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2 Battle(s) / Event(s)

Name of Battle / Encounter Cause Result Classification
Innsi Meic an Duirn (Inishmacadurn Rutland Island, off west coast of Donegal - AC, p.732, par. 5) Eoghan mac Suibhne and his son Brian were captured by a fleet from West Connacht and taken as prisoners kidnapping
journey to Scotland from UlsterTuathal O Maille went to Ulster as a mercenary soldier and spent a year there. He was on his way home about Colum Cille's day with 7 ships full of his people when he was caught in a storm of the western sea. The fleet was driven northwards (with Scotland on their right hand) and 6 ships were sunk with all on board.

5 Individual(s) / Person(s)

Name of Individual Family's Place of Origin Sobriquet / Epithet / Diminitive DOB / DOD / Floruit
Domhnall Ballach 'the Freckled', son of Mac Suibhne Gerr 'the Dwarf' the Freckled (AU, 1413.5) DOD: around Colum Cille's day, 1413
Donnchadh son of Eoghan Connachtach mac SuibhneCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland DOD: around Colum Cille's day, 1413
Eoghan Mor mac Suibhne na TuathCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland died having lived a lifetime of humanity (AC, 1544, p.737, par. 16) floruit: 1543; DOD: 1544 (AC, 1544, p. 737, par. 16) (AFM: 1545 for obit.)
Ruaidhri Og mac SuibhneCastlesween, Knapdale, Kintyre, Scotland DOD: 1508
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)

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