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                                        *78.Criffan Niadh Nar the Gaelic Milesian 100th King of Ireland  - *83.Conn - of the Hundred Battles the Gaelic Milesian 110th King of Ireland.

 

9 AD *78.Criffan / Crimthann / Criomthann Niadh Nar - the Heroic the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh 100th King of Erinn who after ruling for 16 years was to die this year after falling from his horse and had been married to Nar - Tath - Chaoch / Naira the daughter of Laoch / Loich the son of Daire / Dareleus whose was from the northern Scythian Gaelic Picts in Alba / Scottish Highlands. It was also recorded that he had also married Baine the daughter of the King of Alba / Scottish Highlands who was to be the mother of his son, *79.Feradach Fionn - of Fair Complexion. *78.Criffan Niadh Nar and *Conaire 1st Mor / Conary - the Greater who had been the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh 97th King of Erinn had previously carried out expeditions to Albion / Briton and Gaul (France and Spain) and had assisted the Celtic Scythian Gaelic Picts and the Celtic Britons against the Romans. *78.Criffan Niadh - Nar was to bring back from Albion / Briton a highly ornamented, gilded war chariot, gold - hilted swords, a table studded with 300 brilliant gems and a pair of greyhounds coupled together with a splendid silver chain worth 100 cumal. (1 cumal = a maidservant), or 300 cows. (It was also recorded that in the 7th or 12th year of his reign Jesus Christ was born). *78.Criffan Niadh Nar was to die at his fortress of Dun Crimthann at Bin Edar / Hill of Howth after returning from an expedition against the Romans in Briton. After the demise of *78.Criffan Niadh Nar the Attacotti Celts in Ireland were to institute a long term plan that they had previously decided on, to try and rid themselves permanently of their Gaelic Milesian overlords. and to this end they had saved their resources for the previous 3 years to hold a magnificent feast, at a site now known as Magh Cro / The Field of Blood situated near Loch Conn in Co. Mayo in Sreng's Fifth / Connacht Province. They were to carry out their plan successfully, and a great revolt then occurred in Ireland, under many of the subordinate disaffected Septs, known generically as the Daorchanna, who were supported by the Fir Bolg Septs against the Gaelic Milesian aristocratic warrior leadership, and Ireland was soon left to fend for itself. as they were to kill nearly all of those provisional Kings, nobles and gentry from the Gaelic Milesian Septs who were present at the feast. They then set up Cairbre Cean Cait - Ears of a Cat as the Fir Bolg 101st King of Ireland.

 

36 AD *79.Feradach Fionn / Fearadhach / Feachtnach / Fiacad Fionn Fatchnach - Truthful and Sincere, the son of *78.Criffan Niadh Nar, was the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh 102nd King of Ireland and he ruled for 22 years and was to die a natural death this year at Tara and during his reign Moran / Maon the son of Maion / Maoin Becha, was a celebrated Brehon Chief Justice of Ireland, who was the first to wear the magical collar (Maon's Ring / Iodhain Morain, which according to tradition was supposed to nearly choke him or anyone else, including any of the witnesses, who wore it, if he or they passed the wrong judgment, but would return to normal size if he or they reversed that decision.

 

39 AD *80.Fiacha Fionn Ola /  / Fiachaidh Fionnolaidh / Flacad Fionoud - of the White Cows, the son of *79.Feradach Fionn, was to be the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh 104th King of Ireland who was married to Eithne the daughter of the Celtic King of Alba / Scottish Highlands and he was to rule for 17 years. 

