Surname/tag: Irish_roots Ireland
Kings of Tír Eóghain aka Tyrone 1185-1616
Meic Lochlainn Kings
- Ardgar Maclochlainn O Néill
- 1084-1121 Domnall macArdgar O Lochlainn
- 1083 - Niall O Lochlainn
- 1156- 1166 Muircheartach Mac Lochlainn
- 1185-1188* Domhnall mac Aodha Mac Lochlainn: 1185; deposed 1186 ;restored 1187; died 1188
- 1186-1187 Ruaidhri Ó Flaithbheartaigh:
- 1188-1196 Muirchertach mac Muirchertach (abt.1135-1196) Mac Lochlainn:
- 1196-1230 Aodh Méith mac Aodha Ó Néill: ; first Ua Neill (Ó Néill) king.
- 1201-1201Conchobhar Beg mac Conchobhair Mac Lochlainn:
- 1230-1230 Niall Ruadh mac Aodha Ó Néill:
- 1230-1238* Domnall mac Muirchertach (abt.1175-1241) 1230; dep. 1230; res. 1234; died 1241
Ó Néill Kings
- Domhnall Óg mac Aodha Méith Ó Néill: 1230 - 1234
- Brian O'Neill (Brian mac Néill) (Brian Ruaidh Ó Néill): 1238 - 16 May 1260; High King of Ireland 1258-1260.
- Aodh Buidhe mac Domhnaill Óg: 1260; dep. 1261; rest. 1263; died 1283 (the last to be styled King of Ailech)
- Niall Culanach mac Domhnaill Óg: 1261; dep. 1263; res. 1286; dep. 1290; died 1291
- Domhnall mac Brian Ó Néill : 1283; dep. 1286; res. 1290; dep. 1291; res. 1295; died 1325
- Brian mac Aodha Buidhe: 1291 - 1295
- Éinri mac Briain meic Aodha Buidhe: 1325; dep. 1345; died 1347
- Aodh Reamhair (Aodh Mór) mac Domhnaill: 1345-1364 - with one exception, all future kings were his descendants.
- Niall Mór mac Aodha Reamhair: 1364; also styled as King of Ulster 1364; abdicated 1397; died 1398
- Niall Óg mac Néill: 1397-1403
- Brian Óg mac Néill Óg: 1403-1403
- Domhnall mac Éinri Aimhreidh: 1404; dep. 1410; res.1414; dep.1419; res.1421; died 1 January 1432
- Eoghan mac Néill Óg: 1410; dep.1414; res.1419; dep. 1421; res. 1432; abdicated 1455; died 1456
- Henry O'Neill Éinri mac Eoghain: 1455; abdicated 1483; died 1484
- Conn Mór "King of Tír Eógain (Tyrone)" O'Neill aka Conn mac Éinri: 1483 - 8 January 1493
- Éinri Óg mac Éinri: 1493 - 21 August 1498
- Domhnall Clarach Ó Néill: 1498 - 6 August 1509
- Art mac Aodha: 1509-1513; descended from Aed Buidhe; his mother was daughter of Eoghan mac Neill Og.
- 1513-1519 Art "og" O'Neill aka King of Ulster, Note: needs bio, aka Art Óg Ó Néill Wikipedia
- ?-1558 Conn mac Cuinn "Conn Bacach (Conn The Lame), King of Tír Eógain, 1st Earl of Tyrone" O'Neill aka Conn Bacach mac Cuinn Ó Néill: 1519; created Earl of Tyrone 1542; deposed 1558; died 1559
- 1559-1567 Seán Mac Cuinn Bacach "Séan an Díomáis, Donnghaileach, Shane The Proud, The O'Neill, Prince of Ulster" O'Neill aka Seán Donnghaileach (Seán an Diomuis mac Cuinn Bhacaigh) Wikipedia] Note: bio doesn't show King of Tyrone
- Toirdhealbhach Luineach mac Neill Chonnalaigh meic Airt Óig Ó Néill: 1567; surrendered kingship to Hugh O'Neill 1593; died c. 10 September 1595
- Aodh Mór mac Feardorcha Ó Néill: 1593; fled 1607; died 10 July 1616
Earls of Tyrone
- Conn mac Cuinn "Conn Bacach (Conn The Lame), King of Tír Eógain, 1st Earl of Tyrone" O'Neill aka Conn O'Neill, 1st Earl of Tyrone(c. 1484–1559)
- Matthew "Feardorcha, 1st Baron Dungannon" O'Neill, aka Matthew O'Neill, 1st Baron Dungannon (c. 1520–1550)
- Brien O'Neill, 2nd Earl of Tyrone, 2nd Baron Dungannon (c. 1540–1562)
- Sir Hugh "2nd Earl of Tyrone" O'Neill, aka Hugh O'Neill 3rd Baron Dungannon, 2nd or 3rd Earl of Tyrone. (c. 1550–1616) attainted 1608, attainder confirmed by Irish Parliament 1614.
- Hugh O'Neill, Baron Dungannon (c. 1586–1609) attainted 1608.
- Hugh O'Neill (c.1550–1616), the attainted Earl.
- Henry O'Neill (c.1586–1610) Earl Hugh's son by Joan O'Donnell, his second wife; Colonel of the Irish regiment in the Spanish service in Flanders; Knight of Santiago. Accompanied his father in his flight, and was attainted 1608, confirmed 1614. He is omitted from an account of his father's family in 1617; he is noted as dead in 1621
- Shane O'Neill (Juan, John, Sean: 18 October 1599-27 Jan 1641), Earl Hugh's son by Catherine Magenis, his fourth wife. Succeeded his father as Earl of Tyrone, his brother as Colonel; Knight of Calatrava; Major Domo at Madrid, 1638; died in the siege of Barcelona.
