Mhnall Gorm

Some articles on mhnall gorm, mhnall:

Clan Macdonald Of Sleat - History of The Macdonalds of Sleat - Late 16th Century
... Dòmhnall Gorm Mòr was still a minor at the time of his father's death ... had been owed to the Bishop of the Isles since the death of Dòmhnall Gormson ... stated that Clann GhillEasbaig Chlèireach possessed themselves of Trotternish (with Dòmhnall, son of Gilleasbaig as bailie of the region) while Seumas of Castle ...
Clan Macdonald Of Sleat - History of The Macdonalds of Sleat - Late 16th Century - Bitter Feuding With Macleod of Harris & Dunvegan
... a feud seems to have arisen between Dòmhnall Gorm Mòr and the chief of Clan Macleod, Ruairidh Mòr ... chief's relative, Mac Dhòmhnaill Ghlais ("the son of Dòmhnall the grey"), and 40 followers managed to possess themselves of the goods that the Uistfolk has ... a celebrated Clanranald warrior, named Dhòmhnall MacIain 'Ic Sheumais, in command of 15 men ...
Clan Macdonald Of Sleat - History of The Macdonalds of Sleat - Mid To Late 16th Century
... This section requires expansion with Ranald Collach Dòmhnall Gallach succeeded to the chiefship after the death of Gilleasbaig Dubh ... In 1524, Dòmhnall Gruamach entered into an alliance with the chief of Clan Mackintosh and later in 1527, he entered into bonds with Mackintosh, Munro, Rose of Kilravock and Campbell of ... In 1528, Dòmhnall Gruamach received considerable support from his half-brother, Iain, son of Torquil, chief of Clan Macleod of Lewis ...