Lineage of 25th Chief

EOCHU III (aka Slave Lord), High King of Ireland, 357-365 A.D.

NIALL MOR (Niall of the Nine Hostages), High King of Ireland in 357; d. 365 A.D.

EOGHAN, King of Aileach; d. 465 A.D.

MUIREDACH, King of Aileach; d. 480 A.D.

MUIRCHEARTACH, High King of Ireland; d. 534 A.D.

DOMNALL, King of Aileach, Joint High King; d. 566 A.D.

AODH (Hugh of Ague), King of Aileach 561-604; High King of Ireland 604-612 A.D.

MAELFITHIG, King of Aileach 628-630 A.D.

MAELDUINE, Prince of Ulster 630-706 A.D.; became King of Aileach in 699; d. 706 A.D.

FEARGALL, Prince of Ulster 706-709 A.D.; 156th High King of Ireland 709-718 A.D.; killed in battle in 722 A.D.

NIALL FROSSACH (Niall of the Showers), King of Aileach in 722 A.D.; Died ca. 778 A.D.;
Was only High King ever buried at Iona.

AODH ORINEDHA (Hugh of Dignified), King of Aileach and Prince of Ulster;
Dual High King and in 792 became 164th sole High King
of Ireland; killed in battle in 818 A.D.

NIALL CAILLE (Nialle of the River Caillen), King of Aileach in 818 A.D.; High King of Ireland 832-845 A.D.;
drowned in the River Caillen while attempting to save a warrior.

AODH FINNLAITH (Hugh of the White Hair), King of Aileach; Prince of Ulster in 845 A.D.;
was 168th High King of Ireland 861-867 A.D.; died in Monastery in 876 A.D.

NIAL GLUN-DUBH (Niall of the Black Knee), King of Aileach 861 A.D.; Prince of Ulster;
170th High King of Ireland in 914 A.D.; died in battle 919 A.D.

MUIRCHERTAC (Muichertac of the Leather Cloaks), King of Aileach 938-943 A.D.; Prince of Ulster;
was great hero and Royal Heir or Ard Righ of the High Kingship but was killed in battle before he became king.

DOMNALL O'NEILL (Donald O'Neill), King of Aileach 949 A.D.; 173rd High King of Ireland in 956-980 A.D.;
was first High King of Ireland to use a surname.

MUIRCHEARTAC O'NEILL, Prince of Ulster and Tyrone; King of Aileach;
Royal heir to High Kingship but was killed in battle about 975 A.D.

FLAITHBERTACH AN TROSTAN O'NEILL (Flaithbertach of the Pilgrim's Staff), King of Aileach 1004-1030 A.D.
and 1033 A.D.; killed in battle; Father returned and took over kingship until a new king could be selected.

AODH O'NEILL, King of Aileach 1030-1033 A.D.

AODH ANROTHAN O'NEILL (Hugh the Solitary), Prince of Ulster; King of Aileach 1036-1038 A.D.;
resigned and moved to Scotland; married heiress to the Royal House of Argyll.

AODH ALAINN O'NEILL (Hugh the Splendid), Prince of Argyll; inherited District of Cowal and Knapdale.

DUNSLEVE, 12th century.

GILCHRIST, first Chief of Clan
GILLASCOP GILPATRICK (2nd) DUGALL
MACGILCHRIST LACHLAN MOR (3rd) EOIN
GILLESCOP MACLACHLAN (4th) GIOLLAESBURG
GILLAPATRICK (5th) EWEN
LACHLAN OG (6th)
IAIN MACLACHLAN (7th)
DONALD MACLACHLAN (8th) -- 1456
IAN MACLACHLAN (9th) -- d. 1485
ARCHIBALD MACLACHLAN (10th)
LACHLAN MACLACHLAN (11th)
ARCHIBALD MACLACHLAN (12th) -- d. 1540
LACHLAN OG (13th) -- d. 1591
LACHLAN MACLACHLAN (14th) -- d. 1656
ARCHIBALD MACLACHLAN (15th) -- d. 1687
LACHLAN MACLACHLAN (16th)
(killed 1720 by a Campbell)
LACHLAN MACLACHLAN (17th)
(killed in the Battle of Culloden)
ROBERT MACLACHLAN (18th)
DONALD MACLACHLAN (19th)
ROBERT MACLACHLAN (20th)
GEORGE MACLACHLAN (21st)
WILLIAM MACLACHLAN (22nd)
JOHN MACLACHLAN (23rd)
MARJORIE MACLACHLAN (24th)
EUAN MACLACHLAN (25th)

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