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Descendants of Tuathal and his descendant, Donald Gorm mac Ranald progenitor of Clan Mac Dhomhuill / Clan MacDonald

Note: Partially extracted from "The Lords of The Isles" by Ronald Williams and "Skye Pioneers and the Island" by Malcolm A. MacQueen, public records and info from various sources too numerous to mention. Grateful thanks to all who contributed.

Generation No. 1

1. TUATHAL1

More About TUATHAL:

A.k.a: Tuathal the Legitimate

Fact 1: Goidelic chieftan who founded a principality in Meath with a stronghold on the sacred hill of Tara in Ireland ca. 50-99A.D.

Child of TUATHAL is:

2. i. MR.2 UNKNOWN.

 

Generation No. 2

2. MR.2 UNKNOWN

Child of MR. UNKNOWN is:

3. i. CONN OF THE HUNDRED3 BATTLES.

 

Generation No. 3

3. CONN OF THE HUNDRED3 BATTLES

More About CONN OF THE HUNDRED BATTLES:

A.k.a: King Conn of Tara

Fact 1: High King of Tara, Ireland

Child of CONN OF THE HUNDRED BATTLES is:

4. i. AIRT4 MAC CONN, b. Ireland.

 

Generation No. 4

4. AIRT4 MAC CONN was born in Ireland.

More About AIRT MAC CONN:

A.k.a: King Airt of Tara

Fact 1: Ruler of Tara, Ireland

Child of AIRT MAC CONN is:

5. i. CORMAC5 MAC AIRT, b. Ireland.

 

Generation No. 5

5. CORMAC5 MAC AIRT was born in Ireland.

More About CORMAC MAC AIRT:

A.k.a: King Cormac of Tara

Fact 1: Ruler of Tara, Ireland

Fact 2: Obliged to resign the Kingship after he lost an eye in battle

Child of CORMAC MAC AIRT is:

6. i. CAIRBRE RIADA6 MAC CORMAC, b. Ireland.

 

Generation No. 6

6. CAIRBRE RIADA6 MAC CORMAC was born in Ireland.

More About CAIRBRE RIADA MAC CORMAC:

A.k.a: Cairbre Riada of the Liffey

Fact 1: He was passed over for kingship of Tara, Ireland

Fact 2: Founder of the Dalriadic race

Fact 3: After famine forced him and his followers to leave Munster, Ireland where they had settled, he established a petty kingdom around Dunseverick in the North of Ireland between the Antrim mountains and the sea which became known as Dal-Riada (Riada's share)

Child of CAIRBRE RIADA MAC CORMAC is:

7. i. EOCHACH DUBHLEIN7 MAC CAIRBRE, b. Northern Ireland.

 

Generation No. 7

7. EOCHACH DUBHLEIN7 MAC CAIRBRE was born in Northern Ireland. He married AELACH, daughter of UBDAIRE. She was born in Alba (Scotland).

More About EOCHACH DUBHLEIN MAC CAIRBRE:

Children: Had 3 sons by Aelach; they were called the 'three Collas'

Fact 1: Ruler of Dal-Riada (Riada's share) in Northern Ireland

More About AELACH:

A.k.a: Princess Aelach

Children: Had 3 sons called the 'three Collas'

Fact 1: Pictish princess

Child of EOCHACH MAC CAIRBRE and AELACH is:

8. i. COLLA UAIS8 MAC EOCHACH, b. Northern Ireland; d. ca. 337.

 

Generation No. 8

8. COLLA UAIS8 MAC EOCHACH was born in Northern Ireland, and died ca. 337.

More About COLLA UAIS MAC EOCHACH:

A.k.a: Great Colla

Fact 1: Founder of Clan Cholla

Fact 2: Eldest son

Fact 3: Aspired to the High Kinship in Tara, Ireland but was defeated by a cousin and forced to flee with his two brothers to his mother's people in Alba (Scotland) possibly in Collonsay

Fact 4: Returned to Ireland and won swordland among the old clans of the northern Ulaidh where they founded a small kingdom called Oriel (or Oirghialla)

Child of COLLA UAIS MAC EOCHACH is:

9. i. EOCHAIDH9 MAC COLLA, b. Northern Ireland.

 

Generation No. 9

9. EOCHAIDH9 MAC COLLA was born in Northern Ireland.

More About EOCHAIDH MAC COLLA:

Fact 1: Ruler of Oriel (or Oirghialla), Antrim, Ireland

Child of EOCHAIDH MAC COLLA is:

10. i. CRIOMTHAN10 MAC EOCHAIDH, b. Northern Ireland.

 

Generation No. 10

10. CRIOMTHAN10 MAC EOCHAIDH was born in Northern Ireland.

More About CRIOMTHAN MAC EOCHAIDH:

Fact 1: Ruler of Oriel (or Oirghialla), Antrim, Ireland

Child of CRIOMTHAN MAC EOCHAIDH is:

11. i. ERC11 MAC CRIOMTHAN, b. Northern Ireland; d. ca. 502.

 

Generation No. 11

11. ERC11 MAC CRIOMTHAN was born in Northern Ireland, and died ca. 502.

More About ERC MAC CRIOMTHAN:

A.k.a: Erc of Dalriada

Fact 1: Ruler of Oriel (or Oirghialla), Antrim, Ireland

Children of ERC MAC CRIOMTHAN are:

12. i. FERGUS MOR12 MAC ERC, b. Northern Ireland; d. 500 to 511.

ii. LORNE MAC ERC, b. Northern Ireland.

More About LORNE MAC ERC:

A.k.a: Loarne mac Erc

Fact 1: One of the founders of Albain Dalriada

Fact 2: ca. 500, Celtic chieftan who, with his two brothers, left Ireland to regain his lost inheritance in Alba (Scotland)

Fact 3: 2nd son

Fact 4: He was accompanied by (but not part of the Clan Lorne) some men from Oriel, Ireland who settled in Argyll, Scotland

Fact 5: Established a stronghold at Dunollie and settled his people in Colonsay, Lorne and in the coastland north to Morvern beyond Ardnamurchan and into northern Pictdom in Scotland

Fact 6: The crown passed between Clan Ghabran and Clan Comgall (great nephews of Lorne mac Erc until the 7th century when it appears that Clan Comgall died out; at this time it was Clan Lorne who challenged Clan Gabhran for the Kingship

iii. ANGUS MAC ERC.

More About ANGUS MAC ERC:

Fact 1: Youngest son

Fact 2: ca. 500, One of the founders of Albain Dalriada

Fact 3: Occupied the islands of Jura and Islay.

 

Generation No. 12

12. FERGUS MOR12 MAC ERC was born in Northern Ireland, and died 500 to 511.

More About FERGUS MOR MAC ERC:

A.k.a: King Fergus, I of Dalriada

Fact 1: Celtic chieftan who, with his two brothers, left Ireland to regain his lost inheritance in Alba (Scotland)

Fact 2: ca. 500, One of the founders of Albain Dalriada

Fact 3: Crowned at Dunadd of the Kings, Dalriada near Cruachan along the western shore of Alba (Scotland)

Fact 4: Settled his people at Kintyre, Knapdale, Arran and Bute with principle strongholds at Tarbert and Dunavertie, Scotland

Child of FERGUS MOR MAC ERC is:

13. i. DOMANGART13 MAC FERGUS, b. Northern Ireland; d. ca. 511.

 

Generation No. 13

13. DOMANGART13 MAC FERGUS was born in Northern Ireland, and died ca. 511.

More About DOMANGART MAC FERGUS:

A.k.a: King Domangart of Dalriada

Fact 1: ca. 500, Left Ireland with his father and uncles to regain their inheritance in Alba (Scotland)

Fact 2: Bef. 511, The Kingship passed briefly to Domangart from his father Fergus and then to Domangart's son Comgall

Children of DOMANGART MAC FERGUS are:

14. i. COMGALL14 MAC DOMANGART, b. Bef. 511, Northern Ireland; d. Bef. 560.

15. ii. GABHRAN MAC DOMANGART, b. Bef. 511, Northern Ireland; d. ca. 560.

 

Generation No. 14

14. COMGALL14 MAC DOMANGART was born Bef. 511 in Northern Ireland, and died Bef. 560.

More About COMGALL MAC DOMANGART:

A.k.a: King Comgall of Dalriada

Fact 1: Eldest son

Fact 2: ca. 500, Left Ireland with his father and grandfather to regain their inheritance in Alba (Scotland)

Fact 3: Founded a small clan which occupied Cowal with a fortress at Dunnon, Scotland

Fact 4 1: The crown passed between Clan Ghabran and Clan Comgall until the 7th century when it appears that Clan Comgall died out; at this time it was Clan Lorne who challenged Clan Gabhran for the Kingship

Fact 4 2: ca. 511, Inherited the crown from his father and after Comgall's death it passed to his younger brother Gabhran

Child of COMGALL MAC DOMANGART is:

16. i. CONALL15 MAC COMGALL, b. Scotland.

15. GABHRAN14 MAC DOMANGART was born Bef. 511 in Northern Ireland, and died ca. 560. He married (2) MISS UNKNOWN, daughter of KING OF STRATHCLYDE.

More About GABHRAN MAC DOMANGART:

A.k.a: King Gabhran of Dalriada

Fact 1: Younger son

Fact 2: Left Ireland with his father and grandfather to regain their inheritance in Alba (Scotland)

Fact 3: ca. 511, Became King after the death of his father

Fact 4: The crown passed between Clan Ghabran and Clan Comgall until the 7th century when it appears that Clan Comgall died out; at this time it was Clan Lorne who challenged Clan Gabhran for the Kingship

Fact 5: 574, His eldest son Eoghan did not inherit his father's crown instead it passed to his older brother Comgall, his son Conall and then to Gabhran's son Aedan bypassing Gabhran's son Eoghan; this was at the instigation of St. Columba who named Aedan as King

Marital Status: Married twice

More About MISS UNKNOWN:

Religion: Christian

Child of GABHRAN MAC DOMANGART is:

i. EOGHAN15 MAC DOMANGART.

More About EOGHAN MAC DOMANGART:

Fact 1: Eldest son

Fact 2: Was bypassed as king in favour of his younger half-brother Aedan.

Child of GABHRAN MAC DOMANGART and MISS UNKNOWN is:

17. ii. AEDAN15 MAC GABHRAN, b. Scotland; d. 605, Kintyre, Scotland.

 

Generation No. 15

16. CONALL15 MAC COMGALL was born in Scotland.

More About CONALL MAC COMGALL:

A.k.a: King Conall of Dalriada

Fact 1: Inherited the crown from his uncle Gabhran

Child of CONALL MAC COMGALL is:

i. DUNCAN16 MAC CONALL, b. Scotland; d. 574, Kintyre, Scotland.

More About DUNCAN MAC CONALL:

A.k.a: King Duncan of Dalriada

Cause of Death: Killed in battle

Fact 1: Inherited the crown from his father.

17. AEDAN15 MAC GABHRAN was born in Scotland, and died 605 in Kintyre, Scotland.

More About AEDAN MAC GABHRAN:

A.k.a: King Aedan the Fair-haired of Dalriada

Burial: Dalriada (Scotland)

Fact 1: Bef. 574, Sub-king of Manau in Gododin

Fact 2: Famed warlord whose battles are recorded in the Welsh epic 'Gododdin'

Fact 3: Bef. 574, Fought with distinction at the Battle of Ardderyd

Fact 4: 574, Crowned by St. Columba after his cousin Conal mac Comgall was killed in battle

Fact 5: 575, At the Great Convention of Drum Ceatt at Mullagh Hill near Limvady, east of Derry in Ireland,, St. Columba's influence secured from the Picts, Aedan's rights to Dalriada

Fact 6: 580, Led a seaborne expedition against Orkney pirates who were raiding the Hebrides

Fact 7: 582, Drove his overlord Baetan and his Ulidian Irish out of the Isle of Man

Fact 8: 583, The Angles made an attempt on Gododin and were defeated at Manaan in Stirlingshire

Fact 9: 584, His sons Arthur and Eochaid were killed in a battle against the Maetea Picts near Catterick which was won by Aedan

Fact 10: 603, His son Domangart was killed in a battle against the Angles at Degsastan (Dawstane in Liddesdale)

Religion: Christian

Children of AEDAN MAC GABHRAN are:

i. ARTHUR16 MAC AEDAN, b. Scotland; d. 584, Catterick, Scotland.

More About ARTHUR MAC AEDAN:

Cause of Death: Killed in a battle against the Maetea Picts

Fact 1: Eldest son

Religion: Christian

ii. EOCHAID MAC AEDAN, b. Scotland; d. 584, Catterick, Scotland.

More About EOCHAID MAC AEDAN:

Cause of Death: Killed in a battle against the Maetea Picts

iii. DOMANGART MAC AEDAN, b. Scotland; d. 603, Degsastan (Dawstane in Liddesdale), Scotland.

More About DOMANGART MAC AEDAN:

Cause of Death: Killed in a battle against the Angles

18. iv. EOCHAIDH BUIDH MAC AEDAN, b. Scotland; d. ca. 621.

 

Generation No. 16

18. EOCHAIDH BUIDH16 MAC AEDAN was born in Scotland, and died ca. 621.

More About EOCHAIDH BUIDH MAC AEDAN:

A.k.a: King Eochaidh of Dalriada

Fact 1: 605, Succeeded his father as king

Fact 2: 621, Deposed and son Domnall Breac was crowned king

Fact 3: 737, 3 of his sons were killed in a battle at Mag Rath (Moyra) in defense of an exiled kinsman Congal Claen against Domnal the High King of Erin

Child of EOCHAIDH BUIDH MAC AEDAN is:

19. i. DOMNALL BREAC17 MAC EOCHAIDH, b. Scotland; d. ca. 642, Strathcarron, Scotland.

 

Generation No. 17

19. DOMNALL BREAC17 MAC EOCHAIDH was born in Scotland, and died ca. 642 in Strathcarron, Scotland.

More About DOMNALL BREAC MAC EOCHAIDH:

A.k.a: King Domnall of Dalriada / Domnall the Speckled

Cause of Death: Killed in abattle with the Britons of Strathclyde

Fact 1: 621, Succeded his father as king

Fact 2: 634, Warred against the Picts

Fact 3: 637, Invaded Ulster, Ireland in support of exiled kinsman Congal Claen against Domnal the High King of Erin; was beaten at Mag Rath (Moyra); 3 of his brothers were killed and he was held prisoner for a year

Fact 4: 638, Warred against the Picts and was defeated at Glendmairison, Scotland

Fact 5: His son Domangart succeeded him as king

Child of DOMNALL BREAC MAC EOCHAIDH is:

20. i. DOMANGART18 MAC DOMNALL, b. Scotland; d. 672.

