Person:Máel Muire, Earl of Atholl (1)

Máel Muire _____, Earl of Atholl
d.abt 1130s
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
  • HMáel Muire _____, Earl of AthollAbt 1038 -
  1. Matad of Atholl - Bet 1151 & 1161
Facts and Events
Name Máel Muire _____, Earl of Atholl
Gender Male
Birth? Abt 1038 Blair Atholl, Perthshire, Scotland
Marriage to Unknown
Death[1] abt 1130s
Reference Number? Q3331951?

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Máel Muire of Atholl was Mormaer of Atholl at the beginning of the 12th century, until sometime perhaps in the 1130s. According to the Orkneyinga Saga, Máel Muire was a son of king Donnchad I and a younger brother of King Máel Coluim III. A Malmori d' Athótla is mentioned in a charter relating to a year after 1130, contained within the Book of Deer. If the first part is true, and the second part refers to the same Máel Muire, then this Máel Muire lived for more than 90 years, between the death of King Donnchad I in 1040 and the 1130s. It seems likely that his paternal grandfather Crínán was also Mormaer of Atholl. Máel Muire then probably inherited the Mormaerdom in compensation for not inheriting the kingship.

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