.^ pp. I., li. (T.) 

12 pelme noc wccomti MeneMMacti. [jax. 11. 

10. C. quccRT:o it)U« icctiuccuii. 10. 

'CoinieM, corhatiba pacficncc, CCoif C|iifc, 660. 

^OiccnmcciT:, epfcop, 6 Inif Clortiann, po|i Loch RiB, T)a fliocc 
Piaqxac, mic Oac'&ac TTlui§me'56iTi T)6. T)eT)i, ingeti 'Cfieana, 
mic T)uB€ai§ hm Lu^aifi, a rhdrcaifi, acuf 'oob e an T)ut5rxic 
fin 'oob' difi'opile vo Lao^aifie mac Weill 'o'dni'D|ii§ ©|ienn, 
05 ceacc pdcfiaicc ^o hBtiinn, acuf vo iii^ne onoift, acuf 
aiiinii'Din nidfiTK) phocfiaicc, acufoo cyieiT) t)6, arhail af pollaf 
a mbeia piidrjiaicc, acuf "00 ben-oai^ pdq[iaicc eifiurh. If e 
*OiafiniaiT: vo fi§ne an Cealraif T)icil a nT)dn, in |xo crcaig 
•Dfionsa •Dipinie T)'apfcalaiB acuf 'oo naoihaiB 'bortiain, acuf vo 
naoTtiaiB Gfienn, mafi chomaifice, acuf mafi '5i'Den vo pein, 
oniail "00 fii^ne Colum an 'odn cpiiai'5 .1. Liifeac no fsiac- 
Itiifeac Coluim Cille, T)afiab njf , " 8ciac *0e vo nirh ro|Mmi," 7c. 
" beiT) 5oni fna-boD ap gac n^aBob," uofac an nei€ vo fiisne 

•OiommocM, infi caom. 


11- *0. T:eRcio i'0U8 iccmuccrii. 11- 

8uibtlMe, mac Cuifrpi, abb la Choluim ChiUe, CCoif C\i\yv, 656. 

CCmptlcroccw, efpticc ^l-inne -od Lacha. 

OnrliiNis, epfcop. 

Ot'Cewe, mac TTlaolain 1 8enchui. 

enMcaM, Cluana T)eociia. CCf v6 vo tiigne Colum Cille an 

raiim^ifie, 7c. 
eHMCOJ, mac Cdomhdin. 

1 Ceaitair Dlchill This poem, as also the Lorica of Colum- Cille, mentioned here, are 
extant in the Bnb«sell MS., which contains the Felirc of vEngus and the Martyrologies 
of Marianus O'Gorman and Tamhlact, and elsewhere. (T.) 

* DUhop- There is here added in a more recent hanA, ''Alii Cai|itunopA." The Mart. 



ToiMEN, Successor of Patrick, A.D., 660. 

DiARMAiD, Bishop, of Inis-Clothrann, in Loch-Ribh. He is of the 
race of Fiachra, son of Eochaidh Muighmheadhoin. Dedi, 
daughter of Trena, son of Dubhthach h-Ua Lughair, was his 
mother, and this Dubhthach was chief poet to Laoghaire, son of 
Niall, who was monarch of Ireland, at the coming of Patrick into 
Ireland, and he showed honour and great veneration to Patrick, 
and believed in him, as appears from Patrick's Life, and Patrick 
blessed him. It was Diarmaid that composed the Cealtair 
DichilP in verse, in which he invoked a coimtless number of the 
apostles and saints of the world, and of the saints of Ireland, as a 
protection and shelter for himself, just as Colum composed the 
hard poem called the Luirech or Sgiathluirech of Colum-Cille, 
which begins: "The shield of God as a protection upon me," &c. 
"They shall protect me against every danger," was the beginning 
of what Diarmaid composed. 

DiOMMAN, of Inis-caoin. 




SuiBHNE, son of Cuirtri, Abbot of I-Choluim-Chille, A.D., 656. 

Amphadhan, Bishop, of Gleann-da-loch. 

Orthinis, Bishop." 

Eltene, son of Maolan, of Seanchua. 

Ernan, of Cluaindeochra. It was for him Colum Cille composed 

the prophecy,' &c. 
Ernan, son of Caemh^n. 


Tamlacht. omits " Orthinis" and substitutes Cafitiniyxi epi|xx)pi, adding in a more modern 
Italian hand ** Amadeus seu Ama-Jcsus,*^ which h a translation of the name Carthiniosa. (T.) 
» Prophecy. The original adds here the word, yx^iob, " write it : " meaning that the 
prophec}' alluded to was to be transcribed here. But this was never done. (T.) 

14 velme ncc Mcconili ueneMMCccti. [jan. 14. 

12. 6. PHI-Oie 1T)U8 ICCNUCCRII. 12. 

LcaT)Tl5eMM, mac baoirh, 6 Chltiain pejira TTlolua, acuf af ann 

crcd a crohnacut ffoif C|iii^, 660. 
LccistiMe, mac SajiBdin. 
CUimm6lw, mac T)tiiC, 6 T)htitiim T)iiuiuh. CCrd Ctiimm, 

mac T)ioma 'OuiC, afi fUocx: pachtiac, mic eac-feac mtiig- 

baoiT:TiiM, mac Wearnhnainu 

SiMeaLl, mac 'Cigejinai^h, vo cenel eo^hain mic Weill. 
Loictl^iM. 5o^cr5 e fo Lofidn, ocd 7)0 fliocx; 6och(r5a, mic 

THunie^a, acd vo fiol eiiiemoin. 

13. p. 1T)lbU« ICCNUCCRII. 13. 
aillLl, eprcop OCti-oa TTlacha, CCo T); 525. 

moctlOMMCC, ep|X)ob, 6 lemhchoilt 

8CCRCCN, epfcop. 

moctiOMMCC, Infi pdriiaicc. 

TTlCClMCtllM, mac Colldin, ipin Cofiann. *Ogit)i, ingen 'Cfiena, mic 
T)ut5€ai§ 111 Lu^aifi, a ma€ai|\. T)oVe an T)ii15T:ac i^n difvopile 
tao^aifiG, mic Neill, "oo Bi na iii§ GiiGnn a^ zebo phacjiaicc 

Colmccw CeRR, 6 8hail Bice. 

ColmccM, mac 'Cigefinaig, mic pefigufa, vo £eiiel cConuiU 
Jtilban, mic Meill "od. 


14. 'g. 'oecimo mono ccct pebttuccaii. 14- 

baoTXTM m OH, mac Iti^hach, epix^op ^^^Y^ m6i|i, CC^ T)! 712. 

1ot:Ticcrncci8C acup larcticcRMcnsc, 6 CCcha'o pejira. 

plccMM piOMN, 6 Chuilliii'o, 1 pail Coiicaicche. 





Laidhgenn, son of Baeth, of CIuain-fearta-Molua, and it is there 

his burial place i& A.D., 660. 
Laiohne, son of Qarbyin. 
CuDOC^N, son of Dubh, of Drum-Druith. There is a Cuimin, 

son of Dima Dubh, of the race of Fiaehra, son of Eochaidh 

Baoithin, son of Nearnhnann. 
CONAN, of A^. 

SiNEALL, son of Tighemach, of the race of Eoghan son of Niall. 
LoiCHElN. This may be the Loch&n, who is of the family of 

Eochaidh, son of Muiredh, who is of the race of Heremon. 


AiLELL, Bishop, of Ard-Macha, AD., 525. 

MocHONNA, Bishop, of LeamhchoilL 

Saran, Bishop. 

MocHONNA, of Inis-Patraig. 

Mainchin, son of Collan, in Coraim. Deidi, daughter of Tren, son 

of Dubhthach Ua Lughair, was his mother. This Dubhthach 

was chief poet to Laoghaire, son of NiaU, who was king of Eriim 

at the coming of Patrick. 
CJoLBfAN Cerr, of Sail-beg. 
CoLMAN, son of Tighemach, son of Fearghus. He was of the tribe 

of Conall Gulban, son of Niall. 



14. g. decmo nono kal. februarii. 14. 

Baodan M6r, son of Lughaidh, Abbot, of Inis-mor, AD., 712. 
Itharnajsc and Latharnaisc, of Achadh-ferta. 
Flann Finn, of Cuillinn, in the vicinity of Corcach. 


16 pelme noc naomh uenenuocch. [jan. 15. 

15. CC. 'oecimo octociio cccl. pebRucmii. 15. 

lT:e, o§, 6 Cluain qiet)haiL TTli'oe ainm oile t)i. CCfi tw) pulaing 
mcqfi mayiupa ap. T)hia; T)aol vo Beirh oga T)ifil ^ati piof t)0 
neach, 50 haimfifi imchein, ^up bo niei'Di5hr;e|i o|ic no banB, 
CO |io claoi a leuhraoB uile, acuf maille fiif fin a Deiji 
Cuimin Coin'oei|ie ifin 'oan Txiivab cif : "Ca^iaf pdqfiaic puific 
TTlaca/' naji fiuiji a lecu na a hoshai'B jxe Idfi tiiarti aji sfurS 
an choini'Be. CCgfo map oDGifi. 

Caftaif Hli-De ni6|i alqfiom, 
UrhaloiT) q[i6n 5cm coiiineih; 
Wi cafiT) a lecain \ie I6|i, 
Riarh op 5|>M an chomroe*, 7c. 

CCnno ^Oomini, 569. T)eniT)|ii a c6t) ainm. T)o fliocx; 
phiachai'5 8ui§De mic pei'&limi'5 Ueaccmaip mic "Cuacail 
"CeaCrmaifi •5i. "Meacx: ainm a mdcafi. 

Secccti-c wep8C0ip, ^jioma CCitiCealaish. 

T)icx:RTn(Xi'C'C, faccafic 

UobccR'CCCCti acuf CCmectiT:a:cti, Infi m6nie,actir 

CCi-ctictie, 6^h. 

bnecccc pele, 6 bealach pele. T>o pliocu piafia 8ui§^e, mic 
Pei'blimi'B Reachcmaifi, t)o. 

T)(meTlca:» 6^h, m^hen Chaipbfie. 
Criccccn, Cfiebicce. 

1 lie or /to. There is here the following gloss: .1. loca jjp^-Da T)6 tm) b1 tUTifvef "le. 
[she was called lie] from the loca [thirst] of the love of God which she had.*^ (T.) 

* Worm. The word Diolia explained a cockchafer, a leech ; Colgan renders it Vermit, 
AcU. 8S. (16 Jan.) p. 73. Ore (which is probably from parens) signifies a sucking pig, 
and is so explained here by the word banb. Colgan (^toc ciL) translates, or rather para- 
phrases, this i)assagc thus: **S. Ita de Cluan Credhuil, alitor Mida appellata; ejus primum 
et proprium nomen fuit Derthrca, sive Dorothea. Rarum vivumque continuo pro Domino 
patiebatur martyrium, permittens camem suam a quodam venenosi vermis gcncre longo 
temporis spatio corrodi, ita quod latus ejus sic paulatim exhaurien.s et consumcns, vermis 
ipse in magnitudincm porcini foetus excrcverit Obiit, anno 569." (T.) 



Ite,* Virgin, of Cluain-creadhail. Mide was another name for 
her. It is she that suflTered great martyrdom for God ; a worm* 
was sucking her, unknown to all, for a long time until it was 
larger than an ore, or sucking pig, so that it withered aU her 
side; and moreover Cuimin of Coindeire states in the poem' 
which begins: "Patrick of the city of Macha loved," that for 
love of the Lord she never laid down her cheek or her £ace to 
rest Thus he says : 

'^Mide loved great nursing, 

Great humility without ambition; 
Her cheek on the pillow she never laid, 
From love of the Lord," &c 

Anno Domini, 569. Deirdre was her first name. She was 
of the race of Fiacha Suighdhe, son of Feidhlimidh Reachtmhar, 
son of Tuathal Teachtmhar. Neacht was the name of her mother. 

Seven Bishops,* of Druim-airbhealaigL 

DURKAID, Priest. 

BoBHARTACH and AlREACHTACH, of Liis-mor ; and 

AiTHCHE, Virgin. 

Breacc Fele, of Bealach-Fele. He is of the family of Fiacha 
Suidhe, son of Feidhlimidh Reachtmhar. 

Darerca, Virgin, daughter of Cairbre. 

CnrTAN, of Crebec.* 

' Poem. TbiF poem, which is frequently quoted by our author, has been printed, with a 
translation by Mr. Curry, in the late Rev. Matthew Kelly*8 " Calendar of Irish Saints/* 
p. 160. The Editor, however, does not state from what MS. he has copied. (T.) 

^£uh€p$, A more recent hand has added here in Roman characters, " filil Finnii alias 
FincrittanL" (T.) 

* Or^ee. A more recent hand has added here in Roman characters, " Mar. [i.e. the 
Martyrology of Marianus O^Gorman,] Adventus filiarum Carbrei. (Addit M. Taml. Dor- 
mitatio It»se, [read /to] et filiarum Carbrei}." The meaning is, that Marian O'Gorman 
adds at this day " the Coming of the Daughters of Carbre" (cecc ingen cdi-o Choi|ipTve) ; 
and that the Martyrology of Tamhlacht adds " Dormitatio Itie et filiarum CarbreL" 


18 pelme Ma Mccomli MeReMMcccI). [jan. 16. 

16. b. T)eciTno sepomo cccl. pebRuocnii. 16. 

PUR^CC, abb 'DO ChonailliB tnuifireiTtiTie, 'o6 amail cnxi ifin 
fuxnfa: — 

CCchai|\ pa|\fa |\(r6 glcm ^14, 
LociTi DO "Odl CCixaiDhe, 
CCp px rnataip. doti mac 
geljeif ingen fiig Connacc. 

.1. iTi^en 5uait^e CCi'5ne. Wo S®^5®r ^^5©^ CCo^a Ptm, t>o fieip 
leaBaifi ele tkx n^oijireifi TTla|ir. 'Camlacr. CCf cofitiail 
majifin gtijiab 'oo fliocr, no "oon n§ 'oa bpuil piaca CCfxafbe 
6 bpuil *Oal CCjiafBe, acur crca afx fliocr Ifieoil mic Conuill 
Cea|iTiai§, 'oon pifx^a fo, acuf gOTncrS 6 t)© bi i]^n bppxnnsc 
ifiTi lOTiOD 'oa n50i|iiei|i pejiona. 5^'6e(r6 ni tk) fbocr pacac 
crcd vo fieifi an naoirhfencafa ace a|i fliocx: TTlaoilc|i6tch mic 

ICCRlus tir ^6i|i, epfcop acur «tb> CC^ T)l 699. 

'Oiccrtticcit:, mac TTleachai|i, eppcop, o CCt|irhe|i mostii i "Cuairh 

T)iCCNacTi, epfcop, TDomnaigh moifi TTluishe Gne. 

moMoa, o§, 6 tnuigh WioDh i "CtiaiT^h jicrcha. 

mccoiLioscc Ucc baolctiCDM. CCfe 'oo |ii§ne an Twin vo triicheul 
TMiiiab xnif : — 

CC am^il beifi, a TTlicil moifi^^caig, 
gtif an ccoim'6e mo camgen, ecc. 

LiTllslieM, Cluana moifi ti^gein, i nUib pailge, a LaigniB. T)o 
rlioCr Ca^aoifi moifi ai|i'0|ii efienn 7)0, acuf bfiomnfnonn 
Ofiecc ingen Lu^a fiu|i Gpfcoip luBai^i a mafiaip. 

meicc CCiLecclla, T)iioma baitip. 



1 Tamlacht This is not found in the Brussels copy of the Mart Taml. the only one now 
known. See Colgan Actt. S.S., p. 89, not. 7. (T.) 

> Genealoffiei, This is the book frequently quoted by Colgan, under the title of Stmdi- 
loffhtm Geneahgicum. Copies of it are extant in the Book of Lecan, Book of Leinster, and other 
MSS. A more recent hand has written at the end of this paragraph, ** Duo sunt Fursaei in 
Hagiogenesi :** meaning by Hoffiogenem, what Colgan has termed the Sanctilog. Geneal. (T.) 



FuRSA, Abbot He was of the Conaille-Muirtheimlme, as in this 
quatrain : — 

'^ The father of Farsa, a pare true saying, 
Was Lochin of Dal-Araidhe, 
The mother of this son 
Was Gelg^is, daughter of the king of Connacht." 

That is, daughter of Guaire Aidhne ; or Gelgdis daughter of 
Aedh Finn, according to another book called the Martyrology of 
Tamhlacht.^ It is therefore likely that this Fursa is of the race 
or house of Fiacha Araidhe, jfrom whom are [descended] the Dal- 
Araidhe, and they are of the race of Iriel, son of Conall Ceamach ; 
and he it was that dwelt in France, at a place called Peronne. 
But, according to the sacred genealogies,* he is not of the race 
of Fiacha, but of the race of Maelcroich, son of Budhraighe. 

Jarlugh, of Lis-m6r, Bishop and Abbot, AD. 699. 

DiARMAlD, son of Meachair, Bishop, of Airthear-muighe in Tuaith- 

DiANACH, Bishop, of Domhnach-mor-Muighe-Ene. 

MoNOA, Virgin, of Magh-Niadh in Tuaith-ratha. 

Maelisa Ua Brolchain. It was he that composed the poem for 
Michael [the Archangel] which begins : — 

•* O AngeJ carry, O Michael, very miracnlous, 
To the Lord my supplication/' &c. 

LiTHGHEAN, of Cluain-mor-Lithghein, in Ui-Failghe, in Leinster. 
He was of the race of Cathaeir Mor, monarch of Ireland ; and 
Broinnfhinn Brecc, daughter of Lughna, and sister of Bishop 
Ibhar, was his mother. 

The Sons of Ailill, of Drum-bairr. 



^CiSm. After this word a more recent hand has added: — "Nennethus sen Nennius 
Leitoep^ o fiinif TTltiige Sarfi pofi Loch Cip-ne, — 3far, 3/. Taml :** meaning that the 
martyrologies of Marianas 0*Gorman and of Tamhlacht, notice on this day, ** Nennethus or 
Nennins of Lmthderg, in Inis Mnighe Samh, in Loch Erne.*' See Jan. 18. (T.) 


20 pelme ncc waoml) weneMwacti. [jan. 19. 

17. C. sexTo 'oecimo cat. pebTtuccnii. 17. 

ULtxcm, mac Orecraicch 6 Cuil cofijia. 

emiCCiN, 6 Z\'sh OjiTiain. 

dcnReMeacI), T)ru)Tna bi-ohg. 

moLcn^i, Chille rriolairi i nT)eiriB rriurtian. 

[i/ica seu Micca V.] 

18. *0. guiMTX) 'oecimo cccL pebnuocRii. 18. 

WiUMiT)!), epfcop, o Inif Tnaighe 8arti pofi toch Giyine, acur 
IiobeifiT)he Hinni'Dh 8aoB|iuifcc. *Oo fliocx: 6nT)a mic Weill 
•00. CCf 'oe T)o §oi|iri 'Ninni'6 LairhiODhan ^50 bpiof "oaTnli. 
pec bei€a bjii^e, cap. 41. CC'oei|i an LeaBafi lomanti ^ufiab 
6 Winni'oh mac BacoaC, Winni'b Laimio'5aTi. 

T)eicola, abb, "oeixjipul Colmain. 


earoticcnicnR, 6]5h, m^en CCe-oha. 

Coppcc, ogh, ingen baoTxain. 

8cot:1i, pemmoR, blcccli, CCMCC, ce^t^ccti banog o Cluain ^tienach. 

19. G. QuccRTX) "oecimo cccL. pebRuocnii. 19. 

pactimcc, epfCop, on Wuachon^Bail. CCT)ei|i Cuimin CoinT)enie 
majifo 05 laBaijix: ap. pacrna ei^tn, acup ni ammnigenn 6 6 
£ill ap bi6, acup ni iu^ann noDal no on6ip 'oo, abc pbe e 
50 mbia5 05 T^e^aps caic le poillpi, acup nac "ouBaipT; bpiafiap 
acr ni bu-B mai6 le *Oia. CC^po map a^eip : — 

Capaip pacma pial penoil 
PoipceDal cai6 pe cotnntib, 
Wi Dtibaipi: piarh ni but) pair, 
CCcc x\{ btiDh mait p^ a Choim'btt. 

8uibTiMe, mac Go^hain. 


tnolccissi, mac Ua Wecre. 

1 Virgin. This name \a added in the more recent hand, in Roman characters, on the 
authority of Marianas O'Gorman, and the Mart, of Tamlacht, thus : — ** Mica, seu Micca 
V. Mar. M. Tamir (T.) 



Ultan, son of Etechdach of Cuilcorra. 
Ernain, of Tigh-Emain. 
Clairenech, of Druim Bidhg. 
MoLAisi, of Cill-Molaisi in Deisi-Mumhan. 
[Mica or MiccA, Virgin.] * 


NiNNiDH, Bishop, of Inis-Muighe-Samh, in Loch Eime ; and he was 
Ninnidh Saebhmisc, who was of the race of Enda, son of NialL 
It was he who was usually called Ninnidh Laimhiodhan, to my 
knowledge. See the Life ofBrigid, chap. 41. The Book of Hymns 
states that Ninnidh, son of Eochaidh, was Ninnidh Laimhiodhan 

Deicola, Abbot, disciple of Colman 


Eadhamair, Virgin, daughter of Aedh. 

CJoFPA, Viigin, daughter of Baedan. 

ScoTH, Feammor, Blath, Ana, four virgins of Cluain-greanach. 

19. E. quarto DECIMO KAL. FEBRUARIL 19. 

Fachtna, Bishop, of NuachongbhaiL Cuimin, of Coindeire, speak- 
ing of some Fachtna, but he does not name him from any church, 
and gives him no title or honour ; but, whoever he was, Cuimin 
says that he used to instruct all with lights, and that he never 
said a word but what was pleasing to God Thus he says : — 
^' Fachtna, the generous and pure, loved 
To instruct all with candles,^ 
He never said — a fact of grace — 
But what was pleasing to his Lord.** 

SuiBHNE, son of Eoghan 


MoLAissi, Mac Ua Necte. 

' CdndleM. There U another reading, |ie coinne, " with channts." (See Dr. Kelly'8 
"Calendar/* p. 167.) But it is evident frum the paraphrase in the text tliat our author 
read comnlib, " candles." (T.) 

22 pelme na nocomh weReMMCccli- [jan. 20. 

20. p. T:eHT:io "oecimo cccl. pebHUCcnii. 20. 

peictllM, abb pobaifi, 6 baile phobhairi ifin mtT)he, C£^ 
T>\ 664. CCfe peicin poBaifi pof 7)0 Beiroaig in lomai^h .t. 
01 ten ina bpuil e^glap a^ peicin in ia|i€a|i Connacr, a n'ourhaig 
1 piaiT^hbejicai^h t)0 |iei|i maji ay polluf ma Bera pein, ma 
leu|£a|i pejira acuf miojilSala ioni'5a. *Oo fliocx: ©ocha^a 
pnn-pua€-hai|iT:, o bpuil bfiiptx 'Bofoiti vo |iei|i na "ouame, 
HaoThfencaf naorti Infi paiL CCT)ei|i Cuimin ConT)ei|ie ifm 
T)dn T)afiab rfif, Cayiaif pcrcjiaicc puijix: tnacha, ere, nac 
ccuijie^ Peicm eT)ac em|i a ^aoB no a ajmac, acuf an leaba 
no an ca|icai|i ma lui^ei-B. CC:5f 6 mafi aDeiji : — 

Cayiaif p^icin |?ial "pobaip., 

Tlocttfi be cm qfiaboo bfx^gac, 

X)o ctniveT^ a afna qfitiog 

Re caficai|\ cfiaaiT) gon CDac. 

CC'oei|\ i^mleaBap. |io ao|^a memfiuim aiTiail aT)iit5|\anfiati o^ 
bfii^r, 1 peb., acur ag pacjiai^, 17 TTla|iT:., ^o |iaiBe peicm 
PoCaifi copfhail ambepaib acuf a nibechai'5 fxe hCCnrom 

LoicTieiM, mac *0iiit5 *0li§i'6 .i. TTlolacca o 'Chulai^h mm TTlola^a 
1 TTlumam, acup o IximT) beachaifie a bpne '^alL *Oo fliofe 
Pejigupa, mic Rofa, mic Uu^jiai^e, T)o. tnolaga va ngoip-refi 

CCeMSTia:88,eapfcop. [CoinT)ei|ie,faberapila|ipa§aiL TTlacnifi 
a amm coircenT) 6na ma€ai|i Heaf. Sed videtur MnuB vocari 
a M. TamL] "Oo fliocr 6ac'5a6 mic tl1ui|ie'oha crca 'oo fiol 
Bifiemom 7)0, ere. 

pecmsa8«, abb. 

LUSMCC, facca|ir, 6 Chill rafifna. 

8ccHdCN. 5^maD e fo 8a|idn T)o t5ennai§ i v'Cy's 8d|idm i n*Oe- 
alBna, acuf crca a|i flioct: T)eal6aoi€ mic Caif, mic Conaill 
Bacluair, crca ayi fliocr Co|ibmaic Cai^ mic Oililla Oluim. 

1 Coindeire, The words within brackets are written in what has hitherto been caUed 
** the more recent hand.*^ The words which follow to the end of the paragraph are in 
Michael 0'Clerj''8 hand, and are written over the addition in brackets. Hence Mr. Curry 
very justly infers that the author of these additions was coeval with CVClery. It follows 



Feichin, Abbot of Fobhar, of Baile-Fhobhair in Meath, A.D. 664. 
It was Feichin of Fobhar also that consecrated Imaigh, an island 
in which there is a church of Feichin, in the west of Connaught, 
in O'Flaherty's country, as is evident jfrom his own life, in which 
many wonders and miracles are read of He was of the race of 
Eochaidh Finnfuathart, of which is [also] Brigid herself, accord- 
ing to the poem beginniTig "The Hagiology of the Saints of 
Inis-FaiL" Cuimin of Condeire says, in the poem which begins, 
"Patrick of the city of Macha loves, &c.," that Feichin used not 
to put any clothes between his side or his ribs and the bed or 
the cell in which he used to lie. Thus he says : — 
^^ Feichin the generous of Fobhar loved, 

It was no hypocridcal devotion, 

To place bis meagre rib 

Upon a hard cell without clothes." 

The very old vellum book, which we have mentioned at Brigid, Ist 
of February, and at Patrick, 17th of March, states that Feichin of 
Fobhar, in his habits and life was like unto Anthony the monk. 

LoiCHEiN, son of Dubh Dlighidh, i.e., Molaga of Tulach-min-Molaga, 
in Munster, and of Lann-Beachaire in Fine-Gall. He is of the 
race of Fearghus, son of Ross, son of Rudhraighe. Loichein is 
called Molaga. 

iENOHUS, Bishop [of Coindeire,* whose life is extant. His common 
name was Mac Nisi, from his mother Neas. Sed videtur 
jEnua vocari a Mart. Taml.] He is of the race of Eochaidh, 
son of Muireadh, who is of the line of Heremoa 

Fearghus, Abbot 

LUGHNA, Priest, of Cill-tarsna 

Saran. This may be the Sarin who consecrated Tigh-Sariin in 
Dealbhna, and who is of the race of Dealbhaeth, son of Cas, 
son of Conall Eachluath, who is of the stock of Cormac Cas, 
son of Oilioll Oluim. 

abo that the additions made by this author were seen and api)roveU by C)'Cler>', ami 
therefore muat be regarded as of equal auth«)rity with the text. .Etius w for yEnghvs, the 
aspirated tfk being omitted in pronunciation. (T.) 

24} pelme Ma Maomti weReMNacTi. [jan. 23. 


CCeMMCC Ua LcnsTlSlSt), comaiiba Ciajiain Cluana tnic Hoif. 
*Oo fliocr Laoi§fi§ LeTintnoi|i mic Conaill Cejinai^ •do. 

21. 5. 'ouo'oeciTno caL pebnuccHii. 21. 

piCCWO, epfcop, Ponnglaifi. 

PaiMcTie acuf e^llllOMMa, -oa oi^h, acuf a cCluain Caoi in 

Boganacr Chaipl occrc na iroif- CCx^a painche •00 cenel 

Lao§ai|ie mic WeilL 
8eiStllM, 6 Chill ^ei^hin. 

22. OC uwoecimo caL pebTtuccnii. 22. 

ColmccM, .1. TTlocholTn6cc Lif m6i|i, mac Ua bheonna. 

^UCClTie XX]6n, o CCch(r6*Ou6€aich pop. b|iu banna iocT:a|iatcche. 
*Oo fliocr Colla Uaif d[i|i'0|ii 6|ieTin 7)6. 


Colma, bo^lia, tccisui, r|ii 'oe|\15perh|iacha, acup c|ii h6§a, tk) 
cloinn Com^aill, mic pian^alai^, ere. CCcuf fiobrafx •oalra'5a 
T)0 Comgall benncaifi icrcr, acuf ilteimfi T)al CCjiai'Be crca, 
acup T)o *Oal mbuain icro, crca T)o fliocx: Goca-oa mic TTluiti- 
ea'5a vo |iei|i Waoimfencaip naom Infi paiL Ho ^omcro 1 
cCamap Com^aill no beimf. 

loMCCM pM*0. 

23. b. 'oecimo cat pebRUccnn. 23. 

moctieallocc, 6 T:hulai§ Ualann. 
tucciM, 'CaThnaighe. 


1 Camus-Cotnhgaill The more recent hand has added here, CCf aijie pn croeip. CCensuy, 
d:|*ectic ingen Ctiomgaitt. ** It \a for thw reason that Aengus says, The d€4X(ue of the 
daughters of ComkgalL" These are the words of Aengus in his Felirc or Martyrology ; he 

jan. 23.] calendar of the saints of ireland. 25 


Aenna Ua Laighsioh, successor of Ciaran of Cluain-mic-Nois. 

He is of the race of Laeighseach Leann-mhor, son of Conall 



Flann, Bishop, of Fiimghlais. 

Fainche and Eghlionna, two virgins, and they are both in 

Cluain-Caoi, in Eoghanacht of Cashel. There is a Fainche of 

the race of Laeghaire, son of NialL 
Seighin, of Cill-Seighin. 

22. A. uNDEcnfo kal. februarii. 22. 

Colbcan, i.e., Mocholm6g of Lis-m6ir, son of Ua-Bheonna. 

GUAIRE M6r, of Achadh-Dubhthaigh, on the brink of the Lower 
Banna. He is of the race of Colla Uais, monarch of Ireland. 


CoLMA, BoGHA, Laisri, three sisters, and three virgins of the sept 
of Comhgall, son of Fianghalach, &c. ; and they were disciples 
of Comhgall of Beannchair ; and they are at Leitir-Dal-Araidhe ; 
and according to the poem beginning " The Hagiology of the 
Saints of Inis-Fail," they are of the Dal mBuain, of the race of 
Eochaidh, son of Muireadh. Or they are at Camus-ComhgailL* 

LoNAN Finn. 



Mocheall6g, of Tulach-Ualann. 
LuclN, of Tamlmach. 

calb the throe virgiiw " daughters of Comhgall/' becau^te they were the foster cliildren, or 
papilA in religion of Comhgall. In the annotations to the Felirc (Dublin MS.) they are 
called Blaissc, Coma, and Boga. (T.) 

26 pelme Ma waomli MeneMMacI). [jan. 26. 

24. C. MONO cccL pebRUccHii. 24. 

guccsccclTC, eapfcob, mac TTlaol6on, i n^^ccTiaiiT). 

tnccNCtlccM, Lexjh, mac liroaigi. TTlella ainm a Ttia5a|i, acuf a 
'oeifi T)ei|ibfeT;ha|i .i. ^T^ealla acuf ^T^eillfeach. (Xza eaglaf 
'oafiab ainm Lioch TTlancdin, no Le€ TTlancdin a nT)eal6na 
rftec Cocldin. CCraD a €aifi ifin mbaile ceDna i fcjiin ora 
a|i na cum'oac ^50 T)e|i]^ai§€e le clafiaiB T)on lei afng, acuf 
o utha T>on lei€ amui^ T)i5i^in, a|i na inonna-B 50 fio T)e|x- 
fcaigce. Ife TTlancdn Leu t)0 tii§ne an T)dn T^aicnemac .1. 

"Oaqfvaccaiifa a weic "Oe bi, 
CC fii futain fein ? 7c. 

*Oo getbmiT) tnanchdn Ler TTlanchdin a|i flioci; THaoil- 
c|ioic mic Uugfiai^e, acuf tnanchdn mac pailBe aji fliochc 
Conuill 5ulban mic WeilL CCcuf tnanchdn Lei mac In'oaip 
6 fo, ere. 

CCT)eiti feinleaBafx fio aofDa meamfiaim ma Bpfii€ ttlap- 
cajilaic 'CarhlacT^a tl1aoile|iuain, acuf comanmanna na naorti, 
acur eolaf a|i Thojian vo mai€|iiB na naorti, ere, 7;o |uxi1Se 
tHancdn Le€ cofftiail a mbefaiB, acuf a mbeca fie llieiioni- 
muf T)o Bi |io eagnai-b. 
bucrccCM, 6 eochaif Cfiuimm. 

25. T). ocTxruo cat. pebRUCCRii. 25. 

CCeT)!!, ep|X5op, o Liof ^gaBail po|i toch Gjine. 
moctiOMMa, efinai'Se tTlochiia. 
pMCtieall, 8le15e ^uaifie. 
pM-octie, 65h. 

26. 0. 8epT:iTno cctt pebTtuccun. 26. 

CauimrtieR Calbll, o r:tilai5h Caiipair, 1 nllib ITleirh tTlacha. 
©HMIM, eapfcob. 



GuASACHT, Bishop, son of Maelchu, in QranarcL 

ManchXn, of Liaih, son of Indagh. Mella was the name of his 
mother, and his two sisters were Qrealla and QreillseacL There 
is a church called Liath-Manchdin, or Leth-Manch&in, in Dealbh- 
na-Mhec-Cochl&in. His relics are at the same place in a shrine, 
which is beautifully covered with boards on the inside, and with 
bronze outside them, and very beautifully carved. It was Man- 
ch^ of liath that composed the charming poem, Le. : — 

« Would that, O Son of the living God ! 
O eternal ancient King !" &c. 

We find Manchdn of liath-Manchiun, of the race of Maelcroich, 
son of Rudhraighe ; and Manch^, son of Failbhe, of the race of 
Conall Gulban, son of NiaU ; and Manch^ of Liath, son of 
Indagh, who is this one. 

A very old vellum book, in which are found the Martyrology 
of Tamhlacht-Maoilruain and the saints of the same name, and 
an account of many of the mothers of the saints, &c., states, that 
Manch4n of Liath, in habits and life, was like unto Hieronimus, 
who was very learned. 
BuATAN, of Eathais-Cruimm. 


Aedh, Bishop, of Lis-gabhail on Loch Eime. 
MooHONNA, of Eamaidhe-Mochua. 
FiNCHEALL, of Sliabh-Guaire. 
FiNCHE, Virgin. 



Cruimther Calbh, of Tulach Carpait, in Ui-Meith-Macha. 
Ernin, Bishop. 

28 pelme wcc Maoml) MeiieMtiacTi. [jan. 28. 

27. p. sexxx) cat. pebHUCcnii. 27. 

Wccile, 1nBi|\ Wdile a rcifi boguine acCenel cConuill, acuf 
abb Chille Wdile acuf *OaiThinfi, a bpeyiaiB TTlanac lafxixiin. 
TTIac T)CCongaf, mac Wcropiiaoic, mic Cuific, mic LuigDeac, 
vo t5i na fii^ TTluniaTi eifiurti ; acuf Oirhne in^en Cfiionirainn 
Cofgafiaig a Thcrcaifi, vo |iei|i a bera pein. 

CCf 'oofOTTi rucc *Oia uifce afin cha|i|iaicc cfiuafb cloiche 
an ran |io §abh lora anBdil e pein, acuf TTlao'oocc pefina 
CO n-a mancaiB 'oiBlmiB, ^ufi €eilcc fiurti ujichop. cianpoDa 
ucr&a T)ia Bachaill ^Uji Bein ifin ca|i|iaicc corti'Dainsean 
cloiche giifi rheaBai'B fjiurh pifi ui^x^ce ^lain eyve, arhail af 
pollaf an copaji fin i cCill Wdile anofpa. T)o jieifi Bera 
"Mdile pein ipin 'oecrha'fi cabiT)iL 

CCT)eiti becrca Coluim Cille cap. 90, ^ujiab a nlnCefi cainic 
Wdile T)0 la€ai|i Colum Cille an cct) uaiji, acup ^ufi Bennai^ 
Colum Cille acup Haile an baile ; acup ^gujiab 6 Waile 
ainmni^hreii an ceall opin. 

muiRBtieiM, abb, 5linne fluifen. 

pNT)beo, InBifi mel§e. 

CnoiNe, 0]5h, o Chill Cfioine. *Oo fliocc TTldine mic Weill t)i. 

LucaN, paccafir. 

Woe, ponn^laifi. 

tnuiRB^eiM, .1. ^ein t)0 Bi ip in muifi va n^oijiiT) na leaBai^i 
Libdn, in§en Gach'5ach, mic TTlui|iea'5a, vo Bi a rximcell 300 
blia'5ain pon muiji ^o haimpiji na naom pi|i ^aB beoan 
naorh t lion i, acup ^up. bai]^ecrD i, ia|i n-innipn a pgeoil 
acup a himreacra. 

28. 'g. QuiM-co cccl. pebnticcTiii. 28. 

GoctlCCi*otl, eppcop, 'Carhlachra. 

CCccobtlTlCCW, o Chill Hoip, 1 'Cepmann 1n]^ Caiaiif^h. 

CcciM'oeR, ingen Chpuirhnechain, i cCill Cuilinn, i cCoipppe. 

OCe'oTllustl, OpiT)h Capi^dm. 

CornmccM lobticca, mac lai^hne. 

meallctM, 6 Chill Hoip. 

1 Muirgkein, In the margin at this name the original scribe ha.s written n., or XoUi, (T.) 



NiOLE, of Inbher-Ndile in Tir-Baghiiine, in Cinel-Conaill ; and 
afterwards Abbot of Cill-Ndile and Daimhinis in Feara-Manach. 
He was a son of Aenghns, (son of Nadjfraech, son of Core, son of 
Lughaidh,) who was king of Munster ; and Eithne, daughter of 
Crixnhthann Cosgrach, was his mother, according to his own 

It was to him God gave water fix)m the hard stony rock, when 
great thirst had seized him and Maedhog of Feama, with the 
monks of both ; when he made a distant cast of his crozier at 
the hard stony rock, so that a stream of pure spring water 
gushed therejfrom ; just as this spring is now to be seen at Cill- 
Ndile, according to Niile's own Life, chap. 10. 

The Life of Colum Cille, chap. 90, states that NAUe came into 
the presence of Colum Cille for the first time, at the Inbher, and 
that Colum Cille and Niile blessed the place, and that it is jfrom 
N&ile the church has been thenceforth named 

MuiRGHEN, Abbot, of Gleann-Uisean. 

FiNNBHEO, of Libher-Melghe. 

Croine, Virgin, of CillCr6ine. SheisoftheraceofM^ne,sonofNiall. 

LucAN, Priest. 

NoE, of Finnghlais. 

MuiRGHEiN :* Le., a woman who was in the sea, whom the Books 
call Lib^, daughter of Eochaidh, son of Muireadh ; she was 
about three himdred years imder the sea, till the time of the 
saints, when Beoan the saint took her in a net, so that she was 
baptized, after having told her history and her adventures. 


Eochaidh, Bishop, of Tamhlacht. 

AccoBHRAN, of Cill-Ruis, in the Termon of Inis-Cathaigh. 

Caindeb, daughter of Cruithneachan, at Cill-Chuilinn, in Cairbre. 

Aedhluoh, of Eridh-Cassain. 

CoMMAN LoBHAR, SOU of Laighne. 

MeallAn, of Cill-Ruis. 

30 petme ucc waomti MeueMMacti. [jan. 30. 

29. OC guccRTX) cccl. pebtiuccRii. 29. 
moctiewwcc, dgh. 

bloxti, dgh. 

•OallccM poa^cnll, 6 mhaigin, vo i^ol Colla Uaif ai|i'0|ii 
e|ienn. OCf t>o ba hainm Gochai^, mac Colla, tnic Oijxc. 
OCfe T)o tii§ne an tnolo^ oi|i'5ei|ic vo Colum Cille v*a n^oifireti 
CCrhfia Coluim Cille, acuf CCmiia beg ele 'oo 8enan Infi 
Ca6ai§. OCcuf a nlnif Caoil aix: ina|i Bennaig Conaill Infi 
Caoil 'DO h-a'5laicea^ 6. 

OCT)eiti beia TTlaeT^oicc pe|ina, cap. 72, gufiab e an TDalldn 
fo "DO bt a cCill *Oalldin, acuf ]5Ufiab clann T>eifi T)efxBb|va€ati 
tcro afi aon .i. TTlao^og, mac Se'OTia, mic Cijic, acuf T)all<iTi, 
mac Colla, mic Oijic, er^c. 



8eiSlW. Tjfii clafieinich, Cfiondn, baoirhin, acuf Seighein. 

30. b. T:eRT:io cat. pebtiuccRii. 30. 

CCltbtie, mac Tlondin, vo Cenel cConuill ^ulban mic Weill v6. 

et^cCM, mac ^emmain, a fiRof mdfi, i n-UiB "Oegha, i n-UiB 

tno-mtieaM6cc, Jl'tnne pai-Ble i n-UiB Sapivcon. 

bcciapTlloWW, Infe "Ooimle. J^ma* e T'O bai|i|ipiOTiii Tninne, 
mac TTlui|ie(r5ai§, aca a|i fliocr pachac TTluille€ain, mic 
©oghain moifi, mic Oilella Oluim aca -oo f^ol 6imi|i pnn, 

mic tn 111*6 en>«i^©- 

'CeriMtfcc, Uafiain. 
CRtiim'ctieH eibtie. 

1 Ere, ^c. The more recent hand adds here, CCca Tulaig "Oalldin |x>p iixiix Conaill. 
'* There is also a Tolach Dallain stUl in Tir>Ck>naUl.'' (T.) 



MocHEANNA, Virgin. 

Blath, Virgin. 

Dallan Foroaill, of Maighin, of the race of CoUa Uais, monarch 
of Ireland His name was Eochaidh, son of CoUa, son of Era 
It was he that composed the celebrated panegyric on Colum 
Cille, which is called Amhra Choluim Chille, and another little 
Amhra on Seandn of Inis-Cathaigh. And he was interred at 
Inis-CaoU, a place sacred to Conall of Inis-Caoil. 

The Life of Maedhog of Fearna states, chap. 72, that this is 
the DaU&n who was at Cill-DaMin, and that the two children 
were brothers* sons, namely — Maedhog, son of Sedna, son of 
Ere, and Dall&n, son of Colla, son of Ere, &c.^ 



Seighin. The three Qairenechs [flat faced], t(;creCron4n,Baeithin, 
and Seighin. 


Ailbhe, son of Ron^, who is of the race of Conall Gulban, son of 

Enan, son of Gemman, at Bos-mor, in Ui-Deagha, in Ui-Ceinn- 

MoMHERNOG, of Glcim-Faidhle in Ui-Garchon. 

Bairrfhinn of Inis-Doimhle. This may be Bairrfhinn Mitine, 
son of Moireadhach, who is of the race of Fiacha Muilleathan, 
son of Eoghan Mor, son of OilioU Oluim of the line of Heber 
Finn, son of Miledh of Spain. 

Ternog, of Uaran. 

Cruimhther Elbhr 


s Ui-Ceimuealaigh Here the more recent hand adds, CC5 fo an c-Cncm tk) |H^iot> 
betcTD Tta naoTti. " This is the Enan who wrote the lives of the saints.** (T.) 

32 pelme ncc Maomt) tieHeMNacli. [jan. 31. 

31. C. pTiiT)ie cat. pebRticcnii. 31. 

tncco'OTldcc, epfcop, pefina. Gee's a cev ainm. T)o fiol Colla 
Uaif ai|iT)|ii &|ienn T)6. Oirne ainm a rtiouaifi vo fiol CCrh- 
alsai'B, mic pacjiac, mic Ga£'5ac TUtiilTne'Doin. ba v^a ceiT) 
pejiratB an lee po|i a fiucca'o va Baifce'oh e, no Birff each 
oga niomlocroDh ui|i|ie amaeh aeuf ipreeh, arhail ^ach 
n-afirfiach aile, ^uf an oilen boi a|i in loeh, po|i a jiueeo'B 6. 
ba T)ia piofiraiB pof bacdn fiuil bainpi^hi'5 boi illairh Oirhne 
niachai|i tnae'ohoee a^a 15tieiT:h, baoi ma rhai'oe peoi'Bi^e 
cjiuai'D ehuill, vo inpaf po '5uille, aeuf "oa^hlSlar, acuf T>a§- 
ro|ia^ ma 'Be^hai'S ; aeuf af mafi^anae pop an eoll pin ma 
cjiann 6p ^an upehjia ^an £fxiona'5 po enoiB gaeha blia^na 
1 n-lnip b|iechThai5he, ere., CC? *0l 624, an ran |io paiT)h 
appifiar T)oeiJni nirhe. 

CCT)ei|i pemleaBap, po aopDa menfipaim ma 15ppi6 TTlaprap- 
laie tnaoilepuam 'Carhlacra, aeup mopdn eile Benap pip na 
naomaiB cona mairhpiB, 50 paiBe TTlao'56s pepna eoprhail a 
mbepaiB aeup a m-berhaiT), pe Copneliup papa. 

ttlgtlCCe'Dtl, mac Bachach o 'Cip 'oa cpaobh vo pliocr Laegaipe 
mic WeilL CCva Tip-Da-cpaoB a cCenel pachach, acr m 
hai^ne-fe 'oath eeelaip 'pa n air pin -oa n^oiprep Tip-Da-cpaoB. 

TXxrctlcco'odcc, mac Colgan, o CCeha^h-^urtia. 

8iollcfM, CiUe T)eleee. 

eabtiMCnr, o Tlop Gnehe. 


tnoctiUTnma:, eppuc, Haon'opoma. 

tl1aola:Mpcn*oti, abb, T)aipinpi aj tiop mop TnoehuT)a. "00 
plio^x: Connla, mic bpeapail crca, ap pliofr Ixiojaipe Luipc, 
mic U^aine m6ip pi Openn T)6. 

CcciM'oeacti, mac Ui Chil, paeeapr. TTlella amm a moCoip, 
aeup 'oob 1 pin mauaip 'Cigeapnaig T)hoipe tnelle. 

1 Aondndm. The more recent hand adds here, ^^Mariano "OocuniTna, epp nOConT>Tionia. 
** In Marianas, Docnmma, bishop, of Aondnum." Meaning that Marianus 0*6orman speMs 
the name Dochummoj in his Martyrologv, instead of Mockumma, (T.) 



Maedhoo, Bishop, of Feama. Aedh was his first name. He 
was of the race of CoUa Uais, monarch of Erirm. Eithne was 
the name of his mother, of the race of Amhalghaidh, son of 
Fiachra, son of Eochaidh Muighmheadhoin. Among his first 
miracles was the flag-stone upon which he was brought to be 
baptized, upon which people used to be ferried out and in, just 
as in every other boat, to the island in the lake, on which he was 
bom. Of his miracles also was that the spinster s distaff, which 
was in the hand of Maedh6g*s mother, Eithne, when she was 
bringing him forth, which was a withered hard stick of hazel, 
grew up with leaves and blossoms and afterwards with goodly 
fruit ; and this hazel is stiU in existence as a green tree without 
decay or withering, producing nuts every year in Inis-Breach- 
mhaighe, &c, A.D. 624, was the date when he resigned his spirit 
to heaven. 

A very old vellum book in which are found the Martyrology of 
Maebruain of Tamhlacht, and many other matters which relate 
to the saints and their mothers, states that Maedh6g of Feama 
in habits and life was like unto Cornelius the Pope. 

LuoHAEDH, son of Eochaidh of Tir-da-chraobh, of the race of 
Laeghaire, son of Niall. There is a Tir-da-chraobh in Cinel- 
Fiachach, but I know of no church at that place called Tir-da- 

Dathaedhog, son of Colga, of Achadh-dumha. 

SiLLAN, of Cill-Deilge. 

Eabhnait, of Ros-Enche. 


MoCHUMMA, Bishop, of Aondruim.* 

Maelanfaidh, Abbot, of Dairinis at Lis-m6r-Mochuda. He is of 
the race of Connla, son of Breasal, of the line of Laeghaire Lore, 
son of Ugaine M6r, king of Ireland. 

Cainneach, son of Ua Chil, Priest. Mella was the name of his 
mother, and she was the mother [also] of Tigheamach of Doire- 



34 vehne ticc ncconiti MeHetnicccti. [febr. 1. 

1 . T). CCCleN T)1 8 pebRU CCH1 1 . 1 . 

buistliT, o^h, baiiabb Cille 'oafia. T)e fliocr ©ocha'oha pnn- 
puaTOifir, mic pei'&limi'D Ueacrmaifi, mic 'Cucrchail 'Ceachr- 
mai]\, aifiT)fii Gfienn vl bfioiccfeac, in^en T)alll5fionai§, mic 
CCo'Dha ITIeamaip, a maraifi, acu]^ i^Ufi 'do tlllT:an CCiji'De- 
bfiecam i^^-be, acuf ife Ullran 'oo €ionoil pefiia acuf Tnio|i- 
buile bfii^e 50 haon mai^in, acuf "oo airin "oa '5ei|x;ipul 
bfioccan a ccuma qxe pili-bechr; amail ay pollaf ifin Lea15a|i 
loniann, .1. "Mi cqi bfiipT^ bija'oac," 7c. 

CCn rfiar "DO bi THolin^ 05 nonTirii'& 6 fiig Oijieann, la^i 
bpcc^ail mairmi'&e na bojiaTtia o ponnacra fii 6|ienn, 50 
^lac aiqfieacai^ muinnfi an \i^% acuf fio leiifar e 'oia mafibcro. 
"DO connaific THolin^ fin t)© chuai-o 1 muiTii§iii na naorVi, acu]^ 
•DO |;ui'Dh bjiigic aji cfif , ^o nT)ubaifir; : — " CC bjii^iT: bennac ap 
fCT)," 7c. 

CC'oei]i feinleaBaji fio ao^^a nienifiaim ina Bpfiic TTlap- 
rafilaic Tllaolfiuain 'Carhlacca, acuf coitiannianna na 
naoiti, acu]^ mopdn 'oo maiifiitS na naoiti 50 fiaiBe bjiigiT^ 05 
lenmain na mbef, acuf na beua 'oo tSi a^ naoni TTluipe 
ma^aifi lo^a. 

CCyi an b^ii^iT^ i^n z\ia na rucc a menmain, na a 
hinni^nin a]* in ccoim-be e-oh naon uaifie fiiani, aci; a f^0]\ 
liia-fe aciif a i^otxfniuaine'& ^o ^ncrc ma menmain amail 
ay pollaf^ ma bei^hai'B pem, acuf^ \x>y 1 mberhai'o naoim 
bpenamn efpucc Cluana pe]\ra. T)o bi fio pial yo capfanac 
fie, haoi'5e'&ait5 aciif fie lucr fiiacranaiv- T)o 61 iimal, acu^ 
"DO nio-fe ao'&aifieachr;, acuf moiceifi^e amail 'oeptSaf a be€a, 

1 The victoriotu. Tliis b the first line of the metrical Life of St. Brigid, publishcii fruin 
the Book of Hymns, by Colgan ; Trias Thaum., p. 515. (T.) 



Briohit, Virgin, abbess of Cill-dara. She was of the race of 
Eochaidh Fiimfuathairt, son of Feidhlimidh Reachtmhar, son of 
Tuathal Teachtmhar, monarch of Erinn. Broiccseach, daughter 
of Dallbronach, son of Aedh Meamhair, was her mother, and she 
was the sister of Ultan of Ard-Breccain, and it was Ultan that 
coUected the virtues and miracles of Brighit together, and who 
commanded his disciple Brogan to put them into poetry, as is 
evident in the Book of Hymns, i.e., "The victorious* Brighit 
did not love," &c. 

When Moling was returning from the king of Erinn, after 
obtaining the remission of the Borumha^ from Fionnachta, king 
of Erinn, the people of the king were seized with regret, and 
they followed him to kill him. When Moling saw this he had 
recourse to the protection of the saints, and he implored Brighit 
first, and said : " O Brighit, bless our path,'* &c. 

A very ancient old book of vellum, in which is found the 
Martyrology of Maelruain of Tamhlacht and the saints of the 
same name, and the names of many of the mothers of the saints, 
states that Brighit was following the manners and the life 
which the holy Mary, mother of Jesus had. 

It was this Brighit, too, that did not take her mind or her 
attention from the Lord for the space of one hour at any time, 
but was constantly mentioning Him, and ever constantly think- 
ing of Him, as is evident in her own life, and also in the life of 
Saint Brenainn, bishop of Cluain-fearta. She was very hospit- 
able and very charitable to guests and to needy people. She 
was humble, and attended to the herding of sheep and early 
rising, as her life proves, and as Cuimin of Coindeire states in 

« Banimha. The tribute of oxen See O'Donovan ; Fragment* of Annals, pp. 77, 89. (T.) 


3(j pelme mcc Maomti weReMMcccti. [febr. 2. 

acuf aitidil croefi Cuimin Coin'oeifie ifin "Ddn 'oajiab rup, 
" Capaif^ Pcn:|iaic puijii: THaca/* ere CC5 fo mafi crDei|i : — 

Cayiaif O^iiJit) bennacrac 
Cfiabcro buan nayi bo benra 
1on§at|ie, acuf Tiioiceifi^e 
peile fie peyiaib pefira. 

Ro rhocatiB imofifio 74 blia-ban 05 po^natti ^o "oioqia voi} 
coim'De'6 05 'oenatft peyir, acuf miofitSal 05 flatiucca'5 ^ach 
^alaifi, acuf ^ac re'Dtna aficena, amail a^ poUaf ma befai-b 
pein, ^o fio pdi-b a fpijicn: lafi b]:o|iba'5 .lacxiin. mblia'fean, 
artiail fio fierhjiai'Sfem, CC? T)! 525. CCcuf fio ha'5naice'5 1 
iiT)6ii in aon rumba let parfiaic ma|i ap, ha'&nacc Colam 
Cille lapam. OC'oeip bera Ciapain Cluana, cap. 47, ^pab 
"Dona hocc nop'oaiB 'do bi in 6ipinn o]vo bpifroi. 

T)eTlltlBtlOCCtl, banabb CiUe "oapa 1 nre^hai'o Opi§De. 

beoiw, 6sh. 

CiMwe, d^h. 

CCmeccMNCCw, mac Hi Oi^itS. 

CCCTXTN, ai'O'oe blaain, .1. blaan Chinn ^apo*. CCrd Corcm mac 
TTlaDain, ap pliocT: Ipeoil, mic Conuill CepnaiJ, ara "oo clon- 
naiB Ru'&pai§e. 


2. G. cfvicavco nonets pebnticcTiii. 2. 

pwoeactl T^limWO, eppcop, CiUe pnnche, 6 CCc T)uipn in 

Oppai§ibh. ^OopnT) bui'ohe ainm rulcha 1 THai^h Rai§ne. 
CCi'CtiTne'C, eppcop Clochaip. 
lollCCCtlccM, on T)ipepT:. 

1 A.D. 525. The more recent hand has corrected this date to 522, adding in the margin 
this note: "ex ii. binario numero fecit quinariam literam transcriptoris error;** i-e, th« 
transcriber mistook -oxxii for -oxxti. (T.) 


the poem whose beginning is, " Patrick of the fort of Macha 
loved," &c. Thus he says : — 

**^ The blessed Brighit loved 

Constant piety, which was not prescribeil ; 
Sheep-herding and early rising — 
Hospitality towards men of virtnes." 

She spent indeed 74 years diligently serving the Lord, perform- 
ing signs and miracles, curing every disease, and sickness in 
general, as is evident in her own life, imtil she yielded her 
spirit, after having completed seventy-four years, as we have 
said before, A.D. 525,* and she was buried at D6n, in one tomb 
with Patrick, where Colum Cille was afterwards interred. The 
life of Ciaran of Cluain states, chap. 47, that the Order of Brighit 
was [one] of the eight Orders that were in Erinn. 

Derlughach, Abbess of Cill-dara [next] after Brighit. 

Begin, Virgin. 

CiNNE, Virgin.' 

AlREANNAN, Mac Ui Oidhibh. 

Catan, tutor of Blaan, i.e., of Blaan of Cenn-garadh. There is a 
Catan, son of Madan, of the race of Irial, son of Conall Cemach, 
who is of the Clanna-Rudhraighe. 



FiNDEACH DuiRND,^ Bishop, of Gill Finnche, of Ath-Duim, in Os- 
raighe. Domd-Buidhe is the name of a hill in Magh Raighne. 
AiTHMET, Bishop, of Clochar. 
Jgllathan, of the Desert. 


Virgin. The more recent hand adds here, " Juxta M. Tamlacht. Presbyter," u.eanin^ 
that the Mart, of Tallaght calls Cinne a priest ("sac") not a virgin. (T.) 
*Duimd: i-e. Findeach of Domn. (T.) 

38 velme ncc Mccomti MeueMMacti. [febr. 5. 

3. p. T:eHT:io wowa^ vebnticcTiii. 3. 

CollTlCCt^, ep^x^ob, .1. mac T)uach o Chill rhic T)iiach a cCoii- 
nachcuiB. T)o i^lioci: pacfiac mic Oach'bac TTlin§me'56iii 7)6. 
CCt) mofia a pep-ra acuf' a mioiibaile. CC'Deiji Ua 8echiiafai^ 
^ijfiab a|i an 27 Id vo mi Ocrobep arja peil mic "Duach, .i. a 
pcrcfiun acuf a bfidraifi pern. 

CucCNCCt^, ^liiine, abb mmge bile. 

Cccoil pOMT), o^h, no CaellociMM. T)o fliocx mo*a fiui* mic 
Pe|i5U]^a, mic Uofa, mic Ru§|iai§e, "do Caellainn. Wo ^oma-B 
1 Caoilpionn, in^en Caoil, mic pionncha'oha, ara afi fliocT; 
Ceip mic pefipifa, mic Hofa, mic Hu'5fiai§e, no bei€ aji an 
16 fo. 

4. 'g. pni'Die M0MCC8 vebRUccmi. 4. 

toiTiniCCM, tocha ^ile, einp Caipp]\e aciiy^ bpeipne. T)o fliocT; 

Colla 'oa Cpioc t)6. 
pui'olibliecccli, mac Cillin. 
Cucauicjc, abb livm6i|i. 
CUTOcai, 'Cariilacra ^l^ia^ i n^lionn Ui^he. 
COHC, 6 T)fiuim Lomdin. 

5. a. noius pebuiKCRii. 5. 

bcroNCD^, abb poBaiji. 
bccorticcM, mac Colmain. 
pnStini, mac Oohjidin peabla. 

1 Uo Seichnasaiyh. This was probably " The O'Shnughnopsy," or head of the family at 
tlie time when this work was compiled, and whone testimony, our author intimatet^ was 
the more worthy of credit, because St C'olman Mac Duach was tlie patron saint of his 
tribe and of the same race. See Geneal. Table, 0'l><movan's Ily Fiachrach, (T.) 

* Cola, Here the more recent hand adds, *' Dninmii, (Marian )" meaning that M. 
O'Gorman (nr rather the GIonh) calls him '*of Drum." On the next name the recent 



GoLMAN, Bishop, i.e., Mac Duach of Cill-mic-Duach in Connachta. 
He was of the race of Fiachra, son of Eochaidh Muidbmheadhoin. 
Great were his virtues and miraclea Ua Sechnasaigh* says that 
the festival of Mac Duach is on the 27th of the month of Octo- 
ber, for he was his own patron and his relative. 

CuANAN Glinne, Abbot, of Magh-bile. 

Caoilfionn, Virgin, or Caellainn. Caellainn was of the race of 
Modh-ruith, son of Fergus, son of Ros, son of Budhraighe. Or she 
may be Caoilfionn, daughter of Gael, son of Fionnchadh, who is 
of the race of Ciar, son of Fergus, son of Ros, son of Budhraighe. 
that is [venerated] on this day. 


LoiiMAN, of Loch Gile, between Cairbre and Breifne. He was of 
the race of CoUa-da-crioch. 


CUANNA, Abbot, of Lis-m6r. 

CiARAN, of Tamhlacht Gliadh, in Glenn Bighe. 

Cot A.* 

CoRC, of Druim Lomdin. 


LlADNAN, Abbot, of Fobhar. 
Baothan, son of Colman.' 
FiNGHiN, son of Odhrdn Feabhla. 

hand «ay.s *' Marian. M. Tanil.," as the auth(»rity for wiyinj^ that Core was of Drum 
Limaiii. Itut thiA is a mistake; the (iloss iu M> O'Gonnaii evidently states that both 
<*ota and Core are of Drum liOinaiii, (or Drum Lommain), and the Mart.' Taml. says the 
Nime: Cojic uruy Cord o t)iiuiinin, omitting Loniiin. (T.) 

^ Colntftn, The more rcient hand adds, no f)ii(i'n(ni, mdc Colnidiii. "or Buadan, son 
«»f r<»hnau." (T.) 

40 pelme ticc Mccomti weaeMiiacti. [febr. 7. 

"Onblrcccctl, mac T)iiBdin, mic Tllaolu1•51l^ T)o cenel cConaill 

5ulban, tiiic Neill "do. 
CeHCC, ogh. 
eccclircccl), o^h. 

6. b. ocrttuo iT)ii8 v^l)«^ticcRii. 6. 

met, epixiop, CC]iT)achai'D]i i 'Cei^hba, 'oe^cipiil pcirfiaicc, CC? T)' 

487. T)apeiica Yni\i paT^paicc a tiiarai|i. 
maolpWDeN, abb Inp par]iaicc. 
T)URa:, epfcop, mac Coluim, o TDiiuun cpetiia. 
bHcaroubtl acuv Coluini, 6 loch Tllinn]iei1iai]i. (Xza bpaiiT)uB 

e^jucc a]i fbocr 6oca^a, tine ITluipea'&a, ord vo fiol 6i]i- 


7. C. ^epomo I'otis velmiKjcnii. 7. 

CCeT)tl, ep]Xiop, 8lebre, 699. CC-oeip Cdin CC'Damndiii ^upab 'ooiia 
tiaoThaiB puaip pe in iippaxiap tnna "do fxtO]ia'5 6 ^ac f^la- 
Bai^ecx "oa pait5e oppa CCe'o eppcop §le15re. ba luce en- 
aimpipe laT), oip api po blia-feam e^a CC'Danindm, 703. 

Colin CCM, eppcob. 

pOMWrccitl, paccapr, Cluana Caoin. 

ITlecclLcCM, mac Ui Cinnn, 6 Imp mic I1i Chunin, pop tocli 

Oipbpen 1 cConnacT:uit5, ipe pob antncapa "DO V"1M*^ "^^ cluiai-b 

^o pepona. 
Lomrncjcii, Loch a lluaip ni UiC mac llaip ipin TTli'&e. T)o cenel 

^Conaill 5"lban, mic lleill, -do. 
TTlCCOMCCCCCtl, CCi^lia L'acc 

Loiicai, Cpjo'CCCIJ, ITliolccii, niona ITliolain, qn meic T)ttipe. 

bm'Sllir, in§en T)omma. 

1 XiaU. The more iweiit hand add^, *' Presbyter. Mart. Taml. :" i.e., the Mart Taiiil. 
Htyle-* him priest ; " Diibhtach, sac." (T.) 

s Vh-ffin^ The later hand adds, n Hat llUioinnr; ''At ISuth .Maoiutich f' from the 
Mart. Tand. ( T.) 


DuBHTHACH, son of Dubh^, son of Maeluidhir. He was of the 

race of Conall Gulban, son of NialL* 
Cera, Virgin.* 
Eachtach, Virgin. 


Mel, Bishop, of Ard-achadh in Tethbha, disciple of Patrick, A.D. 

487. Darerca, sister of Patrick, was his mother. 
Maelfinden, Abbot, of Inis-Patraic' 
Dura, Bishop, son of Colum, of Drum-cremha. 
Brandubh, and Coluim, of Loch Muinremhair. There is a Bran- 

dubh, bishop, of the race of Eochaidh, son of Muireadh, who is 

of the race of Heremon, 

7. C. SEPTIMO IDUS februaril 7. 

Aedh, Bishop, of Slebte. The Cain Adamnain states that Aedh, 
bishop of Slebte, was among the saints whom he [Adamnan] 
found as security to free the women from eveiy slavery which 
was upon them. They were contemporaries ; for the year of 
Adamnan's death was 703. 

CoLMAN, Bishop. 

Fionntain, Priest, of Cluain-Caoin. 

Meallan, Mac-Ui-Cuinn, of Inis Mac-Ui-Cuinn, in Loch Oirbsen, 
in Connachta ; he was the spiritual director of Fursa, who went 
to Peronne. 

LoMMAN, of Loch hUair, in XJi-Mac-Uais, in Midhe. He was of 
the race of Conall Gulban, son of Niall. 

Maonacan, of Ath-liag. 

LoNAN, Criotan, Miolan, of M6in-Miolain, tln-ee sons of Daire. 

Brighit, daughter of Domma. 

^Ittu-Pfitrak. The more recent hand adds, *'piniien, juxta Marian." But the text of 
the Bnuael'* MS. of (VGoruian read-s '* Finnian, abb iia binii|»e," Abbot of the Ible; and 
the Gloiv* \A "■ Maellinnian, Ablw>t, of Inis-ratraic." (T.) 

42 pelme mcc Maomti MeRewMcccti. [febr. 9. 

8. T). sexco i'DU8 vebnticcuii. 8. 

THccc LlCCCC, epixop, ticrch'OiiOTnina. T)o f^iol Colla Uaty aipT)]!! 

ColmccM, eprcob, mac tit T:heal'DUit5, CC? T): 653. 

pactlRCC, abb, 6 Chon^bdil ^Linne 8uili§e i Cenel CoiiaiU. 

'CenuocCy ancoifii pfii befiba aniafi. 

ONCtlli, mac an eccii\ 'oo ConnaccaitS. CCf e fio rhionoil mofi tk) 
rhaii^itS naomh Ojienn co Cluain moip TTlhaoDhoicc 

CC'oei|i i^einleatSafi jio ao]^a memfiaim arliail a 'ouBfiamaji 
a^ bfiigir, 10 peb. 50 fiaitSe TTlac in 6icciv cofmail a mbe^aiB, 
acuf a mberhai-D \ie hCCmbpof. 

pcalbtie, eti-ooimh. 
Uiiirtictie, o^h. 
Cencc, 6^h. 

9. G. r.ftiiMT:o iT)ii« v^bTiiiccnii. il 

U6mc6i, Gp]Xiop, tif moiit 

CUCCRCCN, an eaccna, 1 nT)eipt5 THuman. (Xy vo ^lob anim Cpo- 
ndn mac Ner^eman. 

Ccanecccti T)eHccaiN, 0% o Cluam boipenn in 115 tllaine. Ho 
Caipeach in^en Conmll 'oeipcc filial Bii'oa CCiyine .1. Caipeacli 
'oep^ain 'oo feaijimfe "Bi, acuf' vo i^liocr Colla 'oa que "oi. 

Colmcai, Cltjana liOfiaipT). [Uio^nac yn\\i pnnetn Cluaine 
hOjiaipt) a mataip.] 

CHiiimT^tieH pwne, T)poma Licce. 

1 Mftc in Eccls: i.e., "Son (»f the poet." (T.) 

^Cuar^m. The later hand has nddeil in the marjifin, .1. 1Tl(»ru((^\o(r. V- (Ce r '*i.»^-« !»•* 



Mac Liag, Bishop, of Liathdrum. He was of the race of CoUa 
Uais, monarch of Erinn. 

CoLMAN, Mac-Ui-Tealduibh, bishop, A.D. 653. 

FiACHRA, Abbot, of Congbhail Gleanna Suilighe, in Cenel Conaill. 

Trenoo, Anchorite, on the west of the Bearbha. 

Onchu, Mac in Eccis,^ of the Connacians. It was he that col- 
lected a great deal of the relics of the saints of Erinn to Cluain- 

A very ancient vellum old book, which we have mentioned 
under Brighit, at 1 st February, states, that Mac-in-Eccis was, 
in his manners and life, like unto Ambrose. 

Failbhe, of Erdomh. 

RuiDHCHE, Virgin. 

Cera, Virgin. 


RoNAN, Bishop, of Lis-m6r. 

CuARAN,* the wise, in Deisi-Mumhan. His name was Cronan- 

Caireach Dergain, Virgin, of Cluain-Boirinn in Ui-Maine ; or 

Caireach, daughter of Conall Derg, sister of Enda of Aran, i.e., 

Caireach DergAin she was called, and she was of the I'ace of 

CoLMAN, of Cluain Eraird. [Rioghnach,'* sister of Finnen of 

Cluain Eraird, was his mother.] 
Cruimhther Finne, of Druim-licce. 

is cnlloil Mi»chuart)cc in the Felire of Aengus." MochuartKc in the devotionnl forni of the 
iwnip, sifmifying *' my little Ciiar," or Ciiaran. (T.) 
^ lihtfffnufc/i. The words witliin bracket* are added by the more recent hand. (T.) 

4-4 pell Re net waomti tieHetiMacti. [febr. ll. 

10. p. qua:HT:o I'otia VGt)miccRii. 10. 

CCineMllCCM, epfcop, 'Carhlacra. 

8i0lLcCM, ep]X)op, 51-11^116 'occ lx)ch. 

CRONCCM, S^-^M^^ ni6i]ie, 1 n'OeptS 111 urban acuy^ i hoy m6\u Mo 
^Icfif tnop ceall ]\o bui i T:aot5 Suiixt) in-oei^i^ co uan^cccrafi 
501 ll Indfi "Oorhnann cuicce, co fto TnayiCfHic e, acuf a niuin- 
nji mle in aon 01*566, co na i^efino eloirheacli ^an mu'&ucca'o 
'Diob, CO n'oechfcn: 1 mafirpa anilai'o fin. 

T)eHltlStia:, d^h, o Lemmai^h. 
bec^oc, in§en 5«^l^«^ii' ^B^- 

11. 'g. 1:6111:10 I^DUS pebRtKXRii. 11. 

Crlicew, epfcop, Cluana poxja 1 pejiaitS bile 1 Tlli'Dhe, vo fliocc 
Lao^aiyie Luific "do tai^nit) T)©, acuf ape jio popchon^aip pofi 
an "Daih nallai'D i^oi^eacr; "oo ryieaBa^ cuicce an can nice 
^fia^ba faccaipr pofi Choluim Cille an lonaDh ^yia'Dh epfcoib, 
acii]^ aT:be|ic an n Colum Cille na ^etSa-b a naiieppach do 
^pa'DaiB an ccein baT) beo, acup ape'oh on fio choiiiaill, acup 
ni ramie nech inarti 'oo ^aBail ^pa^a ^up an ccill ]^n opin 
alle, CC<? T>\ 577. CCra beia Coluini Cille, cap. 38, 05 ceachr 
leip -pn. 

pWDlOC, eppcob, TTlui^he bile, aciip ^oma^ 'oo pliocr porcacli 
Pmn, aip'opi Gjienn "do. "Do peip na 'ouaine .1. naoinifencap 
naoiti Innfi pail ODeijx mappo, "Pnnen TTlm^e bile bain,'* 


CC'oeip peinleaUap po aoj^oa mempaim ma bppiC niap- 
raplaic niaoilpuam 'Caitilacxa, acup coitianinanna na naoiti 
nCipennac, 50 paiCe pmnen THaise bile copniail a nibejxiil5, 
acup a mberhai^ pe lacob ap]xaL 

1 With this. The later hand adds here, CCp T>e joiiireji eriaiiu]-» i ? uiT)in, ciciif 
echenup iinbechuix) biug-oi, cup. 101 : *' It is he that is called Etiamts in Latin, and 
Echenus in the Life of Bni;hit, chaj:. KM." {^T.) 



AiRENNAN, Bishop, of Tamhlacht. 

SlOLLAN, Bishop, of Gleann-da-loch. 

Cronan, of Glais-m6r in Deisi-Mumhan, and of Lis-in6r. Or 
Glais-m6r, a church that was by the side of Sord to the south, 
until the foreigners of Inbher Domhnann came to him and 
killed him and all his people in one night, so that not one of 
them escaped without being destroyed ; and thus were they 

Derlugha, Virgin, of Lemmagh. 

Becxja, daughter of Gabhran, Virgin. 


Etchen, Bishop, of Cluain-foda in Fir-Bile, in Meath. He was of 
the race of Laeghaire Lore of the Leinstermen. And it was he 
that commanded the wild ox to come to him to plough, when 
he bestowed the order of priest upon Colum Cille in place of 
the order of bishop. And Colum Cille said that he would not 
accept of any different orders as long as he should live ; and 
this indeed he observed, and no one ever came to that church 
to receive orders from that time forth, AD. 577. The life of 
Colum Cille, chap. 38, agrees with this.* 

FiNDiA,* Bishop, of Magh-bile ; and he was of the race of Fiatach 
Finn, monarch of Erin, according to the poem " Kaoimh- 
shencas naomh Insi Fail" &c., [The saint-history of the saints 
of Inis Fail, &c.,] which says thus [of him] "Finnen of fair 
Maghbile,'' &c. 

A very ancient old vellum book, in which is found the Mar- 
tyrology of Maelruain of Tamhlacht, and the synonjones of the 
Irish saints, states that Finnen of Magh-bile was in manners 
and life like unto James the apostle. 

*Findia. Commonly called Finman, or Finnen ^ a<t here immediately after; and some- 
times Finnbctrr. (T.) 

46 ^ pelme wa Mccomli weuewMcccli. [fbbr. 12. 

JobMCcr, 6^h, 1 TTlom moifi i troeifceifix; eivenn, acd a ceall, 
[acuf imbaile THuiime.] T)o fiol Conoitie rhic TTlcyBa Lama 
aiji'opi Gfienn ; ora "oo fiol ©ifiemoin t)i. 

Dubticcw, faccapr, a Uititi T)uBdin, ailiriji. Ri bfiercm a a6ai|i 
.1. bfiacditi, mac byiaca. T)?ii, in^en fiig 8aaxxn a rhafeaiji, 
amail vo 5eibi;e|i a feinleaUafi aopDa memfiuim. 

Sewacti, i^ccqir, o Ceallaib Ua TTlai^heach. T)o flio& 
Cccrhaotfi m6i|i aip'Ofii efietin "oo Lai^niB oca, a|i fliocc 
La15|ur5a tuific mic U^aine moip 'd6. 1^6 goma^ 6 BeaiiaC 
mac Coifiill 6 CheallaiB Ua TTla^ac, acuf aca "oo fiol Coiiaife 
mic TTlo-ba tama "oo bei€ ap, an Id fo. 

Lccppccw, mac Ciapdin. 

LuctiTXC, CCcha f efina. 

COCCWCCC, 65h, 6 Gf nai'ohe. 

12. CC pRi'Die 1*0118 pebRUCCRii. 12. 

SicrotlCCl, mac Luairh, epfcop T)in15liTifie, CC9 T)\ 785. 
PeTtl^wa, comapba parfiaicc, cenT) cfei'ome na n^^oi'beal, 
ceo ^1 872. 

8iTnplePC epfCop, .i. TTIodiuic o Cill TTlo'Diuir;, i So^ain. 
CoiMiM, epfcop. 

POHCCMMCCN, abb Cluana hOfuxifU 
pOMCCM, mac efanndin. CC^ T)\ 674. 
CiimmeiM, Jlitine motia. 
Lu^ticn'otl, Cuile Rufcach i mbpeipne. 
"OccmccM, 6 'Cigh Damdin i tiUiB Cfiomuaniiaiii. T)o tai§^ 
•DO fein. 


CCeT)!!, mac Pefurohaigh. 
CCeDtlccw, [Cluana T)a|icaige.] 
beoloso, faccafc, Cluana T)afT:a'Dha. 

^ And at The words in brackets are added in the more recent hanJ. (T.) 
• cm Modiuid, Now Kilmude in Hy Many. (O'D.) 


GoBNAT, Virgin. At M6in-m6r, in the south of Erinn, is her church, 
[and at^ Baile Mhuimfe.] She was of the race of Conaire, son of 
Modh-Lamha, monarch of Erinn ; she is of the race of Heremon. 

DUBHAN, Priest, at Rinn Dubhain, pilgrim. The king of Britain 
was his father, i.e., Bracdin, son of Braca. Din, daughter of the 
king of Saxonland was his mother, as is found in an ancient 
old vellum book. 

Senach, Priest, of Cealla Ua Maigheach. He is of the race of 
Cathaoir M6r, monarch of Erinn of the Leinstermen, who was of 
the race of Labhraidh Lore, son of Ugaine M6r. Or it is 
Seanach, son of CoireaU of Cealla Ua Maghach, and who is of 
the race of Conaire, son of Modh-Lamha, who is on this day. 

LappXn, son of Ciardn. 

LuCHTA, of Ath-fema. 

CoGNAT, Virgin, of Eamaidhe. 


Slldhal, son of Luath, bishop of Duibhlinn, A.D. 785. 
Fethgna, successor of Patrick, head of the religion of the Gaoidhil, 

A.D. 872. 
Simplex, Bishop, i.e., Modiuid of Cill-Modiuid,^ in Sodhan. 
CoiNiN, Bishop. 

Forannan, Abbot, of Cluain Eraird. 
Fionan, son of ErannAn, A.D. 674. 
Cummein, of Gleann-M6na. 
LuGHAiDH, of Cuil-ruscach in Breifiie. 
Daman, of Tigh Damain in Ui-Criomhthannain. He was of the 


Aedh, son of Feradhach. 
Aedhan, [of Cluain' Dartaighe.] * 
Beologo, Priest, of Cluain-Dartadha. 

* Cluain. The words in brackets are atldcd by the later hand. (T ) 

48 pell Re ncc Nccointi ueReNMCCcti. [febr. 15. 

13. b. I'Dibus pebRUCCRii. 13. 

m 0*0110111 tlMO^, o "Ciopiiaiu pacxTia a iiiafirafi Onxaighe. "Oo 

cenel Oo^cnn tnic Meill 7)6. 
CucccTlMCCC, o^h, 6 Roif Raiuhe. 

Onnietj, o^h. 


pOMCCtI, T)iioma neoi'o, t)0 fliocr bfiiain mic 8ac^a£ TTlin§nie- 

"BoiTl 7)0. 

14. C. sexco "oecinio cccl. iticcrtcii. 14. 


mcnNctieiM, TTlaorhla. 
SiMecccTi, 8i\<iT:ha. 

15. T). qmnizo "oecimo cccl. niccTiT:ii. 15. 

benccctl, abb, Cluana Coi|ipre i cCoTinacraiB. T)o cenel T)oBra 
crca aji fliochr b|iiain mic 6a&oac TTlui^me'&oin t)o ; acuf 
Pionmaii "oeiiibvuiii vo C|iuimre|i P]iaoc, o Cluain Conmaicne 
a TnuiTinri|i 6olaif a rticcraifi. CCn ran ba Tleix^ipul -poTti vo 
T)hai^ eppcop, mac Caijiill |io pal's T)ai§ eipnini 50 ajiaile 
muilenn 1 inui7;h Uluijireitine, acup bolcc cpuirnecra Icnp 
•Dia rheilr, acup puaip ben acup buacaill 'oaop ruaiuhe apa 
chinT) ipin muilenn, acuf bolcc coipce leo 'oia rheilu ; acup 
po lapp bepach oppa peal an thuilmn, acup ni rucpccx: do, 
acup po cuipper ap ^ach leirh an coipce, acup an cpuitneacc 
ipin muilenn, acup po heiT)in'5eliccheT)h ercoppaipin muileann 
cpia miopBuiliB T)e, acuf bepaicch 50 po §a15 an cpuitnecc 
•Daoin leir, acup an coipce Don leiuh oile ^an cumapcc mine 
DiB pop apaile amail ap pollap ma Berhai'S ma lengcop 
mopan DpepraiB, acup do miopBuiliB. 

1 Ros-raithe, The later hand adds here, "6 Rof Pacrna, M. T.," meaning that the 
Mart, of Tallaght reads, " of Ros-Fachtna." The gloss over the name Cuachnat in the 
Brussels MS. of the Mart of O'Gorman, is 6j;, oc Roy^ Raiche, " virpn, of Rous Raithe;** 
and the Mart TamL, in the same MS., has Crtmchitat^ oc Rom Fachtnn — *' Cruachnat, at 
Ros Fachtna." There is therefore some confusion. (T.) 



Modhomhn6g, of Tioprat Fachtna, in the [south] west of Osraighe. 

He was of the race of Eoghan, son of Niall. 
CUACHNAT, Virgin, of Ros-raithe.* 
Ermen,^ Virgin. 


FiONAN, of Druim-neoid. He was of the race of Brian, son of 
Eochaidh Muighmhedhoin. 

14. C. sexto decimo kal. martii. 14. 


Mainchein, of Moethail.* 

Sineach, of Srath. 

15. D. QuiNTO decimo kal, martii. 15. 

Berach, Abbot, of Cluain Coir|)the in Connachta. He was of the 
race of Dobhtha, who is of the posterity of Brian, son of Eo- 
chaidh Muighmhedhoin ; and Fioninaith, sister of Cruimhther 
Fraech of Cluain Coninaicne, in Muinter-Eolais, was his mother. 
When he was a disciple to Bishop Daigh, son of Cairell, Daigh 
sent him to a certain mill in Magh Muirtheimhne with a sack of 
wheat to grind it, and he found a woman and a boy of the people 
of the territory before him at the mill, they having with them 
a sack of oats to grind it ; and Berach asked of them their turn 
of the mill, but they did not give it to him, and they put toge- 
ther the oats and the wheat into the mill, and a division was 
made between them in the mill through the miracles of God 
and of Berach, so that the wheat was on one side and the oats 
on the other side without the admixture of the meal of the one 
with that of the other, as is evident in his life, in which many 
miracles and signs are read of 

The later hand notes here, in Roman characters, " Videtur esse quam Marianus 
hoc die Emengildam vocat.*' (T.) 

* CaomAam. The later hand adds, " Sed M. Taml. CommanoB." (T.) 

* MoetkaU, The more recent hand adds, " Com sociis." — Mart. TamL But the Brussels 
IIS. of the Mart. Taml. reads <* Cum socib suis.'' (T.) 


50 pelme na Mccointi MenetiNacti. [febb. 17. 

peRStlCCS, mac OCe-ba. 

poRCCtiMCCM, mac CCe'oa. pajiaiindn mac Cuinii, mic Col^an, 

mic CCo'&a, mic pionTiba]\p, mic 6o§ain, mic 'Meill,'oo |iei|i 

bediai'D papannain, cap. 1. 

'Cabaip raijie nac 'oon 'oeicneaBafi mac "do Bi o^ &o§ain 


16. e. c|iicjcrt:o "Deciino cal. idccrt^h. 16. 

Q^eT) ^La6, eppcop, Rafa na nOppcop. 
CCeti^licc^, eppcop. 
Roibtie, abb. 

17. p. "ceROO "oecimo cal. niccRni. 17. 

potiN'CCCiti, mac ^c^iBpeine, mic Copcpam, mic G^achT)ach, abb 
Cluaiia bOrbneach a Laoi^ip. T)o fliote Ooca^a pnn pua6 
Tiaipr 6 pf uil bpi^iu T)0|X)m. ba m6p abfcainerif an tA naom 
Pionnram, aitiail af pollap ap an pan'OfO : — 

ponnram pial, [ponnram pat] 
\h po rhomail pe a p^ piamh 
CCcc apan eopna peT)ha, 
CCcuf uifcce cp^'oa cpia-o. 

CC'oeip peinleaBap po ao]^a mempuim ma bppiu TTlapuaplaic 
TTIaoilepuain 'Canilacua, acu]^ mopan ele rpacrap ap naomaiC 
na hBpenn, 50 paiBe co]*mailef bep, acup berai'B ag ponn- 
can Cluain hei-onech ppimcenn manac na hGpenn pe bene- 
'oicrup cenn manac na bOoppa. 
CORpniccc, eppcop, CCto T3puim 1 iLaeJaipe, acup comapba 
Pax^paicc. puineacr, in^en TTlaoilepicpig, mic T)ioma, mic 
Colmain, a maraip. CC^ T>\ 496. 

1 Aedh. The later hand adds here, ** Sed secundum Mariannm et M. Taml. didtor mac 
GCon^ura.** *^But according to M. O'Gorman and the Mart TamL he is called son of 
Aengus." (T.) ^ 

B Fomnn^n. The later hand has written in the margin n., i.e., Nota. The Irish MS. do 
not give Fionnbar as one of the sons of Eoghan. The only authority for this genealogy it 
the Latin Life of S. Forannan, published by Colgan, at 15 Febr. This is the meaning of 
the concluding clause, beginning " Take notice." (T.) 

''^ Atiiyhoi. The later hand adds, ^' Sed secundum M. Taml. hie fuit episcopus Hon&a tia 


Ferqhas, son of Aedh.' 

FoRANNAN,* son of Aedh. Farann^ son of Conn, son of Colga, 

son of Aedh, son of Fionnbarr, son of Eoghan, son of Niall, 

according to the life of Farann^, chap. 1. 

Take notice that Fionnbarr was not of the ten sons that 

Eoghan had. 


Aedh Glas, Bishop, of Rath na n-Epscop. 
Aenghas,' Bishop. 
Rotbne, Abbot. 


Fionntain, son of Gaibhreine, son of Corcran, son of Eochaidh, 
abbot of Cluain-eidhneach in Laoighis. He is of the race of 
Eochaidh Finnfuathairt from whom was Brighit. Great was the 
abstinence of this holy Fionntain, as is evident in this verse : — 

" Fionntain, the generous, [Fionntain the generous*] 
He never ate during his time 
But bread of barley corn, 
And water of earthy clay." 

A very ancient vellum book, in which is foimd the Martyrology 
of Maelruain, of Tamhlacht, and many other things which treat 
of the saints of Erin, states that Fionntain, of Cluain-heidhnech, 
chief head of the monks of Erin, in his manners and life resem- 
bled Benedictns, head of the monks of Europe. 
CoRMAC, Bishop, of Ath Truim in Laeghaire, and successor of 
Patrick. Fuineacht, daughter of Maelfithrigh, son of Dioma, 
son of Colman, was his mother. A,D. 496. 

Tiep>oc Bomcro ^ CCongtiY* Laimhicyoan efipoc 6 Hdit na ney^poc, acuy* acd ayx 
fVtotc bivepnt btwc 6 bpiiiliT) OiTfiai^e." " Bat, according to the Mart, of Tallaght, 
this was the biahop of Rath-na-nespoc Perhaps he was Aengns Laimhiodhan, bishop of 
Rath-mi-nespoc, and he was of the race of Bresal Brec from whom descend the Osraighe." 

* The genenrnt. The metre requires the repetition of these words, which are therefore 
added in brackets. In lines of this structure it is the custom of Irish scribes to write the 
words bat once. (T.) 

£ 2 

52 veil Re Mcc Mccomti NenenNCccTi. [febr, 19. 

OSSCCtJ, epixiob, o Rairli Oi^^ain, ppi hCCzh T\iU\vf\ ania]i. CC^ 

T>\ C86. T)o j^liochr; Lao^cniie tinic Meill t)6. 
Roibwe, ep]X5ob. 
T)OCTlONtlcc, mac O'ohfiain. 
TTllO'oTltl, mac pacr^na. 
timacTi, T)tia:t4CCiRe, mac Cuanach, o T)oi|ie tujiaiti i tiUUroitl. 

T)o fiol Colla Uaif ai|iT)]ii Ofienn t)0. T)aiieftca, fiuji pa- 

rjiaic, a marai|i. Gpfcop e Beof. 
bnelcccll, mac prhclieallai^h. 

18. '5. 'ouo'oecimo cat niccHT:ii. 18. 

fleni, Gp]xob, "Dfioma beyirach. 

T)conel, epfcob, Chnin ^ajia-oh, OCo T>\ 659. 

0CeN5tia«, epfcob, T)fioma Rara. T)o cenel e^o^ain mic Weill 


Ul'DtlRlM, T)|ioma T)|iefa. 

molioba, 6 enach Olci in lliB each-Bach lllaT)h. 

tcc^SCCR, o^h, 6 ^liii'o me-feoin. CCrd tafaiji in§en pefiga^a t)o 

pliocx tae^aifie mic Weill. 

19. OC. ini'oecimo cccl. tticcrtcii. 19. 

bccol'CtlfMj epfcop, mac Ciianach 6 'Ci^h baoirhin 1 nCCijireach 
Cotiiiacx:, no 1 niajirafi TTli-be. T)o fliocx On'oa mic Weill do. 
Caomnar: do T)dl mbiiachalla do tlllroil5 a maraifi. 

mccol'DObtlORCOM, epixiop, Chille Dayxa, CCo T)\ 708. 

WucroTicc, epvcop. 

T)CTn'5Ti, mac Wenuaill, ep^^op. 

peicTilM, mac Via Chaniche, 6 temmai^h. 

O'otlRCCW, 'Chijie CConai^h. 

meic riemtiMcall. 

1 Ftichtna, The more recent hand adds, '*M. Taml. addit. juxta Sligeach." "The M. 
Taml, addf», near Sligo,'' [oc SligiT)]. (T.) 


OssAN, Bishop, of Rath Ossain, to the west of Ath Truim. A.D. 
686. He was of the race of Laeghaire, son of Niall. 

RoiBNE, Bishop. 

DocHONNA, son of Odhran. 

MiODHU, son of Fachtna.^ 

LuRACH, of the Poems, son of Cuana, of Doire Lurain in Uladh. 
He was of the race of Colla Uais, monarch of Erin. Darerca, 
sister of Patrick, was his mother. He was also a bishop. 

Brelach, son of Fithcheallach. 


Nem, Bishop, of Drum-Berthach.* 

Daniel, Bishop, of Cenn-Garadh, A,D. 659. 

Aenghas, Bishop, of Drum-Ratha. He was of the race of Eoghan, 

son of NialL 
UiDHRiN, of Drum-dresa. 
MoLiOBA, of Enach Elti in Ui-Eachadh-Uladh. 
Lassar, Virgin, of Glerm-medh6in. There is a Lasair, daughter 

of Fergus, of the race of Laeghaire, son of Niall. 



Baoithin, Bishop, son of Cuana of Teach Baoithin in Airteach of 
Cormacht, or in the west of Midhe. He was of the race of 
Enda, son of Niall. Caomhnat, of Dal Buachalla of the Ullta, 
was his mother. 

Maoldobhorchon, Bishop, of Cill-dara, A.D. 708. 

NuADA, Bishop. 

Daigh, son of Nenuaill, Bishoj). 

Fechin, Mac Ua Chainche, of Lemniacli. 

Odhran, of Tir-aonaigh. 

The Sons of Nemhnall. 

8 Drum-berthach. The later hand notes here, (feu "Diioin be^ifa Icnrii le C*(un- 
aiinur : *' There is a I>rom-l>ertha along side of Ceanannus [Kells]." (T.) 

54 v^iHe Mcc Ncconrti iieneMMacTi. [febr. 22. 

20. b. "oecinio cccL. mccurii. 20. 

bolcccfi, ep]H:op. 

CoIbcc, mac Via T)uineach'oa .i. pe|ilei§inn Cluana mic "Moif. 
1fe T)o |ii§ne an ^ne efinaiigre 'oa Ti^oijirefi 8^ab CfuxBai'B. 
If cui^e cainic Pol apfrol "oa OT^allaim, acuf "oa coBaiji ifin 
fligi-fe 5U|i §a15 a uei5 liiit5a|i a TTloin cijie an di|i, acuf ape 
T)o ra^ai]! rafi a cenn \ie fgoil Cluana mic Moif, acuf a Toeifi 
an piiolo^Uf, no an fieThpocal ara jioirh an uiinai^ue fin, 
gufibo naoth, ^iifbo faccafx:, acuf pifbo f^iBneoin tk) 
naomhaibh 6|ienn an Col^a fo, euc CCcuf vo ^eiBief Col^a 
naoTh, acuf a ^emealac a|i fliocx T)ar;hi, mic piat|\ac mic 
Bac-feac TTluistne'Doin, acuf ^omafe e an Col^a fo e. 

CnONCCN. CCra Cjxondn, mac OCongufa aji fliocu "Dcrchi, mic 
Pacpac, mic Gac-bac TTlui§me'5oin. 

21. C. nono cocl. niccnni. 21. 

pOliMrcaN CouctcTi, efpoc, Cluana pepra b|iGnainn, acuf a 

cCluain 8iT)hnecli axra Beof. 
Colmccw, 6 CCfT)-b6 pop bp{i tocha Oachach in UlroitS. 
Cronocii, Cille bicce. 

22. T). ocrcaio cccL mccTncii. 22. 

TTlaolbTlisTl'De, mac T)of nam, comapba par^p aicc acuf Cholaim 
Cille. pep Idn t)0 pa£ "Oe, acuf lefcap neccna, acuf neolaif 
a aimfipe. "Oo Cenel Conaill ^u^ban mic Weill v6. 8aep- 
laii in^en CuileBaiu mic baoi^aile a maiaip. CC^J T)\ 925. 

pecTiiM, faccapr. 

mccolcai, CCchai-b ^oBpa. 

Ccconicai, ITlinge mac 'oo'oon. 

^ Ihiinechda. Tho later hand inserts hero, '' Marian, vocat (^ao?ou/' "Marian. O'Cior- 
man trails him Caoh-hu." But in the Brussels MS. of M. ()'(iorman, as copied by Mr. 
Curry, the name is written Colchti, (T.) 



BoLCAN, Bisbop. 

CoLOA, Mac Ua Duinechda,' i.e., Lector of Cluain-mao-nois. It 
was he that composed the kind of prayer called the Scuab 
Crabhaidh.* It was to him Paul the Apostle came to converse 
with him^ and to help him on in his road, and he took his 
satchel of books at M6in-tire-an-dir, and it was he that pleaded 
for him to the school of Cluain-mic-Nois ; and the prologue or 
preface which is before that prayer states that this Colga was a 
saint, was a priest, and was a scribe of the saints of Erin, &c. 
And there is a Saint Colga, with his pedigree, among the race of 
Dathi, son of Fiachra, son of Eochaidh Muidhmhedhnin, and he 
may perhaps be this Colga. 

CRONiN. There is a CVondn, son of Aenghus, among the race of 
Dathi, son of Fiachra, son of Eochaidh Muidhmhedhoin. 

21. C. NONO KAL. MARTIL 21. 

FlONTAiN CORACH, Bishop, of Cluain-ferta-Brenainn ; and he is at 

Cluain-eidhnech, also. 
CoLMAN, of Ard-b6, on the margin of Loch Eachach in Ulster. 
Cronan, of Cill Beg. 


Maelbriohde, son of Doman, successor of Patrick and of Colum 
CiUe ; a man fuU of the grace of God, and a vessel of the wisdom 
and knowledge of his time. He was of the race of Conall 
Qidban, son of Niall. Saerlaith, daughter of Cuilebaith, son of 
Baothghal, was his mother. A.D. 925. 

Fechin, Priest. 

MaolIn, of Achadh Gobhra. 

Caomhan, of Magh macdodon.' 

* Scuab Crabhaidh, Tliat is, the "Besom or Broom, of Devotion." S<*e Col^an, Acta 
SS., p. 878. (T.) 

* Macdodom. The later hand adds here, 3f. Tainh roiuit iniitj;e llleinioice: " Hic 
Mart, of Taml. says he is of Maj^h Mcnuoite." (T.) 

5t) velme na uccomh neneunac^). [febr. 26. 

tniCOllCCbTKCiR, o Hiiiii 'opoichir, acuf 'oeipt5fiU]i 7)0 beapac 
Cluaiia Coifipre a cCotincicraiB, a cCeneL T)oBf a "do fonnpa'5 
i^^'oe, acuf clann t)o MeaThnainn mac €CiTliip§iTi icro, acup 7)0 
fliocx bpiaiii mic Bac-bac 11111151x16-50111 "ooib, acup ponnrtiair 
"DeipCi^up vo Cpuimiep Ppaoc o Cluani ConniaicTie a TTluiiimp 
Oolaip a nioraip apaoii. 

JtlHmtl, in§eii Coii^aela. 

23. &. sepomo cal. incaiT:ii. 23. 

poMtichcroliccii, riCCpT)a. 
mccMiKCM acuf Tucti, CCipiu'D huipu 
BMum Cixss, leir§liiiiie. 
CHuniirTieR Commcccli. 
iNset^cc CCeM5luici8. 

24. p. 8exro cal. 11100101. 24. 

Cinnniieitl potni, mac Oiinani, mic pacna, abb 1a Choluim 
Chille, -DO cenel cConaill ^ulban nnc fleill 7)6, CC9 T)\ 668. 
[T)o i^piotj bera Colmm Cille 134 t)0 caib-oiliT), -oianob rup. 
ItenV. abbap ex: plupmiopum parep cenobiopuiTi.] 

heise, CCipiT)h poDa. 

ClCCRCCN, Uartia. 

25. 'g. quitiro cccl. inccHrn. 25. 

CiccMCCti, abb. 

Ccconi1i8CC, o^h. 

CH6iNe, 65, 6 'Caiiililacxa. 

26. CC. cfucoiro cccl. idcchoi. 26. 

CC 6*0111511, mac CammaiTi, abb, Cliiana mic lloip, CC<? T>\ 651. 
Cuotucri, 7^ in Tie ao]H(. 

1 Gtunrach. The later hand inhls hero, in Koni.iu t'hanicters. ''<// Ard/i." (T ) 
' Cohimman. The later hand adds, "iSV/ J/. 7'. rrt«*rtM^»bM(m."' " Uut the Mart, nf 
Tanil. calls h'nn Coln'dn." (T.) 


MiODHABHAiR, of Eiim-droicliit, and she was sister to Bearach of 
Cluain-Coirpthe in Connachta, exactly in Cinel Dobhtha ; and 
they were the children of Neamnann, son of Aimhirgin, and 
they were of the race of Brian, son of Eochaidh Muighmhedhoin, 
and Fionnmaith, sister to Crniinhther Fraech, of Cluain Con- 
maicne in Muintir-Eolais, was the mother of both. 

GuRNiN, daughter of Cughaela. 


FionnchadhXn, of Ard. 

Mannan, and Tian, of Airiudh h-Uird. 

Ernin Cas, of Leithghlenn. 

Cruimhther Connrach.* 


The Daughters of Aenghus. 

24. f. sexto kal. martii. 24. 

Cuimmein Fionn, son of Eman, son of Fiachna, abbot of la-Clioluim 
Chille. He was of the race of Conall Giilban, son of Niall, A.D. 
668. [He wrote^ the Life of Colum Cille in 1 34 chapters, which 
begins, " Ven*. abbas et plurimorum pater coenobiorum."] 

Helse, of Airidh-foda. 

CiARAN, of Uamh. 


ClANAN, Abbot. 

Caomhsa, Virgin. 

Croine, Virgin, of Tamhlachta. 


Aedlugh, son of Cammdn, Abbot, of Cluain-mic-Nois, A.D. 651. 
Cronan, of Glenn-aosa. 

' He fcrott. The word?* within brackets are in the later hand, iife K (»lp'in: Tr. Th. p. 
325. (T.) 

68 pelme net nccomh neneuuocch. [febr, 28. 

becccw, "Dall, Cinn ]Mile. 

'Calmccctl. CC'oeifi be6a baifi|ie, cap. 10, 50 rruc 'Calmac a 
£eall "00 T)ia acuf 7)0 baifi|ie, oi|i baoiputti a|i fcoil baiixjxe 
1 itoc 1|ice, acuf mefaim ^ujiab e fo an "CalTnac fin. Wo ife 
an 'Calmac ara 14 TTla|i7:, oifi ni paicim t)o lucu a ccoihanma 
aCu laT) a]\aon. 

27. b. 1:6^1:10 cat. mccR'cii. 27. 

Commcci^ mac tia 'Cheimne. 

Cotti'dTiccij, [.1. T)ia|imai'D], 5^inne huin^en, mac "Diapma'oa 

mic T)e§a'5, tk) fliocr: Cofibmaic Caif, mic Oililla OLuim ; 

acuf e^ne in§en pei'5limi'5 mic dsefinaig a maiaifi. 

28. C. pm'oie cccl. mccROi. 28. 

8l0lLcctl, maipxTifi, abb bennchai|i tlLa^, acuf comafiba Coiti- 

^aill, OCnno 606. 
T)iocTlUilL, mac niaolT)ui15, in CCifiiu-b-muilu pofi Loc 6ifine. 

1 Maonna, The more recent hand adds in the margin Oona But this name does not 
occur in any of the other Martyrologies. Perhaps it is intended to suggest the original 
name from which Afaorma, Le., Mo-Odna, is formed. (T.) 

s DiarmaicL The words within brackets are written as a gloss, but in the original hand, 
over the name Comdhan, (T.) 


Began, the Blind, of Ceann-saile. 



Talmach. The Life of Barre states, chap. 10, that Talmach gave 
his church to God and to Barre ; for he was at Barre's school 
at Loch Irce, and I think that this is that Talmach. Or he is 
the Talmach who is of the 14th March, for I see of the same 
name but these only. 

27. B. tertio kal. martil 27. 

CoMMAN, Mac Ua Theimhne. 

CoMDHAN, [i.e., Diarmaid,*] of Glenn- Uissen, son of Diarmaid, 

son of D^hadh, of the race of Cormac Cas, son of Oilill Oluim ; 

and Ethne, daughter of Feidhlimidh, son of Tighemach, was his 



SiOLLiOf, Master, Abbot of Beiinchair-Uladh, and successor of 

Comghall, A.D. 606. 
DiocHUiLL, son of Maoldubh, of Airiudh-muilt on Loch Eime. 

^Moktuma. The Mart TamL seems to identify this saint with Siollan or Sillan, of 
Bangor. Its words are, TTlopnii mac .h. fninT) o. Silldn abb bencai|v: **Mo8ina, 
son of Hua liind, Le., Sillan, abbot of Bangor." Mosiona (or MoshUmck, as the name 
ought to be written above,) is not mentioned in the other Calendars. (T.) 

60 pelme ncc Maomti NeHewMacli. [march 2. 

1. r). ca:leNT)i8 mocRrn. i. 

8eMCCM, Inp Ccrchai^. T)o fliocu Caifib|ie bcqx^aoin mic Con- 
aijie cnca, vo fiol Gi|ierti6iTi 'd6. CCra peil eile vo Sewdx) 8 
TTlaiiua, acu afi fo peil a ecca, "oo fiei|i CCongufa. 'Cui^qi 
an Til ceT)Tia a]^ beiaiT) Sendin an ran laByiaf a|i a ecc- 

TTICCOlMearNN, eppoc, Cluana pejira bfienainn. 

bao'CCCN, mac Ua Co|ibniaic, abb Cluana mic Noif, CCo T)\ 663. 

8CJCRCCN, eapfcop. 

Ccci88iM, mac Wemdin. CCra Caipn vo T)dl mbuain ord a|i 
fliocr 6oca^a mic Hluiiie'Da, ard tk) fioL Oi|iiom6in. 

Colum, Cinn ^afiaDh. 

euotUy mac MifT^. 

2. e. sexco NONCcs Tnccrncii. 2. 

pen^MCC bni'C'C, mac pailbe, epfcop, acuf abb la Cholaim CiUe 
e -pof. X>o cenel cConniU ^ulban, mic Weill t)0, 0C<? T)\ 622. 

ttl5tlcnT)Tl, faccafir. 

TTlONTXrti, faccajir. 

Cucctl CCCOIW, mac 'Ci5e|inai§ mic Pep^utxi, vo cenel cConaill 
^ulban, mic Weill 7)6. 


Slebtiewe, mac Con§aile, vo cenel ^Conaill ^ulban, mic Weill, 
ab la, T)e5 762. 

^ Aetifjhus. Or rather, according to the Schl>Iia^t oii Acn^us, whojse wonls are *'<>l»itus 
est m hoc die." (T.) 



Senan, of Inis-Cathaigh. He is of the race of Cairbre Bascaoin, 
son of Conaire, who was of the posterity of Heremon. There is 
another festival to Senin on the 8th of March, but this is the 
festival of his death, according to Aenghus.^ The same thing 
is understood from the Life of Sendn when it speaks of his death. 

Maoineann, Bishop, of Cluain-ferta-Brenainn. 

Baotan, Mac Ua Corbmaic, abbot of Cluain-mic-Nois, A.D. 663. 

Saran, Bishop. 

Caissin, son of Nem&L There is a Caisin of the Dal Buain, who 
is of the race of Eochaidh, son of Muiredh, of the posterity of 

CoLUM, of Ceann Garadh. 

Enan, Mac Nissi.^ 


Fergna Britt, son of Failbhe, Bishop ; and he was also abbot of 
la Coluim Cille. He was of the race of Conall Gulban, son of 
Niall, A.D. 622. 

LuGHAiDH, Priest. 

Montan, Priest. 

CuAN Caoin, son of Tighemach, son of Fergus, of the race of 
Conall Gulban, son of Niall. 


Slebhene, son of Conghal, of the race of Conall Gulban, son of 
Niall, abbot of la, died 762. 

^ Afac Nisti, The Mart TamL distinguishes Enan and Mac Nissi, but M. O'Gonnan, 
IS explained by the gloss, makes them one and the <«ame. (T.) 

62 pelme uoc nocomh nene^nnaci\. 

3. p. qtiiwro Mowaa mccR'cii. 3. 

TnotlSCCCCncc, abb Cluana hei-Bneach ilLaoigif, acuf o 'Cig 
8acfia 1 pail 'Camlacua, acuf 6 ponn-tnaish i pPorhajicoiB. 

Cele CuiST^, epjxjop, o Chill Cele Cjiifc i nUibh *Ouncha^ i 
pPorhajiraiB i taigniB. "Do cenel Oogoin mic Weill T)6. 

CowctiRCCi'Dti, epfcop. 

COMwa, 65h. CCca Corwab in^en Colmain aji fliofo Laelonpe 
mic Weill. 


CilleM, 1nfe TDoimle. 

tn 0*01110111600. "Do geibreji 1 mberhaiT) boijifve, cap. 10, 50 
lUxiBe TTloT)iom6cc afi fgoil ai^e a Loch Ipce, acuf 5U|i 
eaDbai|i a cill "do T)ia, acuf vo baifipe 1 mbirh •Difle. 

T)eocticciM Recce. 

moctiua, Cluana T)o15ra. 

pa:ctiT:MCC, o C|ie Bice. 

pccoilean'O, in^en CCo'&a, •oeifitSfiufi do Cholga, mac CCo6a 6 Chill 

Col^an ag (Xz clioi TTle7))[iai§e a cConnafraiB, acup vo flioCt; 

T)arhi mic pacjiac doiB, acup Cuillenn ainm a matoyi. 

4. '^. quccRro Mowas mccRT^ii. 4. 

piLip, eapfcop, Cluana bainB. 
muiciN, 6 mhaigin. 

5, CC- T:etiT:io wowaa mccRrii. 5. 

CiccHCCM, 8ai^e, epfcop ez conpepfop. CCp plio£r CCongupa 
Opaipge ar^ct, ap pliocr LaBpa-Ba tuipc, 6 bpailic Laigni^ 
Qcup acd DO piol eiper1i6in, do Ciapdn. OCcup tiuen ainm a 

1 Moksaccra. Read Moshacra. (T.) 

s Fotharta, The MS. has i p|X)TVcaib, a mere clerical error, which has therefore beer 



MoHS ACCRA,' Abbot, of Cluain-eidhneach in Laoighis, and of Tigh 

Sacra, in the vicinity of Tamlacht, and of Fionn-mhagh in 

Cele-Christ, Bishop, of CiU-Cele-Christ in XJi-Dunchadha in 

Fotharta* in Leinster. He was of the race of Eoghan, son of 



CoNNA, Virgin. There is a Condath, daughter of Cohnan, of the 
race of Laeghaire, son of NialL 


CiLLEN, of Inis Doimle. 

MoDHiOMOG. It is found in the Life of Barre, chap. 10, that 
Modhiom6g was at school with him [i.e. with Barre] at Loch Irce, 
and that he offered his church to God and to Barre in perpetuity. 


Deochain Reat.' 

MocHUA, of Cluain Dobhtha. 

Fachtna, of Cr6 Beg. 

Faoileann, daughter of Aedh, sister of Colga, son of Aedh of 
C511 CJolgan at Athcliath Meadhraighe in Connachta, and they 
were of the race of Dathi, son of Fiachra, and Cuillenn was the 
name of their mother. 


Philip, Bishop, of Cluain Bainbh. 
Muicm, of Maighin. 


ClARAN, of Saighir, Bishop and Confessor. Ciaran is of the race 
of Aenghus Osraighe, who is of the posterity of Labhraidh 
Lore, fix)m whom are the Leinstermen, and who is of the seed 

corrected in the text. Bnt perhaps the true reading ia, i pPocaificaib aifititi tipe, i 
laisnib. (T.) 
* lUat : Le., Reat, the Deacon. (T.) 

64 pelme mcc Maomti MeReNNacti. [march g. 

mcrfati T)o fieifi a ber;hai'& pein, cap. 21. OCf T)ifiiTne ma 
TiT)efina T)ia TypefiraiB, acuf miofiBuiliB qfiiT) if na ralman- 
naiB. CCfe no pufiaile^ pofi na clocaib lafa^ la tnnpe^ -oia 
atiail. If e pof vo fi^tie laf^, mil, acuf ola, T)on be^dn -peola 
in ainififi in r|ioi]^e an can cainic bfienainn Oifi|iae, actif 
Ciafian Cluana "oa ionnixxi§ea'& if af cuaifc, artiail af folUxf 
ma berhai-B, maille fie hiomar miofbuile eile. T)o biot i 
nT)a15ai§ f iiaf ui]^e 50 mmic af f ef c an Comi'fie T)ia bpo^noD. 
CCfe no cei^e-B ^uf in caffaic mafia fio bui e-oh cian pofi 
muifi air a mboi a Buime .1. Coca, ^an lum^ ^an echafi, actif 
no ncce-B rafi a aif "oo fii-Bif^, arriail af follaf ma berhai-B 
pem, cap. 19. Lr. bba'fiam ap rpi cev a aoif an ran fio pai-B 
a f^ipar:. *Oo aram Ciapdn a coimnonol "oo T)ia acuf vo 
Caprac. bera Ciapam, cap. 34. 

CC-oeip f emleabap po aopoa meampaim arhail a "oubpamap 
a^ bpi^ir 10 pebp., 50 paiBe Ciapan 8ai^pe co]^ail a 
mbepaiB aciif a mberhaiT) pe Clemenp papa. 

CcCR'Clicccti, ep]XJop, -oalra Ciapam 8ai§pe. ba -oia BailnB 
*Opuim peprain, acup a cCaipppe Ua Ciap'fia crca *Optiifn 
pepram, acup ip leip Imp Uacraip pop Loch 8ileann, acup 
Cill Capiai^ 1 'Cip bo^hame 1 cCenel Conaill. TTlac T>OCon- 
^up, mac Na'op^iaoic pi TTluman, ei]^um, ere. 

6. b. pui'Die woMccs ma:RT:ii. 6. 

TTltiaroccM, epfx^op, o Chapn pupbaiT)he. CCT)eip beta boipfie, 
cap. 18, 50 fiaibe TTluaDan 6 CCill Nuaicm ap P1501I ag baipfie 
1 cCopcai§ maille pe hiomar ele naorti, acup ^up eaDbaippioo 
uile laD pem, acup a ccealla vo T)ia acup "oo bappa ; acup 
mepaim pipab e po no an TTluaT)an aca 30 CCu^. aDeifi, 6ip tn' 
pa|aim ace laT) va nanmannaib ip in TTlapraplaic. 

1 Lduen. This is probably a clerical error for LiT>uen, le., Leduin, Leduina, or Liadain, 
the name ^ren in the Kilkenny MS. of his Life, as printed by Colgan, Actt. SS, p. 458 
and App. c. 2, p. 472. (T ) 


of Heremon. And Liuen* was the name of his mother, accord- 
ing to his own Life, chap. 21. Countless were the signs and 
miracles which God performed on earth throiigli him. It was 
he that used to order the stones to kindle with a puff of his 
breath. It was he also that made fish, honey, and oil, of the 
Uttle bit of meat in the time of the fast, when Brenainn of Birr 
and Ciaran of Cluain came on a visit to him, as appears from 
his Life ; together with many other miracles. He used to be 
often [immersed] in a vat of cold water for the love of the Lord 
whom he served It is he that used to go to the sea rock that 
was far distant in the sea, (where his nui^e, i.e., Coca, was), with- 
out ship or boat, and used to return again, as appears from his 
own Life, chap. 19. Sixty years and three hundred was his 
age when he yielded his spirit. Ciaran dedicated his congrega- 
tion to God and to Carthach. Life of Ciaran, chap. 34. 

A very ancient vellum old book, which we have mentioned 
at Brighit, 1st of Feb., states that Ciaran of Saighir was, in his 
manners and life, like unto Pope Clement. 
Carthach, Bishop, alumnus of Ciaran of Saighir. One of his 
places was Druim-fertain, and in Cairbre Ua Ciardha is Druim- 
fertain^; and to him belongs Inis Uachtair in Loch Sileann, 
and Cill Charthaigh in Tir-Boghaine in Cinel ConaiU. He was 
son of Aenghus, son of Nadfraech king of Munster, frc. 


MuADAN, Bishop, of Cam Furbaidhe. The Life of Barre, chap. 18, 
states that Muadan of Aill Nuaitin^ was at school imder Barre 
at Corcach, together with many other saints, and that they all 
offered themselves and their churches to God and to Barre, and I 
think that it is this, or the Muadan who is at 30th of August, it 
speaks of ; for I find but these two names^ in the Martyrology. 

* Dmim-Jeriain, The more recent hand adds ^* no PexiT)aitti, T. ;" meaning that the 
ICari. TamL readB JDruimrferdamh. (T.) 

*AiU Nuaitm. So in the MS., but perhaps we should read Aill Muaidin, (T.) 

* Names: i.e., I find but these two of the name. (T.) 


6G v^tiHe Mcc Mcconiti rieReMMcccti. [march 6. 

CcnnpRe CROni, (mac peficrbai^, mic tii^ac, mic Dallain, mic 
bpefoil, mic TTldine moifi, a quo I1i TUdme, vo fliocr Colla 
T)a c|iioc azd vo fiol Bifiemoin,) epi"*cop Cluana mic 1101]% 
ceiiT) cfiabai'D etimoifi ©penn ina fie. CCf "do fio roifbencrb 
VpiT^or: TTlaoilfGchlainn mic TTlaelpuanai'& pi epenn. CCon 
"DO lo "Dia mbol ace epnai§ce a aenap ina pecclep lep ne^^ 
papram, conaca in n'oeilB ciopT)Ui15 ina "oochom 50 po j^paim 
ina pia-onaipi. Ho piappai'& an reppcop cuich 6. CCciip 
apbeprpom ^iip bo he pein TTlaoilpeclainn mac THaolpuan- 
ai-B, aciip po innip ^ac eapnail peine po ^eibeT)h 1 pupgorxdip, 
acup an pochann ap po pianna e pein, actip a anmchapa 1 
Pup^aroip, acup a pcela apcena. T)(ila an eppcoip "ono, po 
^ab a^ ^abail 6ccnaipce an pi§. CCcup po popdil pop na 
paccapraitS ^ui'&e ap in paccapr T)ia ialSaipt: a pianaiB, acup 
50 n^ui'&pe'oh pein pop an pi§. *Oo ponivxc amlai-B ap gac 
leir 50 cenn leirh blia^na. T)ia mboi Caipppe ina epnai§ce, 
1 cern) na p6e pin, conaca in pi chuicce, acup e lei^Bpec, acup 
rucc a Bui'-be ppip an eppcop ina n'oepna apa pon, acup po 
^ui'fie e con'oepnaiT) an cc6t;na co cenT) leirhblia'Bna oile. 
*Oo ponpat: T)in, rpe'&an acup epnai^i T)iocpa, acup almpana 
mionca co cenT) leirblia'&na aile ; acup rdinic in pi^ 1 nT>el!S 
polupca ina "oochom, acup xius a tSui'oe ppip an eppcop 
naortira an "oo pome, acup po innip vo ^o pacha* T>o£um nirhe 
an Id pin, acup an paccapr ap na mdpac ; acup po piappai'B 
Coipppe ci-B poDepa eipium poime. CCcbepr an pi jupbo he 
uaiple a epnaig€e pium, acup rpeipi a araich peach na pac- 
capraiB 1. "oa paccapr '5e^ bdrxap 1 cCluain mic Woip cm 
lonbai-B pin, ere 
[CC*? T>\ 1022. 4 Nonap Beprembpip t:ea]^a THaoilpeaSluinn.] 

1 Head. Colgan has given a translation of the whole of this account of Cairbre Crom, 
AcU. SS. p. 508. (T.) 

s Church* The word here used to signify church is Regies^ ecclesia regularis, or abba- 
tialis; it generally signifies a church specially devoted to burialn. (T.) 

' Hal/-$p€ckled, Colgan explains this to mean that one half of the spectre appeared 
shining as if in glory, the other half black as before, to intimate that the deliverance of the 
king was but half effected: — "Rex apparuit fulgentem media ex parte, ex altera atram, 
ut prius, proferens speciem." Ubi mpm. (T.) 


Cairpre Crom, (son of Feradhach, son of Lughaidh, son of Dalian, 
son of Bresal, son of Main^ M6r, from whom descend the Ui- 
Main^, of the race of Colla-da-chrloch, who was of the jwsterity 
of Heremon), Bishop of Cluain-mic-Nois, head* of the religion 
of the greater part of Erinn in his time. It is to him was shown 
the spirit of Maelsechlainn, son of Maelruanaidh, king of Erinn. 
On a certain day, when he was prajring alone in his church* 
after vespers, he saw a coal-black figure coming towards him so 
that it stood in his presence. The Bishop asked who he was ? 
And he answered that he was Maelsechlainn, son of Maelruan- 
aidh, and he told him every kind of pain which he was suffering 
in Pulsatory, and the cause why he himself and his spiritual 
director were punished in Purgatory, and their stories in general. 
As to the bishop, he undertook to make intercession for the 
king ; and he ordered the priests to pray for the priest to bring 
him £rom pains ; and [said] that he would himself pray for the 
king. They did so, respectively, to the end of half a year. As 
Cairpre was at prayer, at the end of this period, he saw the king 
[coming] towards him and he half-speckled' ; and he returned 
thanks to the bishop for what he had done for him, and he im- 
plored of him to do the same to the end of another half year. 
They did so ; they fasted and prayed fervently, and gave frequent 
alms, to the end of another half year ; and the king came in a 
bright form towards him, and he returned thanks to the holy 
bishop for what he had done ; and he told him that he would 
go to Heaven on that day, and the priest on the next day ; and 
Cairpre asked why he should go before him [i.e., hefoi^e theprieaf]. 
The king said that it was owing to the excellence of his prayers 
and the superiority of his intercession to that of the priests, i.e., 
twelve priests, who were at Cluain-mic-Nois at that time, &c. 

[A.D. 1022, on the 4th of the Nones of September, Maelsech- 
lainn died.^] 

* Died, The claanc within brackets is added in the more recent hand ; but the date is 
wmag. The writer, by an oversight, has given the year and day on which Maelsechlainn 
II. died, not the year and day on which Maelsechlainn I. died. The true date is Tncmlay, 
30th Nov., 8Ca See OTUherty, Ogyg. p. 434, 436. (T.) 

F 2 

68 pelme ticc Mccointi MeRewMcccti. [march 8. 

TnccolHtlcnM, T)tiomina fiaidie. 

Tna:olT)ubli, mac bei\pain. 

UiStietlCC Lenim, 6 Chill m^en Leiniti, i nUiB bfiiuin Cualann, 
a LaigniB. ^Ofiui^en, Lm^en, Lincell, TTlacha, acuf Hiorriuach 
1 ccill na nin^en i tiUiB bfiiuin Cualann; clann teinine, mic 
gccnncon laDpeini .i. fearfia vo bin'sir, in^en Lenin, attiail a 
•DuBfia'B cena. 

btHSlT, in^en tenin, i cCill in^en Lenin in ui6 b|iitjiin Cualann. 
*Oo fliocu CCon^ayxi mic TTlo'fia Nua'oar "oi. 

7. C. wotia8 mccHOi. 7. 


meccCT^ccM, 6|:, o 'Cuaim CCrha. 
CcciRlOTCCtl, T)tionia Lafia. 
W eccsTOH. 

8. T). ocrccuo 1*0118 mccnrn. 8. 

SewcCM, epf^op, 1n]^ Carhai^h, mac S^fifipnn. T)o fliocr 
Conaifie mic TTlcxDa Lama t)o. CC^^e an 8enan fin fio raififin- 
p|i pariiaicc fiia na gem, an ran ran^arrati Cofica baifcinn 
rail Luimneach a ruai'fi "Dia fai^i-o "Dia mbaifccea^. OCcup 
arbefic parpaicc pfiiu co |iai15 ^ein amfia aca, 1 mbpoinn mna 
an ran fin, no baifCfe-B larc layixxain .1. 8endn. OCcuf fio 
rap f npf 50 n^eBcro 8enan in inif, amail fio comailleft lofi- 
Txain. CCf afe 8endn fo benT)ai^ Inif Carai§, acuf fo '&iocuifi 
eii^e an p6ifTx 6 po hainmni^e^ an inif .1. Cdrach, acuf no 
epcoi'Di^e'5 an pei]x "do '5aoinit5 acuf cerpaiB, conap laithe'b a 
hairpeaBa^ na a hdinuccaT) co rxdinic 8endn, amail crcd ma 

CCT)eip Cuimin CoinT)eipe ^up ^pd-Baig Sendn eapldmre tk) 
bei€ aip, lonnaf 50 paUarap 30 nnnep apa copp. CCcr: pbe 


Maelruain, of Dniim-raithe. 

Maeldubh, son of Berran. 

The Daughters of Leinin, of Cill-inghen-Leinin, in Ui-Briuin 
Cualann in Leinster. Druigen, Lnigen, Luicell, Macha, and 
Riomhtach, in Cill-na-ningen in Ui-Briuin-Cualann ; they were 
the children of Leinin, son of Gannchu, i.e., the sisters of Brighit, 
daughter of Leinin, as shall be said presently. 


Brighit, daughter of Leinin, at Cill-ingen-Leinin in Ui-Briuin- 
Cualann. She was of the race of Aenghus, son of Mogh Nuadhat. 



Meattan, Virgin, of Tuaim-atha. 
Cariotan, of Druim-lara. 


Senan, Bishop, of Inis-Cathaigh, son of Gerrginn. He was of the 
race of Conaire, son of Mogh-lamha. This is the Sendn whom 
Patrick foretold before his birth, when the Corco-Baiscinn came 
across the Luimneach from the north to him to ask to be bap- 
tized. And Patrick said to them, that there was an illustrious 
child among them then in a woman's womb, who should baptize 
them afterwards, i.e. Sendn. And he foretold that Sen^ would 
occupy the island, as was afterwards fulfilled ; for it was Sendn 
that blessed Liis-Cathaigh, and expelled from it the monster, 
from which the island was named, i.e., Catliach, and this mon- 
ster used to injure people and cattle, so that it durst not be 
inhabited or occupied until Sendn came, as is said in his life. 

Cuimin, of Coindeire, states that Sendn loved to have sick- 
ness upon him, so that there were thirty diseases on his body. 

70 pelme ua waomti NeueNMacti. [march 8. 

he an 8endn 'oon T)iaf ayi picic o^a bpuilir peilre a\wi laBfiann, 
o^fo Tnafi croeiii : — 

Cafiaif Sendn ffoft otafx ; 

TTlait 5a6 ipfieccp.a "oa |:fieacq\aib, 
T!4ifocha gdlafx ina co|ip, 
T)o baf) I6|x T)olc T)on epiai-o. 

beocce'Otl, epfcop, 6 CCp'Ochafina i cConnacrxxiB, CC? *0\ 523. 
T)o vbocr: Lu^Dac mic Ice -oofomh. CC'oeni Cumaoin Coin- 
•oeipe ceT)na i]^n "oan ceDna "oapab cuf " Capaif pdqiaicc 
puific TTlaca," 50 nsTidfcnJe^ beoaob ceaC naoi'be^ acuf nooh- 
nacal t)o €abai|iT: 'oon uile "buine. 0C:5fo mafi croeiti : — 

Cafiaif beoaot) botaighe 
Ria naoniaib Gfvenn uile, 
'Cec naoi'Decro acuf nobnacal 
T)o beip^ T)a gac n.T)tiine. 

LibeR, abb, CCcliai'b bo Caititii^h. 

WemticcM, T)aipinfi, epyxjop. 

Sicrotial, Chmnlacha, CC? T)l 794. 

COMCCM, Oaffa Huai-b. 

ClOCHCCM, poish-oe. 

moctlOMMCC, T)ai]ie. 

tnoctlOMMCC, 6a|Y« ^«c Oip.c. 

CnoMCDi, CCitiT)ne. 

molcnsi, mac CCe'Sa. 

eLsMicro, naomh. 

DenctlCClR'CtliMM, o Uaccap-difiT). *Oo fiol Colla Uaif, ai|iT)|ii 

Bfienn t)i. 
CtlRCacti. CCca Cupcach ingen ©nna, mic Copbmaic, ap pliocr 

Colla "od cpioc. 


^ Two-and- Ttoentjf. Colgan enumerates two-and-twenty saints of this name, with their 
festivals, AcU, 8.8.^ Append, ad Vitam S. Senani, c. 1, p. 537 (erroneously 541.) In the Index 
to the present work will also be found twenty-two of the nanie, with references t<i their 
festivals. (T.) 

* Lodging, Lit., " Stranger's house." (T.) 


But whichever Sen^ he means, of the two-and-twenty* who 
have festivals, this is what he says : — 

** Sen&n, noble invalid, loved, 

Grood was every answer of his answers ; 
To have thirty diseases in his body 
Which was enough of evil to this sage.** 

Beoaedh, Bishop, of Ardcama, in Connachta, A.D. 523. He was 
of the race of Liighaidh, son of Ith. The same Cuimin, of 
Coindeire, in the poem whose beginning is, " Patrick of great 
Macha loved," states that Beoaedh was accustomed to give 
lodging^ and gifts to every person. It is thus he says : — 

'* Beoaedh, the affectionate, loved. 
Before' all the saints of £rin, 
House of guests and presents, 
He gave to each person." 

LiBEB, Abbot, of Achadh-b6-Cainnigh. 

Neman, of Dairinis, Bishop. 

Sladhal, of Ceann-lacha, AD. 794. 

CoNAN, of Eas-RuaidL 

ClARAN, of Foighde. 

MocHONNA, of Daire. 

MoCHONNA, of Eas mac-n-Eirc. 

Cronan, of Airdne. 

MOLAISSE, son of Aedh. 

Elonlaj), Saint. 

Derchairthinn, of Uachtar-4ird. She was of the race of Colla 

Uais, monarch of Erinn. 
CuRCACH.* There is a Curcach, daughter of Enna, son of Corb- 

mac, of the race of Colla-dA-chiioch. 


^Brfore: ie., above, more than all. Colgan anderstands thu to signify that he enter- 
Uined all the saints of Ireland with hospitality and gifts. But the original does not bear 
this oat. (CD.) 

* Curcaek. The more recent hand adds, '* Cluana locaip, ^^. Taml^'" meaning that the 
Mart TamL says that she was of Cluan-Lothair. (T.) 

72 veil Re n cc n aom ti u etiew u acti . [march 1 1 . 

9. G. seprimo rous mocH'cii. 9. 

Itislicn-oti, Chille c6ile. 

Sewicc, *0]tOTniiia mac Ublai. 

8e'Dti0C, Cille CCiiie a ^liaB bpeog, mac Nemain, mic CCofea, mic 
Loaifin, mic Gi^ic, vo fliocx Conaifie, mic TTlo^a Lama. 

baistlir, motia mioldin. 


*Oioma. (Xza T)ioma, eafpoc, mac 8enai§, vo fliocr Bo^o^a 
Pinti piiaraifir, 6 bpuil bfii^irr:. 

10. p. sexco 1*008 mccTiT:ii. 10. 

Se'DMCC, epfcop. 
pcnlbtie, abb la. 
ColmcCN, o Cluain 'Cibfini'D. 
TTleiC 'CliORITiaiM, mic Ciiuai-ohen. 

11. 'g. qUIMTO 1T)U8 mccROi. 11. 

CCetiSli8 Vice tiObleti, ep]xob, -oa n^oiiirefi CConguf Cele ve. 
(Xye -DO iii^ne an peilifie, t)o fliocr 1p,eoil mic Conuill Cefinai^ 
•DO ; acuf a ccluain ei'OTiec ap, bpu na heoipe a Laoi^p a 
lai§niB T)o hoile'D e ; vo le§ a ppalma ap rip, acup vo ha^ 
naice'D e lap pin, "do peip an poinnpi ara ipin "oan T)apab xmy: — 
CCoibinn pin'oe ptinn mine 

Le raob Goipe nap 5l6ine, ere. 
1p a ccluain eiT)neac po hdlr, 
1 ccluain eiTDneac p,o ha'onacr, 
1 ccluam ei-oneac lolap cpop 
Ro leiig a pf alma ap mop. 
liobTiati, abb 1a Colaim CiUe. 
Llbnetl, Cliiana porr-a. 
CucctTOCC T)alL 

^Brighit. Meaning here, Brigid of Kildarc; who was of the race <>f Eochaidh Finn- 
fuaithairt. (T.) 

* Feilire : i.e., the Festolopium, or Calendar of the Saints of Ireland, in antient Irish 
verse ; a rann or stanza of four lines being given to each day. Copies of it are prewrved 



LuGHAiDH, of Cill-ctiile. 

Sedna, of Druim-mac-Ublai. 

Sedna, of Cill-Aine in Sliabh-Breagh, son of Neman, son of Aedh, 

son of Loam, son of Ere, of the race of Conaire, son of Mogh- 

Brighit, of Moin-Miol£in. 
DiOMA. There is a Dioma, Bishop, son of Senach, of the race of 

Eochaidh Fionn-fuathairt, of which is Brighit.* 


Sedna, Bishop. 

Failbhe, Abbot of la. 

COLMAN, of Cluain-Tibhiinn. 

The sons of Torman, son of Cruaidhen. 


Aenghus Ua hEblen, Bishop, who is called Aenghus C^e-dd 
It is he that composed the Feilire.^ He is of the race of Irial, 
son of Conall Ceamach, and it was at Cluain-eidhneach, on the 
brink of the Eoir, in Laoighis, he was fostered ; he read his 
psalms first, and he was afterwards buried, according to this 
verse which is in the poem which begins : — 

" Delightful to sit here around him, 

By the side of the cold clear Eoir," &c. 
'* It is at Cluain-eidhneach he was nursed ; 

At Cluain-eidhneach he was buried ; 

At Cluain-eidhneach of many crosses. 

He read his psalms at first." 

LiOBRAN, Abbot of la-Coluim Cille. 
LiBREN, of Clnain-foda. 
CuANDA, the Blind 

in the Leabbar Breac (Royal Irish Arademy), and in the MS. Lattfi. 610 (Bodleian Library, 
Oxford). (T.) 

74 pelme na Mcromti NeueMMacti. [march 13. 

TTlO^tieMOC, beirheach. 


[C0M8r:(XiMT:iM, fiiog manac i Rcrcuni 05 TTlacurae, mac peft- 

12. OC. quccRTX) iT)U8 niccTiT:ii. 12. 

TTlURa, 6 phairm 1 nlnif 6o§aiti. T)o cenel 6o§ain mic Weill 
T)6. *Oepinill ceirificiceac a ma€ai|i, acuf maraifi "Oorhan- 
^uiiTC, mic BacTKxc, acuf T)ftuin5e eile vo naoitiaiB. 

^Occctiuccilew, mac Ju^ipe- ^o cenel Bo^ain mic Neill t>6. 

CilleM, lilcich. 

T)a:5a:ti, epixiop. 

13. b. reROo 1-0118 mcmni. 13. 

tnocticcomtiocc Lenh-moifi, abb. 4fl3 blicrBna a aeif ariiaiL 
ccca ifin fiannva : — 

■Saogal TTlocliaonidec uech 
tlocha celac qfieoin no qfiech, 
Till blioTona T)ecc a\i ceiqfie cev 
Ml bao§al ni hiotnafxbfiec. 
CCo x>\ 655. 
JccrccIt: Tnaige-eo, abb acuf epfcop. 
CuccMStlCCS, mac "balL 


1 Moshenoc The more recent hand addti here, 8endn ay ainm tm) |X> 05 OConj^f^ 
111^105 • " Senan is his name in Aongus (i.e., in the Fclire of Aongua) at this day.*^ The 
word inci05 is a corrupt speUing for inT>iti. This saint is called Kessoyut, Brev. Aberd. 
(U Mart.) fol. Ixvi. 6. (T.) 

* Ftrgtu. The paragraph in brackets is inserte<l in a more recent hand. The Mart. 
Taml. says, that the Constantine here commemorated was either Constantine the Briton 
[i.e., Wel»h, or rather Cornish], or that he was the Constantine, son of Fergus, who was 
of the Picts. Co!i|^ancini bfiico, no mac Ve|ipi|xi t)0 C|iutnecaiB. The Con- 
stantine who became a monk at Rathain flourished A.D. o%><, and Constantine, son of 


MOSHENOC,' of Beitheach. 


[CONSTAINTIN, royal-monk at Bathain with Mochuda, son of 


MuRA, of F&thain, in Inis Eoghain. He was of the race of Eoghan, 
son of Niall. Deirinill, of the four paps, was his mother, and 
the mother of Domhangart, son of Eochaidh, and a number of 
other sainta 

Dachuailen, son of Guaire. He was of the race of Eoghan, son 

CiLLiN, of Lilcach. 


Dagan, Bishop. 


Mochaemhog' of Liath-mor, Abbot. His age was 413 years, as 
is said in this quatrain : — 

** The age of Mochaemh6g, of Liath, 

I shall not conceal it from mighty or weak, 
Thirteen years above four hundred, 
It is no mistake, 'tis no extravagant fiction." 
AD. 655. 
Garalt of Maigheo, Abbot and Bishop. 
CuANGHAS, MacdalL* 


Fergus, died 82a See Arm, Tigh, and UlU, Reeves' Adamnan, pp. 371, 369. '' Son of 
Fergna," in the text, ia therefore a mistake. Extracts from the legend of Constantine, 
king of Comwmll, are given in the Lessons of his festival, 11th March, Brev. of Aberdeen^ 
foL IxviL (reprint). See also Colgan, Actt S.S., p. 577, and Ussher, Index Chron. (ann. 
588, sq.) Works, vi. p. 697. (T.) 

^ModkaemhSff. In the margin are the letters p. ao. ; i.e., Felire of Aongus. (T.) 
*MaodaU: i.e., *^ Blind boy.*^ The more recent hand adds here, 6 Licet m6|\ ^ \x»^ ex. 
p. ao. : " He is also of Liath-m6r, according to the Felire of Aongus." In the margin 
are the letters p. ao., i.e., Felire of Aongus. The M. Taml. calls him '' Cuanghus mac 
AUmia." (T.) 

76 v^i^e Ma waonili MeueMMCCcti. [march 15. 

14. C. pRiDie iT)U8 niccHrn. 14. 
tiLT:a:M, maigni'oi. 

PICCMMCCM, Cllle ailXT). 


15. X). TOibus mcmrii. 15. 

T^Ri meic Nescnw, o Inif paichlenn .i. TTluiniffu, Wen'tugh, 
acu]" "OuicoilL "Device 

T^Tii tiiMsewcc elriM. 

60StlCCtl. T)ap lem a^e ]»o eo§an, mac 8a|xdin 6 Cluain Caoldin, 
•oafi cum CCilbe 1mli§ loBaifi an fiiogail fio c^xuai-b 'oafiab zuy: — 
CCbaifi T)aTti fie mac 8a]\d[in, eve. Oiii ^ac pe|i comanma eile 
•oa bpuil i]^n mafira]ilaic ara cicyoal eijin no ceall afi feal- 
bu§a^ 'DO, acr an cGo^an n^ aji an Id |»o. 

16. G. "oeciiTio sepnnio cccl. ccptiili^. 16. 

bcciHRVtiionw, ep]xob. 

CCe'otica^, epfcob, Lir moij}. CC^ X>\ 761. 

0111111X01, epfcob, acuf abb Roip TTleinn. CCT)ei|i Cam OCTHim- 
nain ^Ufiab -do na naomaiB vo bi in uiificrBuf mna [6ifienn] 
TK) faopa^ o ^ac 'oaoip.fe va paiBe ofi^ia Cuifiiran eafpucc 

pOWCCti, LoBayi, 6 SufiT), acuf 6 Cluain m6ni i Lai^niB, acup o 
CCfiT) pindin i T11umain,T)o f liocr 'Cai'b^ mic Com mic Oibolla 
Oluim -DO. 

CCbbcfw, mac Ua Cofibmaic, 6 TTlhui§ CCpnai-oe in Ui6 Ceinnfea- 
lai§ a LaigniB, acuf o Cill CCbbain in UiB 1fTlui|ieaDhaig 
allai^nib, t)o fliocr: Lab^ia^a Luiiic, mic U^aine m6iti "od. 
TTliolla -oeip-Cfiiifi -oeai^ucc loBaifi a mdraifi, amail oDeifi 

» DuichoiU Derg. Read "DiucoiU: *' DiuchoUl Derg." (T.) 
^AiMe. See Sept. 12. (T.) 



Ultan, of Maghnidh. 
Flannan, of Cill-ard. 





The THREE SONS OF Nesan, of Inis Faithlenn, i.e., Muinissa, Ness- 
lugh, and Duichoill Derg.* 

The three daughters of Eltin. 

EOGHAN. I think this is Eoghan, son of Saran, of Cluain-Caolain, 
for whom Ailbhe,^ of Imleach lobhair, composed the very hard 
rule which begins, " Say for me to the son of Saran," &c., for 
every other person of the same name that is in the Martyrology 
has some title, or church which he possessed, except the Eoghan 
who comes at this day. 


Bairrfionn, Bishop. 

Aedhan, Bishop, of Lis-m6r, A.D. 761. 

CuRTTAN, Bishop and Abbot, of Ros-Meinn. The Cdin Adam- 

niin states, that Curitan, the Bishop, was one of the saints who 

went security to free the women [of Erinn^] from the bondage 

in which they were. 
FiONAN, the Leper, of Sord, and of Cluain-m6r, in Leinster ; and 

of Ard-Fion^in in Munster. He was of the race of Cian, son 

of OiUoU Oluim. 
Abban, Mac Ua Corbmaic, of Magh-Amaidlie in Ui-Ceinnsealaigh, 

in Leinster ; and of Cill-Abbain in Ui-Muireadhaigh in Leinster. 

He was of the race of Labhraidh Lore, son of Ugainfe M6r. 
Miolla, sister to Bishop lobhar, was his mother, as his own 

^OfErinn, The word Ciyienii is added by the later hand. (T.) 

78 pelme na nccomh neneunach. [march 17. 

a bera pein i]*iii cev cap. [fTlacaijie CC]\nai'6e i nOifi§iaUail5 
in "oiaecefi CCyi'Dmaca i ccon'oae TTluineacaiii. 

peirtimectl, o Chill Toama. 

*0eMe5, iTifi 8eDna. 

17. p. sexco 'oeciTTio cccL crpRilis. 17. 

paXRCClCC, uafal apfcal infi efienn, acuf ceriT) qiei'OTne na 
n^aoi'oel, an cev piiioniai'b, acuf an ceD le^oi'oi^e |io hoi|iT)- 
nea^ in GiiinT), acuf cq^ pof rucc pio|ia 6|ienn, eyz^ft piofia 
acuf mnd, 6 T)Oficha peacaD, acuf 'ooailce'b, acuf gemnrlij- 
ecra, co foillfi c|iei'oirti acuf ciuxBaiT) acuf aicentxnf on 
choinrbe^. 'Cpi c6^ 50 lei€ naonien>ucc, acuf qfii ce-o fogapr, 
an lion va ucucc gpd'Ba. 'Cpi 06*0 aibginp tk) fgpioB, acup rpi 
ceT) ceall vo zd^ca^ artiail 'bepBap na poinn pi : — 

Seachx: ccaoga ponce ppait eappacc. 

Ho oip'one in ccro, 

1m qfii ceo cptumcep n65, 

Popp ropmog spcro, 
T411 c^T) aibgtnp px) p5piobh, 

Oa bil lit a larii 

"Cpi ceT) ceall caoin conpoccaib, 

Rop roccaib •06 lap. 

(Xye pop T)o Bi 6 iniuc go caipg gan bia^, artiail ard ina 
Berhai-b pem, acup amail T>eapBai^ Cuimin Coin-oepe ipn van 
T)apab rup : — 

Capaip paqfiaic ptiipc THaca, 

TUac Calptiipn pa hdpT) piojail, 

O iniT) 50 caip5 gon bicro 

llocap mo pi an "oa pianaibh. 

CCp T)ipimh cpd a nT)€pna TopiopraiB, acup miopBailiB, tk) 
€otupcca5 mapB a bap ; -oic claih, acup valU acup bacac, 
acup aopa gaca reDtha apcena. "Da blia^ain acup pe pi6ir 

1 There is. The words within brackets are added by the more recent hand. (T.) 
> Alphabets. This may, perhaps, allude to the ceremony of writing the Greek and Roman 
alphabets on the floor of a newly consecrated charch. (T.) 


life states in the first chapter. [There is^ a Machaire-Amaidhe 
in Oirghialla, in the diocese of Ardmacha, in the county of 

FErrHMECH, of Cill-Toama, 

Deneo, of Inis-Sedna. 


Patrick, noble Apostle of the island of Erinn, and head of the 
religion of the Gaeidhil, the first primate, and the first legate 
who was appointed in Erinn ; and it was he, moreover, that 
brought the people of Erinn, both men and women, from the 
darkness of sins, and vices, and paganism, to the light of faith, 
and piety, and knowledge of the Lord. Three himdred and 
fifty holy bishops, and three himdred priests, was the number 
on whom he conferred orders. Three hundred alphabets he 
wrote, and three hundred churches he erected, as these verses 
prove :-^— 

'* Seven times fifty holy learned bishops 

This holy man consecrated, 

With t\L hundred virgin presbyters. 

Upon whom he conferred orders ; 
*^ Three hundred alphabets' he wrote, 

Beautiful was the touch of his hand ; 

Three hundred beautiful churches he founded, 

He raised them fi*om the ground." 

It is he, moreover, that remained from Shrovetide till Easter 
without food, 88 is [stated] in his own Life, and as Cuimin of 
Coindere proves in the poem, whose beginning is : — 

'^ Patrick of the fort of Macha loved, 
Son of Calpum of high rule, 
From Shrovetide till Easter [to be] without food, 
No penance was greater than his penances." 

Innumerable also was the number of signs and miracles he 
performed ; by resuscitating the dead from death ; by curing 
lepers, and the blind, and the lame, and people of every disease 

80 pelme iicc mcjcoiuTi weneMMCccli. [march 20. 

a aoiv an can ]\o \s^^T>h a ]^i]\(rc an blia^ainp 493. Txiixic 
e^^ucc ape cucc co|ip Cfii'i^ vo pdqnaic 

Hann : — 

CCn |ii5 eafpucc 'Cafac, ere. 

CC'oeip. bera Ciapain Cliiana, cap. 47, gitjiab "oona hocc 
n-o|iT)aiB "00 bi in Bpinn ofvo pdrfiaicc 

'ClSeRMCCCTl, faccapc. 
SobbccM, mac l^la1]x;. 

beam Htiini. 
pccoilnstieTiii, o^h. 

18. ^. cfuiMTX) 'oecinio cccl. ccpuilis. 18. 

mao'oTidcc, Cluana e]x:cp.ach. 

'Comotu, ep|x:op. 

Com cell, epfcop. 

COTTlcctl, epyx^op, mac efinain. T)o cenel cconuil ^^Iban, mic 

Weill '00. 
Cccomliccti, naomh. 

19. OC. quccTit:o "oecimo cccl. ccpnilis. 19. 

Lccctlt:ccitl, CCchai'oh-fiip. in Of|iai§it5, acu]^ o bealach peaBpor, 
(Xo "Oi 622. "Do fliocr Conaipe, mic TTlaBa Lama, aipT)pi 
epenn aca, T)0 piol 8ipem6in T)6. 

CC'oeip bera TTlocaomoc, cap. 8, ^o paiBe Laicrin naorti vo 
pi|ne maimi^p CCchai-b-fip na -oeipcipul ag Com^all benncaip. 

mocTitia:, CCipipiai. 

meccllcn, Cluana-hi. 

20. b. rent^io "06011110 cccl. ccpuilia 20. 

CccrtlctlCCM, eppcop, 6 Raich-^epcai^he. 
CCe'OtlCCtI, Cluana-maoldin. 
C011CCM, mac Coppe. 

^ Quatrain. This ^eems to mean that the quatrain beginning with the following worda. 


in like manner. Two years and six score was his age, when he 
resigned his spirit in the year 493. Bishop Tasach was he who 
gave the iJbdy of Christ to Patrick. 

Quatrain^ : — 

«* The royal Bishop Tasach," &c 

The life of Ciaran of Cluain states, chap. 47, that the Order 
of Patrick was one of the eight orders which are in Erinn. 

TiGHERNACH, Priest. 

GoBBAN, son of Nasc. 
Began Ruim. 
Faoiltiohern, Virgin. 


Maedhoo, of Cluain-esgrach. 

Toman, Bishop. 

CoNALL, Bishop. 

CoMAN, Bishop, son of Eman. He was of the race of CJonall 

Gulban, son of NiaJl. 
Caemhan, the holy. 


Lachtain, of Achadh-Ar in Osraighe, and of Bealach Feabhrat, 
AD. 622. He was of the race of Conaire, son of Moghlamha, 
monarch of Erinn, who was of the seed of Heremon. 

The Life of Mochaemh6g, chap. 8, states that holy Laichtin, 
who erected the monastery of Achadh-Ar, was a disciple of 
Comhgall of Beannchair. 

MocHXJAy of Airisna. 

Meallai, of Cluain-hL 


CATHCiN, Bishop, of Bath-derthaighe. 
Aedhan, of Clnain-mael&in. 
Ck)NAN, son of Corr^. 

was to be iiuerted here, before the work went to press. This, however, was never done. 


82 velme mcc Nccointi MeRewNCCCli. [mabch 21. 

21. C. •ouo'oecimo cal. ccpnilis. 21. 

BM'oa, abb CCfiann. Conall "Oeficc, mac t)aimiTie^Tnic Coifipi^i 
•OoiTiiaiiipuc a araifi. T)o fiol Colla va Cjuoc vo fonn|ia*. 
(XetSpinti, in§en CCinniifiech, mic Roiidin, pi na nCCp.'o, a ma^aip, 
acuf mafaifi Libae ; acuf "oo ^peicqpiurh oi^fieacr pi^e, acup 
pocondch a arap.T)a ap *Ohia; gup curnxKiigh ecclap in CCpainn, 
acuf po §aB a hab^aine lapaih. 'Cpi caoga lion a choimh- 
nonoil. ba he ppoma*, acup -oepba^ vo beipea^ poppa gaca 
iiona "oia paopa^ ap peacroib .i. gach pep T)it5 ap nuaip vo 
cup 1 ccupac gan c]xoicenn luep uime pop an muip amach, 
acup no ricce-D an paile ipin cupach T)iambei^ coip no peaca* 
ap in ci no bioo ann ; ni uicce^ T)ianiaDh glan o ^eacroilS ; 
acup ape Bn'oa an cab ap •oe'Bencha no cheige'b ipin cupach. 
Ml ppic aoinpepT)on rpi caoga pin nac cdinicc gan plecho^ op 
an ccupac, accmab ^^gniac c6icc no c6caipe Brnxx a aonap. 
Ci'5 vo ponai]» a J^gniac ap Bn'oa. CCcbeprporh nach 'oepnai'5 
ace cuille'b becc T)ia chuiT) pein vo TOBaipx; iccuit) Ciapain 
Thic an rpaoip. popcongpai'B Bn'oa paippiurh anx; oil6n •opog- 
BdiL CCcup ocbepc ni ralla gacai'bi punn, ni po •beonoi^epa 
pin cenae. 

OC'oeip Cuimin Coin'oeipe ipin "odn "oapab cop, "Capcnp 
Parpaicc puipc TTlaca," 50 mbio'b 1 ccapcaip cloice 05 gui'be 
ap pon cdic. CCgpo map aDeip : — 

Capaip dn-oe a\vo qfidbafo 
In CCpainn buafo 50 wbinne, 
Capcaip "DO cloic cpuai'D curiiaing 
"Oo bpeit cdic 'oo ctrni nirhe. 

Lmctieccll, mac Ciapdm. 
TTlOTTltlCCMMa, Ogh. 

1 ConffTfgcUion : i.e., the number of his monks. (T.) 

> Curach. A boat or canoe, of wicker-work, covered with skins. It is still in use in 
Ireland, although now generally covered with tarred canvas. (T.) 



Enda, Abbot, of Ara. Conall Derg, son of Daimhin, son of Coirpre 
Domhairgid, his father; of the race of CoUa-da-chrioch pre- 
cisely. Aebhfhinn, daughter of Ainmire, son of Ron^, ^^g 
of the Ards, was his mother and the mother of Libae ; and he 
resigned his heirship of a kingdom and of the great wealth of 
his patrimony for God ; and he foimded a church in Ara, 
and afterwards assumed the abbacy thereof Thrice fifty was 
his congregation.^ The test and proof which he used to put 
upon them every evening to clear them of sins, was to put 
every man of them in turn into a curach' without any hide 
upon it at all, out upon the sea ; and the salt water would get 
into the curach, if there was any crime or sin upon the man 
who was in it. It would not get in if he was free from sins ; 
and Enda, the abbot, was the last who entered the currach. 
There was not found any man, of the one hundred and fifty, 
who did not escape the wetting from the currach, excepting 
only Qigniat, the cook of Enda. What hast thou done, O Gig- 
niat, said Enda. He said that he did nothing but put a little 
addition to his own share from the share of Ciaran, son of the 
artificer. Enda ordered him to leave the island. And he 
said. There is no room for a thief here ; I will not permit this 
at alL 

Cuimin, of Coindeire, in the poem which begins, " Patrick of 
the fort of Macha loved," states, that he used to be in a stone 
prison praying for all persona Thus it says : — 

'* Enda of the high piety loved 
In Ara, victory with sweetness, 
A prison of hard narrow stone 
To bring all unto heaven." 

