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Malcolm MacAlexandair MP (c.1113 - d.)

"Malcolm", "Alexander's son", "Máel Coluim mac Alaxandair or Máel Coluim mac Alasdair"

Timeline 1124: Alexander I, King of Scots dies 1124: ( Alexander I, King of Scots , died, and his brother David I, king of Scots took up the government of the kingdom. Malcolm MacAlexandair , a b...

12/26/2007 1/5/2016

Gruaidh nic Áeda MP (b. - bef.1137)


Roger of Howden's account in 1187 is the source of the [UNFOUNDED? Sharon Dec 2015] speculation that has arisen regarding a marriage between William fitz Duncan and a female relative of Oengus of Moray...

10/19/2007 12/7/2015

Angus, Mórmaer of Moray MP (aft.1075 - 1130)

"Angus mac Heth", "Oengus"

GILLACOMGAIN (-burned alive 1032). Mormaer of Moray. The Annals of Ulster record that "Gilla Comgán son of Mael Brigte, earl of Moray was burned together with fifty people" in 1032[495]. (Cawley's Medl...

7/3/2008 12/7/2015

father of Constantine and Gillemichael. May or may not have been Mormaer of Fife circa Edgar I and Alexander I. 'Dufagan comes' mentioned in a [possibly] spurious foundation charter for Scone Abbey. [H...

4/22/2008 12/7/2015

Duff mac Eth, 2nd Mórmaer of Fife MP (c.1090 - aft.1128)

From Duth mac Eth, 2nd Mormaer of Fife are descended the Earls of Angus as well as the Earls of Fife. Note by; HRH Prince Kieren de Muire von Drakenberg

6/9/2014 12/7/2015

Gillecoimded mac Áeda MP (deceased)

Gillecoimded at PoMS.

7/31/2008 12/7/2015

Gille Míchéil MacDuff Earl of Fife MP (c.1078 - bef.1136)

"Gille Michael", "Gille Micheil", "Gille Mathiel"

Gille Míchéil, Earl of Fife Probably a younger brother, or perhaps son, of Constantine of Fife. Mormaer Gille Míchéil, (d bef Jul 1136) is the second man we know for certain to have been Mormaer of...

2/9/2014 12/7/2015

Lulach mac Gille Coemgáin, King of Scots MP (c.1030 - 1058)

""Tairbith", ""the Unfortunate" and Fatuus", ""the Simple-minded" or "the Foolish"", ""The Unfortunate""

Lulach mac Gille Coemgáin (Modern Gaelic: Lughlagh mac Gille Chomghain,[1] known in English simply as Lulach, and nicknamed Tairbith, "the Unfortunate"[2] and Fatuus, "the Simple-minded" or "the Foolis...

5/9/2007 12/7/2015

Malcolm MacEth, Earl of Ross MP (c.1120 - c.1168)

"Malcolm II MacHeth Jarl of Ross", "Malcolm Earl of Ross", "Earl of Ross", "1st Earl of Ross"

Timeline of chronicled events in the lives of Malcolm MacEth, Earl of Ross & Malcolm MacAlexandair as we have reconstructed it, using Alasdair Ross's excellent research work in 'The Identity of the P...

11/7/2007 12/7/2015

Áed, Mórmaer of Moray MP (b. - aft.1129)

"Aedh", "Áed", "Aodh", "Ed", "Beth", "Heth", "Head"

Aedh, under various permutations of his name (Aed, Ed, Beth, Heth, Head), is attested on various charters from c. 1115 to c.1130, after which he disappears from the records. While no charter specifies ...

6/1/2008 12/7/2015

Robert Mudie MP (c.1599 - 1666)

ROBERT MUDIE (aka ROBERT MUDY or ROBERT MUDYE) Robert Mudie is the son of Adam Mudie of Breckness. He is noticed as the brother of Francis Mudie of Breckness in various complaints made to the Privy C...

2/23/2008 6/13/2013

Duncan of Atholl, Mormaer of Atholl MP (c.949 - aft.990)

"Northpal", "of Strathclyde", "aka Duncan O'Neill", "Lord of Mormaer"

NOTE: The title of Mormaer designates a regional or provincial ruler in the medieval Kingdom of the Scots. "Mormaer" is not a place. ATHOLL: A mediaeval Scottish province, successively a mormaerdom, ...

