Godred II Olafsson - Ancestry

Ancestry

Ancestors of Godred II Olafsson
Godred Crovan (d. 1095)
King of the Isles, King of Dublin
Olaf Godredsson (d. 1153)
King of the Isles
Godred Olafsson (died 1187)
King of the Isles, King of Dublin
Fergus (d. 1161)
Lord of Galloway
Affreca
William I (d. 1087)
King of England, Duke of Normandy
Henry I (d. 1135)
King of England, Duke of Normandy
Matilda (d. 1083)

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