Person:Duncan I of Scotland (1)

     
Duncan I "the Sick" Maccrinan, of Scotland
m. Abt 1010
  1. Maldred _____, Earl of DunbarAbt 1003 - Abt 1045
  2. Duncan I "the Sick" Maccrinan, of Scotland1013 - 1040
  • HDuncan I "the Sick" Maccrinan, of Scotland1013 - 1040
  • WSibyl FitzsiwardAbt 1009 - 1040
m. 1030
  1. Malcolm III "Canmore" of Scotland1031 - 1093
  2. Donald III of ScotlandAbt 1033/34 - Aft 1097
  3. Máel Muire _____, Earl of AthollAbt 1038 -
  4. Duncan Moray1038 -
  5. Marguerite _____, Princess of ScotlandBef 1040 - Aft 1070
Facts and Events
Name[1] Duncan I "the Sick" Maccrinan, of Scotland
Alt Name[1] Donnchad "An t-Ilgarach" mac Crinain
Alt Name[1] Donnchadh mac Crìonain
Gender Male
Birth? 1013 Blair Atholl, Perthshire, ScotlandHouse of Dunkeld
Alt Marriage 1029 Scotlandto Sibyl Fitzsiward
Marriage 1030 Atholl, Perth, Scotlandto Sibyl Fitzsiward
Title (nobility)[9] Bet Nov 1034 and 1040 ScotlandKing of Alba; Secondary date: 1 JUL 1034
Death[1] 14 Aug 1040 Elgin, Moray, Scotland
Burial[1] Iona, Kilfinichen and Kilvickeon, Argyll, Scotland
Reference Number? Q26326?


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Donnchad mac Crinain (Modern Gaelic: Donnchadh mac Crìonain; anglicised as Duncan I, and nicknamed An t-Ilgarach, "the Diseased" or "the Sick"; ca. 1001 – 14 August 1040)[1] was king of Scotland (Alba) from 1034 to 1040. He is the historical basis of the "King Duncan" in Shakespeare's play Macbeth.

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  3.   Burke's Perage 99th Ed (GS #942 D22bup prefix pp. 285-86).
  4.   Dict. of Nat'l Biog. (GS #920.042 D561n vol 16 pp. 157-58).
  5.   A Vindication of Macbeth (GS #929.2706 M288c pp. 7, 14).
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  9. Nancy L Kuehl, A Seale Anthology Second Edition
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  10.   DUNCAN [Donnchad], son of CRINAN "the Thane" Mormaer of Atholl & his wife Bethoc of the Scots ([1001]-killed in battle either Bothganowan/Pitgaveny, near Elgin, or Burghead 14 Aug 1040, bur Isle of Iona), in Cawley, Charles. Medieval Lands: A prosopography of medieval European noble and royal families.
  11.   Donnchad (Duncan) I mac Crínáin, in Baldwin, Stewart, and Todd Farmerie. The Henry Project (King Henry II ): Ancestors of King Henry II.