 

56 AD *80.Fiacha Fionn Ola was slain by *Eilomh mac Conrach who then became the Gaelic Milesian Irian 105th King of Tara / Ireland, who was a descendant of 37.Ir the ancestor of all of the Irian Septs. *80.Fiacha Fionn Ola's Queen, Eithne who was heavily pregnant fled to Alba / Scottish Highlands to her father where she gave birth to a son. *81.Toole / Tuathal Teachtmhar - the Legitimate who was to remain there until he was 20 years of age as at that later time, Agricola the Roman General, was besieging the  Caledonians in Alba and it is believed that he sought assistance from him to regain his right as the overall Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh King of Ireland. While *81.Toole Teachtmhar had been in exile the Gaelic aristocratic warriors in Ireland had beseeched him to return to Ireland and bring order back to the Country.

 

76 AD *Eilomh mac Conrach, who was the Gaelic Milesian Irian 105th King of Tara / Ireland, the son of Conra, was slain in the Battle of Achill by *81.Toole / Tuathal Teachtmhar, the son of *80.Fiachra Fionn Ola the previous Gaelic Milesian 104th King of Ireland, who had returned to Ireland also with aid from his grandfather the Celtic King of Alba / Scottish Highlands and the aristocratic warrior Gaels in Ireland, and was successfully involved in numerous battles all over Ireland including 25 in the Ulster Province, 35 in the Munster Province, 25 in the Connacht Province / Sreng's Fifth and 25 in the Leinster Province, until he eventually restored order throughout the whole of the Country.

      *81.Toole Teachtmhar - the Legitimate became the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh 106th King of Tara / Ireland, who was married to Baine the daughter of Sgaile Balbh the Celtic King of Albion / Briton, after being involved in 110 battles all over Ireland until he restored the original Celtic Gaelic Milesian Heremonian aristocratic warriors to their previous individual Provincial kingdoms and he also annexed various portions of these 4 ancient kingdoms creating the new kingdom of the Midlands / Midhe / Meath, which is now part of Northern Leinster for "He who controlled Tara controlled Ireland."He had his own personal fortress at Uisnech in Meath in the south - west in what is now Co. Westmeath in the very center of Ireland involving the territory of Hachtgha from Munster, Tailten from Ulster, Tarach from Leinster and Uisnech from Sreng's Fifth / Connacht and also erected a palace at Tailten around Queen Tailte's Grave and resumed the Fair of Lughnasa / Lewy's Day with the Irish boys and girls to be married there on that day.

        Aonghus Ainchille, who was then the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Laoghaire Ui Lughaidh King of Leinster, was married to *81.Toole Teachtmhar's daughter, 82.Darine, and he informed *81.Toole Teachtmar that she had recently died, although she had not, and that he now wanted to marry his other daughter, 82.Eithne to further reinforce their close ties, and believing him he agreed to his proposal, but later on he learnt of his treachery, and that both of the sisters had since expired in their shame of what he had done, and *81.Toole Teachtmhar then went into the Leinster Province to destroy it because of this, and also imposed a tremendous fine / eric of 1,000 heeves (bulls), 1,000 sheep, 1,000 hogs, 6,000 mantle, 3,000 ounces of Silver, 6,000 / 12,000 cauldrons of frals / brass, of 10 enfs to be paid every second year for ever to the ruling Kings of Tara / Erinn by the Heremonian Ui Laoghaire Ui Lughaidh Leinster Septs, for his deceit. (This fine was to be then paid to the Kings of Tara / Ireland for nearly 600 years.) Later under *81.Toole Teachtmhar's descendant, *85.Cormac mac Airt,  who would then be the Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Dal Cuinn 115th King of Ireland, due to the terrible mayhem caused during his time also by 94.Dowling / Dunlaing, who was then a Heremonian Ui Laoghaire Ui Lughaidh Cu Corb Prince / Tanaiste, (who is the direct male line ancestor of the Cu Corb Ui Dunlainge Septs in Leinster), it was to be increased further. Naturally the collection of the tribute / borumha was mostly carried out under great duress and always produced much hostility between the Septs in Southern Leinster and their Tara overlords, and therefore created many conflicts. it was to be collected each year by the next 40 Kings of Tara / Ireland until it would finally be remitted by *96.Finsnechta  Fleadhach the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Dal Cuinn "southern" Ui Niaill 153rd King of Ireland, who was by then the 26th Christian King from 674 AD - 693 AD, at the behest of St. Moling,

