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  Lulach of Scotland
Lulach (c1029- March 17, 1058) was made king of Scotland by the followers of Macbeth, his stepfather.
Lulach appears to have been a weak king, and was known as "Lulach the Simple".
He was crowned in August 1057 at Scone[?] Abbey in Perthshire, Scotland.
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  Maximilian Genealogy Master Database 2000 - pafg139 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Lulach "the Fool" of SCOTLAND King was born 1032 and died 17 Mar 1057.
Lulach "the Fool" of SCOTLAND King [Parents] was born 1032.
Lulach was baptized in Reigned 15 Aug 1057- 17 Mar 1058.
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 Spartanburg SC | GoUpstate.com | Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Lulach (Lulach mac Gille Coemgáin) (1030–17 March 1058), was King of Scots between 15 August, 1057 and 17 March 1058.
Lulach was the son of Gruoch of Scotland (Lady Macbeth), from her first marriage to Gille Coemgáin, Mormaer of Moray, and thus the stepson of Mac Bethad.
Lulach's son Máel Snechtai was Mormaer of Moray, while Óengus of Moray was the son of Lulach's daughter.
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 Lulach - Cunnan
Lulach was the step-son of Macbeth and succeeded him on the Scottish throne.
Lulach was born around 1032CE; he was crowned in August 1057, after Macbeth's death, but was killed the following year.
Lulach's death marked the passing of the purely Celtic kings of Scotland -- Malcolm being half-English, through his mother, Sybil who came from the earls of Northumberland.
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 Lulach of Scotland - Biocrawler
1029- March 17, 1058), was king of Scotland between August 15, 1057 and March 17, 1058.
Lulach was said to be the son of princess Gruoch of Scotland (Lady Macbeth), from her first marriage to Gillacomagnan the Earl of Moray, and thus the stepson of Macbeth.
Following the death in battle of Macbeth in 1057, the king's followers placed Lulach in the throne, despite strong resistance from the Malcolm Canmore faction.
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 General History of the Highlands of Scotland - Macbeth through to Malcolm III 1093
Macbeth, "in a manner sacred to splendid infamy", is the first king of Scotland whose name appears in the ecclesiastical records as a benefactor of the church, and, it would appear, the first who offered his services to the Bishop of Rome.
Lulach, the great-grandson of Kenneth IV, being supported by the powerful influence of his own family, and that of the deceased monarch, ascended the throne at the age of twenty-five or twenty-six; but his reign lasted only a few month, he having fallen in battle at Essie, in Strathbogie, in defending his crown against Malcolm.
The body of Lulach was interred along with that of Macbeth, in Iona, the common sepulchre, for many centuries, of the Scottish kings.
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 Scotland History: Scottish Kings, Queens, Chieftains and Royalty
The Guardians of Scotland were the de facto heads of state of Scotland during the First Interregnum of 1286-1292, and the Second Interregnum of 1296-1306.
Two members of the house were kings of Scotland: John Balliol who ruled from 1292 to 1296, and claimed the throne as great-great-great-grandson of David I of Scotland of the House of Dunkeld.
Queen Anne, the last monarch of the House of Stuart, and of the separate kingdoms of Scotland and England, was to be the first monarch of a politically unified Kingdom of Great Britain, ruling until her death in 1714.
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 Lulach of Scotland Information
Lulach was said to be the son of Gruoch of Scotland (Lady Macbeth), from her first marriage to Gille Coemgáin, Mormaer of Moray, and thus the stepson of Mac Bethad.
Following the death in battle of Macbeth in 1057, the king's followers placed Lulach in the throne, despite strong resistance from the of faction of Máel Coluim III.
He is belived to be buried with the rest of the Gaelic kings of Scotland on Saint Columba's Holy Island of Iona in or around the monastery.
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 NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Timeline of Scottish history   (Site not responding. Last check: )
King James I of England/VII of Scotland, the first monarch to rule the Kingdoms of England and Scotland at the same time Events March - Samuel de Champlain, French explorer, sails to Canada March 24 - Elizabeth I of England dies and is succeeded by her cousin King James I of...
