Isabelle Huntingdon, b. ca. 1199 in Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire, England, m. Henry de Percy, d. ca. 1251

Father: David, Earl of Huntingdon, b. 1144 in Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire, England, d. 17 June 1219 in Jedburgh, Roxburghshire, Scotland
Mother: Maud de Meschines, b. ca. 1163 in Cheshire, England, d. ca. 6 January 1232

Spouse: Robert de Bruce, b. ca. 1164 in Annandale, Dumfrieshire, Scotland, d. ca. 1245

Father: William de Bruce, b. ca. 1142 in Annandale, Dumfrieshire, Scotland, d. ca. 1215
Mother: Christine ?, b. ca. 1164 in Dumfrieshire, Scotland
Robert was the 4th Baron of Annandale.
Married ca. 1201 in Huntingdonshire, Scotland.

Children:

  1. Beatrice Bruce, b. ca. 1202 in Carrick, Argyllshire, Scotland
  2. Robert "the Competitor" de Brus, b. 1210 in Annandale, Dumfrieshire, Scotland, m. Isabel de Clare, ca. May 1240 in Scotland, m. Christine De Ireby, ca. 1270, d. 31 May 1295 in Priory, Lochmaben, Dumfrieshire, Scotland
  3. Bernard Bruce, b. ca. 1212 in Annandale, Dumfrieshire, Scotland
  4. Richard de Bruce, b. ca. 1214 in Annandale, Dumfrieshire, Scotland, d. 26 January 1287

David, Earl of Huntingdon, b. 1144 in Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire, England, d. 17 June 1219 in Jedburgh, Roxburghshire, Scotland

Father: Henry, Earl of Huntingdon, b. 1114 in Northumberland, England, d. 1152
Mother: Adama of Surrey

Children:

  1. Henry of Stirling
  2. Henry of Brechin
  3. Ada "the Elder" of Huntingdon, m. Malise de Strathearn of Muthil

Spouse: Maud de Meschines, b. 1171 in Cheshire, England, d. ca. 6 January 1233

Father: Hugh de Kevelioc, Earl of Chester, b. 1147 in Kevelioc, Merionethshire, Wales, d. 1181 in Leek, Staffordshire, England
Mother: Bertrade de Montfort (Evreux), b. 1155 in Chester, Cheshire, England, d. 12 July 1189 in Evreux, Eure, France
Married 26 August 1190.

Children:

  1. Margaret of Huntingdon, b. ca. 1194, m. Alan, Lord of Galloway, ca. 1209, d. ca. 1228
  2. Robert of Huntingdon, died young
  3. Ada of Huntingdon, m. Sir Henry de Hastings
  4. Maud (Matilda) of Huntingdon, d. aft. 1219
  5. Isabelle Huntingdon, b. ca. 1199 in Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire, England, m. Henry de Percy, m. Robert de Bruce, ca. 1201 in Huntingdonshire, Scotland, d. ca. 1251
  6. John of Scotland, Earl of Huntingdon, b. 1207, m. Elen (Helen) ferch Llywelyn "the Elder", d. 6 June 1237
  7. Henry of Huntingdon, died young

Henry, Earl of Huntingdon, b. 1114 in Northumberland, England, m. Adama of Surrey, d. 1152

Father: David I, King of Scotland, b. 1082 in Scotland, d. 24 May 1153
Mother: Maud de Senlis, b. 1072 in Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire, England, d. 23 April 1130 in Scotland
Henry was the only one of King David's three children to reach maturity. He was also the earl of Huntingdon and Northumberland.

Spouse: Ada de Warenne, b. ca. 1120, d. 1178

Father: William II de Warenne, b. 1071 in England, d. 11 May 1138 in England
Mother: Isabel (Elizabeth) de Vermondois
Married ca. 1136 in England.

