Crunnmhael is the name of several old Irish saints. SEE CONAMHAIL.
1. Also called Cruindmael-Erbuilg, son of Ronan, of the sept of the Hy- Cennsealch, ruled for three years as chief of the clan, and then became a monk at Clonard, in Meath. He was a special friend of St. Lasrean, bishop of Leighlinn, and died A.D. 650. He is commemorated June 22.
2. Abbot after Dubhdabbhoireann at Clonard, A.D. 787 till his death in 793, and alsq for some time at Druim-Ineasglainn (now Dromiskin, in Louth). He has no festal day.