Scotland and James I of England and Ireland (occasionally known as King James the Vain) (Charles James) (19 June 1566–27 March 1625) was King of England, King of Scotland, and King of Ireland.
The Royal Coat of Arms of Scotland, used prior to 1603 by the Kings of Scots The Royal Coat of Arms of Scotland is the historical coat of arms of the Kings and Queens of Scots, used by them until the personal union with the Kingdom of England in 1603.
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 Lulach Feature Page on Undiscovered Scotland
Lulach mac Gilla Comgain, Lulach the Simple, or Lulach the Fool) lived from 1029 to 17 March 1058 and was King of Alba from 15 August 1057 to 17 March 1058.
Lulach was the step-son of Macbeth, who he succeeded to the throne.
Lulach's survival into adulthood was somthing of a feat in itself.
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 Scotland's Past - Lulach
Lulach was the son of Gruoch, Macbeth's wife, from her first marriage to Gillacomean.
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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 Macbeth Feature Page on Undiscovered Scotland
Under his rule Scotland became relatively stable and prosperous (from a very low base on both counts): so stable, indeed, that he was able to leave the country for a number of months while he made a pilgrimage to Rome.
In 1054, Duncan I's son, Malcolm Canmore, challenged for the throne of Scotland in alliance with Siward, Earl of Northumbria (who also happened to be Duncan's wife's cousin) and they took control of much of southern Scotland.
Lulach, whose claim was based on having Kenneth III as his maternal great-grandfather.
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 The Barony of Fulwood and Dirleton, Scotland - The Barony of Fulwood History
King of Scotland or Alba, the united kingdom of the Picts and Scots (862-877), who succeeded his uncle Donald I. Constantine's reign was occupied with conflicts with the Norsemen.
King of Scotland (1093-94), son of Malcolm III and grandson of Duncan I. For many years (1072?-87) Duncan lived as a hostage of the Norman English, allegedly as a confirmation of his father's homage to William I of England.
He at once designated himself "heir of the kingdom of Scotland," clearly anticipating the vindication of his claim, which was derived from his mother, daughter of Margaret, eldest daughter of David, earl of Huntingdon, brother to kings Malcolm IV and William I the Lion.
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 Gillecomgain, Sigurd, and Lulach
Lulach is the son of GILLECOMGAIN, mormaer of Moray, and Gruoch, the grandaughter of KENNETH III.
There was evidently strong support in Scotland at this time for the Gaelic household which had descended though the mormaers or stewards of Moray rather than the the more anglicised faction which had been encouraged by MALCOLM II and now activly promoted by Malcolm Canmore.
Lulach was subsequently remembered as Lulach the Fool or even the Simple, suggesting that he did not have all his faculties.
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 Scottish Monarchs - Kings and Queens of Scotland - Lulach.
Lulach was the son of Gillacomgain, Mormaer of Moray and Gruoch, who was the grand-daughter of Kenneth III.
Lulach was killed in battle by his successor, Malcolm III 'Canmore', at Essie in Strathbogie on 17th March, 1058.
The line of Lulach continued, his daughter had a son, Angus, who inherited the title of Mormaer of Moray and made an unsuccessful attempt to claim the throne in the reign of David I.
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 CalendarHome.com - Lulach of Scotland - Calendar Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Lulach (Lulach mac Gille Coemgáin) (1030–17 March 1058), was King of Scots between 15 August 1057 and 17 March 1058.
Lulach was the son of Gruoch of Scotland (Lady Macbeth), from her first marriage to Gille Coemgáin, Mormaer of Moray, and thus the stepson of Mac Bethad.
Following the death in battle of Mac Bethad in 1057, the king's followers placed Lulach in the throne, despite strong resistance from the of faction of Máel Coluim III.
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 Kings and Queens of Scotland, Part 1
Donald II was the first monarch to be called "Ri Albain" or "King of Scotland" despite the fact that much of northern Scotland as far as Moray was held by the Norse Earl Sigurd from Orkney.
Henry II of England also reclaimed Northumberland, Cumberland and Westmorland which had been ceded to Scotland during the reign of David I. After fighting in France on behalf of King Henry of England he returned and defeated Somerled who was attempting to advance eastwards, but not before the town of Glasgow had been sacked.
