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Ba é an ceann fine é i ndiaidh a athar Maoilín (d’éag 1582) ··· This is the well-known Maoilín Óg Mac Bruaideadha, of Shingaunagh , in the parish of Kilmacrehy, near Liscannor, Co ··· Deir Leerssen faoin dán sin: ‘Maoilín óg could address an extraordinary poem to him [an 3ú hIarla Thuamhumhan], ‘Brathair don bhás an doidhbhreas’... ··· Maoilín Óg refers to Conchobhar’s adherence to Gaelic customs, which should be a matter of satisfaction to a bardic poet, even one who was soon to enter protestant employ, but then twists the matter by hinting that such Gaelicism on Conchobhar’s part might be frowned upon by the English authorities ··· Obviously Maoilín Óg is here exploiting the uneasy relationship between Conchhobhar and the authorities for his own ends
Ba é Maoilín Mac Bruaideadha a athair agus ba í Mairéad Ni Mhaoldomhnaigh a mháthair ··· Ba leis an Maoilín sin Baile Uí Ogáin agus roinnt eile bailte fearainn i dTuamhain
I measc na bhfilí a bhfuil dánta acu ann tá: Fearghal Óg Mac an Bhaird[q.v.] agus Uilliam Óg Mac an Bhaird, Eochaidh Ó hEodhasa[q.v.] agus Muiris Ó hEodhasa, Conchobhar Crón Ó Dálaigh, Irial Ó hUiginn, Maoilín Ó an Cháinte; Cúchoigriche agus Giolla Riabhach Ó Cléirigh, Iollan Ó Domhnalláin; Irial agus Seán mac Ruaidhrí Óig Ó hUiginn
Bhí baint ag Maoilín Óg Mac Bruaideadha[q.v.] leis an bhfiontar freisin
Clare.’ Deir Mac Cionnaith gur ar a fhear gaoil Domhnall Mac Bruaideadha a tháinig sé i gcomharbacht i 1603 mar ollamh do Dhonnchadh Ó Briain, 4ú Iarla Thuamhumhan; ar Mhaoilín Óg Mac Bruaideadha [q.v.] a deir Norman Moore