Individual(s) / Person(s): Donnchad mac Domhnaill, constable to Tadc mac Diarmata, king of Moylurg

Name, Surname, Sept, Origin
Full NameDonnchad mac Domhnaill, constable to Tadc mac Diarmata, king of Moylurg
Sept SurnameMac Domhnaill
Sub-Sept Surname
Family's Place of OriginIslay, Scotland
DOB / DOD / FloruitDOD: 1413 (AC, 1413, p. 419, par. 10)
Sobriquet / Epithet/ Diminutive
How acquired Sobriquet / Epithet/ Diminutive
Age at Death
Cause of Deathkilled by an arrow-shot fired from Roscommon castle by Diarmait Laignech (Dermot of Leinster or Dermot Lagnach) (AC, 1413, p. 419, par. 10)
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Title, Inauguration, Opponents, Perception In Society
TitleConstable - Constabla
Duration of Titlefrom AC, 1405, p. 393, par. 15 to AC, 1413, p. 419, par. 10
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Perception in Societypart of the nobility of Gaelic society
Fixed Address or Migrant
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Allies, Enemies, Chieftains, Household Retinue
AlliesTadc mac Diarmata, king of Moylurg; Lochlainn Colach mac Caba; levies from Moylurg; O Conchobhair Ruadh (king of Connacht at the same time as Toirdhealbhach Oc, son of Aodh, son of Toirdhealbhach, king of Connacht); William Oc O Cellaig
EnemiesO Conchobhair Donn; the posterity of Muirchertach Muimnech O Conchobhair; sons of Fergal mac Diarmata; people of Airtech; clann Ceithernaig; clann Conchobhair; 'bawn of Roscommon' including Diarmait Laignech (= Dermot of Leinster or Dermot Lynagh, AC, 1413, p. 419, note 3)
Chieftains Contemporaneous WithTadc mac Diarmata, king of Moylurg; Lochlainn Colach mac Caba; O Conchobhair Donn; the posterity of Muirchertach Muimnech O Conchobhair; O Conchobhair Ruadh; William Oc O Cellaigh
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Source(s)
TitleThe Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 393