The Ancestors of Annselan O’ Cahan

also spelled Anselan O’Kyan sometimes called Anselan Buey O’Kyan (“Buey” means “the Fair”)

Son of King Dermond O' Cahan, who reigned in Ulster province, and descendant of the ancient kings of Ireland

This book has four sections: Books 1, 2, 3, and 4, going progressively back in time.

Bill Buchanan
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Background
In recent years, DNA analysis has opened up new opportunities in family history research. DNA studies use repetitions in the DNA that occurs between genes, as markers. Y-DNA studies are based on the fact that any mutation in the Y chromosome is passed to all male offspring. Unlike the X chromosome, where one is inherited from both parents, male children inherit only one Y chromosome so it passes unchanged down the male line of descent, except when mutations occur. So the closer the markers match, the closer two men are related. Since females receive two X chromosomes, they cannot have this test done on themselves, so they usually ask their father or a brother to be a subject in a Y-DNA study. Mitochondrial DNA studies can be done on males or females, but in both cases it traces the female line of descent. Since mitochondrial DNA changes very very slowly, typically these studies trace back to female ancestors who lived 20,000 - 40,000 years ago, before the latest ice age (when no one lived in the British Isles). This is often referred to as “deep ancestry”. Y-DNA studies show changes within recent generations, so it is more frequently used by genealogists. The report on a Y-DNA study of our cousin Clifford Buchanan III, said that he was of a typical chiefly line of clan Buchanan. All Buchanan chiefs traced their ancestry from the founder of the clan, Anselan O’Kyan (Annselan O’ Cahan) an Irish prince who came to Scotland with some retainers and helped King Malcolm II of Scotland to repel Danish invaders. A few months ago I received a gedcom file of Anselan’s ancestry from Mary Slawson of the Human Family Project, in response to an email message. It seemed like a perfect chance to look at an interesting ancestral line. As further information becomes available from various Irish historical and genealogical projects, we may learn even more. The kings of Ireland, our ancestors, like the rulers of other lands, had genealogies prepared that traced their lineage back to Adam and Eve or the gods of classical mythology. The first book is considered as serious genealogy, but the further you go back the less reliable it becomes. I am the beneficiary of a colossal research project that seeks to compile an Irish genealogy from all existing historical records. I hope you enjoy these four books. They can be copied and shared for free. Bill Buchanan 6 December 2008 RR 3 Site 304 Box 11, Onoway, AB T0E 1V0, Canada bill.buchanan@excite.com More on Mary Slawson: http://deseretbook.com/authors/author-info/4030 Mary H. Slawson is a research specialist for Ireland and the Netherlands and also chairs the Human Family Project, a fully referenced compilation of family histories of Dutch and Irish immigrants to America between 1600 and 1850. She lives in Redmond, Washington, with her husband and two children. Getting It Right: A Definitive Guide to Recording Family History Accurately by Mary H. Slawson sku 4462873 [The Human Family Project is also constructing an Irish genealogy from King Milesius to 1600 AD, and this project is the source of the gedcom file I received from Mary Slawson. – Bill Buchanan]

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We may have some rather interesting roots in our family tree. Many of these names may seem strange and hard to follow, especially as they have been changed over time and by translation into other languages. You may want to check out the story of how one of our ancestors was converted by Saint Patrick, on page 6 of Book 1. Some of the claims made in this genealogy seem unlikely, but not more so than other ancient genealogies. The Human Family Project seems to be a high-quality research project that has involved a large number of researchers for several years. It strives to study all old Irish documents and compile a well-researched genealogy based on them.

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The Ancestors of Annselan O’ Cahan
also spelled Anselan O’Kyan sometimes called Anselan Buey O’Kyan (“Buey” means “the Fair”)

Son of King Dermond O' Cahan, who reigned in Ulster province, and descendant of the ancient kings of Ireland

Book 1 Annselan to Fionn

Bill Buchanan
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bill.buchanan@excite.com http://billbuchanan.co.cc

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Ancestors of Annselan O' Cahan
First Generation
1. Annselan O' Cahan 1,2 was born in Derry, County Derry, Ulster Province, Ireland. He was christened in 1016 in Argyle, Scotland.

Second Generation
2. Dermond O' Cahan 3,4 was born in 990 in Derry, County Derry, Ulster Province, Ireland.

Third Generation
4. Cathusach O' Cahan 5,6 was born about 950 in Derry, County Derry, Ulster Province, Ireland.

Fourth Generation
8. Cathan Mac Dungan 7,8 was born about 910 in Derry, County Derry, Ulster Province, Ireland.

Fifth Generation
16. Dungan Mac Gruagan 9,10 was born about 870 in Derry, County Derry, Ulster Province, Ireland.

Sixth Generation
32. Gruagan Macconnor 11 was born about 830 in Derry, County Derry, Ulster Province, Ireland.
"Gruagan in Gaelic means the Hairy man. He was the ancestor of O'Gruagain; anglicised as Grogan and Gregan."

Seventh Generation

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64. Connor or Conchobhar Macfargal 12,13,14 was born before 718 in Derry, County Derry, Ulster Province, Ireland. He died in Moy Ith, Donegal, Ireland.
Analecta Hibernica 18, O Cleary

Eighth Generation
128. Fargal MacMaoldoon or Fearghal Uí Néill Or Ó Néill 15,16,17 died18 in 718. He was buried in Durrow, Ballycowan, Kings, Leinster Province, Ireland. He married Aithiochta.
Analecta Hibernica 18, O Cleary Acceded: 710. Interred: Durrow. Full Name: Fergal Macmáele Dúin O'néill.

129. Aithiochta 19,20 .

Ninth Generation
256. Máel Dúin Macmáel Fithrich or Maolduin Uí Néill Or Ó Néill 21,22 was born before 630 in Derry, County Derry, Ulster Province, Ireland. He died23 in 681. He married Cacht ingen Maolchabha in 651.
Analecta Hibernica 18, O Cleary King Of Northern Ui Néill.

257. Cacht ingen Maolchabha 24,25 was born about 634. 258. Cein O'connor 26,27 was born about 650 in Ireland.

Tenth Generation
512. Máel Fithrich Macaedo Uaridnaig or Maoilfithrigh Uí Néill Or Ó Néill 28,29 was born in Derry, County Derry, Ulster Province, Ireland. He died30 in 630 in Derry, County Derry, Ulster Province, Ireland.
Analecta Hibernica 18, O Cleary King Of Northern Ui Néill.

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514. Maolchabha na Cineall 31,32 was born about 600.

Eleventh Generation
1024. Prince Of Ulster Aodh Or Hugh Or Aedh Uaridnach Or Aodh Uar-Iodhnach Uí Néill Or Ó Néill 33,34,35 was born in Derry, County Derry, Ulster Province, Ireland. He died36 in 607 in Battle of Da Fearta, Ireland.
Analecta Hibernica 18, O Cleary Acceded: 658 Full Name: Aed Uaridnach Macdomnaill O'néill.

Twelfth Generation
2048. Domhnall Or Domhnall Ilchealgach Or Donal Macmuirchertaig Ó Néill 37,38,39,40 was born in 538 in Derry, County Derry, Ulster Province, Ireland. He died41 in 561 in Derry, County Derry, Ulster Province, Ireland. The cause of death was Plague.
Annals of Ulster, year 543: The battle of Slicech, in which Eogan Bel, king of Connacht, fell. Forgus and Domnall, two sons of Mac Erca, were victors, and Ainmire son of Setna and Ninnid son of Setna. Annals of Ulster, year 550: The battle of Cúil Conaire in Cere, in which Ailill Inbanda, i.e. king of Connacht and Aed Fortobol, i.e. his brother, fell. Forgus and Domnall, i.e. two sons of Muirchertach Mac Erca, were victors. Acceded: 658

Thirteenth Generation
4096. Muirchertach Mór Macearca Uí Néill Or Ó Néill 42,43,44,45 was born before 502 in , , Ireland. He was christened in 512 in , Londonderry, Ulster Province, Ireland. He died in 534 in Hilltop of Cleitech, above Boinn, Ireland. He married Duinseach in 537 in , Londonderry, Ulster Province, Ireland.
Annals of Ulster, year 482: The battle of Ochae i.e. won by Lugaid son of Laegaire and by Muirchertach Mac Erca, in which Ailill Molt fell. Year 483 reads: Or, this year the battle of Ocha according to others, won by Muirchertach Mac Erca and by Fergus Cerball son of Conall of Cremthann, and by Fiachra Lon son of the king of Dal nAraide. Annals of Ulster year 485: The first battle of Granairet. Coirpre, son of Miall Maigiallach, was victor, and Finnchad, or Mac Erca was victor, as others state. year 486: Or, this year, the first battle of Graineret in which Muirchertach Mc Erca was victor. Annals of Ulster year 490 in which fell Aengus son of Nad-fraich, king of Mumu, as Cuanu has written. Year 491:Or here, the battle of Cell Losnaidh according to others. Mac Erca was victor, and the king of Caisel defeated.

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Annals of Ulster, year 498: won over the Laigin. Muirchertach Mac Erca was victor. This year a great earthquake shook the province of Pontus. Annals of Ulster year 499: The battle of Slemain of Mide won, by Cairpre son of Niall over the Laigin. A battle in which Mac Era was victor. Annals of Ulster year 502: The battle of Segais in which fell Daue or Duach Tenga Umae i.e. King of Connacht. Muirchertach Mac Erca was victor. Annals of Ulster year 503 won by the Laigin over the Ui Neill. Annals of Ulster Annals of Ulster, year 520: The battle of Detnae in Dromma Breg in which fell Ardgal son of Conall son of Niall. Colgu Moo Cluethi, king of Airthir, and Muirchertach Mac Erca were the victors. Annals of Ulster year 528: Battle of Cenn Eich and the battle of Ath Sige won over the Laigin. Muirchertach Mac Erca was victor. Annals of Ulster, year 533: The battle of Eblenn won by Muirchertach; and the battle of Mag Ailbe won against the Laigin, and the battle of Aidne against Connachta, and the battle of Aluin, and the battle of Cenn Eich against the Laigin, and the revaging of Cliu in one year. The battle of Ath Sige. Muirchertach Mac Erca was victor. Annals of Ulster, year 534: The drowning of Muirchertach Mac Erca i.e. Muirchertach son of Muiredach son of Eogan son of Niall Naigiallach in a vat full of wine on the hilltop of Cleitech above Boinn. Acceded: 658 "The History of Ireland (BOOK I-II) (Author: Geoffrey Keating) We shall set down here a few of the lies of the new foreigners who have written concerning Ireland, following Cambrensis; and shall make a beginning by refuting Cambrensis himself where he says that Ireland owed tribute to King Arthur, and that the time when he imposed the tax on them at Caerleon was, when the year of the Lord was five hundred and nineteen, as Campion sets forth in his chronicle in the second chapter of the second book, where he says that Gillamar was then king of Ireland. Howbeit, notwithstanding that (the author of) Polychronicon, and (Geoffrey of) Monmouth, and others of the new foreigners assert this Gillamar to have been king of Ireland, I defy any of their followers (to show) that there is a lay or a letter from the ancient record of Ireland in which there is mention or account of Gillamar having ever been king of Ireland: unless it be to Muircheartach the Great, son of Earc, they call it, who was king of Ireland, and was a contemporary of King Arthur; and Muircheartach could not have been tributary to King Arthur, because, that he himself was mighty in Ireland and in Scotland, and that it was he who sent his six brothers into Scotland, and that it was one of them became the first king p.15 of the Scotic race in Scotland, namely, Feargus the Great, son of Earc; and moreover, that it was by the Scots and the Picts King Arthur himself was slain. This Feargus, whom I have mentioned, was the first king of Scotland of the Scotic race: for, notwithstanding that Hector Boetius, in his history of Scotland, enumerates thirty-nine kings tohave ruled over Scotland before this Feargus, yet, according to the ancient record, there was not any king of the Scotic race in Scotland before him: and it is not true for him where he says that it is Feargus, son of Fearchar, king of Ireland, who was the first king of Scotland of the Scotic race, for there never was a king of Ireland named Fearchar, and so Feargus, son of Fearchar, was not king of Scotland, as Hector Boetius says: and, granted that Muircheartach the Great wished his brother Feargus (son of Earc) to become king of Scotland, yet, withal, the title which is given to Muircheartach himself in the annals of Ireland, is 'King of Scots', to signify that he had supremacy over the Scots, both in Ireland and in Scotland; and it is not conceivable that he, who was in so much power, should have been tributary to King Arthur. And, moreover, Speed says in his chronicle, that it was not tribute King Arthur had from the king of Ireland, but an alliance of friendship in war, so that whichever of

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them should be attacked by enemies, it was obligatory on the other party to send an auxiliary force to him who should be attacked: and the name Speed calls this co-operation is mutual obligation of war, {Jus belli socialis}’’ such as exists between the king of Spain and the Emperor; for each of these sends aid in time of need to the other, and it is not to be understood from this that the Emperor is tributary to the king of Spain, or the king of Spain to the Emperor. In like manner, if there existed a close alliance of p.17 war between King Arthur and Muircheartach, son of Earc, king of Ireland, so that they were accustomed to aid each other whenever an attack was made on either of them, it must not be thence inferred that either was tributary to the other. The truth of this matter is still more to be understood from what (William of) Newbury says in the twenty-sixth chapter of the second book of his history, where he speaks of Ireland: here is what he says:— Ireland never lay under foreign dominion. {Hibernia nunquam subiacuit externae ditioni.}’’ Cambrensis himself corroborates this matter in his twenty-sixth chapter, where he says:— From the first, Ireland has remained free from the invasion of any foreign nation. {Hibernia ab initio ab omni alienarum gentium incursu libera permansit.}’’ From these words it is evident that neither Arthur, nor any other foreign potentate, ever had supremacy over Ireland from the beginning till the Norman invasion: and, moreover, it is not conceivable that the Britons had any control over Ireland, since even the Romans did not venture to meddle with it, and it is not alone that the Romans, or other foreigners, had no control over Ireland, but it is Ireland that was a refuge to the other territories to protect them from the violence of the Romans and other foreigners. Here we may see how Camden corroborates this in the book called Camden's 'Britannia', where he says:— When the Romans had widely extended their dominion, there came, without doubt, many hither (speaking of Ireland) from Spain, from France, and from Britain, in order to extricate their necks from the most grievous yoke of the Romans. {Cum suum Romani imperium undique propagassent, multi, procul dubio, ex Hispania, Gallia, et Britannia hic se receperunt, ut iniquissimo Romanorum iugo, colla subducerunt.}’’ From this it may be understood that it is not alone that the Romans did not come to Ireland, but even that it is there the people p.19 of other countries were protected from the Romans. Here also is what the same Camden says, refuting the folk who say, according to (their) opinion, that the Romans had power over Ireland:— I should find it difficult to persuade myself that Ireland had ever been under the authority of the Romans. {Ego animum vix inducere possum ut hanc regionem in Romanorum potestatem ullo tempore concessisse credam.}’’

4097. Duinseach 46 was born about 500.

Fourteenth Generation
8192. Muiredach Maceógain Uí Néill Or Ó Néill 47,48 was born about 450. He died49 on 1 Nov 527 in Manor Cleiteach or Cleytagh, near River Boyne, Ireland. He married Earca Of Dalriada in 511 in , County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland.
Annals of Ulster, year 534: The drowning of Muirchertach Mac Erca i.e. Muirchertach son of Muiredach son of Eogan son of Niall Naigiallach in a vat full of wine on the hilltop of Cleitech above Boinn. St. Patrick blessed that kings would descend from him.

8193. Earca Of Dalriada 50,51 was born about 460 in Dalriada, Argyll, Scotland. 8194. Duach Teangabha 52,53 was born about 470.

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Annals of Ulster year 502: The battle of Segais in which fell Daue or Duach Tenga Umae i.e. King of Connacht. Muirchertach Mac Erca was victor.

Fifteenth Generation
16384. Eógan Find or Eoghan or Eugene or Owen Macnéill 54,55,56,57,58 was born about 422 in , County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland. He was christened59 in 442 in Fidhmór, Burt, County Donegal, Ulster Province, Ireland. He died60 in 465 in of Tyron Tir Eogain, County Tyrone, Ulster Province, Ireland. He was buried in Uisce-Chain In InisEoghain, now, Uisge Chaoin, Iskaheen, Muff Parish, County Donegal, Ulster, Ireland. He married Indorba Of Britian.
" Visit of Saint Patrick At the beginning of the second quarter of the fourth century news trickled into the court of Prince Eoghan that a foreign party had arrived in Ireland led by a man speaking Irish. These new arrivals were preaching a strange doctrine. The rulers in all the lands which they passed through were impressed by the fact that there was no threat to their dominion. Indeed the new doctrine asked all listeners to give respect and obediance to those in authority. Only the pagan druids or priests felt ill at ease. Their power was being threatened. The new arrivals were Christian missionaries and their leader was St. Patrick. Eoghan was so impressed by the reports filtering in to him that on hearing of the approach of the saint to Ulster he and his chief advisors journeyed south to Strabane. Here Patrick and Eoghan met. The missionaries were escorted to the royal palace at Aileach where they were treated as honoured guests. Eoghan and his household were converted. Patrick was given permission to evangelise the whole peninsula. The 'marriage' between the church and state was indeed fruitful. The native way of life was blended harmoniously with Christianity. A golden age dawned for Inis Eoghain and its peoples." The Homeland of O'Dochartaigh: An Historical Conspectus of Inis Eoghain, by Brian Bonner, 1975, page 3. Annals of Ulster year 465 indicate Eogan son of Niall died. King Of Northern Ui Néill. Before the arrival of Saint Patrick in Ireland, this son of Niall the Great acquired the territory of Aileach, which many centuries afterwards was called after him -- "Tir-Owen" or Owen's Country. At Aileach he resided, A.D. 442 when he was converted to Christianity by St. Patrick. "The man of God," says the old biographer of the Apostle, " accompanied by Prince Eugene to his court, which he then held in the most ancient and celebrated seat of kings, called Aileach, and which, the holy bishop consecrated by his blessing."

The O'Neills had their chief seat at Dungannon, and were inaugurated as princes of Tyrone, at Tullaghoge, a place between Grange and Donaghenry, in the parish of Desertcreight, in the barony of Dunganon: where a rude seat of large stones, called Leach-na-Ree or the Flag stone of the kings, served then as a coronation chair--Connellan. Annals of Ulster, year 534: The drowning of Muirchertach Mac Erca i.e. Muirchertach son of Muiredach son of Eogan son of Niall Naigiallach in a vat full of wine on the hilltop of Cleitech above Boinn. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------"Iskaheen in Muff Parish takes its name from the pure waters (Uisge Chaoin) of a holy well of an ancient church which existed there. It is reported in the Annals of the Four Masters that Eoghan (Owen), son of

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Niall of the Nine Hostages, was buried there: "Eoghan son of Niall dies of tears --- goodly his nature---for the death of Conaill of hardy feasts. And his grave is at Uisage Chaoin." It is from this Eoghan that Inishowen derives its name. The O'Dochartaights are descended from his brother, Conaill." O'Dochartaigh Reunion 2000 East Inishowen Historical Tour 4 July 2000.

16385. Indorba Of Britian 61,62 was born about 442 in London, Middlesex, England. 16386. Loarn Mac Erc 63,64,65 was born about 430 in Dalriada, Argyll, Scotland.

Sixteenth Generation
32768. Niall Naoi-ghiallach Mór of the Nine Hostages Of Leinster 66,67,68,69,70,71 was christened in 379 in Tara, County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland. He died72,73 in 452 in Ford of Niall, Muir N-Icht, River Leor, now Lianne, Sea, near Boulogne-sur-mer, France. The cause of death was Shot with an arrow by Eocha son of Enna Cinsalach. He was buried in Ochan, Faughan Hill, between Kells and Navan, Meath, Ireland. He married Righnach Or Roigneach in Tara, County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland.
Bloodline of the Holy Grail has him King 379-405. It also has him dying in Scotland. Niall Of The Nine Hostages Noígillach. Head Of Goidelic Dynasty. Considered The Founder Of The High Kingship Of Ireland. Was called Naill of the nine Hostages , from the royal hostages taken from nine several counties by him subdued and made tributary: viz, - Munster, Leinster, Conacht, Ulster, Britian, the Picts, the Dalraids, the Saxons and the Morini - a people of France, towards Calais and Picardy; whence he marched with his victorious army of Irish, Scots, Picts, and Britions, further into France, in order to aid the Celtic natives in expelling the Roman Eagles, and thus conquer that portion of the Roman Empire; ... ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------St. Patrick's Blessing to the King of Aileach I bless the land from Ballagh's Rath, Which frowns the Atlantic o're, To wild Glengad, to fair Culdaff, To shroove's bleak, lonly shore; I bless each mountain, hill and dale; From Lough Foyle's tide, to Malin Head, From Swilly to Moville; Each river, lake and rill, This chosen Isle forever, Lord, Be Thine, and Thine alone And be the gardens of Thy Church This sea-girt Inishowen! I bless a thousand times, O King, Thy royal house and heirs; In council may their wisdom shine, In war be victory theirs; Throughout all time may Niall's line Their sovereignty maintain;

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And rulers be by land and sea While Aileash's halls remain! Forever shall my prayer ascend To God's eternal throne For Blessingson the young and old The race of Cinel-Eoghain; Not wealth br theirs, nor pomp, nor power, Nor fortune's fleeting dream, Which pass, as to the ocean rolls The returning stream, But faith, and hope, and love divine Mark ever as God's own The virgins pure and valorous sons Of rock - bound Inishowen. Translated by W. M. Hennessy

32769. Righnach Or Roigneach 74 was born about 380 in Tara, County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland. 32772. Ercc, King Of Dalriada 75,76 .

