N.N. mac Ragnaill
|Also Known As:||"Mac Ragnaill"|
|Death:||Died in Ireland|
|Cause of death:||killed in battle|
Son of Ragnall ua Ímair, King of Waterford, York and Dublin and N.N.
|Managed by:||Scott David Hibbard|
About Mac Ragnaill
An individual identified as Mac Ragnaill (son of Ragnall) by the annals may have been Ragnall's son, though no name is given. In 942 Mac Ragnaill led a raid on Downpatrick, but within a week he was killed by Matudán, Overking of Ulster. The Annals of the Four Masters call Mac Ragnaill a jarl, but the Annals of Ulster call him a king. The Annals of the Four Masters also suggests he and his fellow plunderers came from an island.