LuiCHEALL, son of Ciardn. 
MoHHANNA, Virgin. 

G 2 

84 pelme ucc ticcomti tienewwacti. [march 24. 

22. *0. uti'Decimo cal. opRilia 22. 

pcciLbTie, mac Piopdin, abb la, coTtia|iba Choluim Chille, OC? *0; 

677. "Do fen6l cConuill ^ulban, mic t16ill t)6. 
*OccTieHccc, fiup. pdrfiaicc. 
TMolocca, mac Colmain pnn. 
'CHIOCN, mac *OeiT:e 6 Cill eal^a. *Oo fiol Ijieoil, mic Conuill 

Chepnail t)6. 

23. &. 'oecimo ccct ccpnilia 23. 




bcceiXTM tnotltl. S^ma^ 6 yo baouan T)eafi15fia€aiii Cofibmoic 
acuf GirtiiTi, crcd t)0 fliocc 6o§ain moifi, mic OilioUa Oluim. 

moctloLLcc, dgh. 

CiocNWorc, 65h. 

LccscCR, iTigen phionnrain. 

iMSTiew ptieRcroTicnBTi. 

24. p. tiowo cal. ccpuilia 24. 

TDotyiTiccmbTiort:, mac Bchach, epfcop, 6 Hai€ THuifibuils i 
nT)al|iiaDa, CCo T)! 606. T)o flioSc poraC piifi, aijw^jii 
etienn, aca "oo fiol Gifiethdin "06. *Oe|iinill ceCificifieaf a 

CccoRlccw, epfcop, CCp.'oamacha, CC© T)J 587. 

Cccimiw, Infi Cealufia ap. Loch *Oeip5 'beipc a tigap vo 1Tla| 
iie6 iiOpbpui|e, acup -oo 'Cuaim ^T^eine, baile Cpotiain. "Oo 
pliocr Ca€aoip m6ip t)0 LaipiiB v6. 

^ Motnhaed6ff. Colgan seems to have had a different copy of thia work, for be telli w 
(Actt. SS. p. 727, n. 7,) that the " Mart. Dungallen." has the following notice of tlw 
saint on 23 Mart., " Momoe<loi'UR, dc Fedh-duin, i.e., Mida, filius Midgnae." Thwe word*, 



Failbhe, son of Piopan, Abbot of la, successor of Colum Cille, 
A.D. 677. He was of the race of Conall GiUban, son of Niall. 

Darerca, sister of Patrick. 

MOLOCCA, son of Colman Finn. 

Trian, son of Deit, of CiU Ealga. He was of the luce of Irial, 
son of Conall Ceamach. 



23. e. decimo kal. aprius. 23. 

momhaedog. ^ 



Baetan of Monu. This may be the Baetan, brother of Corbmac 

and Eimhin, who are of the race of Eoghan-m6r, sou of Oilioll 

MOCHOLLA, Virgin. 
Clinnat, Virgin. 
Lasar, daughter of Fionntan. 
The Daughter of Feradhach. 

24. f. nono kal. aprilis. 24. 

Domhanghort, son of Eochaidh, Bishop, of Rath Muirbhuilg in 
Dalriada, A.D. 506. He was of the race of Fiatach Finn, 
monarch of Erinn, who is of the seed of Hei*em6n. Derinill, of 
the four paps, was his mother. 

Caorlan, Bishop, of Ard Macha, AD. 587. 

Caimin, of Inis-cealtra in Loch Deirgdheirc, near unto Magh-ne6 
n-Orbruighe, and to Tuaim Gr^ine, the town of Cronan. He 
was of the race of Cathaoir M6r of Leinster. 

boweTer, occur in the Mart. Taml., and it is poeaible that Colgan may have attributed 
tbem to the Mart. Dung, by mistake. It is evident, that the compilers of the present 
work did not (with Colgan) identify Momhaedog with the ttaintb of the same name who 
are rommcinonited April 11, May 18, and Aug. 13. (T.) 

86 t:elme wcc wccomli tienetiticccn. ^ 

CCT)eip. feinlea15a|i |io ao]n)a memficnm 50 fiaiBe Caimin 

Inp Cealcp.a coprhail a mbefcnb, acuf a Tnbeochai'B fie 

Paucomiuf manacli. 
Lustica'otl, mac Bachach 6 CLuain Laogh. 
8sme, d^h, 6 Chill Recipe 1 niiT)he. CCcd pof Cill Scifie 1 

PetiaiB TTlaTiach in UllcaiB. *Oo flioSc peii§cq[xi, TTlic eac- 

•Bach mui§me'56in "oo Bpfie. 
TTlCCMcTiCCN, mac pailBe. "Do cenel cConaill ^^Iban, mic 

t1 eill T)6. CCrd ecclttif va n^oipceii Le€ TYl ancain a ii*OealBna 

TTlec Cocldin. 

25. ^. occccuo cccl. ccpmlis. 25. 

Columbcc, iiigeii baoin. 
OMcai, mac TTluaDdiTi. 

26. OC ^epnnio cccl. ccpRilis. 26. 

8iwc1ieall, abb, Chille achaiT)h TDfiomporo .1. an fen 8incheall. 
CCf paifi cusa'b an ceifc fi ecc : — 

Pti nime pfi ralmcm, 

Sluo^h ntncill, 

"Oafi leo ba Id bfiAta 

buf 8iTichill. 
Ill caiTiic ni ncpa 6 C]CT>ani, 

bar) •oiiifie boD guiTie a cc|iabaf», 

til tainicc ni ncpa fid*© nile, 

8cmcc Qile jxif ma^ pdilre pfi nithe. 

Tallica blia'bain ayi rpi c6t) a aoif, CC9 *0\ 548. 

[T)cc Siticlieccll acuf TTloctieccllds refDa 1 ie€uiB. p. CCaJ 

CocurtlCCCtl, mac ©iibchai'De, epixjop. 

Jobbccw, abb, CCip'one *Oai|iinfi. 

SCCUbccti, abb, CCchai'Dli. S^ma'b e yo S«l^Cdn 6 Chill 5«t^'5d 
ab CCcai-b aBall, acuf Uio§nac fui]i phinniam a nidiaifi. 

1 Aonghuis. The clause within brncket:^ is in the mure recent hand. Hut the '* I 
chcall" of the F. Aong. is evidently the same as the Sinehrall alnne mentioned; 
Mo. Ncvcrthele^5, a glos* in the RruisM'l.s MS. of the \\ A^n^;. says, "Da TiO€lti 


A very ancient old vellum book states, that Caimiu of Inis 

Cealtra was, in his manners and life, like unto Paucomius, the 

LuGHAiDH, son of Eochaidh of Cluain-laogh. 
Scire, Virgin, of Cill-Sgire in Meath. There is also a Cill-Seire 

in Fera Manach in Ulster. Sgire was of the i-ace of Fergus, 

son of Eochaidh Muighmhedhoin. 
Manchan, son of Failbhe. He was of the i-ace of Conall Gulban, 

son of Niall. There is a church called Leth-Manchain in 

Dealbhna Mec Cochl&in. 


CoLUMBA, daughter of Baoit 
Enan, son of Muad&n. 

26. A. §EPnM0 KAL. APRIUS. 26. 

Sincheall, Abbot, of Cill-achaidh-dromfota, i.e., thu old Sincheall. 
It was of him this character was given after his death : — 
^ The men of heaven, the men of earth , 
A smrounding host, 
Thought that the day of judgment 
Was the death of SinchealL 
" There came not, there will not come from Adam, 
One more austere, more strict in piety; 
There came not, there will not come, all say it, 
Another saint more welcome to the men of heaven.'' 
Thirty years and three hundred was his age, A.D. 548. 
[Da-Sincheall ; and Mocheallog, who died in Letjivia. — Felire 

Carthach, son of Erbthaidhe, Bishop. 
GoBBAN, Abbot, of Ard-Dairinnsi. 

Gabbhan, Abbot, of Achadh. This may \ye Garbh^i, of CiU 
Garbhain, abbot of Achadh-abhall, whose mother was Riogh> 
nach, sister of Finnian. 

fflinet^t " two saintH of the wmc name," as if Da>iDchcall nuanl " two Siiichiall.s;" and 
the mention ol "old Sincheall" in the text, sccins t«» hint that there was another. (T.) 

88 velme ucc wccomTi weHewwcccTi. [march 29. 

CilLeN, mac 'Colo'5|iain, i nT)eifiB TTluthaii. 



TTl olocccc. 

moctira, ^x^]^ IHochua. 


27. b. sexco cccL apuilis. 27. 

5eLcc«nt8, .i. 5^olla mac Liacc, coma^iba parfiaicc. 
8llcnRlecTl, eapfcop, poBaip, OC? T>\ 745. 
pOMMTxnti, .1. bel na pfalm. 
mocTlOtlMCC, mai^he-ed 


28. C. qtiitiriO cat. ccpnilis. 28. 

COMCCli, ep]xjop. 

CcaHMecTl, epyx^op. CCza Caifinech mac 8a|iain, tk) flioct; Colla 

T)a Cfxioc, mic 6a&5ac TDoiiiilen. 
CCCSSCCM, o lom'DuaL CCua Caffan, mac CCujiacra, tk) fliocc 

Lae§ai|xe, mic MeilL 

29. X). cfticcRTX) cal. ccpnilia 29. 

pulccuTxrcTi, mac bfiic, epfcop, Cluana hejiaiiiT) acuf o T)ifeafir 
Pularicaicch i nllibh pail^e, (19 T>\ 778. T)o geiBceTi pjlaji- 
cach, mac bpic, aji fliocc Ipeoil, mic Conaill CeaTincn^ vo 
|iei|i an naoimhfencai^a. 

peRSTiccs, mac 6nT)a, o Inif caoni pofi Loch ei|ine. 

CCe'oTiccM, T)oifie bfxuchaifi. 

eit:Tltie aciif 80T)TiealbTl, "oa in§in bain, i txioB 8ui|i'o Choltnm 

Icc88(m, o?;!!. 

ni(TC litbTllKCiii, liai§. 


CiLLEN, son of Tolodhran, in Deisi-Munihan. 



MocHTA, of Inis-Mochta. 


Gelasius, ie., Giolla-Mac-Liag, successor of Patiick. 
SuAiRLECH, Bishop, of Fobhar, A.D. 745. 
FiONNTAiN, i.e., Mouth of the Psahns. 
Mochonna, of Magh-e6. 



CJONALL, Bishop. 

Cairnech, Bishop. There is a Caimech, son of Sarin, of the race 

of Colla-da-Chrioch, son of Eochaidh DoimhMn. 
CassXn, of lomduaL There is a Cassan, son of Athracht, of the 

race of Laeghaire, son of Niall. 

29. D. QUARTO KAL. APRILIS. . 29. 

FuLARTACH, SOU of Brec, Bishop, of Cluain-Eraird, and of Disert- 
Fulartaigh in Ui-Failghe, A.D. 778. There is found a Fular- 
tach, son of Brec, of the race of Irial, son of Conall Cearnach, 
according to the Naoimhsenchua 

Ferohas, son of Enda, of Inis-caoin in Loch Eime. 

Aedhan, of Doire Bruchaisi. 

ErrHNE and Sodhealbh, two daughters of Bait, by the side of 
Sord Coluim Cille. 

Lassar, Virgin. 

Mac Lubhnain, Physician. 

DO velme mcc Mccomti tteneMMCccTi. [march 31. 

30. 6. r;eRrio cccl. ccpRilm 30. 

TnocTlUCC, abb, balla i cCefia i cConnaccaiB. CCfe |io benT)- 
ai^liea-b la Cortigall bennchaifi, an ran fio ba mac becc 
bacach afi merh cg^a ruifm§iB, acu]^ fio oil, acuf fio lefai^h 
Cofh^all e lafiarti co n'oeachai'6 50 ConnaccaitS ^up. £uitiT)ai^ 
ecclaif ann .1. balla a hainm. 

"Colcc, ep]X5op, 6 THfepc 'Cola in uaccap t)dl cCaif a zTluo^ 
rhuftiain. T)o fliocc Copbmaic, mic Tai'S^, nnc Cein, mic 
Oiliolla Oluim t)6. 

peRStlCCS, epfcop, T)ponia Lech^laip, CC? T)\ 583. 

CollTlCCN, Linne Uachaille pop bpu Capi'ttiti Linne in UlcaiB. 


pacllMCC. CCi^a pachna eile 29 CCppil, acup ap co^nnail ^upab 

ap aon 6ipn t)io15 cu^ Cuimin CoinT)eipe an reipr nac •oubaipr; 

piarh T)poc bpiarap acr bpiarap "oo bu-o mair pe T)ia. CC5 yo 

map a-oeip : — 

Cap^aif piacna pfo^x qiabaif), 
Poi^ice'oal caic t)o coithlil, 
111 -Dubaip^r ^xiath bpiatap pair, 
CCcc ni btiT) HI air le a Conh'oiT). 

Roma's "00 cenel 6o§ain, mic Weill "oo. 
tiben, terli'Duma. 
ColnicaJ, mac Ronain, mic Loaipn, "Do cenel cConinll ^tilbun, 

mic Weill "DO. 

31. p. pRTOie cccl. ccpHili«. 31. 

TTlCCCtlCCbeu^, .1. S^olla IHochai'Dbeo, abb maimixpeach peixiip 
acup poll 1 nCCp'omaclia, ruip cpaBai-b acup coBixii'beacxa 
eccna acup eolaip, luBpa acup cpeaBaipe a aimpipe. 

ColmcCM, Camachai'oh. 



^ Xame. Tlio more recent han<I adds, "a Tain. vtH-atur (^v<^^i<<^^ brdta." — **By tfic 
Mart, of Tamlacht he is tailed Croiian of Balla." (T.^ 



MocHUA, Abbot, of Balla, in Ceara in Connachta. It is he that 
was blessed by Comhgall of Bennchair, when he was a little 
lame boy in a decline with his parents ; and Comhgall fostered 
and educated him afterwards, until he went to Connachta, 
where he built a church, i.e., Balla was its name.* 

Tola, Bishop, of Disert T61a, in the upper part of Dal Cais, in 
Thomond. He was of the race of Corbmac, son of Tadhg, son 
of Cian, son of Oilioll Olum. 

Ferghus, Bishop, of Druim-Lethglaisi, A.D. 583. 

Colhan, of Linn-Uachaille on the brink of Cassan-linne, in Ulster. 


FiACHNA. There is another Fiachna at 29 April, and it is proba- 
ble that it is of one of them that Cuimin of Coindeire gave the 
character, that he never pronounced a bad word, but [always] 
a word which was pleasing to God. It is thus he speaks : — 

" Fiachna loved true devotdon, 

He instmcted all to follow it equally. 

He never said a naughty word, 

Nor aught but what was pleasing to his Lord." 

He was, perhaps, of the race of Eoghan, son of Niall. 
Liber, of Lethdumha. 


CoLMAN, son of Rondn, son of Loam. He was of the lucc of 
Conall Gulban, son of Niall. 


Machabeus, i.e., Gilla-Mochaidhbeo, abbot of the Monastery of 
Peter and Paul at Ardmacha, tower of the religion and strength 
of wisdom and knowledge of works and prudence of his time. 

CoLMAN, of Cam-achadh. 



92 v^iw*^ wcc Mccomti tienetitiacti. [april 3. 

1. 5. calen^is apnilia 1. 

CeallcccTi, coitiapba porfiaicc. CCca Ceallach T)eocaiTi o Jleann 
'oa Locha alLai^niB, .uii. Ocrobefi, acuf gibe t)io15 a|va Txugcaii 
Ceallac, mac Connmai^, rui^efi af an ftann fo, oca ifin Txin 
cafiaif parjiaicc puific TTlaSa, T)o |iinne Cuimin Coiroenie, 50 
bpuaiji f6 6 t)hia bei€ T)all, boBafi, bacac. (X51X) maji oDeip : 

Cafvaif CeaUac mac Connmaish, 
C|vaba* tdo dfidiT) a cotann 
"Oaille, btJi'D|ve, bacai^e, 
"Cujao -06 pa -odl T)a6aiii5. 

CCeT)tlCCM, o Chill CCe-bam in UUtoiB. 
'CUCCM, mac Coifiill, 6 'Caitilacra 1 mboipche. 
meic SeRCCiM. 

2. CC. cfUccRTX) wowa^ crpRilis ' 2. 

CouccH, mac CCe-oha, o Cluain (.1. Cluain 'Oalldin), 1 btxnl 
8nama 6ch .1. an cuan Idirti |iipn Caol in Uibh Oachach 
UlaDh. *Oo fiol 1|ieoil, mic Conaill Cea[inai§ t)6. 

baOMCCcTl, o^h, 6 Chill 8echif. 

MlCCC, epfcop. 

3. b. t:eHr:io momccs ccpuilia 3. 

COTTICCM, mac T^omain^hin. 

J Cael: i.e., the Narrow- Water (T.) 

^Cill. A more recent hand ha« written over thia word "no ^liim SechiV nunc:" 
i.e., "or now Glenn Sechis." (T.) 



Ceallach, successor of Patrick. There is a Ceallach, deacon, of 
Gleaim-dar-locha in Leinster (7th of October), and whichever of 
them is called Ceallach, son of Connmach, he is intended in 
this stanza, which is in the poem banning "Patrick of the fort 
of Macha loves,'* which Cnimin of Coindeire composed, whei*e 
we ready that he obtained it from God to be blind, deaf, and 
lame. Thus it says : — 

<* Ceallach, son of Connmach, loved 

The religion which tormented his body, 

Blindness, deafiiess, lameness, 

Which was granted him, a severe request." 

Aedhan, of Cill-Aedhain, in Ulster. 

TuAN, son of Coirell, of Tamhlachta, in Boirche. 


The Sons of Geran. 

2. a. quarto nonas aprilis. 2. 

CONALL, son of Aedh, of Cluain (i.e., of Cluain-Dallain), near 
Snamh Each, i.e., the harbour near unto the CaeP in Ui-£athach 
of Uladh. He was of the race of Irial, son of Conall Ceamach. 

Bronach, Virgin, of Gill* Sechis. 

NiCA,' Bishop. 


CoMAN, son of Domainghin. 

*Nica, The more recent hand adds, ''^Marian. Est Nicetus de quo Martyrol. Romanum 
hac die," (T.) 

94 velme mcc wcconiti NeneMMacli. [april 5. 

4. C. pRTOie M0MCC6 ccpnilia 4. 

OStlGHMOCCtl, eapi'cop, Cluana hGoai^^ a bpeyiaiB Hlanac, no 
50Tna'& eri[i pefiaiB TTlanac acuf Oifigialla oca Cluaiii Ooaif. 
T)o fliocr Ccrcaoifi moifv aifi'oiii 6|ienn vo Lai§iiiB "do 'Cif;evi- 
nach. T)ea|ip|iaoic, in§en Gac'Dac, mic C|iionirain, \ii CCivi- 
pall, a Tticrcaifi. OCo *0\ 548. 

'^CclLviSt Locha "Ceicher. 

Ul'CCCM, mac Caiui. 

CcconiTl, o^h, o Chill Chaoimlie. 

CRtlimrtieR COHC, Cille moirie Ua Mialldin. 

Colmccw pOMU 



5. X). NONas crpRilia 5. 

becccw, mac Cula, in Imlech piaich i pefvaiB Ciil byie^;!!. 5^"^^ 
vo fiol Gogain moifi, mic Oiliolla Olinm 'oo. CCn ran cainicc 
Coluim Cille acuf \i) 6fienn, T)ia|imair, mac pep.|;ufa Ceyifi- 
beoil ia[i map.Ba'B bfiefail a meic ma|v a |iai6e becan, if 
amlai'& puafi(nxa|i e a^ ro^Bdil caifil, acuf bfun: pliuc ime, 
acuf e as e|inai§6e 50 moB aip.e i^n a 'ouBtwrB : — 

^nioiti caifil qioif pigill, 

Sleccam i^inaigce icdan, 

CC "oefia ucTD gan erail, 

buaiT) becain ^on cuit) aoncroh. 
Lath a cloic, larh an6ifiT)e, 

5ltin piUce pfii coifi caififige, 

8uil ag fileT3, 'oe|icai'6 ate, 

CCcuf b6l 05 efinaigte. 

Ho pec becan raifiif, acuf od connaific T)ia|imaic. pon cal- 
main a pion§alaiJ, a^ife, acuf "oo chuai-B 50 nuicce a gliine 
l>on ralmain. CCfi mo comaifice cainicc cu^ar, a|i Colum 

* Caemh, The more recent hand note*, Cuoine Cille Caoine, Mart. Tamlact; meaning: 
tliat she is called Caoine of Cill Ca(»ine in the Martyrolog>' of Tallaght. (T.) 



TiGHERNACH, Bishop, of Cluain-eois in Fera-Manacb, or it is be- 
tween Fera-Manach and OirghiaUa Cluain-eois is. Tighemach 
is of the race of Cathaoir M6r, monarch of Erinn, of the Leinster- 
meiL Dearfraoich, daughter of Eochaidh, son of Criomhthann, 
king of Oirghiall, was his mother, A.D. 548. 

Gallus, of Loch Techet. 

Ultan, son of Gait. 

Gaemh/ Virgin, of Gill-Caoimhe. 

Gruimhther [le. Priest] GORC, of Gill-m6r-Ua-Niallain. 





Began, son of Gula, at Imlech-Fiaich in Fera-Cul-Breagh. He 
was of the race of Eoghan Mor, son of Oilioll Oluim. When 
Golum-Gille and the king of Erinn, Diarmait, son of Fergus 
Gerrbheoil, after the killing of Bresal, his son, came to where 
Becan was, they foimd him erecting a fort, and a wet cloak 
about him, and he praying. Concerning which was said : — 

" MakiDg a wall, praying, 
Ejieeling, pure prayer, 
His tears flowing without unwillingness, 
Were the virtues of Becan without fault. 

'^ Hand on a stone, hand lifted up, 
Knee bent to set a rock, 
Eye shedding tears, other lamentation, 
And mouth praying.** 

Becan looked aside, and he saw Diarmaid. Into the earth, thou 
murderer, said he, and he sunk into the earth to his knees. 
Under my protection he has come to thee, said Colum Cille, to 

96 pelme mcc NaomTi NeRewwcccTi. [april 7. 

Cille, vo TO'&iu]x;a'& a mic vo. Ro ro'Suifig becan b|iefal 
mac an |ii§ o TnafiBaiB. 

CC bpeil maifi mic Cula, 
Oecam co mbuai'o I6fve, 
Oataif p6cq[iaic pfiim'oa, 
CX!T)|tamia^ mT) Gfve. 

6. G. ocTxruo rotia ccpRilis. 

Cel6tl8, epyxjop, CCp.'oamacha. • 

CoxTlub, mac pefi^afa, epfcob, CCchai'oh cinn. OC^ T>\ 554. 
CRONbecc, abb, Cluana mic Moif. CC? T)\ 693. 


7. p. sepTimo I'otis ccpRilis. 7, 

8ewccM, epixjop. 

pOMCCW Cccm, Cinn eincch acuf o 8lia15 blo^ma. Tk) Cofica 
T)uiBne vo .i. vo fliocr Cai|vb|ie TTIuifc, mic Conoipe, aca vo 
fiol Biyieamoin. becnoc, in§en Cein, a ma€ai|i. 

mac licccc, o T)oip,e. 

RtllseiN, Infi pichr, acuf ^omai) lonann 6 acuf Tlof, mic 'Cfvi- 
£im, mic pecc, mic lomchofta, oca "oo fliocr Piaca6 pinn fii 

CCet)?! Oilein. 

1 Erinn. The more recent hand writes here, p. CCen^ij^, meaning that this quatrain 
occurs on the 5th April in the Felire or Martyrology of Aengns. The same hand adds 
also, in Roman letters, ** Baptismus S. Patricii, M. Teimlf" where we hare the words 
" Baptisma Patricli venit in Hibemiam," meaning not the day on which S. Patrick was 
baptized, but the day on which he baptized his first convert The Scholium on this 
stanza of the Felire says that, ** the first baptism of Patrick" means Sinell, son of Finn- 
chadh, of the Ui Garchon, who was the first person baptized in Ireland by Patrick. The 
gloss on the word pfiini'Da is here otifie^a, honorable ; but the same w(Mrd at April 15, 


resuscitate his son for him. Bedbi resuscitated Bresal, the 
king 8 son, from the dead. 

" On the great festival of the son of Cula, 
Of Becan with the victory of austerity, 
The first baptism of Patrick 
Which he performed in Erinn."* 


Celsus, Bishop, of Ard-Macha. 

Cathub, son of Fergus, Bishop, of Achadh-cinn, A.D. 554. 

Cronbeg, Abbot, of Cluain-mic-Nois, A.D. 693. 



Senan, Bishop. 

Fionan Cam, of Ceann-Eitigh, and of Sliabh-Bladhma. He was 

of the Corca Duibhne, i.e., of the race of Cairbre Muse, son 

of Conaire, who was of the posterity of Heremon. Becnat, 

daughter of Cian, was his mother.* 
Mac Lla.g, of Doire. 
RuiSEN, of Inis-Kcht. And that he was the same as Ross,^ son 

of Trichem, son of Fiac, son of lomchadh, who was of the race 

of Fiatach Fionn, king of Erinn. 
Aedh Oil^iiL* 

is gloosed ei^^a, learned. The Scholiast seems to have taken it to signify here first, 
agraetng with baptism ; if the other signification be adopted it must agree with Patrick. (T.) 

•Aedkeck. The more recent hand adds here, ''Ordinatio S. Patricii, Mart Taml" (T.) 

» His mother. The more recent hand adds, " Pionan cam .i. cltton atioy^. Mar."* 
Cam meaoa crooked ; the Mart. TamL says, '* obliqaitas fuit in oculis ejus.** (T.) 

*Ross. Oyer this name, in the more recent hand is written, as a gloss, o *Oun Da 
tetgtaf, "of Dun-da-lcthglas." (T.) 

9 OOHn. Or we may translate, *< Aedh of the Island." (T.) 


98 V^^He MCC MCCOTDtl MeueMMacTl. [APRIL 10. 

8. "g. sexco }vus ccptiilis. 8. 

CeMMVCCOlcrotl, abb bennchai|i. CCTDeiiv Cam CC'Damndin pifuxb 
•Dona naoTTioitJ vo dual's in ufifva^Uf mtia vo faopa^ o fluag, 
o ^aoififi, acuf 6 ^ac fglauBai'Beact; eile Cennpaola* ab 

RONCCM, mac pefishun^- 

"CiStieHNCCM, 0Ci|vi'5 Locha Con. T)o fliocr Colla Uoif, aifiT)pi 
6|ienn v6» 

CCe^oTlCCM, mac Ua T)huil5ne. 


9. a. CfUIMTX) TOUS CCpRlllS. 9. 

CCe'oTiacli. mac Ua eiich. 


bROCCCCtt. CC'oeip, bera bhaipfve, cap. 10, 50 |iait5e biio^an, mac 
8enain, na "oalra a^ bai|i|ie, acuf 50 n'Deine'5 ryii haicecra 
^ac laoi ai^e 50 ixu^o^ ^fia-fea aip,, acuf ^Ufi etbcnfi e |>ein 
cona cill .1. Cluain Carina, tk) bhai|i|ie ; acuf mefoim sufxab 
e fo no bfioccan ara 27 1 un "oa laBfuxnn, 6i|i oca gac aon eile 
va ainmniti^a'5 6 cill no ona a€ai|v a£r lax) fo amain. 


10. b. cfucmro mus opRilis. 10. 

CUCCMMCC, mac THio^ai|vn, 6 Rof eo, acuf i tnuigh lacha anaifi€e|i 
TTIai^i bfiegh. T)o fiol On'oa, mic II61II -06, acuf og uofal 
o cufvp, acuf o fpiofiaiT) eifium, arhail aDeifi an gluaif 05 
pel li fie OCongafa. 

beticticcw CCe^o. 



^ Failbke. The more recent hand add.<s &iiT>aiihf Mar., meaning that Marianiu Gonnmn 
calls him " Failbhe of Erdamh,*^ bat 671*001111 is there added as a glon. The same hand 
adds, also, Cochub e p.. Mar., Mart. Taml. ^' Cathub, bishop, Mariamu Gorman., and 
Mart of Tamlacht" (T.) 



Cennfaeladh, Abbot, of Bennchair. The Ciin Adamnain states 
that Cennfaeladh, abbot of Bennchair, was among the saints 
who went security for Uberating the women from military ser- 
vice, from bondage, and fix)m every other slavery. 

RoNAN, son of Fergua 

TiGHERNAN, of AirAl of Loch Con. He was of the race of Colla 
Uais, monarch of Erinn. 

Aedhan, Mac Ua Duibhne. 


9. A. * QUINTO roUS APRILIS. 9. 

Aedhach, Mac Ua Elich. 


BrogXn. The Life of Bairrfe, cap. 10, states that Brogan, son of 
Senan, was a pupil of Bairrfe's, and that he used to make three 
lessons every day with him until orders were conferred on 
him, and that he offered himself with his church, ie., Cluain- 
cama, to Bairrfe ; and I think that either this, or the Bvog&n. 
who is at the 27th of June, is he who is mentioned here, for 
every other person of the name is sumamed from a church, or 
from his father, except these only. 


10. b. quarto idus aprilis. 10. 

CUANNA, son of Miodham, of Bos-eo, and at Maghlacha,^ in the 
east of Magh Breagh. He was of the seed of Eima, son of 
Niall, and he was a noble virgin in body and soul, as the gloss 
on the Felire of Aenghus states.^ 

BsRCHitN Aego. 



* And at Jfitghlaeha. The copulative seems to have been introduced here through inad- 
vertence, for in the Martyrology of Tamhlact, and in the gloss on Marian. Gorman (the 
sathori^ for the location of Saints which this Calendar follows^) Ros-oo h placed in 
Haghlacha. (R.) 

s SiaUt. The glois alluded to is as follows : — ** Le., virgo nobilis corpore et spiritu." (T.) 


100 peLme mcc Ncconiti weReMMCCcTi. [april 13. 

11. C. "ceRTCio TOus ccpRilia 11. 

fncccotldcc, Cluana m6i|i TllaoDhoicc a Lai^iB. CCeDh a 
aiiim. T)o fliocc Ccrcaoifi moifi vo, CCiii'd \ii ©yienn an Ca- 
€aoi|i fin ; acuf af lonann mdraifi 'oo Tllao'&occ, acuf 'o'O^ODb 
mac CCinmi|ieach fii Gjienn, attiail aiDeifi an bojvoTha 

T)crDTlN(]CM, ep|X)op, Cille cun^a. 

8eN(5iR, mac TTlaoi 1*001110, pviiomai'5 OCfi'oamacha. 

pfiossacTi, ancoipi. 

HeLiCCS, .1. CCilill TTlucnama, abb mainifqixech 8. tnajiram 1 
cColoin, acuf 'oo muinuiti Tllucnamha vo. 

CCe'Otl, Bchafiai'Dh. 

Senear . 


SseccLLccw. niefaim ^upab e fo Ssealldn Caol 6 Chill c|iom- 
glaifi ifin niiimain, apa n'o^inenn beca ponnCon lomtid-b, 
a^a 'oefiba'fe ^tifiab 1 cCill cyiom^laifi vo hoilea'& Caifippe 
Cpom, mac Cpioni€ain, a^ S^ealldn CaoL be€a TTlochua, 
cap. 19. 

12. *0. pRTOie \yy\is ccpRiLia 12. 

Grwin, epixjop. 

CON'OCC, abb *Oaipe T)achonna la hUlmi. T)o cenel cConaill 
^tilban, mic Weill 'oo. 

13. e. TOibua ccpRilia 13. 

mocticcomdcc, Infi caom. 
RiCCCtlUlll, mac buachalla. 
meic 'CtieRcTiuiR, locha mac Il6n. 
bccscicc, o^h. 

' Borumha: i.e., the tract jh) callwl, which is a hiHton* of the Boroincaii Tribute. (T.) 



Maedhoo, of Cluain-mor Maedhog, in Leinster. Aedh was his 
name. He was of the race of Cathaoir Mor. And Maodhog 
and Aedh, son of Ainmire, monarch of Erin, had the same 
mother, as the Borumha* statea 

Dadhnan, Bishop, of Cill-Cunga. 

Senoir, son of Maeldalua, primate of Ard Macha. 

Frossach, Anchorite. 

Heuas, Le., Ailell, of Mucnamh, abbot of the monastery of St. 
Martin, at Cologne, and he was of the family* of Mucnamh. 

Aedh, of Echaradh. 



Sgeall^n. I think that this is SgealMn Gael, of Cill Cromglaisi, 
in Munster, of whom the Life of Fionnchu makes honourable 
mention, proving that it was at Cill Cromglaisi he and Cairbre 
Crom, son of Crimthann, were fostered, with SgeaUin CaeL 
Life of Mochua, chap. 1 9. 


Ernin, Bishop. 

CONDA, Abbot, of Daire Dachonna, in Ulster. He was of the race 
of Conall Gulban, son of Niall. 


MocHAEMHOO, of Inis Caoin. 
BiACHUiLL, Mac Buachalla. 
The Sons of Terchur, of Loch-mac-Nein. 
Bascia, Virgin. 

' Ftiwiljf- That in, the religioiu) family, or congregation. (R.) 

102 pelme mcc wccomti MenewwacTi. [april 15. 

14. p. "06011110 ocTXxruo cccl. mccii. 14. 

T^CCSSCCCTl, ep|X)op, o Rairh Colpra in UlroiB, .i. ilLeich CochaiL 
OCfe an 'Cay^ach fa 7)0 fiaT) cofip Cp,ifc vo naorh paq[iaicc 
fiia n6cc i imainifn|i 8haBuill, arhail aDeifi be€a pacpaicc, 
cap. . . . , acuf arhail aDeiyipiacc eppucc 'oeifcipul paq[uiicc 
ifin fiann. 

Cilleti, mac Lubnain. TTlefaini sujiab e fo an Cill6n, mac 
LuiBnein, ab biofip,a a'Deifi Cain CC'oamnain. CCon eifein 
TDona naomaiC puaifi CC'oamndn in U|vp.a^Uf, na mna -00 
faofva* sac TDaofiobaiiv, acuf o ^ac fgtdCai'BeacT; "oa fiaitSe 


15. 5. "06011110 «6pT:inio occl. tiicni. 15. 

RucroTlCCM, mac pefigafa, abb Lochfia. Z>\i^ £aoccaic boi ma 
coiThrionol, acuf vo ^eC'Dif a fafa-fe vo §iief gan fao€a|i 
n'oaonna a^a niompiilan5,acr a mbeirh 'oo gnarh a^ efinaifche, 
acuf ace molaT)!! an coim'ohe na n'oula. T)o fiol Oo§ain 
moifi, mic OilioUa Oluim T)Oix)ih .1. Rua^an, mac peyigafa 
biyin, mic Oach-feach, mic T)efia T)uiB, mic T)ai|ie Cefib, mic 
Oiliolla piainn bic, mic pacac Tlliiilleaiain, mic ©ogain 
moifv, mic Oiliolla Oluim. 

OC'Deifv feinlealSap, |io aofDa memyiaim, amail a.'DtiB|ia* 
«5 bp.i^r, 10 pebfvu., 50 fiaiBe Rua^an to€|ia cofThail a 
mbefaiB acuf a mberhai'B |ie TTlara api^aL 

5H6CClla:tl, mac Rocain. 

SCCRMCCC, T)aipinfi ceircne. If vo fliocr Oacha^ha pinn 

|?ua6 naifir, o bpuil bfiisir; ifi-fee. 
m6io T)Hcn5Tiiti, o Chill (10. 

' Life ofPatricl- sUitva. The Tripartite Life lieeniK to be intended, as under the 17th 
if{fr(u The reference in. Lib. iii. cap. 108, Colgan's edition (jTrta* Thnum,.x>. 166, col. 1). (R.) 



Tassach, Bishop, of Rath Colptha, in Ulster, i.e., in Leth-CathaiL 
This is the Tassach who gave the body of Christ to St. Patrick 
in the monastery of Sabhall, as the Life of Patrick states,' chap. 
. . . , and as Fiach, the bishop, disciple of Patrick, states in the 

CiLLEN, son of Lubn^n. I think that this is the Cill^n, son of 
Lubn^n, abbot of Biorra, whom the Cain Adamnain mentions 
as one of the saints whom Adamnan received as security for 
liberating the women from every bond-work, and from every 
slavery to which they had been liable. 



RuADHAN, son of Ferghus, abbot of Lothra. Thei-e were one 
hundred and fifty persons in his congregation, and they used to 
obtain sufficiency always without human labour to sustain 
them, by continually praying to and praising the Lord of the 
elements. He was of the race of Eoghan Mor, son of OilioU 
Olum, i.e., Ruadhan, son of Fergus Bern, son of Eochaidh, son 
of Dera Dubh, son of Daire Cerb, son of Oilioll Flannbeg, son 
of Fiacha Muillethan, son of Eoghan Mor, son of Oilioll Olum. 

A very old ancient book, on vellum, as we have mentioned 
at Brighit, 1st of February, states, that Ruadhan of Lothra was, 
in manners and life, like Matthew the Apostle. 

Greallan, son of Rotan. 

Sarnat, of Dairinis Ceitne. She is of the race of Eochaidh Fionn 
Fuathnairt, from whom is Brighii 

The Sons of Draighen, of Cill Ro. 


- QmUtnin, It wm probably intended that the quatrain ur rann .should have b«en in- 
M>riecl here See Colmran, Trias Thaum.^ p. 3, stanza 27. (T.) • 

104 pelme wcc MccomTi MOReMMcccti. [april J 8. 

16. CC. sexco 'oecitno cccl. nicai« 16. 

miolccil, TYloiia TYliolam. 


17. b. (fuiM'co T)ecimo cccl. nicni. 17. 

T)OMMCCti, Oo^a, abb. G^a ainm oileiii ma fiaiCe layi 'oreachc 
a heifviTiTi 'DO. CCcuf raTi5aTn:;a[i 'oibep.^aife tia paifi^e ran 
ann ^uf an oilen, acuf eiiY^urti a^ celeb|i<r5 oppfimT). Ho 
chuin'Di§ pofifia ^an a mafiba'Dh acr co raiyife'D laif an raip- 
fienn vo iia'oa, acuf ruccfar: "oo an cai|i'De hifin, acuf fio 
•Dicen'Da'5 e layiaiti, acuf "oiaf ayi chaogair 'oia rtiancaiB im- 
maille pt^if. OCcuf ardrx a nanmanna uile i -peinliuBafi 
aifii'Dhe vo leabfiaib na liGtienn, CCo T)\ 616. 

eoctiocrotl, abb Lif moifi, CC? T>\ 634. 

LoicTieM, Cun^a. 

LusTlcci'OTl, mac Gfic i pofVDfiiiini i nT)eal15na OCfail.i. an feifeo* 
maic Cleifieach rajila a]i pocfiaicc a^ "ool 'oon Hoiiti, acuf 
•oa vcu's an cfioicenn "oo bi ai^e pein pona raoB va Blia'5ain 
'065 'oa n'oeyinaDafi na§ TD^omcafi a leaBafi. Oeaia poqfiaicc 
lib. 2, cap. 0. 


18. C. cfuccaro "oeciTDO cal. mccii. 18. 

niolccisi, mac Caipill, abb Leirh^linne, a lxii§ni15. *Oo pliocr; 
piarac pnn, aifvopi Gpenn, 'oo piol 6ip.enioin tk). Hlairhgem 
in§en CCo'fiain, mic S^Byiain |ii CCLban a ma^aifi. CCp va 
ve\i^(xb pin a TDuBpa^ : — 

TTlolaipi lappap, •do teinif), 
TTlac TTlaicseime ITIonaiT), ere. 

1 Tetghal The more recent hand adds here, in Roman characters, ** 17 sancti apud 
Marianum, qui nou habentur in Romano." (T.) 

8 AVw. The more recent hand adds here : " CCTjeifi CCeii^ap j;ti|il)^xic niaii\riTii 
[Aengiis ^ays that they wen* martyrs] ; ut acrip^imius iuquit Afari. Taml in libn» 



MiOLAN, of M6in-Miolam. 




17. b. quinto decimo kal. mail 17. 

DoNNAN, of Ega, Abbot. Ega is the name of aii island in which 
he was, after his coming from Ei-in. And there came robbers of 
the sea on a certain time to the island when he was celebrating 
masa He requested of them not to kill him imtil he should 
have the mass said, and they gave him this respite ; and he was 
afterwards beheaded and fifty-two of his monks along with 
him. And all their names are in a certain old book of the 
books of Erin,' AD. 616. 

EocHAiDH, Abbot of Lis-m6r, AD. 634. 

LoiCHEN, of Cong. 

LuoHAlDH, son of Ere, at Fordruim, in Dealbhna Assail, i.e., one 
of the six students who met Patrick on his going to Rome, and 
to whom he gave the hide which he had under his side for 
twelve years, of which they made a satchel for their books. 
Life of Patrick, book 2, chap. 5^. 

Garbhan. . 

18. c. quarto decimo kal. mail 18. 

MoLAissi, son of Cairell, Abbot of Leithghlinn, in Leinster. He 
was of the race of Fiatach Finn, king of Erin, of the seed of 
HeremoiL Maithghem, daughter of Aedlian, son of Gabhran, 
king of Alba, was his mother. In proof of which was said : 

" Molaissi, a flame of fire, 

Son of Maithghem of Monadh," &c. 

ma^o." The Martyrology of Aengus has, 'oixebamj TDap,r|ia 'TDuaDi, "He (Donnan) 
ascended in victorioufl martyrdom.'* The Mart, of Tamhlai-ht has, " Donnain Ega cum suis 
liL quorum nomina in niajore libro scrib^imuii.*' (T.) 

• Chap. 5. The reference \a to the Tripartite Life, but the cliapter i» marked ix. in 
Colgan'B edition, Trias Tknum.^ p. 130, col. 2. (K.) 

106 pelme mcc wcconiTi NenewNacTi. [april 21. 

CC'oeifi feinleaBa|i |io aon)a TnemiiaiTn go fiaiBe niolai]^ 
Lerglinne copnail ma befoiB acuf ma tSechai-b fie bonipa- 
zyuy papa. 

BogCCt^, eap|X)op. 

Lcc^ccR, ogh, m^en Oo^am TYlai§ne. 

19. X). Tenno "06011110 cal. mcai. 19. 

meic euccc, T)hapmai5h. 
Lcci88e, o^h, o Cluam mmu 

20. 6. "oucoecimo ccct rncai. 20. 

^obTiccnrcciM, epix^op. 

Se'OHCCcTi, epix)op. 


SiOMCCcTl, Infi Clorhpann, d^ "O^ 719. 

21. p. uM'oecimo cat. niccii. 21. 

maoLHUbTia:, mac eal^anaig, 7)0 chenel Oo^am mic Weill, abb 
bennchaip, acuf |vo befmaigh |>of m CClbam .1. m CCpun 
Cyioffan, CC^ T)l 721. taxcx"^ blia-fean a aeif an ran po pai-o 
a fpipoc. 8uail5feac amm a rhcrcap. No ^oniba 1 ^uBcain 
m§en Se'ona i^up CoTTi^aill a thdiaip. 

beRCCCTl, abb bennchaip, CC? T)\ 663. 
buStiwcc, 1 'Cip bpeTKin. 
NlN'Oi'oTl, Cluana caoi. 
NcciM'Oi'oTl, Cpuaiche. 

1 Darmagh, The more recent hand adds here, " 6 T)e|irhtii^f secundum Marian.*' " Of 
Dermagh, according U) Marianus.^' It is the gl<»s8, however, not the text of Mariaiiui* 
Gorman, that has the words 6 "Oeiiriiaig. (T ) 

^ Fkinn. The more recent hand adds, mac Tnaoirfoiiin, "son of Maelduin." (T.) 


A certain very old ancient vellum book states that Molaisi, 
of Leithghlinn, was, in his manners and life, like Boniface the 

EoGHAN, Bishop. 

Lassar, Virgin, daughter of Eoghan, of Maighin. 


The Sons of Erc, of Darmagh.' 
Laisse, Virgin, of Cluain Mind. 



Sedrach, Bishop. 


SiONACH, of Inis Clothrann, A.D. 719. 


21. f. undbctmo kal. mail 21. 

Maelrubha, son of Ealganach, of the race of Eoghan son of Niall, 
abbot of Bennchar, and he blessed also a church in Alba, 
Le., at Apurcrossan, AD. 721. He was 80 years of age when 
he resigned his spirit. Suaibhseach was the name of his mother ; 
or Subhthan, daughter of Sedna, the sister of Comhgall, was 
his mother. 

Berach, Abbot of Bennchar, A.D. 663. 

BuGHNA, in Tir Bretan' 

NiNNiDH, of Cluain-CaoL 

Naindidh, of Cruach.* 

3 Tit Brttan: ie., in the land of BriUin, or Waleik (T.) 

* Crwich, The more recent hand adds here, in Roman characters, ** Edilvalduj*, Alar,'' 
Marianas ha« CDitalx) 05 eivgnaf '* Edilald, illut»trioius virpii.'' (T.) 

108 pelme ncc wccomti MeueMMCCcTi. [april 24. 

22. 'g. "oecimo cat mcni. 22. 

HuippiNe, ep|H)op, ^l-inne va Loch acuv betitichaiji. 
CuilLeccMM, epjx^op, Lemchoille. 
Scastiwel acuf LucticcM, CCnThai^he. 
neactlDCtlN, macUa baifiT). 


23. OC. NOMO cccl. nicni. 23. 

lobcm, epixjop. *Oo fiol Ifieoil, mic Conaill Che]inai5 vo, acuf 
La]Y«|x T)0 *0eifil5 bpeccg a thdraifi. CCf i a cheall becc 
6|ie .1. inif pi pojx Tnuijx atnui^ la hUiB Ceinnfealai§ a 
Lai^iiiB. Ceirjie blia'Bna ap ceirpe ceT) a aoip an ran po 
pai-D a i^iopor, CC? X>\ 500. 

CC'oeip peinleaBap po aopDa mempuim ma bppi€ TTlaptxip- 
laic TTlaoilpuain 'Canilacra acup coiiianmanna naorh na 
hOp-enn, 50 paitSe copniailep beup acup becai'o a^ eai^jucc 
loBaip pe h&oin baipDre. 

*0eipt5piup 'oeappucc lubaip .1. TYlilla macaip CCbbain. 
be€a CCbain, cap. 1. 

Sucauleactl, abb Lmne *Ouachaille, CC? *0! TT^j. 

TYlCCCCOise, In-oe'binen. 


miCDlNactl, In'oei'Dnen. 


24. b. ocTxruo cat tncni. 24. 

*OiccRmcar, ep]x:ob. 

Lu^tlCCi'Otl, paccapi:. *Oo cenel Go^ain, mic Neill. 

Coipp, in§en Chaopnain, Cluana Ciochmai^he, o§. 

eecccTi'cccM ^eccctit: mioscnsti. 

ecCMeccctl, mac Conchar^hpach. 

1 hidedfiintn. This in the Kamc name an that which occurs two lines after. Diith are 
written iirneiTmeiti in the f^lotA on Marianas, which ali*o placcH lU'oe'Dnen over the name 
Suairloach. (R.) 



RuiFFiNE, Bishop, of Gleann-da-loch and of Bennchar. 
CuiLLEANN, Bishop, of LeamhchoilL 
Saiqhnel and Luchan, of Anmhagh. 
Neachtain, macUa Baird. 


23 A. NONO KAL. MAIL 23. 

lOBHAR, Bishop. He was of the race of Irial, son of Conall Cear- 
nach ; and Lassar, of the Deisi of Bregia, was his mother. Beg- 
Ere is his church, i.e., an island which is out in the sea, outside 
of the Ui Ceinnsealaigh, in Leinster. He was four hundred and 
four years old when he resigned his spirit, A.D. 600. 

A very ancient old vellum book, containing the Martyrology 
of Maelruain of Tamhlacht and the sjnionymous saints of Erin, 
states, that Bishop lobhar had a similarity of manners and life 
with John the Baptist. 

The sister of Bishop lobhar, i.e., Milla, was the mother of 
Abban. Life of Abban, chap. 1. 

SUAIRLEACH, Abbot, of Linn Duachaille, AD. 774. 

Maccoige, of Indedhin^n.* 


MlANNACH, of Indeidhn^n. 


24. B. OCTAVO KAL. MAIL 24 . 

Dlabmait, Bishop. 

LUGHAIDH, Priest. Of the race of Eoghan, son of Niall. 

CoiPP, daughter of Caem&n, of Cluain Ciochmagh, Virgin. 

Seachtan Seacht Miosaigh.* 

Egneach, son of Cucathrach. 

^Seachl Mioatngh: Le., of the seven reliquaries. The gloss in Marianas Gorman reads, 
reccin?p'D,.and the Mart. Taml. has Seccan 7 ^ecr mipT). (T.) Or, the epithet may 
«ignih' * of seven months' in the womb. 

110 peliRe Mcc MCConiTi MeneMMacli. [april 26. 

puilew, T)fiommccco. 
pNCtieall, o^h. 
meic baoDticciw. 
meic CaolbticroTi. 

25. C. sep-cimo cat. mcni. 25. 

tnacccciHe, epfcdp. *Oa|xefvca fiufi vo poqfxaicc a rtidCaifi, 
acuf a cCjxtiachdii bpi^h Ole a nUib Pail§e ora a chell, 
ceo -O'. 489. 

IfG TTIac Ccnlle -do f ui-Bi-B caille a|x naorh b|iif;ir; cm rem vo 
chuai'B DO gaBcnl 5Tvcr5 aiq[ii§e o en)ucc THeL beCa bfiij^Di, 
cap. 17. 

eliT:Tim, Cluana 5©ip. 

•OeocTlCClM meM*D, Cluana CCtxarhaiji. 

•Oi5ti*De, ogh. 

LuSNCC, Leqfvach. 

tHOXOCC, elirhi|v *Oeichrefi, in^en niuifie^ai§ Tnuiiroeips, 
tii§ UlcrB a ttiotaifi, acuf macai|x en^uicc SanTOin. 

26. X>. sexco ccxL mccii. 26. 

Cccs, beiTDchaiji. 
becccM, Cluana. 
'OiOTTlTTldcc, Cluana caoin. 




^ Drommata. The gloss in Mar. Gonnan reads, "Op^Tna oca. (T.) 

s Caomnei. The more recent hand adds here, " Caoinnac Ctiile cio£fni]i|^e, [Caommit 
of Cuilciochmagh,] Afart. Taml" (T.) 

^Baethan, The more recent hand adds, "TTlic begcnn [son of Began], Mart. TamL** 
The Brussels MS. reads Ulic beq;ain. (T.) 

* ElUhir. This word signifies a pilgrim, and may not perhaps be a proper name. (T.) 


FuiLEN, of Drommat* 

FiNCHEALL, Virgin. 


The Sons of Baethan.® 

The Sons of Caelbhadh. 

25. C. septtmo kal. mail 25. 

Maccaille, Bishop. Darerca, the sister of Patrick, was his mo- 
ther; and his church is at Cruachan Bri-Ele in Ui-Failghe, 
A.D. 489. 

It was Maccaille that placed the veil on Saint Bridget, when 
she went to receive the order of penitence from Bishop MeL Life 
of Bridget, chap. 17. 

Eltthir,* of Cluain Geisi. 

Deacon Menn,* of Cluain Arathair. 

DiGHDE, Virgin. 

Lughna, of Leter. 

Matog, Pilgrim. Deichter, daughter of Muireadhach Muinderg, 
king of XJladh, was his mother, and the mother of Bishop 

26. D. SEXTO KAL. MAIL 26. 

Cas, of Bennchar. 

Becan, of Cluain. 

DiOMMOG, of Cluain-caoin. 





The Daughters of Cuan.^ 

It occtm, however, as a proper name at Jan. 7, and May 12, and seems to answer to the 
Hibemo-Italian PdUgrvd of Aug. 1. (R.) 

^Dtaeon Memu The more recent hand adds, "Secundum Mar. *Oeo£tiin I4enn, 
[Deacon Nenn] .i. ut Tidetur Nennius." (T.) 

*CWaii. The more recent hand adds, '*25 Apr. Ingena Cuancnn." This seems in- 
tended to suggest that the ** Daughters of Cuan," here entered, may be the same as the 
** Daughters of Cuanan** mentioned [m the Mart. TViiw^] on the 25th of April. (T.) 

112 velme mcc mccottiIi MeneMMcccli. [apbil 29. 

27. G. cfuiMTo ccct iTicai. 27. 

ULtxtn, bftdiaift puftfa. 
LeccccM, epfcob. 


28. p. (iiiccRro cal. incai. 28. 

Coipp, iTigen *OioTnTna. 

Cromccm, Huif' cfie. 

CaoRNcai, Cluana ech. 

LuistinstieRN, mac Ua 'Cyicrco. 1]^ pi i 'Cuaim ponnloca 

1 T:'Cfvaq[iai§e. b]xi§, in^en pofiannain, mic ConuilU tnic 'Coc- 

r;aiTi, mic CCmal^a'Ba, T)6i|xt5fiu|x vo THaolairgem a mcrBcnji. 

CCT)ei|x beca THic Cjxeice, cap. 12, ^ufiab annfin vo bi Luig- 

8itibtiNe, ^cellice. 

29. 'g. reuno cat. mcni. 29. 

bTieccccM, epfcop, TYlm^he bile. 

ltliCTli"Otl, o Chill luicfii'5, abb Cluana mic T4oif, OC? ^O^ 748. 

T)omaiNSllUl, ep^x^op, o 'Cuaim TTIUfCfiai^e .i. mac pionnloga, 

b|iacai|x vo b|ienainn, mac pionnlo^a, oca a|x fliofe Ceip, mic 

Pejx^ui^a, mic Hofa, mic Hu'Bftai§e. 
•OOMMCCM, faccartT:. 
CoiMiM^eccM, acui^ poba T)alT:a ifi'oe vo TTIac "Cail Cille cuilinn, 

acuf If r;|xnEe fio eccnai^ior: cleijx Lai§en mac TaiL (5l"cnv 


J That is : Le., buried, or venerated at. (T*) 

* Lidffhtiffem vat: i.e., that Luightif^^ern was also buried (or venerated) at the same 
place. (T.) 

'SctUic. The more recent hand adds, ".i. 8ceitic TTlicit [Scelig Michael, an i«land 
off the coast of Kerry] ut videtur." (T.) 

* A,D. 748. The more recent hand has written 752, over the figures 748. (T.) 



Ultan, brother of Fursa. 
Leccan, Bishop. 



CoiPP, daughter of Diomma. 

Cronan, of Ros-Cre. 

Caernan, of Cluain-eaeh. 

LuiGHTiGHERN, mac Ua Trato. It is he that is* at Tuaim-fionn- 
locha in Tratraighe. Brigh, daughter of Foraiinan, son of Conall, 
son of Tochtan, son of Amhalgaidh, sister of Maelaithghin, was 
his mother. The Life of Maccreiche states, chap. 1 2, that it was 
there Luightigem was.^ 

SuiBHNE, of Scellic* 


Brecan, Bishop, of Magh-bile. 

LuiCHRiDH, of CiU Luichridh, abbot of Cluain-mic-Nois, A.D. 748.* 

DoMAlNGEN, Bishop, of Tuaim Muscraighe, i.e., son of Fionnlugh, 

brother of Brenainn, son of Fionnlugh, who was of the race of 

Ciar, son of Fergus, son of Bos, son of Rudhraighe. 
DONNAN, Priest. 
CoiNiNGEAN.* She was pupil to Mac Tail, of Cill-Cuillinn, and it 

was on account of her the clergy of Leinster denounced Mac 

Tail (0lo88 of Aenghua,^) 

^Coiningean, The more recent hand inserts "ajp ip-Dfi Cuac Citl/O Ponnmaige 
a nmb Peneclaip a bpotvcuafcuib Laij;en. ^/or." *'She is Cuach, of CiU Fionn- 
maijl^e, in Ui Feneclais in Fortnatlia Laigen. Marian" But this note is in the gloss, not 
in the text of Marianus Gorman. (T.) 

• Ghsa o/Aenghus, This reference to the gloss or scholia on Aengus is in the original 
hand. (T.) 


114 pelme mcc nccomli ueueMNCccTi. [april 30. 

•OiOCtlU, o 8aBalL CCf cofrhail gufiab 6 fo *Oichti, mac Tfiicim 
oca T)o t'IioCt: picrcac pinn aifi'Ofii Otienn, acuf gtiT^b 6 xni^ 
8abhall vo poqfiaicc, acuf piftab •do -do 015 an bennachi: oifi- 
"oeiiic, acuf "oaix §eall plai^ef niThe aiDail oca ifin pann ai:a 
1 mberai'B pacfiaic : — 

OeriTiacc *0e po|i THcoin, 
"Oo fwro 'Darhfa an Saball, 
Rombiafom 'oia eife, 
lleirfiteac ^le^e glanoll, ere. 

CCza T11oT)icu "DO i^liocc bjxiain, mic 6&5ac tHui^e^tn, 
acuf Dob ei'Di|x pifiab lonann e acuf THcu, -00 fieitimafi €11151*0 

pccctiNa, .1. manac vo tHofuTKi. (CConguv.) 

ewcCM, infi CCe^o. 

30. CC pRi"oie cccl. mccii. 30. 

pccolctiu, epfcop. 

HOMCCN, Liarhfioif 1 cConailliB tTDtufiT^heiThne 1 nUllxoilS. 

CiccRCCM, Cluana 8ofT;a. 

Luit:, o^h, 6 T)|xuini T)aifi15|ieach. 

[poRCCMMCCN, mac Honctin, o *Ooninac mop niui§e peihin, acup 
o bhallpop 1 bppangcuifi, ppiomai^ OCp-omaca. CCcup gomcrft 
ap pliocT: CCipr; Cuipb, mic pacac 8ui§De vo beit] 

^ The same as Dichu. This cannot be. Dichu of Sabhall, and his six brothers, La^- 
haire of Dun, Ailill of Magh-bile [Movilla], Dnirthecht of Aendmim [Mahee Island!, 
Eoghan of Cillcleithi [Kilclief], Bos of Dundalethglas [Downpatrick], and Niall of Cill- 
cleithi [Kilclief], were sons of Trichem, a chief of Uladh, who was of the race of Fiatach 
Finn, the ancestor of the Dal Fiatach, a strictly Ultonian tribe, and all their churches 
were within his territory ; whereas Modichn was brother of St. Bairre of Cork, and son of 
Aimergen, who was ninth in descent from Brian son of Eochaidh Moighmedhoin, the 
founder of a distinguished Connacian family. (R.) 

*Aenghu$, The words Tnoma6 t>o THo^i'Da are quoted from the Scholia on the Felire 
of Aengus. (T.) 



DioCHU, of SabhalL It is likely that this is the Diehu, son of 
Trichem, of the race of Fiatach Finn, monarch of Erin ; and 
that it was he that gave Sabhall to Patrick ; and that it was to 
him Patrick gave the famous blessing by which he promised 
Iiim the kingdom of heaven, as in the quatrain which is in the 
Life of Patrick : — 

'^ The blessing of God on Diehu, 
Who gave me the Sabhall ; 
He shall be thereafter 
Heavenly, splendid, most famous, &c" 

There is a Modichu, of the race of Brian, son of Eochaidh 
Muighmhedhoin, and it may be that he is the same as Diehu,* 
as some understand. 

FiACHAN, i.e., a monk of Mochuda's. (AeTighus,^) 

Enan, of Inis Aego.' 


Faelchu, Bishop. 

RoNAN, of liathros, in Conaille Muirtheimhne, in Uladh. 

ClARAN, of Cluain-Sosta. 

Lurm, Virgin, of Druim-dairbhreach. 

[FORANNAN,* son of Ron&n, of Domhnach-m6r Maighe Feimhin, 
and of Walsor* in France, primate of Ard Macha. And it seems 
that he is of the race of Art Corb, son of Fiacha Suighdhe.] 

*/iiM Jtgo, The name Aego occurs in this Calendar at Jan. 12, and Apr. 10 (pp. 14, 
981, mpra^ and may refer, as weU as this, to the island of Egg in Scotland ; although at 
Aporil 17 (p. 104), where that is undoubtedly the place intended, it is written Eagcu There 
is ako Ard-A^go at Dec 22. See Reeves's note to Adamnan's St. Columba, p. 308. (R.) 

« Fonmmaiu This paragraph is in the more recent hand. See Colgan, Actt SS. p. 152. 
His Life is giren by the Bollandists, at the 30th of April, and by Mabillon, Actt SS., 
Ord. S. Bened., torn. ylL, p. 575, sq. He died A.D. 982. (T.) 

' WaUoTy Wakiodorium, or Wassor, on the Mense, diocese of Li^ge. (T.) 


11(3 peliTie na naomti MeueiiNcccTi. [may i. 

1. b. ccclew^is man. i. 

WCCTXtlCCOimtie, abb 'Chifie "oa §laf, bficrcaiix Caoirhsine. Cae- 
mell, in^en Ceinnpionnain, mic CeifG, a maraifi a|i aon. 

CCe"oTl56iW, epfcop, acuf abb poBaifi, CC9 X>\ 766. 

bTiecccCM, epfcob. TTIefaiT) •oaoine gufiab 6 fo bfiecon OCifine 
acuf [a] cCiU bftecdin i T^T^uoftrhtirhaiTi, acuf oca vo fliofe 
Cofibmaic caif , mic Oiliolla Oluim. 

bcCMbccM, faccaftT:. CCT:a banBctn, mac T)onn§aile, aji fliofix; 
Piachac 8tii§De, mic pei'Blimi'o Heachrmaiti. 

CecclLcCM, Ua pachfiach. 

T)iUcTloLl, Cluana bfiaoni. 

Ul'cccw, mac TllaoilT:fneacT:a. 





0i88eiN. CC'Dei|x Cam CC-oamndiTi gufiab 'oona hufuwrboiB naoih^ 
puaifi CCT)amndn na mud -do faofia^ o gac biioiT), acuf o ^ac 
letqiom va fiaiBe ofifia Oifin, mac S^-^^f* ^^^ Cluana pefira 
THolua, acuf m pagaim Oinpeii© «T^ t>i€ ele gon bei€ ofi na 
ainmniu§a6 6 cill ei^in acr; 6 fo, acuf Offe^© «ca 22 lulu. 

I Maolttneackia, The more recent hand adds : "Oafitem aye 'oexOoi(\jatcni[\, Paol«nn 
aciip Pti|\|*a, qui eoDem -oie colicuti (perhaps we should read coiuntur) P<ypp|*i 
ecceceyia- *' I think he is the brother of Faolan and Fursa, who are venerated on the 



Nathchaoimhe, Abbot of Tir-dfi-ghlas, brother of Caoimhghin. 

Caemell, daughter of Cennfhionn&ii, son of Ceis, was the mother 

of both. 
Aedhgeik, Bishop, and abbot of Fobhar, A.D. 766. 
Brecan, Bishop. Some think that this was Brecan of Ara, and 

of Gill Brecain, in Thomond, and who is of the race of Corbmac 

Gas, son of Oilill Olmn. 
Banban, Priest. There is a Banbhan, son of Donnghal, of the 

race of Fiacha Suighdhe, son of Feidhlimidh Reachtmhar. 
Ceallan, Ua Fiachrach. 
DiucHOLL, of Cluain-Braoin. 
UltIn, son of Maolsneachta.^ 




OISSEN. The C&Ln Adhamhnain states that of the holy sureties 
whom Adamnan found to free the women fix)m every captivity 
and from every distress that was upon them, was Oisin, son 
of Glas, abbot of Cluain-ferta Molua, and I do not find any 
other Oissene who is not named from some church, except this, 
and the Oissene who is on the 22nd of July. 

name day at Foi*Hie, &!*.*" Fo8tMC was a monaMtcr>' in Belgium. See ColganV Collection;:, 
on SS. Faolan and Fursa, Ifi Jan., Attt. SS., pp. 75-105. (T.) 

118 peliTie wa nccomTi weueMnacti. [may 3. 

2. C. «exco MOMCca nicni. 2. 

WeaclTCCClN, 'oeix^iptil pdqfiaicc, 6 Chill uinche i cConailliB 
THuiftT^heiThne, acuf o piitonTiaBai|x CCBa, pojx bfiu boinne. 
tUac -DO LiaTtiaiti fiujx poqiaicc 6, acuf of aifie fin a T>eifire|i 
TTIac Leathna fiif. 

pactiRa, abb 6 OpafiT) Ua n*Ofiona. 

Colniccw, naomh. 


3. T). qmnzo nonces tdccii. 3. 

Conlcce'oll, epixiop Chille T)a|xa, acuf ba hefi-oe cefi-o bni^De, 
0C9 T>\ 519. Hoincenn a t&o ainni, "oo fliochi: Lao§ai|i^ Luipc, 
TT11C U^aine T116i|v If on Lao^aifie Lotic fin tk) bi na fij 
Bf enn crccro Lai§ni§. 

CcciRpTie, epfcop, Tlltiige bile. 

"OcciRCtieall, epfcop, 6 ^^I'^onn -oa locha. 

"Mem, epfcop, 6 T)|xtiini T)allain. 

SCCRNOX, in§en TTIaolam, banabb. tHefaim gufab \ fo acd 
tHolinj T)o ctiiThniu§a'5 ipn foaif "oa n^oifceji bopoinie, an 
can T)o cuai'B fe o Lai^niB T)ia|Xf ai^ maiime no bopoiiiie aji 

Leic Cuinn : — 

lonrham ceatyuifi comal ndn 
Blcomac, acuf CCof)dn, 
8a|\nauan, Colmnaran cam, 
tloca liomfa nac lomfiam. 

SCCCWOCCI, Cille Cobfiainne (.i. 8canT)al, mac bfea|»ail, mic 

enna, mic Weill,) "oalca Coluim cille. 
CLoDtiacTi, epfcop. 



iM^TieNCC OiseeiN, 6 Rairh eich. 

[TnoctlOtlMCC. Marian, et Mart Taml] 

"^ Rouicheann. The more recent hand adds, "Vide CDnlaedh," whoae fir.-t name was 
Roincenn. (T.) See under Conla^lh above. 



Neachtain, disciple of Patrick, of CiU-Uinche, in Conaille-Muir- 
theiinhne, and of Fionnabhair-Abha, on the brink of the Boinn. 
He was the son of Liamhain, sister of Patrick, and for this 
reason he was called Mac Leamhna. 

Flachra, Abbot of Erard, in Ui-Drona. 

CoLMAN, the holy. 



CoNLAEDH, Bishop, of Cill-dara, and he was Brighit*s artificer, 
A.D. 619. Roincenn was his first name. He was of the race 
of Laeghaire Lore, son of Ugaine M6r. From this Laeghaire 
Lore, who was monarch of Erin, the Leinstermen are deacended. 

Cairpre, Bishop, of Maghbile. 

Daircheall, Bishop, of Gleann-da-locha. 

Nem, Bishop, of Drum Dallain. 

Sarnat, daughter of Mael^, abbess. I think that it is she that 
Moling commemorates, in the history which is called the Bo- 
raimhe, when he went from the Leinstermen to ask a remission 
of the Borumean tribute from Leth Chuinn: — 

^* Dear the four of noble power, 
ElcomaCy and Aedhan, 
Samatan, Colmnatan the fair, 
It is not to me that they are not dear.*' 

ScANNAL, of Cill Cobrainne, (i.e., Scannal, son of Breasal, son of 

Enna, son of Niall,) the pupil of Colum Cille. 
Clothach, Bishop. 

The Daughters of Oissen, of Rath-eich. 
[MocHONNA.' Marianua, and Martyrology of Tamlacht.] 

^JIoL'hoMia. The cUiuiie within bracket? is in the more recent hand. (T.) 

120 pelme wcc nccomti weneNiicccTi. [may 8. 

4. e. qticcRrx) uomccs mcni. 4. 

CCo'Dtl, mac bftic. 

Cromccm, mac Cuimmeine, o 8liab BbliiTDi i TTIUTtiain. 
[TYlocTltlCC, mac Cuimine, i 8lei6 Giblinne, acuf 8ioll€CM, "oea- 
coin — ex pe. CCenguif .] 

5. "p. T:eTiT:io Mowas mccii. 5. 

paolccn pOMN, Chille Colmai. 



6. 5. pRi"oie M0NCC8 niccii. 6. 

ColmcCN, locha echin. 

7. OL wowas mcni. 7. 

bencccM acur tHocTiiccROCC, no moctiuccROCC, 6 echT>|xuim 
bfiecain, 1 ccoiccfnch *Oal nCCftai'Be acuf T)al HioDa ; no 1 
TTIui^ ITlucftaimhe in lafirajx Connachr; aca *Ooifte 6chT)fioma. 
*Oo fliocx; peyx^uif, mic Hofa, oca vo fliocT: Ifi, mic niili'5 
•DO Chiafiocc .1. T)o fboci: Cei|i, mic Pefi^ufa, mic Rofa, mic 

Ixrssccn, d^h. 

8. b. ocrccuo i-otia mccii. 8. 

Uumo, ai|iT)epfcop CCr;ha cliccch, CC® X>\ 750. 

*Oafilem afe fo llifie, eafpucc, mac Cuain, occa a|i fliocT; 
Conaijxe, mic tHo^a Lama, "oo bi na fii§ Ofienn, acuf orxx "oo 
t^l Giftemoin. 

1 Brec. The more recent hand has added here, ^^ Marian. Mart. TatnL" (T.) 
3 Cummmn. The more recent hand has written ai over the vowels ei of Ctummeme in 
the text; and adds at the end of the paragraph, "Sed Mart Taml. vocal TTIodiia mac 
Cuimene.^ The words of the Mart. Taml. in the Bnisij«ls MS. are, " Mocua mac Coimmiiii, 
1 8leib eiRinin." (T.) 

* Aen{fhuis. The paraf^uph within brackets is in the more recent hand. (T.) 

* Ectbrict. The more recent hand adds, *' Saxo, Mart. Taml. et Marian.** This is, no 
douht, S. Eadbcrt, bishop of Lindisfame, who is comnu-morated on the 6th of May in the 
Roman Martymlopy. (T ) 



Aedh, son of Brec.* 

Cronan, son of Crnnmain^ of Sliabh Ebhlinne, in Munster. 

[MocHUA, son of Cuimine, in Sliabh Eibhlinne, and SiOLLAN, the 

deacon — ex Felire Ae7tghui8.^'\ 


Faelan Finn, of Gill Cholmai. 
Sen AN. 



CoLMAN, of Loch Echin. 

7. A. NONAS MAIL 7. 

Berchan and Mochiarog,* or Mochuar6g, of Echdniim-Brecain, 
on the confines of Dal-Araidhe and Dal-Biada ; or in Magh 
Mucraimhe in the west of Connacht, are veturated at Doire 
Echdroma. Ciarog is of the i*ace of Fergus, son of Ros, of the 
race of Ir, son of Milidh, i.e., of the race of Ciar, son of Fergus, 
son of Ros, son of Rudhraighe. 

Lassar, Virgin. 


WiRO, Archbishop, of Ath-cliath, A.D. 750. 

I think that this Wiro, bishop, son of Cuan,^ is of the race of 
CJonaire, son of Moghlamha, who was king of Erin, and who is 
of the progeny of Eremon. 

^Mockiarog, The more recent hand has written the following note on this word: — 
"liToeach "OTtoma "Daifie ug p. (Xongcnp ubi Tllo6uai\occ, non Tnoaa|i65, tic hic 
ec apuT) p^tifie TTlaeitmaiiie: 8e<l Hecnindum Tumlact Cmfian I'oetn ec ITIocotTnoj;. 
Videtur o»«e TYlocia|i05 »ancta." '* Indeach, of Druim Daire, is in the Felire of Aengu;*, 
where we have Mochuarog, not Mochiarog, as here and in the Martyrology of MarianuK ; 
hut according to that of Tamlacht^ * Ciaran idem et Mocholniog.* Mochiarog seems to be 
a female saint" (T.) 

*8fm oj'Cvan. C-olgan gives his genealogy, Actt. SS., p. 542, chap. .3. (T.) 

122 velme na Maomti NetieMMacTi. [biay 10. 

CommccM, o 'Chijh niec pionncham. 


9. C. 8epT:imo mus mcni. 9. 

^CCMCCCCtl, mac ^amtiel Chemnifil, epfcop, o Chill -oa le]\ 
T>e\chze\u in^en Tllui|ieT)hai§ THuin'oeifig, fti Ula^, a Tiiara»]\, 
acuf iTiduai[i TTlacoc ailiiijx. 

bccNbccM, e^nai'B. 




10. X). sexco i"oti8 incai. 10. 

Comtisall, abb bennchuitx UlaD. *Oo fiol Ifieoil, mic Conaill 
Che|xnai§ v6. pefi Idn vo fiach *0e acuf -oa gtid'oh an pefixx). 
Pe|i fio oil, acuf fio leixii§ iliomar; too naorhaiB oile, inafi 
o^ain, acuT* mafi la^ T:eine 'DOThucra ^fiafta T)e ma cqxite, 
acuf ina TnenniannaiB, arhail af pollaf i feinlitiB|\uib1i 
Bfienn. ttToeiix Cuimm Con'ooifie sufiab gaca 'Dotrinaig tk) 
cai€e^ Cornwall bia'5. OC^jX) majx aT)ei|x i^^n 'oan T>atiab T:6f , 
CapaiT* pac|iaicc puifir; tHa^a, e^. : — 

Ca|iaif Comsall cenn UIot), 
8aoft ^ac floTinao "oa i^inneDh, 
bennactiT: a\i cofip on cobnaig 
Sctca 'DortiTiaig no loin^eDh. 

CCT)eip be€a Ciapain Cluana jujiab -oona hocc nojiTxntS vo 
bi in epinn op-o Corhgaill. 
OCT)eip peinleaBap po aopDa meamptiini arhail ccca 05 

1 Soffe. The more recent hand ad<L», " Sapiens. Mart, TumlJ^ (T.) 
^Cenmav. The more recent hand adds, **'Oabiucin, Mar. Videtur esse quem Mart 
Ttiml. vocat T>ab^iec6j; Tuanm "Oyieatnan, Maii." The meaning; i:«, that the iwint 
whi> is recorded on thiH day by Marianun O'Gorman, under the name of Dubricin (Bru&se\f* 


CoMMAN, of Tigb mic-Fionnchain. 




Sanctan, son of Samuel Ceinnisel, Bishop, of Cill-da-les. Dechter, 
daughter of Muireadhach Muinderg, king of XJladh, was his 
mother, and the mother of Mat6c, the pilgrim. 

Banban, sage.' 





Comhoall, Abbot of Bennchor-Uladh. He is of the race of Irial, 
son of Conall Ceamach. A man full of the grace of Qod and 
of BAb love was this man. A man who fostered and educated 
very many other saints, as he kindled and lighted up an un- 
quenqhable fire of the love of God in their hearts, and in their 
minds, as is evident in the old books of Erin. Cuimin, of 
Condoire, says that it was every Sunday (ytily that Comhgall 
used to eat food. Thus, he says, in the poem which begins — 
" Patrick of the fort of Macha loves," &c. : — 

'* Comhgall, head of Uladh, loves, 

Noble is every name that he named, 
A blessing on the body of the sage. 
Every Sunday he used to eat." 

The Life of Ciar&n, of Cluain, states, that the order of Comh- 
gall was one of the eight orders that were in Erin. 

A very old vellum book, which is already refei^^ed to at 

MS. Dabiiccm), is the same irbom the Blart of Tamlacht calls " Dabrccog, of Tuam- 
Drenuui.*' (T.) 

124 pelme mcc Maomti MeTiewwcccti. [may 12. 

bjii^ix:, 10 peb. 50 iiaiBe coffnailef bef, actif berhaiT) 05 

Cornwall benncuiji le hiacop apfcol, exxez^ 
"Oeich la afi ijfii mio|xii15 a|i cao^a blicrohan an ab-oame 

•DO .xc. bliff5an a aoif tiile, CC9 T)\ 600. 
COMMlcc, epyxjop, mac Lemne. 
TTlotl^lOMOC, Cltiana Caoitichne. 
(XeT)ti, mac Co|ibmaic. 
[CcrccclT)U8, ep]X)op, 'CaMftenz 1 Le^tiiB.] 

11. 6. guiMro iT)U8 mcni. 11. 

CaoimtistiiM, abb. 

SeNactl, ^oBa, mac Grhchen, 6 CCifiiti'5 bfioyxja, poji Loch ei|ine. 

Criodccm, mac lolla'oon, acuf CoubTnccc, faccaiir, in CCcha'oh 

Pnnich, p)\i bjiti "OoT^hfia in Uibh "OtinchaDha in ia|ira|i 

Lai^en ccccco. 
pONNTxriN, Cltiana caoin. 

tccssccR, o^h. 
tustlCClTl, loCaji. 

12. p. (juccRro iT)U8 mcai. 12. 

tleRC fJCCSCCC, o 'Chtilaig Lif a nUiB eachach llla^oh. CCciif 
5omff5 aji fliocr CCijir; Cuijib, mic pachach 8uigDe no bei€ 

BLirm, TTluicinfi pofi Loch T)ei|i5 T)efic. 

Lu^ticce'Dli, mac CCen^huixx, yxiccajiT; 6 'Ci^h Ltira 1 po€a|iTXii!S 

T)iOTnnia:, maic Caif. 


1 Cathaldus. This paragraph within brackets is in the more recent hand. Lelka ij» the 
Irish name of Italy. Cathaldus is commemorated on the 10th of May in the Roman 
Martyrol. (T.) 


Brighit (1st of Februaiy), states, that Comligall, of Bennchor, 
had a similarity in habits and life to James the A}x>stle, &c. 

He sat ten days and three months and fifty years in the 
abbacy. His whole age was ninety years, A.D. 600. 

CoNNLA, son of Leinin, Bishop. 

MoHSiONOC, of Cluain Caoinchne. 

Aedh, son of Corbmac. 

[Cathaldus/ Bishop, of Tarentum in Letha.] 

11. E. QUINTO mUS MAIL 11. 

Caoimhohin, Abbot. 

Senach, the smith, son of Etchen, of Airiudh Brosca, on Loch Eime. 

Criotan, son of loUadon, and Corbmac, Priest. In Achadh Fin- 

nich, on the brink of the Dothar, in Ui-Dunchadha, in the 

east of Leinster, they are.* 
Fionntain, of Cluain-caoin. 


Lassar, Virgin. 
LuGHAiR, Leper. 

12. F. QUARTO idus mail 12. 

Herc Nasca,' of Tulach-lis, in Ui-Eachach Uladh. And Earc is 
of the race of Art Corb, son of Fiacha Suighdhe. 

EUTIR, of Muic-inis, in Loch Derg-derc. 

Lughaedh, son of Aenghus, Priest, of Tigh Luta, in Fotharta- 

DiOMMA, son of Cass. 

* The^ art : i.e., are interred or venerated. (T.) 

*Herc Natca, The more recent hand adds here, '•^Secundum Mart. Taml. Ocqftc u 
TTIuig teif "Mafci. Earc, in Magh-Us, Nasci." (T.) 

120 pelme Ma Mccomti wetieMwacti. [may 15. 

13. 'g. T:eHt:io it)us mcni. 13. 

maolT)OlT), TTlucnarha. 

TTlOCtlOMNa, "Ooiiie. CCT)eiji Cam OC'oamnaiTi gut^b •oona naorh- 
aiB puaiji CC'oarhnan in ufifurBuf na mna vo fao|ur5 o jach 
•oaoijife, aciif 6 gach lefefiom na fiaiBe ofifia, TTloconna 

'CistieRNCCCti, boificech. 

14. CC pTiiT)ie I'Dus mcni. 14. 

TTlOCtlU'DOC, epfcop, Lif moifi, acuf abb RaiCne 6 6 ruf \^\\ 
T)o fliocr; Cei|i, mic Peji5ai]\ mic Royxi, mic Ru^ui'Be, 'oo tk) 
fiol Ifi, mic TH 111*5 T)0 foniifurB. Cafirac ainm eile t)6. CCf 
aicce eiTh fio boi an coirhiionol oifiT)eific .i. T)eichnea15ki|\ acuf 
fecz ccero an r;an |vob abb i Rairhin, actif no aiccilleD ainget 
gafi rjiea^T^eti T)ib. OC-oeiii Ctiimin Coin'oeifie ifin "oan Daji ab 
ruf Cafiaif pacfiaicc ptiiiir TTlacha, nac T)e|ina aoinneac poime 
ler;h a n'oejina vo '5efiai15. CCgyx) maji a 'oeiji : — 

Ca|iaif TTIochti'Da an qxabai**, 
CCrhiia gac rgel -oa fg^laib, 
Roithe noca T)efina neach 
Leat a n'oejina vo •6€fiaib. 

CCnno T)oniini, 636. 

TnaolcerticciH, mac Ronain, mac tiigh Ula^, o Chill tHelcher;- 
aiji poji bpu an mafia i?p.i cnoc mbjienamn aniafi. Do flioc?; 
Pdcac pnn, diji'Diii Bfienn w. 



15. b. iT)ibu8 mocii. 15. 

"OoctiOMMa, epfcop, Con-oefte. "Oo chenel Gogain, mic Weill 
T)6, ceo -01. 725. 

'^ Maokethair. The more recent hand has written in the margin " Maldegerins ?^ 

meaning to query whether this may not have been the Latinized form of the name. (T.) 


13. G. TERTIO mUS MAIL 13. 

Maeldoid, of Mucnamh. 

MocHONNA, of Doire. The Cain Adhamhnain states that Mo- 
chonna, of Doire, was one of the saints whom Adamnan found 
as security to free the women from every slavery, and from 
eveiy distress in which they were. 

TiGHERNACH, of Boirche. 


MoCHUDA, Bishop, of Lis-m6r ; and he was also abbot of Raithin 
at first He was of the race of Ciar, son of Fergus, son of Boss, 
son of Budhraighe, and of the progeny of Ir, son of Miledh. 
Carthach was another name for him. It was he that had the 
fiamous congregation consisting of seven hundi'ed and ten per- 
sons, when he was abbot at Baithin; an angel used to address 
every third man of them. Cuimin, of Condeire, in the poem 
beginning, "Patrick of the fort of Macha loves," states that 
no one that ever lived before him had shed half as many tears. 
Thus he says: — 

'< Mochuda loves the piety ; 

Famous is every story of his stories ; 
Before him no one had shed 
Half what he shed of tears.** 
A.D. 636. 

Maolcethair,^ son of Bon^ son of the king of Uladh, of Cill 
Melchedair, near the shore of the sea to the west of Brandon 
Hill.' He was of the race of Fiatach Finn, monarch of Erin. 



15. b. idibus mail 15. 

Dachonna, Bishop, of Condeire. He was of the race of Eoghan, 
son of Niall, A.D. 725. 

^BrattdoH HUL Kilmalkedar is ntuate on the east of Smerwick Harbour, and lies 
south-'west of Brandon Hill. (R.) 

128 pelme mcc Mccomti NeneMNCCcli. [may IG, 

T)tllblit:m, abb ponn^laip Cain'Di| og OCrh Clicrch, a? T)\ 791. 

mumeT)lia:cli Ucc ■OubliT:licasli. 

Colunibcc, mac paelghiifa. 

CoTnmccN, mac "Oioma CCftictiiL 

Coltum, locha In^i Cfie. 

ColmocM, mac Ua Laoighfe, o 'Chulai^ mic Comgaitl a nT)fiuim- 

niB 'Co^a .1. ifin fluacongbail a Laoipf Laigen. T)o v^-^ocbi; 

Ixioigfig Leaniimoifi, mic Conaill Cefinai§ tk). 
8CCRCCM, mac CCtxchuifi, o Inif moifi, i nUiB mac Caille i tiUi5 

■OimpMCC, ogh acuf mafirifi. 

16. e. 'oeciTno ^eprimo cccl. iumii. 16. 

btieNCClMM, abb Cluana peyira bjienainn. T)o fliocr Cheifi, mic 
pefigafa, mic Hofa, mic Rii^ixai'BG tk). Oen vo 16 T)ia mboi 
Ojienanin i cCluain pepra ma ecclaif lafi pjioicepr;, acuf 
oippfienx), cei^fie blia^na T)ecc fiia ecc conacca an nen nin- 
gncrchach van fan feinifciji gufi f ui'oh pojiyxin alTi^oifi, acuf ni 
caoThnacaifi Ofienainn fillea^ paifi laf na fitii^niB igjiian'oaiB 
bai ma rimciolL bennac "Biimn a clei|ii§ aji an ren. Roc 
bennacha "Oia aji bfi6nainn. Cia cu afi m cl6jieac. TTIefe 
TTlichel fio -pai'oh "Oia cuccaqfxx voz accallairti, acuf doc ai]i- 
'pce'5. OCclochap. vo, ol b^xenamn af pocen T>uiT:fi liomfo. 
Ro gaB an cen a gulbam layi clicrchai§ a eiT:e, acuf ba binne 
ina ceola in 'oomam an ceol t>o |ioinne. "Oo boi bfienainn 
"Dan ag eifcecc pjiif 6n v\i(xb go fioile, acuf celebfiai'b an u^n 
•DO lafifin. On uaifi fin imofifio co a Bdf, ni fio eifc b|iencnnn 
ff.1 ceol fao^alla imp, ace aon la cafcc inp po cexKiig tx) 
rhaic clepeac T>ia mumnp a cfiuic vo femm t>6, acuf vo Vefiz 
a Bennacc "oon maic clepeac lapam. CCf eT)h t>o gnio^foth an 
can "DO clume'Dh ceol faogalla I'oip, no cuipe'5 "oa uBall aapa 

1 Music which it made. The preceding part of this l^end very much resembles that of 
St Mochaoi of Aendruiiiif which is pre8er^*ed in the Brussels copy of the Felire of Aengus, 
at the 23d of June. (R.) 


DUBHLITIR, Abbot, of Finnglaisi-Cainnigh, near Ath-cliath, A.D. 


CoLUMBA, son of Faelghus. 

CoMMAN, son of Dioma, of Aricul. 

CoLUiM, of Loch-Inis-Cre. 

CoLMAN, macUa Laoighse, of Tulach Mic Comlighaill, at Dniimni- 
togha, i.e., at Nuachongbhail in Laoighis of Leinster. He was 
of the race of Laoighsech Leann-ra6r, son of Conall Ceamach. 

Saran, son of Archur, of Inis-mor, in Ui-MacCaille, in Ui-Liathain. 

Dymphna, Virgin and Martyr. 



Brenainn, Abbot, of Cluain-ferta-Brenainn. He was of the race 
of Ciar, son of Fergus, son of Ros, son of Rudhraighe. On a 
certain day, as Brenainn was at Cluain-ferta in his church, after 
preaching and the mass, fourteen years before his death, he saw 
a wonderful bird coming in at the window, so that it perched 
on the altar, and Brenainn was not able to look at it in conse- 
quence of the sun-like radiance that was around it. "Salute us, 
O Cleric," said the bird. " May God salute thee," said BrenainiL 
"Who art thouT said the Cleric. "I am Michael, the archangel, 
whom God hath sent to thee, to address thee and to make har- 
mony for thee." "Thanks be to Him," said Brenainn, "thou 
art welcome to me." The bird placed its bill behind the feathers 
of its wing, and sweeter than the music of the world was the 
music which it made.* Brenainn was listening to it for twenty- 
four hours, and the angel took his leave of him afterwards. 
From that hour until his death Brenainn did not listen to any 
worldly music whatever, except only one Easter day when he 
permitted a clerical student of his people to play his harp for 
him; he gave his blessing to the clerical student afterwards. 
What he used to do, when he heard any worldly music, was to 


130 pelme mcc Maomti MeuewMacti. [may 16. 

no biofe aji lomcari cncce ma cluofcnB cond cluine'b ceol cjxe 
birhe acT: ceol mtiinTn|ie nirhe. CCfe an bfienoinn fin fio 
rfieicc a ochafi'ba, a cdijiT>e, acuf a corhptiili'Be, acuf tk) Dual's 
•Dia ailirhfie \x)\i muifi fiafi 50 mboi feachr mbliobna pofi muip 
arhail innifef a ftiui|ii'6ecT:, acuf a 6e<x£a pein, (X<; "OV 576, 
an Txxn iiefDa. 

CCT)ei|\ be€a Ciapain Cluana, cap. 47, gufiab T)ona hocc 
nofiTKxiB T)o bi in Gfiinn ofiT) bfienainn ; 51'be^ •oobei'Diji ^jiab 
TK) bfienainn biofi|iae no xKxon eile 'oona. corhanmannaib 
laBjiaf, 61J1 ni abaiyx acr; bfienainn. 

Ctiimin CoinT>ei|ii cecinir: — 

Ca|vaif bfvenainn biot c|vabaf6, 
X)o fiei|i fenaiTi if faniai'D, 
Seacc mbliaiina afi mtjin an mil m6ifv, 
ba 'Docaifi an c6ifi 6|iabai'6. 

CCT)eif feinleaBaf fio aofoa menniaim athail a T)uBfiamafi 
ag bjii^r;, 1^ pebji., 50 fvaiBe bfienamn Cluana pe|ica cofrhail 
a mbefaiB, acuf a mber;hai'b jie 'Comaf apfr^aU 

pOMMcticroti, epfcob. 

mccc LcnSRe, abb bennchuip, (£0 x>\ 645. 

pOT)tiTntiiMe, .1. Ua Suanaigh, angcoitie Raifine, acuf o Inif 
bai€in 1 nOip^ep Lai§en, CC? T>\ 756, .1. mac ConT)oili§ th) 
fliocc "Oachi, mic pafifuic, mic Gach'bafi TTlut^e'&oin, aciif 
Pefibla, ingen T)inia T)ui15, mic "Oiapmara, mic Senoig, vo 
fliofe T)crchi, mic pac|va£, a maCaiii. CCnna 

'Ou'CllTlcCCti'C, Liach'Dfiomma T)ajilem ofe fo T)up€a£c, mac 
'CfiSim a cCaon T)puim, 'Deap15b|ia€ai|i vo "Oicoin mic TJfiicim 
6 SaBall, acd afi flio^r; pacac pnn, aip'Ofii Bpenn. CCcuf 
mefaim gupab a rDeilifvaife no anaice 'CemfiaS, acd oifi af 
TKxnmannaibh 'Cerhfac Licrch T)puim, acuf T)jiuim caoin. 

1 East qfLeintter, The roaniucript eopy has lonfitefi loi^en, * west of Leinfltflr/ iHueb 
18 manif estly a blunder ; because Inia Baithin, now EnnisboTne, is situated in the pariah 
of Dunganstown, at the extreme east of the county of Wicklow. (Ordnance Sirroy, 
Wicklow, 8. 31.) The same error is repeated, under Baoithin, at the 22nd of this month, 
p. 136, infra. (R.) 


put two wax balls, which he carried with him, into his ears, 
that he might not hear any music except the music of the 
people of heaven. This is the Brenainn who forsook his patri- 
mony, his friends^ and relatives, and who went upon a pilgrim- 
age upon the western sea, so that he was seven years upon the 
sea, as his own "Navigation," and his Life relate, A.D. 576, 
when he died. 

The Life of Ciaran, of Cluain, states, chap. 47, that the order 
of Brenainn was one of the eight orders that were in Erin ; but 
it is possible that it may be of Brenainn, of Birra, or of some 
other of the same name it speaks ; for it says only Brenainn. 

Cuimin of Condeire cecinit: — 

'' Brenaiiin loves constant piety, 

According to the synod and congregation ; 
Seven years on a whale's back he spent ; 
It was a difficult mode of piety." 

A very ancient old vellum book, which we have mentioned at 
" Brighit," 1st Febr., states that Brenainn, of Cluain-ferta, was 
like Thomas the Apostle in manners and life. 

FlONNCHADH, Bishop. 

Maclaisre, Abbot of Bennchor, A.D. 64!5. 

FiODHMUiNE, La, Ua Suanaigh, anchorite of Raithin, and of Inis 
Baithin, in the east of Leinster,* A.D. 756,* i.e., son of Cuduilech, 
of the race of Dathi, son of Fiachra, son of Eochaidh Muigh- 
mheadhoin; and Ferbla> daughter of Dioma Dubh, son of 
Senach, of the race of Dathi, son of Fiachm, was his mother. 

DUTHRACHT, of Liathdruim. I think that this is Durthacht, son 
of Trichim, of Caon-druim, brother of Dichu son of Trichem, of 
Sabhall, who is of the race of Fiatach Finn, monarch of Erin ; 
and I suppose that it is at Teamhair or near Teamhair he is,^ 
for Liath-druim and Druim-caoin are names of Teamhair. 

*Ad>. 75d. This ia the date in the Annals of Ulster. The Four Masters record his 
dMtfast76a (R.) 

•AmuK The year is left blank in the original. (T.) 
^Htit: ie., is buried or venerated. (T.) 


1 32 pell Tie M cc w ccoiii ti ti euew u acti . [may 1 9. 

OT)TlCCM, facca|\T:. (XT)en\ 8enchaf na naoih 50 |iaiBe Obfian, 
mac beoaiT), T>eji15b|i(rfai|i t>o Ciafidn Cttiana, na ua^xil 

eRtiCDM, mac CCe-oha. TTleafam ^ufiab e yo efinin, mac CCofea, 
•DO ftiocx Ijieoil, mic Conaill Cejinaig, 6i|i ni pagaim Bfinain, 
mac CCo'5a, ifin Maoimy^ncaf o aoin neac. 

CCClRMectl. Zmle\}}. 

17. •o. sexco "oeciTno cccl. lut^ii. 17. 

pOtmclicCM, ep]XJop, "Oftomma enai^h, actif T)fioma pen"- 


810IICCM, epyxjop, [T)aimiiifi, CC? "O'. 658]. 

CniO'CCCti, ep]X)op, [CCon'opoma, CC? T)\ 638]. 

ITlec Ucc 8Lcnticce, o Cltiain aipb. 

iN^lieti ^ccRbticotj. 

18. e. quiwro "oeciTno caL lUMii. 18. 

moTntia:eT)liocc, ep^x^op, pe-Ba T)uin in Onxai§i15. *Oo fliofx; 

LaBpa'ba Ltiijic, mic Ugaine Vn6\\i vo forh. 
miOT)tiSU8«, mac e]\c, 'Ci^he TSaillren. 
bnccw becc, ChlaonaDh, 1 nUib paolain, 1 TTlaig laigen. 
T)OTntitiocc, mac 8a|xdin, 'Chiopfiar; pacxma, 1 nlapCoyi On^aifee. 

*Oo cenel Bo^ain, mic Weill tk). 
Colmcct^, ep]X)op. 
jpeR "oa CRiocti. 
Onesccl, o T)hepT:hai^h. 
CCstiMCC, occh. 

19. p. qucavco "oeciTno cccL iumii. 19. 

CiccRCcn, mac Col^an. 
["O1UIR, eanaig eifi]. 

1 Saint History. Or " Naomhseanchus," a Poetical account of the Sainta of Ireland ; the 
same probably irhich was just before quoted under the title of Seanektu na Naomdk, or 
" History of the Saints." (T.) 

« Caimech^ of TuUen, The more recent hand adds, " T)o bTvecrcnuib T>d, [He waa of the 
Britons] Mar." See Irish version of Nennius, Add, Notet, p. cxi. (T.) 


Odhran, Priest. The History of the Saints states that Odhran, 
son of Beoaedh, brother of Ciar&n, of Cluain, was a noble 

Ernan, son of Aedh. I suppose that this was Emin, son of Aedh, 
of the race of Irial, son of Conall Ceamach, for I do not find 
any Eman, son of Aedh, in the Saint History.* 

Cairnech, of Tuilen.^ 

17. D. sexto decimo kal. junii. 17. 

FiONNCHAN, Bishop, of Druim-eanaigh, and of Druim-fess. 


SiOLLAN, Bishop, [of Daimhinis,^ A.D. 658.] 
Criotan, Bishop, [of Aondruim, A.D. 638.] 
The Sons of Ua Slainge, of Cluain-airbh. 
The Daughter of Garbhan.* 

18. E. QUINTO decimo KAL. JUNIL 18. 

Momhaedhog, Bishop, of Fiodh-duin, in Osraighe. He was of 
the race of Labhraidh Lore, son of Ugainfe M6r. 

MiODHGUSS, son of Ere, of Tigh Taillten. 

Bran Beg, of Claenadh, in Ui-Faelain, in Magh-Laighen. 

DoMHNOG, son of Sar&n, of Tiprat Fachtna, in the west of Osraighe. 
He is of the race of Eoghan, son of Niall. 

CoLMAN, Bishop. 


Bresal, of Derthach. 

Aghna, Virgin. 


ClARAN, son of Colga. 
[DiuiR,* of Eanach-Eir.] 

^Daimkmi*. The irords within brackets in thin and the followin^^ paragraph arc in a 
different hand. (T.) 

* Garhhan. The more recent hand adds here, "Ingeiui '5'^fiWin [Daughters of Gar- 
Uun], Marian, et Mart Tamlaehtr (T.) 

* IHuir, This paragraph within hracketn is inserted by the in<»re recent hand. (T.) 

134 pelme wcc Mccomti wenetiwcccti. [may 21. 

CuiTTiTneiw, mac baerain. 

TTlOCtiOMMCCe, Chi lie coma|irha 

Hictieccll, o^h, ingen CCt\iacza, crcd T)0 fliocr; Lae§ai|ie, mic 

bH1T:TX)CM, Rcrcha. 

'CRi TTieic eostiociN. 

20. 'g. renno T)eciTno cat. iumii. 20. 

ColTTlCCN, T)oiine ftioitu Colman, mac T)aiiie, epfcop, T>polaitJ 
fiio^jiai'be TTluman, o "Ooiiie mo|\, i ccoiccfiic TTlumaTi acuf 
Lenten, [hipii ccfiich] fie nabafiiajinfi Gile. be€a TTlocaoTVids, 
cap. 14!. Oe^an acuf en mile amain ccca enfi "Ooifie mo|\ 
acuf Le€ mop TTlocaomd^. berha TTlocaomocc, cap. 15. 

mccc lairtlbtie, "Oorhnail moip. 

CROTn'Di'cliHUibli, 6 Iniv cpainu 

"OccNiel, T:ulcha. 

[Lcci'DllseMN. Marian,, Mart TarrU,] 

21. CC. •DUO'oeciTno cccl. luwn. 21. 

bcciRRplllOMM, eppcop, 6 T)puimchtiilinT) acup o Chill bai|i|i- 
pinn ppi hB\^ Rtiai'5 acuai'b. T)o fienel Conaill Julban, mic 
Weill, T>o ere. 'Oi'Bncrc, in^en TTIeaCaip, a rhdfiaip. 

ColmcCN, loBap, i TTluig eo, i nT)al cCaip. 

CuimTTllM, mac LugDac, Inpi mac Ua T)apcaDha. 

m ccel'oei'D, Lip moip. 

bniBtiit:, in§en T)iommain. 

polccM, Cille mona. 





1 Territory. It this be true, Doire-mor is iu Ely U'Fogarty. The wonls within bncketo 
are added as necessary for the sense. (O'D.) 

* Laid/ifftnn. The paragraph within brackets has been added by the more recent band. 


CuiMMEiN, son of Baet&n. 

MocHONNAE, of Cill-Comhartha. 

RiCHEALL, Virgin, daughter of Athracht, who is of the race of 

Laeghaire, son of NialL 
Brittan, of Rath. 
The Three Sons of Eoghan. 

20. g. tertio decimo kal. junii. 20. 

CoLBCAN, of Doire M6r. Cohnan, son of Daire, Bishop, of the 
blood of the kings of Munster, of Doire-m6r, on the confines of 
Munster and Leinster [in the tei^itory^] which is called Eile. 
Life of Mochaemh6g, chap. 14. A little more than one mile 
only is between Doire-m6r and Liath-m6r Mochaemh6g. Life 
of Mochaemh6g, chap. 1 5. 

Mac Laithbhe, of Domhnach-mor. 

Cromdithruibh, of Inis-crainn. 

Daniel, of Tulach. 

[Laidhgenn.^ Marianua, Martyrology of Tamlacht.] 

21. A. DUODECIMO kal. junil 21. 

Bairrfhionn, Bishop, of l)ruim-Cuilinn and of Cill-Bairrfhinn 
to the north of Eas-RuaidL He is of the race of Conall Qulban, 
son of Niall, &c. Didhnat, daughter of Meachar, was his mother. 

COLMAN, Lobhar,^ of Magh-n-eo, in Dal gCais. 

CuiMMiN, son of Lughaidh, of Inis-mac-Ua-Dartadha. 

Maeldeid, of Lis-m6r. 

Brighit, daughter of Diomman. 

PoLAN, of Cill-mona. 




•I.o6Aar: i.e., the Leper. (T.) 

* Cobnan, The more recent hand adds, •' Colman C|ion, Marian. MarL TamL^ (T.) 

136 pelme wcc Nccomti MeneNtaacli. [may 23. 

22. b. UM'oeciTno cccl. luwn. 22. 

CONCcU., abb 1nn|^ caoil i cCenel ConailL OCcuf tk) Cenel 
cCoiiaitl T>o farti pein t>o |ien\ an naoiftifencafa. 

ROMCDI piMM, o Lain-D Ronain pnn, i nUiB Bacach Ulo*. T)o 
fiol Colla T>a cftioch vd, vo fieip. na "Duaine tki n^oifi^eji 
Waoirtifencap naorti Iniifi paiL OCf e an Ronan fo X)o 
eafccaom 8uit5ne, mac Colmain Cuaiji, fii *Oal CCfiai'be, oifi vo 
ta\i\ia^u^^ 8uil5ne ^o heaiH)n6fiac an naofti of in lona* ma 
fiailSe a^ ^010-5 "De za\i an cill aniac, acuf po reil^ a pyxilraifx 
ipn loc ui^^-be ^u^i bai'bea'b i, acuf nifi ce'oais vo anniain 
ifin cill, ercei;. 5^]iab aifie fin t>o cuai'b 8uit5ne aji ^ealracx; 
acuf aji mifie, arhail ai^mei'bef buile 8tii15ne pein. Thap 
T>eifiBferafi T>a noile mafaifi Rondin, acuf mo^aifi pionncon 
6 bfii 5ol5ann. Oera ponncon, cap. 8. 

60:011:11111, mac ponnai§, 6 Inif baiiin in oiprap tai§en. T)o 
fliocr Laoi5pi§ Len moip, mic Conaill Cepnai§ 'do. "Cpea, 
in^en Ronain, mic Colmdin, mic Coippfie, ingen fi<§ Ixxijen, a 

SecliT: TTieic eT)Mui8a:, mai^hm. 

meic ecccticccli. 

OCsTitia, o^h, 

liiiSli8ecli, ogh, 

CCCI88IM, 05I1, 
'Ceofia cailleacli la'Ofi'fee, acuf 6 T)ftuim vd ^a\iz T)6ibh. 

23. C. "oecimo cccl. iumii. 23. 
CRGTiiliTtitcrni, mai^he "oumha. 

Meccclirlic, epyx^op. 
8HCcppcctl> Cluana moiji. 
SoibtitieMtl, o Z^'sh Scindiin. 

^ BuUe Suibhiey or Maduera of Suibhnc, an antient historical roinani*ef giving an account 
of the lunacy and death of this celebrated chieftain. (T.) 

* JF^mt 0/ I^inMer. In the manuscript ropy layifnii J ai5;eii. * wc!*t of Lein>t4'r/ is ih# 



CONALL, Abbot of Inis Caoil, in Cinel Conaill, and he is himself of 
the Cinel Conaill, according to the Naemhshenchus. 

RoNAN Finn, of Lann Ronain Finn, in Ui Eachach Uladh. He 
is of the race of CoUa-d^chrioch, according to the poem which 
is called Naemhshenchus of the Saints of Inis F^l. This is the 
Bonan who cursed Suibhne, son of Colman Cuar, king of Dal 
Araidhe ; because Suibhne had dragged the saint dishonombly 
from the place where he was praising God, out of the church, 
and he cast his Psalter into a pool of water where it was 
drowned, and he did not permit him to remain in the church, 
&c. For this reason Suibhne ran mad and frantic, as the Buile 
Shuibhne* itself relates. The mother of Ronan, and the mother 
of Fionnchu, of Bri Gobhann, were two sisters of each other. 
Life of Fionnchu, chap. 8. 

Baoithin, son of Finnach, of Inis Baithin, in the east of Leinster.^ 
He is of the race of Laoighsech Leannmor, son of Conall Cear- 
nach. Trea, daughter of Ron^, son of Colman, son of Cairpre, 
daughter of the king of Leinster, was his mother. 

The Seven Sons of Ednius, of Maighin. 

The Sons of Eochaidh. 

Aghna, Vii^n, 

LuiGHSECH, Virgin, 

Caissin, Virgin, 

They were three nuns, and were of Druim-da-dhart. 

23. C. DECIMO KAL. JUNII. 23. 

Cremhthann, of Magh-dumha. 
Nechtlic, Bishop. 
Sraffan, of Cluain-m6r. 
Goibhnenn, of Tigh Scuithin. 



reading ; but as this is a clerical error, it has been rectified in the text, both here, and at 
the 16th, p. 130, ngn-a, (R.) 

• Faeickn, After this name the more recent hand adds, in Roman characters, " Suit- 
brectus, Marian.^* (T ) 

188 pelme mcc wccomti NeaewMacti. [mat 27. 

24. T). MONO cccl. lUMii. 24. 
8eisTliW, epfcop, CCfiTKi TTlacha, a<? "Ol 687. 

CCi'oTibe, epfcop acuf abb, 'Cifie va glaff . 
tllxxTN, mac CCe^gem. 

bencTlcCN, o Cluain caoi, vo fliocr; pacha 8ui§T>e, mic pei-S- 
limi'b Heacrmaifi, mic 'CucrBail 'Ceaccrtiaifi. 



SecTii: NiNsTieNa pensticcsa:, 6 T^hi^h ingen pefighafa. 

25. G. ocrocuo cal> luwn. 25. 

*OtlNCTiarotl, mac Cinntaela'5, mic TTlaelcoBa, mic CCo^, mic 
CCinmi|ieach, vo Cenel Conaill, ab la CoUnm chille. *Oeic 
mblia^na fio boi in ab-feaine, CC9 T>\ 716. 

CRUimr:TieH cccol, Cille moijie. 

tnocTioLLa, in§en T)iomma. 

26. p. sepnmo cccl. iunii. 26. 

becccN, o Clucnn a^fvo THobecos, i THufCjiai^e b|ieo§ain, no 05 
'Cig Conaill 1 nUiB bfiiuin Cualann. *Oo ^eiBteii becon, mac 
&o§ain, mic Tnu|ich<r5a, a|i flioct; phiacai'5 Tlluille€ain, mic 
©ojain moiii, mic Oiliolla Oluim. CCDeifi beta CCbbdin, cccp. 
11, gufi bennai^ CCbbdn pein a cCluain aip-T) TTlobecoc, acu]^ 
5U|i pa^uiB becdn innt^e, acuf gufi paccaiB oipcc na heogluifi 
naoim in jac cill vofi Bennai§ fe. 

8T^allcai, 6 T:hni "oa jlaf. 


27. ^5. «eAXO caL iunii. 27. 

CilllM, epfcop, T^i^h 'Calain in OitigiallaiB. 

&cT\enu, epfcop, "Oomnai^h m6i|i mic Lait^hbe, 1 fnug-boiinaiB. 

ComccisTi, o^h, o 8nam turaifi. 

1 Colman, The more recent hand adds here, ^^ Colmom Sceatlain [Cohnan Steallan] 
unus et idem Sanctus ; vide Marty rulogia. Obiit an. 624. Vide Acta Sanctorum et aliud 
exemplar, M. D.*' [i.e., Mart>n^logii Dungalensin], referring to the other copy of this Har- 


24. D. NONO KAL. JUNIL 24. 

Seiohin, Bishop, of Ard-Macha, A.D. 687. 
AiDHBE, Bishop and Abbot, of Tir-di-glass. 
Ultan, son of Aedhghen. 

Berchan, of Cluain Caoi, of the race of Fiacha Suighdhe, son of 
Feidhlimidh Reachtmhar, son of Tuathal Teachtmhar. 


The Seven Daughters of Fergus, of Tigh-inghen-Ferghusa. 

25. E. * OCTAVO KAL. JUNIL 25. 

DUNCHADH, son of Cennfaeladh, son of Maelcobha, son of Aedh, 
son of Ainmire, of the race of Conall Gulban, abbot of la Coluim 
Cille. He was ten years in the abbacy, A.D. 716. 

Cruimther Gael, of Cill-mor. 

MoCHOLLA, daughter of Diomma. 


Becan, of Cluain-aird Mobec6g, in Muscraighe Breoghain, or of 
Tigh Chonaill in Ui-Briuin Cualann. We find a Becan, son of 
Eoghan, son of Murchadh, of the race of Fiacha Mnillethan, son 
of Eoghan M6r, son of OilioU Olum. The Life of Abban, chap. 
11, states, that Abban himself blessed a church at Cluain-aird 
Mobec6c, and that he left Becdn in it, and that he left the office 
of the holy church in every church which he blessed. 

Steallan, of Tir-di-glas. 



CiLLiN, Bishop, of Tigh-Talain, in Oirghijilla. 

Ethern, Bishop, of Domhnach-m6r-inic-Laithbhe, in Muglidoma. 

COMAIGH, Virgin, of Snamh Luthair.^ 

tyrology, which is in the Brussels Library. Marianas Gomian and the Mart}'rology of 
Tamlacht have '* Colman Stellain, of Tir-da-glas,'* as one saint. (T.) 

* LtUhair. The more recent hand adds, ''Ingen Cachac [daughter of Eochaidh], 
Mart. Tamr (T.) 

140 pelme ncc wccomti NeReNNCCcti. [may 31. 

mccolcctl, o Snani Lurhaifi. 
[ectipniorccM. Marimi.] 
[ecbRiorccM, mac Ott«. Mart Taml'] 

28. OC. qumz^o cat lUNii. 28. 
puRCrotlRCCM, 6 lamT) ru|iu. 

8ecTir: Nep«coip 6 ^Ci^ na ccomarfice. CCrd 'Ce^ na comaijice 

1 zZ^y^i cConuill a n^afi vo Loc peaBaiL 
Bo^CCM, eccnaiT)1i. 

29. b. cfuccnro cccL luwii. 29. 
CummcciM, 6^K 6 "Ooiiie ingen CCiUen i nCCifiT) Ula*, no i 

n^Oal buinne in Ulroibh. "Do flioct; picrcaC pnn, ai|iT)fii 

Ofienn "oi. 
bRitini^ecccti Cccol, o^h, in|en CiiiOThcainn, 6 maigh 'Cfiea. 
TTlobecce, i rT^iielic. 

30. C. Tenrio cat lUNii. 30. 

JobbCDl, abb CCniT)ne. 
8aoHsTi08, 'Oixomma. 

31. *0. pRi'oie cccl. lUMii. 31. 

eo^tlCCM, abb mhuishe bile, 
pen "occ CRiocti. 
maoloT)tiRCCiri, Sldme. 
enniN, Cjiem choille. 

1 Echfrioian. The two paragraphs within brackets are in the more recent hand. They 
both evidently relate to the same individual ; Egbert or Eagberct appears in the Boman 
Mart3rrolog7f 24 April. He died in Hy, A.D. 729, and is frequently mentioned by Bede. 
But as he was not son of Ossa, it would seem that Ecfrit or Ecgbrit, son of OaM^ may 
have been intended. It is difficult, however, to understand how he came to be regardfld 
as a saint The Mart of Tamlaght is probably in error in malung him **son of Oasa." 
See Reeves's Adamnan^ pp. xlv., 186. (T.) According to Yen. Bede, king Ecgfirid, aon 
of Oswy, fell on the 13th of the Calends of June, or the 20th of May, as Tighemach and 
the Annals of Ulster also record ; so that, independently of his unsaintly character and boi- 


Maelan, of Snamh-luthair. 

[EcHFRiOTAN. * Mavianus.] 

[EcBRiOTAN, son of Ossa. Martyrology of Tamlacht'] 


FuRADHRiN, of Lann-Turu. 

The Seven Bishops, of Tigh-na-Comairce. There is a Tigh-na- 

Comairce in Tir Conaill, near unto Loch Feabhail. 
Eoohan, the Sage. 


COMMAIN, Virgin, of Daire-inghen-Aillen, in Ard Uladh ; or in 
Dal Buinne in Uladh. She is of the race of Fiatach Finn, 
monarch of Erin. 

Briuinseach Cael, Virgin, daughter of Crimhthann, of Magh-Trea. 

Mobecce, at Trelic. 



30. C. TERTIO KAL. JUNII. 30. 

GoBBAN, Abbot, of Airdne. 
Saerohos, of Druim. 

31. D. PRIDIE KAL. JUNII. 31. 

Eoohan, Abbot, of Magh-bile. 
Maelodhrain, of Slane. 
Ernin, of CremchoilL 

tflity to the Irish, the discrepancy of the dates seems to exclude him from the present 
commemoration. (R.) 

^Modmie. The more recent hand adds here, '^Vide an sit Dunnius de quo in vita S. 
Patridi, c. [82].** The Life of St Patrick here quoted is that by Jocelin, Colgan, Triad. 
Th. p. 72, and note (88), p. 110. The more recent hand adds here also, in Roman cha- 
racten, " Conon cum filio passus Isaurias. Mar. (M. Rom.) Vide an sit Conus et Conellus 
Hutyres.** Marianus 0*Gorman has Conon ynx mac, ie., " Conon and his son." The 
Roman Mart has ** Apud Iconium Isauris dvitatem passio Sanctorum Cononis et filii ejus 
annomm duodecim, &c** But there is no mention of Cowu$ and Conellus in either the Irish 
or Roman Calendar. (T.) 

142 pelme ucc waomti NeaeNNCCcti. [juke 3. 

1. e. caleNT)i8 iunii. i. 

Cronccm, abb lif moiti ITlochu'Da, CC? T>\ 717. 

LccobTlccM, CCrha e^ij*. 

CuimineiN. TTlefaim ^ufiab lonann e, acuf Cumaoin C<r5an, 
mac C|ionncoii, mic Ronain, mic Gach^ach Ooill'Deii^, mic 
Canirmii pnn, mic bloiT), mic Ckiif, mic Conuill Oachluair, 
•00 fliocc Copbmaic Caif, mic Oiliolla Oluim. 



2. p. (TUCCRTX) N0NCC8 lUNII. 2. 

WcciW'Oi'oTi, Cluana hUinnfenn. 

poRCCN'OCCM, luae. 

CCe'oTlcai, Cluana T)OTiiuil an CClmain. *Oo fliocc Copbmaic 

Caif, mic Oiliolla Oluim vo- 
LtliiCCM, mac Conain. 

3. 'g. T:eTirio Nowas iunii. 3. 

Caoimstiew, abb ^linne "oa loch. 120 a aoif, CC<> •Ql an ran jU) 
fxii* a fpifiac 61 7. *Oo f lioct; Lao§ai|ie Luific ai|iT)fxi Ofienn 
o bpuiliT) tai§ni§ do, "oo ti6i|i a geinealaig. CCcuf CaemelU 
in§ean Ceannpionnain, mic Ceifi, mic LughaS, a ma£aifi. 

CCT)ei|i feinleaBafi no aofwx memfuxim amail a 'DuCfunnafi 
a Bpeil pdqfiaig acuf 0|ii§De, 50 |iaibe Cairhgin ^inne -oa loch 
cofftiail a mbfifaiB, acuf a mbechai'5 |ie pol 'Di£|iea1Skxch. 

1 Ohamt-da-loch. Over this word is the gloss, .1. T>a loch plec omn, 7 ac tetno, ** le^ 
there are two laken there, and they are yeiy extensive.** (T.) 



Cronan, Abbot, of Lismor-Mochuda, A.D. 717. 

Laobhan, of Ath-Eguis. 

Cuimmein. I think he is the same as Cuimmen Cadhan, son of 
Cronchu, son of Rondn, son of Eochaidh Ballderg, son of Cair- 
thenn Finn, son of Blod, son of Cas, son of Conall Eachluath, of 
the race of Corbmac Cas, son of Oilioll Oluim. 



2. f. quarto nonas junii. 2. 
Nainnidh, of Cluain h-Uinnsenn. 

FORANNAN, of Lua. 

AsDHiN, of Cluain Domhnil, at Almain. He is of the race of 

Corbmac Cas, son of Oilioll Oluim. 
LuRAN, son of Con&n. 


Caodchghin, Abbot of Gleann-da-loch.* 120 years was his age ; 
the time when he resigned his spirit was AD. 617. According 
to his genealogy he is of the race of Laeghaire Lore, monarch of 
Erin, from whom the Leinstermen are descended. And Caemell, 
daughter of Ceannfhionndn, son of Ceisi, son of Lughaidh, was 
his mother. 

A very ancient old veUum book, which we have mentioned 
at the festivals of Patrick and Brigid, states, that Caoimhghin, 
of Gleann-da-loch, was like tmto Paul the Hermit in his habits 
and life. 

144 pelme wa tiaomti tieRewwacti. [jijne 3. 

[CC T)eniiT) naji ruir, ^efi BiOTi^(r&, ann acr aoinBen vo pfii£ 
aji na mai|ieac a|i bfiuac an loca jan pof di p6in [ca a\v ay] 
na|i iuir no ca |iail5e. 'Cuilli'o r|iiu|i ma leabai'5, ara i 
fpin^c anabai^. 1 T)ei|iiT) ^o TXfia^ai^enn an loc ma lafi, acuf 
50 tS^paicreji uilf>eifc uarBdfa£ ann, acuf qfie na huarhain 
fi^e nac lerti aon fndni coiDce po|i an loc. CCrd a Bera 1 
n^aoi^el^ qg 'Ooninall Cafniac, mac pefi^ail mic Goca^a ifin 
6anai§ itiofi 1 cCmnfileac. CCza va lo£ ann iDifi ftel5ciB 
•DuaiBfeaca, maiiimi .axe mile 6 (Xi cliarh 1 cconTKie Chille 

CCDeiii Cuimm ConDoifie ifm "odn, Cafiaif par^iaicc puiyiT: 
TTlaca, 50 mbio'B Caoimgm ma -pefam -oo ^d€ a ccfio cuman^ 
a^a Di'Den pem a|i "Beman. CC^o map aDeiji: — 

Ca|iaif CaoiThgin qxo cuThang, 
pa hobaifi qxaib'big qxe'oail, 
Ma fefamh qfie bit fiofi 
Oa Tn6ft on Dion afi •oeaniain. 

JltiuscclcccTl, .1. T)ibeti^ach oitiT)ei|ic po bo< pofi fliti'b TYlio^lti- 
achjia ppi fie cian a^ T)enam ^ac uilc, acuf |\o fCfifiD ina 
rtienmam rnonnrii'Dh ona ulc conDeachai^ vo chum Caoiiti- 
ghen, acuf vo \uro a coiBf ena t)6, acuf fio an immaille ppif 
lafiam 50 a ecc, 50 fio naoma^, acuf fio ha&nact; a^ Caoimgein 
ma chill 6 con'oeachai'b vo chum nimhe a|i m^T) a poghnama 
•DO *Ohia, acup api po a peL ^^ma* 6 po ^'-U^T^l-ttc, mac 
Copcamail, o ShliaB puaiD, acup acA vo piol Ipeil, mic Conuill 

bRCCM'OUbti, eppcop. 5^^^^^ ^ r^ bponDuB eppucc, mac TTlaon- 
ai^, ara vo pliocc TTlic Con, mic TTlaicniat pi ©penn, oca "oo 
pliocc Lui§teach, mic Ire. 

[Ucc T:RiC)CMltisTicc Mar.] 

SitLew, eppcop. 

CCippem, Cille CCippem, 1 ppail ^l-i^ii© "oa loch. 

1 The^ say. This paragraph in brackets has been inserted by the more recent hand. On 
the lower margin of the page is written, in a different hand, dig ni6p. i n^tenn t>a lo£a 
ttniO]^y " great ice on Glenndaloch to-day.'* (T.) 


[They say^ that there fell there, though wonderful, but one 
woman, who was found on the morrow on the margin of the 
lough without her own knowledge of where she fell from, or 
where she was. There is room for three persons in his bed, 
which is in a dangerous precipice. They say that the lake drains 
in its middle, and that a frightful serpent is seen in it, and that 
from fear of it no one ever durst swim in the lake. His life, in 
Irish, is in the possession of Domhnall Carrach, son of Ferghal 
MacEochadha, at Eanach-m6r, in Ui Ceinnsellaigh. There are 
two lakes here between difficult mountains, about twenty miles 
from Ath-cliath, in the county of CiU-Manntdin.] 

Cuimin, of Condoire, says, in the poem " Patrick of the fort 
of Macha loves," that Caoimhghin was constantly in a narrow 
crib to defend himself against the devil. Thus he says : — 

'^ Caoimhghin loves a narrow hovel, 

It was a work of religious mortification 

To be constantly standing, 

It was a great shelter against demons." 

Glunsalach, a fSstmous outlaw, who was on the highway of Midh- 
luachair for a long time committing all sorts of injuries, resolved 
in lus mind to turn frt)m his misdeeds, and he went to Caoimghin 
and made his confession to him, and afterwards remained with 
him till his death, so that he was sanctified, and was buried 
with Caoimghin in his church ; thus he went to heaven, on 
account of his great services to God, and this is his festival 
This may be Glunsalach, son of Costamhail, of Sliabh Fuaid, 
and he is of the race of Irial, son of Conall Cearnach. 

Bbandubh, Bishop. This may be Brandubh the Bishop, son of 
Maenach, who is of the race of Mac Con, son of Macniadh, king 
of Erin, of the race of Lughaidh, son of Ith. 

[XJa Trianlugha.* Marianus,] 

SiLLAN, Bishop. 

AlFFEN, of Cill Aiffein, near Gleann-da-loch, 

* ITa-Triamhgha. This name w added by the more recent hand, quoting ** Mar.*" : I.e., 
O'Gonnan. (T.) 


146 peliae noc Mccomli NeTiewMcccTi. [jtjne 6. 

moNiNNe, ogh. 

4. CC pRi"Die notices iumii. 4. 

CRtiimT^tieTi Colum, faccafitj^Oofntincnsti fnoififnhai^ Imcldifi. 
CCCSSCCM, faccafiTj. T)o flio6c Lao§ai|ie mic Weill tk). 

nioctiua Cictiecccti. 

pcciT^tileNN, mac OCeDa •Oiarhoin. *Oo fliofii: Coific, mic tai^- 

'oeac, mic Oiliolla piainn bice, mic pachai'5 Tntiillechain, 

mic Go§ain Thoifi, mic Oiliolla Oluim. 


euNiN, Cluana. 


tnolucc, mac 8inill, vo flioCc btiiain, mic ©a&oac TTItii^e'Boin. 

5. b. nonces lumi. 5. 

pONMlusTl actir btlocGCCM, Cloana ihic P615. 

WicroTl acuf beRCticcw, o Chluain CCe*a CCirhmec 1 Luisne. 

LeccM, Chill goBaiU CCt^a Cill gaCail ei:i|i ©of fltiai'& acuf 

^tin na n^all a r^Cifi OCo^a, s^'5ea5 m t?uil i;efnpall onn 


6. C. OCZOCUO 1"DU6 ItlNII. 6. 

Colmccw, epfcop. 

mocolociT^Tlseti, 6 'Chisti fnaolairhs^n i cCcnfippe Ua Ctcq[v6a, 

DO 1 tnaigh Lacha i fila|irha|i bfie^h. 
CLcnaewecccTi, CluaTia caoin. 

1 MofAme. The more recent hand has written here, '^Vide an ait qoain TamL Toeat 
Didea:** Le., "consider whether Momima is not the same who is called JHiea, in the 
Martyrology of Tamhlacht at this day." (T.) 


MoNiNNE,' VirgiiL 



Cbuimtheb CfOLUM, Priest, of Domhnach-mor Maighe Imchlair. 
CassXn, Priest He is of the race of Laeghaire, son of NialL 


Faithlenn, son of Aedh Diamhan, of the race of Core, son of 
Lnghaidh, son of OilioU Flannbeg, son of Fiacha Muilleathan, 
son of Eoghan Mor, son of Oilioll OluinL 


Ernin, of Cluain. 


MoLUAy son of Sinell, of the race of Brian, son of Eochaidh 


Fionnlugh and BrogIn, of CIuain-mic-Feig. 

NiADH and Berchan, of Cluain Aedha Aithmet, in Luighn^. 

Lean, of Cill Gk)bhaiL There is a Cill-Oabhail between Eas- 

Rnaidh and Dun-na-nGall in Tir- Aedha, but there is no church 

there now. 


CoiJiAN, Bishop. 

HEaelaithghen, of Tigh-Maelaithghin, in Cairbre-Ua-Ciardha^ or 

in Magh-lacha, in the west of Bregia. 
Claisknsach, of Cluain-caoin. 


• CkkMck. An epithet derived from ot ' a pap,* and signifying, 'Of the breasts/ (R.) 


148 pelme ncc wccottiTi NeRewMacti. [june a. 


TTle'oTlTlCCM. Soma'D 6 fo TTle-bpan 8ai§pe crcd afi flioct: Con- 
aipe, mic Tncba lartia, aniDiii e|ienn, aud vo fiol ejiemoin. 

7. V. «epT:iTno I'otis iumii. 7. 

TTlocTlolTTlocc, epfcop, .i. TYlac tla CCfira o T)h|iuiTn TTIocholTnocc 
[.1. T)fiuim m6|i] i ntliB Gacac UUrb. *Oo fiol Ifieoil, mic 
Conaill Chejinai^ 7)0. 

[OCniog aza Colman, epfcop T)tioma m6i|i vo |i6i|i a BeCoi'b 
1 LaiT)iTi, acur an pelefie, 6ti of lonann an T)d ainm, acuf 
Columbanuf a ainm ag Ua Sofimain ifin gluar.] 

Colum, JoBa. 

Colum, mancngh. 



8. G. seAXo 1*0118 lUNii. 8. 

ba6N, epfcop, o Chaifiul lojifiae i ntla pach|iach tnuai-Be, 
ceo ^1 511. 

enTTie'Dtiacti, abb Cunsa. 

Lucai^tiTieN'O, 6^h, 6 Cill Luai^tienT) i cCopann a cConnaSrxxilS. 

"Oo fliocc Cofibmaic 5cnl©n5» nrJic 'Cai'55, mic Cein, mic Oili- 

olla Oluim -Bi. 
tntlTlCtltl mac Ua TTlaichtjene. 
TTlecroTlRCCM mac Ua TTlaichren. 

1 Heremcn, The more recent hand adds here, ** Est potiua 8* htgnfl.** Metnliig tbsi tht 
S. Medran^ here mentionedi is more probably the same who is commemorated on tba SUi 
of this month. (T.) 

' Gloas. The paragraph here given within brackets is added by the more reovit Imd. 
The two names, Colman and Mocholmog, are the same; for Mocohnog is the Iiiah dflvo- 
tional name, compounded of mo-Cohm-og^ Le., ** my little Colnm,** or my belofved Cdhoi ; 
Cohnany and Columban^ are diminutives of CoAim, and equivalent to Coimm-og. Tlw 

june 8.] calendah of the saints of ibeland. 149 


Medhr^. This may be Medhr&n, of Saighir, who is of the race 
of Conaire, son of Moghlamha^ monarch of Erin, who was of 
the race of Heremon.^ 

7. D. septdco mus junil 7. 

MocHOLMOO, Bishop, La, Mao-Ua-Arta, of Drum Mochohnog (i.e., 
Drom-mor), in Ui Eachach Uladh. He was of the race of 
Conall Ceamach. 

[At this day there is a Colman, Bishop of Dniim-m6r, accord- 
ing to his Latin Life and the Feilire, for the two names are the 
same, and Columbaniis is his name with O'Gorman in th^ 

CoLUM, Gobha.' 

C!oLXTM, Monk. 




Br(5n, Bishop of Caiseal Lrae, in Ui-Fiachrach-Muaidhe, A.D. 511. 

Ermedhagh, Abbot, of Conga 

LuATTHRENN, Virgin, of Cill Luaithrenn in Corann, in Connacht. 

She is of the race of Corbmac Gaileng, son of Tadhg, son of 

Cian, son of Oiiioll Ohiim. 
If UBCHU, Mac Ua Maichteno; 


Meadhban, Mac Ua Maichten.^ 

in Iftfumns O'Oonnan explains Mocholm6g thns : " Colnmbanus [.i. epfxx>p] mac U 
Arti o Dniim m6r Mocolmocc in Uibh F«achach Uladh.** In the Felire of Aengus his 
name oocvn also thus: PeiL CoUnm cen elccon, in ni6iYi meic hUi OCyicat. **The 
leitiTal of Colom, withont evil, the great son of Ua Arta.** (T.) 

• Gobka: Le., the smith. (T.) 

*Maicktm. The more recent hand notes here : ** Medranns jaxta S. Aenes Martvrol./* 
meaning probably that the Felire of Aengus (and it might have been adde<l the Mart. 
Tamil, also) calls him simply Medran, not Medran mac Ua Maichten. (T.) 

150 pelme ncc waomti weuewwacTi. [june 9. 

9, p. qumu) i"Dti8 itiMii. 9. 

Colum Cille, mac pelim, abb matmch fiT)tibti a n'Ooipe Choluim 
chille, acuf in hi in CClbain. Cfiionirann a c6d ainn), acuf 
vo riooa* Coluim pai|i a|i a Softhaile n^ir an en va ngoiTi^eii 
an coluim qfi Semofa acuf ayi ailpne. CCf cdfie ainnini§6e|x 
6 6 chill, .1. a|i a oilerhain i cCill mic YlSndin i cCenel 
Conuill ma a€a|i'&a pein. CCn feachrrfiaft la tk) mi *Oe- 
cembefi fiuccofe 6 i n^ccf^t^an ifin cCenel Conuill |ieih|iaire, 
CCo *oi 520. Ho chochai^, umofifio, tki blia^oin, acof Toa 
fMchiTj T)ia aoif in eifiinT) ace fioUr5 cfieiTnne, acuf ijifi 
cfiaBai'B acuf caoinpiiorha ; ag fenmoifi, acof ace pfioicepc 
bti6i€fie *06; ag fldnfisa-S gafi galoifi, acuf gach T:;e^ma 
(arhail ay pollaf afin leaBafi ma Bpuil a Berha) ag corhTKich 
mamifc|iech acuf ceall niom-Ba feaSnon Gfienn, aihail oca 
"Ooiiie, Rochborh, ^englenT), 'Cofuii'5, Cill mic Menam, •Ojiuim 
cuama, J^fT^^dn, TiJulaig TDuBglaifi, baile meg HoBafiTxii^ a 
cCenel Conaill, acuf "Ofiuim cliaB a cCaifibiie 'Ofioma clmC, 
acuf 8c|iin a cConna&aiB ; an 8qiin i TlliT)he, Cenan*Daf, 
T)e|imagh, Sujit), TTlaem, acuf afioile ilcealla fechnon 6|ienn 
aficena. T)o chuanoh lajioTh in OClbam Toia oili€|ie, actif |io 
aiufieaB ifin oilen "oan hamm hi Choluim chille, acuf po 
he^bfia'oh an baile fin tk), acuf a^vaile cealla lom'ba. CCcuf 
af mo mT)e|ina t)0 po^amh i nCClbam a|i gjid^h an cotrn'oe* 
ma a nT)etina i nGf mn g6|i bo m6fi t)0 |ii§ne vo moii^h innre. 
CC\i ife rug 6 •Boficha gemnrlige&a, acuf peaco^ lar co 
foillfi cpei'DiTh acuf caom^nioiha. Ho ^oehaich imopfio 
ceirpe blioSna Toeg ap piSit; Toia aoip ipm cpich pin ag po^- 
nam TK) T)hia co moeachai* vo cum nimhe aiT)hche 'DOihnai^ tx) 
punnpcrB lap l5popBa .ui. mblia^n .Ixx. TiJucca* TMxna a &>pp 
lap na 6cc in hi T)Ochom nCpenn co po ha'5na6c co n-ondtp, 
acup CO naipmircm m6ip in aon xnimba la naoih paqfuncc, 
acup la naom bpigir i nT)un va tet^hglap in UItxmB. OCp ip 
loopm ma ccpiup cpi hapD pacpfim na hepenn, .i. Paqfioicc, 

1 Coliim Ciile* In the margin there is this note, in the more recent hand : ^ Natns cat 
70 Decembris an. 520, ex Vita S. Boetii episcopi ; in Hibemia yixit 42 aimoa, Hiam pio- 


9. F. QuiNTO mus JUNii. 9. 

CoLUM CiLLE,^ son of Felim, Abbot of Black Monks, at Doire 
Choluim Chille and at I, in Albain. Crimhthann was his first 
name; and he was called Colum from his similarity to the bird 
which is called the dove, from his mildness and gentleness. 
The reason that he is named Of the cill [or church] is, because 
he was fostered at Cill-mio-Nenain, in Cinel Conail, in his own 
patrimonial land. On the seventh day of the month of Decem- 
ber he was bom at Oartan, in Cinel Conaill aforesaid, A.D. 520. 
He spent two score and two years of his life in Erin dissemi- 
nating religion, piety, and good deeds; in preaching and teach- 
ing the word of God ; healing every disease and every distemper 
(as is evident from the book which contains his life) ; founding 
many monasteries and churches throughout Erin, as at Doire, 
Bathboth, Sengleim, Torach, Cill-mic-Nenain, Druim Tuama, 
GarULn, Tulach-Dubhghlaisi, Baile Meg-Robhartaigh, in Cinel 
Conaill; and at Druim-cliabh in Cairbre Droma-diabh, and 
Serin in Connacht; Serin in Meath, Cenarmas, Dermagh, Surd, 
Haein, and many other churches throughout Erin. He after- 
wards went to Albain on a pilgrimage, and dwelt on the island 
which is called I Coluim Cille, and this place was offered to 
him, and many other churches. And he did more service in 
Albain for the love of the Lord than in Erin, though he did 
much good there also ; for it was he that brought them' from 
the darkness of paganism and of sin to the light of faith and 
good deeds. And he spent thirty-four years of his life in that 
country serving God, until he went to Heaven on Sunday night 
exactly, after completing his seventy-sixth year. His body was 
brought to Erin after his death, so that it was buried with 
honour and great veneration in one tomb with Saint Patrick and 
with Saint Brighit, at Dun-da-lethghlas in Ulster. For these 
are the three chief patrons of Erin : Patrick, Colum Cille, and 

foctiu on. 565, ibi post 84 obiit, an. 598, eetat 76.*' But these numbers are not quite 
cofUMtent (T.) 

* Tkem: i.e., the men of Albain or Scotland. (T.) 

152 pelme ncc mccottiTi NetiewwcccTi. [june 9. 

Coluim cille, acuf bjfiigic CCcuf ba W) fao|iclaTiTiaibti Gjienn 
•Din, T)o Choluim .1. tk) Chenel Concnll J^lban, mic Weill 
naoigiallcng a orccnfi. Gichne, ingen 'Oiotncx, mic Moe, tk) 
Ixii^niB, vo fiol Cofiaoifi Tn6i|i .1. |ii Gfienn a rhdchocifi, acuf 
ni pifi ma|i a •oeiiiiT) THioiTie gufiab mgen vo mac ConTTfndrVia 
a rhdiaifi, 6i|i vo bi f uim oifii'&e W) fi^DcnB blicrboiTi 6 §ein 
Coluim cille ^Uf an aimfi|i inafi goifiea^ Roaific 6 bpuil 
TTlac Cont^fnariia. 

CCT)ei|i Cuimin CoinT)ei|ie ifin vax\ Txifiab xnif, Cayiaif pa- 
T^tiaicc ptufiTj TTlaSa, nach cai^ODh Coluim cille -oo Bia^ a|i 
pe-S na feachcmaine ni vo bcficrb f<ifa:B bi'ft en uaifi amdin 
vo '5uine Bo6u. CC5 fo ma|i aDeifi : — 

Cafiaif Coltiim cai-b ciUe, 
TTlac pei'6limi'6 na bpeil f»fvc, 
Ml Uxo le feachi^inain na cofip, 
Hi T)o fdfpccD bocD empeacc. 

CCnno "Domini on ran panoh a fpifioc, 599. 

T^ofia bliaT5na baoi ^an I6f , 
Coltum ma "Otjibfiecclef , 
LufD la hamuli af a cacc, 
lap, f6 bliaT5naib feaci^moT&ac. 

CC'oeip peinleaBap t^ aopDa mempuim ma 15ppi€ maprap- 
laic 'CamlacT^a TTlaoilepuain acup corhanmann na naom 
nBipennac, 50 paiBe Coluim cille copmail a mb6paiB acup a 
mberai-S pe hCCnDpiap appDaL 

CC'oeip I5e6a Ciapdin Cluana, cap. 47, gupab 'oona hofc 
nopToaiB vo bi in ©pinn opT) Coluim Cille. 

. . . . Colum pein ap laD 

["Do €aippnpp TTlochr^a Lugmai'b Coluim cille 200 t!>li€r6ain 
pia na §ein 

^ Deeds, The text of this poem, &s given by Dr. Kelly, reads om oiticfie, "in hb 
pilgrimage :" a copy in the Brussels MS. haa, na naoimpetvc, " of the holy deeds.** (T.) 

8 J./). 699. This an error. The date m the Annals of the Four Masters, wfaidi this 
Calendar generally follows, is 592 ; that in the Annals of Ulster, 594; that in Tigfaenufcdi, 
696 ; but 597 is the true year. See Reeves^s Adamnan, p. 309. (R.) 

3 Erin. There is a defect here in the MS. (T.) 


Brighit. And Colum Cille was of the noble races of Erin, i.e., 
his fSftiher was of the race of Conall Gulban, son of Niall of the 
Nine Hostages. Eithne, daughter of Dioma, son of Noe, of 
Leinster^ of the race of Cathaoir Mor, king of Erin, was his 
mother; and what some people say, that his mother was the 
daughter of Mac Consnamha, is not true, for there were several 
hundred years from the birth of Colum Cille to the time that 
O'Ruairc had his name, from whom Mac Consnamha is de- 

Cuimin, of Condeire, says, in the poem beginning " Patrick 
of the fort of Macha loves," that Colum Cille used not to take 
of food during the week as much as would satisfy a poor man 
for one meaL Thus he says : — 

"The holy Colum Cille loves : 

Son of Feidhlimidh, of generous deeds,^ 
There went not for a week into his body 
What would satbfy a poor man one turn." 

It was A.D. 599* when he resigned his spirit. 

" Three years was he without light, 
Colum in his Duibh-regles. 
He went with angels out of his earthly prison 
After six years and seventy." 

A very ancient old- vellum-book, in which is found the Mar- 
ijnrology of Tamhlacht-Maoilruain and the Irish saints of the 
same name, states, that Coliun Cille was like unto Andrew the 
Apostle in his habits and life. 

The Life of Ciaran, of Cluain, chap. 47, states that the Order 
of Coliun Cille was one of the eight orders that were in Erin.* 

. . . . Colum himself it is they 

[Mochta^* of Lughmhadh, predicted Colum Cille two hundred 
years before his birth.* 

* Mockta, The whole of this long passage, within brackets, on the predictions of 
Colum Cille*8 birth, is a separate insertion, on a loose sheet of paper, in the MS. : but in 
O'Clcry's hand. It belongs most probably to the festival of the Nativity of Colum Cille 
(7 Dec.) ; but Mr. Curry, in his transcript of the MS., placed it here. (T.) 

* Birth, There is another defect in the MS. here, the paper having been torn. The 

154 pelme wcc wccomh weuewwach. [juke 9. 

•Qo iaifingui paqruxic 6 afi 8i€ OCofea an can "oo W 05 ben- 
nacha^ ConuilL ^ulban actif Pefi^tifa a meic, an can vo fitiiti 
a IdiTh nT)eif afi cenn pep-gafa xxixi ChonalL pa|ipai&f 
ContilL ve cfB imo nTyepna. CCfbefic paqioicc : OiafB mac 
meic ag P©iv§af ayi f6, actif bti-B Coluim ciLle a ainm, acuf if 
na ondifi -oo beitiimfi mo Idith nT)eif ap cenn pefilafa tk) 
15|ii§ gtipab ix)i5fi pa glfin an mac fin vo ind •DUiT;fi, acuf bu'B 
txnCneathac la *Oia acuf la TKioimB an mac fin. S^inp'Bef 
mac -Dia fine, 7c. beCa Coluim cille, cap. 2. "Do €aipnpp 
Pcrcpaicc a niona*& ele Coluim cille pia na |einemain lap 
mbei6 a n'Ooihnafi mdp THuige hl€e, a cCenel cConuill, go 
n'oechai'B ap na ihdpafi gtif an fpu€ pif anabap 'Oaol ma 
cappac T)o bennugcrb na ripe, acup ap nvul 50 htip an oca 
bpifiuc feipfci an cappaic vo bl paoi, acuf gach tiaip "oa 
nT)aingni§6i loo an rxm vo cei§ea* pdupcncc ipin cappoc vo 
bpifrif •oopi'Bifi. CCctif longoncaigi'D ca£ an ni fin. Na bio^ 
iongna'5 opaiB ap pdqfiaicc cpe ppiopaiT) faiT)eT)opa£ca 6ip ni 
pigenn an calaih dv on Cfpu6 an onn alep meifi "oa benna^a^, 
6ip bep€ap mac ann, acup bti'B Coluim a oinm, acuf afe 
benneocaf an calarh bu'B dual's, acuf af na on6ip vo €oip- 
mifs X>\a gan mo I6igenfa vo bennuga'6 an calaiih. CC€ an 
cappaic ap *Oaol ainm an a6a pin. CCT>eip be€a Coluim 
cille, cap. 2, gup caippngip paqfiaicc Coluim cille an can vo 
bi ag bfiill an con vo bennaig an abonn acup a hiapg, acuf 
ooutkiipc go cducfa* mac na bechai* fu€aine .1. Coluim 
cille, acuf go ccumT)aigfea* ecclaif onopac ag Bop mic 
n6ipc. *Oo caipngip paqfiaicc gem Coluim cille oimpip v6l 
ccainic go h©f Huai-B, acuf "oo bennaig an caoB bu'B "oef 
T)on eaf, acuf a T)ubaipc gupab po comaip Coluim cille vo 

numbeFf 200 years, is an obvious mistake ; for St Mochta beingf as his life states, a diadple 
of St. Patrick, could not have prophesied 200 years before the birth of Colum COk. St. 
Cuimin (Vit. S. Columbie, c. 2,) says 60. See Colgan, ActL SS.p.7dSi Reeves, Ademmtm, 
p. 6; and compare what is said of St Mochta in this Mart, at 19 Aug. (T.) 

1 Chap. 2. The Life of St Columba here referred to is that in Irish by Manna O^Don- 
nell, which is not parted into chapters in the original, but which is arbitrarily divided 
both by the ()'Cler\'8 and Colgan, though in different proportions. What is here assigned 


ficnretold him at Sith-Aodha when he was blessing 
Conall Gnllian, and Fergus, his son. When he placed his right 
hand on the head of Feigus over across ConaJl, Conall asked 
him why he did so. Patrick replied : '' Fergus shall have a 
son's son, said he, and Golum Cille shall be his name, and it is 
in honour of him I put my light hand on the head of Fergus, 
because that son is nearer to him by a generation than to thee ; 
and this son shall be pleasing to God and men. A son shall be 
bom of his race, &c." Life of Colum Cille, chap. 2.' Patrick 
foretold Colmn Cille at another place before his birth. After 
being at Doinhnach M6r Maighe Ithe, in Cinel ConaiU, he went 
in his chariot the next day to the stream which is called Daol 
to bless the country, and on coming to the brink of the ford, 
the spindles^ of the chariot which was under him were broken, 
and as often as they were mended, when Patrick went into the 
chariot they broke again. And all marvelled at this thing. Do 
not wonder, said Patrick, through the spirit of prophecy, for 
that land from the stream northwards does not stand in need of 
my blessing, for a son shall be bom there, and Colum Cille 
shall be his name, and it is he that shall bless the land to the 
north, and it is in honour of him that God has prohibited my 
blessing the land. Ath-an-Charpaid,^ on the Daol, is the name 
of that ford. The Life of Colum Cille, chap. 2, states that 
Patrick predicted Colum Cille when he was at the Boyle, when 
he blessed the river and its fish, and he said that a son of eternal 
life would come, Le., Colum Cille, and that he would foimd a 
noble church at Eas mic n-Eirc. Patrick foretold the birth of 
Colimi Cille one time that he came to Eas Buaidh, and he 
blessed the south side of the cataract, and said that it was for 

to chmp. 2, 18 in Colgan numbered chapters 4 to 7. (Trias Thaum., p. 390 a). The order 
of the predictions is the same in the Life as here. (R.) 

^SpmdBes. Colgan renders it axw, in the singular (cap. 5, p. 890 a). The term 
peifil^i used in the text is, howerer, the plural of peaTV|xn:, which signified *a spindle,' 
and is in a secondary sense applied to the sand-bank at a ford or estuary*. See O'Donovan's 
note on the Four Masters, A C. 665, vol. i., p. 278. The idea of axle-trees, in the plural, 
would imply the use of a four-wheeled conveyance. (R.) 
* Ath-an-Charpaid : i.e., ford of the chariot. (T.) 

156 pelme ncc nccomh MeuewMach. [june 9. 

poguiB uifiet^bafB benncn^Ce afi cm caoB bu-B ojafB arhail vo 

CCT)eni beca Coluim cille, cap. 3, gtifi caifipnsui THaiiTxxn 
naoth^a a nainifiti a Bdif, gem Coluim cille, 6ifi "oo icqfifi a 
leaBap fein "oo cup a|i a ucc ifin rumba, acuf go nucqpcrB 
mac naoThra bennaigce ccf eifiinn a ccionn aimfi|ie, acuf of 
on 6n ifa pio^uifi "oo connaific Goin ag luige ayi lofa a^ fpuch 
loti^annain ainmneochap. Ie6 a anma, acuf ap on eaccloif 
ainmneochafi le6 ele a anma inucpai'B cmnfo a ccionn, 100 
blia'Ban, acuf oifgeolai'B mo cumba, acuf coime'opai'B *Oia mo 
leabapfa pa na fomaifi gan pal san T)0|icaDar, acup b^fiai-B 
50 hGtiinn, acuf bu'B poifc6l THapcain a ainm 1 nG|iinn loyi 
fin. CCca beCa Coluim cille, cap. 62, ag x^ecc leif fin .1. gufi 
gaB 5Uf in lonaft apaiBe THap-can, acuf 50 fiucafcaip an 
foifc6l THaptxnn leif. 

X>o Caipp-ngifi bp.?§ic naothia Coluim cille, cap. 4, t>o 
Beiai'B Coluim cille an can vo pifne paifnne 50 n^einp^Be 
flcrc 05 Ifin caoB cuai'B, acuf 5om<r5 cp ann mop lapfin, acuf 
50 leipat a 6app cap Gpinn acuf OClbain gona (1 fo) cm 
pann : — 

TTlacan 6tne cao^pooa, 
8eac af bol if blotnijccb, 
Coltiim Cille cai'o 5cm on, 
Wip b6 porn a poraghcrt. 

CCT)eip beiBa Coluim cille, cap. 5, ^up caipngip poupoicc 
gupab an aon cumba pif pein acuf la bpigii; -oo bei6 Coluim 

*Oo Txxipngip be6cc ceachc Coluim cille aBfcro pia na 
geinemain. beca Coluim cilli, cap. 6. 

*Oo caippn^ip Caillin naom Coluim cille abfcro pia na 
§einemain. bera Coluim cille, cap. 7. 

1 Chap, a This is chap. 8 m Colgan, Trias Thaum., p. 390 b. (R.) 
a Ch^ 62. This is Ub. iii., cap. 28, of O'DonneU's Life, as divided by Colgan, Tr. Tb. 
p. 436 a. (R.) 

« Chtq). 4. In Colgan it is cap. 1>, Tr. Th., p. 300 ft. (R.) 


Colum Cille he left a want of blessing on the north, and this 
was fulfilled. 

The life of Colum Cille, chap. 3,^ states that St. Martin, at 
the time of his deaths foretold the birth of Colum Cille, for he 
requested that his book should be placed on his breast in the 
tomb, and that a holy and blessed son should come from Erin 
after a time, half whose name would be called from the bird 
whose figure John saw descending on Jesus at the stream of 
Jordan, and the other half from the church — that he should come 
hither at the end of TOO years ; and he shall open my tomb, said 
Martin, and God will preserve my book for him without stain, 
without darkness, and he shall bring it to Erin, and Martin's 
Gospel shall be its name in Erin afterwards. The Life of Colum 
Cille, chap. 62,* agrees with this, i.e., that he proceeded to the 
place where Martin was, and that he brought away the Gospel 
of Martin with him. 

St. Biighit aJso foretold Colum Cille, life of Colum CUle, 
chap. 4,' when she delivered a prophecy: that a young scion 
would be bom in the northern parts, and that it would become 
a great tree afterwards, and that its top would spread over Erin 
andAlbain. This is the quatrain: — 

*' The son of long-sided Eithne, 

He is surely beautiful, he is blooming, 
Colum Cille, pure without blemish, 
It is not too early to perceive him.'' 

The life of Colum Cille, chap. 5,* says that Patrick foretold 
that it would be in the same tomb with himself and Brighit 
that Colum Cille would be buried. 

Beooc* foretold the coining of Colum CUle long before his 
birth. Life of Colum Cille, chap. 6. 

