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88 Battle(s) / Event(s)

Name of Battle / Encounter Cause Result Classification
Alexander mac Dubghaill and Alexander mac Domhnaill Mac Domhnaill was killed 'along with a countless number of his own people' (AU, 1299 (1295), p.393.
Alexander mac Dubghaill and Alexander mac Domhnaill
ambush outside Mac Uighilin's residencemembers of Clann Suibhne who had been hired as mercenaries (buannacht) by Mac Uighilin went to his residence to ratify the terms of their agreement ambush and murder of Clann Suibhne when leaving residence of Mac Uighilin Ambush
ambush outside Mac Uighilin's residencemembers of Clann Suibhne who had been hired as mercenaries (buannacht) by Mac Uighilin went to his residence to ratify the terms of their agreement ambush and murder of Clann Suibhne when leaving residence of Mac Uighilin Ambush
AssaroeMuirchertach son of Domhnall O Conchobhair attacked the stronghold of O Domhnaill at Assaroe many of O Domhnaill's party were killed or taken captive Political Conflict
assembling of O Neills's great armyassembling of O Neill's army for war against O Domhnaill The Connacht army came to Sligo while O Neill entered Cenel Moain with a Scotch contingent commanded by Alusdur mac Domhnaill, the Meath Galls and the Leinster galloglasses Political Conflict
Ath an ImuriccDomhnall O Neill assembled a force to make war on Niall O Neill Raghnall mac Domhnaill arrived from the Hebrides with a band of gallowglasses to support Niall O Neill. Toirdhealbhach and Alexander mac Domhnaill (the brother and son of Raghnall), with another band of Mac Domhnaill gallowglasses, arrived to support Domhnall O Neill although Raghnall had tried to get his brother and son to support him instead out of respect for his seniority. Political Conflict
Baile an Chlair 'Clare-Galway' in Clanrickard [1469?] Burning
BallyshannonGeraldine expansion into Cenel Conaill The opponents pillaged and plundered the whole territory and left behind Ruaidhri O Canannain as king of Cenel Conaill. Political Conflict
Battleunclear Battle
battle in 1366unclear Seoan O Domhnaill and his gallowglasses were defeated by Tadc son of Magnus O Conchobhair and Mac Suibhne and many others were taken prisoner. Political Conflict
battle in 1468unclear Oengus son of Alexander mac Domhnaill and the son of Robert Savage, lord of Lecale were killed and Muirchertach Ruadh O Neill, lord of Clannaboy, was taken prisoner by Conn son of Aodh Buide O Neill at Benn Uama Political Conflict
battle in the plain of Sliabh Fhuadh
battle of Achadh Mona - Achawoney 1. The family of the slain O Conmhaoil 'O Conwell' has remained in obscurity ever since.
battle of Beal an Droichid - Ballydrehid
battle of Beal Atha Glanoige [1469]
Battle of Clochan Salach
Battle of Sliabh Malair Toirdhealbhach Caoch and men plundered Seanghleann Choluim Chille in spite of Toirdhealbhach an Fhiona. 'Neither Sean's descendants nor Eoghan son of Donnchadh Mor restored the preys to the termon, and it is said it was there they themselves perished. But thereafter Mac Suibhne Fanad made an offering of the quarter of Tulach na Dala 'Tullynadall' to Columcille in restitution for the vilation of that termon'.(Leabhar Chlainne Suibhne) Suibhne, p. 39)
Battle of the Abha Chorcra Crimson River
battle with the people of Laois (AC, 1514, p. 625, pars 4 and 5)Gerald son of Gerald, earl of Kildare was fighting the people of Laois the son of Toirdhealbhach Oc mac Domhnaill was killed by the people of Laois Political Conflict
castle of Eoghan Mor mac Suibhne na TuathImprisonment of Eoghan Mor mac Suibhne na Tuath and his subsequent death in captivity (see AC, 1544, p. 737, par. 16). Both Eoghan Og mac Suibhne, Eoghan Mor mac Suibhne's son, and Toirdhealbhach son of Murchadh mac Suibhne, were proclaimed chieftain. Sons of Donnchadh mac Suibhne entered Mac Suibhne's castle (which had been captured by the sons of Murchadh mac Suibhhne and Brian mac Suibhne) 'in peaceful guise' and killed Toirdhealbhach son of Murchadh mac Suibhne and another Brian (son of Domhnaill mac Suibhne) and delivered the castle to Eoghan Og mac Suibhne
CastleforwardAodh Buide O Domhnaill attacks and captures Castleforward death of son of Mac Dubhghaill
Ceann Maghair AthaO Domhnaill heard of Eoghan mac Suibhne's illness and joined forces with O Neill to attack mac Suibhne. They dispatched messengers to Mac Suibhne to find out how sick he was, to conclude a peace with him if he was better and to proclaim war on him if he was not. revenge attack
Cill mac nEnainafter the death of Domhnall Og, Toirdhealbhach son of Ruaidhri son of Maolmhuire gathered his followers and proceeded to Cill mac nEnain where he forced the successors of Columcille to proclaim him Mac Suibhne, in opposition to the wish of the Cineal Conaill O Domhnaill and Maghnus O Domhnaill were exceedingly offended by the inauguration; and afterwards, Maghnus and the descendants of Domhnall mac Suibhne plotted the abominable treachery against Mac Suibhne whereby his people were slaughtered and all his country destroyed by fire. - (Leabhar Chlainne Suibhne, p. 73)
Clanrickard - from Slieve Aughty to Killogilleen and Bel Atha LigeUilliam son of Maelsechlainn O Ceallaigh assembled a force of nobles and great lords to join Raymond son of Hubert Burke and his men to make war on Clanrickard. The hosting moved southwestwards to Slieve Aughty but Raymond son of Hubert Burke did not join them as promised. At Killogilleen and Bel Atha Lige the army of Uilliam son of Maelsechlainn O Ceallaigh were attacked by Ulick son of Richard Macwilliam of Clanrickard and his followers; Tadc O Briain, Mathgamain O Briain, the Clann Cuilein, the sons of O hAnrathain's daughter political
Crossmacrininterprovincial rivalry many of the forces 'for' were killed Political Conflict
Derry Political Conflict
district of Carbury [Sligo] including churches of DrumcliffAodh O Domhnaill initiated ravaging of Carbury on the advice of his wife, Derbforgaill,the daughter of Magnus O Conchobhair ravaging of Carbury; plundering of clergy of Drumcliff Border raid
DundalkBruce Invasion of Ireland End of Bruce Invasion of Ireland Political Conflict
Encounter between the Fahies of O Cathain and Mac Uigilin near the river Bannraiding expedition initiated by Mac Uigilin against O Cathain and O Cathain's subsequent pursuit of Mac Uigilin Mac Uigilin and the son of O Domhnaill 'barely made good their escape' (AC, p. 725) suffering many casualties. Raid And Battle
