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These names continue to be most prevalent in the Northwest of Ireland, the historical stronghold of the Ui Neill, where the study found the genetic fingerprint of Niall of the Nine Hostages in the y-DNA of one in five men (21%).
The M222 pattern is a lot rarer in the south of the island.
Across the island as a whole, a different sub-clade the M269 pattern is predominant, while the M222 pattern is found in 8.2% or one man in twelve.
Such a level of promiscuity and a resulting high number of offspring would have been accepted, even expected, in Celtic circles from an important king.
Some of the modern surnames associated with the Ui Neill include (with or without the O prefix): Neill, Boyle, Bradley, Campbell, Cannon, Coleman, Connor, Devlin, Doherty, Donnell, Donnelly, Egan, Flynn, Gallagher, Gormley, Hynes, Kane, Mc Govern, Mc Loughlin, Mc Manus, Molloy, Reilly, Rourke and Quinn.