Seventeenth Generation
65536. Ardrigh Eochaidh Muigh Maedhoin of the flu Mugmedón Or Moy Veagon Or Muighmheadhoin 77,78,79,80,81,82,83 was born84 about 347 in , , Ireland. He died85 in 385 in Teamhair, or Tara Castle, County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland. He married Carthan Cais Dubh The Black Head Or Carinna Or Caethann Casouff Or Carisna Of Ireland in Teamhair, or Tara Castle, County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland.
King Of Ireland See O' Flaherty's Ogygia, Part III c. 79.

65537. Carthan Cais Dubh The Black Head Or Carinna Or Caethann Casouff Or Carisna Of Ireland 86,87,88,89 was born90 about 356 in , England. She died91 in Teamhair, or Tara Castle, County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland. 65538. Medabh 92 . 65544. Eochy Mun-Reamhar or Eochaid 93,94 was born in king of Dalriada.
Ashley (1998) Title: British Kings and Queens Author: Ashley, Mike Publication: New York: Carroll & Graf Publishers, 1998. Page: p. 194

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Eighteenth Generation
131072. Ardrigh Murdeach Or Muireadach Tireach 95,96,97 was born98 before 326 in Tara, County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland. He died99 in 356 in Portrigh Over Dabhall, Now Benburb, near The River Abhainn-Mhor Between County Tyrone And Armagh, Ulster Province, Irela. He married Muirion Or Buirion in Dun-Sraibhtine, Connacht Province, Ireland. 131073. Muirion Or Buirion 100,101 was born102 about 324 in , , Ireland. She died103 in , , Ireland. 131074. Sachell Balb the stammerer of the Saxons Of Britian 104,105 .
A Guide to Irish Roots, pg II-45 Title: Bloodline Of The Holy Grail, Author: Gardner,Laurence, Publication: Element Books Limited, Rockport,MA,1996 "Irish Royal Descent of Saint Columba"; Supplement to "The House ofTir Conaill".

131088. Aenear Feart Of Dalriada 106,107 .

Nineteenth Generation
262144. Ardrigh Fiachadh Sreabhthuine Or Srabhteine Or Straivetine O' Bairrche 108,109,110 was born111 before 285 in of Dunsrabhteine, Connaught Province, Ireland. He 112 died in 322 in Battle of Gabhra-Aichle, Now Hill of Skreen, near Tara, County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland. The cause of death was Slain in battle. He married Aoife Of The Britons in Dun-Sraibhtine, Connacht Province, Ireland.

(Medical): by Simeon, the son of Ceirb who came from the south of Leinsterto this battle, fought by the Militia of Ireland, who were called the Fiana Erionn (or Fenians), and arising from a quarrel which happened between them; in which the Monarch, taking part with one side against the other, lost his life.

262145. Aoife Of The Britons 113,114 was born in 305 in , England. She died in Tara, County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland. 262146. Fiachadh Of Ulster 115,116 . 262176. Fergus Uallach, King Of Dalriada 117,118 .

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524288. Ardrigh Cairbre Or Carbre Or Coirpre Liffeachaire Or Liffeachair 119,120,121 was born122 in near, River Liffey, County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland. He was christened in 268 in Tara, County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland. He died123 in 284 in Battle of Gabhra-Aichle, Now Hill of Skreen, near Tara, County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland. He married Daughter Of The Prince Of The Hebrides. 524289. Daughter Of The Prince Of The Hebrides 124 . 524290. Gall Gaodhal 125,126 . 524352. Eochy Fortamail, King Of Dalriada 127,128 .

Twenty-first Generation
1048576. Ardrigh Cormac Or Comac Ulfhada Or Longbeard Mac Airt 129,130,131 was christened in 227 in Tara, County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland. He died132,133 in 266 in Cleiteach, near Stackallan Bridge, On South Side of The Boyne, now, Cletty, Ireland. The cause of death was believed to be killed by the druids for having accepted Christianity.. He was buried in Ross-Na-RI, Rosnaree, near Slane, County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland. He married Eithane Or Etaine Ollamhdha in , , Ireland.
Attributed with the erection of the famous Hall of Tara also known as the Hall of Heroes or the Harr of Warriors. and as Tech Midchuarta or Banquet Hall.

The History of Ireland by Martin Haverty 1867 O Harts Irish Pedigrees by John O Hart 1892 Annals of the Four Masters by Michael Oclery 1636 Ogygia by Roger Oflaherty 1665 Keatings History of Ireland by Jeoffry Keating 1809 Irish Kings and High Kings by Francis John Byrne 1973 Stokuis by Stokuis 1893 First to hold assembly at Tara. Ordered the history of Ireland to be recorded in a book later called "The Psalter of Tara." "Before his death he gave directions that, instead of at Brugh, a famous burial place of the Irish preChristian kings, he should be buried in Ross-na-Ri [Rosnaree] near Slane--both in the county of Meath; and that his face should be towards the East--through respect for the Saviour of the World, whom he knew to have been there born and crucified." O Hart vol.1, page 665. "He was the wisest, most learned, and best of any of the Milesian race before him, that ruled the Kingdom. He ordained several good laws; wrote several learned treatises, among which his treatise on " Kingly Government," directed to his son Carbry Liffeshar, is extant and extraordinary. He was very magnificent in his housekeeping and attendants, having always one thousand one hundred and fifty persons in his daily retuine constantly attending at his Great Hall at Tara; which was three hundred feet long, thirty cubits high, and fifty cubits broad, with fourteen doors to it. His daily service of plate, flagons, drinking cups of gold, silver, and precious stone, at his table, ordinarily consisted of one hundred and fifty pieces, besides dishes, etc., which were all pure silver or gold. He ordained that ten choice

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persons should constantly attend him and his successors--Monarchs of Ireland, and never to be absent from him, viz., --1. A nobleman to be his companion; 2. A judge to deliver and explain the laws of the country in the King's presence upon all occasions; 3. An antiquary or historiographer to declare and preserve the genealogies, acts, and occurances of the nobility and gentry from time to time as occasion required; 4. A Druid or Magician to offer sacrifice, and presage good or bad omens, as his learning, skill, or knowledge would allow him; 5. A poet to praise or dispraise everyone according to his good or bad actions; 6. A physician to administer physic to the king and queen, and to the rest of the (royal) family; 7. A musician to compose music, and sing pleasant sonnets in the King's presence when thereunto disposed; and 8, 9, and 10, three Stewards to govern the King's house in all things appertaining thereunto. This custom was observed by all the succeeding Monarchs down to Brian Boromha [Boru], the 175th Monarch of Ireland, and the 60th down from Cormac, without any alteration only that since they received the Christian Faith they changed the Druid or Magician for a Prelate of the Church. What is besides delivered from antiquity of this great Monarch is that (which among the truly wise is more valuable than any worldly magnificence or secular glory whatsoever) he was to all mankind very just, and so upright in his actions, judgements, and laws, that God revealed unto him the light of His Faith seven years before his death; and from thenceforward he refused his Druids to worship their idolgods, and openly professed he would no more worship any but the true God of the Universe, the Immortal and Invisable King of Ages. Whereupon the Druids sought his destruction, which they soon after effected (God permitting it) by their adjurations and ministry of damned spirits choking him as he sat at dinner eating of salmon, some say by a bone of fish sticking in his throat, A.D. 266, after he had reigned fourty years. " O Hart vol.1, page 665-667.

1048577. Eithane Or Etaine Ollamhdha 134,135 was born about 240 in Tara, County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland.
The History of Ireland by Martin Haverty 1867 O Harts Irish Pedigrees by John O Hart 1892 Annals of the Four Masters by Michael Oclery 1636 Ogygia by Roger Oflaherty 1665 Keatings History of Ireland by Jeoffry Keating 1809 Irish Kings and High Kings by Francis John Byrne 1973 Stokuis by Stokuis 1893

1048704. Felim Lamh-Foidh 136,137 .

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2097152. Ardrigh Art Aonfhir or Aert-Aein-Fer or Aer Enear or Art the lonely or ArtEan-Fhear The Melancholy Of Ireland 138,139 was christened in 166 in Tara, County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland. He died140 in 195 in Battle of MaghMucruimhe, Now Athenry, County Galway, Connaught, Ireland. He married Eachtach.
Ancestor of O' h-Airt or O' Hart

2097153. Eachtach 141,142 .

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2097154. Dunlang Mac Eana Niadh 143,144 was born about 222 in of Leinster Province, Ireland.

2097408. Kionga 145,146 .

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4194304. Ardrigh Conn-Ceadcathe or Conn of the Hundred Battles Leadathath 147,148,149 was born150 in 0072 in Tara, County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland. He was christened in 123 in Tara, County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland. He died151 in 157 in Tuath-Amrois, near Castle Tara, Ireland. He married Landabaria.
TITL 110th Irish Monarch

4194305. Landabaria 152 was born before 123 in , County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland. She died in , , Ireland. 4194306. Ulcheatagh 153,154 . 4194308. Eanna Niadh Of Leinster 155,156 was born about 206 in of Leinster Province, Ireland.

4194816. Cairbre Eochaidh Riadal Or Corbred Dalriada Or Reuda Of Dal Riada 157,158,159,160 died in 195 in Battle of Magh-Mucruimhe, Now Athenry, County Galway, Connaught, Ireland. He married Trea.
Ashley (1998) Title: British Kings and Queens Author: Ashley, Mike Publication: New York: Carroll & Graf Publishers, 1998. Page: p. 194

4194817. Trea 161 .

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8388608. The Great Lawgiver Feidhlimhioh Reachtmar Or Feilim Reachtmar Or Fedlimid Reachtmar 162,163,164,165 was born166 before 110 in Tara, County Meath,

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Leinster Province, Ireland. He died167,168 in 119 in , Leinster Province, Ireland. He married Ughna or Una Of Denmark in , , Ireland. 8388609. Ughna or Una Of Denmark 169,170 was born in 160 in , Denmark. She died in , , Ireland. 8388610. Cathaír Már Or Cathair Mór Mac Fiedhlimidh Fiorurghlas 171,172,173 was born before 119 in Dublin, County Dublin, Leinster Province, Ireland. He died in 177 in , Offaly, Leinster Province, Ireland.
109th Monarch of Ireland Cathair Mor: This Monarch was King of Leinster in the beginning of the second century. He divided his great posessions amongst his thirty sons, in a Will called "The will of Cahir Mor," contained in the "Book of Leacan" and in the "Book of Ballymote." His posterity formed the principal families in Leinster: namely the O'Connor "Faley", Princes of Offaley; O'Dempsey, O'Dunn, O'Regan, MacColgan, O'Harty, MacMorrough, Kings of Leinster; Cavenagh, O'Byrne, O'Toole, O'Murphy, O'Mulrain, or O'Ryan, O'Kinsellagh, O'Duffy, O'Dowling, O'Cormac, O'Muldoon, O'Gorman, O'Mullen, O'Mooney, and O'Brenan, chiefs of Kilkenny, etc.--Connellan.

8388616. Breasal Bealach Of Leinster 174 was born in of Leinster Province, Ireland. 8389632. 111th Monarch Of Ireland Conaire II Or Conan Macmogha Laine Of Scotia Or Scotland 175,176,177,178 was born179 before 122. He died in 165. He married Saraid Or Sarad Or Sarah Ni Conn Ceadcathe about 166 in , Argyll, Scotland. 8389633. Saraid Or Sarad Or Sarah Ni Conn Ceadcathe 180,181,182,183 was born before 144 in Tara, County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland. She died after 144. 8389634. Cian Or Kain Mac Olliol Ollum 184,185 was born186 in , Munster Province, Ireland. He died in 241 in Battle of Samhain.

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16777216. Tuathal Tectmar Or Teachdmar The Tool Or The Acceptable Of Ireland 187,188,189 was born190 about 0056 in , County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland. He died191 in 106 in Magh-Line, At Moin-An-Chatha, In Dal-Araidhe, Now, Headwood, Kilwaughter Parish, Upper Glenarm Barony, Ireland. He was buried in Maig Line at Moin where the Ollar and Ollarbhe rivers merge. He married Baine Or Barbara in , , Ireland.
"When Tuathal came of age, he got together his friends, and, with what aid his grandfather the King of Alba gave him, came into Ireland and fought and overcame his enemies in twenty-five battles in Ulster, Twenty-five in Leinster, as many in Connaught, and thirty-five in Munster. And having thus restored the true royal blood and heirs to their respective provincial kingdoms, he thought it fit to take, as he accordingly did with their consent, from each of the four divisions or provinces of Munster, Leinster, Connaught, and Ulater, a considerable tract of ground which was the next adjoining to Uisneach (where Tuathal had a palace): one east, another west, a third south, and a fourth on the north of it; and appointed all four (tracts of ground so taken from the four provinces) under the name of Midhe or "

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Meath" to belong for ever after to the Monarch's own peculiar demesne for the maintenance of his table; on each of which several portions he built a royal palace for himself and his heirs and successors; for of which portions the Monarch ordained a certain chiefry or tribute to be yearly paid to the provincial Kings from whose provinces the said portions were taken, which may be seen at large in the Chronicles. It was this Monarch that imposed the great insupportable fine (or "Eric") of 6,000 cows or beeves, as many fat muttons, (as many) hogs, 6,000 mantles, 6,000 ounces (or "Uinge") of silver, and 12,000 (others have it 6,000) cauldrons or pots of brass, to be paid every second year by the province of Leinster to the Monarch of Ireland for ever, for the death of his only two daughters Fithir and Darina. ...This tribute was punctually taken and exacted, sometimes by fire and sword, during the reigns of forty Monarchs of Ireland upwards of six hundred years, until last remitted by Finachta Fleadhach, the 153rd Monarch of Ireland, and 26th Christian Monarch, at the request and earnest solicitation of St. Moling. At the end of thirty yers' reign the Monarch Tuathal was slain by his successor Mal, A.D. 106. This Monarch erected Royal Palace at Tailtean; around the grave of Queen Tailte he caused the Fairs to be resumed on La Lughnasa (Lewy's Day), to which were brought all of the youth of both sexes of a suitable age to be married, at which Fair the marriage articles were agreed upon, and the ceremony performed. Tuathal married Baine, the dau. of Sgaile Balbh, King of England [may be a typo and should be King of Finland]." " O Hart vol.1, pages 357-358. Killed by Mal son of Rochraidhe, King of Ulster. Ruled for 30 years. Said to have annexed Tara to make Meath the royal province. His palace was said to be at Uisneach a position near the central part of the island. He was followed by Cathaeir Mor. Ruled 77 - 106 AD.

16777217. Baine Or Barbara 192,193 was born in , Finland. She died in , , Ireland. She was buried in Cnoc-Baine, In Oirghialla, Now, Magh-Leamhna, Clossach, County Tyrone, Ulster Province, Ireland. 16777218. Lochlioh Of Denmark 194 . 16777220. Fiedhlimidh Fiorurghlas Or Felim Fiorurglas Mac Cormac Gealtach 195,196,197,198 was born199 about 100 in , Offaly, Leinster Province, Ireland. He died200 in of County Offaly, Leinster Province, Ireland. 16779264. Moglama Or Modha Lamha Or Lawha Of Scotia Or Scotland 201 . 16779266. Ardrigh Conn-Ceadcathe or COTHB Leadathath is printed as #4194304 on page 12. 16779267. Landabaria is printed as #4194305 on page 12. 16779268. Olliol Ollum 202,203,204,205 was born in Bruree, County Limerick, Munster Province, Ireland. He died in Feb 234. He married Saraid Or Sarad Or Sarah Ni Conn Ceadcathe about 168 in , County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland.
Additional Sources:

Historica Descriptio Iliberniae, O'Kelly, Vienna 1703 History of Clan Eoghan, Irish Families, by Richard F. Cronnelly, Dublin 1864 & various Munster records

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Book of Howth, circa 1570 --------------------------------------------------------------------------------Oilioll of the bare ear - because "his ear was bitten off by the Dé Dánann maiden Áine as he was ravishing her"; king of Munster, who died in 234). He was a son of Eoghan Mór (otherwise known as Mogh Nuadhat, king of Munster, who died in 166) from whom the Eoghanacht tribes of Munster were named. Oilioll married Sadhbh, a daughter of Conn Cetcathach(Conn of the hundred battles; king of Connaught, who died in 157) after whom the province of Connaught was named. There was great rivalry between Conn and Mogh, who effectively ruled the northern ("Conn's Half") and southern ("Mogh's Half") portions of Ireland after the battle of Maynooth in 123. The marriage of their children may have been a strategic alliance. OILIOLL OLUM, King of Munster, died in 234. He married, as her second husband, Sadhbh, daughter of Conn of 100 Battles, Monarch of Ireland, and had a son, Cian, who died in 241 at the battle of Samhain. Oillioll was the son of EOGHAN MÓR, King of Munster, married Beara, daughter of Heber Mór, son of Miodhna, King of Castile. Eoghan Mór was the son of MODHA NEID, King of Munster, married Sioda, daughter of Flion, son of Fiachradh of the Eardaidhe. Modha Neid was the son of DEARG, Prince of Munster, was the son of DEIRGTHINE, King of Munser, was the son of EANU MUNCHAOIN, Half King of Munster, was the son of LUIGHEACH MORE, King of Munster, was the son of MOFENTS, Prince of Munster, was the son of MUIREACH, King of Munster, was the Son of EOCHAIDH, King of Munster, was the Son of DUACH DONN DALTA DEAGHADH, 84th Monarch of Ireland, died A.M. 3890 or 114 B.C. He was the son of CARBRE LOISGLEATHAN, King of Munster, was the son of LUGHAIDH LUAGHNE, 82nd Monarch of Ireland, died A.M. 3867 or 137 B.C. He was the son of JONADHMHAR, 80th Monarch of Ireland, died 153 B.C. He was the Son of NIADH SEATHAMHUIN, 76th Monarch of Ireland, died 221 B.C. He was the son of ADAMHAR SEATHAM LUIN, 71st Monarch of Ireland, died 286 B.C. He was the son of FEARCHORM, 68th Monarch of Ireland, died 320 B.C. He was the son of MODHCHORB died 357 B.C. He was the son of COBHAGH COEM, 59th Monarch of Ireland, was the son of REACHTA RIGHDHEARG, King of Munster, died 451 B.C. Reachta Righdhearg was the son of LUGHAIDH LAIGHE, 54th Monarch of Ireland, died 540 B.C. He was the son of EOCHAIDH, 51st Monarch of Ireland, died 580 B.C. He was the son of OILEOLL FINN, 50th Monarch of Ireland, died 587 B.C. He was the son of ART, 48th Monarch of Ireland, died 603 B.C. He was the son of LUIGHAIDH LAMHDHEARG, 46th Monarch of Ireland, died 619 B.C. He was the son of EOCHAIDH UAIRCEAS, 44th Monarch of Ireland, died 631 B.C. He was the son of LUGHAEDH JARDHOINN, 42nd Monarch of Ireland, died 659 B.C. He was the son of EADNA DEARG, 41st Monarch of Ireland, died of the Plague in 668 B.C. He was the son of DUACH FIONN, 39th Monarch of Ireland, died 684 B.C. He was the son of SEADHNA JONARAICC, 37th Monarch of Ireland, was slain 695 B.C. He was the son of BREASRIGH, 34th Monarch of Ireland, died 736 B.C. He was the son of ART IMLEACH, 32nd Monarch of Ireland, died 765 B.C. Art Imleach was the son of ART IMLEACH, 30th Monarch of Ireland, died 796 B.C. Art IrnIeach was the son of ROTHEACHTA, 29th Monarch of Ireland, was the first to make Chariots. He died 797 B.C. Rotheachta was the Son of ROAN, Prince of Ireland, was the son of FAILBHE, King of Munster, was the first to invent fishing nets. Failbhe was the son of CAS CEAD COINGNIODH, King of Munster, was the son of ALDERGOIDH, 20th Monarch of Ireland, was the first to invent gold ring for the gentry. He died 934 B.C. Aldergoidh was the son of MUNHEAMHOIN, 19th Monarch of Ireland, was the first to ordain that Irish gentlemen should wear a

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chain of gold about their necks to distinguish them from the populace. He died of the Plague in 961 B.C. Munheamhoin was the son of COS CLOTHACH, King of Munster, was the son of FIRARDA, Prince of Ireland, was the son of ROTHEACHTA was the son of ROSA was the son of GLASS was the son of NUAGHAT was the son of EOCHAIDH FAOBHARGLAS, 11th Monarch of Ireland, made Scotland a tributary of the Crown of Ireland. He died in 1107 B.C. Eochaidh was the son of CONMASL, 7th Monarch of Ireland, died in 1221 B.C. Conmasl was the son of HERBER FIONN, joint Monarch of Ireland with his brothers, was born in Egypt and slain at Battle of Geiseol in 1300 B.C. HEREMON, 2nd King of Ireland, married Tea, daughter of Luighaidh, son of Ith. HERBER and HEREMON were the sons of MILESIUS king of Spain, married Scota, daughter of Pharaoh Nectanebus. During a famine, he sent his sons to Ireland to find new homes for his people. Traditionally, the ancient Kings of Ireland were descended from King Milesesius of Spain, the grandson of Breaghan (Brian), King of Galicia, Andalusia, Murcia, Castile and Portugal. Milesius, a great general/king, was instrumental in defending Egypt from the King of Ethiopia. Milesius turned his attention northward to Ireland to fulfill an ancient Druidic prophecy. He sent an army to explore this fertile island. On finding that his son had been murdered by the three resident Irish Kings (the Danans), Milesius gathered another army to take his revenge on the Irish. He died before he embarked on the trip. His remaining eight sons conquered Ireland. Heremon, eldest son of Milesius, reigned in Ireland for fourteen years, along with his brothers Heber, Ir, and Ithe. They named the land Scota or Scotia, their mothers name, the land of the Scots. This name would later be taken by the Irish King Colla in 357 when he was exiled to Scotland, leaving the name >Ir-land=, land of Ir, youngest of the four sons of Milesius, to the Emerald Isle. The four Irish kingdoms eventually broke into five separate nations under the High King, or Árd Rí. These royal lines would later produce such great Kings as the 4th century King Niall of Nine Hostages who died in France while cutting off the retreat of the Romans from Britain, and King Brian Boru who died in the Battle of Clontarf in 1014, finally expelling the Vikings from Dublin and Ireland. ------------------------------------------------------------------Notes from the O'Donovan Clan Submission: Oilioll Olum was the son of Eoghan Mor Mogh, also known as Mogh Nuadat, and the grandson of Mogha Neid. Oilioll had nine sons, which went out fight a battle. Seven of the sons were killed in the battle. Thinking his oldest son, Eoghan Faidbach (also known as Eoghan Mor, or Owen Strong) was killed in the battle, he bequethed the kingdon to one of the two remaining sons, Cas. Finding out that Eoghan had a son through Muncha, daughter of Dil the Druid, Oilioll willed the kingship for Munster to alternate between the two branches. Thus, the beginning of the centuries of strife between the Eoghanacht (literally, Owen - Tribe) and the Dalcassians.

