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MOAB     or     MOABI     or     MOABITE     or     MOABITES

MOARE

MOBBERLY     or     MOBBERELY     or     MOBBERLEIGH     or     MOBBERLEY     or     MODBURLEGH     or     MODBURLEIGH     or     MODBURLEY     or     MODBURLY

MOBERT

MOBLE

MOBLEY

MOBRAY     ---   (see   MOWBRAY)

MOCHENTAL     ---   (see   MONTCHENTAL)
 
MOCHETE     ---   (see   MUSCHET)
 
MOCHNANT

MOCHNANTSTWCH

MOCHRUM

MOCK

MOCKEMA

MOCKERN

MOCONEXI

MOCSARY

MOCTEZUMA

MODASSON

MODBURLEGH     or     MODBURLEIGH     or     MODBURLEY     or     MODBURLY     ---   (see   MOBBERLY)
 
MODBURY

MODDANSDOTTIR     or     MODDENSDATTER

MODDANSON

MODELHIM

MODENA

MODENE

MODERSDORF

MODICA

MODIGIRDOWNA

MODIN

MODLING     or     MOEDLING

MODRUS     or     MODRUSKI

MOEDERSDORF

MOEDLING     ---   (see   MODLING)
 
MOEET

MOEGLING

MOEIRA

MOELNHEIM     or     MOLNHEIM     or     MULNHEIM

MOELS     or     MEULES     or     MOLES     or     MOLIS     or     MULES     or     MULYS

MOELWYN

MOEMPELGARD     ---   (see   MOMPELGARD)
 
MOER

MOERE     ---   (see   MORE)
 
MOERKE

MOERKERCKE     or     MOERKERCKEN     or     MOERKERKE     or     MOERKERKEN

MOERLE

MOERS     or     MEURS     or     MHORS     or     MORS

MOESE

MOESIA

MOESLAIN

MOESTROFF

MOETHE     ---   (see   MOYTHE)
 
MOEY     ---   (see   MOY)

MOFFAT

MOFTE

MOGADOURO

MOGENSEN

MOGER

MOGHULISTAN     or     MOGHUL     or     MOGHULS     or     MOGOLISTAN     or     MOGUL     or     MUGHAL     or     MUGHALISTAN

MOGOLISTAN     ---   (see   MOGHULISTAN)
 
MOGOLLON

MOGRIDGE     ---   (see   MAUGRIDGE)
 
MOGUDO

MOGUER

MOGUL     ---   (see   MOGHULISTAN)
 
MOGYORO

MOHA     or     MOKA

MOHAMMED

MOHAUT     or     MAHAUT     or     MOHUT     or     MONHAULT     or     MONTALT     or     MONTALTA     or     MONTE ALTO     or     MUHALD

MOHILA     or     MOHILANKA

MOHLEN

MOHOLITES

MOHON

MOHR

MOHRUNGEN

MOHUN     or     MOHUND

MOHUT     ---   (see   MOHAUT)
 
MOHYLA

MOHYLANKA

MOIFFONS

MOIGNE     ---   (see   MOYNE)
 
MOIGUE

MOIMIRID

MOION

MOIR

MOIRA

MOIRAN     or     MOIRANC

MOIRANS

MOIRAVE

MOIRKEN

MOIRTERE

MOISLING

MOISON

MOISSANS

MOISSONS

MOKA     ---   (see   MOHA)
 
MOKING

MOL     or     MOLL

MOLAR

MOLARD

MOLAY

MOLBACH

MOLCKEN     ---   (see also   MOLTEKE)

MOLD

MOLDAU

MOLDAVIA     or     MOLDAWIEN

MOLDOVA

MOLECASTRE

MOLEMBAIS     or     MOLEMBAIX     or     MOLENBEEK

MOLENAAR

MOLENBEEK     ---   (see   MOLEMBAIS)
 
MOLEND

MOLENDARIUS

MOLENKAMP

MOLES     ---   (see   MOELS)
 
MOLESEY

MOLESWORTH

MOLETON

MOLEYNS     or     MOLINES     or     MOLINS     or     MOLYNS

MOLFORD

MOLIAERT

MOLIAET

MOLIENS

MOLIETTA

MOLINA

MOLINEAUX     ---   (see   MOLYNEUX)
 
MOLINES     ---   (see   MOLEYNS)
 
MOLINET

MOLINEUS     or     MOLINEUX     ---   (see   MOLYNEUX)
 
MOLIS     ---   (see also   MOELS)

MOLISE

MOLISI

MOLL     ---   (see   MOL)
 
MOLLAND

MOLLANS

MOLLART

MOLLE

MOLLENBECK

MOLLENDORF     or     MOLLENDORFF

MOLLENSDORF

MOLLER

MOLLESLEY

MOLLIN

MOLLINGTON

MOLLINS

MOLLISON

MOLLO     ---   (see   MELLO)
 
MOLLOY

MOLNHEIM     ---   (see   MOELNHEIM)
 
MOLNIER

MOLOSACHI     ---   (see   MUZAKINI)
 
MOLOSSIANS     or     MOLOSSI

MOLOUK

MOLSBERG

MOLSDORF

MOLTEKE     or     MOLCKEN     or     MOLTKE

MOLTHEKO

MOLTON     ---   (see   MULTON)
 
MOLTZAN     ---   (see   MALTZAN)
 
MOLWYNOG

MOLYENS

MOLYNEAU

MOLYNES

MOLYNEUX     or     MOLINEAUX     or     MOLINEUS     or     MOLINEUX     or     MOLYNEAUX     or     MOLYNEU

MOLYNOUX

MOLYNS     ---   (see   MOLEYNS)
 
MOLZA

MOM

MOMALLE

MOMFORD     ---   (see   MUMFORD)
 
MOMFORT

MOMPALAO

MOMPELGARD     or     MOEMPELGARD

MOMPESSON

MON

MONACHER

MONACHTY

MONACHUS

MONACO

MONAHAN

MONALDESCHI

MONALDI

MONARCH (chronological)

*     Irish legends record dynasties before the Milesian monarchs, but these do not appear in pedigrees I have examined.
MYTHICAL HISTORY of IRELAND
DYNASTYDate of AccessionDuration of Reign
Uninhabited1 A.M. (= 5198 B.C.)2241 years
Ceasoir & company2242 A.M. (= 2957 B.C.)40 days
The Deluge, uninhabited2242 A.M. (= 2957 B.C.)278 years
Parthaloin dynasty2520 A.M. (= 2679 B.C.)300 years
Uninhabited2820 A.M. (= 2379 B.C.)30 years
Nemedian dynasty2850 A.M. (= 2349 B.C.)216 years
Uninhabited3066 A.M. (= 2132 B.C.)200 years
Firvolgian dynasty (9 kings)3266 A.M. (= 1932 B.C.)36 years
Tuatha-de-Danans dynasty (9 kings)3302 A.M. (= 1896 B.C.)197 years
Milesian dynasty (183 kings)3500 A.M. (= 1698 B.C.)2885 years
Direct English rule6385 A.M. (= 1186 A.D.)733 years

*     In this section we list the 183 High Kings of the Milesian dynasty (and a few interspersed Kings).
*     The 1st and 2nd Milesian Monarchs were brothers, and 33-great grandsons of Adam in early legends. 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). The pre-history of the Celtic people is a mystery, but historical linguists can demonstrate that the First Speaker of Celtic has his ultimate origin in the Indo-European Homeland near ... Scythia!
*     In preparing this list I've consulted too many webpages to name them all, but there were three that were most important: *     Some sources assign only one Monarchy number for co-regents, thus calling #10, Irial Faidh, the ``5th Monarch;'' and calling #17, Eochaid Faeburglas MacConmael, the ``11th Monarch.'' Their numbering remains ``off by six'' for a while, becoming ``off by seven'' by our #78.
 
