Rí Ailigh de Chineál Eoghain, clann Uí Néill an Tuaiscirt, ba ea Niall Mac Lochlainn (bás 1176).[1] Muircheartach Mac Lochlainn, iar-rí, ba ea a athair.[2]

Niall Mac Lochlainn
Rí Ailigh

Saol
Bás 1176
Muintir
Athair Muircheartach Mac Lochlainn
Gairm
Gairm monarc

Roinn Ruairí Ó Conchúir, rí na gConnacht, Tír Eoghain idir Niall agus Aodh Méith Ó Néill.[3]

Is amhlaidh gurbh iníon Néill í Fionnuala (Findguala), gariníon Mhuircheartaigh a phós Guðrøðr Óláfsson, rí Átha Cliath agus na nOileán.[4][5][6][7][8]

FoinsíCuir in Eagar

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  • McDonald, RA (2007). "Manx Kingship in its Irish Sea Setting, 1187–1229: King Rǫgnvaldr and the Crovan Dynasty". Baile Átha Cliath: Four Courts Press. 
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  • Pollock, M (2005). "Rebels of the West, 1209–1216". Cambrian Medieval Celtic Studies 50: 1–30. ISSN 1353-0089. 

Naisc sheachtrachaCuir in Eagar

TagairtíCuir in Eagar

  1. Lydon (2005), lch. 56.
  2. Pollock (2005), ll. 14–15.
  3. Pollock (2005), ll. 14–15.
  4. Martin (2008), lch. 135
  5. McDonald (2007a), lch. 52
  6. McDonald (2007b), lch. 71
  7. Pollock (2005), ll. 15, 16 n. 76
  8. Flanagan (1989), lch. 103.