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Enna (Eunius) Airgtheach, son of Eochaidh Mumho Some sources show a different 21st Monarch (21 - wrong? Nuadu (Nuaghat) Declam Mac ECHACH (22) Rothectaid Rigderg (Roitheaehtaigh) Mac MOEN ; aka Rotheachtach (23) Setna (Sedna) Art Mac ARTRAICH ; killed 22nd Monarch (24) Fiachu Finscothach Mac SETNA ; aka Fiacha Fionn Scothach (25) Muinemon (Muinhearnhoin) Mac CAS (? Rory accepted vassal status in 1175 and renounced his crown 1186.) Tuathal (I) TECHTMAR (TEACHTMAR; Mac FIACHACH) (Scotland ? ) ; 106th (& first certainly historical) MONARCH of IRELAND; fought numerous battles to conquer Ireland; established capital district in Meath James CROFTS (1st Duke of MONMOUTH) SCOTT (Rotterdam 1649 - 15/7/1685 Tower Hill) ; (K.
BC)) ; aka Reachta Righdhearg; aka Reacht Righ-dearg (66) Augaine Mor Mac ECHACH ; Ugaine (Ughaine Ugainy) MOR; aka Hugony `the Great'; sailed to and attacked Africa & Sicily (67) Badhbhchadh mac Echach, son of Eochy Buadech Mac DUACH. BC)) ; aka Adamhor Foltchmoin; aka Adhamhra Foltcain (79) Eochaidh Ailtleathair of IRELAND (80) Feargus Fortamail Mac BRESAIL (sources show two different pedigrees for 81st Monarch) (81) Aengus Tuirbheach Teamhrach Mac FER (? BC) ; aka Aonghus Tuirmech (81) Aengus Tuirbheach Teamhrach of IRELAND (? aka Jonadhmhar (Inadmore) (88) Breasal Boidhiobhadh, son of Rudraige Mor Mac SITTRID (89) Lugaid Luaigne Mac FINTAIT (? BC) ; aka Lughaidh Luaghne (90) Congal Claroineach, son of Rudraige Mor Mac SITTRID (91) Dui Dalta Dedaid Mac CAIRPRE (? BC) ; aka Duach Donn Dalte Deagha (92) Fachtna Fathach Mac Rossa, son of Ros Ruadh Mac RUDRAIGI (93) Eochaidh Feidlech (FEIDHLIOCH) Mac FINN (? BC) ; `Constant Sighing'; slew Tachna Tathlioch (94) Eochaid Airem Mac FINN (? BC) ; aka Eochaidh Airemh `Gravedigger' (95) Eterscel (Etercel) Mac EOGAN (-) Clann Eimhir Finn (96) Nuada Necht Mac SETNAI SITHBAICC (? BC) ; `the White' (97) Conaire (I) Mor Mac ETERSCEOIL Interregnum. (101) Cairbre Cinncait `Cean-Cait' (`Cat's head') (102) Feredac `the True' Mac CRIMTHAINAN NIA NAIRE (? ) ; (Fearadach Fionn Feachtnach) (103) Fiatach Finn Mac DAIRE (104) Fiache II (Fiachaidh IV) Fionnolaidh Mac FEREDAIG (? Hughes shows a co-Ruler with Congalach (-) [944-950] Ruaidri I (173) [956-980] Domnall O'NAILL of IRELAND (? : grandfather of Ann Whitesides); (that our Deborah Montgomery was sister of the (slightly) famous Thomas of Philadelphia is suggested by w....
not LONGESPEE) The 1st and 2nd Milesian Monarchs were brothers, and 33-great grandsons of Adam in early legends. - 1699 BC) ; aka Eremon (Eermon Eremoin) Mac MILED (3) Muimhne mac Eremoin, son of Heremon of IRELAND (4) Luighine mac Eremoin, son of Heremon of IRELAND (5) Laighean mac Eremoin, son of Heremon of IRELAND (6) Er mac Eber, son of Eber Finn Mac MILED (7) Orba mac Eber, son of Eber Finn Mac MILED (8) Fearon mac Eber, son of Eber Finn Mac MILED (9) Fergen mac Eber, son of Eber Finn Mac MILED (-) Nuadhat Neacht, ruled for six months, descendant of 2nd Monarch. Monarchy was contested during and after the reign of 179th Monarch. aka Turlogh II (King) of CONNACHT (182) [1156-1166] Muirchertach Mac LOCHLAINN (1110? ) ; aka Murcertac (Murtough) III O'NEIL (183) [1166-1186] Ruaidri (II) Ua CONCHOBAIR (? aka Sunnon Carlos Hugo BOURBON (Duke) of PARMA (Paris 8/4/1930 - 18/8/2010 Barcelona) ; aka Charles Hugues Xavier Marie Sixte Louis Robert Jean Georges Benoit Michel; Count of MONTEMOLIN; (PRETENDER-KING of SPAIN) John (Major) MONTGOMERY (Eaglesham, Renfrews.?
The details of these legends can be reviewed elsewhere, but I find it fascinating that they trace the ancestors of the Milesians back to Scythia (near present-day Moldava). (Or is this a confusion related to 96th Monarch, who also co-ruled with a FINN ? 48th Monarch (50) Eochaid Uarchas Mac LUGAID ; aka Eochaidh Uaircas (Uarceas); aka Eoghai Goir Gheas; k. BC)) ; aka Olioll Fionn (57) Eochaid (Eochaidh) (VII) Mac AILELLA (? (179) [1083-1121] Domnall Mac LOCHLAINN (1049 - 1121) ; aka Donald (V) O'LOUGHLIN (180) [1086-1119] Muirchertach (Murtagh) O'BRIEN (? - 1198) ; aka Rory O'CONNOR; King of CONNACHT; 183rd (and Last) MONARCH of IRELAND [ca 1172-1921] Ireland ruled by England.
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