16779269. Saraid Or Sarad Or Sarah Ni Conn Ceadcathe is printed as #8389633 on page 13.

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33554432. Ardrigh Ficha Fionn Ola Of The White Oxen or Fiacha II Of Ulster 206,207 was born about 0012 in , County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland. He died in 0056 in Slaughter of Magh-Bolg, Now Moybolgue Parish, County Cavan, Ulster Province,

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Ireland. The cause of death was Slain by Eiliomh MacConrach or the race of Ir.. He married Eithne Of Alba about 0054. 33554433. Eithne Of Alba 208,209 was born about 0016 in Alba, Scotland. 33554434. Sgaile Balbh the dumb Of Finland 210,211 . 33554440. Cormac Cacch Mac Niadh Or Nia Corb 212 was born about 0050 in of Leinster Province, Ireland.
this Cormac Gealtach is supposed to be the "Galgacus" of Tacitus, who led an army to Alba, to aid the Scots and Picts against the Romans, and was defeated by Agricola at the Grampion Hills, --See O' Halloran's History of Ireland, p. 217.

33558528. Luigdig-Ellatig or Lughaidh Allathaim Of Scotia Or Scotland 213 . 33558536. Modha Nuagat Or Eoghan Mor Or Owen Mor Of Eugene The Great Of Munster 214,215 was born in Bruree, County Limerick, Munster Province, Ireland. He died in 192 in plain of Moylena, Barony of Fircall, King's County, Ireland. The cause of death was was killed by Goll, the son of Morna, a celebrated champion of the Firbolg race.. He married Beara about 0090.
Additional Sources: Historica Descriptio Iliberniae, O'Kelly, Vienna 1703 History of Clan Eoghan, Irish Families, by Richard F. Cronnelly, Dublin 1864 & various Munster records Book of Howth, circa 1570 The Eberian Kings In the earliest days of civilisation Ireland was divided into five kingdoms: Ulster, Leinster, Munster, Connaught and Meath. The first four corresponding to the four latter day provinces while Meath was the seat of the Ard-Ri (High Kings) of Ireland. The Carroll family are descendants of Mogh Nuadat who was King of Munster in the second century AD. Munster, the South Western province of Ireland, was in those far off days reigned over alternately by the two races who then inhabited it, the Ithians, who occupied the extreme South West comprising the remote corners of the counties of Cork and Kerry, and the Eberians, who occupied the remainder of the province. There was an amicable arrangement between the two races that they would each rule the province in turn and, when one race supplied the King the other would supply the Ireitheach (Chief Judge) and vice versa. This arrangement worked until about half a century BC, when a warlike northern tribe, the Earnaan, who had been forced out of their own territory along Loch Erne, were granted a settlement in Kerry by the then King Duach. When Duach died, the aggressive Earnaan imposed themselves upon Munster and declared their leader Daegard King of Munster. They then held the Kingship of the province in their tribe for more than 200 years. In the second century, at the time that Conn of the Hundred Battles was Ard-Ri of Ireland, Mogh Nuadat, an Eberian, roused his fellow Munstermen to battle for freedom from the tyrannical Earnaan. Conn was jealous of the Munstermen and sympathetic towards his fellow Northerners, the Earnaan, and lent them his support. Despite this the Earnaan were overthrown and Mogh Nuadat was made King of the province. Mogh, over-confident after his victory over the Earnaan, then went after Conn himself but he was defeated and had to flee the country. He took refuge in Spain and remained there for nine years marrying Beara, the daughter of Heber Mor, King of Castile. His father in law gave him 2,000 troops, under the command of Fraech his son, with which he returned and once more gave Conn battle. Conn and his allies the Earnaan were defeated in ten battles until at length for the sake of peace, he granted Mogh the whole southern half of Ireland, over which Mogh's successors claimed dominion for the

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next ten centuries. Unfortunately Mogh soon decided that rather than making peace he should have the whole of Ireland and once more declared war on Conn. Conn now gathered a great army from Ulster and Connaught, the latter under their great chieftain Goll MacMorna. Conn decided to attack at night and Goll and his men stayed out of the attack as he had vowed never to attack an enemy at night or take him by surprise. Mogh was such a capable leader and his men were so brave that, despite the surprise, they were not overcome and in fact were starting to wear down the armies of the North when, at daybreak, Goll and his men joined the fray and gave a new spirit to Conn's army. Goll himself killed Mogh Nuadat and Fraech, the son of the Spanish King and seeing this the Southern army wavered and were routed. When Mogh Nuadat was slain the Northerners took up his body and bore it up and down in triumph until Goll MacMorna stopped them saying "Lay him down. He died as a hero should." The old "Book of Munster" records that the judges ruled that Mogh had been unfairly killed and Conn accepted the arbitration of the judges and had to pay eric (fine) for it. Conn, in his triumph over Mogh Nuadat, displayed both ability and discretion. He gave his daughter Sabia (who was the widow of MacNaid, the late chief of the Ithians) in marriage to Oilill Olum, the only son and heir of Mogh Nuadat. By this act he drew together the Ithians, the Eberians and his own people the Eremonians. Oilill Olum then became King of Munster and, as head of both the Eberian and Ithian tribes he became the first true King of the whole province. Thereafter the Kingship of Munster was handed down in Oilill Olum's family. Oilill willed, and his will was observed for many centuries, that the crown of Munster should henceforth alternate between the descendants of his two eldest sons, Eogan Mor and Cormac Cas. The MacCarthys are descended from Eogan Mor and the O'Briens are descended from Cormac Cas. The O'Carrolls are descended from Oilill Olum's youngest son Ciann and his son Taig. Taig, the son of Ciann and grandson of the great Oilill Olum of Munster, lived in the third century. This was the same time as Cormac MacArt was High King of Ireland. Cormac was considered the greatest of all the ancient Kings by the fili (poets) and seanachies (historians). Cormac's father Art, was the son of Conn of the Hundred Battles. He was killed fighting the forces of his exiled nephew Lugaid at Moy Mocruim in Galway. Following this, Lugaid, a rude, ill tempered man, established himself as Ard-ri until he was killed by a druid priest. On the death of Lugaid, Cormac returned from exile in Connaught and claimed the throne but, at a feast, Fergus Black-Tooth of Ulster, who coveted the crown himself, managed to singe the hair of Cormac thereby creating a blemish which temporarily debarred the young man from the throne. Cormac again fearing designs on his life had to flee from Tara and Fergus became Ard-ri for a year. At the end of the year Cormac returned with an army and, supported by Taig completely overthrew the usurper in a great battle at Crionna on the Boyne. Fergus and his two brothers were killed leaving Cormac the undisputed possession of the monarchy. In recognition for the part that he had played, Cormac granted Taig a large territory between Damlaig (Duleek) and the river Liffi, since then called Ciannachta. ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------It appears that the people were called into notice at an early period. In the latter end of the second century Eogan More, or Moyha Meadhat, called also Eogan the Splendid, of the race of Heber, and maternally descended from the Clanna Deayadhs, was a celebrated warrior; and having contended for the monarchy of Ireland with Con of the Hundred Battles, they at last divided the Island between them; but Eogan being afterwards defeated, was forced to fly into Spain, where he lived for many years of exile, and married Beara, a Spanish Princess, daughter of Heber, King of Castile. Entering into a confederacy with Falch, the son of Heber, they collected a powerful army, with which they landed in Ireland, to recover the sovereignty from Con of the Hundred Battles, and both armies A.D. 192 fought a tremendous battle on the plain of Moylena, in which Con was victorious, and Eogan More was killed by Goll, the son of Morna, a celebrated champion of the Firbolg race. The place where this battle was fought, as stated in O'Flaherty's Ogygia, is the ancient Barony of Fircall in the King's County, and there are still to be seen there two hillocks or sepulchral mounds, in one of which was buried the body of Eogan, and in the other, that of Falch, the Spaniard, who was also slain in that battle, the site of which is about a couple of miles from Parsonstown, near the Eglish portion of the road to Frankford.

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33558537. Beara 216,217 was born218 in Castile, Spain. She died219 in , Munster Province, Ireland.

Twenty-seventh Generation
67108864. Ardrigh Feredach Finn-Fechtnach The Just Of Leinster 220,221,222 was born223 before 0014 in , County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland. He died224 in 0036 in Teamhair, or Tara Castle, County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland. He married Naira or Nar-Tath-Chaoch Of Scotia Or Scotland about 0011.
"In his reign lived Moran, the son of Maoin, a celebrated Brehon or Chief Justice of the Kingdom; it is said that he was the first who wore the wonderful collar called Iodhain Morain; this collar possessed a wonderful property:--if the judge who wore it attempted to [ass a false judgement it would immediately contract, so as nearly to stop his breathing; but if he reversed such a false sentence the collar would at once enlarge itself, and hang loose around his neck. This collar was also caused to be worn by those who acted as witnesses, so as to test the accuracy of their evidence. This Monarch, Feredach, died a natural death at the regal city at Tara, A.D. 36." O Hart vol.1, page 357. "Hebrew: The Druidic Irish had Hebraic customs to a great extent: for instance--the Druidic judges were of a priestly caste, and wore each a collar of gold. Buxtorf states that this collar was called Iodham Morain; and "Iodhan Morain: is Chaldee for Urim and Thummim (see Exodus, xxviii.30). O Hart vol.1, page 30.

67108865. Naira or Nar-Tath-Chaoch Of Scotia Or Scotland 225 . 67108866. Imgeal Of Scotia Or Scotland 226 was born about 0004 BC in of Alba, Scotland. 67108880. Niadh Or Nia Corb Mac Cucorb Or Cu Corb 227,228,229,230 was born about 0010 in , Leinster Province, Ireland. 67117056. King In Scotland Corbred II Or Coirbre-Crungen or Cairpre Crommchenn Of Scotia Or Scotland 231 . 67117072. Magha Neid or Modha Neid Of Munster 232,233,234 was born in Bruree, County Limerick, Munster Province, Ireland. He died after 166. He married Sioda. 67117073. Sioda 235 . 67117074. Heber Mor 236,237 was born238 in Castile, Spain.

Twenty-eighth Generation
134217728. Crimthann Niadh-Nar The Heroic or Criffan the Champion of Nar Niadnar 239,240 was born241 before 0007 BC in , County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland. He died242 in 0009 in Fortress of Dun-Crimthann, Bin Edar, Hill of Howth, Ireland. The cause of death was Fall from his horse. He married Blainé Of The Picts.

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Source: TR ARIZONIA 4408 book 66 page 191

134217729. Blainé Of The Picts 243,244 was born in of Alba, Scotland. 134217730. Loach Or Lioch Of Scotia Or Scotland 245,246 . 134217760. Cucorb Or Cu Corb Mac Mogh Corb 247,248,249 was born about 0030 BC in , Leinster Province, Ireland. He married Mebd Lethderg in , , Ireland. 134217761. Mebd Lethderg 250 was born in , Leinster Province, Ireland. 134234112. Dare-Dornmoir Of Scotia Or Scotland 251 . 134234144. Dearg II or Deard II Of Munster 252,253,254 was born255 in , Munster Province, Ireland. 134234146. Flion or Aloin 256 . 134234148. Miodhna Birdena 257 was born in Castile, Spain.
Birdena means little bird

Twenty-ninth Generation
268435456. Ardrigh Luigaidh Sriabh-N Dearg Or Riabh-N-Berg or Lewy of the red circles Of Ireland 258,259 was born260 before 0034 BC in , , Ireland. He died261 in 0008 BC in , , Ireland. The cause of death was Fell on his own sword. He married Dearborguill or Dervorgil or Dearforgill or Derbforguill.
"...He entered into an alliance with the King of Denmark, whose daughter, Dearborguill, he obtained as his wife; he killed himself by falling on his sword in the eighth year Before Christ." O Hart vol.1, page 356.

268435457. Dearborguill or Dervorgil or Dearforgill or Derbforguill 262 . 268435458. Loach Or Lioch Of Scotia Or Scotland is printed as #134217730 on page 20. 268435460. Daire or Dareletus Of Scotia Or Scotland 263 died in of , Scotland. 268435520. Mogh Corb Of Leinster 264,265,266 was born in 0060 BC in , Leinster Province, Ireland. 268468224. King In Scotland Corbred I Or Coirbre-Findmor or Cairpre Finn Mor Of Scotia Or Scotland 267 .

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268468288. Dearg Thine or Dearg Theine Of Munster 268,269,270 was born271 in , Munster Province, Ireland. 268468292. Fiachradh of the Eardaidhe 272 .

Thirtieth Generation
536870912. Bres Of Ireland 273,274 was born275 about 160 BC in , , Ireland. He died276 in 130 BC in Battle of Dromchriadh, Ireland. He married Cloathra.
"In his time the Irish first dug graves beneath the surface to bury their dead; previously thay laid the body on the surface and heaped stones over it. he had also been names Fineamhnas." O Hart vol.1, page 356.

536870913. Cloathra 277,278 . 536871040. Conchobhair Abhraoidhruaidh or Conchabhar Abharadhblis Of Leinster 279,280,281 was born about 0080 BC in , Leinster Province, Ireland. He died in 0007 BC. 536936448. Admoir Finn Mor Of Scotia Or Scotland 282 . 536936576. Eanna Muncain or Eanu Munchaoin Of Munster 283,284,285 was born286 in , Munster Province, Ireland.

Thirty-first Generation
1073741824. Ardrigh Eochaidh Feidhlioch The Melancholy or Eochy II of the Constant Sighs Of Leinster 287,288 was born289 before 142 BC in , , Ireland. He died290 in 130 BC in Mur Ollamhan, Teamhair, Tara, County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland. He married Clothfinna in , , Ireland.
Builder of Rath Cruchan

"This Monarch caused the division of the Kingdom by Ugaine Mor into twenty five parts, to cease; and ordered that the ancient Firvolgian division into Provinces should be resumed, viz., Two Munsters, Leinster, Conacht, and Ulster. He also divided the government of these Provinces amongst his favourite courtiers:--Conacht he divided into three parts between Fiodhach, Eochaidh Allat, and Tinne, son of Conragh, son of Ruadhri Mor No 62 on the Line of Ir; Ulster (Uladh) he gave to Feargus, the son of Leighe; Leinster he gave to Ros, the son of Feargus Fairge; and the two Munsters he gave to Tighernach Teadhbheamach and Deagbadah. After the division of the Kingdom, Eochaidh proceeded to erect a Royal Palace at Conacht; this he built on Tinne's government in a place called Druin-na-n Druagh, now Craughan (from Craughan Crodhearg, Maedhbh's mother, to whom she gave the palace), but previously, Rath Eochaidh. About the same time

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he bestowed his daughter the Princess Maedhbh on Tinne, whom he constituted King of Conacht; Maedhbh being hereditary Queen of that Province." O Hart vol.1, pages 355-356.

1073741825. Clothfinna 291,292 was born in Aileach-Frigrinn, Grianan Hill, near Derry, County Donegal, Ireland. 1073741826. Ardrigh Eochaidh Feidhlioch T Of Leinster is printed as #1073741824 on page 21. 1073741827. Clothfinna is printed as #1073741825 on page 22. 1073742080. Fionn Filé or Finn File The Poet Of Leinster 293,294,295,296 was born about 100 BC in , Leinster Province, Ireland. He died in 0007 BC. 1073872896. Conaire Riata Mor The Great Of Scotia 297,298 . 1073873152. Lioch Mór or Luigheach More Of Munster 299,300,301 was born302 in , Munster Province, Ireland.

Thirty-second Generation
2147483648. Fionn or Finn 303,304 was born in , , Ireland. He married Benia Or Finnia. 2147483649. Benia Or Finnia 305,306 . 2147483650. Eochaidh Uchtleathan or Art 307 was born in Aileach-Frigrinn, Grianan Hill, near Derry, County Donegal, Ireland. 2147484160. Ros or Roussa Ruadh Of Leinster 308,309,310 was born about 125 BC in , Leinster Province, Ireland. He died in , Leinster Province, Ireland. 2147745792. King In Scotland Eders Or Ederus Or Edersceol Of Scotia Or Scotland 311,312 . 2147746304. Muireadach Muchna Of Munster 313,314,315 was born316 in , Munster Province, Ireland. He married Mofebhis. 2147746305. Mofebhis 317,318,319 was born320 in , Munster Province, Ireland.

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Appendix A - Sources

1. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation (Limited American Edition, In Two Volumes Vol. 1 & 2 Murphy and McCarthy, Publishers, New York 1915John O'Hart was Assoc), p. 623. 2. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day SaintsMedieval History Specialist, Ireland2005). 3. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , p. 623. 4. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 5. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , p. 623. 6. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 7. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , p. 623. 8. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 9. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , p. 623. 10. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 11. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 12. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. (P. Murphy & Son, New York 1915), page 714. 13. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , p. 623. 14. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 15. Wilson, Alan B. (Repository: soc.genealogy.medieval contributer, abwilson@uclink2.berkeley.edu (Alan B. Wilson)).good."High King of Ireland." 16. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 714. 17. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 18. Wilson, Alan B. ."d 722." 19. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 714. 20. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 21. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 714. 22. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 23. Wilson, Alan B. . 24. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 714. 25. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 26. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 714. 27. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 28. Wilson, Alan B. . 29. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 30. Wilson, Alan B. . 31. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 714. 32. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 33. Wilson, Alan B. . 34. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 714. 35. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 36. Wilson, Alan B. . 37. Wilson, Alan B. . 38. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 714. 39. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 714. 40. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 41. Wilson, Alan B. . 42. Wilson, Alan B. . 43. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 44. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 714. 45. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 46. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 47. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 48. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 49. Wilson, Alan B. ."d ? 480."

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50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57. 58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72.

73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79. 80. 81. 82. 83. 84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89. 90. 91. 92. 93. 94. 95. 96. 97. 98. 99.

John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 713. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 714. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . Wilson, Alan B. . John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. Maghtochair, Inishowen its History, Traditions, and Antiquities (reprint 1985, Three Candles Printers, LTD., Dublin), 13. Maghtochair, Inishowen its History, Traditions, and Antiquities , 28. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . Maghtochair, Inishowen its History, Traditions, and Antiquities , 26. Wilson, Alan B. . John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 709. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 713. John O' Hart, Irish Pedigrees Vol. II (P. Murphy & Son, New York 1915), 641. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . George Washington's Family .Copied from (I think) Burke's Peerage of the American Presidents, pp 40-42. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. Wilson, Alan B. ."no parents." John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 709. John O' Hart, Irish Pedigrees Vol. II , 327. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . Frederick Lewis Weis, Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America bef 1760 (7th ed Genealogical Publishing, Baltimore 1992 , Repository: J.H. Garner), line 170 p 146.Same ref source as earlier ed, "Ancestral Roots of 60 Colonists who Came to New England 1623-1650" ed 1-6good to very good."d abt 542, acc to revised chronology of Carney in "Studies of Irish Literature & History"." Wilson, Alan B. . "d ?453, aged 73." Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . John O' Hart, Irish Pedigrees Vol. II , 641. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . George Washington's Family . John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. Frederick Lewis Weis, Ancestral Roots of Certain American Colonists Who Came to America bef 1760 , line 170 p 146."no parents, no title." John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 709. John O'Donovan, The Genealogies, Tribes, and Customs of Hy-Fiachrach commonly called O'Dowda's Country (Dublin: Irish Archaeological Society 1993). John O' Hart, Irish Pedigrees Vol. II , 327. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 709. John O'Donovan, The Genealogies, Tribes, and Customs of Hy-Fiachrach commonly called O'Dowda's Country , Addenda A. John O'Donovan, The Genealogies, Tribes, and Customs of Hy-Fiachrach commonly called O'Dowda's Country , 344. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 709. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 709. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . John O' Hart, Irish Pedigrees Vol. II , 641. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O' Hart, Irish Pedigrees Vol. II , 327. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484.

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100. 101. 102. 103. 104. 105. 106. 107. 108. 109. 110. 111. 112. 113. 114. 115. 116. 117. 118. 119. 120. 121. 122. 123. 124. 125. 126. 127. 128. 129. 130. 131. 132. 133. 134. 135. 136. 137. 138. 139. 140. 141. 142. 143. 144. 145. 146. 147. 148. 149. 150. 151. 152. 153. 154. 155. 156. 157.

