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  David I of Scotland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
David I, known as "the Saint", (1084 May 24, 1153), king of Scotland, the youngest son of Malcolm Canmore and of Saint Margaret (sister of Edgar Ætheling), was born in 1084.
Alexander, together with the crown, received Scotland north of the Forth and Clyde, David the southern district with the title of earl of Cumbria.
David's attention was often focussed southwards, and had Carlisle as one of his national capitals.
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 David II of Scotland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Meanwhile his representatives had obtained the upper hand in Scotland, and David was thus enabled to return to his kingdom in June 1341, when he took the reins of government into his own hands.
David, who had possibly recognized Edward III as his feudal superior, returned at once to Scotland; but owing to the poverty of the kingdom it was found impossible to raise the ransom.
David was not one of the more successful monarchs in Scottish history, but he has suffered from comparison with his illustrious father, and he was king under difficult objective conditions.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Scotland
Scotland was an independent kingdom until James VI succeeded to the English Crown in 1603; and it continued constitutionally separate from England until the conclusion of the treaty of union a century later.
David de Bernham of St. Andrews and Gilbert of Caithness were among the distinguished prelates of this time, and did much for both the material and religious welfare of their dioceses.
Scotland was the last state in Christendom to adhere to the antipope, and only in 1418 declared her allegiance to the rightful pontiff, Martin V.
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 AllRefer.com - David I, king of Scotland (British And Irish History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
David I 1084–1153, king of Scotland (1124–53), youngest son of Malcolm III and St. Margaret of Scotland.
During the reign of his brother Alexander I, whom he succeeded, David was earl of Cumbria, ruling S of the Clyde and Forth rivers.
In the long struggle for the English crown between Matilda (his niece) and Stephen, David fought for Matilda, but his main object was to secure Northumbria for himself.
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 David Syme - Scotland with Encyclopedia Alba
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David Syme of Scotland started out with the intention of striking it rich in California as a gold prospector.
In Australia, David Syme aquired the Melbourne Age newspaper.
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 GrandPrix.com > GP Encyclopedia > Drivers > David Coulthard
But in 1998 Hakkinen was the man to beat and although Coulthard won the San Marino GP it was his only victory of the year.
It was a similar story in 1999 with David winning the British and Belgian GPs but being beaten to fourth place in the World Championship.
In 2000 Coulthard won the British GP and a week later was fortunate to emerge unscathed from a plane crash at Lyon-Satolas airport.
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 webGED: The Bement Family Data Page
Robert II (of Scotland) (1316-90), king of Scotland (1371-90), and founder of the Stuart dynasty in Scotland and England.
In the dynastic conflict that ensued between England and Scotland, David was exiled to France in 1333 and Robert served as his regent until his return in 1341.
Robert rebelled in 1363 and was captured and imprisoned until shortly before David's death in 1371; he then became king according to the provisions of the decree of 1318.
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 Gazetteer for Scotland: Sources   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Beath, David (1912) Reminiscences of Leslie and Neighbourhood.
Evans, David J.A. and James D. Hansom (1998) The Whangie and the landslides of the Campsie Fells.
MacGibbon, David and Thomas Ross (1887) The Castellated and Domestic Architecture of Scotland.
www.geo.ed.ac.uk /scotgaz/Sources.html   (5029 words)

  
 St. David I of Scotland.
David was the youngest son of St. Margaret, Queen of Scotland and her good husband, King Malcolm.
Under this holy king, the people of Scotland united more closely and became better Christians.
King David established new dioceses and built many new monasteries.
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 Appletree Catalogue - Alphabetically by Author   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
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