Dunclina Nic Cineada

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Dunclina Nic Cineada

Also Known As: "Dunclina nic Cineada"
Birthplace: Scotland
Death: Lechaber, , Great Britian, Scotland
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Kenneth Ii, king of Scots and A Woman of Leinster
Wife of Kenneth Iii, Taoiseach of Lochaber
Mother of Marion of Lochaber
Sister of Dúngal mac Cinaeda; Anleta Nic Cineada and Malcolm Ii "the Destroyer", king of Scots

Managed by: Sharon Lee Doubell
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About Dunclina Nic Cineada

Dunclina -, the wife of Kenneth, Thane of Lochaber; and mother of (Shakespeare's) Banquo (possibly a fictional character anyway) - may have been the daughter of either Kenneth II, King of Scots, OR of Grimus. (Historical proof is equivocal, so initially [July 2011] I created 2 profiles for her in order to document both possible options, hoping for further info to emerge. So far, none has, so I'm resolving the two profiles into one - a daughter of King Kenneth II; sister of Malcolm II [Sharon Sep 2012]. See Discussion

  • Dunclina Princess of Scotland

born about 0960 Scotland


  • Kenneth II Cinead King of Scotland

born about 0932 Scotland died 0995 Iona, Argyllshire, Scotland buried Iona, Argyllshire, Scotland

mother: unknown


  • Malcolm II (Melkolf) MacKenneth King of Scotland

born about 0970 Scotland died 25 November 1034 Glamis, Forfarshire, Scotland buried Iona, Argyllshire, Scotland


  • Kenneth of Lochaber

born about 0960 died about 1030


  • Banquo of Lochaber

born about 0990 died 1043

biographical and/or anecdotal:

notes or source: LDS ancestry.com "Biographical Encyclopedia of the Kings & Queens of Great Britain" by Mike Ashley http://www.mathematical.com/lochaberkenneth960.html

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Lechaber, , Great Britian, Scotland