John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 709. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 709. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 709. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 709. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O' Hart, Irish Pedigrees Vol. II , 641. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O' Hart, Irish Pedigrees Vol. II , 327. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 708. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 709. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O' Hart, Irish Pedigrees Vol. II , 641. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 667. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 708. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O' Hart, Irish Pedigrees Vol. II , 641. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 665. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 665. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 667. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O' Hart, Irish Pedigrees Vol. II , 641. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 667. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 665. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O' Hart, Irish Pedigrees Vol. II , 641. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. Hugh W. L. Weir, Hugh Weir's Brian Boru (Ballinakella Press 1st Edition 2002), 5. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 667. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 667. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville (published by Repository: J.H. Garner), p 327."Corbred."

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158. 159. 160. 161. 162. 163. 164. 165. 166. 167. 168. 169. 170. 171.

172. 173. 174. 175. 176. 177. 178. 179. 180. 181. 182. 183. 184. 185. 186. 187. 188. 189. 190. 191. 192. 193. 194. 195. 196. 197. 198. 199. 200. 201. 202. 203. 204. 205. 206. 207. 208. 209. 210. 211. 212. 213.

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John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 358. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . Brian Tompsett, Dept of Computer Science, University of Hull Royal Database England (copyright 1996 , Repository: WWW, University of Hull, Hull, UK HU6 7RX bct@tardis.ed.ac.uk).usually reliable but sometimes includes hypothetical lines, mythological figures, etc. Sean O' Neill, O'Neill People and Places , pp 66. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 330."s of Conaire the Great." Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 330. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 359. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . John O' Hart, Irish Pedigrees Vol. II , 641. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 359. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 665. Hugh W. L. Weir, Hugh Weir's Brian Boru , 5. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 68. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 68. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 358. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 358. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 641. Sean O' Neill, O'Neill People and Places , pp 66. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 641. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 641. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 69. Hugh W. L. Weir, Hugh Weir's Brian Boru , 5. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 357. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 358. Mary H. 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Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 70. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 70. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 70. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 356. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 641. Sean O' Neill, O'Neill People and Places , pp 66. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 67. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 70. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 70. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 356. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 356. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. Sean O' Neill, O'Neill People and Places , pg 66. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 67. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 67. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 641. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 67. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 67. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus

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INDEX
Aithiochta-72, 2 Baine Or Barbara-414, 14 Beara-412, 19 Benia Or Finnia-417, 22 Cloathra-121, 21 Clothfinna-351, 22 Daughter Of The Prince Of The Hebrides-443, 10 , Dearborguill or Dervorgil or Dearforgill or Derbforguill-55, 20 , Duach Teangabha-88, 6 , Duinseach-87, 5 , Eachtach-66, 12 , Eochaidh Uchtleathan or Art-415, 22 , Eochy Fortamail, King Of Dalriada-509, 10 , Eochy Mun-Reamhar or Eochaid-506, 8 , Ercc, King Of Dalriada-505, 8 , Feidhlimhioh Reachtmar Or Feilim Reachtmar Or Fedlimid Reachtmar-260, 13 , Felim Lamh-Foidh-510, 11 , Fergus Uallach, King Of Dalriada-508, 9 , Fiachradh of the Eardaidhe-131, 21 , Fionn or Finn-336, 22 , Flion or Aloin-130, 20 , Gall Gaodhal-93, 10 , Heber Mor-523, 19 , Kionga-511, 12 , Landabaria-175, 12 , Medabh-566, 8 , Miodhna Birdena-128, 20 , Mofebhis-144, 22 , Muirion Or Buirion-481, 9 , Righnach Or Roigneach-455, 8 , Sioda-129, 19 , Trea-126, 12 , Ulcheatagh-94, 12 ingen Maolchabha, Cacht-81, 2 Leadathath, Conn-Ceadcathe or Conn of the Hundred Battles-176, 12 Lethderg, Mebd-6, 20 Liffeachaire Or Liffeachair, Cairbre Or Carbre Or Coirpre-221, 10 Mac Airt, Cormac Or Comac Ulfhada Or Longbeard-218, 10 Mac Cormac Gealtach, Fiedhlimidh Fiorurghlas Or Felim Fiorurglas-152, 14 Mac Cucorb Or Cu Corb, Niadh Or Nia Corb-346, 19 Mac Dungan, Cathan-98, 1 Mac Eana Niadh, Dunlang-220, 12 Mac Erc, Loarn-504, 7 , , , , , , , Mac Fiedhlimidh Fiorurghlas, Cathaír Már Or Cathair Mór-151, 13 Mac Gruagan, Dungan-97, 1 Mac Mogh Corb, Cucorb Or Cu Corb-347, 20 Mac Niadh Or Nia Corb, Cormac Cacch-9, 17 Mac Olliol Ollum, Cian Or Kain-411, 13 Macconnor, Gruagan-96, 1 Macfargal, Connor or Conchobhar-74, 2 Macmuirchertaig Ó Néill, Domhnall Or Domhnall Ilchealgach Or Donal-471, 3 Macnéill, Eógan Find or Eoghan or Eugene or Owen-502, 6 Mugmedón Or Moy Veagon Or Muighmheadhoin, Eochaidh Muigh Maedhoin of the flu-466, 8 na Cineall, Maolchabha-82, 3 Ni Conn Ceadcathe, Saraid Or Sarad Or Sarah149, 13 Niadnar, Crimthann Niadh-Nar The Heroic or Criffan the Champion of Nar-244, 20 O' Bairrche, Fiachadh Sreabhthuine Or Srabhteine Or Straivetine-222, 9 O' Cahan, Annselan-101, 1 O' Cahan, Cathusach-99, 1 O' Cahan, Dermond-100, 1 O'connor, Cein-73, 2 Of Alba, Eithne-57, 17 Of Britian, Indorba-91, 7 Of Britian, Sachell Balb the stammerer of the Saxons-90, 9 Of Dal Riada, Cairbre Eochaidh Riadal Or Corbred Dalriada Or Reuda-394, 12 Of Dalriada, Aenear Feart-507, 9 Of Dalriada, Earca-482, 5 Of Denmark, Lochlioh-494, 14 Of Denmark, Ughna or Una-413, 13 Of Finland, Sgaile Balbh the dumb-386, 17 Of Ireland, Art Aonfhir OAOAEOATLOATM-217, 11 Of Ireland, Bres-246, 21 Of Ireland, Carthan Cais Dubh The Black Head Or Carinna Or Caethann Casouff Or Carisna480, 8 Of Ireland, Luigaidh Sriabh-N Dearg Or Riabh-NBerg or Lewy of the red circles-245, 20 Of Ireland, Tuathal Tectmar Or Teachdmar The Tool Or The Acceptable-243, 13 Of Leinster, Breasal Bealach-444, 13 Of Leinster, Conchobhair Abhraoidhruaidh or Conchabhar Abharadhblis-11, 21 Of Leinster, Eanna Niadh-95, 12

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Of Leinster, Eochaidh Feidhlioch The Melancholy or Eochy II of the Constant Sighs-421, 21 Of Leinster, Feredach Finn-Fechtnach The Just349, 19 Of Leinster, Fionn Filé or Finn File The Poet-12, 22 Of Leinster, Mogh Corb-10, 21 Of Leinster, Niall Naoi-ghiallach Mór of the Nine Hostages-501, 7 Of Leinster, Ros or Roussa Ruadh-13, 22 Of Munster, Dearg II or Deard II-527, 20 Of Munster, Dearg Thine or Dearg Theine-528, 21 Of Munster, Eanna Muncain or Eanu Munchaoin529, 21 Of Munster, Lioch Mór or Luigheach More-530, 22 Of Munster, Magha Neid or Modha Neid-526, 19 Of Munster, Modha Nuagat Or Eoghan Mor Or Owen Mor Of Eugene The Great-166, 17 Of Munster, Muireadach Muchna-531, 22 Of Scotia Or Scotland, Admoir Finn Mor-487, 21 Of Scotia Or Scotland, Conaire II Or Conan Macmogha Laine-359, 13 Of Scotia Or Scotland, Corbred I Or CoirbreFindmor or Cairpre Finn Mor-484, 21 Of Scotia Or Scotland, Corbred II Or CoirbreCrungen or Cairpre Crommchenn-483, 19 Of Scotia Or Scotland, Daire or Dareletus-56, 20 Of Scotia Or Scotland, Dare-Dornmoir-486, 20

Of Scotia Or Scotland, Eders Or Ederus Or Edersceol-488, 22 Of Scotia Or Scotland, Imgeal-385, 19 Of Scotia Or Scotland, Loach Or Lioch-154, 20 Of Scotia Or Scotland, Luigdig-Ellatig or Lughaidh Allathaim-489, 17 Of Scotia Or Scotland, Moglama Or Modha Lamha Or Lawha-257, 14 Of Scotia Or Scotland, Naira or Nar-TathChaoch-120, 19 Of Scotia, Conaire Riata Mor The Great-485, 22 Of The Britons, Aoife-249, 9 Of The Picts, Blainé-350, 20 Of Ulster, Fiachadh-92, 9 Of Ulster, Ficha Fionn Ola Of The White Oxen or Fiacha II-348, 17 Ollamhdha, Eithane Or Etaine-219, 11 Ollum, Olliol-165, 14 Tireach, Murdeach Or Muireadach-248, 9 Uí Néill Or Ó Néill, Aodh Or Hugh Or Aedh Uaridnach Or Aodh Uar-Iodhnach-473, 3 Uí Néill Or Ó Néill, Fargal MacMaoldoon or Fearghal-71, 2 Uí Néill Or Ó Néill, Máel Dúin Macmáel Fithrich or Maolduin-475, 2 Uí Néill Or Ó Néill, Máel Fithrich Macaedo Uaridnaig or Maoilfithrigh-474, 2 Uí Néill Or Ó Néill, Muirchertach Mór Macearca469, 3 Uí Néill Or Ó Néill, Muiredach Maceógain-503, 5

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The Ancestors of Annselan O’ Cahan
also spelled Anselan O’Kyan sometimes called Anselan Buey O’Kyan (“Buey” means “the Fair”)

Son of King Dermond O' Cahan, who reigned in Ulster province, and descendant of the ancient kings of Ireland

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Ancestry of Fionn or Finn
First Generation
1. Fionn or Finn 1,2 was born in , , Ireland. Fionn married Benia Or Finnia 3,4 daughter of Criomthan.

Second Generation
2. Fionnlaoch Or Findeoin Or Fionn Or Finlocha Ruadh 5,6,7 was born8,9 in , , Ireland. He died10,11 in , , Ireland.

Third Generation
4. Roighean Or Roynie Ruadh Or Roe Or Roignein Ruadh the red 12,13,14 was born15 in , , Ireland. He died16 in , , Ireland.
During his time most of the cattle in Ireland died of murrain.

Fourth Generation
8. Assaman Eamhna Or Eamhnadh Or Easamhuin Earnhna 17,18,19 was born20,21 in , , Ireland. He died22,23 in , , Ireland.

Fifth Generation
16. Ardrigh Eanna Aigneach Or Eanda Or Enda The Hospitable Agneach Or Aighnach Of Munster 24,25 was born before 312 BC in , , Ireland. He died in 292 BC.
Aka Eanda Aignach. " Enna Aigneach: the legitimate son of Aongus; was the 84th Monarch; was of a very bountiful disposition, and exceedingly munificent in his donations. This King lost his life by the hands of Criomthan Cosgrach, B.C. 292." O Hart vol.1, page 355

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32. Ardrigh Aeneas Or Aonghus Tuireach Tamach Of Leinster 26,27,28 was born before 384 BC in of Tara, County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland. He died in 324 BC in Teamhair, or Tara Castle, County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland. The cause of death was Murdered.
Aka Aonghus Tuirimheach.

Seventh Generation
64. Ardrigh Eochaidh Altleathan The Long Hair Of Ireland 29,30,31,32 was born before 412 BC in , , Ireland. He died in 397 BC. The cause of death was Slain by Fearghus Fortamhail.

Eighth Generation
128. Ardrigh Olill Casfiacalach of the crooked teeth Of Ireland 33,34,35,36 was born37 before 442 BC in , , Ireland. He died38 in 417 BC in , , Ireland. The cause of death was Slain by Adamair son of Fear Corb.

Ninth Generation
256. Ardrigh Conla Caomh Cealgach the comely Of Ireland 39,40,41 was born before 462 BC in , , Ireland. He died in 442 BC in Teamhair, or Tara Castle, County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland.
King Of Ireland

Tenth Generation
512. Ardrigh Iarn Gleo-Fhathach Of Ireland 42,43,44 was born before 480 BC in , , Ireland. He died in 473 BC. The cause of death was Slain by Fear Corb.

Eleventh Generation
1024. Ardrigh Melg Or Meilge Or Melghe Molbhthach the praiseworthy Mac Cobthach Caol 45,46,47 was born before 522 BC in , , Ireland. He died48 in 505 BC in Battle of Claire. The cause of death was Slain by Modhchorb. He was buried in 505 BC in Cairbre, Now Barony of Carbury, County Sligo, Connacht Province, Ireland.

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King of Ireland Died 21 Mar year unknown.

Twelfth Generation
2048. Palace Bruidhin Tuama-Teanbath Cobthach Caol Bhreagh 49,50,51,52 was born about 611 BC in of Breagh Or Bregia, Ireland. He died in 541 BC in Dinn-Righ, In MaghAilbhe, On The Brink of The Bearbha. The cause of death was Slain by his nephew Maion.
it is said that to secure the throne he assassinated his brother Laeghaire; after a long reign he was at length slain by Maion, his hephew, b.c. 541.

Thirteenth Generation
4096. Ardrigh Ughaine Mór or Owgany or Hugony The Great Maceochaidh 53,54,55,56 was born before 633 BC in , , Ireland. He died57 in 593 BC in Tealach-An-Chosgair or Hill of Victory, At Kill-Droicheat, near The Banks of Boyne, Ireland. The cause of death was Murdered by his brother Breogain. He married Caesair Or Caesar Cruithach.
Was called Mor on account of his extensive dominions, -being sovereign of all the Islands of Western Europe. Was married to Caesair, daughter to the King of France, and by her had issue--twenty-two sons and three daughters. In order to prevent these children from encroaching on each other he divided the Kingdom into twenty-five portions, allotting to each his or her distinct inheritance. By means of this division the taxes of the country were collected during the succeeding 300 years. All the sons died without issue except two, viz: -- Laeghaire Lore, ancestor of all the Leinster Heremonians; and Cobthach Caol-bhreagh, from whom the Heremonians of Leath Cuinn, viz., Meath, Ulster and Conacht derive their pedigree. Ugaine was at length, b.c. 593 slain by Badhbhchadh, who failed to secure the fruits of his murder--the Irish Throne, as he was executed by order of Laeghaire Lorc, the murdered Monarch's son, who became the 68th Monarch of Ireland. Ugaine had two foster parents Cimbaeth King of Eamhain and all of Ireland he was also called Kimboye. His foster mother was Macha or Eamhain Mongruadh, daughter of Aedh Ruadh, son of Badharn.

4097. Caesair Or Caesar Cruithach 58 .

Fourteenth Generation
8192. Eochaidh or Eochie the victorious Buaidhaig Or Bwaye 59,60,61,62,63 was born before 737 BC in of Aileach-Frigrinn, Grianan Hill, near Derry, County Donegal, Ireland. He died in , , Ireland.

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Was kept out of the monarchy by his father's slayer. In his time the Kingdom was twice visited with a plague.

Fifteenth Generation
16384. Ardrigh Duach Laidhghrach The Vindictive, Or Quick Avenger Of Wrongs 64,65,66,67 was born before 747 BC. He died68 in 737 BC in , , Ireland. The cause of death was Killed by Lughdahl Laught,son of Oilioll Fionn.
Was killed by Lughaidh Laighe, son of Oilioll Fionn, b. c. 737.

Sixteenth Generation
32768. Ardrigh Fioachaidh or Fiacha Tolgrach 69,70,71,72 was born before 805 BC in , , Ireland. He died73 in 795 BC in , , Ireland. The cause of death was Slain by Oilioll Fionn.
Fiacha's life was ended by the sword of Oilioll Fionn, of the line of Heber Fionn, B. C. 795.

Seventeenth Generation
65536. Ardrigh Muireadhach Bolgrach Tireach Of Ireland 74,75,76,77 was born before 893 BC in , , Ireland. He died78 in 892 BC in , , Ireland. The cause of death was Killed by Eadhua Dearg.
Was Monarch of Ireland for one year and one month. Killed by Eadhna Dearg, b.c. 892

Eighteenth Generation
131072. Ardrigh Simeon Breac or Diomon Breac 79,80,81,82 was born before 909 BC in , , Ireland. He died83 in 903 BC in , , Ireland. The cause of death was Fell By Duach Finn, son of his predecessor..
Simeon Breac inhumanly caused his predecessor to be torn asunder; but, after a reign of six years, he met with a like death, by order of Duach Fionn, son to the murdered King, b. c. 903. (Medical):Inhumanly caused his predecessor to be torn asunder.

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Nineteenth Generation
262144. Aedan Glas Or Aodhan Glas Or Aedhan Glas Or Aodh glas 84,85 was born in , , Ireland. He died in , , Ireland.
In his time the coast was infested with pirates; and there occured a dreadful plague (Apthach) which swept away most of the inhabitants.

Twentieth Generation
524288. Ardrigh Nuadha Fionn Fail The Fortunate One Of Ireland 86,87,88,89 was born about 1023 BC in , , Ireland. He died90 in 961 BC in , , Ireland.
King of Ireland Was slain by Breasrioghacta, his successor, b. c. 961.

Twenty-first Generation
1048576. Ardrigh Gallchadh Or Giallchaidh Of Connaught 91,92,93,94 was born before 1022 BC in , , Ireland. He died95 in 1013 BC in Moighe Muadh, Connaught, Ireland.
Monarch of Ireland was killed by Art Imleach, of the line of heber Fionn, at Moighe Muadh, b. c. 1013. The Annals of the Four Masters gives slightly different dates. Magh Muaidhe was either the plain of the River Moy, in North Connaught, or a plain situated at the foot of Cnoc-Muaidhe, or Knockmoy, in the county Galway.

Twenty-second Generation
2097152. Oilill Or Oilioll Or Olchaoin Or Ollchain Or Aolcheoin 96,97,98,99 was born100 in , , Ireland.

Twenty-third Generation

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4194304. Ardrigh Siorna Saoghalach Or Sirna Saoghalach the long lived Of Ireland 101,102,103 was born in 1280 BC in , , Ireland. He died104 in 1030 BC in Aillin, Ireland. The cause of death was Slain at Aillin by Rotheachta.
He obtained the name "Saoghalach" on account of his extraordinary long life; slain b.c. 1030, at Aillin, by Rotheachta, of the Line of Heber Fionn, who usurped the Monarchy, thereby excluding from the throne Olioll Aolcheoin. Page 41 of O Hart says he lived 250 years and reigned 150 years.

Twenty-fourth Generation
8388608. King Of Ireland Dein Or Deman Or Dian 105,106,107,108 was born in , , Ireland.
Was kept out of the monarchy by his father's slayer, and his son. In his time gentlemen and noblemen first wore gold chains around their necks, as a sign of their birth; and golden helmets were given to brave soldiers. It is possible that Deman had a son named Dian who was the father of Sirna but most sources do not include him.

Twenty-fifth Generation
16777216. Rothachtaigh Or Raitheashtaigh or Roitheachtaigh Of Connaught 109,110,111,112 was born about 1387 BC. He died113 in 1357 BC in Cruachain, Now, Rathcroghan, near Belanagare, County Roscommon, Connaught, Ireland. The cause of death was Slain by Sedne. He was buried in Cruachain, Now, Rathcroghan, near Belanagare, County Roscommon, Connaught, Ireland.
Silver shields were made, and four hourse chariots were first used in Ireland in the reign of this Monarch. he was slain b.c. 1357 by Sedne or Seadhna, of the line of Ir.

Twenty-sixth Generation
33554432. Main Or Maon Or Maen Or Maoin Of Ireland 114,115,116,117 .
Was kept out of the Monarchy by Eadna, of the line of heber Fionn. In his time silver shields were given as rewards for bravery to the Irish militia.

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67108864. The Big Headed One Aonghus Olmucaidh Or Oll Buagagh or Angus Olmuchada the large handed Of Leinster 118,119,120 was born before 1427 BC in , Leinster Province, Ireland. He died in 1409 BC in Battle of Carman, Carman, Now County Wexford, Leinster Province, Ireland.
In his reign the Picts again refused to pay the tribute imposed on them 250 years before by Heremon, but this Monarch went with a strong army into Alba and in thirty pitched battles overcame them and forced them to pay the required tribute. Aongus was at length slain by Eana or Eadna, in the battle of Carman, b. c. 1409.

Twenty-eighth Generation
134217728. Fiacha Labhrainn Of Munster 121,122,123 was born before 1472 BC in , , Ireland. He died124 in 1448 BC in Battle of Bealgadain, Now Bulgadan Townland, Kilbreedy Major Parish, Limerick, Munster Province, Ireland. He was buried in Battle of Bealgadain, Now Bulgadan Townland, Kilbreedy Major Parish, Limerick, Munster Province, Ireland.
Reigned 24 years; slew Eochaidh Faobharglas, of the line of heber, at the battle of Carman. During his reign all the inhabitants of Scotland were brought in subjection to the Irish Monarchy, and the conquest was secured by his son the 20th Monarch. Fiacha at length (b.c. 1448) fell in the battle of Bealgadain, by the hands of Eochaidh Mumho, the son of Moefeibhis, of the race of Heber Fionn.

Twenty-ninth Generation
268435456. Smiomghall Smiorguil 125,126,127,128 was born about 1495 BC in , , Ireland.
In his lifetime the Picts in Scotland were forced to abide by their oath, and pay homage to the Irish Monarch; seven large woods were also cut down.

