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Harald, King of Limerick MP (916 - 940)

Harald Sigtryggson, or Harold mac Sihtric, son of Sihtric and his first wife. No children. (-killed 940). The Annals of the Four Masters record that “Aralt grandson of Imhar, the son of Sitric, lord of...

2/2/2007 5/23/2018

5/19/2008 4/6/2016

Gyda of Dublin (c.970 - 994)

"Gyda Sigtrygsdotter"

NOTE: Snorre in his King Olav Trygvason's Saga varies between describing her as a sister and as a daughter of "King Olaf Kvaran". She is shown on Geni as a daughter per: . GYDA . Snorre records the bet...

7/4/2008 11/7/2015

Dubgall Olafsson (c.979 - 1014)

"Dubgall", "Dubgall son of Amlaíb", "Dubgall mac Amlaíb"

. DUBGAL (-killed in battle Clontarf 1014). The Annals of Ulster record that "Dubgall son of Amlaíb" was killed in battle at Clontarf in 1014[1317].

7/4/2008 11/6/2015

Blacair Guthfrithsson, King of Dublin (b. - 948)

"Blácaire mac Gofrith", "Blákári Guðrøðsson"

ácaire mac Gofrith (died 948), in Old Norse Blákári Guðrøðsson, was King of Dublin. Son of Gofraid ua Ímair, he was a great-grandson of Ímar, ancestor of the Uí Ímair kindred which dominated the Scandi...

11/5/2015 11/5/2015

Guthfrithson (d. 944?) was a Viking king who invaded England in 918. He was son of Gofraid ua Ímair, King of Dublin; his mother was an Englishwoman. He had several brothers, including Olaf, Albdan or H...

11/5/2015 11/5/2015

Olaf Guthfrithsson, King of York MP (c.900 - 940)

"Awley m´Godfrey king of the Danes", "Onlaf", "Amlaíb son of Gothfrith", "Anlaf", "Analaph", "Amhlaeibh son of Godfrey", "Amlaíb grandson of Imar"

Guthfrithsson (Old Norse: Óláfr Guðfriðarson; Old English: Ánláf; rendered in Old Irish writings as Amlaíb mac Gofraid)[1] (died 941) was a member of the Norse-Gael Uí Ímair dynasty and King of Dublin ...

12/12/2011 11/4/2015

Annals of the Four Masters record in 929 that “Godfrey went into Osraighe to expel the grandson of Imhar from Magh-Roighne”[1181].

11/3/2015 11/3/2015

Olaf MP (aft.839 - 896)

name of Ivarr´s wife or wives is not known. Ivarr & his wife had [six] children:d) OLAF (-killed 896). The Annals of Ulster record the death in 896 of "Amlaíb son of Imar", killed by “the Conaille and ...

11/3/2015 11/3/2015

Sitric mac Ímair, King of Dublin MP (bef.840 - 896)

"Sitriuc"

Medilands : Ireland, Ch. 8-A "Norse Kings: Kings of Dublin" : 1-c) SIHTRIC (-killed 896). He presumably succeeded his brother as King [of Dublin]. The Annals of Ulster record in 893 "a great dissensio...

10/30/2015 11/3/2015

Barid mac Ímair, King of Dublin MP (c.860 - 881)

"Barith", "Baraid", "Bard", "Bárðr", "Bárǫðr"

) BARDR [Barith] (-881). He succeeded his father as King [of Dublin]. The Annals of Innisfallen record in 873 that "Barid with a great fleet from Ath Cliath [went] by sea westwards, and he plundered Ci...

4/30/2011 11/3/2015

Guðrøðr Ragnvaldsson/Gofraid, King of Lochlann MP (c.785 - d.)

"Godfrey", "Gothfraid"

The demise of Gofraid, King of Lochlann and father of Amlaíb and Imhar (or Ímar) and Auisle is recorded in the Fragmentary Annals of Ireland in 873:Ég righ Lochlainne .i. Gothfraid do tedmaimm grána op...

