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Lis Mór (Lismore)

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  • tl. Lismore, par. Lismore, Mocollop, bar. Coshmore, Coshbride, County Waterford

abbots of Lismore (comarbai Mo Chutu)

  • Mo ChutuMo Chutu of Rahan and Lismore
    (d. 637)
    Mo Chutu mac Fínaill, Carthach (the younger), Mo Chutu of Rahan, Mo Chutu of Lismore
    Mo Chutu mac Fínaill (Carthach the younger), patron saint of Rathan (Rahan, Co. Offaly) and Les Mór (Lismore, Co. Wexford)
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  • d. 14 May 637/9
  • ConodurConodur of Lismore
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  • fl. 696/7?
  • Exclusive to AI s.a. 707 and Cáin Adomnáin, “where it seems an error for Conodor of Fore (d. 3 Nov. 707).”
  • larnlach (larlug, larlaga)Iarnlach of Lismore
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  • d. 17 Jan 700
  • Bishop and abbot.
  • Cuandae (Cuanu)Cuandae of Lismore
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  • d. 4 February 701
  • Colmán (Mo Cholmóc) mac FindbairrColmán mac Findbairr
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  • d. 22 Jan. 703
  • Crónán úa hÉcáinCrónán úa hÉcáin
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  • d. 1 June 718
  • Colmán úa LítáinColmán úa Lítáin
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  • d. 25 July 730
  • Mac ÓigeMac Óige of Lismore
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  • d. 3 Dec. 752/3
  • Tríchmech (Trígmech)Tríchmech of Lismore
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  • d. 7 July 760
  • Abbot and bishop.
  • ÁedánÁedán of Lismore
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  • d. 19 July 768
  • Suairlech mac CiaráinSuairlech mac Ciaráin
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  • d. 4 December 774
  • ÓrachÓrach of Lismore and Inis Domle
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  • d. 781
  • Also abbot of Inis Domle (Inch, Co. Wexford).
  • Áedán moccu (mac uí) RaichlichÁedán moccu Raichlich
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  • d. 16 March 814
  • Also bishop.
  • Fland mac FaírchellaigFland mac Faírchellaig
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  • d. 21 December 825
  • Also abbot of Cork and Emly.
  • Daniél úa LíathaidiDaniél úa Líathaiti
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  • d. 863
  • Also abbot of Cork.
  • Fland mac ForbassaigFland mac Forbassaig
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  • d. 894
  • Máel Brigte mac Máel DomnaigMáel Brigte mac Máel Domnaig
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  • d. 912
  • Cormac mac MothlaCormac mac Mothla
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  • Bishop and secnap of Lismore, but not given as abbot. He was also abbot of Kilmolash and king of Déise.
  • Ciarán mac CiarmacáinCiarán mac Ciarmacáin
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  • d. 938
  • Díarmait of LismoreDíarmait of Lismore
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  • d. 953
  • Díarmait mac TorpthaiDíarmait mac Torpthai
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  • d. 954
  • Máenach mac CormaicMáenach mac Cormaic
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  • d. 959
  • CathmugCathmug of Lismore and Cork
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  • d. 961
  • Cináed mac Máel ChiaráinCináed mac Máel Chiaráin
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  • d. 965
  • Cormac mac Máel ChiaráinCormac mac Máel Chiaráin
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  • d. 983
  • Ua Máel SluaigUa Máel Sluaig ... abbot of Lismore
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  • d. 1024
  • Muiredach Ua RebacháinUa Rebacháin (Muiredach)
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  • d. 1041
  • Cináed mac AichirCináed mac Aichir
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  • d. 1063
  • Máel Dúin Ua RebacháinUa Rebacháin (Máel Dúin)
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  • d. 1090
See also: Robert BoyleBoyle (Robert)
(1627–1691)
Anglo-Irish scientist, natural philosopher, a son of Richard, first earl of Cork (d. 1643); a devout Anglican who financed the printing of the Irish Bible.
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Corcrán ClérechCorcrán Clérech
(d. 1040)
Irish religious, described in AU as cenn Eorpa im crabad ⁊ im ecna and the Annals of Clonmacnoise as ‘anchorite of all Ireland ... that had the hearing of all the cawses of Ireland’, who was closely associated with and died at Lismore.
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Mo Chutu of Rahan and LismoreMo Chutu of Rahan and Lismore
(d. 637)
Mo Chutu mac Fínaill, Carthach (the younger), Mo Chutu of Rahan, Mo Chutu of Lismore
Mo Chutu mac Fínaill (Carthach the younger), patron saint of Rathan (Rahan, Co. Offaly) and Les Mór (Lismore, Co. Wexford)
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Sources

Reference works (select)

MacShamhráin, Ailbhe, Nora White, Aidan Breen, and Kim R. McCone, Monasticon Hibernicum: early Christian ecclesiastical settlement in Ireland, 5th to 12th centuries, Online: Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, School of Celtic Studies. URL: <https://monasticon.celt.dias.ie>.
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