Encounter between the forces of O Neill and O Domhnaill, who were returning laden with spoils from a hosting into Meath, and the forces of the justiciar, Lord Leonard, at Belahoe Orielhosting made by O Neill and O Domhnaill into Meath and destruction and plundering enacted there Although fleeing in disorder, the O Neill and O Domhnaill party 'lost no men of great distinction' besides Maolmhuire Mergech son of Eoghan Ruardh mac Suibhne (AC, p.713) Conflict Between Irish Forces And English Forces In Ireland
Eoghan mac Suibhne and his Scottish and Irish followers and O Domhnaill
Expedition by O Domhnaill and army 'O Domhnaill received pledges and hostages from the territories he and his army passed through and returned safely from this hosting' (AC, p. 717, par. 10) Expedition
fight for Fanad.fight for lordship of Fanad following the death of Ruaidhri mac Suibhne The Cineal Conaill, namely O Domhnaill and his sons and the cheifs of all Tir Chonaill, came together in Cill mac nEnain 'Kilmacrenan' and proclaimed as Mac Suibhne Domhnall Og, son of Domhnaill. But Maolmhuire's descendants never submitted to Domhnall Og
fight for lordship of Fanad between Ruaidhri, son of Maolmhuire,and Eoin Ruadh, son of Ruaidhri mac Suibhne
fight for lordship of fanad; defeat for Maolmhuire son of Domhnaill Og mac Suibhne Fanadrivalry for control of Fanad death of Maolmhuire son of Domhnaill Og mac Suibhne Fanad
fight for lordship of fanad; defeat for Maolmhuire son of Domhnaill Og mac Suibhne Fanadrivalry for control of Fanad death of Maolmhuire son of Domhnaill Og mac Suibhne Fanad Fight for lordship of fanad; deafeat for Maolmhuire son of Domhnaill Og mac Suibhne Fanad
fight for lordship of fanad; defeat for Maolmhuire son of Domhnaill Og mac Suibhne Fanadrivalry for control of Fanad death of Maolmhuire son of Domhnaill Og mac Suibhne Fanad
From Fearsat Mhor to Beal Atha Daire (Ballyarr near Rathmelton, Co. Donegal)Violation of Toirrdhealbhach's surety death of Toirrdhealbhach mac Suibhne and the champion, Radharc-breaghach; banishment of Mac Suibhnes from Fanad Political Conflict
from Gort Cathlaighe (Gortcally) to Mulan na nAlbanachin Achadh BunursannO Domhnaill sought to avenge his kinsmen, the O Breisleins Political Conflict
From the camp at Dun Cionnfhaolaidh 'Dunkineely' to the flight from the campToirrdhealbhach an Fhiona took the opportunity of the absence of the descendants of Sean O Domhnaill and Toirrdhealbhach Caoch mac Suibhne (in Derry) to invade the creaght over which Toirrdhealbhach Ruadh was guarding. When Toirrdhealbhach Ruadh pursued the looters conflict ensued. Toirrdhealbhach an Fhiona captured Mac Suibhne's son, Toirrdhealbhach Ruadh, brought him in custody to a place called Murbhach and by this Toirdhealbhach an Fhion greatly extended his power to the east of Bearnas Mor. Raid
gathering of armies in Tir ConaillThe justiciar, Gerald earl of Kildare and Conn Bacach led an army into Tir Conaill Many Scots gathered to support Aodh Dubh O Domhnaill such as the sons of Eoghan Cathanach, Mac Domnaill Galloclaech and other great men from Scotland Political Conflict
gossipryAfter Brian son of Aodh mag Mathgamna assumed the kingship of Oriel he made gossipry with Somairle son of Eoghan Dub mac Domhnaill Somairle son of Eoghan Dub mac Domhnaill discarded O Raighilligh's daughter in favour of the daughter of Brian son of Aodh mag Mathgamna, king of Oriel. Gossipry
Hosting made by O Domhnaill and his army into Fermanagh and Breifne and the CurlieusExpedition by O Domhnaill and army 'O Domhnaill received pledges and hostages from the territories he and his army passed through and returned safely from this hosting' (AC, p. 717, par. 10)
hosting to provision a castleBrian son of Domhnall, son of Muirchertach O Domhnaill; Conchobhar mac Donnchada, king of Tirerril and the sons of Tigernan O Ruairc made a hosting but in an attempt to place supplies in the Castle of Roscommon they were challenged by all the men of Connacht The people from Connacht north of the Curlieus expected that the men of Clanrickard would help them provision the castle but only Mac William with a small body of horse came as far as Ballintober to meet them - (AC, 1409, p. 405, par. 7). Thus the hosting army came close to retreating but Conchobhar mac Donnchada, king of Tirerrill refused to leave until he had provisioned the castle or perished doing so. So the hosting party reached Roscommon and provisioned the castle losing only one warrior. Hosting
house of Brian son of Aodh mag MathgamnaBrian son of Aodh mag Mathgamna brought Somairle son of Eoghan Dub mac Domhnaill to his house on the pretence of throwing him a wine party Somairle mac Domhnaill was captured and bound and put into a lake for concealment - (AC 1365 p. 327 par. 8)(AU and AFM make it clear that Somairle was drowned - AC, p. 326, note 2). treachery
interprovincial rivalry defeat for the sons of O Neill and the loss of many men interprovincial rivalry
James, son of Mac Domhnaill; the Mac Domhnaill family and followers; James V, king of ScotlandJames V's imprisonment of the nobles of the Scottish race (AC, p. 717) imprisonment of James Mac Domhnaill, his family and followers by James V, king of Scotland, and the banishment of all Clann Domhnaill 'who were at liberty' (AC, p. 717, n.6)
Knockavoenight attack by O Domhnaill on O Neill O Neill was defeated by O Domhnaill and much of his army was slaughtered. Political Conflict
Lifford Castle and surrounding areaCathair son of Tuathal O Gallchobhair; the descendants of Aodh O Gallchobhair seized Lifford Castle which had been left in their guardianship by O Domhnaill death of Dubaltach son of Colla mac Suibhne and the descendants of Aodh O Gallchobhair Battle
Lough Swilly, IrelandAfter the battle of Sruibhshliabh, Murchadh Mear set out to avenge his brethern and kinsfolk in Ireland who had been banished from Fanad with the defeat and death of Toirdhealbhach at the battle of Beal Atha Daire. Murchadh Mear conquered the middle third of Inis Eoghain, Fanad, Ros Guill, O Maolgaoithe's tuath, and the two tuaths of Tir Baghuine. These lands have been occupied by Mac Suibhnes from then on, save the middle third of Inis Eoghain. Political Conflict
lower Connacht: several skirmishes from Ballyshannon to a camp 'between the Duff and the Drowes' to Fersad Randa in Liagain to Cuil Irra (Sligo)War between O Domhnaill and the nobles of lower Connacht unsuccessful: 'O Dom[h]naill returned home having obtained no submission or honour from his nobles of lower Connacht this time' (AC, p.697, par. 19) interprovincial strike
Mac Domhnaill Galloglach and Feidhlim Caoch son of Conn son of Conn O Neill Feidhlim Coach son of O Neill killed by Mac Domhnaill Galloglach with one blow of a spear
Mac Domhnaill of Scotland , his followers including Mac Gilla Eoin and the Galls of Scotlandunclear; territorial aggrandizement on part of Galls of Scotland? victory for Mac Domhnaill of Scotland
Mac Suibhne and O Domhnaill, O Neill and their men.
