Uí Dhonnchadha of the Dál Cáis of Clare
Brian Bóraimhe (or Ború) was King of Ireland and defeated the Danes at the famous battle of Clontarf in 1014. He was the son of Ceinnéidigh (Kennedy), and Brian’s sept was known as Síol mBriain (descendants of Brian) within the overarching tribe of Dál Cáis.
MacFhirbhisigh identifies that three of Brian’s sons left progeny and one of those wa
Uí Dhúnchadha of the Ciarraighe Luachra of Kerry
A 6/7th C. tract refers to the high king of Luachair and Loch Léin (embraced as Iarmumu or West Munster) and describes the equal standing between them. Their territory encompassed many tribes across Munster including the Uí Fidgenti (Limerick), Uí Echach Mumhan and overlordship of the powerful Eoghanacht Raithlinn (the O’Donoghue Mór). Their last king
represented by The Donohoe Clan Society