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Aethelreda, Princess of England (1042-?)
Aethelreda, Princess of England (1042-?)
Family of Gospatric + and Aethelreda +
Husband: Gospatric + (1040-1074)
Wife: Aethelreda + (1042-1074)
Children: Gospatric II + of DUNBAR (1062-1138)
Waltheof + of ALLERDALE (1062-1138)
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Husband: Gospatric +
Name: Gospatric +1,2,3,4
Sex: Male
Father: Maldred + MACCRINNAN (1015-1045)
Mother: Ealdgyth + (1015-1041)
Birth 1040 Northumberland, England
Occupation Earl of Northumberland
Death 15 Dec 1074 (age 33-34) Northumberland, England
Title frm 1134 to 1138 (age 93-98) Earl of Lothian
Burial Chuch Porch
Ubbanford (Northam), Northumberland, England
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Father: Eadred + (1005-1065)
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Birth 1042 Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland
Occupation Princess of England
Title Princess of England
Death 1074 (age 31-32) Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland
Child 1: Gospatric II + of DUNBAR
Name: Gospatric II + of DUNBAR
Sex: Male
Spouse: Sybil + MOREL (1070- )
Birth 1062 Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland
Death 22 Aug 1138 (age 75-76) Scotland
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Name: Waltheof + of ALLERDALE
Sex: Male
Spouse: Sigrid + MOREL (1072- )
Birth 1062 Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland
Occupation Earl of Dunbar
Title Earl of Dunbar
Death 22 Aug 1138 (age 75-76) Northallerton, Yorkshire, England
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Gospatric or Cospatric (from the Cumbric "Servant of Saint Patrick"), (died after 1073), was Earl of Northumbria, or of Bernicia, and later lord of sizable estates around Dunbar. While his ancestry is uncertain, his descendants held the Earldom of Dunbar, later known as the Earldom of March, in south-east Scotland until 1435.

Gospatric is often said to have been a son of Maldred son of Crínán of Dunkeld.[1] If this is correct, Maldred was apparently not the son of Crínán's known wife Bethóc, daughter of the Scots king Malcolm II, as Gospatric's descendants made no such claim when they submitted their pleadings in the Great Cause (though according to this link his descendant, Patrick the Seventh Earl of Dunbar, did indeed make a claim to the throne during these pleadings) to determine the succession to the kingship of the Scots after the death of Alexander III in 1286.[2] Alternatively, rather than being descended from a half-brother of King Duncan I (Donnchad mac Crínáin), Gospatric may have been the youngest son of Earl Uchtred the Bold (died 1016). Another reconstruction would make Gospatric the grandson of Uchtred's discarded first wife, Ecgfritha, daughter of Aldhun, Bishop of Durham, through Sigrida, her daughter with Kilvert son of Ligulf.[3] Whatever his parentage may have been, Gospatric was clearly an important figure in Northumbria and Cumbria, with ties to the family of Earl Uchtred.

The Life of Edward the Confessor, commissioned by Queen Edith, contains an account of the pilgrimage to Rome of Tostig Godwinson, Earl of Northumbria. It tells how a band of robbers attacked Tostig's party in Italy, seeking to kidnap the Earl. A certain Gospatric "was believed because of the luxury of his clothes and his physical appearance, which was indeed distinguished" to be Earl Tostig, and succeeded in deceiving the would-be kidnappers as to his identity until the real Earl was safely away from the scene. Whether this was the same Gospatric, or a kinsman of the same name, is unclear, but it is suggested that his presence in Tostig's party was as a hostage as much as a guest.[4]
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After his victory over Harold Godwinson at Hastings, William of Normandy appointed a certain Copsi or Copsig, a supporter of the late Earl Tostig, who had been exiled with his master in 1065, as Earl of Bernicia in the spring of 1067. Copsi was dead within five weeks, killed by Oswulf, grandson of Uchtred, who installed himself as Earl. Oswulf was killed in the autumn by bandits after less than six months as Earl.[5] At this point, Gospatric, who had a plausible claim to the E 
 
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Alan FitzRoland, Lord of Gallaway (1185-1234)
Alan FitzRoland, Lord of Gallaway (1185-1234)
Birth: 1185
Wigtown
Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland
Death: Feb., 1234, Scotland

Alan FitzRoland, Lord of Galloway and Constable of Scotland. He was a "leading thirteenth-century Scottish magnate. As the hereditary Lord of Galloway and Constable of Scotland, he was one of the most influential men in the Kingdom of Scotland and Irish Sea zone." [Wikipedia]

Eldest son of Roland FitzUhtred, Lord of Galloway and Helen de Morville. Grandson of Uhtred and great grandson of Fergus, the King of Galloway, who was married to a daughter of King Henry I of England. He was the grandfather of King John Balliol of Scotland.