 

Generation No. 18

20. DOMANGART18 MAC DOMNALL was born in Scotland, and died 672.

More About DOMANGART MAC DOMNALL:

A.k.a: King Domangart, II of Dalriada

Fact 1: 642, Succeeded his father as king

Fact 2: 672, His son Eochaid succeeded him as king

Child of DOMANGART MAC DOMNALL is:

21. i. EOCHAIDH19 MAC DOMANGART, b. Scotland; d. 699.

 

Generation No. 19

21. EOCHAIDH19 MAC DOMANGART was born in Scotland, and died 699.

More About EOCHAIDH MAC DOMANGART:

A.k.a: King Eochaidh, II (Roman Nose) of Dalriada

Cause of Death: Killed in battle against the Clan Lorne

Fact 1: 672, Succeeded his father as king

Fact 2: 677, Ferchar the Tall of Lorne seized the throne of Dalriada and then his son Selbach murdered his brother Ainfellach a rival for the crown; Selbach was king until 723 when Eochaid, III the son of Eochaidh Roman Nose regained the throne

Marital Status: His wife was the daughter of the Pictish king

Child of EOCHAIDH MAC DOMANGART is:

22. i. EOCHAIDH20 MAC EOCHAIDH, b. Scotland; d. 733.

 

Generation No. 20

22. EOCHAIDH20 MAC EOCHAIDH was born in Scotland, and died 733.

More About EOCHAIDH MAC EOCHAIDH:

A.k.a: King Eochaidh, III of Dalriada

Fact 1: 723, Regained the throne his father had lost to Ferchar the Tall of Lorne and then Selbach his son had taken

Fact 2: 733, His son Aed Find succeeded him as king but was too young to rule; Clan Lorne took the crown which was lost to them when the Picts invaded and drowned the Lorne king ca.741

Fact 3: 741, His son Aed Find succeeded the Lorne king

Child of EOCHAIDH MAC EOCHAIDH is:

23. i. AED FIND21 MAC EOCHAIDH, b. Scotland; d. 772.

 

Generation No. 21

23. AED FIND21 MAC EOCHAIDH was born in Scotland, and died 772.

More About AED FIND MAC EOCHAIDH:

A.k.a: King Aed of Dalriada

Fact 1: 742, Regained the crown when the Lorne king was drowned by the invading Picts; he reigned for 30 years

Fact 2: Remembered among the Gaels as a lawgiver

Fact 3: 772, His son Fergus Succeeded him

Children of AED FIND MAC EOCHAIDH are:

24. i. FERGUS22 MAC AED, b. Scotland.

25. ii. EOCHAIDH MAC AED, b. Scotland.

 

Generation No. 22

24. FERGUS22 MAC AED was born in Scotland.

More About FERGUS MAC AED:

A.k.a: Fergus, II of Oriel

Fact 1: 772 to 775, Succeeded his father as king but only ruled for 3 years; his brother Eochaidh, IV succeeded him as king

Fact 2: 839, Aided the Dalriads in battle against the Viking Turgeis when the sub-king of Dalriada was killed

Children of FERGUS MAC AED are:

i. EACIME23 MAC FERGUS, b. Scotland.

More About EACIME MAC FERGUS:

A.k.a: King Eacime of Argyll

Fact 1: Descendants were local chiefs in Argyll along the western coast of Dalriada, Scotland

26. ii. GODFREY MAC FERGUS, b. Scotland; d. 853.

25. EOCHAIDH22 MAC AED was born in Scotland.

More About EOCHAIDH MAC AED:

A.k.a: King Eochaidh, IV of Dalriada

Fact 1: Succeeded his brother Fergus, II as King of Dalriada

Child of EOCHAIDH MAC AED is:

27. i. ALPIN23 MAC EACIME, b. Scotland.

 

Generation No. 23

26. GODFREY23 MAC FERGUS was born in Scotland, and died 853. He married MISS UNKNOWN.

More About GODFREY MAC FERGUS:

A.k.a: Toiseach (Captain) of the Isles

Fact 1: My note: Probably a younger son as he did not inherit the title; the dates and his name Godfrey 'mac Fergus' lead me to believe that he was Fergus' son and not his grandson by Eacime mac Fergus

More About MISS UNKNOWN:

Fact 1: Heiress of the sub-king of Dalriada

Child of GODFREY MAC FERGUS and MISS UNKNOWN is:

28. i. NIALLGHUSA24 MAC GODFREY, b. Scotland.

27. ALPIN23 MAC EACIME was born in Scotland.

More About ALPIN MAC EACIME:

Cause of Death: Beheaded by the Picts after battle

Marital Status: Married a Pictish woman

Children of ALPIN MAC EACIME are:

29. i. KENNETH24 MAC ALPIN, b. Scotland; d. 860.

ii. DONALD MAC ALPIN, b. Scotland; d. 863.

More About DONALD MAC ALPIN:

A.k.a: King Donald, I of Scotland

Fact 1: 860, Succeeded brother Kenneth as King of Scotland

Fact 2: 860 to 863, Reigned as King of Scotland

Fact 3: 863, Succeeded by brother Kenneth's son Constantine.

 

Generation No. 24

28. NIALLGHUSA24 MAC GODFREY was born in Scotland.

Child of NIALLGHUSA MAC GODFREY is:

30. i. SUIBNE25 MAC NIALLGHUSA, b. Scotland.

29. KENNETH24 MAC ALPIN was born in Scotland, and died 860.

More About KENNETH MAC ALPIN:

A.k.a: King Kenneth the Hardy

Burial: Iona, Scotland

Fact 1: Fought the Pictish army to extinction near Mearns, Scotland and regained the crown

Fact 2: 843, Due to frequent Vicking raids, he moved the High King's Seat in Dunadd, Dalriada east to Scone, Scotland and claimed sovereignity over all of early Scotland (Kingdom of Scone)

Fact 3: 843, Progenitor of the Kings of Scotland

Fact 4: 843 to 860, Reigned as 1st King of Scone (Scotland)

Fact 5: 860, Succeeded by his brother Donald

Children of KENNETH MAC ALPIN are:

31. i. CONSTANTINE25, b. Scotland.

32. ii. AODH, b. Scotland; d. 878.

33. iii. UNKNOWN.

 

Generation No. 25

30. SUIBNE25 MAC NIALLGHUSA was born in Scotland.

More About SUIBNE MAC NIALLGHUSA:

A.k.a: Swyffine mac Niallghusa

Child of SUIBNE MAC NIALLGHUSA is:

34. i. ECHMARCACH26 MAC SUIBNE, b. Scotland.

31. CONSTANTINE25 was born in Scotland.

More About CONSTANTINE:

A.k.a: King Constantine, I of Scotland

Fact 1: 863, Succeeded his uncle Donald as King of Scotland

Fact 2: 863 to 877, Reigned as King of Scotland

Fact 3: 877, Succeeded by brother Aodh as King of Scotland

Child of CONSTANTINE is:

35. i. DONALD26, b. Scotland.

32. AODH25 was born in Scotland, and died 878.

More About AODH:

A.k.a: King Aodh of Scotland

Fact 1: 877, Succeeded his brother Constantine as King of Scotland

Fact 2: 877 to 878, Reigned as King of Scotland

Fact 3: Was succeeded by his nephew (?) or son (?) Eochaidh grandson of Kenneth MacAlpin

Child of AODH is:

36. i. CONSTANTINE26, b. Scotland.

33. UNKNOWN25

Child of UNKNOWN is:

i. EOCHAIDH26, b. Scotland.

More About EOCHAIDH:

A.k.a: King Eochaidh of Scotland

Fact 1: Succeeded his uncle (?) or father (?) Aodh as King of Scotland

Fact 2: 878 to 889, Reigned as King of Scotland

Fact 3: Was succeeded by his cousin (?) or brother (?) Donald, II the son of his uncle King Constantine, I.

 

Generation No. 26

34. ECHMARCACH26 MAC SUIBNE was born in Scotland.

More About ECHMARCACH MAC SUIBNE:

A.k.a: Imergi mac Suibne

Fact 1: 1031, He has also been identified as 'Iehmare as one of the Kings who submitted to Canute

Child of ECHMARCACH MAC SUIBNE is:

37. i. SOLMUND27 MAC ECHMARCACH, b. Scotland.

35. DONALD26 was born in Scotland.

More About DONALD:

A.k.a: King Donald, II of Scotland

Fact 1: Succeeded his cousin Eochaidh, son of his uncle aodh as King of Scotland

Fact 2: 889 to 900, Reigned as King of Scotland

Fact 3: Was succeeded by his cousin Constantine, II son of his uncle Aodh as King of Scotland

Child of DONALD is:

38. i. MALCOLM27, b. Scotland.

36. CONSTANTINE26 was born in Scotland.

More About CONSTANTINE:

A.k.a: King Constantine, II of Scotland

Fact 1: Suceeded his cousin Donald, II his uncle Constantine's son as King of Scotland

Fact 2: 900 to 943, Reigned as King of Scotland

Fact 3: Succeeeded by his cousin Donald, I's son Malcolm, I

Child of CONSTANTINE is:

39. i. INDULF27, b. Scotland.

 

Generation No. 27

37. SOLMUND27 MAC ECHMARCACH was born in Scotland.

Child of SOLMUND MAC ECHMARCACH is:

40. i. GILLEDOMNAN28 MAC SOLMUND, b. Scotland; d. Ireland.

38. MALCOLM27 was born in Scotland.

More About MALCOLM:

A.k.a: King Malcolm, I of Scotland

Fact 1: Succeded his cousin Constantine, II the son of his great uncle King Aodh as King of Scotland

Fact 2: 943 to 945, Succeeded by Indulf his cousin the son of King Constantine, II as King of Scotland

Children of MALCOLM are:

41. i. DUFF28, b. Scotland.

42. ii. KENNETH, b. Scotland.

39. INDULF27 was born in Scotland.

More About INDULF:

A.k.a: King Indulf of Scotland

Fact 1: Succeeded Malcolm, I the son of Donald, II as King of Scotland

Fact 2: 954 to 962, Reigned as King of Scotland

Fact 3: Succeeded by his cousin Duff son of Malcolm, I as King of Scotland

Child of INDULF is:

43. i. COLIN28, b. Scotland.

 

Generation No. 28

40. GILLEDOMNAN28 MAC SOLMUND was born in Scotland, and died in Ireland.

Notes for GILLEDOMNAN MAC SOLMUND:

Credit to Malcom MacQueen, author of "Skye Pioneers of the Island" for his research into the earliest MacDonald descendants in Skye, Scotland.

More About GILLEDOMNAN MAC SOLMUND:

Fact 1: Driven from the Isles by Scandinavians and took refuge in Ireland.

Child of GILLEDOMNAN MAC SOLMUND is:

44. i. GILLEBRIDE29 MAC GILLEDOMNAN, b. Scotland.

41. DUFF28 was born in Scotland.

More About DUFF:

A.k.a: King Duff of Scotland

Fact 1: Succeeded his cousin Indulf the son of Consatantine, II as King of Scotland

Fact 2: 962 to 967, Reigned as King of Scotland

Fact 3: Was succeeded by distant cousin Colin the son of Indulf as King of Scotland

Child of DUFF is:

i. KENNETH29, b. Scotland.

More About KENNETH:

A.k.a: King Kenneth, III of Scotland

Fact 1: Succeeded his distant cousin Constantine, II son of King Collin as King of Scotland

Fact 2: 997 to 1005, Reigned as King of Scotland

Fact 3: Was Succeeded by Malcolm, II son of his uncle King Kenneth, II as King of Scotland.

42. KENNETH28 was born in Scotland.

More About KENNETH:

A.k.a: King Kenneth, II of Scotland

Fact 1: Succeeded distant cousin Colin son of King Indulf as King of Scotland

Fact 2: 971 to 995, Reigned as King of Scotland

Fact 3: Was Succeeded by distant cousin Constantine, II son of King Colin as King of Scotland

Child of KENNETH is:

45. i. MALCOLM29, b. Scotland.

43. COLIN28 was born in Scotland.

More About COLIN:

A.k.a: King Colin of Scotland

Fact 1: Succeeded his uncle Duff

Fact 2: 967 to 971, Reigned as King of Scotland

Fact 3: Succeeded by distant cousin Kenneth, II son of King Malcolm, I as King of Scotland

Child of COLIN is:

i. CONSANTANTINE29, b. Scotland.

More About CONSANTANTINE:

A.k.a: King Constantine, III of Scotland

Fact 1: Succeeded his distant cousin Kenneth, II the son of King Malcolm, I as King of Scotland

Fact 2: 995 to 997, Reigned as King of Scotland

Fact 3: Was succeeded by distant cousin Kenneth, III son of Kin Duff as King of Scotland.

 

Generation No. 29

44. GILLEBRIDE29 MAC GILLEDOMNAN was born in Scotland.

More About GILLEBRIDE MAC GILLEDOMNAN:

A.k.a: Gillebride Na H'Uaimh / Gillebride Rig eilean shider

Fact 1: 'Gillebride Na H'Uaimh' means: 'Gillebride of the cave'; later he was known as 'Gillebride Rig eilean shider' which means; 'King of the South Isles'

Fact 2: Driven from the Isles by Scandinavians and took refuge in Ireland

Fact 3: He attempted to expell the invaders but was forced to Fermanagh, Ireland on the estate of MacGuire

Fact 4: ca. 1130, He obtained the help of the Irish Clan Cholla and landed in Argyll; the expedition failed and he and son Somerled were forced to live in the caves of Morven

Children of GILLEBRIDE MAC GILLEDOMNAN are:

46. i. SOMERLED30 MAC GILLEBRIDE, b. Scotland; d. 1164, Renfrew, Scotland.

47. ii. NEIL MAC GILLEBRIDE, b. Scotland.

45. MALCOLM29 was born in Scotland.

More About MALCOLM:

A.k.a: King Malcolm, II of Scotland

Fact 1: Succeeded his cousin Kenneth, IIi son of his uncle King Duff as King of Scotland

Fact 2: 1005 to 1034, Reigned as King of Scotland

Fact 3: Was Succeeded by his grandson King Duncan, I of Scotland

Child of MALCOLM is:

48. i. MR.30 UNKNOWN, b. Scotland.

 

Generation No. 30

46. SOMERLED30 MAC GILLEBRIDE was born in Scotland, and died 1164 in Renfrew, Scotland. He married (1) MISS UNKNOWN. He met (2) MISS BISSET. She was born in Glens of Antrim, Scotland. He met (3) MISS UNKNOWN. She was born in Lowlands, Scotland. He married (4) RAGNHILDA 1140, daughter of OLAF and MISS UNKNOWN.