Children:

  1. Ada of Huntingdon, b. ca. 1146, m. Floris III, Count of Holland, d. aft. 1206
  2. Margaret of Huntingdon, b. 1145, m. Conan IV of Brittany, 1160, m. Humphrey III de Bohun, 1171, m. William fitzPatrick Hertburn, 1183, d. 1201, bur. Sawtrey Abbey, Huntingdonshire, Scotland
  3. Malcolm IV "the Maiden", b. 1142, d. 1165
  4. William I "the Lion" King of Scotland, b. 1143, m. Ermengarde de Beaumont, 5 September 1189 in Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England, d. 4 December 1214 in Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland, Became king, 1165 in Scone, Perthshire, Scotland, Founded Arbroath Abbey, 1178 in Arbroath, Angusshire, Scotland
  5. David, Earl of Huntingdon, b. 1144 in Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire, England, m. Maud de Meschines, ca. 1183, d. 17 June 1219 in Jedburgh, Roxburghshire, Scotland
  6. Marjory, Princess of Scotland, b. 1152 in England, m. Gilchrist, Earl of Angus, 1169
  7. Matilda of Huntingdon

David I, King of Scotland, b. 1082 in Scotland, d. 24 May 1153

Father: Malcolm III Canmore, King of Scotland, b. 1031 in Scotland, d. 13 November 1093
Mother: Margaret "Atheling", b. ca. 1043 in Hungary, d. 16 November 1093 in Escorial, Madrid, Spain
David spent most of his early life in the court of King Henry I "Beauclerc" of England. Through his marriage to Maud he acquired the earldom of Huntingdon and lands in Northamptonshire. He issued the first Scottish coinage, and built or rebuilt the castles around which grew the first Scottish burghs: Edinburgh, Stirling, Berwick, Roxburgh, and perhaps Perth.

Spouse: Maud de Senlis, b. 1072 in Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire, England, m. Simon de St. Liz (Senlis), 1090 in Huntingdonshire, England, d. 23 April 1130 in Scotland

Father: Waltheof II, Earl of Northumberland, b. ca. 1046 in Northumberland, England, d. 31 May 1076 in Winchester, Cheshire, England
Mother: Judith of Lens, b. ca. 1054 in Lens, Artois, France
Married 1113.

Children:

  1. Henry, Earl of Huntingdon, b. 1114 in Northumberland, England, m. Ada de Warenne, ca. 1136 in England, m. Adama of Surrey, bef. 1144, d. 1152

Malcolm III Canmore, King of Scotland, b. 1031 in Scotland, m. Ingeborg Thorfinnsdatter, d. 13 November 1093

Father: Duncan I, King of Scotland, d. 14 August 1040 in Elgin, Morayshire, Scotland
Mother: Sibyl (Ælflæd) Fitzsiward, b. ca. 1010 in Northumberland, England
His name was Mael Coluim Ceann Mor (Malcolm "Big Head" or "Great Chief"). He lived in exile in England after his father's murder. After the invasion of England by William the Conqueror, Malcolm gave refuge to the Anglo-Saxon prince, Edgar the Atheling, and his sisters, one of whom became his second wife.

He acknowledged the overlordship of William I in 1072, but later made five raids into English territory. He was killed during the fifth raid by the forces of King William II Rufus.

Spouse: Ingibjorg "the Earl's Mother" Finnsdatter, b. ca. 1015 in Osteraat, Yrje, Norway, m. Thorfinn II "the Black" Sigurdsson, Earl of Orkney, bef. 1038, d. bef. 1069 in Scotland

Father: Finn Arnasson, d. ca. 1065
Mother: Bergljot Halfdansdottir
Married ca. 1058 in Atholl, Perthshire, Scotland

Children:

  1. Duncan II, King of Scotland, b. ca. 1060, m. Ethelreda of Northumbria, d. 12 November 1094
  2. Donald mac Malcolm, d. ca. 1094
  3. Malcolm mac Malcolm, d. ca. 1085

Spouse: Margaret "Atheling", b. ca. 1043 in Hungary, d. 16 November 1093 in Escorial, Madrid, Spain

Father: Edward "Atheling" (the Exile), b. 1016 in England
Mother: Agatha of Hungary, b. ca. 1018 in Ausburg, Hungary
Married ca. 1068.

