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Sárnait, also known as Surney of
or Sourney, was a 6th-century Irish saint.
is a townland in the parish of Ballinderreen, County Galway, which was then referred to as Uí Fiachrach Aidhne.
Colman mac Duagh and Surney of
. His siter, Feilis, also founded a Christian settlement in the area.
The diocese of Kilmacduagh contains the civil parishes of Kinvarradoorus, Killinny, Killeenavarra,
, Kilcolgan, Ardrahan, Stradbally, Killeeneen, Killeely, Killora, Killogilleen, Kilchreest, Isertkelly, Killinan, Kilthomas, Kilbeacanty, Beagh, Kilmacduagh, Kiltartan.
Although reluctant to accept the title, Colman was ordained a bishop. His associates included Surney of
. He died 29 October 632.
"Fachtna O hAllgaith, coarb of
and Official of the Ui Fiachrach, who kept a guest-house and a leper-house and was [a man] of learning and a benefactor of the countryside, rested this year."
The territory of Uí Fhiachrach Aidhne is coextensive with the diocese of Cill Mhic Dhuach / Kilmacduagh, which contains the civil parishes of Kinvarradoorus, Killinny, Killeenavarra,
, Kilcolgan, Ardrahan, Stradbally, Killeeneen, Killeely, Killora, Killogilleen, Kilchreest, Isertkelly, Killinan, Kilthomas, Kilbeacanty, Beagh, Kilmacduagh, Kiltartan. The diocese of Kilmacduagh contains the present Catholic parishes of Kinvara, Ballinderreen, Gort, Ardrahan, Craughwell, Beagh, Kilbeacanty, Kilthomas (Peterswell), Clarinbridge, Kilchreest.
Between its junction with N17 at Ballynaboll in the county of Sligo and its junction with N5 at Market Square Ballaghaderreen in the county of Roscommon via Carrowcushcly; Teeling Street, Lord Edward Street and OConnell Street at Ballymote; Coagh, Gorteen and Doon in the county of Sligo:
; and Pound Street at Ballaghaderreen in the county of Roscommon
Ballinderreen village is approximately 22 km south of Galway City and is a part of the townland of Ballinderreen. Ballinderreen is both the name of the catholic diocesan parish of Galway and the townland where the village is situated. It takes its name from oak trees in the village. The Irish name of the village, Baile an Doirín, means town of the little derry or little oakwood, suggesting the area may once have been more heavily forested with oak trees. It contains the early Christian settlement of Surney of
. It had a population of 997 under the 2006 census (under
). This represents an increase of 15% on the 2002 figure . The Ballinderreen GAA colours are two vertical stripes of green and white. The parish of Ballinderreen covers a larger area taking in part of the village of Kilcolgan on the N18 and borders Clarinbridge, Kinvara and Ardrahan.
Surney was the founder of the church of
, in the parish of Ballinderreen, County Galway. She was an associate of Colman mac Duagh, who was the bishop of the locality at the time. Her background is unknown, but may have been a name of Uí Fiachrach Aidhne like Colman. Her floruit is estimated from Colmán mac Cobthaig to Guaire Aidne mac Colmáin. She founded a church on the site around 550. A later medieval church, now disused, now stands on the site of the original foundation. The adjoining graveyard is still in use.
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