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O"Dubhda, the story of the O"Dowda family of kings

Conor Mac Hale

O"Dubhda, the story of the O"Dowda family of kings

by Conor Mac Hale

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Published by C. Mac Hale in Enniscrone, Co.Sligo .
Written in English


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Statementby Conor MacHale.
SeriesFamily history guide
The Physical Object
Pagination1 sheet ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19102359M

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O"Dubhda, the story of the O"Dowda family of kings by Conor Mac Hale Download PDF EPUB FB2

Early History. The O’Dowds, together with other families, are descended from the 5th century pagan King of Connacht, Fiachra Foltsnathach (of the Flowing Hair), who was the son of Echu Mugmedon, High King at Tara, and were originally known as the Ui Fiachrach, ie descendants of Fiachra.

A historical-fiction account of the life of David Dubhda (O'Dowda), the King of Ireland. Dubhda means"The Dark One". It refers to the black hair or dark complexion of the first man to bear the name. The line and the name have remained intact from generation to generation until the.

William O'Dubhda, Bishop of Killalap, died. Brian O'Dubhdaq, King of Hy-Fiachrach and Hy-Amhalgaidh, died in his own house after having been eighty-four recte fifty-four years in the lordship. Domhnall Clereachr, son of Brian O'Dubhda, King of HyFiachrach and Hy-Amhalgaidh, died after a reign of thirty-six years.

/5(1). The line and the name have remained intact from generation to generation until the sixteenth century when the gaelic spelling was anglicised to the more familiar O’Dowda. As time passed the name O’Dubhda metamorphosed to become the more familiar O’Dowda. We know a great deal of the O’Dowda family history.

(Sources: C ODubhda, O’Dubhda Family History: G O’Reilly, Stories from O’Dowda’s Country) The Ambitious Queen Mother Mongfinn, the daughter of Fidagh, King of Munster, was married to Echu Mugmeddon, King of Connacht who became High King of Ireland in AD.

The O'Dubhda Chieftains have always been a patron of the MacFirbis School, a school for bardic scholars of families MacFirbis and O'Caoimhin, to which the O'Dubhdas are related. Clan Rallies were held every two years fromand thereafter held every three years, in September.

Descended from the O'Dowds of Kilglass, Thomas's grandfather, Patrick left Easkey for Scotland and his father, also Thomas, was born in Glasgow, but ODubhda family returned to Ireland and he was brought up in Easkey. The family again moved to Scotland in the s and settled in y: Kingdom of Connacht.

Among them are the O'Dubhda family (pronounced "O'Dooda"), including the O'Dowda, O'Dowd and other variant spellings, who are descended (with many other families) from a people in the West of Ireland once known as the Uí Faichrach ("Ee Fee-a-crock").

This name derived from a 5th Century pagan king of Connacht called Fiachra ("Fee-a-cra"). O'Dowda as a major participant; and a lecture was given on local Tireragh participation in those historic events of the famous rebellion two centuries ago.

Further progress was made in preparing several books for later publication (covering various topics -General Family Histories, History of Enniscrone, the O'Dubhda Mermaid Story, O'Dubhda.

p Addenda: A Pedigree of O'Dowd, or O'Dowda. The large Genealogical Table, which will be found at the end of this volume, exhibits the descent of the principal families of the Hy-Fiachrach race in the order of their seniority, as far as that has been discovered, from their great ancestor FIACHRA, the son of Eochaidh Muighmheadhoin, who was the sixth from Conn of the Hundred Battles, to as.

The original Gaelic form of O'Dowd was O Dubhda. The first portion of the name comes from the word dubh, which means black or dark complexioned. Early Origins of the O'Dowd family.

The surname O'Dowd was first found in County Mayo (Irish: Maigh Eo) located on the West coast of the Republic of Ireland in the province of Connacht. Arms: Vert a saltire or, in chief two swords in saltire, points upwards, the dexter surmounted of the sinister ar.

pommels and hilts gold. FIACHRA Ealg, brother of Eocha Breac who is No. 89 on the "O'Shaughnessy" pedigree, was the ancestor of O'Dubhda; anglicised Doody, Dowd, Dowde, O'Dowd, and O'Dowda Fiachra Ealg: son of Dathi, the th Monarch of Ireland.

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Librivox Free Audiobook. Full text of "Notes on the early history of the dioceses of Tuam, Killala and Achonry". The line and the name have remained intact from generation to generation until the sixteenth century when the gaelic spelling was anglicised to the more familiar O'Dowda.

As time passed the name O'Dubhda metamorphosed to become the more familiar O'Dowda. We know a great deal of the O'Dowda family. Rich Man Poor Woman Bogyman Thief Author: William O’Dowda Publisher: Mbokodo Publishers The title has a familiar poetic ring to it. It is the second half of a rhyme that goes back towhen William Caxton wrote a book about games The Game and Playe of the Cheese.

It was a divination game, about who you were going to marry. Then AA Milne recycled it inin Now We Are Six. Commonly called O'Dowda's Country By Duald Mac Firbis with translation and notes by John O'Donovan (Dublin, ) - OL * O'DUBHDA, O'DOWD, O'DOWDA, DOWD, DOODY: The O'Dubhda Family History includes some pedigrees of early holders of the name By Conor MacHale (Inniscrone, ) - Borrow this book.

My setting of a poem by a good friend of mine Russell Lovelett. Great imagery and emotion in the words called for a neo-medieval kind of sonority. Nua-ranna ceoil. P.Ó Dubhda do chear by Peadar ó Dubhda () The O'Dubhda family history by Conor MacHale () The O'Dubhda family history by Conor.

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The O'Dowd lands were confiscated after the Cromwellian and Jacobite wars. Branches of the family had settled in Munster before the end of the 16th century, where they now anglicise the name Doody.

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Mark Twain felt supremely at home when he Cited by: 6. Among them are the O'Dubhda family (pronounced "O'Dooda"), including the O'Dowda, O'Dowd and other variant spellings, who are descended (with many other families) from a people in the West of Ireland once known as the Uí Faichrach ("Ee Fee-a-crock").

This name derived from a 5th century pagan king of Connacht called Fiachra ("Fee-a-cra").