Alpin, King of Dalriada, d. 841 in Galloway, Scotland

Father: Eochaidh "the Poisonous", King of Dalriada, d. 819
Mother: Urgusia
Alpin rebelled against Oengus II, King of the Picts and Dalriada.

Children:

  1. daughter Mac Alpin
  2. Donald I, King of Scotland, d. 862, Became king 858 in Scotland
  3. Kenneth I, King of Scotland, d. 13 February 858 in Forteviot, Perthshire, Scotland, He became King of Dalriada, 834 in Dungad, Scotland, united the Pictish and Dalriada kingdoms 843 in Scotland, cause of death was a tumor.

Eochaidh "the Poisonous", King of Dalriada, d. 819

Father: Aed Find "the White", King of Dalriada, d. 771
Mother: Fergina

Spouse: Urgusia

Father: Urguis (Ungast)
Married.

Children:

  1. Alpin, King of Dalriada, d. 841 in Galloway, Scotland

Aed Find "the White", King of Dalriada, d. 771

Father: Eugene VII, King of Dalriada, d. 727, He became King of Dalriada, ca. 726 in Dungad, Scotland
Mother: Spondan
His Gaelic name was Aodh Airgneach.

Spouse: Fergina

Married.

Children:

  1. Eochaidh "the Poisonous", King of Dalriada, m. Urgusia, d. 819

Eugene VII, King of Dalriada, d. 727, He became King of Dalriada, ca. 726 in Dungad, Scotland

Father: Eugene V, King of Dalriada, d. ca. 697, He became King of Dalraida, ca. 696 in Dungad, Scotland
His Gaelic name was Eochaidh or Eocha Angbhadh.

Spouse: Spondan

Married.

Children:

  1. Aed Find "the White", King of Dalriada, m. Fergina, d. 771

Eugene V, King of Dalriada, d. ca. 697, He became King of Dalraida, ca. 696 in Dungad, Scotland

Father: Dongard, d. 673
His Gaelic name was Eochaidh "Crook Nose".

Children:

  1. Eugene VII, King of Dalriada, m. Spondan, d. 727, He became King of Dalriada, ca. 726 in Dungad, Scotland

Dongard, d. 673

Father: Donald IV, King of Dalriada, d. 642 in Strathcarron, Scotland, He became King of Dalriada, ca. 629 in Dungad, Scotland, lost Irish Dalriada 637
His Gaelic name was Domongart.

Children:

  1. Eugene V, King of Dalriada, d. ca. 697, He became King of Dalraida, ca. 696 in Dungad, Scotland

Donald IV, King of Dalriada, d. 642 in Strathcarron, Scotland, He became King of Dalriada, ca. 629 in Dungad, Scotland, lost Irish Dalriada 637

Father: Eugene IV, King of Dalriada, d. 630, He became King of Dalriada, ca. 608 in Dungad, Scotland
His Gaelic name was Domnall Brece (the Frekled) or Donal Breacc (the Speckled).

Children:

  1. Dongard, d. 673

Eugene IV, King of Dalriada, d. 630, He became King of Dalriada, ca. 608 in Dungad, Scotland

Father: Aedon, King of Dalriada, d. 608
His Gaelic name was Eochu Buide (the Fair).

Children:

  1. Donald IV, King of Dalriada, d. 642 in Strathcarron, Scotland, He became King of Dalriada, ca. 629 in Dungad, Scotland, lost Irish Dalriada 637
  2. Conal Cean Gamha, d. 659
  3. Connad Cear, b. ca. 600

Aedon, King of Dalriada, d. 608

Father: Gabran "the Treacherous", King of Dalriada, d. 559, He became King of Dalriada, ca. 538 in Dungad, Scotland
Mother: Ingenach
King Aidan secured the independence of Dalriada in about 575. He was ordained King of Dalriada by Saint Columba.