St. Caillin foretold Colum Cille long before his birth. Life 
of Colum Cille, chap. 7.® 

^Ciap, 5. O'Donnell puts the prophecy, concerning this interment, in St. Brigid*s 
month, cmp. 9, Tf. Th., p. 390 b. (B.) 

'^Beoec Or Dabeoc, latinized Beoanus. O'Donnell, lib. i., cap. 10, Trias Thaum., p. 
390 6. (R.) 

• Chap, 7. O'Donnell, chap. 11, Trias Thaum., p. 391 a. (R.) 

158 pelme wcc wccomli MetieMtiacli. [june 9. 

•Qo ijaiimgiti bfienainn 6, cap. 8. 

*Oo raifingifi efpucc Govern CCfiTKi ffwrta zecz Coluim, cap. 9. 

*Oo ijaiiinpii .... 

OCDeiti beta Coluim (cille), cap. 11, gup caippnpp ponn 
mac CumhailL an caippn^epixii'B otpDeipc 6 an xxm vo I615 
an cti oip'oeipc bpan an'oiai'b an •oaitti allafB, actif vo ten 
5tif an abainn a^ Seinglenn Coluim cille, acup nip len txqi 
abainn anonn 6, pipab annpin "oo ijaipngip ponn gem Coluim 
cille o nainmneoc^aoi an ^lennpin, acup 50 mbeinneocha* a 
mopdn VionooaiB t nBpinn acup in OClbain, acup bealach 
TKxmdin ainm an lonaiT) pin o pin ale. 

*Oo poillpi§ea* 'opeiT)lim Heafomap, aipT)pi epenn, an 13 
glun pia Coluim cille puap, 50 ngeinp'be Coluim cille "oo 
bia^ apa pliofe, 7c. 

X>o ^aipngippex) T)paoi€e Conuill ^ulban gein Coluim cille 
pia na geinemain, cap. 13. 

OCT>eip be€a Coluim cille, cap. 14f, 50 ppacai* Gfene mdCoip 
Coluim cille aipling .1. 50 T)Ui5aft bpac m6p "W, acup gup 
le€nai§ op Cpinn acup op OClbain, 7c 

CCDeip an 15 cap. vo bechai'B Coluim cille co tfpuil OCTKim- 
nan naomia aga meabpu|(r5 gup poillpig ainjel *06 e pein 
uaip eile -o'eiine, acup sup fecipbem rutkiille t)i ma poitSe 
espattilaCr acup lolpa^ gafi T)a6a, acup T)eg tkila* gafi nei€i 
T)egBalai^ aip, 7c. CCcup pug an cuBaille leip apip, acup 
•oap le Oi6ne gup le€ ap Cpinn acup cap CClbain, acup cap 
lapiap T)omain, 7c. 

*Oo connaipc ben popmaiD acup iommui6 "oeiine oiplinj, 
.1. dnach acup eCai^e an aieoip -do bpei€ iona€aip Cine po 

1 Chap. 8. O'Donnell, chap. 12, Trias Thaum., p. 391 a. (B.) 
s Chap, 9. O'Donnell, chap. 18, Trias Thaum., p. 891 a. (R.) 

* ForeU>UL Here there is another defect in the MS. (T.) But CDoniwO avpplkt the 
deficiency, for at this stage he records the prediction of ^* Boetins Alios Bronaigh," that !% 
boice mac bTVonoig, the founder of Monasterboice, who left this worid jnat as Colaaibft 
was entering it, on the 7th of December. Chap. 14, Trias Thaam., p. 891 a. (B.) 

* Chap. 11. 0*Donnell, chap. 16, Trias Thaunu, p. 391 b, (JL) 


Brenaiim foretold him, chap. 8.* 

Bishop Eoghan, of Ard-sratha, foretold the coming of Colum, 
chap. 9.* 


The life of Colum (Cille), chap. 11 / states that the celebrated 
prophet^ Finn Mac Cumhaill, foretold him when he let the cele- 
brated hound, Bran, after the wild stag, and he followed him to 
the river of Sen-ghleann Choluim Cille, but he did not follow 
him over across the river ; it was then Finn foretold the birth 
of Colum Cille, from whom that valley would be named, and 
that he would bless many places in Erin and Albain. And 
Bealach-damhain^ is the name of that place from that forth. 

It was revealed to FedUm Beachtmhar, monarch of Erin, the 
thirteenth ascending generation before Colum Cille, that a Colum 
Cille would be bom who would be of his race, &a 

The Druids of Conall Oulban predicted the birth of Colum 
Cille before his birth, chap. 13.® 

The life of Colum Cille, chap. 14,^ states that Eithne, the 
mother of Colum Cille, saw a vision, i.e., that a large doak was 
given to her, and that it spread over Erin and Albain, &a 

The 15th chapter* of the Life of Colum Cille states, that St. 
Adamnan observes that an angel of God had revealed himself at 
another time to Eithne, and that he showed her a towel in which 
there were various and many colours, and the goodly odour of 
every sweet-smelling thing on it, &c. And he took away the 
towel with him again, and it appeared to Eithne that it spread 
over Erin and Albain, and over the west of the world, &c. 

A woman who bore grudge and envy to Eithne saw a vision, 
viz., that the birds and fowls of the air carried the bowels of 
Eithne throughout the territories of Erin and Albain, and Eithne 

^ Bealach-^amkam. ** The path of the stag." (T.) Or iS^eiRtto cervt, as Colgan renders 
it in ODoniiell, cap. 15, Trias Thanm., p. 391 6. (R.) 

• Chap. 1& O'Doime]], chap. 16, Trias Thanm., p. 891 6. (R.) 

f Chap, 14. Not expressly translated by Colgan from 0*Domiell. (R.) 

• 15el chapter, ODonnell, in his 18th chapter (Trias Thanm., p. 392 a), borrows this 
story from Adamnan, lib. iii, cap. 1. (R.) 

160 pelme mcc Maomti MeaeNMacli. [june 9. 

£|iiocaiB eiienn acuy CCLban, acuf puc Giotg pein bpecct -pifie, 
na haiflin^e fin. be€a Ck)luiTn cille, cap. 16. 

CCT)ei|i be€a Coluim cille, cap. 17, 50 BpacafB pinnen naorii 
aiflin?; eile .1. 'oafi leif va efga 'D'ei|i§e ifin aie|i, .1. efga oifi 
acuf efga aitigiT), acuf an c ef^a oi|i 'o'eifise "Don rxxoB bu'5 
cuoi'B T)'e|iinn, acuf 5U|i laf efie, CClba, acuf lapioii •ooihain 
T)a 'Beallfia^ va foillfi, 7c., acuf an x^efga aippT) 'D'eifige of 
cenn Cluana mic Moif, acuf ^ufi lof me'Bon Gjienn "oa 7)6011- 
fiob acuf va foillfi. OCcuf |iU5 Pnnen (Cluana he|iai|\T)) 
p6in b]ie€ na haiflingi, .1. 50 mbeyia* ben peilim, mic pefi- 
gufa Cennpo'oa, mic Conuill ^ulban, mic Weill flaoi§iallai§, 
mac vow TjaoB dual's T)'e|iinn acuf gomcrb Coluim cille a 
ainm, acuf 50 pacha's cl6 a £pabai'5 eifiomlaip, acup -Deal- 
pa's a Beiai'B ainglecDa, a ^loine, a eacna, a eolaip , a bp6i€pe, 
acuf a penmopa po lapiap T)OThain uile, acup 5om<r5 e Ciapdn 
mac an r;paoip an ceapga aipgiD cona put5ailciB acap cona 
*Dei§ SniorhaiB, 7c. 

CCmail vo raippnppeob acup vo pogpo-b gem Coluim ctlle 
ip amlai-B x^dpla, 6ip vo gineoB e ip in ctimpip ba tx)iI la *Oia, 
.1. a .7. Id vo mi TDecembep an bliobainpi T)'aop Cpiopc, anno 
520. CCcup ip ann pugoB e a n^apx^an a cCenel ConuilL CC 
c'Culai§ ^OutS^laipi ipin Cenel Conuill ce^ona -oo (baii^^), 
acup a cCill mic Menain vo hollo's athailcrcapan |iannpo 
vo pifene TTlupa arhoil vo ^eibrep ipin aonma'S cap. p£eT> do 
beiai'B Coluim cille. CCg po an pann : — 

Rti^OD a njap^uan -oa '6e6in, 
"Do hoilei5 a cCill mic Hedin, 
"Do baipcex> mac na niaipi, 
CC c'Culaig ve "Oubglaipi. 

Cpiomixxnn ba hainm "oo ap riip. lonann imoppo Cpiom- 
cann ipin nJaoi'Deils cpuai'B acup pionnach, acup n?p bo txwI 

1 Chap. 16. O'Donnell, chap. 19, Trias Thaum., p. 892 &. (R.) 
9 Chap. 17. O'Donnell, chap. 20, Trias Thaum., p. 392 b. (R.) 
'Bam. These verses are attributed to St Mura, of Fathain, (see March 12,) by 


herself delivered the true interpretation of that dream. Life 
of Colum Cille, chap. 16.' 

The Life of Colum Cille, chap. 17,^ states that St. Finndn saw 
another vision^ viz., it appeared to him that two moons rose in 
the sky, viz., a moon of gold and a moon of silver ; and the 
moon of gold rose in the north side of Erin, and lighted Erin, 
Albain, and the west of the world, with its brilliance and ra- 
diance, &a ; and the moon of silver rose over Cluain-mic-Nois, 
and lighted the middle of Erin with its brilliance and radiance ; 
and Finnen, of Cluain-Eraird, himself delivered the interpreta- 
tion of the dream, viz., that the wife of Feidhlim, son of Fergus 
Cennfoda, son of Conall Gulban, son of Niall of the Nine Host- 
ages, would bring forth a son, and that his name would be 
Colum Cille, and that the fame of his exemplary piety and the 
brightness of his angelic life, his purity, his wisdom, his know- 
ledge, his word, and his preaching, would extend over all the 
west of the world ; and that Ciaran, son of the carpenter, would 
be the silver moon, on account of his virtues and good deeds, &a 

As the birth of Colum Cille had been foretold and prefigured, 
it is so it came to pass, for he was bom at the time when it 
was Qod*8 will, Le., on the 7th day of the month of December, 
in the year of the age of Christ, 520 ; and the place where he 
-was bom was Qartan, in Cinel Conaill. At Tulach-dubhghlaisi, 
in the same Cinel Conaill, he was baptized, and at Cill-mic- 
Nenain he was nursed, as in the quatmn which Mura composed, 
and which is found in the twenty-first chapter of the Life of 
Colum Cille. This is the quatrain : — 

" He was bom' at GartaQ by permission of God ; 
He was nursed at Cill-mic-NeDain ; 
This son of beauty was baptized 
At the godly Tulach-dobbghlaisi." 

Crimthann was his name at fii*st. And Crimthaim is the 
same as fox in the hard Gaelic, and it was not the will of God 

0*I>oimell {ViL ColumbiB, I 25), and are thus rendered into Latin by Colgan, Triaa Thaum., 

p. 893 a :— 

"Kdiderat mundo Gartan, Dubh^hlaflsia Christo: 

Nutrierat celcbreni Killenia faiLsta Colunibain." (T.) 


1G2 Valine Mcc Nccomli weueNwcccli. [june 9. 

la T)ia an cainnif in "oo beir paifi, acuf "oo conncaf tk) T)ia 
nd|i biomcuBai'B an rainin yyu vo beic aip, lonnav "S^V- ^mp 
ye a ccjioi'Bea'baiB, acuf^ a menmannaiB na macaoih tk) bi(y5 
05 cluiie, acuf 05 fugfiaft pit^ Coluim "oo §aitini te. No av 
laD ain^le T)e pein t)o cuiti cucu T)d fid^a fwu Coluim tk) 
§aipm T)G, arhail aDeifi T11u|ia naoth 'fna |iannaiBfi : — 

Coltum cille a amm vo nun, 

TTIac pei-olim in|V ainjlib, 

5an iom|\oll jon Dailb jon on, 

Cfvionirann a amm fan faogal. 
'Oatx'oaoin nocap, camgen cl6, 

(X5 amglib fiig an |\iciT)he, 

■Oap, benfarap, Cfiiomcann -oe, 

*Svaxi 50i|VfeT) Coluim alle. 

CCcuf map t)0 bi an mac va oilemain a mbaile £ille vo bi 
Idim piu .1. T)oipe 6cne "oa n^oiprep Cillmic flenani aniu. 
T)o pia€ai§ T)if na I . . . . Coluim cille T)e . . . .] 
ba:oii:TliN, abb la Cholaim £ille in-oiai-b Coluim £ille pen, 
acup T^ech baoichin 1 cCenel Conaill a ppimh fieall, dp ba 
•DO cenel Conaill Jul-ban "oo. CCf T)on baoi^inpin po poill- 
ficchea^ na cpi caraoipe oipT)eapca T)paicfin tk) 1 nimh po lath 
po comaip "Dpuin^e vo naottiaiB Gipeann, .1. cofeaoip otji, acup 
caraip aipccir, acup ca6a?p §laine, acup po innip vo Coluim 
cille in hi in pela'B po cai'bbpeDh vo; dp ap ap aon |ie 
Coluim cille no bio^ vo §nd6, dp ba poccap a palap, actip a 
ccapaq[ia'5 lao, .1. meic 'oei^^ T)6pt5pdrap laD na ntrfp. Ip 
ann i^n puce Coluim cille bper^h vo pomh pop on ni accon- 
naipc, dp ba pdiT)h ampa 6. Corn's ann apbepx;. CCd ca6aoip 
dip crc connapcaip caraoip Ciapdin mic an rpaoip cqi a 
naoime, acup einech, acup ai'ohe'Bcaipe. CCn £a€a?p onppi; 
act: connapcaip vo ccrchaippi pein pin ap poillpi, acup fenc- 
neimh6e "oo cpdBai'b. CCn Cacaip §laine, mo fiachcnppi p6in 
pin, dp ^eppam i5lan polup ip am aibpipc poibpipce xrpep na 

1 Colum of the . . . Supjjly, " church." The MS. is at this place torn and defective 


that this name should be upon him ; and it seemed to God that 
it was not meet that this name should be upon him, so that he 
put it into the hearts and minds of the youths who were wont 
to play and sport with him to call him Colum. Or it was the 
angels of God himself that he sent to them to tell them to call 
him Colum, as St. Mura says in these verses : — 

^' Colum CiUe, a name from heaven, 

The son of Feidhlim among angels, 

Without mistake, blander, or blemish, 

Crimthann was his name in the world. 
" On Thursday, it was no wrong cause 

With the angels of the King of heaven, 

They deprived him of the name Crimthann, 

And called him Colum Cille." 

And as the boy was a nursing at a church-town which wa« 
near them, ie., Doire Eithne, which is at this day called Cill- 
Mic-Nenain, his fosterers used to call him Colum of the' . . . ] 
Baoithin, abbot of I-Coluim-Cille, next after Colum Cille himself; 
and Tech Baoithin in Cinel Conaill was his chief church, for he 
was of the race of Conall Gulban. It was to this Baoithin it 
waa permitted to see the three grand chairs in heaven empty, 
awaiting some of the saints of Eriji, viz., a chair of gold, and a 
chair of silver, and a chair of glass, and he told Colimi Cille at 
I the vision which was shown unto him ; for he used to be 
always along with Colum Cille, for they were close in consan- 
guinity and friendship, i.e., they were the sons of two brothers. 
It was then Colum Cille gave the interpretation to him of 
the thing which he had seen, for he was a famous prophet, so 
that he said then : The chair of gold which thou hast seen is 
the chair of Ciardn, son of the carpenter, the reward of his 
sanctity, and hospitality, and charity. The chair of silver which 
thou Imst seen is thine own chair, for the brightness and efful- 
gence of thy piety. The chair of glass is my own chair, for 
although I am pure and bright, I am brittle and fragile, in con- 
Compare Reeves*a Adamnan, pp. Ixx. Ixxi. Here ends the insertion, on a loose paper, 
already »poken of (see note, p. 153, *wpra), which probably belongs to Dec. 7. (T.) 


164 peLme ncc Mccomli weueNMCccli. [june 10. 

ccrcaib vo cuifie^ r|iiofn. CoTiiT)h ia|ifin po chinnpium (.1. 
Coluim cille) an apfrainenr noi|iT)eific .1. bfiaifech nennra 
Tna|i berhcn-oh qfiia birhe gan lonmafi i5an mechfuroh infi, 
combo leifi loricc a afnaigh q[iia na lonap cilic ifin rpcn^h 
^ainniige boi la uaoB hiae, an can no Itnge'B ipin oi'Bce 

baoirhin imopfvo, bai cei€|ie blia^na in ab-ftaine in hi lafi 
mbdp Ck)laini cille, d|i ba t)0 pe|iai15 6|ienn no co^hca abb co 
hi, acu|^ ba o Chenel Conaill ba meince no TX)5hra infi. CCn 
cficrc vo bio^B a^ ire W'B a T)ei|ie'5, *Oeii|^ in aDiuco|iiuni metim 
inT:enT)e, eui|i gac en "oa ^eim. CCn qfidC tk) BioDh ag nonol 
a|iBa afiaon lap na mancaiB tk) bio^ Idrh andi|i'oe oi^e 05 
^Ill-be *0e, acuf Idih ag cionol an dfiBa. Ro pai^oh baoifin 
a ainm laiipna ceiiyie blia^naiB |ieTti|idice "oo fum mine 
iccortiainm an laoi vo T)eachaiT) Colum cille vo chum nimhe, 
(Xo r>\ 600. 

CCmlicclscn'oti, mac eachach. 

TncctiOTliCC, T)|ioma cliabh. CCDeiii be€a Coluim cille, cap. 56, 
5U]\ab 6 CCo* mac CCinmifiech, pi Gpenn, cue T)puim cliaB tk) 
Choluim Sille, acup ^up bennai^ Coluim cille an baile, acup 
^up pd^uib cl6ipeac va muinnp ann a ccomapbux* an tknle, 
.1. TTloraipen T)poma cliaB. 

Cuuimrtieu, mac Ua Weppe. 

^Occ-ptiiONNCC, mac 'Oecclain. 

10. 'g. quocrvco iT)U8 iunii. 10. 

lollCCOliCCN, mac Gachach, eppcop, 6 Haich Li^€en, 1 pepaiC 

ceall 1 TTli-be. *Oo pliocc Lao§aipe mic Weill vo. 
OCninime, CCili^h. 
pomctieccUxxcti, poBaip. 

1 Colum Cille. The name appears an a gloss .1. Cotum alley oyer tlie word« |u> 
chinnpitim in the text (T.) 

* Dropping. Colgan translates the word lonmafv, obsomum. Actt. SS^ p. 734, and 
see 19 Aug., Mochta, (O'D.) 

3.41 niffht The story here alluded to ia told with some curious and interesting circmn- 
Htances, here onutteil, in the Scholia to the Felire of AenguR, at June 9. (T.) 


sequence of the battles which were fought on my account. So 
that it was after this he (Colum Cille)* resolved upon the cele- 
brated abstinence, Le., to take nettle pottage as food for the 
future, without dripping^ or fat whatever, so that the impres- 
sion of his ribs through his woollen tunic was seen in the sandy 
beach, which is by the side of I, when he used to lie on it at 

Now, Baoithin was four years in the abbacy at I after the 
death of Colum Cille, for it was from amwrig the men of Erin 
the abbot of I was chosen ; and he was most frequently chosen 
from the men of Cinel ConailL When he used to eat food, he 
was wont to say, " Deus in adjutorum meimi intende," between 
every two morsels. When he used to be gathering com along 
with the monks he held one hand up beseeching God, and 
another hand gathering the com. Baoithin resigned his soul 
to heaven after the four years aforesaid, on the same day of 
the month that Colum Cille went to Heaven, A.D. 600. 

Amhalqaidh, son of Eochaidli. 

MOTHORIA,* of Druim-chliabh. The Life of Colum Cille, chap. 
56, states that it was Aodh, son of Ainmire, king of Erin, that 
gave Druim-chliabh to Colum Cille, that Colum Cille blessed 
the place, and left a cleric of his people there in the successorship 
of the place, i.e., Mothair^n of Druim-cliabh. 

Crumther,* MacUa Nesse. 

Dafhionna, son of Deglau. 


lOLLADHAN, SOU of Eochaidh, bishop, of Bath- Liph then, in Fir- 

ceall in Meath. He is of the race of Laeghaire, son of NialL 
AiNMiRE, of Aileach. 
Faircheallach, of Fobhan 

* Molkona. He ia called alno, ju^t below, Mothorm. See O'DoiineUH Life, i., 60, in 
Colgnn, Tritu Th,, p. 39(> b, and p. 450, n. 54; Keeve8*H Adamnan, p. 279. (T.) 

* Cndmtker, The word cnnmther^ the Celtic form of the word presbyter, sip^ifies a 
priest. O' Donovan, Hy Many, p. 80, n. : but here it oeems used ab a proper name. (T.) 

16G pelme wcc waomti weneMMacli. [june 12. 

BefibeccRCCCti, Cuile T)Tie^ni. 6ci|i "O^iuitn clmB acuf Sliseach a 
cConnacraiB acd Cuil *0|ieiTnne diz; a crucccrB an cai oiiiT)efic 
euifi T)iaTifnaiT; fit Bfietin cona muinnfi, acuf conifnb|idi€|ie 
Coluim cille, actif ConnaccaiB tk)!! lei€ eile, 05 •oio^ail tneic 
fii§ Connacz; vo nia|i15 an fii§ ap comaiixce Coluim cille, acuv 
a n'Diogail na claoinbTieire tiu^ an agai'b Ck)luim ctlle pan 
leaBa|i -do f^iiioB af leaBafi phinnem. 

peR'OomtiNacti, riiama -oa iialann, CC^ x>\ 781. 

Rerticccti, mac Caomhani. 


11. CC. r^euno it)U8 iumii. 11. 

TTlCCC r:ccil (1. CCon^ap) Chille cuilinT) a LaigniB. T)o vliof'^ 
Cuiyic, mic Lm^Deach, fii TTlunian tk), acuf* T)ea|iB6pa£aiii T)o 
Colman, Cille cleinghe, CC<? T>\ 54j8. 

Restiuil, beannchuifi. 

roconmccctiT;, o^h, o Conmaicne. 

iMStiew IcciSTieN, 6 Chaill Cola. 

12. b. puiT)ie 1T)U8 1UM11. 12. 

'CORCCNllCCM, abb bennchai|i aciif 6 "Chulaig poificcetfin 1 

lLai5niB, acuf o T)|iiiini cliaB a cCai|ipfie a cConnacmitS. 

*Oo fliocr Caifibfie Riaoa, mic Conaijie, mic ITlo^ Lama, tk) 

fieifi leaBa]i aifii'be. 
CCSCCCCCM, o T)ife|ir CC^arain a|i bpu Girhne. "Do vl^o^^ 

Cai|ibfie TliaDa, mic Conai|ie, mic TTlo^a Lama v6, vo fieiji a 


^Book, See the story in 0*Donnell*s Life of Columba, lib. ii., cap. 1, Trias Thaum., p. 
400. (T.) 

« Bishop. The more modern hand adds here the references " 3far, ; Jf. TamL" (T.) 

> Madduin. Here again wo have in the moilcrn hand the same references to Harian 
O'Gorman and the Martyrolopj- of Tamhlacht, " Mar. ; M. Taml^ (T.) 

* Certain hook. What this book was does not appear. Proimbly the Sanctilogiiuii 
Geneal. is intended. But there is some ronfusitm about Toraimany who Is evidently tlie 
same as S. Ternnn, a bish<»p among the Picts, diMii>lc of Palladius, whose name octars 


Sen-Berach, of Cuil-dreplini. Between Druim-chliabh and Sli- 
geach, in Connacht, Cnil-dreimne is situated, where the cele- 
brated battle was fought between Diarmaid, king of Erin, with 
his people, and the kinsmen of Colum Cille and the Connacht- 
men on the other side, to avenge the son of the king of Con- 
nacht, whom the king of Erin had killed while under the 
protection of Colum Cille, and in revenge of the false judgment 
which he had given against Colum Cille about the book which 
he had transcribed from Finnen's book.* 

Ferdobchnach, of Tuaim-da-Ualann, A.D. 781. 

Rethach, son of Caemh^. 

Sanctan, Bishop.^ 


11. a. tertio idus junil 11. 

Mac Tail (i.e., Aenghus), of Cill Cuilinn in Leinster. He is of 

the race of Core, son of Lughaidh, king of Munster, and the 

brother of Colman, of Cill Cleitighe, A.D. 548. 
Reghuil, of Bennchor. 
TocOMRACHT, Virgin, of Conmaicne. 
The Daughter of Laisren, of Caill Cola. 


ToRANNAN, Abbot of Bennchor and of Tulach Foirtceim, in Lein- 
ster, and of Druim-chliabh in Cairpre, in Connacht, of the race 
of Cairbre Biada, son of Conaire, son of Moghlamha, according 
to a certain book.* 

AOATAN, of Disert-Agatain, on the brink of the Eithne. He is of 
the race of Cairbre Biada, son of Conaii-e, son of Moghlamha, 
according to the Sanctilogium. 

June 12, in the CaL and Brev. of Aberdeen. The p^IosA on the Felire of Acngus (Leabhar 
hreac) confounds him with Palladiuii. The 8iigge9tion that he wan abbot of Bangor and 
of Tulach Foirtceim, as well as of DnimclifFo, in the county Sligo, occurs in the glom on 
Mar. O'Gomuui. Another gloss in the Felire confoiin(L<« him with 8. Mothoria, or Motho- 
ren (»ee June 9, p. Ifi4). from which probably comes the suggestion that he was abbot of 
Drumcliife. The text of the Felire speaks of him as a traveller, and so identifies him 
with the Piclish bishop, Teman, who had visitetl Rome. (T.) 

168 pelme mcc Maomti MeaewMacti. [june 13. 

moctltlille, 1iiT)fnaT:a i porhapraiB pea Do yUocc Cai|ib|ie 

RiaTKi, mic Conaifie, acuf 
'CnoscccM, CC\iva byiecam, ceiqie "Deiibfiai^iie icrofi'be -do ftiocx: 

Caifib|ie Hicroa, mic Conaiyie, mic TTl(y5a Larha. 

CccomcCN, OCji'oa CaoTham la raoB Loca 5«iiman a tai§niB, acu^ 

af eifi-Be Caoman Sancx: Leian, acuf af lonann moCaifi vo 

pem, acuf vo Caoimpn, acuf vo Wcrcfaeirhe 'Cifie va ^Iccf, .1. 

Caoimell, mjean Ceinnpionnam, mic Cifi, mic iui^^ach. 

Do fliocx: Cuijib uluim, mic pepgufa, mic Ro|xi, mic Hu-B- 

|iai§e vo. 
Ctii08T:ccn, .1. 5^oUa Cfiifc Ua tnofigaifi, bfidiaiia "00 TTIaol- 

mao'5o5, .1. TTlalachiaf crcd "oo Cenel Conaill, acuf |iob efpucc 

an 5^olla Cfiifc fo. 


DictlUlll, OCchai'oh na cfio. 

TTlUTlctlU. CCra TTluficij "oo fliocx: Conaill CjvemTxnnne, mic 
Weill Naoi5iallai§, acuv ^^^ ^^^^ TTIupchon ifin cCo|iann 
anaice Cei|^e Copainn a cConnacraiB, acuf pe§ cmn po a peiU 


13. C. iT)ibU8 1UNII. 13. 

Ccanell, e]*pucc, 1 73111 Roi]\ CC-oeifi beca Colmain 6ala, cap. 

2, 50 fiaiBe e]^ucc Caifiill ma pocaiii an ran tk) cuai'fe 50 

Lainn 6ala. 
TTlcccMi^i, abb Cluana mic Noi]* [\^w fie fe mblicr5an •oecc. 

Mar.] ceo -qi 590. 

CntlimrtieRcai, 6 Cluam ciopiiac. 
Dccmluiax, o^h, o 8hliaB berha. 

1 F\»ir broihert. Hence it appears that our aathor was disposed to identify 
with S. Motriiinocc Riwcaid, one of the seven sons of Aengus, son of Aedh, son of Ere, 
of Eo<haiah Muinremhair, of the rare of Cairbre Riada. See the SanctiloffUim, (Book of 
Lecan, fol. 43 ft, col. 1). The other three mentumed were undoubtedly of this race. 


MOCHTJILLE, of Innsnat, in Fotharta Fea, of the race of Cairbre 
Riada, son of Conaire ; and 

TroscAn, of Ard Brecain ; these were four brothers' of the race of 
Cairbre Riada, son of Conaire, son of Moghlamha. 

Caomhan, of Ard-Caomhain, by the side of Loch Carman, in 
Leinster; and this is Caomhan, or Sanct-Lethan, and he had 
the same mother as Caoimhghin and Natcaeimhe, of Tir-d&- 
ghlas, Le., Caoimell, daughter of Cennfhionniin, son of Cis, son 
of Lughaidh. He was of the race of Corb Uloim, son of Fergus, 
son of Ross, son of Rudhraighe. 

CRiosT-iN, La, Gillachrist Ua Morgair, brother of Maehnaedhpg, 
ie., Malachias, who is of the Cinel Conaill; and this Gillachri&t 
wss a bishop. 


DiCHUiLL, of Achadh-na-cr6. 

MURCHU. There is a Murchu of the race of Conall Cremhthainne, 
son of Niall of the Nine Hostages, and there is a Cill Murchon 
in Corann, near Cdis Corann, in Connacht ; and consider whether 
this is his festival 


13. C. IDIBUSJUNII. 13. 

Cairell, Bishop, at Tir Rois. The Life of Cohnan Ela states, 
chap. 2, that Bishop Cairell was along with him when he went 
to Lann-Ela. 

Mac Nissi, Abbot, of Cluain-mic-Nois [for a period of sixteen 
years — Marian.^] A.D. 590. 

Cruimtheran, of Cluain-tioprat.* 

Damhnat, Virgin, of Sliabh Betha. 


* Mantm, The words within brackets, quoted from the gloss on the Blartyrulo^ of 
l^Iarian. O'Gorman, are inserted by the more recent hand. (T.) 

* Cbtain^tioprat. The more recent hand adds here "Ciiuinice^i, Mar.^ Mnrt. Tnml^"* 
meaning that he is called Crmmter^ not Cruimtkernn, in those Martyrologies. (T.) 

170 petine Mcc waomti MeneMMacti. [june 17. 

14. T). t)eciTno octxxuo cat. lulii. 14. 

Wem mac Vice bmn, abb, corhaiiba Gnva CCi|iiie, b|ia€aifi vo 

Ciatian Saighfie e, a? X>\ 654. 
CuTTiTnccM becc, o§, o Chill Chuimne a rTkcrhnacha. 
CICCRCCM, bealaigh 7)6111, th) fi6l Ifieoil, mic Conaill Cefinai§ 

occa vo clannoiB Ru'5|iai'5e, acuf tk) fiol Ifi, mic TTIili-B tk). 

CCf "Dona hu§T)afiaiB vo fSTiioB be€a pdcpaicc 6. be€a poqi. 

L 1, c 17, er U 3, cap. 60. 

15. e. 'oecimo sept^imo cocl. luln. 15. 

CoLmcCM, noac CofioDjiain, fTlhiliuc 1 n^Oaficfiai^e Coimnfi. 
Siweccll, Ua Liacham. 

16. f . «eAxo T)eciTno col. lulii. 16. 

Set^wcc, mac 'Cjieno, ep|X)op. 

CeT:tiectl, efpucc poqfiaicc, Chill gafurb 1 ccfiic Ua TTlaine, 
acuf Dhortinac 8aifii§i 1 cCiannacixi a^ Daimliog Ciandin. 
*Oo CiannacT^a "do. be€a pocyiaicc, U 2, cap. 49, 52. 

CCt:1icccim, 1n15i|i Colp^ai. Girhne, in§en Concfiai-B, a machaip, 

ColmccM, mac Roi, 6 Reachpainn. Ciiiie, ingen Concpai-o, a 
maccnp, acuf mcrcaip m6|vdiii eile "oo naomuiC. 

17. ^. cfuiMT^o 'oeciTTio cat. lulii. 17. 

fnoliMS LuccctiRCC, ep|X)op acuf conpeiTop, o 'Chigh THoling. 
Do f Iioct: Ca€aoip moip, aip'opi Cpenn "oo Lai^i t5 vo. tlemuaz 
Ciappaigeach a rtid€ai|i. Wo eamnac "oo peip a Beuai-b, cap. 2. 

1 Lift of PcUnck. That ia, the Tripartite Life, the chapters of which are diffex^ently 

divided by Colgan, in whase translation the references are lib. i., cap. 61^ Trias Th., p. 

128 6, and lib. iii., cap. 99, ih., p. IG7 (U (R.) 

9 Chap. 49, 52. In Colj,'an's division the number^ are 48, and .">!, Trias Th., p. 13G. (K.) 

8 Lnoihrn. That i^s '[fLimchaiv, the litlo i^enerally annexed to this saint's name. Sw 



Nem Mac Ua Birn, Abbot, successor of Enda, of Ara ; he was the 
brother of Ciaran, of Saighir, A.D. 654. 

CuMMAN Beg, Virgin, of Cill Cuimne, at Tamhnacha. 

CiAR^, of Bealach-diiin, of the race of Irial, son of Conall Cer- 
nach, who is of the race of Rudhraighe, and of the progeny of 
Ir, son of Milidh. He is one of the authors who wrote the Life 
of Patrick. life of Patrick,* lib. i, chap. 17, and lib. iii., chap. 60. 

15 E. DEcmo septimo kal. julil 15. 

CoLMAN, son of Corodran, of Miliuc, in Dartraighe Coin-insi. 
SiNEALL, Ua liathain. 


Setna, son of Tren, bishop. 

Cethech, Patrick's Bishop, of Cill Garadh, in the territory of Ui- 
Maine, and of Domhnach Sairighe, in Cianachta at Daimhliac 
Cianan. He was of the Cianachta. Life of Patrick, lib. ii., 
chap. 49, 52.^ 

Athcain, of Inbher Colpthai. Eithne, daughter of Concraidh, 
was his mother, &c. 

CoLMAN, son of Roi, of Reachrainn. Eithne, daughter of Con- 
craidh, was his mother, and the mother of many other saints. 


17. G. QuiNTo decimo kal. julil 17. 

Moling Luachra,' Bishop and Confessor, of Tigh-Moling. He 
is of the race of Cathaoir M6r, monarch of Erin, of the Leinster- 
meiL Nemhnat Ciarraigheach* was his mother; or Eamhnat, 
according to his life, chap. 2. 

the Four Masters at fiOG, whore his (lay is erroneciu-sly ^'vcn in th<' text 1 7 Maiiy and 
translator ** 13th of May," but correctly stated in (^'Donovan's note, vol. i., p. 21)8. (K.) 
* Cinnftii/hcach : i.e., of Kerrj-. (T.) 

172 pdme ncc Mccomti MeneMMacti. [june 19. 

Ife 7)0 ling Luacaifi Decrohai'B vo rfii leimen'oaiB, an can 
•00 bcrccafi na pua€a ma •5iai'5 coni-B aifie fin a "oubiurB TTIo- 
bn^ Luafifia fiif , gefi bo 'CaificealL a ceD ainm. CCf Lionthafi 
a miofibuile |\e a ninnifin. 

Daificeall "oin a cei) ainm. OCi'oche naon fio chuiix TTlotin^ 
a lafccaifie'ba vo ^aBdil eifcc, acuf fio ^aBfac bfurodn ni6|i 
If na liona, acuf an txin tk) fcoilre* ai|i pyiich uinne oifi ma 
nte^on, acuf |io fann TTlolmg an r^Sfi a q[ii |iannaiB, .i. cjiian 
•00 BoccaiB, acuf rpian ffi cum'oach ntmT), acuf an cjiian 
naile p|ii 'oenarh lu15|ia acuf oibyie, 7c., 0C<? X>\ 696. 

moctlUTTlTnocc, mac *OoBaiacon. 

CoLmccM TnOR, mac Luacham 1 nlayicaf TTli'be [o Lamn mic 
LuaCam — Mar,] *Oo clannaiB Ru§fai§e vo, .1. -do fliocc 
TTlaoilcftoiC, mic Ru'5|iai§e. Laffaf^ amm a mdraf. 

ae'oticcM "DUbti. 

CecclLccM, mac pionam. 

meic WeccctiTxriM, Dfioma bfiicce. 

18. (L qmuzo t)eciTno cat luln. 18. 

puRCrOTlCCW, abb Lamne ieijie, .1. mac THaondm. *Oo fbofic 

Colla "oa cfioc vo. 
baoT:tlcCM, mac TTlaonam [a -BeaiiBfia^iiiTi, o Lainx) teifie pdf ; 

acuf bai^m feoifief Pelefie CConguif T)6.] 
Colmccw, mac TTlici. 

19. b. T^etiT^io 'oecinio cccl. lulii. 19. 

Colmccn, Dfioma baf [a Lui§ne. — Mar,] 

1 TaircheaU, or Daircell, as in the next line but one. (T.) 

* (rold. It would seem from what is here said that this ring (cinne) waa not a merv 
finger ring, but one of the great golden ringA, now called torques or Jibula, of which tbeiv 
are such magnificent specimens in the Museum of the Royal Irish Academy. (T.) 

* Labours and toorks. Ltib|ia acuf oib|\e, Inbores et opera. (T.) 

* Mar. This insertion (from the gloss to Marian O'Gorman) is in the more rec«nt 
hand. (T.) 


It was he that sprang over Luachair Deadhaidli in three leaps, 
when the spectres were in pursuit of him, for which reason he 
was called Moling Luachra, though Taircheall^ was his first 
name. Numerous are his miracles to be recounted. 

Daircell was his first name. One night Moling sent his 
fishermen to catch fish, and they caught a large salmon in the 
nets, and when it was split open there was found a ring of gold 
in its belly, and Moling divided the gold" into three parts ; one- 
third he gave to the poor, and one-third to cover reliquaries, 
and the other third to do labours and works,' &c., A.D. 696. 

MoCHUMMOO, son of Dobharchu. 

CoLiCAN MoR, son of Luachan in West Meath : [of Lann Mhic 
Luachain — Mar.^] He is of the Clanna Rudhraighe, i.e., of 
the race of Maelcroich, son of Rudhraighe. Lassar was his 
mother's name. 

Aedhan Dubh. 

CeallIn, son of Fion^ 


The Sons of Neachtan, of Druim Bricce. 


FuRADHRAN, Abbot of Lann-L^ire, i.e., the son of Maon&n. He 

was of the race of CoUa Dachrich. 
Baothan, son of Maon&n, [his brother*^; of Lann-L^ire also; and 

the Felire Aenghuia calls him Baithin.] 
CoLifAN, son of Mici 


CoLMAN, of Dnimlias [in Luighne. — Mar.^] 

* His brother. This cUiiBe within brackets is in the more recent hand. The meaning is 
that Baothan was the brother of Foradhran, that he was also of Lann-Leire, and that his 
name is written Baithin in the Felire of Aengns. (T.) 

* Mar. The clause within brackets is in the more recent hand. It professes to be added 
from the MartyroL of Mar. O'Gonnan, but doe^ not occur in Mr. Curry's copy of tiie 
BnLwels MS. of that work. (T.) 

17^ pelme Ma Mccomti MeneMMacti. [june 21 

CccoUcN, T)on\e. 
Vcalbe, 6 'Cobucx. 

20, C. 'ouo'oeciTno cccL lUln. 20. 

SiNCtieall, Ua licrchdin. 
CasscCN, Cluana |idir;he. 
PaoLcfN, aThloBaji, i Udir Ofiann i tiOClbain, aciif 6 Chill Vb«ol- 

ain a Laoi^f Lai^ean, "oo cloinn CCongafa, mic WorTpftaoic, 

.1. fii fTlufhan. 
moloTTlTna, *Ooninai| imleach. 
Juibsecti, Cluana boiiienn. 

21. T). uwoecimo ccct luln. 21. 

8uibtiwe, eprcop CCti'Damaca, CCo D\ 729. 

T)ia:RTncciT:, Ua CCe^a Uoin, epfcop, o Th^^ixr; Thafimora 
ilLaigniB. Do vliocr picrcach pinn, aifiT)!!! ejienn Txi. 

CORbmac Ucc baxtiaiN, abb T)a|iTnai5lie [acuf ba hangcoifie' 
beof e — Mar.] corhafiba Coluim cille. T)o fliocc Oiliolla 
piainn bice, mic pacai'B fTluillecain, mic Bogain TT16i|i, mic 
Oiliolla Oluim vo. CCf 7)6 vo |ii§iie Coluim alle an T^oifuxn- 
gifie aitiail crcd ifin "oan, Cofibmac Ua Liauain li §lcm, 70. ; 
acuf T)ia vo Be^a a Coyibmaic cdin, 7c. 

22. 6. 'oecimo cat lUln. 22. 

CHONati, .1. TTlochua Luach|ia, abb pejina. 
8uib1iNe, abb la Coluim Cille. 
CHUNMTTiaol, mac Ronain, o bejiiiech. 
juociTie becc. 

^Ihire: Le., of Doire Caolain, as in M, TamL (T) 

s Celsut, This name is added by the more recent hand from Marian O'Gorman. f T.) 
> And he, Thb clause within brackets is added by the more recent hand from the g] 
to Marian O'Gorman. (T.) 


Caolan, of Doire.* 
Failbhe, of Tobucht. 
[Celsus.* Mar.] 

20. C. duodecimo kal. julii. 20. 

SiNCHEALL, Ua LiaiMin. 

Cassan, of Cluaiii-ratha. 

Faolan, the Stammerer, of Ratli Eraim, iu All>am ; aiid of Cill 

Fhaelain in Laoighis, in Leinster, of the race of Aeiighus, son 

of Nadfraeeh, ie., king of Munster. 
MoLOMMA, of Domhnach-imleach. 
GuiBHSECH, of Cluain-boirenn. 


SuiBHNE, Bishop, of Ard-Macha, A.D. 729. 

DlARMAlD, grandson of Aedh Boin, Bishop, of Disert Diarmada, 
in Leinster. He is of the race of Fiatach Finn, monarch of 

PoRBMAC Ua Liathain, Abbot of Dearmagh, [and he' was also an 
anchorite — Mar.] successor of Colum CiUe. He was of the 
race of OilioU Flannbeg, son of Fiacha Muilleathan, son of 
Eoghan M6r, son of OilioU Olum. It was of him Colum Cille 
made the prediction, as in the poem* beginning " Corbmac Ua 
Liathan, of fair colour," and in that beginning " Hail to thee, 
O fair Corbmac, &c." 


Cronan, that is Mochua, of Luachair, Abbot of Feama. 
SuiBHNE, Abbot of la-Coluim-Cille. 
Crunnmael, son of Bonan, of Berrech. 
OuAiRE Beo. 

* The poem. The two poems here alludoil to are printed hi the Additional Not<» of 
R«eve8*8 Adamnan*s Life of St Columba, pp. 2G4-27I. (K.) 

1 76 veil Re M a M aom ti n eaew u cccti . [ june 23. 

23. f . MONO cat mill. 23. 

TTloctlCCOi, abb Naon 'Ofiomma i nUlroiB. Caoldn a ce^ ainm. 
bfionach, niveau TTliliuc, mic buain, o^a fiailSe parpaicc a 
n-'oaoipe a Ttidn6ai|i. *Oo chuai-B f ecr pchix: 6cclach "oo buain 
caolaig ciim ecclaip vo 'oenarh. Ro boi fiurh pein ag venam 
na hoibjie, acuf og buain po^Baigh arhoil gach naon. Oa 
hufilani laifTiorh a rtiaficlac fiia each, acuf conruafigaiB 
p|iia aif. T)ia mbai artilai'5 50 ccualai'5 an ren eTxpocc 05 
ceileaBixot pojx pan "oiioi^en ma poCaifi. ba hdilte imo|ipo, 
indiT: ^nlairh in T)ortiain. CCrbefvc, inio|ifU), an r^n "'oioqia 
an obaifi pin a clejiig," a|i pe. " OCpe^ 'oLe^oix "oinn 05 T)enaTh 
ecclaipi T)e," ap TTlochaoi. "Cia pil pim accallaim,** ap 
TTlocaoi. "Pep "oo mumnuip mo €i§epna punn," ap pe, .1. 
ain^el T)6 "oo nifh. pochen "duit: ap TTlochaoi, acup ci-oh *Oia 
rcdn^a^p atle? "T)o raccallairhpi 6z ui|;epna, acup •do 
caipp^xe'B CO leicc." CCp niai€ liom op TTlochaoi. S^epoipp 
laparh a §ulbain a cclicrcaib a eix^e. 'Cpi caeccair; bliotain 
vo TTlochaoi ace ^yycecc ppipp, acup a gpinne ppia cnp a|i 
Idp na coillecrB, acup nip bo cpine acac an po^ch, acup nip 
bo pia laipiurh ma aon uaip vo 16. CeiteBpaip an c-am^el 
T)0 lap pin. T^i'Dpiurh lap pin "oon chill cona piofeac Uiip. 
50 Bpaca an "ouipreach pan chill lap na •56naTh ocfta anmain- 
piumh "Dia fhumuip. ba hiongnccfe, umoppo, loip an ecclap 
occ connaipc. *Oo cuai-Bpiurh "oin -oon Baile, acup ni po airhin 
neach "oiB apoile gup mnip pem a ixcela "ooiB, acup orhoil 
cdpla "od 6n en. CCrhail po cualacap pomh pin po plefepac 
vo uile, CO n'oepnpoc cpex^ap -oon pia-baC, acup po poCcngper; 
an £eall ipm loncro pin lapram, .1. dir 1 mboipiuth oc epcecc 
ppip an amgeU Coni'oh "oe pin a "ouBpaDh mnpo: — 

Coctxrb gon opine coUa, 

Conuuil TTlochaoi n(XenT)poma, 

Luct: an rpaniai'6 a niboi an rpaoi. 

Til tappai'D ace a ninnaoi. 

' DetcendaaU. The word in the original U innaoi, plural of lonnua, the fifth ^^enerm- 
tion, including the first parent This number of generations, or successors, allowing thirty 
years as the term of each, agrees with the 150 years. (O'C.) 


23 F. NONO KAL. JULII. 23. 

MocHAOl, Abbot of n-Aondruim, in Uladh. Caol&n was his first 
name. Bronach, daughter of Miliuc, son of Buan, with whom 
Patrick was in captivity, was his mother. He went with seven 
score young men to cut wattles to make a church. He himself 
was engaged at the work, and cutting timber like the rest. He 
had his load ready l)efore the others, and he kept it by his side. 
As he was so, he heard a bright bird singing on the blackthorn 
near him. He was more beautiful than the birds of the world. 
And the bird said : " This is diligent work, O Cleric," said he. 
" This is required of us in building a church of God," said Mo- 
chaoL "Who is addressing meT said MochaoL "A man of 
the people of my Lord is here," said he, " i.e., an angel of God 
from Heaven." " Hail to thee," said Mochaoi, " and wherefore 
hast thou come hither V " To address thee from thy Lord, and 
to amuse thee for a while." " 1 like this," said Mochaoi. He 
afterwards fixed his beak in the feathers of his wing. Three 
hundred years did Mochaoi remain listening to him, having his 
bundle of sticks by his side in the middle of the wood, and the 
wood was not the more withered, and the time did not seem to 
him longer than one hour of the day. The angel afterwards 
bade him fareweU. He went then to the church having his 
wattles with him, and he saw an oratory in the church which 
had been erected for his soul by his people. He wondered at 
the church which he saw. He went then to the residence, and 
none of them knew each other, until he himself told his stories 
to them, and how he was treated by the bird. When they 
beard this they all knelt to him ; and they made a shrine of the 
wood, and they afterwards built the church at that place, ie., 
the place where he was listening to the bird. Of this the fol- 
lowing was said : — 

" A sleep without decay of the body, 
Mochaoi of Aendruim slept : 

Of the people of the congregation whore the sage was,. 
He did not find but the descendants.* 

178 pelme mcc Maomti wetieMMacti. [june 25. 

Tfii hcrobaiTiTi "do chaoin ceoil, 
Ro 6cm aiTi^el a fiiocc eoin, 
CCfi la|\ chaiUe i mbtin cm ^fioinn, 
Caocca blicr6ain ca6 ccoboinn. 

CCo *o\ 496. CCfe THochacrf an ceiT>pe|i vo naorhaiB na hGtiemi 
TKX Tpouc pcccfioicc i*oifc6l ocuf bacalt, .i. an Oiceac TTlocaoi 
rdinic 6 niTh ; arhail a6a i niber;hai'5 poqfioicc, I. 1, cap. 16. 


CLccMM stiewcnw. 

24. ^. bcTXcuo cal. luln. 24. 

CORbmac, ^encoirhera 

JccibtiTieiM. CC'Deifi be€a TTlochua balla, cap. 6, an Txin "do 
pccgaiB TTlochua bennCaiji guji gab 50 5^el, .1. ccrcaifi a 
BpefiaiB Roif, acuf 5«15|iin, efpucc "oo bfiecnaiB innce, acuf 
5U|i raip.5 an CI II vo THocua, 6i|i ba-DCcji coiixalxxAa va fioile, 
acuf mef aim gufiab e fo an J^ibjien fin. 

TJIU, TluBa, .1. ainm an Baile TluCa, acuf 1 nOCifix) UUtd ccca. 
Do ftiocT; eoccr5a mic TTluifie-Ba, oca -do fiol eifiearhoin t)i. 

Low, Chill gobhfia. 

^lllebeRT^. Mar. Sed Agilbertus secundum Mart. Roman. 

25. CC «epT:iTno cat itiln. 25. 

SiMCtieccll OS, abb ^linne achai*. 

Telle, mac ^eijin, 6 Thigh Telle 1 niaixrafi TTli-Be. T)o fiol 

Cholla "oa cyiioc "oo. 
TTlOluOCC, Liff moi|i 1 nCClbain. 
CClllll, mac Seighein. 
iNgtiew TntllONgtlCCIR. 

"^Eitench: i.e., the vnnged or flying crozier; translated by Jocclin, c. 37, "ImiciiIiis 
volans.** So called from the legend. (T.) 

2 Gilieberf. This cntn-, in i\w more recent hand, sipnifie* that the S. Gillebert mentkmed 


" Three melodies of delightful music 
The angel, in shape of a bird, sang, 
In the middle of the wood at the foot of the tree, 
Fifty years each melody lasted J* 

A.D. 496. Mochaoi was the first man of the saints of Erin to 
whom Patrick gave a gospel, and a crozier, i.e., Eiteach* Mochaoi, 
which came from Heaven, as is related in the Life of Patrick, 
lib. 1, chap. 16. 

The Children of Senchan. 

The Children of Senan. 


24. g. octavo kal. julii. 24, 

Coremac, of Senchoimhet. 

Gaibhrein. The life of Mochua, of Balla, states, chap. 6, that 
when Mochua leffc Bennchar, he proceeded to Gael, i.e., a city 
which is in Fir-Rois, and Gabhrin, a bishop of the Britons, was 
there, and that he offered the church to Mochua, for they were 
fellow-students of each other; and I think that this is the same 

Tiu, of Rubha, i.e., Rubha is the name of the place, and in Ard- 
Uladh it is situated. She is of the posterity of Eochaidh, son 
of Muiredh, who is of the race of Heremon. 

LON, of Cill Gobhra. 

[GiLLEBERT.' Mar, Sed Agilbertus aecundura Mart. Rom,.'] 


SiNCHEALL THE YOUNGER, Abbot, of Gleann-achaidh. 

Telle, son of Seigin, of Tigh Telle, in West Meath. He is of the 

race of CoUa-di-chrioch. 
MoLUOG, of Idss-mdr, in Albain. 
Ajlell, son of Seigin. 
The Daughter of Mionghar. 

here by Mar. 0*Gonnan, itt to be idcntiHeil with tlic AyiWert who is cominemurated on 
this day in the Roman Martvrologj-. (T.) 


180 pelme na uccomh MeneMMacti. [jtjne 28. 

26. b. sexco cat luLn. 26. 

^ocrobccH, epfcob. 

ColmccM, Pfioinnui^he. 

Lccictl'ceiw. CCza Laicrein eile an cev la "oo TTlaii, acuf af 
conTiaiL ^Ufuxb 6 aon eigin "oiob aDeip.€iofi Liof Laicuin ifin 
TTlumaip rnaii a BpuiL maipifciii 8. Pfionfeif an ran fo; acuf 
gibe 7)115 vo bi ifin TTlurtiain, oDeifi Cuimin Coin'oeiyie go 
mbicxB na fefarh tk) %r]&b ag gui'be afi fon pep. TDuman acuf 
aga n'oi'oen. CCgfo maji aDeiyi : — 

Cafiaif" Laiccin leaT>a|\tac, 
Umal ciT) af f utiial. 
Ma feforh qfie bice ffofi, 
Ho bi(y6 05 'Dion fefv TTItinian. 

27. C. guiMT:o calt lulii. 27. 
T)iOTnccN, raccafiTJ. 



28. *0. QuccRtx) cat. lulii. 28. 

CntiiTnmiM, epyx^op, 1 Lecain tnhi'ohe, .1. 1 nliiU mac Uaif. "Oa- 
|ie|ica, fiu|i pdqfiaicc, a Thd€ai|i. ba m6\i |xio§al an naoiibpn, 
arhail a "oeaiiBTOii ipin |vannf a : — 

Till pi6ic bliaf>ain po q^1, 
CCoif an qie-oail C|\tiimin, 
5an rdm gan 5ala|\, f 01 xkxc, 
1a|\ noippp^nn lap, celebpa*. 

Cfiummaine Lecan, mac Cofibmaic, mic baerxnn) vo pbofe 
TJai'bg, mic Cein, mic Oiliolla Oluim t>6. OCcuf ^Oapefica, 
piufi pcteyiaicc, a rhocaifi. 

1 J/oy. There is no LachHn on the first of May in this Calendar, so perhaps we oug^t 
to read 19 March, where another Lachtin is commemorated. (T.) Or, more probablr, 


26. B. SEXTO KAL. JULII. 26. 

SoADBAR, Bishop. 

CoLBfAN, Of the refectory. 

Laichtein. There is another Laieht^n on the first day of May/ 
and it is likely that it is from one of them that Lis-Laiehtin, 
in Munster, is named, where there is a monastery of St. Francis 
at this time ; and whichever of them was in Mimster, Cuimin, of 
Condeire, says that he used to be always standing, praying for 
the men of Mmister, and sheltering them. Thus he says* : — 

'^ Laichtin, the champion, loved 

Humility, and whoever was humble ; 

Standing continually, 

He used to be sheltering the men of Munster.^ 


DiOMAN, Priest. 





28. d. quarto kal. julil 28. 

Cruimhin, Bishop, in Lecain of Meath, i.e., in Ui-Mac-Uais. 
Darerca, sister of Patrick, was his mother. The age of this 
saint was great, as is proved by this quatrain : — 

" Three score years thrice over 

Was the age of the pious Cruimmin ; 

Without infection, without disease, he changed colour, 

AfW mass, after celebration.^ 

Cnimmaine, of Lecain, was the son of Corbmac, son of Baedan, 
of the race of Tadhg, son of Cian, son of Oilioll Olum, and 
Darerca, the sister of Patrick, was his mother. 

1 Augnst, where a Laichtein is commemorated. The Lachtain of 19 March belonged to 
OwBory, and therefore was a Leinster saint (R.) 

* He toffi. See Colgan's version of these lines, AcU. SS., p. G57, viii. (T.) 

182 pelme mcc Mccomti MeuetiMacti. [june 30. 

T)o pdguiB pdqfiaicc fieilge naorhra i iLecam TDi-Be, acuf 
poifienn Txi muinnii im Cfiummcnne. be€a pdrjiaicc, lib. 2, 
cap. 7. 

Ormim, Cluana pinu 

biccsectl, 6^hy 6 Chill biccfighe, i TTliT)he. T)o fliocr pacpac, 
mic GacDac Tnui§me'5oin. 

29. e. TGRT^io cat. lulii. 29. 

COMWCCW, eptxiop, 6 'Chi^h ConndiN a cC|iefh€aniiaibh. 
CaoNCtiomtinccc, 6 T)hifefiT: chiiiT) cldiix. 
paolT)Obtl(XiTl, Clochai|i, CCo D\ 701. 
Cdcticc, Uoiy* ben-Dchuifi. 
tnccoL'odi'O, mac T)e|ibT)a|ia. 

30. f . pui'Die cal. luLii. 30, 

CccolccN, acuf 
pcnlbtie, o Cill e6. 
8pR0C, in^en Choluim. 

* Lib. 2, chap, 7. Or, lib. ii., cap. 20, of the Tripartite Life, as divided by Col^an, Tria» 
ThAum., p. 132 a. (R.) 


Patrick left holy relics at Lecain of Meath, and a party of 
his people with Crummaine. Life of Patrick, lib. 2, chap. 7.' 

Ernin, of Cluain-finiL 

BiGSECH, Virgin, of Cill Bigsighe, in Meath. She was of the race 
of Fiachra, son of Eochaidh Muighmheadhoin. 


CONNAN, Bishop, of Tigh Conniin, in Cremhthanna. 
Caenchomhrac, of Disert Chinn-chliir. 
Faeldobhair, of Clochar, A.D. 701 . 
CdCHA, of Ros-Bennchair. 
Maeldoid, son of Derbhdara. 

30. F. PRIDIE KAL. JULII. 30. 

CaolXn, and 
Failbhe, of Cill-eo. 
Sproc, daughter of Colum. 

184? pelme wcc wccomti Neuewwacti. [july 3. 

1. ^. cccleNDi« lulii. 1. 

Rumal'DtlS, epfcop, *Ouibhlinne, 7)0 n^oiiifeii 0C€ cliccfi. 

CuimmeiN, epfcop, Naen'oiioma, CC? T)\ 658. 

CClllll, epfcop, CC|i'Da Tllacha, CC® T)! 535, [.i. 6liaf vo jiep pep 

a corhanma i Rcrc buanae.] 
Lu^tlcci'Dtl, mac tu^hach. 





[emccM'C, 6 CluaiTi. ifar.] 

2. CC. 6eAX0 MOMCC^ luLii. 2. 

'CeHNdcc, Chluana m6ip. 

iMstiGN Cticcctibccrti, CCipi'5 phora 

3. b. quiwro Nowccs lulii. 3. 

CllLeN, TJpoichcech, abb la Choluim cille, (noc 'oecc) CC? T)\ 751. 
T)o fliocc CoTiuiU Cpemcamne, mic Weill Waoi|;iallai§, acuf 
af 6 vtis 50 hGTiinn an fcpin, no caifi lom-Ba 7)0 reclaim 
CC'Damndn, 7)0 "B^nani fio^a acup caip'oepa Chenel cConaill 
acuf Bo^ain. CC^fo ruf na laoi'5e vo pi§ne CC'Damndn ccg cup 
na rei^e ma paBarcap na caipi ap mum Cillme, .1. : — 
CC macdin ap pptiit 

CCn cictg noD gaibe pope mum, ecc. 

1 BeUhbtumcB, The words within brackets are added in the more recent hand ; they sig- 
nify that Elias is the usaal Latinized form of the Celtic name AUill, and that this Ailill 
died or was honoured as a saint at Rathbuans. The Mart. TamhL calls him bbhop, of 
Cluain-Emain, without any mention of Armagh. O'Gorman simply names him, but the 
gloss adds, eptcop Arda Macktu He is not mentioned in the Felire of Aengus, nor in the 
Dublin copy of the Scholia. Clualn-Emain, now Clonown, is an old church on the 



)US, Bishop, of Duibhlinn, which is called Ath-cliath. 
JN, Bishop, of nAendniim, A.D. 658. 
Bishop, of Ard-Macha^ A.D. 535, [i.e., Elias, according to 
orresponding sjmonyme, at Rathbuanse.*] 
[DH, son of Lughaidh. 


r,* of Cluain. Mar.] 


}, of Cluain-m6r. 

iUGHTER OF Cathbath, of Airedh Fotha. 


, Droichtech, Abbot of la Colum Cille, (who died) A.D. 751, 
le race of Conall Cremthainne, son of Niall of the Nine 
ages, and it was he that brought to Erin the shrine, or the 
f reliquaries which Adamnan had collected, to make peace 
friendship between the Cinel-Conaill and the Cinel-Eoghain. 
is the beginning of the poem which Adamn^ composed 
placing the bag, containing the reliquaries^ on the back of 
n, Le. : — 

^^ O youth, illastrioas is 

The bag which thou takest on thy back," &c. 

netr Athlone. O'Donovan, Hy Many^ p. 79; and compare Colgan, AcU. 38. j p. 
i. (T.) 

L This name is added by the more recent hand from Mar. O'Gorman, who stj'Ies 
bop." (T.) 

186 petiue Ncc wccomti NeHeNNcccti. [july G. 

TYlccolTTiume Ucc ^ohtticcin, abb lu^hmai^h. 
ZcCdT^mucc, 6 Chill dip.'D, 1 nUibh 5a|i|icon, i iLaipiiB. 

bHecccNcrc, o^h. 


['CmecticcN. Mar.] 

4. C. guocnro woMas luln. 4. 

bolcccM, Cille cuile. 

pOMNbcCRR, mac (Xei>a, abb ; bpfchoip vo ttiacailS CCeDha OC^a 
cliach 6, acuf i nlnif "OoiThle, eT^fi Ua Ceinnfealai§ acuf na 
*06ifi, boi 1 nab^aine. *Oon cenel oBpuil b|ii5ir v6 vo |iei|i 
na •DuaiTie "oafiab ruf, Naoimfencaf naorti Innfi paiL 

5. X>. 'ceuT:io nomccs luln. 5. 

exxroiw, 'Cuama Moa, i TYltii| tuip.^, pop bfiti bfiille. Tk) 
fliochr bfiiain, mic 6acT>ac TTIuigfnea^oin -oi. [.i. TTIoDtiefia 
no TlloeT)oena, no TllauT)oena.] 

[ClllieN. Mar.] 

6. e. pai'Die Mowas lulii. 6. 

TTlOMiNNe, o^h, o 8hlia15 Cuillenn. Cill cpleiBe oinm a baile 
og 8liaB Cuillenn i nUllTX)i15. Tk) fiol Ifieil, mic Conuill 
Ce|inai§ T>^. Waoi pcir blia-Bain a haeif amail oca ifin 
fiannfa : — 

Haoi bpcic bticrona malle, 
"Oo x^M[i fiicqghla gan ciniTne, 
Jem bdof , gan b^xx, gan baogal, 
>a he faogal TTIoninne. 

1 Maehnuire. This is the author of the Martyrology, commonly called Mariamu, which 
is the Latinized form of his name. (T.) 

* TVrecAon. Added by the more recent hand. (T.) 

^Moduena. This clause, added by the more recent hand, signifies that Etaom ia the 


Maelmuire' Ua Gormain, Abbot of Lughmhagh. 
Tartinna, of Cill-aird, in Ui-Garrchon, in Leinster. 
Breacnat, Virgin. 
[TiRECHAN.* Mar,] 

4. C. quarto NONAS JULII. 4. 

BoLCAN, of Gill Guile. 

FiONNBHARR, son of Aedh, Abbot ; he was brother to the sons of 
Aedh, of Ath-cliath ; and he was abbot in Inis Doimhle, between 
Ui Geinnsealaigh and the Deisi. He is of the same race of 
which Brighit is, according to the poem which begins " Naoimh- 
shenchns naomh Innsi Fail." 


Etaoin, of Tuaim Noa, in Magh Lnirg, on the banks of the BtiilL 
She is of the race of Brian, son of Eochaidh Muighmheadhoin, 
[i.e., Moduena,* or Moedoena, or Maudoena.] 

Ho HuiMMiGH [Le., Fergus.] 



[Cillien.* Afar.] 


Moninne, Virgin, of Sliabh Guillinn. Gill-tsleibhe is the name 
of her place at Sliabh Guillinn, in Ulster. She is of the raee of 
Trial, son of GonaU Geamach. Nine score years was her age, as 
in this quatrain : — 

'* Nine score years together, 

According to rule without fear, 

Without folly, without misdeed, without danger. 

Was the age of Moninne." 

time who is also called Moduena, Moedoena, and Maudoenaf by prefixing the devotional 
nOf my. The words in brackets in the next line are alM in the more recent hand. The 
HaH. TamL calls him correctly " Fergus O Huamaigh." (T.) 
' CUHtn. Added by the more recent hand from Mar. O^Gormau. (T.) 

188 pelme mcc Nccomti NeReNwacti. [july 8. 

CC-oeiii CuimiTi Conneiiie ifin va^^ TKxiiab c6f cafiaif pcrc|iaicc 
^UM[iz TYlacha, na|i i€ fi a fai€ inatti, acuf nacafi i€ 'Dinne|i. 

O 'DO gab qxiof po a colainn, 
CCf ia|i na pof crobeifiim, 
Wocafi cait fdit no f6ifie, 
THonmne Sleibe Ctiilmn. 

•OeHTTlOtt, ifi^en nihaine, CCiihut) bainne. 
pe'Dtictiti, Uamcrb pubi. 
©T;tiW6, acuf 


7. p. NONas itilii. 7. 

tnccolutlCClN, epfcop, Tkmihlacca a Lcn^iB : ei-oifi OCr clicrc acuf 
Cill "oajia crcd 'Carhlafea. *Oo fliofr; Oa&5a£, mic TTIuifiecrfi- 
cng, oca T)o fiot Gifiettioin vo Tllhaol|iuain. b|iocpeac ainm a 

'CoiTiic niainTifena, m(i€ai|i bfienainn bio|i|ia 50 Saigip, 
actif "Dob dil 16 T)oI go hoil6n *OoiTtile. fid heiiig, a|i Ciajidn 
8ai§ixe, acx; if a ^'Carhlacra biaf ceifGnigG pein, actif eifeifje 
vo ftieic, .1. bfiefiaiTin : CC9 *0\ 787. 

Duistimeacti, epfcop. 

pCCOtlCCbticciH, tlacrai|i achai-b, 1 Cenel luachoin. 

Coim^ell, 6gh, ingen T)ia|imcn:a. 

CROiMe becc, ogh, 6 Dempal Cjioine, a vZy\i Conuill, acuf tk) 
CheneL cConuill ^u^ban, mic Neilt 'bifi'&G. 

8. ^. occauo 1*0118 lulii. 8. 

•Oiocrtticcit:, epfcop ^l-ii^n© hUiffen, 1 ntlilS bccifiche. T)o fliofic 
CcrEaoip T116ifi, aifiT)|i< Gjienn, vo tai|ni15 •do. 

1 Took a girdle. This phrase seems equivalent to the modem one of " taking the veiL" 
In the next line, for OTDbeifiiTn} Dr. Kelly's copy reads "oo cttumnif "what I know is 
what I hear.** CcUendar, p. 163. The Mart Taml. adds that her first name was Darerea. 
(T.) The monastic girdle is frequently mentioned in the lives of the Irish saints, as in 
those of St. Brigid (Feb. 1), St Colman (Feb. 8), St Mochta (Aug. 19), St Mobhi (Oct 
12), Ac. (R.) 


Cuimin, of Conneire, states, in the poem which begins "Patrick 
of the fort of Macha loves/* that she never ate a suflBiciency, 
and that she never took a dinner. Thus he says : — 

*' Since she took a girdle' about her body, 
It is after knowing it I state it, 
She ate not a full or sufficient meal, 
Moninne of Sliabh Cuilinn." 

Dermor, daughter of Maine, of Airiudh Bainne. 
Fedhchu, of Uamadh Fubi. 
Ethne, and 



Maelruain, Bishop, of Tamhlacht, in Leinster. Tamhlacht is 
between Ath-diath and Cill-dara. Maelruain is of the race of 
Eochaidh, son of Muireadhach, who is of the seed of Heremon. 
Brocseach was the name of his mother. 

Mainnsena,' the mother of Brenainn, of Biorr, came to Saighir, 
and she was desirous of going to the island of Doimhle ; " Go 
not," said Ciaran, of Saighir, "but it is in Tamhlacht thy own 
resurrection and the resurrection of thy son, Brenainn, shall 
be." He died A.D. 787. 

Trighmeach, Bishop. 

FLiU[)HABHAiR, of Uachtar-achadh, in Cinel Luachain. 

CoiMGELL, Virgin, daughter of Diarmaid. 

Croine Beg, Virgin, of Tempull Cr6ine, in Tir-Conaill, and she 
was of the race of Conall Gulban, son of Niall. 


Diarmaid, Bishop, of Gleann-Uissen, in XJi-Bairrche. He is of 
the race of Cathaoir M6r, monarch of Erin, of the Lagenians. 

* Cumman, Ethne and Cnmman were both virgins, and sisters, daughters of Cormac, 
son of Ailill, uf the race of Cathair M6r, king of Ireland. SancL Gm.^ B. of Lecan. (T.) 

s Mavmtena. This paragraph seems intended as a note on Tamhlachta, not as patting 
Mainnsena as a saint on this day. Her name does not occur in the other Calendars. (T ) 

190 pelme ncc Nccomti NetiewNcccti. [july 9. 

Cele cleuecti, epfcop, 006*01), acuf Dccos T)o chucrooii fi-be 

na rq[iiu|i i ma|iq[ia ifin CClmair) i fitlai|ifebu|i5. 
CiliccMus, ColmccMtis ev ColoMOXU^, 'Co'CMCCMUS ^Oiacontif, in 

TYlafiTn|iolo5io Romano, yi[u CCra Gillian, mac *Oo^nain, 23 

Occob., inT)e e|ifio|i. 
Colmcm lOTTiHCcmticc, 6 pai*in bice, i ninir Oogain, [Colman 

ei|ime|i. Marian.] *Oo fiol Cai|ip|ie TlioDa, mic Conaifie 

OTXx, vo fiol eiiieamoin vo. 
bHOCCCm, fciubm-B, o niao€ail bhjiosdin, i nT)eifiB HI urban. 

9. CL ^epTimo I'ous luln. 9. 

OMCtlu, mac blafemaic a nT)<iil cCaif, .i. 6 Umth bldchmaic. 

bROCCCCi'Otl, Imlig bfioca^a i TYlui^h eo. T)a|ie|ica, fiu|i pa- 
c|iaicc, a iiid[€ai|i. Gfpucc eifi'5iu. CC-oeiii be€a pdqfiaicc, 
lib. 2, cap. 2, ^tipab bpocaiii tk) Lomdn, o CCi 'Cpuim, b|ioccai'5 
o Imleac eac, i cCia|ipai§e ConnaCr, acuf ^tipab i S^illic 
'DGiplSfiup pdciiaicc md€aip Lomctin. CCctif aDeip in lonot 
ele, cap. 22, 50 |vai15e bpocai-b, o Imleac eac, bfid6ai|i Lomdin 
CCra T)|iuim, a bpap-fiai-b paqfuxicc 1 Hlai^h Sealga a cCon- 

COM'DTTlCCCll, CC*a bldifu 

ScCRbtlccw, faccafir, 6 Chinn fdile lei€ ania|i tk) 8htiiivo, no 1 
niafi€afi Bjienn. 

1 Uairaeburg: i.e., Wirtzborg, in Franconia. The more recent hand adds here, in 
Roman letters, ^^Vide aliter apnd. M. Tani/* The words of the M. Taml. are these: — 
" S. Celiani Scotti, martyris, cum suis fratribus Aedh et Tadg, et Amanna conjuge regis 
Gothorum, truncati a pneposito domos regiae in ippodoronia palatil regis." The words of 
the text are from the gloss to Mar. O'Gorman. (T.) 

* Inde error. It is not very clear what the error was to which our author here alludes. 
He probably meant the error in the name. He does not, however, quote the Mart Bom. 
correctly ; i)erhaps for " Colmanus et Colonatus," we should read, " Colmanus vd Colo- 
natus.*^ The names given in the Mart. Rom. are ChiUamis^ bishop, **nna cum sociis 
Colamanno prcsbytero, et Totnano diacono." There can be* no doubt that the Chilianus 
of the Roman Martyrologj*, and his follow martyrs, notwithictAnding the variation in the 


Cele-olebech, Bishop, Aedh, and Tadhg. These three suffered 

martyrdom in Uairseburg/ in Ahnania. 
KiLiANUS, CoLBiANUS et CoLONATUS, ToTNANUS Diaconus, in Mar- 

tyrologio Romano, &c. There is a Gillian, son of Dodhnan, at 

the 23rd of October ; inde error.^ 
COLMAN lOMHRAMHA,' [Colman Eirmer. Maricm,], of Fathan 

Beg, in Inis Eoghain. He is of the race of Cairpre Biada^ son 

of Conaire, who is of the race of Heremon. 
BROOiN, Scribe, of Maethail-Bhrogdin, in Ddisi-Mumhan. 
Trea, Virgin.* 

9 A. septimo idus julii. 9. 

Onchu, son of Blathmac, in Dal-gCais, i.e., of R&th Blathmaia 

Broccaidh, of Imleach-Broccadha, in Maigheo ; Darerca, sister of 
Patrick, was his mother. He was a bishop. The Life of Patrick 
states, lib. 2, chap. 2, that Broccaidh, of Imleach Each, in Ciar- 
riaghe, of Connaught, was a brother of Lom&n, of Ath-Truim, 
and that Qollit, sister^ of Patrick, was the mother of Lom&n ; 
and it states in another place, chap. 22, that Broccaidh, of Im- 
leach Each, brother of Loman, of Ath Truim, was along with 
Patrick at Magh Sealga^ in Connacht. 

Connmach, of Ath-Blair. 

Garbhan, Priest, of Ceann-s^e, on the west side of Smxl, or® in 
the west of Erin. 

names, are the same as our Cele-clerech, Aedh, and Tadg. See Colgan, AcU. SS. (at 14 
Feb.) p. 828, sq. Mabillon, ActL SS., O. S. B. il 951. Bolland., ad 8 Julii. (T.) 

* lomhratnha. The more recent hand adds, in Irish characters, ** Colman Eirmer. Mar" 
But Mr. Carry's copy of the Brossels MS. reads, Cotmom CuneYX ImiuiTha no fiateb, 
(* Colman the Cimmerian wanderer I invoke.') (T.) 

* Virgin. The Mart. Taml. adds " Aird Trea," of Ard-trea. (T.) 

* Siaier. Our author here mistakes what is said in the Tripartite Life. Gottil was the 
father of SS. Loman, Munis, Broccaidh, and Brogan or Brocan. See Colgan, TV. 7%., p. 
228. The same mistake is made by our author at Dec. 18. (T.) 

* Or. This means that the author was not sure to which Ceann-saile lie should refer 
St. Garbhaa, whether to Kiiualey at the west of Swords, or to Kinsale in the west (^uth) 
of Ireland. (T.) 

192 pelme wcc wccomti wetieNwcccti. [july 13. 

10. b. «eArco TOus luln. 10. 

CUCCM, CCi|ib|ie, 1 ntliB Ceirnofealai^h, a tai^mtJ; acuf of lonomn 

acuf Cudn Tllaochla bfioccaifi, if na T)eifi15 Hlunian. 
TDeoctlCCiW OCO'Dtl, Chuile mdine. 


11. C. qtiiMro i-DUS lulii. 11. 

pccilbtie, mac Conl6cha, 6 *Ohifep,T; mic CoTil6cha, i cCuiticne i 
nia|i€a|i TYli'5e. Gi^en, injean TYloce, mic baififiinx), fiufi 
TTluicciTii Tllaigne, a md^aifi. 


ColmccM, mac Cfiona 
^ccib-ctieMe, o^h. 


12. X>. qucavco I'ous itilii. 12. 

Wcc^;ociTl, epfcop, 6 Ler^h m6iti, i fiGISlinn. 

Colmccti, faccafir, Ctuana bfiuchaif. ^^ma* 6 fo Colman, 

mac tui^eaC, mic CCongafa, mic NaTyp]iaoi6. Ri TDumaii 

acuf Caifil, an rCCon^af fin. 
Ul'CCCH, o Chofcaigh. 
[T)ii no T)1U8.] 

13. e. •cettno I'ous luln. 13. 

CuuiTTi'ctieH pOMMTxnMN, Citle ai|iftifu 

TYlortiioldcc, 6 Chill Hflochiolocc, i ntliB Ceinnfealaig, no 
Hfloiiolocc Cluana 'DOCirhgen. 

1 Cu6n, From him ia derived the name of Kilquan, Co. Wexford. (0*D.) 

*Berr6n. This name is added by the more recent hand, with the auihoritieB **MiMr. H 
M. Tarn,"* (T.) 

3 Corcach, The more recent hand adds here, ** Nasan, apwl Mnr.^ who is thus recorded, 
Mafon cian o ancaib, (*Nason far from crimes,') in the Mart, of Mar. 0*Gornian. (T.) 

* Dius. This name is also added hv the more recent hand, with the authority Mat.. 



Cuan/ of Airbhre, in Ui Ceinnsealaigh, in Leinater; and he is the 

same as Cu&n, of Maethail-Brogain, in D^isi-MiimhaiL 
Deacon Aedh, of Cuil-M6ine. 

11 c. quinto idus julil 11. 

Failbhe, son of C\ilocha> of Disert Mic-Conlocha, in Cuircne, in 
West Meath. Esten, daughter of Moche, son of Baininn, sister 
of Muiccin, of Maighin, was his mother. 

LoNAN, of Ard-eminn. 

CoLMAN, son of Cron. 

Gaibhthene, Virgin. 


12. d. quarto idus julil 12. 

Nazair, Bishop of Liathmor, in Ebhlinn. 

CoLBlAN, Priest, of Cluain Bruchais. This was Colman, son of 

Lughaidh, son of Aenghus, son of Nadfraech. This Aenghus 

was king of Munster and of Caiseal. 
XJltan, of Corcach.^ 
[Dii or Dius.*] 


Cruimther Fionntain, of Cill-airthir.'* 

Mothiolog, of Cill-Mothiol6g,^ in Ui Ceinnsealaigh, or MothioWg, 
of Clnain Aithghin. 

where it is probable that in the words peit vu din freiicais, the word T)ii may be intended 
as the genitive of Diut. (T.) 

*CiU-wrihvr. The more recent hand adds here, "quod Cella orientis dicitur in vita S. 
Mochtai." (T.) 

* Mothiolog. Now corrupted to Kihnichaelog. (0*D.) 


194 peliRe wcc wccomti weaeNwcccti. [july 17. 

gtteccllocc Oeblectl, 'Camlachca chofina i ntliB byiefail ai|ifti|i, 
acuf ^otncrb i fo 5T^«^^» •Dei|i15fiu|i vo TYlanCdn terh, acuf 
vo St^eittfig ; acuf somcrb i TTIella a mdraip a rcfiiutt 

pMWU, mac CCfvairh. 

tllTXrw, mac CC|iaiT)i. 

6hc, faccafic. 

euNIN, lufi caoin. 

Dcccotios, 6 'Chi^h 'Cae'&occ. 

14. p. pHiwe i'DU« lulii. 14. 

1*0, epfcop, o CCth poDhac, i Lcngnibh. 
ColTnccw, mac CCin^ein. 

[TYlaolceoTDCCR, biJcrBac, c6t) 1ap,la na tlanoine]. 
[ONCtiu, mac blaiimic]. 

15. ^. i'Dibu« lulii. 15. 

meic eccaccciM, o biiuigh lao^h. 
COTTITTICCM, mac T)iomma. 
ROMCCM [mac TYlagi.] 

16. CC. "oeciTTio ^eprimo cal. ccusti«^i- 16. 

m 0:010*011 OCR, o bh|ii mole. 
8corti, o^h, o CluaiTi moifi TYloefcna. 

baecccw, Cluana cofia i nliiif eogain, efpticc CC\iva b|i€caifi, 
acuf ab fHaigi bill, j>o fliocr eo|ain, mic N6ilL 

Jobbccw becc. 

17. b. sexco 'oeciTTio cccl. cctisusri. 17. 

Sioarxrw, faccafic, po|i Loc TTIelge. 
CuccobtiMorc, o^h. 
piccww becc. 

1 A th-Fhadhat Now Ahade, Co. Carlow. (0T>.) 

> Maekeadar. This entry, within brackets, is in the more recent hand. (T.) 
' OmAu. This is also added by tlie more recent hand, with the aath< rities *' Mar, ; M. 
Tamr (T.) 


Qrealloo Oeblech, of Tamlacht Chama, in Ui Breasail-airthir ; 
and this may be Grealla, sister of Manch&n of Liath, and of 
Qreillseach ; and Mella was the mother of the three. 

FiNNU, son of Arath. 

TJltan, son of Araidi. 

Erc, Priest. 

Ernin, of Inis-caoin. 

Taodhog, of Tigh Taedhog. 

1 4. F. PRIDIE IDUS JULII. 1 4. 

Id, Bishop, of Ath-Fhadhat,* in Leinster. 

COLMAN, son of Aing^n. 

[Maelceadar,^ the Victorious, first Earl of the Hanoine.] 

[Onchu,' son of Blathmac] 


The Sons of Earcan, of Brugh-laogh. 
CoMMAN, son of Diomma. 
RoNAN* [son of Magh.] 


Maelodhar, of Bri-molt. 

ScoTH, Virgin, of Cluain-m6r-Moe8Ciia. 

Brecan, of Cluain-catha, in Inis-Eoghain, Bishop of Ard Brecain, 

and Abbot of Magh-bile, of the race of Eoghan, son of Niall. 
OoBBAN Beg. 



SIOSTAN, Priest, of Loch Melghe. 
Craebhnat, Virgin. 

Flann Beg. 

*i2cm<m. The more recent hand adds here, "TTIac maj;i. [son of Magh], Mar. et 
M. Tarn:' (T.) 

i> 2 

196 petme ncc Nccomti weueNwacti. [july 21. 

18. C. cftiiNT:o T)eciTno cat ccu^ti^ri. 18. 

TTIicCMCCCti, mac Pailbe. T)o cenel ^CoTiaiU Sulban, mic N6ill 


pON'OtxnN, f acca|it;, pochuilbche. Hiognac, fiu|i phitiTiiain, a 

til deal fi. 
pccilbtie TYlccccRCcic T)ibisti. 
*Oobosccw, mac Coma|iT)e. 
Ceccllccctl, mac "OunchaDha. 
CROMCCM, mac Ualai^h. 

19. X>. quocfvco •oecinio cat. cctisu8T:i. 19. 

Oi88eiNe, acuf caocca manach, 6 'Chen^ai'oh. 
ColmccM, .1. mocholmoc. 
ClOCRCm, 6 rhi^h Tia Sop-T^^h. 
CobHCCM, Cluana. 

CCO'DllCCW, llff ^6lfl. 


20. e. rea'cio T)eciTno cccl. ccususr:!. 20. 

CumbtliM, ciiaiB-Bech, i nUiB P'o^einre, i Hlutiiain. 
moloccc, 8let5e bla^ma. 



21. p. •ouo'oeciTTio cccL ccti5uaT:i. 21. 

'CoM'oacli, epfcob. 

ftectiT Nep«coip, o rhamTiaish bua^a, [epfcob 'CeD'oa 6 'Chom- 
nui^h], TK) ^eiBiep pefo neai'TJUicc 7>o cIoititi 6n ochap acuv 
a nonmanna, actif a penchaf ap fhocc piachach 8tii§T>e, mic 
Pei'5limi'5 HeCrmaifi, mic 'Cuacail 'CechTnuaip. 

1 Uaheh. The more recent hand adds here, CCb Clucnne mic noip Mar. TTIoc tia 
LttagOTDa, M. Tarn, ^* Abbot of Cluain-mic-Kois, Mar. [O'CroniMm]. Mac Ua Lnagada, 



MiANACH, son of Failbha He is of the race of Conall Gulban, 

son of NialL 
FiONNTAiNN, Priest, of Foehnillich. Bioghnach, sister of Finnian, 

was his mother. 
Failbhe Maccraic Dibhigh. 
DoBOGAN, son of Comarde. 
Ceallach, son of Dnnehadh. 
Cronan, son of Ualach.* 


Oisseine, and Fifty Monks, of Tengaidh, 

ColmIn, Le., Moehohn6g. 

CiARAN, of Tigh-na-Gortigh, 

CoBRAN, of Cluain. 

Aedhan, of Lis-m6r, 


20. E. tertio decimo kal. augusti. 20, 

CuiRBiN, the Pious, in Ui-Fidhgeinte, in Mnnster. 

MoLOCA, of Sliabh Bladhnia. 




21. F, duodecimo kal. augusti. 21. 

ToNDACH, Bishop. 

The Seven Bishops, of Tamhnach Buadha, [Bishop Tedda, of 
Tamhnach,^] and we find seven bishops, the sons of one father, 
and their names and history among the race of Fiacha Snighdhe, 
son of Feidhlimidh Beachtmhar, son of Tuathal Teachtmhar. 

Mart, rami.'* But in Mr. Cony's copy of the Mart, of Mar. O'Gomian he is called Mac 
Ua Laiffde, abb Chum-mic-Nois. (T.) 
* Tamhnach, The ii\ ords within brackets are inserted by the more recent hand. (T.) 

198 pelme ncc waomti wetieMwacti. [july 23. 

CtlTlCCCCtl, CiUe Cuticcn^he, 6^h. 

tusticcM, faccajxr. 

SlollcCM, *Ouine moifi, i nUiB byxiuin Chualann. 

['CeNNa, o 'Carhnuig bucrba.] 

22. 'g. uM-oecimo cccL ccu^usri. 22. 

biretl«, .1. THobiu, abb Infi Cumfqiai^h. T)o fltoCc Gatfeac, 

tnic niuifiecrbaig, ord vo fiol Bitierhoin vo. 
•Occbticcorocc, Cluana "oa bhaotx6cc a BpanaiT), a tT;i|i Concnll. 

TTIOTIOMOCC, T)|iomma faTh|iaiT)h. 

08861 M. 

niOTiectia, macnaemh. 



Cccomtiocc. Caemell, iT)|en Ceinnponnam, tnic Ceifi, mic 
Lujaifx, a rtidrai|i. CCf i an Caemell fin md^aiji Caotrhpn 
acuf Warcaoimhe T^itie va ^laf, ecc 

23. CC. "oecitiio cat. ccustisri. 23. 

CaoMComtlTlccc, epfcop, 6 Inif 6nT)ainih, pofi Loch Ribh, acuf 
|iob eapfcop he i cCluain mic "Mdif afi riif, vo muinnji *Ohe§a 
a 6enel, acuf fio pdccaiB Cluain ayx m&v a aifimiTxne innre, 
a|i fio a'5ai|XfeT: na corhpoiccfi 6 artiail pdiT)h con'oeachai'B 
'D'ia|i|xaiT)h uai^nef a pofi Loch Ribh lafiarti, ere. 

HUNCCCtl, Infi moifie. *Oo £enel 6o§ain, mic Weill -oo. 

puiLleM, CCrha an eich. 





^Priest, The more recent hand adds, 8€ueo, aecundum M. Tarn, 

^Cwdann. The more recent hand adds here, "O^m TnmniTiaey M, Tarn. **0f Don 
Munira."" But Mr. Curry's copy of the M. Taml. has "Sillan Gluin Muniie,** and his 
copy of Mar. O'Gorman has " SiUan, of Dun M6r, m Uibh Brluin Cualaim." (T.) 


rBCACH, of CSll-Curcaighe, Virgin. 
roHAN, Priest' 

OLLAN, of Dtin-m6r, in TJi Brinin-Cualann.^ 
KNNA, of Tamhnach Buadha.'] 


TEUS, i.e., Mobiu, Abbot, of Inis Cumscraigh. He was of the 

race of Eochaidh, son of Muireadhach, who was of the seed of 


LBHAETOO, of Cluain-da-Bhaetog, in Fanaid, in TireonailL 

)RONoa, of Druim Samhraidh. 


)RECHA, a boy-saint. 


JSMHOQ, Caemell, daughter of Ceannfionn^, son of Ceis, son 
of Lughar, was his mother. This Caemell was the mother of 
Caoimhghin, and of Natcaoimh, of Tir-da-ghlas. 


lEN€X>B{HBAC, Bishop, of Inis Endaimh, in Loch Ribh, and he 
had been bishop at Cluain-mic-Nois at first. Of the Muintir 
D^ha was his race ; and he left Gluain in consequence of the 
veneration in which he was held there, for the neighbours 
worshipped him as a prophet, so that he went to seek for solitude 
in Loch Ribh afterwards, &c. 

[JNACH, of lDis-m6r. He was of the race of Eoghan, son of Niall* 
7ILLEN, of Ath-an-eich. 


TamhtMrh Bnndhti, Thw eiitr}*, within brackets, is in the mon' recent hand. (K.> 

200 pelme wcc waoniti weuewwacti. [july 24, 

24. b. MOMO cat ocwsu^Ch 24. 

^OecclcCN, CCi|iT)e m6ifie, mac ei|ic, mic Ttlaicnia'Ba, epfcop acuf 
conpeffo^- *Oo pliofr 6ac'5ac Ptin pucrf aiyir, 6 Cpuil Ofiific 
T)Of orti, acuf T)eiT;fin ainm a nidraii. Colmdti eppucc naorh^a 
"DO bai^x e. heia *Oecclain, cap. 3. 

Ro baifiUTTi in ayxoile aimfiji ag roi'BecT; 6n Roirh, acuf |io 
•Befimair clocc nicca^ v6 vo nimh pofi cafijxaicc fio bat ifin 
pii|ir, acuf fio ftia an cha|X|iacc tna nT)iai^ ^50 fiaiCe fiiapan 
luin^ 50 hBfiinn ; acup orbept: T)eclan ^ibe hdir 1 n^eCa'b an 
capfiacc cortinai^e supab ann vo 'Beonai'b *Oia 'ooforh ecclap 
T)o ciinihT)ach, acuf yye^ fin |io cortiaille'B laprain. 1 
nT)eifibh TTluTTian aza an ecclap pin lona'b ma nT)efina fotti 
pepra acup miopbuile loni'ba. 

TTlobeocc, 'Chefimainn, abb. Ri bfieran, .1. bfiacan, mac bjia- 
cameoc a ocaip,, acup acaifi TTlo^ofuScc 8|iuq[ia; acup *Oina, 
in§en pi§ 8axan a mdcaifi. CCT)eip Cuimin CoinT)eifie ipin 
van T)apab rip: " Capaip pdrfiaicc puipx; THaca," 50 n^na- 
€ai§e'5 a cenn vo piopcufi a ccuire no a bpoll uipge. OC^ po 
map a^eip : — 

Cap<aip T11obe6cc boaT^ac, 
T)o p,6ip, penaT5 na pp.uite, 
CCn qxot •DO toi|ineDh a ceann, 
XAMCfiei) a cenn pa coite. 

ComtrsaLl, o Cluam Thamhaip. 
blaxtimac, mac piainn. 
Ltlistibe, *Opomma bo. 

1 To dip. The last line of this quatrain is read differently in the poem of Cuunin, as 
printed in the Rev. M. Kelly's Calendar, (p. 168) : 

"Do cuifiea'D 6 pa cuite. 
' He plunged it into the pond.' 
Thiis according to Professor O'Curry, is a better reading. (R.) 



(, of Ard-in6r, son of Ere, son of Madcniadh, Biabop and 
BOr. He was of the race of Eochajdh Finn Fuathairt, 
vbom Brighit descended, and Deitein was the name of his 
r. Colm^ a holy bishop, baptized him. Life of Dedan, 

one occasion, as he was coming from Rome, he foigot a 
which had been sent him from Heaven,) upon a rock 
was in the port, and the rock swam after him, so that it 
d before the ship in Erin, and Declan said that where the 
^oidd touch land, there God would permit him to erect 
rch, and this was afterwards fulfilled This church is 
id in Deisi of Munster, where he performed many signs 

G, of Termonn, Abbot. The king of Britain, ie., Brachan, 
Brachameoc, was his father, and the father of Mogonig, 
thar; and Dina, daughter of the king of Saxonland, was 
ither. Ciumin, of Condeire, states, in the poem I>eginning, 
ick of the fort of Macha loves," that he was in the habit 
jing his head constantly in a pit or pool of water. Thus 
■b: — 

"The victorioua Mobbeog loves. 

According to the synod of the leaned, 

Often to bon his head, 

To dip' his head into a pit [of water."] 
LL, of Cluain Diamhair. 
AC, son of Flann. 
■:, of Drum-lto. 

u Tbe necond h»nd add" here "Cnroirthne," another fonn of the n 
If form Coiwoni, in the M. T«inl. (T.) 

202 pelme ncc wccomti MeneMMacli. [july 27. 

25. C, occcctio caL ccu^ti^ci. 25. 

ColmccM, Ua Licccain, vocziifi, GC? T>\ 725. 

pON'ObtlccRH, faccatit:. 

Ne«8CCM, "DeochaiTi, o TTlun^atiiiT: ifiti TTlurhain. CCn txxn vo bi 
Paqfiaicc a^ bennu^hcrS TtluTtian "oo 15entiai§ T)eo£aiii Weff«^> 
artiail ay pollaf i mberhai'o pdqficncc CCf paifi rucc Cuimin 
CoitiT)ei|ie an retfqfi aga poiUfiughcrB nac T)u6ai|ir; bjiecc rap 
a BeL OCg fo mail a-oeifi : — 

Ca|vaif Meaixxn naoih 'oeocain, 
C|iab(r6 ain^li'oe lobon ; 
tloca ccdinicc cafi a iy&Oy 
Ml bu-D b|i65 Ti6 bu'b bfiepal. 

OCT)eni feinleaBa|i fio aofDa memfvaiTn aji aji laBiiamafi 1® 
Peb. 05 b|ii§ir, 50 jiaiBe "Oeocain "Meafan copmail a mbefaiB 
acuf a mberhai-B fie Laufienmuf T)eo£ain. 

pactiTtcc caol, Cluana caicrne. 

pccctiTia ele. CCca pacjia, mac Cotmain, mic Go^ain, aji 
f lio£r Colla va £fiio£. 

niosiolocc, T)alra Tnoling tuacfva. 

WiMNio, fen. 



26. *0- aepnmo cccL. au^ti^ci. 26. 
puRcrotiTiccM, epfcob. 

27. e. seAXO occL. cctisusri. 27, 

beostlcciM, abb maige bile. 

LccssccR, 'Chiopfiac Rotf iicnn. 

btiewcciMM, poCaiti. 

LiiiT:, o^h, 6 'Cigh tura, 1 potajiraiB m6tia. 

1 Fumnbharr. In the margin is written, opposite to this name, .nT i.e., nota. (T.) 



CoLMAN, Ua Liathain, Doctor, A.D. 725. 

Fionnbharr/ Priest. 

Nessan, Deacon, of Mungairit, in Munster, When Patrick was 
blessing Munster he blessed Deacon Nessan, as appears in the 
Life of Patrick.^ It is of him Cuimin, of Coindeire, gave this 
testimony, in showing that he never told a lie out of his mouth. 
Thus he says : — 

'' Nessan, the holy deacon, loves 
Angelic pure devotion ; 
Never came outside his teeth 
What was untrue or guileful.'* 

A very ancient old-vellum-book, of which we have spoken 
at Febr. 1st, at Brighit, states that the Deacon Nessan was like 
to Laurentius the Deacon, in his habits and life. 

FiACHRA Cael, of Cluain Caichtne. 

Another FiACHRA. There is a Fiachra, son of Colman, son of 
Eoghan, of the race of CoUa-da-chrioch. 

MosHiOLOG, pupil of Moling Luachra. 

NiNNio, the Old. 



26. d. septmo kal. augusti. 26. 


ToMAN, of Mungairit. 


Beoghain, Abbot, of Magh-bile. 

Lassar, of Tipra Boisrain. 

Brenainn, of Fobhar. 

Lurr, Virgin, of Tigh Luta, in Fotharta Mora. 

«L(/e ofPatru'k. Vito Tripartita, iii. 42, Trias Thaum., p. 157 ft. (K.) 

204? pelme wa Nccomti MeneMMacti. [july 30. 

^Omcci'Otl [epfcop pefina.] Wo ^omcrB e fo ^Oiixai-B Gcroaii 
"DiioTna, mac txi§ btieran, .t. bfiacain, mic bfiaca[meoc] "oeiib- 
fioraifi *Oa6eocc 'Cep.mann ; acuf Dina, in^en |iig 8axcm a 
Thcrcai|i. 690. 

28. p, QtiiNro cccl. cctisti8T:i. 28. 

Comtlstiall> ^oBlcc timn, i n*Oa|iq[iai§e Coininfi, acuf a ccenT) 

tocha hOifine. 
Uisseoi'C'C, o *Ofiuim Uin^oir. 


[Cel8U8. Mar.] 
[tltllCCCW. JUar., M, Tarrd,] 

29. ^5. Qticcnro cccl. ccu^usr:!. 29. 

CommccM, mac ponn15ai|ifi. 
CuimmeiM, mac (Xxtwe. 
CccolccN, Infi cealrjia 
1U8TXCM lewe. 

[bl'Ce, Intife CumfC|iui|. Mar., M. TawiZ.] 

30. CC. T:eTiT;io cat caiBusr^i. 30. 
BectlMa^ccctl, ab Cinnlocha. T)o fliocr Laegaitie, mic Neill 


tnaolruile, mac Wochaitie, 6 *Oii^fir THaolniile. *Oo fltocc 

Lae^aifie, mic NeilL 
CobtliR, mac '^MyXX. 

1 Bishop. The note within brackets is added by the second hand ; it is evidently taken 
from the Gloss in Mar. O'Gorman. (T.) 

Brachasneoc This name is BracKa in the MS. The last syllable has been supplied by 
Ifr. Curry, as having been evidently intended. (T.) 

^Celnu. This name and the next, with the authorities annexed, are in the second 
hand. (T.) 

^ Bite. This entry is in the second hand. Mar. 0*Gorman calls him Buie or perhaps 
Byte. (T.) 

GoR. The more recent hand adds here, ** ^iilbuin guific 3/. Tarn,** But -the full 
entry in the M. TamL is, Cob«p^a|i, 'g^lbain RtiiTir, mic -h. 5^1^^* "Cobarchar, of 


DiBAiDH, [Bishop* of FeiTia] ; or this maybe Diraidli^of Eadardruim, 
son of the king of Britain, ie., Bracan, son of Bracha[meoc'], 
brother of Dabheog, of Tearmonn, and Dina^ daughter of the 
king of Saxonland, was his mother. 


CoMHGHALL, of Gobhal-liuin, in Dartraighe Coininnsi, and it Is 

at the head of Loch Eime. 
UissEorr, of Dmim Uisseoit. 


[Celsus.^ Mar.] 
[LiuiCAN. Mar., M. TarrU.'] 


CoMMAN, son of Fionnbhdrr. 
CumMEiN, son of Aride. 
CAELiN, of Inis Cealtra. 


[Bite,* of Inis Cumliscraigh. Mar., M. Taml.] 


Sechnasach, Abbot, of Ceann-locha. He was of the race of 

Laeghaire, son of NialL 
Maeltuile, son of Nochaire, of Disert Maeltuile, of the race of 

Laeghaire, son of Niall. 
CoBUiR, son of Goll.* 

Gnlban-gort, aon of Garbh." In Mar. O'Gorman we read, Coboifi mac ^iiill ^efinian, 
which a marginal note in the Brussels MS. explains thus, "^e|iTiidn Cobai|\ forte 
Anxilius, ^efiTiiaT) Germanus." Meaning that the text is to be translated ^ Cobair, son 
of Goll, a German," and that Cobair (which signifies aid, kelp^ in Irish,) is, perhaps, a 
Celtic form of the name Auiiliiu. But it is probable that German is a mistake, or else the 
name of another saint So the M. Taml. seems to have understood it, for we find there 
^efimcm mac ^mtt distinguished from Cobair. In the Roman Mart., Germanus, bishop 
of Auxerre, is commemorated on this day, but in Mar. O'Gorman on the day following. 
This may, perhaps, have caused the confusion. At the end of this day the more recent 
hand adds, "Sefiman, mac 5«iW^ ''^- ^f""- «< ^farianJ" (T.) 

206 peliRe ncc wccomti wetieNNacti. [july 31. 



[^eTtmccM, mac ^uilL M. Tam,, et Marian.] 

31. b. pRTOie cal. ccustiST:!. 31. 

[THic Ncropnccoictl, videlicet aequentea : — ] 

CoLmccM, epfcop, mac T)ai|iine, .i. mac CCen^uixi, mic Nac- 
Pficnch, mic Cuijic, mic Lui§^ec, fii TTluman. 8anr ainm a 
maiap- CCf6 pcrc pa iTDuBpoB Colmdn, mac T)aipine, pip t)o 
Bpi§ ^upbo T)eipBpiup vo Sant: va md€aip ?, acup "oo 6i \^ 
aimpiT) 6ip ni beipe'5 clann, acup "oo lapp pi Colmdn an lenb 
ap a piaip lonnap ^o nainmni§6e uaire e, acup ru^ Sani; an 
mac T)0 *Ohaipine va oilerhain, acup uime pin a "oepap Colmdn 
mac *Oaipine pip. 

poUccmcriN, eppcob. 


Norcal, o Chill na manach. 

[pccpcCM. Mar., et Mart. Tarn.] 

[CCnm eTieM'CTlU'013. CCt^d CCne no CCni, og. CCnn .i. Gpna, 05 ; 
acup 'Cpu'Dip qfie a gaol le J^pqfiuix) lap m^ei€ "od hainm 
artiuil a hai^pi le€ J^oi'oelac, acup apaill vo Ppangcui^.] 

1 Febriihe. The more recent hand adds here, " Febritea, M. TVim.," meaning that the 
name is so written in the Mart of Tallaght (T.) 

* German, This entry is in the more recent hand. (R.) 

> 71^ sons. The clause within brackets is added by the more recent hand, with the 
word Marian, in the margin. In the Brussels MS. of Mar. 0*Gorman the following note 
occurs in the margin : **■ Follaman, Papanus, Icmocus, et Natalis sunt filii Aengusii regis 
fiUi Natfraich." (T.) 

4 lamog. The Mart TamL has *' lamoc Allthir,** the pilgrim ; and immediately after 
(as if another proper name) Uagh m a cwrp^ " perfect in his body." (T.) 



lEBHAN,* son of GolL Mart, of TamkUtclU, and Mariamia.] 


Phe Sons' of Nadfraech, namely, the following : — ] 

loLHAN, Bishop, (ton of During, i.e., the son of Aenghus, son of 
Natfra«ch, bod of Core, aon of Lughaidh, king of Munster. 
Sant WHS the name of his mother. The reason why he was 
called Colman, son of Dairin^, is because she, Dar'nid, was 
his mother Sojit'a sister, and she was barren, for she bore no 
children, and she asked for Colman, when a child, from her 
sister, that he might be named from her ; and Sant gave the 
boy to Dairin^ to be nursed ; and hence he is called Cobnan, 
son of Dairind 

AiXAMAtH, Bishop. 

iBNoo,* the Sickly. 

ATAL, of Cill-na-manach.* 

?APAN. Marian., and Mart-Urology of Tamlacht^ 

ijiN* Ebenteudis. There is Ane, or Ani, Virgin. Ann, i.e, Ema, 
virgin ; and Trudis, on account of her relationship to Gertrude ; 
her name being like her lather's, half Gaelic and half French.] 

* C3l-iia~naiuiA. The more recent hand addi here, "Papan, Mm: et M. Tout., i 
itiCT^^ib, SI. Tam. i" i.e., both Har. CGorman and the H. Tainl. mentioD Papan here 
I ime of the whu of Nultnich ; the M. Taml adda that he was " ia Slntreibh," or rather 
mirtibk, Le., Santiy, Connty DaUlD. (T.) 

* Atm. Thia paragraph ii added hy the iiecond band. It is difficult to ta,j whence it 
ma taken, or to whom it lelatea, nnleaa Krentrude, airter o( St. Eudbert, of Saltibonrf;, 
e iDtended, vhoae festiTal ia 30 June. See Colgan, Actt SS., p. 761, note 8, 4, and p. 
68*. (T.) 

208 velme ncc Naomli weaeNNCccti. [august 3. 

1. ca;lewT>i8 ccusust:!. i. 

SCCRCCM, abb benT)chai|i. 

TTlOTllOCC, epfcob, Iti]^ mac Ualain^. 

WCCCtll, epfcop, Cfiile puirheifibe. CCT)ei|x 8encaf na Waorti ^y\x] 

T)uain 150 Bpuil Wcrci, e^pucc, mac Senaij, a^i fliocr TTleii^n 

cuifib T)o Lai^niB. 
ColtliTn, mac Hian|ail, epfcop. *Oa|iepca, fiufi pdrpaicc, a 

CCHlilM, epfcop, Cluana caoin. 

tibeti, pccilbe, acuf OiLbtie, q[ii meic tuiffeii^» ^^V tnoifie. 
becc mccRcacti, Ua becce, maigne. 
8tibacti, Co|xainn. 
SoictiecclL Ife fo, T)a|x lem, efpucc Soicell aT)ei|i be€a pa- 

qfiaicc, lib. 2, cap. 25. 
TTllCCC G|inaiT)he. 
[mic mocobticc.] 

2. *0. CftlCCTirO MONCCS cctisti8T:i. 2. 

toMCCM, mac taif|ie. 
peictiiM, faccafir. 
Comti'oticCM, cele t)6. 
CobtlRCCM, Cluana cuallachra. 

3. e, T:;eTiT;io momccs ccu^usr:!. 3. 

pei'Otllimi'Otl, Cille moi|ie, [epfcop acuf pdqfifin 50 la foeijie, 
aonui§, loghai'b, acuf ocraiCe.] 

1 Poem, Meaning the Poetical History of the Saints, called the Naomhsenchut. (T.) 
> The tons. This addition is made by the more recent hand, with the authority ** J/or.!" 

te., O'Gorman- (T.) 

« CuaUachia, The second hand adds after this " Ethelvaldus. Mar.'* This is eridentlr 

Ethelwald, bishop of Winchester, commemorated In the Ro;nan MarL on the first of 

August. (T.) 



SAftUt, Abbot, of Benncbor. 
MOBIOO, Bishop, of IniB-Mao-TTalaing. 

Nathi, Biahop, of Cuil Fuitheirbe. The History of the Stunts 
Btates, in the poem,* that there is a Natlu, Bishop, son of Seniioh, 
of the race of Mesincorb, of Leinster. 

CoLUH, son of Rianghal, Bishop ; Darerca, sister of Patrick, was 

• his mother. 

AbiIin, Bishop, of Cluain-caoin. 

Liber, Failbhe, and Oilbhe, three sons of Luissen, of Inis-m6r. 

Beoxabcach, Ua Becce, of Maighin. 


SuBACH, of CoraniL 

SoicHEALL. He is, in my opinion, the bishop Soichell who is 
mentioned in the life of Patrick, lib. 2, chap. 25. 

Mica, of Emuidhe. 

[The Sons" of Mocobha.] 

2. d. quabto nonas auqttsti. 3. 
LoNAN, son of Laisre. 

Feichin, Priest 
CoioidhXn, the Culdee. 
CoBHRAN, of Cluain-cuallachta.' 

3. E. TEBTIO HONA8 AaoUSTI.' 3. 
FeiDLDf IDH, of Ci]l-m6r, [Bishop and Patron, with a holiday, &ir, 

indulgence, and octav&*] 

* Awj/Mtll Tlia mors recent hand adds after this, in ttomau characten, " S. Mannutu, 
•piacopDi at ■poabjlni, Tullniili, Fatii diacipuliu," This entrf has probabl; bean made 
k«m ij irMr^*, biataad of Sapt. 8, on which da; ha is canuDtgnontad ia the Boman 
•taityrologj. fT.) 

• OcOm. Th« daoM within Imckata ia in Un mora recent ban^ (T.) 

210 veLme mcc Mccomti weRewMcccli. [august 5. 

CCCOtlCCW, Cluaiia caipppe. 

THoctlUCC, .1. Cjxocan. 

'CnecCy 6^h, in^en Chaifinnn, 6 CCjiT) 'Cjxea. *Oo flioci; Cholla 

Uaif aifi'Dfii efienn •di. 
•OeHbiLe'Oti, vo flioct: pacyia, mic Bac-Bach TTliii^me^otn. 
iM^tieM pcccti'CMa:, 6 etincnT)he. 

4, p. pRTOie wowcca ocu's^&a. 4. 

Tnoltia, mac Oche, abb 6 Cluain pejira TTlolua, acuf o 8hlia15 
blaDhma, actif 6 *0|iiiim fnechixi i pefinmai^h. OCfe Tllolua 
•Dob anmcajxa "oo Dabfo Ctlle muine, "oo TTIao'Sos, '^^ TTIoCa- 
OTtioj, actif T)0 Cornwall, th) jieifi an fioinnfi : — 

TTloltia ba honmcafia, 
*Oo "OabiT) •DOfi fntii|i Tncyofnall, 
Ifoo TYIaoDO]^ *fDo TTlocaofho^, 
IfDo ComgaH. 

lochia aiTim a thocafi. CCf aji Tllolua ^ipn 'oona coitian- 
TnannaitJ t)o beifi Cuimin Cotiroeifie an ceifc .t. 50 n'Deiiie'5 
fiei|i, acuf coil a o^ve no a maigifuiti fieifi a aCaji a ihdraji, 
acuf an uile -Buine mcnlle hcnCfiige ma ^eacrattJ. CC^ fo map 
a T)eifi : — 

Ca|iaif TTloltia loin ipe|irai§, 

UttialoiT) uafal lo^cm, 

Tl6ifi oi-oe, |i6i|i TjfiifDi'oe, 

Tl^i|i toi^ If caoi a ctona'6. 
[beHCticcM, Mar. Cluona fofca, M. Tarrd.] 

5. ^5. uoms cctisti«T:i. , 5. 

ColTnccM, mac baoich, o "Ofiuim uaiche. 
*0uiW8ecTi, o^h, poji Loch cuan, t nlllroibh. 
ectll, Chtlle ^laif, acuf 6 8etnliof an^ayx "oo 8hliat$ bo^b^na. 
"Oajiefica, fiuyx poqunce, a rhdCaifu 

1 Confetior. Or spiritual director. The word ib muneara, ** soul-friend." (T.) 
* Miracuhut, The copy of this poem, printed by Dr. Kelly, reads Cap4Xf TDolaa 
Ctvona peocfvca, ^'Molua of Clonfert loves.** Calendar, p. 170. (T.) 


VoDHAN, of Cluain Cairprd 

docHUA, La, Crocin. 

Trea, Virgin, daughter of Cairfchenn, of Ard-Trea. She is of the 

race of CoUa Uais, monarch of Erin. 
Dekbiuledh, of the race of Fiachra, son of Eochaidh Muighmedlioin. 
Che Daughter of Fachtna, of Emaidhe. 


NLoLUA, son of Oche, Abbot, of Cluain-ferta-Molua, and of Sliabh 
Bladhma, and of Druimsnechta in Femmhagh. It was Molua 
that was confessor' to David of Cill-muine, to Maedh6g, to 
Mochaenih6g, and to Comhgall, according to this quatrain : — 

** Molua was confessor 

To David, across the tranquil sea, 
And to Maedhog, and Mochaemh^, 
And to ComhgaU." 

Sochla was the name of his mother. It was of some Molua, 
among those of the same name, that Cuimin, of Coindeire, gives 
the character, that he used to do the desire and bidding of his 
tutor or master, as he did that of his father and mother, and of 
every one together, with penance for his sins. Thus he says: — 

'* Molua, the fully miraculous,^ loves 
Humility, noble, puro. 

The will of his tutor, the will of his parents, 
The will of all, and weeping for his sins.*' 


[Berchan,' Mar., of Cluain-sosta, M. TanU,] 

5 G. NONis AuausTi. 5. 

CoLMAN, son of Baoth, of Druim-uaithe. 
DuiNSECH, Virgin, on Loch Cuan, in XJladh. 
EcHi, of Cill Glais, and of Senlis, near unto Sliabh Badhbhghna. 
Darerca, sister of Patrick, was his mother. 

*Berck(m. The clause in brackets is added by the more recent band. (T.) 


212 peliTie wcc wccomti wenewMacti. [august 8. 

etlWlM, Cluana fuxil^each. 
TTloLlobcC, 6 5^o|xt; chijxp. 
HccchUCCC, Chille |xai€. RognaiT) vo yxeiii na T)uaine, t)0 fliocc 

Cofibmaic caif, mic Oiliolla Oluim. 

6. CC. ocrccuo 1*0118 ausu8T:i. 6. 

tnoctltlCC, Cluana T)olcdin. Cfiotidn ainm oile vo. *Oo fliocc 
CoCaoifi TTloifi, di|iT)|ii Gjienn tk) LaigniC t)6. Cainefi, Cluana 
va failea£, a Ttid€ai|i, acuf mdtaiix an rfeifiyx oile t)o cloinn 
tu§a5a T)0 bi naoihca, maji acd LcqfTfiain, baoT)an, 5«I^^<i^^ 
baoi€in, 8encan, acuf RuaDan. 

tusticci'Dti, Cluana poBaifi. 

7. b. sepT;imo I'ous a:tisu8T:i. 7. 

moLacccc, 6 T:hulai§ holainT). 
CRONCCW, mui^he bile. OCnno *Ooniini, 049. 
'CerriMeM, tinT)e uachaille. 
CCo'oticcN, mac mealldin. 



8. C. sexxx) it)ti8 (xwsuszy 8. 

Colmccw, epfcop 6 Inif bo pinne, a cConmaicnibh mafia i 

nia|x€a|i ConnaCr, [CCnno "Domini, 674.] 
beoccw, mac Weaffain* epfcop o phi^B cuilinn, i nlliB paoUnn. 

•Qo fliofr CoCaoiti moip, tk) LaigniB v6. 
CtlHCactl, Cluana lorhaifi, o^h. CCza Cujicach, ingen "00011, 

mic THaifine, afi flioft; Colla Tllenn. CCxxi Cluain loCaijii 

mbfieipne 1 Huaipc, acuf Cu|icach a]^ poqfifln ann. 
"OcciTie. oi;h. txxx.«c blia^ain a haoir- 

1 aU-raUh. The second hand iiuerts agsin Citle fiait, Mar. (T.) 
> Poem. Meaning the Naomhsenchns. (T.) 


Ernin, of Cluain-railgheach. 

MOLIOBA, of Gort-chirp. 

Rathnat, of Cill-raith.* Raghnaid, according to the poem,' is of 

the race of Corbmac Gas, son of Oilioll Olum. 



MOCHUA, of Cluain Dolcain. Cron£n was another name for him. 
He was of the race of Catbaoir M6r, monarch of Erin, of the 
Lagenians. Gainer, of Cluain-da-saileach, was hia mother, and 
the mother of the other six sons of Lughaidh, who were saints, 
viz., Lasrain, Baedin, Garbhdn, Baoithin, Sench&n, and Ruadh^. 

Lughaidh, of Gluain Fobhair. 


MoLACCA, of Tulach-h-Olainn. 
Gronan, of Magh-bile, A.D. 649. 
Temnen, of Linn Uachaille. 
Aedhan, son of Meall^n. 




GoLMAN, Bishop, of Inis Bofinne, in Gonraaicne-manv, in the west 

of Gonnacht [A.D. 674*]. 
Began, son Neassan, Bishop, of Fidh-Ghiiilinn, in Ui Failghe. 

He was of the race of Gathaoir M6r, of Leinster. 
Gurcach, of Glnain-lothair, Virgin. There is a Gurcach, daughter 

of Dael, son of Maisine, of the race of GoUa Menn. There is a 

Gluain Lothair, in Breifiie O'Ruairc, and Gurcach is patron there^ 
Daire, Virgin. Eighty years was her age. 

* Gormghal After this name the more recent hand adds, *' Opialt). Mar,^ Oswald 
is commemorated on this day in the Rom. Mart. (T.) 

*^.A 674. This date is added by the second hand. So the Four Masters. (T.) 

214 v^me na MccomTi MetieMMacTi. [august lo. 

9. X>. qtiiw'co I'ous ccu^uet:!. 9. 

Cnuim'cTieH NaxTii, 6 CCchcr5 caoin Conaipe, i iuigne ConnachT;; 
acuf vo LuigniB ConnacT; t)6. 

NovemdeccTYi SSti KilTnorenses (qxice Cathedralis aedes est) 
uno die coluntur: — 

pei'otilimi'oti, CiUe vf\6\\i Dir^hjitiiB. "OeiDi, ingen D|i6na, mic 


bccRRcm, 65h. 

Cnuim'cTietl Riccscdm [paqiun CCchai* conaifie, go loshot.] 



Cei'ctitie meic enccaw. 

Cerctine meic T)iomcaw. Chill moifi DiifiuiC doiC pn uile, 

cen tno ud Cfitiimuefi Ncrchi, [acuf Cjiuimuhefi Riogdin pof, 

acT; nac vejip fin.] 
ColmccM, mac baoiT;h, a nT)fitiim jicrB. 

10. e, quocRVO I'Diis ccu^ti^ri, 10, 

CuimmiM, abb o 'Ofiuimbo i nUlTOib. 

blaccN, epfcop, o Chitin safva*, i TiS«l-t S^aoi'5eltii6. "Dubblaan 
a pjiiOTh coraip. 

1 Cruknhther. This word signifies priest Seo above, p. 165, note 5. (T.) 
' Navemdecem. These Latin words are in the more recent hand, and not in Irish cha- 
racters. They are intended to apply to the nineteen following names, including the fonr 
sons of Ercan, and the four sons of Dioman. (T.) The writer, by the danse gum Catke- 
draUs $edes est, identifies Cill-mor-dithruibh with Kilmoro in the county of Cavan; but 
this is a serious blunder, for the former is a church in the County of Roacomnum and 
diocese of Elphin, (see Reeves^s Adamnan, p. 99) ; whereas the latter gives name to a dis- 
tinct diocese, and has St. Fcdhlimidh, who is conunemorated at the Srd of August (see p. 
20ft, fvpra,) as its patron. (R.) 



;UIMHTH£R^ Nathi, of Achadh-caoin-Conaire, in Luighne of 
Connacht; and he was of the Luighne of Connachi. 

Novemdecefm? Sancti Kilmorenaes (quce Cathedralis sedes 
est,) uno die coluntur : — 




smHLDilBH, of Cill-m6r Dithruibh. Deidi, daughter of Trena, 
son of Dubhthach h-Ua Lughair, waa his mother. 



kRRAN, Vii^gin. 

ELUIMTHEB BiAGAN Q)atron' of Achadh Conaire, with Indulgence]. 


EE Four Sons of Ercan. 

BE Four Sons of Dioman. All these were of Cill-m6r Dithruibh, 
except Cruimther Nathi [and also^ Cruimther Riagan, but this 
is not certain]. 
OUCAN, son of Baoth, of Druim-rath*. 

[). E. QUARTO roUS AUGUSTI. 10. 

UDOCIN, Abbot, of Druim-bo, in UladL 

LAAN, Bishop, of Ceann-garadh, in Qall Qhaoidhehi. Dubblaan^ 
was his chief city. 

* Patron. The words within brackets are in the more recent hand. (T.) 

* And al$(K This is also in the second hand. The whole of this paragraph about the 
ints of Kihnore most have been written before the Latin heading given above. (T.) 
^Dndm-raih. The more recent hand adds here, in italic characters, ** Romanus. Mar/* 
se the Roman Ifart. at this day. (T.) 

^JkMaan. Probably an error of the MS. for Dun-blaan. (T.) The gloss in Marianns 
80 reads Dubbkum, while that on Aengos has DumrBlaan^ a form which Is found in many 
cotch authorities. (R.) 

216 pelitie wcc waomti weuewwacti. [august 12. 

11. p. 'cenz^o i"otis ccustisci. 11. 

euetlcCM, 6 ^Chigh e|iefiain i Uli-Be, acuf abb txirtilacTxi lOfi 

bccNbtiwccc, 65h. 

pMweacTi'c, 6^h. 

'Callcc, dgh, 6 Inif •Ooishfie. 

iicroticaw, ingen ©ach-Bach, tk) flio£c Laegaifie, mic W6ilL 


iwstiew «eM<xi5Ti. 

inaccHi'otie, .1. mac cfiai'Be TTloCi^a LushTnai^h, dji ba DglTxi 

•oil T)6 6. CCongUf a cev ainm. 
(XT:lltiacll'C, 65h, ingen 'Cigejinaish, 6 Chill fdile i C|iich 


T)OMMC)CW. CCf cofmail ^|iab 6 fo T)onnan T)eocain, mac beo- 
aiDh, T)e[i15b|id€aifi x)o Chiafidn Cluana mic [Woif]. CCto 
beoai'5 a[i fliocc Cui|ic, mic pe|i§afa, mic Hofa, mic Ru-B- 
fiaige. CC cCluain mic Woif vo bi *Oonnan maille |ie Ciapdn, 
omail croeiji 8encaf na naorh. 

12. 5. pHi'oie }vus ausuari. 12, 

SeiStliW, mac pafi^ma, abb la Colaim cille, CCnno *Oomini, 651, 

an ran |io paiDh a fpijiac. 
TYltime'Olicccti, epfcop Chille hCClaDh, do fliocr: Laogaipe, mic 

TYlolccisse, .1. taifpei^» ^ccc *Oecclain, o Inif Tiriui|ieT)hai5h ifin 


1 Son (ffihe heart: i.e.| son by affection, or adoption. (T.) 

^Name. The more recent hand adds, **Potiu8 S. Ailbeo at constat ex ejns rita,* 
meaning that Maccridhe was rather the pupil and adopted son of St. Ailhe, and not of St 
Mochto of Louth. (T.) 

» Crich ConailL Probably Conaille Muirtheimnc (O'D.) 


1. F. TEBTIO roUS AUQUSn. 11. 

!beraii, of Tigh Ereran, in Meaih, and ab1x>t of Tamlacht neaet 

after Maelruain. 
lANBHNAT, Virgin. 
'niMEACHT, Virgin. 
'alla, Viigin, of Inis Daaghre. 
iiADHAiN, daughter of Eochaidh, of the race c^ Laeghure, Bon of 



Che Daughter op Sknach. 

Che Daughters of Dtjtu. 

liACCRiDHE, ie., Son of the heart,' of Mochta^ of Lughmhagh, 
because he w«a a dear pupil of his. Aenghus was his first name.* 

A.THRACHT, Virgin, daughter of Tighemach, of Cill-saile, in Crich- 

DoNNAN. It is probable that this was Donnan the deacon, son of 
Beoaidh, brother of Ciar&n, of Cluain-niic-[Nois.*] There is a 
Beoaidh, of the race of Core, son of Fergus, son of Ross, son of 
Rudhraighe. Donniin was at Cluain-mic-Nois along with Ciar^ 
as the Hbtory of the Saints states. 

2. G. pRiDiE rons augusti. 13. 

■EIOHIN, son of Fachtna, abbot, of la-Coluim CSUe, A.D. 661,* when 

be resigned his spirit. 
A uiREDHACH, Bishop, of Cill Aladh, of the race of Lacghaire, son 

lloLAissE, ie., l>BJBren, son of Deglan, of Inis-Muireadhagh, in 

the Qorthii 

'JTsic. Oiidtl«d la tin text by an obrioiu error of the Kribe. (T.) 
*A.D. i61. Orel thi* d«te tha more recent huiil hu writien 652, whkb UtorrccL 
3m B««*w's ildHM, p. STS. (T.) 
*KialL The mora Kcent hud «ddi here "ITInilcluro sotundum M, Trmt." (T.) 
^Sortki Lc, the north o( Connacht. (O'D.) 

218 pelme ticc Mccotnti MeReMMacti. [august 15. 

13. CC i'otbti« ccustisri. 13. 

tnolacca, mac Caip-rhinT). CCto TYlolasa Saingil afi fliocc 
Conaill GachluaiC, cncA aji fliochx; Cojibmaic Caif, mic Oili- 
olla OLtiim. 

lomTlCCR, Ua hCCe-ohascnn. 

btustiiT:, CLuana hai. 


14. b. 'oeciTTio nono cccl. seprembma 14. 
[mi "oTicnsTiRe]. 

pccctl'CWa:, epfcop acuf abb T)aipinfi TYlhaolanpai'b i nUiC 
Ceinnfealai^, .ui. blioDna .xL a aoif, acuf somo^ vo fliocr 
Lui^each, mic Me v6, do jieiji an qpencafa. 

ectiLecti, Cuimmeiw, acuf CccomccN, rjii meic T)ai5h|ie. 



15. C. 'oecimo octxxuo cccL seprembnia 15. 

OCet)tl, ep|X)op, .1. ep|X)op TTlac Caifirhinn 6 Clochafi, acuf pep 
T)a cpioc ainm oile do, an T:an pob abb "Oaijiinfi 6 riif 6, 
attiail ruiccteji ay na jiannuiCfi : — 

1 Tomhar. Of KUmore. (O'D.) 

8 Lucan, After this word tho second hand adds, 1TloTnaoTK>5 Mctr.^ jEn., M. Tom. Ex 
8. JEncem Mart?, * TYlo TYlaewg mionn Saoi'^«^* cm 105 po|v a t^il, ("Momaedog chief 
of the Gael/* this is his festival,) ei est aiiuB a aequenti 15, eUam a Fementi 81 /on., mean- 
ing that the Momaedog (** my little Aedh'*) is different from the Aedh mentioned on the 
15th of this month, and from Aedh or Moaedhog of Ferns, Jan. 81. (T.) 

' Afidhaighre. This name is added by the more recent hand, quoting '* Mar^ as autho- 
rity. But Mar. O'Gorman, at least in Mr. Curry's copy of the Brussds MS., mentioiis 
not " Midhaighre," but meic Daiffre, i.e., " the sons of Daigre.** There is, therefore^ Mmie 
confusion. (T.) It is evidently an error for meic "Oaigfie, and a blnndering anticipatioD 
of the cp,i meic 'Omgbp.e, four lines lower down. (R.) 



on of Gairthenn. There is a Molaga, of Saingel, of the 
ODall Eachluath, who was of the posterity of Corhmac 
of OiliU Olmn. 
' Cluain-ai. 


bishop and Abbot, of Dairinis Maelan&idh, in Ui Ceinn- 
Forty-six years was his age, and he was of the race 
idh, son of Ith, according to the Seanchus.^ 
IJuiMMEiN, and Caebihan, three sons of Daighre.* 


dop, Le., bishop Maccarthinn, of Clochar ; and Fer-da- 
was another name for him, when he was abbot of 
at first, as is understood from these quatrains: — 

Meaning the Genealogies of the Saints, or SancHlogium Geneahgicum, already 


The more recent hand adds here, ** Sed Marian videtor alios vocare mic an 
lere is nothing, however, in Mr. Cuny^s copy of M. O^Gorman about Mac 
I of the carpenter) : in the Mcart TamL we find ** Dinil mac an tSair eps. et 
)*Oonnan he is simply called Dinil: 

TTleic "Oaigfie la "Omit. 
" Sons of Daigre with Dinil." (T.) 

The more recent hand adds, bTiogdn, mac Ln^ad, (Brogan, son of Lngh- 
ramL (T.) 

Bre the more recent hand has "Mar., et M. Tarn, quod vocat TYlac on 
! note ». (T.) 

220 pelme na waomti wenewwcccti. [august 17. 

CCeDh ba he a aiTim icqfi bpiofi, 

tia CCicmic ba mairh a snioih, 

pfofibfidcai|i ia|i mbtiai* cx) mbtoi*, 

*Oo THhaolfitiaiTi "Diaii bfocerlai*. 
pe|i -oa cfiioc a ainm a|i t^tif , 

InniiTpet: •oaoib a lomuijf, 

CC aiTim a cClochcqfi ba biriT), 

laf ftn enpucc mac CaifichiTiTi. 

©fpucc mac Caifirhinn afe ba qfieinpeji tk) pdqfiaicc, acuf 
T)o 15i(y5 oc^d lomcafi rafi gac lonaT) airhfiei'b. T)o geiBreji 
^einealac CCo-oa, enDUicc TTlic Caijirhinn 6 Clocha|i co h&ocb- 
ai'5, mac Tnuijieo^a, acuf 6 ©ochai'B 50 h©i|iemon. 


16. T). t)ecimo sepnmo cccL seprembTiis. 16. 

T)estia:, epfcob. 

17. 6. sexco 'oeciTno cat. seprenibnia 17. 

'Cemtiwew, manach acuf maipnfi, 6 Linn UachailLe. 

eoiM, mac Cafilain, 6 T^hi^h 66in 1 nULroiB. 

becccci^. 5oma'5 6 yo becdn, mac 8a|iain, cnca vo f Iioct; Cholla 

T)d cfiioch. 
becccci^ eile. 

^lAtm-Uachaille, The more recent hand has written here the following note: — *^An 
idem et Hieron Mart. Holland, no ane an cdTinom po|^ ocd onnt quasi diminutivnm 
ab Heronn. Ferreolua, unde leronn juxta Adamnan,** which may be transUted — ^* Is he 
the same as Hieron, a martyr of Holland? or is the name that is here, fmon, a sort of 
diminutive from Heronn, Ferreobu. unde leronn according to Adamnan.^ We have 
here two suggestions : first, that the Temhnen here mentioned may be St. Hieron, a print, 
who was martyred by the Norsemen in 856, and is commemorated on this day in Holland; 
or that the name is Eman, a diminutive from lem, iron, the same name which ia Latiniied 
FetTfobts by Adamnan (iiL 23, Reeves, p. 237.) But the Felire of Aengna givea on this 
day " the death of Teimncn, the monk;" and the Scholiast adds, "he was a martyr from 


** Aedh was his name in reality, 

Grandson of Aithmet, good was his deed. 

True brother, after victory with fame, 

To Maelniain, our teacher." 
*' Fer-da-chrioch was his name at first, 

I will tell you his history : 

His name at Clochar was sweet, 

After that, Bishop MaeCairthinn." 

ishop MacCairthinn was champion to Patrick, and he used 
my him over every rugged place. We find the pedigree of 
h. Bishop MacCairthinn, of Clochar traced to Eochaidh, son 
[uiredach, and from Eochaidh to Heremon. 



I, Bishop, 


^EN, Monk and Martyr, of Linn-TJachaille.' 

son of Carlan, of Tigh-E6in, in Uladli. 

i^. This may be Beccan, son of Saran, who is of the race of 


er Beccan. 

Achain, on the banks of the Caasan Linne.** There is, therefore, no necessity to 

any foreign saint. But there seems nevertheless some confusion, as we have 

had " Temnen, of Linn Uachaille,** at the 7th of Aug. It is possible that there 

e been two of the name, and that by an error in the gloss of Mar. 0*Qorman, they 

said to be of Linn-Uachaille. In the M. TamL, at 7 Aug., we have *^ Temnanus 

lachail,** and at 17 Aug. ** Temmianus monachns," which seems to indicate two 

persons. In the text of Mar. O'Gorman we have simply "Teronan" in both 

but in both the gloss tells us that he was of Linn Uachaille. (T.) Concerning 

I or Hieron see Mulanus, Indicuhu Sanctor. Beh/iif p. 44 6, and the Acta Sanctorum 

lay. (R.) 

222 veLme hoc Mccomti wenewwaxili. [august 19. 


6HMCCM, 'Co|iai§6, "00 ceiiel Boshcnn, mic WeilL 

18. p. quiM'co "oeciTTio cat. seprembiii^. 18. 

Ohmiw, .1. Tne|inocc, 6 Rach noi i nUiB S^pficon, .i. i poT^hap- 
TxiiB Laigen, acuf 6 Chill T)iiai5nech i nUiB *0ti6na. 

T)casti, mac Cai|iill, epfcop 6 Inif caoin ^Oegha, i cConailliC 
niui|i€eiThne. CCnno T)OTnini an ran po paiT)h a fpifioc 586. 
T)o cenel &o§ain, mic "M61II do, acuf T)eiT)i, in^en "Cji^na, mic 
T)ub€aig tlui Lugoip, a mdcaitu CeajiT) oi|iT)ei|ic 6fein. OC]^ 
'00 itigne ceT) 50 leirh clocc, cev bacall, acuf vo cuifi curn'oaS 
no pola£ aji rjii pciix foi^ccel (.1. leabafi ma mbi oi|ib|ieaca 
an ce€fiai|i foifccel,) arhail "Be ap-Baf an fiannfa: — 

T4V1 caogoD clocc, bucroac bann, 
La c^T) mbalc mbtii'dneac mbacall. 
La feafca foifcc6la fldn, 
*Oo lAirh 'Oheaga a aonofidn. 

T)eifcipul TK) bofiac Cluana coijibCi. be€a beyiaig, cap. 7. 
ColmccM, Cuile. 


19. 5. quccu-co 'oecimo cccL sepTembHis. 19. 

THoctiTxr, eptxjop Lughmaish. 'Cjii cod blia^ain a aoif an xxtn 
•DO cuai'B TK) cum nirhe, CC<> T>\ 534. CCcuf ni "BuBaific bfiia€a(i 
bji^iccG no ameolaf, acuf nip iC en ^eim mei^ no ma mbei£ 
f fig fOffiip an par) pin. 5^na5 aipe pin ruccaDh an xmor 
papccBdilpi mp, acup p6p aj;d poillpiuga* 50 patkicap q[ii 
p£iT) pen6ip ma €e§, no nafi Dena^b pao€ap ap bit a£c 05 
pdroh ppalm acup epnaigfie: — 

1 Ltfe o/Berach. See the Sapplementom Vito S. Berachi, capp. 8-5| In Cdgan, Acta 
Sauctor., p. 344. (R.) 

august 19.] calendar of the saints of ireland. 223 


Ernan, of T6rach, of the race of Eoghan, son of NiaU. 



Ernin, Le., Mem6g, of Eath-Noi, in Ui-Garchon, Le., in Fotharta 
of Leinster ; and of Cill-draighneeh, in Ui-Dr6na. 

Daigh, son of Cairell, Bishop, of Inis-caoin-Degha, in Conaille- 
Muirtheimhne. The year of our Lord when he resigned his 
spirit, was 586. He was of the race of Eoghan, son of Niall ; and 
Deidi, daughter of Trian, son of Dubhthach Hui Lnghair, was 
his mother. He was a celebrated artificer. It was he that made 
one himdred and fifty bells, one hmidred croziers^ and who made 
cases or covers for sixty gospels (ie., books containing the works 
of the four Evangelists), as this quatrain proves : — 

" Thrice fifty bolls^ victorious doed, 

With one hundred strong ringed crozicrs, 
With sixty perfect gospels, 
By the hand of Daigh alone." 

Berach, of Cluain Coirpthi, was his disciple. Life of Berach,* 
chap. 7. 
Ck)LMAN, of C6il. 



19. g. quarto decimo kal. septembris. 19. 

MoCHTA, Bishop, of Lughmhagh. Three hundred years was his age, 
when he went to heaven, A.D. 634. And he never uttered a 
word of lie, or of ignorance, nor did he eat one morsel of fat, or 
that on which there was the moisture of fat, during that time. 
For which reason this accoimt was given of him, and to show 
that there were three score seniors in his house,^ or who did not 
perform any labour, except repeating psalms and prayers : — 

*Tn hu house. That is, who abode continually within the conventual precincts, as 
contradistingnuihed from those who were engaged in manual labour in tlie fields. (R.) 

224 pelme ucc wccomli wetiewMcccTi. [august 20. 

Piacail THochca pa tnairh bef , 

"Cyii c6d blicroaiTi btian cm cif , 

5cm 5tit Tiioni|itiit feice fuaf , 

5cm mi|i TiioTiThtii|i feice fif . 
Tfii fichic fenoi|i pfalmac, 

CC teglach inogh'Da fiemeTiT), 

5cm afi, ^an btiain 5cm cioficro, 

5cm piionifwrb a6c mcco l^ijeriT). 
pe|i qfil ficir, pefi cp,! c6d, 

CCfvca puiTi Qf feiTi an •o^c, 

Ml mo cin ogan fogait, 

1 pairhfiche on feinpiacail. p. 

CCDeifi Cuimin CoinDeiiie ifin Dan Ddfiab rfif, * Cayiaif 
pdqfvaicc puijiT; TTlacha/ gujiab c6t) blicrbcnn vo 6i THochixi 
gan sfieim do annlann no x)o ni ni6i€ do i€g. CC5 fo majv 
ODeiix: — 

Cafiaif mo THochca CtijThaig, 
Tj\\j6 iveacc actif Vfi6 fiiagail, 
5cm mf|\ nannlainn ma 6ofip 
Ma bocc f|ii fi6 c6d mbtiobain. 

T)o Caijinsiji an TTlo&ja fO Colaim cille, attiail oca 1 mbetoi'B 
Coluim cille, cap. 17^, 200 blicrbam pia na gem. 
6NCCM, T)poninia pairhe, 1 niaprop TTliDhe. T)o fliofx: 6a&5ac 
Pnn puoch oipr, tSpuil bpi§iD DOforh. 

20. OC. 'ceu'cio 'oecimo cccl. sep'ceTnbHis. 20. 

Lcc^SCCR, 65h, 6 Chill CCpcalsach pop bpu Locha iSbenn, ipin 

in 1*56, DO pliofi; taegaipe, mic Nell. 
vnoznenocc, mac CCengupa, ab Rupccoish. 
Coiwctiewo, 6 Caol achaDh. 

^ The Ueih o/Mochta, Colgan has quoted this poem, omitUng the last quatrain, bat 
inserting the following between the first and second : — 

Hip bo "Dodca muinncep TTlo^ca, 

T>p,1 t&o pagapc, ttvn t&o neppoc, 
TYlontle ppip. 


** The teeth of Mochta,' of good habits, 

Three hundred years, durable the rigour, 
Without a word of error escaping from them. 
Without a bit of fat passing down them. 

** Three score psahn-singing seniors 

Were his household, royal the enumeration, 
Without tillage, reaping, or kiln-drying, 
Without work, except reading. 

** A man of three score, a man of three hundred. 
Blessed bo God ! how old the set of teeth I 
Not more has the youth under valour. 
How lasting the ancient tooth." F.> 

Cuimin, of Coindeii*e, states, in the poem which begins, "Patrick, 
of the fort of Macha, loves," that Mochta was one hundred years 
without eating a bit of rich food, or fat of any kind. Thus he 
says : — 

" My Mochta, of Lughmhagh, loves, 
By law and by rule. 
That no rich food should enter his body 
For a period of an hundred years." 

Tliis Mochta^ prophesied of Colum Cille (as stated in the Life of 
Colum Cille, chap. 1) two hundred years before his birth. 
BInan, of Druim-raithe, in Westmeath. He was of the race of 
Eockaidh Finnfuathairt, from whom Brighit descends. 


Lassar, Virgin, of Cill Arcalgach, on the brink of Loch Lebenn, in 

Meatb, of the race of Laeghaire, son of Niall. 
MoTRENOG, son of Aenghus, Abbot, of R6sgach. 
CoiNCHENN, of Cael-achadh. 

**Not poor was the family of Mochta, of Lughmadh's fort! Three hundred priests, and 
^ hundred bishops were with him there." ActU SS.^ p. 734. (T.) 

*/*. The letter F. here indicates that the poem is completed. It is the initial letter of 
its first word, which, according to custom, is repeated at the close, as a mark of comple- 
Wim. (T.) 

* ^fockta. Sec note *, at p. 153 auiprn. (R.) 


226 peliHe wa wccomTi weuewwacTi. [august 25. 

21. b. 'otio'oeciTno cat. 8epT:;embHi8. 21. 

Sewcccti, epfcop, 6 Cluain poT)a pne, i pefiaiB xnilach, .i. Cltiain 

pyoa Lbjien, acup corhafiba pnn6in 6. 
CccoLbcrotl, 6 Chill Caolbcroh alia T:uai'5 vo Chenannap. 
mcasse, 65h. 


22. C. tiM'oecimo cccl. sept^embtiis. 22. 

beoStiMCC, abb bennchui|i lafi cCorhgall. CCoif Chjiifc an ran 

paiDh a fpijiac T)ochuni ninihe 605. 
Smctie, ingen CCnnti'Ba, 6 Chfiil benncuift 


meic ^ocastitie. 

23. *0. 'oecimo cccl. seprjembtiis. 23. 

eostlcCM, epfcop 6 CCjiT) nfiarha, a cCen6l TTloain i ntlllTX)i15. 

T)o fliocr; LaoJai|iG Ltupc, mic Ugaine moip, o Bpuilix; Lai^- 

nij T)6. 
SeaclTC wepscoip, 6 OColmaigh, .i. i n'Oomnach ni6p. 

24. e. wowo caL aepT^embnis. 24. 

HO'OCCM, eappoob. 



25. p. ocxxruo cal. sepcembnis. 25. 

SioUccM, eppcop acup abb TTlaige bile. CCoip Cpipc an rpofi 

•DO chuai'B Docum nittie 618. 
nriicTiew, 6 Chill TTlichen, i nCCch cliach. 
bnoccccw, 1oniT)ain. 

1 Dttiffkre. The more recent hand has written in the margin, in Irish characterSi '* Vide 
an idem qui 14 hnjos." " Conader if they are the oame who are mentioned on the 14th 
of this month." (T.) 



Senach, Bishop, of Cluain-fhoda Fine, in Fir-tnlach, Le., Clnain- 

f hoda Librdin, and he was successor of Finnan. 
Caelbadh, of Cill-Caelbaidh, on the north side of Ceanannua 
Maisse, Virgin. 




Beoghna, Abbot of Bennchor after ComhgalL The age of Christ, 

when he resigned his spirit to heaven, was 605. 
SiNCHE, daughter of Annudh, of C6il-bennchmr. 
The Sons of Daighre.' 

23. d. decimo kal. septembris. 23. 

EoGHAN, Bishop, of Ard-sratha, in Cinel Moain, in Ulster. He 
was of the race of Laeghaire Lore; son of Ugaine M6r, from 
whom the Leinstermen descend. 

The Seven Bishops, of Aehnhagh, ie., at Domhnach-m6r. 


RoDAN, Bishop. 



25. F. octavo KAL. SEPTEMBRia 25. 

SiOLLAN, Bishop and Abbot, of Magh-bile. The age of Christ, 

when he went to heaven, was 618. 
MiCHEN, of Cill-Michen, in Ath-cliath. 
Brogan, of lomdan.^ 

^Oflomdedn. So says the gloss in Mar. O^Gorman; the M. Taml. calls him '*Broc- 
canus i Maighin ;" i.e., Broccan in Maighin. (T.) 


228 peLme >icc wccomti MeReMMCccli. [august 30. 

26. 'g. 8ept:inio cccl. «ept:embRi8. 26. 

Comtisall, Ua 8atidiii. 

pccoLccM, CLuana tTloe|x;na, a 15pe[iai15 culac ^Y^r\ TTli^e. 

CCmeiT), faccafix:. 

27. CC. sexco cccl. sep-cembTiia 27. 

USCCllle, epfcop, mac Ua bhaipT), 6 Chill U]»aille altai^niB. 
CCe'Ollcai. CCca CCo^dn, mac Lu^aip, do vl-iocc Goca-oa pun 

Puoch aipu, mic pei^limi'5 Ueacrmaifi, mic Tuorail 'Ceatx- 

maifi 6 tJpuil bfii^x:. 

28. b. cftinito cccL ^eprembuia 28. 

pei'oliliTni'oTl, mac C|iemT:haiTiii, ^ii mufnan. T)o fliocx: CCon- 
§a|Hi, mic 'MaT>i:|iaoic, mic Ciiific, mic Lin§'&ec T)6, aciif a 'De]xa]i 
50 fiaiBe iia angcaifie pa-beoi^, lafi mbei€ feacu mblia-bnu 
tpii pi^e. 

29. C. quocKZO cal. «epT:eTnbHi8. 29. 

UlWOiC, 'Cuighnerha. 
[Waoi cceoT) maifinp.] 

30. T). 1:6111:10 cat ^eprembms. 30. 

tnucroccti, epixjop, 6 CCijieccal tnuoDdiii. 

pccctlRCCiSll, 'OiipelSach, acuf do beiiDaigh pof if m Ppanic 

Cromcoi, Cltiana an Dobaip. 

pen "occ ctimocTi. 

LoccRW, faccapc, 6 OCchaDh mop. 

1 Tuiffhnefha: i.e., Tynan, Co. Armagh. (0*D.) 

• Martgr*. This addition is in the more recent hand : 900 mart.A-w are comnieniorateil 
on this day in the Felire of Aengus and in Mar. O'Gomuin. (T.) 



CoMHGALL, Ua Sirain. 

Faelan, of Cluain Moescna, in Fir-Tulach, in Meath. 

AiREiD, Priest 


UsAiLLE, son of Ua Baird, Bishop, of Cill-Usaille, in Leinster. 

Aedhan. There is an Aedhan, son of Lughar, of the race of 
Eochaidh Finnfuathart, son of Feidhlimidh Reachtmar, son of 
Tuathal Teachtmai*, from whom Brighit descends. 


Feidhlimidh, son of Cremthann, king of Mimster. He was of 
the race of Aenghus, son of Nadfraech, son of Lughaidh, and it 
is said that he was finally an anchorite, after having been seven 
years a king. 


XTiNDlc, of Tuighnetha.* 



MuADAN, Bishop, of Airegal Muadain. 

FiACHRACH, an Eremite, and he blessed' also in Fiunce. 

Cronan, of Cluain-an-dobhair. 


LoARN, Priest, of Achadh-m6r. 

^Blessed: i.e., exercised his episcojval office; or perhaps con8cerat4Ml a church. (T.) 
See the dame form of expression unilcr Dalbadi, at October 23. (K.) 

230 pelme ncc nccomh ueneuuccch. [august 31. 

31. G. pRi^Die cat. sept^embTiis. 31. 

CCe'DtlCCM, mac tugaifi. "Do flioct: Gac-Sac pnn pucrc naific o 
Bpuil bin^iu 'o6. epfcop 6 Inif Cccraish, acuf 6 Inif TTle^- 
coiu 1 Tiiati€afi 6tiaiix;efiT: 8axan mbecc, acuf v^a oilir|ie vo 
£oi^ CCe^dn co hlnif TT1gt)coit:. [Obnu anno 651, ex beT)a]. 

•OeocTicnw CCe'oti, 6 Chfiil mdme. T3o fliocc Cholla Uair, 
difi'oiii Gfienn t)6. 

CilLew, epfcop. 

8e«8eM, CCcha omna. 

1 He dkd. This clause is in the more recent hand, and in Irish characters. (T.) 



SAN, son of Lughar. He was of the race of Eochaidh Finn 
lath-nairt, from whom Brighit descends. He was a bishop at 
is Cathaigh, and at Inis Medhcoit, in the north-west of Little 
xonland ; and it was on a pilgrimage that Aedlian went to 
is Medcoit. [He died* in the year 651, according to Bede.^] 
JON Aedh, of CAil-Maine, He was of the race of CoUa Uais, 
•narch of Erin. 
£N, Bishop. 
\n, of Ath-omna. 

;. See Bede, Hist. iii. 14, 17, v. 24. The Annals of UlRter, which are one year in 
«corcl, at 650, the Quies Aedam Ejntcopi Saxonum, (R.) 

232 pelme ncc ticconih NeHeNNacTi. [sept. 3. 

1. CL cccLewT)i8 seprembRia i. 

WemccM, epfcop 6 Chill bia. 
CtummeiM, mac Cuanach. 
SceccllcrM, lobayi, 6 CCfiD ITlacha. 
pccilbtie, mac Hoiiain, 6 Cluain aipbealai^h. 

TTleic CcnmeiMe. 

2. 'g. (fUccRTX) MOMccs 8epT:eTnbRi«. 2. 

8eccwcai, tai^fiish bfiiuiti i tillit5 paolani. T)o fliocr eocha-oha, 
mic Tnuii\eT)ha, ara do fiol Oifiemoin t)6. [T^eDi, in^en 
'Cfieatia, mac T)uBT:hai]5h, a mdraift] 

5eiNT:eM, faccapT:, 6 "Chiii ^huaifie. 

Colli m, mac blaan. 

euau, mac Ua mo^o. 

THcciMe. CCto TTlaiTie, mac 8inill, ayi fliocr ChonDfii, mic Vefi- 
^afa, mic Ro^^a 'RuaiD, mic RuDpai^e. CCra \:oy ITIaiTie 
eafpucc a|i fliochc Oiliolla, mic Oach-bach fnuigme'Doin vo 
fiol 6i|ieitioiTi. 

8. CC T:eRT:io momccs «eprembRi8. 3. 

TnccccMei^Bl, epfcop ConDoipe. Cnef, in^en Chomcai'Si, do 
T)hal CeT;hifiTi, a mdraifu G^enjaf a ceD ainm. Caemati bpec 
ainm oile do. CCoif Cpifc an ran |io -pal's a fpipac Docum 
nimhe 614. 

.ColTTKXtl, Cluana [T)fioma] peyira TTlugaine i nUiB pail^e. 

1 Mother, The clause within brackets is in the more recent hand. (T.) 
* Was 614. St Mac Nissi, the founder of Connor, died, according to the Annals of 
Ulster and of the Four Masters, in 513. But there is another St Caemhan Breac, of Ros- 
each, commemorated at the 14th of this month, who died, according to the Four Masters, 
in 614, and whose obituary date has been erroneously transferred in the present instance 
to the earlier saint. A similar mibtake was committed by Ward, who confounds the 




Bishop, of Cill-Bia. 

•f , son of Guana. 

N, the Leper, of Ard-Macha. 

:, son of Konan, of Cluain Airbealaigh. 

fs OF Caimene. 


of Laithrech-Briuin, in Ui-Faelain. He was of the race 
chaidh, son of Muireadh, who is of the seed of Heremon. 
i, daughter of Trian, son of Dubhthach, was his mother.'] 
J, Priest, of Tir-Guaire. 
son of Blaan. 
lac Ua Mago. 

Tliere is a M^fe, son of Sinell, of the race of Connri, 
■ Fergus, son of Ross Ruadh, son of Rudhraighe. There 
3 a Main^, bishop, of the race of Oilioll, son of Eochaidh 
imedhoin, of the seed of Heremon. 


issi. Bishop of Coindeire. Ones, daughter of Comhcaidhi, 
3 Dal Ceithim, was his mother. Aenghus was his first 
Caemh^ Breac was another name for him. The age 
rist, when he yielded his spirit to heaven, was 61 4.^ 
, of Cluain [or Druim^] Ferta Mughaine, in Ui-Failghe. 