More About SOMERLED MAC GILLEBRIDE:

A.k.a: Soirle, Regulus of Argyll

Burial: Isle of Iona, Scotland

Cause of Death: Murdered at Renfrew, Scotland by his nephew, Maurice mac Neil

Fact 1: The name 'Somerled' means: 'Summer sailor'; 'Regulus' is a ruler or thane

Fact 2: Descendant of Clan Conn and Clan Cholla and the royal house of Dalriada (Argyll)

Fact 3: He and his father were forced by the Scandinavians into exile in Fermanagh, Ireland where with the help of Clan Cholla they returned to Argyll

Fact 4: ca. 1130, Returned to Argyll with the help of relatives of the Clan Cholla

Fact 5: ca. 1130, Was in refuge in the caves of Morven when he was asked by the Clan Innes to become the new warlord against the Nirsemen

Fact 6: ca. 1140, Plotted with cousin Maurice MacNeill, a shipwright to overthrow Olaf of Man (Maurice's foster brother) and to wed Olaf's daughter Ragnhilda; Olaf allied with Somerled and they killed King Godfrey of Man by putting out his eyes

Fact 7: 1140, Defeated King Godfrey of Man, Ragnhilda's 1st cousin and possessed the whole kingdom of Man & the Isles

Fact 8: 6 January 1156, Defeated Godred of Man, son of Olaf and Somerled's brother-in-law and they divided up the Isles between thenselves; Somerled received all the Isles south of Ardnamurchan

Fact 9: 1158, Deposed Godred of Man and expelled the Norsemen from the Western Isles which gained independence for southwest Scotland for 4 centuries; he took the title 'Regulus of Argyll' at this time

Fact 10: ca. 1164, Warred against King Malcolm, IV of Scotland who plotted his death by treachery at Renfrew, Scotland

Marital Status: Married twice; had 2 unions between his marriages which produced illegitimate children

Religion: Gaelic

More About MISS UNKNOWN:

Marital Status: 1st wife of Somerled

More About MISS BISSET:

Marital Status: 1st or 2nd union (possibly a handfast marriage) between Somerled's 2 marriages

More About MISS UNKNOWN:

Marital Status: 1st or 2nd union (possibly a handfast marriage) between Somerled's 2 marriages

More About RAGNHILDA:

A.k.a: Princess Ragnhildis of Man

Fact 1: Was part of the MacLeod clan

Fact 2: ca. 1153, Inherited the Isle of Man from her father

Fact 3: 1164, Her cousin Godred repossessed the Isle of Man after Ragnhilda's husband Somerled died

Children of SOMERLED MAC GILLEBRIDE and MISS UNKNOWN are:

49. i. SOMERLED31 MAC SOMERLED, d. Aft. 1164.

50. ii. GILLIECOLUM MAC SOMERLED, d. 1164, Renfrew, Scotland.

Child of SOMERLED MAC GILLEBRIDE and MISS BISSET is:

51. iii. GILLIES31 MAC SOMERLED.

Child of SOMERLED MAC GILLEBRIDE and MISS UNKNOWN is:

iv. GALL31 MAC SGILLIN.

More About GALL MAC SGILLIN:

Fact 1: His name means: 'the foreigner'

Fact 2: Son by possible handfast marriage; he was not considered an heir of Somerled

Fact 3: Inherited land on the mainland of Scotland from his father.

Children of SOMERLED MAC GILLEBRIDE and RAGNHILDA are:

52. v. RANALD31 MAC SOMERLED, b. Scotland; d. 1207.

53. vi. DUGALL MAC SOMERLED, b. Scotland.

vii. BEATHAG, b. Scotland.

More About BEATHAG:

A.k.a: Beatrice

Occupation: First prioress of Iona

54. viii. ANGUS MAC SOMERLED, b. Scotland; d. 1210, Moidart, Inverness-shire, Scotland.

ix. OLAF MAC SOMERLED, b. Scotland.

More About OLAF MAC SOMERLED:

Fact 1: Died young

Fact 2: 4th son.

47. NEIL30 MAC GILLEBRIDE was born in Scotland.

Child of NEIL MAC GILLEBRIDE is:

i. MAURICE31 MAC NEIL, b. Scotland.

More About MAURICE MAC NEIL:

Fact 1 1: 1164, Killed his uncle Somerled mac Gillebride and cousin Gillicolum mac Somerled on the orders of King Malcolm, IV of Scotland

Fact 1 2: Named after Maurice mac Neill who had helped Somerled defeat Olaf by trickery.

48. MR.30 UNKNOWN was born in Scotland.

Children of MR. UNKNOWN are:

55. i. DUNCAN31, b. Scotland.

ii. MACBETH, b. Scotland.

More About MACBETH:

A.k.a: King MacBeth of Scotland / Mormaer of Moray

Fact 1: Succeeded King Duncan, I (his brother?) grandson of King Malcolm, II as King of Scotland

Fact 2: 1040 to 1057, Reigned as King of Scotland

Fact 3: Was succeeded by Malcolm, III Canmore (his nephew?) son of King Duncan, I as King of Scotland.

 

Generation No. 31

49. SOMERLED31 MAC SOMERLED died Aft. 1164.

More About SOMERLED MAC SOMERLED:

A.k.a: Somerled the Younger

Fact 1: Oldest legitimate son from 1st marriage

Fact 2: Was not considered as an heir to his father

Fact 3: Inherited Morvern, Ardnamurchan and Glassary on the mainland of Scotland from his father

Fact 4: Aspired to the title of 'Thane of Argyll' which title belonged to his half brother Ranald son of Somerled and Ragnhilda

Fact 5: Began reiving (stealing) on the lands of Cowal and Lennox on the pretext that the people of these areas were harassing his lands in Argyll

Fact 6: The King of Scots sent the Earl of March to subdue Somerled who was forced to treat

Fact 7: Died shortly after the King of Scots gave him a pardon

Children of SOMERLED MAC SOMERLED are:

i. JOHN32 MAC SOMERLED.

More About JOHN MAC SOMERLED:

A.k.a: Ewen mac Somerled

Fact 1: Eldest son

Fact 2: After the death of his father he was fostered to his Uncle Ranald

Fact 3: His father's land of Arnamurchan and Glassary in Argyll was repossesed by John's uncle Ranald and given to Muchdanach the father0in-law and supporter of John's uncle Dugall

Fact 4: Murdered his uncle Dugall's father-in-law and supporter Muchdanachwho was the Chief of Ardnamurchan and Moudart

Fact 5: His uncle Ranald threatened to execute him but "John said that he would ask no more of his father's but the lands of Ardnamurchan and Glassary in Argyll and 20 pounds land in Islay" which Ranald granted

Fact 6: Retired to Ardnamurchan where no more is known of him

Fact 7: Possible progenitor of the MacIains of Ardnamurchan

ii. MAOLMORY MAC SOMERLED.

More About MAOLMORY MAC SOMERLED:

Fact 1: Second son

Fact 2: After the death of his father , he went to Ireland and remained there.

50. GILLIECOLUM31 MAC SOMERLED died 1164 in Renfrew, Scotland.

More About GILLIECOLUM MAC SOMERLED:

Fact 1: Second legitimate son from 1st marriage

Fact 2: Was not considered as an heir to his father

Fact 3: Probably assasinated with his father at Renfrew

Child of GILLIECOLUM MAC SOMERLED is:

i. SOMERLED32 MAC GILLIECOLUM.

More About SOMERLED MAC GILLIECOLUM:

Fact 1: 1210, Inherited Kintyre after the death of his father

Fact 2: 1221, Lost Kintyre when King Alexander, II invaded the Isles to quell the rebellion against him as King of Scotland.

51. GILLIES31 MAC SOMERLED

More About GILLIES MAC SOMERLED:

Fact 1: His name means: 'the servant'

Fact 2: Son by possible handfast marriage; he was not considered an heir of Somerled

Fact 3: Inherited land in Kintyre, Argyleshire, Scotland from his father

Fact 4: Expelled from Kintyre by the mac Neills of Lennox; escaped to Ireland

Children of GILLIES MAC SOMERLED are:

i. MISS32 UNKNOWN, m. DHOMHUILL MAC RANALD; b. Scotland; d. 1250, Skipness, Kintyre, Argyleshire, Scotland.

More About MISS UNKNOWN:

Marital Status: 1st wife of Dhomhuill

More About DHOMHUILL MAC RANALD:

A.k.a: Donald of Islay (Lord of Inchegal)

Burial: Iona, Scotland

Fact 1: Clan MacDonald takes it's name from him.

Fact 2: 1207, After his father's death , he inherrited Islay, southern Kintyre and the South Isles

Fact 3: ca. 1207, Went with his uncle Dugall mac Somerled to visit King Magnus in Norway to have his land rights to the Isles (by his grandmother Ragnhildis) confirmed

Fact 4: ca. 1207, Returned from Norway with colonists including the MacDuffies whom he settled in Colonsay and Oronsay; the MacDuffies settled in the stronghold of Dun Evan and later became the hereditary 'Keepers of the Records' in the Lordship of the Isles

Fact 5: Aft. 1207, Killed his uncle Dugall mac Somerled along with his own wife's brother Callum Alin mac Gilles so that he could take possession of their lands

Fact 6: ca. 1210, Granted a charter to the Monastery of Paisley

Fact 7: 1211, Invaded Ireland while allied with his brother Ruairi and Thomas of Galloway to plunder the town of Derry and the peninsula of Innisowen

Fact 8: 1212, With his brother Ruairi, he returned to Ireland to pillaged the churches

Fact 9: 1214, Gave the MacKays refuge in Ugadale after they rebelled against King Alexander, II of Scotland; the king's envoy Sir William Rollock was murdered by Dhomhuill when he was sent by the king to treat

Marital Status: Married twice

Religion: Roman Catholic

Retirement: ca. 1249, Gave up his lands and title to son Angus

ii. CALLUM ALIN MAC GILLIES.

More About CALLUM ALIN MAC GILLIES:

Cause of Death: Killed by his brother-in-law Dhomhuill mac Ranald.

52. RANALD31 MAC SOMERLED was born in Scotland, and died 1207. He married FIONA, daughter of EARL OF MORAY. She was born in Scotland.

More About RANALD MAC SOMERLED:

A.k.a: Reginald, Thane of Argyll / Brother Ranald of Paisley

Burial: Iona, Scotland

Fact 1: 1120, After his father's death he took the title of Thane of Argyll and inherited Kintyre, Islay and all the other islands to the south of Ardnamurchan

Fact 2: Quarrelled with Dugall his brother after the death of their father over the possesion of the Isle of Man; it reverted to Ragnvald the Norse king who continued to claim overlordship of the northern isles of Lewis, Skye and the Uists

Fact 3: ca. 1180, Granted a charter to Paisley Abbey

Fact 4: Aft. 1196, Bought a large portion of Caithness from King William, I

Fact 5: Bef. 1200, Became a brother of the order at Paisley Abbey

Fact 6: December 1203, Founded the monastery of Saddell in Kintyre on the island of Iona

Religion: Gaelic / Roman Catholic

More About FIONA:

A.k.a: Sister Fiona of Paisley

Fact 1: Bef. 1200, Became a sister of Paisley Abbey Convent

Fact 2: Endowed Paisley Abbey Convent with a tithe on all her goods

Children of RANALD MAC SOMERLED and FIONA are:

56. i. DHOMHUILL32 MAC RANALD, b. Scotland; d. 1250, Skipness, Kintyre, Argyleshire, Scotland.

57. ii. MISS UNKNOWN.

58. iii. RUAIRI MAC RANALD, d. 1268.

iv. ANGUS MAC RANALD.

53. DUGALL31 MAC SOMERLED was born in Scotland. He married MISS UNKNOWN, daughter of MUCHDANACH.

More About DUGALL MAC SOMERLED:

Cause of Death: Killed by his nephew Dhomhuill mac Ranald over a dispute in ownership of Mull

Children: Had most of his children by the daughter of Muchdanach, Chief of Ardnamurchan and Moidart

Fact 1: 2nd son

Fact 2: Progenitor of the Clan MacDougall

Fact 3: 1192, After his father's death, he inherited Lorne (from the head of Loch Leven to Asknish on Loch Fyne ) with the strongholds of Dunollie and Dunstaffnage, the islands of Jura, Coll and Tiree, and a disputed claim to Mull

Fact 4: Aft. 1192, Quarrelled with Ranald his brother over the possesion of the Isle of Man after the death of their father

Fact 5: Aft. 1207, Went with nephew Dhomnhuill mac Ranald to visit King Magnus in Norway to have his land rights to confirmed

Fact 6: His descendants styled themselves 'de Ergadia' (of Argyll) with the title of 'king' after the Norse fashion (so that in this period there were several 'Kings of the Isles'); they are later referred to as the MacDougalls of Lorne

Children of DUGALL MAC SOMERLED and MISS UNKNOWN are:

59. i. DUNCAN32 MAC DUGALL, b. Scotland.

ii. DUGALL MAC DUGALL, b. Scotland.

More About DUGALL MAC DUGALL:

A.k.a: Dugall Scrag

Fact 1: 1230, Killed or dispossessed in the Norwegian raids

iii. OSPAK MAC DUGALL, b. Scotland; d. Kintyre, Scotland.

More About OSPAK MAC DUGALL:

A.k.a: King Ospak Hakon

Fact 1: Went to seek his fortune at the Norwegian court

Fact 2: 1209, Plundered Iona, Scotland for which he was rebuked by the Norwegian Bishops

Fact 3: Lead a force of men for the King of Norway to reassert Norwegian control over the rebels in the Isles

Fact 4: Killed in the Norwegian raids

Fact 5: Saved the lives of his brothers Duncan and Dugall when they were attacked suddenly by Ospak's Norwegian forces

Occupation: Pirate

iv. DUNCAN MAC DUGALL, b. Scotland.

More About DUNCAN MAC DUGALL:

A.k.a: Duncan MacDugall de Ergallite

Fact 1: 1244, Signed a letter and oath to the Pope on the Treaty of Ponteland

Fact 2: Aft. 1244, Contracted an alliance with the Comyns and suffered forfeiture under the Bruce

Residence: Ergalite (Argyll), Scotland.

54. ANGUS31 MAC SOMERLED was born in Scotland, and died 1210 in Moidart, Inverness-shire, Scotland.

More About ANGUS MAC SOMERLED:

Cause of Death: Killed by Norsemen of Skye

Children: 1210, Had 3 sons that were killed by Norsemen from Skye

Fact 1: 3rd son

Fact 2: 1192, After the death of his father, he inherited the rough bounds of Garmoran - Moidart, Morar, Knoydart and Arisaig to north of Ardnamurchan, and also the islands of Arran and Bute

Fact 3: 1192, Quarrelled with brother Ranald and defeated him in battle

Fact 4: Aft. 1210, After Angus' death, his possessions were seized by his brother Ranald's descendants

Residence: Moidart, Inverness-shire, Scotland

Children of ANGUS MAC SOMERLED are:

60. i. JAMES32, b. Scotland; d. 1210, Moidart, Inverness-shire, Scotland.

ii. MR. UNKNOWN.

iii. MR. UNKNOWN, d. 1210.

