Toirdhealbhach Óg Donn Ó Conchobair (Turlough O'Connor) (died 9 December 1406) was a King of Connacht, a kingdom which lies west of the River Shannon in Ireland. He was the son of Aedh mac Tairdelbach Ó Conchobair. Few single members of the Ó Conchobair dynasty were able to assume overall control of the three main clan septs after the 1380s. Toirdhealbhach was one of the last kings of Connacht, who were by his time reduced to their ancestral lands in County Roscommon.
Ruaidrí mac Tairrdelbach Ua Conchobair was King of Connacht from 1156 to 1186, and High King of Ireland from 1166 to 1198. He was the last High King of Ireland. Anglo-Normans invaded Ireland. Ruaidrí was the last native and Celtic King of Ireland.
Aedh mac Ruaidrí Ua Conchobair was King of Connacht from 1228 to 1233. He was one of the sons of the last fully recognized High King of Ireland Ruaidrí Ua Conchobair, and claimed the kingship of Connacht after deposing his brother Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair, after the death of their rival, cousin and former king Aedh Ua Conchobair. In 1233 he was killed in battle by the supporters of his cousin and successor Felim O'Connor. He was the last descendant of Ruaidrí to hold the kingship.
Rory na-bhFeadh mac Donough Ua Conchobair, King of Connacht 1316–1317.
Cathal McConnor Roe O'Connor was king of Connacht in Ireland. He was son of Connor Roe O'Connor and a member of the Clan Muircheartaigh Uí Conchobhair.
Magnus McConnor Roe O'Conor was king of Connacht in Ireland. He was a member of the Clan Murtagh O'Conor. He ousted his brother.
Hugh McOwen O'Conor was king of Connacht in late medieval Ireland. He is the person addressed in the poem Cóir Connacht ar chath Laighean and in the poem An tu aris a raith Theamhrach by Aonghus Ruadh Ó Dálaigh.
Toirdelbach Ó Conchobair, anglicised Turlough O'Conor, was one of a number of claimants to the kingship of Connacht in the disastrous aftermath of the Second Battle of Athenry. He overthrew Rory na BhFeadh but was himself overthrown in 1318.
Cathal mac Domhnall Ó Conchobair was King of Connacht from 1318 to 1324. The Kings of Connacht were rulers of the cóiced of Connacht, which lies west of the River Shannon, Ireland. However, the name only became applied to it in the early medieval era, being named after The Connachta.
Hugh McHugh Breifne O'Conor was king of Connacht, Ireland, in 1342. He was the last of the Clan Murtagh O'Conor to hold this position. He died in 1350, as the O'Connor Breifne, some eight years after being expelled. His father, a son of Cathal O'Connor had briefly made a bid for the kingship in 1309-10 from a power-base established in Breifne O'Rourke.
Ruaidri mac Tairdelbach Ua Conchobair, King of Connacht, died 1384. The previous king though not listed was slain and defeated by the Ó Cellaigh's of Ui Maine.
Cathal mac Conchobair was King of Connacht.
Tadg mac Conchobair was a King of Connacht from the Uí Briúin branch of the Connachta. He was the son of Conchobar mac Taidg Mór, a previous king, the second of his three sons to rule in succession, succeeding his brother Áed mac Conchobair. He was of the Síl Muiredaig sept of the Uí Briúin. He ruled from 888-900.
Áed Ua hOissín was consecrated first Archbishop of Tuam in 1152 and died in 1161. He was closely associated with Connaught royalty, and had served as abbot of Tuam.
Muireadhach Ua Dubhthaigh was an Archbishop of Connacht, in Ireland.
Muireadhach Ua Flaithbheartaigh was King of Iar Connacht.
Conchobar Ua Conchobair, served as tánaiste of Connacht, fl. 1126–1144.
Aedh Dall Ua Conchobair, Prince of Connacht, died 1194.
Toirdhealbhach Ó Conchobhair was a King of Connacht.
Aedh mac Tairdelbach Óg Ó Conchobair, was one of the sons of Toirdhealbhach Óg Donn Ó Conchobair and King of Connacht from 1439–1461. Aedh Ó Conchobair succeeded to the throne of the Connachta in 1439 after the death of Cathal mac Ruaidri Ó Conchobair and was succeeded by Fedlim Ó Conchobair, also a son of Toirdhealbhach Óg Donn Ó Conchobair.
Fedlim Geancach Ó Conchobair was an Irish monarch of the fifteenth century. He was one of the sons of Toirdhealbhach Óg Donn Ó Conchobair and King of Connacht from 1461–1475. Fedlim Geancach Ó Conchobair succeeded to the throne of the Connachta in 1461 after the death of Aedh mac Tairdelbach Óg Ó Conchobair. Fedlim was the last fully recognized monarch of The Kingdom of Connacht.