Cenannan is the name of an Irish saint, commemorated March 26. On Inishmanan, or the middle Isle of Arran, in Galway Bay, stands the roofless ruins of a small church, built of immense stones, and called Teampull Ceannanach. St. Cenannan, or Kenanach, is said to have been son of a king of Leinster, and the patron of Ballynakill, in the barony of Ballynahinch, or Connemara (Petrie, Round Towers, p. 188; Colgan, Acta Sanctorum, p. 715).

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