55. DUNCAN31 was born in Scotland.

More About DUNCAN:

A.k.a: King Duncan, I of Scotland

Fact 1: Succeeded his grandfather King Malcolm, II as King of Scotland

Fact 2: 1034 to 1040, Reigned as King of Scotland

Fact 3: Was succeeded by MacBeth (his brother?) grandson of King Malcolm, II as King of Scotland

Children of DUNCAN are:

61. i. MALCOLM32, b. Scotland.

ii. DONALD BANE, b. Scotland.

More About DONALD BANE:

A.k.a: King Donald Bane of Scotland

Fact 1: Succeeded his brother Malcolm, III Canmore as King of Scotland

Fact 2: 1093 to 1094, Reigned as King of Scotland

Fact 3: Was succeeded by his nephew Duncan, II son of Malcolm, II Canmore as King of Scotland; Duncan, II ruled for less than a year

Fact 4: Succeeded his nephew Duncan, II as King of Scotland; this was King Donald Bane's second reign

Fact 5: 1094 to 1107, Reigned for a second time as King of Scotland

Fact 6: Was succeeded by his nephew Edgar son of King Malcolm, II his brother as King of Scotland.

 

Generation No. 32

56. DHOMHUILL32 MAC RANALD was born in Scotland, and died 1250 in Skipness, Kintyre, Argyleshire, Scotland. He married (1) MISS UNKNOWN, daughter of GILLIES MAC SOMERLED. He married (2) MISS STUART, daughter of WALTER FITZ-ALAN. She was born in Scotland.

More About DHOMHUILL MAC RANALD:

A.k.a: Donald of Islay (Lord of Inchegal)

Burial: Iona, Scotland

Fact 1: Clan MacDonald takes it's name from him.

Fact 2: 1207, After his father's death , he inherrited Islay, southern Kintyre and the South Isles

Fact 3: ca. 1207, Went with his uncle Dugall mac Somerled to visit King Magnus in Norway to have his land rights to the Isles (by his grandmother Ragnhildis) confirmed

Fact 4: ca. 1207, Returned from Norway with colonists including the MacDuffies whom he settled in Colonsay and Oronsay; the MacDuffies settled in the stronghold of Dun Evan and later became the hereditary 'Keepers of the Records' in the Lordship of the Isles

Fact 5: Aft. 1207, Killed his uncle Dugall mac Somerled along with his own wife's brother Callum Alin mac Gilles so that he could take possession of their lands

Fact 6: ca. 1210, Granted a charter to the Monastery of Paisley

Fact 7: 1211, Invaded Ireland while allied with his brother Ruairi and Thomas of Galloway to plunder the town of Derry and the peninsula of Innisowen

Fact 8: 1212, With his brother Ruairi, he returned to Ireland to pillaged the churches

Fact 9: 1214, Gave the MacKays refuge in Ugadale after they rebelled against King Alexander, II of Scotland; the king's envoy Sir William Rollock was murdered by Dhomhuill when he was sent by the king to treat

Marital Status: Married twice

Religion: Roman Catholic

Retirement: ca. 1249, Gave up his lands and title to son Angus

More About MISS UNKNOWN:

Marital Status: 1st wife of Dhomhuill

More About MISS STUART:

Marital Status: 2nd wife of Dhomhuill

Children of DHOMHUILL MAC RANALD and MISS STUART are:

62. i. ANGUS MOR33 MAC DHOMHUILL, b. Scotland; d. 1292.

ii. ALASDAIR MOR MAC DHOMHUILL, b. Scotland.

More About ALASDAIR MOR MAC DHOMHUILL:

Fact 1: Progenitor of the Clan MaAlister of Loup

Religion: Roman Catholic.

Child of DHOMHUILL MAC RANALD is:

iii. MURCHAD33 MAC DHOMHUILL, b. Scotland.

More About MURCHAD MAC DHOMHUILL:

Fact 1: Possible illegitimate son

Fact 2: Progenitor of the MacAlisters of Loup.

57. MISS32 UNKNOWN She married ALAN UNKNOWN. He was born in Galloway, Ireland, and died 1234.

Child of MISS UNKNOWN and ALAN UNKNOWN is:

i. HELLEN33 UNKNOWN, b. Galloway, Ireland.

58. RUAIRI32 MAC RANALD died 1268.

More About RUAIRI MAC RANALD:

Fact 1: 1207, After his fathers death he inherited some estates in Northern Kintyre and Ugadale

Fact 2: 1210, After his uncle Angus' death, he retained Angus' lands of Garmoran - from Ardnamurchan to Glenelg and the disputed claim to Arran and Butte which he was forced by the Crown to return to Angus' grand-daughter Jane, wife of Alexander Stuart

Fact 3 1: 1211, Invaded Ireland while allied with his brother Dhomhuill and Thomas of Galloway to plunder the town of Derry and the peninsula of Innisowen

Fact 3 2: 1266, Was allowed to keep his lands in Garmoran after the treaty was signed at the Dominican Priory in Perth

Fact 4: 1212, With his brother Dhomhuill, he returned to Ireland to pillaged the churches

Fact 5: 1249, Lost the islands of Bute and Arran when King Alexander, II invaded the Isles to quell the rebellion against him as King of Scotland

Fact 6: 1261, The kings of the Hebrides sent Ruairi to Norway with letters of complaint when Macantagart of Ross made a raid on Skye

Fact 7: 1263, Reclamed the island of Bute from the Stuarts when he and the Norwegian forces attacked Rothesay Castle on Bute

Fact 8: 1266, Was dispossessed of Skye, Lewis and Bute but acquired the islands of Uist, Barra, Eigg and Rhum (which had formerly belonged to the king of Man) after the treaty was signed

Children of RUAIRI MAC RANALD are:

63. i. ALAN33 MAC RUAIRI, d. ca. 1285.

ii. DUGALL MAC RUAIRI.

More About DUGALL MAC RUAIRI:

Fact 1: 1262, Commanded a division in the fleet for King Hakon of Norway against Macantagart of Ross

Fact 2: 1262, Acquired the fortress of Dunavertie when it surrendered to the Norwegians

Fact 3: 1263, King Hakon gave him Ewen of Lorne's lands

Fact 4: Ewen of Lorne's lands were returned to him upon the signing of a treaty at the Dominican Priory of Perth.

59. DUNCAN32 MAC DUGALL was born in Scotland.

More About DUNCAN MAC DUGALL:

A.k.a: Duncan de Lorne

Fact 1: His brother Ospak saved him when the Norwegian forces turned on the Scots

Residence: Lorne, Scotland

Child of DUNCAN MAC DUGALL is:

64. i. EWEN33 MAC DUGALL, b. Scotland.

60. JAMES32 was born in Scotland, and died 1210 in Moidart, Inverness-shire, Scotland.

More About JAMES:

Cause of Death: Killed by Norsemen from Skye

Residence: Moidart, Inverness-shire, Scotland

Child of JAMES is:

65. i. JANE33, b. Scotland.

61. MALCOLM32 was born in Scotland.

More About MALCOLM:

A.k.a: King Malcolm, III Canmore of Scotland

Fact 1: Succeeded King Macbeth (his uncle?) as King of Scotland

Fact 2: 1057 to 1093, Reigned as King of Scotland

Fact 3: Was succeeded by his brother Donald Bane as King of Scotland

Children of MALCOLM are:

i. DUNCAN33, b. Scotland.

More About DUNCAN:

A.k.a: King Duncan, II of Scotland

Fact 1: Succeeded his uncle King Donald Bane as King of Scotland

Fact 2: 1094, Reigned as King of Scotland for less than a year

Fact 3: Was Succeeded by his uncle King Donald Bane of Scotland (his second reign)

ii. EDGAR, b. Scotland.

More About EDGAR:

A.k.a: King Edgar of Scotland

Fact 1: Succeeded his brother King Donald Bane as King of Scotland

Fact 2: 1097 to 1107, Reigned as King of Scotland

Fact 3: Was Suceeded by his brother Alexander, I as King of Scotland

iii. ALEXANDER, b. Scotland.

More About ALEXANDER:

A.k.a: King Alexander, I of Scotland

Fact 1: Succeeded his brother King Edward as King of Scotland

Fact 2: 1107 to 1124, Reigned as King of Scotland

Fact 3: Was succeeded by his brother David, I as King of Scotland

66. iv. DAVID, b. Scotland; d. 1153.

 

Generation No. 33

62. ANGUS MOR33 MAC DHOMHUILL was born in Scotland, and died 1292. He married MISS CAMBEL, daughter of COLIN CAMBEL. She was born in Lochow, Scotland.

More About ANGUS MOR MAC DHOMHUILL:

A.k.a: Sir Angus Mor de Yle

Fact 1: Eldest son

Fact 2: ca. 1249, His father gave him his lands and titles

Fact 4: 1262, Surrendered his lands in Islay when he travelled to Gigha to talk peace with King Hakon of Norway's forces; his lands where returned to him but a heavy fine was leveled due to his previous rebellion

Fact 5: 1263, Supported Haco but was not at the defeat at Largs

Fact 6: 1263, King Hakon of Norway granted him the Isle of Arran

Fact 7: 1288, Entered into a bond with James the Steward and others to further the claims of the Bruce family

Fact 8: 1291, With other lords, he took an oath of Allegiance to King Edward, I of England

Fact 9: 1292, When ordered to show hommage to King John Balliol, he ignored the demand

Religion: Roman Catholic

Children of ANGUS MAC DHOMHUILL and MISS CAMBEL are:

i. ALASDAIR OG34 MAC DHOMHUILL, b. Scotland; d. ca. 1308, Dundonald Castle, Ayrshire Castle, Scotland; m. JULIANA MAC DUGALL, Aft. 1295; b. Scotland.

More About ALASDAIR OG MAC DHOMHUILL:

A.k.a: Alexander de Yle, Admiral of the Western Seas

Fact 1: Eldest son

Fact 2: 1288, Entered into a bond with James the Steward and others to further the claims of the Bruce family

Fact 3: 1292, Sided with the Baliol party aginst Robert the Bruce

Fact 4: ca. 1295, Allied himself with the Comyns against Bruce

Fact 5: 1296, Appointed Admiral of the Western Isles under the English crown after John Baliol abdicated

Fact 6: ca. 1300, Inherited Islay and other mainland territories in Argyll, including Castle Sween in Knapdale, Scotland

Fact 7: 1308, Edward Bruce, brother of King Rober, defeated the combined forces of Sir Rolland of Galloway and Alasdair; Alisdair was captured but escaped to Castle Sween in Knapdale, Scotland

Fact 8: King Robert Bruce beseiged him in Castle Sween and forced him to surrender; Bruce imprisoned him in Dundonald Castle in Ayrshire, Scotland where he is presumed to have died

Fact 9: ca. 1308, His lands and tiltes were forfeited and brother Angus Og succeeded him as Admiral of the Western Seas

More About JULIANA MAC DUGALL:

A.k.a: Juliana of Lorne

Fact 1: Heiress of Lorne

67. ii. AONGUS OG MAC DHOMHUILL, b. Scotland; d. June to December 1329, Finlaggan, Islay, Scotland.

iii. JOHN MAC DHOMHUILL, b. Scotland; d. ca. 1340.

More About JOHN MAC DHOMHUILL:

A.k.a: John Sprangach (Bold John)

Fact 1: Progenitor of the MacLains of Ardnamurchan

iv. DUNCAN MAC DHOMHUILL, b. Scotland.

More About DUNCAN MAC DHOMHUILL:

Fact 1: Ancestor of the Robertsons of Straun, Scotland.

63. ALAN33 MAC RUAIRI died ca. 1285.

More About ALAN MAC RUAIRI:

Fact 1: 1284, Represented the western isles at the Parliament in Scone to regulate the Scottish succesion

Fact 2: 1315, He or his descendants were rewarded bi King Robert the Bruce for services rendered; they received Lorne (forfeited by the MacDougalls), Garmoran, the North Isles and the remaining part of Lochaber

Children of ALAN MAC RUAIRI are:

68. i. RUAIRI34 MAC RUAIRI.

ii. RANALD MAC RUAIRI.

iii. LACHLAN MAC RUAIRI, d. 1318.

iv. CHRISTINA MAC RUAIRI, m. DUNCAN UNKNOWN; b. Mar, Scotland.

More About DUNCAN UNKNOWN:

Fact 1: 2nd son.

64. EWEN33 MAC DUGALL was born in Scotland.

More About EWEN MAC DUGALL:

A.k.a: Ewen de Lorne

Fact 1: 1249, Would not break his allegiance to King Hakon of Norway and was forced to flee to Lewis to escape King Alexander, II

Fact 2: 1262, Would not support King Hakon of Norway against Alexander, III of Scotland; King Hakon took Ewen prisoner

Fact 3: 1263, Lost his lands to King Hakon of Norway

Fact 4: 1266, His lands were returned to him after a treaty was signed in the Dominican Priory of Perth

Residence: Kintyre, Scotland

Children of EWEN MAC DUGALL are:

69. i. ALEXANDER34 MAC DUGALL, b. Scotland; d. ca. 1308, England.

ii. JULIANA MAC DUGALL, b. Scotland; m. ALASDAIR OG MAC DHOMHUILL, Aft. 1295; b. Scotland; d. ca. 1308, Dundonald Castle, Ayrshire Castle, Scotland.

More About JULIANA MAC DUGALL:

A.k.a: Juliana of Lorne

Fact 1: Heiress of Lorne

More About ALASDAIR OG MAC DHOMHUILL:

A.k.a: Alexander de Yle, Admiral of the Western Seas

Fact 1: Eldest son

Fact 2: 1288, Entered into a bond with James the Steward and others to further the claims of the Bruce family

Fact 3: 1292, Sided with the Baliol party aginst Robert the Bruce

Fact 4: ca. 1295, Allied himself with the Comyns against Bruce

Fact 5: 1296, Appointed Admiral of the Western Isles under the English crown after John Baliol abdicated

Fact 6: ca. 1300, Inherited Islay and other mainland territories in Argyll, including Castle Sween in Knapdale, Scotland

Fact 7: 1308, Edward Bruce, brother of King Rober, defeated the combined forces of Sir Rolland of Galloway and Alasdair; Alisdair was captured but escaped to Castle Sween in Knapdale, Scotland

Fact 8: King Robert Bruce beseiged him in Castle Sween and forced him to surrender; Bruce imprisoned him in Dundonald Castle in Ayrshire, Scotland where he is presumed to have died

Fact 9: ca. 1308, His lands and tiltes were forfeited and brother Angus Og succeeded him as Admiral of the Western Seas

70. iii. DUNCAN MAC DUGALL, b. Scotland.

