Allan, Earl of Brittany,

     Allan, Earl of Brittany, was born in France.

Child of Allan, Earl of Brittany,

Alpin,, King of Scots

( - 841)
     Alpin, King of Scots was the son of Eochaid, the poisonous.
     Alpin died in 841.

Child of Alpin,, King of Scots

Anarawd ap Rhodri,, Prince of Gwynedd, King of North Wales

(before 870 - 916)
     Anarawd ap Rhodri, Prince of Gwynedd, King of North Wales was born before 870 in Wales. He was the son of Rhodri Mawr ap Merfyn and Angharad ferch Meurig.
     Anarawd died in 916 in Wales.

Children of Anarawd ap Rhodri,, Prince of Gwynedd, King of North Wales

Angus Og of Islay

     Angus Og of Islay was born in Scotland.

Children of Angus Og of Islay

Annun Ddu, 'King of Greece',

Child of Annun Ddu, 'King of Greece',

Arnulf, Seigneur de Hesdin,

     Arnulf, Seigneur de Hesdin, was born in France?. He was brother to Count Enguerrand de Hesdin.
     When he joined the crusade in 1090 his daughter Aveline became his nominated deputy in England.

Child of Arnulf, Seigneur de Hesdin,

Aveline,,

     Aveline, married Flaald Seneschal of Dol, son of Alan Seneschal of Dol.
     She was known as the Lady of Norton and her son Alan Fitz Flaald was baron of Oswestry during the reign of Henry I.. Aveline, was the daughter of Arnulf, Seigneur de Hesdin.

Child of Aveline,, and Flaald Seneschal of Dol

Banquo, Thane of Lochaber,

(990 - 1043)
     Banquo, Thane of Lochaber, married Muldivana (Maud) (?), daughter of Phaetus (?). Banquo, Thane of Lochaber, was born in 990. He was the son of Kenneth and Dunclina.
     Banquo died in 1043. He was slain by MacBeth.

Child of Banquo, Thane of Lochaber,

Beatrice or Bethoc,,

(say 980 - )
     Beatrice or Bethoc, was born say 980 in Scotland. She was the daughter of Malcolm, II, King of Scots.
     Beatrice or Bethoc, married Crinan the Thane, circa 1000.

Children of Beatrice or Bethoc,, and Crinan the Thane,,

Bleiddig (Bleddri)

     Bleiddig (Bleddri) married Tangwystl ab Owain (?), son of Owain ap Maredudd. Bleiddig (Bleddri) was born in Wales.

Child of Bleiddig (Bleddri) and Tangwystl ab Owain (?)

Brochwel Ysgythrog ap Cyngen,, King of Powys

( - 617)
     Brochwel Ysgythrog ap Cyngen, King of Powys was born in Wales. He was the son of Cyngen Glodrydd ap Cadell Ddyrnllug and Tudglid ferch Brychan.
     Brochwel Ysgythrog ap Cyngen, King of Powys married Arddun Benasgell ferch Pabo, daughter of Pabo Post Prydyn ap Ceneu (?).
     Brochwel died in 617.

Child of Brochwel Ysgythrog ap Cyngen,, King of Powys and Arddun Benasgell ferch Pabo

Cadell ap Rhodri,, King of South Wales

(before 876 - 910)
     Cadell ap Rhodri, King of South Wales was born before 876 in Wales. He was the son of Rhodri Mawr ap Merfyn and Angharad ferch Meurig.
     Cadell died in 910. He was the second son..

Child of Cadell ap Rhodri,, King of South Wales

Cadell Ddyrnllug,, King of Powys

     Cadell Ddyrnllug, King of Powys was the son of Cateyrn ap Gwrtheyrn.
     Cadell died in Powys, Wales.
     His parentage is dubious..

Child of Cadell Ddyrnllug,, King of Powys

Casnar Wledig

     Casnar Wledig was born in Powys, Wales.

Child of Casnar Wledig

Cathen ap Gwlyddien,, King of Dyfed & Brychan

     Cathen ap Gwlyddien, King of Dyfed & Brychan was born in Wales. Cathen was King of Dyfed & Brychan. He was the son of Gwlyddien ap Nowy (?) and Ceindrech ferch Rhiwallon.

Child of Cathen ap Gwlyddien,, King of Dyfed & Brychan

Catherine, of Cleves,

(25 May 1417 - 10 February 1479)
     Catherine, of Cleves, was also known as Catharina von Kleve in records. She was born on 25 May 1417. She was the daughter of Adolph Duke of Cleves and Mary de Bourgogne.
     Catherine, of Cleves, married Arnold d'Egmond Duke of Gueldres, son of John II d'Egmond and Mary van Arkel, on 26 January 1430 in Cleves.
     Catherine died on 10 February 1479 in Lobith, the Netherlands, aged 61. In Schilfgaarde's book, same page 105, her mother, Catharina van Kleef, died at Lobith 20 February 1476, and was buried in the Karthusian Convent/monastery "op ten Grave" near Wesel. The appropriate footnote tells that her remains, in 1590, were moved to the Dominican church in Wesel.

