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Alan FitzRoland, Lord of Gallaway (1185-1234)
Alan FitzRoland, Lord of Gallaway (1185-1234)
Birth: 1185
Wigtown
Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland
Death: Feb., 1234, Scotland

Alan FitzRoland, Lord of Galloway and Constable of Scotland. He was a "leading thirteenth-century Scottish magnate. As the hereditary Lord of Galloway and Constable of Scotland, he was one of the most influential men in the Kingdom of Scotland and Irish Sea zone." [Wikipedia]

Eldest son of Roland FitzUhtred, Lord of Galloway and Helen de Morville. Grandson of Uhtred and great grandson of Fergus, the King of Galloway, who was married to a daughter of King Henry I of England. He was the grandfather of King John Balliol of Scotland.

Alan married a de Lacy, thought to be a daughter of Roger de Lacy, Constable of Chester. They had several children including boys who died young:
* Daughter, died as Scottish hostage 1213
* Helen, wife of Roger de Quincy

Alan's second wife was Margaret de Huntingdon, the daughter of David of Scotland, 8th Earl of Huntingdon by his wife, Matilda of Chester, daughter of Hugh de Kevelioc, 3rd Earl of Chester. His children with Margaret were:
* Christina, wife of William de Forz
* Dervorguilla of Galloway, wife of John Balliol, 5th Baron de Balliol
* Thomas, died young

A third wife, no issue, was Rose de Lacy. He also had an illegitimate son named Thomas.

Alan was the most powerful and influential man in Scotland, known for his military strength and army size, his extensive holdings in Scotland, Ireland and England, affected the decisions of Scottish kings and was one of John Lackland's advisors concerning the Magna Carta. He was the last legitimate ruler of Galloway, and his family was remarkable for their religious contributions. His great grandfather founded Dundrennan Abbey where he was buried, and Alan founded Tongland Abbey. Alan accompanied Robert de Brus and Walter FitzAlan on a pilgrimage to Canterbury to witness the placing of the remains of Saint Thomas.

Alan's life was incredibly full, complicated and a combination of Gaelic, Frankish, Scottish and English events. No simple bio could possibly describe it all.

After his death, the position of Constable went to his son in law, Roger de Quincy. His only surviving son, the illegitimate Thomas, might have ruled Galloway had the Scottish crown not disallowed it by seizing the lordship and splitting the lands between his daughters, sans the Irish holdings which were given to the Bissets at an unknown point.

Family links:
Parents:
Roland de Galloway (1164 - 1200)
Elena de Morville Galloway (____ - 1217)

Children:
Elena McDonald Of Galloway (1208 - 1245)*
Devorguilla de Galloway (1218 - 1290)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Dundrennan Abbey
Dundrennan
Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

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Maintained by: Anne Shurtleff Stevens
Originally Created by: Jerry Ferren
Record added: Jan 10, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 63993118 
 
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Alan FitzRoland, Lord of Galloway (1185-1234) buried at Dundrennan Abbey, Dundrennan, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland
Alan FitzRoland, Lord of Galloway (1185-1234) buried at Dundrennan Abbey, Dundrennan, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland
Alan FitzRoland, Lord of Galloway
Birth: 1185
Wigtown
Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland
Death: Feb., 1234, Scotland

Alan FitzRoland, Lord of Galloway and Constable of Scotland. He was a "leading thirteenth-century Scottish magnate. As the hereditary Lord of Galloway and Constable of Scotland, he was one of the most influential men in the Kingdom of Scotland and Irish Sea zone." [Wikipedia]

Eldest son of Roland FitzUhtred, Lord of Galloway and Helen de Morville. Grandson of Uhtred and great grandson of Fergus, the King of Galloway, who was married to a daughter of King Henry I of England. He was the grandfather of King John Balliol of Scotland.

Alan married a de Lacy, thought to be a daughter of Roger de Lacy, Constable of Chester. They had several children including boys who died young:
* Daughter, died as Scottish hostage 1213
* Helen, wife of Roger de Quincy

Alan's second wife was Margaret de Huntingdon, the daughter of David of Scotland, 8th Earl of Huntingdon by his wife, Matilda of Chester, daughter of Hugh de Kevelioc, 3rd Earl of Chester. His children with Margaret were:
* Christina, wife of William de Forz
* Dervorguilla of Galloway, wife of John Balliol, 5th Baron de Balliol
* Thomas, died young

A third wife, no issue, was Rose de Lacy. He also had an illegitimate son named Thomas.

Alan was the most powerful and influential man in Scotland, known for his military strength and army size, his extensive holdings in Scotland, Ireland and England, affected the decisions of Scottish kings and was one of John Lackland's advisors concerning the Magna Carta. He was the last legitimate ruler of Galloway, and his family was remarkable for their religious contributions. His great grandfather founded Dundrennan Abbey where he was buried, and Alan founded Tongland Abbey. Alan accompanied Robert de Brus and Walter FitzAlan on a pilgrimage to Canterbury to witness the placing of the remains of Saint Thomas.

Alan's life was incredibly full, complicated and a combination of Gaelic, Frankish, Scottish and English events. No simple bio could possibly describe it all.

After his death, the position of Constable went to his son in law, Roger de Quincy. His only surviving son, the illegitimate Thomas, might have ruled Galloway had the Scottish crown not disallowed it by seizing the lordship and splitting the lands between his daughters, sans the Irish holdings which were given to the Bissets at an unknown point.

Family links:
Parents:
Roland de Galloway (1164 - 1200)
Elena de Morville Galloway (____ - 1217)

Children:
Elena McDonald Of Galloway (1208 - 1245)*
Devorguilla de Galloway (1218 - 1290)*

*Calculated relationship

Burial:
Dundrennan Abbey
Dundrennan
Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

Edit Virtual Cemetery info [?]

