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Donnchad mac Crínáin Dunkeld King Duncan I of Scotland
(Abt 1001-1040)
Edward of England
(Abt 1016/1017-1057)
(Between 1025/1035-After 1068)
Máel Coluim mac Donnchada Dunkeld King Malcolm III of Scotland
Margaret of England
(Between 1046/1053-1093)
Edward Dunkeld
(After 1070-1093)


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Edward Dunkeld

  • Born: After 1070
  • Died: 16 Nov 1093

  General Notes:

EDWARD (-Edwardsisle, near Jedburgh 16 Nov 1093, bur Tynemouth St Albans). Florence of Worcester records that "rex Scottorum Malcolmus et primogenitus filius suus Eadwardus" were killed in battle in Northumbria "die S Bricii" [13 Nov] by the army of "Rotberti Northymbrorum comitis". He is named, and his parentage given, by Roger of Hoveden, who lists him first of the sons. The Chronicle of John of Fordun names "Edward, Edmund, Ethelred, Edgar, Alexander and…David" as the sons of King Malcolm and his wife. The Chronicle of John of Fordun records that, according to "William", "Edmund…was privy to his brother Duncan´s death, having…bargained with his uncle [Donald] for half the kingdom" but was captured and "kept in fetters for ever". He died from wounds received at the battle of Alnwick during a raid on England led by his father. The Annals of Ulster record that "Mael Coluim son of Donnchad, over-king of Scotland, and Edward his son, were killed by the French in Inber Alda in England". Matthew Paris reports that the remains of "regis Scotorum Malcolmi et Edwardi filii sui" were found at Tynemouth, commenting that both had been killed fighting "Robertus de Mumbrai".

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