Scotland (House of Atholl)

This family of Scottish Kings is commonly known as the House of Atholl

A1. Crinan the Thane, m. Bethoc, daughter of King Malcolm II of the Scots.

B1. Duncan I, King of Scots, m. N. N., cousin of Siward, Earl of Northumberland.

  • C1. Malcolm III "Ceannmor", King of Scots, b. abt. 1031, killed in action at Alnwick, 13 Nov 1093, m. 1stly abt. 1059 Ingeborg (in her 2nd marriage, m. 1stly Thorfinn Sigurdsson, Earl of Orkney), daughter of jarl Finn Arnason; m. 2ndly at Dunfermline 1069 to St. Margaret (d. 16 Nov 1093 at Edinburgh Castle), daughter of Edward Ætheling, King of England.
    • D1. *by 1* Duncan II, King of Scots, b. abt. 1060, killed 12 Nov 1094, m. Ethelreda of Dunbar.
      • E1. William FitzDuncan, m. Alice, daughter of Robert de Rumley, with issue.
    • D2. *by 1* Donald, d. 1085.
    • D3. *by 2* Edward, wounded at Alnwick, d. near Jedburgh 16 Nov 1093.
    • D4. *by 2* Edmund, Prince of Cumbria, d. at Montague, Somersetshire.
    • D5. *by 2* Ethelred, Earl of Fife, Abbot of Dunkeld, bur. Kilrimont.
    • D6. *by 2* Edgar, King of Scots, d. 8 Jan 1107, bur. Dunfermline.
    • D7. *by 2* Alexander I, d. 23 Apr 1124 at Stirling, bur. Dunfermline, m. Sybilla (d. at Loch Tay 12 Jul 1122), illegitimate daughter of Henry I, King of England, and Sybilla Corbet.
      • E1. *illeg.* Malcolm.
    • D8. *by 2* David I "the Saint", King of Scots, b. abt. 1080, d. at Carlisle 24 May 1153, bur. Dunfermline, m. abt 1114 to Matilda (in her 2nd marriage, m. 1stly Simon de St. Liz), daughter of Waltheof, Earl of Huntingdon (son of Siward, Earl of Northumberland).
      • E1. Malcolm, d. young.
      • E2. Claricia.
      • E3. Hodierna.
      • E4. Henry, Earl of Northumberland and Huntingdon, d. 12 Jun 1152, bur. Kelso, m. 1139 to Ada de Warenne (d. 1178), daughter of William, Earl of Warenne, 2nd Earl of Surrey.
        • F1. Malcolm IV "the Maiden", King of Scots, b. 20 Mar 1142, d. at Jedburgh 9 Dec 1165.
          • G1. *illeg.* a son.
        • F2. William "the Lion", King of Scots, d. at Stirling 4 Dec 1214, bur. Arbroath, m. 5 Sep 1186 to Ermengarde (d. 11 Feb 1234, bur. Balmerino), daughter of Richard, viscount of Bellemonte.
          • G1. Alexander II, King of Scots, b. at Haddington, 24 Aug 1198, d. at Kerrera 8 Jul 1249, bur. Melrose, m. 1stly 19 Jun 1221 to Joan, daughter of John, King of England (d. at York, 4 Mar 1238, bur. Tarrant Keynstan, Dorsetshire); m. 2ndly 15 May 1239 to Maria (bur. Newbottle; in her 1st marriage, m. 2ndly to Jean de Brienne, of Acre, in turn son of John, King of Jerusalem), daughter of Enguerrand III, Baron de Coucy.
            • H1. *by 2* Alexander III, King of Scots, b. at Roxburgh 4 Sep 1241, killed by a fall from his horse at Kinghorn, 19 Mar 1286, bur. Dunfermline, m. 1stly at York 26 Dec 1251 to Margaret, daughter of Henry III, King of England (d. Feb. 1275, bur. Denfermline); m. 2ndly at Jedburgh 14 Oct 1285, Yolanda, countess of Montfort (in her 1st marriage; m. 2ndly May 1294 to Arthut II, Duke of Bretagne), daughter of Robert IV, Count of Dreux.
              • I1. Alexander, prince of Scotland, b. 21 Jan 1264, d. at Lindores 17 Jan 1284, m. at Roxburgh 15 Nov 1282 to Marguerite (in her 1st marriage; m. 2ndly Renaud I, count of Gueldres), daughter of Guy, count of Flanders.
              • I2. David, b. 20 Mar 1273, d. Jun 1281.
              • I3. Margaret, b. at Windsor 28 Feb 1261, d. 9 Apr 1283 at Tönsberg, Norway, bur. Christ Kirk, Bergen, Norway, m. Aug 1281 to Erik Magnusson, King of Norway (in his 1st marriage; m. 2ndly 1293 to Isabel Bruce, sister of King Robert I). In this marriage she became the mother of Margaret, the Maid of Norway.
            • H2. *illeg.* Marjory, m. Alan Durward.
          • G2. Margaret, m. at York 1221 to Hubert de Burgh, Justiciar of England and Ireland.
          • G3. Isabella, m. Roger Bigod, Earl of Norfolk.
          • G4. Marjory, d. 17 Nov 1244, bur. London, m. at Berwick 1 Aug 1235 to Gilbert, Earl of Pembroke.
          • G5. *illeg.* Robert de London.
          • G6. *illeg.* Henry Galightly.
            • H1. Henry Galightly.
          • G7. *illeg. by a daughter of Robert Avenel* Isabella, m. 1stly 1183 to Robert de Brus, m. 2ndly 1191 to Robert de Ros.
          • G8. *illeg.* Ada, d. 1200, m. Patrick de Dunbar, 5th Earl of Dunbar.