!<nmorwitb Caemhan of Eanach-tniim, coromemorated at the 3rd of November, 
his death at 014. (Acta SS. Sept torn. iii. p. G62 b.) And again the Four 
ve confounded the two so far that they a&sign St Macnissi's festival tu the 3rd 
er. An. 613, vol. i. p. 108, ed- O'Donovan. For 014 al)ove read 514. (R.) 

The word Drama is written as a gloss over Cluain^ meaning that we should 
fcrt, not Clonfert, here. (T.) 

234j pelme ncc Mccomti wetiewMcccti. [sept. 4. 

ioMSCCRCrotl, 6 8hlia15 maitise, no 6 TTltiish 'Cucrchoc 

Lon^aiwrB coifpin'o i rxuaificeyii; On^ai^e 6 T)ife|iT: S«fur5, i 
TTlai^ saxiGcb i nUiB paificeallai^, acuf o Chill ^aBfia i 8lei6 
TTlaiii^e. IfG'B a Defiati ^Ufi T;uiT:eTxa|i no^a liuBaji Gfienn, 
acuf a foifccela, acuf a leaBaiii po^lama va Tiai'&lennaiB an 
oi-Bce 6cca Luin^aficrB, arhail 'oo uuicqpiDif nac nucpcrb 50 
b|ia€ neach maji LongaiicrB. CCf vo fin a 'oubticrft: — 

CCcbcft Lon, [dcbac Lon,] 

5ap^ V'^ 5«b 'Don, 

If 'Die leiginn acuf fgol, 

Innfi Oyienn 'Daf a hof . 

CC'oeif fGinleaUaf fo aofoa menrif aim, artiail a "ouBf o'b a^ 
bfi^ic, 1** peb., acuf a^ pdqfuxicc 17 TTldfT;a, 50 faiBe Lon- 
5afur5 cofThail a mbfifailS acuf a mbei^hai-b fe hOCusufcin 
TK) bi |\o egnai'b. 

4. b. pRi'Die MOMa« sepx^embRia 4. 

XiVcccn [eapfcop] o CCfo bfiecain. T)o fiol Ifieil, mic Conaill 
Chef naig "oo. ba vo BefaiB Ulcdin jach lenaB af nd bio's 
leafUccoD 1 nSfinn 6 pein tki mbicrchcrB lena IdrhaiB fein, 
^ufbo mime caoga no qfxi cao^aic in aoinfeft: aige, gefbo 
•DO'Bain^ 'd6. Clxocx-ix. a aoif an ran vo 'Deachai'b vo cum 
nimhe, CC^ T>\ 656. 

CCDeif fof Cuimin Coin'Deife 50 mbiofe cafcaif cloice n6 
maiDG fo na CaoB, acuf 50 n'Deine'B fo€f acca'o 1 n-uifge f uaf 
If in gaoiC fo cf Mai's. CC5 fo maf ooeif : — 

Caf aif tlllran a lenba, 
Oaf calf im a taobb can a, 
If fotf acco* tiifge fuaif , 
Ifin n5aoit 6f aait fo daf a. 

1 Lon-fforadh, A space is left after his name in the MS. to insert afterwards ^* priest*' 
or ** bishop,** the author being uncertain of his dignity. His name was Lon or Loman ; 
he was sumamed Garadh, from Disert-Garadh, in the Queen's Coimty, where he probably 
had a cell. It m possible that he may be the same as Lonn, of Gill Gabhra, 24 June, 
svpra. See Obits and Martyrol. of Christ Church, p. Ixxii. (T.) 

« Coisjim: i.e., of the white foot. (CD.) 


)N-OARADH,^ of Sliabh Mairge, or of Magh Tuathat. 

Lon-garadh Coisfinn,' of Disert Qaradh, in the north of Os- 
raighe. La, of Magh-Garadh in XJi-Fairchellaigh, and of CSll- 
Qabhra^ in Sliabh Mairge. It is said that the book-satchels of 
EIrinn, and the gospels, and the lesson-books of the students, 
Tell from their racks on the night of Lon-garadh's death, so that 
Qo person should ever understand them as Lon-garadh used to 
understand them. It was of this was said : — 

" Lon died, [Lon died,] 
Garad was unfortunate; 
He is a loss to learmng and schools. 
Of £rinn's isle to its extremities." 

A very ancient old-velliun-book, which we have mentioned 
under Brighit, at Ist Febr., and imder Patrick, 17th March, 
states, that Lon-garadh, in his habits and life, was like to Au- 
gustin. who was veiy wise. 


LTAN, [Bishop'] of Ard-Brec&in. He was of the race of Irial, 
son of ConaJl Ceamach. One of the habits of Ultan was to 
feed, with his own hands, every child who had no support in 
Erinn, so that he often had fifty and thrice fifty with him 
together, though it was difficult for him to feed thera. One 
hundred and eighty-nine was his age* when he went to heaven, 
AD. 656.* 

Cuimin, of Coindeire, also says that he had a prison of stone, 
or boards against his side, and that he used to bathe in cold 
water in a sharp wind Thushesays:- 

'^ nUtiin loves bis children ; 
A prison for bis lean side, 
And a bath in cold water 
In the sharp wind he loved." 

^Bishop. The word eap|xx>p, bishop, u inserted by the more recent hand, and the 
rds ** Episcopus Midensis** written in the margin. Obits of Chr. Ch., Introd., p. IxxiL (T.) 
^ffis ngc One hundred and eighty, according to the Four Masters, An. 656. (R.) 
^A.D. 656. The more recent hand has added in the margin '*467 natus." (T.) 

236 pelme ncc Nccomti NeReNnacti. [sept. 6. 

Ife vo €ion6il pe|iT:a bfii^De 50 haoin loncrb, acuf rug do 
Ohfioccdn Claon Dia Deifcipul, acuf vo airin ve a ccuma an 
•odn, gufiab eifein do fii^ne *Wi cai|i Opi^ix: bucroac/ aitiail 
oca ifiii Leabaji lomann. 
CuimmeiN, abb T)tioTna fneacTxi. 

SCCRblle, 6 pochdijiT). 

Comsccll, mac Oach'&ach, 6 boiT;h conaif [a ti^teann T)aoile 
a Tiltiif Bo^hain]. T)o fhocz Bo^ain, mic Weill do. 

CCe'Dticcn CCmloMN. 

UesSy OpnaiDhe. 


5. C. nouys sepzembnys. 5. 

bftlCiN, o 'Chuam Dpeacaiti, 1 mbiieiipne ConnacT:, aci; 

If 1 mbpeipne 1 Ra^allai^ ard, aciif do fliocu 'CaiD^, mic 
C6in, mic Oiliolla Oluim do. 

eolCCNS, 6 CCchcroh bo Caintii^h 1 tiOfpaigiB, acuf 

DO fliocc Conaifie, mic irio-ba Lariia, difiDpi Bfienn d6, do 
fieifi na Duaine, ' Waoiitifencaf tiaorh 1nfi paiL* 

iM'oeccctiT:, Deochain. 


pccit:llLeN'D. 5^ma^ 6 fo pairhlenn Deocaiti, mac CCo^a T)am- 
ain Don tUtiTiiain, do fliocr Cuific, mic Lui^'&eac, mic Oiliolla 
piainn bicc, mic pachac TTluilleuhain, mic eoghain moifi, 
mic Oiliolla Oluim. 

6. T). occccuo )vus ^ep'rembRis. 6. 

TTlac.CuillM'D, epfcop tufca. CuinDigli a cod ainm. CCoif 
Cyiifc an vi[iab \to paiDh a fpiiiar; Dochiim nimhe 497. T)o 

- 1 Inis Eogham. The clause within brackets is added by the second band. (T.) 
* Bricin. A space is left here, the compiler of this Calendar having been uncertain 
whether Bricin should be call^l bishop, or priest (T.) 


It was he that collected the miracles of Brighit into one 
book, and gave them to Brogan Claen, his disciple, and com- 
manded him to turn them into verse, so that it was the latter 
that composed " The victorious Brighit loved not," as it is found 
in the Book of Hymna 

CUDiEiN, Abbot, of Druim Sneachta. 

UIBILE, of Fochard. 

>MHGALL, son of Eochaidh, of Both-Conais [in Gleann-Daoile, 

in Inis Eoghain*]. He was of the race of Eoghan, son of Niall. 

EDHAN Amlonn. 

ESS, of Emaidh. 



^ICIN,' of Tuaim Dreacain, in Breifne of Connacht ; 

lut it is in Breifne Ui-Raghallaigh^ it is ; and he was of the 

3»ee of Tadhg, son of Cian, son of Oilill Olum. 
Olanq,* of Achadh-bo-Cainnigh in Osraighe, and he 

is of the race of Conaire, son of Moghlamha, monarch of Erin, 

according to the poem heginniiig "The saint-history of the 

saints of Inis-F^." 
n)EACHT, Deacon. 


/UTHLENN. This may be Faithlenn, Deacon, son of Aedh Damh- 
ain, of Munster, of the race of Core, son of Lughaidh, son of 
Oilill Flannbeg, son of Fiacha Muilleathan, son of Eoghan M6r, 
son of Oilill Olum. 


AC CuiLiNN, Bishop, of Lusc. Cuinnigh was his first name. 
The age of Christ, when he sent his spirit to heaven, 497. He 

' Ui'Raghallaiffhj or East Breifne, as distinguished from brvetpne Ui Ttuaific, or West 

eiftie. (R.) 

* Eolang. A space left liere as Ijefore, (T.) 

SS8 /vFetme ncc Maotnti wenet^wacli. [sept. 8. 

f lio£c 'Cai'55, mic Cein, mic Oiliolla Oluim t)6. CDoeifi be€a 
Ciaiunn Cluana^ cap. 44, guiiabe TTlac Cuilinn acuf OBjidTi, 6 
Let:|iechaiB vo innif "do Cicqfidn d fxio^al tk) cirh'oiBe. 

SClCCCtl, dgh, 6 pofic ^ceiuhe, i TllufCfiaigi zi[i\ Tnaighe i 
Tnumhoin. "Oo fiol Concnfie, di|iT)fii Ofienn, oca vo fiot 
eifiertiom "oi. ei€ne, in^en Conciun^, a maza\\u 

Cottlim, Roif glan'oa, .i. 5^an amm nopficrc boi ann |iia 
bpducfvaicc, acuf T)0Thnach m6|i TTlai^he lomcloifi a amm 
aniu 6 "DO Beannai^ pdqruncc ann, a "Cifi Oogain ocdfi-Be. 
CCcuf vo fliocc Laogaifie mic NeiU 'oon Coluim fo. 

ColTncCM, mac Gachach. 5^ma* 6 fo Colman CiLle cleicig, mic 
Oach'bac, crcd vo fiol CCongufa, mic Wcroppaoic, fii tnuthon 
acuf Caifil, arhail a 'oubjiamafi fioifhe. 

IW5T16H tntiecccTicciH. 

7. &. sepomo i-otis sep-cembRis. 7. 

«iolLccM, epfcop. 

'CoiT, Infi Tx)iT:e pofi Loch bee, 1 nlliB 'Cuifiqfie. 

hetcaa, Infi Locha Cii6. 



8. p. seAxo TOtia seprembTiis. 8. 

powMTxnw, CCfi'oa caoin. 

peR^tius, Cfiuiuhneach. 

CHtlimt:tieH ccccticc, mac CCengufa, 6 Cluain eoiTpaiTi. 

1 Odhran. See under this name at the 2nd of October. The text reads here j^ufvabe ; 
the more grammatical Irish would be gUTUxb iotk (T.) 

* Said hrfore. Under Mac Tail, at June 11, p. 166 mpra. The Saints* Genealogies 
give Mac Tail of Gill Guilinn, and Golman of Gill-clethi, two sons uf Eochaidh, son of 


"Was of the race of Tadhg, son of Cian, son of Oilill Olnm. The 
life of Ciar&n, of Cluain, states, chap. 44, that it was Mac 
Cuilinn, and Odhr&n' of Lettrech, who told Ciaran that his life 
would be cut short 

kJlATH, Virgin, of Fert-Sofithe, in Muscraighe of the Three Plains, 
inMunster. She is of the race of Conaire, monarch of Erinn, 
who was of the seed of Heremon. Eithne, daughter of Con- 
craidh, was her mother. 

^lUM, of Ros Glanda: ie., Glan is the name of a well which was 
tiiere before Patrick ; and Domhnach-m6r Maighe-Imchlair is 
its name at this day, since Patrick blessed it. In Tir-Eoghain 
it is situated And this Colmn is of the race of Laeghaii*e, son 

^UciN, son of Eochaidh. This may be Colman of Cill Cleitigh, 
son of Eochaidh, who is of the seed of Aenghus, son of Nad- 
firaech, king of Mimster and of Caisel, as we have said before.' 


HE Daughter of Meachar. 


iollXn, Bishop. 

orr, of Inis-T6ite, in Loch Bee, in Ui-Tuirtre. 

[elair, of Inis Locha-Cre. 



TiONNTAlN, of Ard-caoin. 

rERGHUS, Ouithneach.' 

Jruimtuer Catha, son of Aenghus, of Cluain Eossain. 

Dirgan, son of Colnmba, son of Cronan, son of Aengus, son of Nadfraech. Book of 
Lecan, foL 43 6. e. (R.) 
» Crtdthneaeh : Le., the Pict. (O'D.) 

240 peLme ncc MccomTi MeuetiMacti. [sept. 9. 

TTlaolcoiSMe. CC'Deiji Catn CC-oamnam B^fib 'ooii\a hiipyicroailS 
puaifi CC'oaTtitian mna do faoficrb 6 ^ac bfioiT), acuf o ^ac 
•oaoiiife Da fiaiBe ofifia TTlaolcoifne. €Cza TYlaolcoiime 15 
OcT;obe|i, aciif TTlaolcoifne, 6 Rof btiannaiB, 28 T)ecembeti, 
acuf Til cui^eyi cm dioB va laUyiann an Cham. 

meic 'Ctialcnucc. 

9. '5- CftiiMt:o iT)U8 8epT:eTnbTii8. 9. 

ClCCRCCW, mac an cfaoifi, abb Cluana mic Woif. beoai-B ainm 
an uyxioifi a acafu T)a|ie|ica, ingen Bapcain, mic buacalla, 
mic S^-^^r* P^® "^0 Cia|i|iai^e 1|iluach|ia a thdrai|i. T)o flioci; 
Chuific, mic pGfi^ajxx, mic Rofa, mic Ru^fiai^e do. bai imo|ipo 
Ciajfian in ayiaile la in Ifeal Ciafidin a^ cufi fil, acuf x^dinic 
DUine bochi; Dia fai§iDh do chum^iDh almfaine pai|u T)o 
beifi Ciajidn mdm Don ^fidn ma ucz, acuf |io ix)aDh m ofi po 
cet:c6ift "Do chuiji an |ii an T:an pin, .i. CCengup, mac Cfiiom- 
camn, Da each aciif ca^ipar; 50 Ciapdn, acup rucc Ciapdn na 
heich Don bocht; ap an dp, acup po poa^ in top in^pan 
pocet:coip, acup po piolaD an ^opx: do lapaiti, cond pait5e ipm 
cpich uile dpBap pob pepp in dp. T^pi bliaDna x^piochar: ba 
pldn DO an ran po pai-b a ppipar Docum nime, CC? T)\ 548. 

8amailrep Ciapan ppi Cpipc amlai-b pm 6ip ap rpi blia-fina 
qfiiochar ba haoip do Cpiopc amail ba heaD do Ciapdm. 
beoai-b paop ba hamm DccCaip Ciapdm, amail ap lopeph paop 
ba hamm do cele TTltiipe dp ^eine'B Cpiopcc do pi§ne nerti, 
acup ralarh acup ^ac a Bpuil eroppa. 

CCDeip Cuimm ComDeipe ipm Ddn Ddpab rop, * Capaip 
Pacpaicc puipr tHacha,' 7c., nap pech Ciapdn ap mnaoi 
d DO gemea^ d, acup na£ DuBaipc bpdg. CC^po map 
croeip: — 

^ His age. Tighemach says, in the 31st ; the An. Ult, in the 34th year. According to 
his Life, he died in his 30th year. (R.) 

s A,D. 548. This is the date both in the Annals of Ulster and the Four Masters. Ttie 
true year is 549. (R.) 


Maelcoisne. The Law of Adamnan states, that Maelcoisne was 
one of the sureties whom Adamnan found to free the women 
from every slavery and bondage that was on them. There is a 
Maelcoisne at 15th October, and a Maelcoisne of Ros-Brannaibh, 
at 28th December, and it is not known which of them the Law 
speaks of 

The Sons of Talaro. 

9. g. quinto idus septembris. 9. 

CiARAN, son of the Carpenter, Abbot of Cluain-mic-Nois. Beoaidh 
was the name of the carpenter, his father. Darerca, daughter 
of Earcan, son of Buachall, son of Glas, the poet of the Ciar- 
raighe, of Irluachair, was his mother. He was of the race of 
Core, son of Fergus, son of Ross, son of Rudhraighe. On a cer- 
tain day, as Ciaran was sowing seed at Iseal-Chiar^, a poor 
man came to him to ask alms of him. Ciaran threw a handful 
of the grain into his breast, and it was turned into gold imme- 
diately. At this time the king, i.e., Aenghus, son of Crimthann, 
sent two horses and a chariot to Ciaran, and Ciaran gave the 
horses to the poor man for the gold, and the gold was turned 
into grain immediately, and the field was sown with it after- 
wards, so that there was not in the whole territory com better 
than it. Thirty-three yeai-s was his age* when he yielded his 
spirit to heaven, A.D. 548.^ 

Ciaran is in this regard compared unto Christ, for Christ was 
thirty-three years of age at his deaths as was Ciaran. Beoaidh, 
the Ciirpenter, was the name of the father of Ciaran, an Joseph, 
the CaqDenter, was the name of the husband of Mary,' of whom 
was bom Christ, who made heaven and earth and all that is 
between them. 

Cuimin, of Coindeire, states, in the poem which begins, 
" Patrick of the fort of Macha loves," &c., that Ciaran never 
looked upon a woman from the time he was bom, and never told 
a lie. Thus he says : — 

^Husband of Mary, C6le Tlluitie. The word c6te is interpreted by Zeuss marifus^ 
s(H'ius, Graniin. Celt. pp. 22, 23, 245, 371; c6te ingiTie, genery tfc. p. 371. The primary 


242 pelme net naomh neneunaoh. [sept. to. 

Ccqfiaif Ciajian cai-o Clucma, 
UitialdiT) Tiafi 7)1011 "oef^ail, 
Wi ebaific bfiiocafi bu'6 gaoi, 
Wffi fill ap, niTia6i 6 |io genaiii. 

CCfG Ciafian "oo fii^ne an 1001*5 oifi'OGnic pili'5ecra T)a|iab 
rfif , * CCn fiiTn a fii an iiicit) fiain/ ex^c CC5 ia|i|iai'& ruille* 
fao^ail afiT)ia lonnaf 50 n'oionj^na'D nifa in6 vo fao^afi acuf 
•DO feijiBif T)o. CCf a^Bal a pefit^a acuf a n)io|it5<iile, artiail 
af poLlof ma Beuhai^. T)o bdixaii cerfuxfi T)efiB|ia€a|i, acuf 
rfii<i|i 'oeifi15fe€a|i naorhra oige, .1. Cfionan T)eocain, T)onnan 
•oeocain, Luacall facap-u, acuf O'ohfidn facayii;. Lumber, 
para, acuf flai€Beo an cpiufi fe^afu CC-oeiji feinleal5a|i |io 
aofDa memfiaim 50 fioiBe Ciafian Cluana, cofmail a mbefaib, 
acuf a mbex^hai^ fie hloannif apfDoU 
maoLcnt:ti5eiM, eppcop, tnai^he bile. 


pOMMbticnn, .1. bpoDna, Cilli cun^a. 

pcclccM peuTXCcti. 

Tnoctlt^cc, mac T)ep5din. 

COMCCll, mac CCen^upa. 

pea "oa cuiocTi. 



10. CC (ytia:RT:o I'otis 8epT:embTiia 10. 

pMMeM, eppcop, THai^he bile. T)o pliocu piacach pmn, dip-opi 
epenn, 6n abaipi;ep *Oal bpicrcac, acup aud vo piol Gipemoin T)o. 
«eistliw, mac Ui Chuinn, abb bennchaip. 
Sewacti, mac bui'oi. 


peRS^as, mac S^iaipe. 


meaning is * companion/ and this is what prevaila in sacb compounds as C^le-De, C^lc- 
Christ, C^le-Petair» Cele-cleirech, &c. (R.) 


" The holy Oiaran^ of Cluain^ loves 

Humility, from which he did not rashly swerve ; 
He never uttered a word that was false, 
Nor looked upon woman from his birth." 

It was Ciajran that composed the celebrated poetical lay, 
which begins, " An rim a ri an richid rain," &c., asking of God a 
prolongation of his life, that he might perform more labour and 
service to Him. Great are his signs and his miracles, as is evi- 
dent in his Life. He had four brothers and three holy sisters, 
viz., Cronan the Deacon, Bonnan the Deacon, Luachall the Priest, 
and Odhran the Priest; Lughbet, Pata, and Eaithbeo, were the 
three sisters. A very ancient old-vellum-book states, that 
Ciaran of Cluain was, in his habits and life, like unto John, the 
Kaelaithoein, Bishop, of Magh-bile. 


FiONNBHARR, that is, Brodna, of Cill-Cnnga. 


MocHTA, son of DergAn. 

CoNALL, son of Aenghus. 



The Daughter of Enach. 


10. a. quarto idus septembris. 10. 

FiNNEN, Bishop, of Magh-bile. He is of the race of Fiatach Finn, 
monarch of Erin, from whom the Dal-Fiatach descend, and who 
was of the seed of Heremon. 

Seighin, son of Ua Cuinn, Abbot of Bennchor. 

Senach, son of Buidi. 


Ferghus, son of Guaire. 



1 Ftriadk. That is, * Virtuouis* or * Miraculoiu>.* (R.) 

R 2 

244 pelme mcc Mccomti MeueMMO'cli. [sept. 12. 


11. b. 'ceRTio i-otis 8emt:embRi8. 11. 

Siollcm, 6 Imleach Capfain i cCuail^ne, no 6 Imleach caoni i 
tT3i|i CCo^a, acuf ccrd in Inif Conherxa pop. toch eipne. 

TXXMiel, epfcop bennchaip. 

LocCRUT), epjxjop, o Cill Cunna. T)apGpca, fiup pdrpaicc, a 

Colmccti, epjxjop. 

COMCCmtlCCil, mac pailBe. T)o pliocc CoUa uaip, (iipT)pi Bpenn 


12. C. pHiwe mus aepTembRis. 12. 

T)lotCCi«3i, mac NoDppaoic, abb Daiminfi. T)o fiol Ipeil, mic 
Conaill Cepnaig t)6. TTlonua ainm a mcrcap, T)opeip a berai-o 
pein, cap. 5. Inapaile aimpip po gaB T^ene an ppoinnreach, 
an ran boipium acup a manai§ q5 cortiailc a mbe^ ruapa, 
acup po eipgexxap na manai§ co hopann tm) T^eiche-o apin n§ 
ap bpaicpin an n^he cpe DOi^ip T)Gp5lappac. Ro fx)pcon5aip 
piumh oppa aipipiumh, acup a lei^en ap a n^luiniB, acu]* 
epnaighre vo "benam ; acup do pi§ne pein an ccecna, acup po 
pppaic a IdiTti ua^ pop an T;einiT)h, acup T^opchaip pei^e an ri§e 
ma pi(r5naipi pop lap, acup ni '5epna upCdix) t)6i1S act;ma'5]^n, 
acup po ce^aigh 'oona mancaibh eipge ap a ccpoip p§ill. 

CCDeip Cuimin CoinDGipe ipin Dan Dapab zuyy, 'Capaip 
pdqfiaicc puipr TTIacha,' 50 paiBe gpaD oc^ TDolai]^ bei€ a 
ccapcaip cloice, acup p6p T^ech naoi'5e'5 do beic ai^e po comaip 
gafi aoin D*^pinn. CC5 po map aDeip: — 

Capaip TTlolaipi an loca, 
belt a ccapx:aip cpticcb cloice, 
'Cech naoi-bex) Dpepaib 6p,eann 
5an •Diulccrd ^on caom Doicle. 

^ ffeis: i.e., U buried, or honoured. (T.) 

sept. 12.] calendar of the saints of ireland. 245 




SiOLLAN, of Imleach Cassain, in Cuailgne ; or of Imleach-caoin, in 
Tir Aedha ; and he is* at Inis Coimeda, in Loch Eime. 

Daniel, Bishop, of Bennchor. 

LiOARNN, Bishop, of Cill Chunna. Darerca, sister of Patrick, was 
his mother. 

CoLMAN, Bishop. 


CoNAMHAiL, son of Failbhe. He was of the race of Colla Uais, 
monarch of Erin. 


MOLAISSI, son of Nadfraech, Abbot of Daimhinis. He was of the 
race of Irial, son of Conall Cemach. Monua was the name of 
his mother, according to bis own Life, chap. 5. On a certain 
time, as he and Ids monks were taking their scanty meal, the 
refectory took lire, and the monks rose up suddenly to fly from 
the house, on seeing it in red glowing flamea He requested of 
them to remain, to go on their knees, and to make prayer ; and 
he himself did the same, and he reached forth his hand to the 
fire, and the ridge-pole of the house feU in, and it did them no 
further injury than that; then he permitted the monks to rise 
fix)m their posture of prayer. 

Cuimin, of Coindeire, states, in the poem which begins, ** Pa- 
trick of the fort of Macha loves," that Molaissi loved to be in a 
stone prison, and also to keep a house of hospitality for every 
one in Erin. Thus he says : — 
** Molaisi, of the Lake,' loves 

To be in a prison of hard stone. 

To have a house of guests for the men of Erin, 

Without refusal, without a particle of churlishnoss." 

* Of the Lake. That is Loch Erne, in which his lai&nd of Daimhinis, now DeveniHh, \n 
Mtuate. (R.) 

246 velme ncc Mccomti MeHeMMcccti. [sept. 13. 

CC'oei|i beta Cia|iain Cluana, cap. 47, ^Ufiab T)oiia hocr 
n6|i'oai15 do bi in 6|iinn 6\vo TDolaifi, p'5e'oh T)ob eiDip. ^upab 
•oaon eile T)ona comannaiB laByiaf. 1a|i BpofibaD .xocx. blia-o- 
ain DO cuaiDh Dochuin nimhe, CC® T^\ 563. (X\i an ccui^eaD 
la D^s T)on TTiip p6in coiTneaDTO|i pel, acuf faoifie TDolaife 
agd ^ofifiaifDe, acuf €ea|imann p6in hi mbealac ui TTlicein 
x^ Pfiac|iem TDicen. 
CCllbe, aijiDeafpucc 6 Imleach loBaiyi ifin TTluThain, CC? T)\ 541, 
an T^an fio pai'b a fpi|iac. "Do pliocc Pp-^lacr^a, mic pe]i- 
gafa, mic Uofa, mic Hu^jvai'be oca CCilBe. Sauz ainm a 
rhdiaii. 1f6 do cum i n-Ddn in fiiogail Dajiab T^Uf, *CCbai[i 
Darn [p|ii mac 8a|iain].' 

Cuimin CoinDeifie cecinic : — 

Cafiaif CCllbe aoi'6eT6cai|ve, 
Mocofi be an qxaboi^ bfiegac, 
Moca Txaimcc i ccofip qiiaDb, 
buDh peft^x im biaD nd im 6Dacb. 

maclcciSTie, epfcop acuf abb, CCjiDa nriacha, CC? T)^ 622. 
T)a|ileni a^ e ard a^i fliocc Gogain, mic N^ilL No Roma's 
afi fliocT; Cofibmaic Caif, mic Oiliolla Oluim do beirb. 

Colmccw, epfcob. 

pie'oTl, ojgh, in|en jii| Laigen, 6 T^higb pieiDhe, i nUibh 'S^\i\t- 
6on, a iai^iB. 

13. t). i-oibtis seprembuis. 13. 

TXrsccM, epfcop, 6 Inbbeji "Daoile i nai|iT;he|i iaigen. CCji 
fliocr; LabfiaDa iui|ic, mic U^aine TTloip, 6 bpuliD tai^ni^ 
ocd fomb ; acuf Caoiln§e|in, in^en Caoimloga, DeijiBf uiyi do 
Caoimgin a mdraiji. 

1 The 15th day. Over the word ccuigeorDt is written, a8 a gloss, |^i|^0T>, which makes 
it the 16th day. (T.) 

* Biichen. ** As brother Michen says.** The following note is written here in the more 
recent hand : ** Antiphona communis. Yir Dei dmn verbum vitse popolo pnedicaret, visits 
est a terra paulnlum sublimari, et in aere pendere, et mirati sunt universL Adesto nobis 
qutesumus Domine, ut beati Lasreani confessoris tui atque abbatis interventu ab omni 
inquinatione mundenuir coqtoris et mentis^ per Christum." This is evidently taken from 
some ancient office for St Molaisse, who is also called S. Laserian, or Lasrianus. (T.) 


The Life of Ciaran, of Cluain, states, chap. 47, that the ord^r 
of Molaissi was one of the eight orders that were in Erin ; but 
perhaps it speaks of some other of the same name. After com- 
pleting thirty years he went to heaven, A.D. 563. On the 1 5th 
day* of this same month is celebrated the festival and holiday of 
Molaisse in his own parish, and termon, at Bealach Ui-Michein, 
jiixta firatrem Michen.' 
AiLBHE, Archbishop, of Imleach lobhair, in Mnnster, A.D. 541, 
when he resigned his spirit Ailbhe was of the race of Fert- 
lachtga, son of Fergus, son of Ross, son of Rudhraighe. Sant 
was the name of his mother. It was he that composed in verse 
the rule which begins, " Say for me [to the son of Saran*]." 
Cuimin, of Coindeire, cecinit; — 
" AUbho loved hospitality ; 

He was not a false devotee ; 
There came not into a body of clay, 
One more generous of food or raiment." 

Maclaisre, Bishop and Abbot, of Ard-Macha, A.D. 622. I think 
it is he that is of the race of Eoghan, son of Niall ; or it may 
be he is of the race of Corbmac Cas, son of Oilioll Olum. 

CoLMAN, Bishop. 

Fledh, Virgin, daughter of the king of Leinster, of Tech-Fleidhe, 
in Ui-Qarchon, in Leinster. 


Dagan, Bishop, of Inbher Daoile, in the east of Leinster. He is 
of the race of Labhraidh^ Lore, son of Ugaine Mor, from whom 
the Lagenians are descended; and Caoiltighem, daughter of 
Caomhlogha, sister of Caoimhghin, was his mother. 

^Saran, The words in brackets are added by Mr. Curry as completing the first line of 
the poem. There is a good copy of this poetical Rule in Mr. Cnrry*s copy of the Bmasels 
MS., containing the Feliro of Aengns, &c. The poem is addressed to Eoghan, son of 
Saran, of Cluain Coelain, Co. Tipperary. See above, March 16. (T.) 

* IjcAhraidh. Over thu name is written, as a correction, in the later hand, ioogaiiie. 
Labhraidh's surname was Loingseach, and he was son of Oilioll Aine. (R-) 

248 pell Re Mcc nccomti weneMNcccTi. [sept. 16. 

mccolTrolCCl^Ti, 6 T)riuiTn Wiqt), i nlllroiB. 

NccomtlCCM, mac Ua T)ui15. 

iNSTiewcc Cliolaim, 6 "Chi^h ingen Colaim, i CixemrairoaiB. 


14. G. "oecimo octxjcuo cccl. occobRis. 14. 

CORbmccc, mac Culenndin, yii TTluman, ep|x:op, acuf maijinp. 
CCof CpiofT an can cofichaiji la Lai^nibh 919. [*Oob 6i§ lie 
p.iam ; acuf i niona|i |io ini§ no co'ola'5; pa hiaifimGiyip'b pop, 
acup in uipci t)0 §alS(r5 a pailm 50 mime ^^pmlairh 
umoppo ingen piainn, mic TTlaoilpeclainn, mic "Domnaill a 
Benpi-oe, acup nip cionai'b pia ace aon po^ lap niaipmeip§e; 
acup z\iy cao^aic palm 1 mobpaD iocha 'CapB T)'ai€pi5e. 

Secz mblia-bna na pi§, -do peip Sealbai^ penoip ma mapB- 
nai'5 .1. ^'Cpua^ Caipiol jgan Copmac' CCcup peac an vax\ oile 
•DO pinne Copmac pein .1. '6ipi§ a in^en an Rio§/] 

CCCOmtlCCM bnec, o Hop each, 1 cCaille poUamain 1 T11iT)he. 
T)o pliocT; Conaipe, mic TTlo^a Lama, dipT)pi Bpenn, aca -do 
piol Bipemoin v6. 

15. "p. "DeciTno ^eprimo cccl. ocrobnia 15. 

CClMTTime, Cluana poT)a 
LccsscciR, Cluana moip. 
meic Zocw'S' 
[Coumac, muman.] 

16. 'g. sexco "oeciTno cccL ocrobaia 16. 

TTlccoiMeaMM, eppcop, Cluana Conaipe, 1 ruaijxjepx: Ua paoldin. 
Lcn^new, abb la Colaim cille. Do cenel ^Conuill S^lban, 
mic Neill T)o. 

1 \VasO\9. Thus in the nianiu)cript ; Init ODD is the true year. See Annals of tho 
Four Ma3ters. (K.) 


Maeltolaigh, of Druim Niadh, in Ulster. 

Naemhan, Mac Ua Duibli. 

The Daughters of Colum, of Tech-inghen-Coluim, in Cremh- 


14. E. DEciMo octavo kal. octobris. 14. 

CoRBMAC, Mac Ciiilennain, king of Munster, Bishop and Martyr. 
The age of Christ, when he fell by the Lagenians, was 919.* 
[He was always a virgin, and he used to sleep in a very thin 
tunic, which lie wore at matins also, and he used to sing his 
psalms frequently immersed in water. Now Gormlaith, daughter 
of Flann, son of Maelsechlaiim, son of Domhnall, was his wife, 
but he never sinned with her except by one kiss after matins ; 
and he sang thrice fifty psalms as penance /o?' it, in the fountain 
of Loch Tarbh. 

He was seven years king, according to Selbhach the Elder, 
in his elegy, *' Pity that Caisel should be without Corbmac." 
And see the other poem which Corbmac himself composed, 
namely, " Aiise, O daughter of the king'."] 

Caemhan Brec, of Ros-each, in CaiUe-FoUamhain in Meath. He 
is of the race of Conaire, son of Moghlamha, monarch of Erin, 
who is of the race of Heremon. 


AiNMiRE, of Cluain-foda. 
Lassair, of Cluain-m6r. 
The Sons of Tadhg. 
[CoRMAC, of Munster.'] 


Maoineann, Bishop, of Cluain-Conaire, in the north of Ui-Faelain. 
Laisren, Abbot of la-Coluim-CiUe. He was of the race of Conall 
Gulban, son of Niall. 

2 King. The whole passage within brackets is in the more recent hand. (R.) 
' Munster. Tliis entry, borrowed from Marian O'Gorman, is in the more recent han«l, 
with Afnrinn. annexed. (R.) 

250 pelme ncc Mccomti iieReNNcccti. [sept. 17. 

LccisneM, TTlena; .1. TTlena ainm aBann pi 1 iaoigif, 110 goma'b 
6 "bfioicec pil po|i an aBainn fin p.o liainmni§eT)h an baile .1. 
ITlena. *Oo fbocc Ca€aoi|i ni6i|i, difi'ojii e|ienn •do. 

Chiotxtm CeRTHOHMCCCtl, ceaU6i|i Corh^aiU bennchuifi. GiT^hne 
in^en 8ha|idin, mic Colccdn, T)ei|i15fi6ji vo Rondn, Thdraifi 
Cjiiorain Chejiryionnais, acuf af cejiv vo moh fioinn. 



Sew cm. 



17. CC cfuiNTo "oecimo cat. occobRia 17. 

ecCRC, epfcop, T)oTtinai5 moiji tT)ai§i Datliaiiine. 

CuimmeiM, abb beannchuifi. 

H1CC5T1CC1I, "Chi^h Ria^la, 1 iLeiT^h Cochail. Wo 6 TTlhuicmif 

XXTfi Loch "Oeiiis^eific. 
bRCCCCCM, Huif TJtiific, 1 niai^ Haigne in OnwugiB, no 6 Cltiain 

jTieccllccN, epfcob. 
Coiwoetie, Cuile lia^. 
peme, mgen Chai|iill, djgh acuf maijin'ii, fiu|i t)0 T)hai§, mac 

Cai|iill, TM) fliocc 6o§ain, mic Neill, acuf "OeDi, in§en 'Ciiena, 

mic T)uBiai§ Hi Lti^aiti, a nid€ai|i a|iaon, acuf mdraip. mojiain 

eile T)o naothaiB. 

1 A bridge. From TTIefia 'Dtuncec, ' bridge of Men/ is formed Mondrehid, which is the 
name of a townland in the parish of Offerlane, in the Queen's County. Mena, though put 
in catu recto in the text, is properly the genitive of Men^ as appears by the note on the 
Felire of i£ngus, at the 16th of September ; as also by the pronunciation of the same 


Laisren, of Mena : ie., Mena is the name of a river which is in 
Laoighis ; or it was from a bridge,* which is on that river, the 
place was named, i.e., Mena. He was of the race of Cathaoir 
Mor, monarch of Erin. 

Criotan Certronnach, Cellarer of Comhgall, of Bennchor. 
Eithne, daughter of Saran son of Colgan, and sister of Bonan, 
was the mother of Criotan Certronnach ; who vxta so called 
because he used to divide fairly.* 







Earc, Bishop, of Domhnach-mor Maighe-Damhaime. 

CuMMEN, Abbot of Bennchor. 

RiAOHAiL, of Tech Riaghla, in Leath-Chathail ; or of Muicinis, in 
Loch Deirgdheirc. 

BracXn, of Ros-tuirc, in Magh Baighne, in Osraighe ; or of Cluain- 

Greallan, Bishop. 

CoiNDERE, of Cuil-liag. 

Feme, daughter of Cairell, Virgin and Martyr, sister of Daigh, 
son of CaireU, of the race of Eoghan, son of Niall ; and Deidi, 
daughter of Trian, son of Dubhthach Ua Lughair, was the 
mother of both, and the mother of many others of the saints 


name in the county of Antrim, where is the well known river Main, formerly the Myn, at 
the mouth of which was Rubha Mena^ * the point of Men/ now Shaneecastle. (R.) 
* Divide fairly. From cefic, * right,' * juist/ and TVOft)n» or fvannt * a division.* (R.) 

252 pell Re Ma MccomTi NeneNNacti. [sept. 22. 

18. b. quccfvco 'oecimo cal. ocrobRia 18. 

jneccLlcm IcawNe. 

PeH^MCC, faccajir. [T)o fliocr CoUa Uaif, di|iT)|ii &]ienn t)o. 

No 50TTia'5 mac vo yiig Caifil e, ex^c jHec ] 

tnaolccCMCClstl, o Rufccaig Cuail^ne. 

19. C. "ceRTio 'oeciTno ccct occobRis. 19. 

piOMMT:(XlM, abb, .1. mac CCoha pntileiS, vo cenel Gogain, mic 

CoiTTiTistieccll, 05I1. 

20. T). 'otio'oecimo cat ocrobRi^. 20. 

TTlo^tiai'Dti, faccajic. 
CCe'DtlOM, mac Oifpn. 

21. 0. uM'oeciTTio cat oct:obRi8. 21. 

^OROM, mac T^i^eimaigh, mic TTIaenai^h, o le^an 1 8liabb 
Callan, acuf 6 Cluain Da acyia ii^n Cecaiji. 

22. p. 'oeciTno cal. occobRis. 22. 

bcnRRpTliNN, mac ejinin. 

CCCoTl, mac Benaigb. Ife OCcyoh, mac 8enai§, an vaifia naomb 
TK) ciiaiDb a|i aon la TTloUns luacfia Diajijiai'B maiT^bme na 
bofiaiTtie vo LaigniB 6 ponnacra jii GfieTiTi, acuf Pofiannan 
cm Dayia naom actif Colman o Cluain cfie-oail an Dia]^ oile. 

1 1^. This passage, which is in the later hand, is unfinished in the original. (R.) 
« T1C0. "Ottfia (two) is the word in the manuscript, but over it is written Z]\eip 
(three), to reconcile it with the sequel. (R.) But see 7 Oct., p. 260 infro. (T.) 

sept. 22.] calendar of the saints of ireland. 253 

18. b. quarto decmo kal. octobris. 18. 


Greallan Lainne. 

Fergna, Priest. [He was of the race of Colla Qais, monarch of 

Erin. Or he was son to the king of Caisel, &c. See* . . .] 
Maelcanaigh, of Rusgach, in Cuailgne. 


FiONNTAiN, Abbot, i.e, son of Aedh Finnliath, of the race of 

Eoghan, son of NialL 
Caomhgheall, Virgin. 

20. D. duodecimo kal. octobris. 20. 

MoGHAiDH, Priest. 
Aedhan, son of Oissin. 

21. E. undecimo kal. octobris. 21. 

Saran, son of Tighemach, son of Maenach, of Lesan, in Sliabh 
Callann, and of Cluain-da-acra in Cechair. 

22. F. decimo kal. octobris. 22. 

Barrfhinn, son of Emin. 

Aedh, son of Senach. Aedh, son of Senach, was one of the two* 
saints who went with Moling of Luachair to ask for a remission 
of the Borumha to the Leinstermen from Fionnachta, king of 
Erin; and Forannan was the second saint, and Cohnan,* of 
Cluain-Credhail, was another of the two. 

* Forannan and Colman, Their names do not occur in this calendar, but they are to be 
found in the tract mentioned un<ler Samat, at the 3rd of May, p. 118 sujira. See O'Do- 
novan's note on Moling in the Four Masters, An. G96, vol. i., p. 298. (R.) 

254? pelme rnx Maomti weRewwcccli. [sept. 23. 

Coltlim, i^accap-c, 6 Gnach. 

ColmccM, mac Ccrc6<r5, 6 UliDe ifiuL CCiglenti, in^eTi Lenin, a 

TTleiC eiHMIM, Inif mac tiBjinin, po|i Loch Ce i cConnacxuiB. 

23. 'g. MONO CCCl. OCT^ObRl^. 23. 

CCoccmMCCH, mac Rondin, vo ceinel ConaiLL ^uLban, mic N^iU 
lafi mbunabuf. *Oo cenel Giroa, mic Neill, a mcrcaip.; Honor 
a hainm. CCfe an cCCDhamnanfa fio Bui .ui. blia'&na picheT: 
in ab'baine i n1 Cholaim cille. Ho bai p'Be T)no, aon -do 16 i 
n-hl, acuf afeDh fvo fcp-fix) ma menmain anmain co cenn rfii 
Id acuf q[ii noi'5ce, ma yiecclef aaonafi ag acach an coim'oe^, 
acuf |io aifiif 'om "00 ceanx) na |i6 e fin ^an roi'BeacT; Don 
ihamifci|i imji. LoTXi|i vcxfxih Daome poifi6€e vow fieclef Dia 
pi Of cionnaf fo boi an cleifeac, df ba cianfODa leo vo Bui 
ma neccmaif. Ho D^chfac fof poll na heochf ach, acuf crc 
conncaT;a|i an mac mbecc co n-oealfODh, acu]* fUirlineT)h 
eixfiocc m uchc CCDamndm. Ho Bui vua CC'bamndn a^ bui^e, 
acuf lonmaille pfif an naoiDin, acuf ni caomnacrof a 
f 65aT)h ni bu'5 fife laf na f uicniB 'oia'&a bdr^af imon mac. 
ba T)ef 15 leo ba he lof a bai inT)eilb naei'ben a^ Uf^difoiucca^ 
CC'barhndm amlai'5 fin, acuf ^uf bo he fof pa f df a^, acuf 
aifof vo af ipev na xxfi la fin cona naiT)hci15. teafrof 
n-eccna e, acuf pep. Idn vo f ach T)e, acuf vo eolaf an naoirh 
fCfipx^uif, acuf gach eccna apcena. Locpann lafamail e po 
foillfi§, acuf po ionfx)pchai'& laprap Boppa -do ]H)illfi ]X)alac 
acuf foiBef, peacT^a acup pia§la, eccna acup eolaif, iimla, 
acuf mifle. CCncro ann fo a cealla : .1. Harhborh, T)puim 
T^uama, 1 cCenel Conuill; an 8cpin 1 r'Cip pachpach tT)uai'5e, 
acup apaoile cealla ap cenae. Seacc mblia^na .laxc«^. a 
aoip an Txm po p ai'b a ppipac 'oocum nimhe, CC^ 1)1 703. Ro 
ha'Bnacn imoppa a copp 50 nonoip, acup co naipmicm mdip 1 
n-hl, acup cucccro a £opp 1 nBpmn lap rcpioll. 

^ Adamnan. Opposite this, in the margin, is written in the more recent hand, cm ix. ab 
lae he, ' he was ninth abbot of Hia.' (R.) 

s Ikttfs and nights. The foregoing legend is borrowed from the Irish Life of St. Adam- 
nan, a copy of which is preserved in the Irish collection of MSS. at Brussels. (R.) 


CoLUM, Priest, of Enach. 

CoLMAN, son of Cathbhadh, of Midhe-iseaL Aighlenn, daughter 

of L^nin, was his mother. 
The Sons of Ernin, of Inis-mac-n-Emin, in Loch C^ in Connacht. 


Adamnan,' son of Bonan, of the race of Conall Oulban, son of 
Niall, as to his stock. His mother was of the race of Enna, son 
of NialL Bonat was her name. This is the Adamnan who 
was six and twenty years in the abbacy of I-Coluim-Cille. 
On a certain day that he was at Hi, he meditated in his mind 
to remain for three days and three nights in his church alone 
prajdng to the Lord, and he remained to the end of that 
time without coming to the monastery at alL They sent some 
mature men to the church to know how the cleric was, for they 
thought he was too long absent from them. They looked through 
the key-hole, and they saw a little boy with brilliance and 
bright radiance in the bosom of Adamnan. And Adamnan was 
thanking and caressing the infant ; and they were not able to 
look at him any longer by reason of the divine rays which were 
around the boy. They were certain that it was Jesus who was 
in the shape of an infant, delighting Adamnan in this manner, 
and also that he was bis satisfaction and gratification during 
these three days and nights.' He was a vessel of wisdom, and 
a man full of the grace of God, and of the knowledge of the 
holy Scriptures, and of every other wisdom ; a burning lamp 
which illuminated and enlightened the west of Europe with the 
light of virtues and good morals, laws, and rules, wisdom and 
knowledge, humility and self-abasement. These are his churches, 
namely, Rathbhoth, Druim-Thuama, in Cinel-Conaill; The Serin, 
in Tir Fhiachrach Muaidhe; and other churches besidea Se- 
venty-seven years was his age when he sent his spirit to heaven, 
A.D. 703.* His body was interred with great honour and respect 
at Hi, and his body was removed to Erin after some tima 

>^.Z). 703. Thufl in the Annals of Ulster, and the Four Masters. The true date is 
704. (R.) 

256 pelme ncc waornti i^eRewMcccTi. [sept. 24-. 

If 'DO 0C'5aThnan -do poillfi^eDh K^^oifi plcrca iiiThe acuf 
plana ip|iiTiii, arliaiL acd a bpif CC'Samnain vo f^iiioBa'D ap 
LeaBaji na tlui'Bjie. CCcuf 6 fin amac sloiyi nirhe, acuf piana 
iffimn vo m'o^ vo fenmoifi. CC'Deiyi bera Ciafdin Cluana 
5ti|iab T)ona hocc nofoaib vo Bi i nOfinn ofo CC'Darhndin, 
cap. 47. 

CCdgiii femleaBap. px) aofDa mempaim ap ap laBpamap 
1® peb. a^ bpi^ic, acuf 17 fllapca og pocpaicc, acuf 9 lun. 
ag Coluim cille, eccec, gupbo copmail a mbefaiB acu]^ a 
mbeT^haiT) OC-Daninan pe Siluepcep papa. 

CONCawg, mac Lucunam. 

Com Max. 


'Ceclcc, Ojgli. [peac in i an Bano§ acuf an maipnp ^T^egac fa 
pel pil anio§ gun necclaif ; acuf ifi 'ooni 'D015.] 

24. CC occccuo cccl. occobRia 24. 

pccoLctltl, ponn§laiffi. 

CeaLlcccticcM, Cluana noppac. 

CCCOLcTltl, o iui aipchip. "Oo geiB^ep ipin Naoirhfencap Caolcu, 
mac Caoil, mic Connla, ap pLiocc Ceip, mic pep^apa, mic 
Rof a, mic Ru'DpaiJe, a quo clanna Hu'opai^e, acup vo geiBrefi 
1 mberaiT) Oaippe, cap. 10, 50 paiCe Caolcu ap ]^oil baippe 
1 Loc Ipe, acuf 50 zcuc a cill vo *Ohia, acuf do bhaippe, acu]^ 
ap cofmail gupab e po e, oip ni pagaim a aireappac ipn 

iN^tieNCC CcawoisTi, o TTluig locha. 

^ Leabhar-na-hUidhre. This manoBcript, which is preserved in the library of the Royal 
Irish Academy, contains the fip CCTXxrtitiaiti, or Vision of Adamnan, at fol. 34. There 
is also a copy of the same tract in the Leabhar Breac (fol. 171 a), in the same collection. 

* She i$. The passage within brackets is m the more recent hand. The St Thecla, of 
the Greek and Roman Martyrologies is styled Prima Martyr^ the proto-martyr of her sex. 


It was to Adamnan were revealed the glory of the kingdom 
heaven and the pains of hell, as contained in the Vision of 
.damnan, which wasoopied from the Leabhar-na-hUidhra* And 
'fc^enceforward it was the glory of heaven and the pains of hell 
.6 used to preach. The Life of Ciaran, of Cluain, states, chap. 
'7, that the order of Adamnan was one of the eight orders that 
^ere in Erin. 

A very ancient old-vellnm-book, of which we have spoken at 
st of February, at Brighit, and at 17th March, at Patrick, and 
.t 9th of June, at Colum Cille, &c., states, that Adamnan was, 
his habits and life, like unto Silvester the Pope. 
le^AiNG, son of Lucunan. 

LA, Virgin. [See whether she be the Greek virgin and martyr 
hose festival is this day celebrated by the Church. I think 
.he is.*] 


;^^-BiCHU, of Fionnghlass. 

CHAN, of Cluain-tioprat. 
OLCHU,' of Lui-airthir. We find in the Naemhsheanchus a 
<3aolchu, son of Caol, son of Connla, of the race of Ciar, son of 
Feigus, son of Ross, son of Rudhraighe, a quo Clanna-Rudh- 
laighe; and we find in the Life of Bairre, chap. 10, that there 
was a Caolchu at the school of Bairre at Loch Ire,^ and that he 
gave up his church to God and to Bairre ; and it is likely that 
this is he, for I do not find another in the Martyrology. 
Daughters of Cainnech, of Magh-locha. 

' Caolchu. Oppoaite thia is written in the margin, by the later liand, Colchus, as the 
Ltinized fonn of the name. (R.) 
^ *Lodk Ire* So in the manuscript; but Loch Tree is the correct name. The reference 
^^ the text, both here and under Bairre, is to the Irish Life of St Bairre. See under Tal- 
^^Uch, Feb. 26, and Hodhiomog, Mar. 3, pp. 58, 62 supra. (R.) 


258 peLme mcc wocomti NeuewMcccli. [sept. 25. 

25. b. ^epnnio cccl. ocrobnia 25. 

bcciHRe, ep|H)op acup conpeffOT^> o Cho|icai§ TYlUThan. C|iiofT 
pcroeifin vo |iaT) gficrSa eapfcoip paifi, arhail ay poUaf ina 
Berihai'B. "Oo fliocx: b|iiaiTi, mic Oac'5ac THoi^me^oiii t>6. 
CCDeifi Cuimin Coin-oeifiG ifin vau -oafi vuy, 'Cayiaif pcrcfiaicc 
phuifir; THacha,* 50 mbicyB UThlacT; 05 baififie T)on uile "feuiTie, 
acuf 50 ucugcrb caBani'Don uile •5uine vo ci(y5 a fiiacratiaf cqc; 
fo tnafi croeifi: — 

Cayvaif baififie bjieo ne^tia 
Umal/AV T>pe|vaib Domhaiti ; 
Moccm fxica cm eccornhnafic 
Weac Tiac Dioti^ticro "oo cobaifv. 

"Oo latSaifi baipfie 1 tnbfioinn a m&ta^i, aciif p6f lap na 
Bfiei€ u|iefafi fao|ia^ a crcoifi acuf a rhdraip, arhail iniiife^^ 
a Bera ifin cev caibiT)iL 

"Oo ^Gibcefi 05 feinleabafi fio aofDa ina bpuil TllafiTxt|ilaic 
'Carhlafca acuf bainpeancap na naorti, 50 yiaBcrcafi peacT: 
naoiTTieappuicc T)ecc, acup peacr; cceD manac |iarniap a malle 
le baififie, acuf jie Neapan naorh a cCoficaig nioip TYlmhan. 
"Oo seibT^efi ipin leaBafi ceT)na 50 fiaiBe cofmailep bep acup 
betjhai'B, ogbaififie epyxjop TTlinhan acup Connatx, ]\e hCCu^up- 
nn efpucc 8axan. 

lomctlCCl'Dtl^ Chille T)fioi£ii:, 1 nCCifiT) lllob. 

CClwrnme, o Hop ua Chonna, 1 T11ui5hT)0|inai15. 

CaolcCN, o ecli inif. 

ColmcCN, Conniui|ie, 05 Uifneach. b|i6nach, in§en tHiliuc, 
tnic buain, aja |iai15e pocfiaicc a n-Daoijie, a rhdrai|i. 

Siweccll, "Ofioma bjioan. 

8eccMCCM, eapjxjop. 

moT)Oe, 1 nCCilbe. 

^ His Life, The legend of St. 6aiiTe*s miraculous consecration is given in his Latin 
Life, of which there are several copies in existence. The Life, however, which is referred 
to here is that in Irish, which is preserved among the Irish ^ISS. at BrusaeK and in the 
collection of the Royal Irish Academy. (R.) 



Sairbe, Bishop and Confessor, of Corcach, in Monster. Christ 
himself conferred the degree of bishop upon him, as is evident 
from his Life.* He was of the race of Brian, son of Eochaidh 
Muighmheodhoin. Cuimin, of Coindeire, states, in the poem 
which begins, "Patrick of the fort of Macha loves," that Bairre 
was humble to every person, and that he used to give assist- 
ance to every person whom he saw in want. Thus he says: — 

** Bairre, the fire of wisdom, loves 
Humility to the men of the world; 
Ho never saw in want 
A person that he did not assist/* 

Bairre spoke in his mothers womb, and also immediately 
after his birth, in order to justify his father and his mother, as 
his Life states in the first chapter. 

We find in a very old book which contains the Martyrology 
of Tamhlacht, and the History of the Female Saints, that there 
were seventeen holy bishops and seven hundred prosperous 
monks together with Bairre and St. Nessan, at Corcach-M6r of 
Munster. We find in the same book that Bairre, bishop of 
Munster and of Connacht, had a likeness in habits and life to 
Augustin, bishop of the Saxons. 

loMCHAiDH, of Cill-droichit, in Ard Uladh. 

AiNMiRE, of Ross-ua-Chonna, in Mughdhoma. 

Caelan, of Echinis. 

CoLMAN, of Comhruire, at Uisneach. Bronach, daughter of Miliuc, 
son of Buan, with whom Patrick was in bondage, was his 

SiNEALL, of Druim-Broan. 

Seanan, Bishop. 

MoDOE, in Ailbhe.' 

'/« AUbke, The manuscript, following the note on Marian, has in, which makcA Aiibe 
the name of a place not of a man. Probably Cloain-Ailbhe, * lawn of Ailbhe,* or Magh- 
nAilbhe, * plain of Ailbhe,* is intended, as it is not unusual to find, in such cases as Cairbre, 
Lao^haire, &r., a personal name applied to a region, vrithout any qualification. (R.) 


260 pelme iicc wccomli iietietiticccli. [sept. 28. 

26. C. sexco cccl. ocr:obTii8. 26. 

CoLmccM ealCC, abb o LairiT) eala, a bpepaib ceall i niapra|i 
TTli-Be. "Oo vliocr; Oac'5acli, tnic TTluifiea-Ba, do fiol 6ijieihoiii 
T)6, T)0 €aoiB a a6afi, acuf 7)6111151^011 "oo Cholaim cille a 
Ttidraifi, .1. TYldfi, in§en pei'Blimi'o, mic pejigava Cennpa-oa, 
tnic Conuill S^Lban, mic Weill Waoipallail;, arhail croeiji 
beia Colmcnn pein, cap. 1^ Xii. a aeif an ran jio xiaxv a 
l^ifurc "Dochun) nimhe, CC<; '0\ 610. 

Colmcai, Ruif bTianT)Uibh. 

27. T). CftllMTX) cccl. 0CTX)bTl18. 27. 

pM"Oew, epfcop. tnepaim ^upab e yo e]^ucc pnnen vo vax;uiR 
8enan i n-1nif Cunnla i cCyiich tla SeDna i|^n TTliiniain, (oiji 
ni papain) pnnen epfcop eile gan viJC[^^i^iu§a'5 acr e.) befa 
Senain, cap. 24. 


euMiM, tla bjxiuin. 



28. &. (fuccnro cccl. ocTX)bHi«. 28. 

pactiHcasti, eprcob. 

'OiccRmcci'C, mac Luchpai-fe, eppcop, 6 Cluain pinn ai§ne. 

«iMeacti, 6 C|iuaich mac "Oapo. 

T)CC1H1, pe'5b naomhra. 

[CCn TKC ptlit4T)icc acuf lobccR, aj CCongap aniosh.] 

* Chap. 24. See second Life of St. Senan, chap. 27, in Col^an'n Actt SS., p 584 a. (R.) 

« Wuhw, Vidua, the Latin eqaivalent for pe-ob, is suhjoineci in the later hand. (R.) 

' This day. This entry is in a different hand, and after it in added by a more recent 

writer, 8ed forte est Lkha Sax. virgo in Utuardo Molani hodie, Kxjyresw .... numtrum 

phtrakm ASneas; that is, the Lobhar in the text may be intended ^> repro^^nt Lioba, who 


S6. C. SEXTO KAL. ocroBBia 26. 

COLMAN Bala, Abbot, of Lann Elo, in Fir-Ceall, in West Meath. 
He was of the race of Eochaidh, son of Muireadh, of the race of 
Heremon, by the father's side, and Colum-cille's sister was his 
mother, i.e., M6r, daughter of Feidhlimidh, son of Ferghus 
Cennfada, son of Conall Gtilban, son of Niall of the Nine Hos- 
tages, as Cohnan's own Life states, chap. 1. Fifty-two was his 
age when he resigned his spirit to heaven, A.D. 610. 

CoLMAN, of Ros-Branduibh. 


FiNNEN, Bishop. I think this was the Bishop Finnan whom 
Senan left in Inis Cunnla, in Crich Ua S^na in Munster, (for 
I do not find any other Finnen without being characterized, 
except himself) Life of Senan, chap 24.* 


Ernin, Ua Briuin. 



t'lACHRA, Bishop. 

DiARMAiT, son of Luchradh, Bishop, of Cluain Finn-Aighne. 

SiNECH, of Cruach-Mic-Daro. 

Dairi, holy Widow.* 

f^THE TWO FiNDlAS and LoBHAR are in Aenghus, at this day.'] 

is mentioned at thiH day in Molanos* edition of Usuardua ; and, as regards the Findias, 
-Angus, in hia Felire, expressly names two. In 'oa Pin'Dia ^elTxri, *the two shining 
Unniaa,* are his wonls : but tobaifi occnrs at the end of the quatrain as a common noun in 
<*rtnnexion with another j»aint ; lunitt a lirh U>bai|v, ' lunill, of the shining deeds.' (R.) 

262 pelme wa Maomti tieReMticccli. [sept. 30. 

29. p. reano cccl. ocr:obHi8. 29. 

CICCRCCN, mac leifi, ep^xjop. 

muRStlCCl, mac NinneDha, abb Rechfiainne. CCoip Cjxioix an 
rxxn TK) chuai'5 T)o chum nimhe, 768. 

Wessccw, tlLoD. 

Columm. 5oma5 e fo CoLum "Coma ocd vo vliocr laegaifie, 

mic NeilL 




30. 'g. pTiiT)ie cat 0CTX)bTii8. 30. 

COHCCCN, ailir;hi|i, epfcop. 
tuShcti'Dtl, epfcop, CCipr;hifi achaiT)h. 
Ixcosticciae, epfcop, o toch con. 
Coim^istl, faccafir, o "Oomnach aifiif . 
THobl, caiUeach, ^Oomhnai^h byioc. 
CCmiMe, cpaiB-Beach, 6 byieachmaig. 
paolccti, Ucrcha aiDhne, i n*t)al CCiiai-Dhe. 


"OCCl^tlRe, 6 CLuain accuifi, i nCCyi'D^ail. 

THoctlOMfia, CLuana anxT)ne. 

baoMCliaw, lerhec. 

ColmcCN, Cluana nopfiar:. 

LCCSSCCR, ingen Lochain. 




C01M1MT), Ogh. 

^ Rechrainn. 0*Donovan, in his Annals of the Four Maj^ters, and others regard this 
form of the name as nominative ; but, strictly speaking, as CCtbain from CCiba, it is the 
genitive of Tlech|ia. Thus in Adamnan we find it written Rechru (i. 5, p. 29, ed. Reeves), 
and in an adjective form JReehrea insula (ii. 41, p. 164). In the Annals of tlie Four 



lARAN, son of lar, Bishop. 

[UBGHAL, son of Niniiidh, Abbot of Rechiuinn.* The age of 

Christ when he went to heaven was 768.' 

ESSAN, of XJladh. 

OLUMM. This may be Colum Toma, who is of the race of 

La^haire, son of Niall. 





lORCAN, the Pilgrim, Bishop. 
lUGHAlDH, Bishop, of Airther-aehadh. 
iiEOHAiRE, Bishop, of Loch Con. 
'oiMSlOH, Priest, of Domhnach Airis. 
[oBJ, Nun, of Domhnach Broc. 
IBINNE, the Pious, of Breaehmliagh. 
AELAN, of Rath-Aidhne, in Dal-Araidhe. 


AIGHRE, of Cluain Accair, in Ardgail. 
'OCHONNA, of Cluain-Airdne. 
RONCHAN, of Lethet. 
OLMAN, of Cluain-tioprat. 
ASSAR, daughter of Lochan. 



ioiNiNN, Virgin. 

[astors it is always in a dependent construction, and therefore R(H:h]ianiii. exrept once 
In. 1038), where it appears as a nominative in the form Reach fiu. (R.) 
«768. According to the Annals of Ulster. The Four Masters place his <!catli at 7(M. 


264! peLme na MCComTi weHewMcccti. [ocr. 3. 

1. oc cctLeN'018 ocT:obRi>^. i 

pOT)tlCCltlle, tla Suanaigh, abb Tlair;hne. CCoif CfiioiT an ran 

•DO chuai-fe TK) £un) nimhe, 762. 
Colum, abb bennchuifi. 
SiMelU facca|ir, TTlaige bile. 

•OaerTieMMCCcTi, pe'Ba T)uin n^xxi i nThfefir CLuafcan. 
CIot:Titicc, d^h, in§en ConaiU, 6 Inif T)6ine. 

ColmcCN. ^omcrB e fo Colman Cille mic 6o§ain, ara do fliocr: 
Colla T)a cfiioc. 


2. b. sexco uonas ocTX)bHi«. 2. 

ecCRC, eapjxjob. 

maoL'DUbti becc, abb potSaifu 

OlMTTltie, .1. 'giaUan, acuf i nUitS THuipeDhai^ area. 

CoTlRCOl LerfiGch, acuf af eifi'5e 0'5|idn niai§ifuifi ara t)o 
fliofe Conai|ie, mic TYlo^a LarTm, acu^ T)e|ibC]i(x€ani no TYle-B- 
fian, ezcec. CCf 6 Oohfian bar) mai^ifcifi, acuf tUac Cuilinn 
6 Lufca T)0 innif T)o Ciafidn Cluana a I'xio^al T)o iim-feibe. 


3. C. qumxx) uonocs occobRia 3. 

TT10T)OlLbTl, epfcob. 

8eccclTC nepscoip Cluana cua *t)o geib^efi feacr; nen)Uicc, 
•DO cloinn en aCafi a|i fliofe pachac Suifroe, mic pei^limi-B 
Heccmaifi, mic 'Cuacail 'Cecrmaifi, aitiail a T)uBi\amap, 21 luL 

1 Wat 762. This is the date in the Annals of Ulster; that in Tighernach is 7C3. But 
the Four Masters place it at 758. (R.) 

• He M. That is*, the church whore he i& interred, or specially venerateil, is in this tcr- 
ritor\'. (R.) 



FiODHAiRLE, Ua Suanaigh, Abbot of Eaithin. The age of Christ 

when he went to heaven was 762.* 
COLUM, Abbot of Bennehor. 
SiNELL, Priest, of Magh-bile. 

Daethennach, of Fiodh-dMn-seta, in Disert Cluastan. 
Clothra, Virgin, daugliter of Conall, of Inis-d6ine. 
CoLMAN. This may be Colman, of Cill-mic-Eoghain, who is of 

the race of Colla-d&-chrioch. 



Earc, Bishop. 

Maeldubh Beg, Abbot of Fobhar. 

OiNMHE, i.e., Gialldn, and in Ui-Ceinnsellaigh he is." 

Odhran,' of Letir. And he is Odiirin, the Master, who is of the 
race of Conaire, son of Moghlamha, and the brother of Medhran, 
&c. It was Odhran, the Master, and Maccuilinn, of Lusca, who 
told to Ciaran, of Cluain, that his life was cut short. 



MoDOiLBH, Bishop. 

The Seven Bishops, of Cluain Cua.* We find seven bishops, the 
children of one father, of the race of Fiacha Suighdhe, son of 
Feidhliinidh Reachtmhar, son of Tuathal Teachtmhar, as we 
have said at the 21st of July. 

' Odhran, He is commemorated again at 26 Oct. See also Felire of Aengus at 27 
Oct. (T.) 

* Cluain Cua. The more recent hand adds, Cluana Cda recthu^ 'more correctly, of 
C'liiain-raa.' This is the reading in the Mart. Taml., and Marian. (K.) 

266 pelme na Maomti MeneMMacti. [oct. 6. 

'CeccRMOCC, mac Haici. 
Wticrotia, an^coiiie. 
["Oa eualt).] 

4. T). quccnro Mowas ocTX)bRis. 4. 

ColmccM, epfcop. 

«eMCCN, mac CaiUe. 

pOMOCC, tnac Cucha. 

pOMCCN. S^fnaT) 6 fo ac& 13 peb., acuf ard T)0 fliocT bfiiain, 

tnic 6a&5ac TTlui5Tne'5oiTi. 
pOMCCN, mac peji^na, afi fliocz; OoSa^a pnn pua€ ay\iZy 6 Bpuil 


5. &. T:eRO0 iiomccs occobRia 5. 

hctex:h(XiLoc\'S% bfid€ani tk) Co|ibmac, en>iicc OCr;ha 'Cpuim, 
acuf comajiba pctrp-aicc puinnecr, injen T11aoilepr1ifii§, 
mic "Oioma, mic Colmdin, a Ttid€ai|i ; acuf ^oma^ lonann 6 
acuf bao^lach eliuifi acd vo fliocr CoUa uaif, duxT)]!! 0|ietin. 

SinecccTl, injen peji^na, 6 CfiuaSan TYlaishe aBna, a cCaonfiai§e. 
"Oo fliocTJ eo§aiTi m6i|i, mic OiLiolLa Oluim tk) fieifi an 

T)ubti 'Dcc loctia. 


6. p. pHTOie MOMCCS ocT:obHi^. 6. 

LtfCCtlCCl'Otl, mac Luchi:a, mic CCnpo'5ain, mic TllaoilT:uile, mic 
CCiicleacha, mic pejiba; acuf TTleDb, ingen 5«P^«^ii» ^^^ 
bfiocain, mic ^aiiBdin, mic "OuiBCeficain, t)o UiB 8aichgil vo 
Cia|i|iai§e Luachfia, a mdcai|i. Opyxjop 6 Chuil^bennchuip i 
Lup-s pop bpu Locha hGipne, acup 6 Tlair;h muighe ruaipcipr; 
1 Cioppaige Luachpa, no 6 "Chiiil bennchuip i nUiB pail^e, 
acup ic "Cuaim poBaip i lLui|ne. 

1 Baithu In the margin i» written, as another reading, mac Rett, which is the form 
of the name in the Mart. Taml., while Marian 0*Gorman is followed in the text. (R.) 
« The tico Ewalds. In the more recent hand, with the note Marian, The entrv- in 


!^KA£iNOO, son of Raithi* 
i UJLDA, Anchorite. 

Til& two EWALDS."] 


OCAN, Bishop. 
, Mac Caille. 
lOiJOG, Mac Cucha. 
<^o:kan. This may be he who is at the 1 3th of February, and 

"^^'ho is of the race of Brian, son of Eochaidh Muighmedhoin. 
■^<i>:nan, son of Fergna, of the race of Eochaidh Finn Fuathairt, 
whom Brighit is descended. 



^^^-^THALLACH, brother of Corbmac, bishop of Ath-Truim, and 

^araocessor of Patrick. Fuinnecht, daughter of Maelfithrigh, son 

^}f Dioma, son of Cohnan, was his mother ; and he and Baeghlach, 

"tte pilgrim, are of the race of Colla Uais, monarch of Erin. 

^^^JEACH, daughter of Fergna^ of Cruachan Magh-Abhna, in Caen- 

raighe. She was of the race of Eoghan Mor, son of OilioU 

Olum, according to the Naomh-Senchas. 



UGHAIDH, son of Lucht, son of Anrodhan, son of Maeltuile, son 
of Aithcleach, son of Ferb ; and Medhbh, daughter of Garbhan, 
son of Brocan, son of Garbhan, son of Dubhchertan, of the Ui- 
Saithghil of Ciarraighe Luachra, was his mother. He was 
bishop of Cuil-Beannchair, on the brink of Loch Erne, and of 
Rath Muighe-tuaiscirt in Ciarraighe Luachra; or of Cuil-Beann- 
chair in Ui-Failghe, and of Tuaim-fobhair in Luighne. 

Marian 0*Gonnan is T)a euual/o. (R.) See at this day Mart. Rom. with the note of 
Baronial ; Hartyrology of Christ Church ; and Bede, lib. v. c. 10, who tells ns that from 
the colour of their hair one was called Blnck Hetvnld, and the other mtitf HewaM. (T.) 

268 pelme mcc Mccomti MeaewMcccti. [oct. 8. 

ColmccM, abb Cluana caoiti, .1. tuichealL Wo sofncrb o Cluain 
tnic Noif TK). 

peR "oa ctlRioctl, 6 "Ooitie na piann 1 neoganacr; ChaifiU 


bccoiTtllW, mac CClla, 1 cCluain va an, ere. 

CCe'Dtl. OCcuf ^otna^ e fo eai"T3Ucc mac Cap.i:haiTiTi 6 Clocap, .1. 
T;fi6iTipe|i pdryiaicc (X|i fliocr; &a&5ac, mic TTluijiea^a, aixx 
•DO fiol OifierhoiTi vo fom. No goma^ 6 OCo^ mac CCo'5a acd 
T)o fliocT; pach|iach, mic Gac'feac Tnui^e'5oin vo beir afi an 

7. 'g. MOMI8 0CTX)bRi«. 7. 

ComsccH, abb. 

CeccLlccctl, T)eochain, o S^linn va lacha, 1 ntlit5 TYlaiL 


T)ul)TlT:tlCCCTl. THefaim ^Ufiab 6 fo a^oeiji THolin^ vo T)ol leij* 
pein D'laiiiiai^ mairme na bo|iaiThe afi ponnacra, fii 6|ienn. 
CCf fo ma|i aT)ei|i ifin mbofimrhe pein : — 

Inmam cftia|i na cafvaiU cef , 
"Oo 11050:6 lemfa fiem lef , 
T)tibca6, "Otjban, Diclif bfion, 
CCctJf Ctjdn o Chltjom nioi|i. 

08S1T>CC, ogh. 


8. b. OCrCCUO mUS 0CTX)bR18. 8. 

CICCRCCN, abb Hacha mui^he, acup 'Ci^he TTlopinna. CCoif 

C|iiofc an Txxn |io paiDh a j^ijiar; 783. 
8eactiT: liccoTntldstlcc, 6 "Cerimann CCtiTKx TYlacha. 

1 Aedh. Opposite the name, in the margin, is the mark .n., for Xota. (R.) 


LMAN, Abbot of Cluain-caoin, Le., Luicbeall ; or he was of 


K-DA-CHRIOCH, of Doire-na-Flann, in Eoghanacbt-Chaisil. 


3ITHIN, son of Alia, of Cluam-da-an, &c. 

DH.' And this may be Bishop Mac Carthainn of Clocliar, i.e., 
^utrick's champion, of the race of Eochaidli, son of Muireadh, 
«rlio is of the seed of Heremon. Or the Aedh, who is of this 
Uiy, may be the son of Aedh, who is of the race of Fiachra, son 
»f Eochaidh Midghmedhoin. 


MHOALL, Abbot. 

ALLACH, Deacon, of Gleann-da-locha, in Ui-Mail. 


|":bhthach. I think this is he whom Moling mentions as having 
gone with himself to seek a remission of the Borumha from 
t'innachta, king of Erin. This is what he says in the ivm^k 
called the Borumha itself: — 

" Dear the throe who met the difficulty, 
Who went with me for my welfare, 
Dabhthach, Dubhan, who concealed sorrow, 
And Cuan of Cluain-mtSr." 

^EDA, Virgin. 



[ARAN, Abbot, of Rath-muighe, and of Teach Mofinna. The 

age of Christ, when he resigned his spiiit, 783.^ 

HE SEVEN HOLY ViRGiNS, of tlie Termon of Ard-Macha, 


«7W3. Thi.H is the date in the Annals «)f Ulster: 770, Four Masters. (K.) 

270 peliTie wcc tiaomti tietieMWCCcli. [ocr. ll. 

CeallccM, ^xxcajiT;. 



9. b. sep-cimo I'ous ocT:obRi8. j). 

pOMMTXXlW, tnac Zaxh abb. 
^OiMeatxrcti, Cluana moifi. 
CCeT)ticCM, mac Ui Chuiiro. 

10. C. sexco iT)U8 ocrobRis. 10. 

pOMMT:aiM, abb "Ojionia hin^ i nUitS Segain. T)o fLiocx; Ceni, 
tnic OiLiolla Oluim tk). Nem Luai§ne a m&tay\x. 

SecCMCCM, epjxjop. 

«10lLaM, abb. 

11. X). quiWTO iT)U8 ocrobais ll. 

CaiWOeoccTl, abb. "Oo fliocr; Cheifi, mic teji§a]»a, mic Ho]xi, 
tnic Ru^jiai-oe do. CCchcroh bo a pfiiniceall, acuf ccoa fieicclep 
oicce 1 cCiU RiT^hmanaDh i nCCLbain. 

CCDeifi feinleaBafi |io aofDa mempaini 50 jiaiBe Cainneach 
cofThail a mbefaiB acuf a Tnber;hai'5 fie pilip apn:oL CCcup 
ni fxr^aim fuair;hTiiU5ha'5 afi bi€ afi an cCainneach afi a 
ccuga'B an Tjuafiafgabail fin, acuf niunab e fo e lapfiaim 
patiT)6n a|i an naorh afia txu^ctB, ma a nu a^ Denam ainBpip 
an aimfiiocT;. OCf mime lat5|iap Colum cille ap Chainneach 
ma Be^arfe, acuf af copnail s^pab 6 an Cainneach vo bt 1 
cCiannachtja ajia laBfiann. 84 a aeif an ran po paiT)h a 
n^ipac DO chum nimhe, CC^ T)\ 598. CCcup "oap lat; vo peip 
an poinnp ay»6 po Baoi a cCiannacca ^Lmne ^eimin 1 nllll- 
roit5: — 

^ MaeffitArigh, After this is added, in another hand, Vide de 8. Keyna apud Ca^pyravnan 
hodie, St Keyna, a Welsh saint, is commemorated at this day in the British calendar. (R.) 


Deallan, Priest. 




FiONNTAiN, Mac Tail, Abbot. 
DiNERTACH, of Cluain-m6r. 
Aedhan, Mac Ua Chuinn. 


TiONNTAiN, Abbot of Druim-hing in Ui-Seghain ; he was of the 
race of Cian, son of Oilioll Olum, N^mh, of Luaighne, was his 

Seanan, Bishop. 

SlOLLAN,. Abbot. 


3-AiNNEACH, Abbot. He was of the race of Ciar, son of Fergus, 
son of Ross, son of Rudhraighe. Achadh-b6 was his principal 
church, and there is an abbey-church of his at Cill-Righmonadh 
in AlbaiiL 

A very ancient old-vellum-book states that Cainneach was, 
in his habits and Ufe, like unto Philip the apostle. And I find 
no characterizing whatever of the Cainneach of which it gives 
this account; and if this be not he, I ask forgiveness of the real 
saint of whom it was given, if I am acting ignorantly respecting 
his identity. Colum-cille frequently speaks of Cainneach in 
his Life, and it is likely that it is of the Cainnech who was in 
Ciannachta he speaks. Eighty-four years was his age when he 
sent his spirit to heaven, A.D. 598. And thou wouldst think, 
according to this quatrain, that it is he that was in Ciannachta 
of Gleann Geimhin, in Ulster: — 

Her Welsh name was Ceneti^ or Cein-teyryf, i.e. Ceneu the Virgin. Rees, Welsh Saints, 
p. 153. (T.) 

272 pelme mcc wccomTi MetieMMcccti. [oct. 12. 

CC Camnig na cana, 

Wl T)01TlT11Th a TTD^Tia; 

1 nCCchcro bo ccobeo'Da; 
Wo fa mo DO fgela, 
CC cCiannachT: etc ctjala, 
"Oo t)icc6acc T)o 'D6|ia. 

CC^ fo pof mafi a-oeifi Cuimin CoiiTDoipe ifin T)an .i. 'Cayiai]^ 
Pccciiaicc puipc THacha/ exx).: — 

Conaif Camneach an ciiabaiT) 
belt oTiDiqieib cixuaiD qvonnaig ; 
Wi biOD oga 50i|ie 
CCcrmoo na hoige allaiDh. 

OCucTD z\i\ CoiTiTitg eile ann, acuf x\i pef T)uirin cia T)iot5 apa 

cugcafi an ruafiafgatSdilfi. 
P01RTX)TieRM, mac pei'oLinii'o, mic Lao^aifie, mic "Neill naoi- 

^allai^. 6pfcop eiftin acup T)e|X5ipul pocfiaicc e, acup 6 

CCch 'Cjiuim 1 Lao§aifie t)6, acuf o Chill poi]xccenin i ntlibh 

"Ojiond, 1 Laighnibh. 
LommcCM, epfcop, T)efcipuL oile do pdcfiaicc, acuf 6 CCch tTfiinm 

T)0 p6f ; acuf "Oaiieiica, fi6p pdqfiaicc, a Ttidraiji. 

CRuinrctieR peRSMCc 

12. gticcRTX) i'0U6 ocT:obHi8. 12. 

becc, mac T)e, mic 5^oe. "Oo fliocr Colla Ddc|iioc tk), aciip 

pcn-b oi|i^ei|ic 6. 
pace, epfcop, Blebre i Lai^nibh. "Oo fliocr; Corhaoifi nioi|i. 
pCCctiaociT)Tl, a rhac, 6 aoinchill, acuf Piacc [8l66r;e] a crcaiji. 
THobtll clCClReMectl, [ab] 6 ^ccif MaoiDen i n^allaiB pofi 

bfiu abhanD Lipe Don leich a cuaiDh, acuf bepchan ainm oile 

1 Of the Rule, Oppodte this line, in the margin, is written CCn Tnoiyi f eiy^yi Tna|ib. (R.) 

* CoUa-da-chrioch, This is not in agreement with the ancient pedigree which represents 
him as eighth in descent from Niall of the Nine Hostages, son of Eochaidh Muigluncd- 
hoin. (K.) Another pedigree makes him a descendant of Noem, or Noah, son of Cas 
mac Tail, ancestor of the Dal Cais, of the race of OilioU Olum. O'Flnherty, Og>'gia, p. 
886. (T.) 

* OfSMthU. This is inserted in the later hand. (R.) 


** Cainnech of the rule,* 
Not wrong what thou doest; 
At Achadh-bo thou wcrt lively; 
Greater and greater thy stories, 
In Ciannachta I have heard 
Of thy piety, thy tears." 

Thus, moreover, Cuimin of Condoire speaks in tiie poem, 
namely, " Patrick of the fort of Macha loves," &c. : — 
" Cainneach, the pious, loves 
To be in a hard woody desert; 
There was no one near him, 
Save only the wild deer." 

There are three other Caiimeachs, and we know not of which 

of them this accoimt is given. 
FoiRTCHERN, son of Feidhlimidh, son of Laoghaire, son of Niall 

of the Nine Hostages. He was a bishop, and a disciple of 

Patrick, and he was of Ath-Tmim in Laoghaire, and of Cill 

Foirtcheim in Ui-Dr6na, in Leinster. 
LoMMAN, Bishop, another disciple of Patrick, and he was of Ath- 

Truim also ; and Darerca, sister of Patrick, was his mother. 
Presbyter Fergna. 

12. quarto idus octobris. 12. 

Bec?c, son of De, son of Gnoe. He was of the race of CoUa-da- 

chrioch,^ and a celebrated prophet. 
FiACC, Bishop, of Slebhte in Leinster, of the race of Cathaoii' 

FiACHRAiDH, his son, of the same church with Fiacc [of Slebhte^], 

his father. 
MoBHi Clairenech, [Abbot*], of Glas Naoidhen in Fine-Gall, on* 

the brink of the river Liffe, on the north side; and Bearchdn 

* Abbot The word ab U inserted in the later hand. (R.) 

^ Om. The Four Masters in their Annals make the same statement at the year 544 ; 
insUtd of which they should have said, as O^Donoyan observes, either** near the river Liffey 
to the north,** or ** on the brink of the Finglaas [Tolka] to the north of the Lififey." (K.) 


274 peliTie wcc Nccomti NeneMMCccti. [oct. 12. 

•00. CCtitio T)omini ati TXiti fvo paiT)h a fpifiar 544. T)o f Iioot 
ea&5a£ pnti pucrc aifir a bpuil bfii^z: T)OftiTh, acuf UanpnT), 
in§en ponnbaifni, a Ttidraifi. CCT)ei|i beara Coltiim cille, cap. 
35, ^o nT)eachai'5 Colum ciUe 50 S^aif naoi'Ben mafi a jiaiBe 
TDobi Claifietieach acuf T)eicneaBafi acuf T)a pciT: a|i fgoit 
cn^G, acuf ba T)iotS fin Cainneach, Ciafidn Cluana, acuf Corn- 
wall, acuf lafi f^aoileoB T)on f^oil t)o iafi|i TDotSi a|i Cholum 
cille ^ati pefiann t)o ^haBdil no 50 rcu^a'D f e pein cgt) do. 
CC-Deifi an be€a ce^na, cap. 39, an ran vo bi Coltini cille a 
nT)oipe map a paiBe pi 6penn, CCoT)h mac CCmmipec, pip 
raipw dooh an baile pin vo Coluim cille, aciip ^tip vwVc 
Colum an baile map nac paitSe cex) TDobi ai^e, acup a^ reafr; 
ap an mbaile ama£ v6 50 rcctpla Diap do minnnp TDoW do, 
acup cpiop TTlobi leo cui^e rap e ip bdip TTlobi pein, maille 
pe ceD pepainn do ^atSdil do. TDap do §lac Colum cille an 
cpiop ap ann a DuBaipr. TDair an pep a^a paiBe an cpiop 
po, ap p6, 6ip nip hoplai^e'B do cum cpaoip piam, acup nip 
hioBot pa t5p6i5. Conat ann do pi^ne an pann : — 

Cpiop TTlobi, [cpiop TTlobi], 
WibDap pibne im 16, 
Wip hoplaiccet) pia pait, 
Wip hi(r6(r6 im 56. 

"OlCCUTTiCCl'C, eppcop. CCrd T)iapmaiD mac baoodin, do pliocr 

Lae§aipe mic W61II Waoi§iallai§. 
810LMCCCCCM, mac Cpuimer. 
NCHMMl'Dti, Inpi Caip. 


becc bile, mac Di§epnai§, mic pep^ai^a. T)o cenel cConuill 
^ulban, mic W61II d6. 



1 Nibhdar. This line was left untranslated by Dr. O'Donovan. In the Bmssela MS. 
of the Feilire of Aengua, it Is given thus : Nir bo tetmm im 60, which the late Mr. Carry 
translated — **It was not a bulmsh round a cow." In the Leabhar breach fol. 118 a, the 
reading is, Ni ro hiadhadh im luaj and the word hta is glossed .t. hratderg; *'it was not 


was another name for him. The year of the Lord when he 
resigned his spirit was 544. He was of the race of Eochaidb 
Finn Fuathairt, of whom Brighit is descended ; and Uanfiim, 
daughter of Finnbarr, was his mother. The Life of Colum 
Cille, chap. 35, states that Colum Cille went to Glas Naoidhen, 
where Mobhi Clairenech was with two score and ten persons at 
his school ; and among them were Cainneach, Ciardn of Cluain, 
and Comgall ; and after the dispersion of the school, Mobhi re- 
quested of Colum Cille not to accept of any land till he should 
give him leave. The same life states, chap. 39, that when Colum 
Cille was at Doire, where the king of Erin, Aedh, son of Ain- 
mire, was, Aedh offered that town to Colum Cille, and that 
Colum refused to accept of the town because he had not the 
permission of Mobhi, and that on his coming forth from the 
town, two of Mobhi's people met him, bringing th^ girdle of 
Mobhi with them to him, after Mobhi*s own death, together 
with his permission to him to accept of land. When Colum 
received the girdle he said : " Good was the man who had this 
girdle," said he, "for it was never opened for gluttony, nor closed 
on falsehood." On which occasion he composed the quatrain : 

" Mobhi's girdle, [Mobhi's girdle], 
Nibhdar* sibhne im lo, 
It was not opened for satiety, 
It was not closed on a lie." 

DiARMAiT, Bishop. There is a Diarmait, son of Baed^, of the 
race of Laeghaire, son of Niall of the Nine hostages. 

SiOLNATAN, son of Cruimet. 

Nainnidh, of Inis Cais. 



Becc Bile, son of Tighemach, son of Fergua He was of the race 
of Conall Gulban, son of Niall. 



closed upon (uo, or 2e>," i.e. a red cloak. Taking this last reading as making better sense, 
the meaning may be— "The girdle was not clofed npon bravery of dress.** (T.) 

T 2 

276 veil Re N a N ccon )h u enen u cccti . [ocr. 1 6. 

13. p. TGR'nO 1*0X18 OCTObRIS. 13. 

pWDSectl, o^h, 6 ShliaB giiaifie i n^ailen^aiB. 
C0TnT)Tlca4, 6 Cluam cormai'B i cCtii|icne. 

[ColTincCM, ailiT:hi|i 1 nCCuVT|iia, mac TllaoilfGachltiinn m6i|\, 
mic T)OTtinuilL] 

14. 'g. pTiiT)ie rous ocT^obRia 14. 

CoLtlTTl, facca|ir, Inp caoin pofi Loch TTIeil^he. 

15. OC iT)ibti« ocT:obTii8. 15. 



CUCCN. CCf6 fo 'oafitem an Cuati, 6 Chluain moifi, t)o chuai-fe 
ayi aon le moling 'omfipxii'D mairme na bofioirrie. CC^ fo mafi 
a veM[i moling pein ifin fDai|i -Dafiab ainm boyioiitie : — 

loTiinaiTi qiiap, na uap,aill cef , 
"Oo fio^aiT) leatnfa p-em leaf, 
"Otibta^, "Ouban, T)iclif bfi6n, 
CCcuf Cuan, 6 Chluain moift. 

Baoitim ^ufiab i Cluam mofi TTIao'bos a iLaipiiB an Chluain 
ni6|i fin "od laBfiann. 
bccoi'Ctiiw lefi. 
CnCiNe, 65h. 

16. b. "DeciTTio sepnmo cat. Nouembnia 16. 

Riccgticnl, abb TDuicinfi, pofi toch T)eifi5 'befic. 

CoLmccw, epfcop, Cille |iuaiT)h i nlJal CCfiai'ohe, ix>|i bfiu Locha 

Laoi^, 1 ntllTX)iph. 
Coibwe^cccti, epfcob. 

1 DomkmdH Thin paragraph is in a different hand. (K.) S«c Martyrol Rum. in lioc 
die. (T.) 



[NDSECH, Virgin, of Sliabh Guaire, in Gailenga. 
DMHDHAN, of Cluain-connaidh, in Ouircne. 
^LMAN, Pilgrim in Austria, son of Maelseachlainn M6r, son of 


OLUM, Priest, of Iius-caoin, in Loch Melghe. 





UAN. I think this is the Cuan, of Cluain-m6r, who went along 
with Moling to request the remission of the Borumha. Thus 
Moling himself speaks in the history called the Borumha : — 

" Dear the three who faced the difficulty, 
Who will go with me for my welfare, 
Dubhthach, Dubhan, who conceals sorrow. 
And Cuan of Cluain-m6r." 

I think that the Cluain-m6r, of which he speaks, is Cluain- 
m6r-Maedh6g, in Leinster. 
lOITHIN of Lds. 

ROINE, Virgin. 

). b. decimo septimo kal novembris. 16. 

LAGHAIL, Abbot, of Muicinis, in Loch Deirgdheirc. 

>LMAN, Bishop, of Cill-Ruaidh, in Dal-Araidhe, on the brink of 

Loch Laoigh, in XJladh. 

:)IBNESACH, Bishop. 

278 pelme wcc Mccomti weHeNNacTi. [oct. 20. 

Ceccna, o TTlhui^h afccro. 


CaoimsTieni bnec. 
OoSticcM, iif moiti. 



17. C. «exco "DeoiTTio oaL Mouembnis. 17. 

maOMaoTl, mac Clai|iiti, abb lamne Le^ae, CC? T>\ 720. 
CtlbReTXtM, an^coiiii, TTlai^e bile. 

18. T). cfUiMTJO 'oeciTTio cal. ocT^obma 18. 

ColmcCM, mac Coifirchi'oh, abb. 
TnoLucciMeM, 'CamhlacT^a 1 mboifiche. 
TJeccc, o^h, o Rufcai^h 1 cCuaitpie. 

19. &. ciuccRTo "oecimo cccl. occobni^. 19. 

CROMa:N, Tuama ^fieine. 
CuiONCCM, Chuile ConlaiTis. 
CoLmccw bccN. 
er^tibiNUS, abb. 

20. p. "ceRTio 'oecimo cccl. oorobni^. 20. 

TDccoiLeom, epfcop acuf an^coiiii. 

CCe-otlCCtl lNSelT)l, TTlaishe eo, 009 T)\ 650. 

TDCCOl'Otlbtl, mac CCmal^a'Ba, o Cluain lommofifioii^ 1 nUibb 

Pail^e. Woo T)hefimai§ Ua nT)uach 1 cuaif ceafiz: Of fjiai^he. 

T)o fliocc bfiiain, mic ©ach'5a£ T11uiptie'5oin "oo. 
pONWCCCiM, o T)he|imai§ Ua nT)tiach. 
CoLmccw, o 'Cuaim gfieine. 

1 720. This is the date in the Annals of Ulster. The Four Masters omit to notice this 
ecclesiastic in the parallel place, namely, the year 717. (R.) 

^Aedhan IngeldL In Marianus, in5etT>i TDaige eo is the interlinear note on CCeDhom. 
According to the date here given, this was St. Aidan, foimder of Lindisfarne, of whom the 


Ceara, of Magh-ascadh. 

Caoimhghin Breac. 
EoGHAN, of Lis-mor. 


17. C. sexto decimo kal. novembris. 17. 

Maenach, son of Clairin, Abbot of Lann L^ire, A.D. 720.* 
CUBRCTAN, Anchorite, of Magh-bile. 


COLMAN, son of Coirtchidh, Abbot. 
MoLUAiNEN, of Tamlacht, in Boirche. 
Teca, Virgin, of Ruscach, in Cuailgne. 


Cronan, of Tuaim Greine. 
Crionan, of Cuil-Conlaing. 
CoLMiN Ban. 
Ethbinus, Abbot. 


Maeleoin, Bishop and Anchorite. 

Aedhan Ingeldi,^ of Maigheo, A.D. 650. 

Maeldubh, son of Amhalgaidh, of Cluain-Immorrois inXJi-Failghe ; 
or of Dermagh in Ui-Duach, in the north of Ossory. He was 
of the race of Brian, son of Eochaidh Muighmedhoin. 

FiONNTAiN, of Dermagh in Ui-Duach. 

CoLMAN, of Tuaim Greine. 

Annmls of Ulster have, at this year, the entry, QuUs Aedain epUcopi Saxcnum, But the 
monastery of Mayo was not founded till after 667, when Colman, the third bishop of Lin- 
disfam, retired from Northumbria to the west of Ireland. Tlie date and place are, there- 
fore, inconsistent, and the text is erroueous. (R.) 

280 pelme mcc mccoihIi NeHetiMcccti. [oct. 23. 

21. 'g. 'ouo'oecimo cccl. MoueiTibHi«. 21. 

TDUMNCC, epfcop acuf abb, Cluana heiTmech i Laoi^hif. ponn- 
rain ainm oile boi pofi ITIini'Da. Tulclidn ainm a arhap, 
.ocxx. a|i 'od cex) [lob e Lion a riianach ma coitimonoU (Xcii]^ 
Qf e TTlochua, rriac Londin, |io ic e on liiCfia bai yia\\i 6 io\^ 
fai^h. T)o fliocr Conuill ^i^lban, mic Weill 'oo. pei'Dhelin, 
in^en TTldine mic Weill, a ihdrai|i. CCf paiyi ru^a-b an 
reifc fi : — 

TTlac 'CulcaiTi v^a T)e6in, 
Wi fio fdit longa itm veoil, 
^oniaf) Tn6i7>e a piaii abuf , 
til T)ep,Tia fiiaiti roctif . 

CC'Dei|i feinleabayi |io aoi*Da memfiaini 50 |iaiCe TTlunna 
mac 'Culcdin coj^iail a mbefaib, acuv a mberhaib fie blob 

SlOllCCW, mai§i|^ifi, mac Ua ^ai^abh, abb TTIai^e bile. 

moctlUOCC, Ua liarhain. 


mcaNcTieiM, loBafi, 

22. CC. uM'oecinio cccl. Mouembwia 22. 


23. b. T)eciTno cccl. nouembHia 23. 

mccolrmle, mac Thian. 

CilLiccri, mac T)o'Dnain. 

T)cclbccc1l, Chuile collamje. T)o flioCr Oiliolla plain n bice, 
mic pacbach TTIuillecain, mic Oo§ain mdifi, mic Oiliolla 
Oluim T)6. (XT)ei|i Ciiimin Coin'oeiyie n^n Ddn T)a|iab rofac, 
*Ca|iaif parfiaicc ptii|ir TTIbacba,' ^ufi bo m6|i an pe|i 'oenra 
air|ii§e an naortifo, acuf na|i ben a Idm fie na raob an pea^ 
vo bi beo. CC5 fo ma|i aT)ei|i : — 

' A nail. That i^ of his finper, to allay the irritation of his skin. (R.) 



MuNNA, Bishop and Abbot, of Cluain Eidhnigh in Laoighis. Fionn- 
tain was another name for Munna. Tulehdn was the name of 
his father. Two hundred and thirty was the number of the 
monks in his convent And it was Mochua, son of Lon&n, that 
cured him of the leprosy which he had from the beginning. 
He was of the race of Conall Gulban, son of Niall. Fedhelm, 
daughter of Mdine, son of Niall, was his mother. It was of him 
this testimony was given : — 

** The son of Tulchan, of his own consent, 
Did not thrust a nail* into his flesh ; 
That his suffering might be the greater here,^ 
He never scratched himself.'' 

A very ancient old-vellum-book states that Munna, tlie son 
of Tulch^, was in his habits and life like imto Job the Patient. 
SiOLLAN, the Master, Mac Ua Gairbh, abbot of Magh-bile. 
MocHUOG, Ua Liathain. 
Mainchein, the Leper. 



23. b. decimo kal. novembris. 23. 

Maeltuile, son of Tian. 

Gillian, son of Dodnan. 

Dalbhach, of Cuil Collainge. He was of the race of Oilioll Flann- 
beg, son of Fiacha Muilleathan, son of Eoghan M6r, son of 
Oilioll Olum. Cuimin, of Coindeire, states, in the poem which 
begins, " Patrick of the fort of Macha loves," that this saint 
was a great performer of penance, and that he never touched 
his hand to his side as long as he lived. Thus he says : — 

2 litre. That is, in this world. (R.) 

282 pelme net uccomh nenennach. [oct. 25. 

Caftaif "Oalbach caoih Cuile, 
CCiqxige tenn -00 ucc6all, 
Woca ccafiT) a laiti fie a taob, 
CCn cc6in baoi afi aoti le a cmam. 

CCbdn ife vo Bennai^ 1 cCuil collain^e a|i ruf. be€a CCbdin, 
cap. 11. 

24. C. nono cccL. NoueTTibRis. 24. 

IOCCIN, epfcob, Cille aifichip. 

Cccex:!, epfcob. pC'oeipCdin OC'ocnfnndin gtifiab "oo na naoniaiB 
7)6 Bi in Ufipcr&af mtid jyo f^aoficrb 6 T)aoififi acuf o f^laBai'b- 
ecu Ceci epfcop ; acuf af cofmail ^ufiab do fo laBfiaf . 

'OccLiobcc, o Chuit mic itipfichaifie. 

Lowocw, Ctuana Tnbfiinne a cCtoinn Cheallaish. 

pOMW^ccM, 6 T)iamaip. 

6cmc, o^h, in§en 8hinill, 6 TTlhiliuch. 


ColmccM, oile. 

25. X). ocTXcuo cal. wouembTiia 25. 

Lcci^aeM, mac Wafcca, 6 OCpT) niic Wafcca, pofi bpu Locha 

Laoi^h, 1 ntllroibh. 

[p6il Ca:oiT)e, ab, paqfiun col's.] 

Lcci«Tie, mac Coluim, 6 T)ptiim liacc 

'OU'CtiiflcccTlT:, o Lemchoilt. ^^mot lonann 1 po acup T)tipac, 

ingen enna mic Copbmaic, crcd do plioci: ColLa Da cpioC. 

1 Who hltued. That is, who in founding a charch gave his blessing to the place. The 
Life of S. Abban, as published by Colgan, says, at chap. 20, " Deinde sanctos Dei venit 
ad terram Huath Liathain, et ibi cellam, qus didtur Ceallcruimthir, prope civitatem 
Cnlcollingl, vel Cillcolen, ndificavit : et alios ex discipulis suis ibi dimisit" ActL SS. p. 
6156. (R.) 

* Ceti, the hithop. The Annals of Ulster, at 711, and the Four Masters, at 710, record 
the death of Ck>eddi, bishop of la, or lona. This date tallies very well with the supposed 
period at which the synod of Adamnan was held. Colgan latinizes the name Caidinus. 


" The fair Dalbhach, of Cuil, loves 
To practise intense penance ; 
He never touched his hand to his side 
As long as he retained his soul." 

Ab^ was he who blessed^ at O&il CoUainge first. Life of 
Ab&i, chap. 11. 

24. c. nono kal. novembris. 24. 

JOAIN, Bishop, of Cill-airthir. 

Caett, Bishop. The Cain Adamnain states that Ceti, the bishop,' 
was one of the saints who were security to free the women from 
every kind of captivity and slavery ; and it is likely that it is 
of him he speaks. 

Dalioba, of Cuil-mic-Lurrchaire. 

LoNAN, of Cluain-Tibrinne in Clann-Cheallaigh. 

FioNNGAN, of Diamair. 

Earc, Virgin, daughter of Sineall, of Miliuch. 


Another CoLMAN. 


Laisren, son of Nasc, of Ard-mic-Nasga, on the brink of Loch 

Laoigh, in XJladh. 
[The festival of CAoroE,^ Abbot, patron of ... . chaidh.] 
Laisre, son of Colum, of Druim-liag. 
DuTHRACHT, of LeamchoilL She may be the same as Burach, 

daughter of Enna, son of Corbmac, who is of the race of Colla- 


See Trias Thaam., p. 499 a, and Actt. SS. p. 162 6, note 2. CaideuSf which occun at the 
following day, is the same name. The blank in the text ought to be filled by the word 
DofnhfMch, (R.) 

s Cacide. This entry is in the margin of the MS. in the more recent hand. The Caoide 
here mentioned is evidently the same as the Caidau or Caidocutj whose name is inserted 
lower down under this day; where see the note. (R.) 

284 pelme ncc waoiTiTi Menetmcccti. [oct. 26. 

beocc. Ct'oeifi beia Coltum cille, cap. 6, juyi raifin^iii beoc 
50 njeiTipi'Se Coltrni ciLle atSpoD |iia tia ^eineitiain. 

JORfncctl, o Chill SoT^^ct^^» 1 iiai|irea|i Lai^en. 


CONCCCTl, o^h. 

[Caideus, seu Caidocus, o T)oitinac 0001*06 a ccoif T)atinaiT)e.] 

26. &. «epT:iTno cccl. MOuembRi^. 26. 

beoccw, epi^iop, acu]^ TTleallan, o ThaitilaCra menain'o 05 Loch 
bpicpetiT) 1 nUibh Bachach llla'oh. 

"Ocoinmill, 6p)'y TXxnbelni, o^h; Caol, 65h; acuv CoiniTi- 
^tieccli, o^h ; ceirpe hin^ena mic laaiyi, acuf 6 Chill 11a 
iiin^en 7)61 bh la caobh 'Cariilacca a nvey. 

©RMCCIM TTlio^luachpa, 6 Chill 11a faccaiar. 

ReacTlTCCM, 6 Corafi §at5ail. 

Cuucci'Dtl COS pticrocc, 6 balana. CC5 yo an Cjiiiai'S do ^ui* 
TTlolin^ vo ieacz va cobaip maille [le 'opon^aitS ele "oo 
naorhaiB 6|ieTiii, an ran vo bi re^lac pionnachra 1115 Giienn 
ma '5iai5 v\a niaptSa'5, 6i]i T)ob ai€[ieac leo ina]i do itiai€ 
Ponnachra an boportia vo Lai^mbh ap unpiDe ITlolini^, 50 
nDubaipx: tnolin^, *C€ bpipc bennach dp peT),' ere pec 
bpi^c, 1 peb. 

T)CCTlblle, CCchaiT)h chuilmT). T)o pliocx piacpach, mic GacDac 

CotlTlCCW, o LerpecaiB O'Bpain, 1 T11upcpai§e ripe. 

^States. See the reference under Beocc, at p. 157, supra. (R.) 

^Caidew, There are five insertions of this saint's name in different parts of the 
Brussels manuscript Two of these are in the text at this day ; for this Caideut is only a 
latinized form of Caoide which occurs above. In the Index are two insertions, under 
the words CaoiT>e and Caexxet in their respective places. The former runs thus : 0001*06 
ab 6 "Dothnac Caoroe 1 c'Cip, C-osaiiit 'oiaec. "Oe^ienpip, 25 Occobefi, 8 CaU Mo- 
uembiiip. Cai-DiTiup 1 Lai-om. CCca a citl, a cloj;, acup a bacalt afi ^xijail. 
tli'De Caeci ep. 24 Occobp,ip, pfio qtio TTlaiMaTiap habec Caeue .1. CaoiDe j;© rul. 
* Caoide, abbot, of Domhnach Caoide^ in Tir-Eoghain, diocese of Derr>', 25th of October, 
18 Kal. Novemb. Cadinus in Latin. There is his church, where his bell and his staff are 
found. See Caeti, bishop, 24th of October ; instead of which Marianus has Caete^ i.e. CanUle 
correctly.' At Caerre in the Index is also the following note : Caecre .1. CaoiT>«>, o 

ocrr. 26.] calendar of the saints of Ireland. 285 

Beocc. Tlie Life of Colum Cille, chap. 6, states* that Beocc fore- 
told that Colum Cille would be bom, long before his birth. 

Gorman, of Cill-Qorman, in the east of Leinster. 


CoNACH, Virgin. 

[Caideus,^ or CaidocuSy of Domlinach Caoide, at the Dannaid 


Began, Bishop, and Meallan, of Tamlacht Menainn, at Loch Bri- 
crenn in Ui-Eathach-XJladh. 

Darinnill, Virgin ; Darbelin, Virgin ; Cael, Virgin ; and CoiMH- 
GHEALL, Virgin ; were the four daughters of Mac-Iaar, and they 
were of Cill-na-ninghen, by the side of Tamhlacht to the south. 

Ernan of Miodhluachair, of Cill-na-sagart. 

Reachtan, of Eatar-gabhaiL 

Cruaidh lgng-legs, of Balana. This is the Cruaidh whom Mo- 
ling besought to come to his assistance, together with others of 
the saints of Erin, when the household of Fionnachta^ l^ng of 
Erin, was coming after him to kill him, for they were sorry 
that Fionnachta had remitted the Borumha to the Lagenians 
at the request of Moling, so that Moling said, " O Brighit, bless 
our path," &c. See Brighit, 1st of February. 

Darbile, of Achadh Chuilinn. She was of the race of Fiachra, 
son of Eochaidh. 

Odhran, of Letrecha-Odhrain, in Muscraighe-thir^. 

T)ot'nna6 Caoi-oe, a ccoif "Dianai'De a ccifi ^oshain. * Caette, that is, Caoide, at the 
Dianaid foot in Tir-£oghan.' Lastly, among some miscellaneous memoranda at the end 
of the volume, we find : "Ooiiinac CaoiT)©, 1J11I50 8. Cadmi pofiT^cnfDe. 'Cemi[iaVi 111 
bui'oe 1 nOiiXfcc 1 Chcntain fa peit .... 'Domhnach Caoide, commonly the 
parish of S. Cadinus. Tempall-Ui-Buidhe in the territory of G'Cathain, nrhose festival 
. . . .' The remainder of the entry was never completed. Donaghedy, to which these 
notices refer, is situate at the extreme north of the county of Tyrone, and borders on a part 
of the county of Londonderry which lies near the city, so that it belongs to a neighbour- 
hood well known to the Franciscans of the north. Colgan also was furnished with in- 
formation on the subject, for he writes: '^Yidetur et similiter idem vocari Caidocus et 
Caidanus, vel Caidhut. S. Caidinus Confessor, colitur in Ecclesia de Domhnach Cauide^ 
dicecesis Derensis, in Ultonia 28 Gctobris, quo die plura de ipso." Actt SS. p. 1 G2 6, n. 2. (R.) 

286 peLme ncc wccomti MeneMMcccTi. [ocr. 29. 

27. p. «exco cat. wotiembRis. 27. 

ecCRC, epfcop, T)oThnai§ m6ifiTnai5hG iucrBar, i xnicnfceiiT; Ua 
pPaolditi. 'S^mcrB e fo Oafic, efpucc, mac pefi^na mic po- 
IxL&ca, crcd afi flioci: b|ief ail bfiic, o tSpuilic On^ai^e. 

CotlROCW, abb la, acuf 6 'Cish CCitiefiam i T11iT)he. T)o cenel 
cCoTiaitl gtilban, mic Weill do. 

ColTnccw, Ua pachfiach, 6 SeiiBocha i ntlibh Ceiii'Dfealaig. T)o 
flio£c pachfiach, mic ©ach'5ach TDuigme'Boiii t)o. 

SectiT: meic 8'CiaLlcnN, 6 Haii:h mac 8i:iallain, i nCCti-ogaL 

Recowe, osh. 


tnoabcc, mac Gjinain. T)o 6eiiel cConaill gwlban, mic W6ill 


28. 'g. guiMro cccl. wotiembRia 28. 

*OOTlbeMe pcocc, mac CCli:aine, abb la Colaim cille. T>o Cenel 

Conaill gu^ban t)0. 
McccTie, epfcop. THepaim ^upxib 6 fo Wachi, mac 8enaig, ard 

a|i fliocc ConchotSaifi CCb|icr5 final's "oo Lai^itS. 


29. CC guccRTX) cat. NouembRis. 29. 

LuTlCCr], epfcop, o T)hoifiG Lufidin. 
PCCOIWIR, 6 Tk)Thnach paoinifi. 
Cuccw, 6 Inif liacc 
CccoLccM, 6 'Cish na manach. 
CCCoti SLascuiH. 


1 Abbot of L This is a mistake. Thb Odhran, or Gran, was not the abbot of Hy. 



Earc, Bishop, of Domhnach-m6r-Maighe-Liiadhat, in the north of 
Ui-Faelain. This may be Earc, bishop, son of Fergna, son of 
Folachta, who is of the race of Bresal Breac, from whom the 
Osraighi are descended, 

Odhran, Abbot of I,* and of Tigh-Airerain in Meath. He is of 
the race of Conall Gulban, son of Niall. 

CoLMAN, Ua Fiachrach, of Senbotha in Ui-Ceinnsealaigh. He is 
of the race of Fiachra, son of Eochaidh Muighmhedhoin. 

The Seven Sons of Stiallan, of Bath-mac-Stiallain, in ArdghaL 

Rectine, Virgin. 


MoABA, son of Ernan. He is of the race of Conall Gulban, son of 


DoRBENE FoDA, son of Altaine, Abbot of la Coluim Cille. He is 

of the race of Conall Gulban. 
Nathe, Bishop. I think that this is Nathi, son of Senach, who 

is of the race of Conchobhar Abhradhruadh, of Leinster. 




29. A. quarto KAL. NOVEMBRIS. 29. 

LuRAN, Bishop, of Doire-Lurain. 
Faoinir, of Domhnach Faoinir. 
CuAN, of Inis-liacc. 
Caelan, of Tigh-na-manach. 
Aedh Glastuir. 


Taimthionna, Virgin. 

Odhran, St Colamba's kinsman and follower, died and wan interred in Hy daring the 
lifetime of the founder. See Reeve»^8 Adamnan^s Columba, pp. 203, 417. (R.) 

288 velme noc Maomli tieRetiMcccli. [ocr. 31. 

30. b. TeRoo cat MouembRia 30. 

ColmcCM, abb 6 Cammaf Com^aill, poji b]\u banna. Mo 6 
Lainn Tnocholmocc CCcuf mac mdrlia]! "oo TTlocholmocc iia 
Lainne e. 

heHCMCCC, o^h, 6 "Ofin Txi en, i Cpo'BUai'B T)ala]iaix)he. 


pei'Olllimi'Oll, T)0Tiinai5h. 
etlNCCCli, mac echin. 

31. C. pniDie cccl. Mouembni^. 31. 


ComccM, Ua Ciajidm, abb Lif moifi. 

ColmcCM, abb Lin* ni6i|i. CCoi|* Chfii]x an ran fio paoi-o a ^^^ificrc 

paoLcftl, abb, bfidrliaiji pu|i]^a. 1]^e ^lo v^l-^iii? nia|\r|ia ipn 




CoLMAN, Abbot, of Cammus Comghaill, on the brink of the Bann ; 

or of Lann Mocholin6g : and he was maternal brother to Mo- 

cholmdg of the Lann. 
Hercnat, Virgin, of Ihin-d&-dn, in the Fiodhbhadh of Dal Araidhe. 


Feidhlimidh, of Domhnach. 
Ernach, son of Echin. 


CouAn, Ua Ciarain, Abbot of Lis-m6r. 

CoLMAN, Abbot of Lis-m6r. The age of Christ when he resigned 
his spirit was 702. 

Faelan, Abbot, brother of Fursa. It was he that suffered mar- 
tyrdom in France. 

290 pelme noc Nccomti NeRewNacli. [nov. l. 

1 . x>. ccclew T)i B nou em bm 8. i . 

CcciRpRe, epfcop. CCra Cill Chaifipfie a tZ\\i OCoDha, a ngaji 
T)Gf|iuai'& acuf 'oo 8ir CCo'oha Baya Ruaiu 

CCilriN, epfcop, acuf an o^h, 6 Chill iiifi. 

^ecccTiT: wepscoip, Cille 'Ci-oil. 

bnU'sTlCCCll, epfcop, 6 Rdich mhai^he haonaicch. T)o fiol 
Cholla va cjiioc 'oo. 

LoNCCN, 6 'Chfiepoir, i mbfie^haibh, a^ boinn. CC "oubaipc CCyir, 
mac Cuinn cex) car;hai5 fii 6|ienn, lafi bpaicfin na p']^ an Id 
fiia ccab mui^e tnucfiaimhe, pifiab "Ourtia "Oeji^luachfia ba 
hainm "Don aiqfin 6 i6f, acuf ^oma^ 'Cfiepo'D 'oo Bia'o ai|i 6 
fin amac ona ujii p6'Dait5 'do Benpo^ f6 an uaiji fin, .i. po-o 
pona cenn acuf poT) ceacrayi a "fed raoC, acuf ^Ufiab ann "oo 
ha'&naicpi'5e e in ainm an crcaf, an mic, acup an fpifioc 
naoirii. If ann fin 'do finne, CCfr an laoi'o 'oaf ab cuf, * Caoin 
"DO "bionnailS "oen/ acuf af pollaf maf fin ^uf cfeiT) fe, 
arhail rui^cef , ere. 

CCn Londn fo "Cf efdT) 'Calmac ainm a araf , acuf T)ufT:|\ic, 
in§en T^fiuifc, fi§ bf eran, ruaif ceifir a rhdraif , arhail "BeiiBaf 
an fuxnn fo: — 

Tf uifc fit an rfaoifi Inbifi on cf ai^, 
Ro teachz aoin ingin lomldin, 
"Otifqfvic pf,i 5ac fo -Dail foin, 
TTldtaifi l/ondin, mic 'Caltnai^h. 


ColmoCM, mac piondin, 6 CCrh lom^laifi. 

^Lcnan, A marginal note adds: Forte Luinu» a Lan mac Luin. The substance of the 
following notice of Trefoit is borrowed from the Leabhar-na-hUidhri, and the tale CcUh 
Maighe Afucrcnmhe. See Petrie, Round Towers, pp. 99, 101, and O'Donovan's note on the 
Four Masters, An. 734, vol. i., p. 83G. QR.) 



Cairpre, Bishop. There is a Cill Cairpre in Tir Aedha, near Eas 
Ruaidh and Sith-Aedha of Eas-Ruaidh. 

AlLTiN, Bishop and Virgin, of Cill-insi. 

The seven Bishops, of Cill-Tidil. 

Brughach, Bishop, of Rath-maighe-hAenaigh. He is of the race 
of Colla-dd-cliri6ch. 

LoNAN,^ of Trefoit, in Bregha, at the Boinn. Art, son of Conn of 
the Hundred Battles, king of Erin, after having seen the vision 
the day before the battle of Magh Mucraimhe, said that Dumha 
Dergluachra was the name of this place at first, and that Tr^f6t 
should be on it* from that forth, from the three sods which he 
would cut at that time, viz., a sod to be put under his head, and 
a sod under each of his sides, and that it is there he should be 
buried in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the 
Holy Ghost. It was then that Art composed the poem beginning, 
*' The fairest of mounds make ;" and it is therefore evident that 
he believed, as is underatood, &c. 

The father of this Lonan, of Tr^f6t, was named Talmach ; and 
Dustric, daughter of Trust,' king of North Britain, was his 
mother, as this quatrain proves : — 

** Troist, king of the noble Inbher from the strand, 
Had one only daughter, 
Dustric, bom to every happiness, 
The mother of Londn, son of Talmach." 


CoLMAN, son of Fionan, of Ath lomglaissd 

^ Be on it That is, be its name. (O'D.) 

> Trust. Or Drost, otherwise Drcst, as in the catalogue of the Pictish kin^ See Dr. 
Todd's Nennius, pp. IGO, 163, 165. (R.) 


292 pelme ncc i^icconiTi MeReMwacti. [nov. 2. 


CROMCCN, maorhla. 

pMMOWCC, o^h, 6 Cluain ^uichbin-D. 

CCe'Oll, mac Roi, 6 poibfien. 

bl'glLl, 'Culcha. 

T)lcTl0ll, o Rairh. 

niCCH'CCCt^, Infi e'bni^h. T)o fliocr Conaill eacluairh, ard afi 

fliocr Cofibmaic Caif, mic Oiliolla Olinni v6. 
rni meic T)iomcc, o 1:111511 mac 'Dioma. 
Cccomtidcc, 6 Chill mfi. 
[CnotlCCM, "Cuama St^eine, a c'Cua'&mumain.] 

2. e. cfuccHTo MOWCC8 Nouembma 2. 

OCCRC, Blame, epfcop Liolcaich, acuf 6 pepra pefi peicc, 1 raoB 
Bio'oha rjiuim aniayi. CCoif Cfiiofc an ran vo cuai'5 t)0 ctini 
nimhe 512. 

CCfe Gafic 'oo ba bpeirem t)o naom pdrpaic T)o fltocr; 
Cuifib tlluim, mic pefi^a^a, mic Ro^^a, mic Uii^fiai-fee, 6 
n-abajiuafi Clanna Rii^fiai-Be t)6. Tu^ paT:fiaicc bennacr 
pai|i im cdif5 lafi ucecr 1 nQ]^inn t)o. 

CC'oeifi feinleaCayi jio aofDa mempaim amail a -DiiBfiamafi 
a^ bfii^it:, 1° pebfiu., acuf a^ pdryiaicc, 17 TTIaiiT;., 50 paiBe 
Gafic 8laine efpucc copmail a mbepai^ acuf a mberhai-o pe 
TTIaprain naoiii. 

CCnimme, abb o Rairh NiiaT)ha, CCnno T)omini 778. 

CCe'Otlcai, mac CCen§upa, 6 Chill moip CCe-ohdin 1 nUibh TTleirh 

^Inis-tdhmgh, In 0*Cuitj''8 transcript of the Brussels MS. it is doubtful whether the 
RaJ^ in the preceding line belongs to Dicholl, or is the first element in the present name ; 
and the gloss in Marianus O'Gonnan seems to adjudge it to the former, for over TTI a|\caTi 
is written 6 Rait Innp Otjtiij, ('of Rath-Innsi-Edhnigh'). But as the whole line is: 
t)icoti TTIailcan TTlitta, it is likely that 6 |ittif , the location of Dicoll has been, through 
clerical inadvertence, attracted over to Martan, (for innp, being in the genitive, may be 
governed either by \\.mt or by Tllaiicom); especially as the Annals of Ulster, at 772, and 
the Four Masters, at 768, record the death of tTlaixcaii \wye Cronech, 'Martan of Inia- 



ONAN, of Maethail. 


»fNTTNA, Virgin, of Cluain-Guithbhinn. 

3)H, son of Roi, of Foibrdn. 

aiLL, of Tulach. 

CHOLL, of Eath. 

IRTAN, of Inis-edhnigh.' He was of the race of Conall Each- 

uath, who is of the race of Corbmac Cas, son of Oilioll Olum, 

E THREE SONS OF DiOMA, of Tigh-mac-Dioma, 

SMHOG, of Cill-insi. 

tONiN, of Tuaim-Greine,' in Tuadhmumhain.] 


ic, of Slaine, Bishop of Lilcaeh, and of Ferta-fer-F^ig, at the 
Lde of Sidh-Tniim to the west. The age of Christ when he 
*ent to heaven was 512. 

Earc was Brehon^ to St. Patrick. He was of the race of 
^rb Ulom, son of Fergus, son of Ross, son of Rudhraighe, from 
irhom the Clanna-Rudhraighe are named. Patrick gave him 
ds blessing the Easter after his coming into Erin. 

A very ancient old-vellum-book, which we have mentioned 
t Brighit, Ist of February, and at Patrick, at 17th of March, 
tates that Earc, of Slaine, was, in his habits and life, like unto 
It. Martin. 

TMIRE, Abbot, of Rath Nuadha, A.D. 778. 
OHAN, son of Aenghus, of Cill-mor-Aedh£in, in Ui-Meith- 

•ch,* not of Rath-insi-eidiiech. Indeed RcUh-insirddnech would be rather an unnatural 

wund. (R.) 

rwnm-Greine. This entry is in the more recent hand, and, after Tuaim-Greinc, has 

agnnature Marian,^ to denote that it is supplied from Marian O'Gorman. (R.) 

SreAofk That is, Judge. The Tripart. Life, in Colgan, styles him, **Sauctus Ercus, 

»pn8, Cancellarius, et supremus Judex in spiritualibus,*^ iii. 08 (Trias Thaum., p. 167 a). 

Four Masters at An. 448, and O'Donovan's note, vol. i., p. 136. (R.) 

Bfacka, The later hand adds, "TDeniia, Afar., to signify that the g\oss on MarianuK 

Is lit TTlei^ TT|pnn(f, instead of Ui-Mcith-Macha. (R.) 

294? pelme mcc Naomt) NeReNWcccTi. [nov. 3. 

T)cciHi bocTiccMa, pe'&U. 

Lu^cri'Dtl, mac CCeii^afa, mic Mcropiiaoic, mic Cuific, mic Luig- 
*each. Ri tnuman an cCCongaf fin. CCf rpe na qioi§i'5 t)o 
fniii pdncfiaicc a Cacall an ran vo bi a^d baifre'oh, acuf ogd 
iSennaco^, artiail ODeifi bera pdncjiaicc O T)|iuini Ine^xlainn 
1 nUllcaitS einfi 'Djioiche'D ora, acuf Tjiai^ baile T)uine 

LibeH, tnafirfiaDai^he. 

8ewacTl, faccapT:, Cille ni6i|ie. 5^nia'5 i bfiomnpionn bfiec, 
fifiix en^uicc luCaiii, mic Lii§na, a rhdrai|i, aciif ^oma'oh e^y^m 
8enach ^afibh. 

Caoimlie, CClbanach, 6 Chill Chaoimhe. 

ewost^CCM, Cluana 'oiiniha. 

[Oallus ; Malachiaa. — MaHan, ] 

3. p. TeRno N0MCC8 MouembRia 3. 

tncclcccTllCCS, .1. TTIaolmao'Docc Ua tnofi^aiji, difiT) efpucc £ar- 
aifie pdrxfiaicc, acuf aificenT) lafiraiji Bofipa, acuf legaii: 
corhafiba petxaiyi, acuf aoinclien'o fio fiiafiai^^hfior 5«o^'&^l 
acuf 5^1 II, afi-ofxioi inn-eccna acuf i ccfidBo^, lochfianT) 
folafra no poillfi^he'oh ruarha acuf eccalfa rfiia poificeral 
acuf caoin^nioTTia. CCo^aifie raifiif e na hecclaifi co coircenn. 
lafi n-oi|\'Dne'5 v6 efpucc acuy^ faccafii:, acuf ae^a ^acha 
5fidix)h ajicena, acuf layi coifpeacca^ rempal acuf fieilcce'oh 
nionroa, acuf lafi n'oenarti ^ach luBjia ecclafraccoa co 
hioni'5a; lafi Txio^nacal feotx acuf bit) "oo lEftenaitS acuf tk) 
rfiua^aiU; lafi Cpo6ucca'& ceall acuf mamifrfiec, a|i af leif- 
fiuni po harnua^ai^hri i nGfiinT) lafi na Cpailliucca^ 6 cein 
mdifi ^ach necclaif po leiccui a ppaill acuf in eiflif. lap 
bpdgtSail ^ach |\ia|la, acuf ^ach foiBef a in ecclaif na bBfienn 
aficena. Ifin 'oafia pecc a le^di-oecca |io pai'oh a fpifioc 

^lA/e of Patrick. That is, fhe Tripartite Life, to which, Lib. ui. c 30, as divided by 
Colgan, the text refers. Trias Thaum., p. 156 a. (R.) 

• The Albanan. That is, of Alba, the modem Scotland. (R.) 

^Chuun Damha. After this, the later hand adds, ^^ GaUm^ MaiachiaSy — Marian.'' 
Malachi O'Morgair died on the 2nd of November, af. which day, in conformity with fact. 


3air£ Bochana, Widow. 

LiUGHAiDH, son of Aenghus, son of Nadfraech, son of Core, son of 
Lughaidh. This Aengbus was king of Munster. It was through 
his foot Patrick thrust his crozier, when he was baptizing him 
and blessing him, as the Life of Patrick' states. He was of 
Druim-Inesclainn in Ulster, between Droichead-atha and 
Traigh-bhaile of Dun-Dealgan, 

Liber, the Martyred 

Senach, Priest, of Cill-m6r. Broinsech Breac, sister of Bishop 
lubhar, son of Lughna, was his mother ; and he may be Senach 

Caoimhe, the Albanan,^ of Cill-Chaoimhe. 

Enostan, of Cluain Diimha' 

[Gallus; Malachias. — Marian.] 


Malachias, Le., Maelmaod6g Ua Morgair, archbishop of the 
chair of Patrick, and head of the west of Europe, and Legate of 
the successor of Peter, and the only head whom the Gaels and 
the Galls of Erin obeyed ; chief doctor in wisdom and in piety ; a 
bright lamp which enlightened territories and churches through 
instruction and good deeds. The faithful shepherd of the 
general church. After having ordained bishops and priests, and 
persons of every rank generally, and after having consecrated 
many churches and cemeteries, and after having performed 
every kind of ecclesiastical work generally ; after having be- 
stowed jewels and food upon the mighty and the poor; after 
having founded churches and monasteries, — for it was by him 
were repaired all the churches that had been neglected and 
slighted from times remote ; after having left every rule and 
every good custom established in the church of Erin generally. 
It was on his second appointment as Legate he resigned his 

lie is commemorated in Marian 0'Gorman*8 Calendar. Ttic present compilation, however, 
t>lace8 his fef«tival at the 3n1, that being the day to which it was transferred, as the 2nd was 
preoccupied by the commemoration of All Souls, See Four Mn»tens An. 1 148. (K.) 

296 pelme wcc Mccomt) weReMMacli. [nov. 4. 

'Docum nimhe lafi mbeirh ceichfie bba'&na 'oecc ma pfiioniai'Dh 
1 nCCfi'DTnacha, acuf ifin ce€|iaTnha'& blia'bain caoccccc aaoifi, 
CCnno *Oomiiii an ran |io pai'o a fpifior i mainifcifi Cla|xauali|^ 
1 pPfian^caiC, 1148. 

CotlO'Ollcafl, abb pobhaiji, CCnno TDomini 706. 

CORCUNU'CCCM, 6 'Dhoifie ei'finech,. i. T)oifie na pplann i nGo§an- 
achr ChaifiL 

mum'olieccbticciH, eccnai'b o T)hife|iT: mui|\T)ebfia i ntlitS Co- 
nuill 5^t5fia. T)o ^eiBcefi TDui^i'DealSaiii, mac Cuanain, a|i 
fliocr 1|ieil, mic Conuill Cefinai§. [CCf aip beifireyi tnuiyi- 
'oealach iniu§, acuf i ninif Bo^hain aca a cheall acu]^ a 

CccomllCCM, Bnaigrfiuim i Laoi^if, i nlafiraii Lai^en. T)o fiol 
LaCfia^a Luific, ai|iT)fii Gfienn 'oo. [bjiaraiji "do Caoinfigin 
5Linn 'oa locha. Marian.] 


CccomlcccTi, 6 Rairhin. 
lappccN, Cluana CCirh^ein. 
bneMcnMN, ^l-^^r '^^ colprha. 
mo e^O, Inp Conaill. 

mocccomtiocc, ailirifi. 

CCC1H1C1N. [Cifiicin, secundum MaHan.] 

bntlSllCCCll. 5^nia'Dh e f o bpu^ach, mac ^he-ona, ara vo f Iioct^ 

Colla 'oa cfiioc. 

4. 'g. pRi'Die NOMas NouembRi^. 4. 

'Cl^lieTiMCCctl, T)oi|iG nielle. TTlella ainm a Thdiaji, acuf "Dob 

1 fin nfidrai|i Chainni^ facayir. 
bRi08T:a:t4, [no bipfran,] epfcop. 
CcaiccM, faccapr. 
[^ll'OCC^. Marmn,] 

» A.D. 706. Tliis h the ilate of hi» obit in the Annals of Uli^ter, where, instead of 
Conodor Fobair obHty O'Conor has printed Cinedo rex Fobiar obiit! (R.) 

^Are. That in, his church is situate and hiis holiday kept. (O'D.) The paragraph in 
biackets refers to the necond Muirdcabhair only. (R.) 


ipirit to heaven, after having been fourteen years primate at 

brd-Macha, and in the fifty-fourth year of his age. The year 

f the Lord when he resigned his spirit in the monastery of 

/laravallis, in France, was 1148. 

^ODHAR, Abbot, of Fobhar, A.D. 706.' 

EtcuNUTAN, of Doire-Eidhneach, i.e., of Doire-na-fflann, in 

lloghanacht Chaisil. 

IRDEABHAIR, the Wise, of Disert Muirdebra, in Ui-Conaill- 

Sabhra. We find a Muirdeabhair, son of Cnanan, of the race 

►^ Irial, son of Conall Ceamach. [It is he that is called Muir- 

lealach at the present day, and in Inis Eoghain his church and 

lis holiday are.*] 

SMHAN, of Eanach-Truim, in Laoighis, in the west of Leinster. 

le was of the race of Labhraidh Lore, monarch of Erin, 

xiid brother of Caoimhghen of Gleann-da-locha.' Ma/tian.^ 


m:blach, of Raithin. 

**-AN, of Cluain-aithghein. 

^AiNN, of Glais-da-Colptha. 

Ego, of Inis-ConailL 

Haemhog, Pilgrim. 

^^CiN [Ciricin, secuiidurn Marian.*] 

^Hach. This may be Bi-ughach, son of S^dna, who is of the 

•^ of Colla-da-chri6ch. 



^^KNACH, of Doire-Melle. Mella was the name of his mother, 

^ she was the mother also of Cainnech the priest. 

^^TAN, [or Birstan,*] Bishop. 

^K, Priest. 

^AS. Marmnu8.^\ 

^^^vm-da-locha. The paragraph in brackets is in the later hand, with the word 

••* annexed, as the authority for it. (R.) 

^'''ian. The addition in brackets is in the later hand. (R.) 

^ ^r»tnn. This is an interlinention over liriosfnn, in the original hand. (R.) 

^riantis. This entry is in the later hand. (R.) 

298 pelme Ma Mccomli MeneMMacli. [nov. 8. 

5. CC M0M18 MOuembRia 5. 

ColmocM, ^inne T)ealTnaic, i TTlai^h Rai^hne i nOnT^^§^'5. 



CuilLeccMM, Cluana huamanach. 

CcciM'oeTl, in^en Caoldin, 6 Rinn tlallaiu 



6. b. occccuo I'ous MOuembRia 6. 

CROMCCM, abb bennchaiji. 

P6T)bcciR, 6^1i, 6 borhaiB eich uaicmch, i 'Cifi ficrcha. 
OCe'DlKXN, mac Col^an, o Laiiin abaich, i ntILTX)ibh. 
[maoLccN. Mar.] 

7. C. sepnmo i-ous Mouembnie. 7. 

ColmccM, oyhh\i, o Inif IHocIioIttiocc. 
So'oalcccli, aii5coi|ii. 

8. X>. 8eAX0 I'Dus MouembRia 8. 

bdciRRpiOMM, mac CCeDha, 6 CCchooh chaiUren, i nUibh *Opona, 
pjii befiUa aniafi i nllibh ReiT^he, ppi LeiT-hgliiTD a n'oeap. 
T)o fliocr 6ach'&ach pinn puar^h hCCi|ir a Bpml b|ii§ir "06. 

Cotuim, mac CCe'oha, o ChuiL Twxmhain. 

CCb'Dia, mac UoDach. 


1 Mariamu, The words in brackets are in the Uter hand. (R.) 

^Cromm. The later hand inserts in the line before this, ^^Winocns, Marian,,** for 
Marianus 0*Gonnan has a Uinnoctiy* at this day. * (R.) 

^Bmnchar, There is subjoined, in the later hand, Florwt attno 689, nommatui tttm in 
tpiitola JoanniM 4 Papa^ etcetera^ referring to the superscription of the epistle preserved 
in Bede, HisL Eccl. ii. 19. (R.) 



N, of Glenn-Dealmliaic, in Magh Raighne, in Osi-aighe. 


2ANN, of Cluain-hUamanach. 

ER, daughter of Caelan, of Biim-hAllaidh. 


NA. Marianua.^] 


lN,' Abbot, of Bennchor.' 

JR, Virgin, of Botha-eich Uaichnich,* in Tir-B&tha. 
IN, son of Colga, of Lann-Abhaich, in Uladh. 
JIN. 3faria7iu8.^] 



LN, Pilgrim, of Iiiis-Mocholin6g. 
ACH, Anchorite. 


FIONN, son of Aedh, of Achadh Chaillten, in Ui-Drona, to 

west of the Bearbha, in Ui-Reithe, to the south of Leith- 

n. He is of the race of Eochaidh Finn-Fuath-Airt, from 

•m Brighit is descended, 

[, son of Aedh, of Cuil-Damliain. 

, son of Uodach. 


hfdch. Over this u written, as an emendation, in the later hand, fiairni^, the 
In Mariannfl being 6 t)otaib eich |iaiclini^ i TXiyi |iata, * of Botha- eich-raich- 
Tir Ratha.' (R.) 
'\anns. This entry is in the lat«T hand. (K.) 

300 pelme mcc iiocomli tieHewMcccti. [nov. 0. 

9. 6. QUitiro 1*0118 tiouembTiis. 9. 

beMl'SNUS, .1. benen, mac Seifcneni, 'oefcipiil pdrfiaicc, acuf a 
coTTiafiba, .i. pfiiomai'Dh CCji'Da THacha, t)o fliocr Cein, mic 
Oiliolla Oluim v6. ^c&elB, in§en Ccrchaoifi mic pei'olimi'Dh 
pji u|i§laiy* T)o Lai§Tiil5 a mdrai|i. ba coiiit)iiiciI ba cjidiB- 
reach an ri naoim benen. ba ho^h ^an eilne-o a o^acca 
|iiamh. CCfi an ran ba pfailmceclai'b eifiomh i nCCfi'o THacha 
1 maille \ie a mai^ifnfi naomh pdrfiaicc Ho chayiafcaifi 
Oaficnar;, in^en T)ai|ie benen, |\o ^aC ^alap i ^afi lafioni co 
Cpuaifi bdp CO hopann, acuf rucc benen uifcce coifepcra 
chuice 6 pharfiaicc acuf fio cfioirh uip^ie, acuf po eipi§ o^^ 
beo plan, acup t)0 |;pd'Dhai§ ^o ppipar;alra e lappin, acup vo 
col's pi lapani co pdrpaicc, acup po a-oaitn a buile peacrha 
v6f acup po e'ohbaip a hoi^e lappin t)o T)ia co n'Deachai'5 'oo 
chum nimhe, acup po mopa'o ainm *0e, pharpaicc, acup 
beineoin rpiT) pin. 

benen, mac 8epcnen, mic Cein, mic Oiliolla Oluim, ere, 
acup Soi-oealB, in§en Carhaoip TTIoip, a mdrhaip, 'oo peip a 
Cerhai'fe pein, cap. 2. 

'Ccch'^y mac Cein, pi ppep mbpeg in ran pin, ipe 'oo oil mac 
a '5eapl5pdrap, .i. benen, mac 8epcnen, mic Cein, cap. 3, acup 
ap 'ChdD^ pu^a^ benen 50 pdrpaicc 50 hi nip parpaicc, 
cap. 3. 

8lMectl, 6 Cluain Leichren^aDh, o^h. S^niaT) "oo pliocr TTIaine, 
mic Weill naoi^allais "di, no 'oo pliocr Cuipb Ulunn, mic 
Pep^apa, mic Hopa. 

pMMaeccctl, o^h, 6 Cpuachan TTlaishe aCna. 

BCCRMCCC, o^h, in^en CCe-oha, a "Cip 111 dine. 

J Cian. The dencent of St. Benen is more correctly given among the Saints' pedigrees 
in the Book of Lecan, " Benen, son of Sescnen, psalmist to Patrick, of the Cianachta of 
Glenn Gemhin, of the race o/Tadhg, son of Cian, son of Oilill Olum." Benen was a child 
in 482, and therefore could not be the grandson of Cian, who was slain, as the Four Masters 
relate^ in the year 241. Possibly the mark .^., i.e., Nota, in the margm, opposite thi» 
passage, may be intended to invite criticism. (R.) 

« Tndhg^ son of Cian. O'Clcrj- has shown sad want of judgment in transferring to his 



Benignus, i.e., Benen, son of Sescn^n, disciple of Patrick, and his 
successor, that is, Primate of Ard-Macha. He was of the race 
of Cian, son of OilioU Olum. Sodelbh, daughter of Cathaoir, son 
of Feidlilimidh Firurghlais, of Leinster, was his mother. The 
holy Benen was benign, was devout ; he was a virgin without 
ever defiling his virginity ; for when he was psalm-singer at Ard- 
Macha along with his master, St. Patrick, Earcnat, daughter of 
Daire, loved him, and she was seized with a disease, so that she 
died suddenly; and Benen brought consecrated water to her 
from Patrick, and he shook it upon her, and she arose alive and 
well, and she loved him spiritually afterwards, and she subse- 
quently went to Patrick and confessed all her sins to him, and 
she offered her virginity afterwards to God, so that she went 
to heaven ; and the name of God, of Patrick, and of Benen, was 
magnified through it. 

Benen was the son of Sescn^n, who was the son of Cian,* son 
of Oilioll Olum, &c., and Sodhealbh, daughter of Cathaoir M6r, 
was his mother, according to his own Life, chap. 2. 

Tadhg, son of Cian,' was the king of the men of Bregia at 
that time ; it was he that nursed his brother's son, i.e., Benen, 
son of Sescndn, son of Cian, chap. 3, and it was Tadhg that 
brought Benen to Patrick at Inis-Patrick, chap. 3. 

SiNECH, of Cluain Leith-teangadh, Virgin. She was either of the 
race of Mdinfe, son of Niall of the Nine Hostages, or of the race 
of Corb XJlom, son of Fergus, son of Ross. 

FiNNSEACH, Virgin, of Cruachan Maighe-abhna. 

Sarnat, Virgin, daughter of Aedh, in Tir-Maine. 

pages sach a statement as is made in this paragraph. Tadhg, son of Cian, was engaged in 
the battle of Crinna, and for his services therein, received, in the year 226, the territory 
in Bregia, which was afterwanls called by the tribe name, derived from his father, Cian- 
achta. He must, therefore, have lived 206 years more in order to have done what is here 
stated. The Life of St. Benen here cited seems to have been compiled by a most reckless or 
ignorant biographer. Farther, the memoir <>f St Patrick, in the Book of Armagh, which 
is the earliest authority on the subject, states that St. Patrick found Benignus with his 
father Sesceneus, — fol. i) 6 «. (R.) 

302 veLme Ma McconiTi NeRetiiiacti. [nov. 10. 

Lcn68e, o^h, 6 Cluam LomTnain. 
CCe'OllMCCT:, mgen Loichem. 


10. 1?. cruccR'co I'ous MouembHia. 10. 

CCO'Oll, mac bfiic, epfcob, o Chill diji i THi'Dhe, acuf 6 8hliabh 
Liacc 1 rT^iji bo^cnne, i cCenel ConcnlL T)o fliocr piachach, 
mic M6ill naoi^iallcn^ "do. CCoif C|iifc an ran |io pai-B a 
fpijioc 'DO cum nimhe, 588. 

^neccLlccM, 6 CfiaoiC ^T^eallam, i cConnacTxnU, i naifirheji 
niai^e iui|icc. CuilUn, mac Caijibjie cluaifDeifi^ 'oo LaigniB 
a aCaifi, acuf Bichne ainm a mdcafL In aim^^fi pdqacncc fio 
jeinecrB fomh, 'oo jieifi a Berhai'S pein, cap. 1. ba 'oeifcipul 
T)o pdqfiaicc e, cap. 2. CC|^ e po acCe6ai§ Go^an 8piaC, mac 
T)uach 5^lai§ a bdp an ran po ba naoi'oh e, coni'o ona 
fpiaCattS 'Dia Bacaill rucc pop a copp ogd airhtSeouga^ po 
hammnije-fi Go^an 8piabh "Be. CCrtiail ap pollap ipin t^pep 
cap. "DO 6euhai'& gl^eallain. • 

pOM'omccc, eppcop. 

taesliame, eppcop Cluana cpemha. 

^OetiBCce'Dli, eppcop. 

CICCRCCM, eppcop ^loppac mac Wen n a. 

THocTiTiuaroocli, OCipDne Coluim. 


Cccol CRcnbli'oecccli. 


peRSTiccs, Inpi Inepccloinn pop Loch Sipne. 

SO'OTieccLbli, ogh, acup Cen ainm a baile i mui^h Conaille. CCji 
pliochr Cachaoip m6ip, dip'opi 6penn, 'do Lai^niB ^oi'oealbh. 

OSNCCC, 65h. Mo OCpnaD, vo cenel Gogain, mic MeilU 

1 Hit own Ufa, There is a paper copy of it in one of the Brussels Irish MSS., and 
another in the collection of the Royal Irish Academy, from which a long extract is given 
by 0* Donovan in the Tribes and Customs of Hy>Many, pp. 8-18. (R.) 


liAlssE, Virgin, of Cluain-Lommaiii. 
-Aedhnat, daughter of Loich^n. 
MocHONNA Beg. 



Aedh, son of Breac, Bishop, of Cill-Air, in Meath, and of Sliabh 
liag, in Tir-Boghaine, in Cinel-Conaill. He was of the race of 
Piachaidh, son of Niall of the Nine Hostages. The age of Christ 
when he sent his spirit to heaven was 588. 

3r££ALLAN, of Oaebh-Greallain, in Connacht, in the east of Magh 
Luirg. Cuillin, son of Cairbre Cluais-derg, of the Lagenians, 
was his father, and Eithne the name of his mother. In the time 
of St. Patrick he was bom, according to his own Life,^ chap. 1. 
He wafi a disciple of Patrick, chap. 10. It was he that resus- 
citated Eoghan Sriabh, son of Duach Qalach, from death, when 
he was a child, so that it was from the stripes of his crozier, 
which he impressed on his body in resuscitating him, that he 
was called Eoghan Sriabh,^ as is evident in the third chapter of 
Greallan's life. 

S^ONNMAC, Bishop. 

[liAEOHAiRE, Bishop, of Cluain Creamha. 

Dergaedh, Bishop. 

II!iARAN, Bishop, of Tioprat-mac-Nenna. 

MocHRUADOCH, of Airdne-Coluim. 


Cael Craebhtheach. 


Terous, of Inis Inesclainn, in Loch Eime. 

SoDHEALBH, Virgin; and C^n is the name of her place in Magh 

Conaille. Sodhealbh was of the race of Catbaoir M6r, monarch 

of Erin, who was of the Lagenians. 
OsNAT, Virgin, or Asnad, of the race of Eoghan, son of NiaJl. 

^Sriabk, Thht\&,'' Striped.'' 

304. pelme ncc mccottiIi MeuetiMacti. [nov. 12. 


11. ^. reRrio i"Dti8 MoueiTibRis. 11. 

CompRe, epfcop 6 Chml Hairhin, mac T)ecill, mic M(rD]^ltiaig, 

DO fiol Ifieoil, mic Coninll Ceiiiiai^. 
CHUim'clieR, T)omhnui5h moip, acuf ^oma-o eifein Cfiuimrhefi 

Ciafian, crcd vo fliocT: Colla menn. 
muHStial .1. mili-fe Cfiifr. 
Cromccm, mac 81111II. CCeif Cfiifr:, 6(54?. CCza C|iondn, mac 

8inill, a|i fliocx: Com'Ofii, mic pe|i§afa, mic Rofa, mic Kwh- 

fiai^e, T)o fieifi an naoimf encafa. 
IDtlbtlOCM, faccafiT:. "Oo Lai^niB 'oo, acuf 'oe^iCtSyidraiia 7)0 

*Ohamhdn, 6 Chluain po-oa, a Bpo-o mop e. ITlefaim ^Ufiab 

6 fo an "OutSdn vo cuai-fe afi aon la TTlolin^ 'oNajiyiai'D mairhme 

na bofiaiTtie, aitiail a'Deijx TTIolin^ pein : — 

In main qfiiaji na rafiaill cef, 
■Do fia^ar lenif a jxem lef , 
■Otibcac, "Ouban, "oiclif b|i6n, 
CCcuf Ctjon 6 Cluain ni6ift. 


12. OC. pTii"Die TOus NouembRi^. 12. 

CuimmiN PCDCC, mac piachna, epfcop Cluana pepra b|ienaiiiTi. 
CCcoh a cev ainm 'oiliof, acuf "Ofiinm va lirep ainm a t5aile. 
*Oo fliocx: Cuipc, mic L6i§Dech, mic Oiliolla piainn bice, mic 
Pacach TTIuillerain, mic Bo^hain TTloip, mic Oiliolla Oluini 
T)6, acuf Himh a 'oeifiBfiup pein ba mdcaip "oo, amail ay 
pollaf ma Bex^hai'B. TTIiT)e an 65b naomra "oo ba buime •do. 
Leafcap n-eccna a aimpipe an peppa. Ppoiceprai'o eap^na 
bp6iq[ie T)6. CCeip Cpipc an ran po pai-oh a ]^ipar "oo cum 
nimhe, 661. 

1 SinelL The name (in the genitive) is 4>V/w« in tlie AiniaU of Ul>ter, and Silne^ in the 
Four Masters, at 664. (R.) 





CoiRPRE, Bishop, of C6il-Raithin, son of Decill, son of Nadsluagh, 

of the race of Trial, son of Conall Ceaniach. 
Cruimhther, of Domhnach-m6r, and he may be Cruimhther 

Ciaran, who is of the race of Colla Menn. 
MuRGHAL, i.e., a soldier of Chiist. 
Cronan, son of Sinell,^ A.D. 664. There is a Cronan, son of Sinell, 

of the race of Coindri, son of Fergus, son of Ross, son of Rudh- 

raighe, according to the Naomh-senchus. 
DuBHAN, Priest. He was of the Lagenians, and brother of Dam- 

hdn, of Cluain-foda, in Fiodh-m6r. I think that this is the 

DuLhdn who went along with Moling to ask for the remission 

of the Borumha, as Moling himself says : — 

" Dear the throe who faced the difficulty, 
Who will go with mo, for my welfare, 
Dubthach, Dubhan, who conceals sorrow. 
And Cnan of Cluain-mor." 


12. a. pridie idus novembris. 12. 

CuiMMiN FoDA,* son of Fiachna, Bishop, of Cluainferta-Brenainn. 
Aedh was his first proper name, and Drum-dd-liter was the 
name of his place. He was of the race of Core, son of Lughaidh, 
son of OilioU Flannbeg, son of Fiacha Muillethan, son of Eoghan 
M6r, son of Oilioll Olum. And Rim, his own sister, was his 
mother, as is evident from his own Life. Mide, the holy virgin, 
was his nurse. This man was the vessel of wisdom of his time. 
He was the learned preacher of the word of God. The age of 
Christ when he resigned his spirit to heaven was 661. 

« Foda. That is, " the TaU." See Book of Hymns, pp. 84, 89. (R.) 

306 velme na Mccomti tietietitKccli. [nov. 13. 

CC'Deifi an femleaBaji TYiemiiaim a 'oubap^: o^ bfiipc, 1*^ 
Peb., acuf o^ pdqiaicc, 17 mayiT:., 50 yiaiBe Cuimin poT>a 
cofTYiail a TTiBefaiB, acuf a mbearaTD fie ST^i]?oifi Tnoftaluim. 

pOMMCtlcrotl, epfcop Chille pofi^a. TDevaim ^U]iab e 1^0 efpucc 
Ponncha'oh 6 Cill afi^a 1 mOpeipTie 110c vo raiyin^ifi TTIolaip, 
aniail ruiccrefi 1 mberhai'5 TTIolaifi, cap. 18. "Oo bennai^e-ft 
la TTIolaifi efpucc ponncha'ob 1 mbfioinn a Ttidrafi ifin, cap. 

mcawctieN, abb Lif moip. 

SlNeccll, mac TTIianai^h, 6 Claoin ini]\ po|x Loch ^pne. 

Ornin, mac Pionnchain, abb Leirh^linne. 

*OcCMetn, 6 "Opuim lerhain. 

TTlOCOp, Chille moipe. Oirhne, in^en Choncpai-D, a ihdraifi, 

acuf mdrcaip mopdin vo naomaiC 01 le. 
'Chi meic epccc, 6 "Oapmai^h. 

LoMCCM, Caille llailleach. 

CCM^tias, 65h, in§en bhpepail, 6 Cpuaich CCngaip. 
bniBll, o^h. T)U'CtlRactlt:. 6 Chill mume v6y\y 
me'Ctieccl cticcol, o^h, 6 T)ipepT: TTlcrhle caoile, 1 pepaiB CCfiT>a. 

13. b. iT)ibii8 MouembRi8. 13. 

CcalllN, mac Micrcach, eppcob po'ohnacha tTlai^he Hem. "Oo 
pliocT: Conmaic, mic pep^ajxt, mic Ro]^a, mic Hu^pai^e -do, 
acup T)ei'Di, in^en Cp^na, mic T)u15rhai5h hui Lii^^aip, a 
mdraip. CCT)eip bera TTIae'Dhoi^ pepna, cap. 14, ^iipab 'oalra 
poipce'oail "00 Caillin TnacDho^. CCp e an Caillin pi rpa t)o 
pi|ne ail piopx: nartipa ap na 'Dpaoi'5it5 po pai-o Vep^na, mac 
pep^apa, pi bpeipne, (arhaip CCoDha pi 11 11,) ina acchai-o an 
can porpiall poruccha'B pio-ohnacha ^o po poaT)h 1 cclochail5 
na 'opaoi'Be po cerx6ip, acupmapair beop ma ccoipcibh clocli, 

^ 0/the Morals. An epithet applieil to S. Gregory the Gieat in reference to his Libri 


The old- vellum-book which is mentioned at Brighit, Ist of 
February, and at Patrick, 17th of March, states that Cuimin 
''oda was, in his habits and life, like unto Gregory '*of the 

►NNCHADH, Bishop, of Cill Forga. I think that this is Bishop 
rionnchadh, of Cill-Arga, in Breifne, whom Molaisse predicted, 
A is understood from the Life of Molaisse, chap. 18. Bishop 
iTioimchadh was blessed })y Moling in his mother's womb, 
iame chapter. 