(1)     Eber Finn MacMILED  (Egypt ? - ? Eire) ;  aka Heber Fiona
(2)     Heremon of IRELAND  (? - 1699+ BC) ;  aka Eremon (Eermon Eremoin) MacMILED
(3)     Muimhne mac Eremoin, son of Heremon of IRELAND
(4)     Luighine mac Eremoin, son of Heremon of IRELAND
(5)     Laighean mac Eremoin, son of Heremon of IRELAND
(6)     Er mac Eber, son of Eber Finn MacMILED
(7)     Orba mac Eber, son of Eber Finn MacMILED
(8)     Fearon mac Eber, son of Eber Finn MacMILED
(9)     Fergen mac Eber, son of Eber Finn MacMILED
(-)     Nuadhat Neacht, ruled for six months, descendant of 2nd Monarch. (Or is this a confusion related to 96th Monarch, who also co-ruled with a FINN ?)
(10)     Irial (Iarel Eurialus) Faidh (Faith) MacEREMOIN ;   could foretell the future
(11)     Ethrial MacIAREL FAITH of IRELAND ;  aka Eithrial (Eitreol Ethrel)
(12)     Conmael (Conmaol) MacEBER  (? - 1621? BC (or 1221 BC)) ;   killed Eithrial
(13)     Tigernmas (Tighearnmhas) MacFOLLACH of IRELAND  (? - 1543? BC)
*     Interregnum, following the idolatrous worship of the 13th Monarchy.
(14)     Eochaidh Eadghadhach
(15)     Cearmna Finn mac Ebric, son of Hebric (hEbric) MacEBER
(16)     Sobhrach mac Ebric, son of Hebric (hEbric) MacEBER
(17)     Eochaid Faeburglas MacCONMAEL  (? - 1472? BC) ;  aka Eoghaigh Teurglass; aka Eochaidh Faobhar Glas
(18)     Fiachu Labrainn (Flacha LABHRIN) MacSMIRGOLL ;  aka Fiachaidh Labhrainne
(19)     Eochaidh Mumho
(20)     Aeneas (Aengus Aonghus) Olmucaidh MacFIACHACH ;  aka Aongus Olmucach (Olmuccaid Olmaead); fought 30 battles in Scotland
(21)     poss. Enna (Eunius) Airgtheach, son of Eochaidh Mumho
*     Some sources show a different 21st Monarch
(21 - wrong?)     poss. Nuadu (Nuaghat) Declam MacECHACH
(22)     Rothectaid Rigderg (Roitheaehtaigh) MacMOEN ;  aka Rotheachtach
(23)     Setna (Sedna) Art MacARTRAICH ;  killed 22nd Monarch
(24)     Fiachu Finscothach MacSETNA ;  aka Fiacha Fionn Scothach
(25)     Muinemon (Muinhearnhoin) MacCAS  (? - 1327? BC (or 961? BC)) ;  aka Munmoin
(26)     Faeldergdoit (Aildergoidh) MacMUINEMON  (? - 1317? BC (or 934? BC)) ;  aka Fualdergoid
(27)     Ollaman Fotla MacFIACHACH  (? - 1277? BC) ;  aka Eochaidh; instituted Feis Teamhrach (Parliament)
(28)     Finnachta Fionn-sneachta mac Ollaman Fotla, son of Ollaman Fotla MacFIACHACH
(29)     Slanoll mac Ollaman Fotla, son of Ollaman Fotla MacFIACHACH
(30)     Gedhe Ollghothach mac Ollaman Fotla, son of Ollaman Fotla MacFIACHACH
(31)     Fiacha Finnailches mac Finnachta, son of 28th Monarch, q.v.
(32)     Bearnghal mac Geide Ollghothaich, son of 30th Monarch, q.v.
(33)     Ailill mac Slanoll, son of 29th Monarch, q.v.
(34)     Sirna (Siorna) Sirsaeglach `the Long Lived' MacDIAN
(35)     Rothechtaid (Rotheachta) MacROAN
(36)     Ellim Ollfinsnechta MacROTHECHTAID ;  aka Elli Molli Naghta; aka Eiliomh Ollfhionach
(37)     Giallchadh of IRELAND
(38)     Art Inflig MacELLIM ;  aka Art Imleach
(39)     Nuahhas (Nuadha) FIONN FAIL
(40)     Breisse Ri (Breasrigh) MacAIRT  (? - 952? BC (or 736? BC)) ;  aka Breas Rioghacta
(41)     Eochaid Apthach MacFINN  (? - 591? BC)
(42)     Finn (Fionn) MacBLAITH
(43)     Setna Innarraid MacBREISSE ;  aka Seadhna Jonaroia; aka Seidnae Innaridh; instituted regular salary for soldiers
(44)     Simon (Simeon) BREACH  (? - 903? BC) ;  killed 43rd Monarch
(45)     Dui Finn MacSETNA  (? - 893? BC) ;  aka Duach Fionn, Dongh Fin
(46)     Murchad (Muireadhach) Balgrach MacSIMON ;   aka Muiredach Bolgach
(47)     Enna Derg MacDUACH  (? - 880? BC) ;  aka Eanna Dearg
(48)     Lugaid Iardon MacENNA  (? - 871? BC) ;  aka Lughaedh Jardhoim; aka Lughaidh Iardhonn
(49)     Sirlam (Siorlamhach) MacFINN  (? - 855? BC) ;  (Siorlamh); k. 48th Monarch
(50)     Eochaid Uarchas MacLUGAID ;  aka Eochaidh Uaircas (Uarceas); aka Eoghai Goir Gheas; k. 49th Monarch
(51)     Eochaidh Framhuine mac Duach, son of Dui Teamrach, son of Murchad (Muireadhach) Balgrach MacSIMON
(52)     Lugaid Lamderg MacECHACH ;  aka Luighaidh Lamhdhearg
(53)     Conang Baeg- saglach mac Duach, son of Dui Teamrach, son of Murchad (Muireadhach) Balgrach MacSIMON
(54)     Art MacLUGAID
(55)     Fiacha (Fiachaidh) TOLGRACH
(56)     Ailill (Oiliall) Finn MacAIRT  (? - 784? BC (or 587? BC)) ;  aka Olioll Fionn
(57)     Eochaid (Eochaidh) (VII) MacAILELLA  (? - 777? BC (or 580? BC))
(58)     Argatmar (Argeadmar) MacSIRLAIM  (? - 747 BC)
(59)     Duach Ladhghrach (LADRACH) ;  aka Dui Ladrach MacFIACHACH; killed 58th Monarch
(60)     Lugaid Laidech MacECHACH ;  aka Lughaidh Laighe (Lagha)
(61)     Aed Ruad, son of Baduirn, son of Argatmar (Argeadmar) MacSIRLAIM
(62)     Dithorba, son of Dimain, son of Argatmar (Argeadmar) MacSIRLAIM
(63)     Cimbaed (Ciombaoth), son of Fintain (Fiontan), son of Argatmar (Argeadmar) MacSIRLAIM
*     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.
(65)     Rechtaid Rigderg MacLUGAID `the Red King'  (? - 633? BC (or 451? BC)) ;  aka Reachta Righdhearg; aka Reacht Righ-dearg
(66)     Augaine Mor MacECHACH ;  Ugaine (Ughaine Ugainy) MOR; aka Hugony `the Great'; sailed to and attacked Africa & Sicily
(67)     Badhbhchadh mac Echach, son of Eochy Buadech MacDUACH. Badhbhchadh reigned as Monarch for just three hours.
(68)     Loegaire Lorc MacAUGAINE MAIR  (? - 590 BC) ;  aka Laoghair (Laoghaire Laeghaire) LORCK
(69)     Cobthach Caol BREAGH of IRELAND  (? - 541? BC) ;  aka Caobthach (Covac) Coel `Lean' BROEG; (his death commemorated in oldest Irish poem)
(70)     Labraid Loingsech Moen MacAILELLA AINE  (? - 522? BC) ;  aka Labhra LOINGSEACH Maoin
(71)     Melghe (Meig) Molbthach of IRELAND
(72)     Mug Corb (Modhchorb Moghcorb) MacCOBTHACH
(73)     Aengus Ollam Amlongad MacAILELLA  (? - 480? BC) ;  aka Aongus CLAMH
(74)     Irereo (Iarraingleo Jaran) Fathach of IRELAND ;  aka Iaran Gleofathach
(75)     Fer Corb (Fearchorb Fearcorb) MacMOGA
(76)     Connla (Conly Connla) Cruiaidhchealgach CAEM ;  aka Conla Caomb
(77)     Olioll (Ailill) Caisfhiachlach of IRELAND ;  CAS-FIACLACH (`Crooked-Toothed')