          • G9. *illeg. by a daughter of Adam de Hythus* Margaret, m Eustace de Vesci.
          • G10. *illeg. Aufrica, m. William de Say.
        • F3. David, Earl of Huntingdon, b. abt. 1144, d. at Jerdelay 17 Jun 1219, m. 26 Aug 1190 to Maud de Kevilioc, daughter of Hugh de Kevilioc, Earl of Chester.
          • G1. Robert, d. young, bur. Lindores.
          • G2. Henry, d. young, bur. Lindores.
          • G3. John le Scot, Earl of Chester, Earl of Huntingdon, d. s. p. 5 Jun 1237.
          • G4. Margaret, m. Alan, Lord of Galloway. She became the grandmother of John Baliol, King of Scotland.
          • G5. Isablla, m. Robert de Brus, Lord of Annandale.
          • G6. Ada, m. Henry de Hastynges.
          • G7. *illeg.* Henry of Stirling.
          • G8. *illeg.* Henry of Brechin, d. abt. Aug 1238, m. Juliana, possibly a daughter of Ralf de Cornhill.
            • H1. Sir William of Brechin, d. bef. 10 Dec 1292, m. Elena Comyn, daughter of Alexander Comyn, Earl of Buchan and his wife Elizabethe de Quincy.
              • I1. Sir David of Brechin, execured 1320 for conspiracy, m. 1stly Markaret of Bonkill (d. abt. Sep 1304; in her 2nd marriage, m. 1stly to Sir John Stewart, of Bonkill who was killed at Falkirk 1298), daughter of Sir Alexander of Bonkill; m. 2ndly Margery, maybe of the Ramsay family.
                • J1. *by 1* Margaret, m. abt. 1315 to Sir David Barclay, in her right Lord of Brechin.
          • G9. *illeg.* Ada, m. Malise, son of Ferteth, Earl of Strathearn.
        • F4. Ada, m. 1161 to Florent, Count of Holland.
        • F5. Margaret, m. 1stly 1160 to Conan IV, Duke of Bretagne, Earl of Richmond; m. 2ndly to Humphrey de Bohun, Earl of Hereford.
        • F6. Matilda, d. young 1152.
        • F7. ? Marjory.
    • D9. *by 2* Matilda, d. 1 May 1118, m. 11 Nov 1100 to Henry I, King of England.
    • D10. *by 2* Mary, d. 31 May 1116, m. 1102 to Eustace, Count of Boulogne.
  • C2. Melmare.
    • D1. Madach/Madeth, Earl of Atholl, d. bef. 1152, m. 1stly N. N., m. abt. 1133 to Margaret, daughter of Hakon, Earl of Orkney (in her 1st marriage, m. 2ndly Erland Ungi, Earl of Orkney (killed 1156).
      • E1. *by 1* Malcolm, Earl of Atholl, m. 1stly N. N.; m. 2ndly Hexilda (in her 2nd marriage, m. 1stly Richard Comyn who d. 1176), daughter of Uchtred (son of Waldeve of Tynedale) and his wife Bethoc (daughter of King Donald "Bane") - for all of which see below.
        • F1. *by 1* Simon.
        • F2. *by 1* Henry, Earl of Atholl, d. bef. 1211, m. Margaret.
          • G1. Isabella, Countess of Atholl, d. bef. 1237, m. Thomas of Galloway, Earl of Atholl, d. 1231, bur. Abbey of Cupar (son of Roland, Lord of Galloway, and brother of Allan of Galloway, Constables of Scotland), she may have m. 2ndly Alan Durward, Earl of Atholl in her right.
            • H1. *by 1* For the issue of Isabella by Thomas of Galloway, see Earls of Galloway.
            • H2. *by 2* ? Lora, d. possibly 1269, bur. Melrose.
          • G2. Fernelith, Countess of Atholl, m. Sir David Hasting, Earl of Atholl by right of his wife, bur. Abbey of Cupar (son of John Hasting of Dun, Forfarshire [d. aft. 1210])
            • H1. Ada Hasting, m. John of Strathbogie (son of David of Strathbogie, in turn son of Duncan, 6th Earl of Fife).
              • I1. For their issue, see the family of the Earls of Fife.
          • G3. *illeg.* Conan, kn. 1220.
            • H1. Ewen, m. Mary, daughter of Convall (son of Duncan, Laird of Tullibardine).
              • I1. ? a daughter, m. Andrew de Atholia.
            • H2. a daughter, m. Hath, son of Gilbrid.
        • F3. *by 1* Duncan.
        • F4. *by 1* Malcolm.
        • F5. *by ?* Bedoch.
          • G1. Kelehathonin.
        • F6. *by ?* Cristina and Margaret, one of which may have m. Thomas of Lundin, Doorward.
          • G1. ? Alan the Durward
          • G2. Colin of Lundin
      • E2. *by 2* Harald Maddason, Earl of Orkney, b. abt. 1134.
  • C3. Donald "Bane", succeeded to the throne after Malcolm, but was deposed, d. at Rescombie.
    • D1. Bethoc, m. Uchtred of Tynedale, son of Waldeve of Tynedale
      • E1. Hextilda, m. 1stly Richard Comyn, m. 2ndly Malcolm, 2nd Earl of Atholl (above).
Sources: Balfour Paul, J. (1904) The Scots Peerage, vol. 1. Edinburgh: David Douglas. // Balfour Paul, J. (1905) The Scots Peerage, vol. 2. Edinburgh: David Douglas.



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