Síol Anmchadha was a sub-kingdom or lordship of Hy-Many, and ruled by an off-shoot of the Ui Maine called the Síol Anmchadha ("the seed of Anmchadh"), from whom the territory took its name.At its largest extent, the Kings of Síol Anmchadha ruled all the land on the west shore of Lough Derg (Shannon) as far south as Thomond; the land between the Shannon and Suck rivers; and a corridor of land, known as Lusmagh, across the the Shannon in Munster, in the direction of Birr. The ruling dynasty later took the surname Ó Madadháin, anglicised as Maddan or Madden. In the later medieval era they were sometime vassals of the Earl of Ulster and their successors, The Clanricardes. The name Síol Anmchadha survives to the present day in the placename Baile Mór Síol Anmchadha, the Irish language version of Lawrencetown, County Galway.
Kiltoohig (Cill Tuathaigh-Tuohy), Charleville, Charleville or Ráth Luirc (Ráth Luirc or An Ráth in Irish) is a town in north County Cork, Ireland, situated in Ireland's Golden Vale, near the border with County Limerick. It is located on the "Glen" tributary river, which flows into the Maigue River in Co. Limerick. It is the second largest town between Limerick and Cork (Mallow is the largest), and is located on the N20 road. The Roman Catholic parish of Charleville is situated in the Diocese of Cloyne. Significant industries in the town include Kerry Co-Op and the construction and services sectors.