Children:

  1. Edith (Matilda) of Scotland, b. ca. 1070 in Dunfermline, Fifeshire, Scotland, m. Henry I "Beauclerc" King of England, 11 November 1100 in Westminster Abbey, London, Middlesex, England, d. 1 May 1118 in Westminster, Middlesex, England
  2. Edgar "the Atheling", b. 1075, d. 1107
  3. Alexander I, b. ca. 1080, m. Sybilla, ca. 1100, d. 1124
  4. David I, King of Scotland, b. 1082 in Scotland, m. Maud de Senlis, 1113, d. 24 May 1153
  5. Mary of Scotland, b. ca. 1086 in Scotland, m. Eustace III of Boulogne, 1102, d. 18 April 1118 in Boulogne, France

Duncan I, King of Scotland, d. 14 August 1040 in Elgin, Morayshire, Scotland

Father: Crinan "the Thane", b. ca. 978
Mother: Beatrix (Bethoc), b. ca. 985 in Scotland
Duncan (or Doncha) helped kill his grandfather, Malcolm II, to become king. North and west Scotland was conquered during his reign by Earl Thorfinn of Orkney, whose daughter married Duncan's son, Malcolm.

Spouse: Sibyl (Ælflæd) Fitzsiward, b. ca. 1010 in Northumberland, England

Father: Siward, Earl of Northumbria, b. ca. 990 in Scotland
Married.

Children:

  1. Donald Bane
  2. Malcolm III Canmore, King of Scotland, b. 1031 in Scotland, m. Ingibjorg "the Earl's Mother" Finnsdatter, m. Margaret "Atheling", ca. 1068, d. 13 November 1093
  3. Melmare, Earl of Atholl, b. ca. 1045 in Atholl, Perthshire, Scotland

Crinan "the Thane", b. 978?

Father: Duncan, Mormaer of Athol
He is also listed by some sources as Crinon de Mormaer, son of Duncan, Lord of Mormaer.

Spouse: Beatrix (Bethoc), b. ca. 985 in Scotland

Father: Malcolm II, King of Scotland, b. ca. 958, d. 25 November 1034 in Glamus Castle, Angus, Angushire, Scotland
Mother: Agatha Christian
Married 1000.

Children:

  1. Duncan I, King of Scotland, m. Sibyl (Ælflæd) Fitzsiward, d. 14 August 1040 in Elgin, Morayshire, Scotland

Duncan, Mormaer of Athol

Children:

  1. Crinan "the Thane", b. ca. 978, m. Beatrix (Bethoc), 1000

Malcolm II, King of Scotland, b. ca. 958, d. 25 November 1034 in Glamus Castle, Angus, Angushire, Scotland

Father: Kenneth II, King of Scotland, b. ca. 932, d. 995
Mother: Aelgigu
He was the first to rule over an area that roughly corresponds to modern Scotland.

Spouse: Agatha Christian

Father: Sigurd II "Digri" Hlodversson, Earl of Orkney, b. ca. 985 in Orkney Isles, Scotland, d. 23 April 1014 in Dublin, Leinster, Ireland
It is possible that Agatha Christian is not Anleta's mother. If she is, that would make Anleta the grand-daughter of her husband, Sigurd.
Married ca. 983.

Children:

  1. Anleta Thora Donada, m. Sigurd II "Digri" Hlodversson, Earl of Orkney ca. 1008.
  2. Beatrix (Bethoc), b. ca. 985 in Scotland, m. Crinan "the Thane", 1000

Kenneth II, King of Scotland, b. ca. 932, d. 995

Father: Malcolm I, King of Scotland, b. ca. 897, d. 954

Spouse: Aelgigu

Her father was the king of Leinster.
Married.