XNCHEN, Abbot, of Lism6r. 

"ELL, son of Mianach, of Claoin-inis, in Loch Eime. 
>^IN, son of Fionnchan, Abbot, of Leith-ghlinn. 
^fEM, of Diniim-lethain. 

'-"^OP, of Cill-m6r. Eithne, daughter of Conchradh, was his 
mother, and the mother of many other saints. 
' THREE SONS OF Erc, of Darmaigh. 
A:n, of Cill-Uailleach. 


'Has, Virgin, daughter of Brea^^al, of Cruach Anghais. 
^H, Virgin. DuTHRACHT. They are of Cill-muine. 
*Heal Chaol, Virgin, of Disert-Methle-Caoile, in Fir-Arda. 


Llin, son of Niatach, Bishop, of Fiodhnacha of Magh Rein. 
3e was of the race of Comnac, son of Fergus, son of Ross, son 
rf Rudhraighe ; and Deidi, daughter of Tren, son of Dubhthach 
Mac Ua Lughair, was his mother. Tlie Life of Maedh6g, of 
Fema, states, chap. 14?, that Maedhog was a school pupil of 
Caillin. This was the Caillin who performed the famous mira- 
cle on the Druids, whom Fergna, son of Fergus, king of Breiftie, 
the father of Aedli Finn,) sent against him when he commenced 
,he erection of Fiodhnach, on which occasion he turned the 
>niids into stones at once, and they still remain in the shape 

aHum^ or Ejitosltio in Librum beati Job^ the firat of his compositions in his collected 
cs. (R.) 

X 2 

308 pelme mcc Mccomti weTieNtJcccli. [nov. u. 

arhail aifnei'5ef a Bera, acuf fio fluicc an Txrlarii an ju 
pefi^na peifin. ba caol cyiaib'&each an n naomh Chailbii. 
ba h6§, ba hionnfiaic ba he an reine laf arhail VTi lojXJcaD^ 
in^innn-fee T)e, acuf na heccail]^; ba he an niuip5anr\vi- 
^a-D 1 pefiraibh, acuf a miofibaiblj. 
Ncatl'Dl'Dtl, epixjop, Chille x^omo i TTli'Dhe. *Oo fliocr 0\\^^^^ 
mic Neill 'DO. 


loaiN, Li|' moifu 

O'DtlCcnMOT', 6 "Ohtiuim mic pepaDhaigh. 
enwiM, mac T)uibh. 
TTlaoL'oei'cti, mac "Otioi^hm. 
[paiRbHlsll. Mar.] 
ColmccN, miiiT^e eo. Mar.] 
MSSOCRy CCchai'oh beirhe, in^en Honain, mic NinneT)ticc ^ '^ 

flioCx: Oo^hain, mic Neill; acuf T)uBlacha, in^en T)uintip "^^^ 

TTlufichaDha, in^en fii^ Lai^en a mo^aifi, vo jieip a berh 

pein ifin ceT) caibi'oil. 
pccoiLeWT), ingen Oogain OCi-bne, mic Oach-bach, mic Dorhi, 




14. C. 'oeciTno oct^ccuo cat. •oecembTiis. 

piNWaclltxr, mac T)iincha*a, fii Gfienn. CCf e |io mai€ 
|iomha vo TTIolin^ Luachfia, .i. von epfcop naomh. *Oo 
Ck)naill Cfiemramne, mic N^ill vo pinnachca. 

tccbtinas, difi'oepixiop OCT:ha clioch. topcan T^tia€ail a 
ainm. T)o pliofe Cachaoip TTloip tk). 

C0M8T:ccn8, paccapx: acuf an^coipe, 6 6o imp, pop Loch 6i 




1 nllllTOitS, CC? T)\ 777. T>o piol CoUa Uaip, mic each*--*^ 
*Ooimlen, dip'opi Gpenn tk). 

1 i7« L(/e. Of which a copy in Irish exists in the Book of Fenagh, *""**'''*^^j^ 
vellam from the original, by the late Dr. O'Donovan, and presen-ed in the ooIlectioDfl^ 
Royal Irish Academy. (R.) 

* Markmus. This entry is in the later hand. (R.) 

» Mariamu, This parajipraph, from Marian 0*6omuin, is supplied by the later hini C / 



of standing stones, as his Life* relates; and the earth swallowed 
up king Fergna himself The holy Caillin was an attenuated 
pious man ; he was a vii-gin ; he was chaste ; he was a burning 
fire to bum the persecutors of God and of the church ; he was a 
sea without ebbing in signs and miracles. 

Nainnidh, Bishop, of Cill-Toma, in Meatb. He was of the race 
of Enna, son of Niall. 


JoAiN, of Lism6r. 


Odharnat, of Druim-Mic-Feradhaigh, 

Ernin, son of Dubh. 

Maeldeith, son of Droighen. 

[Fairbrigh. Marianus.'^] 

[CoLMAN, of Magh-eo. Marianus,^] 

Lassar, of Achadh-beithe, daughter of Ronan, son of Ninnidh, of 
the race of Eoghan, son of Niall ; and Dubhlacha, daughter of 
Donn, son of Murchadh, daughter of the king of Leinster, was 
liLs mother, according to his own Life in the first chapter. 

Faoilenn, daughter of Eoghan Aidhne, son of Eochaidh, son of 
Dathi, son of Fiachm. 


FiNNACHTA, son of Dunchadh, king of Erin. It was he that re- 
mitted the Bonimha* for Moling Luachra, i.e., the holy bishop. 
Finnachta was of the race of Conall Creamthainn, son of Niall. 

Labhras,* Archbishop of Ath-cliath. Lorcan O'Tuathail was his 
first name. He was of the race of Cathaoir M6r. 

Coxstans, Priest and Anchorite, of Eo-inis, in Loch Eime, in 
Uladh, A.D. 777.^ He was of the race of Colla Uais, son of 
Eochaidh Doimhlen, monarch of Erin. 

< Borumha. That is, cow tribute. See 0*Donoyan*s note on St. MoHng, in AnnaU of 
Four Mast, An. 096. (R.) Fragment* of Irish Annals, p. 93, sq. (T.) 

' Labhras. Or Laurentius, as the name is Latinized. (R.) 

^ A.D. 777. The Four Masters omit his name, but at this year, in the Annals of 
I'lslcr, we finrl Conttant, Mapieru Lochn nEime qnievit, (R.) 

310 pelme net ticconiti tieReinicfcTi. [nov. ic. 

mi llieic T)ubtlT:liai5ll, .1. Vacbrna, 6 Clnll T:otna, ^abhjiaii, 

aciri^ Oubel, an Dia]^ oile. 
CormcCM, Inp HlocbolTTiocc, 1 nUibb 6neacblai]» 1 n-iaiira^x 


[Ormi, jioba jia^cenn ]ncg:;bla.] 

15. T). 'oecimo sepniTio cccl. "oeceiiibma 15. 

TTloctilaoiMe, eapjxiop. 

CONMCnr:, abb Li^ moiii, (C^ T)\ 759. 

muslKXlM, 05b, in^en efic, 1 8leb T)ionn. 


16. e. sexco "oecniio cccl. "oeceiiibRia 16. 

CURCCCCll, St^ecqiai^be. 
meic CCCOlcciM, 6 THucuiit: mo]!. 
niOCtlOtlMCf, mac pomilo^ba. 
pOMtiT:a:ni, LemcboiUe. 

THi'DCC, mac tHaoil. 

[CCOT)!!, mac bpic, "00 |ieifi a Berbai-o ^y aiini§ ora a peiL ge 
nacb 7)0 \ie^\ na bpele|iea'&.] 

' West It should be ai^xtep^ * east' These two i>oint8 are very often confounded in 
Irish topography. See pp. 124» 130, 136, supra, (R.) 

* Machud. To this name is subjoined, in Roman hand, Hoc (hie) die sequeiUi colitur 
prope Antuerpiam in loco sepulcri; in pago Ganbhci sunt reliquiae. Mar. O'Gorman has 
peit niochtJCi, 'festival of Mochutus/ on the 14th; but his day in the Continental 
Calendars is the 15th, as here stated. Gemblacum or Gemblours, in Brabant, is the place 
where his relics were preserved, according to Sigebertus Gemblacensis, but St. Maloes, in 
Brittany, is a local reconl of his name under the form Maclovius. See Molanua, p. 51 6, 
and Acta SS. at Sept. 16. (R.) 

> Jiule. The words in brackets are in the later hand, and borrowed from Mar. O'Gorman, 
where they or<-urtbus: — 

Conynrani* 0|ini ctrnem 
Roha ^xarbcenn Riaj;l/i. (R) 


The three sons of Dubhthach, i.e., Fachtna, of Cill-Toma; 

Gabhi-an, and Euhel, tlie other two. 
CoLMAN, of Ini8-Mocholm6g, in Ui-Enechlais, in the west' of 




[Ernin, who was a prosperous head of Rule."*] 



Connait, Abbot, of Li8m6r, A.D. 759. 

MuGHAiN, Virgin, daughter of Ere, at Sliabh-Dionn. 


16. e. sexto decimo kal. decembris. 16. 

Curc:ach, of Gregraighe. 
The sons of Caelan, of Mucurt-m6r. 
Mochonna, son of Fionnlogha. 
Fionntain, of Leanihchoill. 
[Midh, son of Mael.*] 

[Aedh, son of Brec. According to his Life* his festival is on this 
day, though not according to the Calendars.®] 

< Mafl. This parngraph is added in a different hand. (R.) 

'^ According to his Life. Not that printed by Colgan, for in it his death Is referred to 
the 4th of the Ides of November, i.e. the 10th of November. Colgan, however, had a 
second Latin Life, diifercnt in style, and more diffuse: possibly it may have been the 
authority here referred to. In the Acta SS. Hibemiic the printed Life is introduced at the 
28th of February, the day on which Colgan states he finds S. Aedns" festival in the 
Martyrology of Sarum, \Vliitford, the Mart Taml., and Mart. Donegal, and that as he had 
the option of two days he chose the earlier. He is, however, incorrect in the statement that 
the Blart. Donegal, i.e., the present compilation, gives this saint's day at Feb. 28, for the 
name doeH not appear here in any form (see p. 58 supra). In the Mart. Tand., however, 
we find, at Feb. 2H, the commemoration (Cotk) itiic f)T\ic, *of Aedh, son of Brec.' (R.) 

• Cakndftrs, The entrj' within brackets is written in a different hand. Bishop Aedh's 
day in this Calendar is the 10th of thin month (p 302, nupm). (R.) 

312 pelme woe wccomti weueNMcccti. [nov. 19. 

17. p. qutMTO "oecimo cat "DeceTTibRi^. 17. 

T)tllleccctl, Clochaifi ppi paolT)fiuiTYi a iroefp i pine ^all, acuf 
Clocha|i T)uilicch ainTYi a Baile, la T:aot5 ShuifiT) Choluim 
chille. T)o fliocx: CoriTYiaic, mic pe|i§afa, mic Roixi, mic 
Ru^fiai-be 'oo. 

CCeM^tia^, .1. buai'Dhbe6, 6 Chill tyi6i|i OCifirbifi pine [a ccionn 
TTlui^he healT:a]. "Oo fiol Ifieil, mic Conuill Cefinai§ vo. 

T)UictlUlll, .1. mo "Oichu. 


[bucaT)ti beo.] 

CCoN^as cawe, 6 Cill moiti. 

18. 'g. cftJCCRTo "oeciTno cccL. 'oecembHis. 18. 

TTlac GRC, Cille achai'ob, epfcop. 

HONCCM, mac befiaicch, 6 T)fiiiim ponnafclain^, [no Inea^xilainii] 

1 cConailliB TTlmyireimne, i nllllroiB. "Do fliocx: Lao^haifie 

mic 1161 II 'DO. 
CHIOT^OCM, o rbuaim mic Cau. 
TTlOCtlONOCC, llamacb. 
tl 11*00:, banabb acuf 05b. 
miO'OtlMCrc, o Cbill liucbame. 
[RomocM nucCNCrotl. Marian.] 

19. OC. 'cenzAO "oecinio cat. "oecembRis. 19. 




1 Magh-taUcu The words within brackets are added in the later hand. (R.) 

* Bumdhbheoy in the later hand, which adds in Latin, Videntur Marian, et alii hunc 

ponere tanqtiam desumpt, ab uEngusio. In Marian and iEngus, the name Buaidkbheo occurs 

simply, without an aliasj which may have 8U||:ge8ted its reinsertion here, though occurring 

a few lines above as another name for Aenghus. In tlie margin opposite is written Vide. 




►uiLEACH, of Cloclmr, to the south of Faeldruim, in Fine Gall; 

and Clochar-Duiligh is the name of his place, which is situate 

by the side of Surd Coluim Cille. He was of the race of Conmac, 

son of Fergus, son of Boss, son of Rudhraighe. 
^ENGHUS, i.e., Buaidhbheo, of Cill-m6r, of Airther Fine [at the 

end of Magh-ea]ta.*] He was of the race of Irial, son of Conall 

)uiCHUiLL, i.e., Mo-Dichu- 



Aenghts Aine,' of Cill-m6r.] 


lAC Ebc, of Cill-Achaidh, Bishop. 

lONAN, son of Berach, of Diniim-Fionnasclaing [or Ineasclainn,^] 

in Conaille Muirtheimhne, in Uladh. He was of the race of 

Laeghaire, son of NialL 
^RIOTAN, of Tuaiin-mic-Cau. 
ffocHONOC, of Uamlia. 
SiLDA,* Abbess and Virgin. 
illODHNAT, of Cill-Liuchaine. 
Roman Ruanadh. Marianus,^] 

9. a. tertio decimo kal. decembbis. 19. 




* Aenffhus Ame. This entry is in the later hand, and taken from Marian., where the 
ne runa — buoTDbeo CCengai* atie. Opposite it in the margin is written Otedcac. (B.) 

^Tneascknnn, This emendation is written over the other name, and is the correct form. (B) 

* Hilda. In the margin is written, bano5 8a|X)na6 i, • she was a Saxon vurgin.' And 
fter the entry is added, in Latin, Vide man Whitford dicii //i6ermim, referring to Bich. 
^hitford's *Mftrtiloge in Knglysshe.* (B.) 

* Mnrianu*. Thin paragraph is in.nertcd in the later hand. (B) 

314 pelme mcc Nccomti NeReNwacli. [nov. 24. 

20. b. "Duo'oecimo ccct 'oecembTiia 20. 

ecc^coMM, epixjop, acuf pfiaoctlcCN, epfcop, 6 bo cluam i 
Laoi§il\ 6 Chluain ei'ohneacb ix>i|i, no o liii]^ mac Bfica. 

21. C. UMT)eciTno cat 'oeceiTibRi^. 21. 

Colli mbcCN, abb, fio bai if in erxdil. 
TTlOCllua, Cluana qiainn. 
CoLmcCM, mac Comain, 6 CCfiamn aiprhip. 
CCe'OtlCCM, mac ConcfiaToh, 6 Cluain Oi-ohnech. 
Bubtiacll, o^b, 6 Chofiann. 


22. T). "oecimo cccl. T)ecenibui^. 22. 

punccotlHCCN, mac ^ctfibfiaerhai^li. 
ICCRltllBtlCC, epfcop. 
ULtxcm, Infi 'oaimli. 
TTIe'Ob, CCp'oachai'Dh. 

neactiTxnN, o^h. 

23. G. nono cccl. "0606111 bnu^. 23. 


24. p. occauo cccl. '06C6iiibTiia 24. 

ColmcCN 'OuibtlCtlllniM, o T)un if na Uen'oaiB, acuf o bliealach 
con§laif ilLai^hniB, acuf 6 lonaDaiB oile examla. 

ClCCNCCN, epfcop T)aimhliacc i mbfiegait), erifi CCrb cliacb acuf 
T)fioiceT: dcba, acuf T)0 fliocu Cbein, mic Oiliolla Oluim "oo, 
CC^ T>1 488. 

* Eascomt. In the margin is written, Ilinc dtrivatur *9. Mnxttvt. Vet. M.^ .1. men 
CCxencia acuf Oafcotin .1. mo CCccencitif . In the MS. Index, under ^c!|»conti, w 
added, Axeniku a quo TTlaxencKl .1. niefconn, Minifying that Maxentius and Maxentia 
are a Latinized form of mo-e^afronn, * M y EaMon.' A Si. Maxentia, V. and M., is 



Bishup, and FiiAECHAN, Bishop, of B6-cliluain, in 
i», to the east of Cluain Eidhneach ; or of Iius-mac-Earca. 


f, ALbot, who was in Italy. 

)f Cluain-erainn. 

on of Coman, of Ara-airthir. 

on of Concradh, of Cluain-Eidhneach. 

Virgin, of Corann. 


iN, son of Garbhi-aethach. 
, Bishop. 
3f Ardachadh. 
N, Virgin. 



)UBHCHUILENN, of Dim in the Reima, and of BeaJach 
lis in Leinster, and of many other places, 
lishop, of Daimhliag, in Bregia, between Ath-cliath and 
t-atha; and he was of the race of Cian, son of Oilioll 
A.D. 488.'^ 

[I in Scotland at th'ia day. See Adam Kind's Calendar, and Allmn Butler. 

The recent hand add.*, "C^^mnan, A/nrian." The .saint*8 name is written 
klarian O'Gornian. (K.) 

316 pelme na Naomti weReNNCCcti. [nov. 25. 

Colmccti, mac Lenine, 6 Chluain uania, i nlliB Licrchain ifiii 
THuTtiaiTi. T)o fiol Oibolla Oluim, mic TTIo'Dha Mucrohou. 
Ho "00 fioL Lfi^hach Lo^ha a -oefiBBiidraiia von Cliolman fo, 
T)o fiei|i an fiomnfi ara ifin T)uaiTi ' Waoirtif encaf naorh 1nyi 
pail/ euc. : — 

Colmcm, mac Leinine, Idin, 
If nioceiTTineocc, mac Cepibdin, 
■Do fiol va bfiocQfi lODfoin, 
Oilill Oluim If Cu5haiT)h. 

CC'DGifi an ceT) leatSa^i t)© be€a pcrcyiaicc, cap. 17, acuf an 
rfief leaBafi, cap. 60, ^u^iab "00 na hu^DafiaiB -do f^tiioB bera 
Paqfiaicc, Colman Uarhach, acuf mefaim ^uyiab e yo an 
Colmdn fin, 6ifi ni fa^aim Colman llamach ele ache e fein. 

tnociMe, mac Bo^hain. J^mcrB e fo TTIaine, mac 6ichin, mic 
6o|ain, crcd vo cenel eo§ain, mic Neill. 

benctlOCM, Infi Rochla po|t Loch Oijine. "Oo fliocr Colla 'oa 
cfiioch T)0. 

boictl, maipfcifu 

25. 'g. sepomo cccl. •oecembRis. 25. 

pONMCtlU, mac ponnlo^a, 6 bfii ^otSann, a tSpefiaiB mui^e peine 
ifin TTlumain. "Oo fliocx: b^iiain, mic Oach-oach TDui^me'Don 
•DO, .1. pionnlo^h, mac ^e^ona, acuf I'onaix:, in^en pioinn Leirh 
'oeifig "DO CiannacT:a 5^inne ^eimin a mdraip, amail a'oeip 
leaBafi me^ Cayichai^ fiiaBai^. CCilBe 1mli§ luBaifi vo baifc 
e. baoi ponnchu feachu mblia-fena in ab-oaine bennchaifi 
lafi Com^all, beia pionncon, cap. 5. ba T)alr:a t)o Com^all 
Ponnchu, acuf if aige T)o fii^ne leipn, cap. 4. 

CCfe an ponnchufa no 6ioT)h go meinic i cayicaip cloiche 

1 Life of 8. Patrick. That is, the Tripartite, and the places referred to here are lib. i., 
cap. 69, and lib. iiu, cap. 99, in Colgan's translation. Trias Thaum., pp. 128 6, 167 a. 


« Amf other Colman UamhacK. This is an oversight The Annals of Ubter, at 724, and 
the Four Masters, at 720, record the death of Colman Uamach, ncrihc of Armagh. 


CoLMAN, son of Lenin, of Cluain-Uamha, in Ui-Liatliain, in Mun- 
ster, of the race of Oilioll Oluim, son of Mogh-Nuadhat. Or 
this Colman was of the race of Lughaidh Lagha, his brother, 
according to this quatrain, which is in the poem "Naemhshen- 
chus naemh Insi Fail": — 

" Colman, son of Lenin, tho full, 
And Mothenmoog, son of Cerban, 
Were of the race of two brothers, 
Oilioll Oluim and Lughaidh." 

The first book of the Life of Patrick,^ chap. 17, and the third 
book, chap. 60, state that Colman Uamhach was among the 
authors who wrote the Life of Patrick, and I think that this is 
that Colman, for I do not find any other Colman Uamhach* but 

Maine, son of Eoghan. This may be Maine, son of Eichin, son of 
Eoghan, who was of the race of Eoghan, son of NialL 

Berchan, of Liis-Rochla, in Loch Eime. He was of the race of 

BoiCH, Master. 


FiONNCHU, son of Fionnlogh, of Bri-gobhann, in Fir-Maighe-Feine, 
in Munster. He is of the race of Brian, son of Eochaidli Muigh- 
medhoin; i.e., Fionnlogh, son of S^dna; and Idnait, daughter 
of Flann Lethderg, of the Ciannachta of Glenn Geimhin, was 
his mother, as the Book of MacCarthaigh Riabhach states.' It 
was Ailbhe, of Imleach lubhair, that baptized him. Fionnchu 
was seven years in the abbacy of Bennchor neoct after Comh- 
ghall. Life of Fionnchu, chap. 5. Fionnchu was a pupil of 
Comhghall, and it was with him he studied, chap. 4. 

This was the Fionnchu who used to be often in a stone prison 

* Staies. The book here referred to is the MS. commonly called the Book of Lismore, a 
fine copy of a portion of which, by 0*Curry, containing this Life in Irish, b preserved in 
tho library of the Royal Iriith Academy. See Transactions of the Kilkenny ArchieoL Soc., 
vol. i., New Series, p. 875, and Proceetlings of the Royal Irish Academy, vol. i., p.^460. (K.) 

318 pelme ncc Mccoinli weuetatKCcI). [nov. 27. 

^xobcrfe aifi'oe ma a pcro pein, acuv cloch ua^a cionn, acuy 
cloch po a co^xxiB, acuf vd Bacdn layiamn ceaccaji va iaohh 
na cayicyiach ; acuf no leicce'5 a -di o^xicaill a|\ na coji^xunaib 
fin, cona bena'oh a chenT) \^\\y an ccloich yway inu a choy^xc 
pfiif an leic fiof. "DejiCa'D aiyi fin maf a -oiiCaifT: Cuinini 
Coin'oeif e : — 

Caftaif yionndiu O^ii gobaiin 

bennachc lofa a]\ a amnain ; 

Seachc mblicrona af, a cofiftdnaib 

5an a minnpotii f e ralniam. 

"Cttfla Com^all Oennchuif cuicce in afoile aimfif, 50 fio 
pu|idil faif coi'oechT: af, in cayicaif fin, ^ef bo lefcc laif , 
exx). CCf e no bulge's in aon a'bnacal la ^ach maf ^ no ha-o- 
naicrhe ma chill in che'ooi'Dche, ere 

pONCCIJ, mac piopam, o 'Chempall farlia, 1 cCenel Conaill; 
acuf "DO Cenel Conaill ^i^lban, mic Meill vo foih. 


26. CC. sexco ctcl. T)ecembRi8. 26. 

8IRIC, epfcop, 6 mhui^h bolcc 1 pefiaibh cul 1 nib]ie?;air). 
Coib'OeaMactl, ep^^cop CCp-oa fparlia. CCoif Cinfr, 706. 
bcCNbtiaw, epfcop Leirh^lmne. T>o Cofca T>uiBne do. 

[T)1tl8. Marian.] 

27. b. cftiiMtJO ccct "oecembHi^. 27. 

^ecccTlliCClL, .1. 8ecunT)muf pfiOTtiai'oh CCfoa TTlacha. TTlac tk) 
Liamham, fi6|i parpaicc e, acuf 1 nT)onihnach 8eclmaiU, 1 
mbfelaiB ar;d a cealL (Xve^\i bera pdrpaicc leabap 2, cap. 
25, 50 nT)e|ina pdrf aicc eclaif ifin iona'5 iff aiCe Secun-omiif 

1 A.D, 706. This 18 according to the Annab of Ulster. The Four lilasters have it 
705. (R.) 


not higher than his own length, and a stone over his head, and a 
stone under his feet, and two iron staples under each side of the 
prison, and he used to rest both his armpits on these staples, so 
that his head might not touch the stone above, nor his feet the 
stone below. Tlie proof of this is what Cuiinin, of Coindeire, 
said: — 

" Fionnchu, of Bri Gobhann, loves 

The blessing of Josus on his soul, 

Seven years was he on his hooks 

Without his touching the groimd.'' 

Comhghall, of Bennchor, came to him on one occasion, and 
commanded him to come out of the prison, and he obeyed him, 
though with reluctance, &c. It was he that used to lie the first 
night in the same grave with every corpse which used to be 
buried in his church, &c. 
FiONAN, son of Piojmn, of Teampull Ratha, in Cinel-Conaill ; and 
he was of the race of Conall Gulban, son of Niall. 



SiRic, Bishop, of Magh-Bolg, in Fir-Cul, in Bregia. 

CoiBHDENACH, Bishop, of Ard-Sratha. A.D. 706.* 

Banbhan, Bishop, of Lethghlinn. He was of the Corca Duibhne. 


[Dius. ^f(^ri^mu8,^] 


Seachnall, i.e., Secundinus, Primate of Ai-d-Macha. He was the 
son of Liamhain, sister of Patrick ; and at Domhnach Sechnaill, 
in Bregia, his church is. The Life of Patrick states, book 2, 
chap. 25,^ that Patrick ei-ected a church at the place where 

* MarUinw, ThU entr>- is an iiwertion in the later hand. (R.) 

8 Chap. 25. Or cliap. :,H, iu Col-^'au's transhitiou, Trias Thauni., p. 137 b. (K.) 

320 pelme iicc Mcconili weRetiMcccli. [nov. 29. 

po cfiann '&uilli§ 05 ufinai^e ma aoTiafi, acu^ ^0 Cpuil T)ealC 
na cfioice ifin ina'5 pn .1. 05 'Copafi r^iucna a cConnachroilS, 
amail rui^efi ay imrecrcnB pcrcjiaicc 

OCT)eni i^inleaBqi fio ao]^a Tnernyiaini afi afi la15|ia'5 1° 
Peb. a^ b|ii§ir, acuf 17 TTla|irii a^ pur^iaicc, 50 fiaiBe co]^ 
mailef beuf acu]^ berliai^ 05 Seachnall epfcop fie hilafiiuf 
epfcop acuf eo^nai'b. 
'COCCC, mac Cuain. 

mac Cccmle. 

28. C. CrtlCCRrO CCCl. "060611101118. 28. 

TTri m6ic bocTlRCC .1. LaiT)h^eiiTi, CainT)each, acuf CCccoBfian, 
acuf 6 CCchcroh Rairhui, 1 iiUibh mic Caille 1 iiT)eifiB 
mumhan t)6iB. bochfia ainm a Tndra|i. 

29. T). t:6Tir/io cccl. '06C6TnbRi8. 29. 

bR6llCClMll, abb biO|ifia, CCo T)] 571. T)o fliocT: [Cuijib mic] 
Pep-^apa, mic Rofa, mic Rti§pai§e T)o, aciif TTlannvena anim 
a mdcap, aciif a rDamlachra Ulaoilpuain ocd'o apaon. 
bera Ciapain ^ai^hpe, cap. 25. 

OCT)eip peinleaBap po aofT)a meampmm ina Bppi^ TTlap- 
raplaic TTlaoilpuain 'Camlacxa 50 paitSe copmailep bep acup 
berlia^ a^ bpenainn pen .1. bpenainn bioppa pe papTOlon, 
.1. baprliolmei appcoU CC'oeip bera Coluim ciUe, cap. 8, 
gup ^aipngip bpenainn Colum cille -do ^einemain arliaiT) pia 
na ^ein. CCp e t)o pi^ne an pann]X) vo Colum cille. bera 
Coluim cille, cap. 245 : — 

Coltim alle ap maigipcip, 

bel nac "otibaipc piani 50, 

ba he pin an pinnpepne, 

5«p bo peifion ba po. 

1 A.D, 571. The Annals have an entry recording the death of Brendan, of Biorr, at 
564, as well as at 571. The latter is adopted by the Four Mast (R.) 

s Chap. 25. The reference is to the ancient Irish Life of this Saint, a copy of which 
Colgan had, (Actt. 3S., p. 463 6,) but, which it is to f>e regretted, he did not print or 
translate. (R.) 


Secundinus used to pray alone under a leafy tree, and that the 
sign of the cross is in that place, i.e., at Topar Mucna, in Con- 
nacht, as is understood from the Acts of Patrick. 

A very ancient old-vellum-book, spoken of at Brighit, 1st of 
February, and at Patrick, 17th of March, states, that Bishop 
Sechnall had a similarity in morals and life to Hilarius, bishop 
and sage. 

TocA, son of Cuan. 

Mac Cairle. 

28. c. quarto kal. decembris. 28. 

The THREE SONS OF BocHRA, i.e., Laidhgenn, Cainneach, and 
Accobhran ; and they are of Achadh Baithin, in Ui-Mic-Caille, 
in Deisi-Mumhan. Bochra was the name of their mother. 


Brenainn, Abbot, of Biorra, A.D. 571.* He was of the race of 
[Corb, son of] Fergus, son of Ross, son of Rudhraighe; and Mann- 
sena was the name of his mother ; and at Tamhlacht-Maoilruain 
both are burUd. Life of Ciaran of Saighir, chap. 25.' 

A very ancient old-vellum-book, which contains the Martyr- 
ology of Maelruain of Tamhlacht, states, tliat this Brenainn, i.e., 
Brenainn of Biorra, had a similarity in habits and life to Par- 
thol^, Le., Bartholomeus, the Apostle. The Life of Colum 
Cille states, chap. 8,^ that Brenainn had foretold that Colum 
Cille would be bom, some time before his birth. It was he that 
composed this quatrain for Colum Cille ; Life of Colum Cille, 
chap. 245*: — 

" Coliun CiUe our master; 

A mouth that never uttered a lie; 
He shall be our senior. 
Although he bo young." 

> Chap, 8. Or, lib. i., chap. 12, in Colgan's version, Trias Thanm., p. 391 a. (R.) 
* Chap. 245. Colgan does not give the words, but aUudes to St. Brendan^s encomiastic 
verses on the subject. O'Donncll, iii., 41, Trias Thanm., p. 438 a. (R.) 


322 peliae ucc wccomti NeaeMNcccTi. [nov. 30. 

bccorccM, mac b|ieacain. 



80. d. pRi'Die cat. "06060151118. 30, 

ctiimm6iN, 6 Chill wdirv. 

'ComccM, faccafir. 

CaoiTnTl86acTl, o 'Dhejimai^ Chuile caonna. 



Baedan, son of Breacan. 



CuiMiiEiN, of Cill Nair. 

Toman, Priest. 

Caoimhseach, of Dermhagh Chuile-Caenna. 



324? pelme Moc MccomTi neRenMcccTi. [dec. 3. 

1, p. ccclen^oie •oecembnia i. 

epfcop mccc Ccanne, 6 CCzh va iaap-B* i T:aobh Cenann^xi. 

WeccsscCM, Infi T)oiTnhle .i. Inif tllaiT>, 6i|i Ulafoh airfieaibic i. 

We88CCM, Coficai^he. CC-oeiii bera baifipe, cap. 10, 50 rutic 
We^^an a cill t)o 'X)^a acuf vo baifi^ie. 

btieMcnMM, 1)1101111110 liacc 

btieccccccM, epfcop. 

[UlMMiCCM. Marian.] 

2. 'g. crticcR'co MOMccs "DecembRia 2. 

WtlccDtlCC, mac T)tiibhfleil5e, abb Cluaria heoaif. CCoif Cfiii^ 

an ran vo cuaiT)li T)ochuni nimhe, 750. 
mccolo'OTlTlCCiM, 6 "Chuaim intSip 1 n-lap-rap mi'ohe, acuf con- 

peffop 6. 
mcnnctieiM, .1. c6icc mochzja. 

3. CC zoKOo nonocB "060617151118. 3. 

Tf\(XCC6^'Se, abb tiff ni6itx Vnochiiva. 

bccnbticcM, epfcop. 

beoccn, mac Libpen, epyxjop. T)o fliocc Laegaipe, mic MeilL 

biRM, epfcop. 

ColTnccn "0111)11. 


mic Retiu 

1 Marianut, This entry is added in the recent hand. Uinnian is Finnian. (R.) 
* Was 750. This is according to the Annals of Ulster. The date is 746 in the Four 
Masters. (R.) 



Bishop Mac Cainne, of Atli-da-laarg, by the side of Cenannua 
Neassan, of Inis Doimhli, Le., Inis-Uladh; for the XJltonians 

inhabited it. 
Nessan, of Corcach. The Life of Bairre, chap. 10, states that 

Nessan gave his church to God and to Bairre. 
Brenainn, of Druim-liag. 
Breccan, Bishop. 
[UiNNiAN. Marianu8.^\ 


NuADHA, son of Dubhsleibhe, Abbots of Cluain-eois. The age oi 

Christ when he went to heaven was 750.' 
Maelodhrain, of Tuam-inbhir, in West Meath, and he was a 

Mainchein, Le., Mochta's cook. 


Maccoige, Abbot, of Lis-mor-Mochuda. 

Banbhan, Bishop. 

Began, son of libr^n, Bishop. He was of the race of Laeghaire, 

son of NialL 
BiRN, Bishop. 
colman dubh. 
The sons of Renn. 

* Cassan, There ia subjoined in Latin writing, 8ed videtur es$e Castiamu mariffr^ quern, 
Mart, Rom, dicU hie pastwn in Mauritania, (R.) 

326 pelme na wccomti wetieNMCccti. [dec. 6. 

4. b. pRi'oie noms "oeceTTibTiia 4. 

becCHCtlCCM, epfcop acuf pdi-oh T)6, 6 Cluain fOfT)a, i nllibti 
pdil^he. T)o fliocr Caifibfie fii^;poT)a, mic Conaifie axxx tk) 
fiol Bifiemhoin t)o. 'PefiT)alGiT:he ainm oile "do, .i. lerh a 
fao^ail 1 nCClbain acuf an ler;h oile i nG|iinn, attiail |io fidiT)h 
pein : — 

C6d "Dtiin 1 nCCtbain, 
CeD aile i TTli'Dhe, 
111 fticm pfft baoich boi aft ih*ai|xe, 
"Mif pjai|X gnfjif laoich im lijhe. 

[Ceirh|vi pdi'bi '^wvel ti^lon, 
PeiffDi cm ri|X a ccanjcpoaix, 
Coltrni alle, TTlolin^ Idn, 
bfienamn Oio|i|va acuf beftchcm.] 

BtioiHlecTi Ua CiccRcCiM, abb lif m6ip, CC? 1)^ 773. 

BlORCCti, abb. ' 

'Comccs, T)poma cuicce. 


BiNecccTl. CCzjd Bineach, ingen ©iwain, afi fliocr Cuifib Uluim, 

mic pefi^afa, mic Hofa, mic Hti§|vai§e. 
["Ointl. Maria/ih] 

5. C. M0N18 DecembRis, 5. 
ColmccM lice tieiRC. 

BeMCCM, mac T11i(y5fiaiTi, 6 T)elcciTiif. 

6. *0. ocrccuo I'Dti^ •oecembRis. 6. 
bRecccM, epfcop, CCifiT) bfiecain. T)o cenel Goshain, mic Weill 


betieT^cTieTiT:, 'Culcha leif. 

^obbccM pONM, Chille Lamjiai'&e, i nUiB Caichfienn, i n-iapraxi 
Oniai'5e; abb manach ^ifi-ohe. Ho ^oma* 6 "Chi^h va golSa, 
1 TiUiB Oa£'5ach Ulooh. TTlile manach a coimnonol, acuf a 

1 Ferdaieithe. That ir, *the man of two halves," or * portion*,' in allusion to hia divided 
services between Scotland and Ireland. (R.) 



Bearchan, Bishop and Apostle of God, of Cluain-sosta^ in Ui- 
Failghe. He was of the race of Cairbre Bighfoda, son of 
Conaire, who is of the seed of Heremon. Ferdaleithe* was 
another name for him, i.e., he spent half his life in Alba, and 
the other half in Erin, as he himself said : — 
" At first wo were in Alba, 
The next first in Meath; 

Truly it was not foolish sleep that I went bent on^ 
I did not find the face of a hero by sleeping." 

[<' The four prophets of the fine Gaels, 

Better of it the country whence they came^ 
Colum Cille, Moling the perfect, 
Brenainn of Biorr, and Berchdn."*] 

SuAiRLECH Ua Curain, Abbot of Lis-mor, AD. 773, 

SiORAN, Abbot, 

Thomas, of Druim-Cuicce. 


SiNEACH. There is a Sineach, daughter of Eman, of the race of 

Corb XJlom, son of Fergus, son of Boss, son of Budhraighe. 
[Drnu. Marianua^] 


CoLMAN Ua h-Eirc. 

Senan, son of Miodhran, of Delginia. 


Brecan, Bishop, of Ard-Brecain. He was of the race of Eoghain,. 
son of NiaU. 

Beretchert, of Tulach-leis. 

GoBBAN FiONN, of Cill Lamhraidhe, in Ui-Caithrenn, in the west 
of Osraighe. He was an abbot of monks. Or, he was of Tigh- 
da-ghobha^ in Ui-Eachdhach, of XJladh. A thousand monks 

s Berchtin. This quatrain is added in the more recent hand. (R.) 
' Mar%anu$, This paragraph is added by the later hand. (R.) 

328 pelme mcc waoniti MeTieMMacti. [dec. 7. 

cCluaiTi ei-ohTiech crcdro a €aifi. T)o fliofe Goshain TH6i|i, 
mic Oilealla Oluim t)6. 

TTlealiccM, faccafir. 


7. e. sepnmo 1*0113 'oecembRia 7. 

buiT^e, .1. boGciiif, eptxiop Ulainifqfiech, anno T)oniini an ran 

fio ecc 520. [.1. an Id fiu^a* Coluim cille, artiail ard 1 

mbeachai'b buice p6in.] T)o fhocz Connla, mic 'Cai'oh^, mic 

Cein, mic Oiliolla Oluim vo buire, mac b|i6nai§, 6 TTlhain- 

irciji bhuire. CC'dgiji feinleatSayi |io aofDa memyiaim, amail 

a TUjt5fia'& 1** peb. a^ bfii^ir 50 fiaitSe cofmailep bef, acuf 

becha* ag be-oa eagnai'b, acuf aj buice, mac bfi6nai§ |ig 


peil bam buire btiaoaij. 

btiice .1. beo "Oicimii, no buire, .1. reine, ur in pfiouefibio 
"Oicirufi .1. bor po bfiea^aiB; unT)e T)icirun hoT)ie burelach .1. 
ubi pir magnuf ipiif. bure T)na, quapi ben ab eo quoT) g^t; 
bearuf . bearuf aurem T)iciru|i, quap bene aucru]" uel aprup, 
aji ba caoin an ropmac -do fam perlu ag poillfiu^a^ a com- 
pepra amail po Ba? ag poillpiugha^ coimpepra Cpiopr. Mo 
buire quapi beoT)e dp ba T)0 T)ia ba beo pom, picur pcpiprum 
e]x, qui uiuunr lam non pibi uiuanr pe-o ei qui p^io ibpi|^ 
moprup epr er pepuppeacir, non puam peculi in hoc munT)o 
uolunracem [pacienrep], pex) eiup qui ppo ippip papup epr. 


^eiM Coltiim ctiille. 



* Was horn. See pp. 168, IGl, 8tq>ra^ and Co]gan*s Trias Thaum., p. 457 a. (R.) 
s Victorious, Thia sentence is a line from the Felire of iEngus, and the observations 
which follow are from the notes (m that poem, which are unfortunately wanting to the 
month of December in the Leabhar Breac. They occur, however, in the Bodleian copy, 
LawL 610 : and Dr. Todd has recently transcribed them from the copy at St. Isidore's in 
Rome. The foregoing extract is from this latter MS. (R.) 


was the number of his convent; and it is at Cluain-eidhneach 
his relies are preserved. He was of the race of Eoghan M6r, 
son of Oilioll Olum. 
Meallan, Priest. 


7. e. septimo idus decembris. 7. 

BuiTE, i.e., Boetius, Bishop of the Monastery. It was in the year 
of our Lord 520 that he died, i.e., the day on which Colum 
Cille was bom,* as stated in the Life of Buite himself Buite, 
son of Bronach of Mainister-Buithe, was of the race of Connla, 
son of Tadhg, son of Cian, son of Oilioll Oluim. A very ancient 
old-vellum-book, mentioned at Brighit, 1st of February, states 
that Buite, son of Bronach, and Beda the Wise, had a resem- 
blance to each other in habits and life. 

" The bright festival of Buite the Yictorious."' 
Buite — that is, he is called Beo or Buite, which signifies 'fire/ 
ut in proverbio dicitur, 'Bot fo breghaibh,' (Fire under liars), 
unde dicitur hodie 'Butelach,' i.e., ubi fit magnus ignis. Buite, 
however, is quasi Beti ab eo, quod est 'beatus.' Beatus autem 
dicitur, quasi 'bene auctus vel aptus,^ for it was a great increase of 
honour to him that a star manifested his birth, as it manifested 
the birth of Christ. Or Buite, quasi Beode,* because God was 
life to him : sicut scriptum est, " Qui vivunt jam non sibi 
vivant sed ei qui pro ipsis mortuus est, et resurrexit*; non 
suam seculi in hoc mimdo voluntatem [facientes], sed ejus qui 
pro ipsis passus est." 


The birth of Colum Cillk* 



' Beode. That ui beo, * living,* and 'Oe, * God,' the compound denoting ^Livmg-to-God,* 
* God-living.' (R.) 

< RemtrrtxtU The preceding quotation is taken from 2 Cor., v. 15 ; what foUows is not 
referable to any particular passage of Holy Scripture. (R.) 

* Colum CUie. See p. 160 supniu Reeves's Adamnan's Columba, p. Ixix. (R ) 

^OUan. After this, the later hand inserts, Nativitut S. ColunUxr abbatit HientU. — MmHan, 

330 pelme ncc wccomti NetieMMacti. [dec. li. 

8. p. seAXO 1*0118 •oecembRia. 8. 

bueMCCiMN, 6 'CezjhbaiTJh la Connachca 

pOMCCN Cuae. Romero 6 fo pondn T)fionia haBfuroh, mac S^fi- 
bain, axxx a|i fliocT: CCon^afa, mic l1aT)p|iaoich, fii mumtian. 

[ecbRlT, no Icrbfiiz;. Marian, Videtur A'iigliLS,] 

9. "5. guiMtx) I'Dtis "DecembRia 9. 
pei'Dtilim, ogh, acuf muBticaM, 6§, va ingin CCilealla, mic 

T)unlaiTi^, acuf Cill na n-insen, i n-ia|ira|i Ulai^e Lipe i 
TxaoB Lianina ainm a mbaile. *Oo fliocr; Cachaoifi THoixi th) 
LaighniB T)6ibh. 
Tnosesticc, mac Coimfijh. 

10. OC. cfticniT^o 1*0118 'oeceTnbHi8. 10. 

TUCOiOTTlOCC, epfcop acuf conpeffofi, 6 Cluain cam CC|ia^, i|^n 

BCCCMlccctl, CCfi'oa 8canlai5he i cCenel CCfiT)5ail. 'X)o fliocr 

Lae§ai|ie, mic Weill "Oi. 


[CeL8U8. Marian.] 

11. b. T:eHT:io 1*008 'oeceTnbRi8. 11. 

BencTlCCW, epfCop acuf abb, 6 Imleach luBaifi, CC? 1)1 780. 
Jomafi 6 fo T)efi15bpd€ai|i vo TTIochtia, mac Lu^ha^a, 6 Cluain 
*Oolcain, ocd T)0 fliocz; Ccrcaoifi THoiji, acuf Cainefi, 6 Cluain 
va fttileach, moiaifi na naomh fo acuf coipyi eile, amail 
crcd f5fiio15ra a^ TTlochua, 6 CCu^Ufc. 

WorcpiaoicTi, epfcop. (XT)eifi bera bjii^Di, cap 17, ^|iab e 
WaDppaoifi T)0 -pepaiB 'CuipBi ba pefileipnn acuf ba fenmon- 
cai'5 T)i ; oi|i a 'ouBaific an ran T)o ^aB jpa'&a 6 eafpucc TTlel, 
nac ccai€pe'5 bia^ ^an pfiocepi; t)i peme -00 ^at. 

1 EngUsh, This paragraph is in the later hand. (R.) 

^Celtus. This entry is in the later hand, which adds, Videtur Hibemm quia mtlhts 
hujtu namitti* habetur apud aliat hoc die. If this conjecture be correct, the name is probably 
a Latin form of CeUach. (H.) 

3 A.D. 780. This is the date m the Annals of Ulster. The Four Masters have 77G. (R.) 



ENAINN, of Tetlibaith, in Connacht. 

^NAN CuAE. He may be Fionan, of Druim-habhradh, son of 

!}arbhan, who is of the race of Aenghus, son of Nadfraech, 

dng of Munster. 

?BBIT, or Icbrit. Marianus, He seems English.^] 


DHLIM, Virgin, and MUGHAIN, two daughters of Ailill, son of 
>iinlang; and Cill-na^n-ingean in the west of Magh-Liffe, by 
tx€ side of Liamhain, is the name of his place. They are of the 
9M» of Cathaoir M6r, of Leinster. 
^XGHA, son of Coimsech. 


iDiOMda, Bishop and Confessor, of Cluain-cain-Aradh, in 


onACH, of Ard-Scanlaighe, in Cinel-ArdgaiL She was of the 

CM^e of Laeghaire, son of NialL 


^Dsus.^ Marianus,'] 


^CHAN, Bishop and Abbot, of Imleach lubhair, AD. 780.* This 
may be the brother of Mochna, son of Lughaidh, of Cluain 
Bolcain, who is of the race of Cathaoir Mor; and Gainer, of 
duain-dd-shaileach, was the mother of these saints, and of five 
others, as is written at Mochua, 6 August. 
UOFBAOICH, Bishop. The Life of Brighit* states, chap. 1 7, that 
Nad£raech, of the men of Tuirbhi, was her lector and her 
preacher ; for she said, after she had received orders f5rom Bishop 
Mel, that she would not take food without being previously 
preached unto.* 

I^tof BrighU. This reference is to au Irish Life of the saint, the same perhaps 
ich is mentioned by Colgan under S, NaUhfrakhns, where he refers to a "Vita 
xmica S. Brigide, cap. 17/' Trias Thaum., p. 029 h. (R.) 
' Preached unto. This, perhaps, refers to the ancieut custom in the monasteries of having 

Scriptures or some pious hook read during meals. (T.) 

332 pelme noc mccottiTi MetieMMcccTi. [dec. 12. 

OWon, 6 ChiOTin qpaile in T)eifcefit: eyienn; acuf ^omcrfe 6 
OllTnne, mac piannain, acd t)0 fliocr Lu^h-oach, mic Iche e. 
[CCza TTIelreds conpeffOfi inT)iti§. parpiin Cmnfcnte .i. 
tCempull TTIelTJeo^ la faoifie, i. Mtinus.] 

THo^eMOCC TnustlNa, 6 bhealach TTIu^na i niafichaji Loi^hen, 
po|i b|i6 bejiBa. T)o fiol Laoghaiiie Luific, mic U^haine 
^h6^\i T)o. 

CoLtim, mac CCeT)ha Claoin, 6 Chuil bfiiuin. 

puiMeacTl, Cluana bfionaish. 

T)UiM8ea:cTl, 6^h, 6 Chill *06infi5he i nUlrii, acUf ocod rjfii 
cealla aici ann. 

Crum'otticcoI baoT:Ti. 

[^GMCCM. Marian, Sed forte est qui hie TTIof enocc didtur,'] 

['CocbcciL btlT^e, .i. eleuano boen epifcopi in cofipope ab 
angelif, ez fieuefifio eiuf cro cefifiam, feT) ic Blai-o in-Dapai-B 
ijifielic Oo^ain hoc paccum epc, ez ibi pociecap Coluim cille ex: 
bun in .ocxx. anno pope obiijum bun, ez aeracip Columbae.] 

12. C. pRi'oie i-ou^ "DecembRia 12. 

pMMeM, abb Cluana hOpaipT), ipin TTli-Dhe, paoi eccna, acup 
01*06 naomh Openn ma aimpip, uaip ip aicce po Boi rpi mile 
naomh ap aon pccoil i cCluain BpaipT), amail ap pollap ma 
Berhai'b, acup ap eipcilS po rota's va appcol 'oecc na hCpenn 
im Choluim cille, im Chiapan Cluana, 7c. 'X)o pliocr Cealc- 
caip, mic Ui^eachaip, acd; vo plioci; Ip, mic TTliliT)h Bappdme 
•DO. CCT)eip be€a Ciapdm Cluana 50 pal5ar;ap va appcol ve-g 

1 EUinus. The passage within brackets is in the later hand. Eltin, with the familiar 
prefix mo, ^my/ makes Meitm, and this, by the change of the termination with the dimi- 
nutive, according to osage, becomes Mel tog, conveying the sentiment of ^ My-little-Eltin,* 
or*My-Eltin-dear/ (R.) 

« Baeth. That is, ♦ foolish,' « ally.* (R) 

^Biathmac The more recent hand adds, ElevaUo Blathtnaciy on the authority of Marian 
0*6orman, who has at this day "Cocbcnt buice blcntmeic, *The Elevation of Buite, of 
Blathmac*: but the cocbait or elevation here seems to refer only to Buite, while peit, 
* festival,' is understood before Blatkmeic. And this appears to have been the view taken 
by the original compilers. See next entry but one. (R.) 


Elltin, of Cionn-s^e, in the south of Erin; and this may be 

Elltine, son of Flannan, who is of the race of Lnghaidh, son of Ith. 

[There is Melteog, Confessor, who is at this day patron of 

Ceann-saile, i.e., Teampnll Melteog, with a holiday, i.e., JFftinit*.'] 

MoSENOG MuGHNA, of Bealach-Mughna, in the west of Leinster, 
on the brink of the Bearbha. He was of the race of Laeghaire 
Lore, son of Ugaine M6r. 

CoLUM, son of Aedh Claen, of Cuil Briuin. 

FuiNEACH, of Cliiain Bronaigh. 

DuiNSEACH, Virgin, of Gill Duinsighe in XJladh, and she has three 
churches there. 

Crunnmael Baoth.* 


[Senan. Marianvs} But possibly he is the Mosenog mentioned 
by this writer.] 

[The elevation of Buite.* The elevation of Boetius the bishop 
in the body by angels, and his return to the earth ; but it was 
at Elaidh Indaraidh at the Relic Eoghain this happened ; and 
there the alliance of Colum-cille and Buti took place, in the 30th 
year after the death of Buti and of the age of Columba.] 


FiNNEN, Abbot of Cluain Eraird, in Meath ; a doctor of wisdom, 
and tutor of the saints of Ireland in his time ; for it was 
he that had three thousand saints at one school at Cluain 
Eraird, as is evident in his Life ; and it was out of them the 
twelve apostles of Erin were chosen, among whom were Colum 
Cille, Ciaran of Cluain, &c. He was of the race of Cealtchar, 
son of Uithechar, who is of the race of Ir, son of Milidh, of 
Spain. The Life of Ciaran, of Cluain, states that the twelve 

4 Jfortamw. This entry is in the Uter hand, which adds, Sed forte ett qui Motmog 
dkiiur, which he no doubt is, being mo-SenaTi-o^, ' My-Senan-dear,' according to the 
established rule. (R.) 

Elevation o/Buite. The words in a parenthesis are on a detached leaf at fol. 70 of the 
original MS., and are borrowed from Marian O'Gorman. The allusion is to St. Colum* 
cille*s visit to the grave of St Buite, 30 years after his death, and his disinterring and 
enshrining the saint's remains. See 0*Donnell's Life of S. Columba, i. 65, Trias Thaum., 
p. 400 a, and the extract from St Buite's Life, ib, p. 457 a. (R.) 

334 pelme na McconiTi MeHetiMcccTi. [dec. 13. 

na hGfienn a|i fgoil pinnein, cap. 13. OCT)eifi feinleaBap fio 
aofDa mem|iaini ma t5pfii€ TTlapraplaic tTlaoil|iuaiii 'Cani- 
lact:a acuf comannianna na iiaomh 50 |iai!5e pnnen coynriail 
a mbefaiB, acuf a mbet:hai'o |ie p6l ap^xoL 

CoLmccM, epfcop, S'-^nne va Loch, t)o fliocc Cealrchaifi, mic 
tli€eachai|i. OCoif Cpio]^ an ran |io pai-fi a fpipoc, 659. 

TDHOMCCtl, epfcop, 6 Chill T)|ionnain. 

•OiccRTnanT:, eptx)op. 

ColmccN mccc Ui 'CTie^.'otiibTi. 


[tn OSGMOCC. Marmnua.^ 

13. X>. I'oibiis "oecembRis. 13. 

8tlOClTllecll, faccafit:. 

bneNCCiMM, Baraficluana. 

ColUTn, 'Ciyie v& Slaf, mac WinneaDha, t)0 flioct: Cocaoifi THoiji 
|ii Bfienn, ard a|i flioct: LaBfioBa Luific, mic U^aine TTloiii, 
ere; acuf THinclorh, T)ei|it5j^ijni vo Caemill, in§in Ceinn- 
pionnain, mic Ceifi, mic Lu^aiji, a mdraiii. OCf ve ^oifief 
OCon^af Colum mac C|iiom€ainn, acuf va n^oipiT) 65Dai|i eile 
mac Ui C|iem€anndin. CCf e rucc f acayipaic vo pnnen Cluana 
he|iai|iT), acuf ba T)eifcipul forti vo pnnen. TTlocaoimhe 
'Cifie T)d ^laf acuf Oohfidn jiucc a raifi 50 hinif cealqfia, 
arhail t)o iaipngiii Ciajidn 8ai5ll|ie ma bet^hai-fi p6in, cap. 6, 
acuf amail vo Txnimsiji THocaomdcc an ran t)o tSi fe 05 
baifce'5 O-ohyidn, pec ODh|iain 2 Ocrobeji. 

tnobCCOl, Cluana pannatSaifi, no Cluam va an T)obai|i, 1 ntlibh 
111ui|ieT)hai^. Smell ainm a acaji. 8in, in§en Weill, mic 
TTlechani vo Chojica bapcaom, vo flio£t: Conaiyie Leime Con- 
culann a mdraifi. OCf copmail ^uyiab ve §oi|ief an naoirti- 
pencap baoDan Cluana an T)obaiix, mac 8inil, aca ap pliocx; 

> Wcu 659. The Four Masters (ed. O'Donovan,) at this year record the death of this 
Bishop Colman, but erroneously assign his day to the second of DecembiT. (R.) 

s ^arianut. This entry is in the Uter hand, in which is added, Sed vide die precedenH 
Juxta hunc^ meaning the day next but one before this, i.e., Dec. 10. There is neither 
Mosonog nor Senan in Marian at this day. (R.) 


8 of Erin were at the school of Finnen, chap. 13. A 
[icient old- vellum-book, in which is contained the Mar- 
y of Maelruain, of Tamhlacht, and the List of Saints of 
ne name, states that Finnen was, in his habits and life, 
ito Paul the apostle. 

Bishop, of Glenn-da-loch, of the race of Cealtchar, son of 
har. The age of Christ when he resigned his spiritwas659.* 
Bishop, of Cill Dronain. 
r. Bishop. 
Mac XJi Thelduibh. 

G. Marianus.^] 


:m, Priest. 
N, of Eatarcluain. 

f Tir-d&-glas, son of Ninnidh, of the race of Cathaoir 
ing of Erin, who is of the race of Labhraidh Lore, son of 
3 M6r, etc. ; and Mindoth, sister of Caemell, daughter of 
Sonnan, son of Ceis, son of Lughar, was his mother, 
lenghus calls Colum Mac Crimhthainn, and other authors 
Qtt Mac Ui Cremhthannain. It was he that gave the sacri- 
Finnen, of Cluain-Eraird ; and he was a disciple of Finnen. 
imhe, of Tir-da-ghlas, and Odhran brought his relics to 
ealtra, as Ciaran of Saighir had foretold in his own Life,' 
3, and as Mochaemhog had foretold when he was bap- 
Odhran. See Odhran, 2 October. 

of Cluain-fionnabhair, or of Cluain-da-an-dobhair, in Ui- 
kdhaigh. Sinell was the name of his father; and Sin, 
ber of Niall, son of Meachar, of Corca-Bhaiscinn, of the 
f Conaire, of Leim Conculainn, was his mother. It is 
>le that he it is whom the Naoimhshencus calls Baeddn, 
ain-an-dobhair, son of Sinell, of the race of Conmac, son 

Life* The reference is here to an ancient Life of Ciaran of Saighir, or Seir- 
ten in Irish, of which Colgan makes mention, Actt. Sanctor., p. 403 6. 

336 pelme ucc Mccomli MeHeMMCccTi. [dec. 16. 

Conmaic, mic pep^aif, mic Rofa, mic Ru'nhpai'De, 6 |iaitxe|i 

Clanna Ru^pai^e. 
CntliTTlT^lieTl CORbTTlocc, o T:elai§ in-oenn. [pec an e yo Coyibmac 

T)e|it5bparai|i Biniin.] 
Criot:ccm, mac Liordm. 

14. e-. t)eciTno mono cat. iccnuccrh. 14. 

TDcclLcCN, CColrtiai^he, ep^xiob. 

CORbTTlccc, epfcop, T)o ceiiel Boshoin, mic WeilL 

mccolcCN, mac Tllechai|i. 

pOMMT:cciN, mac Lumi-Dh. 

GUMIM, mac 8enaicch. 

ColmcCM, 6 ndit:h maoilfiT)e. 

ColmccN, mac pionnram. 

ColmccM CClCCIMM. 

15. p. "oecimo ocxxcuo cat. iccmuccrh. 15. 
plcct^'O, abb beiinchuift. 

TnusTlOCiN, 6^hy 6 Cluain boipetin. 
pet^llCCN, 6 Ch6il Shyiainc 
Ul'OllTliN, mac buachalla. 

16. 'g. 'oeciTno 3epT:iTno ccct iccmuccrh. 16. 

tnopllldcc, 6 CCyiT) cam|ioif, po|i b|iu Locha Capman, i nUit5 
Ceintifealaig, acuf 6 Rof caoin, i cCluain phep^aile, i 
nT)ealt5na h]ie va loch. [THoBeo^ a^ CCon^af .i. bearnjf. 
pec a^ an mapiyiloi^ Romanafi. Vid. Usuard. THolaniif cgt) 
ey^u^ OCbepT)onen, no OC|iT)onenn .i. o ayiT) unde error, quasi ab 
ayi-DO eppu5, .i. o aijiv acuf T)efin ara CCba|iT)onen.] 

1 Indenn. The wordB in parenthesis are in the later hand. Colgan has given his Life, 
translated from the Book of Lecan, at the 26th of March, because he found an unappro- 
priated Corbmac in the calendars at that day, and he concludes with saying: *^diem 
Natalem, quern existimo esse hunc 26 Martii, vel saltern 13 Decembris, quo alii memoriam 
S. Corbmaci memorant celebrari.*' (Act SS., p. 755 a.) He is again mentioned in this 
calendar in connexion with his brother Eimhin, at the 22nd of this month. See p. 345, 
n^ra. (R.) 


of Fergus, son of Ross, son of Budbraighe, from whom the 

Clanna-Budhraighe are named. 
Cruimhther Corbmac, of Telaeh Indenn.* [See whether this is 

Corbmae, the brother of Eimhin.] 
Criotan, son of Liothan. 


DALLiN, of Aelmhagh, Bishop. 

Corbmac, Bishop, of the race of Eoghan, son of NialL 

Maelan, son of Meachar. 

FiONTAN, son of Luinidh. 

Ernin, son of Senaeh. 

CoLMAN, of Rath Maoilsidhe. 

CoLMAN, son of Fionntan. 


15. F. DECIMO octavo KAL. JANUARII. 15. 

Flann, Abbot of Beannchor. 
MuGHAiN, Virgin, of Cluain-Boirenn. 
Fethan, of Cnil Ghrainc. 
Uedhrin, son of BuachalL 




MoPHiOG, of Ard-Camrois, on the margin of Loch Carman, in 
Ui-Ceinnsealaigh ; and of Ros-caoin, in Cluain Feigaile, in 
Dealbhna of Tir-d6-loch.* [Mobheog in Aengus, i.e., Beanus; 
(see in the Roman Martyrology ; vide Usuard, Molanus,) first 
bishop of Aberdeen or Ardon, i.e., from Ard, whence the error, as 
if fi-om Ard-bishop, i.e., from Ard, and from this Abardonensis.] 

* Tir-da-hch^ The note within brackets is in the later hand. It is mtended to account 
for a supposed error of the Roman Mart}Tology in styling Beanus bishop of Aberdeen. That 
Mophiog^ Mdhktoc, and Beanus^ are the same, requires no proof; but the supposition that 
eppug CC|VDa [camjvoiy*] was read epUcopua ab Ardo [* bishop of Ard*], and this then 

corrupted to qntccpuM Abardo or Abardonensii^ is scarcely admissible. The case is this 

Molanus' text of Usnardus has, at this day, "In Hybemia, natalis Beani, prim! episcopi 



338 pelme ncc nocovoh ueneuuocch. [dec. U 

RotxrisTie, 6 ^^tieaUai^ Bunna, einji 'Camlacht:a acuf Cenai 
naf. T)o cenel ^Conuill 5^lban, mic Weill t)6. 8oBgi 
iti^en T)u15€ai^, mic Rinni, o T)un b6, a rhdiaifi. 

17. OC sexco "oeciTno cccl. iccnuccrh. 1' 

CRUNMTnccol, abb lae Coluim cille. 
mcco'otiocc, mac THhupfam. 

18. b. guiNT^o "oecimo cccl. iocmuccrii. li 

TUccisTlMeNN, epfcob acuf abb Cille Tllai^hnenn la raoB CCth 
cliarh. T)o fiol Colla va cpioch t)6. 8inell in^en Cenan 
nam, fiu|i 8hen 8heincill naomh, a mdcaiji. CCf aicce |i 
bai fieirhe caopaS no lomcuipe^ a pfalraifi acuf a leaBai^ 
Ufinaigche. 'Cainicc ayioile meiplech acuf ^aT)ai5he 50 \n 
^oiT) an fieirhe. 'CeiT) layiam TTlai^nenn cona rpi nonBo|iail 
cleifieach in T)iai'5 an rtieifilij ^o a €ech. Ho fen an mei|i 
lech 501T) an jieirhe po mionnaiB, acuf po Idim Tnaigneni 
peiffin. T)o bi an peire ma ce^pamnaiB cofccapra 1 bpoU 
ralman, lap nit:he ifiyiaiBe ma tSjiomn. Ho laBaifi an fieich^ 
paoi ifin polL pechaip TTlai^hnenn aciif a rpi nonbaii 
uafca pofi nemh, acuf ruccparj alruccOD bui-Be t)0 "Dhic 
immon bpiofit: fin. OCn meifleach imoffo fio bena'o a fiufcc< 
•fee, acuf T)o cuai'b a I6rh affa chofaibh, acuf affa IdmaiB 
acuf arbeft: 6 ^ui Th6|i afi*Ohia ffir, a THhai^hneann, a| 
fe, not ben nerli 'oiom bu'O'oefca. THaf vo chualai| THaig 

Aberdonensis et confesaoris." There b no difficulty in supposing that Beanus, a native o 
Ireland, went over to Scotland, as so many of his countr3rmen did, and there founded i 
church, of which he became bishop, and that his festival was subsequently observed ii 
Ireland as well as in Scotland, and in Ireland especially, because he was a native of Ireland 
and best known there The Boman Martyrology, edited by Baronius, is less correct 
*' Aberdone in Hibemia sancti Beani episoopi/* The diocese of Aberdeen was defined h 
1136 by King St. David, and the episcopal seat transferred from Mortlach, a church u 
Banff, lying to the north-west of Aberdeen, so that the preceding bishops of Mortlach ai 
included in the succession of Aberdeen. Now Fordun, speaking of the church of Murtfa 
illach, says: "Ad banc sedem primus episcopus vis sanctus et episcopatu dignus, ci 
nomen JSeyn, ad regis [Malcolmi] instantiam ad domino Papa Benedicto viii. [1012-1024 


RoDAiGHE, of Greallach Bunna, between Tamhiacht and Cenannas. 
He was of the race of Conall Gnlban, son of Niall. Sobben, 
daughter of Dubhthach, son of Rinni of Dun-bo, was his mother. 


Crunnmael, Abbot of la Coluim-cille. 
Maedhog, son of Mursan. 



Maighnenn, Bishop and Abbot, of Cill-Maighnenn, near Ath- 
cliath. He Was of the race of Colla-da-crioch. Sinell, daughter 
of Cenannan, sister of Old Senchell the saint, was his mother. 
He had a ram which used to carry his psalter and his prayer- 
book. There came a certain robber and thief, and stole the 
ram. Maighnenn, with his thrice nine clerics, went after the 
robber to his house. The robber denied having stolen the ram 
by oath on the relics, and on the hand of Maighnenn himself. 
The ram was cut up in quarters in a hole in the ground, after the 
robber had eaten what was in his belly. The ram spoke below in 
the hole. Maighnenn and his thrice nine pereons looked up to 
heaven, and gave thanks to God for this miracle. But the 
robber was deprived of his eyesight, and their strength left his 
feet and his hands, and he said in a loud voice, " For God's 
sake," said he, " O Maighnenn, do not deprive me of the light of 
heaven for the future." When Maighnenn heard the repentance 

promotiis est" Scotichron. iv. 44. (Vol. i p. 227, eti Goodall.) The foundiition charter 
of this church, granted by Malcolm ii., A.D. 1010, " Episcopo Beyn de Morthelach" is pre- 
served in the Register of the Diocese of Aberdeen (vol. i. p. 3, Spalding Club), and though 
called in question by the able editor, Professor Innes, (Pref. p. xiii.) is, at least, a colla- 
teral evidence as to the exUtence of Bishop Beyn or Bcanus in the neighbourhood of 
Aberdeen. It i» to be obser\'ed that the St. Beanus or Bean of the Scotch Calendar, whom 
the Breviary of Aberdeen and Adam King commemorate at the 26th of October, is a 
different person, being venerated at Fowlis in Stratheme, and probably identical with S. 
Beoan of Tamhiacht- Menan, who appears in the Irish calendars at the same day. Came- 
rarius correctly assigns ^^Sanctus Beanus episcopus Murthlacensis dicDcesis" to the IGth of 
December, (De Scotorum Fortitutl. p. 202). See Collections of the Shires of Aberdeen 
and Banff (Spalding Club) vol. i., p. 142. (R.) 


340 peLme noc nocomh neneuuccch. [dec. 19. 

neriT) aichiiechuf an ^ecrhai^h, |io §uiT)h T)ia co t)1oc|ui cqia 
fx)n, acuf T)o fioine efinaigche, acuf puaifi a f uile t)o 'DO|ii'6ifi, 
acuf ba faoi i cqfiatSai'b cein boi imbiu, acuf |io m6|\(r5 ainm 
T)e acuf THai^hnenn qfie fan bpipr fin. 

ITltliMiS, epfcop, 1 bpop^nai'ohe. T)afefca, fiuf pdrfiaicc, a 
r1id€ai|i. CCT)eif bera pdrpaicc, lib. 2, cap. 2, ^upab bfid€cn|i 
'DO Loman, 6 (Xth 'Cfuim, epfcop THunif 6 Po|i7;nai'Dhe i 
cCuifcne, i T:r;uai]xefT: niiT)he fp,i hGirhne anT)ef ; acuf aT)ei|i 
5U|iab 1 SoiIIit:, "oeif Bfiup pOTfiaicc, maraif Lomain. 

"OlUCTloll, an Inif Bo^hain, acuf conpeffO|i 6. 

CccomllCCN, Ruif Cf uit:hnechain. 

CuiTniM, 6 Cluain ni6i|i. 

BestlMCCC, 6p\, 6 T)onihnach ceijine. 

mccol'Otlbll, 6 Cluain Conaife. CCrd niaolT)uB vo Chen 61 

RlOSTlNCCCll, 6^h, ingen phefaDhai^h. 

pLcmMCCt4, mac 'Coifi'oealBail, niic Cachail, mic OCoT)ha Caoirti, 
mic Conuill, mic Ba&oach baillT)e|icc. ConfeffO|i 6 Chill 
'oa lua in "Oal cCaif. *Oo fliocc Cofbmaic Caif, mic Oiliolla 
Oluim T)6. 

CCe'oseiM, o OCf-o ionain. 




[moelTltlociW, Rdiche, og CCon^Uf inT)iu|.] 


meic Cccchbcroh, 6 Imleach. 

19. C. CfUCCTlTX) "DeCITTlO CCCL. ICCNUCCtlll. 19. 

8cCTnT:hcmM, d^h, 6 Cluain b|ionai§, i cCoifib|ie i 'Cerhba, a 
^^(^V' so 5hfiana|iT). *Oo fliofc parach pnn, difOfi etienn 
•01. CCoif Cfiofc an ran 'oo chuai'5 fi 'oochum nimhe 734. 

^Siiter. This is a mistake of our author in quoting the Tripartite Life ; for GoUit was 
the /other of St Munis. See July 9, where the same mistake is made. Colgan givea a 
life of this saint at Feb. 6. (T.) 


of the sinner, he prayed fervently to God for him, and he reco- 
vered his eyesight again, and he was eminent in religion as 
long as he lived. And the name of God and of Maighnenn was 
magnified by that miracle. 

MuiNls, Bishop, of Forgnaidhe. Darerca, sister of Patrick, was 
his mother. The Life of Patrick, lib. 2, chap. 2, states that 
Bishop Munis, of Forgnaidhe, in Cnircne, in the north of Meath, 
and to the south of the Eithne, was brother to Lom^, of Ath- 
Truim; and it states that Gollit, sister* to Patrick, was the 
mother of Loman. 

DiucHOLL, in Inis-Eoghain ; and he was a Confessor. 

Caemhan, of Ros-Cruithnechain. 

CuiMiN, of Cluain-m6r. 

Seghnat, Virgin, of Domhnach Ceime. 

Maeldubh, of Cluain Conaire. There is a Maeldubh of the Cinel- 

RiOGHNACH, Virgin, daughter of Feradhach. 

Flannan, son of Toirdhelbhach, son of Cathal, son of Aedh Caemh, 
son of Conall, son of Eochaidh Baillderg. He was a Confessor, 
of Cill-Dalua, in Dal gCais. He was of the race of Corbmac 
Cas, son of OilioU Olum. 

Aedhgein, of Ard-Lonaiu, 




[Maelruain, of Rath, is in ^A^ Felire of Aengus, at this day.*} 


The sons of Cathbhadh, of ImleacL 

19. C. quarto DEcmo kal. januaril 19. 

Samhthann, Virgin, of Cluain-Bronaigh, in Cairbre in Tethbha, 
near GranarA She was of the race of Fiatach Finn, monarch 
of Erin. The age of Christ when she went to heaven was 734.' 

s This day. The wordB within brackets are in a different hand. (R) 

»Tr«734. This is according to the Four Maaters. The date in the An. Ult is 78a (R.) 

342 peLme na nccovoh MeneMNacti. [dec. 22. 

COTTlTnccisTl, o^h, ingen Chia|idin. 


THoctlOMOCC, 6 Chill niuc|iaip acuf 6 ^^ailine a nT)ealt5na 
Bcrchpa. Ri Operan .i. bpacain, mac bpacha[Tneoc] a arhai]\. 
T)ina, in§en fiigh 8axan, a Tiiarai|i. 

CCe'oTl, temchoille. 
CCNpcroTlCCN, 6 UoTT Cfie. 

20. T). 'ceu'cio "oecimo cccl. icctiticcRii. 20. 
T)iccRTncnT:, epfcob. 

CRtiimT:TieTi pficcocTi, 6 Cluam CoUain^, a muinnii eolaif. 
*Oo flioct: Conmaic, mic peyi^af a, mic Hof a, mic Ru^iiai^e t)6/ 

6osllccti[ccM], 6 OCfiT) Lecach, i TDui^h ene an^aji vey RuaiT)h. 



Secyc meic CCe'olia, 6 ech-opuim. 

21. e. 'Dtio'oeciTiio cccl. icctiucmii. 21. 

moltia, 6 niunshaipr. 

THocTltia, 6 Chaill itifi ailche. 

SyoUxcu, epfcop Lif TTldifi. 

piccNM, mac Poiyicheallai^h, t)o v'-iocrj 'Cofina 6iccif acd afi 

flioct: Ceifi, mic Pefi^afa, mic Uofa, mic Ru^jiai^he. 
IpuLcoi'CCCChy mac bfic. 

22. ]:. uM-oeciTTio cccl. iocmuccrh. 22. 

Ul'CCCM 'Cucc, acuf lOT^llCCRMCClSC, v& naom plet: i cClaonoDh, 
.1. ceall pil 1 Lai§nit5 1 nUibh paoldin t)0 fx)niipaDh. CCf6 an 
rUlrdn 'Cua fin 'oo chuifeaDh cloch ina Bel in aimfi|i an 
£ofi^aif cona labhfODh iref. 

^ Bracham^oc. The final syllable which is absent in the MS. is here restored, as at Jaly 
27, p. 204 9tipr<i. See the name in full at Jan. 1, p. 2 supra ; and at the 2drd of thia 
month, p. 346 infira, (R.) 

^Saxonkmd, That is, England proper. (R.) 

• Eoghuman. The final ?yllable is supplied by the later hand. (R.) 


COMMAIGH, Virgin, daughter of Ciaran. 


MocHONOG, of Cill-Mucraisi, and of Gailine in Dealblina Eathra. 
The king of Britain, namely, Braeain, son of Bracha[meoc*] was 
his father. Dina, daughter of the king of Saxonland,^ was his 

Aedh, of Lemhchoill. 

Anfadhan, of Ross Cr^. 


DiARMAiT, Bishop. 

Cruimhther Fraech, of Cluain CoUaing, in Muintir Eoluis. He 

was of the race of Conmac, son of Fergus, son of Ross, son of 

Eoghan[an'], of Ard-lecach, in Magh-Ene, near unto Eas Ruaidh. 
The seven sons of Aedh, of Echdruim. 

21. E. duodecimo KAL. JANUARII. 21. 

MoLUA, of Munghairit. 
MocHUA, of Caill-insi-Ailche. 
SiOLLAN, Bishop of Lis-m6r. 

Flann, son of Foircheallach, of the race of Toma Eiges, who was 
of the race of Ciar, son of Fergus, son of Ross, son of Rudhraighe. 
Fulartach, son of Brec. 


Ultan Tua, and Iotilarnaisc, two saints who are* at Claonadh^ 
i.e., a church which is in Ui Faelain, in Leinster. This is the 
Ultan Tua who used to put a stone in his mouth in the time of 
Lent, so that he might not speak at all.^ 

^ Who are. That is, buried, or principally venerated. (R) 

f^At all. The more recent hand adds: ^^Jkfariamu imh cUcU Ulcan Tjua ted r^ia et 
1ota|inaifc." Further on, at this day, Marian. O'Gormau commemorates UXjcwn |\aich 
11 « HoeDtt, 'The prosperous Ultan Ua Roeda,' whom the present compilers introduce in 

34}4j pell Re Mcc Mccomli MeueNNacli. [dec. 23. 

GimlllM, epfcop 6 Roff S^ccf « Lai^hniB, 6 Cill 'oayia Tiaji po|i 
bfiu be|i15a. larhnor, in^eti 8inill, a rhdrai|i. Birtiin, mac 
Bo^hain, mic THufichaDha, t)0 flioct: pachac TlluilleT;hain, 
mic Bo^ain T116i|i, mac Oiliolla Oluim, 'De|iBb|xa€aifi t)o 
Cofibmac mac Bo^hain, amail acd i mbeT:hai'5 an CofibTYiaic, 
ce'ona a|i na f5|iioBa'5 af leabaji Lecain. 

CtUHHiN, 6 Hoff aiff a niniff- 

poRCCtl'OCCN, Chi lie CCe. 

CoMSCClcccTi, 6 CC|iT) OCe^o. 


UltXTN [Ua RoeT)a]. 



SliecT: meic T)ReiT:il, Infi uachraifi. 

23. "5. "oecimo cccl. icmucrRii. 23. 

mocTltia:, mac CCen^afa. 

ColmccM, Cluaiia "oa piach. CCt:d Cluain [no borh] "oa piach 7>a 
piach, a cCiannachra ^l^nne ^eimhin, i ntlUroibh. 

RWCCN, mac CCeT)lia, 6 (XchaT)h payicha. 

CCMpcrocm, 6 Rof inpre. 

moT^eiTTlllNeocc, coicc tnochua Cluana pepra. *Oo fiol Oili- 
olla Oluim, no a 'DefiBb|iccua|i l.u§aiT)h La^a T)6, t)o |iei|i na 
'Duaine T)afiab vuy 'Maoirtifencaf naom Inn]^ Pail/ amail T)o 
fSfiioBaf as Colman, mac Leinine, ar^a 24 Mouembefi. T)o 
fliocr 'Ci^ejinai^h, mic Oiliolla Oluim t)o. 

his place, lower down. But the Mart Taml. justifies them in identifying Ultan and Tua, 
though not in making Ultan Ua Roeda a distinct individual : ^^ Ttia mac h Ua Roida idem 
el Ultan Tighe-Tua ['of Tech-Tua*]. Ideo dicitur Tua, quia lapis in labiia ejus per onme 
tempus quadragesitnoi haMbat ut non posset hqtd, et inde Tua dictus est*' 'Cua signifies 
( silence,* and the epithet, * Ultan the Silent,* is explained by the legend given in this pas- 
sage and transferred into the text above. The Felire of Aengus, however, seems to apply 
the character for taciturnity to lothamaisc : — 

Romcnti icge "Chae *May the prayers of Tua protect me, 

1caTiTiai|x; noro tabtvcn. Itamasc who spoke not.' 

The mixed calendar prefixed to the Drummond-Castle Missal has '' Nat. Tut Hiihamaiss 
et Emin,'' (R.) 


EiMHiN, Bishop, of Boss-glas, in Leinster, to the west of Cill-dara, 
on the brink of the Berbha. lamhnat, daughter of Sinell, was 
his mother. Eimhin was the son of Eoghan, son of Murchadh, 
of the race of Fiacha Muillethan, son of Eoghan M6r, son of 
OUioU Olum. He was the brother of Corbmac, son of Eoghan, 
as stated in the Life of the same Corbmac, transcribed from the 
Book of Lecan.^ 

CuiRRiN, of Boss-aiss in Iniss. 

TORANNAN, of Cill-Ae. 

CoNGALACH, of Ard-Aego. 


TJltan [Ua Roeda']. 



The seven sons of Dreftell, of Inis-Uachtair. 


MocHUA, son of Aenghus. 

CoLMAN, of Cluain-da-fhiach. There is a Cluain[or Both']-da- 
f hiach, in Ciannachta of Qleann Geimhin, in Ulster. 

Ron AN, son of Aedh, of Achadh-Fharcha. 

Anfadan, of Ros-Ingite. 

BlOTEiMHNEOG, Cook of Mochua, of Cluain-ferta. He was of the 
race of Oilioll Olum, or of his brother Lughaidh Lagha, according 
to the poem which begins " Naoimhshenchus naemh Innsi 
Fail," as I have written at Colman, son of Leinin, at 24th of 
November. He was of the race of Tighemach, son of Oilioll 

1 Book of I^ecan. This Life, copied from the Book of Lecan, and rendered into Latin, 
K« given in an abridged form by Colgan, at the 26th of March. The reference therein to 
Qt Eimhin, or Eminoa, ia to be seen at chap. 8, (Actt. SS., p. 751 a). See the note on 
OnwBiliUr Corbmac at the 13th of this month, p. 836 tuprHu (R) 

* Ua Boetkt. Added in the more recent hand. See note 5, p. 848, tuprtu (R.) 
^Botk. This is an interlinear emendation in the later hand. (R.) 
^OSioU Ohm, The later hand adds the following note: \^^ put ITIoctieTnfieog atz 
Tflorenocc otg Ua n^oiiTnain omio^ [* 0*Gorman has not Mothemneog, but Mosenocc, at 
this day*]. The Mart. Taml., however, has both as distinct individuals. (R.) 

346 pelme Ma waomTi Menet^MacTi. [dec. 24. 

T)cc pen "oecc "o'oiliT^liTieclicnbli, 6 Im^ UachzoMfu 

LuctlCCiH, Chille 6l^ai§e. CC r'CeiiTnann Cenannfa ifin TniT)he 

[jio ma|ibaD], artiail croeiii Oi-becrfe bpefcnl la T)ia|imair, a 

crcai|i, acuf a airt5e6'&a'& lanam la becdn. 
niostlOTlOCC, T)ei|iccni, mac Oyiachain .i. fii byierati, mic bfiac- 

ameoc. T)ina, in§en |ii§ 8acq[xin, a rhdiEaifi, acuf mdraifi 

naonbaifi ele naomh. 
THeRMOCC, mac T)ecill, T)e|ib|idiaiti t)o Chaifin, mac TDecill. 

CCcuf Cuman, fiu|i Colaim cille, a Ttidrai|i apaon. 
mccol'DUbTl. CCra niaolT)uT5 vo cenel cConuiU mic Weill .i. 

111aolT)ut5, mac Onain. CCt:d pof Cill niaolT)tiBdin a r'Cifi 

CCoT)ha, enfi 6af Ruai'b acuf muip; apuf tii pml ea^laf ann 

anof a, p'oe'b af gnach lenbain o^a T)'a^nacal ann. 


24. CC. NOMO caL. icctiticcHii. 24. 

T^emtlMeM, coicc THolua Cluana peyira. [pec 111ot:heimneocc]. 
THoctltlCC, mac Londin, 6 'Ci^h THochua, i iLaoi^if a LaigmtS. 

T)o fliocr BocaDha pnn puarh CCiyir;, o bpuil bfii^x; t)6. 

thneacr, in§en iochine, mic T)ioma Chifiex:, o Chill conai^ a 




pcroccl, abb Cille achai'oh T)|ioma 8eanain. 

1 l4(o&atr. In the margin is noted in the later hand, LncaiTi aca o^ Ua T)^p,main 
[* Luchair is in O'Gorman'] Le., in Marian O^Oorman's Calendar. (R.) 
s Oidheadh Brtasail That is, ' The Massacre of Breasal,' a tale so called. (R.) 

* He teas killed. These words are supplied by the pen of O'Donovan. (R.) 

* See MotheimneSg. This is in the later hand, and refers to the mention of the name on 
the preceding day. (R.) 

A Cvimmtm. Between this and the following name the more recent hand inserts, 6^j^an 


The TWELVE Pilgrims, of Inis Uachtair. 

LucnAiR,* of Gill Elgraighe. In the Termann of Cenannas, in 
Meath, as the Oidheadh Breasail' states, [he was killed'] by 
Diarmait, his father, and he was resuscitated afterwards by Becan. 

MoGHOROG, of Deirgnfe, son of Brachan, Le., king of Britain, son 
of Braehameoc. Dina, daughter of the Saxon king, was his 
mother, and the mother of nine other saints. 


Mernog, son of Decell, brother of Caisin, son of Decell; and 
Coman, sister of Colum-cille, was the mother of both. 

Maeldubh. There is a Maeldubh, of the race of Conall, son of 
Niall, i.e., Maeldubh, son of Enan. There is also a Cill Mael- 
dubh^ in Tir-Aedha, between Eas Buaidh and the sea ; bvi 
there is no church there at present: however, they usually bury 
unhaptized infants there. 




24. a. nono kal. januaril 24. 

TEiraNEN, Cook of Molua, of Cluain-ferta. [See Motheimne6g.*] 

MocHUA, son of Lonan, of Tigh Mochua, in Laoighis, in Leinster. 
He was of the race of Eochaidh Finnfuathairt, from whom 
Brighit is descended. Fineacht, daughter of Loichin, son of 
Dioma Chiret, of Cill Chonaigh, was hia motlier. 





FiADAL, Abbot of Cill-achaidh-Droma-Seanain.® 

mofi an maTia, 26 Dec. Marian,^ meaning that * Engan mor an mara,' i.e., Eugan or 
Eugenins the mariner or traveller, is commemorated on the 26 Dec. in Marian O'Gorman. 
In the Mart. Tamlacht. we find ''EugrnH Pereffnni" at 26 Dec.; so that it is probably by 
a mistake that this note was entered at Dec. 24. (R.) 

Seanatn. The more recent hand adds * forte FidelU,' suggesdng the familiar name 
FidtlU as a Latin equivalent for piocDnl. In the margin is '^ Mari.^' in the later hand, 
meaning that this naint oi^curs in Marian O'Gorman. (R.) 

848 pelme wcc wccomti MeRewMacti. [dec. 27. 

25. b. occcjcuo cat iccmuccrh. 25. 
TUccoIccm, epfcop. 

TDictloll, mac Nemain. 
CCeT)ticcM moR. 

26. C. sepTimo cat. iccwticcTiii. 26. 

IccrLcci 1:116, epfcop, "Cuama 'oa ualann, a cConnachiJaiB. *Oo 
fliocx; Conmaic, mic pe|i§afa, mic Rofa, mic Ru^fiaige, 6 
fidiTjefi Clanna Ru^fiai^e vo; acuf THoin^ponn, ingean Chioji- 
•feuBdin 'DO CheneL Chinneiro, a Thdiaifi. T^tii cev flecram 
^afi noi'bche, acuf q[ii tev flechrain ^ac laoi vo nio'oh arhoil 
aT)eifi Cuimin Coinneiyie. CCf f o mafi croeifi : — 
Cafiaif loplairhe tiafal, 

Cleip^ach nach ccleacrcrd ^ainne, 

T411 c^ flecTjaiTi 5ac noi'oce, 

"Cfii c^T) flecraiTi ^ac Uuthe. 

CCf e layilairhe vo raifinpfi ^ac eafpucc v& TXiucpcrb ina 
'5iai'5 1 r'Ctiaim. CCcuf vo raiyin^ifi 50 muqpaT) THael an'oiai'B 
na xxfii n-eafpucc n-eir|iicce'5 vo Bi ma cafifiai^, ere CC5 -po 
an |iann latSfiaf vox) TTlael, .1.: — 

CCn TTlael cei'Dpefi ctiTnacrach. 

TTlO^eMOCC, epfcop, 6 Chill 'ounia ^luinn, 1 rroefceTiT; bTiegh. 

CCcuf 'CiBT^iT), fi6T^ pdrfiaicc, a Ttid€ai|i. 
COTTITTICCN, 6 Tloff CoTTiain, poTi TTla^h OC1, acuf 6 teiT^h^liiiT). 

CCza teirh^lionn a tai^niB. TDo fiol Ifieil, mic Conuill 

CeTinai^h t)0. 
tnoliobcc, Gnai^h elze, 1 nUliJOibh. 
TMoctltlTnTnocc, Cluana 'oaimh, 1 nUiB Gachach UlaDh. 
COTxr, T)TW)mma zm\ic. 

27. 'O. sexco cccl. iccmuccrii. 27, 

'CiopHCCi'ce, TTlai^he fidcha. 
pacticc, mac Ua Choribmaic 
ColTnccM, mac T)aiTichealla. 

1 Quairtun, That is, the first line of the quatrain or stanza of four verses. Of his pro- 
phecies see Ware's Writers by Harris, p. 14 ; Colgan, Actt. SS., p. 309. (T.) 



Ma EL AN, Bishop. 
DiCHOLL, son of Neman. 
Aedhan the Gbeat. 

26. C. SEPmiO KAL. JANUARIL 26. 

Iarlatthe, Bishop, of Tuaim-da-Ualann, in Connacht. He was 
of the race of Conmac, son of Fergus, son of Boss, son of Budh- 
raighe, from whom the Clanna-Budhraighe are called ; and 
Mongfinn, daughter of Ciordubhan, of the Cinel Cinnenn, was 
his mother. He used to perform three himdred genuflexions 
every night, and three himdred genuflexions every day, as 
Cuimin, of Coindeire, states. Thus he says: — 
'' The noble larlaithe loves, 

A cleric who practised not penury, 
Three hundred genuflexions each night, 
Three hundred genuflexions each day." 
It was larlaithe that predicted every bishop that would come 
after him at Tuaim. And he predicted that Mael would come 
after the three heretical bishops who were in his city, &c. This 
is the quatrain* which speaks of the Mael, viz. : — 

" The Mael the first powerful man." 
BtfOGENOO, Bishop, of Cill-dumha-gl\iinn, in the east of Bregia; and 

Tigrid, sister of Patrick, was his mother. 
CoMMAN, of Boss-Com&in, in Magh Ai ; and of Leithghlinn. There 
is a Leithghlionn in Leinster. He is of the race of Irial, son of 
Conall Cemach. 
3(0LI0BA, of Enach-Elte, in Uladh. 
3IoCHUMMOG, of Cluain-daimh, in Ui-Eachach Uladh. 
CoTA, of Druim-tuirc. 

27. d. sexto kal. januaril 27. 

TioPRAlTE, of Magh-ratha. 
FiACHA, Mac Ua Corbmaic. 
Ck)LMAN, son of Darchealla. 

350 pelme mcc Mccointi weueNMCccti. [dec. 31. 

28. e. quiWT:o cal. iccmucchii. 28. 

Cillew, mac bfie^h-oai. 
mccolcoiSNe, 6 Rof btiairouibb. 
8t4 6*011011116, mac Comfiifi. 
PeictliM [Ua luglSa.] 

29. "p. qviOCKVo cccl. iocmucchii. 29. 

1T1a:6T)tiocc, epfcop Lif moifi. 
euccu, 5linT)e pai-ble. 
6116CCRCCM, pefi tei^nn CLuana hBiiaitiT). 
eolccMS tecain niiT)he. 


TUcciMCtllM. 5o"i^^^ ® T^ TTlainchin iuimni^, mac BeDna, mic 
Caif , mic Conaill 6acluai€, ard afi lofi^ Cofibmaic Caif, niic 
OilioLla Oluim. 

30. ^5. xxut:!© cert. iccNucmii. 30. 

ComnIcc, epfcop o Rufccai^h. 
[6llt)tl6. Marian.] 

31. OC. puiT)i6 cccl. iccMticmii. 31. 

enrxt acuf toctiaw, 6 Chill na manacb, 1 nUibb T)iincbaDha, 
no 6 Cbill mac Ccrcbail, 1 ntlitS baiyicbe, acuf 1 mbelach 
5a15|iain. T)o flioCr; T)aT:bi, mic piacbfiacb vo tocban. 

tusTlMa, 'oeocbain. 

1 Ua Luffhbha. Added, in the more recent hand, from Marian O'Gonnan. (R.) 



son of Bregdai. 
[SNE, of Ros Branduibh. 
RLE, son of Comrisi. 
[Ua Lnghbha*]. 


o, Bishop, of Li8-m6r. 
^ Glenn-Faidhle. 
n, Lector, of Cluain-Eraird. 
of Lecan, in Meath. 

[N. This was probably Mainchin of Luimnech, son of 
, son of Cas, son of Conall Eachlnath, who is of the race 
bmac Cas, son of OilioU Olum. 


Bishop of Rusgach. 


id LoCHAN, of Cil1-na-manach, in Ui-Dunchadha, or of 
ao-Cathail, in Ui-Bairche ; and of Bealach Gabhr&in. 
n was of the race of Dathi, son of Fiachra. 
, Deacon. 

• Afarianui. This entr>' is in the more receat hand. (R.) 

clccR Ma mccRTXCRloi^e. 


2 A 

clccR Ma mocRcocRloi^e. 


CCbbdn mac Ua Coftbmaic, abb (PrcegrcUtu), 

CCbDia mac UdDacb (Abdias), . . . . 

CCccobyian, 6 Chill Hoif , . . . . . 

[CCliay* Occobyian, tuTDe Ocobtiuy*, Ocoi\a|* (Detiderku). T^xi 
Ttiile 6 Cill "DQixa closbcm i Riiiy* TTluqfvoip.] 
CCccobftan, 6 CCcha* Raichin, 

[1 bPeTiuib ceaH i TiOi|\,§ialliiib.] 
[COoomaifi, .i. Avdomara^ , 
CObamnan, abb la Choluim ciUe, . 
CCghna o^h, .... 

[ingen OoguiTi mic Tail, pol. 89, tlagiogeiiep-p.] 
CCghna 6^, 6 T)fidim T>a •bayir, 
CC^ocan, o "Oifefic CCgacain (AgcUhanus), . 
CCmphoDan, epfcob ^^inne T>a loch, 

[^AmphianuSf .1. CCm^lKrDcm.l 
CCmalgai'oh (Amalffythus), . 
CCmalgai'D mac Oachach, . 
CCna 65h, 6 Cltjam ^ftenach, 
CCnproATi, . 
CCnpoDhaTi, 6 Rof qxe, 
CCnpaDhan, 6 Rof ingire, . 
CCnghaf , 6 Cyitiaich CCn^haif, 
CC]\tiin epfcob Citiana caoin {Aron)j 

[Ctii5 mile 6 CCt|viag clog Tni|ibaile.] 
CCffan (Aazanus), . 

16 ma|\. 
8 tloti. 
28 1cm. 

28 Moo. 

23 Sepc.^ 

23 Sepu. 

18 niai. 

22 niat. 

12 Itin. 

11 Ian. 

22 Ian. 

9 lun. 

18 Ian. 

16 Sepc. 

19 -Dec. 

23 -Dec. 

12 tloti. 

1 CCag. 

27 ap|x. 

1 7Vi52e. — At the top of the page is written, Clai|iene6, .i. ncrcti|* cwm cabnUxca 
pacie pne loco oculoYium, ' Clairenech, i.e. one born with a flat face, having no place 
for the eyes.' This term, suggested by the word clafi * a table,' is an epithet frequently 
coupled with the names of saints, and seems to have been applied to those who, through con- 
genital malformation, were bom blind, or whose face was distinguished by great flatness^ 
The words in S. Brogan's hymn on S. Brigid, bennachuiY" claifieneach, are rendered 
by Golgan, *benedixit coecum' (v. 21, Tr. Th. p. 516); and the parallel passage in 
Cogitosus has " oculos coeci nati aperuit ** (cap. 12, Tr. Th. p. 520 a); which Animosus ren- 
ders more fully " cobcus a nativitate habens tabulatam faciem " (ii. c. 71, Tr. Th. p. 560 6). 
The nature of the deformity is more fully explained in the following passage from the life 



Abban, son of Ua Corbinaic, abbot {Prcegratns), 
Abdia, son of Uada (Abdia8)f 
Accobhran, of Cill-rois» 

[Otherwise Occobhran, whence Ocobnu, Ocoras {Detiderkuy 
miles from Cill-dara of the white bell in Roe Mncroiae.} 
Aoeobhran, of Achadh-raithin, 

[In Fer-ceall in Oirghialla.] 
[Adhomair, i^. Audomara, 
Adhamnan, abbot, of la-Gholuim-cille, 

Aghna, yirgin, 

[daughter of Eoghain, son of Tal, Samti* Gmeahgy^* foL 39.] 
Aghna^ virgin, of Dmim*da-dhart, 
Agatan, of Disert-Agatain (AgcUhanus), 
Ampbadan, bisbop of Glenn-da-loch, • 

[^Amphiamuj i.e. Amphadan.] 

Ambalgaidh (Amalgythtu), 

Ambalgaidb, son of Eochaidh, 

Ana, virgin, of Cluain-grenach, 

An^Eidhan, .... 

Anfiidhan, of Ros-cre, 

Anfiftdhan, of Bos-ingite, 

Angbas, of Cruach-Anghais, • 

Aniin, bisbop, of Cloain-caoin (Aran), 

[Five miles from Athriagh (? Ath-na-riagh) ii a wonder-work 

Asaan {Aazanus)^ . • 


Ing beU.3 

16 Mar. 
8 Nov. 
28 Jan. 

28 Nov. 

23 Sept.] 

23 Sept. 

18 Maj. 

22 May. 

12 Jnn. 

11 Jan. 

22 Jan. 

9 Jan. 

18 Jan. 

16 Sept 

19 Beo. 

23 Dee. 

12 Not. 

I Aug. 

27 Apr. 

of 3. Maidoc : ** Vir quidam in Britannia tabnlatam habens faciem, id est, sine ocnlis et 
naribns ab utero natus,** &c., cap. 16, Colgan, Actt SS. p. 210 a. The term occurs in 
the foregoing Martyrology at Jan. 17 (p. 21), Feb. 29 (p. 81), Jnn. 6 (p. 147), and Oct 
12 (p. 27S). In the first and third instances it stands absolutely as a proper name^ and Is 
noticed in this index. (R.) 

* Mofiyrohgy, — At the foot of the page is written ^a|UiiTn abptnt cmii|H> nile ik) 
fiaorfiuib fiturhiTi atiT) ttiite, no 1,980, "I conjecture that the total number of sainta 
here is two thousand, or 1,98a'* (T.) 

B SaifUi Gensaloffy, — Or, *' Hagiogenesis.** This refers to a MS. containing the Qene- 
alogy of the Kings and Saints of Ireland, now in the College of St. Isidore, SottiA. (T.) 

2 a2 


clem Mcc mccR'cccRloise. 

CCchfia^ ^gh, 

CCchchaoiTi Colprha, 

CCeDh epfcop {Aoth), 

(Xeroh epfgob, 6 Liof gabail, 

CCcoh epfcop Slebre, 

CCeDh mac pejioDhaig, 

CCeDh glaf epfcop Rarha na nepfcop, 

CCeDh oil^n, 

CCeDh OchajxaiDh, . 

CCeDh mac Cojibmaic, 


CCeDh maifinfi, 

CCeDh Deochain Chtiile TTlaine, 

CCeDh epfcop 6 Clochafi, 

[.1. Pe|i T>a cp,ioi acuy* TTlac CaiTitinfi, hoDie ep|x»p Caoiyx- 
tinn 1 cClx)caTi 'oiarufi uut^o. Idem qui Maccartinus vulgo 
dicitur ab ultimo nomine.] 

CCeDh mac Senaich, 


CCeDh 5^f rtup,, 

CCeDh mac Roi, i poibfien, . 

CCeDh mac Ofiic epfcop o ChiU aifi, ecc, 

CCeDh Lemchoille, . 

CCeDan mac "Oeigill, 


CCeDhan epfcop Lif moiyi, 

CCeDhan Cluana TTlaolaiTi, 

CCeDan TDaifie bftuchaifi, 

CCeDan 6 ChiU CCeDhain, 

CCeDhan mac Ua "Ohtiibne, 

CCeDhan Cluana Domtiil, 

CCeDhan Dtibh, 

CCetan Uif moiyi, 

CCeDhan Cluana Caifipfie, 

CCeDhan mac TTleallain, 

CCe^an, , 

CCef^on epfcop, 

CCeDhan amlonn, . 

11 CCtig. 
16 Ian. 

4 Ion. 

25 Ion. 

7 peb. 

12 peb. 
16 peb. 

7 CCp|\. 
11 CCp|\. 
10 mat. 
27 luTi. 

8 lul. 
10 lul. 
15 CCu^. 

22 Sepr. 

6 Occ. 
29 Oct. 

1 Mou. 
10 Mou. 

19 "Oec. 
1 Ian. 

12 peb. 

16 maxv. 

20 map.. 
29 map,. 

1 CCpp. 
8 CCpp. 

2 lun. 

17 lun. 
19 lul. 

3 CCu^. 

7 CCtis. 
27 CCug. 
31 atig. 

4 8epr. 



Athracht, virgiDy 



11 Aug. 

AthchaoiD, of Colptha^ 

16 Jun. 

Aedhy bishop (Aoth), .... 

4 Jan. 

Aedii, bishop, of Lis-gabhail, . 

25 Jan. 

Aedh, bishop, of Slebhte, 

7 Feb. 

Aedh, son of Feradhach, 

. 12 Feb. 

Aedh Glas, bishop, of Rath-na-nepscop, 

. 16 Feb. 

Aedh, Oil^Q [or Of the ishind], 

7 Apr. 

Aedh, of Echaradh, .... 

. 11 Apr. 

Aedh, son of Corbinac, 

10 May. 

Aedh, • . • • 

. 27 Jan. 

Aedh, the martyr. 

8 Jul. 

Aedh, the deacon, of Cail-Maine, 

. 10 Jul 

Aedh, bishop, of Clochar, 

. 15 Aug. 

[le. Fir-da-chrioch and Mac Carthinn; at the 

present day he is 

commonly called Bishop Caoirthinn in Clochar; the same who is 

commonly called, from the last name, 3faccartimtt.'] 

Aedh, son of Senach, . . . . . .22 Sept. 



6 Oct. 

Aedh Glas-tuir, 


. 29 Oct. 

Aedh, son of Roi, in Foibren, 


1 Not. 

Aedh, son of Brec, bishop, of Gill-air, < 


. 10 Nov. 

Aedh, of Lemchoill, 


. 19 Dec. 

Aedhan, son of Degill, 


1 Jan. 


12 Feb. 

Aedhan, bishop, of Lis-mor, . 

. 16 Mar. 

Aedhan, of Oluain-Maolain, 

20 Mar. 

Aedhan, of Daire-bruchaisi, 

. 29 Mar. 

Aedhan, of Cill-Aedhain, 

1 Apr. 

Aedhan, son of Ua Duibhne, 


8 Apr. 

Aedhan, of Cluain-domail, 

. 2 Jan. 

Aedhan dubh, 

. 17 Jan. 

Aedhan, of Lis-mor, . 

. 19 Jal. 

Aedhan, of Olaain-Cairpre, 

3 Aug. 

Aedhan, son of Meallan, 

7 Aug. 


. 27 Aug. 

Aedhan, bitshop. 

. 31 Aug. 

Aedhan, the Stammerer, 


4 Sept. 


clccR wa mccRrccHloise. 

n tiica 8. 5®T^^T^*i'0'f •] 

CCe'Dan mac Oifin, . 

CCeDcm mac Hi ChtunT), 


GCeDan ingel'oi TTlaige he6, . 

OCeDhan 6 Chill moip., 

C)CeT>6D 6 LaiTiT) abhaigb, 


OCeDhan TT16ft, 

CCeDheacb, . 

CCeDhach mac Ua ^lich, 

€CeT>hTiau ingen Lotchem, 

CCeDhgeiTi epfcop actif abb pobaifi, 

CCeDhgeiTi, 6 CC|it) Lonain, . 

CCeDlu^h Oyii'Dh chaffain, . 

CCeDlu^h abb Cltiana mic M6if , 

[Pofxce e|*c CCcalonKUf iHe "oe quo 
CCenghaff epfcop, . 

[CoifiT>eiTie» .i. TTIac Mi|*i T>a figoip. Pelefie CCofi5ha|Mi cele "o^ 
Oenu sea Oenus. T)iibico mulcuni. 3 -Sepcenibiwi* crca 
TTlac Mip, .1. CCongay*, .i. Caofticm bp,ec] 
CCengbaf epfcop, [.i. epfcop Rdtana nepfcop], 

CCengbaf epfcop, ...... 

[CCg fo mac CCongatiann T>a|i lem quia mbil hoDie rye CCetigap 
ipfe fecuy* -Die .xi. TTla|\cii acui* 20 lanuaTiiii bic ancbop, 

CCoTi5af mac CCongotkinTi mic Oiblein aT>eiti gloy^ixeamca an 
pb^teyie ay* pep,|xi -do, [tk)J mumcip, Cltiana hei-otiead qui 
i-oem e|*c CConsaf ua bOiblein, 0^x50 |*ic x^f componenT>a 
uz CCongaf 11a bOibleiti fic 18 Pebfv. quamuiy' hoc coiic|wi 
TflaiiiaTium ^Timanum, qui od .xi. TTla|\cii aic *CCoTi^af 
w(vo o h^bl6fi,' alioquifi fi ipfe pium -oiem ponac fioti 
efc yx;|iipco|i neque aucbop, map.T:ipx)to5ii uc uulgo 

OCen^baf It a bObleti eppcob, .... 

CCen^baf 6 CbiH moift, ..... 
OCt'obe epfcop acup abb "Cbip-e "oa ^lap 
CCippeiTi Cbille CCippein, ..... 

20 3epr. 
9 Occ. 
12 Occ. 

20 Occ. 
2 tlou. 
6 Moti. 

21 Uov. 

25 "Oec. 
6 OCp|\. 
9 CCpix. 
9 lion. 
1 trial. 

18 •Dec. 
28 Ian. 

26 Veb. 

20 Ion. 

16 peb. 
18 peb. 

11 mati. 
17 Mou. 
24 mai. 
3 lun. 

* Perton, — Sec the Pro&e Preface to the Felire, where in speaking of the Person by 
whom that work was composed, his genealogy is given, and he is said to have belonged 
to the moiiasteiy of Cluain-eidhneach. (T.) 



20 Sept. 
9 Oct 

. 12 Oct 

. 20 Oct. 

2 Nov. 

. 6 Nov. 

. 21 Nov. 

. 25 Dee. 

6 Apr. 
9 Apr. 
9 Nov. 

1 May. 
18 Deo. 

28 JaD. 

26 Feb. 

AedhaD, sod of Oisin, 

Aedan, son of Ui ChoinD, 

Aedhan, . • 

Aedan Ingeldi, of Magh-eo, 

Aedhan^ of Oill-mor, . 

Aedan, of Lann-abhaigh, 


Aedhan M6r, • 


Aedhacb, son of Ua Elich, 

Aedhnat, daugbter of Loicben, 

Aedbgbein, bisbop and abbot, of Fobbar, 

Aedhgein, of Ard-Lonain, 

Aedlugh, of Eridb-cbassain, . 

Aedlugb, abbot, of Cloain-mic-Nois, . 

[He may be the Atalongus mentioned in the Life of S. Gertrude.] 
Aengbass, bisbop, ...... 

[of Connor, i.e. Blac Nisi, whom the Felire of Aongus the Cele De 
calls Oenii, or Oetuu. I am in great doubt. Mac Niri, called also 
AonguB and Caomhan Brec, is on the Srd of Sept.] 

Aengbas, bisbop, [i.e. bisbop of Ratb-na-nepscop], 

Aengbas, bisbop, ...... 

[I think this is the son of Aongabhann, because Aengus himself has 
nothing at this day, but only at March 11 and Jan. 20. This is 
the author of the Festilogium. 

Aongus son of AongobhanUf son of Oblcin, says the prefatory Gloss 
on the FelirCf of the Person,! who was of the Family of Cluain- 
h-£idhneach, he is the same as Aongus Ua hOiblein. The matter 
is, therefore, to be thus renmciled by putting Aongus ua hOiblein 
at the 18th Feb. ; although this is against the authority of Marian 
<VGorman, who says, at the llth March, '* Aongus ard 6 hEblen," 
[Aongus the noble, granibon of Oiblen]. Otherwise if he him- 
self records his own ilav he cannot be the writer or author of the 
Marty rologj', as he is commonly roputwL] 

Aengbas Ua hEblen, bisbop, . . . . . 

Aengbas, of Gill-mor, ...... 

Aidbbe, bisbop and abbot, of Tir-da-glas, 

Aiflein, of Cill-Aiflein, . • . . . 

20 Jan. 

16 Feb. 
18 Feb. 

11 Mar. 

17 Nov. 

24 May. 

3 Jan. 



(Xitell epfcop CCfi'Da TTlacha {Eulalius), 

CCilill mac Seighin, 

CCilill epfcop CCfi'oa TTlacha, 

dilbe aiinT)epfcop 6 Imleach lobaifi, 

dilbe mac Ttondin ["00 anel Conuill 5"^^^^ ^^^ Weill 

naoi jiaUaig •06], 
CCiUcin ep|x:op 6 Cill irifi, . 
CCinbten ogh, 
CCiTimi|ie 6 CCilich, . 
diTimifie Cltiana py-oa^ 
CCiTimifie o Tlof tia Cbonna, 
(XiTimi|ve abb 6 Tlaicb Wuooa, 
CCiTiche, . 

CCijvechcach Inp moifi, 
CCifteriTiaT) mac Hi Ofoib, 
CCi|iennan epfcop 'Camlachra, 
CCiftine cfiaibDOch 6 Oyiechmaigh, 
[CCitgein, .1. Cofibmac bhoDha T>omTiai5h, pol. 40 J^ne- 

[CCiftepxm. peac Gp,efian.] 
CCifveiT) faccayic, ...... 

CCichcbe ogh, ...... 

[CCit6e af pcccTiun i caH OCitde, Tiiac acti|* comiccrcuf Luimnig 
1 mbatiuncadc Chaeii|iui'6e, |xioi|ve as^f cutvaf ann.] 

CCichTnec epfcop Clochaift, , . . . 

GCiuhbe, ....... 

CXIicheach, ....... 

[CCitneriTi bcmnaoTh 1 irotiTKiiJ 1 piaitbeaftcaig con'oae na 
gaillme, -oiaec Tuama -oa gualonn. CI05 acuf clod 
ann nac puil^enn ql cabaific amp|i6cc. "Cufiaf lionmayi 
actjf iliomaD ^|ic laicemail 1 cciH CCitnenn 05 an 
robap, aca le haif na ciUe; actJf la foeipe.] 

13 lorn. 
25 Itin. 
1 till. 
12 Sepc. 

30 Ion. 

1 nou. 

2 Ian. 
10 Itin. 
15 Sepc. 
25 Sepx:, 

2 nou. 
19 ^epr. 
15 Ion. 

1 Peb. 
10 peb. 
30 Sep?:. 

26 CCug. 
15 1cm, 

2 peb. 

4 CCp|\. 

23 apti. 

CCol'oabaip,, . . .19 Hou. 

[Auxilius episcopus co-apostolus et socius Patricii a^ Ua 
n^oprmann gan beit in tlftiap.X)o. Vide et Cob^xan 19 
lul. et Cobaip, 30 JuHi], . .16 ^pr. 

1 Genealogy. — Thia is a reference to the MS. at S. Isidort's, Rome. Sec Note *, p. 355. r'^\ 



Ailell, bishop, of Ard-Macha (Etdalius] 

>, . . . 

13 Jan. 

Ailill, son of Seghin, •••... 

25 Jnn. 

Ailill, bishop, of Ard-Maclia, • . . . . 

1 Jul 

Ailbhe, archbishop, of Imleach-iobhair, 

12 Sept. 

Ailbhe, son of Ronan, [of the race of Conall Gulban son of 

Niall Of the Nine Hostages], .... 

30 Jan. 

Ailltin, bishop, of Gill-insi, 

1 Nov. 

Ainbhthen, virgin. 

2 Jan. 

Ainmire, of Ailech, 

10 Jun. 

Ainmire, of Oluain-foda, 

15 Sept. 

Ainmire, of Ros-ua-Ohonna, . 

25 Sept. 

Ainmire, abbot, of Bath-Naadha, 

2 Nov. 

Ainche, .... 

19 Sept 

Airechtach, of Inis-mor> 

15 Jan. 

Airennan, son of Ui Oidibh, . 

1 Feb. 

Airennan, bishop, of Tamlacht, 

10 Feb- 

Airine, the Devout, of Brechmagh, 

30 Sept. 

[Aithghein, i.e. Corbmac, of Both-domhnaigh, — Genealogy,' 

foL 40.] 

[Aireran. See Ereran.] 

Aireid, priest, ...... 

26 Aug. 

Aithche^ virgin, ...... 

15 Jan. 

[Aitbche patron of Cill-Aithche, in the diocese and county of 

Limerick, barony of Kenry, a holiday and station there.] 

Aithmhet, bishop, of Clochar, .... 

2 Feb. 

Aithbe, . . • . . . • 

4 Apr. 


. . • • 

23 Apr. 

[Aithnenn, female saint in OTlaherty's country, connty of 
Ghtlway, diocese of Tuaim-da-ghnalann. There is a bell and 
a stone there that will not bear to receive a lie [i.e. to be 
sworn by fiEdsely]. There is a much frequented station, 
and many miracles are wrought daily in Cill Aithnenn, at 
the well that is near the chnrch. And there is a holiday.] 

Aoldabhair, ....... 

[Auxilius, bishop, co-apostle, and companion of Patrick ; he 

is in 0*Gorman, but not mentioned by Usuardus. See 

Cobran, 19 July, and Cobair, 30 July], 

19 Nov. 

16 Sept. 

clccR Mtt mcnica:iU,oiS6. 

baltoin T^je Saxon, 

bonbdn faccajin (PoreeUtu), 


bcmBon epfcop teich^lm 

banbon epfcup, 

bantinac ogh. 

bonGnoc ojh, 

bornioTi 05 CtiiU moijv TMchiMitbli, 

bmi^ivvioTin Inp wjimle, 

bnip(\fionn epfcob, 

baiiippoiin "Oixoma cniltnn epfcop. 


baijifiiiditi mac Gjinin, 

bai]iiipoini o CCthanh ChaiUcen, 


bciiHTie epvcop acnf confen-oT^ 6 C 

baocon epfcop In^e moiiie, 

baoctm (ibb CLuntiti niic nmy. 

baoCTtn TTlonu, 

baocan mac Ofiecam, 

baochan mac Colmain {Juvmcut). 

baochan {Juvenetu). 




baoirhm mac llemnamn, 

baoichm Claipeitencli, 

booclim mac Cuanacti epfcop. 

[o Cefe baoitm a tifCnvcec Con-Dace] 
bamcin 6 Inif baoirhm, 

[o liiif bnoiCm a n-ia\^.a]\ laigeii 
baotchin abb la, 
baoinn mac (CUa. . 

3 Sepc. 
1 mat. 

26 Mou. 

3 •Oec. 
23 lol. 
U CCiiE. 

9 CCti5. 
30 Ian. 
16 map. 

21 fTlai. 

1 Ul. 

22 eepc. 
6 Mot). 

13 Mod. 
25 Sepr. 
U ton. 
1 man- 

23 nia)\. 

29 nou. 

18 luti. 
5 Oct. 

30 Moti. 
9 Ian. 

12 Ian. 
20 Ian. 

19 Veb. 

9 lun. 
6 Oct. 
12 Oct. 




Tech-Saxan, . • . . 

3 Sept. 

riest (Parcelltu), . . . . 

I May. 

• • • • • i 

9 May. 

biBhop, of Leithglionn, 

. 26 Nov. 

bishop, . . . . ' . 

3 Deo. 

virgin, . . ... 

. 23 JuL 

virgin, .... 

. 11 Aug. 

rgin, of Cill-mor-dithruibh, . 

. 9 Aug. 

Q, of Inis-doimle, 

. 30 Jan. 

Q, bishop, . . . • . 

. 16 Mar. 

n, of Druim-cuilinn, bishop, 

. 21 May. 

D, • • . . . 

1 Jnl. 

n, son of Ernin, 

. 22 Sept 

n, of Achadh Ohaillten, 

8 Nov. 

D, • • • . • 

. 13 Nov. 

hop and confessor, of Oorcagh, 

. 25 Sept. 

shop, of Inis-mor, . 

14 Jan. 

hot, of Gluain-mio-nois, 

1 Mar. 

Monn, . . . . . 

. 23 Mar. 

a of Brecan, 

. 29 Nov. 

on of Colman (Juvenctui)^ . 

. 5 Feb. 

Tuvenctts), .... 

. 18 Jan. 

jh, . . . . , 

. 5 Oct. 

B, ..... 

. 30 Nov. 

. . » . . 

. 9 Jan. 

3n of Nemhnann, . . . , 

. 12 Jan. 

!lairenech, .... 

. 29 Jan. 

ion of Ouana, bishop. 

. 19 Feb. 

i-Baoithin, in Airtech of Connacht.] 

Inis-Baothin, . . . , 

. 22 May. 

■Baoithiiif in the west (vecte easal) of Leinslcr.] 

kbbot of la, 

9 Jun. 

(on of Alia, 

. 6 Oct. 

• ••.•) 

. 12 Oct. 


cLccR Ma mccRTXTHloise. 

baoirhin L4 p, 

beapxich Clucma coiyipclie abb {Barrctchias), 

Oefiach abb OetiTichtiifi, 

Oefichan CCe^o, 

befichan 6 Cluain caoi {Barachianiu), 

Oefichdn 6 Cluain CCef)a airhmer, . 

befichon Irifi fiochla, 

beofichan epixiop acuf |:ai'D T)6 o Chluain fo^Ta, 

beayifian, . 


befiecchefic Oiolcha lei^% . 

beTupitif, .1. benen pyiioThaiX) CCffoa TTlaca, 

[Stephanos apud Probum in Vita S. Patricii. ] 

b^cdn 'oall Cinn |xxile, 

beccan Ttuim, 

beccan mac Cula, . 

beccan Cluana, 

beccan o Cluain aifiT) T11obec6cc, 

[becan T)e|ibp,(itaiix Cuimin acup •oitp.eabac ex ciculo epi- 

fT>6lae XI. Cumiani cro Segenum tlieirpem, ubi becanu^* e,9r 





becga o^h {Begga), 

beccmdficcach 11 a becce i TTIaigne, 

beolo^a facafir Cluana T)a|iT:uf)a, 

beoacoh 6 CC^iX) chafina, 

[^Beatus; ui'oe TTlolcmtim, 31 Occ •oe f1op,cbu|i5a cp,atiplaca od 
TTIonceTn 8. beaci pfvope Conpluenciam.] 
beoan epfcop 6 phiooh cuilinn, \ . 
beoan ep|xop 6 "Canilacua, > ( VUalianm), 

beoan ep|xop, ) . 

beoghain epfcop acuf abb ITlaige bile, 
beo^hna abb bennchuifi, . 
be66cc, .... 
beoin ogh, .... 

12 Occ 
15 peb. 

21 CCptu 

10 CCptu 
24 mat. 

5 Itin. 
24 MotJ. 


11 lul. 

22 "Oec. 

6 'Dec. 
9 nou. 

26 peb. 
17 TTlaTi. 
5 CCpp.. 
26 apTX. 
26 mai. 

17 CCug. 
17 aug. 
12 Occ. 
10 peb. 

1 CCtij;. 
12 peb. 

8 lTla|\. 

8 CCug. 
2Q Oct. 

3 -Dec. 
27 IdL 
22 CCug. 
25 Occ. 

1 peb. 

1 Life qfSt Patt-ick.—'' Puer Stephauiw qui ct Benignu.s" Probus, lib. ii, c. 1. (Trias 
Thaum., p. 52 «). (R.) 



of Cluain-soBta, 

£aoithin» Lesi, .... 

Bearach, of Cluain-coirpthe, abbot {Barrachias), 

Berach, abbot of Bennchar, 

Berchan, of Aegy 

BercLau, of Oloain-caoi (Barackianus) 

Berchan, of Olnain-Aedha-aithmety 

Berchan^ of lois-roclilay 

Bearchan, bishop and prophet of God, 


Beretchert, of Tolach-leis, 
Benign as, i.e. Benen, primate of Ard*Macha, 
[Stephanos in Probua, in the Life of S. Patrick.^] 
Becan, the Blind, of Cinn-saile, 
Beccan Euim, 
Beccan, son of Cul, . 
Beccan, of Cluain, 
Beccan, of Cluain'aird-Mobec6g, 

[Becan brother of Cniminf and hennit, according to the title of the llth 
Epistle,^ namely, of Cumian to Segene of Hy, where Becan was a 

Beccan, • 


Becc, .... 

Becgha, virgin (Begga), 

Beccmarccach Ua Becce, in Maighin^ 

Beologa, priest, of Cluain-dartadha, 

Beoaedh, of Ard-chama, 

{^Beatus; see Molanus 81 Oct. on the translation of Nortburga to 
Monnt St. Beatns, near Coblentz.] 
Beoan, bishop, of Fiodh-cnilinn, '\ 
Beoan, bishop, of Tamhlacht, . > ( VUcUianus), 
Beoan, bishop, . . 3 . 

Beoghain, bishop and abbot, of Magh-bile, 
Beoghna, abbot of Bennchar, . 
Be66g, .... 

Beoin, virgin, .... 

3 Eleventh Epistle. — Tliat is, in Uasher^s Veterum Epistolarum Hibcmicamm Sylloge^ p. 
24 (ed. Dubl., 1632), and Works, vol. iv, p. 482. (R.) 

12 Oct. 

15 Feb. 

21 Apr. 

10 Apr. 

24 May. 

5 Jun. 

24 Nov. 

4 Dec. 

11 Jul. 

22 Dec. 

6 Dec. 

9 Nov. 

26 Fob. 

17 Mar. 

5 Apr. 
26 Apr. 
26 May. 

17 Aug. 
17 Aug. 
12 Oct. 

10 Feb. 

1 Aug. 
12 Feb. 

8 Mar. 

8 Aug. 
26 Oct. 

3 Dec 

27 Jul. 

22 Aug. 
25 Oct 

1 Feb. 

8C6 ctccR Ma mccncccBloise. 

bicq^each ogh 6 Chill Oicqicctie, - 

btcciU, Culcho, 

biojifccm epfcob, 

Oiiiin epfcob, 

btceof abb, .1. ITlobiu Inp Cunifqiaiti, 

boen, .1. bmci epj^op TTlainifCiveach, 

boja ogh 6 t«tap. "Oal CCjiaiTie, 

bolcan epfcop, 

bolcan ChiUe ctiile. 

Ootch inaisliiiTip, 

Oairoon Ttlertiaif c]\uiinm, . 

bnghTia 1 Ciix btiecan, 

bloch Cttuma s|\encha ojh, 

blarh osh {Flora F.). 

btachmac mac l^tainn {Florigtniu*, rel Flora*), 

Olachmac, . 

bloon epfcop o ChinT> safwroh, 

Cacoif' 6 ThiBblaafi 1 n[SaU,]5aoi-oeoUiit), Iitroie 1 
non hab^cnp-] 
biian'oiiilj o hoch TTliiinfteiiiaiii, 
bpanBoB epixob, 
bium becc 6 Ctil«onaT)h, 
bfutcccm 6 Ruif nnjic, 
bfvenaiiiT), . 
bpenctinT», • 

bi\enaiiiTi abb Cinema i»TVca, 
biMnoiriT) poboiTi, ■ 
OfvenaiTiT). . 
bivenainT* K^T colptw, 
bivenoinTi bioiiiia abb, 
bpenainn 'Oiioma liacc, 
bfvenainn Eprhlwirh 
bperiaifiTi traiicltioiia, 
bitccati epitup TDaise bite, 
brveacon epfx^, 
brveacan 6 6ach'Dfvuim, 
bfveacon Clnana cocha, 
bfieacan 6 Chili mmji Tiiqiaib, 

38 Inn. 

1 Mon. 

i tlon. 

3 -Dec. 

22 InU 

7 -Obc. 

22 1m. 

20 rub. 

4 tuU 

24 nou. 

24 Ion. 

21 app. 

18 1m. 

29 Im. 

24 1«!. 

11 -Oec. 

10 an%. 

■ ItMmano 

. 6 peb. 

3 Inn. 

18 IHai. 

17 8epc. 

9 1m. 

8 mai. 

16 niai. 

27 lul. 

1 Mou. 

3 II0U. 

29 >1oo. 

1 •Dec. 

8 -Dec. 



1 irioi. 

7 mm. 

IC uu 

9 a.E. 



Bigrseach, virgin, of Cill-Bigsiglie, 


. 28 Jun. 

Bigill, of Tulach, 

1 Nov. 

BiorstaD, bishop, 

4 Nov. 

Birin, bishop, . . 

3 Dee. 

Bitens, abbot, i.e. Mobiu of IniB-Camscraid, . 

, 22 Jnl. 

Boetiy i.e. Buiti, bishop, of the Monastery, 

7 Dee. 

Bogha, virgin, of Letir in Dal-Araidhe, 

. 22 Jan. 

Bolcan, bishop, 

, 20 Feb. 

Bolcan, of Cill-cuile, . 

4 Jnl. 

Boioh, the Master, 

. 24 Nov. 

Boadan, of Methais-craimm, . 

. 24 Jra. 

Baghna, in Tir Bretan, 

. 21 Apr. 

Blath, of Cluain-grencha, virgin, 

. 18 Jan. 

Blath, virgin (Flora V.), 

. 29 Jan. 

BlathmaCy son of Flann {Flortgenius, or Flortu 


84 Jnl. 

Blathmac, ..... 


11 Dec. 

Blaan, bishop, of Oenn-garadh, 


. 10 kag. 

[and of Dubh-blaan in [6all]gmoidheI. He is not noticed at this day 

in the Roman Martyrology.] 

Branduibh, of Loch-Muinremhair, . .6 Feb. 

Brandubh, bishop, .... 

3 Jnn. 

Bran Beg, of Claonadh, 

. 18 May. 

Braccan, of Ros-tnirc, 

17 Sept. 

Brenainn, ..... 

9 Jan. 

Brenainn, ..... 

8 May. 

Brenainn, abbot, of CluaJn-ferta, 

16 May. 

Brenainn, of Fobhar, .... 

. 27 Jnl. 

Brenainn, ..... 

1 Nov. 

Brenainn, of Qlas-colpta, 

3 Not. 

Brenainn, of Biorr, abbot. 

. 29 Nov. 

Brenainn, of Dmim-liaco, 

1 Dee. 

Brenainn, of Tethbha, 

8 Dec 

Brenainn, of Etarclnain, 

13 Dea 

Brecan, bishop, of Magh-bile, . 

. 29 Apr. 

Breacan, bishop, .... 

1 May. 

Breacan, of Eachdruim, 

7 May. 

Breacan, of Cluain-catha, 

. 16 Jnl. 

Breacan, of Gill- mor-dithruibh, 

9 Aug. 


clccH Mcc nicmrccHloise. 

[iiigeii b^ioicp 

, inatre 


Ofieacan ep^xop, 

Ofieacan ep|xx)p (JCi^XDe 0]\ecuiii, 

Ofieac pele 6 Ohealach |«le, 

Ofieacnac 6^h, 

Ofiealach mac pichcheallaig, 

Op.eafal 6 TDejirhai^h, 

Ofiighic o^h bcm abb CiUe -oa^ia 

bfii^hic ingen TDomma, 
Ofii^ic in^eon Lennie, 
Ojxi^hir TTloTia Tniolam, 

Oin^hic ingen "OiommaiTi, . 

Qfti^hiT: oTjh 6 Chill mtiiTie, 

Ofiigh Choifibfie, 

Oftican Ttiama *0|\eaccaiti, 

O^xiocon Racha, 

Qftitiinfech caol o^h o TTlhuigh qfiea, 

[S. Buriena Virgo Hibernica colitur in oppido sui nominis in Anglia 
29 Mail. An cadem Bruinseach ?] 

byioccon mac Cn-oa, 

Ofioccan, .... 

bfioccan Cluana ifnc peig, . 

bfioccan, .... 

bfiocccm fC|iibTiiT)h 6 TTlhaotail, . 

bfioccan 1omT)hain, 

bfiocai'6 6 Imleac bfioccroa, 

byiocccroh, .... 

bfionach o§ 6 ^l^^i^^ feichif , 

byion, .1. epfcop bfion Chaipl lojxfia, 

b^ioTichon LecheT:, . 

b|\ti5hach epfCop 6 Raich maige aonaig, 

bimghach {ffaspUius)^ 

btJODan TTlechaif cfitiimm, . 

12 Oct. 
1 T)ec. 

6 "Dec. 
15 Ian. 

3 lul. 

17 peb. 

18 mai. 

1 peb. 

7 peb. 

6 moTi. 
9 mail. 
9 man. 

21 TTlai. 
30 8epr. 
12 Mod. 

7 Ian. 
5 Sepr. 

19 rriai. 
29 mai. 

1 Ian. 
9 CCpTi. 
5 Inn. 

27 Inn. 

8 lul. 
25 CCtij. 

9 lul. 
U CCu^. 

2 ap|i. 
8 Itin. 

30 8epr. 
1 Mou. 

3 Mou. 
24 Ian. 




Breacan, bishop, 

Breacan^ bishop, of Ard-Brecain, 

Breac Fele, of Bealach-fele, . 

Breaonat, virgin, 

Brealach, son of Fithcheallach, 

Breasaly of Derthach, . 

Brighity yirgin, abbess, of Cill-dara [daughter of Broicsech 

her mother was BrocKclia^ 
Brighit, daughter of Domma, . 
Brigit, daughter of Lenin, 
Brighit, of Moin-miolain, 

Brighit, daughter of Diomman, 

Brighit, virgin, of Cill-mnine> 
Brigh, of Cairbre, 
Briccin, of Tuaim-Dregain, 
Briotan, of Bath, 
Brninsech, the Slender, virgin, of Magh-Trea, 

\8. Burienoy a virgin of Irelandf is venerated, in a town bearing her name 
in England, on the 21)th of May. Is she this Broinfleach ?] 

Brogan, son of Enna, . 


Brogan, of Cluain-mhic-Feig, 


Brogan, scribe, of Maothail, 

Brogan, of lomdan, 

Brocaidh, of Imleach-Brocadha, 

Brogadh, .... 

Bronach, virgin, of Glenn-seichis, 

Bron, i.e. bishop Bron, of Caisel-iorra, 

Bronchan, of Lethet, . 

Brughach, bishop, of Rath-maighe-aonaigh, 

Brughach {HotpUiuB), 

Buadan, of Methas-cruimm, . 

. 12 Oct. 

1 Dec. 

6 Deo. 

. 15 Jan. 

3 Jul. 

. 17 Feb. 

. 18 May. 

! 1 Feb. 

7 Feb. 

6 Mar. 

. 9 Mar. 

. 9 Mar. 

. 21 May. 

. 30 Sept. 

. 12 Nov. 

7 Jan. 

5 Sept. 

. 19 May. 

. 29 May. 


1 Jan. 

9 Apr. 

5 Jon. 

. 27 Jun. 

. 8 Jol. 

. 25 Ang. 

. 9 Jul. 

. 14 Ang. 

2 Apr. 

8 Jon^ 

. 30 Sept 

1 Nov. 

3 Nov. 

. 24 Jan. 



clccH na iTiccHrccRJoise. 


Cainman, ...... 

. 21 llou. 

[Cailleac .1. Calixnif 110 5^W,uf .' 

Cainim Inp cealqia, .... 

. 24 iriaix. 

Confian, ...... 

1 rJou. 

Cafimncm, ...... 

. 20 ItJl. 

Cafirhach epfcop 6 Chill Chayirhai^h, 

5 inoTX. 

Cafirach mac 0]xbrhaiT)he epfcob, . 

. 26 mori. 

Caffcm 6 lomtual, .... 

. 28 ma|\. 

Caffan facca|\c, ..... 

4 lUTl. 

Caffan Clucma fiaiche, .... 

. 20 ItJTi. 

Caffcm, ...... 

3 "Oec. 

Caff OeiiTichaifi, ..... 

. 26 CTpti. 

CaiffiTi mac tlemain, .... 

1 Ttlati. 

CaiffiTi o^h T)fitiirn -oa "oaiir, 

. 22 Ttlai. 

Caran [oiT)e blaain, Caihandus]^ . 

1 peb. 

CaruTi, ...... 

. 12 'Dec. 

Cachchati epfcop 6 Rait T)efit:hai5e (CataUus .1. Catal), 

. 20 TTlatx. 

Cachub epfcob, ...... 

6 CCpfi. 

Carhboch, ....... 

1 lul. 

CachbaT)h, . . . . . , 

16 8epr. 

CaiTiT)each, ....... 

. 23 Ion. 

Cain'oeach mac Uichil faccafic, . . . , 

. 31 Ion. 

Cainneach abb CCchaiT)h bo, . . . , 

. 11 Oct. 

CaiTiDeach 6 CCchoo pxiirhiTi, . . . . 

28 Mon. 

CanToefi 6 Chill chuiliTi'D, . . . . . 

28 Ian. 

CainT)efi 6 Uitit) haHait, . . . . . 

5 Uon, 

CaiTiTie6cc, ....... 

15 TTlat. 

Caifipfie Cfiomm epfcop Cluana mic lloif , 

6 irioTi, 

Cai|\pfie epfcop Tllaige bile, . . . . 

3 trial. 

Caifipfte epfcob, ...... 

1 tloa. 

Caifvpfie epfcob 6 Chuil fiaichiTi, . . , . 

11 tlon. 

Caifiech 'Oqi^ain ogh 6 Cltiain boifienti, . 

9 peb. 

Caifinech eapfcob, ...... 

28 TrioT^. 

CaifiTiech T^mlein, ...... 

16 TTlai. 

Caifiell epfcop 6 X3i|i Hoif , . . . . 

13 luti. 




Cam man, 

• t • • 

21 Nov. 

[Cailleach, i.e. Calixtm, or Giflus.' 

Caimin, of In is Cealtra, 

24 Mar. 


1 Nov. 


. 20 Jul. 

Carthach, bishop, of Cill-Oartliaigh, 

5 Mar. 

Oartach, son of Erbthadb, bishop, 

, 26 Mar. 

Oassan, of lomdhual, . 

. 28 Mar. 

Cassan, priest, 

i Jnn. 

Oassan, of Cluain-raithe, 

20 JuD. 


3 Dec. 

Cass, of Bennchar, 

26 Apr. 

Caissin, son of Neman, 

1 Mar. 

Caissin, yirgin, of Druim-da-dhart, 

22 May. 

Catan [tutor of Blaan, Cathanduslj 

1 Feb. 


12 Dec. 

Cathchan, bishop, of Bath-derthaige (Catallw, i.e. Cathal), 

. 20 Mar. 

Cathub, bishoj). 

• • • « 

6 Apr. 


• ■ • 

1 Jul. 


• • ■ • 

16 Sept. 


• • • 

, 23 Jan. 

Caindeach, son of Uichil, priest, 

• • • < 

31 Jan. 

Cainncnch, abbot of Achadh-bo, 

• * • • 

11 Oct. 

Caindeach, of Achadh-raithin, 

• ■ 

. 28 Nov. 

Cainder, of CilUchuilinn, 

• • • * 

. 28 Jan. 

Cainder, of Rinn-hallaidh, 

• • • 

5 Nov. 


• • • ' 

15 May. 

Cairpre Crom, bishop of Cluain-mic- 


6 Mar. 

Cairpre, bishop of Magh-bile, . 

• • . 

■ 3 May. 

Cairpre, bishop. 

• • • 

1 Nov. 

Cairpre, bishop, of Cal-raithin^ 

• • • 

. 11 Nov. 

Cairech Dergain, virgin, of Cluain-boirenn, 

9 Feb. 

Cairnech, bishop, 

• . • 1 

. 28 Mar. 

Caimech, of Tuilcn, . 

• • • • 

16 May. 

Caircll, bishop, of Tir-rois, 

• • • « 

13 Jun. 





Cai]Xiruii "0^X0111 ma I6|\a, 


Caolan T)aifve {Caelianus), 

Caolan o Chill e6, . 


Caol6n Itifi cealqria, 


Caolcm 1 Ti6ch inif , 

Caolcm o Oiigh na inanac, 

Caol qiaib-oeach {Coelitu), . 

[an C. CoelioB sedulus n. in devotione ?] 

Caolbcroh 6 Chill Chaolboroh, 

Caolchu 6 Lui ai|\chifi {Colchus), 

Caol o^h 6 Chill na niTigeti, 

CaoilviotiTi o^h, 

CaiUin epfcop picybnacha, . 

Caomhan (Pulcherius), 

Caoriiati TYlui^he mac T)© doti, 


Caomhan tiaomh, . 


Caomhan CC]XT)a Caomham, 

Caomhan mac T)ai5hfve, 

Caoman bfvec epfcop 6 'Ooifte na con .i. Coin-oefie, 

Caoman bfiec o Rof ech [ui-oe an fic 6^aq\of ], 

Caomhan, .... 

Caoman, .... 

Caoman Onai^h qriuim, 

Caoman Uuif C|\uirhnechain, 

Caomocc Inp (PiUcheria), . 

Caoimhe 6 Chill Caoimhe (Ptdcheria), 

[Caoi'oe ab o T)omnac Caoi'oe i ^Cifi 6o§ain T)iaec T)efienfif , 
25 Occob., 8 cal. tlouembjxif , CaDintif i LaiT)in. CCca a 
ciH, a CI05, acuf a bacall afi pagail. Ui-oe Caen epfcop 
24 Occobjxif , pfvo cfuo TTlaiiianiif habec Caere .1. Caoi'oe 

50 T)ll.] 

Caomlach 6 ftainn, . . . . . 

Cuoimj^ach 6 TDhe^imai^h Chuile caonna, 

7 ma]i. 

3 l^oii. 
19 Itin. 
30 Itin. 
25 lot. 
29 lol, 
16 «epr. 

25 S&pr. 
29 Oct. 
10 lloa. 

21 CCd^. 
24 Sepr, 

26 Occ. 
3 peb. 

13 lloii. 

14 peb. 

22 peb. 
14 maji. 
18 TYlaji. 

7 Itin. 
12 lun. 
14 aii^. 

3 8epr. 
14 Sepr,, 
16 8epr. 
16 Oct. 

3 Won. 
18 'Dec- 

1 Won. 

2 lion. 

3 tloii. 
30 tlou. 



Gairetsn, of Druim-lara, 


Gaolan, of Daire {Cadiantu)^ 

Gaolan, of Oill-eo, 


GaolaD, of Inis-Cealtra, 


Caolan, in Ech-inis, . 

Caolan, of Tech-na-manach, 

Caol, the Devout (Coelitu), 

[Is this C. Coelius, sedulus, sciL in devotion ?] 

Oaolbhadh, of Cill-Oaolbadh, . 

Caolchn, of Lui-airthir (Colchus), 

Oaol, yii^n, of Oill-na-ninghen, 

Oaoilfhionn, virgin, . 

Caillin^ bishop, of Fiodhnach, 

Gaomhan {PulcheriiLd)^ 

Caomhan, of Magh-mac-Dodon, 


Gaomhan, the holy, . 


Gaomhan of Ard-Gaomhain, . 

Gaomhan, son of Daighre, 

Gaomhan Brec, bishop, of Doire-na-con, i.e. Goinderc, 

Gaomhan Brec, of Ros-ech [see whether it be Eachros], 



Gaomhan, of Enach-truim, 

Gaoman, of Ros-Gruithnechan, 

Gaomh6g, of In is (FiUcheria), . 

Gaoimhe, of Gill-Gaoimhe {Fulcheria), 

Gaoide, abbot, of Domhnach-Gaoide, in Tir Eoghain, diocese of 
Deny, 25 Oct. (8 Gal. Nov.) ; Cadinus in Latin. His church, 
his bell, and his staff are preserved. See Gaeti, bishop, 24 
Octob., for whom Marian us has Gaete, i.e. Caoide, as he is 
commonly called.] 

Gaonilach, of Raithin, . . . . . 

Caoimseach, of Dermagh Chuile-caenna, 

7 Man 

. 3 Nov. 

. 19 Jun. 

. 30 Jon. 

. 25 Jul. 

. 29 Jul. 

. 16 Sept 

. 25 Sept. 

. 29 Oct 

. 10 Nov. 

. 21 Aug. 

. 24 Sept 

. 26 Oct 

3 Feb. 

. 13 Nov. 

. 14 Feb. 

. 22 Feb. 

. 14 Mar. 

. 18 Mar. 

7 Jun. 

. 12 Jun. 

. 14 Aug. 

. 3 Sept 

. 14 Sept 

. 16 Sept 

• 16 Oct 

. 3 Nov. 

. 18 Dec. 

. 1 Nov. 

. 2 Nov. 

3 Nov. 
30 Nov. 


rXicn n(f nKCwrccKJoi^e. 


Caoiiifa o^h 6 'Chuihhicca, 

Caoiii ogh o Chill Chuoniie, 

CaotTili6cc, .... 

Caonihghiii abb, 

Caoiih^hni abb ^nnie Da loch, 

Caonn^heni b^xec, . 

Caonchotn|\ac o T)hifea]ir chinn clai|x, 

Caoncoin]xac ep^xop liip enT>aitii, . 


Caoinner, .... 

Cao|il«Ti ep^Top CC]iT)a TTlaclia, 

Caojinan [Cill Cho^inani i cConnacruip], 

Cao^xnati Cluana eich, 

Ceallach coiiia]iba par^iaicc, 

Ceallach mac "OuTicha^a, . 

Oallach Deochaiti, . 

Ceallach an, 

Ceallcccan Cluana nop^iar, 

CeaMan ua paqxach, 

Ceallan mac putiam, 

CeaUan ix<<^^<iU''« • 

Ceallaii, .... 

Cele C^iio^t; t-pi'cop, 

Cel^ clei^ieach ep^cop acuf mai^m^i, 

CelfUf epfcop CQi'Da ITlacha, 


CeaiTDpaolaf) abb OeiiDchuiii, 

Ceaiima^i, . 


Ceafia ogh, 

Oa^ia ogh, 

Cea|ia o TTlaigh a^xaT), 

Cerhech ep^x^op parfiaicc, 


(*aeri ep^Top, 

13 Sepr. 
25 peb. 
4 apfi, 

22 1tf{. 
11 niai. 

3 lun. 

16 Oct. 
29 Ion. 

23 lul. 

6 Sepz. 

24 CCptx. 
34 TTlati. 
31 Ian. 
28 app. 

1 CCp|i. 
18 Itil. 

7 Oct. 
22 Ctpti. 
24 «epr. 

1 TTlai. 

17 lun. 

8 Oct. 
17 tlou. 

3 map. 
8 lul. 
6 CCp^i. 
17 map. 

8 CCpp. 

9 TTlai. 
6 Ian. 
5 peb. 

8 peb. 
IG Oct. 
16 lun. 

9 mai. 
24 Oct. 



Caoinineachy .... 

. 13 Sept 

Oaomhsa, virgin, of Tanihlacht, 

. 25 Feb. 

Caomh, Tirgin, of Cill-Ohaoimhe, 

4 Apr. 

Caomh6g, .... 

. 22 Jul. 

Caoimlighen, abbot, . 

. 11 May. 

Caoimhgben, abbot, of Glenn-da-locb, 

3 Jnn. 

Gaoimbghen Brec, . . . . 

. 16 Oct 

Caoncbomrac, of Disert-cbinn-clair, . 

. 29 JuD. 

GaoncbomraCy bisbop, of Inis-endaiinb, 

. 23 Jul. 


6 Sept 

Oaoinnety .... 

. 2i Apr. 

Gaorlan, bisbop, of Ard-Macba, 

. 24 Mar. 

Oaornan [of Cill-Chaornain in Connacbt], 

. 31 Jan. 

Oaornan, of Cluain-eicb, 

. 28 Apr. 

Ceallaob, successor of Patrick, 

1 Apr. 

Ceallacb, son of Duncbadh, . 

. 18 Jul. 

Oealkicb, tbe deacon^ . . . , 

. 7 Oct. 

Ceallacban, . . . . . 

. 22 Apr. 

Oealkicban, of Oluain-tioprat, . 

. 24 Sept 

Ceallan Ua Fiacbracb, 

1 May. 

Ceallan, son of Fionan, 

. 17 Jun. 

Ceallan, priest, 

8 Oct. 

Ceallan, . . . . , 

. 17 Nov. 

Cele-Criost, bisbop, 

3 Mar. 

C^l^leireacb, bisbop and martyr, 

8 Jul. 

Celsus, bisbop of Ard-Macba, . 

6 Apr. 

Ceanandan, .... 

. 17 Mar. 

Ceannfaoladb, abbot of Benncbar, 

8 Apr. 

Ceanmar, . . . . . 

9 May. 

Cearcbicb, . . . . . 

6 Jan. 

Ceara, virgin, . . . . 

5 Feb. 

Ceara, virgin, . . . . 

8 Feb. 

Ceara, of Magb-a^jcad, 

16 Oct. 

Cetbecb, bisbop of Patrick, 

16 Jun. 

Cetfaidb, . . . . . 


9 May. 

Caeti, bisbop, . . . . 


. 24 Oct. 

[('a««tto, \.o. ('Hoiilo, »»f Domhiiach ('ai»i«llic» »{ ihi* I>i.inaiil-f«Mii m Tir- 


clccR Ma ma:RT:ccRloise. 

Ceicfie meic Oaficatn, 

Ceirfie meic THomniain, 

Cia|ian mac CCeDha, 

Ciaficm 6 ftof cumalcha, . 

Ciaficm 'Corhlacra, . . , . 

Ciaficm Uama, .... 

Ciafian Satgixe epfcop acuf coTi|:«f]X)|x, 

Ciaficm PoiJdi, .... 

Ciaficm Clticma fofca, 

Ciaficm mac Colgan, 

Ciajian Oealaigh vmr\, 

Ciafian o Oii^h ua S^iicish, 

Ciafian o Chill m6ifi T)irhfieib, 

Ciafian mac an rixxoifi, abb Cluana mic noif , 

Ciafian mac leifi epfcop, . 

Ciafian abb Rarha maige aonai^h, 

CiafiaTi epfcop 'Ciopfiaic mic Tlenna, 

[Ui'oe "De hoc in uica 8. Declani pfiope pnem.] 

Ciafi o^h o Chill Ceifie, ..... 
[Ciap, acti^* Laf|xiix oga cucelatvey* ecclepae patitiochialij' -oe 
Dortinac Tn6in •oiaecepj* Clochep-etrpi* i iTDuchcng TTleij; 

9 CCiiy. 

9 CCiij. 
5 lorn. 
9 Ion. 

4 peb. 
24 peb. 

5 mofu 

8 mofi. 
30 apfu 
19 mat. 
U Inn. 
19 luL 

9 CCog. 
9 8epr. 

29 8epc. 

8 Occ. 

10 Moil. 

5 lorn. 

Ciannac o^h. 

1 I 

. 23 TtloTi. 

Ciunan abb. 

. 25 peb. 

Cianan epfcop *Oaimliacc, . 

. 24 Moa. 

CiaTiari, . , . . 

1 1 

. 29 Motj. 

Cinne ogh, . . . , 


. 1 peb. 

CiUin ua CoUa abb paichne, 

t i 

3 Ian. 

CiUiTi epfcop 6 Chi^h I^alain, 


. 27 TTlai. 

CiHen abb, . 

1 1 

8 Ian* 

CiUen, . . , , 


. 16 Ian. 

CiUen l/ilchich. 


. 12 map.. 

CiUen mac Tk)loDh|\ain, 


. 26 TTlap.. 

CiUen mac Lubnain, 

. 14 CCpii. 


. 19 apTi. 

CiUen abb la. 

3 Ittl. 



7 aii^. 

^ Fuiir sofiit. — This and the next entrj' ctmu 

? in under 

the letter 

C, herause the Irish Wf>rd 



The four sods' of Earcan, 

The fonr sods of DiommaD, 

Oiaran son of Aedh, . 

Ciaran, of Ros-cumalcha, 

OiaraD, of Tamhlachi, 

Ciaran, of the Cave, . 

CiaraD, of Saighir, bishop and coDfessor, 

Oiaran, of Foighidh, . 

Ciaran, of Olnain-sosia, 

Ciaran, son of Oolga, • 

Oiaran, of Bealach-duin, 

Oiaran, of Tech-ua-Goirtigh, • 

Oiaran, of Oill-mor-dithreibh, • 

Oiaran, son of the Carpenter, abbot of Qiiain-niic-nois, 

Ciaran, son ler, bishop, 

Ciaran, abbot of Bath-maighe-aonaigh, 

Ciaran, bishop of Tioprat-mic-Nenna, • 

[See concerning him in the Life of S. Declan near the end.] 

Oiar, virgin, of Cill-Ceire, .... 

[Clar and Lassari virgins, patrons of the parish church of Domhnach- 
moin, of the diocese of Clochar, in the country of Mac-Mathgh- 

Ciannat, virgin, 

Cianan, abbot, 

Cianan, bishop, of Daimhliaoc, 


Oinne, virgin, 

Cillin Ua Colla, abbot of Fathain, 

OiUin, bishop, of Tech-Talain, 

Cillen, abbot, . 


Cillen, of Li leach, 

Cillen, son of Tolodhran, 

Cillen, son of Lubnan, 


Cillen, abbot, of la, . 


(nr/tnir is Ccithiv. It was impossible 

9 Ang. 
9 Aug. 
5 Jan. 
9 Jan. 

4 Feb. 
24 Feb. 

5 Hor. 

8 Mar. 
30 Apr. 
19 May. 
14 Jnn. 
19 JoL 

9 Aug. 
9 Sept. 

29 Sept 

8 Oct. 

10 Nov. 

5 Jan. 

23 Mar. 

25 Feb. 

24 Nov. 
29 Nov. 

1 Feb. 

3 Jan. 
27 May. 

8 Jan. 
16 Jan. 
12 Mar. 

26 Mar. 
14 Apr. 
19 Apr. 

3 Jul. 
7 Aug. 

to preserve this peculiarity in the translation. (T.) 


clem tKC mccnrccRloise. 

CiUen epfcop, 


CiUlen mac bfie^ti'mxi, 


CiHion mac X)o'6naiti, 

Cobh|iari Cluana, . 

