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  Donald II of Scotland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Donald II of Scotland (Domnall mac Causantín) was king of Scotland from 889 to 900.
Donald took the throne of Scotland in battle as an act of revenge.
It was under the rule of King Donald II that the British kingdom of Strathclyde came under Scottish dominance to create the Kingdom of Alba, thus being recognized in the Annals of Ulster as "ri Alban" as opposed to "rex Pixtorum," as his predecessors had been known.
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 Alan Fraser - Scotland - History of the Royal Lineage
Donald II took the throne of Scotland in battle as an act of revenge.
Constantine II and the Danes are defeated by Aethelstan of England.
Malcolm I, the son of Donald II of Scotland, became the King of Scotland in 943 after his cousin King Constantine II of Scotland abdicated and became a monk.
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 40th Generation (cont.)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Donald married Unknown of Orkney, Queen of Scotland.
Unknown of Orkney, Queen of Scotland was born 866 in Orkney Islands, Scotland.
Aethelred of Mercia II, Duke of Mercia was born 865 in Mercia, England.
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 Donald II Feature Page on Undiscovered Scotland
Donald II was the son of King Constantine I of the Picts and Scots, and it is arguable that he should have succeeded to the throne on the death of his uncle, King Aedh.
When Eochaid was exiled by Donald II to Gwynedd in Wales most of the nobility of Strathclyde left with him, and Donald II combined the Crowns of the Picts and Scots and the Crown of Strathclyde, becoming the first person to be referred to in his own time as King of Alba.
Donald was killed in battle by the Danes at Dunnottar, in 900 and was buried in the graveyard at Saint Oran's Chapel on the Isle of Iona.
www.undiscoveredscotland.co.uk /usbiography/monarchs/donaldii.html   (372 words)

  
 Scottish Monarchs - Kings and Queens of Scotland - Donald II.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Donald II King Donald II, or Domnal mac Caustantin as he was referred to, was the eldest son of Constantine I, on his succession the male line of Kenneth MacAlpin was re-established on Scotland's throne after his ousting of Eochaid and Giric.
According to established tradition, Donald II was crowned King on the Stone of Destiny at Scone Abbey, near the meeting of Fortriu and Circinn.
The Gaelic language slowly began to gain ground amongst the non-Celtic tribes of Scotland, though the process of amalgamation between the various races of Scotland was a slow one.
www.englishmonarchs.co.uk /macalpin_6.htm   (372 words)

  
 History of the Monarchy > The early Scottish Monarchs > Donald II
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An ancient Celtic cross on the island of Iona, Scotland.
Donald, son of Constantine I, struggled to repel the Norse invasions.
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 Scotland's Past - Donald Ban   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Donald was Malcolm Canmore's brother and he seized the throne when Malcolm's son died at Alnwick and left the succession open.
Scotland: the Making of the Kingdom is the first "straight" history of Scotland from pre-history to 1286 to be published since 1862.
Emphasising in particular the kingdom's political growth and the evolution of a distinct Scottish nation, Professor Barrow narrates the story of Scotland's remarkable Medieval kings and their development of a kingship and the institutions of government which provided the unity and administration to fend off Edward I's onslaughts in the thirteenth century.
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 Donald I Feature Page on Undiscovered Scotland
Donald I became the second King of the Picts and Scots (in effect "King of Scotland") following the death of his brother, Kenneth I in 858, and was the younger son of King Alpin II of Dalriada.
Donald's successor, Constantine I of Scotland, was elected to succeed him by this method.
Constantine was Donald's nephew, and the son Donald's predecessor, Kenneth I. Tanistry governed questions of succession to the Scottish Crown until the reign of Malcolm II of Scotland.
www.undiscoveredscotland.co.uk /usbiography/monarchs/donaldi.html   (343 words)

