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Ó Doibhilén O'Devlin (11 century)

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  • The following genealogical tables have been prepared by Mr. Terence Rafferty for Joseph Chubb Devlins book [1]
  • Áedh Findliath "White Hair, High King of Ireland"(879)
  • Domnall mac Áeda King of Ailech(915) [2] Needs to be entered into WikiTree
  • Eochaidh of Drumleene (Eochaidh had three sons, namely Ceallach, Ailill and Fogartach)
  • Kelly (Ceallach)
  • Shaughnessy (Seachnasach)
  • Donnelly (Donnghal) Is Garbh the same person?
  • Ó Doibhilén O'Devlin (about 11 century) (Ancestor of the "PEOPLE of DEVLIN)
  • Ceallachan
  • Donnghal
  • Eachthighearn
  • Giolla mac Liag (about 1174-1177)
  • Dobholen and Dobhailen have different fathers
  • 2 Ailill have different fathers
  • Notes from The story of an Irish sept, the O'Develins of Tyrone, 3ed ed. by Develin, Joseph Chubb, P127 APPENDIX 1 THE ORIGIN AND DESCENT OF THE DEVLINS The following genealogical tables have been prepared by Mr. Terence Rafferty for this appendix. Proper names have been slightly modernized and standardized, except for Irish forms of Devlin.
  • THE BOOK OF BALLYMOTE (72a, 75a, and 75b) The Genealogy of the Men of Druim Lighean.
  • Giolla mac Liag, son of Eachthighearn, son of Donnghal, son of Ceallachan, son of Dobholen, son of Donnghal, son of Seachnasach, son of Ceallach, son of Eochaidh, son of Domhnall.
  • Eochaidh, son of Domhnall, son of Muircheartach, son of Muireadhach, son of Eoghan, son of Niall of the Nine Hostages.
  • Eochaidh had three sons, namely Ceallach, Ailill and Fogartach.
  • Giolla Criost and Larene, the two sons of Ailill, son of Flannagan, son of Ceallachan, son of Doibhilen, son of Garbh.
  • Flaithbheartach son of Ualgharg, son of Lomasna, son of Conaing, son of Doibhilen.
  • Cathalah, son of Giolla Domhnainn, son of Muireadhach, son of Cinaeth, son of Cathalan, son of Cathmhaol, son of Conaing, son of Doibhilen.
  • The People of Cearnachan, son of Conaing, son of Dobhailen.
  • The People of Breslen, son of Conaing, son of Dobhailen.
  • THE BOOK OF LECAN (56a 25 verso, 58b 14 recto) This is the book of the Men of Druim Lighean.
  • Giolla mac Liag, son of Eachthighearn, son of Donnghal, son of Doibhilen, son of Donnghal, son of Seachnasach, son of Ceallach, son of Eochaidh, son of Domhnall.
  • Eochaidh, son of Domhnall, son of Muircheartach, son of Muireadhach, son of Eoghan, son of Niall.
  • Eochaidh had three sons, namely, Ceallach and Ailill and Fogartach. Giolla Criost and Larene, the two sons of Ailill, son of Flannagan, son of Ceallachan, son of Doibhilen, son of Garbh.

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References

  1. The story of an Irish sept, the O'Devlins of Tyrone, by Develin, Joseph Chubb, b. 1889 ​ Page 7 has a genealogical chart from 157 A.D. to 11th century and P127 APPENDIX 1 THE ORIGIN AND DESCENT OF THE DEVLINS.
  2. "Wikipedia Domnall mac Áeda King of Ailech"




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