ⓘ William Ó Cellaigh

                                     

ⓘ William O Cellaigh

William O Cellaigh, King of Ui Maine, died 1487.

After the death of Aedh on gCailleach about Cellaigh in 1469, the UI Maine elected two kings, ruling IAR UI Maine and Airthir West Yip man East respectively. They were Taiga Caech o Cellaigh of Airthir, and William in the West. After leaving Taiga in 1476, William became king of all Yip man, setting his brother, Donnchadh, as tainiste in Airthir.

In 1487, he was deposed and died in chains a year.

                                     
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