Macquillans

Some articles on macquillans:

County Antrim - History
... The Cambro-Norman MacQuillans were powerful in the Route ... and Lower Dunluce were part of the Route, and were ruled by the MacQuillans ... was originally O'Flynn/O'Lynn territory, but was held by the MacQuillans as part of the Route, and later by the gallowglass sept of MacNeill ...
List Of People From County Antrim - History
... The Cambro-Norman MacQuillans were powerful in the Route ... Dunluce were part of the Route, and were ruled by the MacQuillans ... Kilconway was originally O'Flynn/O'Lynn territory, but was held by the MacQuillans as part of the Route, and later by the gallowglass sept of MacNeill ...
Sorley Boy MacDonnell - Military Leader
... ransom upon seizing the constable of Carrickfergus Castle, and went on to subjugate the MacQuillans ... Boy promptly raised a force of troops on the Scottish coast to confront the MacQuillans, former allies of the MacDonell clan ... He landed at Marketon Bay in July 1559, where the MacQuillans were strongly posted at the foot of Glenshesk, his camp at Bonamargy was attacked with both suffering ...
Clan Mac Aulay - Unrelated Irish MacAuleys
... of Bun-na-mairgie, near Ballycastle, the MacDonnells (led by Sorley Boy MacDonnell) fought the MacQuillans ... Before the battle, the MacQuillans appealed to the O'Neills of Lower Claneboy and to the MacAuleys and MacPhoils of the middle Glens of Antrim for assistance against the MacDonnells ... Their combined force then drove the MacQuillans to the banks of the river Aura, where they were finally defeated and the chief of the MacQuillans slain in what ...