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O'Brien, Conor, third earl of Thomondlocked

(c. 1535–1581)
  • Christopher Maginn

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O'Brien, Conor, third earl of Thomond (c. 1535–1581), landowner and rebel, was the eldest son of Donough O'Brien, second earl of Thomond (c.1515–1553), and Helen, youngest daughter of Piers Butler, eighth earl of Ormond. He was the first O'Brien to inherit the earldom since ...

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