Cobfian Cluana cuallacra, 

Cobhaiji mac 5ui^» 

Coccnar o^h 6 O^xnai'De, 


[CCca Cill Cboca yan flli'D© oi-oeacc l«e 6 (Xt chat- ui'oecu^v 

niuinie Cliia|vatn Saijjxi. Wyoe catnen. CJConacli, jxioiiie, 

Cocha Rolf Oenchui^i [an i |X)]:a|i b^iuine Cia^iain Sai^^ii] 
Coibneffach epfcop, 
CoibDenach epfcop (X]\T)a ffiata 
Coinifigh X)oninai5h ai^xif, 
Coinin epfcop, 

31 aa^. 

22 Oct. 
28 X)ec. 

5 lal. 

23 Occ. 
19 liil. 

2 anj. 
30 Itil. 
11 peb. 

6 ItJii. 

CoincenT) Chao?xic1iuiT)h, 
Coiningen, . 
CoinT)eii\e Chmle liacc, 
Coinim) o^h, 
Coincliarli, . 
Coppa o^h, . 

Coipp Cluana ciocliihtn^be, 
Coipp in§en T)ioina, 
Coluiin 6 Cecil Triiiin|ien*iai^i, 
Column an, . 
Colum Clnnx) ga^iaf), 
Columm loclia Infe cjie, 
Columm 5oba, 
Columm manaigh,. . 
Columm CiU^ abb la ere, 
Coluim epfcob, 
Co^uimm mac blaain, 

* Day i journey. — The word left in its ori'^inal c(»ntra< 
lit. a nijxht's l<»dpinf;. OiT)eacr lap, the firM flav's 
Dublin. (T.) 

29 lun. 

16 Ocr. 
2^ llou. 

30 3epr. 

12 peb. 

13 mqi. 
20 CCus. 

29 ap]i. 

17 -Dec. 

30 8epr. 
7 Occ. 

18 Ian. 
24 CCpii. 
28 CCpti. 

6 peb. 
23 Veb. 

1 ma|\. 
15 mai. 

7 lun. 
7 lun. 
9 lun. 

1 CCug. 

2 8epr. 

(c«l Mnle by Mr. ('urry i« m-neacr, 
leepin^ plarp (»n the jouniey from 


Cillcn, biahup, 

31 Aig. 


22 Oct. 

Cillen, son of Bregdai, 

28 Deo. 


B JuL 

CiUiftD, sou of Dodbnan, 

23 Oot. 

Cobhran, of Gluain, . 

19 Jul. 

Cobnn, of Cluain-cUEilliichta, 

2 Aug. 

Cobhair, SOD of Gall, . 

30 Jul. 

CogDat, virgin, of Ernaidbe, 

11 Feb. 


6 Jdd. 

[Then ii a Cill-Chora in Hidbe, ■ day'i journey' from Ath-Cli>th. 

She ■«m> to >» the name of Ciann ot S«ighir. Bnt ■«. Titrt » 

a Ur, holidij, and church Acre. 

Cocha, of Ros-Bennchair [iras she the nurse of Ciaran of 

Saighirl] 29 Jun. 

16 Oct. 

Coibdenach, bishop of Ard-sratha, 

26 Nov. 

Coimsigh, of Doninach-airis, . 

30 Sept. 

Coinin, bishop, 

12 Feb. 


13 Mar. 

Coinchonn, of Caolacbaidh, . 

20 Aug. 

Coimnghen, . 

29 Apr. 

Coindeire, of Cuil-liag, 

17 Dee. 

Coinind, virgin. 

30 Sept. 

Coincliath, . 

7 Oct. 

Coppa, virgin. 

18 Jul. 

Coipp, of Cliiain-viochmbuighe, 

24 Apr. 

Ooipp, daaghtcr of Dioma, . 

28 Apr. 

Coluim, of Loch Muinreainhair, 

6 Feb. 


23 Feb. 

Coliim, of Cinn-ganulb, 

1 Mar. 

Colurani, i.f Loch Insc-Cro, . 

Ifi May. 

Coluinm Gobba [f/i- Smi/h], . 

7 Jun. 

Columm, monk. 

7 Jun. 

C<>luniin-i.-il]e, nbbol of In, etc.. 

9 Jiin. 

I Ang. 

Coluinini, xonofBlnan, 

2 Sejit. 


clccR wa TTicairccRloise. 

Coltiifn Ruif gloiTDa, 

Coltiifn faccaftc, 

Coltifnfn Odn, 


ColtiTTiTTi abb OenT)chui|i, 

Coltifn Inp caoin, . 


Coltifnfn o Chail T)arTiain, . 

Cdtifnbati abb fioboi ipti Crxail, 

Cottitn Chuile 0|iiain, 

Coltifnfn Difie -oa^laf , 

Colufnba o^h ingeti Ouice, . 

Coltifnba mac paol^huffa, 

Colfnan TTluilitiT) 6 'Ohaifie Chaocham [a n'Oal RiaT)a], 

Colfnan fnac Ochach, 

Colmcm Cefi|i, 


Colmcm .1. TTlocolmdcc Lif m6i|i, 



Colmon epfcop 6 ChiH mic "Otiach, 

Colmon epfcop, 

Colmcm mac Ui Del'oaib epfcop, 

Colman Clticma li6|iaifiT), . 


[Et Camerarius agit de Colmano epiacopo hoc die/ 

Colmcm CC^xT)a bo, 

[Sed non habetur ibi.] 

Colman o Cluain T^ibp^inT), . 

Colmcm Linne UachaiUe, 

Colman CamachaiT)h, 

Colman pionn, 



Colmcm noomh, 

Colman Locha Ochim, 

6 Sepc, 
22 Sepr. 
27 Sepc. 

29 Sepc, 
1 Oct. 

14 Occ. 
16 Occ. 

8 lion. 

21 Hon. 
11 "Dec. 
13 "Dec. 
25 Tna|\. 

15 TTlaf. 
1 Icm. 

1 Icm. 
13 Icm. 

13 Ian. 

22 Ian. 

2 peb. 

2 peb. 

3 peb. 

7 peb. 

8 peb- 

9 peb. 
18 peb. 

21 peb. 

5 mafx. 

10 moTi. 

30 mail. 

31 mail. 

4 CCpfi. 
9 CCpji. 

14 CCpii. 
2 mai. 

6 trial. 

1 Colman.— In the margin, opposite this name, is written 20, denotin- that tlli^ nanii* 



Coluim of Ros-glauda, . . . . . 

6 Sept 

Coluitn, priest, ...... 

22 Sept. 

Colamm B&n [the White], . . . . . 

27 Sept. 

Colamm, ••..... 

29 Sept. 

Colamm, abbot of Bennchar, . . . . . 

1 Oct. 

Oolum, of Inis-caoin, ...... 

14 Oct 

Oolnmm, ....... 

16 Oct. 

Oolnmm, of Cuil-damhain, . . . . . 

8 Nov. 

Oolumban, abbot, who was in Italy, . . . . 

21 Nov. 

Oolum, of Ouil-Briuin, . . . . . 

11 Dec. 

Oolommy of Tir-da-glass, . . . . . 

13 Dec 

Goliimba, virgin, daughter of Buite, . . . . 

25 Mar. 

Oolnmba, son of Faolgus, . . . . . 

15 May. 

Oolman Muilinn, of Daire-chaochain [in Dal-Riada,] 

1 Jan. 

Oolman, son of Eochaidh, . . . . . 

1 Jan. 

Oolman Cerr, ....... 

13 Jan. 

Oolman, ....... 

13 Jan. 

Oolman, i.e. Mocolm6g of Lismor, . . . . 

22 Jan. 

Oolman, ....... 

2 Feb. 

Oolman, ...... 

2 Feb. 

Oolman, bishop, of Oill-mic-Duach, . . . . 

3 Feb. 

Oolman, bishop, ..... 

7 Feb. 

Oolman, son of Ui Telduibh, bishop, . 

8 Feb. 

Oolman, of Oluain hEraird, .... 

9 Feb. 

Oolman, ...... 

. 18 Feb. 

[Camerarius abo treata at this day of Colman, a bUhop.] 

Oolman, of Ard-bo, ..... 

. 21 Feb. 

Oolman, ...... 

6 Mar. 

[Bat he is not noticed in the Martjfroiogy at this day.] 

Oolman, of Oluain-Tibhrinn, .... 

. 10 Mar. 

Oolman, of Linn Uachaille, .... 

. 30 Mar. 

Oolman, of Oamachaidh, .... 

. 31 Mar. 

Oolman Fionn, ..... 

4 Apr. 

Oolman, ...... 

9 Apr. 

Oolman,^ ...... 

. 14 Apr. 

Oolman the Holy, ..... 

2 May. 

Oolman, of Loch Echim, .... 

6 May. 

completer the firRt Ki-ore of Colmanx in tlie lint. (R.) 


clocR Mcc mccnrcmJ 0156. 

Coliiiaii mac Uu Laigfi, 


15 niai. 

ColniuTi epfcop, 


18 Itlai. 

Colnmii 'Ooi^ie ni6i]i. 


20 lllai. 

Colmuii LoV)a]i o lllai^h eo. 

• • • 

21 lllai. 

Colnian, .... 

• • • 

21 rriai. 

Colnian, .... 

• • • 

24 TTlai. 

Colmati, .... 


26 niai. 

Cotmocn, .... 

• • • 

1 lun- 

Colinuii, .... 


4 Ian. 

Cotmcm, .... 

• • • 

6 Ian. 

ColfnaTi 6 TTliliuc, 

• • « 

15 Ian. 

CdTnan mac Tloi i Hecb|iaiTiTi, 

• • • 

16 Ian. 

Colman m6|i mac Ltiacbaiti, 

• • • 

17 Ian. 

Colman mac TTlici, . 

• • • 

18 Ian. 


Colman "Oiioma liaf , 

• • • 

19 Ian. 

[Mart Carthuflian.] 

Colman Pixoinnnghe, 


26 Ian. 

Colman 1om|iama 6 phaichin bice [a 

ninif Oo^hani], 

8 lal. 

Colman mac Cfi6na, 

• • • 

11 lul. 

Colman faccayiT: Cltiana 0|itichaif , 

• • • 

12 lal. 

Colman mac CCingein, 


14 lal. 

Colman .i. T11ocbolm6cc, 

* * • 

19 lul. 

Colman, .... 

* • « 

22 lal. 

Colman Ua Liarhain, 


25 lal. 

[Cfuem CCenguf TTlocolnids "oicic, uc 

IllunxTu'jg p|\o la^xnu, 

TTIo|»iol65, TTlacyoos, TTloeDoetn.] 

Colman epfcop 6 "Ohoiiie m6|i, 

• • • 

31 lal. 

Colman mac Oaich 6 X>|vtiim tiairhe, 

* • • 

5 aa^. 

Colman epfcop 6 Inif b6 pinne. 

• ■ • 

8 (Xaj. 

Colman, .... 

* • • 

15 CCaj. 

Colirian Cuile, 

* ■ • 

18 CCaj. 

Colman Cluana pefica [X>|vom pefica, 

oTc; pelifie CCeni^uif ] 

TTIu^aine [i ntlib pailge]. 

• • • 

3 Sepc, 

Colman mac Ochach, 

* * • 

6 ^r. 

Colman epfcob. 

• • • 

11 8epr. 

I Floni*. — There b not a saint of the name Col in the Mart\Tolo«r^- of Flonison thi* 
day. (T.) 


Culmau, soil of U:i Laij^hxi, .... 

. U May. 

Coliu&n, bishop, ..... 

. 18 May. 

Colinau, of Daire-m6r, ..... 

. 20 May. 

Colioaii, the Leper, of Ma^k-e4i, 

. 31 May. 


. 21 May. 

ColniaD, ...... 

. 21 May. 


. 26 May. 


1 Jon. 


. * Jnn. 

Colnun, ...... 

6 Jon. 

Colman, of Miliuc, ..... 

. IS Joo. 

Colman mae Roi, in Rechia, .... 

. 16 Jnn. 


17 Jun. 

Coinu, ion of Miei 

. 18 Jnn. 


Culuiuo, ofbruim-liae, .... 

. 19 Jan. 

Colmao I'roiiioligho[o/tAe>v/ifi»ory], . 

. 26 Joo. 

. 8 Jol. 

Colman, eon of Crtin, ..... 

11 JoL 

Colman,* prieat, of Cluain-Bruchaie, . 

. 12 Jol. 

Colman, eon of Aingen, .... 

14 Jul 

Colman, i.e. Mocholm6;, .... 

19 Jol. 


. 28 Jol. 

Colnun Ua Liathaiii, 

. 25 Jnl. 


luiu, UmioUt^, M>odh6g, Uoedoein.] 

Colman, bishop, of Dairo-mOr, .... 

31 JnL 

. Jiog. 

Colman, bishop, of Inia-bd-finne, 

. 8 Aog. 


IS Aog. 

Colman of call 

. 18 Ang. 

Colman, of Cluain-feria- [Drom-forta-, in the Fcliro of Aen 


Mngaino [in Ui Failgbe] 

. 3 Sept. 

Colman eon of Eochaitlh, .... 

6 Sept 

Colman, bishop, 

. 11 Sept. 

la Ihr iiumlH^r in, ii 


clccH uoc mccRrccRloise. 

Cltiana caoin. 

Colfnom epfcob, 


Colnicm mac Ccnchbcrt) 6 TniT)i ifiul 

Colmcm CoThfiui|\e, . 

Colmcni Gala, abb, . 

[o Lainn eata i bpep,uib ceabt afe -oo maltaij un muileann cea^v] 
Colmati Rtiif 0]\anT)aib, 

Colfnon Claana nopfiac, . 
Cotmom epfcop, 

Cotmcm mac Caile .1. Ltiicell abb 

Colman epfcop CbiUe fiuai'o, 
Colmcm mac Coi|icchi'6 abb, 
Colmcm 0cm, 
Colmcm T^aama gfi^me, 
Colmcm, • 
Colman Ua piacb|iach, 

[.1. Colmcm ban na 'Ombtitxe. ui-oe 

Colman abb 6 Cbammaf , . 
Colman abb 6 Liof mop,, 
Colman mac pionain, 

Colman glinne 'Oealmaic, . 
Colman oilicbip 6 Imp TTlocholmocc 
Colman Inpi TTlocholmocc, 
Colman 6 CCpxxinn aip,cbip,, 
Colman X)tiibctiilinn 6 X)b6n 7c., 
Colman 6 Cltiain Uama, 
Colman 'Oab, 
Colman Ua bGipx:, . 

iTToiculuni in noculip.] 

12 Sepc. 
16 Sepc, 
22 ^epu. 

25 Sepc, 

26 Sepc. 

26 Sepc 

29 6epc. 

30 Sepc. 
1 Occ 

4 Occ 

6 Oct. 

7 Occ 

15 Occ 

16 Oct, 

18 Occ 

19 Occ 

20 Occ 
24 Occ 
24 Occ 

27 Oct. 

28 Oct- 

30 Oct. 

31 Oct. 
1 Woa. 
1 Woa. 

5 Hoti. 
7 Woa. 

14 Hon. 

21 Hon. 
24 Uon. 
24 Hoa. 

3 •Dec 
5 "Oec 

1 Cohnan — The figure 60 in the margin of the MS. denotes the completion of 60 
Colman^ in the list. (R.) 

« /?«/«WM-c.— This is a reference to some other MS. which we cannot now explain. (T.) 



, abbot of Cluain-caoiu 

Colman, bishop, 

Colnian, .... 

Colman son of Cathbadli, of Midh-isiul, 

Colman Comhruire, 

Colman Eala, abbot, 

[of Lann-Eala in Fer-Ceoll : it was he that cunted 

Colman, of Ros Brand uibh, 


Colman, of Cluain-tioprat, 


Colman,* bishop, 

Colman mac Ciiile, i.e. Loichell, 



Colman, bishop of Cill-raaidh, 

Colman mac Coirtchidh, abbot, 

Colman Ban [t?ie WhUe]j 

Colman, of Tuaim-greine, 



Colman Ua Fiachrach, 

[i.e. Colman Ban na Duibhthlre, 

Colman, abbot, of Cammas, 
Colman, abbot, of Lism6r, 
Colman, son of Fionan, 

Colman, of Gleann-Dealmaic, 
Colman, the pilgrim, of Inis Mocholuiog, 
Colman, of Inis Mocholmog, 
Colman, of east Ara, . 
Colman' Daibhcnilinn, of Dun, 
Colman of Cluain Uamha, 
Colman Dabh, 
Colman Ua liEirc, 

the retl mill.] 

«ee the ivferenco- 


in tho note:*.] 

12 Sept. 
16 Sept. 
22 Sei>t. 

25 Sept 

26 Sept 

26 Sept 

29 Sept 

30 Sept 
1 Oct 

4 Oct 

6 Oct 

7 Oct 

15 Oct 

16 Oct 

18 Oct 

19 Oct 

20 Oct 
24 Oct 
24 Oct 

27 Oct 

28 Oct 

30 Oct 

31 Oct 
1 Nov. 
1 Not. 

5 Nov. 
7 Nov. 

14 Nov. 

21 Nov. 
24 Nov. 
24 Nov. 

3 Dec. 
5 Dec. 

' Colman, — The margin of the MS. has 80 oppoaite this name, a.s it Ls the 80th of the 
Colmaan. (R.) 

2 r. 

cUm na mcmrfmlotse. 


7 -Oec. 


. 10 -Dec. 

Coltnan epfcop Jtinne va loch. 

. 12 -Oec. 

Colman mac Ua Oieal,T>uib, 

. 12 -Oec. 

Colmcm 6 Haich TKlaoitiTDe, 

. 14 -Oec 

Colmcm mac ponncainn, . 

. 14 -Oec 

Cotman OCUimJ, 

. 14 -Oec 


. 15 -Oec 

Colman. . 

. 18 -Dec 

Colman Cltiana tm pach, . 

. 23 -Dec. 

Colman mac "OaijicheaUa, . 

. 27 -Dec. 

Colma ogh 6 leicip. "Dal CCtiaiTihe, 

. 22 Ion. 

Colcco mac na "OuineachTKi, 

. 20 peb. 


. 16 8epc 

Common loBaii mac totgne. 

. 28 Ian. 

Common mac na Cheimne, . 

. 27 peb. 

Common epfcob. 

. 18 man. 

Comon mac "Ocwiiamgein, 

. 3 CCpn- 

Coman 6 Oiigh mac pionncham. 

6 mm. . 

Coman dfitcuiL, 

. 15 mot. 


. 23 nim. 

Common mac "Oiomo, 

. 15 Inl. 

Coman mac pionnbaitifv. 

. 29 Int. 

Common abb tif mdtji. 

. 31 Oct. 


. 10 Hon. 

Common 6 Ttof Commain, . 

. 26 -Dec. 

Commaig mjen Chiariam, . 

. 19 •Dec. 

Commaisti ogh 6 Snaiii tnchoiii. 

. 27 moi. 

Com-DlKm SLimit hUijTen, . 

. 27 peb. 

CoriiTian C6t« -06, . 

2 ttnE. 

Comtihan 6 Clnoin ConnaiT>h, 

. 13 Occ. 

Comnac bonobb ChiUe tiai«i. 

1 Ion. 


. 23 «cpr. 

Comgatt abb bentcbuijv, . 

. 10 mm. 

Comgholl 6 Cbluoin T)taiiiaijv, 

. 24 InL 

Coifigoa 5obla titiin. 

. 28 1al. 

ComgaU no Sopxnn, 

. 26 CCns- 

1 CcWu—Opposle this, which gIokx tbe 

lilt of Co 

mans, 94 

is writun In the imtrpa. 



• • • a 

7 Dec. 

• ■ • a 

. 10 Doc. 

ishop of Gloann-da-loch, 

. 12 Dec. 

m of Ua Tealduibh, . 

12 Dec. 

f Ratb-Maoilsidhe, . 

14 Dec. 

3n of FioDDtann, 

U Dec. 


U Dec. 

• • • 

. 16 Dec. 

• • • 

18 Dec. 

f Cluain-da-fiach, 

. 23 Dec. 

on of Daircheall, 

. 27 Dec. 

*gin, of Letir in Dal-Araidhe, 

. 22 Jan. 

of Ua Doinechda, 

. 20 Feb. 

■ • • 

16 Sept. 

the leper, son of Laighne, 


28 Jan. 

;on of Ua Theimhne, . 

. 27 Feb. 


. 18 Mar. 

1 of Domhaingen, 

3 Apr. 


8 May. 


15 May. 

• • « 1 

23 May. 

ion of Dioma^ 

. 15 Jul. 

on of Fionnbarr, 

. 29 Jul. 

abbot of Lis-m6r, 

31 Oct. 

■ • • < 

10 Nov. 

of Ros Oommain, 

26 Dec. 

, daughter of Ciar&n, 

19 Dec. 

1, virgin, of Snamh-luthair, . 

27 May. 

of Gleann hUissen, . 

27 Feb. 

the Cele-De, 

2 Aug. 

of Gluain-Connaidh, 

. 13 Oct. 

bbess of Cill-dara, 

1 Jan. 

• • • 


. 23 Sept. 

kbbot of Bennchuir, . 

10 May. 

of Gluain-dianihair, . 

. 24 Jul. 

of Gobbal-Lioin, 

. 28 Jul. 

Ja Sarain, 

26 Aug. 

alman occurs much more frequently than any other in the Calendar. (K.) 

2 C 2 


clccH MC€ niccurccHloise. 

Cornwall 6 Ooirh Conaif , 


Comghall abb, 

Coimh^heall o^h, 

CoiTiigeall o^h, 

Coiiiigeall o§ 6 Chill na fiiti^en. 

Con all, 

Con all, 

Conall epfcop, 

Conall epfcop, 

Conall 6 Cluain 'Oallain, 

Conall Infi caoil, 

Conall mac CCen^afa, 

Con an CCego, 


Conan Of^pa Ruai-oh, 

Conan mac Coi|i|xe, . 




[Conldn ab acuf pcrc|iun C-ochuiU^ "Ouife CC^ia in dicccesi 

Connan epfcop 6 'Chig Chonnain, 


Conna o^h, . 

ConT)a abb T)ai|xe 'Oachon'oa, 

Conch|iaiT)h epfcob, 



Conain mac Lucundm, 

Conac ogh 6 CCjit) Conain^, . 

ConT)laeT)h epfcop ce\iv bfii§De, 

[ceD ea|*pucc Cille "oaiia acti|* ait\T)ep)ucr v^>f •] 

Connla mac Leinine epfcop, 

Connmacb CCcba Olaifi, 

ConoDhaft abb ^obaip,, 

Con from f facapr acuf angcoipe 6 6o ini]', 

Connoir abb Lif moip.. 

4 ^pr. 
29 8epr. 
7 Oct. 

7 luL 

19 ^pr. 
26 Oct. 

2 map. 

3 mop. 
18 map. 
28 map. 

2 apti. 

22 mat. 

9 Sepn 

12 Ian. 

13 peb. 

8 map. 

20 map. 
26 CCpp. 
16 CCuj. 
28 Ocr. 

29 Itin. 

1 ItiL 

3 map. 

12 app. 

3 map. 

11 8epr. 

8 Oct. 
23 Sepr. 
25 Oct. 

3 mai. 

10 mat. 

9 lut 
3 Mou. 

U t4ou. 
15 !1ou. 



Coiiiligall, of Both-Conais, 


4 Sept 



. 29 Sept 

Comghall, abbot, 



7 Oct 

Coimhgbeall, virgin, 

> • 

7 Jul. 

Coinihgbeall, virgin, 


. 19 Sept 

Coimbgbeall, virgin, of Cill-na- 


26 Oct 



2 Mar. 




3 Mar. 

Conall, bishop, 


* i 

. 18 Mar. 

Conall, bishop, 

. 28 Mar. 

Conall, of Cluain-Dallain, 

2 Apr. 

Conall, of Inis-caoil, 

22 May. 

Conall son of Aengas, . 

9 Sept 

Conall, of Aeg, 

. 12 Jan. 


. 13 Feb. 

Conan, of Eas Ruaidh, . 

8 Mar. 

Conan son of Corr6, 

. 20 Mar. 


. 2G Apr. 


. 16 Aug. 



. 28 Oct 

[Conlan, abbot and patron of Eochaill of Duth-Ara in the dioiese uf 


Connan, bishop, of Tech-Chonnain, . .29 Jun. 


1 Jul. 

Conna, virgin, .... 

3 Mar. 

Conda, abbot, of Daire-Dachonda, 

12 Apr. 

Conchraidh bishop, . . 

3 Mar. 

Conamhail, .... 

11 Sept 

Conamail, .... 

8 Oct 

Conain son of Lncunan, 

23 Sept 

Conac, virgin, of Ard-Conaing, 

25 Oct 

Condlae<lh, bishop, brazier of Brigid, . 

3 May. 

[FirHt biHhop of CUIdara, and archbishop aluo.] 

Conula son of Lenin, bishop, . . . .* .10 May. 

Connmach, of Ath-Blair, .... 

9 Jul. 

Conodhar, abbot of Fobhar, 

3 Nov. 

Constans, priest and anchorite, of Eo-inis, 

. U Nov. 

Connait, abbot of Lis-mor, 





15 Nov. 

cLcra. Mtt TflaRtxcRloiBe. 

Coimla epfcop 6 Rofcaicch, 

30 -Dec. 

Conjalach CCijtT) QCe^o, .... 

33 Xtoc. 

Cortbmac epT^iop Cteha cimim acnf comcq^ba poPiiaicc, 

17 p«bL 

Coiibmac, . . ■ . 

36 mail. 

Cop,bmac facofic 6 CCcturi pnnich. 

11 men. 

Copbmac na Liarham abb "OaiiwKnJi, 

21 Ion. 

Cop,binac Senchoiniecca, .... 

21 Intl. 

Cwjibmac fa TTluiiian epfcop acof moiiwim 

14 9epc 


15 Occ 

Cofibinac epfcop, ..... 

14 -Dec 

Coiican epfcop, ..... 

7 Ian. 

Copcan, ...... 

7 Ian. 

Coivc 6 "0)\«im tommain, .... 

4 p«b. 

Co|iccm ailtchiji epr^op, .... 

SO «epc. 

Coiiqian, ...... 

8 Occ. 

Coivcnocan 6 "Ooiiw ei*nech. 

3 Hon. 



Com *0|i(iina 'CniTic, .... 

26 -Oec. 

23 Itin. 

Ctann Senain, ..... 

23 Ion. 

Cl((iiiemfiu)i "Oiioina brog, .... 

17 lati. 

Offniii'iiuKi li Cloana caoin. 

6 Itm. 

Clochach eprcob, ..... 

3 mai. 

Cloclipjiiin Infi ■omne, .... 

1 Oct. 

Cuach ogb, ...... 

6 Ian. 

Coacbnac 6 Rof Tvatche, .... 

13 peb. 

Cucmiia abb Lif moitv. .... 

4 peb. 

Cuanna TXxtX, ..... 

11 mofi. 

Cucmna 6 Rof e6 


Cnonan ^mne abb lUtije bit«. 

3 peb. 

Catm Caotii, 

2 mart. 

Cuon Ctip,b|ie, ..... 


Cnon, ...... 

16 Occ. 

Cuan 6 ttiif bacc, ..... 

211 Occ. 

11 ITIaiv. 

Cnaiian in ecctia, ..... 

9 peb. 

Cu biiuron angcoiiie TTluige bile. 

17 Oct. 



Gonnla, bishop, of Rascach, 
Conghalach, of Ard-Aego, 
Oorbmao, bishop of Ath-Truim, and successor of Patrick, 
Oorbmao, .... 

OorbmaCy priest, of Achadh-Finnich, . 
Corbmac Ua Liathain, abbot of Darmagh, 
Oorbmac of Senchoimhet, 
Corbmac, king of Munster, and martyr, 
Oorbmac, bishop, 
Oorcan, bishop, 

Oorc, of Draim-Lommain, 
Oorcan, the pilgrim, bishop, 

Oorcnutan, of Doire-eidhnech, 
[Coman, of Cill.Chornain.] 

Oota, .... 

Oota, of Draim-tuirc, . 

The Obildren of Senchan, 

The Ohildren of Senan, 

Claireineach, of Druim-bidhg, . 

Olaireineach, of Oluain-caoio, . 

Olothach, bishop, 

Olothrann, of Inis-duine, 

Oaach, virgin, 

Ouachnat, of Rosa-raithe, 

Ouanna, abbot of Lis-mor, 

Ouanna the Blind, 

Ouanna, of Ros-e6, 

Ouanan, of Gleann, abbot of Magh-bile 

Ouan Oaoin, . 

Ouan, of Airbre, 

Ouan, .... 

Ouan, of Inis-liacc, 

Ouaoghas son of Dall, . 

Ouaran the Wise, 

Ou-Bretan, anchorite, of Magh-bile, 

. 30 Dec. 

. 22 Dec. 

. 17 Feb. 

. 26 Mar. 

. 11 May. 

. 21 Jan. 

. 24 Jan. 

. 14 Sept 

. 15 Oct 

. 14 Dec. 

7 Jan. 

7 Jan. 

4 Feb. 

. 30 Sept 

8 Oct 

3 Nov. 

4 Feb. 

. 26 Dec. 

. 23 Jan. 

. 23 Jun. 

17 Jan. 

6 Jun. 

3 May. 

1 Oct 

8 Jan. 

. 13 Feb. 

4 Feb. 

. 11 Mar. 

10 Apr. 

3 Feb. 

2 Mar. 

. 10 JuL 

. 15 Oct 

. 29 Oct 

. 11 Mar. 

9 Feb. 

17 Oct 



Cu boi|ine, .... 

CtiiUeaTin ep^xrop Lemchoille, 

CuillenT) Chluana Tlaamatiach, 

CuniniaTi ogh 6 "Ohai^ie ingeti CCilleii, 

Cuinman bheacc ogh 6 Chill Cuinirie, 


CumnieiTi mac "Ouib, 

CiiinnieiTi J^inne niona, 

CtiiniTnein abb la, . 

CuinimeiTi nmc baerraiti, 


Cainimein epfcop tiCCeti'Diioina, 

CuiinrneiTi mac CCi|ii'De, 

CaimmeiTi mac 'Oai^hiie, 

Cuimmein, . 

CaimmeiTi mac Cuanach, 

Caimmein abb 'Op.oma pieacnc, 

Ctiimmein abb bennchai^i, . 

Cuimmein 6 Chill naifi, 

Cuimmein, . 

Cuimmin Inp mac ua 'OaftraDha, 

Cuimmin abb 6 "Ohftuim bo i nlUroib, 

Cuimmin poT)a ep|x:op Cluana pe^ira, 

Cuimmin Cluana m6ip., 

Cuimneach, .... 

CuinT)i5h .1. TTlac Cuilinn epfcop Luyca, 

Cufinan bea^, 

[portvun a bpo|V|vai|^e Ctlle Cuivnani i cC(ienp,ai'6e 
acij|> in ep|xx)poi'Deacc lutmnts, 50 bpeil, f;o yxioifie 

Cu|icach, .... 
Cu|icach Chille Chuficaighe, 
Cu|icach Cluana Lochaifi, . 
Cu]xcach ST^ecqfiaighe, 
Cui]\iran 6 Chill moifi T)iq\ib, 
Cuijiiran epfcop acuf abb Roi^ meinn, 
Cui|ibin q\aibt)each, 
Cui]i]\in 1 Roi|^ aif an ini]\ 



10 Uon. 
22 CCpfx. 

5 llou. 
29 mai. 
U lun. 

6 lul. 
12 Ian. 
12 peb. 
24 peb. 
19 mai. 

1 lun. 
1 lul. 

29 lul. 
14 (Cu^. 
22 CCug. 

1 Sepr, 
4 8epc. 

17 Sepz. 

30 Wou. 
24 -Dec. 
21 TTlai. 
10 CCus. 
12 tlou. 

18 -Dec. 
24 map,. 

6 8epr. 
6 Ian. 

8 mat\. 

21 lul. 
8 CCu^. 

16 Mou. 

9 au^. 

16 man. 
20 lul. 

22 -Dec. 
7 "Oec. 




Cailleann, bishop of Lemchoill, 

Cuillenn, of Cluain-Haamanach, 

Oumman, virgin, of Daire-inghen-Aillen, 

Camman Beg, virgin, of Cill-Cuimne, 


Cummein son of Dabh, 

Oummein, of Gleann-mona, 

Cuimmcin, abbot of la, 

Cuimmein, son of Baedan, 

Cnimmein, . 

Caimmein, bishop of Aendruiui, 

Cuimmein son of Aride, . 

Cuimmein son of Daighre, 


Caimmein son of Cuana, 

Cuimmein, abbot of Druim-sneachta, 

Cuimmein, abbot of Bennchar, 

Caimmein, of Cill-Nair, 


Cuimmin, of Inis-mac-Ua-Dartadha, 

Cuimmin, abbot, of Druim-bo, in Uladh, 

Cuimmin Foda, bishop of Cluain-ferta, 

Cuimmin, of Cluain-m6r, 

Cuimneach, .... 

Cuindigh, i.e. Mac Cuilinn, bishop of Lusk, 

Curnan Beg, .... 

[Patron of the parish of Cill-Curnain in Caenraidho ui the county 
diocese of Limerick, with a fair and holiday.] 

Curcach, .... 

Curcach, of Cill-Curcaighe, 

Curcach, of Cluain-Lotbair, 

Curcach, of Gregraighe, 

Cuiritan, of Cill-raor-dithribh, . 

Cuiritan, bishop, and abbot of Ro88-Mt>inn, 

Cuirbhin, the Devout, 

Cuirrin, in Ross-ais, in Inis, 

Cutlach, .... 


10 Nov. 
22 Apr. 

5 Nov. 
29 May. 

14 JUD. 

6 Jul. 
12 Jan. 
12 Feb. 
24 Feb. 
19 May. 

1 Jan. 
1 Jul. 

29 Jul. 
14 Aug. 
22 Aug. 

1 Sept 
4 Sept. 

17 Sept 

30 Nov. 
24 Deo. 
21 May. 
10 Aug. 
12 Nov. 

18 Deo. 
24 Mar. 

6 Sept 
6 Jan. 

S Mar. 

21 Jul 
S Aug. 

16 Nov. 
9 Aug. 
16 Mar. 
20 Jul. 

22 Deo. 
7 Deo. 

ctccR ho: mccRtxcRloise. 

CjuioBncn: ojh, 

17 lal. 

CiwmhChann Tnaighe rmma, .33 mm 

CfiiOjTon.i.^tollaCiiiorcutiTTIoiisaitvcomaiibaptKTiaicc, 12 Inn. 

[Chriitianoi episcopus [ruler S. M«UtU«, vir nnctm, obiit tatU 

ChratMUHB, abbfls MtUifonlCTuiii. da quo Ibid. c»p. B, jnxta W»r™m 

O'ConarchLi noti vBro 0"Morg>ir.] 

C|Woc&n Ciie Wcc, 13 Ian. 


7 peb. 

Cjviocan CCchaiuh phmmch. 

11 TTlai. 

Cfuocon epfcob. 

17 mai. 


25 tot. 

CjviOTon, . 

16 8epc. 

Cpioctm, . 

16 Oct. 

Cfviocon 6 Caaim mic Cau, 

18 Moo. 

CiYiocon mac l/iocain. 

13 -Dec. 

Cyvionon Cmle ConUung, . 

19 Oct. 

Ciwnan beog epfcop nCConurvoma, 

7 Jan. 


20 t<m. 

Cjvoncm claijveineach. 

29 Ion. 


30 Ion. 

Cidonaii 5'''^'r' "'fji. 

10 peb. 


12 peb. 


20 peb. 

Ctvonan ChiUe bicce. 

21 peb. 

Cjionan 5'^""'® aefa. 

26 peb. 

Cponan (Ciudtic, 

8 map. 



Cfwnan ttuif Cfie, . 


CtVMian o ffliliaB Cbtinne, . 

4 mai. 

CtMxion abb Uf moiji. 

1 Inn. 


12 Inn. 

Ctiontm .1. mochna abb i:eiina. 

22 Inn. 

Cfionon nine Ualaigb, 

18 lot. 


24 lot. 

CiMJnan Tnaighe bite. 

7 ttog. 

30 ang. 

CjVOTian Cuama BTveine, 

19 Ore. 



Craobhnaty virgiD, ...... 

Cremhthann, of Magh-dumha, . . . . . 

OriostaD^ i.e. GioUa-OrioBt Ua Morgair suooessor of Pa^ok, • 

[Bishop Christaaniifl, brother of St. Malachi, a holy man, died before 
Halachi, as St Bernard states (Life of Malachi, cap. 9). Chris- 
tianus, also, abbot of Mellifont (of whom ibid, cap. 5), according to 
Ware and others, became bishop of Lismore, and was called Christian 
0*Conarchy, but not 0*Horgair.] 

17 JoL 
23 Maj. 
12 Jun. 

OriotaD^ of Cr^beg, 

15 Jan. 




7 Feb. 

C^iotan^ of Achadh-fhinnich, . 

. 11 May. 

Criotan, bishop, 

• 1 

. 17 Maj. 

Oriotan, . . . . 

. 25 Jul. 

Criotan, . . . . 

. 16 Sept. 

Criotan, . . . . 

. 16 Oct. 

Criotan, of Tuain-mic-Cau, 

. 18 Nov. 

Criotan son of Liotan, 

. 13 Deo. 

Crionan, son of Cul-Conlaing, . 

. 19 Oct. 

Cronan Beg, bishop of Aondruim, 

7 Jan. 

Cronan, . . . . 

. 20 Jan. 

Cronan (31aireineach, . 

. 29 Jan. 


. 30 Jan. 

Cronan, of Glas-nih6r, 

. 10 Feb. 


. 12 Feb. 


. 20 Feb. 

Cronan, of Cill-beg, 

. 21 Feb. 

Cronan, of Gleann-aesa, 

. 26 Feb. 

Cronan, of Airdne, 

8 Mar. 


. 26 Apr. 

Cronan, of Ros-Cre, . 

. 28 Apr. 

Cronan, of Sliabh-Ebhlinne, 

4 May. 

Cronan, abbot of Lis-mdr, 

1 Jun. 

Cronan, . . . . 

. 12 Jan. 

Cronan, i.e. Mochua, abbot of Fema, . 

. 22 Jan. 

Cronan son of Ualach, 

. 18 JaL 

Cronan, . . . . 

. 24 Jul. 

Cronan, of Magh-bile, 

7 Aug. 

Cronan, of Cluain-andobhair. . 

. 30 Aug. 

Cronan, of Tuaim-greine, 

. 19 Oct. 

396 ClCCR HOC moH'cccRloise. 

Cfvonan fnaorhLa, ...... I lloo. 

Ciionon abb OennchuiTV, . . . . .6 Hon, 

[tie quo eciyr^La 9 lohannif 4, 639.] 
C|vonaii mac Smitl, ..... 11 Mom. 

C]ionan, . . . , . .15 'Oec. 

Cjionbecc abb Ctuana, . . . .6 CCpfi. 

Cnome ogh 6 Chill Ciioine. . . .27 tan. 

Cjiome ogh 6 T^hatiitachca, . . . .25 peb. 

Ciioine beosojti, . . . , . .7 lul. 

Cfioiiie 05b, . . . .15 Occ. 

C|UMiifeach, . , . . . i CCpii. 

C(voinfeoth, . . , .23 OCpf\. 

Ciiwone, . . .24 lul. 

Cfvoin ■DitituiB 6 tnij- CjiainT), .... 20 Tllai. 

Cjitiai* coiTTODa 6 Ohatana, . . . .26 Occ. 

CiiuimriKailoberivtecti, . . . . .23 lun. 

C|i.uniim«nlbaorh. ... .11 'Dec. 

Civuiiiimaol la, . . . . .17 "Oec. 

C)iunnceTi CullJ o i::bulaiS coiipaic, . . .26 Ion. 

[1 iiOineiC n-uijiten Ui OCtiLuam T)iaec ep|- (fitmnaclia.] 

C^umichep, Gibe. , . . .30 Ian. 

Cjiuimiefi piiine "Oiionia licce, .9 peb. 

Cjiuiinteii Conjiach, .23 teb. 

Cfiuimteiv Coixc ChiUe moiiie, .4 CCpfi. 

Civntnitep Caol CiLle moiiie, . .25 ITlat. 

Ciiuimteii CoLum, . .4 itin. 

C|v«iiiirep mac Ua Hepfe, . .9 Iwn. 

Cuoiniteiian Cluatia nopiiar, .13 lun. 
Cp.iiiince|i pionncain Cilie CCiiirip, 13 Inl. 

Cimimteii Riagain 6 CbiU. tnaiii tiicpuiV). . .9 CCuj. 

CiMiiiiitep Carha, , .8 8epc. 

ciwiimtep peixgno, . ,11 Occ. 

Cptiinitep TDornhnai^ti moip, .11 Mon. 

Cf,uimcep Copbmac 6 Oiealaig iTiTjenn, ,13 "Dec. 

Cpwiincep ppaoch 6 Cloain coltaing, .20 "Dec. 

CpuimiTi epfcop 6 Lecon mrahe, . . 28 lun. 

' Jnlin AefoarDi — The reference is to the li'tler of .luhn, fn\ie tleot, (<■ Iho Irish clerBj-, 

prenerTHl in Bede's Hist. EcrI., lib. ii., <■. 10, in llie ni|)«rsrripli™ ■>( uhic^h Ihe iiamv 
Crmnanus occura twir* unong olhor Iriab erpleaisalics. (K.) 

> .^rrfBWff*,— Thii ..hole p«r«graph is err<jno"us uriKing from (hr ("iiIiiKlon between 



Cronan, of Maotbal, .... 

Cronan, abbot of Benncbar, . 

[of whom the 9th letter of John the 4th.,^ 639, nudc^s tnention.'} 
Cronan son of Sinell, .... 
Cronan, ..... 

Cronbeg, abbot of Cluain, 
Croine, virgin, of Cill-Croine, . 
Croine, virgin, of Tamlacbt, . 
Croine Beg, virgin, .... 
Croine, virgin, .... 

Croinseacb, ..... 
Croinseacb, ..... 
Croidne, ..... 

Crom-ditbraibb, of Inis-craind, 
Cruaidb Co»fada, of Balana, . 
Crannmaol, of Berrech, 

Crunnmaol Baotb, .... 
Crannmaol of la, . 
Cruimtber Calbb, of Tulacb-Cbarpait, . 

[in Omeith in Orior-O'Hanlon, diocese of Artlmngh.-] 
Cruimtber Elbe, .... 

Cruimtber Finne, of Druim-licce, 
Cruimtber Conracb, .... 
Cruimtber Core, of Cill-mor, . 
Cruimtber Caol of Cill-mor, 
Cruimtber Colum, .... 
Cruimtber son of Ua Nessi, 
Cruimtberan, of Cluain-tioprait, 
Cruimtber Fionntain, of Cill-airtbir, . 
Cruimtber Riagain, of Cill-m6r-ditbruibb, 
Cruimtber Catba, .... 
Cruimtber Fergna, .... 
Cruimtber, of Dombnacb-m6r, 
Cruimtber Corbmac, of Tealach-indenn, 
Cruimtber Fraocb, of Cluain-CoUaing, 
Cruimin, bisbop, of Lecan in Meatb, . 

Ui Meith Slacha and Ui Meith Mara. The former territory is now 
county and barony of Monaghan, and diocese of Clogher, in whicli 
parisli of Tulach-charpait, now Tullycorbet, in sitnate : the latter is 
Ga.stem verjjn (»f the counties of Annugh and Louth. (R.) 

1 Nov. 

6 Nov. 

. 11 Nov. 

. 15 Dec. 

6 Apr. 

. 27 Jan. 

. 25 Feb. 

7 Jul. 

15 Oct. 

4 Apr. 

23 Apr. 

. 24 Jul. 

20 May. 

. 26 Oct. 

. 22 Jan. 

. 11 Dec. 

. 17 Deo. 

26 Jan. 

. 30 Jan. 

9 Feb. 

. 23 Feb. 

4 Apr. 

25 May. 

4 Jun. 

9 Jun. 

13 Jun. 

. 13 Jul. 

9 Aug. 

8 Sept. 

11 Oct 

. 11 Nov. 

. 13 Dec. 

20 Dec. 

. 28 Jun. 

a district of the 

the above-named 


away on the 


cloR ncc mccKrccHloise. 


"Oabeoo^ Coca ^eiftcc, 

T)abaococc Clucma va Oaococc, 



X)aDTicm epfcop ChiUe Conga, 

"Oogan epf cop, 

T)abaor;o5 [.i. "OabaoDog], . 

T)a5an Inbip, X)aoile, 

[David, .1. *Oabiu ex Hagiogenesi.] 

[S, David mac Nip, 7 Occ, CCensupuy* auccuf .] 

*Oaltia X)tiine nge bfieran, 
'Oallcm pofi^aill 6 TTlaighiTi, 
'Oatlcm epjxob 6 CColmagli, 

[S. David, inp Cti|x;|vcn'6 acwf a crxioB "Dhtiin "oa letstay* 
cm ini|^ p> • • • 

T)albach Chtiile CoUainj (Dcdmacius), 

T)alioba 6 Chuil mac Lufichaifie, . 

T)anihan 6 "Cish "OamaiTi (Damianus), 

"OamhTiac o^h 6 Sliabh beca, 

T)aTiiel epfcop CiTinga^xaf), 

T)aTiiel "Ctilcha, 

"Daniel epfcop bennchuifi, 

"Oafiefica 6^h, 

"Oafiefica ft up. poqfiaic, 


'Oap.bile o^h 6 CCcha^ Chtiilinn, 

T)ap,innill o^h 6 Chill na ningen, . 

'Oap.belin 05I1 6 Chill na ninjeann, 

"Oai^icheall epfcop 6 Jhlionn -oa loch, 

T)ai|ve ogh (Daria F.), 

■Oaiive loerth {Daria Vid.)^ . 

"Oaip^ bochana petb, 

"Oai^h epfcob, 

X)ai5h epfcob 6 Inif caoin "Oegha, 


1 Ion. 
22 lal. 
12 moTi. 

10 3epr. 

11 CCpTX. 

12 map. 
22 lal. 
18 8epr. 

7 Ion. 
29 Ian. 
U "Dec. 

22 lot] 

23 Occ. 

24 Occ. 

12 Veb. 

13 Inn. 

18 peb. 
20 mat. 
11 8epc. 
15 lorn. 
22 map. 
11 rioa. 
26 Occ. 
26 Occ. 
26 Occ 

3 mat. 

8 OCug. 
28 «epc. 

2 Hon. 

19 peb. 
18 CCag. 




Dabhe6g, of Loch-Qeirg, 

Dabaot6g, of Cluain-darBaotog, 



DadDan, bishop of Cill-Conga, 

Dagan, bishop, 

Dabhaot6g [i.e. Dabhaod6g], . 

Dagan, of Inbher-Daoile, 

[David, i.e. Dabhiu, according to the Hagiogeneftis.] 
[S. David, son of Ness, 7 Oct. — Aengoasiua Auctus.] 

Dalaa, of Dun-tighe-Bretan, . 

Dalian Forgaill, of Maighin, . 

Dalian, bishop, of Aolmagh, . 

[S. David, of Inifl-Cuscraidh : and this island is situate beside 

Dalbhach, of Cuil-Oollaing (Dalmaeius 
Daliobha, of Cul-mac-Lurchaire, 
Damhan, of Tech-Damhain (Damianus), 
Danihnat, virgin, of Shabh Betha, 
Daniel, bishop of Cenngaradh, 
Daniel, of Tulach, 
Daniel, bishop of Bennchar^ . 
Darerca, virgin, 
Darerca, sister of Patrick, 
Darerca, • 

Darbile, virgin, of Achadh Ohnilinn, 
Dairinnill, virgin, of Cill-na-ninghen, 
Darbelin, virgin, of Cill-na-ninghean, 
Daircheall, bishop, of Gleann-da-loch, 
Daire, virgin (Daria Virgo), . 
Daire, widow {Daria Vidua), . 
Daire Bochana, widow, 
Daigh, bishop, 
Daigh, bishop, of Inis-cain-Degha, 


1 Jan. 

22 JaL 

12 Mar. 

10 Sept. 

11 Apr. 

12 Mar. 

22 Jul. 

18 Sept. 

7 Jan. 

29 Jan. 

14 Dea 

22 Jul.] 

23 Oct 

24 Oct 

12 Feb. 

13 Jnn. 

18 Feb. 

20 May. 

11 Sept 

15 Jan. 

22 Mar. 

11 Nov. 

26 Oct 

26 Oct 

26 Oct 

3 May 

8 Aug. 

28 Sept. 

2 Nov. 

19 Feb. 

18 Aug. 


clccH wcc mccHrxxHloise. 


"Oai^hfie 6 Cluam accuifi, . 

"Oa pnonna mac "Oecclain, 

"Oa "ChaoTDOcc 6 CCchcro T)titha, 

X)aiT:heTiach pe^oa T)tiin feca, 

"Oa OiliC]xeach -oecc o Inif tiachrai] 

X)ea5ha epfcob, 

"Oeafigae'Dh epfcob, 

"Oeaiilughach banabb Chille "oafia 

"Oeiiltiglm o^h 6 Leniai^h, . 

'Oe^xchaifirhiiiT) 6 Uachra^x aijiT), 

'Oeafimo]! CCi^uuf) banine, . 


■Oea^h Irche, 

"Oe^Utn CCifiDe moi^xe epf cob activ 

"Oene^ Infi 8ema, 

"Oefxejxce, . 

■Oeicola abb, 

'Oeo]xaich, . 

■OeochaiTi Hear {Reatm Deach,)^ 

"Oeochain TTlenT) Cluana afxarhai^i 

■Oianach epfcob "Ooiiinaig nioifx, 

THanlann, . 

■Oiafxinair mac Oachach epfcob, 

"Oiafxmaic eppcob liifi Cloqxann, 

[Pop. Loc Hib 1 cCuificne acu|* ni tajiuill ben no leanob 05 
inna a ^leileg. T)o jxiiiuig ben ei^xicec Shuxonuc pn j^oi^xi-o 
o fo^^^ acuy* cepoa 50 51x0*0. buy* T)u(tinmT)a amm na 
binnp 50 niomai) iieglei^ ncvtf Tnanii|»cip.] 

■Oiaftmaii: faccufxr, 

■Oioixmair mac TTlecbaifi epfcop, . 

"Oioftmair epfcop, . 

T)iafimaiT: ep|x:op 6 "Ohifejxr "Oiaixma-na, 

■Oiaixmaic ^^iiine hllifen eppcop, • 

"Oiaftmair mac Luchfxait) epfcop, . 

"OiajxmaiT: eppcop, . 

"Oiayxmaii: epfcop, . 

1 Tictht. — The number 12 is written here in tin* margin of the MS, (T.) 
* Disert Diarmada. — ^The MS. adds here .V. Oen.^ that is, the Martyrologium Genealo- 
gicum, 85 the authority or a reference for this entry. (K.) Book of Ler-an, fol. 42, 6, a. 



























24 lul. 







13 Ian. 





16 loTl. 







• • 

. 15 Ion. 


16 Ian. 

• • • 

24 ap|x. 

• • 

. 21 Itin. 

• • • 

8 Itil. 

• • a 

28 Sepr. 

• • < 

. 12 Dec. 

• « < 

. 12 -Oec. 


40 J 

Daighre, of Cluain-accuir, 

Da-FhioDna, son of Deglan, 

Da-Tliaodb6g, of Acbadh-dumha, 

Daithenach, of Fedh-duin-seta, 

The Twelve* Pilgrims of Inis Uachtair, 

Deagha, bishop, 

Deargaedh, bishop, 

Dearlughach, abbess of Oill-dara, 

Derlugha, virgin, of Lemagh, . 

Derchairthinn, of Uachtar-aird, 

Dearmor, of Airiudh-bainne, . 

Dearbhileadh, . 

Deagh Itche, . 

Degl&n, of Ard-m6r, bishop and confessor, 

Deneg, of Inis-Setna, . 


Deicola, abbot, 


Deacon Reat {Eeatua Deacon) ^ 

Deacon Mend, of Cluain-arathair, 

Dianach, bishop, of Domhnach-m6r, 


Diarmait, son of Eochaidh, bishop, 

Diarmait, bishop, of Inis-Olothrann, 

[On Loch Ribh in Cuircne, and no woman or young female child can 
touch his Kolig {sepulchral church). And a Saxon heretic woman, 
who violated it, cried out and died immediately. Inis Diarmada is 
the name of the island, with many Religs and monasteries.] 

Diarmait, priest, 

Diarmait son of Mechar, bishop, 

Diarmait, bishop, 

Diarmait, bishop, of Disert Diarmada,^ 

Diarmait, of Gleann hUissen, bishop, . 

Diarmait son of Luchradh, bishop, 

Diarmait, bishop, 

Diannait, bishop, 

. 30 Sept. 

9 Juu. 

. 13 Jan. 

1 Oct. 

. 23 Dec. 

16 Aug. 

. 20 Nov. 

1 Feb. 

. 10 Feb. 

8 Mar. 

6 Jul. 

. 3 Aug. 

. 22 Mar. 

. 24 Jul. 

. 16 Mar. 

9 Sepi 

. 18 Jan. 

. 13 Jan. 

3 Mar. 

. 25 Apr. 

. 16 Jan. 

. 13 Aug. 

6 Jan. 

. 10 Jan. 

15 Jan. 

16 Jan. 
24 Apr. 
21 Jnn. 

8 Jul. 
28 Sept 
12 Oct 
12 Dec. 

where the gunealo^- of Diarmaid uf Disert Diarmaila is given, up to Muiredach 
Muinderg. (T.) 



clccH 1UC nufRrtcHloise. 

X)ia]unaiT: ep|\op, ..... 
tiioninm T)ub ep^xop CoinT)e]ie, . . . . 

[_I>i$naiu in epidtola Joannis IV. ad clemm Hib. 

THommun Irifi caoin, . . . . . 

[Pec an i on an an n acuf "Dioma Ct-oana caoin.] 

"Oionima, ....... 

T)ioniina, ....... 

"Oiommocc Cluana caoin [i cconT)ae Luimnig, pac|itiTi], 

T)iomnia mac Caif, . . . . . 

[(£5 |X) pocTiun Cille "Oioma 1 cCaentvaige comiccrcti|* actiy 
•niaecepf Luimnig, 50 Uc |xioi|ve acu|^ 50 bpeit acuy^ 50 
ixup.a|^. CCg yx) pof niai5i|xip, 'Dectain, ogaj^ Coifibti© mtc 
Coluiin epjHJoip, nz lej;tcu|i in uica "Oeclani, aciiy* 1 n'DepU 
lYluihan yio baoi.] 

"Oioninian faccafvc, 

■Oiomman, . 


"Oiinpna o^h aciif niaiftn^i, 


"Oichu 6 Saball, 

"Oichtiill 1 nOfiiu'D mtiilT:, 

"Oichtiill CCchaiTj na cfto, 



"Oichull tnac Meniain, 

T)iucholl Cluana bfiaoin, 

"Omcholl conpeffoii, 

"Oniifi Ctiai^h |?eiy\, 



■Oigtrohi 6^11, 

'Omeficach Cltiona moiyi, 

TKiiaiT!) OaDaffOftoma, 

[Ri bfvecan a atai|i .1. bp.acain mac bp..] 

T)obo5an mac Coniaiffoe, 

"Oochonna niac Oofiain, 

Dochonna epfcob, . 

"Oochonna, . 


20 T)ec. 
G 1cm. 

10 lati. 

9 mofi. 

22 mail. 

25 CCpii. 

12 mai. 

27 lull. 
9 Sepr. 
3 tloa. 

15 mot. 
U Ion. 

29 apTi. 

28 peb. 
12 Inn. 

1 Won. 
21 tloti. 
25 •Dec. 

1 mai. 

18 T)ec. 

19 mat. 
6 Oct. 
6 1cm. 

25 CCpfi. 
9 Oct. 
27 lul. 

18 luU 
17 peb. 
15 THai. 

30 Oct. 
10 tloti. 



[msIio]), . . . . , 

ubh, bishop of Connor, 

in tlie Letter of Ji>lm lY. to the Clerg}' of Ireland.] 
of Inis-caf)in, ... 

similar name^ and Dionia of Cluain-caoin.] 

of Claain-caoin [id the county of Limerick, patron], 

}n of Oajs, ...... 

atron of Cill-Dioma in Caenraighe of the county and diocese 
lerick, and has a holiday, a fei^tival, and a station. lie yrM 
le Master of Declan and Coirbre mn of Colman, bishop, as we 
1 the Life of Declan ; and he was in the Desi of Mumhain.] 


irgin, and martyr, 

. . 


' Acha<lh-na-cro, 

1 of Neman, 
r Cluain-Braoin, 

of Oluain-mor, 

g of Britain, i.e. Brachan, son of 

)n of Comarde, 
son of Odbran, 

Brachameog, was his father. 

20 Dec. 
6 Jan. 

10 Jan. 

9 Mar. 
22 Mar. 
25 Apr. 
12 May. 

27 Jun. 

9 Sept 

3 Nov. 

15 May. 

14 Jan. 

29 Apr. 

28 Feb. 

12 Jun. 

1 Nov. 

21 Nov. 

25 Dec. 

1 May. 

18 Dec. 

19 May. 

6 Oct. 

G Jan. 

25 Apr. 


27 Jul. 

18 Jul. 

17 Fob. 

15 May. 

30 Oct. 

10 Nov. 




"Ooiiiangoiir; epfcop 6 Raich nitiftbuils, 

[Domansapx: mac Oachach, M. Gen. "OoTnansoiic eiLitip, 
filius Sarani, M. Gen.] 

"Ooftiaingein epfcop 6 'Chuaini tnufqiaige, 
"Ooihnocc 'Ciobfiair pucTma, 
"Oomhriall, ..... 
X)oTiii{in facca^ic 6 Inif G^in^m, 
X)onnan (Xego, .... 
[fPaiiicitv, acuy* .l-n. maiTVciii 'om fticcricail).] 

T)oTitmn faccafic, . 

■OoTiTicm, ..... 

"Ooftbene gbb la, . 

[Ciiiii|* manu'pcp.ipca e|x Uica Cotumbae v^l^ CCDamncmum 
quani habeo ex l)aua|iiu pefi pcrcfveni Uicuni.] 

T)^xoTiTian epfcop 6 Chill T)]\oiiTiain, 

"Oubchach, . 

■Oubchach, . 

"Ouban |xicca]XT:, 

"Ouban faccafic, 


"Oub |x:tiile, 

■Otib "Da loch a, 

■Otinchaf) abb la, 

[Dunctt'D Ua b|iain 19 lanuapn 970 obnr, "do y^liocc Ulaine mic 
Weill tlaoigiallaij ex tlagiogenep.] 

T)u]\ epfcop o "Ofitiini qfteina, 
"Ouiblici]! abb ponn^laifi, 

X)uichtiill X)ep,5 6 nlnif , 
"Ouichtiill .1. TirioT)icha, 
"Ouileach Clochaifi, 
'OtiiTifech 05 6 Lgch Cuan, . 
X)tiiTifech 6 Chill "Otimfi^he, 
"OachfiacT: LiarhT)fioTna, 
T)tich|vacT; C/eitichoille, 
"Ouchfiacc ogh 6 Chill fntiiiie, 

24 TTlafi- 

29 CCpfi. 
18 mai. 

16 CCp]i. 
7 Ian. 

17 ap]\. 

29 (Xp\\. 
11 aug. 
28 Oct. 

12 "Dec. 

5 peb. 

7 Oct. 
11 peb. 
11 tlou. 
15 (Xp]\, 

5 8epc. 

5 Oct. 
25 trial. 

6 peb. 

15 mai. 

8 Occ. 

15 ma[i. 
21 tlou- 
17 tlou. 

5 CCti^. 

11 "Dec. 

16 trial. 
25 Occ. 

12 tlou. 

1 M. Gen. — ^This is a reference to the MartyiH)log%um Gtneuhfficnm^ where the genealogy 
of Domhangort, son of Eochaidh, is given up to Fergus Dubhdedach, Book of Ltcam^ (oL 



rt, bisbop, of Rath-muirbuilg, 

igart, mn of Eochaidh, M. Gren.^: Domangort the pilgrim, son 

ran. M. Gen.] 

hen, bisbop, of Tuaim Muscraigbe, . 

, of Tioprait Fachtna, . . . , 

• «••••< 

riest, of Inis Alngin, . . . . 

■ ; and 52 martyrs of liis monks.] 

• •••••< 

kbbot of la, . . . . • 

«e handwriting is the Life of Colum1)a, by Adamnan, which I 

receiv*?d from Bavaria through Father White.] 

)isbop, of Cill Dronnain, 

24 Mar. 



abbot of la, 

Ih Ua Brain died 19 Jan., 970 ; 
8 of the race of Maine, son of Niall 

p, of Druim-cremba, 
abbot of Fionoglas, 

)erg, of Inis, 

1^. Modicbu, 

)i Clocbar, . 

virgin, of Locb Cuan, 

3f Cill Duinsighe, . 
of Liatlidruim, 
of Lembcboill, 
virgin, of Cill-muine, 

ccording to the Ilagiogenesis 
of the Nine Hostages.] 

29 Apr. 

18 May. 

16 Apr. 

7 Jan. 

17 Apr. 

29 Apr. 

11 Aug. 

28 Oct. 

12 Dec 

5 Feb. 

7 Oct. 

11 Feb. 

11 Nov. 

15 Apr. 

5 Sept. 

5 Oct. 

25 May. 

6 Feb. 

15 May. 

8 Oct 

15 Mar. 

21 Nov. 

17 Nov. 

5 Aug. 

11 Deo. 

16 May. 

25 Oct. 

12 Nov. 

.t thp othor D(»mhnnjrrtrt, here called the pilgrim, does not ap)>ear to he then 


clccH iicc iiiccHrcculoi^e. 

la, Virgo), 


Cabnar 6 Hof endie, 

Cacrach ogh, 

OoDhaniai^x 05I1, 

Oduoiti Tuaiiia tloa {Modut 

Cafic Elaine epfcop, 

Oufic ^xxcca^xr, 

^Qfic epfcop X)otiihTiai5h tii6iii TTlaige "Oaiimi^ine, 

fuixxic ep]xob, 

Ga^ic ni^en 8inill 6 THhilmc, 

C^afic epfcob T)oihTiaiJ Tn6i|\, 

Oafipiar 05b, 

Oapfcob TTlaccaiTiTie 6 CCch -Da laa^ig, 

Oaf conn epfcob 6 Obocluain, 

[Axeiitius a quo ITlttxencia .1. ITlefcoiin.] 
O^lionna 6 Cluain caoi, 
C^neudi mac Conchorhfiacb, 
Olirbi]\ ((bb {Eleutherim), 
Olirhiji Cluana gefi, 
Olidn|\ iriuiciTip, 
Olnne 1 fetich 111, 
Otan 6 ChinT) 8aile 

Ol^TnaT) naoiii, 
OnihiTi ep]Xop 6 Tlof ^laff , 

[Ml he fo |H?|iipcoti Ltbtii Cilt Cuinnij] 
6^tiaii mac ^emmain 6 Rof mo|i [1 luignib], 

[CCn ix^fiipcop. tiicae bp.igi'oae ecc, ec Ltb|ii Cilcennienpf, ec 
tiiDecufi quoD pc qtianquam Bminuf nominecuii in locelino 
non Cnnanuf.] 

31 Ion. 

5 peb. 
18 Ian. 

5 Int. 

2 Hou. 
13 lal. 

17 ^r. 
2 Oct. 

24 Oct. 
27 Oct. 

8 Ian. 

1 'Dec. 

20 Won. 

21 Ion. 

24 aptx. 

7 Ion. 

25 CCptx. 
12 man 
11 Ion. 
11 T)ec. 
10 8epr. 
30 X)ec. 

8 TTIaTi, 
7 Ion. 

18 -Dec. 
20 "Dec. 

30 Ian. 

1 Maccavme. — This name, although heginning with M, is placed in E, l)ecaiise he is 
calleil Eopscoft (i.e. hishop) Macainne. (T.) 

2 Mt^conn — This paragraph mcan^s that the Irish name Kusconn, with tho pri'tix Jl/o, 




Eabnat, of Ros Encbe, 

Eachtach, virgin, 

Eadhanmir, virgin^ 

Edaoin, of Taaim-Noa {Moduena, virgin), 

Earc, of Slane, bishop, 

Earc, priest, .... 

Earc, bishop, of Doiiibnacb-m6r of Magb-Damhairne^ 

EarC; bishop, .... 

Earc, daughter of SiDoU, of Miliuc, 

Earc, bishop, of Domhnach-m6r, 

Eargiiat, virgin, 

Bishop Maccaine,* of Ath-da-laarg, 

Easconn, bishop, of Bo-chluain, 

[Axontiuis from whom Maxentia, i.e. M€«conn.*] 
Eghlionna, of Cluain-caoi, 
Egneach son of Oucathrach, 
Elithir, abbot {Elentheriui) 
Elithir, of Cluain-gesi, 
Elithir, of Mucinis, 
Eltine, in Senchua, 
Eltin, of Ohenn-saile, 
Elbhe, . 

Elgniad the holy, 
Emhin, bishop, of Ko8-gla.s6, 

[I« not this the writer of the Boole of Kilkenny ?] 

Enan, son of Gemman, of Kos-m6r [in Luighne], 

[[n he the writer of the Life of Brigid, &c., and of the Book of 
Kilkenny ? and it seemA likely to be so, though he is called £minu8 
in .Tocelin. not Ennanui*.] 

31 Jan. 

5 Feb. 

13 Jan. 

5 Jul. 

2 Nov. 

13 Jul. 

17 Sept. 

2 Oct. 

24 Oct. 

27 Oct. 

8 Jan. 

1 Bee. 

20 Nov. 

21 Jan. 

24 Apr. 

7 Jan. 

25 Apr. 

12 May. 

11 Jun. 

11 Dec. 

10 Sept 

30 Dec. 

8 Mar. 

7 Jan. 

18 Dec. 

20 Dec. 

30 Jan. 

in the form Mo-Knscfmn^ is the i»rigin of Mo-Axentia, <»r Majcentin, as it appears in f(»reipi 
calondarf*. The BolUndists have St. Maxentia at April 1(5; and Butler, who tn^ats of her 
at Nov. 20, says that she was Irish, and " eultod ** also on 24 Oct. and H» of April. (T.) 


enan mac tlip 

I map. 

erum mac TTliiuDaiii, 

. 25 moTV. 

enan inp CCeso. 

. 29 0^ 

Cnon "Dpflma Roirhe, 

. 19 a»5. 

[MartjT. GenuL a n-ianton TTItve ] 

Gnon mac Ua majo, 

2 Sept. 

enan gtmne poitle. 

. 29 -Oec. 

enwabbaTumn, . 

■ 21 mcep,. 

enTia (> ChiU, na manacti, . 

. 31 -Dec. 

■Citrjfraii Cluana Duiha. 

2 Hon. 

ejinain Clnana -oeoct)}u(, 

. 11 Ion. 

Givnoin mac CtKiiiioin, 

. U 1(m. 

eimain l> righ epnAm. 

. 17 Ian. 

ejinam mac CCeta. . 

. 16 mm. 


. 17 CCdg. 

ep,non TTlKrotuuchjio, 

. 26 Occ. 

©ivnan mnc eogain. 

1 Ion. 


. 37 Oct. 

Glinin epfci>p, 

Gfinin Caff LeicgliTine, 

. 26 Ion. 

. 23 peb. 


. 28 peb. 

e|iiiin epfcop. 

12 O^ni. 


. 13 mai. 

epniTi CpemhchoiU^. 

. 31 TTlai. 

ejimn Clnano, 

4 Inn. 

efinin Claana pnn, 

. 28 Inn. 


1 Int. 

ejinin Inp caoiti, . 

. 13 luL 

epnin Clnana RailSench. . 

5 CC05. 

Cjinm .1. meivnficc 6 Ratrh noi. 

18 ang. 

ejiTH'n Ua brunm, . 

■ 27 «epr. 

ejinin abb Uitgtmne, 

- 12 Moo. 

ejinln mac -Doib, . 

. 13 Hon. 

Cfinin mac denaich. 

■ U -Dec. 


- 23 -Dec. 

ejvnach mac Ccliin. 

■ 30 0(x. 

»hnvr, p. 

mi, nolt 

Thr rnpv -I Ihii. wnrii 



Euan 8on of Ness, 
Euan, son of Moadan^ 
Enan, of Inis Aeg, 
Enan, of Druim-raithc, 

[Acconling to the Martyrolo^um Genealogicam,! m 

Enan, son of Ua Mago, 

Euan, of Glcann Faidhlo, 

Enda, abbot of Ara, 

Enda, of Cill-na-manach, 

Enostan, of Cluain-dumha, 

Emaiu, of Clnain-deochra, 

Ernain son of Caomhan, 

Eraain, of Tech-Ernain, 

Eraain, son of Aedh, 


Ernan, of Miodblnachra, 

Eraan son of Eoghan, 


Ernin, bisbop, 

Ernin Cass, of Lethghlinn, 


Eruin, bisbop, 


Ernin, of Cremhcboill, 

Ernin, of Cluain, 

Ernin of Cluain-finn, 


Eruin, of Inis-caoin, 

Ernin, of CIuain-Railgbeacb, 

Eruin, i.e. Mernog, of Ratb-noi 

Ernin Ua Briuin, 

Ernin, abbot of Lethglinn, 

Eruin, son of Dabb, 

Ernin, son of Senacb, . 


Ernaob, son of Ecbin, . 


in till' Book of Lecftn has nothing; of Enan of Druim-raitho, in Wcstmcath. (T.) 

1 Mar. 
25 Mar. 
29 Apr. 
19 Aug. 







































clccR ticc mccHTXCTiLoiBe. 

Ofveclecb, .... 

OfimetKicb abb C|iaoibe tai|^e {Hermes)^ 

OfimeDbacb abb Cungae, 

Gfimeti 05b, 

Ofieftan 6 Tbtgb Ofteftain abb, 

6|iefian pefileiginn Cltjana bO|xai|iT>, 

©icbe CiUe ^loif , 

Oicbleacb mac "Oaigbjie, 

Oirbcen ep|x:op Cluana ^"oa, 


Oirbne 05b, . 


OcbefiTi epfcop "Ooriinaigb nioifi, 

6rbbiTitif abb, 

OocbaiDb Uipiigb, . 

Gocbai'ob epfcop 'Caitiilacra, 

Oocbafob Uif Tn6ip„ . 


Oogban epfcop, 

Cobban e^nai-ob, 

Bonbon abb T11ai§e bil€, 

Cobban 6 CC|\t) i^arba epfcop, 

Oogban uif Tn6ip,, 

Oogbati CC|XT>a lecai^b 1 TTJuigb One, 

Coin mac Cap,lain 6 'Cbi^b C^oin, 

Oolang 6 CCcbaT)b bo {Kulogins)^ 

Oolatn^ 1 iLeacaiTi TTli'De, 

Oubel {Euheliiis), 

3 map.. 
1 Ian. 
8 Ian. 

13 peb. 
11 CCag. 
29 "Dec. 

5 CCtij. 

14 (105. 
11 peb. 

26 peb. 
29 ma|i. 

6 lul. 

27 niai. 

19 Oct. 
1 Ian. 

28 Ian. 

17 CCpp. 

15 mart. 

18 CCpp. 

28 mat. 
31 mai. 
23 auB. 

16 Occ. 

20 "Dec. 

17 CCu^. 
5 8epr. 

29 T)ec. 
14 tlou. 

Pacbma epfcop 6 lluacbongbail {Facundus), 
Paccna 6 Cp,e bice, 
Pacrna epfcop "Oaipinp, . 

[CCra CiUin Padcna 1 mu|H;|iai^e CTiuip-c.] 
Pacma 6 CbiU romma, 

19 Ian. 

3 mail. 
14 a«5. 

14 II 




Ereclecli, .... 

Ermedhach, abbot of Craobb-Laisre (Hermes), 

Ermedhacby abbot of CoDga, . 

Ermen, virgin, 

Ereran, of Teob-Ererain, abbot^ 

Ereran, lector of CIuain-bEraird^ 

Eicbc, of Cill-glas, 

Eicbleaob, son of Daigbre, 

Eitcben, bisbop of Oluain-foda, 


Eitbne, virgin, 


Etbom, bisbop of Dombnaob-mor, 

Etbbinus, abbot, 

Eocbaidb, of Uisnecb, 

Eocbaidb, bishop of Tamblacbt, 

Eocbaidb, of Lis-mor, . 


Eogban, bisbop, 

Eogban, the wise, 

Eogban, abbot of Magb-bile, . 

Eogban, of Ard-sratba, bisbop, 

Eogban, of Lis-m6r, . 

Eogban, of Ard-lecaigb in Magb-Ene, 

Eoin, son of Carlan, of Tecb-Eoin, 

Eolang, of Acbadb-bo {Etdogivs), 

Eolaing, in Lccan of Meatb, 

Eubel (EiiMius), 

3 Mar. 
1 Jan. 
8 Jan. 

13 Feb. 
11 Aug. 
29 Dec. 

5 Aug. 

14 Aug. 
11 Feb. 

26 Feb. 
29 Mar. 

6 Jul. 

27 May. 

19 Oct. 
1 Jan. 

28 Jan. 

17 Apr. 

15 Mar. 

18 Apr. 

28 May. 
31 May. 
23 Aug. 

16 Oct. 

20 Dec 

17 Aug. 
6 Sept. 

29 Dec. 
14 Nov. 

Facbtna, bisbop, of Nuacbongbail (/*acuncf{/<), 19 Jan. 

Facbtna, of Ore-beg, . . . . .3 Mar. 

Facbtna, bisbop of Dairinis, . . . .14 Aug. 

[Tlien* is Cillin-Fachtiui (jlUtk church ofFachtna) in Muscraighe-Chiiirc.] 

Fiu'btna, of Cill-Tomma, . . . .14 Nov. 


clccH Ma mccRTXCRloiBe. 


Pailbe OffDOimb, . 

pailbe abb la, 

pailbe abb la, 

pailbe ^T)aiTh, 



pailbe 6 Ttibtjcbr, . 

pailbe 6 Chill e6, . 

pailbe mac Conlocha, 

pailbe mac Cftaic tibigb, 


pailbe Ififi moifte, . 

pailbe 6 Cbluain aifibealaig, 


Paincbe 05b 6 Rof aifirbift, 

paiTicbe 05b 6 Claain caoi, 

pairlenn mac CCe'oa Daniain, 

pairleari'D, . 

paoUtn Cluana moefcna, 


paolAti ponn Cbille Colmai, 


paolAfi 6 Rait OftariTi, 



paoldn Cluana moefcna, 

Paoldn Tlocba CCiT)bne, 




Paoldn abb actif maifinft, 


paolcbfi epfcop, 



paolcbCi pionnglaifi, 

paolT)obaifi Clocbaifi, 

11 Ion. 
8 peb. 

10 TTlaTi. 

22 man. 

8 CCpTi. 
16 CCpTi. 

29 CCpp. 

19 Inn. 

30 Inn. 

11 lol. 

18 luU 

20 Itil. 
1 (X115. 
1 8efH:. 
4 Sepr. 
1 Ian. 

21 Ian. 

4 lun. 

5 8epr. 

9 Ion. 

31 tnari. 
5 TTlai. 

28 mai. 
20 lun. 

23 Itin. 

24 CCag. 
26 CCu^. 
30 Sepc. 

30 8epr. 

12 Oct. 

19 Oct. 

31 Oct. 
5 Won. 

30 CCpfi. 

23 TTlai. 

20 Itil, 

24 Sepv. 

29 Itin. 




Failbhe, of Erdomh, 

Failbhe, abbot of la, . 

Failbhc, abbot of la, . 

Failbhe, of Erdamh, 



Failbhe, of Tubucht, . 

Failbhe, of Cill-eo, 

Failbhe, son of Culocha, 

Failbhe, son of Crac-dhibhigh, 


Failbhe, of iDis-mor, . 

Failbhe, of Cluain-Airbealaigh, 


Fainche, virgin, of Ros-airthir, 

Fainche, virgin, of Claain-caoi, 

Faithlenn, son of Aedh Damhan, 


Faolan, of Cluain-Moescna 


Faolan Finn, of Cill-Oolmai, 


Faolan, of Rath-Erann, 



Faolan, of Gluain-Moescna, 

Faolan, of Kath-Aidhno, 




Faolan, abbot and martyr, 


Faolcha, bishop, 



Faolchn, of Finnglas, . 

Faoldobliair, of Olochar, 

11 Jan. 
8 Feb. 

10 Mar. 

22 Mar. 

8 Apr. 
16 Apr. 

29 Apr. 

19 Jan. 

30 Jun. 

11 Jul. 

18 Jul. 

20 Jul. 
1 Aug. 
1 Sept. 
4 Sept 
1 Jan. 

21 Jan. 

4 Jun. 

5 Sept. 

9 Jan. 

31 Mar. 

5 May. 

25 May. 
20 Jun. 

23 JuD. 

24 Aug. 

26 Aug. 
30 Sept 

30 Sept. 

12 Oct 

19 Oct 

31 Oct 

6 Nov. 
30 Apr. 

23 May. 

20 Jul. 

24 Sept 
29 Jun. 


cfWR iicc mocRrccRloise. 

paoilenD, ...... 

paoitenTi mgen feojam, ..... 

■cCUiinn KioaijYTi rmce Uaite mic Tloibepc niaecepf "Qua- 
■oenpr eaiU'curoj' Sflu'eiipf' *^ '"""C ui»nai^ paoi*!- 
Teom'pot.l. actif colxin Vaolmn pi]' a ngan TW fin Bait i 
niocCaix ^loin, ere- [piu]ri>eml, ■uiaecep]']. 

paoiIXen, .... 

paoitaseTin ogh, . 


|.'uo)nii\ 6 'Doiiinach pnomiii, 

Pepghaff obb, 

PefiSurf ""oc CCengarr«, no CCo*a, 
Fe]V5>iun-, .... 
pep^huff 6 Inif caoin, 

[CfC ©cclepo paiiodlialil- S. F*rgu»»Ii dc Iniskioi 
cam rectoria «ju8 at secularu.] 

pejighuff epfcob. .... 



Pejighnrr. Cjiuichneach, 
pep,5liorrlnp Inerclainn, . 
pejijna bailee epfcop acHf abb la ( Firffaoua), 
Pei\5na f accapc, .... 
Pejinachfiiocb, .... 
pejv 'Da chiiioch, .... 
Pei^TiacjMocb. .... 
Pqi -oa qwoch, .... 

Peiroaqiiocb, , . . ■ 

peiiT)aciiioch, o 'Ohofiie na fPlann, 
pe|iT)aqvioch, .... 

LVeji no criioc .i- Hlac Catixeinti IE CCngufci uroe CCo^] 
peiVTKichTiioch. .... 

pejiTMifinach Caama 'Da tialann, 

> 20 Stpl.—Rerti- 20 Da: 

3 ma\\. 

13 tlOD. 

16 tan. 





29 Oct. 



20 Ion. 











19 IdL 













18 mat. 









3 Mou. 

Iff Mon. 

10 Inn. 



(laughter of Eoghan, . . . . 

is a Tempoll FaoiUend (c^rcA of Facilleim), and a miraculous 
where there is the custom of a station, and daily cures of all 
iea, with her image, in Clann-Rickard, near Baile mic Hoibert 
artstown), diocese of Rilmicduagh, county of Galway. Her 
ry^ is there likewise. There is a Tempol, and Tobar Faolain [a 
h and weU ofFaoUenn] near this place, in which diseases, &c, 
ealed, in the same diocese]. 

3 Mar. 
13 Nov. 

• •■••• 

16 Jan. 

1, virgin, ...... 

17 Mar. 

ICQ, ••....• 

18 Sept. 

- Domhnach-Faoinir, . . . . 

29 Oct. 

in, ....... 

>20 Sept 

abbot, ..... 

20 Jan. 

on of Aenghos, or of Aodh, . . . . 

15 Feb. 

• • • • • ■ « 

23 Mar. 

of Inis-caoin, . . . . . 

29 Mar. 

is a parish church of S. Fergus of Iniscaoin, without cure of 

, because its rectory is secular, ue., imivropriateJ] 

bishop, ..... 

30 Mar. 

• • • ■ • a 

5 Jul. 

• ••••• 

. 19 Jul. 

the Pict, ...... 

8 Sept 

son of Gaaire, . . . . . 

10 Sept 

of Inis-Inesclainn, .... 

. 10 Nov. 

itt, bishop and abbot of la ( Virgnom)y 

2 Mar. 

riest, ...... 

18 Sept 

Dch, ...... 

. 30 Mar. 

[>ch, ....... 

18 May. 

och, ...... 

. 31 May. 

och, ....... 

30 Ang. 


9 Sept 

)ch, of Doire-na-Flann, 

6 Oct 


. 3 Nov. 

i-crioch, i.e. Mac Coirthinn, of Aug. 15. Sec Aodh.] 

lf\^IJ* •••••• 

. 15 Nov. 

ach, of Tuaiui-cla-ualann, 

10 Juu. 


clccR ncc mccRrccRloise. 

Ve6bai|X 05I1 6 botaib. 

6 Mou. 

peibfiirhe, ..... 

. 30 lul. 

pel chin pobat]\ abb, 

. 20 Ian. 

[puc|\uii Chniel phecni ocuy* i Ti-ia|\ta|\ Connacc] 

peichtn mac Ua Chainche Oennnaigh, 

. 19 peb. 

Pel chin faccajxr, .... 

. 22 peb. 

Peichin facca]\r, . . . . . 

2 CCtis. 

peichtti, ..... 

. 2S "Dec. 

PeiT)hlimi'Dh Cbille niotfie, . 

3 0:05. 

PeiT>bliiriiT)b 6 Chill nioiji T>iq\uib, 

9 CCug. 

Pei'oliinif) mac C|iiomhrhaiTi, 

. 28 ecus. 

Pei'olimi'D "Oomhnai^h, 

. 30 Occ. 

Peif)liiri o^h, .... 

9 "Dec. 

Pei'Dhlimi'oh, .... 

. 20 'Dec. 

Pei'ohlimi'Dh, .... 

. 23 "Dec. 

Pemmop, Cluana 5|iencha, . . . , 

. 18 Ian. 

pemT)i, ...... 

. 2 Itin. 

Peme ogh acuf mai|iri|i, . . . , 

. 17 Sepr. 

Pergna coma|iba paufiaicc {Mamuelus), 

. 12 peb. 

Pechmeach 6 Chill ruama. 

. 16 iriap. 

perhaiT)h, ..... 

. 31 iriap. 

Pe^chu UamoD puibi, 

6 Itjl. 

Perhchti, ..... 

. 23 lul. 

Perhi, ..... 

. 5 atjg. 

Perhan 6 Chuil 5fiaiTi5c, . . . . 

. 15 "Dec. 

Piachfta abb, . . . . . 

. 8 peb. 

Piachfta abb, .... 

. 2 mai. 

Piachfta caol Cluana Cachmi, 

. 25 lul. 

Piachfia, ...... 

. 25 lul. 

PiQchfiaDitfteabach, . . . . 

. 30 ecus. 

PiQchftai^h, . . . . . 

4 Sepr. 

Piachfiai^h epfcop, . . . . 

. 28 Sepr. 

Piachtiaigh, . . . . . 

. 12 Oct. 

piachtt mac Ua Coftbmaic, . . . . 

. 27 -Dec. 

Piachna, ...... 

. 30 nioix 

Piachna, ...... 

. 29 CCpTX. 

pmcc efpcop 8lebue, . . . . 

. 12 Occ. 

PioDhnor: 05, .... . 

4 1cm. 



Fedlibair, virgin, of Botha, 

Feibrithe, .... 

Feichin, of Fobhar, abbot, 

[Patron of Cinel-Fcichiii^ and in West Connacht.] 

Feichin 6on of Ua Chainche, of Lemmagh, 

Feichin, priest, 

Feichin, priest, 


Feidhlimidh, of Cill-mor, 

Feidhlimidh, of Cill-mor-dithruibh, 

Feidhlimidh, sou of Oriomhthann, 

Feidhlimidh, of Donihnach, 

Feidhlim, virgin, 

Feidhlimidh, . 

Feidhlimidh, . 

Femmor, of Cluain-grencha, 


Feme, virgin and martyr, 

Fethgna, successor of Patrick (Ma7miHus), 

Fethmeach, of Cill-tuama, 


Fedhchu, of Uaimh-fubi, 


Fethi, . 

Fethan, of Cuil-graingc, 

Fiachra, abbot, 

Fiachra, abbot, 

Fiachra-Caol, of Clnain-Oachtni, 


Fiachra, the Solitary, . 


Fiachrach, bishop, 


Fiacha son of [Ua] Corbmaic, 



Fiacc, bishop of Sleibhte, 

Fiadhnat, virgin, 

6 Nov. 

30 Jul. 

20 Jan. 

19 Feb. 

22 Feb. 

2 Aug. 

28 Dec. 

3 Aug. 

9 Aug. 

28 Aug. 

30 Oct. 


20 Dec. 

23 Dec 

18 Jan. 

2 Jun. 

17 Sept. 

12 Feb. 

16 Mar. 

31 Mar. 

6 Jul. 

23 Jul. 

5 Aug. 

15 Dec. 

8 Feb. 

2 May. 

25 Jul. 

25 Jul. 

30 Aug. 

4 Sept. 

28 Sept 

12 Oct. 

27 Dec. 

30 Mar. 

29 Apr. 

12 Oct. 

4 Jan. 

2 E 

(,'l.(CR no: nitmroRloise. 



|2icAatkii)i, Uachraifi attiuifi, 
yialfin fepcoch, 
PonafTtt pi eiietni, 
fiODQii epfcop, 

po™n ,n.<c e,i«nM,n, . 

potian cnnini Chion eicijh, 


Ptonun Rartia, 

Paniin Cane, 

Pionocc mac Cncha. 

Pionnbajiii abb Infe "Ooitiile, 

Pionnbajiii piceaiir, 

pionTibai\iv .1. Oiwrona Chille Cunga, 

ponbajifi, . 

poi)'DcuT)lian nCCyLTjai, 

pioiiiii.tiriTiti epix:op, 

pioiinchanh epfcop 6 ChiR poTigo. 


[«d Finchsn, .1. ^111115011.] 
pionnchfin epfcop "Ojvoma enaigli, 
pionnchftn, . 
pionnch&n, . 
pionnch&n, . 
Pionnchu 6 Ohp,i goBann, 
Pmnnttish Canihlacca, 
pionnliish, . 
Pioimlngli Clnana mic pei 
pionnlusb. . 
pionninac epfcop, 
pionngain [mac CCijiciTinij] 6 "Oiamaiiv. 

[Vide ui ait Pingir : ven Hiliuriiu.] 

ptonnn mac CCpaicb, 
pKrohmnme 6 Inif baoiriiin, 

' 3vn of AirrinnKk — Th««* words are in>ert«d in ftn 
froin (he MartyroloKy ut Tallaicht, and the kIou in Mac 

. 29 Hoo. 

7 lul. 

d 8ef)c. 

14 tloo. 

8 ton. 

9 Ian. 

12 peb. 

13 peb. 

16 map. 

7 app. 

4 Oct. 

35 Hon. 

8 -Dec. 

. 4 Oct. 

4 Int. 

25 Int. 

9 Sepr. 

10 8ei«:. 

23 peb. 

16 rtlai 

12 Moo. 

11 map. 

17 moi. 

4 Inn. 

39 Occ 

8 Mo.. 

25 Mo.. 

3 lap. 

11 tnai. 

5 Ion. 

13 Moa. 

10 Mo«. 

24 Oct. 

13 lot. 

16 moi. 



V ;« no mnitica 



Fiadhnat, . . . . . 

29 Nov. 

Fiadhabhair, of Uachtar-achaidh, 

7 Jul 

FialaD the Miracalous, 

9 Sept 

Fionachta, king of Erin, 

14 Nov. 

Fionan, bishop, 

8 Jan. 

Fionan, of Saxonland, . 

9 Jan. 

Flonan, eon of Erannan, 

. 12 Feb. 

Fionan, .... 

. 13 Feb. 

Fionan, the Leper, 

. 16 Mar. 

Fionan the Crooked, of Oenn-eitigb, 

7 Apr. 

Fionan, .... 

4 Oct. 

Fionan, of Bath, . . . . 

25 Nov. 

Fionan Caue, . . . . . 

8 Dec. 

Fionog Mac Cucha, 

4 Oct. 

Fionnbarr, abbot of Inis Doimble, 

4 Jul. 

Fionnbarr, priest, 

. 25 Jul. 

Fionnbarr, i.e. Bro^lna, of Cill-cunga, . 

9 Sept. 

Fionnbharr, . . . . . 

. 10 Sept. 

Fiondcadhan, of Ard, . . . . 

. 23 Feb. 

Fionnchadb, bishop, . 

. 16 May. 

Fionnchadh, bishop, of Cill-Forga, 

. 12 Nov. 

Fionnchan, .... 

. 11 Mar. 

[is he Finchan, i.e. Finngar ?] 

Fionnchan, bishop of Druim-enaigh, . 

. 17 May. 

Fionnchan, . . . . . 

4 Jun. 

Fionnchan, . . . . . 

. 29 Oct 

Fionnchan, . . . . . 

8 Nov. 

Fionnchn, of Bri-gobhann, 

25 Nov. 

Fionnhigh, of Tainhlacht, 

3 Jan. 

Fionnlugh, . . . . . 

11 May. 

Fionnlugh, of Cluain-mic-Feig, 

5 Jan. 

Fionnlugh, . . . . . 

13 Nov. 

Fionnmac, bishop, . . . . 

10 Nov. 

Fionnghain [son of Aircinnech*], of Diamar, 

. 24 Oct 

[See whether this is Fingar : the truly solitary.] 

Fionnu son of A rath, . 

. 13 Jul. 

Fiodhmhuine, of Inis-Baoithin, 

. 16 May. 

of St Fionnghan*s father in the text of the Martyrology. (R.) The words 
.«ioIitarias'* are probably intended as a translation of the name Fumngar, (T.) 

2 E 2 




cLccR wcf iiujfHrtmloise. 

poT)lKn]xle ua ^tianaigb abb Uairhne, 
PoiiTiraiii mac Toicrhigb, . 
Poniirain mac Cchacb, 
Poiinrain 6 "Otin blefce, 
potinratii facca]\r Chiana caoin, 
Pionnraiii abb Cluaiia betf)iiech, 
[lliT)e uicam 8. Pionchon, p. 11.] 

Puniiratn Co|\acb, . 

Ptoinirain .i. bel tia pfalm, 

PonnraiTi 6 CI nam caoni, . 

PutinraiTi pocuillice ]xicafir, 

pionnrain (X^xDa caoin, 

ponnratii abb, 



Ponnratn mac 'Call abb, 

poTinram abb "O^iomma bing. 

Ponnrain "Oeiimaigbe, 


ponnrain, . 

Ponnrain LemcboiUe, 

poTinrain mac LtiiTii'D, 

Pnnnna 05b 6 Cluain guirbbinn, 

puma epfcop TTlbtiigbi bile, 



PnTi6n TTluigbe bile, 

Pinnen epfcop, 

Pi nil en abb Cluona bep^aip.!), 

[(Xcuf effioc na TTli'6e, ap. 23 Peb. ora 1 T1-01V15 na naoiii 


pmnbeo Inbip. TTleil^e, 
pmcbell flebe 5waip,e, 
pmcbeall 05b, 
pim)cbe 05b, 
pmneacbr 05b, 
pmneacb "Ouiiin epfcop. 

1 Oct. 
1 loll. 
1 Ion. 
3 Ian. 

7 peb. 

17 peb. 

21 peb. 
27 mari. 
11 ma|\. 

18 lal. 

8 ^pr. 

19 ^pc. 
27 Sepz, 

1 Occ. 

9 Ocr. 

10 Occ. 

20 Ocr. 
7 riou. 
9 lloti. 

16 lloa. 
14 'Dec. 

1 riou. 

11 Peb. 

2 maiv 

17 mai. 
10 ^pr. 
27 ^pr. 

12 "Dec. 

29 'Dec. 
25 Ion. 
25 1cm. 

24 CCpTi. 

25 lom. 
11 (Xtj^. 

2 peb. 



Ja Suanaigh, abbot of Kaithin, 

1 Oct. 

)n of Toicthech, 

1 Jan. 

m of Eocbaidh, 

1 Jan. 

f Duu-blesce, 

3 Jan. 

•riest of Clnain-caoiD, 

7 Feb. 

bbot of Cluain-heidhnecb, . 

. 17 Feb. 

^ife of St. Fionnchii, foL 11.] 

orach, . . . .21 Feb. 

e. Bel-na-psalm, 

. 27 Mar. 

f Gluain-caoin, 

. 11 Mar. 

f Focbuillich, priest, 

. 18 Jul. 

f Ard-caoin, 


8 Sept. 


. 19 Sept. 

• • • • * 

. 27 Sept. 

• • • • 

1 Oct, 

[ac Tail, abbot. 

9 Oct. 

bbot of Druim-hiDg, 

. 10 Oct. 

f Dermach, 

. 20 Oct. 

• ■ • • 4 

7 Nov. 

• • • • < 

9 Nov. 

f Lcmcboill, 

16 Nov. 

m of Luinidh, 

U Dec. 

rgin, of Cliiain-guithbiuu, . 

1 Nov. 

op of Magh-bile, 

11 Feb. 

• • « • ■ 

2 Mar. 

• • • • • 

17 May. 


10 Sept 

lop, .... 

27 Sept. 

Dt of Cluain-hflraird, 

12 Dec. 

lop of the Mi'aths: at the 23rd of Feb. he 

is in the Office of 

its of Ireland.] 

• t • • • 

. 29 Dec. 

Inbhcr Meilghe, . 

• 1 

25 Jan. 

' Sliabh Guairo, 

25 Jan. 

nrgin, .... 

24 Apr. 

gin, .... 

25 Jan. 

irgin, .... 

11 Aug. 

iirn, bishop, . • . 

2 Feb. 

cUra iia tnfCRCCCRloise. 


piiSm mac (h>hjiaiii, 

l^mni^ach ogh 6 Clijvuacuii ITlltuije alina, 
poUdihain epp-ob, . 
yopannan abb Cluana bep,aiiiT), 
Pofionnon mac CCetitia, 
poiinnnan mac Ttonum 6 "Ooriinac m6]\ ITli 
poiiuniian Luae, 
poiiannaii ChilU ae. 
I^onicheallacti 1^060171, 
P»ilicche)iii epfcop T>ei«ipul poryiaic, 
t^uitcach, .... 
VUnn poi'ti. 

piunn epix-op Viotiiisl«ii^. . 
[ptanii -1- iiuu*, nu Tieyif;.] 
|;Laiiiian CliiU« aijiTi, 

vi«™ .... 

pUmi Oecc. 

(111 fjinoB j^ !.■*'"■] 

aaininTWiiBpetaii Iptn 
piantian ChiU« va tua, . 
ptanii cuiiiaiiba CoihsaiW.. . 
ytami mac poiiicheaUxHjh, 
pleuli /» O115I1 pLenjhe, 
yimothdii epfcop 6 Oo ctoani, 

[Cill« Pnaoic 1 cCoiumti.] 
pfvoffach angcoipt, 

[fCca CiU. VTinapitg tmn-l 
V'lU'Dhbeach mac CiUin, 

[puQTiji&n. CCca Cill pnajiivam acuf TTluilre poai\|iain 
q\i mile o btiatlciK pojiaimain ipn GtigoiLe. CCne Pfii- 
gtTvianuf p«afidn ?] 
puUijicach mac Ojvic epix:op Cluana liejianiT), 

[ec 21 -Dec] 
pniU«n, ...,,,. 

1 FortmBnn — Tbi:i rrferencF, which wu omitled by Ihe ro 
here. (R.) 

* Ouii»on.— Thnt U, then* wordi are the inlBq>reUlion of the ti 
red. (B.) 

' /lirfortn.— Sen Marl. Horn. 20 Jun. The mmning M«ms ( 

5 pet) 
13 Occ 

9 Hoa 
31 1ol. 
12 peb 
15 peb, 
30 ttpT 

2 Inn. 
22 -Dec 

10 Inn. 

11 Oct. 

6 Occ. 
U Ian. 
21 Ian. 

U IDai 

20 apf 

17 Int. 
d tlou 

18 -Oec 
15 -Oec 

21 -Dec 

12 8ei» 
20 Hon 

11 ap, 

4 pet 

. 29 THc 

■ 12 Ion 

>i1n', has been inse 
le FTann, which aifrn 



on of OdhraD, .... 

, virgin, of Sliabh Guaire, . 

, virgin, of Cruchan of Magh-abLna, 

n, bishop, ..... 

, abbot of Cluain-hEraird, 

son of Aedh, .... 

^ son of Bonan, of DoniLnach-mor of Magh Femhin, 

of Lua, ..... 

, of Cill-ae, ..... 

ach of Fobhar, .... 

1, bishop, disciple of Patrick, 


ihop of Fionnglas, 
, i.e. red, or crinuon.^] 
[>f Cill-ard, . 



itianus ; name of the sister of Isidorus,^ to whom he wrote.] 
df Cill-da-Lua^ .... 

scessor of Gomhgall, .... 
1 of Foircheallach, .... 
Tech-Fleidhe, .... 

, bishop, of Bo-cluain, 

raoich in Corann.] 

anchorite, ..... 

13 a Cill-Fhraanigh there.^] 

Lch son of Oillin, .... 

There is a Oill-Fuarr&in, and Muilte-Fuarrain three 
om Buailte-Forannain in Enghaile. Is Frigidianus 
s 08 Fuar&n t] 

son of Brec, bishop of Oluain-hEraird, 
[»t of Dei'eniber.'^] 

. 5 Feb. 

. 13 Oct. 

9 Nov. 

. 31 Jul. 

. 12 Feb. 

. 15 Feb. 

. 30 Apr. 

2 Jun. 

. 22 Dec. 

. 10 Jun. 

. 11 Oct. 

5 Oct. 

14 Jan. 

. 21 Jan. 

. 14 Mar. 

. 20 Apr. 

. 17 Jul. 

. 6 Nov. 

. 18 Dec. 

. 15 Deo. 

. 21 Dec. 

. 12 Sept. 

. 20 Nov. 

. 11 Apr. 

4 Feb. 

29 Mar. 
12 Jan. 

rm of FUmnan. Finrentia being the corresponding female name; she was the 

Isidore of Seville, and to her some of liis hooks were dedicated (T.) 

e. in Corann, the pla<e nicntionetl just before, which is a barony in the rountv 


r. — This additional refrrcnce is entered in the margin. (R.) 


cUcR tKC nucRTiWRLoise. 

puiU«n ■Onunimaca, 

puillen CCrha cm eicti. 

Vuitieach Clnana bixonaij. 


Vujifa abb, 

yuiMTohTian, & UiiTin cuna, 

pujiauhiiiiii abb ixmine teipe, 

PuViCTohiifai epfcob, 

puiiorohrifiTi mac Saiibjiaorhaicch. 

24 ap, 

23 Inl. 

11 -Oec 

19 -Oec 

16 Ion. 

28 niai 

18 lun. 

26 lul. 

22 TloD 


gaiBcene ogh, 

Jalluf (-ocha ceichec, 

Sapbon abb CCchait, 


SapRoti, . 

Japbon faccajic 6 Chinn f6iie, 

Eayithdn, . 

SoTialc Tnaighe eo abb acur epfcob, 


ScTicer faccofic 1 Cip gnaiTie, 

5ioUa mac Cios coiiiapba parpaicc, 

SobWin mac lloifc, 

Jobbiin abb CCipT)ne *Oaipinp 



gobbaii obb CCiptme, 

Jobbon becc, 


Jobbati ChiUe lamiiaige, 

[on OiTifiiTiili, 1.0 a rVjp, T>(t pnlji 
ftnijn n cClunm eiTnienrh.] 

14 llou. 
24 tun. 
11 lut. 

i CCpp. 

26 map 

17 app. 

14 mai. 

9 lol. 
21 Hou. 
13 map 

16 MoH. 
2 8«fpc. 

26 map 

17 map 
26 incqi 
30 map 

1 app, 

30 mai. 

16 luL. 

5 Hou. 

6 "Der. 



en, of Dromat, . . . . . 

. 24 Apr. 

len, of Ath-an-eich, . . . . 

. 23 Jill. 

leach, of Cluain-Bronaigh, 

. 11 Dec. 

tneachta, .... 

. 19 Dec. 

a, abbot, ..... 

16 Jan. 

kdhran, of Lann-Tura, . . . . 

. 28 May. 

kdhrdn, abbot of Lann-leire, 

18 Jun. 

kdhran, bishop, .... 

. 26 Jul. 

kdkr&n, son of Uarbhraothach, 

. 22 Nov. 

bran, . . . . . 

U Nov. 

lir^u, . . . . . 

24 Jun. 

►htene, virgin, . . . . 

11 Jul. 

as, of Loch-Techot, 

4 Apr. 

>han, abbot of Achadh, 

. 26 Mar. 

>han, . . . . . 

17 Apr. 

)kan, . . . . . 

14 May. 

3han, priest, of Cenn-8aile, 

9 Jul. 

3han, • . . . . 

. 21 Nov. 

lit, of Magh-eo, abbot and bishop, . 

13 Mar. 

Ichu, . . . . . 

. 16 Nov. 

t^n, priest, in Tir-Guaire, . 

2 Sept 

la-mac-Liag, successor of Patrick, . 

. 26 Mar. 

ban son of Na»<c, 

. 17 Mar. 

ban, abbot of Ard-Dairinnsi, 

. 26 Mar. 

ban, .... 

. 30 Mar. 

ban, .... 

1 Apr. 

ban, abbot of Airdne, 


30 May. 

ban Beg, 

. 16 Jul. 

ban, .... 

5 Nov. 

ban, of Cill-lamhraighe, 

6 Dec. 

fiu Osjjorv': or of Tccli-dn irablia, in I-l Ivuliiu'h of 


His relicH 

arc in C'Iuain-ei<llincn<'li.') 



gobnor ogh, 


Soibhneann 6 Ti^high SctJirhm, 

5op.TnaTi 6 Chill 5^^^^^^ • 

Stiaifie becc 6 CCchcro "Oubtaigh, 

5tiai|ie m6|\ 6 CCchcroh "Oubtaigb 

Suaifie becc, 

5uai]xicm, . 

Suafadr: epfcop 6 Sl^cmaftT), 

Jtiibfeach Cluana OoifienT), 

5tiit\TiiTnh injen Conjaola, 

Jlaffan, . 


5|iellcm mac Rocain, 

SfieallaTi epf cob, . 

SfieallaTi tainne, . 

Sfteallan Cfiaoibe, . 

St^ccUoc Oebleach 'Canilachca, 

11 peb. 
1 IDai. 

23 mai. 
6 OCu^. 

25 Oct. 
9 Ion. 
22 Ion. 
22 Itin. 
27 lul. 

24 1cm. 
20 Ian. 
22 peb. 

1 Occ. 

3 lun. 

15 CCp^i. 

17 8epc. 

18 Sepc. 
10 Hon. 
13 lal. 


tleliaf .1. CCiliU TTliiCTiaTha, 

llelaifi iTifi Locha Cfie (.i. Hdarius)^ 

llenaip, {Januarim), 

neafienafcca 6 'Chulaig lif , 

llep,cnctc ogh 6 "Oun dq en, 

Tleixecnac, ..... 

[Tlep^mecroac acuf ffermenas, vide Oifiniea'6ac aciif 

lleife CCifiiT)h yxyza, 

Tlo htummigh, .... 

TlilT)a ogh ban abb. 

11 CCpfi. 
7 8epr. 
. 18 lul. 
. 12 mat. 
. 30 Occ. 
. 10 CCpfi. 
etxmin], (10 CCptv.) 
. 24 peb. 
5 lul. 
18 Hou. 



t, virgin, 


. 11 Feb. 

JO, ... . 


1 May. 

leann, of TecL-Scuithin, 


. 23 May. 

al, . . . . 

5 Aug. 

n, of Cill-Gonnain, 

. 25 Oct 

Beg, of Achadh-Dubhthaigh, 

9 Jan. 

Mor, of AchadL-Dabhthaigh, 

. 22 Jan. 

Beg, . 

. 22 Jan. 


. 27 Jul. 

jht, bishop, of Granard, . 

. 24 Jan. 

•ach, of Ciaain-BoireDD, . 

. 20 Jun. 

mh, daughter of Cughaola, 

. 22 Feb. 

n, . . . 

1 Oct. 


3 Jan. 

Q son of Rotan, . 

15 Apr. 

in, bishop, 

. 17 Sept. 

in, of Lann, 

. 18 Sept. 

&n, of Craobh, 

. 10 Nov. 

>c Oebleach, of Tamlacht, 

. 13 Jul. 


\, i.e. Ailill, of Mucnamh, 

*, of Inis Locha-Cre (i.e. /lelaHus), 

T (JanuariuB\ 

nascca, of Tulach-lis, 

at, virgin, of Dun-da-6n, 

nav, • . . • 

11 Apr. 
7 Sept. 
. 18 Jul. 
. 12 May. 
. 30 Oct. 
. 10 Apr. 

leadach and Hermenas ; see Eirineadhach and Ermin], (10 Apr.) 

, of Airidh-fota, . .24 Feb. 

uimmigh, .5 Jul. 

, virgin, abbess, . .18 Nov. 


clccR wcc tnccRxrccHloise. 


a^xltigh epfcob acuf abb htyf Tnoi|i {Uientl^ns^], 
ttfilugha [^[[ierotheus] epfcob, 
afilairhe epfcob 'Cuaina tki uatcmTi, 

[Sloinneaf) la TTluiilineachaitJ an cainni pn.] 

a^xnocc Uirhi^i, . 

T) epfcob 6 CCrh pcrDor: i iLaignib, 

re ogh 6 Cluain q\ef)ail, . 

[Cill l-oe -Diaecepf Luimni^ po|iiiaip)e, yxxoifie.] 

obafi epfcob, .... 

oain epfcob Chille ai^irhifi, 

oaiTi Lif nioifi, .... 

[Joannea filius Carlani 17 CCug. o Tig C'oiti.] 

ollccrhan 6 n*Oi]^]\r, 

ollaT)han epfcob 6 Raiuh Liphrhen a bpefiaib ceall i 

ITli'De T)e fliocu Lae§ai^\e mic lleitl, 
onihafi Ua hCCe'oha^ain, . 
onicha'6 ChiUe "Dftoidiir, . 
ofeph epfcop 'Caiiilacra, . 
orha^maf c CCcaif) |:e^ira, . 
orhaftnafc 6 ChlaoTiaT)h, . • 
ufcan Lene, 
TToeachc Deochain, 
Tigena pe^i^na, 
njena CCen^haif , . 
Ti^ena Leinin 6 ChiH in^en Leinin, 
ngetia peficrDaigh, . 
Ti§ena Cuain, 
Ti^ena Oiffein 6 Rairh eich, 

ngena 5ai'^^«i^> 

ngena LaiffieiTi i Coill cola, 

nJeTia "Oucti, 

Tigena Coltiifn 6 "Chigh ingen Cohinn, 

1 The Dauffhttrs.^ThQ alphabetical order, wliidi is correct in the original. 

















13 Hot]. 

20 peb. 

10 Ian. 

13 au5. 

25 «epc. 
5 Ian. 

14 Ian. 

22 -Dec. 
29 luL 

5 Sepr. 
7 Ian. 

23 peb. 

6 mail. 
23 nia|\. 

26 CTpix. 
3 mai. 

17 mai. 

11 ItJTI. 

11 aug. 
13 Sepr. 

U of neces»itv 




larlugh, bishop and abbot of Li^-mor {Hierologtts), 
larlugha, bishop (Jlierotheu*), , 

larlaith, bishop of Taaim-darualann, 

[This uame is a surname with the Munstennen.] 

lamog Uithir, .... 

Id, bishop, of Ath-fadhat in Luighne, . 
Ite, virgin, of Cluain-credhail, 

[Cill-Ide, in the diocese of Limerick, a parish, and holiday.] 

lobhar, bishop, .... 

loain, bishop of Cill-airthir, 
loain, of Lis-mor, .... 

[John, son of Carlan, of Tech-Eoin, 17 Aug.] 

lolladhan, of Disert, .... 

lolladhan, bishop, of Rath-Liphthcn in Fer-ceall in Meath, of 

the race of Lacghaire son of Niall, . 
lomhar Ua hAedhagain, 
lomchadh, of Cill-droichit, 
Joseph, bishop of Tamhlacht, . 
lotharnasc, of Achadh-ferta, . 
lotharnasc, of Claonadh, . , . 

lustan Lene, ..... 
Indcacht, deacon, .... 

The Daughters^ of Fergna, 
The Daughters of Acngus^ 
The Daughters of Lenin, of Cill-inghen-Leinin, 
The Daughters of Feradhach, . 
The Daughters of Cuan, 
The Daughters of Oissein, of Rath-eich, 
The Daughters of Garbhan, 
The Daughters of Laisren, in Coill-cola, 
The Daughters of Dutu, 
The Daughters of Oolum, of Tech-ingen-Oolnim, 

departed from in the translation, as Infjeiia in Irish is daughters in Eni;Iish. 

16 Jan. 
22 Nov. 
20 Dec. 

31 Jul. 

14 Jul. 

15 Jan. 

23 Apr. 

24 Oct. 
13 Nov. 

20 Feb. 

10 Jun. 

13 Aug. 

25 Sept. 
5 Jan. 

14 Jan. 

22 Dec. 
29 Jul. 

5 Sept. 
7 Jan. 

23 Feb. 

6 Mar. 
23 Mar. 

26 Apr. 
3 May. 

17 May. 

11 Jun. 
11 Aug. 
13 Sept 


clOR Mtt mtTRtxmloise. 

Ingena CoiriTiigh 6 IDm^h Lacha, . 

24 «£ 

1n5en ITl hi 011501 jv, . 

25 In 

Injen Corhbcrt CCti\i* proa. 

2 In 

Ingen pacrna 6 epTiaifte {FaeutuUdt), 

3 CO 

iTijen Shenai^h (^Sennehide), 

11 CD 

Injeti mhechaiji {Eucharide), 

6 8e 

Injeti enai5h, ..... 

9 Se 


Labhjiaf a|i7ieprcop Ctcha cliofc {£aur«rftt«), 
Lachcain OCctioiiih uip. [coihajiba moloa] {Laetantim), 


tamnnoroti, . 


Uippan mac Cianain, 


Lappan CLaana CCithJein, . 

Laffofi CCchaiTih yocca, 

[LuuB onuiM uaqoe Lulannm.] 
tajpiTV ogh 6 ^Imn me*oin, 

Caffajl o^h, 

Laffajx 'Chiopiwic Roif (lain, 
Laffofi 6 ChiU, CCjichalgach, 
LafpiTV Ctoana motjv, 
Laffoo iitgen toochain, 
l^ffofi CCchaiT>h beirhe. 

. 14 Mo 

■ 19 tn< 

. 26 Inn 

1 an; 

9 ma 

■ II peb. 

. 26 Itlo, 

3 Mod 

6 Ion. 

18 pel. 
29 niai 
23 lol. 

27 Idl. 

20 ao5 
15 Sep. 
30 8ept 
13 Moo 

1 ZdieiriMk— Tb«re i* no day UMgned to thii !n 

n in the orighul miDnscript, n 



The Daughters of Oainnech, of Magh-lacha, 

The Daughter of Mhiongur, 

The Daughter of Cathhadh, of Airidh-foda^ 

The Daughter of Fachtna, of Eruaidh {Facundidt\ 

The Daughter of Senach (Senochide)^ . 

The Daughter of Mechar {Eucharide), . 

The Daughter of Enach, 

[whom, under the name of 0$mannay the Martyrologies appear to com 
memorate at this day.] 

. 24 Sept. 

. 25 Jun. 

2 Jul. 

3 Aug. 

. 11 Aug. 

6 Sept 

9 Sept 


Lahhras, archbishop of Ath-cliath {Laur€ntius\ 

Lachtain of Achadh-ur [successor of Molua], (Lactantius), 





Lappan son of Ciaran, 

Lappan, • . 

Lappan, of Cliiain-Aithghein, . 

Lassar, of Achadh-foda, 

[All down to Lasianos are Liuara."} 

Lassar, yirgin, of Gleann-Medhoin, 

Lassar, virgin, 

Lassar, virgin, 


Lassar, of Tioprat-Rois-rain, 

Lassar, of Cill-Archalgach, 

Lassar, of Cluain-mor, 

Lassar, daughter of Lochan, 

Lassar, Achadh-beithe, 

U Nov. 

19 Mar. 

26 Jnn. 

1 Aug. 

9 May. 

11 Feb. 

26 Mar. 

3 Nov. 

6 Jan. 

18 Feb. 

29 Mar. 

18 Apr. 

23 JdI. 

27 JuL 

20 Aug. 

15 Sept 

30 Sept 

13 Nov. 

18 there any saint of thi» name in the Martyrology. See Lachtain and Lachten. (R.) 

cltm na nKrRTxmloise. 

Laiyajv insen phioniitain, . 

. 23 TT 

tan"«li05''' .... 

. 7 m 

lyarri^Ti <'5''- .... 

. 11 m 


. 14 m 

Laif p ogti 6 Leinp "Oal Ct|iat*e (^Laiia). . 

. 22 la 

Laiffi 05(1 6 Chtuain iiiititi. 

. 19 CCi 

Ixiii-n "gh Ctuaiti Loimnain, 

9 lie 

t^nn^e ifi Tli'.oini liacc. 

. 25 Oc 

Laifixeti abb la {Laiar'mus), 

. 16 Sei 

txiin\eii fTleana, .... 

. 16 Sei 

(xfinwTi \vi\^ b|iu Loctm Lnoijli, 

. 25 Oa 

IxoTTfiian {Latarianw), 

. 26 Oci 

lurtiaiviiai]' CCchamli vejira. 

. li loT 

Larohseann mac bairli. 

. 13 Ian 

Lai Till seaiiD, .... 

. 20 ni< 

t<(n>li5eanTi, .... 

. 23 Oi-J 

Lanjlisenn 6 CCchtrt Raichin, 

. 28 tloi 

Latjhne mac ^witl'tam, 

. 12 Ian 

laoliun CCclia esiiif , 

1 Ian 

Oaobhan 6 Clnlt mo'ii Diqiuil), 

9 «u 

Lae5tiaiiie epfcob 6 Lotti Con, 

. 30 Se^ 

ixteshaiiie epi-cob Cluunti cpeiiur, . 

. 10 llo 

Leccan epf cob, .... 

. 27 av 

Lean 1 cCia goboil. 

. 5 luT 

Oionnon abb l^obonx. 

5 pel 

ttoDnan, ..... 

8 Oci 

tianaiTi [fetp motaiix Chiaiiaiii Saijpi acu)- cean 

Ikm abb 

naoiii 05 ©iienTi], 

. 11 ail 

tiban, ..... 

. 18 -Oe 

tibep abb tXchaitih bo, . 

8 m- 

ubep (.■ech Tiuma, .... 

. 30 m. 

tibe|v1np moipe, .... 
l/ibe|v niap.ciianaige, 

. 1 ffo 

2 tlo 

Liben Cluaiia fojia. 

. 11 m 

LioVifian, ..... 

8 m. 

tiobjtan abb la, . 

■ 11 m 

Lichghen Ctuana moip. 

. 16 lai 

LoaiMTO foccaiic 6 CCcha* moi\. 

. 30 ao 



Lassar daughter of Fionntan, . 

1 » 

» i 

. 23 Mar. 

Lassar, virgin, 

7 May. 

Lassar, virgin, 

11 May. 

Lassar, .... 

. 14 May. 

Laissi, virgin, of Leitir in Dal-Araidhe 


'» ' 

. 22 Jan. 

Laissi, virgin, of Clnain-minn, 

19 Apr. 

Laissi, virgin, of Cluain-Lomniain, 

9 Nov. 

Laisre, of Druim-liacc, 

25 Oct. 

Laisren, abbot of la {Lamrenus\ 

16 Sept. 

Laisren, of Min, 

. 16 Sept. 

Laisren, on the margin of Loch Laoigl 


. 25 Oct. 

Laisrian (Lazariwius), 

. 26 Oct 

Lathamais, of Achadh-ferta, . 

14 Jan. 

Laidhgcann son of Baith, 

. 12 Jan. 

Laidbgeann, .... 

. 20 May. 

Laidhgeann, .... 

. 23 Oct. 

Laidbgenn, of Achadb-raithin, 

. 28 Nov. 

Laigbne son of Garbban, 

. 12 Jan. 

Ijaobban, of Atb-eguis, 

1 Jan. 

Laobban, of Cill-uior-ditbruibh, 

9 Aug. 

Laegbaire, bishop, of Loch Con, 

. 30 Sept. 

Laegbaire, bishop of Claain-cremha, 

. 10 Nov. 

Leccan, bishop, 

. 27 Apr. 

Lean, in Cill-gobbail, • 

5 Jun. 

Liadnan, abbot of Fobhar, 

5 Feb. 

Liadnan, .... 

8 Oct 

Liadain, [widow, mother of Ciaran of Saigbir, and 

the first 

abbess among the virgin saints of Ireland,] 

. 11 Aug. 

Liban, ..•.•• 

. 18 Dec. 

Liber, abbot of Achadh-bo^ 


8 Mar. 

Liber, of Letb-dumba, 

1 < 

. 30 Mar. 

Liber, of Inis-mor, 


1 Aug. 

Liber the martyred, . 

1 I 

2 Nov. 

Libren, of Oluain-fodba, 


11 Mar. 

Liobbran, . . • • 

1 • 

8 Mar. 

Liobran, abbot of la, 


11 Mar. 

Litbghen, of Cluain-mor, 

> < 

16 Jan. 

Loarnd, priest, of Achadh-mor, 


30 Aug. 



cicm Mcc nicmrccRloise. 

11 8epr. 

2 Ian. 

31 X)ec. 

12 1cm. 

20 1cm. 

17 CCp|\. 

12 Inn. 
1 Oct, 
4 peb. 
7 peb. 

Loa^mT) epfcob, ..... 

[toa|in ep|xx)b o liifiec Mechcain cap. 12 mcae 8. Pcrc:p,icii ex 
co-oice CCLneiip.] 

Lochaix: abb ITluiglie bile, 

Lochan 6 Chill na mcmach, 


Loichen .i. TTlola^a, 

Loichen Cunga, 


Loighreach, . 

Loinnion Loca ^ile, 

Loniman Locha htiaift, 

[ipn nii-Di lanli le m. Papannain. CCca a Iktcoll og Uocetx 
mac ODuaiiiT) i bpofic Lommain. CCp bpa Loia hUonl oca 
cempoll Lommain, paTtTW)ifT)i la yxxoitie. CCca "oa abuinn 
ag cecc af, acuy* gan en abainn caige.] 

Lomnian epfcob, •oefciptil paqiaicc, 

Lommchu 6 Chill Lonicon, 

Lonan pionT), 



Lonan CCfiDa C^xuinT), 

Lonan mac Laiffte, . 

[Non habetur hie eo die.] 

Lonan Cluana 'Cibfiinne, 

Lonan 6 'Ch]\e\:6\v, . 

Lonan ChiUe UaiUeach, 

Lon 6 Chill 5obhfia, 

Lon5a]xaT)h, . 


Luachaifi ChiUe Gl^fiaige, 

LtiaichjienT) ( Virgo axU Vidua), 

Ltiaidi^xenT) ogh 6 Chill Ltiaitjienx), 

Ltican Tkinihnai^he, 

Lucan facca|xc, 

^ Ahtenris, — This is Vita Quarta in Colgan 
in cap. 87, not in cap. 12, and the place is called Inrechan. Tritu Tlkaum^ p. 89. (T.) 

> Port Lommain. — Now Portlomon, on the western shore of Lough Uail, now Loogh 
Owel or rioyle, county of Wcstmeatli. (T.) 

24 Occ. 

1 Hois. 
12 Uon. 
24 Itin. 

3 8epr. 
16 CCa^. 
23 -Dec. 

1 TTIai. 

8 Ian. 
23 Ion. 
27 Ion. 

A collection ; but the mention of Loarn occon 

















2 Jan. 

. 31 Dec. 

. 12 Jan. 

. 20 Jan. 

. 17 Apr. 

. 12 Jun. 

1 Oct. 

4 Feb. 

7 Feb. 

(crozier) is 

in the 

?_- a 

Loarn, bishop, ..... 

[Loarn, bishop, of Inrec Nechtain, cap. 12 of Life of S. Patrick from 
tlie Co<lex AhieiiiiLs.^] 

Lochait, abbot of Magh-bile, 

Locban, of Cill-na-nianach, 

Loichen, .... 

Loicben, i.e. Molaga, . 

Loicben, of Cong, 

Loicbon, .... 

Loigbteacb, .... 

Lomman, of Locb-gill, . 

Lomman^ of Locli-buair, 

[in Mcath, near Multi-Faraiinain. His bachall 
possession of Walter Mac Edward [? Fitzward], in Port Lommain.^ 
Tempall Loinmain is on the brink of Loch Uail. The parish has 
a holiday. There are two rivers flowing out, and no river t^omg 
in to the lake,'] 

Lomman, bishop, disciple of Patrick, . 

Lommchn, of Cill-Lomchon, 

Lonan Fionn, .... 

Lonan, .... 

Lonan, .... 

Lonan, of Ard-Cruinn, 

Lonan son of Laisre, . 

[He is not mentioned here at this day.*] 
Lonan, of OIuain-Tibrinne, 
Lonan, of Tref6id, 
Lonan, of Oill-Uailleach, 
Lon, of Cill-gobbra, 

Longaradb, .... 
Loan, ..... 
Loacbair, of Cill-Elgraighe, 
Luaitbrenn (virgin, or widow), 
Luaitbrenn, virgin, of Cill-Luaitbrenn, 
Lucan, of Tambnacb, . 
Lucan, priest^ .... 

11 Sept. 

. 11 Oct 

9 Jan. 

. 22 Jan. 

7 Feb. 

6 Jan. 

. 11 Jul. 

. 20 Aug. 

. 24 Oct 

1 Nor. 

. 12 Nov. 

. 24 Jun. 

3 Sept 

. 16 Aug. 

23 Dec. 

1 May. 

8 Jun. 

23 Jan. 

27 Jan. 

' At this day. — But he is mentioned at Aug. 2, S4) that Aug. 20 is prol>ably a mistake 
of tran.«cription. (T.) 

2 F 2 


cLccR t^cc mccRrccRloise. 


Luccm CCnmai^he, 

Lticra CTrlm ve^itia, . 

uucchaiT)!! Chuile |\tifccach, 

LiJcchaiT)b facca^ir, . 

uucchaiT)h Clnlle cuile, 

LughaiT)!! 6 Chiain Lao^h, 

uu5haiT)h mac Oi^ic, 

LughaiT) mac Lu^hach, 

Lu^haif) Cliiana pobai|\, 

Lti^haiDh epfcob CCifirhifi achaiuh, 

Lti^hafDh epfcob 6 Chuil OeTiTichtii|\, 

uu^haiT) mac CCengafa 6 "Ofiuim InefclaiTiTi 

LuT^i'Don mac "Oecclam epfcob, 

utigh, .... 

uughan faccafic, 

Cu^hacDb mac Ochach, 

LugliaeDh mac CCen^afa 6 1^511 Luca, 

Ltighaifi lobafi, 

Cugna facca^xr 6 ChiU-uaftfna, 

Lti^bna Ceqiach, 

Lu§na DeocliaiTi, 

Lui^tibe, .... 

Lui^hbe, .... 

Luighbe "Op-omma bo, 

Lmshci^heiiTi mac Ua T!4taco, 

Ltiighfeach o^h 6 "Ofttiim Da •oafic, 

Luicheall mac Cia^xam, 

Ltiicheatl, .... 

LtiicfiiT)h 6 Chill Ltiiq[iiT)h, abb Cltiana mic 

uti|\ach mac Cuanach, 

Laftcm mac Conain, 

Ctifian epfcob 6 "Ooifie Ltifiain, 

Ltiic o^h 6 *Oftuim Daifibyiech, 

Luic ogh 6 'Chigh Lura, 


13 atij. 

22 Sepc. 

11 Veb. 

12 peb. 
2 mop. 
9 maul. 

24 map. 
17 CCpti. 

1 lul. 
6 CCas. 

30 Sepz. 
6 Oct. 

2 tloa. 
6 Ian. 

16 Itin. 

21 ItiL 

31 Ion. 
12 mat. 
11 TTlai. 

20 Ian. 

25 app. 
31 -Dec. 
U Ion. 

22 lul. 
24 lul. 

28 ap|\. 
22 mat. 

21 mop. 
10 3epc. 

29 CCpp. 

17 peb. 
2 lufi. 

29 Occ. 

30 ap|i. 
27 lul. 

1 22 SepL— So it \b written in the original, but incorrectly. It should be 22 Apr, at 




Lucan, of Anmhagh, . 

Lucta, of Ath-ferna, 

Lughaidh, of Oill-rusgach, 

Lughaidh, priest, 

Lughaidh, of Cill-cuile, 

Lughaidh, of Cluain-laogh, 

Lughaidh son of Ere, . 

Lughaidh son of Lughaidh, 

Lughaidh, of Cluain-fobhair, 

Lughaidh, bishop of Airthir-achaidh, 

Lughaidh, bishop, of Cuil-bennchuir, 

Lughaidh son of Aengus, of Druim-Inesclainn, 

Lugidon son of Decclan, bishop, 

Lugh, ..... 

Lughan, priest, 

Lughaedh son of Eochaidh, 

Lughaedh son of Aengus, of Tech-Luta, 

Lughair the Leper, 

Lughna, priest, of Cill-tarsna, . 

Lughna, of Lotir, 

Lughna, the Deacon, . 

Luighbe, .... 

Luighbe, .... 

Luighbe, of Druim-bo, 

Luightighern son of Ua Trato, 

Luighsoach, virgin, of Druim-da-dhart, 

Luicheall son of Ciaran, 

Luicheall, .... 

Luicridh, of Cill-Luicridh^ abbot of Cluain-mic-Nois, 

Lurach son of Cuana, . 

Luran son of Conan, . 

Luran, bishop, of Doire-Lurain, 

Luit, virgin, of Druim-dairbrech, 

Luit, virgin, of Tech-Luta, 

13 Aug. 
22 Sept* 

11 Feb. 

12 Feb. 
2 Mar. 
9 Mar. 

24 Mar. 
17 Apr, 

1 Jul. 
6 Aug. 

30 Sept 
6 Oct 

2 Nov. 
6 Jan, 

16 Jun. 

21 Jul. 

31 Jan. 
12 May. 
11 May. 

20 Jan, 

25 Apr, 
31 Dec. 

14 Jan, 

22 Jul. 
24 JuU 

28 Apr. 
22 May. 

21 Mar. 
10 Sept 

29 Apr. 

17 Feb. 
2 Jun. 

29 Oct 

30 Apr, 
27 JuL 

which day Saighnel and Lucan of Ahmhagb are commemorated. See p. 108 supra. (R.} 


clocn ticc Tiiocu'ccniloiBe. 


TTlaccoicce itiac Ochach, 

lHaccoi^e In'oei'DiTieTi, 

TTlaccoi^e abb Oiff inoi|\, 

TTlachabevif abb, 

Tflaccaille epfcop, . 

[TTlaccaiftnTiTi epfcop, ui-oe CCo'6 15 CCu^Ufri.] 

TTlaccai|ile, ..... 

TTlac tlifi abb Cluana mic tloif, 

[TTlac 11 ep eap|xx)b ConT>e|\e aliay* CCengay* acxiy Caothan 
bp^acc obiic 614, 3 Sepceinbp.i'p a f>eit, uiT>e pipfia."] 

TTlacqxi'Dhe .i. CCen^haf, 

TTlac CuiliTiTi epfcob, 

TTlac Oia5 epfcob Oiarh'D|xointt, 

TTlac Oia^ 6 T)oi|xe, 

TTlac Lio^ 6 Chill ni6i|i Diqxuib, 

TTlac Oaiffte obb Oennchvii|i, 

TTlac Oaifjxe epfcob acuf abb CCjiDa TTlacha, 

TTlac Cairhbe "Ooihtiai^h inutji, 

TTlac l/ubnain liai^b, 


[Epificopus, seil colitur sequenti die 15 Novcmb.] 

TTlac C^ific epfcob Chille CCchai'oh, 

[Fridianus in Italia. Per m*. et per Usuarduin S. Aug. Canon Keg 
»\c amneagnominatus.] 

TTlac X^ail Chille cvhIitid epfcob, 

TTlannati (JCifiiuDh hui^xT), . 

TTlanchan t^T:h, 

TTlanchan mac ^ailbe, 

TTlayiram epfcob 6 Inif aighnech, 

TTlarocc elichip, {.\fath<eu8), 

TTlaighneann abb Chille TTlai^hneunn (Mayneamhis), 

TTlaii5hiTi, ...... 

J Sui-named. — This note i« vcrj- obscure, and is here translated on the 
"m*." means " Martyrologia," and that "amneagnominatus" is for "anne 

5 l€m. 
23 CCpti. 

31 mafi. 

^5 apfx. 

27 Won. 
13 Inn. 

11 ans. 

6 8epr. 

8 peb. 

7 CCpjx. 

9 CCu^. 
16 TTlai. 

12 8epc. 
20 THqi. 
22 THoTV. 
U tloii. 

18 tloti. 

11 ItlTI. 

23 peb. 

24 Ian. 

24 TTloTV. 
1 Won. 

25 CCpi^. 
18 -Oec. 
21 CCtis. 

supposition that 

But it doi'H nut appear that Fridianus, or Finnian, of Lucca, whos^e translation is Nov. \f^. 




Maccoige son of Eocbaidb, 

Maccoige, of iDdeidhDen, 

Maccoige, abbot of Lis-mor, 

Macbabens, abbot, 

Maccaille, bisbop, 

[Maccairtinn, bisbop, see Aodb, 15 August.] 

Maccairle, ...... 

Mac Nisi, abbot of Cluaiu-mic-Nois, . 

[Mac Xesi, bUhop of Condere, otherwise Aenghas and Caomhan Breacc, 
died in 614 ; his festival is Sept. 3 : see above.] 
Maccridhe, i.e. Aengbas, 
Mac Cuilinn, bisbop, . 
Mac Liag, bisbop of Liatbdruim, 
Mac Liag, of Doire, 
Mac Liag, of Cill-uioivditbruibb, 
Mac Laisre, abbot of Beuncbar, 
Mac Laisre, bisbop and abbot of Ard-Maoba, 
Mac Laithbe, of Dombnacb-mor, 
Mac Lubnain, physician, 
Macbnd, .... 

[Bishop, but he is venerated on the following day, 15 Nov.] 
Mac Eire, bisbop of Cill-acbaidb, 

[Fridianus iu Italy ; by the Martyrologies, and by Usuardus called a 
canon regular of St. Augustine. Is he so sumamed ?*] 

Mac Tail, of Oill-cuilinn, bisbop, 

Mannan, of Airiudb-buird, 

Mancban, of Letb, 

Mancban son of Failbbe, 

Martain, bisbop, of Inis-aigbnecb, 

Matog, pilgrim {Mathceus), 

Maigbneann, abbot of Cill Maigbneann {M(Ufneandm\ 

Maigbin, ..... 

5 Jan. 

23 Apr. 

3 Dec. 

31 Mar. 

25 Apr. 

27 Nov. 

13 Jun. 

11 Aug.. 

6 Sept 

8 Feb. 

7 Apr. 

9 Aug. 

16 May. 

12 Sept 

20 May. 

22 Mar. 

14 Nov. 

18 Nov. 

11 Jun. 

. 23 Feb. 

. 24 Jan. 

. 24 Mar. 

1 Nov. 

. 25 Apr. 

. 18 Dec. 

. 21 Aug» 

was Mju" Kin*, «»r s(»n of Hrr 
tioiicd by I'>uardus. (T.) 

Se«" Colj^an 18 March, Acl SS, p. ♦>33: neither is \\c mrn- 

+40 ctcrn ticc niccttcccRloise. 

tTlatiicliine "Oifeific, 

[6 "Dipixc mtc Coilmn a taoipf taigen.] 
■niamchin mac Cotlam, 
ITlamchein TTIaochla, 
Tllainchein, . 
fTlaiTichein, . 
TTIaitichein lobhaji, . 
maincheiti abb Ciffnoip, 
ITJaincliem .1. coicctTlocca, 
TTlaiTichein, . 
TTlainchein, . 

TTIoiiie ii)ac eoshain, 
TTlaim osh iSpedu), 
maotocc pejina ep|-cob, 
TTIaoDbocc Cluana heai^Tiach, 
TTlaoiDhocc Cluana mfiifi, 
TPaoTiocc mac TTluiVffiin, 
TTlaotiocc epTCob Lifinoin, 
THo tllaotocc, 
nrio nriuo'Dhocc epfcob pe«a 
TTlaoiaii TTlona miolain, 
ITIaolaJi ttLliLii-oti ^oi'ipn, 
nriaoUm o Shnamh Lnchaiii, 
ITlaolan mac mechaiji, 
lHaolan epfcob, 
TTlaolaiiiMi'oh abb ■Oaiixiiip; 
madaichjein eprcob ITlaishe biLe (,Afa2ac!ienui' 
TTlaolbviigTie mac "Ooitnam coma|iba 

Col 111 


flliiol 1111101511 6 Rufcaigh, 


TTlaolceccaiix mac Ronain {Afalhyariiu 

IllaolTieiTi Oif motn. 

. 13 ton. 

. 14 peb. 
. 23 TnoT*- 

1 TTlof. 

. 21 Oct. 

. 12 Hon. 

. 2 -Oec. 

. 4 -Dec. 

. 29 -Dec. 

. 2 Sepc. 
. 21 Hou. 

. 21 CCu5. 
. 31 tan. 

. 18 iriarv. 
. 11 apTV. 
. 17 T>ec. 

. 29 -Dec. 

. 23 Tnap,. 
. 18 TTlai. 

. 7 peb. 
. 22 peb. 
. 17 mat. 

. 14 -Dec. 

. 25 -Oec. 

. 31 Ion. 


. 9 Sepc 
6 lun. 

. 21 Oct. 


c acuf 

. 22 peb. 
. 18 Sepc. 
. 24 -Oec. 

. 14 mai. 

. 21 tria.. 

.t'len. The Iriih word jVoum, 



lis uf Leinster.] 

Mainchine, of Disert, . 

[of Disert-inic-Cuilinn in Laoigli 
MaiDcbin son of Collan, 
Maincbein, of Maotbail, 

MaincbeiD, . , 

MainchciD, Leper, 
MaincbeiD, abbot of Lis-mor, 
Maincbcin, i.e. cook of Mocbta, 

Maine son of Eogban, . 
Maisse, virgin (Speci/'s),^ 
Maodbog, of Ferna, bisbop, 
Maodbog, of Cluain-beascracb, 
Maodbog, of Cluain-mor, 
Maodbog son of Mnrsan, 
Maodbog, bisbop of Lis-mor, 
Mo-Maodbog, . 

Mo- Maodbog, bisbop of Fidb-duin, 
Maolan, of Moin-Miolaiu, 
Maolan, of Acbadb-gobbra^ 
Maolan, of Snamb-lutliair, 
Maolan son of Mecbar, 
Maolan, bisbop, 

Maolanfaidb, abbot of Dairinis, 
Maolaitbgbein, bisbop of Magb-bile {Malach^mis), 
Maolaitbgein, .... 

Maolaitbgcin, .... 

Maolbrigbde son of Dornan, successor of Patrick and Oolum- 

cille, .... 

Maol-Canaigb, of Ruscacb, 
Maolcaitbir, .... 
Maolcettair son of Ronan {Mallegarim)^ 
Maoldeid, of Lismore, 

2 Jan. 

13 Jan. 

U Feb. 

23 Mar. 

1 May. 

21 Oct. 

12 Nov. 

2 Dec 

4 Dec. 

29 Dec 

2 Sept. 

24 Nov. 

21 Aug. 

31 Jan. 

18 Mar. 

11 Apr. 

17 Dec 

29 Dec. 

23 Mat. 

18 May. 

7 Feb. 

22 Feb. 

17 May. 

14 Dec 

25 Dec 

31 Jan. 

9 Sept 

6 Jan. 

21 Oct 

22 Feb- 

18 Sept 

24 Dec 

14 May. 

21 May. 

signifies beauty. S. SpecioM occun in the Martyrology of MolHnufl At I A March. (R.) 

clccR M(t mcmwcRLoise. 

[ITlaolcoba ttefieoch.} 

[Coljtac -1. botroni, coB .t. buoiTi, " 
Cnail^ne," .1- ■oa BuaimB.] 

THaolTCirh ttiac "Oiioigin, . 

13 Mob. 

TTliaolTiijlkqirKii epfcob Chille TXijia, 

19 peb. 

ITlaolT)6iT) TTlucnariia, .... 

13 mai. 

niaol7>6iT> nmc "OeiiB tmiikt. 

29 lun. 

nflaolTJuB mac beiT,]vatii, .... 

6 map. 

TTlaolDub beacc abb pobmii, 

2 Oct. 

TTlaotTHib, ...... 

SO Oct. 

TTlaol-Dub Cluuna Cunaiiie. 

18 -Dec. 

tnaot7>uB. ...... 

23 -Oec. 

inaoti>uin, ...... 

10 lun. 

fnaolcoiigaiT, ..... 

12 TTlnp. 

ITlaolcoii-ne, ..... 

8 Sepr. 

IllaottoijTie, ..... 

15 Oct. 

ITlaotcoifne 6 Rof Ojioiroutli, 

28 -Dec. 

maol eana-jh 

4 Ian. 

fndoteoiti epiHutiacui'anscoiiii. . 

20 Oct. 

inaotl?ititieinabb1np pariiaicc, . 

6 peb. 

rflao(.pr:li]M5h, ..... 

8 Oct. 

TTIaolinaotocc .1. matachiai' Ua ino)i5ai]\ eoihai\bo 

poqiaicc, ..... 

3 ))ou. 

niuotTiiui)\e Ua ^ofVTnain abb uughinaigh. . 

3 I Hi. 

TTlaolniUnie, ..... 

24 -Oec. 

tTlaotoftiiain, ..... 

10 Ion. 

lTlaoto*iiaiii SUinie, .... 

31 mai. 

Illaot OTibjiaiii 

11 Hou. 

lllaot Onbfuiin 6 Chuaitn mUin, 

2 -Oec. 

1Tlaolonlia)i i3 bhtii mote, .... 

16 Int. 

niaoloDhajv, ..... 

25 Oec. 


20 app. 

maoLitaam "Oiioinina iiatche. 

6 nia,i. 

Itlaotiiuiiiti epfcob XkanUtiza. 

7 lul. 

21 CCpp. 

r.....!.!.™ ^allr.1 

hi; nil 

w octut in the 


[Uaolcoblui, Cleric] 

[Cobhthach, i-e. ■vittorious,' from coB. Le. pow«; J. "Of ihe po*.™ 

[w. eotitnie, i-e. tra Buuto.B] o( th« DoDn [w brown boJl] of 


MaoUleUh eon of Droighen 13 Nov. 

Maoldobliarchon, biahop of CUl-data, 

19 Feb. 


13 May. 

MaoUoid Kin of Derbb-dnr., . 

89 J«». 

Maoldubh son of Berran, 

6 Mar. 

M«,ldiibli Bog, abbot of FobbK, 

2 Oct. 

Maoldubb, . 

30 Oct. 

Hiioldiibh,ofCIii>m-CoDa;te, . 

16 Dec 

Haoldubfa, . 

23 Deo. 


10 Jon. 

12 Har. 

Maolcoisne, , 

8 Sept. 

15 Oct. 

MaolcoiBne, of Ros-Btandmbb, 

28 Deo. 


4 Jaa. 

Maoleoiti bishop aad aDchorito, 

20 Oct. 

Maolfinnein, abbot of Inia-Patraioc, 

6 Feb. 

Maollitbrigb, . 

8 Get. 

Maolmuire Ua Gorniain, abbot of Lughmagli, . . .3 Job 

Maolmuire, .... 

24 Dec. 


10 Jan. 

31 Ma;. 


11 Nov. 


2 Dec. 

Maolodhar, ofBri-moll, 

16 Jul. 

Maolodbar, . 

2S Oct 

Maoloctraigb, . 

20 Apr. 

Maolruain, of Druim-raitbe, . 

6 Mar. 

Maolmain, bishop of Tamlacht, 

7 Jul. 

Maolrubha, abbot of Bonncbar, 

21 Apr. 

•I Uanl<'i>hha ia Ihin inilcK. 


clccH Ncc mcaizwfiLo^'se. 

ITlaolruile [ab he acuf ni e-oa^x nac eafpoc]. 

29 mot. 

[CCca Cill TTlaelctiile, cempalt patvyioii^i i n'Oifefic Til foe 
T)iaec TTIeDenp-p. T)o ni a bacall pefica a|v aoy* ©1^15 fiia 
pccgUail an cetnpaitt ainac. CCca a tobap. acti|* an cLog 
buiT)!, acu-p a bacall^ acuy* a -oeatb ann x^. iCfe an c6t> 
niaotctiilip be.] 

TTlaolruite mac tlocbaifte, . 

TTlaolrtiile mac 'Cbian, 

TTlaolrolai^b 6 'D^imm niaT), 

TTlaoiliofa Ua Oixolchain, . 

TTlaonacan CCrba liacc, 

TTlaonacb abb Lainne lei|ie, 


TTlaoineann epfcob Cliiana ^|ira 0]\etiainn, 

niaoiTieann epfcob Cluana Conai]ae, 

TTla^xrati, .... 

1Tle'Dh|iaTi, .... 

[T)e|ibixataiTi O-otiain in uica 5. Ciafian Saijfit.] 
nie'Db (X]vo acbaiT)b, 
TTleallan 6 Chttl |ioif, 
TTleaUan 6 Locha hoifibfen, 
nieallaii 6 'Cbanilacbca, 
TTleallan faccaiir, . 
TTleaMai Cluana hi, 

[Xon hahetur eo die] 

TTlel epfcob C€]\'DachaiT)b, . 

TTlea]\nocc, . 

TTleTxan o^h 6 X^huaim orb a, 


TTlerbel caol 05b o "Obifeftx: TTleitle, 

TTIeic CCilella "O^iomma baiftji, 

TTleic lleihnaill, 

TTleic r^ojimain, 

nieic ^ei^-cfi'i* 

1 Perjurers ; i.e. those who swear falsely on the baculua. They 
by some bodily infliction as a punishment of their crime, before 
after swearinj; by the baculns. (T.) 

« 6 June. — In the margin of the MS., (»ppo8ite this, is written, 8 
' Sth of June Aonghus says.* See above at 8th of June. (R.) 

30 lot. 
23 Oct- 
13 8epc. 

16 Ian. 
7 peb. 

17 Oct. 
26 peb. 

1 TTlaTi. 
16 -8epr. 
1 Hon. 

6 Inn. 

22 11 on. 
28 Ian. 

7 peb. 
26 Occ. 

6 "Dec. 
19 moTX. 

6 peb. 
23 -Dec. 

7 mafi. 
23 CCptx- 
12 Hon. 
16 Ian. 
19 peb. 
10 TTlaTi. 

1 CCpji. 

are immediately visited 
they leave the church, 

lun. -Dop^iix CCongftii*, 



Maoltnile [he wa:3 an abbot, and I know not whether he was 
not a bishop], 

[There is a Cill-MaoltuUe, a parish charch in Disert-Midho, in the 
diocesf^ of Meath. His baculns [or pastoral staff] works miracles on 
perjurers^ before they go out of the church. His well, and his 
yellow bell, and his baculus and his statue, are there ^till. This is 
the first MaoUuile.] 

Maoltuilo son of Nocbar, 

MaoUuile son of Tian, 

Maoltolaigh, of Druim-niad, 

Maolio^a Ua Brolchain, 

Maonacan, of Ath-liacc, 

Maonacb, abbot of Lann-leire, 


Maoineann, bishop of Cluain-ferta-Brenainn, 

Maoincann, bishop of Clnain-Conaire, . 



[brother of Odhran according to 
Medhb, of Ard-achaidh, 
Meallan, of Cill-rois, . 
Meallan, of Loch-hOirbsen, 
Meallan, of Tamhlacht, 
Meallan, priest, 
Meallai, of Cluain-hi, . 

[He is not noticed at this day.*] 
Mael, bishop of Ardachaidb, 

Mettan, virgin, of Taaim-atha, 
Methcbeam, .... 
Mcthel Chaol (the Slender), of Disert-Meithle, 
The Sons* of Ailill, of Druim-bairr, 
The Sons of Nerahnall, 
The Sons of Torman, . 
The Sons of Geran, 

the Life of S. Ciarau of Saighir.] 

29 May. 

30 Jul. 
23 Oct. 
13 Sept. 

16 Jan. 
7 Feb. 

17 Oct. 
26 Fob. 

1 Mar. 

16 Sept 

1 Nov. 

6 Jun.* 

22 Nov. 
28 Jan. 

7 Feb. 
26 Oct. 

6 Dec. 
19 Mar. 

6 Feb. 

23 Dec. 

7 Mar. 
23 Apr. 
12 Nov. 
16 Jan. 
19 Feb. 
10 Mar. 

1 Apr. 

* At this day. — There is sonic mistake here, for we find Mellai of Cluain-hi, at 19 March, 
tupra^ p. 81, and also at the same day in the Mart, of Tallaght. (T.) 

^ The Sons. — The alphabetical order cannot be preser\'cd in the translation in these 
twenty-one cases where the first word is the plural of mac, * the Son.' (R.) 

ctocR «a mccRrcfHloise. 

llkic Ceiichaiii Loeha mac ti^n, 

. 13 CCwi 

TTleic ■0)\oi5liiti 6 CtiiU )w. 

. 15 ap,t 

TTleic e<ntca 6 "Oliaiimaijli, 

. 19 apii. 

nieic baorain. 

, 24 ttpii. 

nieic CaolboDh. . 

24 ttpp. 

nieic lIuTtumge, 

, 17 TTlfli. 

ITleic echacti. 

. 22 Ttlai. 

TTleic tiecrain "Oiwiiia biiim. 

. 17 lun. 

TTleic eaucaiti 6 bh)iuisli luujh. 

. 15 lot. 

nieie "Oaighjie, 

. 22 aoj. 

tTleic Caitneitie, 

1 ^IJC. 

Tlleic Txilaificc, 

8 Sepr. 

Tdetc Txiitg, 

. 15 8epr. 

flleic ejinin 6 Intf mac ne]inin, 

. 22 Sepc. 

TTleic Caotain o inhuco|ic mon. 

. 16 TloM. 

TPeic Corhbanh 6 Imlech, . 

. 18 -Oec. 

TTleic Tt«nT), 


TTlianach liroeitiineii (Wmifertwd), 

. 23CCpo. 

TTIianach mac faiU>e, 

. 18 lot. 

TTliatiacli, . 

. 11 (Cng. 

TTlictien 6 CtiiU TDicheii, . 

. ascctis. 

TTlioca aiixnaite, . 

. 1 CCas- 

TPiOTiu mac paccna. 

. 17 peb. 

TTliorm mac ITloit, . 

. 16 8epr. 

TTlicr6abhaiiilii iiRtnn T>rioichir, 

. 22 feh. 


. 10 app. 

TTlnrolishuf tl^histie T^aiU.cen, 

. 18 TTlm. 

TTlioAnac, . 

4 atiE. 

TTlnrtinor 6 Chia liuchaine, 

. 18 Tlou. 

TTliotaTi TDona TTIiotain, . 

. 16 ttpp. 

TTlo aba mac enaiti. 

. 27 Occ. 

TTtobi caiU«acb "Ooihtiaij biioc. 

. 30 8epc. 

TTIobi cUiirteineact) .i. Oep,chan, 

. 12 Oct. 

TTlo bnof Clinrtid jxinnabaifi. 

- 13 -Oec. 

TTlobecficc, . 

- 28 Oct. 

TTlobec6cc, . 

■ 14 llou. 

TTlobec6cc reixmann abb, . 

■ 24 lul. 

1 in Sepl.—U in written 9i> in the oipy, ba 

it i» a n 

i'takv fur 

lU Sm-.mbe>-. (RO 



The Sons of Terchar, of Loch-niac-N^n, 

. 13 Apr. 

The Sons of Droighen, of Cill-ro, 

. 15 Apr. 

The Sons of Earc, of Dermacb, 

. 19 Apr. 

The Sons of Baotan, . . . . . 

. 24 Apr. 

The Sons of Caolbadh, . . . . 

. 24 Apr. 

The Sons of Uaslaing, . . . . 

. 17 May. 

The Sons of Eochaidh, 

. 22 May. 

The Sons of Nechtan, of Draim-bricci, 

17 Jun. 

The Sons of Earcan, of Bruigh-laogb, . 

. 15 Jul. 

The Sons of Daighre, . . . . . 

. 22 Aug. 

The Sons of Caimin, . . . . . 

1 Sept. 

The Sons of Talarc, . . . . . 

8 Sept. 

The Sons of Tadhg, . . . . . 

. 15 Sept 

The Sons of Ernin, of Inis-mac-nErnin, 

. 22 Sept 

The Sons of Caolan, of Mucart-mor, . 

. 16 Nov. 

The Sons of Cathbadh, of Imlech, 

. 18 Dec 

The Sons of Renn, . . . . . 

3 Dec. 

Mianach, of Indedhinen (Desideritis), . 

. 23 Apr. 

Mianach son of Failbhe, . . . . 

. 18 Jul. 

Mianach, ...... 

11 Aug. 

Michen, of Cill-Michen, . . . . 

. 25 Aug. 

Mioca, of Arnaidhe, . . . . . 

1 Aug. 

Miodhn son of Fachtna, . . . , 

. 17 Feb. 

Miodu son of Mael, . . . . • 

. 16 Sept* 

Miodhabhair, in Binn-droichit, 

. 22 Feb. 

Miodhghns, ...... 

. 10 Apr. 

Miodhghus, of Tech-Taillien, . . . . 

. 18 May. 

Miodhnat, ..... 

4 Aug. 

Miodhnat, of Gill Liachaine, 

. 18 Nov. 

Miolan, of Moin-Miolain, 

. 16 Apr. 

Mo-aba son of Enan, .... 

. 27 Oct. 

Mobi, nun, of Domhnach-broc, 

. 30 Sept 

Mobi Olaireineach, i.e. Berchan, 

. 12 Oct 

Mo-baoi, of Glnain-£Etnnabhair, 

. 13 Dea 

Mobecog, ..... 

