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Where Aileach Guards

Brian Bonner

Where Aileach Guards

A Millennium of Gaelic Civilisation

by Brian Bonner

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Published by Foilseachain Naisiunta TTA. in Baile Atha Cliath .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby Brian Bonner.
The Physical Object
Pagination141p. :
Number of Pages141
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17481814M

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This fine book is one of four written by my mentor, Brian Bonner; others are:Our Inis Eoghain Heritage; Reviews: 1. In the Inishowen author Brian Bonner published the first edition of his book “Where Aileach Guards“, adding ‘flesh and blood to the dry bones of history’ of the ancient territory of Aileach, known today as Inishowen.

Before even knowing the bare basics of Grianán’s past, it always struck me in its appearance as a guardian of this land and its people.

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Author of Our Inis Eoghain heritage, Matterhorn Vision, Where Aileach guards, That audacious traitor, Derry, A society in transition, The homeland of Ó Dochartaigh, Our Inis Eoghain heritage. The book of Inistrahull: Carndonagh Lighthouse Anthony Begley: Ballyshannon and surrounding areas, history, heritage and folklore: Ballyshannon, Co.

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National Library of Ireland Ir b 7: p: Patrick Campbell: The famine years in Northwest Donegal: Jersey City CreateSpace National Library of Ireland: p. County Donegal Book of Honour Committee. My Wee Donegal Library. This page was compiled by Lindel and forms part of the Donegal Genealogy Resources Website.

You may link to this page but not copy any of is content. Notes: This is a list of all the books I have in my own little Donegal library as at 18 Dec Buy Where Aileach guards: A millennium of Gaelic civilisation by Bonner, Brian (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(2).

In a book about Inishowen Catholic history, and authored by Brian Bonner, (Where Aileach Guards"), noted: "The older generation still refers to the bearers of this historic surname as the "Dee-erma", although the name usually appears in it's Anglicized form today in the former Bredach kingdom of the O'Duibhdhiorma clan chieftains.

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Gaelic Ireland (Irish: Éire Ghaelach) was the Gaelic political and social order, and associated culture, that existed in Ireland from the prehistoric era si BC until the early 17th century.

Before the Norman invasion ofGaelic Ireland comprised the whole island. Thereafter, it comprised that part of the country not under foreign dominion at a given time. Ross Castle (Irish: Caisleán an Rois) is a 15th-century tower house and keep on the edge of Lough Leane, in Killarney National Park, County Kerry, Ireland.

It is the ancestral home of the O'Donoghue clan, later associated with the Brownes of Killarney. The castle is operated by the Office of Public Works, and is open to the public seasonally with guided : Killarney, County Kerry, Ireland. Learn how Enniskillen Castle, in County Fermanagh, was used in the rebellion against British rule in the 16th century and how the ring fort of Grianan Of Aileach, in County Donegal, is believed to be the oldest building in Ireland.

On this page you can find our selection. Among the aspects covered in this book are; the boundaries of Inishowen, early inhabitants and rulers of Inishowen; its political up to the 14th century; the various ruling families and the contemorary seat of power over much of Ireland, hisoric Aileach; the advent of Christianity followed by the rise and later decline of Celtic monasticism.

The Maoil Isu in the O Brolchan pedigree is quite a famous poet - he died in and is listed in O'Clery's genealogies as Maoil Iosa an cleiricc. I have copies of several of his poems as they appear in Bonner's "Where Aileach Guards." The earlier Suibne mend in.

They were a branch of the Cinel Eoghain known both as the Clann Fhearghusa and the Cenel Coelbad. Their original territory as descendants of Owen was in the western part of the Inishowen Peninsula in Donegal, but following the generally westward movement of the Kings of Aileach in the 11th century, some of the Cenel Coelbad settled in Tryone.

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The Medieval Kingdom of Lough Erne. by Katharine Simms. The creation of a unified kingdom. The present county of Fermanagh certainly takes its name from the Fir Manach of earlier times, a people occupying the comparatively fertile land between the modern Enniskillen and Lisnaskea, ruled at first by the Ó hEignigh family among others, and later by the Maguires.

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Bonner Salesian Press "Three Hundred Years in Inishowen" Amy Young Feilim O Dochartaigh Carrowmore in For life and Glentogher for the life of his son, Connor. John McDwalto McLaughlin Tevennyoges in Forever Tullyavin (Moville Parish. Clan Birn, descended from Bern, son of Ruadrí, son of Murchad, a quo Muinter Birn, in the line of Cenél Eóghain, according to the genealogies in Rawlinson BIn addition Rawlinson points to a son of Bern named Anféid, a quo Tellach n-Anfida, who was possibly the namesake for Tellach ing to O'Dugan (Topograhipcal Poems), the MacRuaidhris were among those over Teallach.Grianan of Aileach stone ringfort (see inside) The nobility owned great herds of cattle that had herdsmen and guards,[9] Sheep, goats and pigs were also a valuable resource but had a lesser role in Irish pastoralism,[9] metalworking and sculpture flourished and produced treasures such as the Book of Kells, ornate jewellery and the many.The author of the above quotation, F.C.

Bland, was at the time the owner of the large estate, also called Staigue, where the fort is situated, at the head of a postcard-perfect valley sweeping down to the ocean at Kenmare Bay. 2 At the time Bland acquired the property the fort was being used as a cattle pound.

He ended that practice, and may have restored some of the damage done by the cattle. 3.