Alpin MacEochaid (Dalriada) b. ~ 780 d. 836 - Descendants (Inventory)

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11/1 <?> w Alpin MacEochaid (Dalriada) [Cenel nGabrain]
birth: ~ 780
death: 836, Scotland

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31/2 <1+?> Girech (Griogar) Cuillen [MacAlpin]
title: Mormaor of Dee and Spey
Aodh or Hugh, the fair-haired, succeeded his brother Constantine. His reign was unfortunate, short and troublesome. Grig, who was Maormor, or chief, of the country between the Dee and the Spey, having become a competitor for the crown, Aodh endeavoured to put him down, but did not succeed; and having been wounded in a battle fought at Strathallan, (or possibly Strathdon), he was carried to Inverurie, where he died, after lingering two months, having held the sceptre only one year. His posterity is the Clan MacGriogar
22/2 <1+?> Kenneth MacAlpin [MacAlpin]
birth: 810?
death: 13 februar 858, Cinnbelachoir, Scone, Scotland
43/2 <1+?> Donald I MacAlpine [MacAlpin]
title: 859 ? 863, King of Alba

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51/3 <2> Causantín mac Cináeda ? (MacAlpin) [?]
birth: ~ 835
title: King of the Picts
death: 877
burial: Iona Abbey
62/3 <3> Euchaid (Aodh Griogair) Runesson (Grieg) [MacGregor]
title: 878 ? 889, Scotland, King of Alba
Giric, Dungal's son, reigned for twelve years; and he died in Dundurn, and was buried in Iona. He subdued to himself all Ireland, and nearly [all] England; and he was the first to give liberty to the Scottish church, which was in servitude up to that time, after the custom and fashion of the Picts.

Euchaid MacGreggor was also known as Aodh MacCinaeda having being the son in law of Constantine. The naming conventions in Pictish Scotland not being entirely patronymic and Mac meaning Son, Son in Law, or a direct male descendant.

Aodh or Hugh, the fair-haired, succeeded his brother Constantine. His reign was unfortunate, short and troublesome. Grig, who was Maormor, or chief, of the country between the Dee and the Spey, having become a competitor for the crown, Aodh endeavoured to put him down, but did not succeed; and having been wounded in a battle fought at Strathallan, (or possibly Strathdon), he was carried to Inverurie, where he died, after lingering two months, having held the sceptre only one year.

Giric, Dungal's son, reigned for twelve years; and he died in Dundurn, and was buried in Iona. He subdued to himself all Ireland, and nearly [all] England; and he was the first to give liberty to the Scottish church, which was in servitude up to that time, after the custom and fashion of the Picts.
73/3 <3+?> Melwina nicGarech (Douglas) [MacGregor]
84/3 <2> w Áed mac Cináeda [MacAlpin]

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91/4 <5> Donald II MacCausantin [MacAlpin]
birth: ~ 865, Forres, Morayshire, Scotland
death: 900, Forres, Morayshire, Scotland
burial: Iona Abbey
102/4 <8> Constantine II MacAlpin [MacAlpin]
death: 952
113/4 <6> Indulf (Ildulb) MacGregor (Olaf Cuaran) [MacGregor]
title: 963 ? 981, King of Northumbria
Frequently called MacCausantin due to marriage to his cousin the daughter of Constantine.
124/4 <7> Maelwina NicConstantine [MacAlpin]

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131/5 <9> Malcolm I MacDonald (MacDomnaill) [MacAlpin]
birth: 897, Moray, Fordoun, Kincardineshire, Scotland
death: 954, Fordoun, Kincardineshire, Scotland
burial: Iona Abbey
142/5 <11+?> Sithric of Dublin [MacGregor]
death: 927
Although claimed by some to have been the daughter of Ivar the legless... The mother of Sithric Ingjaldsson The Norse conquerer of Dublin would most certainly not have been the daughter of Ivar Ring. With the amount of intermarriage between Picts and Irish introduction of a Nordic strain (The Ring Dynasty) would most certainly have produced generations of individuals in Ireland manifesting the congenital bone condition known as Osteogenesis Imperfecta. This disease is not present in the offspring of Sithric Ingjaldsson indicating perhaps a Norse/Hebridean Genealogy for this King. The most likely place to search for his parents would be among the earlier immigrants from Norway who settled in the Shetlands and Hebrides or among the Dalriada. I am removing this king from the lineage charts of the Ring family.