  
 Family tree for Malcolm II (Melkolf) MacKenneth King of Scotland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Constantine II King of Scotland, born Abt 0836, Of Scotland, died 877 (beheaded), Inverdovat, Forgan, Fifeshire, Scotland.
Donald II Dasachtach, King of Scotland, born Abt 0862, Of Scotland, died 900 (killed in battle), Forres, Morayshire, Scotland
Kenneth II King of Scotland, born Abt 0932, Of Scotland, died 0995, Iona, Argyllshire, Scotland.
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 Donald Ford Images :: Corporate Calendars and gifts with photographs of Scotland's landscape and Scottish golf
Donald Ford has established himself as one of Scotland's leading photographers, through his books, calendars and other publications which are distributed each year throughout the world.
After a lifetime’s association with the town, Donald’s publication of this long-overdue account of the remarkable evolution of Scotland's finest links golf course — together with the establishment of a charismatic community around it - was an outstanding success, fewer than 130 copies remaining from the print run of 3000 at the time of writing.
Donald's efforts in researching, writing and illustrating the book with his own photography were recognised in November when he was awarded the "2006 Cultural Ambassador Award" by Angus Ahead, the division of Angus Council which promotes and publicises the County across the world.
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 Scotland For Visitors -History - King Donald III (the Third)
One of his first moves was to try and reverse many of the previous reforms in both the church and society and he also faced a power struggle from the sons of Malcolm III.
Following the rules of Tanistry, Donald was fully entitled to be king but in these days political intrigue and plotting was commonplace.
The biggest threat to his reign came in 1094, when Duncan II returned from the court of William Rufus and supported by a Norman army drove Duncan III back to his Hebridean homeland.
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 Ahnentafel Report for   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Donald II, King Of Scotland died in 0900; he was 38.
Foulques II "The Good", Count Of died in 0958; he was 49.
Ramnulf II, Count Of Poitou died in 0890.
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 Our Family - pafc317 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Alpin II of Dalriada, also known as Alpin mac Eochaid was the father of Kenneth I of Scotland and Donald I of Scotland who united the Kingdom of the Scots and the Picts.
Donald I (Donald mac Alpin) (c812-863) was King of Alba (Scotland) from 858-863.
He was the younger son of Alpin II of Dalriada and succeeded his brother, King Kenneth mac Alpin, to the throne upon his death.
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 Britons of Strathclyde
An important kingdom in the history of Scotland is that of the Britons: specifically the Britons of Strathclyde.
Donald, the son of Constantine, killed Giric at Dundurn and deposed king Eochaid.
He became Donald II of Scotland and imposed rule over Strathclyde until his death in the year 900.
www.electricscotland.com /familytree/magazine/junjul2004/britons.htm   (1136 words)

  
 Rulers of Scotand from Kenneth McAlpin (843-858) to Donald II (889 - 900)
Rulers of Scotand from Kenneth McAlpin (843-858) to Donald II (889 - 900)
In 1305 the kingdom was divided into Scotland, Lothian, and Galloway; in the 14th century Scotland came to be the name for the whole land, and all its inhabitants were called Scots, whatever their origin.
Constantine succeeded the reign of his uncle Donald I, as ruler of the united Picts and Scots(862-877) His reign was occupied with many conflicts with the Norsemen.
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 A rough draft of my family tree (Q2 2006 Edition) - Person Page 25
     Malcolm I King of Scotland is the son of Donald II King of Scotland.
     Donald II King of Scotland was the son of Constantine I King of Scotland.
     Alpin II of Dalriada was the son of Eochaid IV of Dalriada.
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 The Bailey Family   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Children were: Edward Prince Of SCOTLAND, Edmund Prince Of SCOTLAND, Ethelred Prince Of SCOTLAND, Edgar King Of SCOTLAND, Prince Of SCOTLAND, Alexander I King Of SCOTLAND, Matilda "Atheling" Princess Of SCOTLAND, David I "The Saint" King Of SCOTLAND, Mary Princess Of SCOTLAND.
She was married to Malcolm III "Ceanmor (Longneck)" I King Of SCOTLAND between 1067 and 1069 in Atholl, Perthshire, Scotland.
She was married to Francois II King Of FRANCE on 24 Apr 1558 in Paris, France.
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 37th Generation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Aefrid de Carcassonne II, Count of Carcassonne and Razès "Alfred" was born circa 860 in Carcassonne, Aude département, Languedoc-Roussillon région, France.
Baudouin de Flandre II, Count of Flanders [scrapbook] "The Bald" was born circa 864
Aelfthryth of Wessex, Princess of England "Elfride" was born circa 868 in Wessex, England.
www.boazfamilytree.com /jbourchier/aqwg80.htm   (923 words)

