Cunedda Wledig

     Cunedda Wledig was born in Scotland. He was the son of Edern (Aeternus).
Cunedda Wledig married Gwawl ferch Coel, daughter of Coel Hen or Godebog and Ystradwel ferch Gadeon.

daughter of Gilbert, Earl of Strathearn,

     Daughter of Gilbert, Earl of Strathearn, married William de Hambleden.

Child of daughter of Gilbert, Earl of Strathearn, and William de Hambleden

Daughter,,

     Daughter, was the daughter of Crinan the Thane, and Beatrice or Bethoc.
Crinan's daughter was the mother of Moddan, titular Earl of Caithness, who was slain at Thurso in 1040.

Daughter,,

     Daughter, married Aed or Aeth, MacAlpin, King of Scotland, son of Kenneth, MacAlpin, King of Scots.
Daughter, married Doir,, son of Aed or Aeth, MacAlpin, King of Scotland and Daughter,. She was born. She was the daughter of King Osbert of Northumberland.

Child of Daughter,, and Aed or Aeth, MacAlpin, King of Scotland

Daughter,,

     Daughter, was the daughter of Robert the Chamberlain.
Daughter, married Ralph fitz Olaf. She brought a moiety of the smaller manor of Wilbraham in marriage. She may have been the sister of Robert.
There is no direct statement that Ralph married a daughter of Robert, the Chamberlain of the earl of Richmond, but the conclusion is derived from the evidence of Henry II's confirmation charter that his wife brought with her a moiety of the smaller manor of Wilbraham, and a garbled account given in 1279 from a Hundred Roll entry abstracted by Farrer in Feudal Cambridgeshire, p.122/123, as follows: "An unknown King of England held (the vill of) Great Wilburham in his own hands and gave one moiety thereof to Nele de Chaunberlein with the advowson of the church; the said Nele gave a moiety of his moiety to one Robert de (Insu)la with one of his daughters, which tenement Robert de Insula now holds, namely 200 a., of the honor of Richmond after Nele's death 100 a. descended hereditarily to his 5 daughters, of which Edmund de Sardelowe holds 90a. for the term of his life of John de Lovetot, who held of the honor of Brittany; R.Hund. II 490 b"
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Child of Daughter,, and Ralph fitz Olaf

Daughter,, of Norway

     Daughter, of Norway married Ferguard,, son of Murdoch. Daughter, of Norway was born in Norway. She was the daughter of Eric, I, King of Norway.

Child of Daughter,, of Norway and Ferguard,,

David Duke of Rothesay, Earl of Atholl

(1378 - 26 March 1402)
     David Duke of Rothesay, Earl of Atholl was born in 1378 in Scotland. He was the son of Robert, III Stewart, King of Scotland and Annabella Drummond. David was created Earl of Carrick circa April 1390. David was created Duke of Rothesay on 28 April 1398. David was created Earl of Atholl on 6 September 1398.
     David died on 26 March 1402 in Falkland, Fife. He died without issue and his honours reverted to the Crown.

David, I, King of Scotland 1124-53

(circa 1084 - 24 May 1153)
     David, I, King of Scotland 1124-53 married Maud, 2nd Countess of Huntingdon,, daughter of Waltheof Earl of Northumbria & Huntingdon and Judith of Lens. David, I, King of Scotland 1124-53 was born circa 1084. He was the son of Malcom, III Canmor, King of Scotland.
David I, King of Scotland, (second son of Malcolm III), succeeded his brother, Alexander the Fierce, in 1124. He was the uncle of Empress Maude and also of her cousin Queen Matilda. He married Maud, grand-niece of William the Conqueror; and was Earl of Northumberland and Huntingdon when called to the Scottish throne. On the death of Henry I, king of England, he maintained the claim of his daughter Maud against King Stephen, and seized Carlisle, but was defeated at the battle of Northallerton in 1138. A negotiation was entered into the following year, by which Carlisle was suffered to remain in the possession of David. He died there in 1153.
David was brought up in the English court, where his sister was married to Henry I. By marriage and kingly sanction he had acquired the huge 'Honour of Huntingdon' with broad lands spreading across the counties of Huntingdonshire & Northamptonshire where several Anglo-Norman families who became prominent in Scottish history resided...
David I (1124-1153) : The last son of four of the sons of Malcolm Canmore to become King of Scotland, David I was sent to the English court of Henry I at the age of nine and spent many years there. When his brother Edgar died, David became Earl of southern Scotland and then King of Scotland in 1124 when his other brother Alexander I died also. David brought many knights and courtiers from England and established a feudal system in Scotland. He introduced many novel ideas such as silver coinage, promoting education and giving audiences to rich and poor alike. During a long and peaceful reign he enacted many good laws and died peacefully in Carlisle in 1153 at the age of 69.
     David died on 24 May 1153 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England.

