Conn (Ceadchadhach) of 100 Battles King of Ireland
- Born: 100, Ireland
- Marriage (1): Unknown
- Died: 157, Tara, Ireland at age 57
Book of McKee pg 403 states he was king 38 years, abt 184-122
"A Guide to Irish Roots," pg II-44;
O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees states he was called because of winning hundreds of battles--was 109th Monarch of Ireland. Owen Mor of Munster forced him to divide the Kingdom with him. He had two brothers Eochaidh Fionn-Fohart and Fiacha Suidhe, who to make way for themselves, murdered two of their brother's sons named Conla Ruadh and Crionna, but they were banished by the third son Art Eanfhear. He also had three daughters. He reigned 35 years but was at length barbarously slain by Tiobradhe Tireach, son of Mal, son of Rochruidhe, King of Ulster. This murder was committed in Tara A.D. 157, when Conn chanced to be alone and unattended by his guards; the assassins were fifty ruffians, disguised as women, whom the King of Ulster employed for the purpose.