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Approximately 700 registers have survived, the earliest dating from 1703, but most records only begin in the 30 years following the relaxation of legislation against Catholics in the 1790s.Bear in mind that the Church of Scotland parishes did not cover the same areas as Roman Catholic parishes and the parishes of other churches. ) ; `of the Hundred Battles' (110) Eoghan (Owen) MOR ; aka Eugene `the Great'; aka Eagon More; poss. - 226) (114) Feargusa Dubdetach `the Long Haired' Mac IMCHATHA (? ) ; aka Fearghus Caisfhiaclach Mac IMCHAD (115) Cormac Ulfhada (Ulfhota; `Longbeard') Mac AIRT (? - 365) ; aka Eochaid (XII) Muighmheadhoin (Mugmemdon) (Tara) (125) Crimthann of IRELAND Although the 106th Monarch existed, Niall Noigiallach united Ireland and many lists designate the 126th Monarch as ``First King of Ireland'' and number the Kings starting with him. Boulogne) ; aka Nial (MOR) NAOIGHIALLACH `of the Nine Hostages'; conquered nine countries (incl. ) ; aka Aedh II (142) [598-604] Colman Rimid, son of 139th Monarch, q.v. - 607) ; aka Aedh III Uaridnach (144) [612-615] Mael Coba Mac AEDA (? aka Maolchabha, King of CINEALL CONNILL (145) [615-628] Suibhne Meann, aka Suibne Menn, son of Fiachna, son of Fearadhach, son of Muirchertach (Mortough) Mac EARCA (146) [628-642] Domnall Mac AEDA of IRELAND (? (156) [710-722] Fergal (O'NEILL) Mac MAEL DUIN (Mac MAOLDUIN) (? Ireland overrun by Vikings who proclaimed their leader Turgeis/Thorgest to be King of Ireland. ) ; aka Art (III) Aonthir; aka Art-Ean-Fhear Eanfhear Aenfher (113) Lugaid (Lughoidh) Mac Con Mac LUGAID (? (149) [654-665] Diarmit II, son of Aed Slaine Mac DIARMATA (150) [654-665] Blathmac, son of Aed Slaine Mac DIARMATA (sometimes confused with 150) [654-665] Blathmac Mac MAEL COBA of ULSTER (? ) (151) [665-671] Sechnussach, son of 150th Monarch Sources may show two different pedigrees for 152nd Monarch (152) [671-675] Ceannfaeladh, son of 150th Monarch, q.v. ) Finachta Headhat (the Christian King who remitted the impost imposed by 106th Monarch).On the Scotlandspeople site you can search the registers of the Church of Scotland, the Roman Catholic Church in Scotland and some other Presbyterian churches.The Old Parish Registers (OPRs) comprise the records of births and baptisms, banns and marriages and deaths and burials kept by individual parishes of the Established Church (Church of Scotland) before the introduction of civil registration in 1855.
As well as the Church of Scotland, other Presbyterian churches in Scotland kept registers of baptisms, marriages and burials from 1716 onwards.
) (108) Felim Rachtmar `the Lawgiver' Mac TUATHAL (? ) ; aka Feidhlimidh Reachtmhar; aka Feidhlimdidh Reachtnar (109) Cathair Mar Mac FEIDEILMID (? ) ; King of LEINSTER; (mythical) The 110th Monarchy was shared. - 284) ; aka Cairbrelifefeachaire (118) Fotadh Airgtheach, son of Lugaid (Lughoidh) Mac Con Mac LUGAID (119) Fothadh Cairptheach, son of Lugaid (Lughoidh) Mac Con Mac LUGAID (120) Fiachaidh (V) Sraibhthine (Scrabhtaine) of IRELAND (? ) ; aka Fiachu Sraiptine (Fiacha Srabhteine) Mac CAIRPRE LIPHECHAIR; King of Connaught (121) Colla Uais (Carioll) Mac ECHACH DUIBHLEIN ; `Colla the Noble' (122) Muireadeach (II) Tirech Mac FIACHACH (? (130) [482-507] Lugaidh, son of Laeghaire (Leary) of IRELAND; killed by forces of King Arthur at Battle of Douglas (507) (or killed by lightning at Achadh Farcha for insulting St. - 561) ; aka Domnall (Donald) Mac Muirchertaig O'NAILL (135) [565-566] Fergus (Forggus), son of Muirchertach (Mortough) Mac EARCA For the next few Kings, numbering does not agree with regnal dates (Help! aka Fogartach Ua Cearnaigh, son of Niall, son of Cearnach Sotal, son of 149th Monarch , q.v. - 879) ; aka Aed (VI) Findliath `White-Hair' O'NAILL (169) [879-916] Flann Sionna Mac MAEL SECHNAILL (? ) ; `the Fox' (170) [916-919] Niall Glundub Mac AEDA (O'NAILL) (870?
aka Mogha (Mug Leath) Nuadha (Nuadat Nuadak); Mac MOGA NEIT of MUNSTER (111) Conaire (II) Mac MOGA LAMA (? - 266) ; 115th (and wisest) MONARCH of IRELAND; converted to Christianity (116) Eochaidh Gonnat, son of Fiach, son of Imchad (Iomchaidh) Mac BREASAL (117) Cairbre Lifiochair (Lifechar) Mac CORMAIC (? From here, dates of reign are shown, mostly following the website of David Hughes. part of France) (127) [423-428] Dathi Mac Fiachrach, son of Fiachra Foltsnaithech Mac ECHACH (128) [428-463] Laeghaire (Leary) of IRELAND (129) [463-482] Ailill Molt, son of Dathi Mac Fiachrach (127th Monarch), q.v. ruled by High-King Arthur of Britain (131) [ca 521-534] Muirchertach (Mortough) Mac EARCA (132) [534-544] Tuathal Maelgarb Mac CORMAIC (? ) (133) [544-565] Diarmait Derg Mac FEARGUSA CERRBEOIL (? ) (134) [565-566] Domhnall Ilchealgach `the Deceitful' of IRELAND (? (136) [569-572] Eochaid/Eochu, son of Domhnall Ilchealgach `the Deceitful' of IRELAND (137) [569-572] Boadan I (138) [566-569] Ainmere (Ainmercach) Mac SETNA 139th Monarch was Baetan; perhaps two consecutive Baetans ruled but were conflated to one in the Monarchy lists (139) [572-581] Baetan II (139) [581-586] Baetan III, son of Ninnid, son of Dui, son of Conall Gulban Mac NEILL Aedh II and Colman Rimid were co-rulers. - 718 or 722) ; King of Ailech (157) [722-724] Fogartach (Fogerty), prob. ) ; aka Aedh V `the Dignified'; aka Aodh Oirdnide (165) [819-833] Conchobhar, son of Donnchad (I) Midi Mac DOMNAILL (O'NEILL) (166) [833-838] Niall (III) Caille Mac AEDA (791? (167) [846-862] Mael Sechnaill Mor Mac MAEL RUANAID (? ) ; ala Malachy I (168) [862-879] Aedh Finnliath Mac NEILL (King of AILECH) (?
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Churches have kept registers of baptisms (or births), marriages, burials (or deaths) and other events (such as people moving from one parish to another) for centuries.
It was estimated at the time that as few as 30% of events actually occurring were being recorded for some urban parishes. However in a small number of districts the local registrar was not in place at the very beginning and therefore there are a small number of events that are recorded in Old Parish Registers but are not featured in our statutory records.