Child of David, I, King of Scotland 1124-53 and Maud, 2nd Countess of Huntingdon,

Doir,,

(870 - 936)
     Doir, married Daughter,. Doir, was born in 870. He was the son of Aed or Aeth, MacAlpin, King of Scotland and Daughter.
     Doir died in 936.

Child of Doir,,

Dolfin,,

(before 1068 - )
      Dolfin, is believed to be identical with Dolfin, the ruler of Cumbria under King Malcolm III of Scotland. He was, however, expelled from his jurisdiction in 1092 by King William Rufus,' and nothing further is known of him.
Wikipedia states: he seems to have received from Malcolm the government of Carlisle. Dolfin has also been identified with Dolfin de Bradeley and is believed to be the progenitor of the Bradley, Staveley, De Hebden, and Thoresby families. Dolfin, was born before 1068. He was the son of Gospatrick Earl of Northumbria.

Domangart

     Domangart was the son of Fergus Mor Mac Erc.

Child of Domangart

Domangart

     Domangart was the son of Donald Brec.

Child of Domangart

Donada,,

     Donada, was the daughter of Malcolm, II, King of Scotland.
Donada, married Finlaech, Mormaer of Moray,.

Child of Donada,, and Finlaech, Mormaer of Moray,

Donald Bane,,

     Donald Bane, was the son of Duncan, I, King of Scotland.

Donald Lord of the Isles

( - circa 1423)
     Donald Lord of the Isles was the son of John Lord of the Isles and Margaret Stewart.
Donald Lord of the Isles married Mary Leslie, daughter of Sir Walter de Leslie and Euphemia, Countess of Ross,.
     Donald died circa 1423.

Child of Donald Lord of the Isles and Mary Leslie

Donald, 6/10th Earl of Mar,

( - between 1297 and 1302)
     Donald, 6/10th Earl of Mar, was the son of William 5/9th Earl of Mar and Murial Unknown.
Donald, 6/10th Earl of Mar, married Ellen of Wales ferch Llywelyn the Great, daughter of Llywelyn The Great ab Iowerth Prince of Gwynedd and Joan,. There is also a record of a "Helen" daughter of "Llywelyn of Wales" who married Mormaer Maol Choluim II, Earl of Fife and later married Domhnall I, Earl of Mar. The dates appear to rule out this being Elen, since Maol Chaluim II did not die until 1266 while Elen's death is recorded in 1253. Some genealogists propose the existence of another Elen, an illegitimate daughter born towards the end of Llywelyn's life, but there is no clear evidence for this. Another possibility is that this Helen might have been an illegitimate daughter of Llywelyn the Last born when he was a young man, but there is also no evidence of the theory being true.More likely this lady was Susannah ferch Llywelyn ab Iorwerth, who was sent to England in 1228 and married the earl of Fife in the summer of 1237. Ref: G.E. Cockayne "Complete Peerage" Update.
Donald, 6/10th Earl of Mar, married Murial Unknown.
     Donald died between 1297 and 1302. Domhnall (or Donald) Ehislach, 6th Earl, d. 1295 or 1297.
Wikipedia (Sep 2010) states: Domhnall I Earl of Mar - Domhnall mac Uilleim (Donald, William's son) - was the seventh known Mormaer of Mar, ruling from 1276 until his death somewhere between 1297 and 1302.
Domhnall was a strong supporter of the Bruce cause during the crisis of the late 13th century. He was at Norham in 1292, probably in the camp of Robert de Brus, then Earl of Carrick.
He was married to Helen (sometimes called Ellen), natural daughter of Llywelyn the Great of Wales, who herself had previously been married to Mormaer Maol Choluim II, Earl of Fife. By Helen, he had three sons, including his successor Gartnait, and two daughters. His daughter Isabella of Mar was the first wife of Robert I of Scotland and mother of Marjorie Bruce who married Walter 6th High Steward, the parents of Robert II and the Royal Stewart Kings of Scotland.
The last record of a living Domhnall comes from 1297, and the earliest record of his son Gartnait as Mormaer is from 1305, creating the range of Domhnall's possible year of death to somewhere in between these two points. However, a document dating to 1302, containing terms of reconciliation between Edward I and Robert, stipulates that Robert should act as warden of Gartnait, implying that Domhnall had just died..