His younger brothers died young: Conn (c.1601–1627) was left behind in the flight, went to Eton, and died in the Tower of London; Brian (1604–1617) went to school in Brussels and was killed there, being found hanged with his hands bound. Hugo Eugenio O'Neill, his son, was legitimated at Shane's death by Philip IV of Spain but died young. Shane's will provided that Hugo Eugenio be taught Irish, so he could be an effective leader of the O'Neills; it also provided an elaborate system of succession if Hugo Eugenio died childless, as did happen.
- Conn O'Neill (Con, Constantino, died before 1660), son of Cormac O'Neill, the younger brother of Earl Hugh who died in the Tower of London, was named as second heir in Shane O'Neill's will, if Hugo Eugenio died childless; by the law of the Kingdom of Ireland, he would be the last heir to the Earldom, if restored. Since he died before Hugo Eugenio, he does not appear to have called himself Earl, but Owen Roe O'Neill, Earl Hugh's half-nephew and a general in the War of the Three Kingdoms, acknowledged "that all the immediate right to the earldom of Tyrone belongs to Don Constantino, who is in Spain" and that while he lived, Owen Roe himself "could claim nothing".
By 1660, therefore, the Earldom of Tyrone was extinct as well as forfeit. Nonetheless, the last collateral O'Neill descendants of Mathew "Ferdocha" O'Neill, continued to use the title in Spain until 1692.
- Hugh Dubh O'Neill, (c. 1610 – c.1666), nephew of Owen Roe O'Neill (by his brother Art Oge) and so grandnephew of Earl Hugh, and commander under his uncle in Ireland, where he held
- Hugh Dubh O'Neill (1611-1660)Limerick against Henry Ireton during a long siege. Petitioned Charles II in October 1660, after the English Restoration, to be restored to the Earldom of Tyrone.
- Hugh O'Neill (after 1644 – c. 1670), grandson of Owen Roe O'Neill by his son Henry Roe O'Neill. Knight of Calatrava 1667.
Owen O'Neill, grandnephew of Owen Roe O'Neill, whose younger brother Con had a son Brian, father of this Owen. Educated at Rome; executor of a will 1679, died after 1689. After Owen, no-one claimed the Earldom of Tyrone until the 19th century.
- Don Bernardo O'Neill, (c. 1619 – 1681), colonel of the Irish regiment of Tyrone, nephew of General Eoghan Roe. Born in Armagh, served as a captain in Flanders starting in 1636. Fought in the War of the Confederacy, returned to Flanders and was given permission to raise and Irish regiment in 1663. In 1673, "became Earl of Tyrone after the death of Hugo, son of Henry mac Eoghain Rua". Died 1681 in Barcelona.
- Eugenio O'Neill, after the death of Don Bernardo in 1681, "the titular colonel was the eighth Earl, a young boy also called Eugenio O'Neill", he was claimed as a grandson of General Eoghan Rua through a son named Brian. He was still a minor and titulary colonel of the Regiment of Tyrone on 18 April 1689.
Barons Power (13 September 1535)
- Richard Power, 1st Baron Power (died 1539)
- Piers Power, 2nd Baron Power (died 1545)
- John Power, 3rd Baron Power (1516–1592)
- Richard Power, 4th Baron Power (died 1607)
- John Power, 5th Baron Power (c. 1599–1661)
- Richard Power, 6th Baron Power (created Earl of Tyrone and Viscount Decies in 1673)
Earls of Tyrone, second creation (1673)
with subsidiaries Viscount Decies (1673) and Baron Power (1535)
- Richard Power, 1st Earl of Tyrone (1630–1690)
- John Power, 2nd Earl of Tyrone (c. 1665–1693)
- James Power, 3rd Earl of Tyrone (1667–1704) (extinct 1704; the heir to the Barony of Power had been outlawed in 1688, so it was forfeit )
Heirs to the barony of Power but for the attainder
- John Power (died 1724), Mayor of Limerick
- Henry Power (1699–1742)
- John Power (died 1743)
- William Power (died 1755)
- James Power (died 1757)
- Edmond Power
- William Power (1745–1813)
- Edmond Power (1775–1830)
- John William Power (1816–1851), MP for Dungarvan and County Waterford
- Edmond James de la Poer (1841–1915), MP and High Sheriff of Waterford
- John William Rivallon de la Poer (1882–1939), Lord Lieutenant of Waterford
- Edmond Robert Arnold de la Poer (1911–1995)
- Anthony Edmond Rivallon de la Poer (born 1940)
Earls of Tyrone, third creation (1746)
- [Beresford-126|Marcus "1st Earl of Tyrone" Beresford] Marcus Beresford, 1st Earl of Tyrone (1694–1763) Married 1717, Catherine, daughter of James Power, 3rd Earl of Tyrone, above; created Viscount Tyrone 1720, Earl of Tyrone 1746.
- George de La Poer Beresford, 2nd Earl of Tyrone (1735–1800), created Marquess of Waterford in 1789
- The Mac Lochlainn High-Kingship in Late Pre-Norman Ireland pdf thesis; Dept.Med.Hist.Trinity College, Dublin : by Patrick C. Griffin
- List of rulers of Tír Eoghain - Wikipedia - Devlin-670 13:41, 21 August 2017 (EDT)
- Earl of Tyrone - Wikipedia - Devlin-670 17:38, 21 August 2017 (EDT)
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