Robert St Lawrence, 3rd Baron Howth
Robert St Lawrence, 3rd Baron Howth (born c.1435 – died before 1488) was a leading statesman in 15th-century Ireland who held the office of Lord Chancellor of Ireland, and was through marriage a close...
Fercert Ó hUiginn
Fercert Ó hUiginn (Died 1419) was an Irish poet.Fercert was a member of the Ó hUiginn brehon family of Connacht. His obit, sub anno 1419 in the Annals of the Four Masters, identifies him as the head ...
Sean Dubh Mac Coisdealbhaigh
Sean Dubh Mac Coisdealbhaigh, Lord of Sliabh Lugha and Chief of the Name, died 1487.Under the year 1487, the Annals of Lough Cé state that "Mac Goisdelbh, i.e. John, died." The Annals of the Four Mast...
Cormac Mac Duinnshléibhe
Cormac Mac Duinnshléibhe, Irish physician and scribe, fl. fifteenth century.
Dominick Dubh Lynch
Dominick Dubh Lynch, died 14 August 1508, second Mayor of Galway.A member of The Tribes of Galway, Lynch was instrumental in securing the Mayoralty for Galway from Richard III, his brother Peirce beco...
Cormac Ó Curnín
Cormac Ó Curnín (died 1475) was an Irish poet.Ó Curnín was a member of a brehon literary family of Breifne.The Annals of the Four Masters record his death, sub anno 1475:
John FitzGerald, de facto 12th Earl of Desmond
John FitzGerald, de facto 12th Earl of Desmond (d. 1356) was the brother of Thomas FitzGerald, 11th Earl of Desmond. Upon his brother's death in 1534, John disputed the title to the earldom of...
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Eugenius Ó Faoláin
Eugenius Ó Faoláin, Bishop of Kilmacduagh, 1409-1418.Appointed 23 September 1409 (papal bulls expediated 25 May 1410), he was translated to Killaloe on 6 July 1418.His surname is anglicised as Whelan ...
James Fleming, 7th Baron Slane
James Fleming (bef. 1442-1492) was a member of the Irish Parliament in 1491 and sheriff of County Meath.James was the son of William Fleming and his wife, the former Janet Rochfort. He succeeded to t...
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Piers Butler of Cahir
Piers Butler of Cahir (died 1464) was the son of James Óge Butler and the grandson of James "Gallda" Butler. He had issue Thomas.
List of peers 1460-1469
This page lists all non-royal peers who held extant titles between the years 1460 and 1469.
Diarmaid Ó Donnchadha
Diarmaid Ó Donnchadha, Bishop of Kilmacduagh, fl. 1418.Appointed and consecrated c. July 1418, Ó Donnchadha had died before October 1419. A Dionysius Ó Donnchadha became bishop from 1441 to 1478.
Donatus Ó Muireadhaigh
Donatus Ó Muireadhaigh, O.S.A. (Anglicised: Donatus O'Murray; died 1485) was a fifteenth-century Archbishop of Tuam.An Augustinian Canon, he was the Dean of Tuam before appointed Archbishop of Tuam by...
List of peers 1440-1449
This page lists all non-royal peers who held extant titles between the years 1440 and 1449.
Brian Óge Ó hUiginn
Brian Óge Ó hUiginn, Irish poet, died 1505.Brian Óge was a member of a branch of the Ó hUiginn brehon family.The Annals of the Four Masters recorded his death, sub anno 1505, as follows:
Maelsechlainn mac Tadhg Ó Cellaigh
Maelsechlainn mac Tadhg Ó Cellaigh, King of Uí Maine, Chief of the Name,leading participant in the Battle of Knockdoe, fl. 1499-1511.
Maelsechlainn is believed to have been the son of a previous k...
John of Ireland
John Ireland or Irland (c.1440–1495) was a Scottish theologian and diplomat.
A native of Scotland (Jean de Launoy, however, states that he was Irish), Ireland was first at St Andrews University bu...
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Máireg Béan Ó Conchubhair Fáilghe
Máireg Bean Ui Chonchubhair Fáilghe (died 1451) was an Irish noblewoman and arts patron.
A daughter of Tadc Ó Céarbhaill of Ely and Queen of the Kingdom of Uí Failghe (Offaly), her husband being A...
James Yonge (translator)
James or Jacobus Yonge (fl. 1406–1438) was an Anglo-Irish translator, author, and civil servant.Yonge lived in Dublin and belonged to an English family settled in the Irish pale. William Yonge, ...
William Ó Deorádhain
William Ó Deorádhain, Irish Professor of Jurisprudence, died 1405. The Annals of Ulster, sub anno 1405, record the death of William Ua Deoradhain, namely, the best ollam of Leinster in jurisprudence.H...
Gilla na Naem Mac Aodhagáin
Gilla na Naem Mac Aodhagáin, Professor of Jurisprudence, died 1401.
Gilla na Naem was a member of a family - Mac Aodhagáin - originally from what is now County Galway but who had spread to many pa...
Tomás mac Muircheartaigh Ó Ceallaigh
Tomás mac Muircheartaigh Ó Ceallaigh, O.P., Archbishop of Tuam, 1438 to 1441.Bishop Ó Ceallaigh was translated from the see of Clonfert in 1438. He was a member of the Ui Maine dynasty of south-east C...
Ricard Bourke
Ricard Bourke was the 9th Mac William Iochtar and lord of Lower (North) Connacht, who died in 1509.
Ricard Bourke - Wikipedia
List of peers 1410-1419
This page lists all non-royal peers who held extant titles between the years 1410 and 1419.
Geoffrey Lynch
Geoffrey Lynch (Mayor), aka Geffere Lynch, 4th Mayor of Galway, fl. 1488-1489.Lynch was a member of one of The Tribes of Galway, and during his term of office he oversaw the introduction of the Domini...
Giolla na Naomh Ó hUidhrín
Giolla na Naomh O hUidhrin, Irish historian and poet, died 1420.O hUidhrin is known as the author of Tuilleadh feasa ar Éirinn óigh, a topographical poem of a kind with Seán Mór Ó Dubhagáin's Triallam...
Walter mac Thomas de Burca
Walter mac Thomas de Burca, aka Walter Bourke, 3rd Mac William Iochtar and lord of Lower (North) Connacht, died 1440.
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