Maintenance contract between Ruaidhri mac Suibhne and Nechtain O Domhnaill.Nechtain O Domhnaill came to visit the house of Ruaidhri mac Suibhne and all the country thought his maintenance a great oppression. O Domhnaill until then had never had a particular claim on them. A particular form of maintenance owed by the Mac Suibhne to O Domhnaill was agreed upon. (See Terms of Employment section.) Negotiations
MurbhachArgument/conflict of opinion: Toirdhealbhach Ruadh told Toirdhealbhach an Fhiona thatwas he free, Toirdhealbhach an Fhiona would not be as powerful as he was. Toirdhealbhach Ruadh was set free: his fetters were removed and his demands for a Kin's dress for himself and his followers for a bodyguard were granted in full. Political Conflict Of Words
murder of Domhnall Gorm mac Domhnaill by the sons of the abbot son of Alustrann mac Domhnaillunclear death of Domhnall Gorm mac Domhnaill Family feud
murder of Ruaidhri s. Domhnaill O Conchobhair after the battle of Castleconor in CarburyAfter a pretence of peace between Ruaidhri s. Domhnaill O Conchobhair and Aodh O Domhnaill (and the Cenel Conaill), O Conchobhair yielded the lordship of Carbury to O Domhnaill. But Derbforgaill daughter of Magnus O Conchobhair hired a band of galloglasses and gave them a reward for killing Ruaidhri son of Domhnall O Conchobhair; so by them he was killed, in violation of oaths sworn to him previously on the relics of Tirconnell. - ( AC 1316, paragraph 2) Ruaidhri O Conchobhair was murdered by a band of galloglasses hired by Derbforgaill daughter of Magnus O Conchobhair and the chief families of Carbury were extensively plundered by the Cenel Conaill. Political Conflict
O Domhnaill; Maolmhuire mac Suibhne Fanad and others and O'Neill
OrielNiall O Neill, king of Ulster brought his army into Oriel to attack Brian mag Mathgamna. Brian offered concessions (half of Oriel to Niall son of Murchad son of Brian of the Masschalices who had held office before Brian and further gifts to compensate for the death of Somairle mac Domnaill in 1365). Niall O Neill agreed to these terms but Niall son of Murchad mag Mathgamna and Alexander Oc mac Domhnaill led an attack on Brian mag Mathgamna without consulting Niall O Neill Niall mag Mathgamna heir to the kingship of Oriel and Alexander mac Domhnall, constable of the galloglasses and heir of the clann Domhnaill, were routed and killed along with a great many of their followers including Eoghan son of Toirdhealbhach son of Maelsechlainn O Domhnaill Political Conflict
political conflictfighting between Gerald son of Gerald, earl of Kildare and the people of Laois the son of Toirdhealbhach Oc mac Domhnaill, constable of the galloglasses of the earl of Kildare, was killed Political Conflict
political conflictfamily feud Conchobhar Og son of Conchobhar Caoch O Domhnaill was killed Political Conflict
political conflictfamily feud Conchobhar Og son of Conchobhar Caoch O Domhnaill was killed Political Conflict
political conflict death of Alexander Og son of Toirdhealbhach mac Domhnaill, Alexander, son of Toirdelbach mac Domhnaill and many others Political Conflict
political conflict Cu-Connacht, son of Philip Mag Uidhir was killed Political Conflict
political conflict John mac Suibhne and Murchadh mac Suibhne were taken prisoner Political Conflict
political conflict
PortnatrynodOn the night before a promised battle beteen the justicar and O Neill on the one hand, and O Domhnaill on the other, Magnus O Domhnaill with a party of Scots went shooting arrows at the army of Galls in O Neill's camp Calbach son of Bran son of Tadhg O Broin was killed by Magnus O Domhnaill and the party of Scots Political Conflict
raid and battleTadc mac Diarmata, king of Moylurg made an expedition to Airtech to demand dues and was met by an excessive body of foes - (AC, 1405, p. 393, par. 15) that included O Conchobhair Donn; the posterity of Muirchertach Muimnech O Conchobhair; sons of Fergal mac Diarmata; people of Airtech; clann Ceithernaig; clann Conchobhair Mac Diarmata and his allies managed to defeat this mingled host of enemies at the beginning of the day - (AC, 1405, p. 395, par. 15). However, an arrow shot was sent from the opposing army and shot through the worthless rabble-rout and mean folk and the Raid
raid into Tirerril reaching Moytirr of the Fomorians and leaving towards Coillte Conchobair when routed at Cnoc in ChromaO Conchobhair Ruad hand Conchobhar mac Diarmata, king of Moylurg led a raiding party that included Mac Diarmata's constable, Somairle mac Domhnaill into Tirerril reaching Moytirra of the Fomorians where they took great preys (AC 1398, p. 371, par. 24) and went towards Coillte Conchobair when their hired troops and young levies went off with their booty (AC, 1398, p. 373, par. 24) and left O Conchobhar Ruadh, Conchobhar mac Diarmata, king of Moylurg and his constable, Somairle Buide mac Domhnaill and Somairle mac Domhnaill's followers. O Conchobhair Ruadh; Conchobhar mac Diarmata, king of Moylurg and his constable, Somairle Buide son of Marcus mac Domhnaill and the people of Somairle mac Domhnaill, having been deserted by their hired troops and young levies (AC, 1398, p. 373, par. 24) Booty raid
