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MacDougall, Alexander, lord of Argylllocked

(d. 1310)
  • W. D. H. Sellar

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MacDougall, Alexander, lord of Argyll (d. 1310), magnate, succeeded his father, Ewen MacDougall (d. in or after 1268), as head of his kindred. Himself the son of a king—for Ewen had been king in the Hebrides under the crown of Norway—he served two ...

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