65. JANE33 was born in Scotland. She married ALEXANDER STUART, son of WALTER FITZ-ALAN. He was born in Scotland.

More About JANE:

Fact 1: After the death of her father, his lands were seized by her uncle Ranald's descendants

Fact 2: Through her husband's family, the Stuarts, she prosecuted a claim for the return of the islands of Arran and Butte from Ruairi mac Ranald; they eventually obtained the lands after some resistance

Child of JANE and ALEXANDER STUART is:

71. i. WALTER34 STUART, b. 1293, Scotland; d. 9 April 1326.

66. DAVID33 was born in Scotland, and died 1153.

More About DAVID:

A.k.a: King David, I of Scotland

Fact 1: Succeeded his brother King alexander, I as King of Scotland

Fact 2: 1124 to 1153, Reigned in Scotland

Fact 3: Was succeeded by his grandson Malcolm, IV as King of Scotland

Child of DAVID is:

72. i. UNKNOWN34.

 

Generation No. 34

67. AONGUS OG34 MAC DHOMHUILL was born in Scotland, and died June to December 1329 in Finlaggan, Islay, Scotland. He married (1) AGNES O'CAHAN, daughter of GUY O'CAHAN. She was born in Limvady, Ulster, Ireland. He met (2) MISS MACEANRUIG, daughter of DUGALL MACEANRUIG. She was born in Glencoe, Scotland.

More About AONGUS OG MAC DHOMHUILL:

A.k.a: Angus Oge de Yle, Admiral of the Western Isles

Burial: Iona, Scotland

Fact 1: ca. 1300, Inherited most of Kintyre and Mull from his father although Mull was still claimed by the House of Lorne (specifically Lame John of Lorne)

Fact 2: 1301, Aided the English forces of King Edward, I

Fact 3: ca. 1301, Inherited the title which his older brother had forfeited

Fact 4: 1306, Sheltered Robert the Bruce and transported him into winter hiding on the island of Rathlin near Antrim, Ireland

Fact 5: 1306, Captured by 3 of Lame John of Lorne's men in the Sound of Mull while crossing to Aros; the 3 brothers allied with Angus and returned to Mull; for this they were rewarded with lands or positions in Angus' domain

Fact 6: 1308, Succeeded his brother as chief of the Clan and Admiral of the Western Isles

Fact 7: 1313, Helped Robert the Bruce defeat the English on Sterling plain

Fact 8: 1314, Helped Robert the Bruce defeat the English at Bannockburn, Scotland

Fact 9: 1315, Robert gave MacDonald clan forever the honored right wing position in the army as well as, to Angus, he gave Islay, Mull, Jura, Coll, Tiree, Colonsay, Morvern, Ardnamurchan, Glencoe and part of the old Comyn inheritance of Lochaber

Fact 10: Aft. 1315, Angus relinquished his claim to Knapdale and the peninsula so that the crown could establish an administrative centre in the region under the keeping of the king's grandson Robert Stewart until 1325

Fact 11: 1322, Fought with Douglas during the great Scottish raid into Yorkshire, England

More About AGNES O'CAHAN:

A.k.a: Lady Margaret O'Cathan

Fact 1: Brought a large force of Irish men to her husband as a dowery; these men settled in the west and are: 'O'Millans' from Roe Water who took the name 'Monroe', the Roses of Kilravock, the Fearns, the Beatons, the MacLinens and others

Child of AONGUS MAC DHOMHUILL and AGNES O'CAHAN is:

73. i. JOHN35 MAC DHOMHUILL, b. ca. 1326, Scotland; d. 1380.

Child of AONGUS MAC DHOMHUILL and MISS MACEANRUIG is:

ii. IAIN35 FRAOCH.

More About IAIN FRAOCH:

Fact 1: Progenitor of the MacIains of Glencoe, Scotland

Fact 2: His parents were married in a handfast ceremony

Residence: Glencoe, Scotland.

68. RUAIRI34 MAC RUAIRI

More About RUAIRI MAC RUAIRI:

Children: His daughter Annie was his only child

Children of RUAIRI MAC RUAIRI are:

i. RANALD35 MAC RUAIRI.

74. ii. AMIE MAC RUAIRI, b. Garmoran, Scotland.

iii. ALAN MAC RUAIRI.

69. ALEXANDER34 MAC DUGALL was born in Scotland, and died ca. 1308 in England. He married MISS COMYN. She was born in Baddenoch, Scotland.

More About ALEXANDER MAC DUGALL:

A.k.a: Alexander de Lorne / de Ergadia

Fact 1: Eldest son

Fact 2: 1284, Represented the western isles at the Parliament in Scone to regulate the Scottish succesion

Fact 3: 1307, Because of son John's alliance with the English, King Robert Bruce invaded Lorne and seized all of Alexander's property; he allowed Alexander safe conduct to England

Fact 4: Died in exiled poverty

Child of ALEXANDER MAC DUGALL and MISS COMYN is:

75. i. JOHN35 MAC DUGALL, b. Scotland.

70. DUNCAN34 MAC DUGALL was born in Scotland.

More About DUNCAN MAC DUGALL:

A.k.a: Duncan of Lorne

Fact 1: Younger son

Fact 2: Fought on at least 1 occasion with William Wallace and Neil Cambel against King Edward, I's forces

Child of DUNCAN MAC DUGALL is:

i. ALAN35 MAC DUGALL, b. Scotland.

More About ALAN MAC DUGALL:

Fact 1: Progenitor of Clan Dougall of Dunolie.

71. WALTER34 STUART was born 1293 in Scotland, and died 9 April 1326. He married (1) ALICE ERSKINE Bef. 1315. He married (2) MARJORY BRUCE 1315, daughter of ROBERT BRUCE and ISABEL UNKNOWN. She was born ca. 1297 in Scotland, and died 2 March 1316 in Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland. He married (3) ISABEL GRAHAM Aft. 1315.

More About WALTER STUART:

A.k.a: Walter Stuart, 6th High Steward of Scotland

Fact 1: 1318, Seiged the fortress of Berwick for 11 weeks, captured and held it against King Edward, II of Englanfd\\d

Occupation: Hereditary High Steward of Scotland

More About MARJORY BRUCE:

A.k.a: Princess Marjorie of Scotland

Burial: Paisley Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland

Cause of Death: Fall from a horse

Fact 1: 1306, Taken prisoner at Kildrummie, Scotland by King Edward, I of England's forces and kept prisoner in a cage ; her mother and 2 aunts who were her fathers's sisters were also captured and held

Fact 2: 1313, Released from English captivity

Child of WALTER STUART and ALICE ERSKINE is:

i. JEAN35 STEWART.

Child of WALTER STUART and MARJORY BRUCE is:

76. ii. ROBERT JOHN35 STUART, b. 2 March 1316, Scotland; d. 1390.

Children of WALTER STUART and ISABEL GRAHAM are:

iii. JOHN35 STEWART.

More About JOHN STEWART:

A.k.a: Sir John of Ralston

iv. EGIDIA STEWART.

v. ANDREW STUART.

More About ANDREW STUART:

A.k.a: Sir Andrew Stuart.

72. UNKNOWN34

Children of UNKNOWN are:

i. MALCOLM35, b. Scotland; d. 1165.

More About MALCOLM:

A.k.a: King Malcolm, IV of Scotland / The Maiden

Fact 1: Succeeded his grandfather King David, I as King of Scotland

Fact 2: 1153 to 1165, Reigned in Scotland

Fact 3: Was succeeded by his brother William the Lion as King of Scotland

77. ii. WILLIAM, d. 1214.

78. iii. DAVID, d. 1219.

 

Generation No. 35

73. JOHN35 MAC DHOMHUILL was born ca. 1326 in Scotland, and died 1380. He married (1) AMIE MAC RUAIRI, daughter of RUAIRI MAC RUAIRI. She was born in Garmoran, Scotland. He married (2) MARGARET STUART ca. July 1350, daughter of ROBERT STUART and ELIZABETH MURE. She was born in Scotland.

More About JOHN MAC DHOMHUILL:

A.k.a: Eoin Mor de Yle / Good John of Islay, 1st Lord of the Isles / Ian Fraoch

Burial: St. Oran's Chapel, Iona, Scotland

Fact 1: 1329, Assumed the title of Lord of the Isles

Fact 2: Supported the Balliols against Robert the Bruce and was allied with King Edward, II of England

Marital Status: Married twice

More About AMIE MAC RUAIRI:

Fact 1: Inherited her father's estate

Marital Status: 1st wife of John

More About MARGARET STUART:

A.k.a: Princess Margaret of Scotland

Children of JOHN MAC DHOMHUILL and AMIE MAC RUAIRI are:

79. i. JOHN36 MAC DHOMHUILL, b. Scotland; d. Bef. 1380.

80. ii. RANALD MAC DHOMHUILL, b. Scotland; d. 1386.

iii. GODFREY MAC DHOMHUILL, b. Scotland.

More About GODFREY MAC DHOMHUILL:

Fact 1: Ancestor of the Siol Gorrie

iv. MARY MAC DHOMHUILL, b. Scotland; m. LACHLAN MAC LEAN.

More About MARY MAC DHOMHUILL:

Fact 1: Inherited lands in Morvern and the keeping of Duart Castle

Residence: Duart, Scotland

More About LACHLAN MAC LEAN:

Fact 1: 1306, He and 2 brothers captured, on Lame John of Lorne's orders, his wife's grandfather Angus Og Mac Dhomnhull; they released him when Angus promised them lands and positions

Fact 2: Through his wife he acquired lands in Morvern and the keeping of Duart Castle

Fact 3: Progenitor of the Duart family

Occupation: ca. 1306, Chamberlain in the house of Angus Og Mac Dhomnull

Residence: Duart, Scotland.

Children of JOHN MAC DHOMHUILL and MARGARET STUART are:

81. v. DONALD36 MAC DHOMHUILL, b. Scotland; d. 1422.

vi. JOHN MOR TANISTER MAC DHOMHUILL, b. Scotland; d. 1472; m. MARJORIE BISSET.

More About JOHN MOR TANISTER MAC DHOMHUILL:

A.k.a: Iain Vor Tanister MacDonald

Cause of Death: Murdered

Fact 1: 2nd son

Fact 2: His nickname of "Tanistier" or "Tanister" refers to the fact that he was the designated inheritor of his father or another relative

Fact 3: Ancestor of Clan Iain Vor of Dunyveg and the Glens and Earls of Antrim

vii. ALEXANDER CARRACH MAC DHOMHUILL, b. Scotland; d. 1440.

More About ALEXANDER CARRACH MAC DHOMHUILL:

A.k.a: Alastair Carrach Mac Dhomhuill

Fact 1: Ancestor of the MacDonalds of Keppoch

Residence: Keppoch, Scotland

viii. HUGH MAC DHOMHUILL, b. Scotland; m. MISS MAC KINTOSH; b. Glentilt, Perthshire, Scotland.

More About HUGH MAC DHOMHUILL:

A.k.a: Hugh Mac Dhomhuill, Thane of Glentilt

Fact 1: Married the heiress MacKintosh of Glentilt

Residence: Glentilt, Perthshire, Scotland

More About MISS MAC KINTOSH:

Residence: Glentilt, Perthshire, Scotland

ix. ELIZABETH MARGARET MAC DHOMHUILL, b. Scotland; m. ANGUS DUFF MAC KAY; b. Strathnaver, Sutherland, Scotland.

More About ELIZABETH MARGARET MAC DHOMHUILL:

A.k.a: Margaret MacDonald

Residence: Strathnaver, Sutherland, Scotland

More About ANGUS DUFF MAC KAY:

A.k.a: Angus Dhub Mac Kay, Chief of Strathnaver

Residence: Strathnaver, Sutherland, Scotland

x. AGNES MAC DHOMHUILL, b. Scotland; m. JOHN MONTGOMERY; b. Ardrossan, Ayrshire, Scotland.

More About AGNES MAC DHOMHUILL:

Residence: Ardrossan, Ayrshire, Scotland

More About JOHN MONTGOMERY:

A.k.a: Sir John Montgomery

Residence: Ardrossan, Ayrshire, Scotland.

74. AMIE35 MAC RUAIRI was born in Garmoran, Scotland. She married JOHN MAC DHOMHUILL, son of AONGUS MAC DHOMHUILL and AGNES O'CAHAN. He was born ca. 1326 in Scotland, and died 1380.

More About AMIE MAC RUAIRI:

Fact 1: Inherited her father's estate

Marital Status: 1st wife of John

More About JOHN MAC DHOMHUILL:

A.k.a: Eoin Mor de Yle / Good John of Islay, 1st Lord of the Isles / Ian Fraoch

Burial: St. Oran's Chapel, Iona, Scotland

Fact 1: 1329, Assumed the title of Lord of the Isles

Fact 2: Supported the Balliols against Robert the Bruce and was allied with King Edward, II of England

Marital Status: Married twice

Children are listed above under (73) John Mac Dhomhuill.

75. JOHN35 MAC DUGALL was born in Scotland.

More About JOHN MAC DUGALL:

A.k.a: John of Lorne / John Baccach (John the Lame)

Fact 1: Aft. 1296, Held hostage in England for a time because of his support for John Baliol as King of Scotland

Fact 2: 1306, Tried to kill Robert Bruce because Robert had slain his Comyn relative in Dumfries, Scotland

Fact 3: 1306, Sent the 3 MacLean brothers to capture Angus Og Mac Dhomnhull because of his continuing quarrel with Angus over Mull

Fact 4: 1307, King Robert Bruce invaded Lorne over John's continuing reevenge for Robert having killed John's Comyn relative; John escaped by sea but all his property and that of his father was forfeit

Child of JOHN MAC DUGALL is:

82. i. EWEN36 MAC DUGALL, b. Scotland.

76. ROBERT JOHN35 STUART was born 2 March 1316 in Scotland, and died 1390. He met (1) MOIRA LEITCH. He met (2) MARION CARDNY. He married (3) ELIZABETH MURE ca. 1347. She was born in Rowallan, Scotland. He married (4) EUPHEMIA LESLIE Aft. 2 May 1355.

More About ROBERT JOHN STUART:

A.k.a: King Robert, II of Scotland / Robert Stuart

Fact 1: Born at the death of his mother who had been thrown from a horse

Fact 2: Crippled from birth

Fact 3: 1371, Became King of Scotland at age 54; succeeded his uncle King David, II half-brother of his mother Marjory as King of Scotland

Fact 4: Progenitor of the Stewart Kings of Scotland

Fact 5: 1371 to 1390, Reigned as King of Scotland

Fact 6: Was succeeded by his son John who called himself King Robert, III

More About EUPHEMIA LESLIE:

A.k.a: Euphemia, Countess of Moray

Child of ROBERT STUART and MOIRA LEITCH is:

i. JOHN36 STEWART.

More About JOHN STEWART:

A.k.a: John Stewart, Sherrif of Bute.

Children of ROBERT STUART and MARION CARDNY are:

ii. ALEXANDER36 STEWART.

