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Other septs within the traditional region of Uí Máine included;

Ó Concheanainn (O'Concannon), lords of Uí Diarmada near Kilkerrin, Co. Galway




Ó Cobhthaigh (O'Coffey), a branch of the O'Maddens



Ó Neachtain (O'Naghten), chiefs near Loughrea and later of the Fews (Athlone)



Ó Maolalaidh (O'Mulally or Lally), of the same stock as the O'Naghtens



Mac Eochaidh (MacKeogh), lords of Magh Finn (Moyfinn, Athlone)



Ó Roduibh (Mac Geraghty), one of the four royal chiefs under O'Conor



Ó Fathaigh (O'Fahy), whose territory came to be known Pobal Mhuintir ui Fhathaigh



Ó Dúnadhaigh (O'Downey), chiefs of Sil Anmchada prior to the O'Maddens



Ó Dubhagain (O'Dugan), though not of the same stock as the O'Kellys



Ó Cionnaoith (O'Kenny), of the same stock as O'Madden



Ó Muireadhaigh (O'Murry) of the barony of Athlone



Ó Treasaigh (O'Tracy), akin to the O'Maddens



Ua Braonain of Sil Anmchadha, closely related to the O'Maddens were located in the barony of Longford in County Galway



Ó Conghalaigh (O'Connolly), of the same stock as O'Madden



Ó Conraoi (O'Conry) of Hy Many



Mic Uallacháin (Mac Cuolahan) of Garrycastle, Co. Offaly, noted as chiefs of Muintir Cionaetha



O'Draighneain (O'Drennan) of the Sil Anmchadha group in the barony of Longford



O Dobhailen (Dolan) of Clommacowen, Co. Galway and Athlone, Co. Roscommon



Ó Fallamhain (O'Fallon), chiefs of Clan Uadach



Ui Longargáin of Ballynabanaby (parish of Kilgerril, barony of Kilconnel), described as Harpers of the Hi Maine