Maintained by: Anne Shurtleff Stevens
Originally Created by: Jerry Ferren
Record added: Jan 10, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 63993118 
 
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Albert and Martha (Schow) Griffin   about 1960
Albert and Martha (Schow) Griffin about 1960
Albert Harrison and Martha Schow Griffin 
 
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Albert Collard
Albert Collard
 
 
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Albert Edward Rutt and his stepmother.jpg
Albert Edward Rutt and his stepmother.jpg
 
 
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Albert Edward Rutt.jpg
Albert Edward Rutt.jpg
 
 
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Albert fished on Thursdays at Posey Lake in his rowboat
Albert fished on Thursdays at Posey Lake in his rowboat
Albert with his rowboat at Posey Lake. "He used to go fishing every Thursday, but never ate the fish he caught. Those were for the family to eat." ...Beth (daughter) 
 
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Albert Fredrick & Janet Rebecca Andersen Bischoff
Albert Fredrick & Janet Rebecca Andersen Bischoff
 
 
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Albert Fredrick & Janet Rebecca Anderson Bischoff Daughters
Albert Fredrick & Janet Rebecca Anderson Bischoff Daughters
 
 
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Albert Fredrick Bischoff Family about 1906
Albert Fredrick Bischoff Family about 1906
We are very unsure about who this family is? If anyone can help us to know please notify thru email.  
 
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Albert Fredrick Bischoff Family about 1906
Albert Fredrick Bischoff Family about 1906
We are very unsure about who this family is? If anyone can help us to know please notify thru email. In the original picture the child on the left can be seen. 
 
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Albert Harrison Griffin-Wedding time
Albert Harrison Griffin-Wedding time
 
 
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At least one living or private individual is linked to this item - Details withheld.
 
 
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Alberta_Morrisa.jpg
Alberta_Morrisa.jpg
 
 
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AlbertEdwardRutt.jpg
AlbertEdwardRutt.jpg
 
 
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Alden and Betty Worman Headstone.jpg
Alden and Betty Worman Headstone.jpg
 
 
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Alden R. Workman.jpg
Alden R. Workman.jpg
 
 
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Alex and Joseph III at Nauvoo May 1908.jpg
Alex and Joseph III at Nauvoo May 1908.jpg
 
 
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Alex and Joseph III bushrod Park, CA 1901  2.jpg
Alex and Joseph III bushrod Park, CA 1901 2.jpg
 
 
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Alex and Joseph III from Homestead photo 1891.jpg
Alex and Joseph III from Homestead photo 1891.jpg
 
 
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alex and joseph.jpg
alex and joseph.jpg
 
 
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alex and joseph2.jpg
alex and joseph2.jpg
 
 
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Alex Darlene Estella.jpg
Alex Darlene Estella.jpg
 
 
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Alex Martin Smith in Uniform.jpg
Alex Martin Smith in Uniform.jpg
 
 
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alex1.jpg
alex1.jpg
 
 
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Alexander & Joseph Smith (brothers).jpg
Alexander & Joseph Smith (brothers).jpg
 
 
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alexander boys.jpg
alexander boys.jpg
 
 
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alexander family2.jpg
alexander family2.jpg
 
 
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Alexander Hale Smith Headstone.jpg
Alexander Hale Smith Headstone.jpg
 
 
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Alexander III, KING OF SCOTLAND. From Encyclopædia Britannica online.
Alexander III, KING OF SCOTLAND. From Encyclopædia Britannica online.
 
 
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Alexander III, King of Scots. Photo added to Find a Grave by Ruggero on 3 June 2012.
Alexander III, King of Scots. Photo added to Find a Grave by Ruggero on 3 June 2012.
 
 
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alexander sibian mary don carlos emma albert grace florence herbert katherine salisbury.jpg
alexander sibian mary don carlos emma albert grace florence herbert katherine salisbury.jpg
L-R Alexander, Sibian Wyman, Mary Salisbury Dean (Hancock), Don Carlos, Emma Hale, (dog) Fritz, Albert, Grace, Herbert, & Katherine 
 
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Alexander Smith home Colfax, Harrison Co.,  Mo.jpg
Alexander Smith home Colfax, Harrison Co., Mo.jpg
 
 
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Alexander Smith home Lexington & Spring Ind. MO.jpg
Alexander Smith home Lexington & Spring Ind. MO.jpg
 
 
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Alexander Smith Photo.jpg
Alexander Smith Photo.jpg
 
 
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Alexander Smith.jpg
Alexander Smith.jpg
 
 
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Alexander son of Kenneth Smith 072.jpg
Alexander son of Kenneth Smith 072.jpg
 
 
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Alexander-Hale-Smith-2-001.jpg
Alexander-Hale-Smith-2-001.jpg
 
 
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alexander.jpg
alexander.jpg
 
 
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alexfamily3.jpg
alexfamily3.jpg
 
 
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Alexsandrina-Hovey.jpg
Alexsandrina-Hovey.jpg
 
 
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Alfonsez Castile.jpg
Alfonsez Castile.jpg
 
 
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Alfonso I King of Portugal
Alfonso I King of Portugal
 
 
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Alfonso V of León (994 – 7 August 1028), Father of Sancha of Leon from wikipedia
Alfonso V of León (994 – 7 August 1028), Father of Sancha of Leon from wikipedia
Alfonso V of León (994 – 7 August 1028) from https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Alfonso_V_of_Le%C3%B3n.jpg 
 
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Alfred Jackson and son Charles.jpg
Alfred Jackson and son Charles.jpg
 
 
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Alfred Jackson and son Charles.jpg
Alfred Jackson and son Charles.jpg
 
 
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Alfred the Great
Alfred the Great
 
 

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