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... Mac Railt Armuinn MP (1180 - d.)

He was Norse Armuinn (Lieutenant) of the King of Man for Dunvegan, Durinish, Bracadale and Minginish. He was a "Scandinavian knight."

Achaius mac Ailpín MP (deceased)

Biography Achaius mac Ailpín His parents were Alpín mac Echdach, Rí na Dál Riata and N.N. . He is said to have been great grandfather of Óengus MacAlpin .

Achir Cirre mac Eochaid, Rí na Dál Riata MP (c.231 - 294)

Achtan mac Olcca MP (160 - d.)

Cormac's mother was Eachtach, daughter of Uilceathach the smith and "dowered mistress" of Art. "For it was a custom at that time ... that whenever a king or king's son coveted the daughter of a farmer ...

Ada or Ida de Warenne, Countess of Huntingdon MP (c.1120 - c.1178)

Ada de Warenne From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Ada de Warenne (or Adeline de Varenne) (c. 1120–1178) was the Anglo-Norman wife of Henry of Scotland, Earl of Northumbria and Earl of Huntingdon. ...

Ada de Huntingdon (of Scotland), Countess of Holland MP (c.1146 - aft.1206)

ADA of Scotland Daughter of HENRY of Scotland Earl of Huntingdon and Northumberland & his wife Ada de Warenne ([1146/48]-11 Jan after 1205, bur Middleburg Monastery). ADA ([1146/48]-11 Jan after 120...

Adam de Kilconquhar (mac Donnchaidh), Earl of Carrick MP (1232 - 1270)

Died in 1270 during the 8th Crusade. Adam of Kilconquhar From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Born Adhamh [possibly Aedh] mac Donnchaidh Probably Kilconquhar, in the earldom of Fife, Scotland ...

Adamair mac Feir, Rí na h'Éireann MP (-476 - -412)

Admoir mac Conaire MP (-92 - d.)

Admor Father: Conaire Mor, d. ca. 040 BC in Bruighean Da Dhearg, Ireland, cause of death was murder by insurgents., He became king of Ireland, ca. 110 BC in Tara, Ireland Some genealogies do not lis...

Aed Brosc (The Expulsion of the Déisi) MP (c.380 - d.)

Aed Brosc was of the tribe of the Déssi who hailed from the County Waterford region of Ireland. His grandfather, Eochaid Allmuir (from Over the Sea) had left his homeland when a bid for independence by...

Aed Mac Eochucan, King of Ulster MP (857 - 919)

Kings of Ulster From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search The Kings of Ulster were of the Ulaid, and up till about A.D. 450, ruled as over-kings of the ancient cóiced (portio...

Aedh Athlamhan Ó Néill (mac Flaithbertach), Lord of Aileach MP (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 Barra...

Aedh mac Maelrunn MP (deceased)

Aedh mac Flainn MP (b. - 1021)

Aedh mac Flainn MP (b. - 1021)

Aedh O'Neill (mac Domnaill) MP (974 - 1004)

Aedh mac Mael Mithigh MP (b. - 963)

Aedham/Aodhan Glas mac Nuadhat, Ard Rí na h'Éireann {Legendary} MP (c.-1025 - c.-950)

Àedán Glas Father Nuadu Finn Fáil King of Ireland (-961bc) Misc. Notes In his time the coast was infested with pirates; and there occurred a dreadful plague (Apthach) which swept away most of the i...

Aenghus mac Flainn MP (b. - 911)

Aengus Tuirbheach (Lebor Gabála Érenn) MP (c.-424 - -384)

384BC Aenghus Tuirmheach Teamhrach, King of Ireland, d. ca. 325 BC in Tara, Ireland Father: Fir Cetharraid Some sources list Aenghus' father as Temrach or Eder Sal Teamrach, and jump over several...

Aengus Buidnech mac Feideilmid, Rí na Dál Riata MP (c.320 - 405)

Aengus mac Mael Sechnaill MP (b. - 915)

Agustín Edwards Mac-Clure, III MP (1878 - 1941)

Nació en Santiago, el 17 de junio de 1877; su padre fue Agustín Edwards Ross, banquero y dueño de El Mercurio de Valparaíso y su madre, María Luisa Mac-Clure. Se casó en 1898, con Olga Budge Zañartu ...

Ailill Cas-Fiacalaig (Lebor Gabála Érenn) MP (c.-460 - -418)

d. ca. 418 BC, cause of death was slaying by Adamair, son of Fearcorb. Father: Connla Caemh, King of Ireland, d. ca. 443 BC in Tara, Ireland He reigned for twenty-five years. "Crooked Tooth" Title...