More About ALEXANDER STEWART:

A.k.a: Rev. Alexander Stewart, Canon of Glasgow

iii. JOHN STUART.

More About JOHN STUART:

A.k.a: John Stuart of Arntullie

iv. JAMES STUART.

More About JAMES STUART:

A.k.a: James Stuart of Kinfauns

v. WALTER STUART.

vi. JOHN STEWART.

More About JOHN STEWART:

A.k.a: John Stewart, Lord of Burley

vii. ALEXANDER STUART.

More About ALEXANDER STUART:

A.k.a: Sir Alexander Stuart of Inverlunan

viii. THOMAS STUART.

More About THOMAS STUART:

A.k.a: Thomas Stuart, Dean of Dunkeld.

Children of ROBERT STUART and ELIZABETH MURE are:

83. ix. JOHN36 STUART, b. 1337, Carrick, Scotland; d. April 1406, Dundonald County, Ayr, Scotland.

84. x. MARGARET STUART, b. Scotland.

xi. WALTER STUART, b. Scotland.

More About WALTER STUART:

A.k.a: Walter Stuart, Earl of Fife

xii. ROBERT STUART, b. 1339, Scotland.

xiii. ALEXANDER STUART, b. ca. 1343, Scotland; m. EUPHEMIA ROSS, Aft. 1361; b. Scotland.

More About ALEXANDER STUART:

A.k.a: Alexander, Earl of Buchan #1 / Wolf of Badenach

More About EUPHEMIA ROSS:

A.k.a: Countess Euphemia of Ross

Burial: Fortrose Cathedral, Ross and Cromarty, Scotland

Fact 1: Had 1 daughter and possibly more than 1 son

xiv. MARJORY STUART, b. Scotland.

xv. JEAN STUART, b. Scotland.

More About JEAN STUART:

A.k.a: Lady Jean Stuart

xvi. KATHERINE STUART, b. Scotland.

xvii. ELIZABETH STUART, b. Scotland.

Children of ROBERT STUART and EUPHEMIA LESLIE are:

xviii. DAVID36 STUART, b. 1356.

More About DAVID STUART:

A.k.a: David, Earl of Caithness

xix. WALTER STUART, b. ca. 1360.

More About WALTER STUART:

A.k.a: Walter Stuart, Earl of Atholl

xx. MARGARET STUART.

xxi. ELIZABETH CATHERINE STUART.

More About ELIZABETH CATHERINE STUART:

A.k.a: Catherine Stuart

xxii. EGIDIA STUART.

xxiii. ISABELLA STUART.

77. WILLIAM35 died 1214.

More About WILLIAM:

A.k.a: King William of Scotland / William the Lion

Fact 1: Middle son

Fact 2: Succeeded his brother Malcolm, IV as King of Scotland

Fact 3: 1165 to 1214, Reigned in Scotland

Fact 4: Was succeeded by his son Alexander, II as King of Scotland

Child of WILLIAM is:

85. i. ALEXANDER36, d. 1249.

78. DAVID35 died 1219.

More About DAVID:

A.k.a: David, Earl of Huntingdon

Fact 1: Youngest son

Children of DAVID are:

86. i. MARGARET36.

87. ii. ISABELLA.

 

Generation No. 36

79. JOHN36 MAC DHOMHUILL was born in Scotland, and died Bef. 1380.

Child of JOHN MAC DHOMHUILL is:

i. ANGUS37 MAC DHOMHUILL, b. Scotland.

More About ANGUS MAC DHOMHUILL:

Children: No issue.

80. RANALD36 MAC DHOMHUILL was born in Scotland, and died 1386. He married MISS STEWART. She was born in Athol, Scotland.

More About RANALD MAC DHOMHUILL:

A.k.a: Ranald Mac Dhomhuill, High Steward of the Isles

Fact 1: Ancestor of Clanranald and Glengarry

Children of RANALD MAC DHOMHUILL and MISS STEWART are:

i. ALAN37 MAC DHOMHUILL, b. Scotland; d. 1430; m. MISS STEWART; b. Appin, Scotland.

More About ALAN MAC DHOMHUILL:

A.k.a: Progenitor of the Clan Ranald

ii. DONALD MAC DHOMHUILL, b. Scotland; d. 1420; m. MISS FRASER; b. Lovatt, Scotland.

More About DONALD MAC DHOMHUILL:

Residence: Glengarry, Scotland

More About MISS FRASER:

Residence: Glengarry, Scotland.

81. DONALD36 MAC DHOMHUILL was born in Scotland, and died 1422. He married MARGARET LESLIE, daughter of WALTER DE LESLY and EUPHEMIA ROSS. She was born Aft. 1361, and died ca. 1435.

More About DONALD MAC DHOMHUILL:

A.k.a: Donald of Islay, Earl of Ross, 2nd Lord of the Isles

Burial: St. Oran's Chapel, Iona, Scotland

Fact 1: Eldest son of Donald's 2nd marriage

Fact 2: 1411, Fought the Battle of Harlaw to keep his wife's inheritance.

Fact 3: At this time he gathered 10,000 MacDonalds to fight the Regent Duke of Albany.

Fact 4: Claimed the Eardom of Ross but later renounced it & became vassel to the crown

More About MARGARET LESLIE:

A.k.a: Lady Margaret Leslie, Countess of Ross

Fact 1: Only daughter of the Countess of Ross; inherited the title when her brother died without issue

Child of DONALD MAC DHOMHUILL and MARGARET LESLIE is:

88. i. ALEXANDER37 MAC DHOMHUILL, b. Scotland; d. 1449.

82. EWEN36 MAC DUGALL was born in Scotland.

Children of EWEN MAC DUGALL are:

i. JANET37 MACDUGALL, b. Scotland.

ii. ISABELLA MACDUGALL, b. Scotland.

83. JOHN36 STUART was born 1337 in Carrick, Scotland, and died April 1406 in Dundonald County, Ayr, Scotland.

More About JOHN STUART:

A.k.a: King Robert, III of Scotland

Fact 1: Succeeded his father as King of Scotland

Fact 2: 1390 to 1406, Reigned as King of Scotland; changed his name to Robert as he thought the name John was bad luck

Fact 3 1: 1399 to 1424, A Regency was established to govern Scotland when Robert became too ill to govern; this Regency continued after his death until his son James was freed from English captivity

Fact 3 2: 1399 to 1402, His son David was appointed to govern when Robert became ill

Children of JOHN STUART are:

i. DAVID37 STUART, b. Scotland; d. 1402, Falkland Palace, Scotland.

More About DAVID STUART:

A.k.a: David, Duke of Rothesay / Regent of Scotland

Cause of Death: Starvation

Fact 1: 1399, When his father became too ill to govern, David was appointed to govern Scotland

Fact 2: 1402, Imprisoned by the Duke of Albany in Falkland Palace because of his dissolute ways; the Duke of Albany became Governor of Scotland after David's death

Occupation: 1399 to 1402, Governor of Scotland

ii. JAMES STUART, b. Scotland.

More About JAMES STUART:

A.k.a: King James, I King of Scotland

Fact 1: 1406, After his brother David's death, his father sent him to France; he was taken captive by the Englishand taken south to incarceration in England

Fact 2: 1406 to 1420, The Duke of Albany was officially declared Regent when James' father died

Fact 3: 1420 to 1424, After the death of the duke of Albany, his son Murdoch became Regent

Fact 4: 1424, James was released from prison in England when Murdoch paid a payment of 60,000 marks to the English

Fact 5: 1424 to 1437, Reigned as King of Scotland

Fact 6: 1426, Arrested Murdoch the Regent and his two sons and had them executed.

84. MARGARET36 STUART was born in Scotland. She married JOHN MAC DHOMHUILL ca. July 1350, son of AONGUS MAC DHOMHUILL and AGNES O'CAHAN. He was born ca. 1326 in Scotland, and died 1380.

More About MARGARET STUART:

A.k.a: Princess Margaret of Scotland

More About JOHN MAC DHOMHUILL:

A.k.a: Eoin Mor de Yle / Good John of Islay, 1st Lord of the Isles / Ian Fraoch

Burial: St. Oran's Chapel, Iona, Scotland

Fact 1: 1329, Assumed the title of Lord of the Isles

Fact 2: Supported the Balliols against Robert the Bruce and was allied with King Edward, II of England

Marital Status: Married twice

Children are listed above under (73) John Mac Dhomhuill.

85. ALEXANDER36 died 1249.

More About ALEXANDER:

A.k.a: King Alexander, II of Scotland

Fact 1: Succeeded his father William as King of Scotland

Fact 2: 1214 to 1249, Reigned in Scotland

Fact 3: Was succeeded by his son William, III as King of Scotland

Child of ALEXANDER is:

89. i. ALEXANDER37.

86. MARGARET36 She married ALLAN.

More About MARGARET:

A.k.a: Margaret of Huntingdon

More About ALLAN:

A.k.a: Allan of Galloway

Child of MARGARET and ALLAN is:

90. i. DEVORGILLA37.

87. ISABELLA36 She married ROBERT BRUCE, XIII.

More About ISABELLA:

A.k.a: Isabella of Huntingdon

More About ROBERT BRUCE, XIII:

A.k.a: Robert de Brus

Child of ISABELLA and ROBERT BRUCE is:

91. i. ROBERT37 BRUCE, d. 1292.

 

Generation No. 37

88. ALEXANDER37 MAC DHOMHUILL was born in Scotland, and died 1449. He met (1) ELIZABETH UNKNOWN.

More About ALEXANDER MAC DHOMHUILL:

A.k.a: Alexander de Yle, Earl of Ross / 3rd Lord of the Isles

Children: With legitimate and illegitimate issue

Fact 1: He & son Hugh controlled the Hebrides from Islay & Kintyre to the butt of Lewis.

Fact 2: Also controlled most of Argyll and the modern Inverness County.

Fact 3: Also held the County of Antrim in Ireland.

Fact 4: Became Earl of Ross on the death of his mother

Fact 5: 1430, Title was acknowledged by the Crown

Fact 6: His illegitimate son inherited the title when his own son rebelled against the Crown

Marital Status: Married once; mistress bore him several children

Occupation: Justiciar of Scotland

Children of ALEXANDER MAC DHOMHUILL and ELIZABETH UNKNOWN are:

92. i. JOHN38 MAC DHOMHUILL, d. 1503.

93. ii. CELESTINE MAC DHOMHUILL, b. Scotland; d. 1476.

Children of ALEXANDER MAC DHOMHUILL are:

94. iii. HUGH ALEXANDER38 MAC DHOMHUILL, b. Scotland; d. 1498.

iv. DONALD MAC DHOMHUILL, b. Scotland.

More About DONALD MAC DHOMHUILL:

Fact 1: ca. 1469, Donald was legitimized when his half brother John forfeited his title.

89. ALEXANDER37

More About ALEXANDER:

A.k.a: King Alexander, III of Scotland

Fact 1: Succeeded his father Alexander, II as King of Scotland

Fact 2: 1249 to 1286, Reigned in Scotland

Fact 3: 1292, Was succeeded by John Balliol as King of Scotland as Alexander had no male heir and his young grandaughter Margaret died on the voyage from Norway to Scotland

Child of ALEXANDER is:

95. i. MARGARET38.

90. DEVORGILLA37 She married JOHN BALLIOL.

More About JOHN BALLIOL:

A.k.a: John de Balliol

Child of DEVORGILLA and JOHN BALLIOL is:

96. i. JOHN38 BALLIOL.

91. ROBERT37 BRUCE died 1292.

More About ROBERT BRUCE:

A.k.a: Robert de Brus, XIV of Annandale

Child of ROBERT BRUCE is:

97. i. ROBERT38 BRUCE, d. 1304.

 

Generation No. 38

92. JOHN38 MAC DHOMHUILL died 1503. He met ELIZABETH LIVINGSTONE.

More About JOHN MAC DHOMHUILL:

A.k.a: John, Earl of Ross, Baron of Sleat #1, Last Lord of the Isles

Children: No legitimate issue

Fact 1: ca. 1469, Rebelled against the Crown and declared himself independance

Fact 2: 1471, Forfeited the title 'Lord of the Isles' and Earldom of Ross which was annexed to the Crown

Fact 3: Last of his line to claim the title, 'Lord of the Isles' and 1st MacDonald 'Baron of Sleat'

Fact 4: 1503, His illegitimate half brother Hugh inherited the title 'Baron of Sleat'

Child of JOHN MAC DHOMHUILL and ELIZABETH LIVINGSTONE is:

98. i. ANGUS OG39 MAC DHOMHUILL, b. Scotland; d. 1490.

93. CELESTINE38 MAC DHOMHUILL was born in Scotland, and died 1476.

More About CELESTINE MAC DHOMHUILL:

Residence: Localsh, Scotland

Child of CELESTINE MAC DHOMHUILL is:

99. i. ALEXANDER39 MAC DHOMHUILL, b. Localsh, Scotland.

94. HUGH ALEXANDER38 MAC DHOMHUILL was born in Scotland, and died 1498. He married (1) ELIZABETH GUNN, daughter of MR. GUNN. She was born in Caithness, Scotland.

More About HUGH ALEXANDER MAC DHOMHUILL:

A.k.a: Hugh, 2nd Baron of Sleat

Fact 1: 1469, Hugh was legitimized when his half brother John forfeited his title

Fact 2: 1469, Received charter for the lands of Sleat and Uist from his brother John

Child of HUGH MAC DHOMHUILL and ELIZABETH GUNN is:

100. i. DONALD GALLACH39 MAC DHOMHUILL, d. 1506.

Child of HUGH ALEXANDER MAC DHOMHUILL is:

ii. MR.39 MAC DHOMHUILL.

More About MR. MAC DHOMHUILL:

Fact 1: 1506, Murdered his half-brother Donald Gallach, the 3rd Baron of Sleat.

95. MARGARET38 She married ERIC. He died 1283.

More About ERIC:

A.k.a: King Eric of Norway

Child of MARGARET and ERIC is:

i. MARGARET39, b. Norway; d. 1290, At sea.

More About MARGARET:

A.k.a: Margaret, Maid of Norway

Fact 1: Died in childhood on voyage from Norway to Scotland.

96. JOHN38 BALLIOL

More About JOHN BALLIOL:

A.k.a: King John of Scotland / John de Balliol / Empty Coat

Fact 1: 1292, Was chosen to rule by King Edward, I of England to rule after Margaret, Maid of Norway grandaughter and heir of David, I died in childhood on the voyage from Norway to Scotland; he was the g.g.g.grandson of King David, I of Scotland

Fact 2: 1292 to 1296, Reigned in Scotland

Fact 3: 1295, Renounced his allegiance with King Edward, I of England and concluded a treaty with France

Fact 4: 7 July 1296, Abdicated after King Edward, I invaded Scotland; was captured and sent to England

Fact 5: Was succeeded by Robert the Bruce as King of Scotland

Child of JOHN BALLIOL is:

i. EDWARD39 BALLIOL.

