Genealogy of Maebh Belle Pyles

All The Way Back To Adam

Maebh Belle Pyles
Maebh Belle Pyles at home in Bandon, near Cork. She was born on Monday 13 September 2004, three months premature, and was in a critical condition in the neo-natal unit, but she gradually recovered and on 28 November she was able to go home with Mum and Dad. For the full story see Nathan & Jeanette.

The ancestry of the English royal family can be traced back through the Scottish and then the Irish royal lines, and then back to Magog the grandson of Noah, and back to Adam. If you can trace your ancestry to the English royal line, you can trace it back to Adam. There are many generations of the English monarchy, and millions of people have descended from them. Could you be one of them?

  1. Maebh Belle Pyles
  2. Nathan Ward Pyles
  3. Ward William Pyles
  4. Daurice Uvidale Tilden
  5. Samuel Joseph Tilden
  6. John West Tilden
  7. Joseph White Tilden
  8. Lois Sullard
  9. Ann Abel (1)
  10. Solomon Abel
  11. John Abel
  12. Caleb Abel
  13. Robert Abell
  14. Frances Cotton
  15. Richard Cotton
  16. George Cotton
  17. Cicely Mainwaring
  18. Jane Sutton
  19. Sir John Sutton K.G. 1st Lord Dudley
  20. John Sutton
  21. John Sutton
  22. Katherine Stafford
  23. Margaret Audley (Baroness Audley)
  24. Margaret de Clare
  25. Joan of Acre Plantagenet
  26. Edward I Longshanks (England)
  27. Henry III (England)
  28. John Lackland (England)
  29. Henry II Plantagenet (England) m. Eleanor of Aquitaine
  30. Matilda Beauclerc (Empress of Germany), m. Geoffrey Plantagenet.
  31. Edith (Matilda) Atheling (Princess of Scotland), m. Henry I Beauclerc (2), son of William I (the "Conqueror").
  32. Malcolm III (Scotland)
  33. Duncan I (Scotland)
  34. Princess Beatrix (Bethoc) MacKenneth
  35. Malcolm II (Scotland)
  36. Kenneth II (Scotland)
  37. Malcolm I (Scotland)
  38. Donald II (Scotland)
  39. Constantine I (Scotland)
  40. Kenneth I MacAlpin (Scotland)
  41. Alpin MacEochaid Dalraida
  42. Eochaidh IV MacFergus Dalraida
  43. Fergus MacAehd
  44. Aehd Find MacEochaid
  45. Eochaidh III
  46. Findon (Eochaid II)
  47. Domongart II MacDomnaill
  48. Domnall Brecc
  49. Eochaidh I Buidhe
  50. Edhan Aidan
  51. Gabhran
  52. Donart
  53. Fergus Mor Mac- (about 420 came to Scotland)
  54. Muredach (Erc)
  55. Eoghan Owen
  56. Niall Mor, "Niall of the Nine Hostages".
  57. Eoachaidh Muigh Meadhoin
  58. Muredach Tireach, 122nd Monarch.
  59. Fiacha Srabhteine, the 120th Monarch.
  60. Cairbre Liffechar, the 117th Monarch.
  61. Cormac Ulfhada (commonly called "Cormac Mac Art"), the 115th Monarch.
  62. Art-Ean-Fhear (or Art-Enear), the 112th Monarch, a quo O'h-Airt, anglicized O'Hart.
  63. Conn Ceadcatha (or Conn of the Hundred Battles), the 110th Monarch.
  64. Felim Rachtmar (or Felim the Lawgiver), the 108th Monarch.
  65. Tuathal Teachdmar, the 106th Monarch.
  66. Fiacha Fionn Ola (or Fiacha of the White Oxen), the 124th Monarch.
  67. Fearadach Fionn Feachtnach (or Feredach the True and Sincere), the 102nd Monarch.
  68. Crimthann Niadh-Nar (called Crimthann the Heroic), the 100th Monarch, Christ was born.
  69. Lugaidh Sriabh-n Dearg, the 98th Monarch.
  70. Breas-Nar-Lothar
  71. Eochaidh Feidhlioch, the 93rd Monarch.
  72. Fionn
  73. Fionnlaoch
  74. Roighean Ruadh
  75. Asaman Eamhnadh
  76. Enda Agneach, the 84th Monarch.
  77. Aongus (or Aeneas) Turmeach-Teamrach, the 81st Monarch (from whose younger son, Fiacha Fearmara, the kings of Dalriada, in Scotland, down to Loarn, the maternal grandfather of Fergus Mor Mac Earca were descended).
