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, Gillbride 2nd Earl of Angus
(About 1114-Before 1189)
MAC DABÍD, Henry of Scotland, Earl of Northumbria, Huntingdon
(1114-1152)
DE VARENNE, Ada Countess of Warwick
(About 1120-About 1170)
(PROBABLY NOT MORGUND’S SON), Gilchrist 4th Earl of Angus
(About 1150-)
Marjorie of Huntingdon
(About 1155-About 1213)
Duncan 4th Earl of Mar & 5th Earl of Angus
(About 1175-1244)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Unknown

Duncan 4th Earl of Mar & 5th Earl of Angus 1

  • Born: About 1175
  • Marriage (1): Unknown
  • Died: 7 February 1244 2 3

   Other names for Duncan were EHISLACH, Donnchadh 4th Earl of Mar and EHISLACH, Duncan.

  Research Notes:

DIVISION

The Mormaerdom seems initially to have rotated between two kin-groups, that represented by Morggán, and that represented by Gille Críst. The Mormaerdom was split upon the accession of Donnchadh, a descendant of Morggán. Donnchadh got the title of Mormaer and the wealthier and militarily more useful upland parts of Mar, and Thomas Durward, a descendant of Gille Críst through the female line, got the coastal, low-lying arable land. The line of Mormaers ended when Mormaer Thomas died childless in 1374.

from Wikipedia


Duncan married.


Sources


1 Internet Site, https://www.clanmacfarlanegenealogy.info/genealogy.

2 Internet Site, http://tribeofmar.com/.

3 e-books, The Earldom of Mar: Letters by Crawford, Lindsay etc (1882).


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