Children:

  1. Artur
  2. Conaing
  3. Gafron
  4. Eugene IV, King of Dalriada, d. 630, He became King of Dalriada, ca. 608 in Dungad, Scotland
  5. Maithgemma of Monad, m. Cairell of the Dal Fiach

Gabran "the Treacherous", King of Dalriada, d. 559, He became King of Dalriada, ca. 538 in Dungad, Scotland

Father: Dongard, King of Dalriada, d. 506
Mother: Fedelm Foltchain

Spouse: Ingenach

Father: Brychan, King of Brecheiniog
Married.

Children:

  1. Eogann
  2. Aedon, King of Dalriada, d. 608

Dongard, King of Dalriada, d. 506

Father: Fergus Mor, King of Dalriada, b. ca. 434, d. 501
His Gaelic name was Domangart.

Spouse: Fedelm Foltchain

Father: Brion
Married.

Children:

  1. Comghall, d. 537
  2. Gabran "the Treacherous", King of Dalriada, m. Ingenach, d. 559, He became King of Dalriada, ca. 538 in Dungad, Scotland

Fergus Mor, King of Dalriada, b. ca. 434, d. 501

Father: Erc, King of Dalriada, d. 474
After his father died, Fergus Mor became king of Dalriada. The previous colony of Dalriada and Argyle was driven out by the Picts. In 503 (or 498) Fergus Mor returned with an army to establish the kingdom of Scotia Minor. It is believed he brought with him the Stone of Destiny, or Lia Fail. This stone was placed under the throne of Scotland and all kings of Scotland took their oath over it until it was taken by King Edward I of England. It is because of this stone that all Scottish kings are crowned at Scone.

He was the one hundred thirty first monarch of Ireland and the first king of Scottish Dalriada.

Children:

  1. Dongard, King of Dalriada, m. Fedelm Foltchain, d. 506

Erc, King of Dalriada, d. 474

Father: Eochaidh Muinreamhar, King of Dalriada
It is during his reign that Scottish Dalriada began to split from the Irish side. Up until that time Dalriada consisted of two halves: the area that is now County Antrim in Ireland, and what was called Scotia Minor, now Argyll, in Scotland. The name "Argyll" means "coastline of the Gaels".

Children:

  1. Angus
  2. Muircheartach
  3. Lorn (Loarn)
  4. Fergus Mor, King of Dalriada, b. ca. 434, d. 501

Eochaidh Muinreamhar, King of Dalriada

Father: Angus Fir, King of Dalriada
Eochaidh was called "the Horseman of the Heavens."

Children:

  1. Erc, King of Dalriada, d. 474

Angus Fir, King of Dalriada

Father: Fedelmid Aislingech, King of Dalriada

Children:

  1. Eochaidh Muinreamhar, King of Dalriada

Fedelmid Aislingech, King of Dalriada

Father: Angus Buidnech

Children:

  1. Angus Fir, King of Dalriada

Angus Buidnech

Father: Fedelmid Romaich

Children:

  1. Fedelmid Aislingech, King of Dalriada

Fedelmid Romaich

Father: Senchormaich

Children:

  1. Angus Buidnech

Senchormaich

Father: Cruitlinde

Children:

  1. Fedelmid Romaich

Cruitlinde

Father: Findfece

Children:

  1. Senchormaich

Findfece

Father: Achircir

Children:

  1. Cruitlinde

Achircir

Father: Eochaidh Antoit

Children:

  1. Findfece

Eochaidh Antoit

Father: Fiascha Cathmail

Children:

  1. Achircir

Fiascha Cathmail

Father: Eochaid Cairbre Riata, King of Dalriada

Children:

  1. Eochaidh Antoit

Eochaid Cairbre Riata, King of Dalriada

Father: Conaire Caem, King of Ireland, d. 165 in Ireland, He became king of Ireland, 158 in Ireland, cause of death was murder by Neimhidh.
Mother: Saraid
It is from Eochaid that the kingdom of Dalriada got its name. He is listed in the Annals of the Four Masters as Cairbre Riada.