Thirtieth Generation
536870912. Enboath Or Ganbrotha Or Iombotha Or Eanbrotha Mac Tighearnmhas 129,130,131,132 was born about 1545 BC in , , Ireland.
It was in this prince's lifetime that the Kingdom was divided in two parts by a line drawn from Drogheda to Limerick.

Thirty-first Generation

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1073741824. Ardrigh Tighearnmhas lord of Death Of Ireland 133,134,135,136 was born137 before 1620 BC. He died138 on 1 Nov 1543 BC in Magh Sleaght, Field of Adoration, Ballymagauran, Tullhaw Barony, County Cavan, Ireland. He was buried in Magh Sleaght, Field of Adoration, Ballymagauran, Tullhaw Barony, County Cavan, Ireland.
Allowed idols into Ireland. He imported the colors saffron, blue and green. He was the first Irish King to smelt gold. Was the 13th Monarch of Ireland, and reigned 77 years; according to Keating, he reigned but 50 years; he fought twenty-seven battles with the followers of the family of Heber Fionn, all which he gained. In his reign gold was mined near the Liffey, and skillfully worked by Inchadhan. this King also made a law that each grade of society should be known by the number of colors in its wearing apparel:--the clothes of a slave should be of one color; those of a soldier of two; the dress of a commanding officer to be of three colors; a gentleman's dress, who kept a table for the free entertainment of strangers, to be of four colours; five colours to be allowed to the nobility (the chiefs); and the King Queen, and Royal Family, as well as the Druids, historians, and other learned men to wear six colours. This king died, b.c. 1543, on the eve of 1st Nov, with two-thirds of the people of Ireland, at Magh Sleaght (or Field of Adoration), in the counrty of Leitrim, as he was adoring the Sun-God, Crom Cruach (a quo Macroom.) Historians say this Monarch was the first who introduced image worship in Ireland. This Tiernmas was the Monarch who set up the famous idol called "Crom Cruach" (literally, the crooked heap) on the plain of Magh Sleaght, now Fenagh, in the barony of Mohill, county of Leitrim. This idol was worshiped up to the time of St. Patrick, by whom it was destroyed. Among the idol worship of the ancient Irish at that time was that of the sun: The sun-worship which was that of the Magi or wise men of the East, who we are told in Scripture, were led to Bethlehem by divine inspiration to see the Infant Jesus. This monarch introduced certain distinctions in rank among the Irish, which were indicated by the wearing of certain colours, which, by some persons, is believed to have been the origin of the Scotch plaid. According to Keating, one color was used by the dress of a slave; two colours in that of a plebeian; three, in that of a soldier or young lord; four, in that of a brughaidh or public victualler; five, in that of a lord of a tuath or cantred; six colours in that of an ollamh or chief professor of any of the liberal arts, and in that of the king and queen.--Book of Rights.

Thirty-second Generation
2147483648. Foll-Aich Or Falach Or Fallin Or Follain Or Follamhan 139,140,141,142 .
Was kept out of the Monarchy by Conmaol, the slayer of his father, who usurped his place.

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Appendix A - Sources

1. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation (Limited American Edition, In Two Volumes Vol. 1 & 2 Murphy and McCarthy, Publishers, New York 1915John O'Hart was Assoc), 484. 2. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day SaintsMedieval History Specialist, Ireland2005). 3. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. (P. Murphy & Son, New York 1915), pg 355. 4. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 5. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 6. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 355. 7. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 8. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 9. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 355. 10. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 11. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 355. 12. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 13. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 355. 14. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 15. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 16. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 17. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 18. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 355. 19. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 20. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 21. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 355. 22. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 23. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 355. 24. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 25. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 26. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 27. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville (published by author 1978 , Repository: J.H. Garner), p 332, 333."s of Eochiadh II." 28. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 29. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 30. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 333. 31. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 355. 32. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 33. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 34. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 333. 35. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 355. 36. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 37. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 38. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 39. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 333. 40. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 41. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 42. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 333. 43. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 44. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 45. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 46. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 333. 47. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 48. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 58. 49. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 333.

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50. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 352. 51. John O'Donovan, The Genealogies, Tribes, and Customs of Hy-Fiachrach commonly called O'Dowda's Country (Dublin: Irish Archaeological Society 1993), 29. 52. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 53. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville ."s of Eochiadh Buiglaig, no mother." 54. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 55. Annals of Innisfallen , page 49. 56. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 57. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 58. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 59. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 334. 60. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 352. 61. Annals of Innisfallen , page 49. 62. Annals of Innisfallen , page 49. 63. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 64. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 334. 65. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 66. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 352. 67. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 68. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 69. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 334. 70. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 71. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 352. 72. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 73. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 74. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 334. 75. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 76. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 352. 77. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 78. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 79. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 334. 80. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 81. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 352. 82. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 83. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 84. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 85. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 86. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 334. 87. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 88. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 352. 89. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 90. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 91. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 334. 92. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 93. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 352. 94. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 95. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 96. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 334. 97. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 98. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 352. 99. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 100. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 352. 101. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 334. 102. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 103. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 104. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 105. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 335. 106. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484.

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107. 108. 109. 110. 111. 112. 113. 114. 115. 116. 117. 118. 119. 120. 121. 122. 123. 124. 125. 126. 127. 128. 129. 130. 131. 132. 133. 134. 135. 136. 137. 138. 139. 140. 141. 142.

John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 352. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 335. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 352. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 335. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 352. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 335. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 352. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 335. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 335. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 352. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 335. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 352. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 335. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 352. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 336. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The orgin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 352. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus

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INDEX

, Aedan Glas Or Aodhan Glas Or Aedhan Glas Or Aodh glas-105, 5 , Assaman Eamhna Or Eamhnadh Or Easamhuin Earnhna-143, 1 , Benia Or Finnia-246, 1 , Caesair Or Caesar Cruithach-226, 3 , Dein Or Deman Or Dian-110, 6 , Duach Laidhghrach The Vindictive, Or Quick Avenger Of Wrongs-156, 4 , Fionn or Finn-216, 1 , Fionnlaoch Or Findeoin Or Fionn Or Finlocha Ruadh-139, 1 , Foll-Aich Or Falach Or Fallin Or Follain Or Follamhan-116, 8 , Oilill Or Oilioll Or Olchaoin Or Ollchain Or Aolcheoin-108, 5 , Roighean Or Roynie Ruadh Or Roe Or Roignein Ruadh the red-142, 1 , Simeon Breac or Diomon Breac-159, 4 Bhreagh, Cobthach Caol-119, 3 Buaidhaig Or Bwaye, Eochaidh or Eochie the victorious-160, 3 Mac Cobthach Caol, Melg Or Meilge Or Melghe Molbhthach the praiseworthy-120, 2 Mac Tighearnmhas, Enboath Or Ganbrotha Or Iombotha Or Eanbrotha-114, 7 Maceochaidh, Ughaine Mór or Owgany or Hugony The Great-146, 3 Of Connaught, Gallchadh Or Giallchaidh-107, 5 Of Connaught, Rothachtaigh Or Raitheashtaigh or Roitheachtaigh-111, 6 Of Ireland, Conla Caomh Cealgach the comely154, 2 Of Ireland, Eochaidh Altleathan The Long Hair155, 2 Of Ireland, Iarn Gleo-Fhathach-225, 2 Of Ireland, Main Or Maon Or Maen Or Maoin227, 6 Of Ireland, Muireadhach Bolgrach Tireach-158, 4 Of Ireland, Nuadha Fionn Fail The Fortunate One-106, 5 Of Ireland, Olill Casfiacalach of the crooked teeth-153, 2 Of Ireland, Siorna Saoghalach Or Sirna Saoghalach the long lived-109, 6 Of Ireland, Tighearnmhas lord of Death-115, 8 Of Leinster, Aeneas Or Aonghus Tuireach Tamach-145, 2 Of Leinster, Aonghus Olmucaidh Or Oll Buagagh or Angus Olmuchada the large handed-112, 7

Of Munster, Eanna Aigneach Or Eanda Or Enda The Hospitable Agneach Or Aighnach-144, 1 Of Munster, Fiacha Labhrainn-113, 7 Smiorguil, Smiomghall-215, 7 Tolgrach, Fioachaidh or Fiacha-157, 4

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The Ancestors of Annselan O’ Cahan
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Ancestors of Foll-Aich Back to Lamech the Father of Noah
First Generation
1. Foll-Aich Or Falach Or Fallin Or Follain Or Follamhan 1,2,3,4 .
Was kept out of the Monarchy by Conmaol, the slayer of his father, who usurped his place.

Foll-Aich married Unknown .

Second Generation
2. Ardrigh Eithrail Or Ethriall Of Leinster 5,6,7 was born before 1670 BC. He died8 in 1650 BC in Battle of Soirrean, Soirrean, Leinster Province, Ireland. The cause of death was Killed by Conmhall son of Emer. He was buried in Irean, Tinnahinch Barrony, Leix or Queen's, Leinster Province, Ireland.
Reigned 20 years; and was slain by Conmaol, the son of Heber Fionn, at the battle of Soirrean, in Leinster, b. c. 1650. This was also a learned King, he wrote with his own hand the History of the Gaels ( or Gadelians); in his reign seven large woods were cleared and much advance made in the practice of agriculture. O Hart vol.1, page 352.

Third Generation
4. Ardrigh Irial Faidh Or Irialus Vates Or Iriell The Prophet Of Connaught 9,10,11,12 died13 in 1670 BC in Magh Muaagh, Now, Knockmoy, County Galway, Connaught, Ireland. He was buried14 in 1670 BC in Magh Muaagh, Now, Knockmoy, County Galway, Connaught, Ireland.
This was a very learned King; could foretell things to come; and caused much of the country to be cleared of ancient forrests. he likewise built seven royal palaces, viz., Rath Ciombaoith, Rath Coincheada, Rath Mothuig, Rath Buirioch, Rath Luachat, Rath Croicne, and Rath Boachoill. He won four remarkable battles over his enemies:--Ard Inmath, at Terabtha, where Stirne the son of Dubh, son of Fomar, was slain; the second battle was at Teanmhuige, against the Fomhoraice; where Eichtghe, their leader, was slain; the third was the battle of Loch Muighe, where Lugrot, the son of Moghfeibhis, was slain; and the fourth was the battle of Cuill Martho, where four sons of heber were defeated. Irial died in the second year after this battle, having reigned 10 years, and was buried at Magh Maugh.

Odhbha Of Judah in , , Ireland.
He was the seventh son of Milesius of Spain, but the third of the three sons who left any issue. From him were the descended the Kings, Nobility, and Gentry of the Kingdoms of Connaught, Dalriada, Leinster, Meath, Orgiall, Ossory, of Scotland, since the fifth century; of Ulster, since the fourth century; and of England, from the reign of King Henry II, down to the present time.

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He and his eldest brother Heber were, jointly, the first Milesian Monarchs of Ireland; they began to reign a.m. 3,500, or before Christ, 1699. After Heber was slain, b.c. 1698, Heremon reigned singly for fourteen years; during which time a certain colony called by the Irish Cruithneaigh, in English " Cruthneans' or Picts, arrived in Ireland and requested Heremon to assign then a part of the country to settle in, which he refused; but, giving them as wives the widows of the Tuatha de-Danans, slain in battle, he sent them with a strong party of his own forces to conquer the country then called "Alba", but now Scotland; conditionally, that they should be tributary to the Monarchs of ireland. Heremon died, b. c. 1683, and was succeeded by three of his four sons, named Muimne, Luigne, and Laighean, who reigned jointly for three years, and were slain by their Heberian successors. "Next we have another Nial, one of the ancestors of the Hy Nial tribe figuring in the descent of Ireland, made by the sons of Milesius. This Nial was one of the princes with Hermon the eighth son of Melius, who landed on the north east coast of Ireland. As the expedition was approaching land, the proclamation was made, that whoever first reached or touched the shore would possess it. As he stood in the bulwark of the vessel, his left hand resting thereon, his battleaxe in his right, he suddenly raised the latter and severed his left hand from the arm, dropping the battle-axe he seized the sinister hand with his dexter and cast it ashore, claiming the reward offered in the proclamation. His descendants afterwards exercised sovereignty over the north of Ireland, and the northern Eoganachts were introduced into the south about A. D. 550. These were a branch of the Hy Nail Tribe being the descendants of Eogan son of Nial Noy Giollach or Nial of the nine Hostages, who was King of Ireland A. D. 379, and from whose time the name Niel was a permanent patronymic." Milesian Families of Ireland by Heraldic Artists Limited, page 6, Published 1968 by same, no address given. Library Book # 941.5 D2gh, Salt Lake City Family history Library.

9. Tamar Thephi or Odhbha Of Judah 22,23 was born about 1700 BC. She died in Odhbha, County Meath, Leinster Province, Ireland.
"The Bible says only that the King's daughters, Jeremiah, and his scribe Baruch were forced to go to Egypt against the will of the Lordwho said that those who went to Egypt should be delivered unto death (Jeremiah 43:6,7, and 11). But it follows "...yet a small number that escape the sword shall return...into the land of Judah." (Jer 44:28) To Baruch the promise was given that "...thy life will I give unto thee...in all places whither thou goest." Jer. 45:1,5) It is usually believed that "...Here (Egypt) a curtain falls upon the life of the heroic prophet (Jeremiah) ... he met with a martyr's death." (R.L.O. Ottley, A Short History of the Hebrews, the Macmillian Co. New York, 1901) The Rev. F.R.A. Glover, who published his immortal work England the Remnant of Judah, (Rivington 1881) disagrees. He established the following points among others: 3. The appearance among the Irish of a Hebrew legislator in the sixth century B.C. 6. The marriage of the contemporaneous sovereign of Ireland to an Eastern, in fact, a Hebrew Princess. 7. the coronation on Jacob's Stone. (quoted by Reverend W.M. H. Milner, The Royal House of Britian, The Covenant Publishing Co., London, England, 1964, PP 6-7) In The Heritage of the Anglo-Saxon Race, (the Covenant Publishing Co. London, England, page 5) , it is written under the heading Princess Tamar Tephi: "that the royal party escaped Egypt seems certain; also that they returned to Jerusalem as fortold, and rescued from the ruined temple the Stone of Israel...Then...arrival on their shores of two eastern princesses, accompanied by an ancient prophet and Brug (Baruch) his scribe, bearing with them a sacred Stone. ...Here the younger princess appears to have married the ruler of the Zara-Gaza colony (Saragosse) ...the older princesses, with Jeremiah and Baruch set sail for Baal-Boa (Bilbao) intending to land in Denmark (or Danmark). They were, however, shipwrecked off the north coastal of Ulster (Ireland) ...at this time Eochaidh, a Prince of Judah, newly elected Heremon of all Ireland, was awaiting his coronation when tidings of the shipwreck were brought to him. Meeting the Princess Tamar Tephi, Eochaidh ...married her ... (both) standing on the sacred Stone of Destiny." She did not long survive her marriage. "A mound known as the Hill of Tara was erected over her remains." The same story was told by Anthony W. Ivins (1852-1934), who said: "Modern genealogists ...trace both

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the Tudor and the Stuart lines of kings ...directly back to the girl, Tamar Tephi." (Utah Genealogical and Historical Magazine, vol 23 pp. 608, quoted by Archibald F. Bennett, Birthright Blessings, Sunday School Lessons, 1942, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Salt Lake City, Utah)"

Came To Ireland 580 BC. Brought A Relic Of Antiquity Said To Be Jacob's Pillow, Relic Said To Be Carried To/From Egypt By Israelites. Later Called "The Stone Of Scone". Aka "Tea Tephi". From a book, LEWISES, MERIWETHERS AND THEIR KIN by Sarah Travers Lewis Anderson originally published in 1938: Authoriteis cited include Glover, Grimaldi, Tara, Vindicata, Bede KING DAVID - Solomon - Rehoboam - Abijah - Asa - Jehosaphat Jehoram - Ahaziah - Joash - Amaziah - Uzziah Jotham - Ahaz - Hezekiah - Manasseh - Amon - Josiah - Zedekiah Daughter of Zedekiah was Tea Tephi who married Eochaidh the HEREMON. Tea Tephi, "Daughter of God's House", Princess from the House of David, came to Ireland 580 BC and brought with her a relic of immemorial antiquity said to be Jacob's pillow, and to have been carried to and from Egypt with the Israelites. It was later called "The Stone of Scone". Her husband, Eochaidh was descended from Judah. (Totten, Feilden) From Tea Tephi and Eochaidh descended: Ungaine the Great Angus the Prolific __________________________________ l l Kings in Ireland Kings in Scotland -------------------------------------------Enna Fiachra or Ferchand Labhra Luite Fergus I Blathachta Manius or Maine Easamhuin Dornadil or Arandil Roignein Reuthar Finlocha ? Finn Elders or Edersceol Eochaidh Feidhlioch ? Brias Fineamhuas ? (A.D. Commences) Lughaaidh Riebdearg ? Crimthann Conaire the Great Fearadhach Corbred I Tuathal Corbred II Conn of the 100 Battles Modha Lamha SARAID ------married------Conaire II _____________l_________________ (back to a horizontal generation listing) Lineal Descendants of Saraid and Conaire II: -----------------------------------------------------------------------

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Corbred Dalriada or Reuda - Eochaidh or Etholdius Athirco of Athirkwr - Findachar - Thrinklind - Fincormach Romaich - Angus - Eochaidh of Ethod - Erc, Erch or Erth Fergus The Great (died A.D. 506) - Dongrad - Govran Aydan - Eugene or Eochiad - Donald - Ethach - Ethdre Ethafind or Ethfin - Ethas or Achaios - Alpin KENNETH MacALPIN. first King of ScotlandConstatine - Donald VI - Malcolm - Kenneth II - Malcolm II Beatrix - Duncan - Malcolm Canmore (married Margaret of England) Matilda (married Henry I) - Maud or Matilda (md Geoffrey Plantagenet) Henry II - John - Henry III - Edward I - Edward II - EDWARD III -------------------------------------------------------------------Lineal Descendants of Edward III ---------------------------------------------------------Lionel married Lady Elizabeth de Burgh Phillippa married Sir Edward Mortimer Elizabeth Mortimer married Henry Hotspur Henry Pearcy, Earl of Northumberland Henry Pearcy Earl of Northumberland Margaret Percy married Sir William Gascoigne Elizabeth Gascoigne married Sir George Talbois Ann Talbois married Sie Edward Dymoke Frances Dymoke married Sir Thomas Windebank Mildred Windebank married Robert Reade Col. George Reade married Mildred Martian Mildred Reade married Col. Augustine Warner II Elizabeth Warner married Col. John Lewis II of "Warner Hall, Glouster, Virginia ca. 1700. This families produced among others, Meriwether Lewis and George Washington .......... Reigned 1048-1015 BC.

Fifth Generation
16. Milesius or Mileag Espaine or Hispania Of Spain 24,25,26,27,28 was born29 in Brigantia, Now Corunna, Galicia, Spain. He died30 before 1699 BC in Braganza, Spain. The cause of death was pestilence that lasted one day. He married Scota Of Egypt in Egypt.
The Gaelic Migration to Ireland "Researchers interested in tracing climatic changes of the past tell us that in the 1,000's B.C. southern Europe suffered a long, hot, dry climatic change. Irish tradition places Mile in Spain during this period. The old records say that the heads of the Gaelic clans were called together and the seriousness of the situation discusses as many of their cattle were dying for lack of grass. A decision was reached that they should undertake a move to the "Green Island." The Druids had predicted for several generations that the Gaels would have a homeland on an island far to the west. The trip wasn't as formidable as one would suspect. It's believed that the Phoenicians of the period made regular trading visits to Ireland and as far north as the Scandanavian countries. A warm current flows north-west out of the Bay of Biscay. Following this current, ships would pass south and west of Ireland. Skirting the coast of Spain and France as far as present day Brest, a ship could probably

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make the south coast of Ireland in four or five days from the French coast. Nevertheless, it was not without the hazard of adverse winds and occasional storms. While the planned move progressed, Mile died. In a meeting the chielfs decided that Scota, wife of Mile, should lead the invasion. Although Scota probably came from the settled culture, she had speedily adopted nomadic ways. The evidence being her willingness to assume responsibilities reserved only for men in most settled cultures. Nomadic women often assumed leadership, even in battle. The Milesians were a numerous host and a fleet of ships was required to transport them and their chattel. As the expedition approached the Irish shore, turbulent wind and waves beset the armada. The old texts give credit to the Druids of the Tuatha de Danann in hampering their landing. What ever the cause, many people and goods were lost. Once on shore, the Gaels were attacked in force by the Tuatha de Danann. Queen Scota was killed in this battle. The Gaels were fierce and determined fighters, eventually gaining victory over the Tuatha. In making peace after the battle, the Tuatha agreed to live in the underground shelters which they normally occupied in winter. The surface land was to belong to the Gaels. This arrangement gave rise to the stories of "the little people" of Ireland. Only three of Mile's sons survived the landing. They were HEREMON, HEBER and IR, along with LUGHAID, son of their uncle ITH. The Gaels held council and divided Ireland between them. Heremon chose the Northern half, a portion of which was granted to his brother IR. The southern half of the island went to Heber. He in turn, granted the southwest corner of his territory to his cousin Lughaid. The artisans who came with them from Spain were divided equally between the north and south. In Spain, genealogies were determined by a father/son relationship. Wave and war had so disrupted the community that an additional form of relationship was devised. From the Migration forward, a genealogical relationship to a king could be established by living for a time in a particular king's territory." pp. I-14 thru I-16, A Guide to Irish Roots, by William and Mary Durning. Milesius, in his youth and during his father's lifetime, went into Scythia, where he was kindly received by the king of that country, who gave him his daughter in marriage, and appointed him General of his forces. In this capacity Milesius defeated the king's enemies, gained much fame, and the love of the king's subjects. His growing greatness and popularity excited against him the jealousy of the king; who, fearing the worst, resolved on privately dispatching Milesius out of the way, for, openly, he dare not attempt it. Admonished of the king's intentions in his regard, Milesius slew him; and thereupon quitted Scythia and retired to Egypt with a fleet of sixty sail. Pharaoh Nectonibus, then King of Egypt, being informed of his arrival and of his great valour, wisdom, and conduct in arms, made him General of all his forces against the king of Ethiopia then invading his country. here, as in Scythia, Milesius was victorious; he forced the enemy to submit to the conqueror's own terms of peace. By these exploits Milesius found great favour with Pharaoh, who gave him, being then a widower, his daughter Scota in marriage; and kept him eight years afterwards in Egypt. During the sojourn of Milesius in Egypt, he employed the most ingenious and able persons among his people to be instructed in the several trades, arts, and sciences used in Egpt; in order to have them taught to the rest of his people on his return to Spain. The original name Milesius of Spain was, as already mentioned, "Galamh" (gall: Irish, a stranger; amh, a negative affix), which means no stranger: meaning that he was no stranger in Egypt, where he was called "Milethea Spaine, " which afterwards contracted to "Mile Spaine" (meaning the Spanish Hero), and finally to "Milesius" (mileadh: Irish, a hero; Latin miles, a soldier). At length Milesius took leave of his father-in-law, and steered towards Spain; where he arrived to the great joy and comfort of his people; who were much harassed by the rebellion of the natives and by the intrusion of other foreign nations that forced in after his father's death, and during his long absence from Spain. With these and those he often met; and, in fifty-four battles, victoriously fought, he routed, destroyed, and totally extirpated then out of the country, which he settled in peace and quietness.

