List of kings of Síol Anmchadha
Siol Anmchada was a sub-kingdom or lordship of Uí Maine, in an area of the west of Ireland which is now part of Connacht. It was ruled by an offshoot of the Ui Maine called the Síol Anmchadha ("the seed of Anmchadh"), from whom the territory took its name. Some of them were also Kings of Hy-Many.
Kings of Síol Anmchadha
- Cú Connacht mac Dundach, 1006
- Madudan mac Gadhra Mór, 1008
- Gadhra Mór mac Dundach, 1008–1027
- Dogra mac Dúnadach, killed 1027
- Dunadach mac Cú Connacht, 1027–1032
- Diarmaid mac Madudan, 1032–1069
- Madudan Reamhar Ua Madadhan, 1069–1096
- Gillafin Mac Coulahan, 1096–1101
- Diarmaid Ua Madadhan, 1101–1135
- Cú Coirne Ua Madudhan, 1135–1158
- Madudan Mór Ua Madadhan, 1158–?
- Melaghlin Ua Madadhan, ?–1188
- Diarmaid Cleirech Ua Madadhan, 1188–1207
- Madudan Óg Ó Madadhan, 1207–1235
- Cathal Ó Madadhan, 1235–1286
Lords of Síol Anmchadha
- Murchadh Ó Madadhan, 1286–1327
- Eoghan Ó Madadhan, 1327–1347
- Murchadh Ó Madadhain, 1347–1371
- Eoghan Mór Ó Madadhan, 1371–1410
- Murcadh Ó Madadhan, 1410–1451
- Eoghan Carrach Ó Madadhan, 1451–?
- Murchadh Reagh Ó Madadhan, ?–1475
- Owen Ó Madadhan, 1475–c. 1479
- Breasal Ó Madadhan, c. 1479–1526
- Domhnall Ó Madadhan, 1567–1612
- Anmchadh Ó Madadhan, 1612–1636
Chiefs of the Name
- Domhnall mac Sean Ua Madadhan/Donald Madden, 1567–1612
- Ambrose Madden, 1612–1636
- John Madden, 1636–1677?
- Colonel Daniel Madden, c. 1677–1727
- Breasal Madden, 1727–1745
- Ambrose Madden, 1745–c. 1791
- Ambrose Madden of Streamstown, alive 1810
- Breasal Madden of Eyrecourt
- Ambrose Madden of Buffalo City, USA
- Walter Madden of Buffalo City, USA, alive 1902
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