Ailill Mór (Táin Bó Cúailnge) MP (deceased)

Ailill Mac Mata Ailill was the king of Connacht. Ailill was the son of Russ Ruad, and he had two brothers, Connra Cas and Eochaid Dála, who were also kings of Connacht. Ailill was married Medb (M...

Ailill mac Dunlainge MP (c.435 - c.530)

Please see List of Kings of Leinster; . (Steven Ferry, April 13, 2019.)

Ailill Finn mac Airt, Rí na h'Éireann MP (-860 - -784)

Ailill Aine mac Loegaire, of Connaught MP (-590 - d.)

THE OLDEST STORY OF THE LAIGIN Ailill Aine ODR is a tale of considerable interest, both for its form and for its content. While Rawlinson B 502 draws a distinction between Scélshenchas and Laídshen...

Ailill mac Slánuill, Rí na h'Éireann MP (deceased)

Ainmuire mac Sétnai, Ard-rí na h'Éireann MP (498 - 585)

Ainmire / Ainmuire, High King of Ireland (1) M, #150063, d. 569 Last Edited=9 Jul 2005 Ainmire, High King of Ireland was the son of Sétnae (?). (1) He died in 569. (1) Ainmire / Ainmuire, High ...

Airech Feabhruadh mac Miledh MP (-1725 - d.)

Airgeatmhar mac Siorlaimh, Rí na h'Éireann MP (b. - -748)

Airndil Dornaidel MacMaine (mac Maine), Righ Caledonii MP (c.-295 - -245)

Airtri . mac Hebrig MP (deceased)

Alan mac Ruaidhrí MP (b. - aft.1263)

REGINALD , son of SOMERLED Lord of Argyll & his wife --- of Man (-after 1192). m FONIE , daughter of ---. "Reginaldus filius Sumerled dominus de Inchegal…et uxor mea Fonie" donated cows and other reven...

Alan mac Lochlan, Lord of Galloway MP (bef.1175 - 1234)

Alan of Galloway (Alan FitzRoland means Alan, son of Roland) Alan Fitz Roland (c. 1175 – 1234) was the last of the MacFergus dynasty of quasi-independent Lords of Galloway. He was also hereditary Const...

Alan mac Dhonnchaidh MP (c.1226 - d.)

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Alasdair Macdubhgaill, Lord mormaer of Lorn MP (c.1250 - 1311)

Alasdair MacDubhgaill , Lord of Argyll He was a Scottish magnate from the late 13th and early 14th century, and was chief of Clan MacDougall . Alexander was the son of Eóghan MacDubhghaill, Lord of Ar...

Alasdair mac Dhonnchaidh MP (1222 - d.)

Alexander III, King of the Scots MP (1241 - 1286)

Alexander III (Medieval Gaelic: Alaxandair mac Alaxandair; Modern Gaelic: Alasdair mac Alasdair) (4 September 1241 – 19 March 1286), King of Scots, was born at Roxburgh, the only son of Alexander II by...

Alexander II, King of Scots MP (1198 - 1249)

Alexander II of Scotland Alexander II (Mediaeval Gaelic: Alaxandair mac Uilliam; Modern Gaelic: Alasdair mac Uilleim) (24 August 1198 - 6 July 1249) was King of Scots from 1214 to his death. He wa...

Alexander Stewart, 1st Earl of Buchan MP (1343 - bef.1405)

Alexander Stewart , Alasdair Mór mac an Rígh , and called the Wolf of Badenoch (1343 – 20 June 1405), [date on memorial is 24 July 1394] was the fourth son of King Robert II of Scotland and also the yo...

Alexander I, King of Scots MP (c.1078 - 1124)

Alexander I, Alaxandair mac Maíl Coluim (Modern Gaelic: Alasdair mac Mhaol Chaluim), nicknamed "The Fierce" Parents: Máel Coluim mac Donnchada & Margaret of Wessex Spouse: Sibylla de Normandie (n...

Allan mac Ailein MP (deceased)

Alpín mac Echdach, Rí na Dál Riata MP (778 - 834)

The earliest mention of Alpin is in a 10th century pedigree constructed to give the kings of Scotland an ancient heritage. Alpín, mac Eochaid, King of Dal Riada, Argyll, Kintyre

Alwyn mac Archill MP (c.1070 - 1153)

Notes ◦1 - Prominent at the court of King David I (1124-1153) 2 - Alwyn MacArchill Occupationrannair to the King of Scots EmployerDavid I, King of Scots; Malcolm IV, King of Scots SpouseEde ChildrenG...