Child of Donald, 6/10th Earl of Mar, and Ellen of Wales ferch Llywelyn the Great

Child of Donald, 6/10th Earl of Mar,

Donald, II, King of Scotland

( - 863)
     Donald, II, King of Scotland was the son of Constantine MacAlpin.
     Donald died in 863.

Child of Donald, II, King of Scotland

Donnchadh of Mar

( - circa 1244)
     Donnchadh died circa 1244. Donnchadh (or Duncan) Ehislach, 4th Earl.

Child of Donnchadh of Mar

Duncan Earl of Carrick

(before 1170 - 13 June 1250)
      Having compromised matters with his cousin Roland, who had rival claims, obtained from King William the Lion, before 1196, the district of Carrick, formed out of the old Cumbrian kingdom, part of ancient Galloway, with the title of Earl of Carrick. He took part with King John of England in his Irish wars. See wikipedia for further information.
Duncan Earl of Carrick married Avelina FitzWalter or FitzAlan or Stewart, daughter of Alan FitzWalter High Steward of Scotland. There is some uncertainty about this marriage. Duncan Earl of Carrick was born before 1170. He was the son of Gilbert of Galloway.
In 1176, he was handed over by his father Gille Brigte to King Henry II of England as a hostage, to ensure the good behaviour of the former.
     Duncan died on 13 June 1250.

Child of Duncan Earl of Carrick and Avelina FitzWalter or FitzAlan or Stewart

Duncan, I, King of Scotland

( - 15 August 1040)
     Duncan, I, King of Scotland was the son of Crinan the Thane, and Beatrice or Bethoc. Duncan, I, King of Scotland was also known as Donnchad mac Crinain in records.
Duncan the First, the 'gracious Duncan' of Shakespeare's great tragedy of Macbeth, who was King of the Cumbrians, and succeeded his maternal grandfather King Malcolm II on 25 November 1031. He was murdered by Macbeth at Bothnagowan, now called Pitgaveny, near Elgin, 14 August 1040. By his wife, a kinswoman of Siward, Earl of Northumberland, he was father of Malcolm III. (Ceannmor) and of Donald Bane, successively Kings of Scots.'
The Medieval genealogy mailing list discussed:
> What source is there to show that Duncan mac Crinan died in 1040? Who ruled Scotland from that time till his father's death in 1045?
Duncan I of Scotland was killed by or at the behest of Macbeth, Mormaer of Moray on 14 Aug 1040 [1]. The only primary source I have at hand is the Annals of Ulster which states under the year 1040: "Donnchad son of Crínán, king of Scotland, was killed by his own people." [2]
Macbeth reigned from 1040 until 1057 at which time he was killed (on 15 Aug at Lumphanan, Aberdeenshire) by Mael Coluim III mac Donnchad [3]. I can't seem to find any entry in AU for this but there is a brief mention of his stepson Lulach's death the year after (1058):
"Lulach son of Gilla Comgain, over-king of Scotland, was killed in battle by Mael Coluim son of Donnchad." [4].
     Duncan died on 15 August 1040 in Pitgaveny, near Elgin, Moray, Scotland. He was killed by Macbeth (Mac Bethad mad Finclaidh).

