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David, earl of Huntingdon and lord of Gariochlocked

  • Keith Stringer


David, earl of Huntingdon and lord of Garioch (1152–1219), magnate, was the youngest in the family of three sons and three daughters of Prince Henry of Scotland (c. 1115–1152) and his wife, Ada de Warenne (c. 1123–1178). His grandfather David I, in whose honour he was named, and his elder brothers, ...

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