Cellach

Irish - A bishop. King of Connaught. Son of Eoghan Beal. Brother of Muireadhach. He was a monk at the time of his father's death but left the monastery to assume the kingship. He was deposed by Guaire and eventually fled to an island with four young monks. Guaire bribed the young clerics to kill Ceallach, and when Muireadhach came to visit him he found his brother's corpse. In some references, called Cellach, Ceallach, Ceallach, Cellach, Cellach or Cellach.
Irish - Son of Cormac mac Airt. He was killed by Angus, chief of the Desi sept, for abducting a girl of that clan. On occassion, known as Cellach, Ceallach, Ceallach, Cellach, Cellach or Cellach.
Irish - Son of Maol Cobha. He was present at the Battle of Magh Ratha and killed Conan Rod who had joined forces with Congall Caoch. Also called Cellach, Ceallach, Ceallach, Cellach, Cellach or Cellach.

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