rout of Ceann Maghair Atha 'Kinnaweer'Succession dispute over what was considered Toirrdhealbhach's evil rule Defeat and death of Toirrdhealbhach, Maolmhuire mac Suibhne was installed as Mac Suibhne. Nechtain's descendants were routed Aodh Ruadh O Domhnaill was inaugurated. Political; Internecine Rivalry
Ruaidhri mac Suibhne and Clanwilliam
Ruaidhri mac Suibhne and Rughraighe, son of Nechtain, O Domhnaill and the Children of Niall O Domhnaill
Ruaidhri mac Suibhne, Conn O Domhnaill and Aodh O Domhnaill and Clann Suibhne na dTuath
Scotland - Hangingunclear Eidhin Mor mac Domhnaill, Eoghan Cathanach mac Domhnaill and Alustrann Ballach mac Domhnaill were hanged by the king of Scotland from the gallows. Hanging
succession disputesuccession dispute Aodh O Domhnaill was deposed by his own brother Toirdhealbhach, who assumed the kingship himself through the power of his mother's kin, the Clann Domhnaill, and of many other gallowglasses. succession dispute
the battle of Gairbh-Eiscir (Bealach na gCorrghad)
The famous battle at Sliabh Mis - Slemish
the Plain of Connacht and Ard-in-caillin and the Islands of Loch-Caircin Domhnall Og son of Mac Domhnaill was killed Raid
The rescue of the army of Niall O DomhnaillO Domhnaill was captured by the English
The sons of Murchadh mac Suibhne na dTuath and Seoan son of Conn O DomhnaillSeoan son of Conn O Domhnaill was killed by the sons of Murchadh Mac Suibhne na dTuath Seoan son of Conn O Domhnaill was killed by the sons of Murchadh mac Suibhne na dTuath
The territory of Airtech Broadbreast; Airtech - Cath Airtich (AC, 1405.15)Clann Caba went on an attack into Meath Mac Diarmata defeated 'this mingled host of enemies at the beginning of the day and his men made great slaughter of the rabble.' (AC, 1405.15) Raid
Tir Conaillwar between Conn Bacach O Domhnaill, king of Tir Eoghain and Aodh Dubh, king of Tir Conaill O Neill with his supporters and army came into Tir Conaill and took Ballyshannon Castle and burnt Belleek and Bundrowes before departing safely. Political Conflict
Tirhugh, its corn and hay and buildings, from Ath na nGall to Ballyshannon and O Domhnaill's stronghold at Murbach (AC, 1419, p. 443, par. 3)hosting by Brian O Conchobhair and the whole of North Connacht Tirhugh (its corn and hay and buildings) were destroyed from Ath na nGall to Ballyshannon and O Domhnaill's stronghold, Murbach, was burnt Hosting
Toirdhealbhach mac Suibhne and O Domhnaill and Maghnus O Domhnaill and the descendants of Domhnall mac Suibhne
Towards Murbhach. These are the conditions of the contract agreed by Toirdhealbhach an Fhiona O Domhnaill and Toirdhealbhach Coach mac Suibhne and his son, Toirdhealbhach Ruadh, and all their fellow galloglasses. This was the first time a contract of this sort was made on the Mac Suibhne galloglasses. Previously they served whomsoever they wished. 'It was the Scottish habit they had observed until that time, namely, each man according as he was employed.' (Leabhar Chlainne Suibhne, p. 45)O Domhnaill's release of Mac Suibhne's son. Political reconciliation.
war for the lordship of Fanad following the death of Ruaidhri son of Maolmhuire mac Suibhnewar for the lordship of Fanad following the death of Ruaidhri son of Maolmhuire mac Suibhne The Cineal Conaill, namely O Domhnaill and his sons and the cheifs of all Tir Chonaill, came together in Cill mac nEnain 'Kilmacrenan' and proclaimed as Mac Suibhne Domhnall Og, son of Domhnaill. But Maolmhuire's descendants never submitted to Domhnall Og


124 Individual(s) / Person(s)

Name of Individual Family's Place of Origin Sobriquet / Epithet / Diminitive DOB / DOD / Floruit
a battalion of clann Domhnaill galloglasses under Toirdhealbhach mac Domhnaill DOD: 1419
a battalion of Clann Dubhghaill galloglasses under Alexander mac DubhghaillArgyll, Scotland DOD: 1419
a great number of the Clann Domhnaill GalloclaechIslay, Scotland DOD: 1522
A great number of the Clann SithigWestern Isles, Scotland DOD: 1522
Aengus son of Maolmhuire mac SuibhneCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland DOD: 1541
Alexander mac Domhnaill the best for hospitality and excellence that was in Ireland and in Scotland' (AU, 1295 (1295), p. 393) DOD: 1299
Alexander mac DubghaillIslay, Scotland
Alexander mac DubhghaillArgyll, Scotland The AC annalist calls him that doughty champion never before overcome in battle or combat or onset (AC, 1419, p. 447, par. 18). DOD: 1419
Alexander Og son of Toirdhealbhach mac Domhnaill - lord of the galloglasses - tigerna na ngalloclaechIslay, Scotland Alexander Oc mac Domhnaill DOD: 1368
Alusdar mac DomhnaillIslay, Scotland floruit: 1522
Alustrann Ballach mac DomhnaillIslay, Scotland DOD: 1499
Aodh Buide son of Toirdhealbhach mac Domhnaill, commander of galloglasses - constapla galloclaechIslay, Scotland Buide DOD: 1467
band of galloglasses
battalion of Clann Domhnaill GalloglassesIslay, Scotland DOD: 1541
Brian mac Suibhne son of Domhnaill mac Suibhne
Brian son of Lochlainn mac SuibhneCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland DOD: 1531