Child of Catherine, of Cleves, and Arnold d'Egmond Duke of Gueldres

child,,

(19 May 1450 - 19 May 1450)
     Child died on 19 May 1450. He was born on 19 May 1450. He was the son of James, II, King of Scotland and Mary of Gueldres Queen of Scotland.

Christian, I, King of Denmark

     Christian, I, King of Denmark was born in Denmark.

Child of Christian, I, King of Denmark

Coel Hen or Godebog

     Coel Hen or Godebog was born in England.
     Coel Hen or Godebog married Ystradwel ferch Gadeon, daughter of Gadeon ap Cynan (?).

Children of Coel Hen or Godebog and Ystradwel ferch Gadeon

Crinan the Thane,,

(circa 975 - 1045)
     J Balfour Paul states: Dunbar: 'the castle on the hill,' in East Lothian, gave name to this family, who are of Celtic origin, their earliest known ancestor being 'Crinan the Thane,' who flourished between 975 and 1045. His grandson was 'Gospatrick the Earl,' who was Earl of Northumberland from 1067 to 1072, in which year he had a grant of Dunbar with the adjacent lands in Lothian from King Malcolm Ceannmor. When surnames came into use Earl Gospatrick's descendants took their name from Dunbar, the lands and earldom of which they held for nearly four hundred years, from 1072 until the forfeiture on 11 January 1434-35 of George of Dunbar, eleventh Earl of Dunbar and fourth Earl of March. The Earls of Dunbar held great territories both in Scotland and in England, and they had the guardianship of the East March, a charge which either seems to have been sufficient to occupy them, or they were not ambitious, as although they were perhaps the most powerful of the Scottish nobility they do not appear to have ever held any of the high offices about the King. Though Gospatrick was the first Earl of Dunbar, it is necessary before treating him to give a short statement of his ancestry and immediate parentage. His grandfather, Crinan, known as 'Crinan the Thane,' of the kin of St Columba, was hereditary lay-abbot of Dunkeld and Seneschal of the Isles. He also held, with other lands, the territory called the 'Abthania, de Dul,' part of which is now the parish of Dull in Atholl'. Crinan the Thane, was born circa 975 in Scotland.
     Crinan the Thane, married Beatrice or Bethoc,, daughter of Malcolm, II, King of Scots, circa 1000.
     Crinan died in 1045. In attempting to avenge the death of his elder son King Duncan I Crinan was slain in battle 'with nine times twenty heroes'.
     I presume the lineage of the Earls of Dunbar is established by the Durham muniments (barring any forgeries); namely that Gospatric Earl of Dunbar was the son of Gospatrick, Earl, brother of Dolfin [Durham Cathedral Muniments: Miscellaneous Charters, Ch. 779].
that Waldef. Earl of Dunbar was the son of Gospatric, Earl of Dunbar [Durham Cathedral Muniments: Miscellaneous Charters, Ch. 787]
that Patrick I, Earl of Dunbar was the son of Waldef, Earl of Dunbar [Durham Cathedral Muniments: Miscellaneous Charters, Ch. 764]
that Patrick II, Earl of Dunbar was the son of Patrick I, Earl of Dunbar [Durham Cathedral Muniments: Miscellaneous Charters, Ch. 785]' and so on.
>Further to my last post. the following appears to be the reference in Historia Regum regarding the Earls of Northumberland/Dunbar.
Quo mortuo, Cospatricus, filius Maldredi filii Crinani, Willelmum regum adiens, multaemptum pecunia adeptus est comitatum Northymbrensium. Nam ex materno sanguine attinebat ad eum honor illius comitatus. Erat enim ex matre Algitha, filia Uchtredi comitis, quam habuit ex Algiva filia Agelredi Regis. Hanc Algitham pater dedit in conjugium Maldredo filio Crinani. Tenuit autem comitatum, donec rex causis ex supradictis ei auferret. Fugiens ergo ad Malcolmum non multo post Flandriam navigio petit. Cui post aliquantum tempus Scotiam reverso, donavit ei rex supradictus Dunbar cum adjacentibus terris in Lodoneio, ut ex his, donec lætiora redirent tempora, se suosque procuraret. Iste Cospatricus est pater Dolfini, Walthevi, et Cospatrici. Post Cospatricum datus est comitatus Walthevo, Siwardi comitis filio [Symeon of Durham. Symeonis Monachi Opera Omnia: Historia Regum. ed. Thomas Arnold. 2 vols. (London, 1885). Vol. 2, p. 199. Rolls Series no. 75].
From what I can gather it was Skene who promoted the connection between the two Crinans. Anderson's "Scottish Annals from English Chroniclers" pp. 80-1 cites vol. 1, pp. 215-6 of Symeon's work (from his "De Obsessione Dunelmi"), which Anderson translates as:
"But afterwards when he, that is, Utred, advanced more and more in the art of war, king Ethelred gave to him as wife his daughter Elfgiva. And by her he had a daughter Aldgitha, whom her father gave in marriage to Maldred, son of Crinan the thane; and by her Maldred had Gospatric, the father of Dolfin, of Waldeve and of Gospatric."
Anderson does take some liberties in his translations (most notably with respect to names), so the original Latin obviously needs to be checked
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Children of Crinan the Thane,, and Beatrice or Bethoc,,

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.