Some articles on ranald:

Battle Of The Shirts - Ranald of The Hens
... For some years after the imprisonment of John, Ranald managed to take control of the affairs of Clanranald ... However, when Ranald saw some oxen being prepared to celebrate his inauguration as chief, he is said to remarked that chickens would have done as well, earning him the nickname of Raonuill nan Cearc-'Ranal ... When John Moidertach reappeared in the summer of 1543, Ranald, with no local support, was forced to take refuge with his Fraser kinsmen ...
Clan Macdonald Of Clanranald - Clan Profile - Branches of The Clan
... The Macdonalds of Belfinlay descend from James, second son of Ranald, 2nd of Benbecula, grandson of Allan, 9th of Clanranald ... Ranald, 7th of Knoydart was the last of the family to hold the lands of Knoydart ... Ranald is said to have been murdered by the men of Glengarry at a point which is called Rudha Raonuill ...
Clan Macdonald Of Clanranald - History of The Macdonalds of Clanranald - 18th Century
... He was succeeded by his brother, Ranald ... Ranald, 15th of Clanranald never married and died at Fauborg St Germains, in 1725 and was buried in Paris ... He was succeeded by his eldest son, Ranald ...
Battle Of The Shirts - John of Moidart Advances
... Ranald Gallda came along with the Frasers ... historian of the Highlands, claims that Huntly managed to advance right into Moidart to restore Ranald, but there appears to be no evidence for such a contention ... Surrounded by enemies, Ranald is unlikely to have felt very safe in Moidart, and he returned east with the rest of Huntly's army ...
Somerled - Legacy
... Angus defeated his brother Ranald, in 1192, after which date Ranald disappears from record altogether ... and death, together with his sons (and the extinction of his line) in 1210, at the hands of Ranald's sons ... Both Dugald and Ranald left powerful later descendants from Dugald descended the 13th century Lords of Argyll, and Clan MacDougall from Ranald descended the Lords of the Isles, Clan Donald ...

Famous quotes containing the word ranald:

    When you’re dealing with monkeys, you’ve got to expect some wrenches.
    Alvah Bessie, Ranald MacDougall, and Lester Cole. Raoul Walsh. Captain Nelson, Objective Burma, giving a subaltern a mission (1945)

    That’s what the cat said to the canary when he swallowed him: “You’ll be all right.”
    Alvah Bessie, Ranald MacDougall, and Lester Cole. Raoul Walsh. Mr. Williams (Henry Hull)

    Take it easy, soldier. Everybody gets a little “noivous” in the “soivice.”
    Alvah Bessie, Ranald MacDougall, and Lester Cole. Raoul Walsh. Captain Nelson (Errol Flynn)