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Breassal Breac Map

Locations of testers and ancestors of men with Y5058 Breassal Breac DNA.
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Ballymackeogh
Tipperary, Owney, IE
Where Ballymackeogh House was for centuries, the home of a branch of the Owney O Ryans.
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Stonepark
, IE
Where Edmond Carroll, slater, lived with his family. His descendant Michael Patrick Carroll is DNA kit 198624.
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Abington
Limerick, Owneybeg Barony, IE
Where a Ryan Castle was. The Earl of Ormond destroyed it in the 15th century.
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Ballyryan West
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Ballyryan East
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Slieve Felim Way
Silvermines, Munster, IE
Eastern terminus.
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Slieve Felim Way
Owneybeg Barony, IE
Western terminus
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Keeper Hill
Highest point in the Slieve Felim Mountains.
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Glenough Lower
, IE
Where Philip Ryan was born in 1780. He is the ancestor of Robert Ryan, kit #138763.
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Newport
Newport, Barony of Owney, Tipperary, IE
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Tullow
Barony of Owney, Tipperary,, IE
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Carlow
Carlow, Leinster, IE
The first mention in history of the O'Ryans is of the O'Ryans of Idrone about the year 1000. Idrone was a medieval barony located in what is now County Carlow. The name Idrone derived from the old Gaelic Hy Drona. The chief of this tribe of O'Ryans was generally referred to as the Lord or King of Idrone.
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Aghaboe
Laois, Leinster, IE
Area where Cerball [Cearbhall] mac DĂșngaile (d. 888) reigned as king of Osraige (Ossory).
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Moneygall
Moneygall, Leinster, IE
Where U.S. President Barack Obama's ancestor, Falmouth Kearney, was from.
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Dundrum
Dundrum, Tipperary, IE
Town in the barony of Kilnamanagh Lower, where the O'Dwyers are from.
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Borrisoleigh
Borrisoleigh, Tipperary, IE
Town in the barony of Kilnamanagh Upper, where the O'Dwyers are from.
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Caheragh
Caheragh, Cork, IE
Where Daniel Carroll may be from. He is the ancestyor of Paul Carroll, whose DNA is close to Michael Carroll, descendant of Edmund Carroll of Stonepark, Limerick.
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Thurles
Thurles, Tipperary, IE
Where Thomas Francis Dwyer was born in 1842. He is the ancestor of Damien Dwyer, kit #246291.
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Rock of Cashel
South Tipperary, Tipperary, IE
Near Freagduff, where Thomas McGrath was born circa 1800. He is the ancestor of Michael J. McGrath, kit #266845.
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Kilkenny
Kilkenny, Kilkenny, IE
Where Denis Gorman was born in 1748.
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Tipperary
Tipperary, Tipperary, IE
Where Daniel O'Leary was born in 1808.
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Barronstown
Tipperary, IE
Where Sir Michael O'Dwyer was from.
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Ballyfinn
Ballyfin, Laois, IE
Where Finn MacCoole was from. He was a general of an ancient Irish militia, the Fenians of Ireland, in the third century. O'Connor Faley was descended from his ancestors.
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Rathangan
Rathangan, Kildare, IE
Original seat of O'Connor Faley.
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Daingean
Daingean, Offaly, IE
Where the O'Connor Faley clan moved to after the Norman invasion.
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Gormanstown
Meath, Meath, IE
Where members of the Gorman family migrated in the 9th century and remained until the 15th century, when their land passed into the possession of the Preston family.
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Ibrickan
Kilmurry Ibrickane, Clare, IE
Where the Gorman's settled after the Norman invasion, with the help of the O'Briens.
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Oskelon
An Ua Cearbhaill (O'Carrowill, O'Carroll, MacCarroll) sept occupied territory in the cantreds of Kilkenny and Oskelan (northern barony of Gowran) at the time of the Norman invasion.
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Killoscully
North Tipperary, Tipperary, IE
Where Owen Ryan, ancestor of Tom Ryan 325245, was born in 1821.
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Ryan's Bar
Cork Road
North Tipperary, Tipperary, IE
Ryan's Bar, Cork Road, Newport, County Tipperary. Owned by relatives of Tom Ryan 325245.
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Clonmel
Clonmel, Tipperary, IE
Where James Ryan, ancestor of Michael Ryan, kit B8280, was married in 1852. James was born in Tipperary in 1829.
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Edenburt
Cavan, IE
Where Phillip Carroll, great grandfather of Michael Patrick Carroll, kit H1170, is from.
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Kilmihil
Kilmihil, Clare, IE
Kilmihil is derived from CILL MHICHIL, Michael's Church, the Michael in question being St. Michael the Archangel. In 1632 Mariana MacGorman dreamed on three occasions that St. Michael the Archangel appeared to her and directed her to go to his church at Kilmihil and dig for his well at a little distance, where she should find some reeds growing. She did so with the help of her parish priest and son and discovered a spring on the spot indicated. St. Michael's shrine is still a revered spot today.
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Killard-Doonbeg
Clare, IE
Where the ancestors of Joe Tubridy, kit424387, are from.
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Abbey
Tipperary, IE
Where Martin Quinlan, ancestor of William Quinlan, kit B1234, was born in 1827. By the River Suir.
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Athassel Priory
Largest medieval priory in Ireland, stretching over a four-acre site. Dates back to the late 12th century when it was founded by the Augustinians,
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River Barrow
, IE
Breassal Breac had two sons, Lughaidh and Conla. To Lughaidh, he gave the north side of the river Barrow, from Wicklow to Drogheda. To Conla, he gave the south to the sea.
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Doon South
Doon, Limerick, IE
Where Patrick Michael Joseph Ryan was born in 1846. He is ancestor of Patrick Cyril Ryan DNA kit 511276,
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Kilcommon
Kilcommon, County Tipperary, IE
Where Martin Ryan was born in 1806. He is ancestor of Jim Ryan, kit 535728.
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Upperchurch
Upperchurch, County Tipperary, IE
Where John Ryan, ancestor of James Ryan, kit B167367, lived.