ⓘ Tadhg Ua Cellaigh

                                     

ⓘ Tadhg Ua Cellaigh

Tadhg and Ui Maine are mentioned infrequently in the annals, reflecting the kingdoms subordinate status within the kingdom of Connacht. Some references include the following:

: 1136: a fleet of Murchadh ua Maeleachlainn on Sinainn and Loch Ribh, the SIL-Muireadhaigh, with their king, i.e. Conchobhar, son of Toirdhealbhach, and the UI-Maine, with their Lord, i.e. Taiga ua Ceallaigh, came, and both left hostages with Murchadh.

: 1137: all the province of Connacht was laid waste, Drobhaeis to Sinainn and Echtghe Aughty plums, and the people themselves were driven into the ravine of Connacht West of Connacht.

: 1140: the successor of Patrick made a visit to Connacht for the first time, and obtained his full tribute, and their churches were adjusted to his jurisdiction Toirdhealbhach UA Conchobhair and the chieftains of Connacht, and the successor of Patrick and his clergy left a blessing on the king and the chieftains of Connacht.

: 1142: predatory excursion was made by Conchobhar, son of Toirdhealbhach, and the UI-Maine, into Cinel-to forget and carried off countless cows.

: 1144: Donal ua Ceallaigh was killed by the three sons of the grandson of Conchobhar ua Ceallaigh, namely, Donnchadh, Amhlaeibh, and Lochlainn.

                                     
  • Tadhg Mor Ua Cellaigh 36th King of Ui Maine and 1st Chief of the Name. Ua Cellaigh was the first King of Ui Maine to bear the surname Ua Cellaigh derived
  • called mac Tadhg Ua Cellaigh that is, the son of Tadhg Ua Cellaigh It is not clear which Tadhg this refers Tadhg Mor Ua Cellaigh was killed at
  • sources to have been king for forty years, so it appears he succeeded Tadhg Ua Cellaigh sometime after his abduction by an army from Munster in 1145. His
  • Murrough was apparently a son of Tadhg Ua Cellaigh who had been abducted and deposed in 1145 by Toirrdelbach mac Diarmata Ua Brien, King of Thomond. Rebellion
  • Tadhg grandson of Conchobhar Ua Ceallaigh, on the island of Loch - Caelain. This would appear to make him a grandson of Concobar mac Tadg Ua Cellaigh
  • king of Desmond Tadhg Mor mac Maelruanaidh died 1124 king of Moylurg Tadhg Ua Cellaigh abducted 1145 king of Ui Maine Teige Ua Con Ceannainn fl
  • Tadhg O Cellaigh also known as Tadhg mac Domnall O Cellaigh Anglicized: Teig O Kelly died 10 August 1316 was King of Ui Maine and Chief of the Name
  • Dunchadh Ua Cellaigh died 1074 Aed Ua Cellaigh died 1134 Diarmaid Ua Madadhan, died 1135 Tadhg Ua Cellaigh abducted 1145 Conchobar Maenmaige Ua Cellaigh died
  • Maine Mor, founder of the kingdom of Ui Maine, fl. 4th - century A.D Tadhg Mor Ua Cellaigh 1014 King of Ui Maine and first Chief of the Name Peter Kelly
  • Grana O Cellaigh Irish Lord, died 1589. Kings of Ui Maine Maine Mor, founder of the kingdom of Ui Maine, fl. 4th - century A.D. Tadhg Mor Ua Cellaigh 1014