It is to be noted that the name of Sithric Ingjaldsson is a Nordic version of the saxon name Cedric. In Ireland no distinction was made between the Saxons and the Norse (Both being considered by the Gaels of Erienn as being Norse in origin). This is just an observation to help stimulate discussion on the topic. Any descendants with Genetic testing information should feel free to continue this discourse in the discussion page for this individual.

Further Investigation shows the mother of Sithric to have been the daughter of Constantine whose children were named Gandalf (Indulf), Angaradd, and Ceollach. It is most certain that Sidhric was the son of either Angaradd and that his name not patronymic but that he was designated as Sithric the son of Angaradd (daughter of the king). (Almoustine)
153/5 <11+?> w Colin (Cuilén) MaGandolf [MacGregor]
death: 971, Lothian
164/5 <11+?> Eochaid mac Ildulb [MacGregor]
death: 971, Lothian
175/5 <11+?> w Amlaíb (Alaif) mac Ilduilb [MacGregor]
death: 977
186/5 <11+?> Gluniarainn (Glenryan) Olavsson (Cuaran) [MacGregor]
197/5 <11+?> Boedhe NicGandalf ? (MacGriogair) [?]

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201/6 <13> Kenneth II MacMailcoluim [MacAlpin]
birth: ~ 935, Iona (Scotland), Argyllshire, Scotland
death: 995?, Iona (Scotland), Argyllshire, Scotland
burial: Iona Abbey
212/6 <13> w Dubhne (Duff) MacMaelcoluim (de Albany) [MacAlpin]
title: Duke of Albany
death: 967
233/6 <14> Olaf White Sithricsson (of Dublin) [MacGregor]
death: 981
244/6 <15> Constantine III MacColum [MacGregor]
death: 1000
255/6 <15> Kenneth IV MacColum [MacGregor]
death: 1005
226/6 <19+?> Findlaech (Sunila) MacRuaidri (of Moray) [Loarn]
title: Mormaer of Moray
death: 1020
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321/7 <23> Jocunda Olafsdotter ? (of Ossory) [?]
birth: 932, Dyflinni, Ireland
312/7 <24> Gregor De Vrattich MacGregor [MacGregor]
birth: 940?, Argyll (Scotland)
death: 961?, Argyll (Scotland)
303/7 <24> Iain More MacGregor [MacGregor]
birth: 944?, Scotland
death: 1004, Scotland
264/7 <20> Малькольм II [Макальпины]
birth: ~ 950
title: 25 mart 1005 - 25 novembar 1034, король Шотландии
death: 25 novembar 1034, Гламис
burial: Айона
275/7 <21> Kenneth III MacDuff (MacDubhne) [MacAlpin]
death: 1005
286/7 <20+?> w Boedhe MacCinaeda (Beaton) [MacAlpin]
death: 1033
297/7 <25> Geric MacKennit [MacGregor]

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351/8 <32+?> Edith (Aelgifu) Sigurdsdotter (of Ossory) [Ossory]
birth: 962
death: < 1032
362/8 <30> Gregor Garbh MacGregor [MacGregor]
birth: 974, Glenurchy, Scotland
death: 1074, Glenorchy, Scotland
333/8 <26> w Беток Шотландская [Макальпины]
birth: ~ 975
344/8 <28> w Gruoch (Gruoj) MacBodhe (Lady MacBeth) [MacAlpin]
birth: 1015
375/8 <26> Thora MacMalcolm [Alpin]
386/8 <26> Anletta (Arletta) (Alice) (Olith) nicMalcolm [MacAlpin]
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