  78. Eoachaidh Altleathan, the 79th Monarch: his son Olioll Casfiacalach, the 77th Monarch.
  79. Conla Caomh, the 76th Monarch.
  80. Iarn Gleo-Fhathach, the 74th Monarch.
  81. Melg Molbhthach, the 71st Monarch.
  82. Cobthach Caol-bhreagh, the 69th Monarch.
  83. Ugaine Mor, the 66th Monarch.
  84. Eochaidh Buidh
  85. Duach Ladhrach, the 59th Monarch.
  86. Fiachadh Tolgrach, the 55th Monarch.
  87. Muirerdhach (Muredach) Bolgach, the 46th Monarch.
  88. Simeon Breac, the 44th Monarch.
  89. Aodh Glas
  90. Nuadhas Fionnfail, the 39th Monarch.
  91. Giallchadh, the 37th Monarch.
  92. Oilioll Olchaoin
  93. Siorna Saoghalach, the 34th Monarch (lived 250 years, and reigned 150 years).
  94. Dein
  95. Rotheachta, the 22nd Monarch.
  96. Maon
  97. Aongus Ollmuchach, the 20th Monarch.
  98. Fiachadh Lamhraein, the 18th Monarch.
  99. Simorgoill
  100. Eanbrotha
  101. Tighearnmas, the 13th Monarch.
  102. Falach (or Fallain)
  103. Eithriall, the 11th Monarch.
  104. Irial Faidh, the 10th Monarch.
  105. Heremon, the 2nd Monarch of Ireland, m. Tea (3), daughter of Lughaidh, son of Ioth, son of Breoghan. Heremon ruled Ireland jointly with his brother Heber, then ruled alone after Heber had been killed.
  106. Galamh (galav), otherwise called Milesius of Spain.
  107. Bile
  108. Breoghan (or Brigus); a quo the "Brigantes".
  109. Brath
  110. Deagh
  111. Arcadh
  112. Alladh
  113. Nuadhad
  114. Nenuall
  115. Febric Glas
  116. Agnan Fionn
  117. Heber Glunfionn
  118. Lamhfionn
  119. Agnan
  120. Tait
  121. Oghaman
  122. Beouman
  123. Heber Scutt (Scott)
  124. Sruth
  125. Asruth
  126. Gaodhal, a quo the Clann-na-Gaodhail or the Gaels.
  127. Niul
  128. Feinius (or Phoeniusa) Farsaidh, the inventor of letters. He was also interested in the Hebrew language. (4)
  129. Baoth (baoth, Irish: simple; Heb. baath, to terrify).
  130. Magog
  131. Japheth
  132. Noah
  133. Lamech
  134. Methuselah
  135. Enoch
  136. Jared
  137. Mahalaleel
  138. Cainan
  139. Enos
  140. Seth
  141. Adam (First Man)


(1). Ann Abel is known to be descended from the English royal family. However, there is no documentary evidence that she is the mother of Lois Sullard, although it is believed to be the case. For details see RootsWeb.

(2). Henry I was called "Beauclerc" because of his administrative skills.

(3). Tea, the wife of Heremon, got a fortress built for herself called Teamhair or "house of Tea". There are some who say she was the daughter of Zedekiah, the last king of Israel, but this cannot be true because according to the Irish history (for example Keating) she was the daughter of Lughaidh, the cousin of Milesius, and their common grandfather was Breoghan.

(4). According to Keating, Feinius Farsaidh, the grandson of Magog, and his second cousin Gaedeal (grandson of Gomer) went to the plain of Shinar to study languages because they were interested in the variety of languages that existed after the dispersion from the Tower of Babel. They were especially interested in Hebrew and they learned it from Eber, the great-grandson of Shem. This might explain the apparent existence of Hebraisms in the Irish language, for example Heber, the brother of Heremon, might be named after the Semitic Eber. Also we find Heber Scott and Heber Glunfionn among the descendants of Feinius.

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Mike Gascoigne
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