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House of Atholl
Monarch Born Born where Ruled Died Died where Buried Lineage Portrait
Duncan I
1
c. 1000 n/a 1034-1040 1040 Pitgaveny,
Morayshire
Killed in battle by Macbeth
Iona,
Argyllshire
Grandson of
Malcolm II
n/a

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1040-1058 1
Malcolm III,
Canmore

2
c. 1031 n/a 1058-1093 1093

Alnwick,
Northumberland,
England
Killed in battle

Dunfermline Abbey,
Fife
Son of
Duncan I
n/a
Donald III,
Bane

3
1033 n/a 1093-1094 1099 Rescobie,
Angus
Iona,
Argyllshire
Son of
Duncan I
n/a
Duncan II c. 1060 n/a May-Nov
1094
1094 Mondynes,
Kincardineshire

Killed at the Battle of Monthechin
Dunfermline Abbey,
Fife
Son of
Malcolm III
n/a
Donald III,
Bane
Ruled again

See above

1094-1097 See above
Edgar c. 1074 n/a 1097-1107 1107 Edinburgh Castle,
Edinburgh
Dunfermline Abbey,
Fife
Son of
Malcolm III
n/a
Alexander I c. 1077 n/a 1107-1124 1124 Stirling Castle,
Stirlingshire
Dunfermline Abbey,
Fife
Son of
Malcolm III
n/a
David I c. 1080 n/a 1124-1153 1153 Carlisle,
Cumberland,
England
Dunfermline Abbey,
Fife
Son of
Malcolm III
n/a
Malcolm IV,
the Maiden
1142 n/a 1153-1165 1165 Jedburgh,
Roxburghshire
Dunfermline Abbey,
Fife
Grandson of
David I
n/a
William I,
the Lion
1143 n/a 1165-1214 1214 Stirling Castle,
Stirlingshire
Arbroath Abbey,
Angus
Grandson of
David I
n/a
Alexander II 1198 Haddington,
East Lothian
1214-1249 1249 Kerrera,
Argyllshire
Melrose Abbey,
Roxburghshire
Son of
William I
n/a
Alexander III 1241 Roxburgh,
Roxburghshire
1249-1286 1286 Kinghorn,
Fife

Killed in a riding accident
Dunfermline Abbey,
Fife
Son of
Alexander II
n/a
Margaret,
Maid of Norway
1283 Norway 1286-1290 1 South Ronaldsay,
Orkney
Died en route from Norway to Scotland
Bergen,
Norway
Granddaughter of
Alexander III
n/a

Interregnum
4

1290-1292 1

Notes
1. Legend has it that Duncan I was not killed in battle but murdered by Macbeth at Glamis Castle in Angus.

2.
Malcolm III, Canmore was originally buried at Tynemouth in England.


3. Donald III, Bane was originally buried at Dunkeld, Perthshire.

4. Du
ring the first interregnum there were 13 claimants to the Scottish throne. After the adjudication of Edward I of England the crown was handed to John de Balliol in preference to Robert de Bruce.

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