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|Erc b about 350 AD d about 415|
|1.||Fergus, King of Scotss b about 400 d 506 sb 501?|
|A.||Domangart, King of Scotss b about 445 d 511|
|i.||Comgal, King of Scotss b about 485 d 535|
|a.||Conal I, King of Scots d 571|
|A||Conal II, King of Scots d 652|
|i||Donal Duin, King of Scots d 665|
|ii||Maol Duin, King of Scots d 681|
|ii.||Gavran or Gabhran, King of Scots b about 490 d 557
m Ingenach Lleian dau of Brychan, Prince of Manau
|a.||Aidan, King of Scots b about 520 d 605|
|1||Eoacha Bui Eochaidh Buidhe, King of Scots b about 565 d 621|
|A||Kenneth Cear, King of Scots b about 595 d 621|
|B||Donal Breac Domnal 'the speckled', King of Scots b about 600 d 642|
|i||Domangart s b about 635 d c673|
|a||Eoacha Rinevel Eochaidh 'crook nose', King of Scots b about 660 d 705|
|1||Eoacha III, King of Scots b about 695 d 721/733|
|A||Aidh Fin Aedh 'the white', King of Scots b about 720 d 769|
|i||Fergus, King of Scots d 772|
|ii||Eoacha Annunine IV Eochaidh 'the venemous', King of Scots b about 747 AD d 826|
|m about 778 Unuisticc/Urgusia/Fergua of Dalriada, Princess of Picts b about 750 AD dau of||rgus (II) MacECHACH (King) of DALRIADA b about 727? d 781?
m daughter of Feredach Wrold b 730? of the Pictish matrilinial line of succession
and dau of Fland ingen ECHACH
and dau of Spondana ingen ENFIDAIG (Princess of the PICTS)
|a||Alpin, King of Scots b about 778 d 834/843||
|2.+||11 sons including Loarn had issue & Angusmentioned in BLGS2001 Macnab of Macnab|
|As shown below, the article in BLGS2001 on 'Macnab of Macnab' identifies many of this line as ancestor of various Scots clans. We intend, over time, to investigate each of these claims and see how they coincide with other sources. Early indications suggest that they do not. For example: The continuation for Macbeth "perhaps identical with" Malcolm de Glendochart links to Macnab01. As mentioned at the top of that page, there is at least one other contradictory claim for the ancestry of that family. The following section is included within this database only because it may yet prove useful for linkage to various of the other clans.|
|Feradach or Ferlach or Feradaig|
|m Kentigerna d 734, dau of Ceallach Cualann of Leinster, sister of Comgan|
|1.||St. Fillan d 09.01.703|
|2.||Ferchar Fada, King of Dalriadaancestor of Clans Duff, Mackintoch & Cameron|
|A.||Ferchar Abraruadh the Red Abbot or Og|
|BP2003 Macnab of Macnab, which starts with Malcolm de Glendochart mentioned below, notes that the Macnabs "by tradition" descend from this Abraruadh the name Macnab means son of the abbot but reports that "the genealogy between him and Kenneth MacAlpin ... is confused and uncertain". We show Alpin, father of that Kenneth, in the section above.|
|i.||Donald Donn the Brownancestor of Clans Macnab, MacLaren, Macnaghten & Mackay|
|A||Cormacancestor of Clans Macgregor, MacQuarry, Mackinnon, MacMillan & MacLennan|
|i||Ferchardancestor of Clan MacDuffy|
|a||Lornancestor of Clans Andres Ross, Mackenzie & Matheson|
|1||Firtired - continued just below|
|i.||Firtired - continued just above|
|a||Macbeth "perhaps identical with" Malcolm de Glendochart a 1296|
1 'Highland Clans and Regiments' Volume 1, edited by John Skeltie, published by A. Fullarton & Co., 1875, 'RoyalData'
2 BLGS2001 Macnab of Macnab
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