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Colin Campbell 1344–1413 BIRTH 1344 JAN • Argyll, Bute, Scotland DEATH 1413 • Innischonaill Castle, Scotland 20th great-grandfather. Burial: Unknown (Brian Family) Wife Mariota Campbell

Colin Campbell 1344–1413 BIRTH 1344 JAN • Argyll, Bute, Scotland DEATH 1413 • Innischonaill Castle, Scotland 20th great-grandfather. Burial: Unknown (Brian Family) Wife Mariota Campbell

Robert III Stewart 'King' 1337–1406 BIRTH 1337 AUG 14 • Rothesay Castle, Isle of Bute, Scotland DEATH 1406 APR 04 • Stirling Castle, Stirlingshire, Scotland 19th great-grandfather. Burial: Paisley Abbey, Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland (Brian Family) Wife: Annabella Drummond 'Queen Consourt'

Robert III Stewart 'King' 1337–1406 BIRTH 1337 AUG 14 • Rothesay Castle, Isle of Bute, Scotland DEATH 1406 APR 04 • Stirling Castle, Stirlingshire, Scotland 19th great-grandfather. Burial: Paisley Abbey, Paisley, Renfrewshire, Scotland (Brian Family) Wife: Annabella Drummond 'Queen Consourt'

Scotland Dunnotar castle situated between Aberdeen and Edimburgh, in the Aberdeenshire. It is called Dunnotar castle, and it's one of the best place to see in Scotland

Scotland Dunnotar castle situated between Aberdeen and Edimburgh, in the Aberdeenshire. It is called Dunnotar castle, and it's one of the best place to see in Scotland

Helen Hepburn 1380–1457 BIRTH 1380 • Prestonkirk, East Lothian, Scotland DEATH 1457 MAR • Cowthally Castle, Carnwath, Lanarkshire, Scotland 19th great-grandmother. Burial: Unknown (Brian Family) Husband: John Somerville

Helen Hepburn 1380–1457 BIRTH 1380 • Prestonkirk, East Lothian, Scotland DEATH 1457 MAR • Cowthally Castle, Carnwath, Lanarkshire, Scotland 19th great-grandmother. Burial: Unknown (Brian Family) Husband: John Somerville

Isabel Ergadia 1362–1439 BIRTH 1362 • Rosyth Castle, Scotland DEATH 1439 DEC 21 • Dunstaffnage Castle, Lorn, Scotland 19th great-grandmother. Burial: Culross Abbey Cemetery, Culross, Fife, Scotland (Brian Family) Husband: John Stewart

Isabel Ergadia 1362–1439 BIRTH 1362 • Rosyth Castle, Scotland DEATH 1439 DEC 21 • Dunstaffnage Castle, Lorn, Scotland 19th great-grandmother. Burial: Culross Abbey Cemetery, Culross, Fife, Scotland (Brian Family) Husband: John Stewart

Annabella Stewart 'Princess' 1432–1509 BIRTH 1432 • Perth, Perthshire, Scotland DEATH 1509 JUN 27 • Stirling Castle, Stirlingshire, Scotland 15th great-grandmother. Burial: Unknown (Brian Family) Husband: William Gordon

Annabella Stewart 'Princess' 1432–1509 BIRTH 1432 • Perth, Perthshire, Scotland DEATH 1509 JUN 27 • Stirling Castle, Stirlingshire, Scotland 15th great-grandmother. Burial: Unknown (Brian Family) Husband: William Gordon

Egyptian Princess Scota | Brian Boru was himself descended from the ancient kings of Ulster and ...

Egyptian Princess Scota | Brian Boru was himself descended from the ancient kings of Ulster and ...

William Comyn 'Earl' 1163–1233 BIRTH 1163 • Castle Buchan, Aberdeenshire, Scotland DEATH 1233 • Castle Buchan, Aberdeenshire, Scotland 21st great-grandfather. Burial: Deer Abbey, Banff, Aberdeenshire, Scotland (Brian Family) Wife: Margaret Colhan 'Countess'

William Comyn 'Earl' 1163–1233 BIRTH 1163 • Castle Buchan, Aberdeenshire, Scotland DEATH 1233 • Castle Buchan, Aberdeenshire, Scotland 21st great-grandfather. Burial: Deer Abbey, Banff, Aberdeenshire, Scotland (Brian Family) Wife: Margaret Colhan 'Countess'

James II Hamilton '6th Laird' 1415–1479 BIRTH 1415 NOV 06 • Cadzow Castle, Lanarkshire, Scotland DEATH 1479 NOV 06 • Hamilton, Clydesdale, Lanarkshire, Scotland 16th great-grandfather. Burial: Unknown (Brian Family) Wife: Mary Stewart 'Princess'

James II Hamilton '6th Laird' 1415–1479 BIRTH 1415 NOV 06 • Cadzow Castle, Lanarkshire, Scotland DEATH 1479 NOV 06 • Hamilton, Clydesdale, Lanarkshire, Scotland 16th great-grandfather. Burial: Unknown (Brian Family) Wife: Mary Stewart 'Princess'

The Book of Armagh declares the High King of Ireland, Brian Boru to be “Imperator Scottorum” or “Emperor of the Irish”. Ireland was named by the Romans “Scotia” and its people Scoti. The invasion of Irish tribes of northern Britain led it to acquiring the name “Scotland” or land of the Irish.

The Book of Armagh declares the High King of Ireland, Brian Boru to be “Imperator Scottorum” or “Emperor of the Irish”. Ireland was named by the Romans “Scotia” and its people Scoti. The invasion of Irish tribes of northern Britain led it to acquiring the name “Scotland” or land of the Irish.

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