1. "King of Munster"1 Oiliol Olum,(1) son of Eoganmor and Bera was born on (birth date unknown). His body was interred in Duntryleague (duntriliag).
He married Sabia. From Biographical Notes Section of "Some Historical Notices of the O'Meagher of Ikerrin" Oilioll Olium, King of Munster, for 60 years A.D. 174-234 - was the progenitor of the O'Meaghers, and most of the great families of the South of Ireland. He was the son of Eogan Mor by Bera, daughter of Eber Mor, son of Midna, King of Castile. He married Sabia, daughter of Conn of the Hundred Battles, and had "nineteen fleet sons", of whom seven were killed at the Battle of Magh-Mocrumhi (Mocreevy), A.D. 195, as he told in the following verse: "Mac-Con has slain my seven sons, How sad my bitter piercing wail! Eogan, Dubmercon and Mogh-Corb, Ludaidh, Eochaidh, Ditorba, Tadg!" Three only left posterity, as the bard says" "of them the clans of three survive, From whom have sprung our freeborn races."
"King of Munster" Oiliol Olum and Sabia had the following children:
+ 2 i. 2 Cian was born before about 226, the first event for which there is a recorded date.
4 iii. Dubmercon was born before 195, the first event for which there is a recorded date. He died 195 in Battle Of Magh-mocrumhi (mocreevy).(4)