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Aedh (1050 - d.)

Aedh mac Flaithbertach, King of MacNeill (955 - 1033)

Anradan mic (had a brother from whom descend the O'Neills) Called Hugh the Dextrous; he was killed in battle Aodh Athlamh (The last King of his line.) Migration BET 1030 AND 1047 Settled on Bar...

Áed Findliath MP (840 - 879)

'Áed mac Neíll (died 879), called Áed Findliath (Áed the Fair Warrior) to distinguish him from his paternal grandfather Áed Oirdnide, was king of Ailech and High King of Ireland. A member of the nort...

Aedh mac Áeda MacNeill (1047 - 1074)

AEDH (1008 - d.)

Agnes MacNeill (Moore) (1874 - 1953)

Alexander MacNEILL (McNeill) (b. - 1884)

Andrew Henry McNeill (b. - 1925)

Ann MacNeill (McEwan) (1785 - 1863)

Ann MacNeill (1864 - d.)

Anne MacNeill (Drake) (deceased)

Annie MacNeill (deceased)

Annie Cameron (MacNeill) (deceased)

Aodh (deceased)

Archibald MacNeill (1822 - 1889)

Archibald MacNeill (1745 - d.)

Archibald MacNeill (1782 - 1858)

Brian MacNeill (1900 - 1922)

Was killed in fighting near Sligo by Irish Army troops during the Irish Civil War.

Cairpre MacNEILL (deceased)

Caroline MacNeill (1822 - 1898)

Catharine Isabel MacNEILL (1897 - 1959)

Catherine MacNeill (Bannon) (1925 - d.)

Cathleen Buie (MacNeill) (1645 - 1740)

Charles MacNeill (deceased)

Clyde MacNeill (1911 - d.)

Connall Cremthainne MacNeill (c.410 - 465)

DOMNALL (deceased)

Called Domnall of Armagh or Donald O'Neill. The "O" in O'Neill stands for Ua or grandson, thus O'Neill means grandson of Niall. He defeated the Danes of Lough Neagh, destroying their entire Fleet of sh...

Domnall (deceased)

Called Domnall of Armagh or Donald O'Neill. The "O" in O'Neill stands for Ua or grandson, thus O'Neill means grandson of Niall. He defeated the Danes of Lough Neagh, destroying their entire Fleet of sh...

Domnall (deceased)

Called Domnall of Armagh or Donald O'Neill. The "O" in O'Neill stands for Ua or grandson, thus O'Neill means grandson of Niall. He defeated the Danes of Lough Neagh, destroying their entire Fleet of sh...

Donald John MacNeill (1934 - 2006)

Donald MacNeill (deceased)

Dougald MACNEILL (c.1746 - d.)

Duncan MacNeill (1815 - 1871)

Dunsleve (deceased)

Duinsleibe mic was known as Chlann 'ic Fhearchair DONSLEBHE MACNEIL

Edith MacNeill (Crilly) (deceased)

Edith MacNeill (1900 - 1982)

Eilis MacNeill (deceased)

Eleanor May MacNeill (Bragdon) (deceased)

Elisabeth MacNeill (Montgomery) (c.1855 - d.)

Asylum Attendant - Gartnavel Royal Lunatic Asylum

Elisabeth MacNeill (Shaw) (deceased)

Eliza Macneill (Townsend) (1788 - 1869)

Elizabeth MacNeill (1869 - 1950)

Elizabeth MacNeill (Campbell) (deceased)

Eógan mac Néill MP (387 - 465)

------------------------------ ------- Eógan (?) (1) M, #150245 Last Edited=20 May 2008 Eógan (?) is the son of Niall 'of the Nine Hostages', High King of Ireland. (2) Child of Eógan (?) -...

Eoin MacNeill (1867 - 1945)

Eoin MacNeill Eoin MacNeill and the Irish Volunteers MacNeill contributed directly to the Rising by establishing, arming and training the Irish Volunteers. Eoin MacNeill (1867-1945) was born of mid...

Ernest Neal MacNeill (1887 - 1960)

Eveline Tressler (MacNeill) (1904 - 1994)

Evelyn Martha McMonigle (MacNeill) (1925 - 2008)

Ferchar (deceased)

Fearchair mic Fearchard 12th Century Clan MacErchar as in the original Dal Riata MacErc

George William MacNeill (deceased)

Gilbert MacNeill (c.1760 - d.)

Grace MACNEILL (1758 - 1833)

Harry MacNeill (deceased)

Hugh MacNeill (1775 - 1855)

Infant MacNeill (deceased)

Iye MacNeill (deceased)

Iye (deceased)

James MacNeill (c.1846 - c.1899)

James MacNeill (1869 - 1938)

Last Governer General of Irish Free State under George V.

Jane (deceased)

Jane MacNeill (c.1840 - 1897)

Jane Brownlow (MacNeill) (c.1803 - 1878)

John Shaw MacNeill (1850 - 1909)

Asylum Attendant - Gartnavel Royal Lunatic Asylum then Burgh Constable, Dumbarton

John MacNeill (deceased)

Margaret MacNeill (MacPhee) (1823 - 1910)

Margaret MacNeill (deceased)

Marie MacNeill (1904 - 1987)

Folklorist and writer. Books published: Wayside Death Cairns in Ireland, 1946 The Festival of Lughnasa, 1962 Fairy Legends from Donegal, 1977 Marie Rua; Lady of Leamaneh, 1990

Mary MacNEILL (McNeill) (1859 - d.)

Mary MacNeill (c.1760 - d.)

Mor ingen Tadhg (deceased)

MUIRCHEARTACH (940 - d.)

Killed in battle against his Uncle Olaf, the Danish King of Dublin, before he was made High King. Midheach Muirceartach na Midhe (~ of Meath) Muirchertach Midheach MUIRCHEARTACH MAC DOMNALL: ...

Neil Oig MacNeill (1608 - 1651)

Neil MacAedh (deceased)

Neill Angus MacNEILL (c.1903 - 1983)

Nelson Robert Macneill (1905 - 1998)

Colonel Niall MacNeill (1899 - 1969)

Niall MacNeill (1899 –1969) was an Irish army officer and entomologist who specialised in Odonata and Heteroptera. He was the son of Eoin MacNeill founder of the Irish Volunteers which Niall MacNeill...

Niall MacNeill (deceased)

Niall of the Nine Hostages, King of the Connachta MP (c.311 - 378)

"Having nine hostages" See Niall of the Nine Hostages ( ) In Irish Kings and High Kings (Dublin, 1973), John Francis Byrne prefers a much earlier date for Niall's death and also suggests the Thre...

Peter MacNeill (1925 - d.)

Rachel Chisholm (MacNeill) (1861 - d.)

Roderick MacNeill of Barra (deceased)

Roisen MacNeill (1907 - d.)

Rosetta MacNeill (McAuley) (1827 - d.)

in 1901 census living at 1 Hazelbrook, Malahide, Dublin with Jojn (Eoin), Charles and her sister Marianne Spence. Plus 2 servants.

Sarah MacNeill (1823 - 1871)

Seamus MacNeill (1908 - d.)

Toirdbealbhach MacNeill (1904 - d.)

Torlough MacNeill (deceased)

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unknown MacNeill (deceased)

unknown MacNeill (deceased)

Wentworth MacNeill (c.1857 - d.)

William Simpson Macneill (1781 - 1870)