*91.Dathi the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Dal Cuinn 127th King of Tara / Ireland - *92.Ailill Molt the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Dal Cuinn 129th King of Tara / Ireland
*91.Dathi / *Nathi / Feradach the Milesian Gaelic Heremonian Dal Cuinn Ui Fiachrach 127th King of Tara / Ireland then left Fream Hainn and went to Ros - na - Righ where his mother lived in the north- east of Tara on the River Boyne and he stayed over for a while with her and then returned to Tara, as he had previously arranged for all of his aristocratic warrior Chiefs to meet with him at the Feast of Beltaine on May Day at Tailten / Telltown north of Tara that had been instigated 1,000 years before by Lew / Lugh who was then the Scythian Tuatha de Danann King, in honour of Taillte the daughter of the Celtic King of Spain. She had been the previous wife of Eochy mac Eirc the last overall Fir Bolg King of Ireland who had been killed at Moytura in Co. Galway in Southern Connacht in their great battle between the Scythian Nemedian Tuatha De Danann Sept and Lew / Lugh had been fostered at her court, and when she died Lew had her buried at this place were he raised an immense mound and began annual games in her honour on the first day of August that were to last until the 9th Century AD.
429 AD *91.Dathi and his aristocratic warrior Chiefs decided to carry out an expedition to go overseas, and leaving Tara they marched on towards Dundalk / Dundeaglan in Co. Louth in the north - east of Northern Leinster were their ships were waiting, and eventually they left for Carlingford / Cuan Snamha Aigrech, which was also in Co. Louth, and they were then ready to set off for Alba / Scottish Highlands to Port Patrick asa before this he had marched to Newry / Iubhar Chinnatracha in Co. Down in the south - east of the Ulster Province and onto Donaghdee / Oirear Caoin passing by Moville / Magh Bile). *91.Dathi sent his personal Druid ahead over to Alba to the palace of Feradach "Fionn" the King of Alba who had his territory there at Tuirrin Brighe na Righ to seek his submission and tribute, but he was to refuse his request and they soon came into conflict with the defenders in Alba who they were able to defeat, despite this their King still continued on with his resistance until *91Dathi's cousin, 88.Conall "Gulban" (Cenel Conaill) was to slay him in battle. *91.Dathi then put the surviving son of the King of Alba on his fatherís throne and continued on to Albion / Briton and also to France in Gaul where he also received submissions and hostages. From there he went on to the foot of the Alps, were after a reign of 23 years in his own right in Ireland, he was also to be killed by a bolt of lightning at Sliab Ealpa, while besieging Formmenus the King of Thrace. *91.Awley / Amhalgaidh, his brother, who was the Heremonian Dal Cuinn Ui Fiachrach 1st King of Connacht decided to return his body to Erinn / Ireland to be interred, but along the way they were to become involved in a great many further conflicts and also had to fight 9 battles on the Sea, and another 10 on the land. During these conflicts he was able to manage to raise *91.Dathi's body up for his men to see and be inspired, and this encouraged them to be victorious on each occasion.
91.Awley / Amhalgaidh who was the first Christian Ui Fiachrach King of Connacht and one of the 3 sons of 90.Fiachra ( Ui Fiachrach) the original second Heremonian Dal Cuinn King of Connacht, after whom the territory of Tir Auley / Tir Amhalgaidh is named, due to the wounds he had also suffered in the last battle was to die also near Tara in the territory of the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Ui Cobhthaigh Ui Felim Deisi Temro Sept who had their territiry at this time in Northern Leinster and it was then up to 4 of their followers to continue to carry *91.Dathi's body back to their own Ui Fiachrach territory where he was interred at Rath Cruachan in the Connacht Province along with the other previously deceased Gaelic Milesian Kings interred there. The site was to be marked by a red pillar stone / coirthe dearg that was able to survive at least up until 1650 AD after the many devastations of the previous English oppressions and destruction of "All things Irish."
*91.Dathi had been married to 3 wives, and all up he had 24 sons, and among these wives was the previously mentioned Ruadh who had been the daughter of Airti "Uichlleathan" and she was to be the mother of *92.Ailill "Molt" who became the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Dal Cuinn Ui Fiachrach 2nd King of Connacht this year and his territory of Tir Oilliola (The Land of 92.Ailill) is now known as the Barony of Tireil bordering on Tir Fiachrach at Ballysadare on the Owen More River near Sligo Bay in the Connacht Province. Their other son 92.Fiachnae "Ealgach" was to become the direct aristocratic warrior male line ancestor of the "northern" Ui Fiachrach Muaide Sept who would also eventually become Ui Fiachrach Kings of Connacht also.
459 AD *92.Ailill "Molt" abdicated as the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Dal Cuinn Ui Fiachrach 2nd King of Connacht after ruling for 40 years, and was to become the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Dal Cuinn Ui Fiachrach 129th King of Tara - Ireland. succeeding his kinsmen, *91.Leary / Laoghaire who had been the Gaelic Milesian Dal Cuinn "southern" Ui Niaill 128th King of Tara / Ireland, the son of *90.Niall - of the Nine Hostages the previous Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Dal Cuinn "southern" Ui Niaill 126th King of Tara / Ireland the direct aristocratic warrior male line ancestor of the Dal Cuinn "southern" and "northern" Ui Niaill Septs. One of *92.Ailill's "Molt's" sons, 93.Kelly / Cellach was to become the father of 94.Eoghan "Bel" who would be the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Dal Cuinn Ui Fiachrach 4th King of Connacht who would be the father of 95.Ailill / Oilill "Inbanda" the Gaelic Milesian Heremonian Dal Cuinn Ui Fiachrach 5th King of Connacht. *94.Eoghan "Bel's" other 2 sons were 95.Kelly / Cellach and 95.Cuchongolt, and of these *95.Kelly / Cellach was to be slain by his 4 foster - brothers who 95.Cuchongolt was to then also kill by hanging them near the spot were they had killed his brother, known now as Ard na Righ / Ardnaree (The Hill of the King)
*91.Dathi and Ruadh's other previously mentioned son, *92.Fiachnae Ealgach was to become the direct aristocratic warrior male line ancestor of the Heremonian Dal Cuinn "northern" Ui Fiachrach Muaide / Moy Sept and had a son 93.Muldoon / Maol Duin, whose son was 94.Moran / Muirenn "Mor" - the Greater who moved his Heremonian Dal Cuinn Ui Fiachrach Sept to the east in Connacht where they settled in Glean Maoil Duin (The Valley of Muldoon) on the River Oweneninny to the north of Bellacorick ten miles east of Crossmolina on the River Deel to the north of Loch Conn in Co. Mayo in the mid - west of the Connacht Province. From there they begant expanding their territory further eastwards, to and across the River Moy, settling at Ardnaree (The Hill of the King) on the eastern side, opposite to Ballina on the western side, and expanded their territory also south along the River Moy to Toomore / Tuaim da Bhodar near Foxford, the ancient entrance to Tir Awley. In the 12th Century AD they were to be known as the O Morans / Ui Morainn there at Ardnaree and were Heremonian Dal Cuinn Ui Fiachrach Chiefs to the O Dowds the Chiefs of the Heremonian Dal Cuinn Ui Fiachrach Muaide / Moy Sept, controlling the fords at both Ardnaree and Foxford, and they were then spread out from Clew Bay to Ardnaree, and in Burrishoole there are still to be seen the ruins of their fort, known as the Fort of the O Morans / Raith Ui Mhorain.
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