Individual(s) / Person(s): Alexander mac Dubhghaill

Name, Surname, Sept, Origin
Full NameAlexander mac Dubhghaill
Sept SurnameMac Dubhghaill
Sub-Sept Surname
Family's Place of OriginArgyll, Scotland
DOB / DOD / FloruitDOD: 1419
Sobriquet / Epithet/ DiminutiveThe AC annalist calls him that doughty champion never before overcome in battle or combat or onset (AC, 1419, p. 447, par. 18).
How acquired Sobriquet / Epithet/ Diminutive
Age at Death
Cause of Deathbattle
Place of Death
Place of Burial
Foster Family
Title, Inauguration, Opponents, Perception In Society
Titleleader of a battalion of galloglasses
Duration of Title
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Form Of Military AddressGalloglasses
Perception in Societylisted as nobles and great lords from within Gaelic society
Fixed Address or Migrant
Status in English Law
Allies, Enemies, Chieftains, Household Retinue
AlliesUilliam son of Maelsechlainn O Ceallaigh; Walter son of Thomas mac William Burke (son-in-law of Uilliam O Ceallaigh, AC, 1419, p. 445, par. 17); Donnchad O Ceallaigh (brother of Uilliam O Ceallaigh), king of Ui Maine and his 2 sons; Cathal Dub O Conchobhair (son of Conchobhair Ruadh), eligible prince of Connacht; Tomaltach mac Diarmata, eligible prince of Moylurg (succeeds as king of Moylurg in 1421 - AC, p. 445, note 5); Domnall Gerr, son of Toirdhealbhach mac Domhnaill and the clann Domhnaill galloglasses; Alexander mac Dubhghaill and his two sons and the clann Dubhghaill galloglasses; William Garb son of David son of Edmund son of Hoberd, lord of Clanconway.
EnemiesUlick son of Richard mac William of Clanrickard and his followers; Tadc O Briain; Mathgamain O Briain; the clann Cuilein; the sons of O hAnrathain's daughter with 2 large battalions of foot; Domhnall mac Suibhne with his galloglasses - galloclachaib
Chieftains Contemporaneous Withthe sons of O hAnrathain's daughter
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Grants, Churches, Monasteries
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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), pp. 445-7