King Tuathal Teachtmar of Ireland
- Born: 0046, Ireland
- Marriage (1): Baine in 0067 in Ireland
- Died: 106, Ireland at age 60
Book of McKee pg 403 states Tuathal was king 30 years, abt 137-167;
O'Hart's Irish Pedigrees state he was 106th Monarth. When of age with aid of grandfather King of Alba, came into Ireland and won 25 battles in Ulster, 25 in Leinster, as many in Connaught, and 35 in Munster. He took a section of each province for the royal land and built a palace. Each province had to pay a tribute annually--6,000 cows, as many fat muttons, hogs, 6000 mantles, 6,000 ounces of silver, and 12,000 cauldrons of brass every 2nd year for death of his 2 daughters Fifhir and Darina. This tribute was taken for 600 years--until remitterd by Finachta Fleadhach, the 153rd Monarch. He was slain by his successor Mal A.D. 106.
Tuathal married Baine, daughter of King Sbgail Balbh of England and Unknown, in 0067 in Ireland. (Baine was born in 0052 in England.)