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Fergus, Lord of Galloway
(Abt 1078-1161/1166)
Elizabeth of England
(Abt 1084-)
Ëlßfr Gu­r°­arson
(-1153)
Aufrica of Galloway
(-1187)
Gu­r°­r Ëlßfsson
(-1187)

 

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Gu­r°­r Ëlßfsson

  • Marriage: Unknown
  • Died: 10 Nov 1187, Isle of St Patrick, Isle of Man
  • Buried: Iona

bullet   Other names for Gu­r°­r were Gored of Man and Godred Olafsson.

bullet  Noted events in his life were:

Ľ Web Reference: Charles Cawley's Medieval Lands, Gored.
The Chronicon ManniŠ et Insularum records that "Godred filius eius" returned from Norway after his father was killed, murdered one of his cousins and blinded the other two, after which he reigned for 33 years [Chronicon ManniŠ et Insularum, p. 150]. The Chronicon ManniŠ et Insularum records that King Godred was defeated by Somerled Lord of Argyll in 1158 and fled to Norway to seek help [Chronicon ManniŠ et Insularum, p. 153]. The Chronicon ManniŠ et Insularum records the death "IV Id Nov" in 1187 of King Godred "in insula Sancti Patricii in Mannia" and his burial the following summer in "insulamůHy" [Chronicon ManniŠ et Insularum, p. 162]. The Chronicon ManniŠ et Insularum records that King Godred married "Phingola filia MacLotlen filii Murkartac regis HiberniŠ", mother of his son, in a Christian marriage ceremony in 1176 [Chronicon ManniŠ et Insularum, p. 161].

Ľ Web Reference: Godred Olafsson from Wikipedia.
Gu­r°­r was a son of Ëlßfr Gu­r°­arson, King of the Isles and Affraic, daughter of Fergus, Lord of Galloway.


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