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                                                                                                                          114.Aed - the Lazy Limbed Youth O Niall -  127.Sean O Niall of Co. Tyrone         

114.Aed - the Lazy Limbed Youth O Niall had received his epithet because he had refused to rise from his seat for Loughlin O Loughlin, who he despised due to the death of his father, and eventually he was to gain back the right of succession to the Cenel nEogain Kingship once again for the O Neills of Ulster Province and was to be the father of;

 115.Niall Ruadh - of Red Complexion O Niall who was to die in 1223 AD who was to be the father of;

*116.Brian Catha Duinn O Niall (1238 AD) involved in the Battle of Caim Eirge in 1241 AD and who would be killed later on in the Battle of Druim Dearg in 1260 AD. (Pedigrees from here down to 127.Sean O Niall recorded by Keating  1629 - 1634 AD.)

117.Donnell / Domhnall O Niall (1283 - 1286 AD was deposed) ( 1290 - 1291 he was deposed again)  (1295 - 1325) became the father of;

118.Aodh O Niall (1345 - 1364 AD) the father of;

 119.Niall Mor - the Greater O Niall (1364 - 1397 AD who abdicated and died in 1398 AD the father of;

  120.Niall Og - the Younger O Niall (1397 - 1403 AD father of;

 121.Eoghan O Niall the father of ;   N.B: Felim / Feidhlimidh Ruadh - of Red Complexion O Niall's descendants now break away from the O Nialls.)

122.Einri O Niall the father of ;

123.Conn O Niall the English appointed first English Earl of Tyrone the father of;

 124.Conn Bacach O Niall the father of;

 125.An Fear Dorcha O Niall the father of;

126.Black Hugh / Aodh Dubh O Niall the English appointed first Earl of Dungannon and second Earl of Tyrone who became "The O Niall" and led the Irish Septs in a 9 year revolt against Elizabeth 1st and the continuing English ethnic and religious oppression in Ireland who was the father of;

127.Sean O Niall

 

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