*60.Coffey / Cobhthach the Celtic Gaelic Milesian Heremonian 69th King of Erinn - *77. Lewy / Lughaidh Sriabh n Dearg the Celtic Gaelic Milesian 98th King of Ireland.
541 / 542 BC *60.Coffey / Cobhthach Caol Breagh- the Slender of Breagh the Gaelic Milesian 69th King of Erinn, after reigning for 50 years, was to be killed by his great - nephew, *62.Labraidh Loingsech - He speaks - of the Sea, who was previously known as *62.Maoin, who was the surviving grandson of *60.Coffey's older brother, *60.Laoghaire / Leary Lorc the previous Gaelic Milesian 68th King of Erin before him, who was the second son of his nephew, 61.Oilioll Aine who he had also killed to fortify his position in the Kingship. When *62.Maoin was very young he developed an impediment to his speech and because of this physicall disfunction *60.Coffey Caol Breagh had allowed him to live as *62.Maoin could not then be a threat to his position as the overall King due to having this physical difficulty under the Brehon Law, but he as Fate would have it he was to eventually gain back his voice, and *60.Coffey had then expelled him from Ireland, but later on he had managed to return to Ireland, and after gaining assistance he had then been able to dispatch *60.Coffey Caol Breagh at the fort of Dinn Righ this year.
*60.Coffey Caol Breagh was now to become the direct male line ancestor of many of the Heremonian aristocratic warrior Septs / Family branches in Ireland, including those from his descendant, *88.Conaire 11 who was to become the Gaelic Milesian 111th King of Ireland through his 3 sons, 89. the 3 Cairbre brothers, who then themselves became the ancestors of the Heremonian Ui Cobhthaig Ui Conaire Muscraige and Earna Septs in the Munster Province, the Ui Conaire Dal Riada Scottii Septs in the north - east of the Ulster Province and in Argyle (The Land of the Gael) Albany in the Scottish Highlands. Another of his descendants, *81.Toole / Tuathal Reachtmar who was to be the Gaelic Milesian 106th King of Ireland, was also to be the father of *82.Felim / Feidhlimidh the Gaelic Milesian 108th King of Ireland whose 3 sons also was to include 83.Fiacha Suidhe who was to become the direct male line ancestor of the Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim Deisi Septs whose original territory was to be in Meath / Midhe and later on in Co. Waterford, Another son, 83.Eochy / Eochaidh Find Fuad nAirtt was to become the direct male line ancestor of the Heremonian Ui Cobhthaig Ui Felim Fotharta Septs who were to eventually have their territory in Southern Leinster where they were to become a vassal Sept of the Heremonian Ui Laogharie Ui Lughaidh Cu Corb Septs, while the other son, *83.Conn Cead Cathach - of the Hundred Battles was to become the Gaelic Milesian 110th King of Ireland and the direct male line ancestor of the Heremonian Ui Cobhthaig Ui Felim Dal Cuinn (People of *83.Conn), including the 3 Connachta Septs in the Connacht Province, the Ui Felim Dal Cuinn 3 Colla Septs in their kingdom of Orghialla / Airghialla / Oriel in Southern Ulster and Co. Louth in the north - east of Northern Leinster, the Ui Felim Dal Cuinn Colla Da Crioch Ui Maine Septs in the south - east of Connacht, the Ui Felim Dal Cuinn "northern" Ui Niaill Septs in the Ulster Province and the Ui Felim Dal Cuinn "southern" Ui Niaill Septs in Northern Leinster. *69.Coffey'Caol Breaghs son who was to carry his particular Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim Dal Cuinn male line forward in this instance was;
523 - 506 BC. *61.Meig / Meilge Molbhthach, who became the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh 71st King of Erinn who reigned for 17 years until he too was slain at the Battle of Clare by *67.Modh / Mogh Corb who became the Heberian Gaelic Milesian 72nd King of Tara / Erinn, who was a son of 66.Coffey / Cobhthach Caomh - the Gentle. *61.Meilge's son who was to continue on the Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh male line in this instance was;
481 - 474 BC *62.Iaran Gleofhatach / Iarraingleo Fathach - of Justice and Wisdom who was to be the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh 74th King of Erinn, who ruled for 7 years and was known as a just and wise ruler with many accomplishments, until he too was slain in battle by *68.Fear Chorb the son of *67.Modh Corb, who became the Gaelic Milesian Heberian 75th King of Erinn. *62.Iaran's son who now continued on the Ui Cobhthaigh male line was;
