Ailill mac Dúnlaing of Uí Dúnlainge, King of Leinster 1)
Notes: Ailill mac Dúnlainge (born 831; died 871) was a King of Leinster of the Uí Muiredaig sept of the Uí Dúnlainge branch of the Laigin. This sept had their royal seat at Maistiu (Mullaghmast) in South Kildare in what is now Ireland. He was the son of Dúnlaing mac Muiredaig (died 869), a previous king. He ruled from 869-871.
1. Augaire mac Ailella of Uí Dúnlainge, King of Leinster 1)
Notes: Augaire mac Ailella (with similar spellings like Ugaire and Aililla) was the king of Leinster, Ireland king who is said to have led the Irish forces at the Battle of Confey c. 915-917. The Irish were defeated by Vikings under King Sigtrygg Caech (also called Sigtrygg Gael or Sithric the Blind) from Dublin. The Annals of the Four Masters said he was killed in the battle. He was probably the husband of Mór ingen Cearbhaill from the neighboring kingdom of Osraige.