More About EDWARD BALLIOL:

A.k.a: King Edward Balliol of Scotland

Fact 1: ca. 1332, Returned to Scotland with King Edward, II of England who won a battle at Halidon, Hill near Berwick, Scotland and forced King David, II to flee to France

Fact 2: 1334 to 1341, Reigned as King of Scotland

Fact 3: 1341, Was ousted as king on return of King David, II of Scotland from France

Fact 4: 1356, At Roxburgh, Scotland he gave up all claim to the Scottish throne; was pensioned off by Edward, III of England.

97. ROBERT38 BRUCE died 1304. He married MARJORIE.

More About ROBERT BRUCE:

A.k.a: Robert de Brus, XV (La vieil)

Children: Had at least 2 daughters

Fact 1: ca. 1296, Held Carlisle for the English

More About MARJORIE:

A.k.a: Countess Marjorie of Carrick

Children of ROBERT BRUCE and MARJORIE are:

101. i. ROBERT39 BRUCE, b. 11 July 1274, Writtle, Chelmsford, Essex; d. 7 June 1329, Cardross Castle, Firth of Clyde, Scotland.

ii. NIGEL BRUCE, d. 1306, Berwick, Scotland.

More About NIGEL BRUCE:

Cause of Death: Hanged, drawn and quartered by King Edward, I's forces

Fact 1: 1306, Captured by Lame John of Lorne and put to death by the English

iii. THOMAS BRUCE, d. 1307, Carlisle, Scotland.

More About THOMAS BRUCE:

Cause of Death: Hanged by the English

Fact 1: 1307, Landed in Loch Ryan, Scotland with a force from Ireland in defence of brother Robert; captured by Dougal MacDowal

iv. ALEXANDER BRUCE, d. 1307, Carlisle, Scotland.

More About ALEXANDER BRUCE:

Cause of Death: Hanged by the English

Fact 1: 1307, Landed in Loch Ryan, Scotland with a force from Ireland in defence of brother Robert; captured by Dougal MacDowal

v. EDWARD BRUCE, d. Ireland.

More About EDWARD BRUCE:

Fact 1: 1307, Waged a fierce campaign in Galloway against de Umfraville and the English troops in their castles in support of Edward's brother Robert

Fact 2: 1308, Defeated the combined forces of Sir rolland of Galloway and Alasdair Mac Dhomnhull of Islay; Alisdair was captured but escaped to Castle Sween in Knapdale, Scotland

Fact 3: 1313, Beseiged Sir Phillip Mowbray and the English forces at Stirling Castle.

 

Generation No. 39

98. ANGUS OG39 MAC DHOMHUILL was born in Scotland, and died 1490. He met MARGARET UNKNOWN, daughter of MR. UNKNOWN. She was born in Argyll, Scotland.

More About MARGARET UNKNOWN:

A.k.a: Lady Margaret

Child of ANGUS MAC DHOMHUILL and MARGARET UNKNOWN is:

i. DONALD DUFF40 MAC DHOMHUILL, d. 1545.

More About DONALD DUFF MAC DHOMHUILL:

A.k.a: Donald Dubh.

99. ALEXANDER39 MAC DHOMHUILL was born in Localsh, Scotland.

More About ALEXANDER MAC DHOMHUILL:

A.k.a: Sir Alexander Mac Dhomhuill of Localsh

Fact 1: His daughter Margaret was his heiress

Children of ALEXANDER MAC DHOMHUILL are:

i. DONALD GALLDA40 MAC DHOMHUILL, d. 1519.

More About DONALD GALLDA MAC DHOMHUILL:

A.k.a: Sir Donald Gallda

ii. MARGARET MAC DHOMHUILL, m. DONALD MAC DHOMHUILL; b. Glengarry, Scotland.

More About MARGARET MAC DHOMHUILL:

Fact 1: Heiress to her father's estate

Residence: Glengarry, Scotland

More About DONALD MAC DHOMHUILL:

A.k.a: Donald Mac Dhomhuill, 6th of Glengarry

Residence: Glengarry, Scotland.

100. DONALD GALLACH39 MAC DHOMHUILL died 1506. He married AGNES CATHANAC, daughter of JOHN CATHANAC.

More About DONALD GALLACH MAC DHOMHUILL:

A.k.a: Donald, Baron of Sleat #3

Cause of Death: Murdered by his half brother

Fact 1: 1498, Inherited titles and lands from his father

Child of DONALD MAC DHOMHUILL and AGNES CATHANAC is:

102. i. DONALD GRUAMACH40 MAC DHOMHUILL, b. Bef. 1506; d. 1534.

101. ROBERT39 BRUCE was born 11 July 1274 in Writtle, Chelmsford, Essex, and died 7 June 1329 in Cardross Castle, Firth of Clyde, Scotland. He married (1) ISABEL UNKNOWN 1296, daughter of DONALD UNKNOWN and HELEN UNKNOWN. She was born in Mar, Scotland, and died 1297 to 1302. He married (2) ELIZABETH DE BURGH 1302.

More About ROBERT BRUCE:

A.k.a: King Robert, I of Scotland / Earl of Carrick / Robert the Bruce, XVI

Burial: Dunfermline Abbey, Fife, Scotland

Cause of Death: Leprosy

Fact 1: ca. 1296, Tried to win King Edward, I of England's favour to repossess his lands in Annandale against the Comyn interest

Fact 2: 1300, Began secret negotiations with King Phillip of France

Fact 3: 1304, Inherited his father's estates and swore fealty to Edward, I for the fourth time

Fact 4: 10 February 1306, Stabbed his rival Red Comyn in the church of the Minorite Friars in Dumfries, Scotland; Edward, I had him excommunicated

Fact 5: 27 March 1306, As g.g.g.g.grandson of King David, I he wasnext in line in the succesion; he declared himself King of Scotland at Scone Abbey, Perthshire

Fact 6: 1306, By the autumn, his wife, 2 sisters and and daughter were being held captive in iron cages at Kildrummie, Scotland and his brother Nigel had been hanged, drawn and quartered at Berwick, Scotland; he escaped capture from Lame John of Lorne

Fact 7: 1306, Sought refuge with Angus Og Mac Domnhull who transported him to the island of Rathlin off the coast of Antrim, Ireland

Fact 8: 1306 to 1329, Reigned as King of Scotland

Fact 9: 23 to 24 June 1313, Won a battle on Sterling Plain against King Edward, II's English forces under de Umfraville

Fact 10: 24 June 1314, Was victorious at Bannockburn against Edward, I of England.

Fact 11: May 1328, Signed peace treaty at Northampton with King Edward, III of England

Fact 12: 1323 to 1327, Began a 13 year truce with King Edward, II of England which was broken by his successor and son Edward, III

Fact 13: Was succeeded by his son David, II as King of Scotland; Randolph and later Donald Earl of Mar were proclaimed Regent untill Robert's son David was old enough to rule

Marital Status: Married twice

More About ISABEL UNKNOWN:

Marital Status: 1st wife of Robert

More About ELIZABETH DE BURGH:

A.k.a: Queen Elizabeth of Scotland as her husband's consort

Fact 1: ca. 1306, Crowned Queen of Scotland

Fact 2: 1306, Taken prisoner at Kildrummie, Scotland by King Edward, I of England's forces and kept prisoner in a cage ; her husband's daughter Marjorie and his 2 sisters were also captured and held

Fact 3: 1313, Released from English captivity

Fact 4: 1302 to 1323, After having been barren for many years, she finally had a child, the male heir to the throne

Marital Status: 2nd wife of Robert

Child of ROBERT BRUCE and ISABEL UNKNOWN is:

103. i. MARJORY40 BRUCE, b. ca. 1297, Scotland; d. 2 March 1316, Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland.

Children of ROBERT BRUCE and ELIZABETH DE BURGH are:

ii. DAVID40 BRUCE, b. 5 March 1323; m. (1) JOANNA, 12 July 1328, Berwick, Scotland; b. ca. 1322, England; d. 1363; m. (2) MARGARET LOGIE, ca. 1363.

More About DAVID BRUCE:

A.k.a: King David, II of Scotland

Children: No issue

Fact 1: Eldest child of his father's second marriage

Fact 2: Succeeded his father as King of Scotland

Fact 3: 1329, Became King of Scotland at age 5 years after death of his father

Fact 4: 1329 to 1371, Reigned as King of Scotland

Fact 5: 1332, Fled to France and was granted asylum at Chateau Gaillard when King Edward, III of England invaded Scotland and won a battle at Halidon Hill near Berwick; Edward Balliol son of King John Balliol was named King of Scotland in 1334 until 1341

Fact 6: 1341, Returned to Scotland and loyal Scots rallied under Robert the Steward to take back the crown for him

Fact 7: 1346, Invaded England and fought a battle at Neville's Cross, Durham which he lost; taken prisoner and sent to the Tower of London for 11 years

Fact 8: December 1357, Released and obliged to pay a large ransom to Edward, III of England

Fact 9: Was succeeded by his nephew Robert Stewart, son of his sister Marjorie, as King of Scotland

More About JOANNA:

A.k.a: Princess Joanna of England

Children: No issue

More About MARGARET LOGIE:

Children: No issue

Marital Status: 2nd wife of David; David was her 5th husband

iii. ROBERT BRUCE.

More About ROBERT BRUCE:

A.k.a: Robert Bruce, XVII of Liddesdale

iv. MARGARET BRUCE.

v. MATILDA BRUCE.

vi. JOHN BRUCE.

vii. NEIL BRUCE.

More About NEIL BRUCE:

A.k.a: Sir Neil of Carrick

viii. WALTER BRUCE.

More About WALTER BRUCE:

A.k.a: Walter of Odistoun

ix. CHRISTINA BRUCE.

More About CHRISTINA BRUCE:

A.k.a: Christina of Carrick

x. MARGARET BRUCE.

xi. ELIZABETH BRUCE.

 

Generation No. 40

102. DONALD GRUAMACH40 MAC DHOMHUILL was born Bef. 1506, and died 1534. He married CATHERINE UNKNOWN, daughter of CAPTAIN OF CLANRANALD.

More About DONALD GRUAMACH MAC DHOMHUILL:

A.k.a: Donald "the Grim", Baron of Sleat #4

Fact 1: 1506, Inherited titles and lands from his father

Fact 2: 30 April 1527, Signed a bond of offence and defence

Fact 3: 1538, One of the 9 chiefs who submitted to King James, V

Child of DONALD MAC DHOMHUILL and CATHERINE UNKNOWN is:

104. i. DONALD GORM41 MAC DHOMHUILL, b. Duntulm, Skye, Scotland; d. 1539, Eileandonnan Castle, Kintail, Skye, Scotland.

103. MARJORY40 BRUCE was born ca. 1297 in Scotland, and died 2 March 1316 in Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland. She married WALTER STUART 1315, son of ALEXANDER STUART and JANE. He was born 1293 in Scotland, and died 9 April 1326.

More About MARJORY BRUCE:

A.k.a: Princess Marjorie of Scotland

Burial: Paisley Abbey, Renfrewshire, Scotland

Cause of Death: Fall from a horse

Fact 1: 1306, Taken prisoner at Kildrummie, Scotland by King Edward, I of England's forces and kept prisoner in a cage ; her mother and 2 aunts who were her fathers's sisters were also captured and held

Fact 2: 1313, Released from English captivity

More About WALTER STUART:

A.k.a: Walter Stuart, 6th High Steward of Scotland

Fact 1: 1318, Seiged the fortress of Berwick for 11 weeks, captured and held it against King Edward, II of Englanfd\\d

Occupation: Hereditary High Steward of Scotland

Child is listed above under (71) Walter Stuart.

 

Generation No. 41

104. DONALD GORM41 MAC DHOMHUILL was born in Duntulm, Skye, Scotland, and died 1539 in Eileandonnan Castle, Kintail, Skye, Scotland. He married MARGARET MAC LEOD, daughter of SIOL TORQUIL MAC LEOD. She was born in Isle of Lewis, Scotland.

More About DONALD GORM MAC DHOMHUILL:

A.k.a: Donald "Sassunach", Baron of Sleat #5 / Earl of Ross

Cause of Death: Arrow wound in the foot

Fact 1: The chiefs of Sleat now resided at Duntulm, Skye.

Fact 2: 1534, He inherited his father's titles and estates; his claims to the Lordship of the Isles and Earldom of Ross were disputed by MacKenzie of Kintail

Fact 3: 1539, Took possession of Trotternish and invaded Kintail; he besieged Eileandoon Castle, Kintail, Skye which was in the possession of MacKenzie of Kintail

Fact 4: 1539, Died while besieging Alexander of Kintail's castle

Child of DONALD MAC DHOMHUILL and MARGARET MAC LEOD is:

105. i. DONALD GORMESON42 MACDONALD, b. 1519 to 1525, Sleat, Skye, Scotland; d. 1585.

 

Generation No. 42

105. DONALD GORMESON42 MACDONALD was born 1519 to 1525 in Sleat, Skye, Scotland, and died 1585. He married MARY MACLEAN, daughter of HECTOR MOR MACLEAN. She was born in Duart, Mull, Scotland, and died Bef. 1585.

More About DONALD GORMESON MACDONALD:

A.k.a: Donald, Baron of Sleat #6

Fact 1: 1539, Was a minor when his father died; he inherited his father's titles and estates

Children of DONALD MACDONALD and MARY MACLEAN are:

i. DONALD GORM MOR43 MACDONALD, b. Sleat, Skye, Scotland; d. December 1616, Mull, Scotland.

More About DONALD GORM MOR MACDONALD:

A.k.a: Donald, Baron of Sleat #7

Children: No issue

Fact 1: 1585, Eldest son who inherited his father's titles and lands

Fact 2: 1610, Defeated while trying to recapture his lands in Mull from the MacLeans; he was taken captive by the MacLeans after a second attempt but the Government ordered his release and imprisoned him in Edinburgh; he paid a heavy fine and was released

Fact 3: December 1616, Kept the peace for a 6 years but was finally slain while trying once again to invade and capture the MacLean lands in Mull, Scotland

Fact 4: December 1916, His nephew Donald succeeded him

106. ii. ARCHIBALD MACDONALD, d. Bef. 1616.

107. iii. SORLEY BURHE MACDONALD, b. 1543; d. 1590.

iv. MISS MACDONALD, b. Skye, Scotland; m. AONGHAS NA GAOITHE / AONGHAS MHARTAIN; b. Aft. 1558, Skye, Scotland; d. Kilmuir, Parish of Trotternish, Skye, Scotland;.

