Aonghas Óg Of Islay
Aonghas Óg MacDomhnaill (d. 1314x18) (Anglicised: Angus MacDonald the younger) was the son of Aonghas Mór MacDomhnaill. As Lord of Islay and chief of Clan Donald, he was a Hebridean nobleman who participated in the Wars of Scottish Independence.
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