Amalgaid mac Congalach MP (b. - 909)

Amergin Gluingeal mac Miled, Chief Ollam of Ireland MP (c.-1762 - -1697)

EditWatch this page Amergin Glúingel Amergin[1] Glúingel ("white knees") or Glúnmar ("big knee") is a bard and judge for the Milesians in the Irish Mythological Cycle. He was appointed Chief Ollam of...

Olaf MP (b. - c.1250)

DUGALD , son of SOMERLED Lord of Argyll & his wife --- of Man (-after 1175). The Chronicon Manniæ et Insularum names “Dulgallum, Reginaldum, Engus et Olavum” as the four sons of “Sumerledo regulo Herer...

Amlaíb mac Ilduilb, King of Scots MP (b. - c.977)

Amlaíb mac Ilduilb (Modern Gaelic: Amhlaigh)[1], known in English as simply Amlaíb (died 977) was King of Scots during the 970s.[2] He was the son of King Indulf (Idulb mac Causantín) and brother of Ki...

Olaf MP (b. - 896)

The 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 Conai...

Andrew Mac Alexander of Menstrie, 2nd Baron of Menstrie MP (aft.1446 - c.1526)

Thomas Alexander was father of II. ANDREW ALEXANDER, who succeeded him in the lands of Menstrie, of which the earl of Argyle was then superior. He married Catharine Graham,* daughter of —by whom he h...

Angus of Bute & Arran MP (c.1145 - 1210)

Angus, Lord of Bute and Arran was the son of Somerled, Thane of Argyll and Ragnhild. He inherited Bute, Arran and Gamoran, but lost these to his brother Ranald. He was killed, along with his three sons...

Anlach Goronog mac Cormac, King of Ireland MP (c.370 - d.)

King of Garthmadrun, Wales Please see Darrell Wolcott: The Lands Called Garthmadryn; . (Steven Ferry, may 4, 2021.)

Hugh MacMahon MP (b. - 1344)

Aonghas Mor mac Domhnaill, Lord of Islay MP (c.1249 - c.1296)

Angus (Aonghas) Mor Mac Domhnaill, Lord Of Islay Angus Mor, being the son of Domhnall, took on the surname of MacDomhnall, and was the first to use that surname which later has taken on it's many form...

Aonghus Olmucadha, High King of Ireland {Legendary} MP (deceased)

20th King of Ireland. Àengus Olmuccaid Monarch of Ireland Death: 1409 BC, Battle of Carman Father: Fiacha Labhrainn King of Ireland (-1448bc) Mother daughter ingen Mugáeth Misc. Notes was the 20t...

Angus Ollam Amlonga (Lebor Gabála Érenn) MP (aft.-275 - d.)

Ardgall Mac Matuadan MP (b. - 969)

Art Corp mac Cairbre (Annals of the Four Masters) MP (c.190 - d.)

Art Eanfhear "the Solitary", 112th High King of Ireland MP (c.157 - 195)

Art mac Cuinn ("son of Conn"), also known as Art Óenfer (literally "one man", used in the sense of "lone", "solitary", or "only son"),[1] was, according to medieval Irish legend and historical traditio...

Art mac Lugdach, Rí na h'Éireann MP (c.-890 - -805)

Art Imleach mac Elema, Rí na h'Éireann MP (-1050 - -1002)

Art mac Eber Don, King of Ulster MP (c.-930 - d.)

Artan mac Conail MP (deceased)

Arthur mac Aedan MP (556 - 590)

[][[]][[]]There is a theory that he was was the inspiration for King Arthur . No proof, just a theory. aka Arturius of MANANN; Prince in CAMELOT; Dux Bellorum of BRITONS against Picts and Saxons; (alt...

Askell hnokhan mac Dufpakr MP (deceased)

Awny FitzMaurice (O’Brien) MP (1497 - 1537)

Amy Mac-I-Brien-Ara was the daughter of Turlogh Mac-I-Brien-Ara.1 She married, firstly, James FitzMaurice FitzGerald, 10th Earl of Desmond, son of Maurice FitzThomas FitzGerald, 9th Earl of Desmond.1 S...

Badarn . mac Airgeatmhair MP (deceased)

Badhbhchadh mac Duí, Rí na h'Éireann MP (deceased)

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

a) 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...

Barnaby “Bryan” Fitzpatrick, 7th Baron of Upper Ossory MP (b. - 1696)

Barnaby Fitzpatrick (Irish: Brian Mac Giolla Phádraig), 7th Baron Upper Ossory, (d. 1696) was the eldest son, heir and successor of Barnaby Fitzpatrick, 6th Baron Upper Ossory by his wife Catherine Eve...