(78)     Amadair Flidais Foltchain MacFER  (? - 412? BC (or 221? BC)) ;  aka Adamhor Foltchmoin; aka Adhamhra Foltcain
(79)     Eochaidh Ailtleathair of IRELAND
(80)     Feargus Fortamail MacBRESAIL
*     (sources show two different pedigrees for 81st Monarch)
(81)     Aengus Tuirbheach Teamhrach MacFER  (? - 324? BC) ;  aka Aonghus Tuirmech
(81)     Aengus Tuirbheach Teamhrach of IRELAND  (? - 324? BC) ;  aka Aonghus Tuirmech (MacFER ?)
(82)     Conall Collamhrach, son of Ederscel Teamhrah, son of Eochaidh Ailtleathair
(83)     Nia Segaman (Niadhsedhaman) MacAMADAIR ;  aka Niodh Seathamhuin
(84)     Enna Aignech `the Hospitable' MacAENGUSA  (? - 292? BC) ;  aka Eanna (Enda) Airghtheach
(85)     Crimthann Coscrach MacFEIDEILMID  (? - 288? BC) ;  Crionthan Cosgrach; Criomthann Cusgrach
(86)     Rudraige Mor MacSITTRID  (? - 218? BC) ;  aka Ruadhri (Rory) MOR
(87)     Fintait Mor MacNIA ;  poss. aka Jonadhmhar (Inadmore)
(88)     Breasal Boidhiobhadh, son of Rudraige Mor MacSITTRID
(89)     Lugaid Luaigne MacFINTAIT  (? - 183? BC) ;  aka Lughaidh Luaghne
(90)     Congal Claroineach, son of Rudraige Mor MacSITTRID
(91)     Dui Dalta Dedaid MacCAIRPRE  (? - 158? BC) ;  aka Duach Donn Dalte Deagha
(92)     Fachtna Fathach MacRossa, son of Ros Ruadh MacRUDRAIGI
(93)     Eochaidh Feidlech (FEIDHLIOCH) MacFINN  (? - 130? BC) ;  `Constant Sighing'; slew Tachna Tathlioch
(94)     Eochaid Airem MacFINN  (? - 115? BC) ;  aka Eochaidh Airemh `Gravedigger'
(95)     Eterscel (Etercel) MacEOGAN
(-)     Clann Eimhir Finn
(96)     Nuada Necht MacSETNAI SITHBAICC  (? - 109? BC) ;  `the White'
(97)     Conaire (I) Mor MacETERSCEOIL
*     Interregnum.
(98)     Lewy `of the Red Circles' of IRELAND  (? - 8? BC) ;  aka Lughaid Sriabh-N Dearg
(99)     Conchobar Abratruad MacFIND FILED  (? - 8? BC) ;  aka Conchobhar Abhradhruadh
(100)     Criffan Crimthann (Criomthann) `Niadh-Nar' MacLUGAID ;  `the Heroic'; Nia Naire
*     The 101st Monarch was not a Milesian, but rather made King by the Attacot tribe (descended from the Firbolg) after killing most of the Milesian heirs.
(101)     Cairbre Cinncait `Cean-Cait' (`Cat's head')
(102)     Feredac `the True' MacCRIMTHAINAN NIA NAIRE  (? - 36?) ;  (Fearadach Fionn Feachtnach)
(103)     Fiatach Finn MacDAIRE
(104)     Fiache II (Fiachaidh IV) Fionnolaidh MacFEREDAIG  (? - 56? (or 171?)) ;  `White Oxen'
(105)     Elim/Eiliomh, son of Ros Ruadh MacRUDRAIGI (or of Ros' brother Conragh)
*     Tuathal Techtmar is the first Monarch universally acknowledged to be an historic King
(106)     Tuathal Techtmar (TEACHTMAR) (MacFIACHACH)  (? - 106?)
(107)     Mal MacROCHRAIDE  (? - 110?)
(108)     Felim Rachtmar `the Lawgiver' MacTUATHAL  (? - 120?) ;  aka Feidhlimidh Reachtmhar; aka Feidhlimdidh Reachtnar
(109)     Cathair Mar MacFEIDEILMID  (? - 122?) ;  King of LEINSTER; (mythical)
*     The 110th Monarchy was shared. Eoghan Mor is omitted from some lists.
(110)     Conn Ceadchathach MacFEIDEILMID  (? - 157?) ;  `of the Hundred Battles'
(110)     Eoghan (Owen) MOR ;  aka Eugene `the Great'; aka Eagon More; poss. aka Mogha (Mug Leath) Nuadha (Nuadat Nuadak); MacMOGA NEIT of MUNSTER
(111)     Conaire (II) MacMOGA LAMA  (? - 165?)
(112)     Airt `the Solitary' Aoinfhear MacCONN  (? - 195?) ;  aka Art (III) Aonthir; aka Art-Ean-Fhear Eanfhear Aenfher
(113)     Lugaid (Lughoidh) MacCon MacLUGAID  (? - 226)
(114)     Feargusa Dubdetach `the Long Haired' MacIMCHATHA  (? - 226?) ;  aka Fearghus Caisfhiaclach MacIMCHAD
(115)     Cormac Ulfhada (Ulfhota; `Longbeard') MacAIRT  (? - 266) ;  115th (and wisest) MONARCH of IRELAND; converted to Christianity
(116)     Eochaidh Gonnat, son of Fiach, son of Imchad (Iomchaidh) MacBREASAL
(117)     Cairbre Lifiochair (Lifechar) MacCORMAIC  (? - 284) ;  aka Cairbrelifefeachaire
(118)     Fotadh Airgtheach, son of Lugaid (Lughoidh) MacCon MacLUGAID
(119)     Fothadh Cairptheach, son of Lugaid (Lughoidh) MacCon MacLUGAID
(120)     Fiachaidh (V) Sraibhthine (Scrabhtaine) of IRELAND  (? - 322?) ;  aka Fiachu Sraiptine (Fiacha Srabhteine) MacCAIRPRE LIPHECHAIR; King of Connaught
(121)     Colla Uais (Carioll) MacECHACH DUIBHLEIN ;  `Colla the Noble'
(122)     Muireadeach (II) Tirech MacFIACHACH  (? - 357)
(123)     Caelbad MacCRUIND BA DRUI  (? - 357?)
(124)     Eochaid (Eochu) Mugmedon of IRELAND  (? - 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. From here, dates of reign are shown, mostly following the website of David Hughes.
(126)   [396-423]   Niall Noigiallach MacECHACH  (? - 405? Boulogne) ;  aka Nial (MOR) NAOIGHIALLACH `of the Nine Hostages'; conquered nine countries (incl. part of France)
(127)   [423-428]   Dathi MacFiachrach, son of Fiachra Foltsnaithech MacECHACH
(128)   [428-463]   Laeghaire (Leary) of IRELAND
(129)   [463-482]   Ailill Molt, son of Dathi MacFiachrach (127th Monarch), q.v.
(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. Patrick)
*     [507-512]   Interregnum. Ireland poss. ruled by High-King Arthur of Britain
(131)   [512-518]   Muirchertach (Mortough) MacEARCA  (? - 527)
*     [518-ca 521]   Interregnum. Ireland poss. ruled by High-King Arthur of Britain
(131)   [ca 521-534]   Muirchertach (Mortough) MacEARCA
(132)   [534-544]   Tuathal Maelgarb MacCORMAIC  (? - 538?)
(133)   [544-565]   Diarmait Derg MacFEARGUSA CERRBEOIL  (? - 558?)
(134)   [565-566]   Domhnall Ilchealgach `the Deceitful' of IRELAND  (? - 561) ;  aka Domnall (Donald) MacMuirchertaig O'NAILL
(135)   [565-566]   Fergus (Forggus), son of Muirchertach (Mortough) MacEARCA
*     For the next few Kings, numbering does not agree with regnal dates (Help!). Baetan I and Eochaid were co-rulers.
(136)   [569-572]   Eochaid/Eochu, son of Domhnall Ilchealgach `the Deceitful' of IRELAND
(137)   [569-572]   Boadan I
(138)   [566-569]   Ainmere (Ainmercach) MacSETNA
*     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 MacNEILL
*     The Geoghegan page shows yet another pedigree for 139th Monarch:
(139)   Baedan, son of Ninnidh, son of Fergus (Fearghus) Cennfota MacCONAILL
