Agents persons, peoples and institutions
Browse from A to Z
- supp. fl. 6th c.
- Ráith Maige Óenaig
Brugach mac Dega of Ráith Maige Óenaig, now Raymoghy (Co. Donegal), mentioned in genealogies (CGSH: 90).
- fl. c.500
king of Brycheiniog, described as a son of a certain Irish king named Anlach son of Coronac and Marchell, daughter of Tewdrig, king of Garthmadryn (later Brycheiniog).
- fl. 6th century
- Nanhyfer ... Nevern, Pembrokeshire
founding saint of Nevern, Pembrokeshire
Irish scribe from Belfast
Scottish historian and intellectual.
Buirech (or -ich) or Bairech: according to Irish genealogical sources, eponymous ancestor of the Uí Buirig, a branch of the Uí Liatháin, and a son of Eochu Liathán (a quo Úi Liatháin). Byrne notes a tradition which makes him moccu Churind and thereby attaches him to the Cuirennrige.
Buíte mac Brónaig See: Buite of Monasterboice
- d. 523 AD
- Mainistir Buite
Buíte mac Brónaig (Latin Boetius), early Irish saint and eponymous founder of Mainistir Buite (Monasterboice)
Buitilléar (Éamonn Mac Risteard) See: Edmund MacRichard Butler