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CENNEIDIG. (Cennetig, Kennedy). Prince of the Dalcassians.
Son of LORCAN. The sons of Cennetig took the lead against the Viking invaders in the south.

  1. Mathgamain. Fought the Viking invaders in the south of Ireland. He defeated the Limerick Gaill (Vikings) in 967 and soon afterwards established himself as king of Munster.


Cenneidig  mac Lorcain and Be Binn inion Urchadh. 
Brian Boru and Gormflaith ingen Murchada
Donnchadh mac Briain
Darbforgaill ingen Donnchada and Diarmait MacMáil na mBó
Murchad mac Diarmata, King of Leinster and Dublin, and Sadb ingen Mac Bricc
Donnchad mac Murchada and Orlaith ingen O'Braenain
Dermot MacMurrough and Mór Ní Tuathail (Mor O'Toole)
Aoife Ní Diarmait and Richard de Clare, 2nd Earl of Pembroke
Isabel de Clare and William Marshal, 1st Earl of Pembroke
Isabela le Marshal and Gilbert de Clare
Richard le Clare and Maude de Lacy
Gilbert de Clare and Joan of Acre
Margaret de Clare and Hugh de Audley
Margaret de Audley and (Sir) Ralph de Safford
Hugh de Stafford and Philippa de Beauchamp
Edmund de Stafford and Ann of Gloucester
Humphrey Stafford and Anne Neville
Margaret Stafford and Robert Dunham
John Dunham and Elizabeth Bowett
John Dunham II and Jean Thorland
John Dunham III and Benedict Folgamsee
Ralph Dunham and Elizabeth Wentworth
Thomas Dunham and Jane Bromley
John Dunham Sr. and Susannah Kenney
John Dunham, Jr. and Mary
Mary Dunham and James Hamblin, Jr. 
Elkenah Hamblin and Abigail Hamblin
Sylvanus Hamblin and Dorcas Fish
Barnabus Hamblin and Mary Bassett
Isaiah Hamblin and Daphne Haynes
Jacob Vernon Hamblin and Sarah Priscilla Leavitt
Ella Ann Hamblin and Warren Moroni Tenney
Clive Vernon Tenney and Minnie Williams
Mildred Ella Tenney and Glenn Russell Handy
Deborah Lee Handy and Rodney Allen Morris