*     [586-592]   Interregnum.
(140)   [592-598]   Aed (Cenal Conaill) MacAINMERE  (? - 598?) ;  aka Aedh I
*     Aedh II and Colman Rimid were co-rulers.
(141)   [598-604]   Aed Slaine MacDIARMATA  (? - 604?) ;  aka Aedh II
(142)   [598-604]   Colman Rimid, son of 139th Monarch, q.v.
(143)   [604-612]   Aodh Uaridhrach of IRELAND  (? - 607) ;  aka Aedh III Uaridnach
(144)   [612-615]   Mael Coba MacAEDA  (? - 610) ;  poss. aka Maolchabha, King of CINEALL CONNILL
(145)   [615-628]   Suibhne Meann, aka Suibne Menn, son of Fiachna, son of Fearadhach, son of Muirchertach (Mortough) MacEARCA
(146)   [628-642]   Domnall MacAEDA of IRELAND  (? - 639?)
*     Cellach and Conall Cael were co-rulers.
(147)   [642-654]   Cellach (Kelly) MacMAEL COBA  (? - 656?)
(148)   [642-654]   Conall Cael
*     Diarmit II and Blathmac were co-rulers.
(149)   [654-665]   Diarmit II, son of Aed Slaine MacDIARMATA
(150)   [654-665]   Blathmac, son of Aed Slaine MacDIARMATA
(sometimes confused with 150)   [654-665]   Blathmac MacMAEL COBA of ULSTER  (? - 670?)
(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.
(152 - wrong?)   [671-675]   Cenn Faelad MacCOLGAN  (? - 682) ;  King of CONNACHT
(153)   [675-695]   Finsnechta Fledach, prob. aka St. Finniety `the Festive', son of Dunchadh, King of Ulidia, son of Aed Slaine MacDIARMATA
(154)   [695-704]   Loingsech MacAENGUSA  (? - 701?)
(155)   [704-710]   Congal Cendmagair (Cion Maghair), son of Fearghus of Fanaid, son of Conall Cael
*     Some sources name a different 155th Monarch:
(155?)   Finachta Headhat (the Christian King who remitted the impost imposed by 106th Monarch).
(156)   [710-722]   Fergal (O'NEILL) MacMAEL DUIN (MacMAOLDUIN)  (? - 718 or 722) ;  King of Ailech
(157)   [722-724]   Fogartach (Fogerty), prob. aka Fogartach Ua Cearnaigh, son of Niall, son of Cearnach Sotal, son of 149th Monarch , q.v.
(158)   [724-728]   Cinaed (Cinaeth Kenneth), son of Irgalach, son of Conaing Cuirri, son of Conghal, son of Aed Slaine MacDIARMATA
(159)   [728-734]   Flaithbertach MacLOINGSECH  (? - 765?) ;  aka Flaherty
(160)   [734-743]   Aedh IV (Allan) `the Handsome', son of Fergal (O'NEILL) MacMAEL DUIN (MacMAOLDUIN)
(161)   [743-763]   Domnall Midi MacMURCHAD  (? - 760?) ;  aka Donal of IRELAND; King of MIDE (Meath)
(162)   [763-770]   Niall Frossach (Frasach) MacFergal O'NEILL  (718? - 778?) ;  `of the Showers'
(163)   [770-797]   Donnchad (I) Midi MacDOMNAILL (O'NEILL)  (? - 797?)
(164)   [797-819]   Aed Oirdnidhe O'NEILL  (? - 817?) ;  aka Aedh V `the Dignified'; aka Aodh Oirdnide
(165)   [819-833]   Conchobhar, son of Donnchad (I) Midi MacDOMNAILL (O'NEILL)
(166)   [833-838]   Niall (III) Caille MacAEDA  (791? - 846?) ;  deposed 838
*     [838-846]   Interregnum. Ireland overrun by Vikings who proclaimed their leader Turgeis/Thorgest to be King of Ireland.
(167)   [846-862]   Mael Sechnaill Mor MacMAEL RUANAID  (? - 863?) ;  ala Malachy I
(168)   [862-879]   Aedh Finnliath MacNEILL (King of AILECH)  (? - 879) ;  aka Aed (VI) Findliath `White-Hair' O'NAILL
(169)   [879-916]   Flann Sionna MacMAEL SECHNAILL  (? - 916?) ;  `the Fox'
(170)   [916-919]   Niall Glundub MacAEDA (O'NAILL)  (870? - 919) ;  aka Njal GLUNDUBH; aka Niall IV `Black-Knee'
(171)   [919-944]   Donnchad Donn MacFLAINN  (? - 944?)
(172)   [944-956]   Congalach III `Cnogba', son of Maelmithigh, son of Flanagan, son of Ceallach, son of Conaing MacCONGALACH. Congalach's mother was Muire, daughter of King Kenneth I of Scots.
*     Hughes shows a co-Ruler with Congalach
(-)   [944-950]   Ruaidri I
(173)   [956-980]   Domnall O'NAILL of IRELAND  (? - 978) ;  aka Domnall (IV; MacMUIRCHERTAIG) of ARDMACHA; reigned for 24 years, waging war against his own subjects rather than the Dane invaders
(174)   [980-1002]   Mael Sechnaill MacDOMNAILL  (949? - 1022?) ;  aka Malachy II `the Great'
(175)   [1002-1014]   Brian (Boroimhe Boruma) BORU (MacCENNETIG)  (941 (or 926) - 1014) ;  (High King) of All IRELAND
(174, 2nd reign)   [1014-1022]   Mael Sechnaill MacDOMNAILL
*     [1022-1072]   Interregnum. Civil War.
(-)   [1022-1024]   Corcran Claireach, the cleric
(-)   [1022-1024]   Conn O Lochlain, the poet
(176, `anti-King')   [1022-1063]   Donnchad (MacBRIAIN) O'BRIEN  (981+ - 1064? Rome, Italy) ;  King of MUNSTER
(177, `anti-King')   [1063-1072]   Diarmait (MacDONNCHADA) MacMAEL  (by 1000 - 1072) ;  King of Hy Kinsale
(178)   [1072-1086]   Toirrdelbach O'BRIEN  (1009 - 1086) ;  King of MUNSTER; aka Turlogh (Tairrdelbach) MOR
*     Interregnums. Monarchy was contested during and after the reign of 179th Monarch.
(179)   [1083-1121]   Domnall MacLOCHLAINN  (1049 - 1121) ;  aka Donald (V) O'LOUGHLIN
(180)   [1086-1119]   Muirchertach (Murtagh) O'BRIEN  (? - 1119) ;  aka Murtough II of IRELAND; of MUNSTER
(181)   [1121?-1156]   Turlough O'CONNER  (? - 1156?) ;  prob. aka Turlogh II (King) of CONNACHT
(182)   [1156-1166]   Muirchertach MacLOCHLAINN  (1110? - 1166?) ;  aka Murcertac (Murtough) III O'NEIL
(183)   [1166-1186]   Ruaidri (II) Ua CONCHOBAIR  (? - 1198) ;  aka Rory O'CONNOR; King of CONNACHT; 183rd (and Last) MONARCH of IRELAND
*     [1169-1175]   Interregnum. England and Ireland at war.
*     [ca 1172-1921]   Ireland ruled by England. (Various dates are shown for the beginning of English rule. In 1155 Henry II presented a papal Bull, granting Ireland to him, but this Bull is now thought to have been a forgery. Rory accepted vassal status in 1175 and renounced his crown 1186.)
*     [ca 1201]   Cathail O'Connor proclaims himself King of Ireland.
*     [1258-1260]   Brian I `Catha an Duin' King of Ulster proclaims himself Brian II King of Ireland. He is sometimes called the 184th Monarch.
*     [1316-1318]   Eadbhard I (son of Robert VII BRUCE) crowned King of Ireland in defiance of England; he never captured Dublin.
*     [1542-1949]   King of England held title ``King of Ireland''.
*     [1916-1949]   Ireland in political transition.
*     [1948]   Ireland declares itself Republic and secedes from British Commonwealth.