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In his reign a great dearth and famine occurred in Spain, of twenty six years' continuance, occasioned, as well by reason of the former troubles which hindered the people from cultivating and manuring the ground, as for want of rain to moisten the earth; but Milesius superstitiously believed the famine to have fallen upon him and his people as a judgement and punishment from the gods, for their negligence in seeking out the country destined for their final abode, so long before foretold by Cachear their Druid or magician, as already mentioned--the time limited by the prophecy for the accomplishment thereof being now nearly, if not fully, expired. To expiate his fault and to comply with the will of the gods, Milesius, with the general approbation of his people, sent his uncle Ithe, with his son Lughaidh [Luy], and one hundred and fifty stout men to bring them an account of those western islands; who according, arriving at the island since then called Ireland, and landing in that part of it now called Munster, left his son with fifty of his men to guard the ship, and with the rest travelled about the island. Informed, among other things, that the three sons of Cearmad, called Mac-Cuill, Mac Ceacht, and Mac Greine, did then and for thirty years before rule and govern the island, each for one year, in his turn; and that the country was called after the names of the three queens--Eire, Fodhla, and Banbha, respectively: one year called "Eire, " the next "Fodhla, " and the next "Banbha..," as their husbands reigned in their regular turns; by which names the island is ever since indifferently called, but most commonly "Eire, " because that Mac Cuill, the husband of Eire, ruled and governed the country in his turn the year the Clan-na-Mile (or the sons of Milesius) arrived and conquered Ireland. And being further informed that the three brothers were then at their palace at Aileach Neid, in the north part of the country, engaged in the settlement of some disputes concerning their family jewels, Ithe directed his course thither; sending orders to his son to sail about with his ship and the rest of his men, and meet him there. ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------"Spain was first peopled after the Deluge by the descendants of Iber who were called Iberes and Iberi; the country, Iberia; and its chief river, Ebro. The Phoenicians in the early ages settled in Iberia, and gave it the name of Spania, from "Span," which, in their language, signified a rabbit--as the place abounded in rabbits; by the Romans the country was called Hispania; and by the Spaniards, Espana, which had been anglicised Spain." O Hart vol. 1. page 13-16 "So careful, however, were the Milesian colonists of their genealogies, that they maintained a clas of men to record and preserve them; for, with them a man's right of inheritance to property depended on his genealogy, except where "might" tok the place of "right". O Hart vol.1 page 17.

17. Scota Of Egypt 31,32 was born in , Egypt. She died33 in 1699 BC in Sliabh Mis, Clahane Townland, Annagh Parish, Troughanacmy Barony, County Kerry, Munster Province, Ireland. She was buried in Clahane Townland, Annagh Parish, Troughanacmy Barony, County Kerry, Munster Province, Ireland.
There is a legend that the origin of the Stone of Destiny used in Scotland until the reign of Edward I when we brought the stone back to England as a treasure of war for the English Kings to use during their coronation was originally brought to Scotland by Scota, daughter of Pharaoh. It was said that Moses had prophesied that whoever bore that stone with him should bring broad lands under the yoke of his lordship. Whence from Scota the land is called Scotland which was formerly called Alba or Albany from Albanactus. (Research):The link between the Irish Pharoah and the Egyptian one is for research purposes only this still needs to be proven.

Sixth Generation
32. Bille Of Galicia 34,35,36,37,38 died39 in , Spain. He married Buan.

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33. Buan 40 . 34. Nebireyerawet I Swadjenre' Of Egypt 41 was born about 1660 BC in of Egypt. He died about 1620 BC.
The Encycolpedia of Ancient Egypt by Margaret Bunson; Facts on File:New York, page 183.

Seventh Generation
64. Breoghan or Brigus or Breogan "Son Of Fire" Glas 42,43,44,45,46 was born in Gothia Getulia, Later Known As Carthage, now, Tunis, Tunisia. He died in Brigantia, Now Corunna, Galicia, Spain.
"According to Mariana and other Spanish historians, the "Brigantes" (a people so called after Breoghan, or Bringus, the grandfather of Milesius of Spain), were some of the Brigas or Phrygians of Asia Minor; and were the same people as the ancient Trojans! . . . Brigantia (now Corunna), a city in Galicia (where the Gaels settled), in the north of Spain, was founded by that Breoghan or Brigus; and from Brigantia the Brigantes came to Ireland with the Milesians. According to Ptolemy's Map of Ancient Ireland, the Brigantes inhabited the territories in Leinster and Munster, now forming the counties of Wexford, Waterford, Tipperary, Kilkenny, Carlow, and Queen's County; and the native Irish of these territories, descended from the Brigantes, were, up to a recent period, remarkable for their tall or gigantic stature." O Hart pages 9-10 ---------In the Galician Mythological cycle, Breogán (or Breoghan or Breachdan) was a powerful chieftain of one of that Celtic tribes that established and founded Brigantium, i.e. the present town of A Coruña. Breogán is perhaps the most known of all the legendary names in the Galician Mythology because he was included in the lyrics of our national anthem. He became a national symbol in the same way that Cuchulainn became a national figure in Ireland. ----------

68. Pharoah Of Egypt Sobekemsaf II Of Egypt 47 was born about 1685 BC in of Avaris, Egypt. He died about 1622 BC in of Tell El-Yahudiyeh, Egypt. He married Nubkhas Or Nubkha-Es Of The Hyksos.
The Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt by Margaret Bunson; Facts on File:New York, page 128.

69. Nubkhas Or Nubkha-Es Of The Hyksos 48 was born about 1680 BC in of Tell ElYahudiyeh, Egypt.

Eighth Generation
128. Brath or Bratha 49,50,51,52,53 was born54 in Gothia Getulia, Later Known As Carthage, now, Tunis, Tunisia. He died55 in Gallaeci, Galicia, La Coruña, Spain. 136. 16th Dynasty Yakobamm Of Egypt 56 .

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Ninth Generation
256. Deag or Deagha or Deagfatha or Deaghatha 57,58,59,60,61 was born62,63 in Gothia Getulia, Later Known As Carthage, now, Tunis, Tunisia. He died64,65 in Gothia Getulia, Later Known As Carthage, now, Tunis, Tunisia.
He took the line from Scythia to Spain.

272. 16th Dynasty Anather or Heka Khaswt Anather Of Egypt 66 was born in of Thebes, Egypt.

Tenth Generation
512. Areadh or Arcadh or Earcada or Earchada 67,68,69,70,71 was born72 in Gothia Getulia, Later Known As Carthage, now, Tunis, Tunisia. He died73 in Gothia Getulia, Later Known As Carthage, now, Tunis, Tunisia. 544. 15th Dynasty Apepi II Aqen-En-Re or Apophis Ii or Au-Ser-Re or Awoserre Of Egypt 74 was born in Avaris, Nile Delta, Egypt. He died in Avaris, Nile Delta, Egypt.
The Encyclopedia of Ancient Egypt by Margaret Bunson; Facts on File:New York, page 128.

Eleventh Generation
1024. Alladh or Alldod or Alloid or Alluid Of Gothia 75,76,77,78,79 was born80 in Gothia Getulia, Later Known As Carthage, now, Tunis, Tunisia. He died81 in Gothia Getulia, Later Known As Carthage, now, Tunis, Tunisia. 1088. 15th Dynasty Apepi I Auserre Of Egypt 82 .

Twelfth Generation
2048. Nuadhad or Nuadha or Niagatt or Nuadhat 83,84,85,86,87 was born88 in Gothia Getulia, Later Known As Carthage, now, Tunis, Tunisia. He died89 in Gothia Getulia, Later Known As Carthage, now, Tunis, Tunisia. 2176. 15th Dynasty Khyan or Khian or Se-User-En-Re Of Egypt 90 .

Thirteenth Generation

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4096. Nenuall or Neanual or Nein or Nenuaill or Nenal 91,92,93,94,95 was born96 in Gothia Getulia, Later Known As Carthage, now, Tunis, Tunisia. He died97 in Gothia Getulia, Later Known As Carthage, now, Tunis, Tunisia. 4352. 15th Dynasty Yakubher Mer-User-Re Of Egypt 98 .

Fourteenth Generation
8192. Feibric or Feabbla or Eibric Glas or Eimhear G|las 99,100,101,102,103 was born104 in Gothia Getulia, Later Known As Carthage, now, Tunis, Tunisia. He died105 in Gothia Getulia, Later Known As Carthage, now, Tunis, Tunisia. 8704. 15th Dynasty Sheshi Ma-Yeb-Re Of Egypt 106 .

Fifteenth Generation
16384. Agnan Fionn Fionn 107,108,109,110,111 was born112 in Gothia Getulia, Later Known As Carthage, now, Tunis, Tunisia. He died113 in Gothia Getulia, Later Known As Carthage, now, Tunis, Tunisia.

Sixteenth Generation
32768. Heber or Heber Glun Fion or Eibhear Gluinfhionn Glunfionn 114,115,116,117 was born118 in Gothia Getulia, Later Known As Carthage, now, Tunis, Tunisia. He died in Gothia Getulia, Later Known As Carthage, now, Tunis, Tunisia.

Seventeenth Generation
65536. King Laimfionn or Lamb Fionn Lamhfionn 119,120,121 was born in Scythia, Now near Ryzanovka, Ukraine. He died122 in Gothia Getulia, Later Known As Carthage, now, Tunis, Tunisia.
Built Carthage.

Eighteenth Generation
131072. Aghnon Or Agnan Or Agnamhan Agnomon Or Aghenoin 123,124,125,126,127 was born in Scythia, Now near Ryzanovka, Ukraine. He died in near, Caspian Sea.

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Nineteenth Generation
262144. Tat or Tait 128,129,130,131 was born132 in Scythia, Now near Ryzanovka, Ukraine.

Twentieth Generation
524288. Aghaimhain or Oghaman or Ogaman Of Scythia 133,134,135,136 was born in Scythia, Now near Ryzanovka, Ukraine.
Death Date Imported:Ireland Aka Chenres. 1736 BC

Twenty-first Generation
1048576. Beogaman or Boamhain or Beouman or Beman 137,138,139 was born in Scythia, Now near Ryzanovka, Ukraine. He married Thoi. 1048577. Thoi 140,141 .
Aka Nebka In Egypt.

Twenty-second Generation
2097152. Heber or Eber Scott 142,143,144 was born in Campus Cyrunt, Egypt. He died in Scythia, Now near Ryzanovka, Ukraine. The cause of death was Slain in battle by Noemus. 2097154. Boibus 145,146 .

Twenty-third Generation
4194304. Sruth or Sru or Sur or Srue 147,148,149,150 was born in 1250 BC in Campus Cyrunt, Egypt. He died in Isle of Crete, Greece.
Sruth, soon after his father's death, was set upon by the Egyptians, on acount of their former animosities towards their predecessors for having taken part with the Israelites against them; which animosities until they lay raked up in the embers, and now broke out in a flame to that degree, that after many battles and conflicts, wherein most of his colony lost their lives; Sruth was forced with a few remaining to depart the country; and, after many traverses at sea, arrived at the Island of Creta (now caled Candia), where he paid his last tribute to nature." O Hart vol.1 page 49.

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4194308. Simion 151,152 .
Aka Hudjefa In Egypt.

Twenty-fourth Generation
8388608. Asruth or Esru or Easru or Easur or Essrue 153,154,155,156 was born in Campus Cyrunt, Egypt. He died in Campus Cyrunt, Egypt. 8388616. Mair or Neferkaseker 157,158 .

Twenty-fifth Generation
16777216. King Gadel or Gadhol or Gaodhal or Gathelus or Gael Glas 159,160,161,162,163 was born in 1570 BC in Capacyront, Campus Cyrunt, Egypt. He died in Campus Cyrunt, Egypt.
Inishowen its History, Traditions and Antiquites by Maghtochair, published by Mrs. Peggy Simpson 20 Jul, 1867, page 10.

16777232. Ethactus 164,165 .

Twenty-sixth Generation
33554432. King Of Scythia Niall or Niul or Neale 166,167,168,169 was born in 1650 BC in Scythia, Now near Ryzanovka, Ukraine. He died in of Campus Cyrunt, Egypt. He married Princess Scota in , Egypt.
Opened a school in the Valley of Shinar, near the city of Aeothena with his father. On account of Niul's great reputation for learning, Pharaoh invited him to Egypt; gave him the land of Campus Cyrunt, near the Red Sea, to inhabit; and his daughter Scota in marriage. O Hart vol.1, page 30 Inishowen its History, Traditions and Antiquites by Maghtochair, published by Mrs. Peggy Simpson 20 Jul, 1867, page 9. He was sent by his father to the African coast at the request of the Egyptians. He was to found a language school for their mariners. he became the ancestor of the Gaels who eventually found their way to Ireland. Source Tottens "old Irish Genealogies and 1 Chr 2:6 "Nial journeyed into Egypt, where he was united in marriage to Scota, daughter of Pharaho Cincris, the King of the country. He had a son Gaodhal, of whom it is related that (at or about the time of Moses was preparing to conduct the Children of Israel out of Egypt) he was bitten by a serpent and cured by a touch

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of the wand in the hands of that great prophet, who then foretold to him that his descendants should inhabit an island where there were no serpents, nor any other noxious reptiles. This is actually true of Crete and Ireland, of which his descendants were, and are now inhabitants of the latter. After Moses cured the wound, the scar always remained green, from which circumstance Gaodhal received the surname of Glas, which means green, and combining the names Gadelas, which gave his descendants the distinctive name of Gadelians. This circumstance is kept in remembrance by the armorial bearings of many families of Ireland. In the third generation from Gaodhal, his posterity became very numerous and excited the jealousy of the Egyptians, who drove them out of their country, under the leadership of Sur, son of Easur, son of Gaodhal, and in the time of Pharaoh en Tine. The Gadelians, under Sur, journeyed to the Island of Crete, where they landed and established themselves, and Sur died. Heber Scot, his son, succeeded him as leader and governor." Melesian Families of Ireland edited by Heraldic Artists limited, 1968 page 11, published by same - no city given. had a descendent Riffoir ruler or Scythia when Milesius came to visit from Spain. ------"It was this Niul that employed Gaodhal [Gael], son of Ethor, a learned and skillful man, to compose or rather refine and adorn the language, called Bearia Tobbai, which was common to all Nuil's posterity, and afterwards called Gaodhlig (or Gaelic), from the said Gaodhal who composed or refined it; and for his sake also Niul called his own eldest son "Gaodhal." O Hart Vol. 1 page 48 had a descendent Riffoir ruler or Scythia when Milesius came to visit from Spain.

33554433. Princess Scota 170,171,172 was born in Egypt. She died in Egypt.

33554464. Authak 173,174 .

Twenty-seventh Generation
67108864. The Inventor Of Letters Phoeniusa Farsaidh or Fenius Faraidh or Feniusa Farsa the Antiquary Of Scythia 175,176,177,178 was born in Scythia, Now near Ryzanovka, Ukraine. He died about 1700 BC in , Syria.
King of Scythians Inishowen its History, Traditions and Antiquites by Maghtochair, published by Mrs. Peggy Simpson 20 Jul, 1867, page 9. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Scythia, name given by the ancient Greeks after about 800BC to the homeland of the Scythians in the southeast part of Europe, eastward from the Carpathian Mountains to the Don River; this region was seized by the Sarmatians in the 4th century BC and became known as Sarmatia. The name Scythia was sometimes applied by ancient geographers to the greater part of southeastern Europe and Central Asia, from the Danube River to the mountains of Turkistan. "Scythia," Microsoft® Encarta® Encyclopedia 99. © 1993-1998 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------"After the confusion of tongues at the Tower of Babel, Phoeniusa Farsaidh, king of Scythia, and the inventor of Letters, as above mentioned, employed learned men to go among the dispersed multitude to learn their several languages; who, when these men returned well skilled in what they went for, opened a school in the Valley of Shinar, near the city of AEothena, where, with his younger son Niul, he remained teaching for twenty years. On account of Niul's great reputation for learning, Pharaoh invited

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him into Egypt; gave him the land of Campus Cyrunt, near the Red Sea, to inhabit; and his daughter Scota in marriage.

The ancient Irish historians tell us that the river "Nile" was so called after Niul; and that scota, his wife, was the daughter of Pharaoh who (Exodus ii 5) rescued the infant Moses from drowning in the Nile: hence, it is said, the great interest which Niul and Scota took in the welfare and education of Moses; the affection which Moses entertained for them and their son Gaodhal; and the friendship which long afterwards existed between Feine' and the Israelites in the land of Promise. Such was the intimacy between Moses and Niul, that, we are told, Moses invited him to go on board one of Pharaoh's ships on the Red Sea, to witness the miracle (Exodus xiv. 16-18) to be performed by the Great I AM, the God of the Israelites, in their deliverance from Egyptian bondage; but, on account of his being the son-in-law of Pharaoh, Niul, while sympathising with the Israelites in their great affliction, asked Moses to excuse him for declining the invitation. Then Moses held Niul excused." O Hart page 30. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------"For three successive generations the descendants of the Feine', who, under the chieftaincy of Niul here mentioned, settled in Egypt, possessed and inhabited the territory near the Red Sea which was granted to him and his people by Pharaoh. Because, however, of the sympathy which Niul and his colony had manifested for Moses and the Israelites in bondage, the Egyptians forced Sruth, son of Asruth, son of Gaodhal, son of the said Niul, to leave Egypt, himself and his colony; when after some traverses at sea, Sruth and the surviving portion of his people (who were known as Phoene' or Feine', as well as Gaels,) reached the island of Creta, where he died. ...O Hart page 31. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

67108866. Cincris Of The Hyksos Of Egypt 179,180 was born in , Egypt. He died in drowned Red Sea, Egypt. 67108928. Ethec 181,182 .

Twenty-eighth Generation
134217728. Baoth or Baath 183,184,185 was born in Scythia, Now near Ryzanovka, Ukraine.
" Upon the division of the earth by Noah amongst his sons, and by Japhet of his part thereof amongst his sons, Scythia came to Baoth's lot; whereof he and his posterity were kings. Thus in Scythia, in Central Asia, far from the scene of Babel, the Valley of Shinar (the Magh Senaar of the ancient Irish Annalists), it is considered that Baoth and his people took no part with those of Shem and Ham in their inpious attempt at the building of that tower, that therefore, on that head, they did not incur the displeasure of the Lord; and that, hence, the lasting vitality of the Celtic language! According to the Four Masters, the Celtic language was the Scythian; which was, from Gaodhal, who " refined it and adorned it," afterwards called Gaodhilg or "Gaelic. There is reason to believe that the Scythian was the language of our First Parents. As the Celtis, Teutonic, and Slavonic nations were of Scythian origin, so was the Scythian language the parent stock of all the dialects spoken by those nations." O Hart page 9. "...The name "Scythian" was applied to those nations who displayed skill in hunting and the use of the bow. ...The word Scythian is derived from the Celtic word sciot, which, in the Irish language signifies a dart or arrow..." O Hart pages 13-14. Inishowen its History, Traditions and Antiquites by Maghtochair, published by Mrs. Peggy Simpson 20 Jul, 1867, page 9.