Clann DomhnaillIslay, Scotland
Clann Domhnaill forces of Raghnall, son of Alexander, heir of the Clann Domhnaill
Clann Suibhne
Clann SuibhneCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland floruit: 1536
Colla son of Alusdrann mac DomhnaillIslay, Scotland floruit: 1544
Colla son of Colla mac DomhnaillIslay, Scotland DOD: 1530
Conchobar Og son of Conchobar Caoch O Domhnaill, constable of the galloglassesCenel Conaill, Donegal, Ireland DOD: 1526
Domhnaill mac Suibhne floruit: 1367
Domhnall Gerr son of Toirdhealbhach mac DomhnaillIslay, Scotland DOD; 1419
Domhnall Gorm son of Alustrann mac DomhnaillIslay, Scotland Gorm DOD: 1488
Domhnall mac SuibhneCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland floruit: 1419
Domhnall Og son of Mac Domhnaill
Donnchad mac Domhnaill, constable to Tadc mac Diarmata, king of MoylurgIslay, Scotland DOD: 1413 (AC, 1413, p. 419, par. 10)
Donnchadh mac Domhnaill, constable of Tadc mac Diarmata, king of MoylurgIslay, Scotland
Dubaltach son of Colla mac SuibhneCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland DOD: 1543
Dubaltach son of Fer Dorcha mac SuibhneCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland floruit: 1543
Dubhghaill mac Domhnaill (Mac Domhnnaill the galloglass) floruit: 1397
Eoghan Cathanach mac DomhnaillIslay, Scotland DOD: 1499
Eoghan mac SuibhneCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland 1.Eoghan an Engnamha: Eoin of the Prowess; 2. Eoghan na Laimhe Maithe: Eoghan of the Good Hand; 3. Eoghan na nIngnadh: Eoghan of the Wonders; 4. An Ridere Buidhe: The Yellow Knight
Eoghan son of Duibgenn son of Eoghan mac DubhghaillArgyll, Scotland DOD: 1469
galloglasses 1315 - ravaging of Carbury
galloglasses of Brian O Conchobhair and the whole of North Connacht
galloglasses of Domhnall mac Suibhne floruit: 1419
galloglasses of Donnchad mac Domhnaill, constable of Tadc mac Diarmata, king of Moylurg
galloglasses of Gerald son of Gerald, earl of Kildare
galloglasses of O Ceallaigh and the Clann Uilliam Burke under the command of Aodh Buide son of Toidhealbhach mac Domhnaill DOD: 1467
galloglasses of Seoan O Domnhaill
galloglasses of the earl of Kildare floruit: 1522
galloglasses of the men of Connacht south of the Curlieus
galloglasses of Tir Conaill DOD: 1541
galloglasses of Toirdhealbhach and Alexander mac Domhnaill
galloglasses under Domhnaill mac Suibhne floruit: 1367
Gilla Espuic son of Donnchad mac DomhnaillIslay, Scotland The annalist calls him the man who was most respected by the Galls (AC, 1440, p. 483, par. 5). DOD: 1440
James, son of Mac Domhnaill floruit: 1540
John mac Domhnaill, king of Insi-Gall DOD: 1387
John mac Suibhne
leader of galloglasses DOD: 1526
Leinster galloglasses DOD: 1522 (AC, 1522, par. 7)
Lochlainn Colach mac CabaWestern Isles, Scotland DOD: 1413
Mac Domhnaill DOD: 1318
Mac Domhnaill GalloclaechIslay, Scotland floruit: 1524
Mac Domhnaill Galloglach (Galloclaech)Islay, Scotland Galloglach floruit: 1542
Mac Domhnaill of Scotland (Mac Domhnaill na hAlpin)Islay, Scotland of Scotland Floruit: 1411
Mac Domhnaill, king of Argyll - ri Oirir GaedealIslay, Scotland DOD: 14 October 1318
Mac Gilla Eoin, follower of Mac Domhnaill of Scotland
Mac Ruaidhri, king of the Hebrides -ri Innsi GallGarmoran DOD: 14 October 1318
Mac SuibhneCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland floruit: 1388
Mac SuibhneCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland
Magnus son of Fer Dorca mac SuibhneCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland
Many Other Galloglasses - Galloclaech Imeda AiliIslay, Scotland
many other Scots in the army of Conn Bacach O Neill, king of Tir Eoghain DOD: 1522
Maolmhuire mac Suibhne FanadCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland Fanad (AC 1472) Easter Tuesday (1472 according to the Annals of Ulster- note in LCS); 1472 (AC 1472)
Maolmhuire Mergech son of Eoghan Ruardh mac SuibhneCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland DOD: 1539
Maolmhuire na Samhthach 'of the battleaxes' mac Domhnaill
Maolmhuire son of Domhnaill of Mac Suibhne FanadCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland Eligible for the lordship of fanad DOD: 1543
Marcus mac Domhnaill floruit: 1367
mercenaries (buannaidhe) of the Clann SuibhneCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland floruit: 1542
Murchadh mac Suibhne
Murchadh Mear mac SuibhneCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland Murchadh Mear - Murchadh the Crazy Floruit: 1267
Oengus son of Alexander mac DomhnaillIslay, Scotland DOD 1468
other great men from Scotland Floruit: 1524
party of Scots with Magnus O Domnaill Floruit: 1524
Radharc-breaghach mac SuibhneCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland
Ragnall son of Alexander, heir of the Clann Alexander (Mac Domhnaill)Islay, Scotland. ('Ragnall son of Alexander, heir of the Clann Alexander, arrived from the Hebrides' - AC p. 329, par. 11)
Ruaidhri mac SuibhneCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland the day of the Mac Suibhne victory at the battle of Edan Mor 'Edenmore' against the children of Niall O Domhnaill.
