Malcolm, 4th Earl of Lennox

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Malcolm of Lennox, 4th Earl of Lennox

Also Known As: "Malcolm /Lennox/", "Earl of /Lennox/"
Birthdate:
Birthplace: Balloch Castle, Loch Lomond, Dunbartonshire, Scotland
Death: June 1292 (49-50)
Balloch Castle, Dunbartonshire, Loch Lomond, Scotland (United Kingdom)
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Son of Malcolm Mor of Lennox, I and NN Lennox
Husband of Margaret Mure
Father of Malcolm, 5th Earl of Lennox and Lord John Mor of Lennox, Lord Lennox
Brother of Matilda de Levenox

Occupation: 4th. Earl Of Lennox, Earl of Lennox
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About Malcolm, 4th Earl of Lennox

Malcolm, 4th Earl of Lennox gained the title of 4th Earl of Lennox after 1250

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maol_Choluim_I,_Earl_of_Lennox

Mormaer Maol Choluim I of Lennox ruled the Mormaerdom of Lennox, between 1250 and 1303.

He was an early supporter of the Bruces, and appeared before Edward I of England in 1292 amongst the supporters of Robert Bruce, 5th Lord of Annandale. Maol Choluim joined the revolt of Andrew de Moravia and William Wallace.

Maol Choluim married a woman named Marjorie, and fathered his successor Maol Choluim II

He died in 1303.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earl_of_Lennox#List_of_earls_and_duke...



succeeded his grandfather; supported King Robert I.’s claim to throne; forced to sign the Ragman's Roll and submit to Edward I., King of England; married Marjorie/Margaret https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/mac-farlane/about/background

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Malcolm, 4th Earl of Lennox's Timeline

1242
1242
Balloch Castle, Loch Lomond, Dunbartonshire, Scotland
1265
1265
Island, Loch Lomand, Scotland
1268
1268
Loch Lomond, Dunbartonshire, , Scotland
1292
June 1292
Age 50
Balloch Castle, Dunbartonshire, Loch Lomond, Scotland (United Kingdom)