Name: Eochaid ALLMUIR , of Deisi
Birth: ABT 343 in Waterford & Tipperary, Ireland
Death: AFT 400 in Dyfed, Wales
The following was given to me in an e-mail by Betty Knoche:
From: BGKnoche AT aol.com
To: jimweber AT nwintl.com
Sent: 9/13/03 12:26 PM
Subject: Bits & pieces -
Came across some bits of info from British Kings and Queens by Mark Ashley and thought would pass them on to you.
Eochaid Allmuir, of Dyfed was an Irish chieftan and reigned abt 400 - page 135
"The name ascribed to the chieftain of the Deisi, in Leinster, who led settlers across from Ireland at about the end of the fourth century to establish themselves in south-west Wales and in parts of Cornwall. By all accounts the settlement was peaceful; there is no evidence, archeological or written, of wars, though these certainly developed in later years. Eochaid is recorded as the son of Artchorp, who was ruler of the Deisi in the lands around present day Waterford and Tipperary."
Father: Artchorp King of the DEISI b: ABT 320 in Waterford & Tipperary, Ireland
- Corath ab EOCHAID , of Deisi b: ABT 367 in Waterford & Tipperary, Ireland