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Origin of the Considine Clan Name
The name Considine originally appeared as MacConsidine and in gaelic as Mac Consaidin, which means son of Constantine. The name Considine was borne by a branch of the O’Brien’s from County Clare in the province of Munster. Many bearers of the name are still found today in the counties of Clare and Limerick today. One of the earliest recordings of the name in Ireland was an early Bishop of Killaloe, Consaidin O’Briain (1164-1194). He was the youngest son of Toirdelbach O’Briain, King of Thomond who was a direct descendant of the last Great High King of Ireland, Brian Boru.
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