Donnchad "(Duncan I)" mac Crinain , son of Crínán of Dunkeld Thane of Atholl and Bethóc ingen Maíl Coluim.
Born ± 1001, died 14 Aug 1040, approximately 39 years, death cause: killed
In 1039, Duncan led a large Scots army south to besiege Durham, but the expedition ended in disaster. Duncan survived, but the following year he led an army north into Moray, Macbeth's domain, apparently on a punitive expedition against Moray. There he was killed in action, at Bothnagowan, now Pitgaveny, near Elgin, by the men of Moray led by Macbeth, probably on 14 August 1040. He is thought to have been buried at Elgin before later relocation to the Isle of Iona.
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1. Máel Coluim mac Donnchada Caenn-Mor
Born 1031, died 13 Nov 1093 Alnwick,Northumberland, England, 61 or 62 years, death cause: Killed by Arkil Morel whilst invading Northumberland, buried 1093
Malcolm slew Macbeth
2. Donald "Ban" mac Donnchad The Fair
Died 1099, buried 1099
Donald was deposed twice,once in 1094 by Duncan II and then again in 1097