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"Baath was the brother of Fathochta. Baath had a son named FEINIUS FARSAIDH. Feinius remained in the homeland and was a Scythian king. He was gifted with a broad based understanding of language. He spoke not only his own dialect but was fluent in the languages of the settled tribes surrounding his kingdom. Some old historians credit him with the creation of the Celtic language. In his time, this new language was understood by many different tribes because of the loan words it contained. In the mid 1700's B.C., a mysterious folk called the HYKSOS invaded Egypt. They were successful in part because they employed the horse-drawn chariot, while the Egyptians fought on foot. Some researchers credit the Scythians as the first users of this weapon. The Hyksos may have been a Semitic tribe who joined the Scythians. As conquerors, the Hyksos were both plunderers and businessmen. They studied the Egyptian navigation of the Nile and saw the expansion of shipping in the Mediterranean as opportunity for immense profits. One problem was the fact that Egyptian sailors were not familiar with European languages. One of the Hyksos kings was aware of Feinius' talent with language and sent a messenger to him asking that someone of equal skill be sent to teach the European language to their sea captains. Feinius' son, NUIL " of the languages" was selected to go to Egypt. His mission was so successful that the Pharoah gave this prince his daughter, SCOTA, in marriage. Their first son was named GADEL. His skill in language was so great that it became the name of a people who eventually found their way to Ireland. The Hyksos, like most nomadic peoples, abhorred physical labor. Egyptians were left in charge of most of the routine tasks. Skilled persons were imported as needed and slaves were often purchased to perform physical labor. It is quite possible that the Hebrew named JOSEPH (Genesis 37:12-36) was sold into Egyptian slavery at this time. The Hyksos remained in Egypt about 150 years. Eventually the Egyptian princes gained sufficient strength to buy off the Hyksos. Their band of 240,000 were paid to retreat to what is now Palestine. They melded into the general population who later times would be called the Canaanites or Phoenicians. Among the projects of the new native Pharaohs was the construction of many cities. Apparently both native Egyptians and Hebrews, were conscripted for this task. It seems the Gaels remained some time in Egyptian controlled territory. Indications are that they departed or were expelled between the departure of the Hyksos and the exodus of the Hebrews. Leaving the African continent, the Gaels sailed across the Mediterranean where they were rejected by relatives in Scythia. Eventually, the clan migrated to Spain, establishing a homeland and once more began to practice their age old profession of cattle herding. In Spain, the usual territorial conflict between nomad and settled population erupted. The Gaelic hero of this period was Mile (also called Gallam and Milesius) whose title was "Mileg Espaine" - Mile, the soldier of Spain". Mile's first wife was SEAUG who died shortly after the birth of their second child. Shock of this loss caused Mile to wish to return to the clan's ancient homeland. Fortunately, word of his exploits in Spain had come to the attention of numerous rulers around the Mediterranean. Visiting Scythia, he was welcomed and appointed general of the armies of the king. His success brought him to the attention of the current pharaoh in Egypt. Traveling to Egypt he again found himself head of an army. Once more proving his military leadership, the pharaoh rewarded Mile with the hand of his daughter, SCOTA (second of this name in Irish history). Mile traveled the Mediterranean visiting the Phoenicians at the site of a newly founded city, later known in history as Carthage. Eventually, he returned to Spain where his six children were born." pp.I-9 through I-11, A Guide to Irish Roots, Including Celts, Vikings, Normans, Kings, Queens and Commoners. by William and Mary Durning.

134217856. Oath 186,187 .

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268435456. Magog 188,189,190,191,192,193 was born about 2455 BC. He died in of Suecia, Gothland, Sweden. He married Targ.
1-13 Inishowen its History, Traditions and Antiquites by Maghtochair, published by Mrs. Peggy Simpson 20 Jul, 1867, page 9. " Magog was the son of Japhet, from whom the Milesian Irish Nation is descended; he was contemporary with the building of Nineveh, and his son Boath was contemporary with Nimrod. Upon the division of the earth by Noah, amongst his sons, and by Japhet of his part thereof amongst his sons, Scythia, came to Boath's lot; whereof he and his posterity were kings. Thus in Scythia, in Central Asia, far from the scene of Babel, the Valley of Shinar (the Magh Senaar of the ancient Irish annalists), it is considered that Baoth and his people took no part with those of Shem and Ham in their impious attempt at the building of that Tower; that therefore, on that head, they did not incur the displeasure of the Lord; and that, hence, the lasting vitality of the Celtic language! According to the Four Masters, the Celtic language was the Scythian; which was, from Gaodhal, who " refined and adorned it," afterwards called Gaodhilg or "Gaelic". There is reason to believe that Scythian was the language of our First Parents. As the Celtic, Teutonic, and Slavonic nations were of dialects spoken by those nations. The Celtic or Gaelic was the language of Ireland; in which were written the ancient Irish records, annals, and chronicles.: O Hart vol. 1, page 9. "Magog with his family first took possession of Suecia, or Swedland, Gothland, A.M. 1744, after the Flood 88 years, before the first dispersion from Shinar 66 years, and therefore it is justly rejected, as a vain boasting ill told; for all nations dispersed from Shinar. He reigned 1744-1787, A.M." Surname Book and Racial History, page 278.

268435457. Targ 194 was born about 2450 BC. 268435712. Heber or Scut 195,196 .

Thirtieth Generation
536870912. Japheth Or Iapeth Ben Noah 197,198,199,200,201,202,203,204,205,206,207 was born208 in 2494 BC. He married Olivana Adâtanêsês.
Genesis, Chapter 5: Noah begat Shem, Ham & Japeth after he was 500 years old The Irish Annals indicate that a descendent of Japeth named Parthalon father of the Parthalonians was the first inhabitants of Ireland in 2200 b.c. they came to Ireland from Macedonia by way of Iberia. They died off three hundred years later being swept away be famine and pestilence. Noah gave Japheth the rest of Asia beyond the Euphrates together with Europe to Gades or Cadiz. He had fifteen sons, amongst whom he divided Europe and part of Asia which his father had allotted to him. Book of Jasher, Salt Lake City 1887, Published by J. H. Parry and Company, page 10

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536870914. Colaxias 211 . 536871424. Esraa 212,213 .

Thirty-first Generation
1073741824. Noah Or Nuh Or Noe Or Gabrial Or Menachem Or Or Noeas Ben Lamech 214,215,216,217,218,219,220,221,222,223,224,225,226,227,228 was born229 in 2944 BC. He died230 in 1933 BC. He was buried in Mt. Lubar in the Land of Ararat. He married Emzârâ Or Naamah Coba.
Genesis, Chapter 5: Noah begat Shem, Ham & Japeth after he was 500 years old 23-38 spells name as "Noe" Ice Age theory: "In 1836, Louis Agassiz, a young Swiss naturalist and others first coined the term Die Eiszeit, (The Ice Age) and "added from half a million to a million years to the recent history of the world." (Velikovsky, Earth in Upheaval, p. 34-37) The flood came in -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------The noted historian Moses Khorenatsi about the Sixth Century A.D. mentions that Noah was also called Xisutra in ancient records. He refers to a Greek wise man named Olympiodorus who informed him, "there is a Book about Xisutra and his sons that can now nowhere be found, in which they say is the following account...." Jubilees 8:15-16 "... And Noah slept with his fathers, and was buried on Mount Lubar in the land of Ararat." 1 Flood 2344 b. c. to 2343 b.c. Followed by ice age According to Genesis 7:6-11 the flood occured when Noah was 600 years 2 months 17 days old (see also Genesis 9:28); however , according to Genesis 5:32 and Genesis 11:10, the flood occurred when Noah was 598 years old or 1655 year of creation. [At this point I have deleted the lengthy accounts of a great flood, as found in legends of people all over the world. - Bill Buchanan] Edmund Bohun, 1853 Royal Genealogies of Magna Carte Barons

1073741825. Emzârâ Or Naamah Coba 231,232,233 .
Jubilees 4:33 "Noah took to himself a wife, and her name was Emzara, ... the daughter of his father's brother,"

1073741826. Eliakim 234,235 . 1073741828. Targitaus 236 .Targitaus married Daughter Of Borysthenes. 1073741829. Daughter Of Borysthenes 237 .

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1073742848. Hisran 238,239 .

Thirty-second Generation
2147483648. Lamech Or Lamk The Strong Youth 240,241,242,243,244,245,246,247,248,249 was born250 in 3126 BC. He died251 in 2349 BC. He married Bêtênôs or Ashmua Bat Baraki'il.
Edmund Bohun, 1853 Royal Genealogies of Magna Carte Barons Genesis, Chapter 5: Lamech begat Noah when he was 182 years old and he died at the age of 777 Birth Genesis 5:25 and death Genesis 5:31 Book of Jasher, Salt Lake City 1887, Published by J. H. Parry and Company, page 9

2147483649. Bêtênôs or Ashmua Bat Baraki'il 252,253,254 .
Book of Jasher, Salt Lake City 1887, Published by J. H. Parry and Company, page 9

2147483650. Râkê'êl 255,256 . 2147483652. Methuselah or Mattushalakh or Mathusalam Ben Enoch 257,258,259,260,261,262,263,264,265,266,267,268,269,270 was born271 in 3313 BC. He died272 in 2344 BC. He married Ednâ Bat Azrial.
Edmund Bohun, 1853 Royal Genealogies of Magna Carte Barons Genesis, Chapter 5: Methuselah begat Lamech at age of 187 and died at age of 969 23-38 spells name "Mathusala" Birth Genesis 5:2, Death (oldest man ever recorded) Genesis 5:27, Methuselah died the year of the Flood after living 969 years. Jubilees 4:27 "Methuselah took unto himself a wife, Edna ... the daughter of his father's brother," Jubilees 4:27 "... the daughter of Azrial"

2147483653. Ednâ Bat Azrial 273,274,275 . 2147483656. Zeus "king of the gods" 276,277 .Zeus married Miss. 2147483657. Miss 278 . 2147485696. Bath 279,280 .

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Appendix A - Sources

1. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville (published by author 1978 , Repository: J.H. Garner), p 336. 2. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation (Limited American Edition, In Two Volumes Vol. 1 & 2 Murphy and McCarthy, Publishers, New York 1915John O'Hart was Assoc), 484. 3. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. (P. Murphy & Son, New York 1915), pg 352. 4. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day SaintsMedieval History Specialist, Ireland2005). 5. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 336. 6. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 7. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 8. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 9. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 10. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 336. 11. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 352. 12. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 13. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 14. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 15. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 16. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 336. 17. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 352. 18. Annals of Innisfallen , page35. 19. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 20. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 21. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville ."no date." 22. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 339. 23. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 24. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 25. Maghtochair, Inishowen its History, Traditions, and Antiquities (reprint 1985, Three Candles Printers, LTD., Dublin), 10. 26. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . 27. Annals of Innisfallen , page35. 28. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 29. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 30. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 31. Annals of Innisfallen , page35. 32. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 33. John O' Hart, Irish Pedigrees Vol. II (P. Murphy & Son, New York 1915), 752. 34. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 336. 35. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 36. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . 37. Annals of Innisfallen , page35. 38. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 39. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 40. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 41. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 42. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 336. 43. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 44. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . 45. Annals of Innisfallen , page35. 46. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 47. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 48. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 .

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49. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 336. 50. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 51. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 50. 52. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . 53. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 54. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 55. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 56. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 57. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 337. 58. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 59. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 50. 60. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . 61. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 62. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 337. 63. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 64. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 337. 65. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 66. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 67. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 337. 68. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 69. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 50. 70. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . 71. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 72. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 337. 73. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 74. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 75. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 337. 76. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 77. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 50. 78. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . 79. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 80. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 337. 81. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 82. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 83. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 337. 84. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 85. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 50. 86. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . 87. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 88. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 89. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 90. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 91. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 337. 92. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 93. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 50. 94. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . 95. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 96. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 97. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 98. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 99. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 337. 100. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 101. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 50. 102. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . 103. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 104. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 105. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. 106. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 107. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 337.

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John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 50. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 337. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 50. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 338. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 338. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 338. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 338. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 49. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 338. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 49. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 49. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 338. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 49. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , pg 49. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 338. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 49. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 338."Egypt, Babylon." Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . Denis Murphy, editor, The Annals of Clonmacnoise, Being Annals of Ireland from the Earliest Period to A.D. 1408 translated into English by Cone (Dublin University Press 1896: Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland.), 20. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 49. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 338. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . Denis Murphy, editor, The Annals of Clonmacnoise, Being Annals of Ireland from the Earliest Period to A.D. 1408 translated into English by Cone , 20. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 49. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , chart 1788. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . Denis Murphy, editor, The Annals of Clonmacnoise, Being Annals of Ireland from the Earliest Period to A.D. 1408 translated into English by Cone , 20. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 48. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . Maghtochair, Inishowen its History, Traditions, and Antiquities , 10.

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163. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 164. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , chart 1788."Neferkere' in Egypt." 165. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 166. Denis Murphy, editor, The Annals of Clonmacnoise, Being Annals of Ireland from the Earliest Period to A.D. 1408 translated into English by Cone , 20. 167. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 48. 168. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . 169. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 170. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 48. 171. Maghtochair, Inishowen its History, Traditions, and Antiquities , 10. 172. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 173. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , chart 1788."'Aka in Egypt." 174. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 175. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees or The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation , 484 & 30. 176. Denis Murphy, editor, The Annals of Clonmacnoise, Being Annals of Ireland from the Earliest Period to A.D. 1408 translated into English by Cone , 20. 177. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . 178. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 179. Maghtochair, Inishowen its History, Traditions, and Antiquities , 10. 180. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 181. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , chart 1788."Sendi in Egypt." 182. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 183. Denis Murphy, editor, The Annals of Clonmacnoise, Being Annals of Ireland from the Earliest Period to A.D. 1408 translated into English by Cone , 20. 184. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . 185. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 186. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , chart 1789."Wadjnas in Egypt." 187. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 188. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB (http://www.gendex.com/users/jast/index.html#Welcome, http://pss.fit.edu:80/~stevens/descent/ ,).Some data from Jim Stevens' son, Luke Stevens, who is also a contributor to the soc.genealogy.medieval newsgroup (Luke Stevens stevens@pss.fit.edu). 189. Holy Bible King James Edition , 1 Chronicles chapter one. 190. Denis Murphy, editor, The Annals of Clonmacnoise, Being Annals of Ireland from the Earliest Period to A.D. 1408 translated into English by Cone , 20. 191. trlated by William Whistonans, The Works of Josephus (Hendrickson Publishers, Peabody, MA; 1987), 36. 192. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . 193. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 194. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 195. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , chart 1789."Ape-ra in Egypt." 196. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 197. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , chart 1790."Kheper-Radadh or Radjedef in Egypt." 198. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , chart 1790. 199. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB ."Japheth." 200. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB (http://www.gendex.com/users/jast/index.html#Welcome, http://pss.fit.edu:80/~stevens/descent/ ,Some data from Jim Stevens'). 201. Holy Bible King James Edition , 1 Chronicles chapter one. 202. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . 203. Gregory of Tours, Translated by Lewis Thorpe, The History of the Franks (Penguin Books, 1974), 71. 204. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . 205. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 42. 206. Susa Young Gates, editor and compiler, Surname Book and Racial History: A Compilation and Arrangement of Genealogical and Historical Data for use by students an (Prepared and published under the Auspices of the General Board of the Relief Society with the Approval of the Board of the), 259. 207. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 208. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , p 375. 209. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB .

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210. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 211. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 212. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , chart 1789."User-ra-An in Egypt." 213. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 214. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1842, 1790."Noah (Utnapishtim in Akkad, Ziusudra in Sumer, Barsalnunna in Kish, Fang-hun (Yau) in China, Magus, Amynus, & Sisythes in Greece, Neferkare Senefru or Sephousis in Egypt), no mother." 215. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1842, 1790. 216. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB ."Noah." 217. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . 218. Holy Bible King James Edition , 1 Chronicles chapter one. 219. trlated by William Whistonans, The Works of Josephus , 36. 220. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . 221. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . 222. Gregory of Tours, Translated by Lewis Thorpe, The History of the Franks , 71. 223. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 42. 224. Denis Murphy, editor, The Annals of Clonmacnoise, Being Annals of Ireland from the Earliest Period to A.D. 1408 translated into English by Cone , 10-11. 225. Holy Bible King James Edition , St Luke 3:1-38. 226. trlated by William Whistonans, The Works of Josephus , 32. 227. Holy Bible King James Edition , Genesis 7:6. 228. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 229. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1842, p 401. 230. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1842, p 401. 231. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1842, 1790."Nabmah (Setat in Egypt), no parents." 232. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB ."Emzârâ (Naamah)." 233. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 234. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . 235. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 236. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 237. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 238. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , chart 1789."Khes-ra-An in Egypt." 239. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 240. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1842, p 401."Lamech (Aradgin in Sumer, Melam-Kish in Kish, Agrus in Greece, Toseta-sis or Djosh-za in Egypt), s of Methuselah (Mattushalakh), no mother." 241. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB ."Lamech." 242. Holy Bible King James Edition , 1 Chronicles chapter one. 243. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . 244. Gregory of Tours, Translated by Lewis Thorpe, The History of the Franks , 71. 245. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 42. 246. Denis Murphy, editor, The Annals of Clonmacnoise, Being Annals of Ireland from the Earliest Period to A.D. 1408 translated into English by Cone , 10-11. 247. Holy Bible King James Edition , St Luke 3:1-38. 248. trlated by William Whistonans, The Works of Josephus , 32. 249. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 250. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1842, p 401. 251. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1842, p 401. 252. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB ."Bêtênôs (Ashmua)." 253. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . 254. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 255. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . 256. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 257. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1843 p. 401."Methuselah (Ubar-Tutut in Akkad, Ubardudu in Sumer, Enmennunna to the Kishites, Technites in Greece, Sa-nekhet in Egypt), s of Enoch (Akhnukh), no mother."

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258. 259. 260. 261. 262. 263. 264. 265. 266. 267. 268. 269. 270. 271. 272. 273. 274. 275. 276. 277. 278. 279. 280.

Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1843 p. 401. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB ."Methuselah." Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . Holy Bible King James Edition , 1 Chronicles chapter one. Gregory of Tours, Translated by Lewis Thorpe, The History of the Franks , 71. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 42. Denis Murphy, editor, The Annals of Clonmacnoise, Being Annals of Ireland from the Earliest Period to A.D. 1408 translated into English by Cone , 10-11. Holy Bible King James Edition , St Luke 3:1-38. trlated by William Whistonans, The Works of Josephus , 32. Holy Bible King James Edition , Genesis 5:27. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1843 p. 401. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1843 p. 401. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . Michael Grant and John Hazel, Who's Who in Classical Mythology, The Routledge Who's Who Series (Routledge, London: 1973, reprinted 2002), page 221. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , chart 1790."A-path in Egypt." Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 .

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INDEX

, Areadh or Arcadh or Earcada or Earchada-164, 8 , Asruth or Esru or Easru or Easur or Essrue-22, 11 , Authak-184, 12 , Baoth or Baath-217, 13 , Bath-178, 17 , Beogaman or Boamhain or Beouman or Beman-19, 10 , Boibus-173, 10 , Brath or Bratha-162, 7 , Buan-70, 7 , Colaxias-103, 16 , Daughter Of Borysthenes-102, 16 , Deag or Deagha or Deagfatha or Deaghatha163, 8 , Eliakim-95, 16 , Emzârâ Or Naamah Coba-236, 16 , Esraa-180, 16 , Ethactus-185, 11 , Ethec-183, 13 , Feibric or Feabbla or Eibric Glas or Eimhear G|las-168, 9 , Foll-Aich Or Falach Or Fallin Or Follain Or Follamhan-116, 1 , Heber or Scut-181, 15 , Hisran-179, 17 , Lamech Or Lamk The Strong Youth-129, 17 , Magog-200, 15 , Mair or Neferkaseker-175, 11 , Miss-100, 17 , Nenuall or Neanual or Nein or Nenuaill or Nenal-167, 9 , Niall or Niul or Neale-25, 11 , Nuadhad or Nuadha or Niagatt or Nuadhat166, 8 , Olivana Adâtanêsês-199, 15 , Râkê'êl-198, 17 , Scota-24, 12 , Simion-174, 11 , Sruth or Sru or Sur or Srue-21, 10 , Targ-104, 15 , Targitaus-101, 16 , Tat or Tait-18, 10 , Thoi-172, 10 , Zeus "king of the gods"-258, 17 Agnomon Or Aghenoin, Aghnon Or Agnan Or Agnamhan-229, 9

Bat Azrial, Ednâ-195, 17 Bat Baraki'il, Bêtênôs or Ashmua-197, 17 Ben Enoch, Methuselah or Mattushalakh or Mathusalam-26, 17 Ben Lamech, Noah Or Nuh Or Noe Or Gabrial Or Menachem Or Or Noeas-127, 16 Ben Noah, Japheth Or Iapeth-128, 15 Fionn, Agnan Fionn-169, 9 Glas, Breoghan or Brigus or Breogan "Son Of Fire"-161, 7 Glas, Gadel or Gadhol or Gaodhal or Gathelus or Gael-23, 11 Glunfionn, Heber or Heber Glun Fion or Eibhear Gluinfhionn-170, 9 Lamhfionn, Laimfionn or Lamb Fionn-171, 9 Oath,-182, 14 Of Connaught, Irial Faidh Or Irialus Vates Or Iriell The Prophet-118, 1 Of Egypt, Anather or Heka Khaswt Anather-77, 8 Of Egypt, Apepi I Auserre-79, 8 Of Egypt, Apepi II Aqen-En-Re or Apophis Ii or Au-Ser-Re or Awoserre-78, 8 Of Egypt, Cincris Of The Hyksos-249, 13 Of Egypt, Khyan or Khian or Se-User-En-Re-80, 8 Of Egypt, Nebireyerawet I Swadjenre'-248, 7 Of Egypt, Scota-16, 6 Of Egypt, Sheshi Ma-Yeb-Re-82, 9 Of Egypt, Sobekemsaf II-239, 7 Of Egypt, Yakobamm-64, 7 Of Egypt, Yakubher Mer-User-Re-81, 9 Of Galicia, Bille-228, 6 Of Gothia, Alladh or Alldod or Alloid or Alluid165, 8 Of Judah, Tamar Thephi or Odhbha-88, 2 Of Leinster, Eithrail Or Ethriall-117, 1 Of Leinster, Heremon Eochaidh I-147, 1 Of Scythia, Aghaimhain or Oghaman or Ogaman-87, 10 Of Scythia, Phoeniusa Farsaidh or Fenius Faraidh or Feniusa Farsa the Antiquary-218, 12 Of Spain, Milesius or Mileag Espaine or Hispania15, 4 Of The Hyksos, Nubkhas Or Nubkha-Es-240, 7 Scott, Heber or Eber-20, 10

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The Ancestors of Annselan O’ Cahan
also spelled Anselan O’Kyan sometimes called Anselan Buey O’Kyan (“Buey” means “the Fair”)

Son of King Dermond O' Cahan, who reigned in Ulster province, and descendant of the ancient kings of Ireland

Book 4 Lamech to Adam and Eve
Based on the Holy Bible, and pseudepigrapha (old books of unknown authorship) such as Book of Jubilees, Book of Jasher, Ethiopic Enoch, Slavonic Enoch, First and Second Books of Adam and Eve. The Book of Jubilees and the Ethiopic Enoch are included in the Dead Sea scrolls. Some authorities believe these old books were based on earlier histories that have been lost. This account, like the earlier 3 books, comes from a gedcom file I received from the Human Family Project. These four books are for your enjoyment. You may print or copy them and share them for free.