More About MISS MACDONALD:

Marital Status: 2nd wife of Aonghas

Notes for AONGHAS NA GAOITHE / AONGHAS MHARTAIN:

Credit to George Martin of Colorado and his sources George Wilcox & Nolan Moran of North Carolina, Dan Roberts of South Carolina and Mr. Meredith K. Gardener of Washington, DC for their research into the descendants of Aonghas Mhartain to modern day Martins in USA. Their excellent work gave me the info up to the point where the Martins left Skye for PEI . PEI info garnered from author Malcolm MacQueen, public records and numerous private individuals and other genealogists. Thank you for freely sharing your work.

More About AONGHAS NA GAOITHE / AONGHAS MHARTAIN:

A.k.a: Angus of the Storms / Angus Martin

Burial: Kilmuir Churchyard, Parish of Trotternish, Skye, Scotland

Children: Had 7 sons of which at least 4 were with Bernice; unknown if he had daughters

Fact 1: Was born during the early years of Queen Elizabeth, I's reign (1558-1603)

Fact 2: Lieut. to Sorley Burhe (Somhairle Buide) his MacDonald kinsman in Antrim, Ireland

Fact 3: "Clan Mhartain, siol Shionnach" (The children of Martin, a tribe of foxes)

Fact 4: Was 1st tacksman of Beallach for services rendered to his MacDonald chief

Marital Status: Married twice

Occupation: Renown soldier and sailor / wrote poetry and sonnets.

 

Generation No. 43

106. ARCHIBALD43 MACDONALD died Bef. 1616.

More About ARCHIBALD MACDONALD:

A.k.a: Sir Archibald, Baron of Sleat #8

Fact 1: 2nd son

Marital Status: Married

Children of ARCHIBALD MACDONALD are:

108. i. DONALD GORME OIG44 MACDONALD, d. October 1643.

109. ii. ALEXANDER MACDONALD.

107. SORLEY BURHE43 MACDONALD was born 1543, and died 1590.

More About SORLEY BURHE MACDONALD:

A.k.a: Somhairle Buide / Sorley Boy, Earl of Tyrone #1

Fact 1: His Lieut. in Ireland was Aongus Mhartain

Military service: Fought in Antrim Ireland for Donald Gormeson MacDonald

Child of SORLEY BURHE MACDONALD is:

110. i. JAMES44 MACDONALD, d. 1601.

 

Generation No. 44

108. DONALD GORME OIG44 MACDONALD died October 1643. He married JANET MACKENZIE, daughter of KENNETH MACKENZIE.

More About DONALD GORME OIG MACDONALD:

A.k.a: Sir Donald MacDonald, 8th Lord of Sleat / 1st Baronet of Sleat / 1st Baronet of Nova Scotia

Fact 1: December 1616, Succeeded his uncle Donald to the tiltles

Children of DONALD MACDONALD and JANET MACKENZIE are:

111. i. JAMES MOR45 MACDONALD, b. ca. 1616; d. 8 December 1678, Skye, Scotland.

ii. ALEXANDER MACDONALD.

109. ALEXANDER44 MACDONALD

Child of ALEXANDER MACDONALD is:

112. i. MARY45 MACDONALD.

110. JAMES44 MACDONALD died 1601.

More About JAMES MACDONALD:

A.k.a: Sir James MacDonald, Baron of Tyrone #2

Child of JAMES MACDONALD is:

113. i. ALEXANDER45 MACDONALD.

 

Generation No. 45

111. JAMES MOR45 MACDONALD was born ca. 1616, and died 8 December 1678 in Skye, Scotland. He married (1) MARGARET MACKENZIE 23 February 1633 in Ross & Cromarty County, Skye, Scotland, daughter of RODERICK MACKENZIE. She was born in Tarbat, Scotland. He married (2) MARY MACLEOD 1661, daughter of IAIN MOR MACLEOD.

Notes for JAMES MOR MACDONALD:

Credit to Karen Linneberg for her help in the research of the descendants of Sir James Mor MacDonald (abt 1616-1678) and his wives Margaret MacDonald and Mary MacLeod.

More About JAMES MOR MACDONALD:

A.k.a 1: Sir James Mor MacDonald, 2nd Baronet of Sleat / 2nd Baronet of Nova Scotia

A.k.a 2: Sheumais MacDonald, 10th MacDonald chief of Sleat

Fact 1: 1643, Eldest son who inherited his father's titles and estates

Fact 2: 1645, Joined Montrose

Fact 3: 3 September 1651, Retired to Skye after defeat at Worcester but continued to support the Charles, II in England

Marital Status: Married twice

More About MARGARET MACKENZIE:

Marital Status: 1st wife of James

More About MARY MACLEOD:

Marital Status: 2nd wife of James

Children of JAMES MACDONALD and MARGARET MACKENZIE are:

114. i. DONALD46 MACDONALD, b. 1633 to 1640; d. 1695.

115. ii. HUGH MACDONALD, b. Glenmore, Scotland.

116. iii. CATHERINE MACDONALD, b. Sleat, Skye, Scotland.

117. iv. FLORENCE MACDONALD.

v. JAMES MACDONALD, b. Aird in Sleat, Skye, Scotland.

vi. JOHN MACDONALD, b. Bernisdale, Scotland.

118. vii. RONALD MACDONALD.

119. viii. SOMERLED MACDONALD, b. 1641, Sartle, Skye; d. 1700.

Child of JAMES MACDONALD and MARY MACLEOD is:

120. ix. JOHN46 MACDONALD, b. Balconie, Scotland.

112. MARY45 MACDONALD She married DONALD MACGILLE MHARTAIN, son of TAOS MHARTAIN and JANET MACDONALD.

More About DONALD MACGILLE MHARTAIN:

A.k.a: Donald Martin, 3rd of Beallach

Military service: 1644 to 1645, Fought in the campaign of Montrose under the MacDonald banner

Occupation: 3rd tacksman of Beallach, Skye, Scotland

Children of MARY MACDONALD and DONALD MHARTAIN are:

121. i. DONALD46 MARTIN.

122. ii. JOHN MARTIN.

iii. MARTIN MARTIN.

iv. MARY MARTIN.

113. ALEXANDER45 MACDONALD

More About ALEXANDER MACDONALD:

A.k.a: Sir Alexander MacDonald, Baronet of Tyrone #1

Child of ALEXANDER MACDONALD is:

123. i. JAMES46 MACDONALD, d. 1698.

 

Generation No. 46

114. DONALD46 MACDONALD was born 1633 to 1640, and died 1695.

More About DONALD MACDONALD:

A.k.a: Sir Donald MacDonald, 3rd Baronet of Sleat

Children: Had at least 3 sons

Fact 1: 1678, Eldest son who inherited his father's titles and estate

Children of DONALD MACDONALD are:

124. i. DONALD47 MACDONALD.

ii. MR. MACDONALD.

More About MR. MACDONALD:

Fact 1: 2nd son

125. iii. WILLIAM MACDONALD.

115. HUGH46 MACDONALD was born in Glenmore, Scotland.

More About HUGH MACDONALD:

Fact 1: 2nd son

Children of HUGH MACDONALD are:

126. i. HUGH47 MACDONALD, b. Glenmore, Scotland; d. Portree, Skye, Scotland.

127. ii. MARGARET MACDONALD.

116. CATHERINE46 MACDONALD was born in Sleat, Skye, Scotland. She married NORMAN MACLEOD, son of RORY MACLEOD and ISABELLA MACDONALD. He was born in Bernera, Scotland, and died 3 March 1705.

More About CATHERINE MACDONALD:

Fact 1: Eldest daughter

More About NORMAN MACLEOD:

A.k.a: Sir Norman MacLeod

Education: 1622, Glasgow University, Scotland

Fact 1: 3rd son

Fact 2: Patron of the poetess, Mary MacLeod (Mairi n'ini Alasdair Ruaidh)

Children of CATHERINE MACDONALD and NORMAN MACLEOD are:

i. ISABELLA47 MACLEOD, b. Bernera, Scotland; m. RODERICK MACNEILL.

More About RODERICK MACNEILL:

A.k.a: Roderick, 13th Chief of the Barra MacNeills

ii. CATHERINE MACLEOD, b. Bernera, Scotland; m. ALEXANDER MACLEOD.

More About ALEXANDER MACLEOD:

A.k.a: Alexander, 6th Chief of the Raasay MacLeods

Fact 1: Succeeded his cousins Iain Garbh and Alexander MacLeod.

117. FLORENCE46 MACDONALD She married JOHN MACLEOD. He died 1693.

More About FLORENCE MACDONALD:

Fact 1: 2nd daughter

More About JOHN MACLEOD:

A.k.a: Iain Breac MacLeod, 18th chief of Dunvegan MacLeods

Fact 1: his "tutor" was Dr. Martin Martin of Trotternish who wrote "The History of the Western Isles" in 1693

Children of FLORENCE MACDONALD and JOHN MACLEOD are:

128. i. RODERICK47 MACLEOD, d. 1699.

ii. NORMAN MACLEOD.

More About NORMAN MACLEOD:

A.k.a: Norman MacLeod, 20th Chief of Dunvegan MacLeod

iii. WILLIAM MACLEOD, d. youth.

iv. ISABELLA MACLEOD.

v. JANET MACLEOD.

118. RONALD46 MACDONALD

Children of RONALD MACDONALD are:

i. HUGH47 MACDONALD, b. Baleshare, Scotland.

More About HUGH MACDONALD:

A.k.a: Capt. Hugh MacDonald

Military service: Capt. in Hanoverian militia

129. ii. MR. MACDONALD.

119. SOMERLED46 MACDONALD was born 1641 in Sartle, Skye, and died 1700. He married MARY MACLEOD, daughter of MURDO MACLEOD. She was born in Isle of Raasay, Scotland.

More About SOMERLED MACDONALD:

A.k.a: Soirlee / Samuel MacDonald

Emigration: 1803

Fact 1: 4th son

Children of SOMERLED MACDONALD and MARY MACLEOD are:

130. i. MARGARET47 MACDONALD, b. Sartle, Skye, Scotland.

ii. MR. MACDONALD.

iii. JAMES MACDONALD.

iv. MR. MACDONALD.

131. v. HUGH MACDONALD, b. Armadale, Scotland; d. 1780, North Carolina.

120. JOHN46 MACDONALD was born in Balconie, Scotland. He married ALICE MACKENZIE 27 June 1698.

More About JOHN MACDONALD:

Fact 1: His descendants are the Cnocowe MacDonalds

Fact 2: Received lands of Monkstadt, Cnocowe and others from his father and brother Donald

Children of JOHN MACDONALD and ALICE MACKENZIE are:

132. i. ELIZABETH47 MACDONALD.

133. ii. ANGUS ROY MACDONALD, b. Aft. 1698.

121. DONALD46 MARTIN He married ISABELLA MACDONALD. She was born in Cuidrach, Scotland.

More About DONALD MARTIN:

A.k.a: Donald Martin, 4th of Beallach

Military service: 1689, Fought at Killiecrankie with brother John and Sir Donald MacDonald

Occupation: 4th tacksman of Beallach, Skye, Scotland

Children of DONALD MARTIN and ISABELLA MACDONALD are:

134. i. MARTIN47 MARTIN.

ii. DONALD MARTIN.

iii. MARY MARTIN.

135. iv. JOHN MARTIN.

122. JOHN46 MARTIN He married JANET MACDONALD, daughter of DONALD MACDONALD.

More About JOHN MARTIN:

Occupation: Tacksman of Flodigarry and abt. 1705 was tacksman of Kingsburough.

Child of JOHN MARTIN and JANET MACDONALD is:

136. i. MARTIN47 MARTIN.

123. JAMES46 MACDONALD died 1698. He married MARY O'BRIEN, daughter of DANIEL O'BRIEN and ELLEN FITZGERALD.

More About JAMES MACDONALD:

A.k.a: Sir James MacDonald, Baronet of Tyrone #2

Children of JAMES MACDONALD and MARY O'BRIEN are:

i. ALEXANDER47 MACDONALD.

More About ALEXANDER MACDONALD:

A.k.a: Sir Alexander MacDonald, Baronet of Tyrone #3

137. ii. DANIEL MACDONALD, b. Kilbrackon, Clare.

 

Generation No. 47

124. DONALD47 MACDONALD

More About DONALD MACDONALD:

A.k.a: Sir Donald MacDonald, 4th Baronet of Sleat / Donald of the Wars

Fact 1: 1695, Eldest son who Inherited his father's titles and estates

Fact 2: 1715, Lost his estates when he took part in the 'Rising of 1715'

Child of DONALD MACDONALD is:

138. i. ALEXANDER48 MACDONALD.

125. WILLIAM47 MACDONALD

More About WILLIAM MACDONALD:

A.k.a: William, The Tutor MacDonald

Fact 1: 3rd son

Child of WILLIAM MACDONALD is:

139. i. FLORENCE48 MACDONALD.

126. HUGH47 MACDONALD was born in Glenmore, Scotland, and died in Portree, Skye, Scotland. He married ELIZABETH MACDONALD, daughter of JOHN MACDONALD and ALICE MACKENZIE.

More About HUGH MACDONALD:

A.k.a: Rev. Hugh MacDonald

Occupation: 1st clergyman of Portree, Skye Scotland

Children of HUGH MACDONALD and ELIZABETH MACDONALD are:

140. i. ALEXANDER48 MACDONALD, b. Courthill House, Kishorn, Loch Carron, Scotland; d. 19 November 1815.

ii. MR. MACDONALD.

More About MR. MACDONALD:

Emigration: America.

127. MARGARET47 MACDONALD She married DONALD MACQUEEN, son of ARCHIBALD MACQUEEN.

More About DONALD MACQUEEN:

A.k.a: Rev. Donald MacQueen

Degree: 27 July 1663, M.A. from Edinburgh University

Fact 1: Deprived of his parish when he refused to conform to Presbyterianism after the Revolution

Occupation 1: Succeeded his father as minister of Snizort (6 miles West of Portree), Skye, Scotland

Occupation 2: Archdeacon of the Isles under the Episcopal regime

Residence: 1710, Rigg, Scotland

Children of MARGARET MACDONALD and DONALD MACQUEEN are:

141. i. ARCHIBALD48 MACQUEEN, b. 1671; d. 24 September 1754.

142. ii. ANN MACQUEEN.

128. RODERICK47 MACLEOD died 1699. He married ISABEL MACKENZIE, daughter of KENNETH MOR MACKENZIE.

More About RODERICK MACLEOD:

A.k.a: Roderick MacLeod, 19th Chief of Dunvegan MacLeods

More About ISABEL MACKENZIE:

A.k.a: Lady Isabel MacKenzie

Child of RODERICK MACLEOD and ISABEL MACKENZIE is:

143. i. ANNE48 MACLEOD.

129. MR.47 MACDONALD

Child of MR. MACDONALD is:

144. i. NORMAN48 MACDONALD, b. ca. 1742, Scalpay, Scotland; d. 28 December 1823, Berniesdale, Scotland aged 81.

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