4/27/2009 11/3/2015

Amlaíb / Óláfr Gudrødsson, King of Dublin MP (c.793 - bef.872)

"Amlaíb", "Olaf"

Amlaíb Conung== From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia íb Conung (Old Norse: Óláfr; died c. 874) was a Viking[nb 1] leader in Ireland and Scotland in the mid-late ninth century. He was the son of the ki...

3/7/2011 11/3/2015

Auisle Gudrodson MP (b. - 867)

"Asl", "Oisle"

. [ASL [Auisle] (-killed 867). The Annals of Ulster record in 863 that "three kings of the foreigners, Amlaib and Imar and Auisle plundered the land of Flann, son of Conaing, and Lorcan son of Cathal k...

10/31/2015 11/3/2015

Sigfrith mac Ímair, King of Dublin MP (b. - 888)

"Sichfrith mac Ímair"

Not to be confused with his brother Sihtric=Sichfrith mac Ímair (Old Norse: Sigfrøðr Ívarrsson; died 888) was a ninth-century King of Dublin. He was a son of Ímar and a member of the Uí Ímair. ) SIGFRI...

7/31/2008 10/31/2015

Ivar ua Ímair MP (c.880 - 904)

"Imar"

v3.1 Updated 27 January 20161. IVAR [Imar] (-killed 904). The Annals of Ulster record the death in 904 of "Imar grandson of Imar” killed by “the men of Foirtriu”[1203].

10/30/2015 10/30/2015

Godfrey ua Ímair MP (890 - d.)

"Gothfraidh", "Gothfrith"

. GUTHFRITH (-934). The Annals of Ulster record that "the foreigners of Loch dá Chaech i.e. Ragnall king of the dark foreigners and the two jarls Oitir and Gragabai forsook Ireland and proceeded…agains...

10/30/2015 10/30/2015

Niel ua Ímair MP (deceased)

Cawley quotes Simeon of Durham but notes that "Niel" would be an unusual name in a Norse family, one theory that might explain this would be a claim made by some that a brother of Ivar married a daught...

10/30/2015 10/30/2015

Ragnall ua Ímair, King of Waterford, York and Dublin MP (b. - 921)

"KIng Ivar's grandson"

Norse warrior chieftain and king in the Irish Sea area.* Father: Unknown, presumed son of Ivar king in Dublin, who may be Ivar the Boneless.* Mother: Unknown.* Wife: Unknown* Children: Unknown---------...

5/19/2008 10/30/2015

Sigtrygg "Silkbeard" Olafsson, King of Dublin & York MP (c.960 - 1042)

"Sigtrygg", "Sihtric", "Sitric", "Sitrick", "Sigtryg", "SigtryggrSigtrygg", "Sigtrygg II", "King of Dublin", "Silkbeard Olafsson", "Silkbeard King of Dublin and York"

Sigtrygg Silkbeard From Wikipedia , the free encyclopedia Sigtrygg II Silkbeard Olafsson (also Sihtric, Sitric[1] and Sitrick in Irish texts; or Sigtryg[2] and Sigtryggr[3] in Scandinavian texts) was a...

2/2/2007 10/30/2015

Sitric "Cáech" ua Ímair, King of Dublin & York MP (c.880 - 927)

"Sitric Gále", "Sigtrygg Caoch", "Sigtrigg"

Sigtrygg or Sithric of YorkMarried: 1. (first wife), three sons: Harald, Olaf, Guthfrith2. Eadgyth of Wessex, no children from v3.2 Updated 21 April 2017SIHTRIC "Caoch" (-[926/27]). The Annals of Ulste...

2/2/2007 10/30/2015

Unidentified child of Ivarr MP (bef.873 - 888)

The following [five] persons are recorded as grandsons of Ivar, but it is not known whether they were sons of one or more of the known sons of Ivar, or sons of other unrecorded sons or daughters, nor w...

1/13/2009 10/30/2015

Ivarr Gudrodson, king of Dublin MP (c.815 - bef.874)

"Ivar", "Ímar", "Imair", "Imur"

Ívarr Gudrødsson , Viking king of Dublin and perhaps also of York. He sacked Dumbarton in 870.* Father: King Godhfraidh (Gudrød)* Mother: Unknown* Children:** Baird (died 881)** Sigfrith (died 888)** S...

7/22/2008 10/30/2015