Bill Buchanan
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Ancestry of Lamech to Adam
First Generation
1. Lamech Or Lamk The Strong Youth 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 was born11 in 3126 BC. He died12 in 2349 BC.
Genesis, Chapter 5: Lamech begat Noah when he was 182 years old and he died at the age of 777 Birth Genesis 5:25 and death Genesis 5:31 Book of Jasher, Salt Lake City 1887, Published by J. H. Parry and Company, page 9

Lamech married Bêtênôs or Ashmua Bat Baraki'il 13,14,15 daughter of Bârâkî'îl or Elishaa Ben Enoch.

Second Generation
2. Methuselah or Mattushalakh or Mathusalam Ben Enoch 16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29 was born30 in 3313 BC. He died31 in 2344 BC. He married Ednâ Bat Azrial.

Genesis, Chapter 5: Methuselah begat Lamech at age of 187 and died at age of 969 23-38 spells name "Mathusala" Birth Genesis 5:2, Death (oldest man ever recorded) Genesis 5:27, Methuselah died the year of the Flood after living 969 years. Jubilees 4:27 "Methuselah took unto himself a wife, Edna ... the daughter of his father's brother," Jubilees 4:27 "... the daughter of Azrial"

3. Ednâ Bat Azrial 32,33,34 .

Third Generation
4. Enoch Or Akhnukh Or Henoch Ben Jared 35,36,37,38,39,40,41,42,43,44,45,46,47,48,49 was born50 in 3378 BC. He died51 in 2948 BC. He married Ednâ Bat Danel.

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Genesis, Chapter 5: Enoch begat Methuselah at age 65 and he was "taken up" by God at age of 365 He was one of a great cloud of witnesses who were outstanding examples of faith, towards God, in ancient times. The Holy Scriptures say, Enoch kept walking with the true God. As a prophet of God, he foretold God's coming with myriads to execute judgment upon the ungodly. (Gen 5:18, 21-24; Heb 11:5, 12:1; Jude 14, 15; Gen 5:24; Heb 11:5, 13; Deut 34:5, 6; and Jude 9) -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Book of Enoch (Different version) Contents Bibliography Book I (The Book of Watchers) Part 1 -- Chapters 1,2,3,4,5 Part 2 -- Chapters 6,7,8,9,10,11 Part 3 -- Chapters 12,13,14,15,16 Part 4 -- Chapters 17,18,19,20,21 Part 5 -- Chapters 22,23,24,25,26,27,28,29,30,31,32,33,34,35,36 Book II (The Book of Parables) Part 6 -- Chapter 37 Part 7 -- Chapters 38,39,40,41,42,43,44 Part 8 -- Chapters 45,46,47,48,49,50,51,52,53,54,55,56,57 Part 9 -- Chapters 58,59 Part 10 -- Chapters 60,61,62,63,64 Part 11 -- Chapters 65,66,67,68,69 Part 12-- Chapters 70,71 Book III (The Astronomical Book) Part 13 -- Chapter 72 Part 14 -- Chapters 73,74,75 Part 15 -- Chapters 76,77,78,79,80,81,82 Book IV (The Book of Dreams) Part 16 -- Chapter 83 Part 17 -- Chapters 84,85,86,87,88,89,90 Book V (The Epistle of Enoch) Part 18 -- Chapter 91 Part 19 -- Chapters 92,93,94,95,96,97,98,99,100,101,102,103,104,105 Part 20 -- Chapters 106,107,108 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------[I have omitted this lengthy book, which is quoted in the gedcom file. - Bill Buchanan] -About the Book of Enoch (also referred to as "Ethiopic Enoch" or "1 Enoch") [I have omitted this defence of it's historical importance and accuracy . The source of the historical analysis is not given- Bill Buchanan] About the Book of the Secrets of Enoch (also referred to as "Slavonic Enoch" or "2 Enoch") [I have omitted this defence of it's historical importance and accuracy . The source of the historical analysis is not given- Bill Buchanan] The Book of the Secrets of Enoch Chapters 1-68 (also referred to as "Slavonic Enoch" or "2 Enoch")

[I have omitted this lengthy book, which is quoted in the gedcom file. - Bill Buchanan]

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5. Ednâ Bat Danel 52,53,54 .
Jubilees 4:20 "... the daughter of Danel

6. Âzrîâl 55,56 .

Fourth Generation
8. Jared Or Yard Or Iared Or Jered Ben Mahalalel 57,58,59,60,61,62,63,64,65,66,67,68,69 was born70,71 in 3548 BC. He died72 12 Takhsas 2578 B.C.. He married Bâraka Bat Rashujal.

Genesis, Chapter 5: Jared begat Enoch when he was 162 and he died at age 962 Jared Means Descent Genesis 5:15, 20 Jubilees 4:16 "Jared took to himself a wife, and her name was Baraka, the ... daughter of his father's brother."

9. Bâraka Bat Rashujal 73,74,75 . 10. Dânêl Ben Mahalalel 76,77,78 . 12. Jared Or Yard Or Iared Or Jered Ben Mahalalel is printed as #8 on page 3. 13. Bâraka Bat Rashujal is printed as #9 on page 3.

Fifth Generation
16. Mahalaleel Or Malalahel Or Mahlil Or Malaleel Or Mahlalle Ben Cainan 79,80,81,82,83,84,85,86,87,88,89,90,91,92 was born93 in 3605 BC. He died94 in 2710 BC. He married Dînâh Bat Barakiel.

Genesis, Chapter 5: Mahalaleel begat Jared when he was 65 and died at age 895 Praise of God, or God shines forth. Birth Genesis 5:12, Death Genesis 5:17 Book of Jasher, Salt Lake City 1887, Published by J. H. Parry and Company, page 4

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17. Dînâh Bat Barakiel 95,96,97 . 18. Râshûjâl Ben Cainan 98,99,100 . 20. Mahalaleel Ben Cainan is printed as #16 on page 3. 21. Dînâh Bat Barakiel is printed as #17 on page 3.

Sixth Generation
32. Cainan or Canein or Kenan 101,102,103,104,105,106,107,108,109,110,111 was born112 in 3675 BC. He died113 in 2765 BC. He married Mûalêlêth.

Genesis, Chapter 5: Cainan begat Mahalaleel when he was 70 years old and died at age of 910 Cainan, a name derivation of Kenan, means peace with Cain. Birth Genesis 5:9 and Death Genisis 5:14

33. Mûalêlêth 114,115 . 34. Barâkî'êl Ben Enos 116,117,118 . 36. Cainan or Canein or Kenan is printed as #32 on page 4. 37. Mûalêlêth is printed as #33 on page 4.

Seventh Generation
64. Enos Or Yanish Or Enosh Or Henos Ben Seth 119,120,121,122,123,124,125,126,127,128,129,130,131,132 was born133 in 3765 BC. He died134 in 2860 BC. He married Noam Bat Seth.

Genesis, Chapter 5: Enos begat Cainan when he was 90 years old and he died at age of age of 905 years Genesis 4:26 and Genesis 5:11 Book of Jasher, Salt Lake City 1887, Published by J. H. Parry and Company, page 3

65. Noam Bat Seth 135,136,137 .

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66. Enos Or Yanish Or Enosh Or Henos Ben Seth is printed as #64 on page 4. 67. Noam Bat Seth is printed as #65 on page 4. 68. Enos Or Yanish Or Enosh Or Henos Ben Seth is printed as #64 on page 4. 69. Noam Bat Seth is printed as #65 on page 4.
Genesis, Chapter 5: Seth was 105 when he had Enos and he died at age 912 years Birth Genesis 4:25, death Genisis 5:8

129. Azûrâ or Aklia Bat Adam 154,155,156 .
Jubilee 4:10 "Seth took Azura his sister to be his wife." Jubilees 4:9 "... he begat his daughter Azura

130. Seth or Sheth Ben Adam is printed as #128 on page 4. 131. Azûrâ or Aklia Bat Adam is printed as #129 on page 5.

Ninth Generation
256. Adam The Red Man Of Eden 157,158,159,160,161,162,163,164,165 was born166,167,168,169 in 4000 BC in of Garden of Eden. He died170,171 15 Barmudeh 3070 B.C. in Anakim, Hebron. He married Eve or Issa "mother of all living" Of Eden.
Genesis, Chapter 5: Adam was 130 years old when he and Eve had Seth and he died at age of 930 years Josephus describes Adam as follows: "Moreover, Moses, after the seventy day was over, begins to talk philosophically; and concerning the formation of man, says thus: That God took dust from the ground, and formed man, and inserted in him a spirit and a soul. The man was called Adam, which in Hebrew tongue signifies one that is red, because he was formed out of red earth, compounded together, for of that kind is virgin and true earth."

"God the Father, Son and Holy Ghost, who was from all eternity, did, in the beginning of Time, of nothing, create Red Earh; and of Red Earth framed Adam; and of a Rib out of the side of Adam fashioned Eve. After which Creation, Plasmation, and Formation, suceeded Generations as follows." - Four Masters Birth Genesis 1:27 and death Genesis 5:4 for burial place see Joshua 14 & 15. First Book of Adam and Eve [I have omitted this lengthy book, which is quoted in the gedcom file. - Bill Buchanan] --------------------------------------------------------------Second Book of Adam and Eve

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[I have omitted this lengthy book, which is quoted in the gedcom file. - Bill Buchanan]

257. Eve or Issa "mother of all living" Of Eden 172,173,174,175,176,177 was born in of Garden of Eden.

See also blessing given to Eve and her offspring that her seed shall crush Satan. Refer to Genesis 3:15.

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Appendix A - Sources

1. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville (published by author 1978 , Repository: J.H. Garner), Chart 1842, p 401."Lamech (Aradgin in Sumer, Melam-Kish in Kish, Agrus in Greece, Toseta-sis or Djosh-za in Egypt), s of Methuselah (Mattushalakh), no mother." 2. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB (http://www.gendex.com/users/jast/index.html#Welcome, http://pss.fit.edu:80/~stevens/descent/ ,).Some data from Jim Stevens' son, Luke Stevens, who is also a contributor to the soc.genealogy.medieval newsgroup (Luke Stevens stevens@pss.fit.edu)."Lamech." 3. Holy Bible King James Edition , 1 Chronicles chapter one. 4. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . 5. Gregory of Tours, Translated by Lewis Thorpe, The History of the Franks (Penguin Books, 1974), 71. 6. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. (P. Murphy & Son, New York 1915), page 42. 7. Denis Murphy, editor, The Annals of Clonmacnoise, Being Annals of Ireland from the Earliest Period to A.D. 1408 translated into English by Cone (Dublin University Press 1896: Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland.), 10-11. 8. Holy Bible King James Edition , St Luke 3:1-38. 9. trlated by William Whistonans, The Works of Josephus (Hendrickson Publishers, Peabody, MA; 1987), 32. 10. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day SaintsMedieval History Specialist, Ireland2005). 11. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1842, p 401. 12. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1842, p 401. 13. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB ."Bêtênôs (Ashmua)." 14. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB (http://www.gendex.com/users/jast/index.html#Welcome, http://pss.fit.edu:80/~stevens/descent/ ,Some data from Jim Stevens'). 15. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 16. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1843 p. 401."Methuselah (Ubar-Tutut in Akkad, Ubardudu in Sumer, Enmennunna to the Kishites, Technites in Greece, Sa-nekhet in Egypt), s of Enoch (Akhnukh), no mother." 17. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1843 p. 401. 18. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB ."Methuselah." 19. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . 20. Holy Bible King James Edition , 1 Chronicles chapter one. 21. Gregory of Tours, Translated by Lewis Thorpe, The History of the Franks , 71. 22. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . 23. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . 24. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 42. 25. Denis Murphy, editor, The Annals of Clonmacnoise, Being Annals of Ireland from the Earliest Period to A.D. 1408 translated into English by Cone , 10-11. 26. Holy Bible King James Edition , St Luke 3:1-38. 27. trlated by William Whistonans, The Works of Josephus , 32. 28. Holy Bible King James Edition , Genesis 5:27. 29. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 30. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1843 p. 401. 31. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1843 p. 401. 32. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . 33. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . 34. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 35. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1843 p. 401."Enoch (Emandurank in Akkad, Enmenduranna in Sumer; Balikh or Walikh in Kish; Vulcan, Hephaestius or Chrys in Greece; Sendi in Egypt), s of Jared, no mother." 36. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1843 p. 401. 37. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB ."Enoch." 38. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . 39. Holy Bible King James Edition , 1 Chronicles chapter one. 40. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission .

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41. 42. 43. 44. 45. 46. 47. 48. 49. 50. 51. 52. 53. 54. 55. 56. 57.

58. 59. 60. 61. 62. 63. 64. 65. 66. 67. 68. 69. 70. 71. 72. 73. 74. 75. 76. 77. 78. 79.

80. 81. 82. 83. 84. 85. 86. 87. 88. 89. 90. 91. 92.

Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . Gregory of Tours, Translated by Lewis Thorpe, The History of the Franks , 71. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 42. Denis Murphy, editor, The Annals of Clonmacnoise, Being Annals of Ireland from the Earliest Period to A.D. 1408 translated into English by Cone , 10-11. Holy Bible King James Edition , St Luke 3:1-38. Holy Bible King James Edition , 1 Chronicals 1:3. trlated by William Whistonans, The Works of Josephus , 32. Holy Bible King James Edition , Genesis 5:24. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1843 p. 401. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1843 p. 401. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1843 p. 401."Jared (Nenishzida in Akkad, Ensibzianna in Sumer, Etana in Kish, Agreus in Greece, Tyreis aka Iry-nuter in Egypt), s of Malalahel (Mahlil), no mother." Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1843 p. 401. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB ."Jared." Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . Gregory of Tours, Translated by Lewis Thorpe, The History of the Franks , 71. Holy Bible King James Edition , 1 Chronicles chapter one. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 42. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . Denis Murphy, editor, The Annals of Clonmacnoise, Being Annals of Ireland from the Earliest Period to A.D. 1408 translated into English by Cone , 10-11. Holy Bible King James Edition , St Luke 3:1-38. trlated by William Whistonans, The Works of Josephus , 32. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1843 p. 401. Holy Bible King James Edition , 1 Chronicals 1:2. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1843 p. 401. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1843 p. 401."Mahalaleel (Tammuz in Akkad, Dumuzi in Sumer, Arpu in Kish, Memramus in Greece, Kha-senkhemi-Nebinhotpimef in Egypt), s of Canaan, no mother." Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1843 p. 401. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB ."Mahalalel." Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . Holy Bible King James Edition , 1 Chronicles chapter one. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . Gregory of Tours, Translated by Lewis Thorpe, The History of the Franks , 71. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 42. Denis Murphy, editor, The Annals of Clonmacnoise, Being Annals of Ireland from the Earliest Period to A.D. 1408 translated into English by Cone , 10-11. Holy Bible King James Edition , St Luke 3:1-38. Holy Bible King James Edition , 1 Chronicals 1:2. trlated by William Whistonans, The Works of Josephus , 32. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 .

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93. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1843 p. 401. 94. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1843 p. 401. 95. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . 96. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . 97. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 98. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . 99. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . 100. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 101. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1844, p 402."Canaan (Ushumgalanna in Akkad, Enmengaluanna in Sumer, Zukakipu in Kish, Cassius in Greece, Ka-Sen, Kenkennes in Egypt), s of Enos (Yanish), no mother." 102. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB ."Cainan." 103. Holy Bible King James Edition , 1 Chronicles chapter one. 104. Gregory of Tours, Translated by Lewis Thorpe, The History of the Franks , 71. 105. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . 106. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 42. 107. Denis Murphy, editor, The Annals of Clonmacnoise, Being Annals of Ireland from the Earliest Period to A.D. 1408 translated into English by Cone , 10-11. 108. Holy Bible King James Edition , St Luke 3:1-38. 109. Holy Bible King James Edition , 1 Chronicals 1:2. 110. trlated by William Whistonans, The Works of Josephus , 32. 111. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 112. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1844, p 402. 113. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1844, p 402. 114. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . 115. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 116. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . 117. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . 118. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 119. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1844, p 402."Enos (Emmeluanna in Sumer, Galumum in Kish, Phos in Greece, 'Andjeb Merbiape (Enzib or Tje Ati) in Egypt), s of Seth & Meryet-Nit." 120. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1844, p 402. 121. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB ."Enosh, s of Seth & Azûrâ." 122. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . 123. Holy Bible King James Edition , 1 Chronicles chapter one. 124. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . 125. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 42. 126. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . 127. Gregory of Tours, Translated by Lewis Thorpe, The History of the Franks , 71. 128. Denis Murphy, editor, The Annals of Clonmacnoise, Being Annals of Ireland from the Earliest Period to A.D. 1408 translated into English by Cone , 10-11. 129. Holy Bible King James Edition , St Luke 3:1-38. 130. Holy Bible King James Edition , 1 Chronicals 1:1. 131. trlated by William Whistonans, The Works of Josephus , 32. 132. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 133. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1844, p 402. 134. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1844, p 402. 135. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . 136. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . 137. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 138. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1844, p 402."Seth (Alagar in Sumer, tab-ba in Kish, Genus in Greece, 'Aba Atetit (Den Semti) in Egypt." 139. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1844, p 402. 140. Holy Bible King James Edition , 1 Chronicles chapter one. 141. Gregory of Tours, Translated by Lewis Thorpe, The History of the Franks , 71. 142. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . 143. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . 144. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 42.

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145. Denis Murphy, editor, The Annals of Clonmacnoise, Being Annals of Ireland from the Earliest Period to A.D. 1408 translated into English by Cone , 10-11. 146. Holy Bible King James Edition , St Luke 3:1-38. 147. Holy Bible King James Edition , 1 Chronicals 1:1. 148. translated by William Whistonans, The Works of Josephus , 32. 149. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 150. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1844, p 402. 151. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1844, p 402. 152. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . 153. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . 154. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . 155. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . 156. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 157. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1844, p 402."Adam (Adapa in Akkad, Alulim in Sumer, bu-um in Kish, Protogenus in Greece, Na' rmes Menes in Egypt)." 158. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1844, p 402. 159. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . 160. Gregory of Tours, Translated by Lewis Thorpe, The History of the Franks , 71. 161. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . 162. John O'Hart, Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation Vol 1. , page 42. 163. Denis Murphy, editor, The Annals of Clonmacnoise, Being Annals of Ireland from the Earliest Period to A.D. 1408 translated into English by Cone , 10-11. 164. Holy Bible King James Edition , St Luke 3:1-38. 165. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 . 166. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1844, p 402."created abt 4000 BC." 167. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1844, p 402. 168. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB ."created prob. abt 5500 BC." 169. Jim & Luke Stevens, Stevens DB . 170. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1844, p 402. 171. Gregory of Tours, Translated by Lewis Thorpe, The History of the Franks , 71. 172. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1844, p 402."Eve (Ninsianna in Sumer, Aha in Egypt)." 173. Ernst-Friedrich Kraentzler, Ancestry of Richard Plantagenet & Cecily de Neville , Chart 1844, p 402. 174. trlated by William Whistonans, The Works of Josephus , Book one, chapter one, verse 2. 175. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . 176. Michael O' Donovan, O'Donovan Ui Fidgheinte Submission . 177. Mary H. Slawson, Human Family Project - Reconstruction of the Irish Surnames from Milesus to 1600 .

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INDEX

, Âzrîâl-194, 3 , Cainan or Canein or Kenan-27, 4 , Lamech Or Lamk The Strong Youth-129, 1 , Mûalêlêth-188, 4 Bat Adam, Azûrâ or Aklia-186, 5 Bat Azrial, Ednâ-195, 1 Bat Barakiel, Dînâh-190, 4 Bat Baraki'il, Bêtênôs or Ashmua-197, 1 Bat Danel, Ednâ-193, 3 Bat Rashujal, Bâraka-238, 3 Bat Seth, Noam-187, 4 Ben Cainan, Mahalaleel Or Malalahel Or Mahlil Or Malaleel Or Mahlalle-131, 3 Ben Cainan, Râshûjâl-191, 4 Ben Enoch, Methuselah or Mattushalakh or Mathusalam-26, 1 Ben Enos, Barâkî'êl-189, 4 Ben Jared, Enoch Or Akhnukh Or Henoch-130, 1 Ben Mahalalel, Dânêl-192, 3 Ben Mahalalel, Jared Or Yard Or Iared Or Jered237, 3 Ben Seth, Enos Or Yanish Or Enosh Or Henos132, 4 Of Eden, Adam The Red Man-133, 5 Of Eden, Eve or Issa "mother of all living"-134, 6

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