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bastard sibling of King Henry III or John ; or: prob. Badhbhchadh reigned as Monarch for just three hours. - 590 BC) ; aka Laoghair (Laoghaire Laeghaire) LORCK (69) Cobthach Caol BREAGH of IRELAND (? BC) ; aka Caobthach (Covac) Coel `Lean' BROEG; (his death commemorated in oldest Irish poem) (70) Labraid Loingsech Moen Mac AILELLA AINE (? BC) ; aka Labhra LOINGSEACH Maoin (71) Melghe (Meig) Molbthach of IRELAND (72) Mug Corb (Modhchorb Moghcorb) Mac COBTHACH (73) Aengus Ollam Amlongad Mac AILELLA (? BC) ; aka Aongus CLAMH (74) Irereo (Iarraingleo Jaran) Fathach of IRELAND ; aka Iaran Gleofathach (75) Fer Corb (Fearchorb Fearcorb) Mac MOGA (76) Connla (Conly Connla) Cruiaidhchealgach CAEM ; aka Conla Caomb (77) Olioll (Ailill) Caisfhiachlach of IRELAND ; CAS-FIACLACH (`Crooked-Toothed') (78) Amadair Flidais Foltchain Mac FER (? - 978) ; aka Domnall (IV; Mac MUIRCHERTAIG) of ARDMACHA; reigned for 24 years, waging war against his own subjects rather than the Dane invaders (174) [980-1002] Mael Sechnaill Mac DOMNAILL (949? ) ; aka Malachy II `the Great' (175) [1002-1014] Brian (Boroimhe Boruma) BORU (Mac CENNETIG) (941 (or 926) - 1014) ; (High King) of All IRELAND (174, 2nd reign) [1014-1022] Mael Sechnaill Mac DOMNAILL [1022-1072] Interregnum. (-) [1022-1024] Corcran Claireach, the cleric (-) [1022-1024] Conn O Lochlain, the poet (176, `anti-King') [1022-1063] Donnchad (Mac BRIAIN) O'BRIEN (981 - 1064? [John Thomas MONTGOMERY (another descendant of Alexander Master of MONTGOMERY (q.v., d.
not William LONGESPEE (q.v.); (Bishop Roger was known as King's cousin, but details are unknown); (MEULENT, MULENT, MEULENG, MEULINGES, MOLEND, prob. - 747 BC) (59) Duach Ladhghrach (LADRACH) ; aka Dui Ladrach Mac FIACHACH; killed 58th Monarch (60) Lugaid Laidech Mac ECHACH ; aka Lughaidh Laighe (Lagha) (61) Aed Ruad, son of Baduirn, son of Argatmar (Argeadmar) Mac SIRLAIM (62) Dithorba, son of Dimain, son of Argatmar (Argeadmar) Mac SIRLAIM (63) Cimbaed (Ciombaoth), son of Fintain (Fiontan), son of Argatmar (Argeadmar) Mac SIRLAIM Following is the only female Monarch of Ireland (until Queen Mary of England) (64) Macha Mongruadh ingen Aeda Ruaid, aka Queen `of the Golden Tresses', daughter of 61st Monarch, q.v. Rome, Italy) ; King of MUNSTER (177, `anti-King') [1063-1072] Diarmait (Mac DONNCHADA) Mac MAEL (by 1000 - 1072) ; King of Hy Kinsale (178) [1072-1086] Toirrdelbach O'BRIEN (1009 - 1086) ; King of MUNSTER; aka Turlogh (Tairrdelbach) MOR Interregnums. [Quinotaur, a Sea MONSTER] Clodius V (King) of WESTPHALIA (388? ) ; or: Quinotaur, a Sea MONSTER; aka Clodion (Chlodion Clodio) `Long Haired' (`le Chevelu') Ruler of SALIC FRANKS; poss.
The details of these legends can be reviewed elsewhere, but I find it fascinating that they trace the ancestors of the Milesians back to Scythia (near present-day Moldava). (Or is this a confusion related to 96th Monarch, who also co-ruled with a FINN ? 48th Monarch (50) Eochaid Uarchas Mac LUGAID ; aka Eochaidh Uaircas (Uarceas); aka Eoghai Goir Gheas; k. BC)) ; aka Olioll Fionn (57) Eochaid (Eochaidh) (VII) Mac AILELLA (? (179) [1083-1121] Domnall Mac LOCHLAINN (1049 - 1121) ; aka Donald (V) O'LOUGHLIN (180) [1086-1119] Muirchertach (Murtagh) O'BRIEN (? - 1198) ; aka Rory O'CONNOR; King of CONNACHT; 183rd (and Last) MONARCH of IRELAND [ca 1172-1921] Ireland ruled by England.
They were like: ‘yeah you might have the looks but I’ve got more money than you right now ! ’ to Esther Rantzen saying ‘we met once’ and giving her a showbiz ‘mwah-mwah’ kiss – presumably in the hope that it might impress Diana enough to make her forget he had called her ‘Daniella.’ He then told Esther to ‘stay blessed’, high-fived Diana, told the cabdriver taking Diana away ‘look after her’, and generally acted as if everything was all fine and he hadn’t just blown his chances with a beautiful woman by insulting her.
ICHARD BLACKWOOD Stand-up comic, Broadcaster, Actor, Presenter, Inspirational leader.
The Richard Blackwood Show was a culmination of comedic improvisation, celebrity interviews and music – Richard often showcasing his emerging lyrical talent to close the show.
In 2000, Richard embarked on a musical career and released his debut album, You’ll Love To Hate This.