 

106 AD. *81.Toole Teachtmhar the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh 106th King of Ireland after ruling for 30 years was killed this year by his successor, *77.Mal the Gaelic Milesian Irian King of Ulster in Magh Line at Moinan Chatha in the territory of the Irian Dal nAraidi Sept in the south - east of the Ulster Province, from where the Rivers, Ollara and Ollarba begin their flow and *77.Mal then became the Gaelic Milesian Irian 107th King of Ireland who was a son of 76.Rory / Rudhraidhe / Rochroidhe who was descended from *62.Rory Mor - the Greater who had been the Gaelic Milesian 86th King of Erinn and the ancestor of the Clann na Rory descended originally from 37.Ir. the ancestor of all of the Irian Septs.

 

110 AD. 77.Mal the Gaelic Milesian Irian 107th King of Ireland was killed by *82.Felim / Feidhlimidh Reachtmar - the Lawgiver who then became the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh 108th King of Ireland, who was the son of *81.Toole Teachtmhar the previous Gaelic Milesian 106th King of Ireland and Baine, and he was married to Una / Ughna Ollerothach the daughter of the King of Denmark / Lochlann. *82.Felimís mother Baine, had been the daughter of Scal the King of Sacsa, and she was also to be the mother of 82.Coole / Cumhall, who was to be the father of 83.Finn mac Coole / Fionn mac Cumhaill the outstanding leader of the Fianna Warriors in the Leinster Province and when she died she was to be interred in what was to become the Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim Dal Cuinn 3 Colla kingdom of Orghialla / Airghialla / Oriel in Southern Ulster and Co. Louth in the north - east of Northern Leinster. *82.Felim Reachtmar was to be known for making good laws, creating peace, ruled quietly, a time of plenty and gave security to the kingdom during his 9 year reign.

 

119 AD. *82.Felim / Feidhlimidh Reachtmhar - the Lawgiver who was the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh 108th King of Ireland, was to die of thirst this year and among his noted individual descendants was to be St. Bridget who would be born at Faughart / Fochard near Dundalk in Northern Leinster in 453 AD where her parents would be staying at that time, although they were originally situated at Kildare in Southern Leinster where in 483 AD she would establish the Kildare Monastery / The Church of the Oak. She was to be descended from one of his sons, 83.Eochy / Eochaidh Find Fuath nAirtt who would also become the direct male line ancestor of all of the Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim Fotharta Septs in Southern Leinster. Another religious standout would be St. Ite / Ide also known as St. Bridget of Munster who would be born in 480 AD who was to be a descendant of another of his sons, 83.Fiacha Suighdhe, and she would be the first to found a Convent in Munster at Cloonvail / Killedy in Co. Limerick, and 83.Fiacha Suighdhe was also to become the direct male line ancestor of the Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim Deisi Septs there in Co. Waterford. *82.Felim Reachtmhar - the Lawgiver was to be the original direct male line ancestor of the Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim Septs through 3 of his sons, who were all brothers, *83.Conn - of the Hundred Battles the future Gaelic Milesian 110th King of Tara / Ireland who would be the direct male line ancestor of all of the Heremonian Ui Felim Dal Cuinn Septs (People of *83.Conn), 83.Fiacha Suighdhe of the the Ui Felim Deisi Septs,  and 83.Eochy / Eochaidh Find Fuath nAirtt the Ui Felim Fotharta Septs.