MONARCH (alphabetic)

MONASTARIO

MONASTERIIS

MONASTERIN

MONAT

MONAY

MONBOCHER     or     MONBOCKER     ---   (see also   MONBOUCHIER)

MONBODDO

MONBOUCHIER     or     MONBOCHER     or     MONBOUCHER     or     MOUNTBOUCHER

MONCADA     or     MONCADE     or     MONTCADA

MONCALIERI

MONCAO

MONCEUX     or     MONCEAU     or     MONCEAUX     or     MONTCEAUX     or     MOUNCEAUX

MONCHABLON     ---   (see   MONTCHABLON)
 
MONCHENSI     ---   (see   MUNCHENSEY)
 
MONCHO

MONCHY

MONCK     or     MONCKE

MONCKTON

MONCLER     or     MONTKLAR

MONCOGNIEU

MONCON     or     MONZON

MONCONTOUR     or     MONTCONTOUR

MONCREIFFE     or     MONCREIFF     or     MONCRIEF     or     MONCRIEFF     or     MONCRIEFFE

MONCUCCO

MONCUR

MOND

MONDEFORD     or     MUNDEFORD     ---   (see also   MONTFORT)

MONDEJAR

MONDENARD

MONDEVILLE

MONDEY

MONDONICO

MONDONIO

MONDOT

MONDOUBLEAU     or     MONTDOUBLEAU

MONDRAGON

MONDREVILLE

MONEEN

MONEMUNTERI

MONETA

MONEYFORD

MONEYPENNY     ---   (see   MONIPENNY)
 
MONFERRAT     or     MONFERRATO     ---   (see   MONTFERRAT)
 
MONFOORT

MONFORD

MONFORT     ---   (see   MONTFORT)
 
MONGE

MONGOLS     ---   (see also   GOLDEN HORDE)

MONHALT

MONHAULT     ---   (see   MOHAUT)
 
MONICHO

MONICX

MONIEPENNIE     ---   (see   MONIPENNY)
 
MONIFITCHET     ---   (see   MONTFICHET)
 