Ruaidhri Og son of Ruaidhri son of Toirdhealbhach mac Domhnaill, the great famous constable - an sarconstapla saidechtIslay, Scotland DOD: 1465
Ruaidhri son of Maolmhuire mac Suibhne FanadCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland Fanad (AC, 1472) date of death: April 7, 1518 (LCS) DOD: Easter (AC, 1518, p. 635, par. 5)
Ruaidhri son of Ruaidhri son of Toirdhealbhach mac Domhnaill Islay, Scotland DOD: 1473
Scotch contingent - fecht Alpanac floruit: 1522
Scotch contingent commanded by Alusdur mac Domhnaill floruit: 1522 (AC, 1522, p. 643, par. 6)
Scots floruit: 1540
Scots floruit: 1542
Scots with Colla and Seamus sons of Mac Domhnaill of ScotlandIslay, Scotland
Seamus son of Mac Domhnaill of ScotlandIslay, Scotland
Somairle Buide son of Marcus mac Domhnaill, constable ('consabla') of Mac Diarmata, king of MoylurgIslay, Scotland Buide the Tawny (AU, 1399.2) DOD: 1398
Somhairle, son of Eoghan Dub mac Domhnaill 'the black', high constable of the Fifth of Ulster - Ardconstapla Coicid UladIslay, Scotland Somuirle of the sharp-pointed spears (AU, 1362 [1365], p. 521] DOD: 1365
son of Alexander mac DubhghaillArgyll, Scotland DOD: 1419
son of Alexander mac DubhghaillArgyll, Scotland DOD: 1419
son of Alusdrann Carrach son of Mac DomhnaillIslay, Scotland DOD: 1542
son of Donnchadh son of Mac Suibhne na dTuathCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland floruit: 1542
Son of Mac DomhnaillIslay, Scotland floruit: 1542
son of Mac DomhnaillIslay, Scotland floruit: 1542
Son of Mac Dubhghaill of ScotlandArgyll, Scotland DOD: 1529
Son of Mac SuibhneCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland floruit: 1388
son of mac Suibhne of Tir Boghaine DOD: 1542
son of Murchadh mac SuibhneCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland DOD: 1542
Sons of Dubhghaill mac Domhnaill floruit 1397
sons of Murchadh Mor mac SuibhneCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland floruit: 1544
sons of Oengus son of Domhnall Oc mac DomhnaillIslay, Scotland DOD: 1404
sons of the abbot son of Alustrann mac DomhnaillIslay, Scotland floruit: 1488
sons of Toirdhealbhach son of Ruaidhri son of Maolmhuire mac Suibhne FanadCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland floruit: 1543
Suibhne son of Eoghan son of Suibhne son of Maolmhuire an Sparain Mac SuibhneCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland
Tadhg, son of Maghnus, son of Cathal mac Domnaill
ten of the nobles of the Clann DomhnaillIslay, Scotland DOD: 1467
the Clann Domhnaill of Clann-Ceallaigh
the people/ men / following of Somairle Buidhe son of Marcus mac Domhnaill, constable to Mac Diarmata
the Scots of Mac Ruaidhri, king of the Hebrides and Mac Domhnaill, king of Argyll men of Scotland (AU 1315 [1318] p. 433) DOD: 14 October 1318
the son of Eoghan Cathanach Mac DomhnaillIslay, Scotland floruit: 1524
the son of Toirdhealbhach Oc mac Domhnaill; Constable of the earl of Kildare's galloglasses DOD: 1514
the sons of Murchadh mac Suibhne na dTuathCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland floruit: 1540
Toirdhealbhach mac DomhnaillIslay, Scotland floruit: 1419
Toirdhealbhach mac Domhnaill for Domhnaill O NeillIslay, Scotland DOD: 1366
Toirdhealbhach mac Domhnaill GalloclachIslay, Scotland Galloclach - Galloclaich
Toirdhealbhach mac Suibhne na TuathCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland floruit: 1359
Toirdhealbhach son of Suibhne son of Maolmhuire an Sparain Mac SuibhneCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland Toirrdhealbhach of Beal Atha Daire
Toirrdhealbhach mac SuibhneCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland
Toirrdhealbhach Ruadh mac SuibhneCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland Toirrdhealbhach Ruadh - Famous poems were composed for him such as 'Fanad Sanctuary of Generosity', 'Fanad Nurse of Generosity', and 'Fanad Well of Generosity'.
young nobles of the Clann Suibhne Castlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland floruit and DOD for some: 1542


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Title Date Literary Genre Name Of Individual Mentioned
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 559 Annal Ruaidhri son of Ruadhri son of Toirdhealbhach mac Domhnaill (AC, 1473, p. 567, par. 31)
AU, 1399.2 [1399], p.43 Annal Somairle Buide son of Marcus mac Domhnaill, constable ('consabla') of Mac Diarmata, king of Moylurg (AC, 1398, pp. 371-3, par. 24); (AU, 1399.2 [1399], p.43): consabla (AC, 1398)
AU, 1399.2 [1399], p.43 Annal the people/ men / following of Somairle Buidhe son of Marcus mac Domhnaill, constable to Mac Diarmata (AC, 1398 pp. 371-3, par. 24); (AU, 1399.2 [1399], p.43) muintir (AC, 1398)
AU, 1397.2 [1397], Vol ii, pp. 33-39 Annal Dubhghaill mac Domhnaill. (Mac Domhnnaill the galloglass) (AU, 1397.2 [1397], Vol 11, pp. 33-35)
AU, 1397.2 [1397], Vol ii, pp. 33-39 Annal Sons of Dubhghaill mac Domhnaill (AU, 1397.2 [1397], Vol ii, pp. 33-35)
AU, 1397.2 [1397], Vol ii, pp. 33-39 Annal Domhnaill mac Suibhne (AU, 1397.2 [1397], Vol ii, pp. 33-35)
AU, 1397.2 [1397], Vol ii, pp. 33-39 Annal galloglasses under Domhnaill mac Suibhne (AU, 1397.2 [1397], Vol ii, pp. 33-35)
AU, 1397.2 [1397], Vol ii, pp. 33-39 Annal Marcus mac Domhnaill (AU, 1397.2 [1397], Vol ii, pp. 33-35)
AU, 1388.1 [1388], Vol ii, p. 21 Annal Domhnall Og son of Mac Domhnaill (AU, 1388.1 [1388], Vol ii, p. 21)
AU, 1387.7 [1387], Vol ii, p. 19 Annal John mac Domhnaill, king of Insi-Gall (AU, 1387.7 [1387], Vol ii, p. 19)
AU, 1363 [1366], pp. 526-527 Annal Ragnall son of Alexander, heir of the Clann Alexander (Mac Domhnaill) (AC, 1366, p. 329, par. 11; AU, 1363 [1366], pp. 526-527) AC - he is the son of Alexander; AU he is the father of Alexander
AU, 1363 [1366], pp. 526-527 Annal Toirdhealbhach mac Domhnaill for Domhnaill O Neill ( AU, 1363 [1366], pp. 526-527)
