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The History and Topography of the County of Clare by James Frost


Part I. Topography of Thomond Chapter 4. Ui Caisin

Pedigree of John Mac Namara of Cratloe Moyle

Cumara, 17th in descent from Cas, the great ancestor of the Dal Cais.
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Donald, the first who took the name of Mac Namara, flourished in 1142. (Four Masters.)
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Cumara Beg, slain in 1151. (Four Masters.)
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Niall.
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Cumeadha More.
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Loghlen, + 1313.
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Mac Con.
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Sheeda, + 1278. (Wars of Thomond.)
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Cumeadha More, + 1306. (Wars of Thomond). Buried in Ennis Abbey.
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Maccon, Lord of Clan Culein in 1312. (Wars of Thomond.)
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Sheeda. (For whom the Rental was compiled in 1318.)
Maccon.
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Sheeda Cam + 1414. Founder of Quin
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Finen
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Loghlen
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Fineen Mergach, of Rossroe.
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Sheeda Cam, of Rossroe.
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Fineen
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John Nydar, sold Rossroe about 1629
to Viscount Clare.

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Abbey. John, + 1373. (Four Masters.)
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Cumara Gear, + 1380. (Four Masters.)
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Cumeadha, + 1416. (Four Masters.)
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Teige, + 1571. (Four Masters.)
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John. [34]
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Cumeadha, + 1587. (Four Masters.)
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John. [35]
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Daniel. [36]
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Donogh, of Cratloe Moyle.
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John, [37] = Margaret, da. of Lord
Brittas.
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Francis = Bridget, da. of Lord
Power.
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John [38] = Margaret, da. of John
Butler of Caherbane.

 

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