Clann Ceile History-continued Back to Page 1
Back to Page 2
Annals of Connacht

1224.  Mael Isu son of the bishop O Mailfagmair, parson of Ui Fiachrach [Muaide] and Ui Amalgaid and bishop designate, was killed by the son of Donnchad O Dubda, after he had been sharing his food and fireside in his own house; and this, the slaying of a bishop of that race, is a deed which no other O Dubda had ever done before.

1234.  Aengus O Mailfagmair, Bishop of the Ui Amalgada, rested in Christ.

1235.  Isaac O Mailfagmair, erenagh of Killala, died this year.

ftp://ftp.ucc.ie/pub/celt/texts/T100011.sgml

Annals of Loch Ce

1257. ďA great depredation was committed by Aedh O'Conchobhair on O'Ruairc, about Easter.  Maelpatraic  Mac hEli, airchinnech of Cill-Alaidh, was slain." 

ftp://ftp.ucc.ie/pub/celt/texts

Annals of the Four Masters

The Age of Christ, 1151.  Ua Maelfoghmhair, Bishop of Ui-Amhalghadha and Ui-Fiachrach-Muaidhe; Erolbh, Bishop of Luimneach; and Brian Cleireach, son of Tadhg Ua Maelruanaidh, died.

THE AGE OF CHRIST, 1234.   The Age of Christ, one thousand two hundred thirty-four.
Aengus O'Mulfover, Bishop of Hy-Fiachrach, Killala; Gilla-na-naev, the son of Art O'Breen, Erenagh of Roscommon; Maelisa, the son of Daniel O'Gormally, Prior of Inismacnerin; Mulpeter O'Carmacan, Master at Roscommon; and Gilla-Isa (Gelasius) O'Gibellan, a monk and anchorite on Trinity Island died.

THE AGE OF CHRIST, 1235. The Age of Christ, one thousand two hundred thirty-five.
Isaac O'Mulfover, Erenagh of Killala, died.

THE AGE OF CHRIST, 1257.  The Age of Christ, one thousand two hundred fifty-seven.
Mac Robias, Abbot of Clones, died. Murray, son of Maelbrighde O'Faircheallaigh, Coarb of Maidoc, died. Maelpatrick Mac Kele, Erenagh of Killala, was slain.

THE AGE OF CHRIST, 1331. The Age of Christ, one thousand three hundred thirty-one.  
The Coarb of St. Caillin, Gilla-na-naev Mac Cele, died in the monastery of Maethail.

ftp://ftp.ucc.ie/pub/celt/texts

O'Maolfoghmair, anglicised "Milford" and O'Maolbrennain, anglicised "Mulrennin," chiefs of Hy-Eachach Muaidhe, a district extending along the western bank of the river "Moy," between Ballina and Killala. ("Irish Pedigrees", by John O'Hart )

Books of Survey and Distribution  1641

Sept of the Clan Keale

Cuming  (Cum?), Addergoole , County Mayo
Names of Proprietors in 1641 Theobald Bourke, 1/2; and 
The Sept of the Clan Keale 1/2

To whom the Forfeited Lands were conveyed: Ulick Bourke

Ballymac Ramack (Ballymacgramagh, Addergoole) owned by Theobald Bourke, 1/2, and The Sept of the Clan Keale, 1/2

To Whom the Forfeited Lands were conveyed: Forfeited to William Shaw and Ulick Bourke