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  • ID: I16244
  • Name: Maldred FitzCrinan
  • Suffix: of Atterdale
  • Sex: M
  • Death: 1045
  • Cause: Killed in battle trying to avenge Duncan's murder by Macbeth
  • Note:

    2nd son.
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    Maldred, brother of Duncan I "The Gracious" King of Strathclyde 1018-34 and King of Scots 1034-40 (for Maldred's previous ancestry and a discussion as to what extent this may derive from Eochu Mugmedon, High King of Ireland in the mid 14th century, see American Presidential Families, pp.40-41 and 45-46, Morris Genealogical Books, SA, 1994); feudal Lord Allerdale; married Ealdgyth or Aldgyth, daughter of Uchtred, Ughtred, or Uhtred Earl of Northumberland or Northumbria by his 3rd wife Elgiva or Aelgifu, daughter of Ethelred II "The Unready" King of England 979-1013 and 1014-16, and was probably killed in battle 1045 when trying to avenge his brother's murder by Macbeth. [Burke's Peerage]
  • _UID: D5A7CE55DE754988979B8CEF661C453E755B
  • Change Date: 23 AUG 2004



    Father: Crinan b: ABT 975
    Mother: Bethoc or Beatrice of Scotland

    Marriage 1 Aldgyth or Aldred of Northumberland
    • Married:
    Children
    1. Has Children Gospatric
    2. Has Children Elflaed
    3. Has Children Maldred of Carlisle
    4. Has Children Odard de Carlyle (De Carliell)
    5. Has Children Dolfin Maldred Of Scotland b: 1042
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