AU, 1315 [1318], p. 433 Annal Mac Domhnaill, king of Argyll - ri Oirir Gaedeal (AC, 1318, par. 8, p. 253; AU, 1315 [1318], p. 433)
AU, 1295/9, p. 393 Annal Clann Domhnaill (AU, 1295/9, p. 393)
AU 1315 [1318], p. 433 Annal the Scots of Mac Ruaidhri, king of the Hebrides and Mac Domhnaill, king of Argyll (AC 1318, par. 8, p.253, AU 1315 [1318], p. 433)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 185, paragraph 7 (1290).1290 Annal Clann Domhnaill (AC, 1290, p.185, par.7; AU, 1286, p. 373)
AU, 1295/9, p. 3931299 Annal Alexander mac Domhnaill (AU, 1295/9, p. 393)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 2531318 Annal Mac Domhnaill (AC, 1318, par. 6, p. 253)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 2531318 Annal Mac Domhnaill, king of Argyll (AC, 1318, par. 8, p. 253) - ri Oirir Gaedeal
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 2531318 Annal the Scots of Mac Ruaidhri, king of the Hebrides and MacDomhnaill, king of Argyll (AC, 1318, par. 8, p. 253)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 3271365 Annal Somhairle, son of Eoan Dub mac Domhnaill, high constable of Ulster (AC, 1365, p. 327, par. 8) - Ardconstapla Coicid Ulad
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 3291366 Annal gallowglasses of Seoan O Domhnaill (AC, 1366, p. 329, par. 8) - galloclaib
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 3291366 Annal Ragnall son of Alexander, heir of the Clann Alexander (Mac Domhnaill) (AC, 1366, p. 329, par. 11; AU, 1363 [1366], pp. 526-527) AC - he is the son of Alexander; AU he is the father of Alexander
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 3291366 Annal Clann Domhnaill forces of Raghnall, son of Alexander, heir of the Clann Domhnaill (AC, 1366, p. 329, par. 11; AU, 1363 [1366], pp. 526-527) AC - galloglasses - galloclaech; AU - kerns
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 3291366 Annal Toirdhealbhach mac Domhnaill (AC, 1366, p. 329, par. 11)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 3291366 Annal Alexander Og son of Toirdhealbhach mac Domhnaill (AC 1366.11, p. 329); (AC 1368.13, p.335); (AU 1363 [1366], pp. 526-527; (AU 1365.9 [1368], p. 535): lord of the galloglasses - tigerna na ngalloclaech (AC 1368.13); lord of the galloglasess - tigherna na n-gallglach (AU 1365.9), constable of the galloglasses - Constabla na n-gallglach & (AU 1365.9), heir of Clann Domhnaill - oighri Clainni Domnaill (AU 1365.9)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 3291366 Annal galloglasses of Toirdhealbhach and Alexander mac Domhnaill (AC, 1366, p. 329, par. 11) - galloclaech
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 3351368 Annal Alexander Og son of Toirdhealbhach mac Domhnaill (AC 1366.11, p. 329); (AC 1368.13, p.335); (AU 1363 [1366], pp. 526-527; (AU 1365.9 [1368], p. 535): lord of the galloglasses - tigerna na ngalloclaech (AC 1368.13); lord of the galloglasess - tigherna na n-gallglach (AU 1365.9), constable of the galloglasses - Constabla na n-gallglach & (AU 1365.9), heir of Clann Domhnaill - oighri Clainni Domnaill (AU 1365.9)
AU, 1379 [1379], Vol ii, p. 31379 Annal the Clann Domhnaill of Clann-Ceallaigh (AU, 1379.9 [1379], Vol ii, p. 3)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 371-31398 Annal Somairle Buide son of Marcus mac Domhnaill, constable ('consabla') of Mac Diarmata, king of Moylurg (AC, 1398, pp. 371-3, par. 24); (AU, 1399.2 [1399], p.43): consabla (AC, 1398)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 371-31398 Annal the people/ men / following of Somairle Buidhe son of Marcus mac Domhnaill, constable to Mac Diarmata (AC, 1398 pp. 371-3, par. 24); (AU, 1399.2 [1399], p.43) muintir (AC, 1398)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 3891404 Annal sons of Oengus son of Domhnall Oc mac Domhnaill (AC, 1404, p. 389, par. 9) - was killed
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 3931405 Annal Donnchad mac Domhnaill, constable of Tadc mac Diarmata, king of Moylurg (AC, 1405, p. 393, par. 15)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 3931405 Annal Donnchadh mac Domhnaill, constable of Tadc mac Diarmata, king of Moylurg (AC, 1405.15, pp.393-5)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 4111411 Annal Mac Domhnaill of Scotland (AC, 1411, p. 411, par. 15) - Mac Domhnaill na hAlpin
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 4111411 Annal Mac Gilla Eoin, follower of Mac Domhnaill of Scotland (AC, 1411, p. 411, par. 15)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 4111411 Annal Mac Gilla Eoin, follower of Mac Domhnaill of Scotland (AC, 1411, p. 411, par. 15)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 4291413 Annal galloglasses of Donnchad mac Domhnaill, constable to Tadc mac Diarmata, king of Moylurg (AC, 1413, p. 419, par. 10) - galloclaib
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 4351417 Annal Toirdhealbhach mac Domhnaill Galloclach (AC, 1417, p. 435, par. 11) - galloclaich
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 4351417 Annal Toirdhealbhach mac Domhnaill Galloclach (AC, 1417, p. 435, par. 11) - galloclaich
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), pp. 445-71419 Annal Domhnall Gerr, son of Toirdhealbhach mac Domhnaill (AC, 1419, pp. 445-7, pars. 17 and 18).
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), pp. 445-71419 Annal Toirdhealbhach mac Domhnaill (AC, 1419, pp. 445-7, pars. 17 and 18).
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), pp. 445-71419 Annal a battalion of Clann Domhnaill galloglasses under Toirdhealbhach mac Domhnaill (AC, 1419, pp. 445-7, par. 17 and 18) - galloclaech
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), pp. 445-71419 Annal Toirdhealbhach mac Domhnaill (AC, 1419, pp. 445-7, pars. 17 and 18).
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), pp. 445-71419 Annal Domhnall Gerr, son of Toirdhealbhach mac Domhnaill (AC, 1419, pp. 445-7, pars. 17 and 18).
