Dubhghall mac Ruaidhri (c.1240 - c.1268) MP

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Nicknames: "Dubhghall mac Ruaidhri"
Birthplace: Kintyre, Hebrides Islands
Death: Died in Kintyre, Hebrides Islands
Occupation: Konge i Suderøyene, King of Hebredies, Konge av Sudr-øyene (Hebridene), King of Kintyre, KONGE av Suderøyene, Hebridene, This may be Allan's brother and therefore should be deleted
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About Dubhghall mac Ruaidhri

He is mentioned in the sagas (There is not mentioned any children of him! Certainly not in Norway!)

King Dugal Ruaidhrison of Kintyre was King of the northern part of Suderøerne, now known as the Hebrides.[1] He fought on the side of Haakon IV of Norway for control of the Hebrides against other Scottish claimants.[2][3]

References

  1. ^ "King Dugal Ruaidhrison of Kintyre". Martha Jane Hicks. http://www.geocities.com/marthajanehicks/b197.htm#P6265. Retrieved 2009-04-15. "King Dugal Ruaidhrison Of Kintyre was King of the northern part of Suderøerne (Hebredies). Parents were: Ruaidhri Reignaldson Of Garmoran. Children were: Asle Dugalsson, Gjertrude Dugalsdatter, Eirik Dugalsson." 
  2. ^ Sturla Þórðarson, 1214-1284. The Norwegian account of Haco's expedition against Scotland. http://www.gutenberg.org/files/18299/18299-h/18299-h.htm. "In the spring King Haco sent John-Langlife-son and Henry Scot west to the Orkneys, to procure pilots for Shetland. From thence John sailed to the Hebrides and told King Dugal that he might expect an army from the East. It had been rumoured that the Scots would plunder in the islands that summer. King Dugal, therefore, spread abroad a report that forty ships were coming from Norway. And by this means he prevented the Scotch from making a descent. ..." 
  3. ^ MacLean, John Patterson (1889). A History of the Clan MacLean from Its First Settlement at Duard Castle, in the Isle of Mull, to the Present Period: Including a Genealogical Account of Some of the Principal Families Together with Their Heraldry, Legends, Superstitions, Etc.. R. Clarke & Company. http://books.google.com/books?id=tQs2AAAAMAAJ&pg. "In 1263, Haakon IV of Norway assembled a numerous host, declaring the expedition was intended against that part of Scotland which bordered the western seas, and the object was to revenge certain inroads made by the Scotch into his dominions. The expedition was commanded by Haakon IV of Norway in person. The armament is described as mighty and splendid; the ships being many, large, and well appointed. When the expedition arrived at the island of Kerrera, it was joined by King Dugal, predecessor of the MacDougalls of Dunolly, with other Hebrideans."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/King_Dugal_Ruaidhrison_of_Kintyre

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-------------------- King Dugal Ruaidhrison of Kintyre was King of the northern part of Suderøerne, now known as the Hebrides.[1] He fought on the side of Haakon IV of Norway for control of the Hebrides against other Scottish claimants.[2][3]

References

1. ^ "King Dugal Ruaidhrison of Kintyre". Martha Jane Hicks. http://www.geocities.com/marthajanehicks/b197.htm#P6265. Retrieved 2009-04-15. "King Dugal Ruaidhrison Of Kintyre was King of the northern part of Suderøerne (Hebredies). Parents were: Ruaidhri Reignaldson Of Garmoran. Children were: Asle Dugalsson, Gjertrude Dugalsdatter, Eirik Dugalsson."
2. ^ Sturla Þórðarson, 1214-1284. The Norwegian account of Haco's expedition against Scotland. http://www.gutenberg.org/files/18299/18299-h/18299-h.htm. "In the spring King Haco sent John-Langlife-son and Henry Scot west to the Orkneys, to procure pilots for Shetland. From thence John sailed to the Hebrides and told King Dugal that he might expect an army from the East. It had been rumoured that the Scots would plunder in the islands that summer. King Dugal, therefore, spread abroad a report that forty ships were coming from Norway. And by this means he prevented the Scotch from making a descent. ..."
3. ^ MacLean, John Patterson (1889). A History of the Clan MacLean from Its First Settlement at Duard Castle, in the Isle of Mull, to the Present Period: Including a Genealogical Account of Some of the Principal Families Together with Their Heraldry, Legends, Superstitions, Etc.. R. Clarke & Company. http://books.google.com/books?id=tQs2AAAAMAAJ&pg. "In 1263, Haakon IV of Norway assembled a numerous host, declaring the expedition was intended against that part of Scotland which bordered the western seas, and the object was to revenge certain inroads made by the Scotch into his dominions. The expedition was commanded by Haakon IV of Norway in person. The armament is described as mighty and splendid; the ships being many, large, and well appointed. When the expedition arrived at the island of Kerrera, it was joined by King Dugal, predecessor of the MacDougalls of Dunolly, with other Hebrideans."

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/King_Dugal_Ruaidhrison_of_Kintyre

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Norway / Medieval Scandinavia


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Very large Tree with lots of SW Norway (Rogaland, Vest-Agder) genealogy. Also Medieval Scandinavia and Ancient genealogies

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Dubhghall mac Ruaidhri's Timeline

1240
1240
Kintyre, Hebrides Islands
1260
1260
Age 20
Jondal, Hordaland, Norway
1268
1268
Age 28
Kintyre, Hebrides Islands
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Suderøyene
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Suderøyene