- Born: 1012 B.C., Egypt
- Marriage (1): Unknown
- Died: 967 B.C., Plains of Geisiol, Leinster, Ireland at age 45
Book of McKee pg 385 "With sixty vessels the Milesian colony set sail under the leadership of the sons of Milesius for Innisfail, or Ireland, taking with them the widowed Scota. Only Heremon, Heber, and Amergin succeeded in effecting a landing with their followers. Almost at once they were engaged in battle by the Tuatha de Danaans, whom they succeeded in routing. Scota was killed in one of these first battles...Thereafter they divided the island between them...This joint sovereignty of the island by Heremon and Heber occurred in the year 3501 anno mundi, or 1693 BC.
Page 386 states: The two brothers Heremon and Heber Fionn reigned together for about a year, when Heber's wife caused them to quarrel over possession of a beautiful valley she coveted. She finally persuaded Heber to attack Hremon, and in the ensuing battle upon the plains of Geisiol, the frontier boundaries of Leinster and Munster, Heber was slain."