463 - 442 / 443 BC. *63.Connla Caomh / Cruiaidhchealgach who was the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh 76th King of Erinn who ruled for 20 years until he died of natural causes.*63.Connla Caomh's son who then carried the Ui Cobhthaigh male line forward was;
443 - 417 / 418 BC *64.Ailill Cas - Fiachla / Fiachlach / Oilioll Caisfhiachlach who was the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh 77th King of Erinn until he too was slain after ruling for 25 years, by *69.Adhamhar / Adhamhra Foltchaoin who then became the Gaelic Milesian Heberian 78th King of Erinn. *64.Ailill's son who then carried the Ui Cobhthaigh male line forward was;
414 - 395 / 396 BC *65.Eochy / Eochaidh Alt Leathan / Ailtleathair - of the Long Hair who slew *69.Adhamhar Foltchaoin the Gaelic Milesian 78th King of Erinn in battle and became the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh 79th King of Erinn and ruled for 17 years until he too was slain this year by *66.Fergus Fortamhail who became the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Laoghaire 80th King of Tara / Erinn. *65.Eochy Alt Leathan's son who carried the Ui Cobhthaigh male line forward was;
385 - 326 BC *66.Angus Tuirmeach / Teamhrach / Aeneas / Oengus Tuirbheach / Tuireach Tamach - the Ruler of Tara who slew *66.Fergus Fortamhail the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Laoghaire 80th King of Tara / Erinn in battle in 385 AD and became the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh 81st King of Erinn who was himself to be slain at Tara in the Midlands / Midhe / Meath in Northern Leinster after ruling for 60 years.
One of *66.Angus Tuirbheach Teamhrach's sons, 67.Fiachaidh Fear Mara / Fiachu Firmara as a baby was from his own daughter, and as he was personally thoroughly ashamed of this the baby was placed in a small boat / container and set adrift on the sea together with fine clothes and jewels, in the hope that he would be found alive and be reared properly and 67.Fearchaidh Fear Mara was fortunately recovered by fishermen who because of the adornments enclosed in the container with him realized his importance, and had him especially reared, and when his true identity became known due to the jewels having to be sold to pay for his upbringing, he was then returned to his father. 67.Fiachaidh Fear Mara was to be killed at Tara in 324 BC, but in turn he was to become the direct male line ancestor of *88.Conaire 11 the future Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh 111th King of Ireland in the 2nd Century AD who would be the direct male line ancestor of the Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Conaire Septs previously mentioned eminating from his 3 sons the 3 Cairbres. (At that time *88.Conaire 11 would also be a kinsman and son - in - law of *83.Conn - of the Hundred Battles who was the previous Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim 110th King of Ireland and the direct male line ancestor of all of the Dal Cuinn Septs (The People of *83.Conn) also previously mentioned. From this union *88.Conaire 11 was to become the father as also mentioned of the 3 Cairbre brothers, including 89.Eochy / Eochaidh / Cairbre Riada who was to become the direct male line ancestor of the Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Conaire Dal Riada / Riata Scottii Septs who by then had their territory in Co. Antrim in the far north - east of the Ulster Province. They were later to become the Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Conaire Scottii Dal Riada Kings in Argyle (The Land of the Gael) in Alba / Albany / Scottish Highlands until they were replaced as the Kings there by their maternal kinsmen, the Heremonian Dal Cuinn "northern" Ui Niaill Sept. Another of the sons of *88.Conaire 11 was to be 89.Cairbre Musc who was to become the direct male line ancestor of all the Ui Conaire Muscraige Septs in the Munster Province, including the O Falveys / Ui Failbhe of Co. Kerry in the south - west, and the O Quirkes / Ui Cuirc who had their territory in Co. Tipperary in the north - east. His third son, 89.Cairbre Baschaoin is also the direct male line ancestor of the Ui Conaire Earna Sept and Corco Duibhne Sept including the O Baskins from the Corca Baiscinn Sept who were to have their territory then in Co. Clare in the north - west of Munster previously part of Connacht. *66.Angus Tuirbheach Teamhrach's eldest son who then carried his particular Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh male line forward to *83.Conn - of the Hundred Battles was;
