Irish scribe responsible for the literary miscellany in RIA D iv 2, ff. 74-89r.
Mac Aedagáin; MacEgan (anglicized); important learned family of legal historians and scribes based in Connacht and Co. Tipperary.
- fl. 1631–1636
- Leitir Maoláin, Sliabh Calláin
Irish scholar, son of Maoilín Óg Mac Bruaideadha and one-time head of the Clann Bhruaideadha; led the school at Lettermoylan on Slieve Callan (Co. Clare).
- fl. late 16th c./early 17th c.
- County Clare, Leitir Maoláin
Irish Gaelic family of historians and poets based in Co. Clare.
- b. c.1570, d. in or after 1625
- Cnoc an Albanaigh
Irish poet and genealogist of Co. Clare, ollamh to Donnchadh Ó Briain, 4th earl of Thomond; killed by one of Oliver Cromwell’s soldiers.
Mac Caírthinn mac Cainnig
Fínghin (Fínghin; Fínghean) Mac Cárthaigh Riabhach of Cairbre, head of the Cairbre branch of the Mac Cárthaigh Riabhach family; patron who commissioned the compilation of the Book of Lismore