Alan married a de Lacy, thought to be a daughter of Roger de Lacy, Constable of Chester. They had several children including boys who died young:
* Daughter, died as Scottish hostage 1213
* Helen, wife of Roger de Quincy

Alan's second wife was Margaret de Huntingdon, the daughter of David of Scotland, 8th Earl of Huntingdon by his wife, Matilda of Chester, daughter of Hugh de Kevelioc, 3rd Earl of Chester. His children with Margaret were:
* Christina, wife of William de Forz
* Dervorguilla of Galloway, wife of John Balliol, 5th Baron de Balliol
* Thomas, died young

A third wife, no issue, was Rose de Lacy. He also had an illegitimate son named Thomas.

Alan was the most powerful and influential man in Scotland, known for his military strength and army size, his extensive holdings in Scotland, Ireland and England, affected the decisions of Scottish kings and was one of John Lackland's advisors concerning the Magna Carta. He was the last legitimate ruler of Galloway, and his family was remarkable for their religious contributions. His great grandfather founded Dundrennan Abbey where he was buried, and Alan founded Tongland Abbey. Alan accompanied Robert de Brus and Walter FitzAlan on a pilgrimage to Canterbury to witness the placing of the remains of Saint Thomas.

Alan's life was incredibly full, complicated and a combination of Gaelic, Frankish, Scottish and English events. No simple bio could possibly describe it all.

After his death, the position of Constable went to his son in law, Roger de Quincy. His only surviving son, the illegitimate Thomas, might have ruled Galloway had the Scottish crown not disallowed it by seizing the lordship and splitting the lands between his daughters, sans the Irish holdings which were given to the Bissets at an unknown point.

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Parents:
Roland de Galloway (1164 - 1200)
Elena de Morville Galloway (____ - 1217)

Children:
Elena McDonald Of Galloway (1208 - 1245)*
Devorguilla de Galloway (1218 - 1290)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Dundrennan Abbey
Dundrennan
Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

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Maintained by: Anne Shurtleff Stevens
Originally Created by: Jerry Ferren
Record added: Jan 10, 2011
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Alan FitzRoland, Lord of Galloway (1185-1234) buried at Dundrennan Abbey, Dundrennan, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland
Alan FitzRoland, Lord of Galloway (1185-1234) buried at Dundrennan Abbey, Dundrennan, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland
Alan FitzRoland, Lord of Galloway
Birth: 1185
Wigtown
Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland
Death: Feb., 1234, Scotland

Alan FitzRoland, Lord of Galloway and Constable of Scotland. He was a "leading thirteenth-century Scottish magnate. As the hereditary Lord of Galloway and Constable of Scotland, he was one of the most influential men in the Kingdom of Scotland and Irish Sea zone." [Wikipedia]

Eldest son of Roland FitzUhtred, Lord of Galloway and Helen de Morville. Grandson of Uhtred and great grandson of Fergus, the King of Galloway, who was married to a daughter of King Henry I of England. He was the grandfather of King John Balliol of Scotland.

Alan married a de Lacy, thought to be a daughter of Roger de Lacy, Constable of Chester. They had several children including boys who died young:
* Daughter, died as Scottish hostage 1213
* Helen, wife of Roger de Quincy

Alan's second wife was Margaret de Huntingdon, the daughter of David of Scotland, 8th Earl of Huntingdon by his wife, Matilda of Chester, daughter of Hugh de Kevelioc, 3rd Earl of Chester. His children with Margaret were:
* Christina, wife of William de Forz
* Dervorguilla of Galloway, wife of John Balliol, 5th Baron de Balliol
* Thomas, died young

A third wife, no issue, was Rose de Lacy. He also had an illegitimate son named Thomas.

Alan was the most powerful and influential man in Scotland, known for his military strength and army size, his extensive holdings in Scotland, Ireland and England, affected the decisions of Scottish kings and was one of John Lackland's advisors concerning the Magna Carta. He was the last legitimate ruler of Galloway, and his family was remarkable for their religious contributions. His great grandfather founded Dundrennan Abbey where he was buried, and Alan founded Tongland Abbey. Alan accompanied Robert de Brus and Walter FitzAlan on a pilgrimage to Canterbury to witness the placing of the remains of Saint Thomas.

Alan's life was incredibly full, complicated and a combination of Gaelic, Frankish, Scottish and English events. No simple bio could possibly describe it all.

After his death, the position of Constable went to his son in law, Roger de Quincy. His only surviving son, the illegitimate Thomas, might have ruled Galloway had the Scottish crown not disallowed it by seizing the lordship and splitting the lands between his daughters, sans the Irish holdings which were given to the Bissets at an unknown point.

Family links:
Parents:
Roland de Galloway (1164 - 1200)
Elena de Morville Galloway (____ - 1217)

Children:
Elena McDonald Of Galloway (1208 - 1245)*
Devorguilla de Galloway (1218 - 1290)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Dundrennan Abbey
Dundrennan
Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]

Maintained by: Anne Shurtleff Stevens
Originally Created by: Jerry Ferren
Record added: Jan 10, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 63993118 
 

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