        *90.Cahir Mor - The Greater was now to become the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Laoghaire Ui Lughaidh Cu Corb 109th King of Ireland, who was one of the 2 sons of 89.Felim / Feidlimid Fer Aurglas, a son of 88.Corbmac Gelta Gaeth, a son of 87.Nia Corb, one of the 4 sons of 86.Cu Corb descended from *60.Leary / Laoghaire Lorc who had been the Gaelic Milesian 68th King of Tara / Erinn who is the ancestor of the Heremonian Ui Laoghaire Septs, who had been the older brother of *60.Coffey / Cobhthach Caol Breagh the Gaelic Milesian 69th King of Tara / Erinn the ancestor of the Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Septs..

 

122 AD. *90.Cahir / Cathair Mor - the Greater the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Laoghaire Ui Lughaidh Cu Corb 109th King of Ireland was eventually killed after being involved in 60 battles against *83.Conn Ceth Cathach / Cead Chadhrach - of the Hundred Battles one of the 3 sons of *82.Felim / Feidhlimidh Reachtmar the previous Gaelic Milesian 108th King of Ireland and the Luigni Sept of Tara in a battle at Magh hAgha.

 

123 AD. *83.Conn - of the Hundred Battles became the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim 110th King of Tara / Ireland and intended to extend his overall authority in Ireland and became involved in a further 100 battles against the Gaelic Milesian Irian Septs in the north in the Ulster Province, and 100 battles against the Heberian Septs in Southern Ireland (Southern Leinster and the Munster Province). who were under the leadership of 83.Mogha / Mugh Nuadhat / Nua Dhad. *83.Conn - of the Hundred Battles had 3 daughters, 84.Sadhbh who was originally married to Marcellin mac Niadh the Gaelic Ithian Prince in Co. Cork in Southern Munster, 84.Maoin, and 84.Sarad who was married to 88.Conaire mac Mogh Lama the Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Prince / Tanaiste / heir apparent from Southern Munster also, who would reign after *83.Conn as *88.Conaire 11 the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh 111th King of Tara / Ireland. *83.Conn - of the Hundred Battles would become the direct male line ancestor of all of the Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim Dal Cuinn (People of *83.Conn) Septs, as he was very ambitious to spread his particular Heremonian male line influence further over all of the Country. Despite his previous superior position and the many battles he would eventually be forced to share Ireland with 83.Mogha Nuadhat the Gaelic Milesian Heberian King of Mogha's Half / Leath Mogha (Southern Leinster and Munster Province) this year, divided along the Esker Riada, which is a ridge of hills extending from Co. Dublin in the north - east of Southern Leinster across to Co. Galway in the south - west of the Connacht Province. (83.Mogha Nuadhat was descended from *37.Eber Fionn - of Fair Complexion the ancestor of all  of the Heberian Septs).

       *83.Conn - of the Hundred Battles was to eventually kill 83.Mogha the Heberian King of Mogha's Half in battle, which would then give him complete control over the whole of Ireland, including Southern Leinster in Mogha's Half, and he would then join it to the Midlands / Midhe / Meath (Northern Leinster), creating the whole of what is now the Leinster Province. Once again this was to create continuing turmoil also into the future with the Heberian Septs, descended from 83.Mogha Nuadhat and *37.Eber Fionn / Eber's Half, who always sought to reclaim the over - lordship of their original territory also in Southern Leinster in Mogha's Half. *83.Conn - of the Hundred Battles was to marry his widowed daughter, 84.Sadb to 83.Mogha Nuadhat's son, 84.Ailill Oluimm who then became the Gaelic Milesian Heberian 1st King of Munster, consisting then of territory in Co. Cork, Co. Kerry, Co. Limerick, Co. Tipperary and Co. Waterford. (Co. Clare was still at this time the southern part of Southern Connacht / Sreng's Fifth.) 84.Ailill Oluimm and 84.Sadb were to become the direct ancestors of all of the aristocratic warrior Heberian Kings and Septs / Family branches there in the Munster Province, in the future, including the Cianachta Septs, the Cerdraige Septs, the Eoghanachta Septs and the Dal gCais / Dalcassian Septs, descending from 4 of their sons. 85.Eoghan Mor (Eoghanachta), 85.Cormac Cass (Dal gCais), 85.Cian (Cianachta) and 85.(Cerdraige) The main Heberian Families there were to to be represented in more modern times by the O Briens, the Mac Namaras, the Mac Carthys, the O Callahans / O Callaghans, the O Donovans, the O Keeffes, the O Mahonys and the O Sullivans etc.