313 - 292 / 293 BC *67.Enda Aigneach / Eanna Aighnach - the Hospitable who had become the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh 84th King of Erinn who after ruling for 20 years is remembered in Irish history as a generous King until he was slain in battle this year by *69.Criffan Cosgrach / Criomthann Cusgrach who was to become the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Laoghaire 85th King of Erinn for 5 years. During the next 160 years the Heremonian Septs down to the time of his particular future descendant 74.Fionn, the Kingship of Tara / Erinn was to be held by 4 Clann na Rory Kings from the Gaelic Milesian Irian Sept descended from 37.Ir and 3 Gaelic Milesian Heberian Kings descended from his older brother, *37.Eber Fionn - of Fair Complexion. *67.Enda Aigneach's son who was to continue to carry the Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh male line forward on this occasion was;
68.Labraidh Lorc the father of 69.Beothachtach whose son was 70.Blathachtach whose son was 71.Assaman Eamhnadh / Easoman Eamhna - of Eamhain whose son was;
72.Roighen Ruadh / Roynie - of Red Complexion, and during his time most of the cattle in Ireland died off due to murrain and his son was; 73.Fionnlogh / Findguill, whose son was;
74.Fionn / Findeoin who married Benia the daughter of Criffan / Crimthann, and he had 2 sons, and one of these was *75.Eochy Teareach who was to become the future Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh 93rd King of Erinn who was to be killed by lightening at Tara / Teamhair. 74.Fionn's other son who carried his particular Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh male line forward was to be; *75.Eochy / Eochaidh Aireamh - the Ploughman.
142 BC. *63.Fachtna Fathach / Tachna Tathlioch the Gaelic Milesian Irian 92nd King of Tara / Erinn was to be killed by *75.Eochy / Eochaidh Aireamh - the Ploughman, who later became the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh 94th King of Erinn who was to receive his particular epithet because during his rule he was to have the foresight to have the oxen hitched around the shoulders instead of the horns. Those subject to his over - lordship during his time were 64.Conor / Conchobar mac Neasa the Gaelic Milesian Irian King of Ulster with his Red Branch Warriors of Ulster, Curoi mac Daire the Heremonian Ui Cobhthaig Degadian King of Munster and Mesgegra the Heremonian King of Leinster.
*75.Eochy Aireamh was later to be also known as *75.Eochy Feidlioch and he was to construct a royal residence and Rath Cruachan was named for his Queen, Cruachan Croidheirg / Rising Heart who would be the mother of 76.Maeve / Maedhbh the future Queen of Connacht who would wear on her head the Aision / Golden Crown and later on be involved in a 7 Years conflict with the Irian Red Branch Knights of Ulster who were under the Kingship then of 64.Conor mac Neasa the Irian King of Ulster. To try and forge stronger Gaelic Milesian Irian aristocratic warrior ties also at first he was to marry 76.Maeve to 64.Conor mac Neasa the Irian King of Ulster, who was a grandson of *62.Rory Mor the previous Gaelic Milesian 86th King of Ireland, but she could not stand him, so she returned to her father. He then gave her in marriage to his Irian cousin who was his favourite, 64.Tinne who was a son of 63.Conragh one of the sons of *62.Rory Mor also, who he gave part of the Connacht Province to as a dowry and made him the Irian King of Connacht, which was then in 3 parts, which he shared with Fiodlach and Eochaidh Allat, 64.Tinne was to be killed at Tara by Monaire / Maceacht a Prince / Tanaiste of Leinster during a personal quarrel, He also gave Ulster to Feargus, the son of Leighe and Leinster to 82.Ros Ruadh, the son of 81.Fergus Fairge, and the 2 Munsters to Tighernach Teadh - bheamach and Deagbadah. He erected a palace residence in Connacht on 64.Tinne's area at Druin na nDruadh / Croaghan (Croidheirg) named for 76.Maeve's mother to whom she was to give the palace previously known as Rath Eochaidh. After 10 years 76.Maeve was to then marry the younger 83.Ailill Mor, who was a son of 82.Ros Ruadh and Matha Muireasg ? a Princess of Leinster, to whom she bore the 7 Maine. 83.Ailill Mor was to be slain by 68.Conall Cearnach - of the Victories who was soon after killed by the men of Connacht. 76.Maeve herself was to be killed by 66.Ferbhuidhe the son of 65.Conor mac Neasa who was in reality himself supposed to be a son of 64.Fachtna Fathach, the son of 63.Cas, who was also a son of *62.Rory Mor.