Be Binn Inion Urchadh, Queen of Thomond MP (915 - 1005)

Berngal mac Ghedhi, Rí na h'Éireann MP (deceased)

Bilé (Lebor Gabála Érenn) MP (c.-1800 - -1739)

Breoghan (or Brigus) was king of Galicia, Andalusia, Murcia, Castile, and Portugal—all of which he conquered. He built Breoghan's Tower or Brigantia in Galicia, and the city of Brigantia or Braganza in...

Bjolan mac Vilbadr MP (deceased)

Bjolan Father of Thorstein and Olver Mouth.

Blathachta . mac Labhraid MP (-330 - d.)

Blathmac, High King of Ireland MP (b. - 665)

Áedo_Sláine Blathmac, High King of Ireland (1) M, #150082, d. 665 Last Edited=9 Jul 2005 Blathmac, High King of Ireland was the son of Áed Sláine, High King of Ireland. (1) He died in 665. (1) ...

Blátha . mac Labraid Condilg MP (c.-454 - d.)

Boedhe mac Cináeda MP (985 - 1058)

Boete, Boite, Beoedhe, Bode Father of Gille and Gruoch who married Macbeth Etymology of his name is obscure; it may be cognate with Irish "Buadach" (victorious; cf. Boudica), or "Buite" (a saint's nam...

Breisrigh mac Airt, Rí na h'Éireann MP (-1030 - -952)

Brek . mac Coipre MP (c.58 - d.)

Bres, Nár and Lothar Findemna mac Echdach MP (c.-138 - d.)

In Irish mythology the three Findemna of Finn Eamna (variously interpreted as "fair triplets" or "three fair ones of Emain Macha") were three sons of the High King of Ireland, Eochaid Feidlech. Their n...

Bresal mac Oengusa MP (c.-230 - d.)

Bresal Bó-Díbad mac Rudraig, Rí na h'Éireann MP (deceased)

Bressal Belach mac Fiachu MP (c.365 - 436)

Brian Boru, High king of Ireland MP (c.941 - 1014)

Foundation for Medieval Genealogy: BRIAN Boroma, son of CEINNÉITIG & his wife --- ([941]-killed in battle Clontarf 23 Apr 1014). The Annals of Ulster record the birth in 941 of "Brian son of Cennéitig...

Brian MacMahon MP (b. - 1372)

"[A]bout the middle of the fourteenth century we find the chief Brian, son of Hugh Mac Mahon, expelled from fortress of Rath-Tulad, now called Tully, a townland adjoining [to the south] the townland of...

Brian Ardchenn mac Muiredach, King of Leinster MP (b. - 795)

Please see List of Kings of Leinster; . (Steven Ferry, April 13, 2019.) ID: I51302 Name: Bran, King Of Ireland Given Name: Bran, King Of Surname: Ireland Sex: M Birth: 740 in Leinster, Ir...

Bridei mac Fergus (of the Picts), of the Picts MP (c.720 - 763)

Bridei mac Der-Ilei, King of the Picts MP (b. - 706)

Bristi mac Gilleain MP (deceased)

Brude II mac Gwid, King of the Picts MP (584 - 641)

Bruide mac Beli, Rí na h'Alt Clut MP (b. - 693)

See Peter Bartrum, (May 11, 2018; Anne Brannen, curator)

Bruide mac Maelgwn, King of the Picts MP (c.524 - 584)

Wolcott discusses at length why this man should not be considered a son of Maelgwn Gwynedd: Please see Darrell Wolcott: Bridei and Domlech, "Children" of Maelgwn Gwynedd; . (Steven Ferry, July 24, 202...

Bruithina Ingen Gwid MacBrude MP (c.600 - 679)

INGEN GWID Pictish princess 5389 Marriage Information: INGEN GWID married Domnall Brecc ("the Speckled") MAC ECHACH King of Dál Riata (629-642), son of Eochaid Buide MAC ÁEDÁN King of Dál-Riata (60...

Buadachán mac Lachtnai MP (deceased)

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Báetán mac Muirchertaig, Ard-rí na h'Éireann MP (498 - 572)

Báetán I, High King of Ireland (1) M, #150064, d. 572 Last Edited=9 Jul 2005 Báetán I, High King of Ireland was the son of Muirchertach I, High King of Ireland. (1) He died in 572. (1) Báetán I...

Cairbre Baschaein mac Conaire MP (375 - d.)

Cairbre mac Néill, High King of Ireland MP (c.410 - 493)

Coirpre was perhaps the leader of the conquests that established the southern Uí Néill in the midlands of Ireland. The record of the Irish annals suggests that Coirpre's successes were reattributed to ...