        *83.Conn - of the Hundred Battles genetic influence was to become very dominant in the future throughout Ireland, as he was not only to be the direct male line ancestor of the Heremonian Dal Cuinn (People of *83.Conn), but also the maternal side of the Heberian Septs (Eoghanacht / Dal gCais), and the Gaelic Ithian Corco Laoidhe Septs in Southern Munster from 84.Sadb, and the Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Earna Ui Conaire 3 Cairbre Septs in the Munster Province, and the Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Earna Ui Conaire Dal Riada Septs in the north - east of the Ulster Province and the Scottish Highlands through another of his daughters, 84.Sarad married to *88.Conaire 11 the future Gaelic Milesian Ui Cobhthaigh 111th King of Ireland,  On the male line this would take in all of the Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim Dal Cuinn Families, the Dal Cuinn Colla Da Crioch Ui Maine Septs, and the Dal Cuinn 3 Connachta Septs in the Connacht Province (The Land of *83.Conn) named for him), the Dal Cuinn "southern" Ui Niaill Septs in the Midlands / Midhe / Meath (Northern Leinster), and the Dal Cuinn 3 Colla Septs and the "northern" Ui Niaill Septs in the north also in the Ulster Province.  

      *83.Conn - of the Hundred Battles also had 2 brothers, 83.Eochaidh Fionn Fothart who became the ancestor of the Heremonian Fotharta Septs, and 83.Fiacha Suidhe who became the ancestor of the Heremonian Deisi Septs, who were to kill 2 of *83.Conn's sons, 84.Conla Ruadh - of Red Complexion and 84.Crionna, in anticipation of gaining the overall Heremonian Kingship for their own particular Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim male line. Another son of *83.Conn, *84.Art - the Lonely would become the Gaelic Milesian 112th King of Ireland, and because of this exile the Deici Teamhrach Sept out of their main seat at Desee in Meath / Midhe in Northern Leinster, into Southern Leinster, and after searching and meandering about for a new territory they would eventually settle in Co. Waterford in the Munster Province. There 84.Ailill Olum the Heberian 1st King of Munster would give them territory to settle in, known then as Na Deis Eacha / Desies, and also further territory at Clonmel, the Upper Third and the Middle Third in Co. Tipperary also in Munster, which they were then to hold onto until the coming Anglo - Norman English Invasion in the 12th Century AD. 83.Eochaidh Fionn Fothart would become the direct male line ancestor of the O Nowlan / O Nolans of Fowerty / Fotharta in Co. Laois, and 83.Fiacha Suidhe is the direct male line ancestor of the O Dolans / O Bricks of Dunbrick and O Faelans of Dun Faelan near Cashel in Co. Tipperary.

 

157 AD. *83.Conn - of the Hundred Battles the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim 110th King of Ireland was slain after reigning for 35 years at Tara at the behest of 78.Tibraite / Tiobraidhe Tireach, the Gaelic Milesian Irian King of Ulster, who was a son of *77.Mal the previous Gaelic Milesian Irian 107th King of Ireland, the son of 76.Rory / Rochruidhe, at Tuath Amrois, who was able to accomplish this drastic deed with 50 of his Ulster Province aristocratic warriors dressed as women.