. 28 Oct 

Mobecog, . • . . . 

. 14 Nov. 

Mobecog,^ of Termon, abbot, . 

. 24 Jul. 

* Mohecog. — In the margin opposite this name is the mark .n. that is nota. (R.) 

clem Mcc tiumcaulotse. 

nioTjecce In T^jielic, .... 

. 39 ntai. 


. 18 tun. 

TTlochuu, ..... 

. 25 Ion. 

Tllochua Cluuna XKilirha, 

3 niqi. 


8 TTlap. 

ITIochua CCipiTTiai, .... 

. 19 niaii. 

TTlocIiua Oliatta abb. 

. 30 TTloii. 

ITlodiua, ..... 

3 lun. 

Illoclma Cicheach, .... 

4 tun. 

tllochua .1. C\\oca-n, 

3 CCns- 

lllocliua Ctuaim Tjolcain .1. C)U)nan, 

6 ffns- 

TTlochua Cluana qiaint), . 

. 21 II0U. 

tllochua 6 CliaiW. in]i <Cilc1ie. 

. 21 ■Dec. 

TTlochua, . . . . ■ 

. 22 -Oec. 

TTlochua nmc CCenjofa, 

. 23 -Dec. 

TTlochua 6 Chifth tllochua, . 

. 24 -Dec. 

niochua-OccUutiarhain, . 

. 21 Occ. 

. 13 app. 

. 13 TTlap. 

rriocaoiiiocc CCiLirhiTi, 

3 llau. 

. 23 lun. 

Tnoc)iai«beo (J/.(fAuia«s), . 

. 11 Occ. 

TTlocheailoccoChulaish ualann. . 

. 23 Ion. 

Hlocheatlocc. .... 

1 peb. 

lTlocheaU«cc, .... 

7 TTlap. 

niochealtocc, .... 

. 23-Oec. 

mochenna ogh (Kefftta, vi.le Capgravium), . 

. 25 tail. 

. 23 map. 

TTlocholta mjen 'Oioma. 

. 26 trial. 

ITlocholmocc 6 ■0]iiiim tnoji epfcob. 

7 Inn. 

TTlochutU* Iti-oju^piaru. 

. 12 lun. 

[Uiwi aicam os conice Colonienp pulchiwm ftrcif .] 

moclaoine epfcob, .... 

. 15 rion. 

TTlochonnalnp poq^aicc, . 

. 13 Ian. 

rnochonna epfcob UmhchoiU.. 

■ 13 Ian. 

UDochonna eiinarohe. 

■ 25 Ion. 

TTlochoiina "Doitie, .... 

8 Tnan 

TTlochotina mac eijic. 

8 man 


Mobecce, in Trelic, 



Mocliuu, of Cluain-dobhtha, . 


Murhiin, of Airisnai, . 

Jlocbun, of Bulla, abbot, 


Jlocliua Cicbcocli, 

Morham i.e. Crocan, , 

Motliua, of Cluatu-ilolcain, i.e. Cronan, 

Uuehua, of Cluuin-cruinii, 

Muoliiiu, of Cliaill-iiisi-Ailche, 

Moc'Iiuii son of Aenglias, 
Moctiiia, of Ti^ch-Morliiia, 
Mocliuo-og Ua Llatliiiin, 
Mocliaouilio^, of luis-caoiD, 
Mm-liaombojr, abbot of Letli-mor, 
Moi-liaoinbo^', {•Jli;r]m, 
Moclmoi, of nADtiilniiin, abbot, 
Slotbai.llibco {.V<!ci,.,l.f ;«), . 
Moohcall<jg, of Tula<;l-ualaQD, 

SlfK-ll«lll..g, . 

Moclicalloi,', . 


31oclicnna, virgin [Kei/ixi, see Capgravi 

M'>c1iolla, vii'^'in, 

Mocliolla (laughter of Diomo, , 

Mocholniog, of Bruim-mor, biabop, 

MocLuillc, of IiuiriMnat, 

j;S4« lUc Lire fiiiri}- (.viirieil fmrn the Col 

Moclaoinc, bittboji, 
Moi'bonna, of Inis-Patraicc, . 
Moclionna, bialiop of Lemhcboill, 
Mochonna, of Ernaidbo, 
Mocboona, of Bairc, . 
Mocbonna son of Ere, . 

29 May. 

25 Jan. 

3 Mur. 

8 Har. 

19 Mar. 

30 Mar. 

3 Jun. 

4 Jun. 

3 Aug. 

G Aug. 

21 Nov. 

21 Dm. 

22 Dec. 

23 IVc. 

21 Dec. 

21 Oct 

13 Apr. 

13 Mar. 

3 Nov. 

23 Jun. 

11 Oct 

23 Jan. 

1 Feb. 

7 Mar. 

23 Dec 

25 Jan. 

23 Mar. 

25 May. 

7 Jun. 

12 Jun. 

16 Nov. 

13 Jan. 

13 Jan. 

23 Jan. 

8 Hsr. 

8 Mat. 


clcfu Ma incmroftloise. 

ITIocliotiiui maij;e eo, . . . 

27 man. 

moclionna "OiHite, ..... 

13 m..,. 

mothwnna Chille coiiiaiiftai. 

19 mai. 

rriochonna. ...... 

7 lun. 

mochonna Ctuana fffiirme. 

30 Sepr. 

nioclioTina mac Vionnlosa 

16 lion. 

TTIocon-JLC llaiimdi .... 

19 lion. 

TTloctionoecOlii^'i' TiuiqiDiT, 

19 ttec. 

nioclica epfcob Cujtimaish, 

19 aas. 

TTltKlica Inp THochra, .... 

26 map. 

rrioclira mac "Oiieccaiii, .... 

9 Sepr. 

TTloctiiai\occ o eachT>i\uiinni, 

7 mai. 

mochian, ...... 

19 Hon. 

TDocliuppa, ...... 

23 Ian. 

TTlochoppa Clitlle motfie, .... 

12 tlou. 

mochmxi epfcob acuj- abb Lipiioiji. 

U mai. 

ITlochuimHa aitche, .... 

i loll. 

inocliumina epfcob nCCenT>|ioinma, . 

31 Ion. 

mochumma, ..... 

13 Inn. 

17 Inn. 

TTlochummficc Ctnana tjainih. 

2G "Dec. 

inodijiTiuT-ocri CCijXTiiie Columi, 

10 llOD. 


8 Oct. 

inoTwitmijcr CiopTior pacma. 

13 feb. 

trio *ailb epTcob, . , . . , 

3 Oct. 

mo ■ftoe 1 ntCillie, 

25 8epr. 

TTlo -oionimftcc, ..... 

3 mail. 

mo Tiiointn6cc Clnana caotn epfcob acuf conpeiTOix, 

10 -Dec. 


29 mm. 

[moDOcno. Vide ernoin, 5 lulu.] 

tnonsiififT), ...--. 

4 Oct. 

moegalnfi ConaiU, .... 

3 Urn. . 

moghai* faccap,r, . . . - 

i Oct. 

mo5ho]iocc'Oeii5iii, .... 

23 -Oec. 

mosbeatidec epfcob 6 Cliitt "Ouriin jhmiii, 

26 -Oec. 

mo tacca 6 M^tanbani, .... 

7 Ian. 

mo lacca tnoc Caiiirbiiiii, .... 

13 «„s. 

chosn. by Mt 



Mochonna, of Magb-eo, . . . . 

. 27 Mar. 

Mochonna, of Doire, . . . . . 

. 13 May. 

Mochonna, of Cill-comarthai, . . . . 

. 19 May. 

Mocbonna, ...... 

7 Jun. 

Mochonna, of Cluain-airdne, . . . . 

. 30 Sept. 

Mocbonna son of Fionnlagh^ . . . . 

. 16 Nov. 

Mochonog Uambacb,^ .... 

. 19 Nov. 

Mocbonog, of Cill-mucrois, 

. 19 Dec. 

Mocbta, bishop of Lugbmagb, . . . . 

. 19 Aug. 

Mocbta, of Inis-Mocbta, 

. 26 Mar. 

Mocbta son of Dregan, 

9 Sept 

Mocbiarog, of Eacbdruim, . . . . 

7 May. 

Mocbian, ..... 

. 19 Nov. 

Mocbuppa, ..... 

. 23 Jan. 

Mocboppa, of Cill-mor, 

. 12 Nov. 

Mocbada, bisbop and abbot of Lismor, 

. U May. 

Mocbumma, of Ailecb, 

4 Jan. 

Mocbumma, bisbop of nAendrnim, 

. 31 Jan. 

Mocbnmma, ..... 

. 13 Jun. 

Mocbnmmog son of Dobbarcbu, 

17 Jun. 

Mocbummog, of Giuain-daimb, 

. 26 Dec. 

Mocbruadocb, of Airdne-Coloim, 

. 10 Nov. 

Mocbriotog, ..... 

8 Oct. 

Modbomnog, of Tioprat-Facbtna, 

. 13 Feb. 

Mo-Dbailbb, bisbop, .... 

3 Oct. 

Mo-])boe, in Ailbbe, .... 

. 25 Sept 

Mo-Diommog, ..... 

3 Mar. 

Mo-Diommog, of Claain-caoin, bisbop and confessor, 

. 10 Dec. 

Mo-Dane, ..... 

. 29 May. 

[Moduena. See Etaoin at 5 July.] 


Modgraid, ..... 

4 Oct 

Mo-Ega, of Inis-Conaill, 

3 Nov. 

Mogbaidb, priest, .... 

4 Oct 

Mogborog, of Dergni, .... 

. 23 Dec. 

Mogbeanog, bisbop, of Cill-damba-gluinn, 

. 26 Dec. 

Mo-Lacca, of Lifeacbar, 

7 Jan. 

Mo-Lacca son of Cairtbcnn, 

13 Aug. 

naint. The dav refrrrwl to ought to be 18th Nov. not 1 0th Nov. Soe above, p. 313. (T.) 

2 (i 2 



cltcR Mcc ma:RT»:RloiEe. 

llloluini ChiUeniol«ii-p, . 

TTli)lai]iT mac tl« Wecce, 

ITlolaifi"' mac CCeuha, 

TTlotani"' cib Oeirhjlinne, 

inoliiiff* .1. Lai]^xeii 6 huy tTliii]ieT)tiai5, - 

TTIoluii-p, . . , . . 

Tllotaijf' ohh "OaiiTiiiii-i, 

[iibi vU'fpuriii' jHiPcutnpii" CiitiT)ponniii peiiniieiip ot> 
plam iiiirijiiiiTii ii'.j-Kii jiaiWPtm' 1]- l*. IllolapT 
iiTirnpncii)' 1'- uicntxia eiu^eiii eccLep«e.] 
TTlo LioIJa 6 5'i'-'cnn na loch ej»fcol>, 

[Dunlem «j'tiuiiiii|'|« acu^a]-r>imiiiuriiiiiiii (iLiuiutuit 

17 laii. 
19 l«it. 

8 inqi. 

18 CCpii. 
12 Cfug. 

7 SejjT. 
12 A^. 

motiolk( li enaeti eln. 

18 VV1». 

Ttloliolia Jiniuft^r c1ii]\p, 

5 tCus- 


26 -Oec. 

lllot.os. . 

17 T)ec. 

in..tiii5 epixuU anif convenxil^ w "^ 

115I1 ITlolins, . 

17 lim. 

motarcu mac Corinran pim>. 

22 tll<fii. 

Tnot((cca SUtie bLtrtnio. 

20 luH. 

niiiloccti 1) Clinlaig lioLamn, 

7 tfus. 

nioloceu «■> CliilL moij\ 7)iqiuib. 

9 ir>i5. 

moloiiima "Doiiinaish iml««di, 

20 1.1.1. 

rtloliicca. . 

2G lJUi]i. 


4 lull. 

tTlotua 6 Ciuam fv^xra TTlotiia, 

4 tCu5. 

[ficuf nioLun "Ojiuma fneixa yif a 

n ceniiu.] 


IS Oix. 


21 Hou. 


21 -Dec. 

tTloluocc ui-inoi)\, . 

25 Inn. 

inol««i.ieTi Catfilacra, 

18 Oct. 


mo liieaniioc Jlimie i-wole, 

30 1cm. 

21 maiu 

mo noa 05h 6 mhmsh mo*. 

16 Ian. 

monran foccoiir, . 

2 maiu 

monmne ogh. 

3 Inn. 


bj the odilon. 



Molaissi, of Cill-Molaistii, 

Molaissi son of Ua Necte, 

Molaissi son of Aedh, . 

Molaissi, abbot of Letbglin, 

Molai.^i^i, i.e. Laisren, of luis-Muiredbaigb, 

Molaissi, .... 

Molaissi, abbot of Daimbinis, • 

[Where is a secular i»rior>' of Colidei, bcloii«j:inj2: to the great church 
[cathedral] of the jiarish church of S. Molai»h (so it was in old 
times), and a vicara^^c of the same church.] 

Mo-Liobba, of Gleaun-da-locb, bisbop, 

[I think this is Livinus, and that Llvinus b a diminutive from Livius.] 

Moliobba, of Enacb-elti, 

Moliobba, of Uort-cliirp, 

Moliobba, of Enacb-elte, 

Moliag, .... 

Moling, bisbop and confessor, of Tecb-Moling, 

Molaga, son of Colman Finn, . 

Molo'j^a, of Sliabb-Bladbnia, 

Mologa, of Tulacb-bolainn, . . 

Mologa, of Cill-inor-ditbruibh, 

Molonima, of Dombnacb-imleacb, 

Moliiga, .... 

Molua, .... 

Molua, of Cluain-fcrta-Molua, . 

[And Molua of Druim-snechta is also the same ptTti 

Molua, .... 

Molua, .... 

Molua, of Mungbairit, . 

Moluog, of Lis-mor, 

Moluainen, of Taniblacht, 


Mo-Mbcarnog, of Gleann-faidble, 

Momanna, virgin, 

Mo-Noa, virgin, of Magb-niadh, 

Montau, priest, 

Moninne, virgin. 

It or«ui> twiio in the Calendar, and is to lie found under Maodhoc 

17 Jan. 
19 Jan. 

8 Mar. 

18 Apr. 
12 Aug. 

7 Sept 
12 Sept. 

8 Jan. 

. 18 Feb. 

5 Aug. 

. 26 Dec. 

. 17 Dec. 

17 Jun. 

. 22 Mar. 

. 20 Jun. 

. 7 Aug. 

9 Aug. 

. 20 Jun. 

. 26 Mar. 

4 Jun. 

4 Aug. 


. 15 Oct. 

. 21 Not. 

. 21 Dec. 

. 25 Jun. 

. 18 Oct 

30 Jan. 

. 21 Mar. 

16 Jan. 

2 Mar. 

3 Jun. 

r Maotlhocc, 

at p. «0. (11.) 


clccH u(jc iiiccHrccHloise. 

niuninne 05 6 8hliab cuilleann, 

ITlo inne, 

ITlo phiocc 6 CC]VT) cain]\oif , 

ITlo Uonoc T)]ioinnia faih^iaiT)]), 

ITlojiecha nrndmaurn, 

niofiiocc epfc:op Infi mac Ualaing, 

Iflo 8haqia mac Oennain, . 

Ulo 'paq\a abb Cluana heiT)nech, 

lllo fenocc berheach, 

Tflo fenocc Tnu5hna, 

TTlo fesha mac Coimfi5h, . 

lHo ponu, 

TTlo 8bionocc Cluana caoincne, 

TTlo fionu, 

Tnorhfienocc Rufccai5he, 

TTlocho^xia T)]\omma cliabb, 

TTlochiotocc ChiUe TTlochiolocc, 

TTlo rbeiimeocc, 

TTluaT)nar o^h, 

[no Tlluajneac .1. ITlo CCignei^.] 
TTIua'DaTi epfcob Chaifin pufibai'oe, . 
TTIuaT)an ep^xob CCifiea5ail TTlhucroain, 
TTIuiroa mac "Culcain epfcob acuf abb, 

[230 lion a conhcionoil. CCy^ |X) Ponran mac Tulcam.] 
TTIunif epi^ob 1 pofi^nai'oe, 
TTluim^Ya 6 ninif, 
TTIu5liain o^h 6 8hliab 'dutd, 
TTlii§ain 05b 6 Cluain boifieann, 
TTliigain 05b, 
TTlmcin 6 TTIai^bin, . 
TTluician {Subulcus, Forciamu), 
ITIu^xa 6 pbarbain, . 
TTIu]icbu mac 11a Tllaicbcen, 
TTIu]\cbu {Mo7rns), . 
TTlufigal abb Tlecb^ianine, . 
TTlufigal .1. TTlili'oh Cfiifr, . 

1 Mo-Aignes, — The name Agnet i« written in the margin opposite tliis entrj- 
A if Hit is the Latin of Aignes, who i« in the Irijjh Calendar called Mo-Aignes, ♦ My Agnea,' or 









22 lut 











9 'Dec. 



10 TTlai. 





9 1im. 

13 Ttil. 

23 "Dec. 

6 loii. 







18 -Oei. 





15 -Dec. 

















meaning that 




virgin, of Sliabh-Guilleann, 

• • • 

, of Ard-camrois, 

s, of Druim-sambraidh, 

a boy saint, . 

bishop of Inis-mac-Ualaing, 

% son of Bennan, 

a, abbot of Cluain-beidnecb, 

»g, of Bitbecb, 

g, of Mughain, 

la son of Coimsech, . 

a, . 

og, of Cluain-Caoincbne, 
u, . 
g, of Ruscacb, 

of Druim-cliabh, 
f, of Cill-Motbiolog, . 

b, virgin, 
laghneat, i.e. Mo-Aigne«.'] 
bisbop of Carn-furbaidbe, 
bisbop of Aireagal-Mbuadain, 

n of Tulcban, bisbop and abbot, 

aa the number of hu convent. He is Fiontan son of Tulcban.] 
sbop, of Forgnaidbe, . 

of Inis, 

virgin, of Sliabb-dinn, 

virgin, of Cluain-boircanu, 

f Maigbin, 

SvhulcuSf PoixUmus), 

on of Ua Maicbton, . 

abbot of Rechra, 
i.e. Soldier of Cbrist, 

. Tills, however, cannot be the St. Amnios of tlie Hmnan caleiwiar, as lier com- 
I is Jan. 21, an<l 28. Molanu* has two other Agneses* at 2 and lf> Sept. (K.) 

6 Jul. 

21 May. 

IC Deo. 

22 Jul. 

22 Jul. 

1 Aug. 

8 Jan. 

3 Mar. 

11 Mar. 

11 Dec. 

9 Dec. 

28 Feb. 

10 May. 

11 Sept. 

20 Aug. 

9 Jun. 

13 Jul. 

23 Dec. 

6 Jan. 

6 Mar. 

30 Aug. 

21 Oct. 

18 Dec. 

15 Mar. 

15 Nov. 

15 Dec. 

9 Dec. 

4 Mar. 

8 Jun. 

12 Mar. 

8 Jun. 

12 Jun. 

29 Sept. 

11 Nov. 


clccH n(x mccRTXTRloi^e. 

T11ui]X5]ieii abb 5^inne huif^^en {Marigena)^ 
TTlui]\T)eabai]\ 6 T)hife]\r niuifiT)eabaift, , 
111ui]xeT)hadi 11a T)ubrai5h, 

Tniii^\eT)1ia(l) pp^Tob Clnlle halaT)h, 

27 Ian. 

3 lion. 

15 mai, 

12 CCtij. 


11archiioiii)he abb 0)i^\e Da 5i<(f]", 

11(l^^a^ 6 Clnll na nianadi, 

11ur]-^uu)idi epfcob, 

llarlii i-p]T()b 6 Cluiil ):uirhe]\be, 

11((r1n ff(cca]vc 6 CCdio^ Conaifie, 

llctrlie ep^Tob, 

11(i::cti|i ep^xob 6 Lerh nioifi, 

llailc liiVitji llaile, . 

11atinii7>b Cpuatdie, 

llainnt'oli Chuma htiintifionn, 

llanini'ob Irip Caiff, 

llaoinliaii mac Ua T)uib (Satictanus) 

llaonili tii^h, 

lleadinmi 6 'Obun jeitiiin, 

lleacrani t)iac Ua Oai]\7), . 

lleatraiii 'ocfcipal parfiaicc, 

lleadiram o^h, 

lleacrlic epfcob, 


11eaf]X(ii liip T)oiihle, 

lleaffan Cojicoiglie, 

lleaffan 7)eochain 6 mhun^ai^iiT:, 

lleaffan UlaDh, 


11ean'^«r'» • 
llefi'lu^ha 6 ninif, . 

1 Luffh — i.e. Saint Lngh or Holy Lugh. This name ought perhaps«i to 

1 niat. 
31 Ul, 

11 -Dec. 
1 CCii^. 
9 CCu?. 

28 Oct. 

12 lul. 
27 lull. 

21 Cfpi\. 
2 lun. 

12 Oct. 

13 ;?tpr. 
19 tlou. 

8 Ian. 

22 CCpii. 

2 in at. 

22 lloti. 

23 lllui. 

3 ITlai. 
1 T)ec. 
1 "Oec. 

25 luL 

29 Sepc. 

6 X>ec. 

7 mail. 
15 ITlcnx. 

Imve bwn under 



Muirghen, abbot of Gleaiin-hUieson {^Sfcmgena)y 
Muirdlieabbair, of Disert-Muirdeabbair, 
Muiredhacb Ua Dubbtaigb, 

[^Pehffius^ Marianus.'] 

Muiredbach, bisbop of Cill-baladb, 

27 Jan. 
3 Nov. 
15 May. 

12 Aug. 


Natcbaoimbe, abbot of Tir-da-gblass, 

Nattal, of Cill-na-iiianacb, 

Natfraoicb, bis«bop, 

Natbi, bisbop, of Cuil-fuithorbe, 

Natbi, priest, of Acbadb-Conaire, 

Natbe, bisboj), 

Nazair, bisbop, of Letb-mor, . 

Naile, of lubbir-Naile, 

Naiimidb, of Criiagb, . 

Naiiinidb, of Cluaiu-buinnsionn, 

Naiimidb, of Inis-Caiss, 

Xaomlian .son of Ua Diiibh {Sanctanm)^ 

Naomb Lugb,* 

Neacbtain, of Dun-gcimbin, . 

Neacbtiiin son of Ua Baird, 

Neacbtain, disciple of Patrick, 

Neacbtain, virgin, 

Neacbtlic, biahop, 


Nea,s8an, of Inis-doimble, 

Neasj-san, of Corcach, . 

Neassan, tbe deacon, of MuDgsiirit, 

NeajSfiiau of Uladli, 



Nesslugb, of In is, 

Luj^h in this index. Xesslu;;!!, one of the throe .•'ons of Ncisan, oct 

1 May. 
31 Jul. 

11 Doc. 

1 Aug. 
9 Aug. 

28 Oct. 

12 Jul. 
27 Jan. 

21 Apr. 

2 JuD. 

12 Oct. 

13 Sept. 
19 Nov. 

8 Jan. 

22 Apr. 

2 May. 

22 Nov. 

23 May. 

3 May. 
1 Dec. 
1 Dec. 

25 Jul. 

29 Sept. 

6 Dec. 

7 Mar. 
15 Mar. 

ure nt 15 Mar. (T.) 


clccn Mcc mccnrccHloi^e. 

Ileaff ^|inaiT)he, . 
Wem epfcob T)fionm befxrac, 
lleman T)aifiinfi epfcob, . 
Hem epfcob 6 "Ohfiuim "Oallain, 
llerii coriiafiba On7)a CCifine, 
lleman epfcob 6 Chili bia, . 

[p pep. hunc legepecup llettian tn-oecup, inceppfiecapi 

tlicTDh 6 Cluain CCeT)ha CCirhmer [i iLuiJne], 
llinnif) epfcob 6 Inif maige fath, |X)|i Loc Ofine, . 

[.1. MinniT> ^obpuiyn:.] 
IlinniT) Cltiana caoich, . . . . . 

[ufoecup Tiic itle llinnix) LditliKyoan -oe Cftio in iiica 8. l)]nj:;iT)ae, 
cfui lion iii-oecup epi|xx>pu|^ ipe^ py^y^bicep canruin, uz hic 
llinnio fen, . 

11inniT)h epfcob Chille roina, 
Hoe ponngtaifi, 

lIuaT)ha epfcob, 
11ti(h)ha angcoi^xi, . 
11uat)ha abb Cluana heoaif 

4 Sepr. 
18 peb. 

8 TTlap^ 
3 TTlai. 
14 Ian. 

1 8epr. 

5 lun. 
18 Ian. 

2 ap\\. 

25 1u?. 
13 Hou. 
27 Ian. 
25 llou. 
19 peb. 

3 Oct. 

2 -Oec. 


Ocn7)e, ...... 

[OT)ba o§, ...... 

O'oh^xan "Chiiie aonaigh, .... 

OT)h^ian, ...... 

[O-opan ab lae -do fliocc Conaitl ^w^ban, ex hosiogenef i.] 

. 19 Ian. 

. 27 llou.] 

. 19 Veb. 

6 llla]\, 

8 ITlai. 

16 mat. 

18 CCiis. 

10 Sepr. 

1 Cakstmvs.—X^ llaoih(tn,from naoiii 'holy,' is Latinized 5'r/nc^//nM#, so lleman, from 
yw\\\ 'heaven,' is rendered C(r!es(imu. (I{.) 


07)h]xan faccaftr, 



Ncass, of Ernaidb, 

Nem, bishop of Druini-bertach, 

Neman, of Dairinis, bishop, 

Nem, bishop, of Druim-Dallain, 

Nemh, successor of Enda of Arann, 

NemaD, bishop, of Cill-bia, 

[If by tiim is underetood Neinban, the name may fairly be interpreted 

Niadh, of CIuaiu-Aedlia-Aithmet [in Luighne], 
Ninnidh, bishop, of Inis-maighe-samh, on Loch Erne, . 

[That isi, Ninnidh Saobruisc.] 
Ninnid, of Cluain-caoich, .... 

[This appears to bo the. Ninnidh Laimhiodhain [tlie Pure-handed], 
mentioned in the Life of St. Brigid, who seenu not to have been a 
bishop, but only a priest, as he appears in this place.] 
Ninnio, the Old, 
Ninnidh, bishop of Cill-toma, 
Noe, of Fionnglass, 
Noe, . 

Nuadha, bishop, 
Nuadha, anchorite, 
Nuadha, abbot of Cluain-heoais, 

4 Sept. 

18 Feb. 

8 Mar. 

3 May 

14 Jun. 

1 Sept 

5 Jun. 

18 Jan. 

2 Apr. 

• « 


25 Jul. 

• « 


13 Nov, 


» 1 

. 27 Jan. 



25 Nov. 



. 19 Feb. 



3 Oct. 



2 Dec. 


Octidc, ,....., 

[Odhbha, virgin,^ ...... 

Odhran, of Tir-aonaigh, . . . . . 

Odhran, ....... 

[Odhran, abbot of la, of the race of Conall Gulban, according to the 
Odhran, ....... 

Odhran, priest, ...... 

Odhran, ....... 

Odhran, ....... 

10 Jan. 

27 Nov.] 

19 Feb. 

6 Mar. 

8 May. 
16 May. 
18 Aug. 
10 Sept. 

Odhbhn^ rirgliu — Her name doci not occur in the text at 27 Nov. (T.) 


clccR wcc mccRrccnloise. 

07)hfian Leqfiech, ..... 

[O'Dfidm, ui-oe uicam 8. Ctap,ant -Satsixt.] 
OT)h|ian, ...... 

O'ohfian faccafir 6 'Chi^h Ofiefiain, 

O'Dhaftnor: 6 "Ofiunn mic pefta'ohaicch, 

Ollan, ...... 

Oilbe liip nioi]\e, ..... 

Onchti mac at) eici]% .... 

Oncliti 1 TiT)al cCaif , .... 

0]\rhiiiif epfcop, ..... 

O^mar: o^h, ...... 

O^mar: o^h, ...... 

OffciTi epf cop 6 Rairli Off ain fp,i liCCt qiuiiTi tmia]\, 
0|"5i'Da ogli, ...... 

Offene 6 Cliiain nioifi pep, nCCjiDa, 

Offen, ...... 

Oppeiie acuf .1. iiianach 6 Then^aiT)]), 

Offene, ...... 

Oinnihe .i. ^^allan, ..... 

2 Ocu. 

26 Oct. 

27 Oct. 
13 Mou. 

7 ^Oec. 
1 CCu5. 

8 peb. 

9 luL 
11 Ian. 

6 Ian. 
10 tloti. 
17 peb. 

7 Ocr. 
1 Ian. 

1 TTlai. 
19 luL 
22 liil. 

2 Oct. 


Poqxaicc uafal apfrol infi liO^ienn acuf cenT) c]\ei'Dn*ie 
na n^aoi'oeal an cev p^iioihaif), acuf an cex) lc5c(iT)ige, 

V^Cv-*) • • • • • " • 

Pilip epfcop Cltmna banib, ..... 
polan Chtlle niona, ..... 

17 in an. 

4 Tllati. 
21 lllai. 


Rarnor: ChiUe Rarhnaire, 
Reachran 6 Crangabail, 
Recnne ogh, 
Reghtiil Oennchuip,, 
Rerhach mac Caomhain, 
Riachuill mac buachalla, 

5 CCu^. 
29 Ocr. 
2G Ocr. 
11 Itin. 
10 Inn. 
13 CCpp^ 


0(11) ran, of Lctir, 

[Odrain, see the Life of S. Ciarain of Saif<;liir.] 
Odhran, .... 

Odhran, priest, of Tocb-Ereraiii, 
Odharuat, of Druim-mic-FeraJhaigh, . 
01 Ian, . 

OilMic, of Inis-mor, 
Oncliu, son of the Sage 
Oncliu, in Dal Cais, 
Orthinis, bishop, 
Osnat, virgin, . 
Osnat, virgin, . 
Ossan, bishop, of Kath 
Osgida, virgin, 

Osscne, of Cluain-nior lu Fcr-nArda, 
Ossen, . 

Ossene, and 50 Monks, 
Oinmbe, i.e. Giallan, 

Ossain beside Atb-Truim on tlie west, 

of Tengaidh, 


2 Oct. 

26 Oct. 

27 Oct 

13 Nov. 

7 Dec. 

1 Aug. 

8 Feb. 

9 Jul. 

11 Jan. 

6 Jan. 

10 Nov. 

17 Feb. 

7 Oct. 

1 Jan. 

1 May. 

19 Jul. 

22 Jul. 

2 Oct. 


Patraicc, arch-apostle of the island of Erinn, and head of the 
faith of the Gacil, the first primate, and the first legate, 

4\.Ci, ...... • 

Pilip, bishop of Cluain-bainb, ..... 
Polan, of Cill-mona, ...... 

17 Mar. 

4 Mar. 

21 May. 


Rathnat, of Cill-Ratbnait, .... 

5 Aug. 

Reacbtan, of Etarghabbail, .... 

. 29 Oct. 

Rectiue, virgin, ...... 

26 Oct. 

Roghuil, of Benncbor, ...... 

11 Jun. 

Retbach, son of Caomhan, . . . . . 

10 Jun. 

Riachuill son of Buacball, .... 

. 13 Apr. 

cLocR ticc iiiccRrrmtoi^e. 

nioshnil 6 rhigli Uioslila, , . . . 

17 Sepr. 

UiHStuHl abblTluiciiip, .... 

10 Oct. 


19 mci. 

Riojnacli ingen i:t»eTv<T6ai5h (Regivii), 

18 -Dec. 

Ruiiaii (/"/lOOM vel PKocianut), 

11 Ian. 


13 Ian. 

Ronan epfcopfjirT nioi]i, .... 

9 V^b- 

RoTimi mac petisliuiyu, .... 

8 CCpp. 

Ronan Liorh Tioif, ..... 

30 <X.^^. 

Ronan, ...... 

1 niai. 

Ronan, ...... 

21 TTlai. 

Ronan pionn 6 Laiii'o Ronain, 

22 mai. 

rOainl^m afe fv Roiiaii mac bepui j ]^ ilmltair ru5 an buiL< 

ap, 8111 bni.] 

Ronan, ...... 

15 laL 

Ronan, ...... 

18 a:«5. 

Ronan 6 "Dpiiim Ineairtamn, 

18 tloa. 

Ronan 6 fCcbaDh puichu, .... 

23 -Dec. 

Rob(t]\radi 6 Inirmoiiv, .... 

15 Ian. 

RoTjan, ...... 

18 Ian. 

RoTjan epyirop, ..... 

24 a«5. 

Ronan, ...... 

30 Sepr. 

RoDai^he 6 ghp^ftla'S'i l'«na, 

10 T>ec. 

Roibne abb, ..... 

16 peb. 

Roibne eapfcop, ..... 

17 peb. 

Romdieanu, ..... 

3 mm. 

Roinni, ...... 

23 tlou. 

Rutrohnn abb lorhjia {Jtiifans no RujiUa,), 

13 ap,!. 

1liiiin.l-niiv .iiicuiiachacUarh [Ruinoel]. 

1 lul. 

23 Jul. 

Rutppn epfcop gLmne tia locb [Rxffam), . 

22 apii. 


Ruichche ogh, ..... 

8 peb. 

1 SBiSAM.— See Battle of Magh lUth, p. 232, 233. (T.) 
« Avfnii.— Thd name is written R-ilan in the tPXt. at p. 2G3. {R ) 

> Rodvau — This must lie St. Rodinc ur ChnnulinR, conimnnlj rnltfd St. Rnain, alibot 
of Beaulieu in Arjronnt, whoM day la IT Sept. Sen hi* Life published !■>■ Maliillon Acta 



Kiaglmil, of Tech-Riaghla, 

Kingbiiil, abbot of Muicinis, 

Richell, vir«^in, 

Riogbnach, daogbter of Feradbacb {JRfgina\ 

Roiian (Phoca^ or P^tocianus), . 


Ronan, bisbop of Lis-mor, 

Rouan, son of Fcrgbus, 

Ronan, of Liatb-ros, 



Ronan Fionn, of Lann-Ronain, 

[I think that this is Ronan son of Beracb, who pronounced the curse of 
madness on Suibhne.^] 



Ronan, of Druim-Ineasclainn, 

Ronan, of Acbadb-farcba, 

Robartacb, of Inis-mor, 


Rodan, bisbop, 


Rodaigbe, of Greallacb-bbuna, 

[Ro^luicus,* 17 Sept., accordhig to Flodoard an<l the Rcne<lictino ^lar- 

Roibne, abbot, . 

lloibne, bisbop, 



RuaJhan, abbot of Lotbra {Rnffimis or Ruffillus)^ 

Rnmoldus, bisbop of Atb-cliatb [Rumpel], 

Runacb, of Inis-mor, . 

Ruitbn, bisbop of Gleann-da-locb {Ruffinvs\ 

Ruison, of Inis-Picbt, . 

Ruitbcbe, virgin, 

17 Sept. 
10 Oct 

19 May. 
18 Dec. 

11 Jan. 

13 Jan. 

9 Feb. 

8 Apr. 

30 Apr. 

1 May. 

21 May. 

22 May. 

15 Jul. 

18 Aug. 
18 Nov. 

23 Dec. 

15 Jan. 

18 Jan. 

24 Aug. 
30 Sept. 
16 Dec. 

16 Feb. 

17 Feb. 

3 May. 
23 Nov. 

15 Apr. 
1 Jul. 

23 Jul. 

22 Apr. 

7 Apr. 

8 Feb. 

SS. O.S.B. sec. III., part ii, p. 544, where he is called ".Scottorum prosapia exortus." By 
an error of the pren^, which our author trauficrilies, he is called Roiluicus, for RtHlincuA in 
Fhxloard Hist. RenieiwiM Kirl. lib. iv. c. 41, p. ,384, ed Jac. Siniiondi. Poris^ IGll. {T,) 


clccH Mcc nia:RT:€CHloise. 

Samhrliann o^h 6 Ctuain bi\onai5]), 

8uncraii ep^^op 6 Clnll du lef , 


Bu^iaii Cluiile qieinlia, 

8cqian cpfcop, 


Siipan epfcop, 

8(ipan 6 liiif tnoqi, 

Sd^iati Oeniicliuiii, . 

8a] um, 

^iqum mac Tigo^xnain, 


^a^ibile 6 pochaiiiT), 

^apnar T)atpiii]^ cfieirne, 

Sainufi: ban abb, 

8a]inar 05b 1 rTi^x ITIaine, 

■8aiv;biiol CCrnnai^be, 

8ao]is;bti]"f l^^xoinina {Serrjlus), 

■Bean an ( Prlscian us), 

"Seancni Infi Cauaigh ep^xop 

8oanan epfcop, 



Sean an, 



Sean an, 

Sean an, 

Sean an, 


19 T)rc. 
9 mm. 

17 Sepr. 

8 Ian. 
13 Uoi. 

20 Ian. 

1 ma\u 
15 lllai. 
30 luL 

1 Cliis. 

15 Utis;. 

16 Sepr. 

21 Sepr. 
23 8epr. 

22 Ocr. 

4 8epr. 
15 ^Cpp.. 

3 T!lai. 

9 II0U. 
22 CCpp.. 
30 llbn. 

10 -Dec. 

1 niajx. 

8 ITUxii. 
7 CCp^x. 

9 Ctpp.. 

11 tCpix. 
11 CCpix. 
26 CCpTX. 

5 niai. 

2 Itin. 
10 lul. 

7 CC115. 
17 ecus. 




Samthann, virgin, of Cluaiu-bronaigh, 

Sanctan, bishop, of Cill-da-les, 


Saran, of Cuil-cremha, 

Saran, bishop, . 

Saran, . 

Saran, bishop, . 

Saran, of Inis-mor, 


Saran, of Bennchor, 



Saran son of Tigheman, 


Saran, • 

Sarbile, of Pochard, 

Samat, of Dairinis-oreitne, 

Samat, abbess, 

Samat, virgin, in Tir-Maine, 

Saighnel, of Anmhach, 

Saorghuss, of Druim (JSergius), 


Seanan {Friscianus),^ 

Seanan, of Inis-Cathaigh, bishop, 

Seanan, bishop, 










19 Dec. 

9 May. 
17 Sept. 

8 Jan. 
13 Jan. 

20 Jan. 
1 Mar. 

15 May. 
30 Jul. 
1 Aug. 

15 Aug. 

16 Sept. 

21 Sept. 
23 Sept. 

22 Oct. 

4 Sept 
15 Apr. 

3 May. 

9 Nov. 
22 Apr. 
30 May. 

10 Dec. 

1 Mar. 

8 Mar. 
7 Apr. 

9 Apr. 

11 Apr. 
11 Apr. 
26 Apr. 

5 May. 

2 Jun. 

10 Jul. 
7 Aug. 

17 Aug. 

1 Prisciftnu4, — The Irish wonl Stan signifies nntif^nutj pritcus. (T.) 

2 11 


cLcca Ma iiiccRTXicHloiBe- 

8ecman Laiqii^h bfiiuin, . 

2 8epr. 

■Secman, ..... 

4 3epc 

8ecmcm, ..... 

. 16 Sepr. 

Beaiiuii epfcop, .... 

. 25 Sepc, 

Parian, ..... 

. 30 ^epr. 

^anan mac CaiUe, 

4 Oct. 

8eanati epfcop, .... 

. 10 Oct. 

^ancm 6 "OelsiTiif , 

5 "Dec. 

■Secman, ..... 

. 18 "Dec. 

^UTIUTI, ..... 

. 24 "Oec, 

8eunach faccayir 6 CheaHaib ua TTlaijheach, 

. 11 Veb. 

8etti)uch 5obha, .... 

. 11 TTlai- 

Seonach epfcop 6 Cluain poDa, 

. 21 aug. 

^onach mac buiTM, 

. 10 8epc. 

8eanach faccayic ChiUe moip,e, 

. 2 rioo. 

^Tibeafiach Chuile 'Ofieiirme, 

. 10 lan- 

Seanchan epfcop acuf abb Imlig lubaifi, . 

. 11 'Dec, 

6eanchaT)h, .... 

. 17 X>ec. 

6eanocc {Senilis), . . . . . 

. 10 Ian. 

^anoift comayiba pocfiaicc {Senior), 

. 11 CCpTU 

Seme {Seneca), .... 

. 27 Itin. 

06T11Cj ...... 

. 10 llou. 

^achran ^chr mipjh, 

. 24 OCpfi. 

6eachnafach Cinnlocha, . . . , 

. 30 lal. 

^eachan, ...... 

. 19 6epc. 

8eachnall 6 "Ohomnach SechnaiU pp,ioniaiT), 

. 27 Mou. 

^eachc nepfcuib "Oyioma aip,bealaicch, 

. 15 1cm. 

Seachr meic OiT)niufa 6 TTlhai^hiTi, 

. 22 niai. 

Seachr nin^ena peafigun'^j 

. 24 TYlai. 

^eachc nepfcoip 6 Oii^h na comai|ice, 

. 28 niai. 

Seachc nepfcoip 6 T^ainhnaigh, 

. 21 UU 

Seachc nepfcoip 6 CColmaijh, 

. 23 CCug. 

8eachc nepfcoib Cltiui) cua, 

. 3 Occ. 

8eachc naomhogha, . . . . 

8 Occ. 

Seachc meic Snallain, . . . . 

. 27 Oct- 

Seachc nepfcoip Cille ci'oil, 

1 llou. 

Seachc meic CCoT)a 6 ^achT)]\uitn, . 

- 20 'Dec, 


1 Seanach. — In the margin opposite this name in written n, that is, noUt^ but as in some 



Soanan^ of Lathrigli-Briuin, . . . . 

2 Sept 

Seanan, ..... 

4 Sept 

Seanan, ..... 

. 16 Sept 

Seanan, bishop, . . . . . 

. 25 Sept 

Seanan, ...... 

. 30 Sept 

Seanau mac Caille, .... 

4 Oct 

Seanan, bishop, .... 

. 10 Oct 

Seanan, of Delginis, .... 

5 Deo. 

Seanan, ..... 

. 18 Dea 

Seanan, ..... 

. 24 Dec 

Seanach, priest, of Cealla-Ua-Maigheach, 

. 11 Feb. 

Seanach, the smith, .... 

. 11 May. 

Seanach, bishop, of Oluain-foda, 

. 21 Aug. 

Seanach mac Buidi, .... 

. 10 Sept 

Seanach,' priest, of Cill-mor, . 

2 Nov. 

Senbearach, of Cuil-dreimhne, 

10 Jun. 

Seanchan, bishop, and abbot of Imleach-iubhair, 

. 11 Dec. 

Seanchadh, ..... 

. 17 Dec. 

Seanog (Senilis), .... 

10 Jan. 

Seanoir, successor of Patrick (Senior), 

11 Apr. 

Senic (Senec(i)y .... 

. 27 Jon. 

Senio, ...... 

. 10 Nov. 

Seachtan Seacht Misigh, . . . . 

. 24 Apr. 

Scachnasach, of Gennloch, 

. 30 Jul. 

Seachan, ...... 

. 19 Sept 

Seachnall, of Domhnach-Sechnaill, primate. 

. 27 Nov. 

Seven bishops, of Draim-Airbhealaigh, 

15 Jan. 

Seven sons of Eidnius, of Maighin, 

. 22 May. 

Seven daughters of Fearghus, . 

. 24 May. 

Seven bishops, of Tech-na-comairce, . 

. 28 May. 

Seven bishops, of Tamhnach, .' 

. 21 Jul. 

Seven bishops, of Aolmagh, . . . . 

. 23 Aug. 

Seven bishops, of Cluain-cua, . 

3 Oct 

Seven holy virgins, . . . . . 

8 Oct 

Seven sons of Stiallan, . . . . 

. 27 Oct 

Seven bishops of Cill-Tidil, . . . . 

. 1 Nov. 

Seven sons of Aodh, of Eachdruim, 

. 20 Deo. 

ulhor places whore it occurs, it is doubtful what wa."* iiitended hv t 

he writer. (R.^ 

2h 2 


clccH 11 a TiioRrccRloi^e. 

^eacTir meic "Oiieinl Irifi uadiratii, 
-SeDTicc X)|iomiim mac llabla (Siilonins), 
^e-Dfiu ClnUc aine, . 

-Se'Diia mac Tp.cno epfcop, 

Se'Dfiach epfcob {Sedrach), 




^ghin 6 Chill ^eiT^htn, 

8ei5hiTi cpfcop tC]iT)a ITlacTia, 

[Inchoavit anno 611 vel H.] 

^^Tiin abb la, ..... . 

[(CT)eip, cm leapa|\y^a v;ut\ab mcic ]?(icriK( lio, acu-p an iiaonii- 
Y^noay^ Sup-db inac Pmc|i((, tio Uoiiani, co-oein 'Die coliru^x 
^egein ab 1ae m pfi^cilogio ^^alr|i((c Ccay^L] 

^ei^hin abb OcTiTichiit]i, 

•Beigbein clai|\etTieach, 



8e5biiac 05b, 

^eifein CCcba omna, 

^la'obal epfcop X)uibliiine, 

[789, mac ?yuaicb.] 
Sicrobal Chmnlacha, 

["Daji lem aipe fo SiaTOul mac Tintie "oe quo in pennaT)oiii 

mri. H.] 

8iollaTi Cbille ■oel^^e, ..... 
[Po|ice 8iltianti|* cfuoD tiomen efn 2 Tbcpilomcen., acuy^ m 
tiica Leuim.] 
^lollan epfcop 5^1 nne "oa loch, .... 
-Siollan maighifTiix abb bennchuiji, 

22 "Dec. 

9 IDati. 

9 mafu 
10 ma|\. 

16 ItlTl. 

20 CCpTi. 

22 crti^. 

29 ^pr. 

23 T)ec. 

21 Ion. 

24 lllai. 

12 CTtis. 

10 Sepz. 
29 Ion. 
24 auj. 
12 tloti. 
18 •Dec. 
29 lion. 
31 tCag. 
12 peb. 

8 moTi. 
31 Ian. 

10 peb. 
28 peb. 

1 Died.—T\\\s date should be 785 : Four Mast. ; Colgan, Tr. Thaum., p. 112, n. 69. (K.) 
« Pcenitentiary. — The word pennaT)Oi|l is an Irish form of pfrtiitoriitm^ for the Latin 
pcenitentitsrium ; and the letters TYl p.. R. in the copy should probably be TTll. H., a contrac- 
tion of the proper name TYlaet-Ruain. Colgan, in one of his notes on St. Seduliuaof 
Dublin, seems to refer to the name in question, where he says : — " In pcDnitentiario S. 

Malniani fit mentio S. Sodulii filii Thesda? [Thennw ?] de Lii*moria in Momoniii." Actt. 

SS. p. 315 6, n. 8. (R.) 



I, And tlic Sniiit'i-;;encaIo;^i<>M 

Seven sons of Dretil, of Inis-uachtair, . 

Sedna, of Druim-mac-Ua-Bla {Sufonitis), 

Sedna, of Cill-ainc, 

Sedna, bishop, 

Sedna son of Trian, bishop, 

Sedrach, bishop (Sed^vclt), 




Seghin, of Cill-Seighin, 

Seighin, bishop of Ard-macha, . 

[He coiiunenced in the year G41 or G-t-t.] 
Seghin, abbot of la, 

[This book says that he was sun of Fachtn 
that he was son of Fiachra^ or of Konan. Segeni, abbot of la, is 
conunemorated on the same day in the Festiloj^uin of the Psalter of 
Seighin, abbot of Bennchar, 
Seighein Clareineach, . 
Seghnat, virgin, 

Seiscin, of Ath-onma, . 
Siadhal, bi^thop of Dabhlinne, . 

[Son of Luath, diefV in 789.] 
Siadhail of Cennloch, . 

[I think that this is Siadhul son of Tinne, of whom in the Pujuitentiar}'"'* 
of Maclruain.] 

Siollan, of Cill-Delgge, .... 

[Possibly SUvanuSy which nanifr** occurs in 2 Thcssiilonians ; and in the 
Life of Livinus.] 

Siollan, bishop of Gleann-da-loch, ... 
Siollan, master, abbot of Bennchor, 

22 Dec. 

9 Mar. 

9 Mar. 
10 Mar. 
16 Jun. 

20 Apr. 

22 Aug. 
29 Sept 

23 Dec. 

21 Jan. 

24 May. 

12 Aug, 

10 Sept. 
29 Jan. 
24 Aug. 
12 Nov. 
18 Dec. 
29 Nov. 
31 Aug. 
12 Feb. 

8 Mar. 
31 Jan. 

10 Feb. 
28 Feb. 

8 Xante, — We must understand this, not as sup^esting that Sibllan of Cill Delgge was a 
contemporary of St Paul, but that the Latin form Silvanus occura in 2 Thess. i. 1, and 
in tlie Life of Livinus. (T.) Molanus styles 8. Livinus) " Archiepiscopus Scotorum," 
and adds, " Quod munus, cum alit^uot annis magno fructu administrasset, reliquit Syluano 
art-hidiacuno." Indiculus Sanctor. Delgii, (Lovau. L>73). (R.) 




^oUcm epfcop, 


8iollcm "OaiTie moip,, 

^lollcm epfcop abb TTlaighe bile, 

Siollan epfcop, 

8iollan 6 Imlech caffain, . 

SioUan abb, 

Siollan maighifnft abb TTluighe bile 

SioUcm epfcop Oif moift, . 

Siolnacan mac Cp,ainiec, . 

8illen epfcob, 

Simplex epfcop 6 Chill TTloDiaic, 


Sineall Ua Liachain, 


"Sineall 'Oftomma bfioan, 

Sineall faccafxc TTltiighe bile, 

Sineall 6 Claoininif , 

8ineach 8|xar:ha, 

Sineach 6 Cfiuaich mac "Oafta, 

-Sineach Cp,iiachain, 

Sineach 6 Chluain lechcengcroh, 


8inche 6 Chuil Oennchuip,, . 

^lonach Infi Clochjiann, 

8incheall abb Chille achaiDh, 

8incheall tia Liachain, 

-8incheall abb ^^inne achanoh, 

«8i|xic epfcop 6 TTluijh bolcc {Siriacm), 

8io|xan abb, . 

Siofcan faccaftc pop, Loch TTleilge {Xistui) 


^lebene abb laa Colaim alle, 

Socrobap, eappcop, . 

8obap,tan eppcop, 

3oT6alach an^coip^i, . 

27 map. 
17 rilai. 

24 TTlai. 
21 luL 

25 atis. 
7 8epc. 

11 8epc. 
10 Oct. 
21 Occ. 

21 "Dec. 

12 Oct. 

3 Itin. 
12 Veb. 
12 Ion. 
15 Ian. 

1 lun. 

25 8epr. 

1 Occ. 

12 tlOQ. 

14 peb. 

28 Sepc. 
5 Oct- 
9 lion. 

4 "Dec. 

22 CCo^. 
20 aptu 

26 mop. 
20 lun. 

25 lun. 

26 Hon. 
4 "Dec. 

17 ItiU 
7 8epc. 

2 mat\- 
26 lun. 
20 apfi. 

7 Hon. 

1 1 June — This is a mistake of the manuscript for I July, which probably occmred 




Siollan, bishop, 


Siollan, of Dun-mor, 

SioUan, bishop, abbot of Magh-bile, 

Siollan, bishop, 

Siollan, of Imlech-cassain, 

Siollan, abbot, . 

Siollan, master, abbot of Magh-bile, 

Siollan, bishop of Lis-mor, 

Siolnatan son of Cruimet, 

Sillen, bishop. 

Simplex, bishop of Oill-modiuit, 


Sineall XJa Liathain, . 


Sineall, of Druim-Broan, 

Sineall, priest, of Magh-bile, . 

Sineall, of Claoin-inis, . 

Sineach, of Srath, 

Sineach, of Crnach-mac-Daia, . 

Sineach, of Cmachan, . 

Sineach, of Oloain-lethtengadh, 


Sinche, of Onil-bennchnir, 

Sionach, of Inis Clothrann, 

Sincheall, abbot of Oill-achaidh, 

Sincheall Ua Liathain, 

Sincheall, abbot of Gleann-achaidh, 

Siric, bishop, of Magh-bolg {Siriacu8\ 

Sioran, abbot, . 

Siostan, priest, on Loch Meilghe (Xittus), 

Sioit, . • . • 

Slebhene, abbot of la-Colnim-cille, 

Soadbar, bishop, 

Sobharthan, bishop, . 

Sodbalach, anchorite, . 

in the transcription, as Jun. 15 is the day of the preceding Sineall 

27 Mar. 
17 May. 

24 May. 
21 Jul. 

25 Aug. 
7 Sept. 

11 Sept 
10 Oct. 
21 Oct 

21 Dec. 

12 Oct 

3 Jan. 
12 Feb. 
12 Jan. 
15 Jon. 

1 Jun.1 

25 Sept 

1 Oct 
12 Noy. 
14 Feb. 

28 Sept 
5 Oct 
9 Nov. 

4 Dec 

22 Aug. 
20 Apr. 

26 Mar. 
20 Jan. 

25 Jan. 

26 Nov. 
4 Deo. 

17 Jul. 
7 Sept 

2 Mar. 
26 Jun. 
20 Apr. 

7 Nov. 



clccR wcc mccRTXicRloiBe. 

Soichell epfcob, 

^oi'oealbh o^h, 

-8<^i'6ealb o§ 6 Cen (Pidcherin), 

-SuaifileacTi epfcop pobat]\, 

8iiai|il€(idi (ibb Clime 'Duachaille, 

8uaift?-each abt) La^ inotji, 

8uai|iloacb faccapr, 

8ubach Co^iaiiiTi (flilarius), 

8uibh^^acb, . 

^uibne abb la, 

8uibne mac Oogain, 

-Suibiie Scelice, 

-Suibne epfcop CCffoa TTlacha 

-Sutbtie abb la, 



Sganiml ChiUe cobfiainne, 


Ssannlacb CCp-oa Sgannlatghe, 

^geallan {Xadeus), . 

SgeaUan loba|x 6 CCixd TTlacba, 

^giarh ogh {Scuta seu Parmci)^ 

851 ouh 05b 6 phtopc Sgeiche, 

Sgipe o^h 6 Chill 8cip,e, 

Sgouh ogh 6 Cluaiii gpenacb (Flm'a), 

S^ozh 05b 6 Cluttin nioi^x TTloefCTia, 

Sguirbm 6 8bliab TTlai|XCce, 

8t)eallaTi 6 T^htp "oa glaf {Stellaniu), 

SDeallan, .... 

8p|xoc iTigen Cboluim, 

8p,appaii Cluana moip,, 

^ne-obaipl^, .... 

1 CCnj;. 
29 mafi. 
10 tloti. 
27 map. 
23 CCptx. 

4 T)ec. 
13 X>ec. 

1 Cttis. 

9 Ian. 
11 Ion. 
19 Ion. 

28 app. 

21 lull. 

22 loTi. 

27 Sepr. 

28 Oct. 
3 man 

23 lun. 

10 'Dec. 

11 CCpp. 
1 8epr. 

1 Ion. 
6 Sepc. 

24 map. 
18 Ian. 
16 lol. 

2 Ion. 
26 mat. 

1 Itin. 
30 Itin. 
23 mat. 
28 -Dec. 

* Pukheria, — The literal interpretation of Sodealbh (So-'oealb), is * good-visaged.* (R.) 

« llUariua. — ^The Irish word Subadt signifies merry, joyful. (T ) 

5 Nackua, — So it is written in Mr. Curry's transcript ; but it seems to be an error for 



Soichell, bishop, 

Soidhealbb, virgin, 

Soidbealbh, virgin, of Cen (Fulcheria),^ 

Suairleach, bishop of Fobhar, . 

Suairleach, abbot of Linn-Duachaille, 

Suairleach, abbot of Lis-mor, . 

Soairleach, priest, 

Subhach, of Corann {HUari\u\^ 


Suibhne, abbot of la, • 

Suibhne son of Eoghan, 

Suibhne, of Scelic, 

Suibhne, bishop of Ard-Macha, 

Suibhne, abbot of la, . 



Sgannal, of Oill-cobhrainne, . 


Sgannlach, of Ard-Sgannlaighe, 

Sgeallan {Nacleus)^ . 

Sgeallan, leper, of Ard-Macha, 

Sgiath, virgin {Scuta or Parma), 

Sgiath, virgin, of Fhiort-Sgeithe, 

Sgire, virgin, of Cill-Scire, 

Sgoth, virgin, of Cluain-grencha {Flt/m)y* 

Sgoth, virgin, of Oluain-mor-Moescna, 

Sguithin, of Sliabh-Mairge, 

Sileallan, of Tir-da-ghlas (Stdlamis), 


Sproc, daughter of Oolum, 

Sraffan, of Oluain-mor, 


1 Aug. 

29 Mar. 

10 Nov. 

27 Mar. 
23 Apr. 

4 Dec. 
13 Dec. 
1 Aug. 
9 Jan. 

11 Jan. 
19 Jan. 

28 Apr. 

21 Jun. 

22 Jun. 

27 Sept. 

28 Oct. 
3 May 

23 Jun. 

10 Dec 

11 Apr. 
1 Sept. 

1 Jan. 
6 Sept 

24 Mar. 
18 Jan. 
16 JuL 

2 Jan. 
26 May. 

1 Jnn. 

30 Jun. 
23 May. 
28 Dec 

Napusj ' wild mustard^* in Irish y'^eaUxxn. As a proper name it still exists in the form 
Scallan. (R.) 

* Flora The Irish wonl Scoth is a flower. See p. 5. (T.) 


ClCCR wcc mccRTXTRloise. 


'Ccrohg Tna|xri|x, 

1^001165 6 'Chigh 'Cao'6occ, 

'Calalla bcmabb ChiUe Daixa, 


'Calmach, . 

t^alla 6 Inif "Oaighixe ogh, 

'CaihchioTina o^h, . 

'Cafinonna 6 Chill aiffo, . 

'Caffach epfcob 6 Raich colpta, 

V^GCC6} • • • 

^ca 05 6 Uufccaigh, 

^lle 6 'Chigh 'Celle, 

^TTihTieTi LiTiTie UacbaiUe, 

'Cemhneri mcmach acuf Tnai|xn|X, 

'CernhneTi coicc TTlolaa, 

'Cejindcc Uafxain, . 

'Ce\vn6cc cmgcoifie, . 

'CefiTi6cc, • 

"CeixnOcc Claana moip,, 

^|xn6cc mac Raiche, 

^ec§al, . • 

T^iena 6 Chill ealja, 

r^xea o^h, . 

r^xea ogh ingen Chaifxchinn 6 CCfiT) 

Tian CCiixiUDh haifix) {ITteonas), 

TicceiXTiach faccaftc, 

'Cigejinach epfcop Cltiona hOooif , 

Tigefinach Ooi|xcheach, 

Tijeixnach T)aifve TTleUe, . 

Tijeixncm CCi|\i'Dh Locha Con, 

T^iopfiaice TTlai^he fvacha, . 

T^itj Rtjba, . 

'Cfii^hmeach epfcob, 

Xj\ii hingena Olcin, 

Zfii mic Oo^hain, . 


8 lut 

13 Int. 
6 Ion. 

26 peb. 

14 mafu 
11 CC115. 

29 Occ 
3 Int. 

14 apfu 
9 8epr. 

23 Sepc. 

18 Dec 
25 lun. 

7 0:05. 
17 CCn^. 

24 "Dec. 

30 Ion. 

8 peb. 
28 peb. 

2 laU 

2 Occ. 

16 OCpfu 

22 mail. 
8 laU 

3 GCa^. 

23 peb. 

17 motv. 

4 CCpTU 
13 men. 

4 Hoo. 
8 OCp|u 
27 -Dec. 

24 Ion. 
7 lot. 

15 mcqiv 

19 men. 




Tadhg, martyr, 

Taodhog, of Tech-Taodhog, 

Talulla, abbess of Cill-dara» 



TaJla, of Inis-daighre, Tirgin, 

Tamhtkionna, virgin, . 

Tartionna, of Oill-aird, 

TaBsach, bishop, of Rath-colptha, 

•L 6CCO, • • • 

Tecla, yirgin, . 

Teca, virgin, of Rusgach, 

Telle, of Tech-Telle, . 

Temhnen, of Linn-UachaiUe, 

Temhnen, monk and martyr, 

Temhnen, cook of Molua, 

Tom6g, of Uaran, 

Tem6g, anchorite, 


Tem6g, of Olnain-mor, 

Tem6g son of Rath, . 


Trena, of Oill-ealga, 

Trea, virgin, . 

Trea, virgin, daughter of Carthenn, of 

Tiau, of Airiudh-huird (Theonas), 

Tigemach, priest, 

Tigemach, bishop of Oluain-hEoais, 

Tigemach, of Boirche, . 

Tigemach, of Doire-MeUe, 

Tigeman, of Aimidh of Loch Con, 

Tiopraite, of Magh-ratha, 

Tin, of Rubha, 

Trighmeach, bishop, . 

Three daughters of Eltin, 

Three sons of Eoghan, 


8 Jul. 

13 Jul. 

6 Jan. 

26 Feb. 

14 Mar. 
11 Aug. 

29 Oct. 
3 Jul. 

14 Apr. 

9 Sept 

23 Sept 

18 Oct 
25 Jun. 

7 Aug. 
17 Aug. 

24 Dec. 

30 Jan. 

8 Feb. 
28 Feb. 

2 Jul. 

2 Oct 

16 Apr. 

22 Mar. 
8 Jul. 

3 Aug. 

23 Feb. 

17 Mar. 

4 Apr. 
13 May. 

4 Nov. 
8 Apr. 

27 Dec. 

24 Jan. 
7 Jul. 

15 Mar. 

19 May. 


cloK, Ma mccRTxcRloise. 

T^jxi fine "OioitiTna 6 T^high mac "Oiomiiia, , 

1 Itou. 

"Cjii TYiic Oafica 6 "Oaiiiliai^Ti, 

. 12 lion. 

Tx)ccoini\acc ogh 6 cConniaicne, 

. 11 lun. 

"CocTia, .... 

. 17 CCuj. 

TocTia Thac Cuaiii, . 

. 27 tlou. 

'Cola ep^x:op 6 T)hife|iT: Tola, 

. 30 niati. 

'Conian ep^xob, 

. 18 mart. 

Coin an Tnini^ai^xn, 

. 26 lul. 

Com ail faccafir, 

. 30 Mou. 

Comaf "Ofioma cucce. 

4 "Dec. 


. 22 tCpii. 

Com em coihat\ba por^iaicc, 

. 10 lun. 

Comein, .... 

. 15 Ocx. 

Connach epfcop. 

. 21 lul. 

Coftarinaii abb Oennchui^x, 

. 12 lull. 

Cofiprha, . 

. 16 lul. 


. 16 Oct. 

Corhalan, . 

17 lull. 

Coir Infi Coire, 

7 8epr. 

C]iovccan CCixDa b|\ecain, . 

. 12 lull. 

Cuan 6 Chamlacra, 

1 (X\y\\, 


Uacball, ....... 

Ua^yaille epfcop, . . . 

[mac Ui bhai^xT) cfui in TTlaii. ML "Diacu|i Oyxtille quoD i-oem. 

CCn ab e 6 CitL 6 inbaifiT) i cConatlcuib in aice baite ui 

bhaoijiH poii|iai|^e in ait T>iaecep|^Racaboca, acuy nie|xj[iin 

j;ti|iab e gan aihafiuy^.] 

117)11 noccaDh 6 Chill moi|X •oitfiuib, 

Ulcan mac Orechcaish, . . . . . 

[l1iT)e uicam 8. T)eclani.] 
Ulraii TTlaighTii'Dbe, ..... 

22 "Oec. 
27 au5. 

9 CCug. 
17 Ian. 

14 Tllai\. 

1 Mar, KL — This, perhaps, signifies " in Mariani Kalendario :" although in Mr. 
Curry's transcript of the Kalendar of Marian O'Gorman, the name is written UasaUle, In 
the text, p. 220 mproy the name is written Usailh. Aiixil, a latinized form of the name. 



Three sons of Diomma, of Tech-mao-Diomma, 

Three sons of Earc, of Darmhagh, 

Toccomrachty virgin, of Conmaicne, 


Tocha son of Cuan, 

Tola, bishop, of Disert-Tola, 

Toman, bishop, 

Toman, of Mungairet, . 

Toman, priest, . 

Tomas, of Druim-cucce, 

Toma, . 

Tomein, successor of Patrick, 


Tonuach, bishop, 

Torannan, abbot of Bennchor, 




Toit, of Inis-Toito, 

Trosccan, of Anl-Brecain, 

Tuan, of Tamlacht, 

1 Nov, 
12 Nov. 

11 Jun. 

17 Aug. 
27 Nov. 
30 Mar. 

18 Mar. 
26 Jul. 
30 Nov. 

4 Dec. 
22 Apr. 
10 Jan. 

15 Oct. 
21 Jul. 

12 Jun. 

16 JuL 

16 Oct 

17 Jun. 
7 Sept. 

12 Jun. 
1 Apr. 


Uachall, ....... 

Uassaille, bishop, ...... 

[son of Ua Bliaird, who, in Mar. KI.,^ is called Osaillc, which is the same. 
Is it he that was abbot of CiU O mBaird in Conaille (i.e. Cinei Conailt}, 
near Bally Ui BhaoighQl, a good pariah of the diocese of Rath-botha: 
and I think that it was he without doubt] 

Udhnochtadh, of Cill-mor-dithribh, ... 
Ultan son of Etechtach, . . . . . 

[Sec the Life of St. Declan.] 
Ultan, of Maghnidh, ...... 

22 Dec 
27 Aug. 

9 Aug. 
17 Jan. 

U Mar. 

occurs in Mar. Gonn., and Auxilinus in the Mart. Tanil., at lOth of March. Sw, Colgnn, 
Actt. SS. p. i}o7. (T.) 


clccR wa mccRT;a:TiLoise. 

Ulccm mac Cam, • 


UUxm b|vachai|x pn|\ixi, 

Ulccm rhac TTluoilqfnecca, 

Ulcan mac CCeT)h5ein, 

Ulrom, • 



Ulcan 6 Choiicaigh, 

Ulran mac CCfiaiDi, 

Ulcan 6 Chill moift 'Dir|itiib, 

UlTXxn 6 CC|\'DbfiecaiTi, 

[UiT)e miTiacijlani -oe clapfe |nin)nie|iy»a in uica "Declani ctiitif 
T)i|xnpulo Ulcano ibiT)«ni a|xjp,ibicti|v.] 

Ulcan Infi 'oaimh, . 

Ulcan rtja 6 Oiigh t^aa, 



Ui-oTifiin "Ojiomma Diieff , 

UiT)Tifiin mac Ua buacalla, 

UinT)ic Tuighneca, . 

Uiffeoic 6 "Oixuim Uiffeoic, 

Uai|\o ai|XT)epfcop CCcha cliarh, 

[U. Uipx)n .1. Pefton.] 
[Uilliam 6 t^inT)fbn5e, 

4 CCp|x. 
16 CCpix. 

27 apfu 
1 mat. 

24 mat. 
1 Int. 

3 lal. 

10 lal. 

12 lul. 

13 lul. 
9 auj. 

4 Sepc, 

7 Seffc. 
22 rioa. 
22 X>ec. 

22 -Dec. 
21 ecus. 
18 Veb. 
15 "Dec. 

25 CCu^. 

28 luU 

8 mai. 

23 rion.] 

Pni^^ Tx/n IDa^iraiilaic, 19 CCp^xil 1630 i ccontietnr b]\aca|\ 
X)uin na njall, fto nonnfgnax) acii]" fio q\iocnai5hecr6. 



Ultan son of Caiti, 

Ultan, . 

Ultan brother of Fursa^ 

Ultan son of Maoltsnechta, 

Ultan son of Aedhgen, 




Ultan, of Corcach, 

Ultan son of Araidi, 

Ultan, of Cill-mor-dithribh, 

Ultan, of Ard-Brecain, 

[See the miracle of the fleet that was sunk, in the Life of Dedaiii to 
whose dlaciple Ultan it is there ascribed.] 

Ultan, of Inisdaimb, . 
Ultan Tna, of Tech-Tua, 

Uidhrin, of Druim-dress, 
Uidhrin son of Ua Buachalla, 
Uindic, of Tuighnetba, 
Uisseoit, of Druim-Uisseoit, 

Wiro, archbishop of Ath-cliath, 
[or Viron, that is, Feron.] 

[WiUiam, of Tindsbidh, 

4 Apr. 
16 Apr. 
27 Apr. 

1 May. 
24 May. 

1 Jul. 

3 Jul. 

10 JuL 

12 Jul. 

13 Jul. 

9 Aug. 
4 Sept 

7 Sept. 
22 Nov. 

22 Dec. 

22 Dec. 

21 Aug. 
18 Feb. 

15 Dec. 

25 Aug. 
28 Jul. 

8 May. 

23 Nov.] 

End of the Martyrology 19 April, IG30. In the Convent of Friars 
of Dun-na-nGall it was begun and finished. 


2 I 




All the primary names, that is, those of the saints whose commemo- 
rations occur in the preceding Martjrologj, whether from the original or 
supplemental hand, are printed in Roman letter, and to each the day of 
the festival is annexed, together with the number of the page where it is 
to be found, which, to prevent confusion, is within brackets. The name 
of the saint is accompanied^ when thej are given in the work, by those 
of father or mother, and of church or region, together with the personal 
designation, which is denoted by an abbreviation. In cases where many 
individuals bear the same name, as, for instance, Colman, which is repeated 
above a hundred times, those are placed first whose parentage is recorded ; 
next, those whose churches only are mentioned ; then those who have 
a special epithet, — each group in the secondary order of their additions, 
respectively ; after these, such as have an oflBicial title only ; and, lastly, 
those who have no distinctive mark. 

The secondaries, that is, the names of clerics or laymen who have no 
commemoration in this Martyrology, but occur in the text, or Notes, or 
Table, are printed in Italics, with the saint's name in parenthesis, under 
whose head each a[>pears, or the number of the note, and the number of 
the page. These references are generally grouped at the end of each 

Thus this Index serves as an Alphabetical Calendar of the Saints of 
Ireland, as well as a guide to the Martyrology ; and the inquirer can, at 
a glance, ascertain the parentage, church, degree, and festival-day of any 
individual concerning whom such or any of them are recorded. 

The abbreviations employed in this Index are : — 

A. Abbot. 
All. Anchorite. 
Ab. Abltesn. 

B. Bishop. 

C. Confe<isor. 

D. Deacon. 
(1. daughter. 
K. King. 

P. Priest. 

Pm. Pilgrim. 

n. son. 

M. Martyr. j V. Virgin, 

n. note. = LAtin equivalent. 

2 i2 



The primaries, that is, the names of the churches or districts, which mre 
directly associated in the Martyrologj with the names of the saints, are 
accompanied by those names in Italic letter, and the numbers of the 
pages. With these are given such topographical additions as occur in the 
text. These additions and all other local names are regarded as second- 
aries, and are also accompanied by the saints* names under which thej 
are found, together with the pagination ; but may be easily distinguished 
by their having the saints' names in brackets. The student is thus 
furnished with the ready means, as far as the substance of the work 
provides, of ascertaining the patron and situation of each cborch, as well 
as the various churches which exist in any region or province. 


This Index contains such words as do not come under tbe preceding 
classes, and the references are to the primary saints' names, and the 
numbers of the pages. The Introduction with its Appendix is indicated 
by IfUr,^ and its pagination in Roman numerals. 



Aazanu8, i.e. Assan, 355. 
Abban mac Ua Corbmaic, of Magharna- 

idhe, Mar. 16 (77) ; disciples of, (Becan) 

139, (Dalbhach) 283 ;=Pr8egratU8, 355. 
Abdia s. of Uoda, Not. 8 (299) ;=Abdia8, 

Acoobhran, of Cill-ruis, Jan. 28 (29) ; or 

Ocoobhran=De8ideria8, 355. 
Accobhran s. of Bochra, of Achadh- 

raithin, Nov. 28(321). 
Adamnan, s. of Ronan, A. of la, Sep. 23 

(255) ; shrine of, (Cillen) 185 ; (Colum- 

cille) 159,(Mochonna) 127,(Oi88en) 117. 
Adhomair, i.e. Audomara, 23 Sep. (355). 
Aebhfhinn, d. of A.inmire, (EnJa) 83. 
Aedh s. of Brec, May 4 (121). 
Aedh s. of Brec, B. of Ciil-air, Nov. 10 

(303), Nov. 16 (311) ; Tnir, xli. No. 18. 
Aedh s. of Corbmac, May 10 (125). 
Aedh s. of Feradhach, Feb. 12 (47). 
Aedh s. of Roi, of Foibren, Nov. 1 (293). 
Aedh s. of Senach, Sep. 22 (253). 
Aedh, B., Jan. 4 (7). 
Aedh, or Maccarthinn, B. of Clocliar, 

Aug. 15 (219). 
Aedh, B. of Lis-gabhail, Jan. 25(27). 
Aedh, B. of Slebhte, Feb. 7 (41). 
Aedh, D. of Cnil-maine, Jul. 10 (193). 
Aedh, D. of Cuil-maine, Aug. 31 (231). 
Aedh, of Echaradh, April 11 (101). 
Aedh, of Lenichoill, Dec. 19 (343). 

Aedh, M. in Uairseburg, Jul. 8 (191). 

Aedh, June 27 (181). 

Aedh, Oct. 6 (269). 

Aedh, the Seven Sons of, Dec. 20 (343). 

Aedh, (Aedh) 269. 

Aedh s. of Ainmire, (Maedhog) 101, 

(Mobhi) 275, (Mothoria) 165. 
Aedh, See Cuimmin Foda. 
Aedh. See Maedhog. 
Aedh Diamhan, s. of, (Faithlenn) 147. 
Aedh Glas, B. of Rath-na-nepscop, Feb. 

16 (51). 
Aedh Glastuir, Oct. 29 (287). 
Aedh Oilein, Apr. 7 (97). 
Aedhach mac Ua Elich, Apr. 9 (99). 
Aedban s. of A(>nghu8, of CiU-mor- 

aedhain, Nov. 2 (293). 
Aedhan s. of Colga, of Lann-abhaich, 

Nov. 6 (299). 
Aedhan s. of Couchradh, of Cluain-eidh- 

nech, Nov. 21 (315). 
Aedhan s. of Dcigill, of Ciuain-finn- 

abhrach, and CilMlinleith, Jan. 1 (3). 
Aedban s. of Lughar, B. of luis-cathaigh 

and Inis-medhcoit, Aug. 31 (231), Intr, 

xlvi. No. 36. 
Aedhan s. of Mellan, Aug. 7 (213). 
Aedhan s. of Oissin, Sep. 20 (253). 
Aedhan mac Ua Duibhne, Apr. 8 (99). 
Aedhan mac Ua Chuinn, Oct. 8 (271). 
Aedhan, of Cill-aedhain, Apr. 1 (93). 
Aedhan, of Cluain-cairpre, Aug. 3 (211). 



Aedhan, of Cluain-dartaighe, Feb. 12 (47). 
Aedhan, of Cluain-domhuil, Jun. 2(143). 
Aedhan, of Cluain-maelain, Mar. 20 (81). 
Aedhan, of Doire-bnichaisi, Mar. 29 (89). 
Aedhan, B. of Lis-mor, Mar. 16 (77). 
Aedhan, of Lis-mor, Jul. 19 (197). 
Aedhan Amlonn, Sep. 4 (237). 
Aedhan Dubh, Jun. 17 (173). 
Aedhan Ingeldi, of Magh-eo, Oct. 20 

Aedhan Mor, Dec. 25 (349). 
Aedhan, Aug. 27 (229). 
Aedhan, Oct. 12 (275). 
Aedhan, a. of Lughar, (Aedhan) 229. 
Aedhan, s. of Gabhran, K., (Molaisi) 105. 
Aedhan, (Samat) 119. 
Aedhech, Apr. 6 (97). 
Aedhgein, of Ard-Ionain, Dec. 18 (341) 
Acdhgein, R, A. of Fobhar, May 1 (117). 
Aedhlugh s. of Camman, A. of Cluain- 

raic-nois, Feb. 26 (57). 
Aedhlugh, of Eridh-cassain, Jan. 28 (29). 
Aedhnat d. of Loichen, Nov. 9 (303). 
Aeldobhar, Nov. 19 (313). 
Aenghus, i.e. Buaidhbeo, A. of Cill-mor, 

Nov. 17 (313). 
Aenghus, or Mac Nisi, R of Condeire, 

Jan. 20 (23), 359. 
Aenghus, B. of Druim-ratha, Feb. 18 

(53), 359. 
Aenghus, B. of Rath-na-nepscop, Feb. 16 

Aenghus Aine, of Cill-mor, Nov. 17 (313). 
Aenghus Ua hEblen, Cele-de, Mar. 11 

(73), 369. 
Aenghus B. of Aedh, 168 n. 1. 
Aenghus s. of Crimthann, (Ciaran) 241. 
Aenghus s. of Mogh Nuadhat, (Brighit) 69. 
Aenghus s. of Nadfraech, (Lughaidh) 295, 

(Carthach) 65, (Ck>ln]an) 193, 207, 

(Faelan) 176. 
Aenghus Osraighe, race of, (Ciaran) 63. 
Aenghus, the daughters of. See Daughters 

of Aenghus. 
Aenghus. See Maccridhe. 
Aenghus, See Mac-Nissi. 

Aenahui. See Mac- Tail. 

Aonna Ua Laighsigh, A. of Cluain-mic- 

nois, Jan. 20 (2/>). 
Aenua or Aenghus, (Aenghus) 23. 
Agatan, of Disert-agatain, Jan. 12 (167), 

=Agathanus, 356. 
Aghna, V., of Druim-da-dhart, May 22 

Aghna, d. of Eoghan,V., May, 18 (188), 

Agilbert, 179 n. 2. 
Aichech, Apr. 23 (109). 
Aidan, See Aedhan. 
Aidhbe, B., A. of Tir-da-glas, May 24 

AifTen, of Cill-aiffein, Jun. 3, (145). 
Aighlenn d. of Lenin, (Colman) 265. 
Ailbhe s. of Ronan, Jan. 30 (81). 
Ailbhe, B.oflmlech-ibhair, Sep. 12(247), 

(Eoghan) 77, (Finnchu) 317, pupil of, 

216 n. 2. 
Ailell, s. of Seigen, Jun. 25 (179). 
Ailell, B. of Ard-macha, Jan. 13 (15), 

=EuIalius, 861. 
Ailell, B. of Ard-macha, Jul. 1 (185). 
Ailell, of Cluain-emain, 184 n. I. 
AileU, of Magh-bile, 114 n. 1. 
Ailell, the sons of. See Sons of AilelL 
Ailell, of Mucnamh. See Helias. 
Ailtin, B., V., of Cill-insi, Nov. I (291). 
Ainbhthen, V., Jan. 2 (6). 
Ainchi, Sep. 19 (253). 
Ainmire, of Ailech, Jun. 10 (165). 
Ainmire, of Cluain-foda, Sep. 15 (249). 
Ainmh-e, A. of Rath-nuadha, Nov. 2 

Ainmire, of Ros-ua-cfaonna, Sep. 25 (259). 
Ainmire s. of Ronan, (Enda) 83. 
Airechtach, of Inis-mor, Jan. 15 (17). 
Aireid, P., Aug. 26 (229). 
Airennan mac Ui Oidhibh, F^b. I (37). 
Airennan, B. of Tamhlacht, Feb. 10 (45). 
Aireran. See Ereran. 
Airinne, the Pious, of Brediinhagfa, Sep. 

80 (263). 
Aithbe, Apr. 4 (95). 



Aithche, V., of Cill-Aithche, Jan. 16(17). 

AUhffhein, i.e. Corbmac, of Both-domh- 

naigh, 361. 
Aithmet, B. of Clochar, Feb. 2 (37). 
Aithmet, grandson of, (Aedb) 281. 
AUhnerMf of CiU>aithnenn, 361. 
AlbinuM Flaccus^ 7 n. 3. 
AmadevSf or Cairthiniosa, 13 n. 2. 
Amarma, regina Gothorum, 190 n. 1. 
Ambrose, A, Irish correladre, (Onchu) 43. 
Ambalgaidh s. of Eochaidh, Jon. 9 (165). 
Amhalgaidh, Jan. 28 (9d),=Amalg7tha8, 

Amhalgaidh s. of Fiachra, race of, (Maedh- 

og) 33. 
Amphadan, B. of Glenndaloch, Jan. 1 1 

(13),=Amphianns, 355. 
Ana, v., of Cloain-grenach, Jan. 18 (21). 
A m2reir,S.,Irish correlative,(Coliim c ) 1 53. 
Ane, or Ani, V., (Ann) 207. 
Anfadhan, of Roo-cre, Dec. 1 9 (343). 
Anfadhan, of Boa-lngite, Dec. 83 (346). 
Anfadhan, Sep. 16 (251). 
Anghas d. of Bresal, V., of Croach-ang- 

hais, Nov. 12, (307). 
Ann^ i.e. Ema, V., (Ann) 807. 
Ann Erentmdis, JaL 31 (207). 
Anthony, S„lTiBh. conrelatiTe,(Feichin) 23. 
Aodhf and compounds. See Aedh. 
Arenanus, Jan. 5 (7). 
Art 8. of Conn, (Lonan) 291. 
Artcorb, race oi, (Forannan) 1 15, (Hero- 

naaca) 125. 
Aruin, B. of Cinain-caein, Aug. 1 (209); 

=Aron, 355. 
Asnad, V. See Osnat. 
Assan, Apr. 27 (113),=:Aazanu8, 355. 
Atabnffui, (Aedlugh) 359. 
Athcain, of C^lpthai, Jun. 16 (171). 
Athracht, V., of Cill-saile, Aug. 1 1 (217> 
Audomara, See Adhomair. 
Augustin, S., of Hippo, Irish correUtiye, 

(Lon) 236. 
AugustMf S,,of Canterbury, Irish correUu 

tire, (Bairre) 259. 

Auxiliuij B., companion of S. Patrick, 

Sep. 16 (361). 
AuxUiugy 205 n. 5. 
AzentiOf or Easconn, 314 n. 1. 


Baedan s. of Brecan, Nov. 29 (323). 
Baedan Mor s. of Lughaidh, A. of Inis. 

mor, Jan. 14 (15); (Mochua) 813. 
Baedan^ of Cluain-an-dobhair, (Mobaei) 

Baedan. See Baetan. 
Baeghlach, Pm., (Baethallach) 267. 
Baeithin s. of AUa, of Cluain-da-en, Oct. 

6 (269). 
Baeithin s. of Cuana, B. of Tech-baeithin, 

Feb. 19 (53), 363. 
Baeithin s. of Finnach, of Inls-baithin, 

May 22 (137). 
Baeithin s. of Neamhnann, Jan. 12 (15). 
Baeithin, A. of la, Jun. 9 (163). 
Baeithin, of Les, Oct. 15 (277). 
Baeithin, Clareinech, Jan. 29 (31). 
Baeithin, Jan. 9 (11). 
Baeithin, Oct 12 (275). 
Baeithin s. of Lughaidh, (Mochua) 813. 
Baetan, mac Ua Corbmaic, A. of Ciuain- 

mic-nois. Mar. 1 (61). 
Baetan, of Monu, Mar. 23 (85). 
Baetan, brother of Corbmac (Baetan) 86. 
Baetan. See Baedan. 
Baeth, son of, (Laidhgcnn) 15. 
Baethallach, B. of Ath-truim, Oct 5 (867). 
Baethan, or Baithin, s. of Maenan, of 

Lann4eire, Jun. 18 (173),=Juyencus, 

Baethan, or Buadan, s. of Colman, Feb. 6 

(39), = JuTcncus, 363. 
Baethan, the sons of. See Sons of Bae- 
Baethghus, Nor. 30 (323). 
Bairre, B. of Corcach, Sep. 25 (269), dis* 

cipies o^ (Caeichu) 257, (Modhiommog) 

63, (Muadan) 65, (Nessan) 325, (Sgui- 

thin) 5, (TaUnach) 59, 114 n. 1. 



Bairrfhinn s. of Aedh,of Achadh-chaillten, 

Nor. 8 (299). 
Bairrf hinn s. of Ernin, Sep. 22 (?53). 
Bairrf hinn, B. of Draim-cuilinn and Cill- 

bairrf hinn, May 21 (135). 
Bairrf hinn, of Inis-doimlile, Jan. 30 (31). 
Bairrfhinn, B.. Mar. 16 (^77). 
Bairrf hinn, Jul. I (165). 
Bairrfhinn, Nov. 13 (309). 
Sairrjhinn Mitine B. of Moiredhach, 

(Bairrfhinn) 31. 
Baithin. See Baethan. 
Balloin, of Tech Saxan, Sep. 3 (363). 
Banban, B. of Lethglinn, Not. 26 (319). 
Banban, P., May 1 (1 17),=PorceIIu8, 363. 
Banban, Sage, May 9 (123). 
Banban, B^ Dec. 3 (325). 
Banban s. of Donnghal, (Banban) 1 17. 
Banbhnat, Jul. 23 (199). 
Banbhnat, V., Aug. 11 (217). 
Baodan, See Baedan. 
Baoithin, See Baeithin. 
Baotan. See Bactan. 
Barachianusj ie. Berchan, 365. 
BflrachiaSt i.e. Berach, 365. 
Barran, V., of CiU-mor>dithribh, Aug. 9 

Bartholomewy S,, Irifih correlatiye, (Bren- 

ainn Birra) 321. 
Bascia, V., Apr. 13 (101). 
Beanus, B. of Aberdeen, (Mophiog) 337. 
Beatus, i.e. Beoaedh, 365. 
Becan b. of Cula, of Imlech-fiaich, Apr. 

6 (95). 
Becan the Blind, of Cenn-8ai]e,Feb.26 (59.) 
Becan, of Cluain, Apr. 26 (111). 
Becan, of Cluain-aird-mobecog, May 26 

(139), 365. 
Becan Ruim, Mar. 17 (81). 
Becan s. of Eoghan, (Becan) 139. 
Becan, (Luchair) 347. 
Becc, See Beg. 

Becga d. of Gabhran, V., Feb. 10 (45). 
Becnat d. of Clan, (Finan Cam) 97. 
Beda, Irish correlatiye, (Buite) 329. 
Beg s. of D^, prophet, Oct. 12 (273). 

Beg Bile a. of Tighemach, Oct. 12 (275). 

Began s. of Saran, Aug. 17 (221). 

Began, Aug. 17 (221). 

Begya^ or Becgha, 365. 

Begmarcach Ua Becce, of Maigliin, Aug. 

1 (209). 
Bel-na-psalm. See Finntain. 
Benedict, 5., Irifih correlatiye, (Finntain) 

Benen, See Benignus. 
Benignufi, i.e. Benen, son of Sescneo, 

Primate of Ard-macha. Not. 9 (301). 
Beoaedh, B. of Ard-cama, Mar. 6 (71), 

=BeatUB, 365. 
Beoaedh the Carpenter, (Ciaran) 241. 
Beoaedh, (Donnan) 217. 
Beoan s. of Libren, Dec. 3 (325),=yitall- 

anuB, 365. 
Beoan s. of NesBan, B. of Fidh-chuillinn, 

Aug. 8 (2l3),=yitalianu8, 365. 
Beoan, B. of Tamlacht-menainn, Oct. 26 

(285),=VitalianuB, 365. 
Beoan, fifiherman, (Muirghein) 29. 
Beoan, or Dabheog, 157 n. 5. 
Beog, Oct. 25 (285). 
Beog, or Dabheog, (Colum c) 167. 
Beoghain, A. of Maghbile, Jul 27 (203). 
Beoghna, A. of Bennchar, Aug. 22 (227). 
Beoin, V., Feb. 1 (37). 
Beologo, P., of Cluain-dartadha, Feb. 12 

Berach, A. of Bennchar, Apr. 21 (107). 
Berach, A. of Cluain-coirpthe, Feb. 15 

(49), (Daigh) 223, (Midhabhair) 57, 

=Barrachia8, 365. 
Berach, Old. See Sen-Berach. 
Berchan, of Cluain-aedha-aithmet, Jon. 6 

Berchan, of Cluain-caoi, May 24 (139X 

=Barachianu8, 365. 
Berchan, of CluainH9osta, Aug. 4 (211). 
Berchan, B. of Cluain-sosta, Dec. 4 CS27X 

Intr, xxxii. No. 3, zli. No. 19. 

Berchan, of Echdruim-brecain, ICaj 7 

Berchan, of IniB-rochla, Nov. 24 (317). 



Berchan Aego, Apr. 10 (99). 

Berchan, See Mobhi Clareinech. 

Beretchert, of Tulach-leis, Dec. 6 (327). 

Berr, Dec. 22 (345). 

Berran, Jul. 11 (193). 

Beyn^ B. of Murthlachf 338 n. 2. 

Bigill, of Tulach, Nov. 1 (293). 

Bigsech, V., of Cill-big«ighe, Jun. 28 (183). 

Birin, Dec 3 (325). 

Birstan. See Bristan. 

BUhop MacCainne, of Ath-da-laarg, Dec 

1 (325). 
Bishops, the Seven, of Aelmhaffh, Aug. 23 

Bishops, the Seven, of Cill-tidil, Nov. 1 

Bishops, the Seven, of Cluain-cua, Oct. 3 

Bishops, the Seven, of Tamhnach-buadha, 

Jul. 21 (197). 
Bishops, the Seven, of Tech-na-comairce, 

May 28(141). 
Bite, of Inis-cumscraigh, Jul. 29 (205). 
Biteus, i.e. Mobiu, A. of Inis-cuinscraigh, 

Jul. 22 (199). 
Blaan, B. of Cenn-garadh, Aug. 10 (215), 

(Catan) 37, 367. 
Blaan, son of, (Colum) 233. 
Blath, V. of Cluain-grenach, Jan. 18 (21). 
Blath, v., Jan. 29 (3J),=Flora, 367. 
Bkthmac s. of Flann, Jul. 24 (201),=Flo- 

rigenius or Fiorus, 367. 
Blathmac, Dec. 1 1 (333). 
Bochra, Three Sons of, Nov. 28 (321). 
BoetiuSf or Boethius, B., 150 n. 1, 158 n. 

3. See Buite. 
Bogha, v., of Leitir, Jan. 22 (25). 
Boich, Master, Nov. 24 (317). 
Boite mac Bronaigh, 1 58 n. 3. 
Bolcan, of CiU-cuile, Jul. 4 (187). 
Bolcan, B., Feb. 20 (55). 
Boniface^ pope, Irish correlative, (Molaisi) 

Bracameoc, (Dabheog) 3, (Diraidh) 205, 

(Dubhan) 47, (Mobheog) 201, (Mocbon- 

og) 343, (Moghorog) 347. 

Bracan, of Ros-tuirc, Sep. 17 (251). 

Bracan s. of Bracameoc, (Dabheog) 3. 
(Diraidh) 205, (Dubhan) 47, (Mobheog) 
201, (Mochonog) 343, (Mochorog) 347. 

Bran Beg, of Claenadh, May 18 (133). 

Brandubh s. of Maenach, B., Jun. 3 (145). 

Brandubh, of Loch-muinremhair, Feb. 6 

Brandubh J B., (Brandubh) 41. 

Breacy and compounds. See Brec. 

Brecan, B. of Ard-brecain, Dec. 6 (327). 

Brecan, of Cill-mor-dithruibh, Aug. 9 

Brecan, B., of Cluain-catha and Ard* 
brecain, Jul. 16 (195). 

Brecan, B. of Magh-bile, Apr. 29 (113). 

Brecan, or Bercan, of Echdruim-brecain, 
(Berchan) 121. 

Brecan, Oct. 12 (275). 

Brecan, of Ara and Cill-Brecain, (Brecan) 

Brecc Fele, of Belach-fele, Jan. 15 (17> 

Breccan, B., May 1 (117). 

Brcccan, B., Dec. 1 (325). 

Brecnat, V., Jul. 3. (187). 

Brelach. s. of Fithchellach, Feb. 17 (53). 

Brenainn, A. of Birra, Nov. 29 (321); 
mother of, (Maelruain) 189, (Brenainn) 
131, a prophet, (Berchan) 327, prophecy 
by, (Col. c.) 159, (Ciaran), 65. 

Brenainn, A. of Cluain-ferta, May 16 
(129), brother of, (Domaingen) 113, ni- 
ter of, (Brigh) 9, (Brighit) 35. 

Brenainn, of Dniim-liag, Dec. 1 (325). 

Brenainn, of Etarcluain, Dec 13 (335). 

Brenainn, of Fobhar, JuL 27 (203). 

Brenainn, of Glas-da-colptha, Nov. 3 

Brenainn, of Tethbhath, Dec. 8 (331). . 

Brenainn, Jan. 9 (11). 

Brenainn, May 8 (123). 

Brenainn, Nov. 1 (291). 

Brendan, See Brenainn. 

Bresal. of Derthach, May 18 (133). 

Bresal s. of Fergus, (Becan) 95, 97. 

BreMl Brec, race of, 51 n. 3, (Ere) 287. 



Brian 8. of Eochaidh Muighmedhoin, 
race of, (Bairre) 259, (Bench) 49, 
(Diochu) 115, (Etaoin) 187, (Finan) 
49, (Finan) 267, (Finnchu) 317, (Mael- 
dnbh) 279, (Midhabhair) 57, (Molua) 

Bricin, of Tnaim-drecain, Sep. 5 (237). 

Brigh, v., of Cill-muine,Nov. 12 (807). 

Brigh, of Coirpre, Jan. 7 (9). 

Brigh d. of Forannan, (Lnightigern) 113. 

Brigh, sister of Brenainn, (Brigh) 9. 

Brighit d. of Domma, Feb. 7 (41). 

Brighit d. of Diomman, Maj 21 (135). 

Brighit d. of Leinin, of Cill-inghen-Leinin, 
Mar. 6 (69). 

Brighit, v., As. of Cill-dara, Feb. I (35); 
descent of; (Deglan) 201 ; kindred of, 
(Finnbharr) 187; Yeiled,(MaccaiUe) 111; 
burial, (Col. c) 151 ; prophecy of, (Col. 
c.) 157 ; biographer of, (Ultan) 237 ; 
lector of, (Nadfraech)331 ; (Fcichin) 23. 

Brighit, of Cluain-ai, Aug. 13 (219). 

Brighit, of Moin-miolain, Mar. 9 (73). 

Brighit, Mar. 9 (73). 

Brighit, Sep. 30 (263). 

Briostan. See Bristan. 

Bristan, or Birstan, B., Nov. 4 (297). 

Brittan, of Rath, May 19 (135). 

Briuinsech Cael d. of Crimhthann, V., of 
Magh-trea, May 29 ( 1 4 1 ),=Buriena, 369. 

Brocadh, Aug. 14(219). 

Brocan. See Brogan. 

Brocsech, son of, (Maelruain) 189. 

Brodna. See Finnbharr. 

Brogudh, of Imlech.brogadha, JuL 9(191). 

Brogan s. of Enna, Jan. 1 (3). 

Brogan s. of Senan, Apr. 9 (99). 

Brogan, of Ciuain-mic-Feig, Jun. 6 (147). 

Brogan, of lomdan, Aug. 25 (227). 

Brogan, of Maethail, Jul. 8(191). 

Brogan, or Brocan, Jun. 27 (181). 

Brogan s. of Lughaidh, 219, n. 6. 

Brogan Claen, (Ultan) 237. 

Broigsech d. of Dailbronach, (Brighit) 35, 
Intr. XXT. 

Broinfhimd. of Lugfana, (Lithghen) 19. 

Broinsech Brec, (Senach) 295. 

Bron, B. of Caiaeal-irrae, Jan. 8 (149). 

Bronach, V., of Glenn^echis, Apr. 2 (93) 

Bronach d. of Miliuc, (Colman) 8, (Col- 
man) 259, (Mochaei) 177. 

Bronach y son ot^ (Buite) 829. 

Bronchan,ofLethet, Sep. 30 (968). 

Brughach, B. of Rath-muighe-aenaigh, 
Nov. 1 (291),=Ho8pitiua, 369. 

Brughach s. of Sedna, Nov. 3 (297). 

Bruinseeh, Bee Briuinsech. 

Buachalla, mac. See RiachuilL 

Buadan. See Baethan, Buatan. 

Buaidlibheo, or Aenghus, of Cill-mor, Nor. 
17 (313). 

Buaidhbheo, Nov. 17 (313). 

Buatan, of Ethais-cruimm, Jan. 24 (27). 

Bughna, in Tir Bretan, Apr. 21 (107). 

Buite, or Boetius, B. of Mainistir, Dec 7 

Buite, Elevation of, Dec. 11 (333). 

Bvrienoy (Briuinsech) 369. 


CadimtSj or Caeide, 373. 

Caeide, of Domhnach-caeide, Oct. 25 

(283), (Caideus) 284 n. 2, 373, 875, 

Intr, xliii. No. 22. 
Caeilfhinn, or Caellainn, Feb. 3 (39). 
CaeUfhinn d. of Cael, (Caeilfhinn) 39. 
CaeUtighem d. of Caemhlogfaa, (Dagan) 

Caeimell d. of Cennfhinnain, (Caemhan) 

Caeimhe, of Cill-caeimhe, Nov. 2 (295), 

=Pulcheria, 373. 
Caeimhghen, A. of Glenndaloch, Jon. S 

(143), brother of, (Caemhan) 297, (Nat- 

chaeimhe) 117, mother d^ (Caemhan) 

169, (Caemhog) 199. 
Caeimhghen, A., May U (186). 
Caeimhghen Brec, Oct. 16 (279). 
Caeimhsech, of Dennach-chiiile-GacniUL 

Nov. 80 (323). 
Caeine, of Cill-caehie, 94 n. 1. 



Caeinnet, Apr. 24 (111). 

Gael d. of Mac laar, V.^of Cill na-ninghen, 

Oct. 26 (285).=C<Bliu8, 373. 
Gael Graibhdeach, Nov. 10 (303). 
Cael. See Gruimhther CaeL 
Gaelan, of Gill-eo, Jan. 30 (183). 
Gaelan, of Doire, Jan. 1 9 (175),=G<BlianuB, 

Gaelan, of Echinis, Sep. 25 (259> 
Gaelan, of Inis-celtra, Jal. 29 (205). 
Gaelau, of Tech-na-manach, Oct. 29(287). 
Gaelan, Jol. 25 (203). 
Caelan, of Aendroim. See MochaeL 
Gaelbadh, of Gill-caelbaidh, Aag. 21 (227). 
Gaelbadh, the Sons of, Apr. 24 (111). 
Gaelcha, of Loi-airthir, Sep. 24 (257), 

=Golcha8, 373. 
Caekhu 8. of Gael, (Gaelchu) 257. 
OBUawus, or Gaelan, 373. 
Caellainn, See Gaeilfinn. 
Caemell d. of Gennf hinnain, (Gaeimh- 

S:hcn) 143, (Gaemhog) 199, (Natch- 

aeimhe) 117. 
Gaemh, V., of Gill-caeimhe, Apr. 4 (95). 
Gaemhan s. of Daighre, Aug. 14 (2)9). 
Gaemhan, of Ard-caemhain, Jan. 12 (169). 
Gaemban, of Enach-traim, Nor. 3 (297). 
Gaemhan, of Magh>macdodon, Feb. 22 

Gaemhan, of Ros-croithnechain, Dec. 18 

Gaemhan, the holy. Mar. 18 (81). 
Gaemhan, or Gommanus, Feb. 14 (49),= 

Pulcherias, 373. 
Gaemhan, Mar. 14 (77). 
Gaemhan, Jan. 7 (149). 
Gaemhan, Sep. 16 (251). 
Gaemhan, Oct. 16 (279). 
Gaemhan Brec, of Bos-^u^, Sep. 14 (249). 
Caemhan Brec, (Mac Nlasi) 233, ( Aenghas) 

359, 373 ; confoaion regarding, 232 n. 2. 
Caemhan, Pm., of Gill-diaemhain, (Dab- 

heog) 3. 
Caemhghell, V., Sep. 19 (253). 
Gaemhlach, of Raithin, Nor. 3 (297). 
Caemhhgh, (Dagan) 247. 

Ctiemhnaty (Baeithin) 53. 

Gaemhog, of Gill-insi, Nov. 1 (293),=Pul- 

cheria, 373. 
Gaemhog, Jul. 22 (199). 
Gaemhsa, V., Feb. 25 (57). 
Gaemnech, Sep. 13 (249). 
Caemnati 1 10 n. 2. 
Gaenchomhrac, of Disert-chinn-clair, Jan . 

Gaenchomhrac, B. of Inis-endaimh, Jul. 

23 (199). 
Gaenchomhrac, Sep. 6 (239). 
Gaenna, Not. 5 (299). 
Gaerlan, B. of Ard-macha, Mar. 24 (85). 
Gaeman, of Gill-chaemain, Jan. 3 1 (33). 
Gaeman, of Gluain-each, Apr. 28(113). 
Gaeti, B., of Domhnach-caeidhe, Oct. 24 

(283), 375. 
Caeite, i.e. Gaeide, of Domhnach-caeide, 

284 n. 2. 
Caidan. See GaidinuB. 
Gaideus, or Gaidocua, of Domhnach-caeide, 

Oct. 25 (285), 283 n. 3. 
Caidinus, 282 n. 2, 284. See Gaeide. 
Caidocus. See Gaoide, Gaideus. 
CaWech, i.e. Galixtus, or Gillus, 37 1 . 
Gaillin s. of Niatach, B. of Fiodnacha, 

Not. 13 (307), (Gol. c.) 157. 
Gaimene, the Sons of, Sept. 1 (233). 
Gaimin, of Inis-celtra, Mar. 24 (85). 
Caindeach. See Gainnech. 
Camer, of Gluain-da-sailech, (Mochua) 

2 1 3, (Senchan) 33 1 . See Gainner. 
Gainnech s. of Bochra, of Achadh-raithen, 

Not. 28 (321). 
Gainnech s. of Ua Ghil, P., Jan. 31 (33). 
Gainnech, A. of Achadh-bo, Oct. li (271), 

(Mobhi) 275. 
Gainnech, Jan. 23 (25). 
Gainnech,theDaughten of,of Magh-lacha, 

Sep. 24 (257). 
Gainneoc, May 15 (129). 
Gainner d. of Gaelan, of Rinn hAUaidh, 

Not. 5 (299). 
Gainner d. of Gruithnechan, at Gill- 

chuilinn, Jan. 28 (29). 



Cairbre, pilgrim, s. ofDiina,(Dabheog)3. 
Cairbre, the daughters of, 17 n. 5. 
Cairbre Bascaoiny race of, (Senan) 61. 
Cairbre Crom, (Sgeallan) 101. 
Cairbre Musc^ race of, (Finan) 97. 
Cairbre Riada, race of, (Agatan) 167, 

(Berchan) 327, (Colman) 191, (Mo- 

chuille) 169, (Torannan) 167. 
Cairbre, See Cairpre. 
Caireach Dergain, V., of Cluain-bolriDn, 

Feb. 9 (43). 
Caireach d. of Conall Derg, (Caireach) 43. 
Cairell, B. at Tir-rois. Jun. 13 (169). 
Cairicin, or Ciricin, Nov. 3 (297), 
Cairinne, of Cill-cairinne, (Dabheog) 3. 
C&iriotan, of Druimlara, Mar. 7 (69). 
Caimech. B., Mar. 28 (89). 
Caimech, of Tuilen, May 16 (133). 
Caimech 8. of Saran, (Caimech) 89. 
Cairpre, B. of Cuil-raithin. Nov. 11 (305). 
Cairpre, B. of Magh-bile, May 3 (119). 
Cairpre, B., Nov. 1 (291). 
Cairpre Crom b. of Feradhach, B. of 

Cluain-mio-nois, Mar. 6 (67). 
Cairpre, See Cairbre. 
Cairlhiniosa^ ur Amadeus, 13 n. 2. 
Caissin s. of Neman, Mar. I (61). 
Caissin, V., of Druim-da-dbart, May 22 

Caissin^ of Dal-buain, (Caissin) 61. 
Calbh. See Cruimhther Calbh. 
Canan, Nov. I (293). 
Canan, P., Nov. 4 (297). 
Caoilfhinn. See Caeilfhiun. 
Caol, and compounds. See Cael. 
Caomhf and compounds. See Caemh. 
Caorlan, See Caerlan. 
Caoman, See Caernan. 
Carmnan, Jul. 20 (197). 
Carthach s. of Erbthaidh, B., Mar. 26 

Carthach, B. of Druim-fertain,Mar. 5(65). 
Carthach. See Mochuda. 
Carthach, (Ciaran) 65. 
Cas, of Bennchar, Apr. 26 (111). 
Cassan, of Cluain-ratha, Jun. 2U (176). 

Cassan, of lomdoal, Mar. 28 (89). 

Cassan, P., Jun. 4 (147). 

Cassan, Dec 3 (325). 
Cassan s. of Athracht, (Caasao) 89. 
Cassianus, martjrr, 325 n. 3. 
Catullus, i.e. Cathal, Cathchan, 371. 

Catan, tutor of Blaan, Feb. 1 (37),=Ca. 
thandus, 371. 

Catan, Dec. 12(335). 

Catan s. of Madan, (Catan) 37. 

Catha, Cruimhther. See Cmimhtber 

Cathaeir Mor, race of, (Beoan) 213, (Cai- 
min) 85, (Colum) 335, (CoL c.) 153, 
(Diarraaid) 189, (FedhUm) 331, (Fiacc) 
273, (Labhras) 309, (Laisren) 251, 
(Lithghein) 19, (Maedhog) 101, (Mo- 
chua) 213, (Moling) 171, (Seuach) 47, 
(Senchan) 331, (Sodealbh) 303, (Tig- 
hemach) 95, Will of, Intr. xxxiv. 
No. 7. 

Cathaldus, B. of Tarentum, May 10 (125). 

CathanduSf i.e. Catan, 371. 

Cathbhadh, Jul. I (IS5). 

Cathbhadh, Sep. 16 (251). 

Cathbhadh, the Daughter of, of Airidh- 
fota, Jul. 2(185). 

Cathbhadh, tlie Sons of, of Imlech, Dec. 

Cathbath, See Cathbhadh. 

Cathchan, B. of Rath-dertaighe, Mar. 20 

Cathub 8. of Fergus, B. of Achadb-dnn, 
Apr. 6 (97). 

Cele-clerech, B., in Uairseburg, Jul. 8 

Cele-cristjB. of Cill-cele-crist, Mar. 3 (63) 

CeUanus, or Kilian, 190 n. 1. 

Cellach s. of Dunchadh, Jul. 18 (197). 

Cellach, A. of Armagh, Apr. 1 (93). 

Cellach, D. of Glen-da-loch, Oct. ', (269), 
(Cellach) 93. 

Cellach s. of Connmach, (Cellach) 93. 

Cellach, or Celsus, 330 n. 2. 

Cellachan, of Cluain - tiprait, Sep. 24 



Cellachan, Apr. 22 (^109). 

Cellan s. of Flnan, Jun. 17 (173). 

Cellan UaFiachrach, May 1 (I] 7). 

Cellan, P., Oct. 8 (-271). 

Cellan, Nov. 17 (313). 

Celsus, B. of Ard-macha, Apr. 6 (97). 

Celsus, Jun. 19(175). 

Celsus, Jul. 26 (206). 

Celsus, Dec. 10 (331). 

Cekchars. of Uithechar, race of, (Colman) 

335, (Finnen) 333. 
Cenannan, Mar. 26 (89). 
Ceneu^ V., 270 n. 1. 

Cennfaeladh, A. of Bennchar, Apr. 8 (99). 
Cenn/hinnan 8. of Ceis, (Natchaeimhe) 

Cenmar, May 9 (123). 
Cera, of Magh-ascadh, Oct. 16 (279). 
Cera, V., of Kath-maointich, Feb. 6 (41). 
Cera, V., Feb. 8 (43). 
Cerclach, Jan. 6 (9). 
Certronnach, See Critan. 
Cetfaidh, May 9(123). 
Cethech, B. of Cill-garadb, Jun. 16(171). 
Ceti, See Cacti. 
Children of Senan, Jun. 23 (179). 
Cbildren of Senchan, Jun. 23 (179). 
Chilianugf or Rilian, 190 n. 2. 
Christ, (Bairre) 259, (Ciaran) 241. 
Cum, s. of Oilill Olum, race of, (Benig- 

nus) 301, (Cianan) 316, (Finan) 77, 

Cianan, B. of Daimhliag, Not. 24 (316). 
Cianan, A., Feb. 25 (67). 
Cianan, Nov. 29 (323). 
Ciannan. See Cianan. 
Ciannat, V., Mar. 23 (85). 
Ciar, v., of CiU-cheire, Jan. 6 (7), 377. 
Ciaft v., of Domhnachmoin, Intr. xlr. 

No. 30. 
Ciar 8. of Ferghus, race of, (Berchan) 

121, (Brenainn) 129, (Caelchu) 267, 

(Cainnech) 27 1, (Caeilf hinn) 39, (Dom- 

aingen) 1 13,(Flann) 343,(Mochuda) 127. 
Ciaran s. of Aedh, Jan. 5 (7). 
Ciaran s. of Colga, May 19 (133). 

Ciaran s. of lar, B., Sep. 29 (263). 
Ciaran, of Belach-duin, Jun. 14 (171). 
Ciaran, of aU-mor-dithribh, Aug. 9 (216). 
Ciaran, s. of the Carpenter, A. of Cluain. 

mic-nois, Sep. 9 (241), brother of, 

(Odhran) 133, (Ciaran) 66, (Col. c.) 

163, (Donnan) 9, (Donnan) 217, (Enda) 

83, (Mac CuUinn) 239, (Mobhi) 275, 

(Odhran) 265. 
Ciaran, of Ctuain-sosta, Apr. 30 (116). 
Ciaran, of Foighde, Mar. 8 (71). 
Ciaran, A. of Rath-muighe, Oct. 8 (269). 
Ciaran, of Ros-cumalcha, Jan. 9 (11). 
Ciaran, B., C, of Saighir, Mar. 6 (63;, 

(Nem) 1 7 1 ,(Colum) 336,(Maeh'uain) 189, 
Ciaran, of Tamhlacht-gliadh, Feb. 4 (39). 
Ciaran, of Tech-na-gortigh, Jul. 19 (197). 
Ciaran, B. of Tiprat-mao-Nenna, Nov. 

10 (303), 377. 
Ciaran, of Uamh, Feb. 24 (57). 
Ciaran, Cruimhther. See Cndmhther 

Ciaran, or Mochohnog, 121 n. 6. 
Ciarog. See Mochiarog. 
Cillein, A., Jan. 8 (II). 
Cillen 8. of Bregdai, Dec. 28 (361). 
Cillen 8. of Lubnen, A. of Birra, Apr. 14 

Cillen 8. of Tolodhran, Mar. 26 (89). 
Cillen Droictech, A. of la, Jul. 3 (185). 
Cillen, of Inis-doimhle, Mar. 3 (63). 
Cillen, B., Aug. 31 (231). 
Cillen, Jan. 16 (19). 
Cillen, Apr. 19(107). 
Cillen, Oct. 22 (281). 
Cillian 8. of Dodhnan,Oct. 23 (281), (Kil- 

ianus) 191. 
Cillien, Jul. 6(187). 
Cillin, of Lilcach, Mar. 12 (76). 
Cillin, B. of Tech-talain, May 27 (139). 
Cillin, Aug. 7 (213). 
Cillin Ua CoUa, A. of Fathain-mura, Jan. 

Cinne, V., Feb. 1 (37). 
Ciricin, See Cairicin. 
Clann. See Children. 



Clareinech, of Cluain-caein, Jun. 6 (147). 
CUreinech, of Druim-bidhg, Jan. 17 (SI). 
Clareineehs, the three, (Sei^^iiii) 31. 
Clareinech, See Mobhi. 
Clareinech, meaning of term, 354 n. 1. 
Clement, pope, Irish correlative, (Ciaran) 

Clothach, B., May 3 (1 19). 
Clothra d. of Conal, V . of Iniflduine, Oct. 

I (266). 
Cnea d. of Chomchaidh, (Mac Neisai) 

Cobarchar s. of Ua Oarbh, of Gulban- 

guirt, 204 n. 5. 
Cobhran, of Cluain, Jul. 19(197). 
Cobhran, of Cluain-cuallachta, Aug. 2 

Cobuir 8. of Gk>ll, Jul. 30 (205). 
Coca, nurse, (Ciaran) 65, 379. 
Cocca, See Coga. 
Cocha, of Boe-bennchair, Jon. 29 (183), 

Coeddi, B. of la, 282 n. 2. 
Caliua, or Caol, 373. 
Coga, of Cill-choca, Jun. 6 (147), 379. 
Cognat, v., of Emaidhe, Feb. 11 (47). 
Coibhdenach, B. of Ard-sratha, Nov. 26 

Coibnesacb, B., Oct. 16 (277^. 
Coimgelld. of Diarmaid. V., Jul 7 (189). 
Ck)imgell d. of Mac laar, V., of CiU-na- 

ninghen, Oct. 26 (285). 
Coimsigh, P., of Domhnacb-airis, Sep. 30 

Coinchenn, of Cael-achadh, Aug. 20 

Coinchenn, Mar. 13 (76). 
Coincliath, Oct. 7 (269). 
Coindere, of Cuil-Uag, Sep. 17 (261). 
Coinin. B., Feb. 12(47). 
Coiningen, Apr. 29 (M3)- 
Coininn, V., Sep. 30 (263). 
Coinnri 8. of Ferglius, race of, (Cronan) 

Coipp d. of Caernan, V., of Cluain-Cioch- 
magh, Apr. 24 (109). 

Coipp, d. of Dimma, Apr. 28 (1 13). 

Coipp. See Coppa. 

Coirpre. See Cairpre. 

Coisfinn. See Longaradh. 

Colam, or Colum, 149 n. 2. 

Colan, Sep. 16 (251). 

Colchu, See Colga mac Ua Duinechda. 

Colchus, i.e. Caelchu, 373. 

Colga mac Ua Duinechda, of CiQain-inic- 

nois, Feb. 20 (55). 
Colga 8. of Aedh, of CUl-Cdigmn, (Fa- 

oilenn) 63. 
Colla-da-crich, race of, (Becc) 278, (Bee- 
can) 221, (Berchan) 317, (Bmghach) 
291, 297, (Cairech) 43, (Caimecb) 89. 
(Cairpre) 67, (Colman) 266, (C^ircach) 
71, (Duthracht) 283, (Enda) 63, (Fi. 
achra) 203, (Furadhran) 173, (Lommao) 
39, (Maighuenn) 339, (Ronan) 137, 
(Telle) 179. 
Colla Menn, race of, (Curcach) 213. 
CoUa Uais, race of, (Aedh) 231, (Baethal- 
lach) 267, (Conamhail) 245, (Constans) 
309, (Dalian) 31, (Derchairthinn) 71, 
(Fergna) 253, (Guaire) 11, 25 (Lurach) 
53, (Mac Liag) 43, (Moedhog) 33, 
(Tigheman) 99, (Trea) 21 1. 
Colma, v., of I.ieitir, Jan. 22 (25\ 
Colman s. of Aingen, Jul. 14 (195). 
(}oiman 8. of Baeth, of Dmim-rath, Aug. 

Colman 8. of Baeth, of Drmm-uaithe, 

Aug. 5 (211). 
Colman 8. of Cathbhadh, of Midhe-iad, 

Sep. 22 (255). 
Caiman 8. of Coirtchidh, A., Oct. 16 

Culman 8. of Coman, of Ara-airther, Nov. 

21 (315). 
Colman s. of Corodran, of Miliuc, Jon. 16 

Colman 8. of Cron, Jul. 11 (193). 
Colman 8. of Daire, B. of Doire.tnor, May 

Colman 8. of Dairine, B., Jul. 31 (2^)7). 
Colman 8. of Darchella, Dec. 37 (349), 



Colnun •. of Diuch, of CUl-mic-dnMb, 

F«b. 3 (39). 
CoItDMi 6. of Bochudb, Jftn. i (s). 
Colmui t. of Eoch^dh, Sep. S {339). 
CoImsD 1. of Ftaan, of Ath-iomgkUae, 

Not. 1 1891). 
Colrnon 1. of Finntui, Dec 14 OsT). 
Colman c of Lenin, of CluAia-namh*, Not. 

34 (317). 
Colman i. of Lngti^dh, P. of Chuin- 

brnchttii, Jul. IS (193). 
Colmui t. of HMliechluin, pilgrim in 

AUBtrU, Oct. 13 (977), Inlr. XZT. 
Colnun 1. of Hid, Jnn. 18 (179). 
Colman B. ofHul,ofncctira,JtiD. 16(171). 
Colman 1. of Ronan, Mar. 30 (fli). 
Colman *. of UgheitMCh, Jan. 13 (IS). 
Colman a. of Va Laeighae, of Tiilach-mic- 

comgtiailt, Mny lb M9). 
Colman i. of Ua Telduibh, Feb. B (43). 
Colmana. ofUaTelduibh, Dec. IS (39S). 
Colman, of Ard-bo, Feb. 21 (56 ). 
Colman, orBoth-da-fiiiiicli, Dec. S3 (345). 
Colman, of Cam-ncliadli, Uar. 31 (91). 
Colman, A. of Cammus, Oct. 30 (36a). 
Colman, of Cill-clcithi , 238 n. B. 
Ck>lman, B. of CUl-rnaidb, Oct. 10 (377). 
(dolman, A. of Cln^n-caein, Oct. 6 (369). 
Colman, of Cluain-credljail, (Aedh) SbS. 
Colman, of Ciuain-eraird, Feb. 9 (4.1). 
Culman, ofCliuuD-tibhrinn, Mar 10(73). 
Colman, of Cluain-tiprat. Sep. -iCK^S)- 
Colman, ofComhralre, Sep. ib (3a9). 
Colman, of Cnil, Aug. IS (333). 
Colman, of Dniim-fbrta-mnghune, Sep. 

3 (333). 
Colman, of Dniim-Uaa, Jon. 19(173). 
Colman, or Houholmog, of Druim.mor, 

Jan. 7 (149). 
Colman, B. of Glen n-da- loth. Doc. 13(336). 
Colman, of Glenn -del m halt, Nov. S (39W). 
Colman, B. of Jnie-bo-flnn. Aag. 8(SI3). 
Colman, of Init-mocbolniog. pilgrim. Nor. 

CoImaii,oClnis-mochoImug,KoT. 14(311). 

Colman, of Llnn-uacbaille, Har. 80 (ill). 
Colman, or Mocb<dm(^, of Llmor, Jan. 

38 (Si). 
Colmen, A. of Liamor, Oct. 31 (360). 
Colman, ofLoch-othiii, Way 6 (131). 
Colman, of Magb-eo, Nov. I j (309). 
Colman,oritath-DiaeUei<U]e,Dec I4(S37> 
Colman, of Ros-branduibh, Sep. 38(361). 
Colman, of Tuaiio-greine, Oct. SO (979). 
Colman Alainn, Dec 14 (337). 
Colman Ban, Oct. 19 (ST9), 385. 
Caiman Cerr, of Snil-bi-g. Jan. 19 (lb). 
Colman Cron, May SI (136). 
Colman Dubli, Dec. 3 (326). 
Colman Dubhuhuilenn, <tf Don, Not. S4 

Colman Ela, of Lann-elo, S«p. 38 <S61), 

(CnirtllJ liiit, 3SS, Intr. iUt. »i>. 36. 
CoinianFmn, Apr. 4(95). 
ColniiuiIiiiramhn.-ofFntiuuii, Jul. 8(191). 
ColinaiiLobhar,ofMagh-neo,Mayi (ISS> 
Column, or Mwholmiip, Jul. 19(197). 
Colman Mor, a. of LuocIibii, Jun. 17 (173). 
Cobnan Muilinn i. of Bronach, of Doin- 

chaechain, Jan. I (3). 
Colman Naocah. May i (119). 
Colman Proi not ighL', Jun. Sii (Itti). 
Colman fftelklo. May ia (139). 
Colmaa Ua Fiacbracji. of Senbotba, Oct. 

S7 (387), 386. 
Ckilman Ua bEirc Dec. b (3S;). 
Colman Ua Liatbain, or Miicbolmog, JoL 

36 (303), 3B3. 
Colman Uamhach, Nov. 34 (317). 
Oilman, B.. Feb. 7 (41). 
Oilman, B., Hay 18 (133). 
Colman, B., Jun. 6 (147). 
Colman. B.. Sep. II (345). 
Colman, B., Sep. 13 (347). 
Colman, B., Oct. 4 (S67). 
Colman, Feb. S (3I> 
Colman, Feb. 3 (37). 
Colmaa, Feb. 18 (53), 381. 
Colman, Apr. 9 (99). 
Colman, Apr. 14(103). 
Colman, Hay 34 (139). 


Cotman, Jun. 1 (US). 
Colman, Jun. 4 (N7). 
Calmmu,Jul. 33(199). 
Colmsn, Aug. I&(3il). 
Coltnui, Sep. 16(351). 
ColiDBn, Sep. 99 (:M3). 
Colman. Oct. I (365). 

Colmw), Oct. 7 (369). 
Colman. Oct. IB (377). 
Culman, OoC 34 (383). 

Culmaa, Oct. 84 (a»3). 

Colman, Oct. 3S (287). 

Colman, Nov. 1 (293), 

Colman, Dec. 7 (329). 

Colman, Deo. 10(331). 

Column, Dec. 15 (:;3:), 

Colmui, Dec. 18(341). 

ColmaM Cimer, 191 n. 3. 

Colman Eirnur, (Colman) 191. 

CofauB B.,(D^Un)aoi. 

Co/nan, (UeicoU) 31. 

Colmm, Mar. 5(361). 

Colman. Sec Columnan. 

Colmaniis, July 6 (191). 

Colmaaui. Sc-c Colcinatua, l!K). 


ColonatUB. Jul. 8(191). 

Coluint. See Colum. 

Colum a. of Aedli, of Cuil-damhain, Not. 

Dec. 1 1 (333). 
Colum ». of lilaan, Sep 3 (333). 
Coluiii s. oFKiiiniilh, of Tir-da-glai, Dec. 

13 (335). 
Colum (. of RUnghal, B., Aug. I (309). 
Colum, A ,>f ll^'iiiulLir. Ool. 1 (3«5). 
Colum, of Cenn-garadh, Mar. I (61). 
Colum, P. ofEnach, Sep. 32 (S65). 
Colum, P. of Inw-oaein, Oct. 14 (377). 
Colum, of l,oih.i.isi-cre, May IS (139). 
Colum, oi'lAitli-muinremhttir.Peb. 6f4l). 
Cdnm, of Itoa-gUncia, Sep. ti (339). 
Colum, Cminihther. 6ee Cruimhtber. 
Colum Oobha, Jun. 7 (149). 
Colum, monk, Jun. ^ (149). 

Colum, the Daughters of, of Tech-iagben- 
coluim, Sep. 13 (349). 

Colum,: of Crinihthnnn, (Colum) 335. 

Colum. See Culumm. 

Columba d. of Baoit, Mar. 35 (67). 

Columba «. of Faolghus. May 15 (1S9). 

Columba. See Clolunicille. 

Columbao, A., iii llaly N<jt. 21 (3)5). 

Ca/<imi<iiiiu,or Colniai). (M.H^li<.la](.gJ 149. 

Colum-cille, i. ofFelim, A. of Doireaod 
la, Jun. 9(151); birth of, Dec. 7 (339), 
ordination of, (Etchcn) 45; a prophet 
(Berchan) 33T; propheciea of, (Beoee) 
^Sj, BriTioinii) .l-'l, (Mochto) S3i 
nephew of, (Ernan) 6, (Bccan) 35, 
(Bilite)333, (Corbmac) 7.'), (DiarniaiJ) 
13, (Eman) is, (Mobhi) a7s, (Moih- 
oria) 165. (Naile) 29, (ScMinal) 119. 
(Son-Berich) 167. 

Colomm. Sep. 37 {261). 

Columm, Sep. 39 (S63), 

Colnnmi. Oct. 16 (:!79). 

Columnan, or Colman, Feb. 33 (57). 

Comaigh d. of Eochaiilh, V., of Soamh- 
luthair, May 27 (139). 

Comaiyh. See Commaigb. 

Coman a. of Diii]\aiiiglii.-n. Apr, 3 (93). 

Coman a. of Emao, B., Mar. 18 (SI). 

Coman Ua Ciarain, A. of Liimor, Oct. 31 

Coma* atBterof Col. c. (Memog) 347. 

Comlidhao, of Cluain.connaidh, Oct. 13 

Cornhdlian, Le. Diarm^, a. of Diarmaid, 
of Glenn-ui«Mn, Feb. 37 (59). 

Conihdhan, the Culdee, Aug. 3 (209). 

Com h Kali, A. of Benochar, Ha; 10 
(133), lister of, (Maelmbha) 107, «aa- 
fcMor of (Moluii) ^ diwdplu of, 
(Finnchu)3 7 {Lachtaiti)81,(Mochaa) 
■9 teacher or(Moblii) STa, Imir, xxn. 

Cumhgall B. of Eochildb, of Botb-conaii, 
S..p. 4 CJ37 . 

ComhgaU, of Cluain.dutmhair, Jtd. M 

Comhgall, of Oobhal-Unin, JuL as (S05). 



Conihgall Ua Sarain, Aug. 26 (229). 

Comhgall, A.. Oct. 7 (269). 

Conihgall, Sep. 29 (263). 

Comhyall 8. of Fianghalach, (Colma) 25. 

Comiiiaigh d. of Ciaran, V,, Dec. 19 

Commaiyh, See Comaigh. 

Coiinnaii 8. of Dima, of Aricul, May 15 

Comman s. of Dimma, Jul, 15 (195). 

Com man Lobliar s. of Laighne, Jan. 26 

Comman mac UaTheimhne, Feb. 27 (59). 

Comman, of llos-comain, Dec. 26 (349). 

Comman, of Tcch-mic-finnchain, May 8 

Comman, May 23 (137). 

Comman s. of Finnbharr, Jul. 29 (205). 

Comman, Nov. 10 (305). 

Comman, Nov. 21 (315). 

Commaims, See Caemhan. 

Comnat, V., A. of Cill-dara, Jan. 1 (.'»). 

Comnat, Sep. 23 (257). 

C^nach, V., Oct. 25 (285). 

Conaing s. of Lucunan, Sep. 23 (257). 

Conaire s. of Mogh-lamha, race of, (Ca- 
emhan) 249, (Ciar) 7, (Eolaing) 237, 
(Gobnal) 47, (I-Achtain) 81, (Medhran) 
1 4 9, (Mobaei) 335,(Odhran) 265,(Sciath) 
5, 239, (Sedna) 73, (Senach) 47, (Senan) 
69, (Wiro) 121. 

Conall 8. of Aedh, of Cluain-dallain, Apr. 
2 (93). 

Conall 8. of Aenghus, Sep. 9 (243). 

Conall, A. of Inis-caeil, May 22 (137), 
(Dalian) 31. 

Conall, B., Mar. 18(81). 

Conall, B., Mar. 28 (89). 

Conall, Mar. 2 (61). 

Conall, Mar. 3 (63). 

Conall CemacA, race of, (Mocholmog) 149. 

Conall Cremhthann, race of, (Cillen) 185, 
(Finnachta) 309, (Murchu) 169. 

Conall Derg 8. of Daimhin, (Enda) 83. 

Conall Echluath, race of, (Martan) 293, 
(Molaga) 219. 

Conall Gulban, blessed, (Col. c.) 155, 
druids of, (Col. c.) 159, race of, (Adam- 
nan) 255, (Ailbhe) 31, (Baeithin) 163, 
(Bairrfhinn) 135, (Colman) 15, 91, 
(Col. c ) 153, (Coman) 81, (Conda) 101, 
(Croine) 189, (Cuan) 61, (Cuimmein) 
57, (Dorbene) 287, (Dubhthach) 41, 
(Dunchadh) 139,(Failbhe) 85, (Fergna) 
61, (Flnan) 319, (Laisren) 249, (Lorn- 
man) 41, (Miielbrighde) 55, (Manchan) 
87, (Mianach) 197,(Moaba) 287, (Mun- 
na) 281, (Odhran) 287, (Rodaighe) 339, 

Conamhails. of Failbhe, Sep. 11 (245). 

Conamhall, Oct. 8 (269). 

Conan s. of Corre, Mar. 20 (81). 

Conan, of Aeg, Jan. 12(1 b). 

Conan, of Eas-ruaidh, Mar. 8 (71). 

Conan, Feb. 13 (49). 

Conan, Apr. 26 (111). 

Conan, Aug. 16 (221). 

Conan, Oct. 28 (287). 

Conang s. of Lucunan, Sep. 23 (257). 

Conchobhar Abhradhntadh, (Nathe) 287. 

Conchraidh, B., Mar. 3 (63). 

Conda, See Conna. 

Congaloch, of Ard-aego, Dec. 22 (345). 

Conlaedh, B. of CiU-dara. May 3 (119). 

Conlan, of Eochaill, (Conan) 389. 

Conmac s. of Fergus, race of, (Caillin) 307, 
(Cruimhther Fraech) 343, (Duilech) 3 1 3, 
(larlaith) 349, (Mobaei) 335. 

Conna, A. of Daire-dachonna, Apr. 12 

Conna, V., Mar. 3 (63). 

Connait, A. of Lismor, Nov. 15 (311). 

Connan, B. of Tech-connain, Jun. 29 

Connan, Jul. 1 (185). 

Connath d. of Colman, (Conna) 63. 

Conula 8. of Leinin, B., May 10 (125). 

Connla, B. of liusgach, Dec. 30 (351). 

Connla s. of Breasal, race of, (Maelan- 
fiiidh) 33. 

Connla s. of Tadhg, race of, (Buite) 32. 

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Connmach, of Ath-blair, Jul. 9 (191). 
Connrach. Sec Cruimhthcr Connrach. 
Ck>nodhar, A. of Fobhar, Nov. 3 (297). 
ConoH, 141 n. 3. 

Constaintin, at Rathain, Mar. 1 1 (75). 
ConstaDs, P. and Anch., of Eo-inis, Nov. 

14 (309). 
Coppa d. of Baedau, V., Jan. 18 (21). 
Corb Ulomj race of, (Brenainn) 321, 
(Caemhan) 169, (Ere) 293, (Sinech) 
Corbmac, P. in Achadh-finnich, May 1 1 

Corbmac, B. of Atn-truim, Feb. 17 (61). 
Corbmac mac CuUennalu, K.,B., M.» Sep. 

14 (249). 
Ck>rbmac, of Munster, Sep. 15 (249). 
Corbmac, of Senchoimhet, Jan. 24 (179). 
Corbmac, Ouimhther, of Telach4ndenn, 

Doc. 13 (337). 
Corbmac Ua Liathain, A. of Dermagh, 

Jun. 21 (175). 
Corbmac, B., Doc. 14 (337). 
Corbmac, Mar. 26 (89). 
Corbmac, Oct. 15 (277). 
Corhmac, brother of Emhin, (Cruimhther 

Corbmac) 337. 
Corbmac s. of Eoghan, (Eimhin) 345. 
Corbmac 8. of Tadhg, race of, (Tola) 91. 
Corbmac Cas, race of, (Aedhan) 143, 
(Brecan) 117, (Comdhan) 59, (Dimma) 
7, (Flannan) 341, (Maclatare) 247, 
(Mainchin) 351, (Rathnat), 213, (Sa- 
ran) 23. 
Corbmac Gaileng, race of, (Luaithrenn) 

Core, of Druim-lomwn, Feb. 4 (39). 
Core, Cruimhther. See Crnimhther Core. 
Core 8. of Ferghus, race of, (Ciaran) 

Core 8. of Lughaidh, race of, (Cuimmin) 

305, (Faithlenn) 237, (Mac-tail) 167. 
Corcan, B., Jan. 7 (9). 
Corcan, Jan. 7 (9). 

Corcan, the pilgrim, B., Sep. 30 (263). 
Corcran, Oct. 8(271) 

Corcunutan, of Daire-na-flann, Nov. 3 

Cormac. See Corbmac. 
Cornelius, pope, Irish oorrclatiTe, (Maed- 

hog) 33. 
Coroidhne. See Croidhne. 
CoUamhaii, son of, (Qlunsalach) 145. 
Cota, of Druim, Feb. 4 (39). 
Cota, of Druim-turc, Dec 96 (349). 
Craebhnat, V., Jul. 17 (195). 
Cremhthann, of Magh-dumha, May S3 

Cremhthann, K., (Fedhlimidh) 229. 
Crimhthann, (Columdlle) 151, 161, 163. 
Crinan, of Cuil-conlaing, Oct. 19 (279). 
Crio«tan, i.e. Gillachrist Ua Morgair, B., 

Jun. 12 (169), 395. 
Criotan. See Critan. 
Critan s. of Bladhon, in Achaidh-finnich, 

May 11 (125). 
Critan, B. of Aendniim. May 17 (13.1). 
Critan s. of Daire, of Moin-miolain, Feb. 

7 (41). 
Critan 8. of Liothan, Dec. 13 (337). 
Critan, of Crebec, Jan. 16 (17). 
Critan, of Tuaim-raic-CRU, Nov. 18(313). 
Critan Certronnach, of Bennchar, Sep. 16 

Critan, Jul. 25 (203). 
Critan, Oct. 16 (279). 
Crocan, or Mochua, Aug. 3 (211). 
Crodhnc, or Coroidhne, JuL 24 (201). 
Croine, V., of Cill-croine, Jan. 27 (29). 
C!roine, V., of Tamhlacht, Feb. 25 (57). 
Croine, V., Oct. 16 (277). 
Croine Beg, V., of Tempull-croine, JuL 7 

Croinaech, Apr. 4 (95). 
Croinsech, Jul. 23 (199). 
Cromdithruibh, of Inis-cninii, Mmj 90 

Cronan a. of Cumnudiif of Slialih-Blbli- 

Cronan s. of Nathseman. See Ciunn 

the Wise. 
Cronan 8. of Sinell, Nov. 11 (305V 



Cronan s. of Ualach, A. of Clonmacnois, 

Jul. 18 (197). 
Cronao, of Airdne, Mar. 8 (71). 
Cronan, A. of Bennchar, Nov. 6 (299), 

Cronan, of Cill-beg, Feb. 21 (56). 
Cronan, of Cluain-an.dobhair, Aug. 30 

Cronan, or Mochua, of Cluain-dolcain, 

Aug. 6 (213). 
Cronan, or Mochua Luachra, A. of Fema, 

Jun. 22(175). 
Cronan, of Glais-mor, Feb. 10 (45). 
Cronan, of Glonn-aesa, Feb. 26 (57). 
Cronan, A. of Lis-mor, Jun. 1 (143). 
Oonan, of Maethail, Kov. 1 (293). 
Cronan, of Magh-bile, Aug 7 (213). 
Cronan, of Ros-cre, Apr. 28 (113). 
Cronan, of Tuaim-greine, Oct. 19 (279); 

Nov. 1 (293); (Caimin) 85. 
Cronan Be'g, B. of Aendrulm, Jan. 7 (9). 
Cronan Clareinech, Jan. 29(31), (Seighin) 

Cronan, Jan. 20 (25). 
Cronan, Jan. 30 (31). 
Cronan, Feb. 12 (47). 
Cronan, Feb. 20 (55). 
Cronan, Apr. 26 (111). 
Cronan, Jun. 12 (169). 
Cronan, Jul. 24 (201). 
Cronan, Dec. 15 (337). 
Cronan 8. of Aenghus, (Cronan) 55. 
Cronan, D., (Ciaran) 243. 
Cronbeg, A. ot Cluuin-mic-nois, Apr. 6 

Cruacknat, See Cuachnat. 
Cruaidh Cos-f hada, of Balana, Oct. 26 

Cruaidhen, 8. of, (Sons of Torman) 73. 
Cruimhther, of Domhnach-mor, Nov. J 1 

Cruimhther Cael,ofCill-mor, May 25(139). 
Cruimhthtr Calbh, ofTulach-carpait, Jan. 

26 (27), 397. 
Cruimhther Catha ». of Aenghus, of 
Cluain-eossain, Sep. 8 (239). 

Cruimhther Colum, of Domhnach-mor, 

Jun. 4 (147). 
Cruimhther Connrach, in Arda, Feb. 23 

Cruimhther Corbmac, of Telach-indenn, 

Dec. 13 (337). 
Cruimhther Core, of Cill-mor-ua-Niallain, 

Apr. 4 (95), 
Cruimhther Elbhe, Jan. 30 (31). 
Cruimhther Fergna, Oct. 11 (273). 
Ouimhther Finn, of Druim-Ucce, Feb. 9 

Cruimhther Finntain, of Cill-airthir, Jul. 

13 (193). 
Cruimhther Fraech, of Cluain-collaing, 
Dec. 20 (343); of Cluain-conmaicne, 
(Berach) 49. 
Cruimhther mac Ua Ncsse, Jun. 9 (165). 
Cruimhther Nathi, of Achadh-cain-con- 

aire, Aug. 9 (215). 
Cruimhther Riagain, of Achadh-comdre, 

Aug. 9 (215). 
Cruimhther Ciaran, (Cruimhther) 305. 
Cruimhtheran, of Cluain-tiprait, Jun. 13 

Cruimmin s. of Corbmac, B. of Lecan, 

Jun. 28 (161). 
Cruithnech. Sec Ferghus Cruithnech. 
Crumnuiine. See Cruimmin. 
Crunnmael s. of Ronan, of Berrech, Jun. 

22 (175). 
Crunnmael, A. of la, Dec. 17 (339). 
Crunnmael Baeth, Dec. 1 1 (333). 
Cuach, V. of Cill-cuaiche, Jan. 8(11). 
Cuachf or Coiningen, of Finnmagh, 113 

n. 5. 
Cuachnat, V. of Ros-raithe, Feb. 13 (49). 
Cuan, of Airbhre, Jul. 10 (193). 
Cuau, of Cluainmor, Oct. 15 (277), (Dub- 

han) 305, (Dubhthach) 269. 
Cuan, of Inis-liacc, Oct. 29 (287). 
Cuan, the daughters of, Apr. 26 (111). 
Cuan Caeins. of Tighemach, Mar. 2 (61). 
Cuanan Glinnc, A. of Magh-bile,Feb.3 (39). 
Cnanan^ or Cuan, 1 1 1 n. 6. 
Cuan da. See Cuanna. 

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Cuanghas Mac Dall, Mar. 13 (7b). 
Cuanna, A. of Li/j-mor, Feb. 4 (39). 
C^anna s. of Miodharn, of Ro8-eo, Apr. 10 

Cuanna, the Blind, Mar. 1 1 (73). 
(>uaran, the Wise, or Cronan s. of Neth- 

seman, Feb. 9(43). 
Cuboirne, Nov. 10 (303). 
Cabretan, Anch. of Magh-bile, Oct. 17 

Cucathrach^ s. of, (Egneach) 109. 
Cuduilech^ 8. of. (Fidhmuine) 131. 
Cnyhaela, d. of, (Gurnin) 57. 
Cuilebaith, (Maelbrighde) 55. 
Cuillenn, of Cluain-huatnanach, Nov. 5 

Cuillenn, B. of r/cmchoill, Apr. 22 (109). 
Cuillin 8. of Cairbre, (Grellan) 303. 
Cuimin, of Cluain-mor, Dec. 18 (341). 
Cuimin 8. of Dima Dubh, (Cuimniein) 16. 
Cuimmein s. of Aride, Jul. 29 (205). 
Cuimmein s. of Baetan, May 19 (1.35). 
Cuimniein s. of Cuana, Sep. 1 (233). 
Cuimmein 8. of Daighre, Aug. 14 (219). 
Cuimmein s. of Dubh, of Druim-draith, 

Jan. 12 (1.5) 
Cuimmein, B. of Aendruim, Jul. I (185). 
Cuimmein, A. of Bennchar, Sep. 17 (251). 
Cuimmein, of Cill-nair, Nov. 30 (323). 
C^uimmein, of l)riiim-8nccbta,Sep. 4 (237). 
Cuimmein, of Glenn-mona, Feb. 12 (47). 
Cuimmein, Jun. I (143). 
Cuimmein, Aug. 22 (227). 
Cuimmein, Dec. 24 (347). 
Cuimmein Cadhan 8 of Cronchu, (Cuim- 
mein) 143. 
Cuimmein Finn 8. of Ernan, A. of la, 

Feb. 24 (57). 
Cuimmin, A. of Druim-bo, Aug. 10(215). 
Cuimmin 8. of Lughaidh, of Inis-mac-ua- 

dartadha, May 21 (135). 
Cuimmin Foda 8. of Fiachna, B. of Cluain- 

ferta, Nov. 12 (.306). 
Cuimnech, Mar. 14 (77). 
Cuinnigh. See MacCuilion. 
Cuirbin, the Devout, Jul. 20 (197). 

Cuirrin, of Ross-ai«s. Dec. 22 (345). 
CWfl, 8. of, (Becan) 95, 97. 
Cumroan d. of Corbmac, V., JuL 6 (189). 
Cumman, V.,ofDoire-inghen-aillen, May 

Cumman Beg, V. of Cill-cuimne, Jun. 14 


Cxircach, V. of Cill-curcaighe, Jul. 21 


Curcach, V. of Cluain-lothair, Aug. 8 

Curcach, of Gregraighe, Nov. 16 (311). 
Curcach, Mar. 8 (7 1 ). 
Curcach d. of Dael, (Curcach) 213. 
Curcach d. of Enna, (Curcach) 71. 
Curitan, of Cill-mor-dithniibh, Aug 9 

Curitan, A.,B., of Ros-meinn, Mar. 16 (77). 
Cuman Beg, of Cill-curnain, Jan. 6 (9), 

Cuman 8. of Sinell, (Curnan) 9. 
Cutlach, Dec. 7 (329). 


Dabhaetog, of Cluain-da-bhaetog, Jul. 22 

Dabheog, or Mobheog (q. v.), of Loch- 

gcirg, Jan. 1 (3), (Diraidh) 205. 
Dabrecog^ of Tuaira-dreman, 122 n. 2. 
Dabricin^ 122 n 2. 

Dachonna, B. of Condeire, May 16 (127). 
Dachonna. See Conna, Dochonoa. 
Dachuailen 8. of Guaire, Mar. 12 (75). 
Dachuimmne, Sep. 10 (248). 
Dadhnan, B. of Cill-cunga, Apr. 1 1 (101). 
Daethennach, of Fidh-duin-aeta, Oct. I 

Dafhinna 8. of Deglan, Jun. 9 (165). 
Dagan, R of Inbher-daoile, Sep. 13(247). 
Dagan, B., Mar. 12 (76). 
Daigh 8. of Cairell, B. of Inia-caein^egba, 

Aug. 18 (223). (Berach) 49, (Feme) 

Daigh 8. of Nenuall, B., Fob. 19 (53). 
Daighre, of Cluain-accair, Sep. 30 (263). 
Daighre, the sons of, Aug. 22 (227). 



Daiyhre, three sons of, (Eohlech) 219. 

Dairchell, B. of Glenn-da-locha, May 3 

Dairchell, or Tairchell, first name of Mo- 
ling, 173. 

Daire, V., Aug. 8 (213), = Daria, 399. 

Daire Bochana, Widow. Nov. 2 (295). 

Duire, three sons of, (Lonan) 4 1 . 

Dairi, Widow, Sep. 28 (261),=Daria 
vidua, 399. 

Dairine. son of, (Colnian) 207. 

Dalbhach, of Cluain-collainge, Oct. 23 
(28l),=Dalmacius, 399. 

Daliba, of Cuil-mic-lurrchaire, Oct. 24 
(283). ^ 

Dalian, B. of Aelmagh, Dec. 14 (337). 

Dalian Forgaill, of Maighin, Jan. 29 (31). 

Dallbronach s. of Acdh, (Brighit) 35. 

DalmactHs, i.e. Dalbhach, 399. 

Dalua, of Dun-tighe-bretan, Jan. 7 (9). 

Daman, of Tech-damain, Feb. 12 (47),= 
DamianuB, 399. 

Damhan, brother of. (Dubhan) 305. 

Damhnat, V.. of Sliabh-betha, Jun. 13 

Damianusj i.e Damhan, 399. 

Danein, of Druim-lethain, Nov. 12(307). 

X>an€8, of Inbher-domhnann, (Cronan) 45. 

Daniel, B. of Bennchor, Sep. 11 (245). 

Daniel, B. of Cenn-garadh, Feb. 18(53). 

Daniel, of Tulach, May 20 (135) 

Darbelin d. of Mac laar, V. of Cill-na- 
ninghen, Oct. 26 (285). 

Darbile, of Achadh-chuilinn, Oct. 26 

Darerca d. of Cairbre, V., Jan. 15 (17). 

Darerca, sister of Patrick. Mar. 22 (85), 
(Broccaidh) 191, (Colum) 209, (Cru- 
immin) 181, (Echi) 211, (Loarn) 245, 
(Lomnian) 273, (Luratrh) 53, (Mac- 
caille) 111, (Mel) 41. (Muinis) 341. 

Darerca, Sep. 9 (243). 

Darerca, Nov. 11 (.305). 

Darerca d. of Ercan, (Ciaran) 241. 

Da nrca or Moninno, 188 u. 1. See Mo- 

Darinnill d. of Mac laar, V. of Cill-na- 

ninghen, Oct. 26 (285). 
Da-Sincheall, Mar. 26 (87). See SinchelL 
Dathaedhogs. of Colga, of Achadh-dumha, 

Jan. 31 (33). 
Dathi a. of Fiachra, race of, (Colg^) 55, 

(Cronan) 55, (Enda) 351, (Faeilenn) 

63, (Fidhmuine) 131. 
Daughter of Cathbath, of Airedh-fota, 

Jul. 2 (185). 
Daughter of Enach, Sep. 9 (243), or Os- 

manna, 431, 
Daughter of Fachtna, of Ernaidhe, Aug. 

3 (21 l), = Facundide. 431. 
Daughter of Feradhach, Mar. 23 (85). 
Daughter of Garbhan, May 17 (133). 
Daughter of Laisren, of Caill-cola, Jun. 

11 (167). 
Daughter of Mechar, Sep. 6 (239), =£u- 

charide, 431. 
Daughter of Mionghar, Jun. 25 (179). 
Daughter of Seuach, Aug. 11 (217),= 

Senochide, 431. 
Daughters ol Aenghus, Feb. 23 (57). 
Daughters of Cainnech, of Maghlocha, 

Sep. 24 (257). 
Daughters of Colum, of Tech-inghen- 

coluim, Sep. 13 (249). 
Daughters of Cuan, Apr. 26 (1 1 1). 
Daughters of Dutu, Aug. II (217). 
Daughters of Ferghus, the seven, of Tech- 

inghen-Fergusa, May 24 (139). 
Daughters of Fergna, Jan. 7 (II). 
Daughters of Leinin, of Cill-inghen-Lei- 

nin. Mar 6 (69). 
Daughters of Oissen, of Rath-eich, Mar. 

Daughtern of Cairbre, 17 n. 5. 
David 8. of Ness, Oct. 7 (399). 
David, of Inis-cuscraidh, Jul. 22 (399). 
David, of Cill-niuine, (Molua) 211. 
David, i.e. Dabliiu, 399. 
De 8. of Gnoe, (Becc) 273. 
Deacon. See Deochain, Cellach. Don- 
nan, Fuithienn, Innecht, Lughna, Nes- 




Dechter. See Deichter. 

Declan. See Deglan. 

Dedi d. of Tren, (Diarmaid), 13. 

Degha, B., Aug. 16 (221). 

Deghitche, Mar. 22 (85). 

DeglaD s. of Ere, B. of Ard-mor, Jul. 24 

(201), (I)imma)7. 
Deichter d. of Muiredhach, (Matog), 111, 

(Sanctan) 123. 
Deicola, A., Jan. 18(21). 
I)eidi d. of Tren, of Cillmor-ditliniibh, 

Aug. 9 (216), (Caillin) 307, (Daigli) 

223, (Feme) 25 1 , (Mainchin) 1 5, (Senan) 

Deirdre, or Ite, (Ite) 17. 
Deitsin, son of, (Deglan) 201. 
Delbhaeth 8. of Cas, race of, (Saran) 23. 
Deneg, of Inis-aedna, Mar. 16 (70). 
Deochain Aedh, of Cuil-mainc, Jul. 10 

(193); Aug. 31 (231). 
Deochain Menn, of Cluain-arathair, Apr. 

Deochain Beat, Mar. 3 (63),=Reatu8 

diaconuB, 40). 
Deoruth, Jan. 13(15). 
Derhhdarat son of, (Maeldoid) 183. 
Derbiledh, Aug. 3 (211). 
Derchairthinn, of Uachtar-aird, Mar. 8 

Derfraeich d. of Eochaidh,(Tighemach) 95. 
Dergaedh, Nov. 10 (303). 
Derinill Ceithirchicheach, (Domhangort) 

85, (Mura) 75. 
Derlugha, V. of Lemmagh, Feb. 10 (45). 
Derlughach, A. of Cill-dara, Feb. 1 (37). 
Dermor d. of Maine, of Airidh-bainne, 

Jul. 6 (189). 
Desideriust i.e. Mianach, 447 ; Occobhran, 

Dianach, B., of Domhnach-mor, Jan. 16 

Dianlann, Aug. 13 (219). 
Diarmaid s. of Luchradh, B., of Cluain- 

finn, Sep. 28 (261). 
Diarmaid s. of Mechar, B. of Airthor- 

muighc. Jan. 16 (19). 

Diarmaid, B. of Airidh-indaich, Jan. 6 

(9), 8. of Eochaidh, 401. 
Diarmaid, of DiBert-diarmada, Jon. 21 

(175), 401. 
Diarmaid, B. of Glenn-uiaaen, JuL 8 

( 1 89). See Comdhan . 
Diarmaid, B. of Inis-clotliraiuiy Jan. 10 

(13), 401. 
Diarmaid, B., Apr. 24 (109). 
Diarmaid, B., Oct. 12 (275). 
Diarmaid, B., Dec. 12 (335). 
Diarmaid, B., Dec. 20 (343). 
Diarmaid, P., Jan. 15 (17). 
Diarmaid 8. of Baedan, (Diarmaid) 275. 
Diarmaid a. of Deghadh, (Comdhan) 59. 
Diarmaid 8. of Ferghus, (Becan) 95. 
Diarmaid, k. of Erin, (Sen-Berach) 167. 
Dibleni, Jan. 14 (15). 
Dicholl a. of Neman, Dec. 25 (349). 
DichoU, of Rath, Not. 1 (293). 
Dicholl. See DiucholL 
Dichu 8. of Tricliero, of Sabhall, Apr. 29 

(115), (Duthracht) 131. 
Dichuill 8. of Maeldubb, of Airidh-mult, 

Feb. 28 (59). 
Dichuill, of Achadh-na-cro, Jun. 12(169). 
Didea 146 n. 1. 

