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Ethelred Dunkeld of /Scotland/, Abbot of Dunkeld

1072 - 13 November 1093 View Individual Summary

Constantine of /Fife/, 2nd Earl of Fife 

birth:

aproximadamente 1089 

death:

antes de 1129 

Eaill of /Fife/

birth:

death:

Edelrad /Duff/, Earl of Fife Abbott of Dunkeld 

birth:

death:

King Óengus of /Moray/ 

birth:

death: 1130

Ethelred Dunkeld of /Scotland/, Abbot of Dunkeld

birth: 1072 Scotland

death: 13 November 1093

            Scotland 

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spouse: Nn Daughter of King /Lulach/, Princess of Moray


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death:

Ethelred's Father: King Malcolm III Canmore of /Scotland/

birth: 1031 Scotland

death: 13 November 1093

         Alnwick Castle, Northumberland, England 

Mother: Princess Margaret of /England/

birth: 1045

        Hungary 

death: 16 November 1093

          Edinburgh Castle, Scotland 

Paternal Grandfather: King Duncan I *The Gracious* of /Scotland/

birth: 15 August 1001

death: 15 August 1040

P. Grandmother: Sibylla /Bearsson/

birth: from 1010 to 1014

death: aproximadamente 1040

Maternal Grandfather: Edward Atheling of /England/

birth: aproximadamente 1016

death: February 1057

Maternal Grandmother: Agathe Arpad of /Kiev/

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death:

Additional Information for Ethelred Dunkeld of /Scotland/, Abbot of Dunkeld

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Ethelred of Scotland From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search Ethelred was the son of King Máel Coluim III and his wife Margaret, the third oldest of the latter and the probable sixth oldest of the former. He took his name, almost certainly, from Margeret's great-grandfather King Æþelræd Unræd, or Ethelred the Unready. Ethelred had a multicultural upbringing in the pious household of his Gaelic father and Anglo-Hungarian mother. He had an ecclesiatical career and avoided a political career, perhaps because of some disability, being passed over for the succession. His career probably brought him the prestigious abbacy of Dunkeld, however he died as a cluniac monk in Somerset. He is often thought to have held the office Mormaer of Fife, but this is almost certainly a mistake. The source is a notitia of a grant to the Céli Dé monks of Loch Leven, contained within the Register of the Priory of St Andrews, which says: Edelradus vir venerandae memoriae filius Malcolmi Regis Scotiae, Abbas de Dunkeldense et insuper Comes de Fyf. [1] Translated, this is "Ethelred" or "Edelred, man of venerable memory, son of King Máel Coluim of Scotland, Abbot of Dunkeld and also Mormaer of Fife". However, the same notitia records a number of witnesses, among whom are the brothers of Ethelred, David and Alexander; after the last two comes Constantinus Comes de Fyf, i.e. Causantín, the actual Mormaer of Fife. The contradiction has been explained by Bannerman. He argues that the translator of Register of the Priory of St Andrews (a collection of Latin translations of earlier Gaelic documents) had been thrown off by the use of a singular Gaelic verb for a joint grant (i.e. where the verb had two subjects), common in Gaelic charters. As a result, the translator omitted the Mormaer. At any rate, it is clear that Ethelred was never a Mormaer of Fife, since Causantín is attested in other sources. [edit] References 1. ? Lawrie, Charters, XIV, p. 11. [edit] Bibliography * Bannerman, John, "MacDuff of Fife," in A. Grant & K.Stringer (eds.) Medieval Scotland: Crown, Lordship and Community, Essays Presented to G.W.S. Barrow, (Edinburgh, 1993), pp.20-38 * Lawrie, Sir Archibald C., Early Scottish Charters Prior to A.D. 1153, (Glasgow, 1905), * Oram, Richard, David I: The King who made Scotland, (Gloucestershire, 2004)

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Sources (1) 1. Early Scottish Charters Prior to A.D. 1153 Lawrie, Sir Archibald C

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Ethelred Dunkeld of /Scotland/, Abbot of Dunkeld[1]


gender: male

birth: 1072

         Scotland 

death: 13 November 1093

           Scotland 

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father: King Malcolm III Canmore of /Scotland/


mother: Princess Margaret of /England/


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spouse:

Nn Daughter of King /Lulach/, Princess of Moray


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child 1:

Constantine of /Fife/, 2nd Earl of Fife


gender: male

birth: aproximadamente 1089

         Fife, Scotland 

death: antes de 1129

          Fife, Scotland 

child 2:

Eaill of /Fife/


gender: female

birth:

       Fife, Scotland 

death:

        Scotland 

child 3:

Edelrad /Duff/, Earl of Fife Abbott of Dunkeld


gender: male

birth:

       Fife, Scotland 

death:

         Scotland 

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King Óengus of /Moray/


gender: male

birth:

           Fife, Scotland 

death: 1130 Moray, Scotland

Notes (1) Ethelred of Scotland From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search

Ethelred was the son of King Máel Coluim III and his wife Margaret, the third oldest of the latter and the probable sixth oldest of the former. He took his name, almost certainly, from Margeret's great-grandfather King Æþelræd Unræd, or Ethelred the Unready. Ethelred had a multicultural upbringing in the pious household of his Gaelic father and Anglo-Hungarian mother. He had an ecclesiatical career and avoided a political career, perhaps because of some disability, being passed over for the succession. His career probably brought him the prestigious abbacy of Dunkeld, however he died as a cluniac monk in Somerset. He is often thought to have held the office Mormaer of Fife, but this is almost certainly a mistake. The source is a notitia of a grant to the Céli Dé monks of Loch Leven, contained within the Register of the Priory of St Andrews, which says:

Edelradus vir venerandae memoriae filius Malcolmi Regis Scotiae, Abbas de Dunkeldense et insuper Comes de Fyf. [1]

Translated, this is "Ethelred" or "Edelred, man of venerable memory, son of King Máel Coluim of Scotland, Abbot of Dunkeld and also Mormaer of Fife". However, the same notitia records a number of witnesses, among whom are the brothers of Ethelred, David and Alexander; after the last two comes Constantinus Comes de Fyf, i.e. Causantín, the actual Mormaer of Fife. The contradiction has been explained by Bannerman. He argues that the translator of Register of the Priory of St Andrews (a collection of Latin translations of earlier Gaelic documents) had been thrown off by the use of a singular Gaelic verb for a joint grant (i.e. where the verb had two subjects), common in Gaelic charters. As a result, the translator omitted the Mormaer. At any rate, it is clear that Ethelred was never a Mormaer of Fife, since Causantín is attested in other sources. [edit]

References

1. ? Lawrie, Charters, XIV, p. 11.

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Bibliography

  • Bannerman, John, "MacDuff of Fife," in A. Grant & K.Stringer (eds.) Medieval Scotland: Crown, Lordship and Community, Essays Presented to G.W.S. Barrow, (Edinburgh, 1993), pp.20-38
  • Lawrie, Sir Archibald C., Early Scottish Charters Prior to A.D. 1153, (Glasgow, 1905),
  • Oram, Richard, David I: The King who made Scotland, (Gloucestershire, 2004)

Sources (1) 1. Early Scottish Charters Prior to A.D. 1153 Lawrie, Sir Archibald C

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Citing This Record

"Pedigree Resource File", database, FamilySearch (http://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.2.1/SGK1-61P : accessed 2013-03-09), entry for Ethelred Dunkeld of /Scotland/, Abbot of Dunkeld. - by Sylvia Bain