       *83.Conn - of the Hundred Battles the Gaelic Milesian 110th King of Ireland was to become the direct male line ancestor of all of the Heremonian Dal Cuinn Septs (The People of *83.Conn) who would eventually evolve into a further 4 individual Dal Cuinn Septs to be known as, (The Dal Cuinn 3 Colla Septs descended directly from the 3 Colla brothers (88.Colla da Crioch, *88.Colla Uais and 88.Colla Mend) who were to be the 3 sons of his descendant, 87.Eochy Doimhlen / Dubhlen who was to be a son of *86.Cairbre Liffeachair the future Gaelic Milesian Dal Cuinn 117th King of Ireland, and they were to have their kingdom of Orghialla / Airghialla / Oriel  in Southern Ulster and Co. Louth in the north - east of Northern Leinster). (The Dal Cuinn Colla Da Crioch Ui Maine Septs who were to have their kingdom in the north - east and south - east of the Connacht Province). (The Dal Cuinn 3 Connachta Septs who were to also be descended from 3 brothers in 90.Brion ancestor of a further 4 Ui Briuin Septs the Ai / Breifne / Seola Septs and Sinna Septs, 90.Fiachra the ancestor of the "northern" and "southern" Ui Fiachrach Septs, and 90.Ailill the ancestor of the Ui Ailello Septs in their kingdoms in "northern" and "southern" Connacht), (The Dal Cuinn "southern" and "northern" Ui Niaill Septs who were to be descended from *90.Niall - of the Nine Hostages their half- brother, who would become the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim Dal Cuinn 126th King of Tara / Ireland in the late 4th Century AD, whose kingdoms were to be in Brega / Meath and the Ulster Province. (All of these  3 brothers and their half - brother, *90.Niall were to be sons of *89.Eochy  Mugmedon / Eochaidh Muigh Mheadhoin - the Lord of Slaves who would be the Gaelic Milesian Dal Cuinn 124th King of Ireland.) *83.Conn - of the Hundred Battles had also prophesied the coming of Christianity into Ireland.

      The Heremonian Dal Cuinn 3 Colla Septs had their kingdom of Orghialla based on Co. Monaghan, Co. Down, Co. Armagh across to the west to Co. Fermanagh in Southern Ulster and Co. Louth in the north - east of Northern Leinster and their main Families were to be the O Kearneys, O Keenans, O Husseys, Mac Mahons, Mac Guires / Maguires, Mac Manus, Mageowns, O Finnegans, Mac Entees, O Dullaghans, O Duffy, O Gaughans, O Heaney, Mac Kennans, O Markey, O Mackens, O Monaghan, etc.

       The main Families among the Heremonian Dal Cuinn Colla Da Crioch Ui Maine Septs in the east of the Connacht Province were to be the O Kellys, the Mac Egans, the O Maddens, the O Mallifes, the O Morans, the O Muldoons and the O Mullallys etc.

     The Heremonian Dal Cuinn 3 Connachta Septs who were also in Connacht (The Land of *83.Conn) were to be represented mainly later on by the Ui Briuin Ai O Connor Kings of Connacht and Ireland with the main members of their Family Septs being the O Connors, the Mac Dermots, the O Flahertys, the O Malleys, the O Mulcronrys, the Mac Donaghs, the O Rourkes and the O Reillys.

     The Dal Cuinn Ui Fiachrach Septs were to include the O Dowds, the O Feeneys, the Gilfillans, the O Hevicans, the O Havigans, the O Hevaghans, the O Hernons, the O Heynes, the O Keevans, the O Kevanes, the O Mulroys, the O Mulrys, the O Milroys etc.  

     The Dal Cuinn "northern" Ui Niaill Septs in the north and the west of the Ulster Province were to be mainly represented by the O Donnells, the O Hagans, the O Kanes, the Mac Loughlins, and the O Nialls / O Neills, while the Dal Cuinn "southern" Ui Niaill Septs were to have their territory mainly in Meath / Co. Meath and Co. Westmeath in Northern Leinster, who were to be represented later on by the O Melaghlins / Mac Loughlins and the O Connellans / O Quinlans.

                     

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