MONINGES

MONINGTON     or     MORNINGTON

MONINS

MONIPENNY     or     MONEYPENNY     or     MONIEPENNIE     or     MONYPENNY

MONIS

MONIWIDOWNA

MONIX

MONIZ

MONJE

MONK

MONKASTRE

MONKE

MONLEON

MONLEONE

MONLEZUN

MONMOUTH

MONNEVILLE     or     MONVILLE

MONNOX

MONOMACHOS     or     MONOMACHA     or     MONOMACHAINA     or     MONOMAKHOS

MONOT

MONPEZAT

MONQUHANNY

MONREITH

MONROE     or     MONRO     or     MUNRO

MONROY

MONS

MONSALVE

MONSANTO

MONSARAS     or     MONSARAZ

MONSCEAUX

MONSCHOU     or     MONSCHAU     or     MONTJAY     or     MONTJOY

MONSEGUR

MONSON

MONSPEY

MONSTER

MONSTERBERG

MONSTERS

MONSTIER-REMY

MONSTRE

MONSTREUL

MONT

MONT-SAINT-ELOY

MONT-SAINT-JEAN     or     CHARNY

MONT-SAINT-SORLIN

MONTABAUR

MONTACUTE     or     MONTACUTO     ---   (see   MONTAGU)
 
MONTAFIE

MONTAFILANT

MONTAGE

MONTAGNE

MONTAGNY

MONTAGU     or     MONTACUTE     or     MONTACUTO     or     MONTAGUE     or     MONTAIGU     or     MONTE-ACUTO     or     MONTEACUTO     or     MONTECUTE     or     MONTEGUE

MONTAGUERRE

MONTAIGNAC

MONTAIGUT

MONTAILLE

MONTAL

MONTALAIS

MONTALBAN

MONTALEGRE

MONTALEMBERT

MONTALIER

MONTALT     or     MONTALTA     ---   (see   MOHAUT)
 
MONTALTO

MONTANAY

MONTANER

MONTANO

MONTANOLIER     ---   (see   MONTEROLIER)
 
MONTAOS

MONTAR

MONTARDY

MONTARGIL

MONTARGIS

MONTAUBAN

MONTAUDION

MONTAULT

MONTAURIOL

MONTAUSIER

MONTAUT

MONTAYNARD

MONTAZEAU

MONTBAIL

MONTBARD

MONTBARREY

MONTBASON     or     MONTBASO

MONTBAUSON

MONTBAZON

MONTBEGON     ---   (see   MONTEBEGON)
 
MONTBEL

MONTBELLIARD     or     MONTBELIARD

MONTBERON     or     MONTBRON

MONTBOISSIER

MONTBOURCHER

MONTBRAI     or     MONTBRAY     ---   (see also   MOWBRAY)

MONTBRISON

MONTBRON     ---   (see   MONTBERON)
 
MONTBRUN

MONTBY

MONTCADA     ---   (see   MONCADA)
 
MONTCAVREL

MONTCEAUX     ---   (see   MONCEUX)
 
MONTCELES

MONTCHABLON     or     MONCHABLON     or     MONTCHABLONS

MONTCHALON

MONTCHALONS

MONTCHAUDE

MONTCHENSNEY     or     MONTCHENSY     ---   (see   MUNCHENSEY)
 
MONTCHENTAL     or     MOCHENTAL

MONTCHENU

MONTCHEVALIER

MONTCLAR

MONTCLER

MONTCLERC

MONTCONTOUR     ---   (see   MONCONTOUR)
 
MONTCORNEIL

MONTCRAVEL

MONTCRIEF

MONTDIDIER

MONTDORE

MONTDOUBLEAU     ---   (see   MONDOUBLEAU)
 
MONTDRAGON

MONTE

MONTE ODORISIO

MONTE ROTONDO

MONTE SANTA MARIA

MONTE ALTO     ---   (see   MOHAUT)
 
MONTE BEGONIS     ---   (see   MONTEBEGON)
 
MONTE CANISO     ---   (see   MUNCHENSEY)
 
MONTE GOMERII     ---   (see   MONTGOMERY)
 
MONTE GUMBRI     ---   (see   MONTGOMERY)
 
MONTE-ACUTO     ---   (see   MONTAGU)
 
MONTEACKE

MONTEACUTO     or     MONTECUTE     ---   (see   MONTAGU)
 
MONTEAGE

MONTEAGLE

MONTEAGUDO

MONTEALEGRE

MONTEALS

MONTEALTO

MONTEBEGON     or     MONTBEGON     or     MONTE BEGONIS     or     MONTEBEGONE

MONTEBEL

MONTECASTELLO

MONTECCHIO

MONTECH

MONTECHANIN

MONTECHIARUGOLO

MONTECUCCOLI

MONTEFALCIONE

MONTEFALCONE

MONTEFELTRO

MONTEFERRAT     ---   (see   MONTFERRAT)
 
MONTEFEX     or     MONTEFLICHET     ---   (see   MONTFICHET)
 
MONTEFORTE     ---   (see   MONTFORT)
 
MONTEFUSCOLO

MONTEGUE     ---   (see   MONTAGU)
 
MONTEIL     or     MONTELL

MONTEILLEZ

MONTEIRO

MONTEITH

MONTELEHERICO     ---   (see   MONTLHERY)
 
MONTELEON

MONTELEONE

MONTEMARANO     ---   (see   MONTMARANO)
 
MONTEMAYOR

MONTEMOLIN

MONTEMOR

MONTENACH

MONTENAKEN

MONTENAY

MONTENEGRO

MONTENS

MONTENUOVO

MONTEPILLOY

MONTERENZI

MONTEROLIER     or     MONTANOLIER     or     MONTROLIER

MONTEROS

MONTEROSATO     ---   (see also   MONTERROSO)

MONTEROSO

MONTEROTONDO

MONTEROTUNDO

MONTERREY

MONTERROSO     or     MONTEROSATO     or     MONTERROZO

MONTERUC

MONTES-CLAROS

MONTESARCHIO

MONTESCAGLIOSO

MONTESCUDAIO

MONTESQUIEU

MONTESQUIOU

MONTEUQUET

MONTEVAGO

MONTEVERDE

MONTEYN

MONTFA

MONTFALCON

MONTFALTO

MONTFALTREL

MONTFARVILLE

MONTFAUCON     or     MONTFACON

MONTFERANT

MONTFERMEIL

MONTFERRAND

MONTFERRANT

MONTFERRAT     or     MONFERRAT     or     MONFERRATO     or     MONTEFERRAT     or     MONTFERRATO

MONTFICHET     or     MONIFITCHET     or     MONTEFEX     or     MONTEFLICHET     or     MONTFITCHET     or     MONTIFEX     or     MONTIFICHET     or     MUNFICHET     or     MUNTFICHET     or     MUNTFITCHET

MONTFLEUR

MONTFLEURS

MONTFOORT     ---   (see   MONTFORT)
 
MONTFORT     or     MONDEFORD     or     MONFORT     or     MONTEFORTE     or     MONTFOORT     or     MONTFORD     or     MONTFORT-SUR-RISLE     or     MOUNTFORT

MONTFORTE

MONTGAI

MONTGASCON

MONTGAUGIER

MONTGLAS

MONTGOBERT

MONTGOMERY     or     MONTE GOMERII     or     MONTE GUMBRI     or     MONTGOMERI     or     MONTGOMERIE     or     MONTGOMMERY     or     MUNDEGUMBRI

MONTGRALD

MONTHASON

MONTHERMER     or     MORTHERMER

MONTHIERS

MONTHLERY     ---   (see   MONTLHERY)
 
