Áed mac Dlúthaig (died 701) was a King of Fir Cúl in Brega of the Síl nDlúthaig sept of the Síl nÁedo Sláine of Brega. He was the grandson of Ailill Cruitire mac Áedo Sláine (died 634), a king of Brega.
Ailill Cruitire mac Áedo Sláine (died 634) was a King of Brega from the Síl nÁedo Sláine branch of the southern Ui Neill. He was the son of the high king Áed Sláine mac Diarmato (died 604). His byname meant "harper".
Alice Stopford Green (30 May 1847 – 28 May 1929) was an Irish historian and nationalist.
Arthur Mathews (born 30 April 1959 in Castletown Kilpatrick, Navan, County Meath) is an Irish comedy writer and actor who, often with writing partner Graham Linehan, has either written or contributed to a number of popular television comedies, most notably Father Ted. He is a graduate of the Dublin Institute of Technology. Previously, he attended Castleknock College, a private school run by Vincentian priests.
Saint Benignus of Armagh (died 467), son of Sesenen, an Irish chieftain in that part of Ireland which is now County Meath. He was baptised into the Catholic faith by St. Patrick, and became his favourite disciple and his coadjutor in the Diocese of Armagh around AD 450. His gentle and lovable disposition suggested the name Benen, which has been Latinised as Benignus.
Bernard Flynn is a retired inter-county Irish Gaelic footballer for County Meath in Ireland. As a teenager he attended secondary school in St Mary's of Drogheda. He enjoyed success play inter-county football in the 1980s and early 1990s on the Meath team's managed by Sean Boylan. For Meath he usually played at Full Forward. He played club football for St. Colmcille's of Laytown up to the 1991 season when he moved to St. Joseph's(Laoise) and then to Mullingar Shamrocks(Westmeath).
Bertie Cunningham is a retired inter-county Irish Gaelic footballer for County Meath in Ireland. He enjoyed much success play inter-county football in the sixty's & early seventy's on the Meath team. For Meath he usually played at Centre Back. He played club football for Ballivor. He won his first Leinster medal with Meath in 1964. During his playing career he has won 1 Senior All Ireland medal (1967) as well as 4 Leinster medals. In 1967 he was chosen as the Texaco Footballer of the Year.
Blathmac (died 665) was a son of Áed Sláine. According to the Irish annals he was High King of Ireland.
Bláthnaid Ní Chofaigh (born 12 November 1970) is an Irish TV presenter and Gaeilgeoir. She has presented Echo Island, The Afternoon Show and Charity ICA Bootcamp. She was a judge in The All Ireland Talent Show and participated in Celebrity Bainisteoir.
Brian Farrell is a Gaelic footballer from Nobber, County Meath, Ireland. He plays with the Meath county team and his local club Nobber. He first came to national attention when he was part of the Meath team that made it to the 2002 All-Ireland Minor Football Championship final but lost out to Derry having already been beaten by Longford in the Leinster Championship final. The following year, he was part of the Meath side that won the Leinster and All-Ireland Junior Football Championships. At club level, he has won County and Leinster Junior medals in 2002 and a All-Ireland Junior Club Football Championship medal in 2003. In 2010, Farrell won a Meath Intermediate Football Championship medal.
Brian Stafford is a retired inter-county Irish Gaelic footballer for County Meath in Ireland. He enjoyed much success play inter-county football in the eighty's & early ninety's on the Meath team's managed by Sean Boylan. For Meath he usually played at Full Forward. He played club football for Kilmainhamwood. During his playing career he has won 2 Senior All Ireland medals (1987 & 1988) as well as five Leinster medals & 3 National League Medals. He won 3 All Star awards also. In 1987 he was chosen as the Texaco Footballer of the Year. When playing for Meath he was part of a Full Forward line of Colm O'Rourke, himself & Bernard Flynn, widely regarded as one of the best Full forward lines of all time.
Cass Midhe, Irish lawyer, died 1017.
Cathal Sheridan is a former dual player from County Meath, Ireland. He played both Gaelic football and hurling at all levels with Meath and hurling with Kildare. He won All Ireland football medals at Minor, Under 21 and Senior with Meath in the 1990s as well as a Junior medal in 2003. He played his club football and hurling with Moynalvy early in his career, transferring to Kilcock, when his job as a Garda required him to move to Kildare.
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