Name: Tadgh Aibhle O?Carroll or O'Cearbhaill
Suffix: Chief of Eile 1
Death: 1407 in Callan, KIlkenny, Ireland
Occupation: King of Eile 1377-1407
Cause: Killed in battle by Lord Deputy Sir Stephen Scrope, with 800 of his army.
Change Date: 18 OCT 2005
Tadgh Aibhle O'Cearbhaill, chief of Eile, 1377-1407, had the shrine of the Book of Dimma refurbished but was a belligerent man who took part in many cattle raids and was killed at the Battle of Callan in 1407.
His second wife was of Gaelic background. She survived Tadhg and her death in 1421 was recorded thus: More, the daughter of Brian O'Brien, and wife of Walter Burke, and who had been married to Teige O'Carroll, the most distinguished woman in her time, in Leath Mogha, for knowledge, hospitality, good sense, and piety, died. She was usually called Mor-Mumhan-na-Muimhneach.
Father: Tadgh O'Cearbhaill
- Maolrony ?Barbatus? O?Caroll
- Margaret O?Carroll
- Type: Web Site
Title: A Glorious History, a paper presented to the Birr Gathering
Author: Margarte Hogan