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|Title:||Moray, Ulster, and the MacWilliams|
|Citation:||Ross A (2007) Moray, Ulster, and the MacWilliams. In: Duffy Sean (ed.). The World of the Galloglass: Kings, warlords and warriors in Ireland and Scotland, 1200-1600, Dublin: Four Courts Press, pp. 24-44.|
|Abstract:||First paragraph: Over the last 300 years historians have been united in agreement that the MacWilliam kindred were of royal descent from William fitz Duncan, son of King Donnchad mac Máel Coluim (Duncan II, 1094). Although various members of this kindred pressed their claim for inauguration as kings of Scotia over a number of decades between c.1180 and 1230, in historiography they have largely become relegated to the position of an annoyance in the inevitable 'progress' of the kingdom of Scotia, probably because they were not descended from St Margaret, but from King Máel Coluim mac Donnchada's (Malcolm III, 1058-93) first wife, Queen Ingebjorg of Orkney.|
|Rights:||The publisher has granted permission for use of this book chapter in this Repository. The chapter was first published in The World of the Galloglass: Kings, warlords and warriors in Ireland and Scotland, 1200-1600 by Four Courts Press.|
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