During her marriage to the aged 64.Ailill, 76.Maeve was to form a relationship with 64.Fergus Mor, the son of 63.Ros Ruadh, one of the sons of *62.Rory Mor the previous Gaelic Milesian Irian 86th King of Ireland, to whom she also produced triplets, and one of these, (1) 65.Conmac was to become the direct male line ancestor of the Irian Conmaicne Septs / Conmaicne - Mara who were to have their territory in the Connemara, Conmaicne Cuil Tolaigh who were to have their territory at Kilmaine in Co. Mayo, and the Conmaicne Rein who were to have their territory in Co. Longford and the southern part of Co. Leitrim. The Conmaicne Cinel Dubhain / Dunmore had their territory in Co. Galway. (2) His brother, 65.Corc became the direct male line ancestor of the Corc Modhruadh Sept who had their territory at Corcomroe in Co. Clare in the north - west of the Munster Province that was previously part of Southern Connacht, and the other brother, (3) 65.Ciar / Kier is the direct male line ancestor of the Irian Ciarruighe Luachra, the Ciarruighe Chuirc, the Ciarruighe Aoi and the Ciarruighe Coinmean Septs.
*75.Eochy Aireamh was also married to Clothfionn the daughter of Eochaidh Uchtleathan who bore him 3 sons who were also triplets, 76.Breas, 76.Nar and 76.Lothar - the Fineamhas (the 3 Branches), and he also had the 3 daughters. One of these daughters, 76.Clotherne was to be ravaged by her 3 drunken triplet brothers and she was to produce a son, 77.Lewy / Lughaidh Sriabh na Dearg - of the Red Circles who was born with a red circle around his neck and also his middle, which seemed to divide his body into 3 parts. These 3 sons of *75.Eochy Aireamh had fallen into disgrace and they had then rebelled against him until they were all killed in the Battle of Dramouach / Dromchriadh / Dromcue in Co. Westmeath in the south - west of Northern Leinster, a loss which he severely lamented for a long time and because of this, after his death, he became known as *75.Eochy Feidlioch - of Constant Sighing.
131 BC - 116 BC. *75.Eochy Aireamh the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh 94th King of Erinn was to also be killed at Tara / Teamhair this year after ruling for 12 years during which time he had returned the kingdom of Ireland back into 5 Provinces, Sreng's Fifth / Connacht, Leinster, Northern Munster, Southern Munster and Ulster, which had all previously been divided into 25 regions by his ancestor, *59.Ughaine Mor - the Greater who had been the Gaelic Milesian 66th King of Tara / Erinn who had died 463 years earlier in 593 BC. (*75.Eochy Aireamh had constructed a fort at Rath Croghan in the Connacht Province, without permission of the Chief there, which was to be the catalyst for his demise).
76.Bress / Breas, 76.Nar and 76.Lothar had been his 3 sons, and during their time underground burials were begun where prior to this they used stones to cover the body and one of these 3 sons was to be the actual father of;
33 - 9 BC *77.Lewy / Lughaidh Sriabh - n Dearg - of the Red Circles who was to become the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh 98th King of Erinn who was to make an alliance with the King of Denmark / Lochlainn and marry his daughter, Dervorgilla / Dearbhorgaill from whom there is no record of any issue, but after ruling for 24 years he was to meet his end by falling on his own sword, due to the great sorrow he felt over the death of his wife. Despite this previously from his own mother, 76.Clotherne, he was to produce a son;
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