Children:

  1. Fiascha Cathmail

Conaire Caem, King of Ireland, d. 165 in Ireland, He became king of Ireland, 158 in Ireland, cause of death was murder by Neimhidh.

Father: Modh Lamha
Mother: Eithne
Conaire's sons are often referred to as "the three Cairbres". They fought alongside the sons of Oilioll Olum at the battle of Caennfeabhrat in 186.

Spouse: Saraid

Father: Conn Ceadchatbach (of the Hundred Battles), King of Ireland, d. 157 in Ireland, He became king of Ireland, 123 in Tara, Ireland, cause of death was slaying by Tibraite Tireach, son of Mal.
Married.

Children:

  1. Cairbre Baschaein
  2. Eochaid Cairbre Riata, King of Dalriada
  3. Cairbre Musc

Modh Lamha

Father: Lugaid Allathach

Spouse: Eithne

Married.

Children:

  1. Conaire Caem, King of Ireland, m. Saraid, d. 165 in Ireland, He became king of Ireland, 158 in Ireland, cause of death was murder by Neimhidh.

Lugaid Allathach

Father: Coirpre Crou-chend

Children:

  1. Modh Lamha, m. Eithne

Coirpre Crou-chend

Father: Daire Dorn Mor

Children:

  1. Lugaid Allathach

Daire Dorn Mor

Father: Coipre Firmaora

Children:

  1. Coirpre Crou-chend

Coipre Firmaora

Father: Admor

Children:

  1. Daire Dorn Mor

Admor

Father: Conaire Mor, d. ca. 040 BC in Bruighean Da Dhearg, Ireland, cause of death was murder by insurgents, He became king of Ireland, ca. 110 BC in Tara, Ireland
Some genealogies do not list Admor.

Children:

  1. Coipre Firmaora

Conaire Mor, d. ca. 040 BC in Bruighean Da Dhearg, Ireland, cause of death was murder by insurgents., He became king of Ireland, ca. 110 BC in Tara, Ireland

Father: Eterscel, d. ca. 111 BC in Aillinn, Ireland, cause of death was slaying by Nuadha Neacht.
Mother: Mes Buachalla
Conaire slew Nuadha Neacht to become the ninety-seventh monarch of Ireland and was known as the "Peace King".

The Annals of the Four Masters says: "It was in the reign of Conaire that the sea annually cast its produce ashore, at Inbhear Colptha. Great abundance of nuts were annually found upon the Boinn Boyne and the Buais during his time. The cattle were without keepers in Ireland in his reign, on account of the greatness of the peace and concord. His reign was not thunder producing or stormy, for the wind did not take a hair off the cattle from the middle of Autumn to the middle of Spring. Little but the trees bent from the greatness of their fruit during his time."

Children:

  1. Admor

Eterscel, d. ca. 111 BC in Aillinn, Ireland, cause of death was slaying by Nuadha Neacht.

Father: Eogan
Etersel became the ninety-fifth monarch of Ireland ca. 115 BC.

Spouse: Mes Buachalla

Married.

Children:

  1. Conaire Mor, d. ca. 040 BC in Bruighean Da Dhearg, Ireland, cause of death was murder by insurgents., He became king of Ireland, ca. 110 BC in Tara, Ireland

Eogan

Father: Ailill Lactighe
Mother: Medb (Maeve)
Most sources do not list an Eogan as a son of Ailill and Medb. I have placed him in the spot where an Eochaid is normally listed. This would make him Maine Andoe ("swift"). We are still researching this family but reliable records are difficult to find.

Children:

  1. Eterscel, m. Mes Buachalla, d. ca. 111 BC in Aillinn, Ireland, cause of death was slaying by Nuadha Neacht.

Ailill Lactighe

Father: Iar
Mother: Máta Muirisc
It is possible that Ailill and his father, Iar, have been reversed in the listing; making Ailill the father and Iar his son. He is often called Ailill mac Máta, taking the name of his mother.

