Macdougalls

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Achanduin Castle - History
... Recent research has points to the MacDougalls. 1290, at a time when the Bishop of Argyll, Laurence de Ergadia, was himself possibly a MacDougall ... This grant shows that Achanduin Castle was in the hands of a MacDougall at that time ...
Dunollie Castle
... Ewan MacDougall, the third chief of the MacDougalls, probably built a castle there in the 13th century ... The MacDougalls, the Lords of Lorne, were direct descendants of Somerled, Lord of the Isles, at a time when the Western Isles were part of Norway ... The MacDougalls lost the land after siding with MacDougall kinsmen, the Comyns, and fighting against Robert the Bruce ...
Battle Of Dalrigh - The Macdougalls
... By the late 13th century, the Clan MacDougall had emerged as the most powerful of the descendants of Somerled, a former king of the Hebrides ... Alexander MacDougall, the head of the family, was related by marriage to King John I of Scotland and his nephew John Comyn ... The outbreak of the War of Independence in 1296 placed the MacDougalls on the side of the Scottish patriots ...
Clan MacDougall - History - Wars of Scottish Independence
... The MacDougalls were supporters of William Wallace and King John I of Scotland but were later driven out by supporters of King Robert I of Scotland during the civil ... Bruce led an army of three thousand men against the MacDougalls ... John MacDougall of Lorne set an ambush for them but after a savage engagement the MacDougalls were broken and forced to flee ...
Clan MacDougall - Chief
... The current chief of the clan is Morag Morley MacDougall of MacDougall ... The present holder is a niece of her predecessor, Coline Helen Elizabeth MacDougall (XXX) of MacDougall and Dunollie, d. 1990, herself the daughter of Colonel Alexander James MacDougall (XXIX) of MacDougall and Dunollie ...