Connla (or Conla) is found twice in the Irish calendars, first as a son of Leinni, bishop, at May 10, and next as a bishop of Rusgach (perhaps Russagh, Westmeath) at December 30. But the most famous person bearing the name was a renowned worker in brass, who lived in the 5th century or early in the 6th (Petrie, Round Towers, pages 202, 203).

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