  
 Scotland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
District in the south-west of Scotland, comprising the counties of Kirkcudbright and Wigtown.
In 1298, Patrick was appointed the King's Lieutenant in Scotland, and in 1300 was at the siege of Caerlaverock.
Northeastern Scotland; the fertile coastal regions from the northern approach to Loch Ness in the west, to Aberdeen in the east.
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 Donald - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Donald (Domnall, Domhnall, Dumhnuil, Dónall) is an anglicized version of a Scottish or Irish Gaelic personal name, containing the elements dumno "world" and val "rule", viz.
Donald Trump (born 1946), American business executive, founder and CEO of Trump Organization.
Donald Bradman (born 1908, died 2001), Australian cricketer, regarded as the best batsman ever.
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 Durgan
* Beatrix Of Scots was born in 984 in Scotland
* Donald II King Of Scots was born in 862 in Scotland
Donald II King Of Scots is the 30th great grandfather of Theodore Leland Durgan
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 Constantine I of Scotland - Article from FactBug.org - the fast Wikipedia mirror site   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Constantine I (Causantín mac Cináeda) (836-877), son of King Kenneth I of Scotland, became King of the Scots and the Picts in 863 when he succeeded his uncle Donald I.
In 872 his assassination of 'Rhun' (Arthgal), King of Strathclyde, and his brother-in-law, meant that the southern regions of what is now Scotland, became a part of his own Alba.
He had a son, Donald, who became King Donald II of Scotland following the joint reign of Kings Eochaid and Giric.
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 Peterson Family - pafg312 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Alpin, married Mrs-Alpin, Queen of SCOTLAND in, Scotland.
Donald I King SCOTLAND was born about 812 in, Scotland.
Daughter, Princess of SCOTLAND [Queen of Irelan [Parents] was born about 842 in of, Scotland.
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 King Constantine II
After King Donald II's death in 900 AD, the throne of Alba was inherited by Constantine II, eldest son of the murdered Aedh.
He was to become the most powerful king of the House of MacAlpin and his reign helped to define Scotland as we know it today.
From 1912 to 1927 there was increased fighting between the Scandinavians in the South and Constantine's men, until a border between Scotland and England was recognised.
www.suite101.com /article.cfm/history_scotland/78557   (363 words)

  
 The Scottish Royal Lineage
THE Royal House of Scotland arose from the union in 843 of the Kingdom of the Scots, Dalriada, with Caledonia, the Kingdom of the Picts, which later comprised the northern and eastern parts of the country.
DONALD II, (son of Constantine I), reigned from 889-900, when he was slain in a Danish invasion, and was
CONSTANTINE II, (son of Aedh), who reigned 42 years, 900-942, and, being harassed by the ravages of the Northmen, ret.
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 (Donald I - Edmund )   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Donald III Bane (of Scotland) (ABT 1033 - ABT 1099)
Duncan I (of Scotland) (ABT 1010 - 14 Aug 1040)
Duncan II (of Scotland) (ABT 1060 - 12 Nov 1094)
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 Donald
Donald is the English form of a Celtic name, Domhnall.
The first mention of Donald is England is in the Latin form, Donaldus, in 1346.
In the United States, it became common at the turn of the 20th century.
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 A rough draft of my family tree (Q2 2006 Edition) - Name Index 1
Geoffrey II "Ferreol" Count of Chateau-Landon, Count in the Gatinais b.
Henry II "the Quarellsome" Duke of Bavaria d.
Robert II The Pious King of France b.
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 Donald II of Scotland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Domnall mac Causantín (anglicised Donald II) was King of the Picts or King of Alba in the late 9th century.
It has been suggested that the attack on Dunnottar, rather than being a small raid by a handful of pirates, may be associated with the ravaging of Scotland attributed to Harald Fairhair in the Heimskringla.
The Prophecy of Berchán places Domnall's death at Dunnottar, but appears to attribute it to Gaels rather than Norsemen; other sources report he died at Forres.
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