MONTHOIS

MONTIBUS

MONTICELLI

MONTIERI

MONTIERNOS

MONTIFEX     or     MONTIFICHET     ---   (see   MONTFICHET)
 
MONTIGNAC

MONTIGNY

MONTIJO

MONTJAY     ---   (see also   MONSCHOU)

MONTJEAN

MONTJOUVENT

MONTJOUX

MONTJOVET

MONTJOY     or     MONTJOIE     or     MONTJOYE     or     MOUNTJOY     or     MOUNTJOYE     ---   (see also   MONSCHOU)

MONTJUIF

MONTKLAR     ---   (see   MONCLER)
 
MONTLAUR

MONTLEON

MONTLEZUN

MONTLHERY     or     MONTELEHERICO     or     MONTHLERY

MONTLIEU

MONTLOUIS

MONTLUC

MONTLUCON

MONTLUEL

MONTMAJOR     ---   (see   MONTMAYEUR)
 
MONTMAJOUR

MONTMARANO     or     MONTEMARANO

MONTMARTIN

MONTMAUR

MONTMAYEUR     or     MONTMAJOR

MONTMIRAIL     or     MONTMIREL     or     MONTMIREL-EN-BRIE     or     MONTMIRIAL

MONTMORENCY     or     MONTMORENCI

MONTMORET

MONTMORILLON

MONTMORIN

MONTMORT

MONTOFT

MONTOIRE

MONTOISON

MONTOISSON

MONTOR

MONTOVIA

MONTPEASON

MONTPELLIER

MONTPENSIER

MONTPESON

MONTPESSON

MONTPEZAT

MONTPIPEAU

MONTPOUPON

MONTPREIS

MONTRABEL     or     MONTRABE

MONTRACHET

MONTREAL

MONTREBEAU

MONTRELAIS

MONTREUIL

MONTREUX

MONTREVAULT     or     MONTREVEAU

MONTREVAUT

MONTREVEL

MONTRICHARD

MONTRICOURT

MONTROCHER

MONTROLIER     ---   (see   MONTEROLIER)
 
MONTROSE

MONTROY

MONTSEGUR

MONTSOREAU

MONTSOREL     or     MONTSORREL

MONTSORIU

MONTUEL

MONTUOMARI

MONTVERT

MONTVILLE

MONTZ

MONUMENTO

MONVILLE     ---   (see   MONNEVILLE)
 
MONWID

MONYCABON

MONYFORD

MONYMUSK

MONYNS

MONYPENNY     ---   (see   MONIPENNY)
 
MONZA

MONZON     ---   (see   MONCON)

MOODIE

MOODY

MOOLTE

MOON

MOONE

MOONEY

MOOR

MOORE

MOOREMAN

MOORES

MOORETON

MOORMAN

MOORMERLAND

MOORNE

MOORS

MOORSLEDE

MOORWOOD     ---   (see   MOREWOOD)
 
MOOS

MOOSBURG

MOOSE

MOOSEN

MOOT

MOR     ---   (see also   THE GREAT)

MORADE

MORAINVILLIERS

MORAIS

MORANDO

MORANGIS

MORANON

MORANT

MORAR

MORAS

MORAUNT

MORAVIA

MORAY

MORBECQUE

MORCARSON

MORCHIPONT

MORCHYONT

MORCONE

MORDAR

MORDAUNT

MORDAXT

MORDECAI

MORDECHAI

MORDEN

MORDER

MORDINGTON     or     MOURTHINTOUN

MORDOX

MORE     or     MOERE

MOREA

MOREAU

MOREAUMES     or     MAREACONE     or     MOREAUME     or     MORIALME     or     MORIALMES     or     MORIALMEZ

MOREB

MOREBY

MORECOT

MORECROFT

MOREE

MOREHALL

MOREHEAD

MOREHOUSE

MOREIRA

MOREL

MORELEY     ---   (see   MORLEY)
 
MORELIERE

MORELL

MORELY

MoreMacMUIREDACH

MORENBERG

MORENO

MORESBY

MOREST

MORESTORF

MORETON     ---   (see   MORTAIGNE)
 
MOREUIL

MOREVILL     or     MOREVILLE     ---   (see   MORVILLE)
 
MOREWICK     or     MOREWIKE     ---   (see   MORWICK)
 
MOREWOOD     or     MOORWOOD

MOREY

MORGADO

MORGAN

MORGANNWG     or     MORGANWG     ---   (see   GLAMORGAN)
 
MORGES

MORGNE

MORGUE

MORHAM

MORHIER

MORIALME     or     MORIALMES     or     MORIALMEZ     ---   (see   MOREAUMES)
 
MORIARTY

MORICE

MORICEBY

MORICHY

MORIEL

MORIEN

MORIENSART

MORIEUX

MORILL

MORIN

MORINEAU

MORINIERE

MORINS

MORIS

MORISON     ---   (see also   MORRISON)

MORITZ

MORKEN

MORKERKE

MORKOWSKY

MORLAIX     or     MORLAIS

MORLAND

MORLANWELZ

MORLAU

MORLE

MORLET

MORLEY     or     MORELEY

MORLHON

MORMAER

MORMIC

MORMILE

MORMOIRON

MORMTER

MORNAC

MORNAY

MORNE

MORNER

MORNINGTON     ---   (see   MONINGTON)
 
MOROCCO

MOROCZ

MOROSINI     or     MOROSONI

MOROT

MOROZOV     or     MOROZ     or     TUTCHKO-MOROZOV

MOROZZO

MORPETH

MORPHIE

MORRA

MORRELL

MORRES

MORRICE

MORRIEN

MORRILL

MORRIS

MORRISON     or     MORISON

MORRISSON

MORROW

MORS     ---   (see   MOERS)
 
MORSAN

MORSBERG     or     MORSPERG

MORSE

MORSHEAD

MORSKIN

MORSLEBEN

MORSLEDE

MORSZTYN

MORTAGUA

MORTAIGNE     or     MORETON     or     MORTAGNE     or     MORTAGUE     or     MORTAIN     or     MORTAINE

MORTEFONTAINE

MORTEGOUTTE

MORTEIN     ---   (see   MORTEYN)
 
MORTEMART

MORTEMER     ---   (see   MORTIMER)
 
MORTENSEN

MORTEREY

MORTESKA

MORTEYN     or     MORTEIN     or     MORTEYNE

MORTHERMER     ---   (see   MONTHERMER)
 
MORTIER

MORTIMER     or     MORTEMER     or     MORTIMORE     or     MORTUO MARI     or     MORTYMER

MORTON

MORTONE

MORTOUN

MORTUO MARI     ---   (see also   MORTIMER)

MORTYMER     ---   (see   MORTIMER)
 
MORUNGEN

MORVEN

MORVERN

MORVILLE     or     MOREVILL     or     MOREVILLE     or     MORVILL

MORVILLIER

MORVILLIERS

MORVOIS

MORWICK     or     MOREWICK     or     MOREWIKE

MORYSINE

MORYSON

MOSA

MOSAIC

MOSBACH     or     PFALZ-MOSBACH

MOSBY

MOSCA

MOSCOSO

MOSCOW     or     MOSCOU     or     MOSKOVSKAJA     or     MOSKOVSKIJ     or     MOSKVA     or     MUSCOVY

MOSEBY

MOSELEY     ---   (see   MOSLEY)
 