Children of Duncan, I, King of Scotland

Duncan, II, King of Scotland

(circa 1060 - 12 November 1094)
     Duncan, II, King of Scotland was born circa 1060 in Scotland. He was son of Malcolm III (Máel Coluim mac Donnchada) and his first wife Ingibiorg Finnsdottir, widow of Thorfinn Sigurdsson. He was the son of Malcom, III Canmor, King of Scotland.
Duncan, II, King of Scotland married Uchtreda, Queen of Scotland, daughter of Gospatrick Earl of Northumbria, circa 1094. Athelreda, who was married, about 1094, to Duncan II, King of Scots, (Donnchad II of Alba, son of King Malcolm Canmore) and became the mother of William Fitz Duncan, Earl of Moray, who lived until 1151 or later, as in that year King David I restored to him his honour of Skipton and others. His male line ended in the 'Boy of Egremont,' whose heiresses were his three sisters." There was another son named Gospatric, but of his history nothing is known.
     Duncan died on 12 November 1094.

Child of Duncan, II, King of Scotland and Uchtreda,, Queen of Scotland

Dunclina,,

     Dunclina, was the daughter of Kenneth, II, King of Scotland.
Dunclina, married Kenneth, son of Ferguard, and Daughter, of Norway.

Child of Dunclina,, and Kenneth

Dylan Draws of Nanconwy

     Dylan Draws of Nanconwy was born in Wales.

Child of Dylan Draws of Nanconwy

Edern (Aeternus)

     Edern (Aeternus) was the son of Padarn Beisrudd (Paternus).

Child of Edern (Aeternus)

Edmund Earl of Lancaster

( - 1296)
     Edmund Earl of Lancaster married Aveline de Fortibus, daughter of William de Fortibus Count of Aumale and Isabel de Redvers Countess of Aumale, in April 1269.
On his wife's death he obtained her father's vast estates but not her mother's property e.g. Harewood as she was living.
     Edmund died in 1296.

Edward, III, King of England

(13 November 1312 - 21 June 1377)
     Edward, III, King of England was born on 13 November 1312.
Edward, III, King of England married Queen Philippa,.
     Edward died on 21 June 1377 aged 64.

Child of Edward, III, King of England

Ellen, (of Galloway),

Elystan Glodrydd,, King of Rhwng Gwy ag Hafren

(circa 970 - )
     Elystan Glodrydd, King of Rhwng Gwy ag Hafren was born circa 970 in Wales. He was the son of Cuhelyn ab Ifor ab Ifor and Gwen ferch Gronwy ap Tudur.
Elystan Glodrydd, King of Rhwng Gwy ag Hafren married Gwenllian f Einion (?), daughter of Einion ab Owain (?).
Rhwyng Gwy ag Hafren was between Wye & Severn. Little is known of this early 11th century king of what is now Radnorshire but from him descend the princes of Elfael and Maelienydd whose sovereignty lasted till 1234, and the families of Lloyd of Wenallt, Pryce of Newtown and Lloyd of Coedmore....

Child of Elystan Glodrydd,, King of Rhwng Gwy ag Hafren and Gwenllian f Einion (?)

Emma, of Brittany,

     Emma, of Brittany, married Sir Robert de Brus. Emma, of Brittany, was the daughter of Allan, Earl of Brittany.

Child of Emma, of Brittany, and Sir Robert de Brus

Eochaid

( - 1696)
     Eochaid was the son of Domangart.
     Eochaid died in 1696.

Child of Eochaid