Didhnat d. of Mechar, (Bairrf hinn) 135. 
Dighde, V., Apr. 25 (111). 
Dighdhi, Jan. 6 (9). 
Dii, or Diu0, JuL 12 (193). 
Dima Chiret, or Fineacht, of Cill-chonaigh, 

(Mochua), 347. 
Dima, Mar. 9 (73), 

Dima, the three Sona of. Nor. 1 (293). 
Dima s. of Senach, B.» (Dima) 73. 
Dima Dubh 8. of Aengfaua, (Dimma) 7. 
IMman, P., Jun. 27 (181). 
Diman, the four Sons of, Aug. 9 (SI 5). 
Diman s. of Fingen, (Finnlugh) 7. 
Dimma s. of Caa, May IS (IS5), of CXd- 

dioma, 403. 
Dimma, Mar. 22 (85). 
Dimma, Not. 3 (297). 

Dimma Dubh,B., of Condeire, Jan. 6 (7), 
=Dimau8, 403. 



Dimman, of Inis-caein, Jan. 10 (13). 

Dimman, Sep. 9 (243). 

Dimmog. of Cluain-caein, Apr. 26 (111), 

Dimpna, V., M., May 15 (129). 
Dina, the Saxon, (Dabheog) 3, (Diraidh) 

205, (Dubhan) 47, (Mobheog) 201, 

(Mochonog) 343, (Moghorog) 347. 
Dinertach, of Cluain-mor, Oct. 9 (271). 
Dinil, Aug. 14 (219), mac-an-tsaeir, 219 

n. 3. 
Dio. See Di. 
Diraidh, B. of Fema, Jul. 27 (205), of 

Edardruim, (Dabheog) 3, 403. 
Ditiu, Dec. 4 (327). 

Diucholl, of Cluain-braein, May I (117). 
DiuchoU, C, of Inis-eoghain, Dec. 18 

DiuchoU, Nov. 21 (315). 
DiwhoU, See Dicholl. 
Diuir, of Enach-eir, May 19 (133). 
Diuren, Oct. 6 (269). 
Dius, Not. 26 (319). 
Dobharchu, son of, (Mochummog) 173. 
Dobogan s. of Comarde, Jul. 18 (197). 
Dochonna 8. of Odhran, Feb. 17 (53). 
Dochonna, Sep. 6 (239). 
Dochonna, Oct. 30 (289). 
Dochonna. See Dachonna. 
Dochumma. See Mochumma. 
DoUbha, Nov. 10 (303). 
Domhaingen s. of Finnlugh, B. of Tuaim- 

muscraighe, Apr. 29 (113). 
Domhangort a. (^ Eochaidh, B. of Rath- 

muirbuilg, Mar. 24 (85), (Mnra) 75, 

Domhnall, Apr. 26 (111). 
DomhnaU CarracK (Caeimghen) 145. 
Domhnog 8. of Saran, of Tiprat-fachtna, 

May 18 (133). 
Donnan, A. of Eg, Apr. 17 (105), 405. 
Donnan, P. of Ini8-aingin, Jan. 7 (9). 
Donnan, P., Apr. 29 (113). 
Donnan, Aug. 11 (217). 
Donnany the Deacon. (Ciaran) 243, (Don- 
nan) 217. 

Dorbene Foda 8. of Altaine, A. of la, Oct. 

28 (287), 405. 
Dornan, s. of, (Maelbrighde) 55. 
Draighen, Sons of, of Cillro, Apr. 15 (103). 
Dretill, the seven Sons of, of Inis-uach- 

tair, Dec. 22 (345). 
Dronan, B. of Cill-dronain, Dec. 12 (335). 
Drost, Drest, or Trust, 291 n. 3. 
Druids of Breiffhe, (Ciullin) 307. 
Druigen d. of Lelnin, Mar. 6 (69). 
Duach, son of, (Ck)lman) 39. 
Dubh Dlighidh, (Loichein) 23. 
Dubhan, P., Nov. 11 (305). 
Dubhan, Fm., of Rinn-Dubhain, Feb. i 1 

(47), (Dabheog) 3. 
Dubhan, (Cuan) 277, (Dubhan) 305, 

(Dubhthach) 269. 
Dubhan, son of, (Dubhthach) 41. 
Dubhchertan, sou of, (Lughaidh) 267. 
DubhchuUenn, See Cohnan. 
Dubhda, Apr. 15 (103). 
Dubh-da-locha, Oct. 5 (267). 
Dubhlacha d. of Donn, (Lassar) 309. 
DubhUtlr, A. of Finnghiisi, May 15 (129). 
Dubhscuile. Sep. 5 (237). 
Dubhsleibhe, son of, (Nuadha) 325. 
Dubhthach s. of Dubhan, Feb. 5 (41). 
Dubhthach, Oct. 7 (269). 
Dubhthach, the three Sons of, Nov. 14 

Dubhthachy (Cuan) 277, (Dubhan) 805. 
Dubhihacfi Ua Lugair, (Diarmaid) 13, 

(Fedhlimidh) 215, (Mainchin) 1j. 
Dubricin, or Dabrioin, 122 n. 2. 
Duibhnech, Oct. 7 (269). 
Duichoill Derg a. of Nesan, of Inis-faith- 

lenn. Mar. 15(77). 
DuichuiU, i.e. Modichu, Nov. 17 (313). 
Duilech, ofClochar, Nov. 17 (313). 
Duinsech, Y., on Loch Cuan, Aug. 5 

Duinsech, V., of Cill-duinsighe, Dec. 11 

Duirthechtj of Aendruim, 114 n. 1. 
Dunchadh s. of Cennfadadh, A of la. 

May 25(130), 405. 



DunniuSy J 41 n. 2. 

Dur 8. of Colum, B. of Druim-cremha, 

Feb. 6 (41), 405. 
Durach d. of Eiina, (I)uthracht; 283. 
Durthacht s. of Trichem, of Caen-druim, 

(Duthracht) 131. 
Dustric (1. of Trust, (Lonan) 291. 
Duthracht, V.. of Cill-muine, Nov. 12 

Duthracht, of Iximchoill, Oct. 26 (283). 
Duthracht, of hiathdruim, May 16 (131). 
Dutu, tlic Daughters of, Aug. 11 (217). 
Dympna. See Dimpna. 


Ea initial. See E. 

Kbhnait, of Ros-enche, Jan. 31 (33;. 

Kchriotan s. of Ossa, May 27 (141). 

Kcbrit, or Icbrit, Di»c. 8 (331). 

Echtach, V., Feb. 5(41). 

Ecfriotan, May 27 (141). 

Ecfrity or Ecgbrit s. of Ossa, 140 n. I. 

Echenus. See Etchen. 

Echi, of Cill-glais & Senlis, Aug. 6 (21 1). 

Echlech 8. of Daighre, Aug. 14 (219). 

Ectbrict, Mays (121). 

Edaoin. See Etaoin. 

Edbert, B, of Lindisfarne, 120 n. 4. 

Edhamair d. of Aedh, V., Jan. 18 (21). 

Edilald, v., 107 n. 4. 

Ednius, seven Sons of. May 22 (137). 

Eyhert, or Eagberct, 140 n. 1. 

Eghlionna, V., of Cluain-caei, Jan. 21 

Egnech s. of Cucathrach, Apr. 24 (l()9). 
Eiche. See Echi. 
Eilbhe, Dec, 30(361). 
Eimhin s. of Eoghan, B. of lios-glas, Dec. 

22 (34.'>), 407. 
Eimhin, Jan. 7 (11). 
Eimhin, Dec. 18(341). 
Eise. See Heise. 

Eithne d. of Bait, at Sord, Mar. 29 (69). 
Eithne d of Cormac, V., Jul. 6 (189). 
Eithne, Feb. 26 (59). 

Eithne d. of Concraidh, (Athcain) 171, 

(Colman) 171, (Mochop) 307, (Sciath) 

Eithne d. of CrimhthaDn, (Naile) 29. 
Eithne d. of Dima, (Col. c.) 163, 167, 169. 
Eithne d. of Saran, (Critan) 261. 
Eithne^ son of, (Grellan) 303, (Maedhog) 

Elbhe, Sep. 10 (246). 
Elbhe. See Cruimhther Elbhe. 
ElcomaCy (Samat) 1 1 9. 
Eiechtachy 313 n. 3. 
Eleutherius. i.e. Elithir, 407. 
ElgTiiad, the Holy, Mar. 8 (71). 
Elias, or AilUI, (Ailill) 185. 
Elithir, of Cluain-geisi, Apr. 25 (III). 
Elithir, of Muic-inis, May 12 (126). 
Elithir, A., Jan. 7 (9). 
Elioc 8. of Din,of Cill-moelloc, (Dabheog)3. 
Ei/dn 8. of Flan nan, CElltin) 833. 
Elltin, 6. of Maelan, of Senchua, Jan. 1 1 

Elltin, or Melteog, C, of Cinn-saile, Dec. 

1 1 (333). 
Elltin, three Daughters of. Mar. 16 (77). 
Ettene. See Elltin. 
Eitinus, (Elltin) 333. 
Emant, of Cluain, Jul. 1 (186). 
Enihnat. See Nemhnat 
Emin^ 344 n. 5. 

Eminus or Eimhin, 346 n. I, 407. 
Euach, the Daughter of, Sep. 9 (243), 
Enan s. of Gemman, at Ros-mor, Jan. 30 

(31), 407. 
Enan s. of Muadan, Mar. 2,5 (87). 
Enan mac Nissi, Mar. 1 (61). 
Enan mac Ua Mago, Sep. 2 (233). 
Enan, of Druira-raithe, Aug. 19 (22i>), 

Enan, of Glenn -faidhle, Dec. 29 (351). 
Enan, of Inis-aego, Apr. 29 (116). 
Enan, May 2(119). 
Enda. See Enna. 
Enna s. of Conall Derg, A. of Ara, Mar. 

21 (83), (Cairech) 43. 
Enna, of Cill-na-manach, Dec. 31 *36i). 



Enna s. of Niall, race of, (Baeithin) 63, 
(Cuanna) 99, (Nainnidh) 309, (Nio- 
nidh)21,(Scaimal) 119. 

Enostan, of Cluain-dumha, Not. 2 (295). 

Eochaidh, A. of Lismor, Apr. 17 (105). 

Eochaidh, B. of Tamhlacht, Jan. 28 (29). 

Eochaidh, of Uisnech, Jan. 1 (5). 

Eochaidh, the Sons of, May 22 (137). 

Eochaidh, See Dalian Forgaill. 

Eochaidh 8. of Muiredh, race of, (Aedh) 
221 , (Aedh) 269, (Aenghus) 23, (Biteus) 
199, (Brandubh) 41. (Caissin) 61, (Col- 
ma) 25, (Colman) 261, (Loichein) 16, 
(Maelruain) 189. (Muirghem) 29, (Se- 
nan) 233, (Tiu) 179. 

Eochaidh Finnfuathnairt, race of, ( Aedhan) 
229, 231, (Bairrfhinn) 299, (Brighit) 
36, (Deglan) 201, (l)imn) 73, (Enan) 
225, (Feichio) 23, (Finan) 267, (Fion- 
tain) 51, (Mobhi) 276, (Mochua) 347, 
(Sarnat) 103. 

Eoghan b. of Saran, of Cluain-caelain, 
Mar. 15 (77), 247 n. 3. 

Eoghan, B. of Ardsratha, Aug. 23 (227), 
(Col. c.) 159. 

Eoghan, of Lis-mor, Oct. 16 (279). 

Eoghan, A. of Magh-bile, May 31 (141). 

Eoghan, B., Apr. 18(107). 

Eoghan the Sage, May 2t» (141). 

Eoghan, the three Sons of, May 19 (135). 

£o<//ian, of Cillcleithi, 114 n. I. 

Eoyhan Sriahh, (Grellan) 303. 

Eoghan 8. of Niall, race of. (Aenghas) 63, 
( Brecan) 1 95, 327 ,(Cele-chri8t), 63 (Com- 
gall) 237, (Corbmac) 337, (Dachonna) 
127, (Dachuailen) 76, (Daigh) 223, 
(Dorahnog) 133, (Ernan) 223, (Feme) 
251. (Fiachna) 91, (.Finntain) 253. 
(Forannan) 51, (Fuinche) 3, (Lassar) 
309. (Lughaidh) 109, (Maclaisre) 247, 
(Maelrubha) 107, (Maine) 317, (Mod- 
homnog) 49, (Mura) 75, (Osnat) 303, 
(Runach) 199, (Sinell) 15. 

Eoyhan MofyTin^ii of. (Baetan) a5, i Be- 
can') 95, (Gobban) 329, (Ruadhan) 103, 
(Sinech) 267. 

Eoghanan, of Ard-lecach, Dec. 20 (343). 
Eoin 8. of Carlan, of Tech-eoin, Aug. 17 

Eolang, of Achadh-bo, Sep. 6 (237),= 

Eulogius, 411. 
Eolang, of Lecan, Dec. 29 (351). 
Erannan, son of, (Finan) 47. 
Erbthaidhe, son of, (Carthach) 87. 
Ere, B. of Slaine, Nov. 2 (293). 
Ere, B. of Domhnach-mor-Maighe-dam- 

haime, Sep. 17 (251). 
Ere, B. of Domhnach-mor-Maighe«luad- 

hat, Oct. 27 (287). 
Ere d. of Sinell, V., of Miliuc, Oct. 24 

Ere, B., Oct. 2 (265). 
Ere, P., Jul. 13(195). 
Ere, the Sons of, of Darmagh, Apr. 19 

Ere, the three Sons of, of Darmagh, Nov. 

12 (307). 
Ere a. of Fergna, B., (Ere) 287. 
Ercan, the four Sons of, Aug. 9 (215). 
Ercan, the Sons of, Jul. 15 (195). 
Ercnai d. of Daire, (Benignus) 301. 
Ercnat. See Hercnat. 
Ereclech. Mar. 3 (63). 
Erentrude, 207 n. 6. 

Ereran, of Cluain-eraird, Dec. 29 (351). 
Ereran, of Tcch-ercrain, Aug. II (217). 
Ergnat, V. of Dundaen. Jan. 8 (II). 
Ermedhach, A, of Cunga. Jun. 8(149). 
Ennedhach, A. of Craebh-laisre, Jan. 1 

(5), = Hermes, 411. 
Ermen, V., Feb. 13 (49). 
Ernach s. of Echin, Oct. 30 (289). 
Ernan s. of Aedh, May 16 (133). 
Ernan s. of Caemhan, Jan. 11 (13). 
Ernan s. of Eoghan, Jan. 1 (5). 
Ernan, of Cluain-deochra, Jan. II (13). 
Ernan, of Tech-ernain, Jan. 17 (21). 
Ernan, of Torach, Aug. 17 (223). 
Ernan, Oct. 27 (287). 
Ernan, of Cillnasagart, Oct. 26 (285). 
Krnan s. of Fiachna. (Cuimmein) 57. 
ErnenyiUla. Soc Ermen. 



Ernin 8. of Dubh, Nov. 13 (309). 

Eroin a. of Finnchan, A. of Lethglin, 

Nov. 12 (307). 
Ernin a. of Senach, Dec. 14 (337). 
Ernin, of Cluain, Jun. 4 (147). 
Ernin, of Gliiain.finn, Jun. 28 (183). 
Emio, of Cluainrailgech, Aug. 5 (213). 
Ernin, of Cremchoill, May 31 (141). 
Ernin, of Iniacaein, Jul. 13 (195). 
Ernin, or Memog, of Rathnoi, Aug. 16 

Ernin, the Sona of, Sep. 22 (255). 
Ernin Caa, of Lethglinn, Feb. 23 (57). 
Ernin Riaghla, Nov. 14 (311). 
Ernin Ua Brinin, Sep. 27 (261). 
Ernin, B., Jan. 26 (27). 
Ernin, B., Apr. 12(101). 
Ernin, Feb. 28 (59). 
Ernin, May 12 (125). 
Ernin, Jul. 1 (185). 
Ernin, Dec. 23 (347). 
Ernin s. of Aedh, (Ernan) 133. 
Eaconn, B. of BoclUuain, Nov. 20 (315), 

=Axentiu8, 407. 
Eaten d. of Mochc, (Failbhe) 193. 
Etaoin, of Tuaimnoa, Jul. 5 (187), or 

E(laoin=Moduena, V., 407. 
Etchen, B. of Cluainfoda, Feb. 11 (45). 
Etechdachy aon of, (Ultan) 21. 
Ethbinua, A., Oct. 19 (279). 
Eiheloaldus, 208 n. 3. 
Ethem, B. of Domhnachmor, May 27 

Elhne, Sec Eitbne. 
Etianus. See Etchen. 
J^McAande, i.e. d. of Mechar, 431. 
Eugan Mor an-mara, 346 n. 5. 
Eugeniug, Peregrinua, 347 n. 3. 
Euhel a. of Dubhthach, Nov. 14 (311). 
Eulaliua, i.e. Ailill, 361. 
Eulogius, i.e. Eolang, 411. 
Ewalda, the two, Oct. 3 (267). 

Fachtna a. of Dubhthach, of Cilltoma, 
Nov. 14 (311). 

Fachtna, of Crebeg, Bffar. 3 (63). 
Fachtna, B., A.» of Dairinis, Aug. 14 

(219), 411. 
Fachtna, B. of Noachongbail, Jan. 19(21> 

==Facundaa, 411. 
Fachtna, the Daughter of, Aug. 3 (21 1). 
Facundide, Le. daughter of Fachtna, 431. 
Facundutj i.e. Fachtna, 411. 
Faeilenn d. of Aedh, Blar. 3 (63). 
Faeilenn d. of Eoghan, Nor. 13 (309), 415. 
Faeillenn, Jan. 16 (19> 
Faeiltlghem, V., Mar. 17 (81). 
Faeindelach, Sep. 18 (258). 
Faeinlr, of Domhnachfiieinir, Oct. 29 

Faelthleglan, Dec. 20 (343). 
Faelan, of Cluain-maoegna, Jan. 9(ll> 
Faelan, of Cluain-moescna, Aug. 26 (229). 
Faelan, of Bath-aidhne, Sep. 30 (863). 
Faelan Amhlobhar, of Bath-erann, Jun. 

20 (175). 
Faehm Finn, of Cill-eholmai, May 5 (121> 
Faelan, A., M., Oct. 31 (289). 
Faelan and Furaa, 1 16 n. 1 . 
Faelan, Mar. 31 (91). 
Faehm, May 28(141). 
Faelan, Jun. 6 (149). 
Faelan, Jun. 23(179). 
Faelan, Aug. 24 (227). 
Faelan, Sep. 30 (263). 
Faelan, Oct. 12 (276;. 
Faelan, Oct. 19 (279). 
Faelan, Nov. 5 (299). 
Faelchu, of Finnglas, Sep. 24 (257). 
Faelchu, B., Apr. 30 (115). 
Faelchu, May 23 (137), 
Faelchu, Jul. 20 (197). 
Faeldobhair, of Clochar, Jan. 29 (163). 
Faelghus, aon of, (Cohimlya) 129. 
Faithlpm a. of Aedh, (Faitblenn) 237. 
Failbhe a. of Culocha, JuL 1 1 (193). 
Failbhe a. of Luiaaen, of Inia-mor, Aug. 1 

Failbhe a. of Pipan, A. of la. Mar. 22 (85> 
Failbhe a. of Konan, of Cluain^airbelaich. 

Sep. 1 (233). 



Failbhe, A. of la, Mar. 10 (73). 

Failbhe, of Cilleo, Jun. 30 (183). 

Failbhe, of £rdomh» Feb. 8 (43). 

Failbhe, of Erdomh, Apr. 8 (99). 

Failbhe, of Tobucht, Jun. 19 (175). 

Failbhe Maocraic Dibhigh, Jul. 18 ^97). 

Failbhe, Jan. 11 (18). 

Failbhe, Apr. 16 (106). 

Failbhe, Apr. 29(113). 

FaUbhe, JuL 20 (197). 

Failbhe, Sep. 4 (337). 

Fainche, Y., of Cluaincaoi, Jan. 21 (25). 

Famche, (Fainche) 25. 

Fainche, See Fainche. 

Fairbrigh, Not. 13 (309). 

FurcheUach, of Fobhar, Jun. 10 (165). 

Faithlenn s. of Aedh, Jun. 4 (147). 

Faithlenn, Sep. 6 (237). 

Fallamhain e. of Nadfraech, B., Jul. 31 

FaoUenn, See Faeilenn. 
FaoUtigkem. See Faeiltighem. 
Faolan, See Faelan. 
Farmman. See Forannan. 
Febrithe, or Febritea, JuL 30 (207). 
Fedbolr, Y., of Botha-eich, Nov. 6 (299). 
Fedheku, See Fethchu. 
Fedhebm d. of Maine, (Munna) 281. 
Fedhlim d. of Ailell, Y., Dec. 9 (331). 
Fedhlimidh s. of Cremthann, Aug. 28 

Fedhlimidh, B. of CiUmor, Aug. 3 (209). 
Fedhlimidh, of GiUmordithribh, Aug. 9 

Fedhlimidh, of Domhnach, Oct. 30 (289). 
FedhUmidh, Dec. 20 (343). 
Fedhlimidh, Dec 23 (347). 
Feichin mac Ua Gluunche, of Lemmagh, 

Feb. 19 (53). 
Feichin, A. of Fobhar, Jan. 20 (23), 417. 
Feichin Ua Lughbha, Dec. 28 (351). 
Feichin, P., Feb. 22 (55). 
Feichin, P., Aug. 2 (209) . 
FeidkHm Rechtmair, (Col. c.) 159. 
FeiMimidh, See Fedhlimidh. 
Femdidh, Jun. 2(143). 

Feme d. of Cairell. Y., M., Sep. 17 (251). 
Femmor, Y. of Cluaingrencha, Jan. 18 

Feradhach, d. of. Mar. 23 (85). 
jPerifo, (Fidhmuine) 131. 
Ferdachrich, of Doirenaflann, Oct. 6 

Ferdachrich, Mar, 30 (91). 
Ferdachrich, May 18 (133). 
Ferdachrich, May 31 (141). 
Ferdachrich, Aug. 30 (229). 
Ferdachrich, Sep. 9 (243). 
Ferdachrich, Nov. 3 (297). 
Ferdachrich, Nov. 15 (311). 
Ferdachrich, or Maccarthenn, (Aedh) 

FerdaleUhe. See Berchan. 
Ferdomhnach, of Tuaim-da-ualann, Jan. 

10 (167). 
FerghuB s. of Aedh, Feb. 15 (51). 
Ferghus s. of Enda,of Inis-caein, Mar. 29 

Ferghus a. of Guaire, Sep. 10 (243). 
Ferghus, B. of Dunlethglas, Mar. 30 

Ferghus, of Inie-inesciainn, Nov. 10(303). 
Ferghus Bern s. of Eochaidh, (Ruadhan) 

Ferghus Cruithnech, Sep. 8 (239). 
Ferghus, A., Jan. 20 (23). 
Ferghus, Mar. 23 (85). 
Ferghus, Jul. 5(187). 
Ferghus, Jul. 19(197). 
Ferghus, the Seven Daughters of. May 24 

Ferghus. See Ho-Huimmigh. 
Ferghus s. of Conall, (Col. c.) 155. 
Ferghus s. of Eochaidh, race of, (Sgire) 

Ferghus 6. of Bos, race of, (Berchan) 121, 

(Loichein) 23. 
Fergna Britt s. of Failbhe, B. A , of la. 

Mar, 2 (61),=Virgnou8, 415. 
Fergna, P., Sep. 18 (253). 
Fergna, the Daughters of, Jan. 7 (II). 
Fergna. Sec Cruimhther Fergna. 



Feroiia «. of Fergus, (Caillin) 307. 

FetM, i.e. Wiro. 479. 

Fatlachta, race of. (Ailbhe) 247. (Bgai- 

lliin) 5. 
Fcthaidh, Mar. 31 (91). 
Fclhiin. uf Cuilghrainc. Dec. 15 (337). 
Fethchu, of Uamitdli Fubi, Jul. 6 (lev). 
Feihcliu, Jul. a3(19fl). 
Fethgna, A. of ArdTDacha. Feb. 12 (4T). 

3lan9uetiiB. 4IT. 
Pethi, Aug. j 213). 
Fi-LbiiiL'cli. .,f Cill-tDama, Mar. 16 (79). 
Fiacc, B. of Sleblite, Oct. la (373). 
Fiaclii mac Ua Corbmaic, Di-c 27 (34<i). 
fiacha Araidht. race of. (FuDuk 9. 
Flacha MvUlaKan, raw of, (Bsirrf liinii) 

3 (Becan) 139, (Eimliin) 345. 
jTocha Suij/hilt, mce vf, (Banban) 117, 

(Bcrclian) 139, (Bruce Vele) 17, (He) 

17, (ScTcn Biahops) 197. 265. 
Fiackaidh I. ofNial!. (Aeilh) 303. 
Fiachiia,inoiikof Muchutlo, Apr. 29(Ma). 
Fiaclina, Miir, 30 (9l). 
Fiachra, A. of Congbhai 1, Feb. 8 (43). 
Fiachra, A. of Eranl, May i {1 iU). 
Fiachra, B . Sep. as (iiil), 
Fiachra, Jul. 2j (203). 
Fiachra, Sep. 4 (237). 
Flatlira Cael, of Cluaiocaiebtne, Jul. 2b 

Fiachra e. of Cglman, (Fiachra) 203. 
F,aclira B. of Eoi^liaiaii, (Aedh) 269. (Hig- 

aech) 183, (Colruan) 39. 2B7, (Cuim- 

meiu) la, (l>tirbile) ^t^5. (Derbiledh) 

ail,(nisrniai<!) 13. 
Fiachrauh, lleriuit in France, Aug. 30 

FiichraiJh». of Fiiwc, of Slcblite. Oct. 12 

Fiadal, at Cill-achaidh, I>cc. 24 (347). 
FiailliDat, v., Jan. 4 (7). 
Fiadhnat, Nor. 29 (323). 
F'inlsn Fertaeh, Sep. 9 (243). 
Malark F,<m race of, (Comman) 141, 

(Piarmaiit) i7.i, (llichii) I!.--!, (l)oiii- 

hantrort) «5, (Finniu; Ah, (Finneii) 243. 

(FioDtain) 7, (Maelcetliair) 137. (Mo- 

laisi) 105, (Ruigen) 97, (Saralithami) 

341. 114 II. 1. 
FideUt, 347 n. ti. 
Fidhabliair, of Uachtar-achidb. JuL 7 

Fidhairle, Ua Suauajgh, A. of Railhin. 

FiJhmuinij, or Ua Siuuiaigh, of Rsithin. 

May HJ(I3 ). 
Finaii b. of KranQaD, Feb. 12 (<7). 
Finau s. of Pergna, Oct, 4 (267). 
FiiiHii B. of I'ipan, of HiLth. Not. ib (3PS). 
Fman s. of Rimbidh. B., Jan. 8 (I |>. 
Fitmn t. of Garbhan, of Dmimhabluadli, 

(Fiuan) 331. 
Finan, of DruinineoiJ, Feb. 13(49). 
Finan Cam, of Cenncitigh. Apr. 7 (97). 
Fiiian Cuac, Dec. 8 (331), 
FiDiin, Loper, of Sord, Mar. lei (77 1. 
Finao, a Saxon. Jan. 9(11). 
Finaii, Oct. 4 (2U7). 

Finclicll, ofaiialib-guuirc. Jan. 26(37). 
Finchell, V Ajjr 24 ( 1), 
Fiiieriltan, the Seven Sons of, 1 7 n. 4. 
Fiiiileach. Si'e Finneaoli. 

Fiiieachi d. of Loicliin, (Mochun) 347. 
Fiiighin B. of Odhran, Feb. 5 (391, 
Finniyt. See FiiicrittaD. 
Finamairh, (Beracli) 4!». 
finn-Fuae-CHmhail, (Col, c.) 159. 
Fmme/ila a. of Dunchadh, K. of Erin Kor 

1 4 (309). 
Fmi.«tAw, K., (Aedh) 253. (Cruaidh) 281. 

(Dubhtbach) 2ti9. 
Fiiinbeo, of InUior-nidgbi-, J«n, 27 (29) 

Finubharr8.ofAedh,of iMiMdoimhlcJoI 

Finiibliarr, i.e. Brodna, of CiUcuniw Se.. 

9(243). ' '■ 

Finnbliarr, May ai (135), 
Finnbharr. P., Jul. 25 (803). 
Finnbliarr, Sep. 10 (243). 
Finnbharr. See Finnia, 
Finneliadh. 11. of Cillforga, Nor. 12 (307) 



Finncliadh, B., May 16 (13J). 
Fiiinchadhan, of Ard, Feb. 23 (57). 
Fiimchan, B. of Druminenaigh andDruim- 

fess. May 17 (133). 
Finnchan, Mar. 11 (75), 419. 
Finnclian, Jun. 4 (147). 
Finnchan, Oct. 29 (287). 
Finnchan, Nov. 8 (299). 
Finnche, V., Jan. 25 (27). 
Finnchu 8. of F'innlugh, of Brigobhann, 

Not. 26 (317), (Ronaii) 137. 
Finne. See Cruimhther Finne. 
Finneach Duirn, B. of CiUfinnche, F'eb. 2 

F'inncacht, V., Aug. 11 (217). 
Finnen, A. of Cluaineraird, Dec 12 

(333), (Colmaii) 43, (Colum) 335, (Col. 

c.) 161, (Senach) 227, 421. 
Finnen, B. of Iniscunnla, Sep. 27 (261). 
Finnen, B. of Maghbile, Sep. 10 (243). 
Finnen, May 17 (133). 
Finnen, Dec. 29 (351). 
Finnen. Sec Finnia, Maclfinden. 
Finngan, s. of the Aircinnech, of Diamair, 

Oct. 24 (283), 419. 
F'innia, B. of Maghbile, Feb. 1 1 (45). 
Finnia's, the two, Sep. 28 (261). 
Finnian, Mar. 2 (61). 
FMnuian. See Finnia, Uinnian, 324 n. 1. 
Finnlugh s. of Diman, of Tamhlacht- 

Finnlogha, Jan. 3 (7). 
Finnlugh, of Cluain-mic-feig, Jun. 5 (1 47). 
Finnlugh, May 11 (125). 
Finnlugh, Nov. 13 (309). 
Finnluyh 8. of Sedna, (Finnchu) 317. 
Finnmac, B., Nov. 10 (303). 
Finnsech, V. of SUabh-guaire, Oct. 13 

Finnsech, V. of Cruachan, Nov. 9 (301). 
Finn tain s. of Acdh, A., Sep. 19 (253). 
Finntain r. of Eochaidh, Jan. I (5). 
Finntain 8. of Gaibhrcine, at Cluain- 

eidhnech, Feb. 17 (51), 421. 
Finntain s. of Luinidh, Dec. 14 (337). 
Finntain mac Tail, Oct. 9 (271). 
Finntain s. of Toictliech, Jan. 1 (5). 

Finntain or Munna, A. of Cluain-eidh- 

nech, Oct. 21 (281). 
Finntain of Ardcaein, Sep. 8 (239). 
Finntain, P., of Cluaincaein, Feb. 7 (41). 
Finntain, of Cluaincaein, May 1 1 (126). 
Finntain, of Dermach, Oct. 20 (279). 
Finntain, A. of Druimhing, Oct. 10 (27 !)• 
Finntain, of Dunbleisce, Jan. 3 (7). 
Finntain, P., of Fochuillich, Jul. 18(197). 
Finntain, of Lemchoill, Nov. 16 (311). 
Finntain Bel-na-psalm, Mar. 27 (89). 
Finntain Corach, B. of Cluainferta, Feb. 

21 (55). 
Finntain, Cruimhther, Jul. 13 (193). 
Finntain, Sep. 27 (261). 
Finntain, Oct. 1 (265). 
Finntain, Nov. 7 (299). 
Finntain, Nov. 9 (303). 
Finntain 8. of Diman, (Finnlugh) 7. 
Finntina, V. of Cluain-guithbhinn, Nov. 

1 (293). 
Finnu 8. of Arath, Jul. 13 (1.Q5). 
Finog mac Cucha, Oct. 4 (267). 
Fiodhmuinc. See Fidhmuine. 
Fionan. See Finan. 
Flonntain. See Finntain. 
Fitficheallachj (Brelach) 53. 
Flann 8. Foirchellach, Dec. 21 (343). 
F'lann 8. of Maelduin, Apr. 20 (107). 
Flann, A. of Bennchar, Dec. 16 (337). 
Flann, B. of Fmnglas, Jan. 21 r26). 
Flann Beg, Jul. 17 (195). 
Flann Finn, of Cuilllnn, Jan. 14 (15). 
Flann, meaning of, 423. 
Flannan 8. of Tordhelbach, C, of Cill- 

dalua, Dec. 18(341). 
Flannan, of Cill-ard, Mar. 14 (77). 
F'lannan, Nov. 5(299), =:Florentianu8, 423. 
Fledh, v., of Tech-fleidhe, Sep. 12 (247). 
Flora, i.e. Blath, 367 ; or Sgoth, 473. 
Floriyeniua, i.e. Blathmac, 367. 
Fiorentianusy i.e. Flannan, 423. 
Flortis, i.e. Blathmac, 367. 
Foirtchern 8. of Fedlimidh, Oct. 11 (273). 
F^llamhain. See Fallamhain. 
F'^orannan s. of Aedh, Feb. 15 (61). 



Forannan s. of Ronan. of Domhnachmor, 

Apr. 30(115). 
Forannan, of Cill-ae, Dec. 22 (345). 
Forannan, A. of Cluaineraird, Feb. 12 

Forannan, of Lna, Jon. 2 (143). 
Forannan^ (Aedh) 253. 
Fortach, Oct. 6 (267). 
Four Sons of Diman, Aug. 9 (215). 
Four Sons of Ercan, Aug. 9 (215). 
Fraech, Cniimhther, Dec. 20 (343). 
Fraechan, B., of Bochluain, Not. 20 (315), 

FridianuSy i.e. Mac Eire, 439. 
Frossach, Anchorite, Apr. 11 (101), 423. 
Fuarran, of CiU-f^iarrain, 423. 
Fuidhbheach s. of Cillin, Feb. 4 (39). 
Fuillen, of Athaneich, Jul. 23 (199). 
Fuillen, of Drommat, Apr. 24 (111). 
Fuillen, Jan. 12(15). 
Fuinche Garbh, V. of Ros-airthir, Jan. 1 

(3). See Fainche. 
Fuinech, of Cluain-bronaigh, Dec. 11 

Fuinnecht, Dec. 19 (343). 
Fuinnecht d. of Maelfithrigh,(BaethRllach) 

267, (Cormac)51. 
Fulartach s. of Brec, B. of Cluaineraird, 

Mar. 29 (89). 
Fulartach s. of Brec, Dec. 21 (343). 
Furadhran s. of Garbhracthach, Nov. 22 

Furadhran, of Lannturu, May 28 (141). 
Furadhran, A. of Lann-leire, Jun. 16(173). 
Furadhran, B., Jul. 26 (203). 
Furadhran, Jul. 28 (205), 
Fursa, A., Jan. 16 (19), 116 n. 1; anm- 

chara of, (Mellan) 41. 


Gabhran a. of Dubhthach, Nov. 14 (311). 
Gaibhrein, Jun. 24 (179). 
Gaibkrein b. of Corcran, (Finntain) 51. 
GoftArin, of Gael, (Gaibhrein) 179. 
Gaibthene, V., Jul. 11 (193). 

Gallufl, of Loch-techet, Apr. 4 (95). 
Gallus, Nov. 2 (295). 
Gkuralt, A., B., of Magfaeo, Mat. 13 (75). 
Qarbhan, A. of Achadhabhall, Mar. 26 

Garbhan, P., of Cennsaile, Jul. 9 (191). 
Garbhan, Apr. 17 (105). 
Garbhan, May 14(127). 
Garbhan, Not. 21 (316). 
Garbhan, the Daughter of, Mmj 17 (133). 
Garbhan^ of Cillgarbhain, (Garbhan) 87. 
Garbhan a. of Lughaidh, (Mochua) 213. 
Garbhraethach, a. of^ (Fuiadhnm) 315. 
Geinten, P., of Tirguaire, Sep. 2 (233). 
Gelaaiua, i.e. GUlamadiag, A. of Ard- 

macha. Mar. 27 (89). 
Gelchu,NoT. 16(311). 
Gelffeis d. of Aedh Finn, (Fnrsa) 19. 
GelgeU d. of Guaire Aidhne, (Fuzaa) 19. 
Gemman, a. of, (£nan) 31. 
Geran, the Sons of, Apr. 1 (93). 
German a. of Goll, JuL 30 (207), 205 n. 5. 
Gerrginn, a. of, (Senan) 69. 
Gertruid, (Ann) 207. 
Giallan, See Oinmhe. 
Gigniai, cook of Enna, (Enda) 83. 
Gildaa, Not. 4 (297). 
Gillachriat (or Crioetan) Ua Morgair, Jan. 

Gilla-mac-liag. See Gelaaiua. 
Gilla-Mochaidhbeo. See Machabeua. 
Gillebert, Jua. 24 (179). 
Gitlua, i.e. Gaillech, 371. 
Glas, the Poet, (Ciaran) 241. 
Glasan, Oct. 1 (265). 
Glunaalach s. of Coetamhail, of Sliabh- 

faaid, Jun. 3 (145). 
Gobban s. of Naac, Mar. 17 (81). 
Gobban, A, of Airdne, May 30 (141). 
Gobban, A. of Ard-dairiiiiiai, Mar. 26 

Gobban Be^, JuL 16 (195). 
Gobban Finn, A. of CiU^lamhnddhe, 

Deo. 6 (327). 
Gobban, Mar. 30 (91). 
Gobban, Apr. 1 (93). 



Gobban, Nov. 5 (299). 

Gobnat, V. at Moinmor, Feb. 11 (47). 

GoibhnenD, of Techacoithin, May 23(137). 

GoibneDjMay l (117). 

GolUt, (Broccaidh) 191 n. 5, (Muinia) 

Gorman, of Cillgormain, Oct. 25 (285). 
Gonughal, Aug. 5 (213). 
Gormlaith d. of Blann, (Corbmac) 349. 
Greallog. See Grellog. 
Gregory^ Pope, Irish correlative, (Cuim- 

in) 307. 
G, ^::Ucch, (Manchan) 27. 
Greila, (Grellog) 195, (Manchan) 27. 
Grellan a. of Rotan, Apr. 15 (103). 
Grellan, of Craebhgrellain, Nov. 10 (303). 
Grellan Lalnne, Sep. 18 (253). 
GreUan, B., Sep. 17 (251). 
Grellog, of Tamlachtcama, Jul 13 (195). 
Gtuiire Beg, of Achadh-dubhthaigh, Jan. 9 

Goaire Beg, Jon. 22 (175). 
Guaire Mor, of Achadh-dubhthaigh, Jan. 

22 (26). 
Guaire Aidhne, (Fursa) 19. 
Guarian, Jul. 27 (203). 
Guasacht b. of Maelchu, B. of Granard, 

Jan. 24 (27). 
Guibhsech, Jun. 20 (175). 
Gumin d. of Cughaela, Feb. 22 (57). 


Heise, of Airidh-foda, Feb. 24 (57). 
Helair, of Inis-locha-cre, Sep. 7 (239),= 

Helarius, 427. 
Helias, i.e. AilcU, of Mucnamh, Apr. 1 1 

Henair, Jul. 18 (197),=Januariu8, 427* 
Herc-nasca, of Tulachlia, May 12 (125). 
Hercnat, V., of Dundaen, Oct. 30 (289). 
Hermenaa^ or Ermin, 427. 
Herednat, Apr. 10 (99). 
Bermedach, or Ermedhach, 427. 
Mermen^ i.e. Ermedhach, 411. 
Hewald, or Ewald, 266 n. 2. 
Hierologus, i.e. larlugh, 429. 

HieroHj 221 n. 1. 

Hierofdmust S., Irish correlative, (Man- 
chan) 27. 

Oierotheu8, i.e. larlugha, 429. 

Hilarms, i.e. Helair, 427. 

Hilary J S., Irish correlative, (Sechnall) 

Hilda, A., V., Nov. 18 (313). 

HUhamaiss, 344 n. 

Ho-Huimmigh, i.e. Ferghus, Jul. 5 (187). 

BospUiuSf i.e. Brughach, 369. 

Hua. See Ua. 


lamhnai d. of Sinell, (Eimhin) 345. 
larhiithe, B. of Tuaim-da-uaUnn, Dec. 26 

(349), 429. 
larlugh, B., A., of Lismor, Jan. 16 (19),= 

Hierologns, 429. 
larlugh, B., Nov. 22 (315). 
lamog Uithlr s. of Nadfraeich, Jul 31 

last, of Slemhna, (Dabheog) 3. 
Ibhar, B. of Beg-ere, Apr. 23 (109), sister 

of, (Lithghen) 19, (Senach), 295. 
Icbrit. See Ecbrit. 
Id, B. of Athfadhat, Jul. 14 (195). 
Idnaii, (Finnchu) 317. 
leron or Hieron, 220 n. 1 . 
Illadhan s. of Eochaidh, B. of Rathliph- 

then, Jun. 10 (165). 
Illadhan, of Disert, Feb. 2 (37). 
Imchadh, of Cill-droichit, Sep. 25 (259). 
Imhar Ua hAedhagain, Aug. 13 (219). 
Imhramha, See Colman. 
Indagh, son of, (Manchan) 27 < 
Inna, Jan. 7 (11). 
Inneac/i, of Druimdaire, 121 n. 5. 
Inneacht, D., Sep. 5 (237). 
loun, B., of Cill-airthir, Oct. 24 (263). 
loain, of Lismor, Nov. 13 (309). 
loain. See John, 
lobhar. See Ibhar. 
lolladhan. See Illadhan 
lomchaidh. See Imchaidh. 
lothamaisc. See Ithamaisc. 



Trials race of, (Aengluis) 73. 313, (Catan) 
37,(Ciaran) 17I,(Coirpre) 305, (Comh- 
gall) 123, (Coniman) 349. (Conall) 93, 
(Ernan) 133, (Fiilartach) 89, (Glunsa- 
lach) 145, (Ibhar) 109, (Molaissi) 246, 
(Moninne) 187, (Trian) 05. (Ultan) 

Ite, or Mide, V., of Cluaincrodhai}, Jan. 
15 (17), 429; derivation of name, 16, 
n. 1. 

Ithamaisc, of Achadhferta, Jan. 14 (15). 

Itharnwsc of Claenadh, Dec. 22 (343). 


JameSf S., Irish correlative, (Conihgall) 

Jamesy S , Irish correlative, (Findia) 45. 
Januarius, i.e. Henair, 427. 
Joain, of Lismor, Nov. 13 (309). 
Jobf Irish correlative, (Munna) 281. 
John 8. of Carlan, of Tech-eoin, Aug. 1 7 

(429). See Eoin. 
John^ S., Irish correlative, (Ciaran) 243. 
John the Baptist, Irish correlative, (Ibhar) 

Joseph, B. of Tamlacht, Jan. 5 (7). 
Joseph the Carpenter , (Ciaran) 241. 
Justau Lene, Jul. 29 (205). 
JuvencnSf i.e. Baethan, 363. 


Kessoy^ or Moshenog, 74 n. 1 . 

Kci/na, v., 270 n. I ; i.e. Mochenna, 449. 

Kilianus, Jul. 8 (191). 


Lnhhraidh LorCy race of, (Abban) 77, 

(Caemhan) 297, (Colum) 336, (Dagan) 

247, (Momhaedhog) 133. 
Labhras, Lauren tius, or Lorcan O'Tua- 

thail, archbishop of Athcliath, Nov. 

14 (309), 431. 
Lachtain, of Achadhur, Mar. 19 (81),= 

Lactantius, 431. 
Lachtin, See Laichtein. 
Laebhan, of Cillmor, Aug. 9 (215). 

Laeghaire, B. of Cluaincrcmha, Nov. 10 

Laeghaire, B. of Loch Con. S«p. 30 (^363). 
Laeghaire, of Dun, 114 n. 1. 
Laeghaire s. of Niall, race of, (Beoto) 

325, (Cassan) 89, 147, (Colum) 239. 

263, (Conna) 63, (Diarmait) 275, (Finn- 
tain) 5, (lolladhan) 165, (Lassar) 2i^ 

(Liadhaiu) 217, (Lughaidh) 33, (Moir. 

cdhach) 217, (Ossan) 53, (RichellJlM. 

(Ronan) 313, (Scanlach) 331, (Sechoa- 

sach) 205. 
Laeghaire Lore, race of, (Caeimghen) 

143, (Conlaedh) 119, (Eoghan) 227, 

(Etchen) 45, (Maelaiifaidli) 33, (Mo- 

senog) 333. 
Laeighserh Leannmhor, race of, (Aenna) 

2.1, (Baeithin) 137,(Colman) 129. 
Laichtein, Jun. 26 (181). 
Laichtein, Aug. 1 (209). 
Laichten, (Laichtein) 181. 
Laidghenn s. of Baeth, of Cloainferu- 

molua, Jan. 12 (15). 
Laidhgenn s. of Bochra, of Achadh-ni- 

then, Nov. 28(321). 
Laidhgenn, May 20 (135). 
Laidhgenn, Oct. 23 (283). 
Laighne s. of Garbhan, Jan. 12 (15). 
Laimhiodhan, See Ninnidh. 
Laisre s. of Colum, of Druimliag. Oct. 2^ 

Laisren s. of Nasc, of Ardmicnasga, Oct. 

25 (283). 
I^sren, A. of la, Sep. 16 (249),=Lt»- 

rcnus, 433. 
Laisren, of Mena, Sep. 16 (261). 
Laisren, the Daughter of, Jun. 11 (167V 
Laisri, v., of Leitir, Jan. 22 (26), =LuiA, 

Laisrian, Dec. 26 (349). 
Laisse, V., of Cluainlommain, Nov. 9 

Laisse, V., of Cluainmind, Apr. 19(107). 
Lamhruadh, May 9 (123). 
Lappan s. of Ciaran, Feb. 1 1 (47). 
Lappan, of Cluainaithghen, Nov. 3 (2971 



Lappan, Mar. 26 (89). 

Lasair d. of Fergus, (Lasaar) 53. 

Lasara^ i.e. Lasaair, 431. 

Laserian^ or Molaissi, 246 n. 2. 

Lasia, i.e. Laissi, 433. 

Lasrain 8. of Lughaidh, (Mochua) 213. 

Lasreamts or Molaissi, 246 n. 2. 

Lassair, of Cluainmor, Sep. 15 (249). 

Laasar d of Eoghan, V., of Maighin, Apr. 

Lassar d. of Finntan, Mar. 23 (85). 
d. of Lochan, Sep. 30 (263). 
d. of Ronan, of Achadhbeithe, Not. 

13 (309). 
Lasear, of Achadhfoda, Jan. 6 (9> 
Laasar, Y., of Cill-arcalgach, Aug. 20 

Laasar, V., of Glennmedhoin, Feb. 18 (53). 
Lassar, of Tipra-roisrain, Jul. 27 (203). 
Laasar, V.. Mar. 29 (69). 
Laasar, v., May 7 (121). 
Lassar, v., May 11 (125). 
Lassar, May 14 (127). 
Lassar, Jul. 23 (199). 
Laaar, s. of, (Ibhar) 109. 
Lastarf son of, (Colmao) 173. 
LathamusCfOf Achadhferta, Jan. 14 05). 
Laurentius, or Labhras, or Lorcan OTua- 

thail, Abp. of Athcliath, Nov. 14 (309). 
Latarentius, s., Irish correiatiye, (Nessan) ' 

Lazaremta, Le. Laisren, 433. 
Lazarianus, i.e. Laisrian, 433. 
Lean, of ClUgobhail, Jun. 5 (147). 
Leccan, B., Apr. 27 (113). 
Leinin, the Daughters of, Mar. 6 (69). 
Leinm s. of Gannchu, 69. 
Liadhain d. of Eochaidh, Aug. 11 (217), 

Liadham^ or Liuen, 64 n. 1 . 
Liadhnan, A. of Fobhar, Feb. 5 (39). 
Liadhnan, Oct. 2 (265). 
Uamhain sist. of Patrick, Not. 27 (319), 

(Nechtan) 119. 
Libae d. of Aebhfhinn, (Enna) 83. 
Llban, Dec. 18 (341). 

Liban. See Muirghein. 

Liber s. of Luissen, of Inismor, Aug. 1 

Liber, A. of Achadhbo, Mar. 8 (71). 
Liber, of Lethdumha, Mar. 30 (91). 
Liber, M., Nov. 2 (295). 
Libhran, Mar. 8(7 i). 
Libhran, A. of la. Mar. 1 1 (73). 
Libreu, of Cluainfoda, Mar. 1 1 (73). 
Liduen or Liuen, (Ciaran) 65. 
Liobhran. See Libhran. 
Liihghen, of Cluainmor, Jan. 16 (19). 
Liuen, See Liduen. 
Liuican, Jul. 28 (205), 
LimnuSf i.e. Molibha, 453. 
Loam, F of Achadhmor, Aug. 30 (229). 
Loamn, B. of Cillchunna, Sep. 1 1 (246), 

Lobhar, Sep. 28(261). 
Lochait, A. of Maghbile, Jan. 2 (6). 
Lochan, of Cillnamanach, Dec. 31 (351). 
Lochartj (Loichein) 16. 
Lochiiiy of Dalaraidhe, (Fursa) 19. 
Loichein s. of Dubh-dligidh, i.e. Molaga, 

of Tulach-min-molaga, Jan. 20 (23). 
Ix>ichein, of Cong, Apr. 17 (106). 
Loichein, Jan. 12 (15). 
Loichein, Jun. 12 (169). 
Loightech, Oct. 1 (265). 
Loman, of Athtruim, (Broccaidh) 191, 

(Muinis) 341. 
Loman, or Lon, 234 n. 1 . 
Lomchu, of Cill-lomchon, Jan. 9 (11). 
Lomman, of Lochgile, Feb. 4 (39). 
Lomman, of Lochuair, Feb. 7 (41), 435. 
Lomman, B., Oct. 11 (273). 
Lon, of Cillgobhra, Jun. 24 (179). 
Lon. See Longaradh. 
Lonan s. of Daire, of Moinmiolain, Feb. 7 

Lonan s. of Laisre, Aug. 2 (209). 
Lonan, of Ardcruinn, Jul. 11 (193). 
Lonnn, of Ciilualllech, Nov. 12 (307). 
Lonan, of Cluaintibrinne, Oct. 24 (283). 
Lonan, of Trefoit, Nov. 1 (291). 
Lonan Finn, Jan. 22 (25). 

2 L 



Lonan, Jun. 6 (147). 

Longaradh, of Sliabliraairge, Sep. 3 (235). 

Lorcan. See Labhras O'Tuathail. 

LuachalU P., (Ciaran) 243. 

Luachra, Sec Cronan, Moling. 

Luaithrenn, V., of Cill-luaithrenn, Jun. 8 

Luaithrenn, May 1 (117). 
Luath, B. of, (Siadhal) 47. 
Lucan, of Anmhagh, Apr. 22 (109). 
Lucan, of Tanihnaeh, Jan. 23 (25). 
Lucan, P., Jan. 27 (29). 
Lucan, Aug. 13 (219). 
Luchair, of Cillelgraighe. Dec. 23 (347). 
Luchta, of Ath-feraa, Feb. 11 (47). 
Lugh, Jun. 16 (171). 
Lughae<ih s. of Aenghus, P. of Techluta, 

May 12 (125). 
Lughaidh s. of Acnghus, Kot. 2 (295). 
Lughaidh s. of Eochaidh, of Cluainlaegh, 

Mar. 24 (87 \ 
Lughaidh b. of Eochaidh, of Tir-dachracbh, 

Jan. 31 (33). 
Lughaidh s. of Ere, atFordruim, Apr. 17 

Lughaidh 8. of Lucht, B. of Cuilbenn- 

chair, Oct. 6 (267). 
Lughaidh s. of Lughaidh, Jul. 1 (185). 
Lughaidh, B. of Airthcr-achaidh, Sep. 30 

Lughaidh, of Cillcuile, Mar. 9 (73). 
Lughaidh of Cluainfobhair, Aug. 6 (213). 
Lughaidh, of Cuilruscach, Feb. 12 (47). 
Lughaidh, P., Mar. 2 (61). 
Lughaidh, P., Apr. 24 (109). 
Lughaidh 8. of Ith, race of, (Beoaedh) 71, 

(EUtin) 333, (Fachtna) 219. 
Lughaidh Lagha, race of, (Colman) 317, 

(Moteimhncog) 345. 
Lughair, Leper, May 11(1 25). 
Lughan, Saxon, P., JuL 21 (199). 
Lughan, Aug. 16 (221). 
Lughbett (Ciaran) 243. 
Lughna, P., of Cilltarsna, Jan. 20 (23). 
Loghna, of Letir, Apr. 25 (1 1 1 ). 
Lughna, D., Dec. 31 (351). 

Lugidon s. of Deglan, B., Jan. 6 (9). 
Luichell or Colmao, A. of Cluain-caeio. 

Oct. 6 (269). 
Luichell s. of Ciaran, Mar. 21 (83). 
Luichell d. of Lcinin, Mar. 6 (69). 
Luichell, Sep. 10 (245). 
Luichridh, of Cill-luicridh, Apr. 29 (1 13). 
Luigen d. of Leinin, Mar. 6 (69). 
Luighbhe, Jan. 14 (15). 
Luighbhe, of Druimbo, Jul. 24 (201). 
Luighbhe, Jul. 22 (199). 
Luighsech, Y., of Dniim-da-dhart, May 

22 (137). 
Luightighem mac Ua Trato, Apr. 28 

Luissen, the three sons of, (Liber) 209. 
Luit, v., of Driumdairbrech, Apr. 30 

Luit, v., of Techluta, Jul. 27 (203). 
Lurach Duanaire s. of Caana, of Doire- 

lurain, Feb. 17 (53). 
Luran 8. of Conan, Jun. 2 (143). 
Luran, B. of Doirelurain, Oct. 29 (287). 


Macaeimhe, of Tirdaglas, (Colom) 335. 
Maccaille, B. of Cruachan, Apr. 25 (1 1 1). 
Maccaiile. See Senan. 
Mac Cainne, B. of Athdakuurg, Dec. 1 

Mac Cairle, Not. 27 (321). 
Mac Carthairm, B., (Aedh) 269. 
Mac Carthinn, or Aedh, B. of Clochar, 

Aug. 15 (219), (Aedh) 269. 
MaccartinuSf of Clochar, 357. 
Maccoige s. of £ochaidh,of Loch Melgfae, 

Jan. 6 (7). 
Maccoige, A. of LiBmor, Dec. 3 (325). 
Maccoige, of Indedhinen, Apr. 23 (109). 
Mac Con, race of, (Brandubh) 145. 
Mac Contnamha, (Col. c.) 153. 
Macerate Dibhigh, (Failbhe) 197. 
Maccridhe, or Aenghua, Aug. ll (217). 
Mac Cuilmn, B. of Losca, Sep. 6 (WT). 

(Odhran) 265. 
Mac Duach. See Colman. 



Mac Ere, B. of Cillacliaidh,Nov. 18 (313), 

Macha d. of Leinia, Mar. 6 (69). 
Machabeus, or Gilla-Mochaidhbeo, A. of 

SB. Pet. and Paul, Armagh, Mar. 31 

(91), i.e. Mochaidhbeo, 449. 
Machiid, Nov. 14 (311), 439. 
Mac laar, daughters of, (Daminill), 286. 
Mac-in-EcctM, (Onchu) 43. 
Mac Laisre, B., A. of Ardmacha, Sep. 

12 (247). 
Mac Laisre, A. of Bennchar, May 16 

Mac Laithbhe, of Domhnachmor, May 

20 (155). 
Mac Liag, of Cillmor, Aug. 9 (215). 
Mac Liag, of Doire, Apr. 7 (97). 
Mac Liag, B. of Liathdruim, Feb. 8 (43). 
Mac Lubhnain, Physician, Mar. 29 (89). 
Macniadh, son of, (Deglan) 201. 
Mac Nissi, A. of Cluainmicnois, Jun. 13 

(169) 439. 
Mac Nissi, or Aenghus, B. of Condeire, 

Jan. 20 (23); Sep. 3 (233); confusion 

about, 233 n. 2. 
Mac Tail, or Aenghus, of Cillcuilinn, Jun. 

11 (167), (Coiningean) 113, 238 n. 2. 
Mac Tail (Finntain) 271. 
Mac Ua Luagadoy 196 n. 1. 
Mac Ua Nesse. See Cruimhther Mac Ua 

Maedhog s. of Mursan, Dec. 17 (339). 
Maedhog, of Cluainesgrach, Mar. 18 

Maedhog, or Aedh, of Cluainmor, Apr. 1 1 

Maedhog, B. of Fema, Jan. 31 (33), 

(Caillin) 307, (Naile) 29. 
Maedhog, B. of Lismor, Dec. 29 (351). 
Maedhog s. of Sedna, (Dalian) 31. 
Maedhog^ (Molua) 211. 
Maeincnn, B. of Cluainconaire, Sep. 16 

Maeincnn, of Cluainferta, Mar. 1 (61). 
Mael, the, of Tuaim-da-ualann, (larlaitlie) 


Maelaithgein, B. of Maghbile, Sep. 9 

(243), =:Malachenu8, 44 1 . 
Maelalthghen, of Tech-Maelaithghin, Jun. 

6 (147). 
Maelaithghen, Oct. 21 (281). 
Maelalthghen^ (Luightighern) 113. 
Maelan s. of Mechar, Dec. 14 (337). 
Maelan, of Achadh-gobhra, Feb. 22 (66). 
Maelan, of Enach, Jan. 4 (7). 
Maelan, of Snamhluthair, May 27 (141). 
Maelan, B., Dec. 25 (349). 
Maelan, Nov. 6 (299). 
Maclanfaidh, A. of Dairinis, Jan. 31 (33). 
Maclbrighdc 8. of Dornan, A. of Doire, 

Feb. 22 (55). 
Maelcaithir, Dec. 24 (347). 
Maelcanaigh, of Kusgach, Sep. 18 (253). 
Maelceadar, Earl of Hanoine, Jul. 14 

Maelcetair s. of Ronan, of CiUmelchedair, 

May 14 (127),=Mallegariu8, 441. 
Maelchu, (Guasacht) 27. 
Maelcobha, cleric, 443. 
Maelcoisne, of Ros-branduibh, Dec. 28 

(351), (Maelcoisne) 241. 
Maelcoisne, Sep. 8 (241). 
Maelcoisne, Oct. 15 (277). 
Maelcorghais, Mar. 12 (76). 
Maelcroich 8. of Rudhraighe, race of, 

(Colman) 173, (Fursa) 19, (Manchan) 

Maeldalua, s. of, (Senoir) 101. 
Maeldeid, of Lismor, May 21 (136). 
Maeldeith s. of Droighen, Nov. 13 (309). 
Maeldobharcon, B. of Cilldara, Feb. 19 

Maeldoid s. of Derbhdara, Jun. 29 (183). 
Maeldoid, of Mucnamh, May 13 (127). 
Maeldubh s. of Amhalgaidh, of Cluain- 

immorrois, Oct. 20 (27. Q). 
Maeldubh 8. of Berran, Mar. 6 (69). 
Maeldubh, of Cluainconure,Dec. 18(341). 
Maeldubh Beg, at Fobhar, Oct. 2 (266). 
Maeldubh, Dec. 23 (347). 
Maeldubh s. of Enan, (Maeldubh) 347. 
Maelduin, Jun. 10 (167\ 




Macleoin, B. aiul An., Oct. 20 (279). 
Maclfinnen orFiniien, A. of Inis-patraic, 

Feb 6 (41). 
Maelflthrigh, Oct. 8 (271). 
Maelisa Ua Brolchain, Jan. 16 (19). 
Maelmaedhog or Malachias Ua Morgair, 

Abp. of Ardmacha,NoY. 3 (295), (Crio- 

8tan) 169. 
Maelmuire Ua Gormain, or Marianus, 

A. of Lughmhagh, Jul 3 (187). 
Maelmuire, Dec. 24 (347). 
Maelochtraigh, Apr. 20 (107). 
Maelodhar, Oct. 25 (285). 
Maelodhar, of Brimolt, Jul. 16 (195). 
Maelodhrain, of Slane, Maj 31 (141). 
Maclodlirain, of Tuaim-inbhirf Dec. 2 

MaelodhraiD, Jan. 10 (13). 
Maclodhrain, Nov. 1 1 (305). 
Maelodhrain^ (Donnan) 9. 
Maelruain, of Druimraithe, Mar. 6 (69). 
Maelruain, of Rath, Dec. 18 (341). 
Maelrubha s. of Elgana, of Apurcrossan, 

Apr. 21 (107). 
MaelruAin, B. of Tamhlacht, Jul. 7 (189). 
Maelsechlann 8. of Maelruanaidh, (Cairpre 

Crom) 67. 
Maelsechlann Mor^ 8. of. (Colman) 277. 
Maelsneckta, 8. of, (Ultan) 117. 
Maeltolaigh, of Druimniadh, Sep. 13 

Maeltuile 8. of Nochaire, of Disert, Jul. 

30 (205), 
Maeltuile 8. of Tian, Oct. 23 (281). 
Maeltuile, of Cillraaeltuile, May 29 (141), 

Maenacan, of Athliag. Feb. 7 (41). 
Maenach e. of Clairin, at Lannleire, Oct. 

17 (279). 
Maenna, Feb. 26 (59). 
Maighneun, B., A., of Cillmaighnenn, 

Dec. 18 (339),=Magneandu8, 439. 
Mainchin s. of CoUan, in Corann, Jan. 

Mainchin 8. of Sedna, of Loimnech, 

(Mainchin) 351. 

Mainchin, of Disert-mac-cullinn, Jan. 9 

Maincliin, A. of Lismor, Nov. 12 (307). 
Btainchin, of Lughmhagh, Dec. 2 (325). 
Mainchin, of Maethail, Feb. 14 (49). 
Mainchin, theLei>er, Oct. 21 (281). 
Mainchin, Mar. 23 (85). 
Mainchin, May 1 (117). 
Mainchin, Dec. 4 (327). 
Mainchin, Dec. 29 (351). 
Maine s. of Eoghan, Nov. 24 (317). 
Maine, Sep. 2 (233). 
Maine s. of Eichin, (Maine) 317. 
Maine 8. of Niall, race of, (Croiue) 29, 

Maine 8. of Sinell, (Maine) 233. 
Maine, B.. (Maine) 233. 
Mainsenna, (Maelruain) 189. 
Maisse, V., Aug. 21 (227),=Specie8, 441. 
Maithghem d. of Aedhan, (Molaisi) 105. 
Malachenus, i.e. Maelaithghein, 441. 
Malachias or Maelmaedhog Ua Morgair, 

Abp. of Ardmacha, Nov. 3 (295) ; Nov. 

2 (295). 
Maldeyerius or Maelcethair, 127 n. I. 
Mallegarius, i.e. Maelcethair, 441. 
Manchan 8. of Failbhc, Mar. 24 (87), 

(Manchan) 27. 
Manchan 8. of Indagb, of Liath, Jan. 24 

(27), (Greallog) 195. 
Mannan, of Airidb-huird, Feb, 23 (57). 
Mann8ena,(Brenhinn) 32 1 , (Maelruain) I ^. 
Mansuetus^ of Toul, 209 n. 4. 
Mansuetus, Le. Fethgna, 417. 
Maodhog. See Maedhog. 
Maoinenn. See Biaeinenn. 
Maolf and compounds. See Mael. 
Maonacan. See Maenacan. 
Marianus. See Maelmuire Ua O'Gor- 

main, 186 n. 1 ; Mniredhach, 457. 
Marigena, i.e. Muirghen, 467. 
Marian, of Inis-edhnigh, Nov. 1 (295), 

292 n. 1. 
Martin, S., Irish correlative, (Ere) 293; 

prophecy of, (Col. c.) 167. 
Martyrs, Nine-hundred, Aug. 29 (229). 



iWi/ry, Viryinj Irish correlative, (Brighit) 

MathauSj i.e. Matog, 439. 
Matog, Pm., Apr. 25 (111), (Sanctan) 

123,=MathffiU8, 439. 
Matthew t S„ Irish correlative, (Ruadh- 

an) 103. 
Maudoena. See Etaoin, 187. 
Maxentia, or Mo-Escoim, 314 n. 1, 407. 
Meachar, See Mechar. 
Meadhran. See Medhran. 
Meallan, See Mellan. 
Meattan, See Mettan. 
Mechar, the Daughter of, Sep. 6 (239> 

Mechar, 8. of, (Diarroait) 19. 
Medhbh, of Ardachadh, Nov. 22 (315). 
Medhbh d. of Garbhan, (Lughaidh) 267. 
Medhran mac Ua MaichteD, Jon. 8 (149). 
Medhran, of Saighir, Jun. 6 (149), 445. 
Meithceam, Apr. 23 (109). 
Mel, B. of Ard-achaidb, Feb. 6 (41), 

(Maccaille) 111. 
Melhy (Cainnech) 33, (Greallog) 195, 

(Manchan) 27, (Tighernach) 297. 
Melbii, of Cluain.hi, Mar. 19(81). 
Mellan mac Ui Cuinn, of IniB-mac-Ui- 

Cuinn, Feb, 7 (41). 
Mellan, of Cillruis, Jan. 28 (29). 
Mellan, of Tamhlact-menainn, Oct. 26 

Mellan, P., Dec. 6 (329). 
Melteog, i.e. £lltin,C., of Cennsaile, Dec. 

11 (333). 
Menn. See Deochain Menn. 
Mernog s. of Decill, Dec. 23 (347). 
Memog, or Emin, of Rathnoi, Aug. 18 

Mescanny 314 n. 1, 407. 
Methel Chael, V., of Disert, Nov. 12 (307). 
Mettan, V., of Tuaimatha, Mar. 7 (69). 
Mianach s. of Failbhe, Jul. 18 (197). 
Mianacl), of Indeidhncn, Apr, 23 (109),= 

Desiderius, 447. 
Mianach, Aug. 11 (217). 
Mica, of Ernaidhc, Aug. 1 (209). 
Mica, or Micoa, V., Jan. 17 (21). 

MichaeU Archangel, (Brenainn) 129. 

Michen, of Cillmichen, Aug. 25 (227). 

Michen, Brother, (Molaissi) 247. 

Mida 8. of Midgna, 84 n. 1. 

Mide, v., (Cuimmin) 305. 

Mide. See Ite. 

Midh 8. of Mael, Nov. 16 (311). 

Midhabhair,ofBinndroichet, Feb. 22 (57). 

Midhaighre, Aug. 14 (219). 

Midhgu88 8. of Ere, of Techtaillten, May 

Midhguss, Apr. 10 (99). 
Midhnat, of Cill-liuchiune, Nov. 18(313). 
Midhnat, Aug. 4 (211). 
Midhu 8. of Fachtna, Feb. 17 (53). 
MUchu 8. of Buan, (Colman) 3. 
Minclothj sist. of Caemell, (Colom) 335. 
Miodh. See Midh. 
Miolan s. of Daire, of Moinmiolain, Feb. 7 

Miolan, of Moinmiolain, Apr. 16 (105). 
MioUa, (Abban) 77, (Ibhar) 109. 
Mionghar, the Daughter of, Jun. 25 

Moaba s. of Ernan, Oct. 27 (287). 
Mobaei, of Cluainfinnabhair, Dec. 13 

Mobecce, at Trelic, May 29 (141). 
Mobecog, Oct 28 (287). 
Mobecog, Nov. 14 (311). 
Mobheog, or Dabheog (q. v.), of Termonn, 

Jul. 24(201. 
Mobheog, or Mophiog, 337 n. 2. 
Mobhi Clareinech, of Glasnaoidhen, Oct. 

12 (273). 
Mobi, Nun, of Domhnachbroc, Sep. 30 

Mobiu, or Biteus, of Iniscumscraigh, Jul. 

22 (199). 
Mochaei, A., of Acndrium, Jun. 23 (177). 
Mochaemhog, of Iniscaein, Apr. 13(101). 
Moch aero hog, A. of Liathmor, Mar. 13 

(75), (Colum) 335, (Molua) 21 1. 
Mochaemhog, Pni.. Nov. 3 (297). 
Mochaidhblieo, Oct. 11 (273)»=Macha- 

bieus, 449. 



Mocheallog, of Tulach-ualaun, Jan. 23 

Mocheallog, Feb. 1 (37). 
Mocheallog, Mar. 7 (69). 
Mocheallog, Dec. 23 (347). 
Mocheallog, in Letavia, Mar. 26 (87). 
Mochenna, Jan. 29 (31),=Keyna, 449. 
Mochian, Nov. 19(313). 
Mochiurog, or Mochuarog, of Echdruim- 

brecain. May 7 (121). 
Mochliioine, B., Nov. 15 (311). 
Mocholla d. of Dimma, May 25 (139). 
MochoUa, v., Mar. 23 (85). 
Mocholmoc, i.e. Colinan, mac Ua Arta, 

B. of Druimmor, Jun. 7 (149;. 
Mocholmog, i.e. Colman, Jul. 19 (197). 
Mocholinog, of Lismor. See Colinan. 
Mocholmog, of the Lann, (Colman) 269. 
Mocholmog, or Colman, (Colman) 311. 
Mochonna b. of Finnlugh, Nov, 16 (311). 
Mochonna, of Cillcomhartha, May 19 

Mochonna, of Cluainairdne, Sep. 30 (263). 
Mochonna, of Doire, Mar. 8(71). 
Mochonna, of Doire, May 13 (127). 
Mochonna, of Eas-mac-neirc, Mar. 8 (7 1). 
Mochonna, of Ernaidh, Jan. 25 (27). 
Mochonna, of Inispatraig, Jan. 13 (15). 
Mochonna, B. of Lemhchoill, Jan. 13 (15). 
Mochonna, of Magheo, Mar. 27 (89). 
Mochonna Beg, Nov. 9 (303). 
Mochonna, May 3(119). 
Mochonna, Jun. 7 (149). 
Mochonog, of Cillraucraisi, Dec. 19 (343), 

(Dabhcog) 3. 
Mochonog, of Uamha, Nov. 18(313). 
Mochop, of Cillmor, Nov. 12 (307), 
Mochorog 8. of Brachan, of Deirgne, Dec 

23 (347). 
Mochritog, Oct. 8 (269). 
Mochruadoch, of Airdne-coluim, Nov. 10 

Mochta 8. of Dergan, Sep. 9 (243). 
Mochta, of Inis-mochta, Mar. 26 (89). 
Mochta, B. of Lughmhagh, Aug. 19 (223), 
(Col. c.) 153, (Maccridhe) 217. 

Mochua 8. of Aenghus, Dec. 23 (343>. 
Mochua 8. of Cuimin, in Sliabh-eibhlinne, 

May 4 (121). 
Mochna 8. of Lonan, of Techmochua, Dec 

24 (347). (Munna) 281. 
Mochua, of Airisna, Mar. 19 (81). 
Mochua, A. of Balla, Mar. 30 (91), (Gai- 

bhrein) 179. 
Mochua, of Calll^insi-Ailche, Dec 21 

Mochua, of Cluaincralnn, Nov. 21 (315). 
Mochua, of Cluaindobhtha, Mar. 3 (63). 
Mochua, or Cronan, of CluaindolcaiD, Aug. 

6 (213). 
Mochua, orCronan, A. of Fema, Jun. 22 

Mochua Cicheach, Jun. 4 (147). 
Mochua, i.e. Crocan, Aug. 3 (211). 
Mochua, Jan. 18 (21). 
Mochua, Jan. 25 (27). 
Mochua, Mar. 8 (71). 
Mochua, Jun. 3 (147). 
Mochtia, Dec. 22 (345;. 
Mochua, (Moteimhneog) 346. 
Mochua 8. of Lughaidh, (Senchan) 331. 
Mochua-og. See Mochuog. 
Mochuarog, See Mochiarog. 
Mochuarog, or Cuaran, 42 n. 2. 
Mochuda, or Carthach, s. of Fei^ghua, B. 
of Lismor, May 14 (127), (Constaintin) 
75, (Fiachna) 1 16. 
Mochuille, of lunsnat, Jon. 12 (169), of 

Indresuat, 449. 
Mochumma, or Dochumma, B. of Aeu- 

druim, Jan. 31 (33). 
Mochumma, of Druimailche, Jan. 4 (7). 
Mochumma, Jun. 13 (169). 
Mochummog, of Cluaindaimh, Dec. 96 

Mochummog s. of Dobharohu, Jua. 17 

Mochuog Ua Liathain, Oct. 21 (281). 
Mochuppa, Jan. 23 (26). 
Mochutus, or Macbnd, 310 n. 2. 
Mocobha, the Sons of, Aug. 1 (209). 
Modhgraidh, Oct. 4 (267). 



Modhomnog, of TipratfachtDa, Feb. 13 

Modhruith 8. of Ferghus, race of, (Caeil- 

finn) 39. 
ModichUf OP Diiichuill, Nov. 17 (313), 

(Dichu) 115. 
Modiomog, B. of Cluain-cain-aradfa, Dec. 

10 (331). 
Modiomog, Mar. 3 (63). 
Modiuid. See Simplex. 
Modoe, in Ailbhc, Sep. 25 (259). 
Modoilbh. B., Oct. 3 (265) 
Moduenat Moedoena, Maudoena, same as 

Etaoin, (Etaoin) 187 n. 3, 407, 451. 
Modane, Maj 29 (141). 
Moedoena. See Moduena. 
Moego, of Inisconaill, Not. 3 (297). 
Mogenog, B. of Cill-dumha-gluinn, Dec. 

26 (349). 
Moghaidh, P., Sep. 20 (^253). 
Moghin, Aug. 21 (227). 
Moghorog 8. of Brachan, of Deirgne, Dec. 
23 (347); of Sruthair, (Dabheog) 3, 
(Mobheog) 201. 
Moinne, May 21 (135). 
Molaga 8. of Cairthemi, Aug. 13 (219). 
Molaga, of Lifeachar, Jan. 7 (9). 
Molaga, of Tulach-holainn, Aug. 7 (213). 
Molaga^ of Saingel, (Molaga) 219. 
Molaga. See Loichein. 
Molaissi 8. of Aedh, Mar. 8 (71). 
Molaisei s. of Cairell, A. of Letbghlin, 

Apr. 18 (105). 
Molaissi s. of Nadfraech, A. of Daimhinis, 
Sep. 12 (245), (Finnchadh) 307, (Os- 
nat) 9, 453. 
Molais»i 8. of Ua Necte, Jan. 19 (21). 
Molaissi, i.e. Laisren, 8. of Deglan, of 

Inis-muiredbaigb, Aug. 12 (217). 
Molaissi, of Cill-molaisi, Jan. 17 (21). 
Molaissi, Sep. 7 (239). 
Moliag, Dec. 17 (339). 
Molibha, of Enach-elti, Feb. 18 (53). 
Molibba, of Enach-elti, Dec. 26 (349). 
Molibha, B. of Glenndalocha, Jan. b (1 1), 
=Liyinu8, 453. 

Molibha, of Gortchirp, Aug. 6 (213). 
Moling Luachra, B., C, of Techmoling, 
Jun. 17 (171), a prophet, (Berchan) 
327, (Aedh) 253, (Brighit) 35, (Cruaidh) 
285, (Cuan) 277, (Dubhthach) 269, (Fin- 
nachta) 309 (Samat) 119. 
Moliobha. See Molibha. 
Mologa 8. of Colman, Mar. 22 (85). 
Mologa, of Cillmor, Aug. 9 (215). 
Mologa, of Sliabh.bladhma, Jul. 20 (197). 
Mologa, Mar. 26 (89). 
Molomma, of Domhnach-imlech, Jun. 20 

(J 75). 
Moluas. of Oche, A. of Cluainferta, Aug. 
4 (2 1 1 ), (Temhnen) 347 ; and of Druim- 
snechta, 453. 
Molua 8. of Sinell, Jun. 4 (147). 
Molua, of Munghairit, Dec. 21 (343). 
Molua, Oct. 15 (277). 
Molua, Nov. 21 (315). 
Moluog, of Lismor, Jun. 25 (179). 
Moluainen, of Tamhiacht, Oct. 18 (279). 
Momhaedhog, or Mida, of Fedhduin» 

Mar. 23 (85); May 18 (133), 
Momhaedhog t 13 Aug., 218 n. 2. 
Momhaedhog, See Maedhog. 
Momhanna, V., Mar. 21 (83). 
Momhernog, of Glennfaidhle, Jan. 30 (31)« 
Mongfinnd, ofCiordubhan,(Iarlaitbe)349. 
Moninne, V., of Cilltsleibhe, Jul. 6 (187). 
Moninne, V., Jun, 3 (147). 
Monoa, V., of Maghniadh, Jan. 16 (19). 
Montan, P., Mar. 2 (61). 
Monua, 8. of, (Molaissi) 245. 
Mophiog, i.e. Beanu8,of Ardcamrois, Dec 

16 (337). 
Mor d. of Fedhlimidh, (Colman) 261. 
Morcust i.e. Murchu, 455. 
Morecha, Boy-saint, Jul. 22 (199). 
Moriog, B., of Inis-mac-ualaing, Aug. 1 

Moronog, of Druim-samhraidh, Jul. 22 

Mosegha s. of Coimsech, Dec. 9 (331). 
Mosenog, Dec. 1 2 (335), (Senan) 333, 345 
n. 4. 



Moflhacra ?. of Bennan, Jan. B (1 1). 
Moshacni. A. of Cluaineidbnech, Mar. 3 

(63), (Moshacra) II. 
Moshenog, or Senan, of Beithech, Mar. 1 1 

Moshenog Mughna, of Belacb-mughna, 

Dec. 1 1 (333). 
Moshina, or Mosinu, Feb. 28 (59). 
Moshinu, Sep. 1 1 (245). 
Moshionog, of Cluain-caoinchne, May 10 

Mosiolog, Jul. 25 (203). 
MotliaircD. See Mothoria. 
Mothelmhneog, of Cluainferta, Dec. 23 

Motheimhneog s. of Cerban, (Colman) 317. 
Motheimhneoa, or Temhnen 347. 
Mothiolog, of Cillmothiolog and Cluain- 

aithghin, Jul. 13 (193). 
Mutborifl, of Druimcliabh, Jun. 9 (165). 
Motrenog s. of Aengbus, A. of Rufigacb, 

Aug. 20 (225), 168 n. 1. 
Muadan, of Aill-nuaitin, (Muadan) 65. 
Muadan, B. of Airegal-muadain, Aug. 30 

Muadan, B. of Carnfurbaidhe, Mar. 6 (65.) 
Muadbnat, V., of CaUle, Jan. 6 (9), 455. 
Mugbain d. of Ailill, of Cill-na-ningben, 

Dec. 9 (33 O. 
Mugbain d. of Ere, V., of SUabb-dinn, 

Nov. 15 (311). 
Mugbain, V., of Cluain-boirenn, Dec. 15 

Muician, Jun. 8 (l49),=Porcianus, Su- 

bulcus, 455. 
Muicin, of Maigbin, Mar. 4 (63), (Fail- 

bbe) 193. 
Muinis, B. of Forgnaidbe, Dec. 18 (341). 
Muinibsa s. of Nesan, of Inis-faitblenn, 

Mar. 16 (77). 
Muirdebbnir. of Disert-rauirdebhra, Nov. 

3 (297). 
Muirdclacb or Muirdebbair, of Inis- 

eogbaiii, Nov. 3 (297). 
Muiredbacb, B. of Cill-aladh, Aug. 12 

Muiredhach Ua Dubhthaigb, May 15 

(129),=Pelagiue, Marianas, 467. 
Muiredhach Muindery, d. of, (Matog) 111, 

(Sanctan) 123. 
Muu-gbein, or Liban, d. of Eochaidh, Jan. 

27 (29). 
Muirgbein, A. of Glenn-ulasen, Jan. 27 

(29),=Marigena, 457. 
Munna, or FinUn, a. of Tulchan, B., A. 

of Cluaineidbnecb, Oct. 21 ^281), 455. 
Mura, of Fatbain, Mar. 12 (76), (CoL c.) 

161, 163. 
Murchu mac Ua Maichtene, Jan. 8 (149). 
Murcbu, Jun. 12 (]69>=Morcua, 465. 
Murgbal a. of Ninnidh, A. of Rechra, Sep. 

29 (263). 
Murgbal, Soldier of Christ, Nov. 1 1 (305), 


Nadfraecb, tbe Sons of, Jal. 31 (207). 
Nadfraeicb, B., Dec. 11 (331), 
Naemban macUa Duibh,Sep. 13 (249),= 

Sanctanus, 457. 
Naemblugb, Nov. 19 (313). 
Naile s. of Aengbus, of Inbher-naile, Jan. 

27 (29). 
Nainnidh, B. of Cilltoma, Nov. IS (309). 
Nainnidb, of Cluainbuinacnn, Jan. 2 

Nainnidb, of Cruach, Apr. SI (107). 
Nainnidh, of Inis-cais, Oct. 12 (276). 
Aapus, i.e. Sgeallan, 473. 
Natal 8. of Nadfraecb, of Cillnamanadi, 

Jul. 31 (207) 
Natcbaoimbe, A. of Tirdaglas, May I 

(117), (Caemban) 169, (Caemhog) 199. 
Nathfraichus, or Nadfraeicb, 331 n. 4. 
Nathi, B. of Cuilftiitbeirbe, Aag. 1 (209). 
Natbi, B., Oct. 28 (287). 
Natbi, Cruimbther, of Acbadbconaire, 

Aug. 9(215). 
Nathi 8. of Senacb, B., (Natbi) 209, 287. 
Nazair, B. of Liatbmor, Jol. 12 (193). 
Neccan, May 3(119). 
Necht, d. of, (Ite) 17. 
Necbtain, V., Nov. 22 (316), 



Nechtan mac Ua Baird, Apr. 22 (109). 
Nechtan, of Cill-Uinche, May 2 (119). 
Nechtau, of Dungeinihin, Jan. 8 (11). 
Nechtan, the Sons of, Jun. 17 (173). 
Nechtlic, B., May 23 (137). 
Nem mac Ua Birn, A. of Ara, Jun. 14 

Nem, B. of Druimbertach, Feb. 18 (6.^). 
Nem, B. of Druimdallain, May 3 (1 19). 
Nem^ of Lnaighne, (Finntain) 271. 
Neman, B. of Cillbia, Sep. 1 (233). 
Nemlian, B. of Dairinis, Mar. 8 (71),= 

Coelestinus, 459. 
Nemhnall, the Sons of, Feb. 19 (53). 
Nemhnann, ss. of, (Miodhabhair) 57. 
Nemhnatf or Eamhnat, s- of, (Moling) 171. 
Nenn, or Nennius, D., Ill n. 6. 
NennethuSy or Nennius, 19, n. 3. 
NenniuSf or Nenn, 111 n. 5; or Nenne- 

thus, 19, n. 3. 
Nenuailly (Daigh) 53. 
>es8, of Emaidh, Sep. 4 (237). 

Nesit son of, (Aenghus) 23, (Enan) 61. 
Nessan, of Corcach, Dec. I (325), (Bairre) 

Nessan, of Inis-doimhle, Dec. 1 (325). 

Nessan, D., of Mungairit, Jul. 25 (203). 

Nessan, of Uladh, Sep. 29 (263). 

Nessan, Dec. 6 (329). 

Nessan. the Three Sons of. Mar. 15 (77). 

Nesslugh 8. of Ncsan, of Inisfaithlenn, 
Mar. 15 (77). 

Nestor, Mar. 7 (69). 

Ncthsemant s. of, (Cuaran) 43. 

Niadh, of CIuain-Aedha, Jun. 5 (147). 

Niall, of CiUcIeithi, 114 n. 1. 

Nica, B., Apr. 2 (93). 

Nicetus^ or Nica, 93 n. 3. 

Nine-hundred Martyrs, Aug. 29 (229). 

Ninuidh, s. of Eochaidh, R of Inis-maigh- 
samh, Jan. 18 (21), 459. 

Ninnidh, of Cluain-caei, Apr. 21 (107), 

Niiuiio. the Old, Jul. 25 (203). 

Noo, of Finnglas, Jan. 27 (2f0- I 

Noo, Nov. 2o (:n<»)- 

Nuadha s. of Dubhsleibhe, A. of Cluain- 

eois, Dec. 2 (325). 
Nuadha, B., Feb. 19 (53). 
Nuadha, Anchorite, Oct. 3 (267). 


Octide, Jan. 19 (21). 
Odhamat,ofDruim-mic-feradhaich, Nov. 

13 (309). 
Odhbha, V., Nov. 27 (459). 
Odhran s. of Beoaedh, P., May 16 (133). 
Odhran, A. of la and Tech-ererain, Oct. 

27 (287). 
Odhran, Maighister, of Letir, Oct. 2 

(265), 461, (Colum) 336. 
Odhran, of Letrecha-odhrain, Oct. 26 

(285), (MacCuilinn) 239. 
Odhran, of Tir-aeuaich, Feb. 19 (53). 
Odhran, Mar. 6 (69), 459. 
Odiiran, May 8 (123). 
Odhran, Aug. 18 (223). 
Odhran, Sep. 10 (243). 
Odhran, P., (Ciaran) 243. 
Odna. See Maenna. 
Oenu or Oenus, (Aenghas) 359. 
0*Uuamaigh, Ferghus, 187 n. 3. 
Oilbhe 8. of Luissen, of Inismor, Aug. 1 

Oilill Flannbegy race of, (Corbmac) 176, 

OUill Olum, race of, (Colman) 317, (Maine) 

233, (Moteimhneog) 345. 
Oinmhe, i.e. Giallan, Oct 2 (265). 
Oisin 8. of Glas, (Oisscin) 117. 
Oissein 8. of Cellach, of Cluainr^» J«n- 

Oissein, and Fifty Monk- ^^ Tengaidh, 

Jul. 19 (197). 
Oissein, May 1 (1»«'* 
Oissen. the Dp-^'f " ^^» ^^y 3 (U9). 
Ollan Dec ^3"^)* 
OnchiL ^^*^*i™ac. of Kathblathiuaic, 

,.*(191); Jul. 14(196). 
,.»Shu mac-in-Eccis, Feb. 8 (4a). 
O'whinis, or Cairthiniosa. B., Jan 11 




O'Ruairc, (Col. c.) 153. 

Osgeda, V., Oct. 7 (269). 

Osmanna^ i.e. d. of Enach, 431. 

08nat, v.. Jan. 6 (9). 

08nat, or Asnad, V., Nov. 10 (303). 

Ossan. B. of Rath-ossain, Feb. 17 (53). 

Ossein, Jul. 22(199). 

Osuald, 213 n. 3. 

O'Tuathail See Labbras. 


Paan s. of Din, of Cillphaain, (Dablieog) 3. 

PalladiuSf 166 n. 4. 

Papan, JuL 31 (207) ; of Sentreib,ibid. n. 5. 

Parmot i.e. Sgiatb, 473. 

Partholafiy (Brenainn) 321. 

Pate, (Ciaran) 243. 

Patrick, Mar. 17 (79), 155, 221, (Benig- 
nus) 301, (Broccaidh) 191, (Cetbech) 
171, (Col. c.) 151, 156, (Cruimmiu) 
183, (Darerca) 85, (Diarmaid) 13, (Di- 
chu) 115, (Ere) 293, (Foirtchern) 273, 
(Grellan) 303, (Lugbaidh) 105, 295, 
(Mel) 41, (Mochaei) J 79, (Nessan) 203, 
(Secbnall) 319. (Senan) 69. 

Paucomiusj S., Irisb correlat., (Caimin) 87. 

Pail/, S., Irish correlative, (Finnen) 335 ; 
communication witb, (Colga) 55. 

Paul the Hermit, s., Irisb correlative, 
(Caeimgben) 143. 

Pe/agius, i e. Muiredhach, 457. 

Pelleyrinif 111 n. 4, 

PhUip, S., Irisb correlat., (Cainnech)27l. 

PhocoK, i.e. Ronan, 463. 

Phocianui^ i.e. Ronan, 463. 

Pilgrims, tb% Twelve, of Inis-uachtair, 
Dec. 23 (347). 

PiUp, B. of CluainAiainbh, Mar. 4 (63). 

Polan, of Cillmona, May 21 (135). 

Porcellus, le. Banbban, 363. 

Porcianust i.e. Muician, 455 

Prcegratusy i.e. Abban, 356, 

Piiscianusy i.e. Senan, 466. 

Pulcheria, i.e. Caembog, or Cacimbc, 373; 
Soidbealbb, 473. 

Pulcherius, i.e. Caemban, 373. 

Baghnaid. See Rathnat. 

Raithbeo, (Ciaran) 243. 

Ratbnat, of Cill-raith, Aug. 5 (213). 

Reat. See Deochain Keat. 

Recbtan, of Etargabhail, Oct, 26 (285). 

Rectine, V., Oct. 27 (287). 

Regbuil, of Bennchar, Jun. 11 (167). 

Reyina, i.e. Rigbnach, 463. 

Renn, tbe Sons of, Dec. 3 (325). 

Rctbacb s. of Caemhan, Jun. 10 (167)- 

Riacbuill s. of Buachall, Apr. 13 (101). 

Riagbail, A. of Muicinis, Oct. 16 (277). 

Riagbail, of Tecbriaghia, Sep. 17 (251). 

Ricbell, d. of Atbracbt, V., May 19 (135). 

Rigbnacb d. of Feradliach, V., Dec. 18 

(341),=Regina, 463. 
Riyhnack, sist. of Fiunen, (Colman) 43, 

(Finntain) 197. 
Rim, s. and br. of, (Cuimmin Foda) 305. 
Rimhidhj s. of, (Finan) 1 1. 
Riomlitacb d. of Leinin, Mar. 6 (69). 
Robbartacb, of Inismor, Jan. 15 (17). 
Rodaigbe, of Grellacb-bunna, Dec. 16 

(339), =Rodincu8, 463. 
Rodan, B., Aug. 24 (227). 
Rodan. See Rotan. 
Rodincus, i.e. Rodaigbe, 463. 
Roibne, A., Feb. 16 (51). 
Roibne, B., Feb. 17 (53). 
Roincbenn, May 3 (119). 
Roinchenn. See Conlaedh. 
Roinni, Nov. 23 (315). 
Roman Ruanadb, Nor. 18 (313). 
Ronan s. of Aedb, of Achadh-fharcha, 

Dec. 23 (345). 
Ronan s. of Berach, of Dmim.ines- 

clainn, Nov. 18 (313). 
Ronan s. of Fergbus, Apr. 8 (99). 
Ronan s. of Magb, Jul. 15 (195). 
Ronan, of Liatbros, Apr. 30 ( 1 1 5). 
Ronan, B. of Lismor, Feb. 9 (43). 
Ronan Finn, of Lann, May 22 (137). 
Ronan, Jan. 1 1 (13),=Pboca8, Phocianus, 

Ro*an, Jan. 13 (16). 



Konan, May 1 (117). 

Ronan, May 21 (135). 

Ronan, Aug. 18 (223). 

RonnaU (Adamnan) 255. 

Ro8 8. of Trichem, (Ruisen) 97, of Diin- 

dalethglas, 114 n. 1. 
Rotan, Sep. 30 (263). 
Rotan, See Rodan. 
Rottan, Jan. 18 (21). 
Ruadhan s. of Ferghus, A. of Lothra, Apr. 

15 (I03), = Ruffinu8, Ruffillus, 463. 
Ruadhan 8. of Lugliaidh, (Mochua) 213. 
Ruffillus, i.e. Ruadhan, 463. 
RuffinuSf i.e. Ruadhan, Ruiffin, 463. 
RuiflBne, B. of Glenndaloch, Apr. 22 (109), 

-RufBnus, 463. 
Ruisen, of Inis-picht, Apr. 7 (97). 
Ruitche, V., Feb. 8 (43). 
Rumoldus, B. of Duibhlinn, Jul. 1 (185), 

i.e. Rumoel, 463. 
Runach, of Inismor, Jul. 23 (199). 


Sacbhruisc. See Ninnidh. 

Saerghus, of Druim, May 30 (141),=Ser- 

gius, 465. 
Saerlaith d. of Cuilebaith, (Maelbr.) 55. 
Saighnel, of Anmbagh, Apr. 22 (109). 
Samhthann, V., of Cluainbronaigh, Dec. 

Samuel CeinniseU (Sanctan) 123. 
Sanctan 8. of Samuel, B. of Cill-da-lcs, 

May 9 (123). 
Sanctan, B., Jun. 10 (167), (Matog) HI. 
SanctanuSi i.e. Naemhan, 457. 
Sanctin, Sep. 17 (251). 
Sanct-Lethan, or Caemhan, q. v. 
Santy (Ailbhe) 247, (Colman) 207. 
Saran s. of Archur, of Iniflmor, May 16 

Saran s. of Tighcmach, of Lesan and 

Cluain.da-acra, Sep. 21 (253). 
Saran, A. of Bennchar, Aug. 1 (209). 
Saran, of Cluain-creamha, Jan. 8 (1 1). 
Saran, of Tech-sarain, Jan. 20 (23). 
Saran, B., Jan. 13 (15). 

Saran, B., Mar. 1 (61). 

Saran, Jul. 30 (207). 

Saran, Aug. 15(221). 

Saran, Sep. 16 (251). 

Saran, Sep. 23 (257). 

Saran, Oct. 22 (281). 

Sarbile, of Fochard, Sep. 4 (237). 

Sarnat d. of Aedh, V., Not. 9 (301). 

Samat d. of Maelan, As., May 3 (119). 

Sarnat, of Dairinis-ceitne, Apr. 15 (103). 

Sarnat an, (Sarnat) 119. 

Scanlach, of Ard-8canlaighe, Dec. 10 

Scannal 8. of Bresal, of Cillcobrainne. May 

3 (119). 
Scannal, Jun. 27 (181). 
Scellan,Leper,of Ardmacha, Sep. 1 (233). 
Scellan. See Sgellan. 
Sciath d. of Mechair, V., of Fert-sceithe, 

Jan. I (5),=Scuta, Parma, 473. 
Sciath, v., of Fert-sceithe, Sep. 6 (239). 
Scire. See Sgire. 
Scoth, v., of Cluain-grenach, Jan. 18 (21), 

=Flora, 473. 
Scoth, v., of Cluain-mor-moescna, Jul. 

16 (195). 
Scuithin, See Sguithin. 
Scuta, i.e. Sgiath, 473. 
Sdeallan, See Stcllan. 
Scchan, Sep. 19 (253). 
Sechnall, i.e. Secundinos, A. of Ard- 

niacha,Nov. 27 (319). 
Sechnasach, A. of Cennlacha, Jul. 30(205). 
Sechtan Secht-Misaigh, Apr. 24 (109). 
Secundinus or Sechnall, A. of Ardmacha, 

Nov. 27 (319). 
Sednas. of Neman,of Cillaino, Mar. 9(73). 
Sedna, of Druim-mac-ublai, Mar. 9 (73), 

=Sidonius, 469. 
Sedna, B., Mar. 10 (73). See Setna. 
Sedrach, B., Apr. 20 (107). 
Sedrach, Aug. 22 (227). 
Sedrach, Sep. 29 (263). 
Sedrach, Dec. 23 (347). 
Seghnat, V., of Domhnach-ceirnc, Dec. 




Seighin s. of Facbtna, A. of la, Aug. 12 

(217), 4«9. 
Seighin 8. of Ua Cuino, A. of Bennchar, 

Sep. 10 (243). 
Seighin, B. of Ardmacha, May 24 (139), 

Seighin, of Cill-aeighin, Jan. 21 (26). 
Seighin, Clareinech, Jan. 29 (31). 
Seighin, Aug. 24 (227). 
Seighin, Nov. 12 (307). 
Selbhach, the Elder, (Corbmac) 249. 
Senach s. of Buidi, Sep. 10 (243). 
Senach, the Smith, 8. of Etcheu, of Airidh- 

brosca. May 11 (125). 
Senach, P. of Cealla-ua-maighech, Feb. 

Senach, P. of CUhnor, Nov. 2 (295). 
Senach, B. of Cluainfoda, Aug. 21 (227). 
Senach, the Daughter of, Aug. 1 1 (217). 
Senach s. of Cairell, (Senach) 47. 
Senach Garbh, (Senach) 296. 
Senan s. of Caille, Oct. 4 (2(>7),=Pri8ci- 

anu8, 4b5. 
Senan 8. of Gerrginn, B. of Ini8cathaigh, 

Mar. 1 (61) ; Mar. 8 (69); (Dalian) 31, 

(Donnan) 9. 
Senan 8. of Midhran, of Delgini8, Dec. 6 

Senan, of Laithrech-briuin, Sep. 2 (233). 
Senan, or Mosenog, Dec. 1 1 (333). 
Senan. B., Apr. 7 (97). 
Senan, B., Sep. 25 (259). 
Senan, B., Oct. 10(271). 
Senan, Apr 9(99). 
Senan, Apr. 11 (101). 
Senan, Apr. 11 (101). 
Senan, Apr. 26(111). 
Senan, May 6 (121). 
Senan, Jun. 2 (143). 
Senan, Jul. 10(193). 
Senan, Aug. 7 (21»). 
Senan, Aug. 17 (223). 
Senan, Sep. 4 (237). 
Senan, Sep. 16(261). 
Senan, Sep. 30 (263). 
Sonan, I>cc. I«(341). 

Senan, Dec 24 (347). 

Senan, the Children of, Jan. 23 (179). 

Senan. See Moehenog. 

Sen-Berach, ofCuildrephni, Juo. 10(167). 

Senchadh, Dec. 17 (339). 

Senchan, B., A., of Imlech, Dec. 1 1 (331). 

Senchan, the Children of, Jan. 23 (179). 

Senchan 8. of Lughaidh, (Mochaa) 213. 

Seneca, Le. Scnic, 467. 

Senic, Jun, 27 (181),= Seneca, 467. 

Senic, Not. 10 (306). 

Senochidtt i.e. Daughter of Senach, 431. 

Senilis, i.e. Senog, 467. 

Senog, Jan. 10 (13),=Semli8, 467. 

Senoir 8. of Maeldalua, A. of Ardmacha, 

Apr. 11 (101),=Senior, 467. 
Seren. Nov. 26 (319). 
Seryius, i.e. Saerghus, 465. 
Sescnen, 8on of, (Beingnos) 301. 
Sessen, of Ath-onma, Aug. 31 (231). 
Setnas. ofTren, B., Jun. 16 (171). 
Setna. See Sedna. 

Seven Bi8hop8 of Aelmagh, Aug. 23 (227). 
Seven Bishops of Cill-tidil, Nov. 1 (291). 
Seven Bishops of Cluaincua, Oct. 3 (265). 
Seven Bishops of Druini-airbhelaigh, Jan. 

Seven Bishops of Tamhnach-Buadha, Jul. 

21 (197). 

Seven Bishops of Tech-na-comairce, May 

Seven Daughters of Ferghus, of Tech- 

inghen-fergusa. May 24 (139.) 
Seven Sons of Aedh, of Echdruim, Dec. 

20 (343). 
Seven Sons of Dreitell, Dec. 22 (345). 
Seven Sons of Ednlus, of Maighln, May 

22 (137). 

Seven Sons of Stiallan, Oct. 27 (287). 
Seven Holy Virgins, of the Termou of 

Ardmacha, Oct. 8 (269). 
Sgeallan Cael, Apr. U (101),=Kaclett8, 

Sgeallan. See Scellan. 
Sgire, v., of Cill-sgire, Mar. 24 (87). 
Sguithin, of Tcch-sguithln, Jan. 2 (5). 



SiadhAl 8.of Luath, B. of Duiblilinn, Feb. 

12 (47), 469. 
Siadhal, of Cennlacha, Mar. 8 (71), 469. 
Sidonius, i.e. Sedna, 469. 
Sillan Master s. of Ua Gairbh, A. of 

Maghbile, Oct. 21 (281). 
Sillan Master, A. of Bennchor, Feb. 38 

(59), see Moshina, 59 n. 3. 
Sillan, of Cill-deilge, Jan. 31 (33),=Sil. 

ranus, 469. 
Sillan, B. of Daimhinis, May 17 (133). 
Sillan, of Dunmor, Jul. 21 (199). 
Sillan, B. of Glenndaloch, Feb. 10 (45). 
Sillan, of Imlechcassain, Sep. 1 1 (245). 
SillaD, B. of Lismor, Dec. 21 (343). 
Sillan, A. of Maghbile, Aug. 25 (227). 
Sillan, A., Oct. 10(271). 
Sillan, B., Sep. 7 (239). 
Sillan, D., May 4 (121). 
Sillan, Mar. 27 (89). 
Sillan, May 24 (139). 
Sillan, B., Jun. 3 (145). 
SiUaUf of Glenn-munire, 198 n. 2. 
Silnatan s. of Cruimet, Oct. 12 (275). 
Silvanus^ i.e. Sillan, 469. 
Silvester^ pope, Irish correlatiye, (Adam- 
nan) 257. 
Simplex, i.e. Modiuid, B. of Cillmodiuid, 

Feb. 12 (47). 
Sin d. of Niall, (Mobaei) 336. 
Sinach, of Inisclothrann, Apr. 20 (107). 
Sinche d. of Annudh, of Cuil-bennchuir, 

Aug. 22 (227). 
Sinchell the Old, A. of CUUachaidh, Mar. 

26 (87). (Maighnenn) 339. 
Sinchell the Young, A. of Cill-achaidh, 

Jun. 25 (179). See Da-Sinchell. 
Sinchell Ua Liathain, Jun. 20 (175). 
Sinech d. of Fergna, of Cruachan-maighe- 

abhna, Oct. 5 (267). 
Sinech, V. , of Cluain-leth-tengadh, Nov. 9 

Sinech, of Cruach-mic-daro, Sep. 28(261). 
Sinech, of Srath, Feb. 14 (49). 
Sinech. Dec 4 (327). 
Sinech d. of Ernan, (Sinech) 327. 

Sinell B. of Mianach, of Clacin-inis, Nov. 

12 (307). 
Sinell 8. of Tighemach, Jan. 12 (15). 
Sinell, of Druim-broan, Sep. 25 (259). 
Sinell, P., of Maghbile, Oct. I (265). 
Sinell Ua Liathain, Jun. 15 (171). 
Sinell, JuL 1 (165). 

Sinell d. of Cenannan, (Maighnenn) 339. 
Sinell 8. of Finnchadh, 96 n. 1 . 
Sinell, son of, (Mobaei) 335. 
Sioit, Sep. 7 (239). 
Siollan. See Sillan. 
Sionach. See Sinach. 
Sioran, A., Dec 4 (327). 
Siriacus, i.e. Siric, 471. 
Sine, B. of Maghbolg, Not. 26 (319),= 

Siriacus, 471. 
Sistan, P., of Loch-melghe, Jul. 17 (195), 

=Xi8tU8, 471. 
Slebhene s. of Conghal, A. of la, Mar. 

2 (61). 
Snedhairle s. of Comrisi, Dec. 28 (351). 
Soadbar, B., Jun. 26 (181). 
Sobhartan, B., Apr. 20 (107). 
Sobfien d. of Dubhthach, (Rodaighe) 339. 
Sochla^ son of, (Molua) 211. 
Sodalach, Anch., Nov. 7 (299). 
Sodhelbh d. of Bait, V., Mar. 29 (89;. 
Sodhelbh, V., of Cen, Nov. 10 (303).= 

Pulcheria, 473. 
Sodhelbh d. of Cathaeir, (Benignus) 301. 
Soichell, Aug. 1 (209). 
Sons of Ailill, Jan. 16 (19). 
Sons of Baethan, Apr. 24 (III). 
Sons of Caelan, Nov. 16 (311). 
Sons of Caelbadh, Apr. 24 (111). 
Sons of Calmene, Sep. 1 (233). 
Sons of Cathbhadh, Dec. 18 (341). 
Sons of Daighre, Aug. 22 (227). 
Sons of Draighen, Apr. 15 (103). 
Sons of Eochaidh, May 22 (137). 
Sons of Ere, of Darmagh, Apr. 19 (107). 
Sons of Ercan, Jul. 15 (195). 
Sons of Emin, Sep. 22 (255). 
Sons of Geran, Apr. 1 (93). 
Sons of Mocobha, Aug. 1 (209). 



Sons of Nadfraech, Jul. 31 (*2U7). 

Sons of NechUn, Jun. 17 (173). 

Sons of Nemhnall, Feb. 19 (53). 

Sons of Renn, Dec. 3 (^25). 

Sons of Tadhg, Sep. 15 (249). 

Sons of Talarg. Sep. 8 (241). 

Sons of Terchur, Apr. 13 (101). 

Sons of Torraan, Mar. 10 (73). 

Sons of Ua Slainge. May 17 (133). 

Sons of Bochra, the Three, Nov. 28 (321). 

Sons of Dima, the Three. Nov. 1 (293). 

Sons of Dubhthach, the Three, Nov. 14 

Sons of Eoghan, the Three, May 19 (135). 
Sons of Ere, the Three, Nov. 12 (307). 
Sons of Aedh, the Seven. Dec. 20 (343). 
Sons of Dreitell, the Seven, Dec. 22 (345). 
Sons of Ednius, the Seven, May 22 (137). 
Sons of Stiallan, the Seven, Oct. 27 (287). 
Species, i.e. Maisse, 441. 
Sproc d. of Colum, Jun. 30 (183). 
Sraflan, of Cluainmor, May 23 (137). 
Stellan, of Tirdaglas, May 26 (139),= 

Stclhinus, 473. 
Stelhin, Jun. 1 (143). 
Stephanuft, or Bcnen, (Benignus) 365. 
Stiallan, Seven Sons of. Oct. 27 (2/^7). 
Suaibhech, (Maelrubha) 107. 
Suairlech, B. of Fobhair, Mar. 27 (89). 
Suairlcch, A. of Linnduachaill, Apr. 23 

Suairlech Ua Ciarain, A. of Lismor, Dec. 

4 (327). 
Suairlech, P., Dec. 13 (335). 
Subhach, V., of Corann, Aug. 1 (209),= 

Hilarius, 473; Nov. 21 (315). 
Subhtan, (Maelrubha) 107. 
Snbulcus, i.e. Muician, 455. 
Suibhne s. of Colman, (Ronan) 137. 
Suibhne s. of Cuirtri, A. of la, Jan. 1 1 

Suibhne s. of Eoghan, Jan. 19 (21). 
Suibhne, B. of Ardmacha, Jun. 21 (175). 
Suibhne, A. of la, Jun. 22 (175). 
Suibhne, of Scellic, Apr. 28 (113). 
Suibhne, Sep. 27 (261). 

Suibhne, Oct. 28 (287). 

Suibhsech, in Tiraedha, Jan. 9 (II). 

SuitbrectuSf 137 n. 3. 

Tadhg, in Uairsebarg, JuL 8 (191). 
Tadhg, the Sons of, Sep. 15 (249). 
Tadhg s. of Cian, (Benignus) 301, race oC 

(Bricin) 237, (Cruimmin) 181, (Mao- 

Cuilinn) 239. 
Tacdhog, of Tech-taedhog, Jul. 13 (195). 
Taimthionna, V., Oct. 29 (287). 
Tairchell. See DairchelL 
Talarg, the Sons of, Sep. 8 (241). 
Talla, v., of Inis-daighre, Aug. 1 1 (217). 
Talmach, Feb. 26 (59). 
Talmach, Mar. 14 (77). 
Talmach, son of, (Lonan) 291. 
Talulla, As. of Cilldara, Jan. 6 (9). 
Tartinna, of Cill-aird, Jul 3 (187). 

Tassach.B.ofRathcolptha, Apr. 14(103). 

(Patrick) 81. 
Teca, v., of Ruscacb, Oct. 18 (279). 
Tecce, Sep. 9 (243). 
Tecla, v., Sep. 23 (257). 
Tedda, B. of Tamhnach, Jul. 21 (197). 
Telle s. of Seigin, of Tech-telle, Jun. 25 

Temhnen, of Linn-uachaille, Aug. 7 

Temhnen, M., of Linn-uachaiUe, Aug. 17 

Temhnen. of Cluainferta, Dec. 24 (347). 
Tenna, of Tamhnach, JuL 21 (199). 
Terchur, the Sons of, Apr. 13 (101), 
Ternati, 166 n. 4. 

Temog s. of Raithi, Oct. 3 (267\ 
Ternog, Anchorite, Feb. 8 (43), 
Temog, of Cluainmor, JuL 2 (185). 
Ternog, of Uaran, Jan. 30 (31). 
Ternog, Feb. 28 (59). 
Tetghal, Apr. 16 (105). 
Thechj 256 n. 2. 
Theonaif i.e. Tian, 475. 
Three Daughters of Eltin, Mar. 15 (77). 
Three Sons of Bochra, Nov. 28 (321). 



Three Sons of Dimma, Nor. 1 (293). 
Three Sons of Dubhthach, Nov. 14 (311). 
Three Sons of Eoghan, May 19 (135). 
Three Sons of Ere, Nov. 12 (307). 
Three Sons of Luissen, Aug. 1 (209). 
Three Sons of Nesan, Mar. 15 (77). 
Thomas, S,, Irish correl., (Brenainn) 131. 
Tian, of Airidh-huird, Feb. 23 (57),= 

Theonas, 475. 
Tighernach, of Boirche, May 13 (127). 
Tighemach, B. of Cluaineois, Apr. 4 

Tighemach. of Doiremelle, Nov. 4 (297), 

(Cainnech) 33. 
Tighernach, P., Mar. 17 (81). 
Tighernach^ race of, (Motelrahneog) 345. 
Tighernan, of Aridh, Apr. 8 (99). 
Tigridf sist. of Patrick, (Mogenog) 349. 
Tipraite, of Magh-ratha, Dec. 27 (349). 
Tirechan, Jul. 3 (187). 
Tiu, of Rubha. Jun. 24 (179). 
Tocha s. of Cuan, Nov. 27 (321). 
Tocha, Aug. 17 (222). 
Tocomracht, V., of Conmaicne, Jun. 11 

Toictheach, Oct. 16 (279) 
Toictheachf s. of, (Finntan) 5. 
Toimen. See Tomein. 
Toit, of Inis-toite, Sep. 7 (239). 
Tola, B. of Disert-tola, Mar. 30 (91). 
Toraa, Apr. 22 (109). 
Tomnn, of Mungairit, Jul. 26 (203). 
Toman, B., Mar. 18 (81). 
Toman, P., Nov. 30 (323). 
Tomas, of Druim-cuicce, Dec. 4 (327). 
Tomein, A. of Ardmacha, Jan. 10 (13). 
Tomein, Oct. 15 (277). 
Tondach, B., Jul. 21 (197). 
Torannan, A. of Bennchar, Jun. 12 (167), 

168 n. 1. 
Torman, the Sons of, Mar. 10 (73). 
Toma Eiges, (Flann) 343. 
Torptha, Jul. 16(195). 
Totholan, Jun. 17 (173). 
Totnanus, D., Jul. 8 (191). 
Trea, V., of Anl-trea, Jul. 8 (191). 

Trea, d. of Cairthenn, V., of Ard-trea, 

Aug. 3(211). 
Trea d. of Ronan. (Baeithin) 137. 
Trecce, Sep. 9 (243). 
Tren s. of Dubthach, (Daigh) 223, (Diar- 

maid) 13, (Fedlimidh) 215, (Mainchin) 

Trian s. of Deit, of CUl-elga, Mar. 22 

Trichem, sons of, 114 n. 1. 
Trighmeach, B.. Jul. 7 (189). 
Troscan, of Ardbrecain, Jun. 12 (169). 
Trust, K., (Lonan) 291. 
Tuau s. of Coirell, of Tamhlacht in 

Boirche, Apr. 1 (93). 
Tulchan, son of, (Munna) 281. 
Twelve Pilgrims of Inis-uachtair, Dec. 23 


Ua hAedhagain, Imhar, 219. 
Ua Arta^ (Mocholmog) 149. 
Ua Baird, son of, (Nechtain) 109, (Usaille) 

Ua Becce. See Begmarcach, 
Ua Bheonna, son of, (Colman) 25. 
Ua Bim, son of, (Nem) 171, 
Ua Briuin. See Emin. 
Ua Brolchain. See Maelisa. 
Ua Chainche^ son of, (Feichin) 53. 
Ua Ciarain, See Coraan. 
Ua Ciarain. See Suairlech. 
Ua Chill, son of, (Cainnech) 33. 
Ua Colla, (Cillin) 7. 
Ua Corbmaic, son of. See Abban, Baetan, 

Ua Cuinn, (Seighin) 243. 
Ua Dubhthaigh, See Muiredhach. 
Ua Duibh, son of, (Naemhan) 249. 
Ua Duibhne, son of, (Aedhan) 99. 
Ua Duinechda, son of, (Colga) 55. 
Ua hEblen, See AenghuB. 
Ua hEirc, (Colman) 327. 
Ua Elich, son of, (Aedhach) 99. 
Ua Fiachrach, See Cellan, Colman. 
Ua Gairbh, son of, (Sillan) 281. 
Ua Gormain, (Maelmuirc) 187. 



Ua Laeiffhse, son of, (Colmaii) 129. 

Ua Laighde, son of, 197 n. I. 

Ua Laighsigh, See Aenna. 

Ua Liathain, see Colman, 203 ; Corbmac, 

175; Mochuog, 281; SlDChell, 175; 

Sinell, 171. 
Ua Luagada, son of, 197 n. I. 
Ua Lughbhoy (Feichin) 351. 
Ua Mago, son of, (Enan) 233. 
Ua Maichten, Medhran, Murchu, 149. 
Ua Mind J son of, 59 n. 3. 
Ua Morgair, Gillacrist. See Criostan. 
Ua Morgair, See Malacliias. 
UaNecte. See Molaisi, 2 1 . 
Ua Nisse^ son of, (Cruimther) 165. 
Ua Roeda, (Ultan) 345, 343 n. 6. 
Ua Sarain. See Comhgal, 229. 
Ua Sechnaaaigky (Colman) 39. 
Ua Slainge, the Sons of, May 17 (133). 
Ua Suanaigh, of Raithin, May 16 (131). 
Ua Suanaigkf Fidhairic, 265. 
Ua TheirnhnCf son of, (Comman) 59. 
Ua TratOj son of, (Luightighem) 1 13. 
Ua Trianlugha, Jun. 3 (146). 
Uachall, Dec. 22 (345). 
Uanfinn, son of, (Mobhi) 275. 
Uassaile. See Usaille. 
Udhnochtadh, of Cillmor, Aug. 9 (215). 
Ui Cuinn, son of, (Mellan) 41. 
Ui Oidibh, son of, (Airennan) 37. 
IPi Telduibh, son of, (Colman) 43, 335. 
Uidlirin, of Druira-dresa, Feb. 18 (53). 
Uidlirin s. of Buachall, Dec. 15 (337). 
Uindic, of Tuighnetlia, Aug. 29 (229). 
Uinnian, or Finnian, Dec. 1 (325). 
Uisseoit, of Druim-uisseoit, Jul. 28 (205). 
Ultan 8. of Aedhgben, May 24 (139). 
Ultan 8. of Araidi, Jul. 13 (195). 

UlUn B. of Cait, Apr. 4 (95). 

Ultan s. of Etechdach, of Coilcomi, Jan. 

17 (21), 477. 
Ultan s. of Maelsnechta, May 1 (117). 
Ultan, B. of Ardbrecain, Sep. 4 (235), 

(Brighit) 35, 479. 
Ultan, of Cillmor-dithribh, Aug. 9(215). 
Ultan, of Corcach, Jul. 12 (193). 
Ultan, of Inis-daioih, Not. 22 (315). 
Ultan, of Maghnidh, Mar. 14 (77). 
Ultan Tua, of Claenadh, Dec. 22 (343). 
Ultan Ua Roeda, Dec. 22 (343), 343 n. b, 
Ulten, brother of Fursa, Apr. 27 (I J3). 
Ultan, Apr. 16 (106). 
Ultan, Jul. 1 (185). 
Ultan, Jul. 3 (187). 
Ultan, Jul. 5 (187). 
Ultan, Jul. 10 (193). 
Ultan, Sep. 7 (239). 
Uncan, Aug. 21 (227). 
Usaille s. of Ua Baird, of CillusaiUe, Aug. 

27 (229), 477. 
Uuiro. See Wiro. 


Virgins, Seren, of the Termon of Ard- 

macha, Oct. 8 (269). 
VirgnouSf i.e. Fergna, 415. 
VUalianus, i.e. Beoan, 365. 


William, of Tindsbidh, Nov. 23 (479). 
Winocus, 298 n. 2. 

Wiro, Abp. of Athdiath, May 8 (121),= 
Viron, Feron, 479. 


XistuSf i.e. Siostan, 471. 




Aberdeen, (Mophiog) 337. 

Achadh, Garbhan 87. 

Achadh-abhall, Garbhan 87. 

Achadh-bheithe, Lassar 309. 

Achadhbo, in Osraighe, Cainnech 27 1 ; 

Eolany 237 ; Liber 7 1 . 
Achadh-chailltcn in Ui-Drona, south of 

Leithglinn, Bairrfhinn 299. 
Achadh*caein-Conaire,in Luighne, Cniim- 

ther Nathi 215. 
AcUadh-cinn, Cathub 97. 
Achadh-Cunairc, Cruimther Riayain'ilb; 

Nathi 457. 
Achadh-chuilinn, DarbiU 285. 
Achadli-dubhthaigh, in Magh>Li, Guaire 

Beg 1 1 ; on Lower Bann, Guaire Mor 25. 
Achadh-dumha, Dathaedhog 33. 
Achadh-fliarcba, Ronan 345. 
Achadh-ferta, Ithamaisc 15. 
Achadh-Finnich, on the Dothar, in Ui 

Dunchadha, Criotan 125. 
Achadh-foda, Latsnr 9. 
Achadh-gobhra, MaoUin 55. 
Achadh-mor, Loam 229. 
Achadh-na-cro, Dichuill 169. 
Achadh-raithin, in Ui-mic-Cailli, in Deisi- 

MuHihan, Sons of Bochra 32 1 . 
Achadh-raitliiu, in Ferceall in Oirghialla, 

Accobhran 355. 
Achadli-ur, in Osraighe, Lachtain 81. 
Aeg, Bervhun 99; Crofum 15. 

Aelmhagh, i.e. Domhnachmor, Seven 

Bishops 227 ; Dalian 337. 
Aendruim, in Uhidh, Critan 133 ; Cronan 

Beg 9; Cuimmein 185; Modiaei 177; 

Mochumma 33; {Dichu) 114 n. I. 
Ahadc, Ath.fhadhat, 194 n. 1. 
Ailbhc, Modoe 259. 
AilLH:h, Ainmire 165. 
Ail-Nuaitin, Muadan 65. 
Airbhre, in Ui Ceinnsclaigh, Cua/i 193. 
Airdne, Cronan 7i] Gobban, 141. 
Airdne-Coluim, Muchruadoch 303. 
Airdne-Dairinnsi, Gobban 87. 
Airegal Muadaiu, Muadan 229. 
Airidh of Loch Con, Tighernan 99. 
Airidh-foda, Daughter of Cathbhadh 185; 

//eis« 67. 
Airisna, Mochua 81. 
Airiudh-Bainne, Dermor 189. 
Airiudh-Hrosca, on Loch Eirne, Senach 

Airiudh-indaich, Diarmaid 9. 
Airiudh Locha Con, Tighernan 99. 
Airiudh-muilt, on Loch Eirne, DiocUuill 

Airiudh hUird, Mannan 57. 
Airteach, of Connacht, Tech-Baeitliin in, 

(Baeithin) 53. ** 

Airther-achaidh, Lughaidh 263. 
Airther-fine, Cill-mor in, (^fvit/Avs) 313. 
Airthcr-muighe, in Tuaith-ratha, Diar. 

maid 19. 




Alba, ApurcTOS^aii in, (MutlruOha) 107; 
Cill-Highinonadli in, (Cuinnech) 271; 
I of Columcillc in, {Col. c.) 151 ; Lis- 
mor in, {Moluo</) 179; Kath-erann in, 
{Faetan) 175; Sleanihna in, (Dabheog) 

3. Aedhan, K. of, (3/o/aijwi) 105; Ber- 

chan of, 327 ; Caeimhe of, 295. 
Almain, Cluiiindombuilat, (Atdhan) 143. 
Almania, Uairseburg in, {Ccle-clerech) 191. 
Anmhagb, Saighnei 109. 
ApurcroBsan, in Alba, Maelruhha 107. 
Atsl, Brecan 117; Enfui8^; Nem 171. 
Ara-airtliir, Colman 315. 
Arcail, Errigal-Keeroge, Int. xxxii. 
Ard, Finnchadhan 57; {Connrach) 56 n. 1. 
Ard-acbadh, Medhbh 315 ; in Tethbha, 5/e/ 

Ard-aego, Cony alack 345. 
Ard-bo, on Ix>cb-Eacbacb, Colman 55. 
Ard-Breccain, Brecon 195, 327 ; Trogcan 

l()9; r7/on235; {Driyhit) Sb. 
Ard-cacin, Finntain 239. 
Anl-Caembain,byLoch Cammn, Caemhan 

Ard-Camrop, on Locb Carman, in Ui 

Ccinnselaigh, Mophioy 337. 
Ard-carna, in Connacht, Beoaedh 7 1 . 
Ard-conaing, Conac 389. 
Ard-cruinn, Lonan 193. 
Ard-Dairinnsi, Gobban S7. 
Ard-Finain, in Munster, Finan 77. 
Ardghal, Cluain-accair in, {Daighre) 263 ; 

Rath-mic-Stiallain in, (Sonsof StiaUan) 

287. See Cinel Ardgail. 
Ard-Lecach, near Eas-Kuadh, in Magh- 

£ne, Eoyhanan 343. 
Ard-Lonain, Aedhgein 341. 
Ard-Macha, Abbots of, Ailill 15; Be- 
nign us 301; Cellach 93; Corbmac 61; 

Fethgna 47 ; Forannan 115; Gehsius 89; 

J/ac Laisre 247 ; Maelbrighde 65 ; (SecA- 

1UI//319; iSenoir 101; roimen 13. 
, Archbishops of, Celtus 97 ; Jlfa/<i- 

cAtVis 296. 

., Bishops of, ^i7i7/ 185; Catrian 

85; SWyAiw 139; Suilbhne 175. 

Ard-Macha. a Leper of, SicallixM 2s;3. 

, Monastery of, Machttbem* 91. 

, Termon of. Seven Virgitu 269. 

Ard-mic-Nasga, on Lioch L<xioigh in Uladb, 

Lauren 283. 
Ard-mor, in Deisi of Munster, Dtgian 201. 
Ard-Scanlaighe, in Cenel Ardghail, Scan- 
lack 331. 
Ard-8ratha, in Cenel-Moain, E€*yhaM 227 ; 

Coibhdenach^\9\ {Col. c.) 169. 
Ard-Trea, TVca 1 9 1 ; Trca 211. 
Ard-Uladb, CiIl>droichit in, {Imchaidk) 

259; Daire-inghen-AiUen in, {Cum- 

main 141 ; Rubha in, (77m) 179. 
Ards, Ronan king of, {£ndft) 83. 
Aricul, Comman 129. 
Ath-nn-chairbaid, a foni on the Duel io 

Cenel-ConaiU(^-o/ c) 166. 
Ath-an-eich, Fuillen 199. 
Ath-an-urchair, Int. xliii. No. 24. 
Ath-blair, Connmach 191. 
Ath.cliath, or Duibhlinn, Rwmoidtu 185; 

Wiro 121; Labkran Z09i SonsofAedh 

of, {Ftnnbharr) 187. 
, Cill-Michen in, Michem 227; CSll- 

Maighuenn near, (Afaighnenn) 3)9; 

Finnglaisi-Cainnigh near, {DubkHiir) 

129; Tamhlacht near, {Maebruain) 189; 

(Cmnan) 315. 
Ath - cliath - Medhraighe, in Connacht, 

Cill-Colgan at, {Faoilemn) 63. 
Ath-dadaarg, beside Cenannus, Mme 

Cainne 325. 
Ath-duim, in Osraighe, Findeack 37. 
Atheguis, Laebhan 143. 
Ath-fhadhat, in Leinster, Id 195. 
Ath-fema, Luchta 47. 
Ath-ioroglaisse, Co/maii 891. 
Ath-liag, Maonacan 4 1 . 
Ath-omna, Sessen 231. 
Ath-riagh, (Amin) 365. 
Ath-Tniim, in Laeghaire, Foirldkem 273 j 

BaethaUach 267 ; Corbmac 51 ; JLonuMa 

273 ; Ojwaa 53 ; Uatli-OsPain at w«t oC 

{Chsan) 53. 
Austria, {Colman) 277. 



Baile-Fobhoir, or Fobhar, Feichin 23. 
Baile-mic- Hoibert, inClann -Ricaird»(Ffloi- 

Baile-tnic-Robhartaigli in Cinel Conaill, 

CoL c, 151. 
Baile-Mliuirnc, Gohnai 47. 
Balle-Ui-Baoighill, in Raphoe diocese, 

Uasaille 477. 
Balana, Cruaidh 285. 
Balla, in Ceara, Mochua 9 1 . 
Banna, the Lower, Achadh-Dubhthaigh 

on, {Gtiaire Mor) 25 ; {Guaire Btg) 1 1 ; 

CammuB on, (^Colman) 289. 
Bealach-Chonglais, in Leinster, Colman 

Bealach-damhain, in Sengleann, {CoL c.) 

Bealach-duin, Ciaran 171. 
Bealach-Feabhrat, Lacht€un 81. 
Bealach.fele, Brecc Fele 17. 
Bealach-Gabhrain, Enda 351. 
Bealach-Mughna, on the Berbha in Weet 

Leinster, Mosenog 333. 
Bealach-Ui-Michein. {Molaissi) 247. 
Bearbha, Achadh-chaillten wertof, {Bairr- 
finn) 299 ; Bealach-mughna on, {Mosc' 

nog) 333; Ros-glas on, {Eirnhbt) 345; 

Church of Temog on west ride of, (Ter- 

nog) 43. 
Beg-Ere, off Ui Ceinnselaigh, Ibhar 109. 
Beitheach, Moshenoc 75. 
Bennchar, in Uladh, Abbots of, Beoghna 

227; Berach 107; Cennfaeladh 99; 

Co/«m265; Comhgall 12S ; Cronan 299; 

Cuimmen 251 ; Fiann 337; Madaisre 131 ; 

Maelrubha 107; Saran 209; Seigkin 

243; SiUaHb9; Toraniuin 167. 
, Bishops of, Daniel 245; Ruiffine 

, Monks of, Cas 111 ; CnVan 251 ; 

Ftnnchu 317; Reghuil 167; {Gaibhrtin) 

Berrech, Crunnmael 175. 
Biorra, iJreiwinn 321; CiVfew 103; (Afae/- 

rvatii) 189. 

Bo-chluain, iu Laeiglus, east of Cluain- 

eidhnech, Esconn 315. 
Boinn, Finnabhair-abha on, {Nechtain^ 

119; Trefoit at, (Lonan) 291. 
Bolrchc, Tamhlacht in, (Moluainen) 279; 

7'ii<rn93; Tighemach 127. 
Botha-eich-Uaichnigh, in Tir-ratha, Fed" 

bair 299. 
Both-Conais, in Glenn-daoile, Comhgali 

Both-da-fhiach, in Ciannachta of Glenn- 

geimhln, Colman 345. 
Both-domhnaigh, Aiihghein 361. 
Brandon Hill, or Cnoc Brenainn, {MaeU 

cethair) 127. 
Breachmhagh, Auinne 263. 
Breagh, or Bregia, Cill-dumha-gluinn in 

east of, {Mogenog) 349; Damhliag in, 

{Cianan) 316; Deise of, (lobhar) 109 

Domhnach-Sechnaillin, {Sechnall) 319 

Fera-cul in, {Becan) 95. {Siric) 319 

Maghlacha in west of, {Maelaiihgken) 

147; Magh-bolgin,(Stric)319; Trefoit 

in, (Lonan) 291. 
Breifne, Cill-argain,Hn«cAa</&307; Cuil- 

ruscach in, Lughaidh 47. 
Ua Raghallaigh, TuMm-Drecain 

in, {Bricin) 237. 

Ua Ru<urc, Cluain-lothair in, {Cur^ 

each) 2]^. 
Bretan, or Britain, Bracan K. of, {Dabh' 

eog) 3 ; {Diraidh) 205 ; {Dubhan) 47 ; 

{Mobheog) 20 1 ; {Mochonog) 343 ; (Jdogh- 

orog) 347. See Tir Bretan. 
Tuaisoert, Trust K. of, {Lonan) 

Bri-Ele. See Cruachan Bri-Ele. 
Bri-gobhann, in Fir-muighe-Feine, JFliw- 

chu) 317 ; (Ronan Finn) 137. 
Bri-molt, Maelodhar 195. 
Brugh-laogh, Sons of Ereai^9b. 
Buailte-Forannain, in Engnaile, FUaran 

Buill, in Magh L\urg, Tuain-Noo on, 

{Etaoin) 187. 

2 M 2 



Cael, in Ui Eathach, (Conall) 93. 
Cacl-achadh, Coinchenn 225. 
Caen-druim, Duthracht 131. 
Caenrai^he, Cill-Churnain in,(CKni««) 9, 

393; Cill-Dioraa in, (Dioma) 403; 

Caill-cola, Davghtcr of Laisren 167. 
Caille, in Cairbre of Druim-cliabh, Mu- 

adhnut 9. 
Caille-Follamliain in Meath, Ros-each in, 

(Caemhan) 249. 
Caill-insi-Ailche, Mochua 343. 
Cairbre, or Coirpre, Brigh 9. 
Cairbre, Cill-chuilinn in, (Cainder) 29. 
Cairbre of Druim-cliabh, Caille in, (3/tf- 

adhnat) 9 ; Druim-cliabh in, (CW. r.) 

151, {Torannan) 1«7, Lomman 39. 
Cairbre of Tethbha, Cluain-bronaigh in, 

(Samthann) 341. 
Cairbre Ua Ciardha, Cill-Cuaiche in, 

( Cunch) 1 1 ; Druini-fertain in, (^Car- 

thach) 65 ; Tech-Maeilaithghen in, 

{Maelaithtjhen) 147. 
Caisel, Corhmac 249. 
Caisel-Irrae, in Ui-Fiachrach Muaidhe, 

Bron 149. 
Cam-achadh, ColmanO}* 
Camus Comhghaill, Coima 25 ; on tho 

Bann, Colman 289. 
Carn-Furbaidhc, Muadan 65. 
Cussan-Lin^', Linn-uachaille on, (Colman) 

Cealla-Ua-Maigheach, Senach 47. 
Ceann-eitigh, Finan Cam 97. 
Ccann-garadh, in Gall-Ghaoidhelu, Blaan 

215 ; (Catan) 37 ; CWowi 61 ; Daniel 53. 
Ceann-locha, Sechnasach 20'^ ', Siadhafj], 
Ceann-saile, Becan 59 ; Elltin 333. 
Ceann-sailc, at west of Sord, or in west of 

Erin, Garhhan 191. 
Ceara in Connacht, Balla in, Mochua 91. 
Cechair, Cluain-da-acra in, (Saran) 253. 
Ceis-Corann, in Connacht, (Murchu) 169. 
Cella-Orientis. See Cill-airthir. 
Cen, in Magh-Conaille, Sndhealbk 303. 

Cenannas, in Meath, C* /. c. 151; Tt?r- 
mon of, Lucbair 347 ; A^h-daLiarg be- 
side. (3/ac Coinne) 325 ; Druim berthach 
beside, (AVm) 53 n. 2; Grellach-BuQ- 
na near, {Rodaiphe^ 339. 

Cenel. Sec Cinel 

Cianachta Bregh, Daimhliacc and Domh- 
nnch-Soirighe in, ( Cethech ) 1 7 J . 

Cianachta Glcnn-geimliin, Both-da-fhiacb 
in, (Colman) 345 ; Dun-gcinihia in. 
(Aeachtain) 11 ; Tanihlacht-FinnIo«rhs 
in, (Futnlugh) 7 ; (Cainnech) 271 ; (Fut- 
chu) 317. 

Ciarraighe, in Connacht, Imleach-each 
in, (Brorcaidh) 191 ; a poet of, (Ciaran) 

Ciarraighe Luachra, Rathniulghe-taaii> 
cert in, (Lwjhaidh) 267. 

Cill- Abbain,in Ui-Muiredhaigh,.^6^ 77. 

Cill-achaidh, Mac Ere 313. 

Cill-achaidh-dromfota, Sinchell 87. 

Cill-achaidh-droma-Senain, Fudal 347. 

Cill-ae, Forannan :)4b. 

Cill-Aedhain, in Ulster, Aedhan 93. 

Cill- Aiffein. near Glennduloch. Aiffen 145. 

Cill-Aine, in Sliabh- Bregh, Sedna 73. 

Cill-air,inMeath, Acdh 30n, Int. xli. No. I* 

Cillairtl, in Ui Garrchon, Tartinna 187. 

Cill-aird, Ftannan 77. 

Cill-airthir, Cruimther Fumtain 193; 
/twin 283. 

CiU-Aithche, in Caen raighe,.4iMcA^ 361. 

Cill-Aithnenn, in OTlaherty'a couDtiy. 
Aithncnn 361. 

Cill-aladh . Muiredhach 217. 

Cill-Arcalgach, on Loch Lebvnn, Lastar 

Cill-Arga« in Breiffne, Finnckadk 307. 

Cill Bairdne, Int. xxxiz. No. 14. 

Cill- Bairrf bin n, north of Eaa-Rualdh. 
Bairrfhinn 135. 

Cill-beg, Cronan 55. 

Cill-Bhaird, in Leinster, Int. xzjdx. 14. 

Cill-Bia, Neman 233. 

Cill-Bigsighe, in Meath, Biyseck 183. 

Cill-Brecain, in Thomond, Brecon 117. 



CillCftiriane, Cairinne of, ^Dabheog) 3. 
Cill-C»irpre, in Tir-Acdh», near Em- 

Cill-Caeinihe, Ctemh Sb. 
OtU-Cele-Cbriat, in Ci-Duncbadba, Cek- 

Chriit 63. 
Cill-Chseide, in Clare, Int. IL 
Oill-Cliaeimhe, Cat'imht i9S. 
Cill Chaernain, in Oonnocht, <!.'a e.-Hun 37 fi. 
CiU-ChDelbailh, K. uf Kclls, Caelba^ 337. 
CUl-ChartUiRli, in Tir-Boglialne, Car- 

thach 6b. 
Cill-Cheire. in Muscraighe, Ciar7. 
Cill-Chnca, in Mcath, Cocca 379. Inl. 

uxii. No. 14. 
Cill-Cholmai, FadGs Ftan til. 
CiU-Chondgh, finenchtof.(Mo<Aiio)347, 
Cill-CbOTDiun, Comaii 9, 391. 
Cill-chuilinn, in Cnirbre, CainJtr S9. 
Cill-cleilhi, (DiVM u n. 
Citl-cleitighe, Coimui of, (L^aJbou) 339; 

(,Vac Tait) 167. 
CUI-Clochair, in Louth. Int. xlv. No. 33. 
CillCobralnne, Scnnnai 119. 
Cill'Culgan, at AIlicliath-Meiliiraiglie, 

Faeiltnn 63. 
Cili-combartha, AfurhoiiAae I3b. 
Cill-rurnain,inCianrii:ard, Int. xxxix. 14. 
CUI-Cr*p, 8 n 2. 
Cill-Croine, Croint 29. 
Cill-Croajslniu, SffenlLi 10). 
Cill-Cruimriolhar, Int. xliv. No. 24. 
CiU-cmimhther-Frnf ich, Int. xliv. Noi 24, 
Ciil-Cuuclie, in Cairbre-Va-Ctonlba, 

Cuack II. 
CUl-cuilf, Bolcan 1B7 ; Lttghaidh 73. 
Cill-cuiUinn. in Leinster, MacTail 167 ; 

{Coiaitigtn) 113. 
Cill-cuimne, atTamlinacha. CKiimonni. 
Cili-cunga. Dodhnan \0\ ; Finnbharr UZ. 
Cill-cunna, Loan 245. 
Cill-Curcaighe, Cvrcoch 19?. 
Cill-Curnain, In Kenr/, CVriun 9, 303. 
Cill-da-lea, Sanclaa 123. 
CiU-milnin, Di/fanSl. 

Cill-Dslua, in Dal-gCait, Haania 341. 
Cill-daro, Brighit 3 a; Comnat 5; Con- 

tacdh 119; Derliiyliach S7 ; MaeUobhor- 

con M; TuUKllaS; (£.-«Aia)34S! (J&e/- 

nain) 189. 
Cill-deilge, SOka 33. 
Cill-Dioma, in Caenraighe, Diomma 403. 
CiU-driii«biicili, in Ui Drona, EnaH 223. 
Cill-droichit, in Ard-Uladh, lomehaidh 

Cill-Dronain, DronaK 333. 
Cill-l)uiti»i),Hii>. in Ubilb. Dain^edi 333. 
Cill-duTiiha-gluinii. in EMt Bregli, Jfu^- 

■oy 349. 
CUI-Eolga. Triaa S5. 
CilUEIgrait,'lit. LuchairHl. 
Cill-ci), /;<i(AAr 163. 
Citl-ra«l«an, in Laeighi«, Fatlan 17a. 
Clll-Finnchc, Fadtack 37. 
Cill-KiDiiniBighe, in Ui Ftnecltda, Coamt- 

CiU- I'oirtcticirn, in Ui Drona, Foirtcktin 

Cill-Forga, orCill-Argn, FmiKhadhafiT. 
Cill-Fraeiuh. in Corann, FratdtamiS, Int. 

xxiix. No. 14. 
CilM'niaui^li, Frouach 423, Int. uodx. 
rill-Fuarraiil, Fuaron 423. 
Cilt-gaLhai]. ^e Cill-golihall. 
CiU.gublira, in Sliabb iitxrge, Longaradk 

Cill'Garudti, in Ui Maine, CtthtA 171. 
Cill-Uiirbliain. GarMon b7. 
Cill-^'biLs, £,7.i2ll. 
Cill-t'obbidl. iu 'iir-Aedha, between Eu- 

BuaidU and nun-na-iiUull, Lean 147. 
Cil!-gobhra, I.on 79. 
CilI-Gai'muD InG. Leinrter, Gormm 285. 
CUI-lii-mBaird, Int. nxU No, 14. 
Cill-I.le, in dioctee of Limerick, 7(« 429. 
Ci!I-Ilin-leilb. AtdUui. 
CilUn-FaehtDO, in :Mu«craigbe-Cbuiro, 

Cill-iDghcn-Lcuiii,in Briuin-Coalsnn, D. 

of Lenin, and B'igiU69. 
Ciii-iori, Aillin 2Ui ; Ciernhny 29a 



CUI-Lamhraidhc, in Ui CaithreoD, in W. 

Ossory, Gobban 327, 425. 
Cill-Liuchainc, Miodknat 313. 
Cill-Lomchon, in Ulster, Lomchu II. 
Cill-Luaillirenn, in Corann, Luaithrenn 

149; in Leinster, Int. xxxix. No. 14. 
Cill-Luichridh, Luichridh 113. 
Cill-mac-Cathail, in Ui Bairche, Enda^b\, 
Cill-Maighncnn, near Ath-cliath, Maigh- 

nenn 339. 

Cill-Mantain, county of, (Caeimghen) 145. 

Cill-Maeldubhain, in Tir-Aedha, between 

Eas-liuaidh and the Se&yMaeldubh 347. 

Cill-Maeltuile, in Disert-Midhe, Maekuile 

Cill-Melchcdair, west of Cnoc Brendain, 

Maelcethair 127. 
Cill-mic-Duach, in Connacht, Colman 39. 
Cill-mic-Eoghain, Colman 265. 
Cill-Michcn, in Ath-cliath, Michen 227. 
Cill-mic-Nunain, in Cinel-Conaill, Col, c. 

151, 161. 
Cill-Modiuid, in Sodhan, Simplex 47. 
Cill-Moelloc, Elloc of, {Dabheoy) 3. 
Cill-Molaise, in Deisi-Mumhan, Mohtm 

Cill-mona, Polan 135. 
Cill-mor, in Airther-Fine, at end of Magh- 

ealta, Aemjhui 313. 
Cill-mor. Aenyhus Aine 313. 
Cill-mor, Cruimhther Cael 139. 
Cill-mor, [in Breiffne], Fedhlimidh 209; 

Int. xlvii. No. 37. 
Cill-mor, Mochop 307. * 

Cill-mor, Senach 295. 
Cill-mor-Aedhain, in Ui Meith-mara, 

Aedhan 293. 

Cill-mor-dithruibh, Fedhlimidh, and 17 

others, 215; Laehhan 433; Macliag 439; 

Udhnochtadh 477. 

Cill-mor- Ua-Niallain, Cruimhther Core, 95. 

Cai-Mothiolog, in Ui -Ceinnselaigh, Mo- 

thiolog 193. 
Cill-Mucraisse, Mochonogof, (Dabheog^S. 
Cill-muinu, Brigh 307. 
Cill-muinc, [in Britain], {Molua) 211. 

Cill-Murchon, in Corann, near Cei»-Ci>- 

rann, Murchu 169, Int. xxxix. No. 14. 
CiU-Naile, Naile 29. 
Cill-nair, Cuimmein 333. 
Cill-na-manach, in Ui Dunchadha, Enda 

Cill-na-manach. Natal 207. 
Cill-na-ninghen, near Tamhlacht, Daria- 

nill 285; in Ui Brioin-Cualann, Davgh- 

ters of Lenin 69. 
Cill-na-ninghen,in W. of Magh-Life beside 

Liamhain, Fedhlim 331. 
Cill-na-sagart, near Midhluachra, Ermm 

CiU-0-mBaird, in Conaille, Uastaille 477, 
Cill-Phaain, in Osraighe, (Dabheog)3, 
Cill-raith, Rathnat 213. 
Cill-Righmonadh, in Alba, Cainneck 271. 
Cill-Ro, Sons ofDraighen 10.5. 
Cill-ruaidh, on Loch Laoigh, in Dal- 

Araidhe, Colman 277. 
Cill-ruis, in Termon of Inis-Cathaigb, 

Accobhran 29. 
Cill-ruis, Meallan 29. 
CUl-saile, in Crich-Conaill, Athrackt 217. 
Cill-Sechis, Bronach 93. 
Cill-Seighin, Seighin 25. 
Cill-Sgire, in Meath and Fcra-Manach, 

Sgire 87 

Cill-tarsna, Lughna 23. 
Cill-Tidil. Seven Bishops 291 . 
Cill-Toama. Feithn,ech 79. 
Cill-Toma, in Meath, Nainnidk 309. 
Cill-Toma, Sons of Dubthach 311. 
Cill-Uaillech, Lonan 307. 
Cill-Uinchc, in Conaille Muirthomhiie, 

Nechtain 119. 
Cill-Usaille, in Leinster, VsaiUe 939. 
Cinel-Ardgail, Ard-Scanlaighe in, Swni- 

lach 33 1 . See ArdghaL 
Cinel-Cinnenn, larlaithe 349. 
Cincl-Conaill, Baile-meg-Kobhartaigh in* 

(Col. 0.) 151 ; CiU-Carthaigh in, (CWr- 

thach) 65; Doire in, {Col. c.) 151; 

Druim-Thuama in, {Adamnfin) 255; 


Gartan in, (CoL c.) 151 ; Glenn- Suillghe 
in, (Fiachra) 43 ; Inis-caeil in, {Conalt) 
137 ; Magh-Itlia in, (CoL c.) 155 ; Rath- 
both in, (Adamnan) 255, (CoL c.) 151 ; 
Sengleann in, (CoL c.) 151 ; Tcmpall- 
ratfia in, (Finan) 319; Tir-Baghalne in, 
(Aedh) 303, (iVaiTe) 29; Torach in, 
(CoL c.) 151 ; Tulach-dabhglaise in, 
( CoL c ) 1 5 1 . Saint of, (Ernan) 5. 

Cinel-Dobhtha, Berach49', Cluain-coirp- 
the in, (Miodhahhair) 57. 

Cinel-Faghartnigli, Iiit xzxii. No. 2. 

Cinel-Feichin, in West Connacht, Feichin 

Cinel-Fiacliach,Tir-(la-chrafcbh in, (Luyh- 
aedli) 33; Int. xl. 17, xliii. xllv. 

Cincl-Luachain, Uachtar-achadh in,(H(/A- 
abhair) 189. 

Cinel-Moain, in Ulster, Ard-eratha in, 

Cion-sailc. Sec Ceann-saile. 

Claein-ini8, in Loch-Eirrie, Sinell 307, 

Clacnadh, in Ui Faclain, Bran Beg 133; 
Ultan 343. 

Clann-('heallaigli, Clunin-Tibriune in, 
Lonan 2()3. 

Clann-Diarmada, Int xxxii. No. 2. 

CIann-Ricaird,Tenipull-Faeilenn in, Faoi- 
/enn 415; Cillcomain in, Int. xxxix. 14. 

Claravallis, in France, (Mulachias) 297. 

Ciochar, Aedh or MacCairthennt 219, 269; 
Faeldobhair 183. 

Clochar-Duiligh, in Fine-Gall, Duilech 3 1 3. 

Clonown. See Cluain-Emain. 

Cluain, Becan 111. 

Cluain, Cobran 197. 

Cloain, Emant 185. 

Cluain, Ernin 147. 

Cluain- Accair in Ardgail, Daighre 263. 

Cluain-Aedha-Aithmct, in Luighne, 
Niadh 147, 459. 

Cluain-ai, Br^At<219. 

Cluain- Airbh, 5. of Ua Slainge 133. 

Cluain- Airbhclaigh, Failbhe 233. 

Cluain- alrd-Mobecog, in Muecrai^hc- 
Brooghain, Becan 139. 

Cluain-Airduc, Mochonna 263. 
Cluain-Aithghin, Lappan 297 ; Mothiolog 

Cluain-an-dobhair, Cronan 229; Baedan 

of, (Mobaoi) 335. 
Cluain- Arathair, Deacon Menn 111. 
Cluain- Bainbh, Philip 63. 
Cluain-Boirenn, in Ui Maine, Cairech 

Dergain 43. 
Cluain-Boirenn, Guibhsech 175; Mughain 

Cluain-Braoin, Diucholl 117. 
Cluain- Bronaigh, Fuinech 333; inCairbre 

of Tethbha, Samhthann 341. 
Cluain- Bruchais, Colman 193. 
Cluain-Caa. See Cluain-Cua. 
Cluain-Caichtne, Fiachra Cael 203, 
Cluain-cain-Aradh, in Munster, Modiomog 

Cluain- Cairprc, ^£(/Aan 211. 
Cluain-Caoi, in Eoghanacht-Chaisil, Fain- 

che 25. 
Cluain-Caoi, Bercfian 139; Ninnidh 107, 

vritten Cluain-Caoich 459. 
Cluain-caoich, Ninnidh 459. 
Cluain-caoin, Aruin 209. 
Cluain-caoin, Clareinech 147. 
Cluain caoin, Colman 269. 
Cluain-caoin, (Diomma) 403. 
Cluain-caoin, in co. Limerick, Diommog 

111, 403. 
Cluain-caoin, Ftonntain 41. 
Cluain-caoin, Fionnlain 125. 
Cluain- Caoinchnc, Mofhionog 125. 
Cluain-(/aolain, Eoghan Tt, 
Cluain-cama, (Brogan) 99. 
Cluain-catha,in Inis.Eoghain,i?recaM 195. 
Cluain-Ciochmaighe, Coipp 109. 
Cluain-coirpthe, in Connachta, Berack 

49; (Miodhabhair)b7. 
Cluain-Collaing,in Muiuter Eoluis, Cruimk- 

ther Fraech 343. 
Cluain-Conaire, inN.UiFuelain, Maoinenn 

249; Maeldubh 341. 
Cluain- Con niaicne, in Muinter-Eolais, 

(Bernch) 49; (Midhnbhair) 57. 



Cluain-Connaidh, in Cuircne, Comhdhan 

Cluain-crainn, Mochua 315. 
Cluain-credhail, lie 17; Co\m&n of ,(Aedh) 

Clnain-CTemha. Laeyhaire 303. 
Cluain-Cua, Seven Bishops 265. 
Cluain-Cuallachta, Cobhran 209. 
Cluain-(la-acra, in Cochair, Saran 2 >3. 
Cluuin-da-an, BaeUhin 2C9. 
Cluain-da-nndobhair. See Clunin fion- 

C!uain-da-Bbaetog, in Fanaid, Dahhaetog 

Cluain-dn-fhiach, or Both-da-ndach, in 

Ciannachta, Colman 3-15. 
Cliiain-daimh, in Ui Eachach Uladh, Mo- 

chummog 349. 
Cluain-Dallain, near Snarah-eiich, ConaU 

Cluain-Dartadba, Beoloyo 47. 
Cluain-Dartaigbe, Aedhan 47. 
Cluain-da-sailech, Caiuer of, {Mochua) 

213; (Senchan) 331. 
Cluain-dcocbra, Ernan 13. 
Cluain-dianibair, Comhgall 201. 
Cluain-Doblitha. Mochua 63. 
Cluain-Dolcain, Mochua 213. 
CIuain-Domhuil, at Almain, Aedhan 

Cluain-dumha, Enoatan 295. 
Cluain-eacli, Caeruan 113. 
Cluain-cidlinech, in Laoighis, Aedhan 315; 

Finntain 51; Fintain Corach 55; 3fo- 

shacra 1 1, f&g