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), pp. 445-71419 Annal a battalion of Clann Domhnaill galloglasses under Toirdhealbhach mac Domhnaill (AC, 1419, pp. 445-7, par. 17 and 18) - galloclaech
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 4831440 Annal Gilla Espuic son of Donnchad mac Domhnaill (AC, 1440, p. 483, par. 5)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 4831440 Annal Gilla Espuic son of Donnchad mac Domhnaill (AC, 1440, p. 483, par. 5)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 5311465 Annal Ruaidhri Oc son of Ruaidhri son of Toirdhealbhach mac Domhnaill, the great famous constable (AC, 1465, p. 531, par. 11)- an sarconstapla saidecht
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 5311465 Annal Ruaidhri Oc son of Ruaidhri son of Toirdhealbhach mac Domhnaill, the great famous constable (AC, 1465, p. 531, par. 11)- an sarconstapla saidecht
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 5371467 Annal ten of the nobles of the Clann Domhnaill (AC, 1467, p. 537, par. 9)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 5371467 Annal galloglasses of O Ceallaihg and the Clann Uilliam Burke under the command of Aodh Buide son of Toirdhealbhach mac Domhnaill (AC, 1467, p. 537, par. 9) - galloclaech
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 5371467 Annal ten of the nobles of the Clann Domhnaill (AC, 1467, p. 537, par. 9)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 5371467 Annal galloglasses of O Ceallaigh and the Clann Uilliam Burke under the command of Aodh Buide son of Toirdhealbhach mac Domhnaill (AC, 1467, p. 537, par. 9) - galloclaech
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 5371467 Annal Aodh Buide son of Toirdhealbhach mac Domhnaill, commander of galloglasses (AC, 1467, p. 537, par. 9) - constapla galloclaech
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 5371467 Annal galloglasses of O Ceallaihg and the Clann Uilliam Burke under the command of Aodh Buide son of Toirdhealbhach mac Domhnaill (AC, 1467, p. 537, par. 9) - galloclaech
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 5371467 Annal ten of the nobles of the Clann Domhnaill (AC, 1467, p. 537, par. 9)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 5371468 Annal Oengus son of Alexander mac Domhnaill (AC, 1468, p. 545, par. 34)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 5371468 Annal Oengus son of Alexander mac Domhnaill (AC, 1468, p. 545, par. 34)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 5651473 Annal Ruaidhri son of Ruaidhri son of Toirdhealbhach mac Domhnaill (AC, 1473, p. 565, par. 31)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 5911488 Annal Domhnall Gorm son of Alustrann mac Domhnaill (AC, 1488, p. 591, par. 4)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 5911488 Annal sons of the abbot son of Alustrann mac Domhnaill (1488, p. 591, par. 4)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 5911488 Annal Domhnall Gorm son of Alustrann mac Domhnaill (AC, 1488, p. 591, par. 4)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 5911488 Annal sons of the abbot son of Alustrann mac Domhnaill (1488, p. 591, par. 4)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 6051499 Annal Eoghan Cathanach mac Domhnaill (AC, 1499, p. 605, par. 2)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 6051499 Annal Alustrann Ballach mac Domhnaill (AC, 1499, p. 605, par. 2)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 6251513 Annal the son of Toirdhealbhach Oc mac Domhnaill; Constable of the earl of Kildare's galloglasses (AC, 1514, p. 625, pars 4 and 5) - consapla
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 6251513 Annal the son of Toirdhealbhach Oc mac Domhnaill; Constable of the earl of Kildare's galloglasses (AC, 1514, p. 625, pars 4 and 5) - consapla
MS 24 p. 25 edited in 1920 by Paul Walsh who titled the MS 'Leabhar Chlainne Suibhne'. (Leabhar Chlainne Suibhne ed. Rev. Paul Walsh (Dublin, 1920) from MS 24 p. 25 in R.I.A. (MS composed between 1513 and circa 1544).)1513-1566 genealogy Maolmhuire na Samhthach of the battleaxes mac Domhnaill
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 6431522 Annal Alusdar mac Domhnaill (AC, 1522, p. 643, par. 6) - commander
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 6431522 Annal Scotch contingent commanded by Alusdur mac Domhnaill (AC, 1522, p. 643, par. 6)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 6431522 Annal a great number of the Clann Domhnaill Galloclaech [AC, 1522, p. 643, par. 7] - Galloclaich
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 6431522 Annal Scotch contingent commanded by Alusdur mac Domhnaill (AC, 1522, p. 643, par. 6)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 6431522 Annal a great number of the Clann Domhnaill Galloclaech [AC, 1522, p. 643, par. 7] - Galloclaich
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 6431524 Annal the son of Eoghan Cathanach Mac Domhnaill [no. 143] (AC, 1524, p. 651, par. 7)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 6431524 Annal Mac Domhnaill Galloclaech (AC, 1524, p. 651, par. 7)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 6431524 Annal the son of Eoghan Cathanach Mac Domhnaill [no. 143] (AC, 1524, p. 651, par. 7)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 6431524 Annal Mac Domhnaill Galloclaech (AC, 1524, p. 651, par. 7)
The Annals of Connacht (AD 1224-1544), ed. A. Martin Freeman (Dublin: The Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, 1944), p. 6431526 Annal Conchobar Og son of Conchobar Caoch O Domhnaill, constable of the galloglasses (AC, 1526, p. 661, par 15) - consabla galloclaech
AC, 1530, p. 675, par. 91530 Annal Colla son of Colla mac Domhnaill (AC, p. 675, par. 9)
AC, 1540, pp. 715-7, par. 101540 Annal Colla son of Alusdrann mac Domhnaill (AC, 1540, pp. 715-7, par. 10)
AC, 1540, p.717, par. 161540 Annal James, son of Mac Domhnaill (AC, 1540, p. 717, par. 16)
AC, 1541, p. 719, par. 41541 Annal battalion of Clann Domhnaill Galloglasses (AC, 1541, p. 719, par. 4)
contemporary1542 Annal son of Mac Domhnaill (AC, 1542, p. 725, par. 9)
AC, 1542, p. 729, par. 201542 Annal mac Domhnaill Galloglach (Galloclarch) (AC, 1542, p. 729, par. 20)
AC, 1542, p. 725, par. 91542 Annal son of Alusdrann Carrach son of Mac Domhnaill (AC, 1542, p. 725, par. 9)
AC, 1542, p. 725, par. 111542 Annal son of Mac Domhnaill (AC, 1542, p. 725, par. 11)
AC. 1543, p. 543, p. 729, par. 21543 Annal Maolmhuire son of Domhnaill of Mac Suibhne Fanad ( AC 1543, p. 543, p. 729, par. 2)
AC, p. 737, par. 111544 Annal Seamus son of Mac Domhnaill of Scotland ( AC, 1544, p. 737, par. 11)
AC, 1544, p. 737, par. 111544 Annal Scots with Colla and Seamus sons of Mac Domhnaill of Scotland (AC, 1544, p. 737, par. 11)