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Duncan of Strathearn * 890 † 937

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890 geboorte:

Huwelijk: Gora Thorsteinsdotter [MacGregor]

~ 915 geboorte van kind: Duncan van Dunkeld [Dunkeld] * ~ 915 † 965

937 overlijden:

Notities

Heredtiary Priest of Dule, Abbot of Dunkfield

from Clans and Families of Ireland and Scotland IX. The Gaels

The Cineal Conaill in Scotland were known as the Kindred of St. Columba, the great saint who founded lona. This epithet was applied to all the descendants of St. Columba’s great-grandfather, Conall Gulban, but was especially applied to branches within the clan devoted to ecclesiastical pursuits, especially in Scotland. Thus the Kindred was comprised of several early saints, and also of the hereditary abbots of Iona, Kells, Derry and Dunkeld, some of whom were descended from the Saint Columba’s brother. The Kindred of St. Columba remained closely connected to the Abbey at lona despite changes in political control and the distance from the Cineal Conall homeland in Donegal. In 1164 King Somerled of the Isles (see under MacDonald) invited the chief co-arb (see Chapter IV) of St. Columba to accept the Abbacy of lona; but the Cineal Connaill would not allow the Columban primacy (which first went from lona to Kells, and then to Derry in Donegal, the homeland of the Kindred) to pass from Derry back to the Hebrides.

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  1. Ireland in Early Medieval Europe: Studies in Memory of Kathleen Hughes Dorothy Whitelock Cambridge University Press, Jul 8, 1982 -

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Duncan van Dunkeld
geboorte: ~ 915
overlijden: 965, Battle Of Duncrub, Perthshire, Scotland
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Duncan
geboorte: ~ 940
overlijden: 990, Perthshire
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