Prior to this, by the Treaty of Birgham in 1290, King Edward I had guaranteed the survival of Scotland "separate, apart and free without subjection to the English nation" as a result of the six-year-old Margaret marrying the five-year-old future king of England, Edward II.
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 thePeerage.com - nil and others
     Crinan of Atholl, Mormaer of Atholl was born circa 975 in Atholl, Perthshire, Scotland.
     Bethoc of Scotland was born circa 984 in Atholl, Perthshire, Scotland.
     Lulach 'the Fool' of Scotland, King of Scotland was crowned King of Scotland on 15 August 1057 in Scone Abbey, Scone, Perthshire, Scotland.
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 Lulach Feature Page on Undiscovered Scotland
Lulach was the step-son of Macbeth, who he succeeded to the throne.
Lulach's survival into adulthood was somthing of a feat in itself.
Every monarch since Kenneth I had in effect been the King of Scotland, but those up to King Aedh would have been referred to in their own time as Kings of the Picts and Scots; and those from Donald I onwards as Kings of Alba.
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 Lulach of Scotland : Lulach I of Scotland
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 Famous Scots
- Moderator of the Church of Scotland in 1567.
- Led a third of the Church of Scotland ministers to form the Free Church.
- Leader of the Reformation of the church in Scotland.
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 Skyelander's COMPLETE Scottish History Timeline
Scotland is liberally scattered with elaborate Pictish Standing Stones whose meaning has not yet been fully deciphered.
Marriage of Malcolm Ceanmore (Malcolm III) to Margaret.She was an Anglo-Saxon princess that sought refuge in Scotland.
Scotland's Coronation Stone - the "Stone of Destiny" - is stolen by Edward I and taken to Westminster Abbey (in London) by the English.
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 Malcolm (Longneck) Caenmoe Dunkeld of Scotland III
His paternal grandparents were Crinan Atholl and Bethoc of Scotland; his maternal grandparents were Jarl of Denmark Bjorn Ulfiusson and .
At that time, Christianity did exist in Scotland in the form of the Celtic Church, but it took the form of converted sun-worship pagan rituals.
View the entire genealogy report of Caenmoe Dunkeld of Scotland families, or surname index of Caenmoe Dunkeld of Scotland pedigrees or report summary of Caenmoe Dunkeld of Scotland heritage from "The Skaggs-Files".
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 Scotland   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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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 thePeerage.com - Erland Ugni, Jarl of Orkney and others
She married Lulach 'the Fool' of Scotland, King of Scotland, son of Gillacomgan Macrory, Earl of Moray and Gruoch.
     Malsnechtai of Scotland, Mormaer of Moray was the son of Lulach 'the Fool' of Scotland, King of Scotland and Finnghuala.
She is the daughter of Lulach 'the Fool' of Scotland, King of Scotland and Finnghuala.
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 Scotland
The monarchy of Scotland evolved from this union, known as the Kingdom of Alba.
It should be noted that in early mediæval Scotland, it was the eldest and/or ablest male of the royal house, and not the heir of line, that inherited the throne.
Scotland's Kings and Queens, a brief sketch of each monarch from 843 to 1603.
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 Marcus Antonius to Maite - tobg84.htm - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
Lulach married Finnghuala of Angus daughter of Sinhill, Mórmaer of Angus.
Margaret of Scotland daughter of Edward Ætheling "the Exile" and Agatha of Germany (Agatha of Hungary) about 1069 in Dunfermline Abbey, Fife, Scotland.
She died on 16 Nov 1093 in Edinburgh Castle, Scotland, of grief at the death of her husband.
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 Marcus Antonius to Maite - tobg93.htm - Generated by Personal Ancestral File
a daughter of Lulach the Fool of Scotland married Aeth, Mormaer of Moray.
Duncan married Ethelreda (Octreda) of Dunbar daughter of Gospatrick I, Earl of Dunbar & March, Earl of Northumbria, Lord of Bamburgh and Æthelreda (Ethelreda) in 1090/1094 in Scotland.
Malcolm married Hextilda daughter of Uchtred (Huctred) of Tynedale and Bethoc, Princess of Scotland.
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