7/8/2007 6/7/2013

Succession of Clan Buchanan Chiefs The first six Clan Chiefs are poorly represented in historical records and are included by some Clan historians and omitted by others. Buchanan of Auchmar and Guthr...

8/18/2007 6/4/2013

George Buchanan MP (1506 - 1582)

"George Buchanan of that Ilk"

) Please see Discussion for re-configurement of his parents, erroneously presented as Patrick and Margaret. [Sharon June 2013]

6/30/2007 6/3/2013

Crínán of Dunkeld MP (c.976 - 1045)

"Grimus", "Albanach", "The Thane", "Lay abbot of the diocese of Dunkeld", "Crínán - progenitor of the House of Dunkeld", ""The Thane" Mac Donnchad"

CRINAN "the Thane", son of --- (-killed in battle 1045). Abthane of Dule. Lay abbot of Dunkeld. Steward of the Western Isles. Mormaer of Atholl. He was killed fighting King Macbeth. m ([1000]) BETHOC ,...

3/8/2007 5/29/2013

Duncan mac Donachadh, Abthane of Dule MP (c.920 - 965)

"Donnchadh", "Duncan", "Abbott Duncan Dole", "Lord of Atholl", "Thane of Dule", "8994"

NOTE: The title of Mormaer designates a regional or provincial ruler in the medieval Kingdom of the Scots. "Mormaer" is not a place. DUNCAN , son of --- (-killed 965). Abthane of Dule, lay abbot of D...

5/12/2007 5/29/2013

From Darryl Lundy's Peerage page on Thomas Dunbar, 2nd Earl of Moray: Thomas de Dunbar, 2nd Earl of Moray [1] M, #392395, d. 1415 Last Edited=17 Mar 2011 Consanguinity Index=0.62% Tho...

9/11/2008 3/14/2013

From Darryl Lundy's Peerage page on Thomas Dunbar, 3rd Earl of Moray: Thomas Dunbar, 3rd Earl of Moray [1] M, #392397, d. 1427 Last Edited=17 Mar 2011 Thomas Dunbar, 3rd Earl of Moray m...

12/16/2008 3/14/2013

James Dunbar, 4th Earl of Moray MP (c.1399 - 1429)

According to (whose main sources are quoted as: The Scots Peerage (Moray), Burke's Peerage 1934 (Dunbar of Mochrum), Burke's Peerage 1934 (Dunbar of Northfield), and Burke's Peerage 1934 (Hope-Dunbar))...

12/28/2007 3/13/2013

Tul / Olith, of Moray MP (bef.1058 - c.1097)

Be awfully careful not to wind up with a great big mess - there are a lot of closely related people with similar names in this period. The name "Tul" (or for that matter "Olith") is unattested. She w...

10/19/2007 3/6/2013

Robert Stewart, 1st Earl of Orkney MP (1533 - 1593)

"Sir Robert Stewart of Strathdon", "feuar of the lands and lordship of Orkney and Shetland"

ROBERT STEWART, EARL OF ORKNEY, LORD OF SHETLAND Robert Stewart is the bastard son of James V, King of Scots. His mother is Euphame Elphinestone, the daughter of Alexander, Lord Elphinestone. He was ...

8/12/2007 3/6/2013

Ethelred, Lay Abbot of Dunkeld MP (aft.1065 - bef.1107)

"Edelred", "Aedh; Aoidh; Eth; Heth", "Heth", "Edelred mac Maíl Coluim", "Æþelræd Margotsson", "Edelret mac Maíl Coluim"

ETHELRED (-before [1107], bur [St Andrew´s Church, Kilremont]). He is named, and his parentage given, by Roger of Hoveden, who lists him fifth of the sons[376]. The Chronicle of John of Fordun names "E...

8/23/2007 3/6/2013

Christian Stewart MP (1575 - aft.1634)

"Cristian Stewartt or Cristien Stewart"

CHRISTIAN STEWART (aka CRISTIAN STEWARTT or CRISTIEN STEWART) According to Sir James Balfour Paul's Scots Peerage, Christian Stewart is the illegitimate daughter of Robert Stewart, Earl of Orkney, an...

11/9/2007 3/5/2013