Ailill was chief of Medb’s bodyguard when he began an affair with her. Her husband at that time, Eochaid Dála, challenged him to single combat and lost. Ailill then married Medb.

Spouse: Medb (Maeve), m. Conchobar mac Nessa, King of Ulster, m. Eochaid Dála, d. Inchcleraun, Lough Ree, Ireland, cause of death was being hit with a piece of cheese from a sling while bathing, bur. at Knocknarea, County Sligo, Ireland or Rathcroghan, County Roscommon, Ireland

Father: Eochaidh Feidhleach, King of Ireland, d. ca. 131 BC in Tara, Ireland
Mother: Cloithfinn
Maeve is responsible for the Cattle Raid of Cooley. She also killed her sister while her sister was pregnant with the child of Conchobar, her own former husband. The child, Furbaide, was born posthumously, and many years later got revenge for his mother’s death by killing Medb while she was bathing by shooting her with a piece of cheese using a sling he had been practicing with.

Medb may have been a figurative character who was ritually married to the king and not an actual, single person, similar to Medb Lethderg at Tara many years before. However, in my opinion, that would only mean that Medb was not her real name, not that she did not exist. While many "scholars" believe that such things as her name meaning "one who intoxicates", and being the basis for the word "mead", removes the credibility of the story, I believe it actually lends more credibility to it as it occurred at a time when there was less differentiation between "names" and "words": i.e. Medb or Maeve is a name given to someone due to their personality or character.
Married.

Children:

  1. Fedlimid (Maine Athramail "like his father")
  2. Cairbre (Maine Máthramail "like his mother")
  3. Eogan
  4. Fergus (Maine Taí "the silent")
  5. Cet (Maine Mórgor "of great duty")
  6. Sin (Maine Mílscothach "honey-speech")
  7. Dáire (Maine Móepirt "beyond description")
  8. Findabair, m. Fráech, cause of death was from the shame of being used as bait which resulted in the deaths of hundreds of men

Iar

Father: Dedad (Deagadh)
Some sources say the father of Ailill was Rus Ruad, King of Laigin, or maybe that he was the grandson of his wife Medb’s sister Ele. The siblings listed here are recorded as children of Rus Ruad.

Spouse: Máta Muirisc

Father: Mága of the Fir Ol nÉcmacht
Married

Children:

  1. Cairbre Nia Fer, King of Tara, m. Fedelm No√≠chrothach
  2. Find Fili, King of Laigin
  3. Ailill Lactighe, m. Medb (Maeve)
  4. Cathbad, chief druid of Conchobar mac Nessa

Dedad (Deagadh)

Father: Sin

Children:

  1. Iar

Sin

Father: Roshin

Children:

  1. Eachadach
  2. Dedad (Deagadh)

Roshin

Father: Trir (Thrir)

Children:

  1. Sin

Trir (Thrir)

Father: Ro-thrir

Children:

  1. Roshin

Ro-thrir

Father: Earmail (Arnail)

Children:

  1. Trir (Thrir)

Earmail (Arnail)

Father: Main Mor

Children:

  1. Ro-thrir

Main Mor

Father: Fergusa

Children:

  1. Earmail (Arnail)

Fergusa

Father: Feradaigh

Children:

  1. Main Mor

Feradaigh

Father: Ailill Erand

Children:

  1. Fergusa

Ailill Erand

Father: Fiachu Fer-mara

Children:

  1. Feradaigh

Fiachu Fer-mara

Father: Aenghus Tuirmheach Teamhrach, King of Ireland, d. ca. 325 BC in Tara, Ireland

Children:

  1. Ailill Erand

Brychan, King of Brecheiniog

Children:

  1. Ingenach, m. Gabran "the Treacherous", King of Dalriada

Urguis (Ungast)

Urguis may have been king of the Picts.

Children:

  1. Urgusia, m. Eochaidh "the Poisonous", King of Dalriada
  2. Unuist, High King of Picts