MOSELL

MOSELLE     or     MESSGAU     or     MOSEL     or     MOSELGAU     or     MOSELLA     or     MOSELLANE

MOSELY     ---   (see   MOSLEY)
 
MOSER

MOSES

MOSEZZO

MOSHEIM

MOSHER

MOSKOVSKAJA     or     MOSKOVSKIJ     ---   (see   MOSCOW)
 
MOSKVA     ---   (see   MOSCOW)
 
MOSLEY     or     MOSELEY     or     MOSELY

MOSNAC

MOSNIER

MOSQUERA

MOSS

MOSSE

MOSSELMAN

MOST INFLUENTIAL BUSINESSMEN EVER   (according to Forbes.com)

  1.         Henry FORD  (Michigan 1863 - 1947 Dearborn, Michigan) ;  founder & eponym of Ford Motor Company; Inventor, important innovater; 12th wealthiest American ever; 9t....
  2.         John Pierpont MORGAN  (Hartford, Conn. 1837 - 1913) ;  (financier; founded General Electric, U.S. Steel, etc.; 25th wealthiest American ever; 2nd most influential businessman ever)
  3.         John Davison ROCKEFELLER  (Richford, New York 1839 - 1937) ;  (Founded Standard Oil; 1st wealthiest American and poss. most wealthy non-monarch ever; called 3rd Wealth....
  4.         Andrew CARNEGIE  (Dunfermline, Scotl. 1835 - 1919 Mass.) ;  (poor immigrant who built Carnegie Steel and was once the richest man in America; 6th wealthiest American....
  5.         Samuel Moore `Sam' WALTON  (Kingfisher, Oklahoma 29/3/1918 - 5/4/1992 Little Rock, Ark.) ;  (founder & eponym of WalMart; 13th wealthiest American ever; 25th Wealthiest Person ever; 5th most influential businessman ever)
  6.         Thomas John (Jr.) WATSON  (Dayton, Ohio 1914 - 1993 Conn.) ;  President of I.B.M. anbd oversaw its later growth; `the greatest capitalist in history'; Ambassador to th....
  7.         Mayer Amschel Bauer von ROTHSCHILD  (Frankfurt 1744 - 1812 Frankfurt) ;  (Meyer Anselm) (founded Rothschild bank, making his heirs among the most wealthy ever; 2nd Wealthiest Per....
  8.         Walter Elias DISNEY  (Chicago 1901 - 1966 Los Angeles) ;  (animator, producer, created Mickey Mouse, etc.; eponym of Disneyland; 8th most influential businessman ever)
  9.         Ray Croc (1902-1984)
  10.         Alfred Nobel (1833-1896)
  11.         Henry J. Kaiser (1882-1967)
  12.         Alfred Sloan (1875-1988)
  13.         Sakichi Toyoda (1867-1930)
  14.         William Lever (1851-1925)
  15.         Henry Robinson LUCE  (Tengchow, China 1898 - 1967 Phoenix) ;  (founded several magazines incl. Time , Life , Sports Illustrated ; 15th most influential businessman ever)
  16.         Aaron Montgomery WARD  (New Jersey 1844 - 1913 Chicago) ;  (founder & eponym of Montgomery Ward & Co.; 16th most influential businessman ever)
  17.         Matthew BOULTON  (Birmingham 1728 - 1809 Birmingham) ;  (James Watt's business partner; 17th most influential businessman ever)
  18.         Edward Henry HARRIMAN  (Long Isl. 1848 - 1909 N.Y.) ;  (railroad executive; 23rd wealthiest American ever; 18th most influential businessman ever)
  19.         Josiah WEDGWOOD  (Staffords. 1730 - 1795) ;  (Inventor; founder & eponym of Wedgwood Company; prominent Abolitionist; potter to Queen Charlotte; 19th most influential businessman ever)
  20.         Gerard Swope (1872-1967)

    MOSTEIRO

    MOSTEKE

    MOSTEN

    MOSTERSTONG

MOSTON

MOSTUEJOULS

MOSTYN

MOSUL

MOTA

MOTE     or     MOTTE     or     MOTTE BROONS     or     MOTTE-SAINT-JEAN

MOTE-DE-JUIGNE

MOTEN

MOTERUM

MOTH

MOTHE

MOTHERSHED

MOTIER

MOTLEY

MOTON

MOTRAM

MOTREN

MOTSCHELNITZ

MOTT

MOTTEN

MOTTENGHIEN

MOTTET

MOTTROM     or     MOTTRAM     or     MOTTRUM

MOUAT

MOUBRAY     ---   (see also   MOWBRAY)

MOUCHAMPS

MOUCHARD

MOUCHE

MOUCHY

MOUKHRAM     or     MOUKHRANI     or     MOUKHRANSKI     ---   (see   MUCHRANI)
 
MOULCON     ---   (see   MEULEON)
 
MOULD

MOULENFORD

MOULIN

MOULINS

MOULLINGE

MOULSON

MOULTE

MOULTON     ---   (see   MULTON)
 
MOUMALE

MOUNCE

MOUNCEAUX     ---   (see   MONCEUX)
 
MOUNFORT

MOUNSCAUX

MOUNT

MOUNT ALEXANDER

MOUNT BERNARD

MOUNTAINS

MOUNTBATTEN

MOUNTBOUCHER     ---   (see   MONBOUCHIER)
 
MOUNTCHENEY     or     MOUNTCHESNEY     ---   (see   MUNCHENSEY)
 
MOUNTENEY

MOUNTFORD

MOUNTFORT     ---   (see   MONTFORT)
 
MOUNTFORTH

MOUNTGARRET

MOUNTJOY     or     MOUNTJOYE     ---   (see   MONTJOY)
 
MOUNTMORRES

MOUNTNEY

MOUNTRATH

MOUNTSORELL

MOUNTYGOWE

MOURA

MOURANT

MOURAO

MOURIJN

MOURISCA

MOURIZ

MOURNE

MOURNINGS

MOURO

MOURSIN

MOURT

MOURTHINTOUN     ---   (see   MORDINGTON)
 
MOUSALL

MOUSCRON

MOUSHEN

MOUSLEY

MOUSNIER

MOUSON

MOUSSAYE

MOUSSON

MOUSTIERS

MOUTIERS

MOUTON

MOUWER

MOUWRY

MOUXY

MOUY

MOUZALONISSA     or     MUSALONISSA

MOVILA

MOWAT

MOWATT

MOWBRAY     or     AXHOLME     or     MOBRAY     or     MONTBRAI     or     MOUBRAY     or     MUBRAI

MOWDDWY

MOWER

MOWRY

MOY     or     MOEY

MOYA

MOYANNE

MOYENS     ---   (see   MOYNE)
 
MOYLE

MOYLEN

MOYLETT

MOYNE     or     MOIGNE     or     MOYENS     or     MOYNS

MOYNING

MOYON

MOYSE

MOYSES

MOYTHE     or     MOETHE     or     MOYTHYE

MOYTOY

MOZARAB


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