Children:

  1. Malcolm II, King of Scotland, b. ca. 958, m. Agatha Christian, ca. 983, d. 25 November 1034 in Glamus Castle, Angus, Angushire, Scotland

Malcolm I, King of Scotland, b. ca. 897, d. 954

Father: Donald VI, King of Scotland, d. ca. 900 in Dun-Fother, Scotland
His Gaelic name was Mael Coluim. He annexed Moray into the Scottish kingdom and drove the Danes from York. The English King Edmund turned over Cumbria to him as a fief or seal of alliance. In 954 the West Saxon King Eadred reunited the north counties to his domains, Malcolm was slain the same year.

Children:

  1. Acar
  2. Duff (Dubh), King of Scotland, d. 966
  3. Kenneth II, King of Scotland, b. ca. 932, m. Aelgigu, d. 995

Donald VI, King of Scotland, d. ca. 900 in Dun-Fother, Scotland

Father: Constantine I, King of Scotland, d. 877
After Donald died his cousin, Constantine II, became king.

Children:

  1. Malcolm I, King of Scotland, b. ca. 897, d. 954

Constantine I, King of Scotland, d. 877

Father: Kenneth I, King of Scotland, d. 13 February 858 in Forteviot, Perthshire, Scotland
His Gaelic name was Causantin. During the reign of Constantine, Olaf the White, King of Dublin, laid waste to the country of the Picts and Britons year after year.

Children:

  1. Donald VI, King of Scotland, d. ca. 900 in Dun-Fother, Scotland

Kenneth I, King of Scotland, d. 13 February 858 in Forteviot, Perthshire, Scotland

Father: Alpin, King of Dalriada, d. 834 in Galloway, Scotland
His Gaelic name was Cinnaeda "the Hardy". It is Kenneth who it is believed brought the Stone of Destiny (Lia Fail) from Iona to Scone. He was said to be a man of "marvelous astuteness."

Children:

  1. Aed, King of Scotland, d. 878
  2. Constantine I, King of Scotland, d. 877

Siward, Earl of Northumbria, b. ca. 990 in Scotland

Father: Kenneth III, King of Scotland, d. 994

Children:

  1. Sibyl (Ælflæd) Fitzsiward, b. ca. 1010 in Northumberland, England, m. Duncan I, King of Scotland

Kenneth III, King of Scotland, d. 994

Father: Duff (Dubh), King of Scotland, d. 966

Children:

  1. Siward, Earl of Northumbria, b. ca. 990 in Scotland

Duff (Dubh), King of Scotland, d. 966

Father: Malcolm I, King of Scotland, b. 897?, d. 954

Children:

  1. Kenneth III, King of Scotland, d. 994

William I "the Lion", King of Scotland, b. 1143, d. 4 December 1214 in Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland, Became king of Scotland, 24 December 1165 in Scone, Perthshire, Scotland, Founded Arbroath Abbey, 1178 in Arbroath, Angusshire, Scotland, buried aft. December 1214 in Arbroath Abbey, Angushire, Scotland
Father: Henry, Earl of Huntingdon, b. 1114 in Northumberland, England, d. 1152
Mother: Ada de Warenne
William inherited the earldom of Northumberland in 1152, but had to relinquish it in 1157 to King Henry II. In 1173 he joined a revolt of Prince Henry's (his father) sons to regain the earldom and was captured near Alnwick, Northumberland. He was released in 1174 after agreeing to recognize the overlordship of England and the supremacy of the English church over the Scottish church (the Treaty of Falaise signed 8 December 1174). Upon King Henry's death William was released from fuedal subjection by paying a large sum of money to King Richard I, who then recognized the independence of Scotland in 1189 (the Quitclaim of Canterbury, 5 December 1189). Pope Celestine III ruled in 1192 that the Scottish church owed obedience only to Rome, not England. In 1209 King John forced William to renounce his claim to the earldom of Northumberland.

William had several concubines including an Isabel de Avenel and a Miss Hythus. Another source listed William and Isabel de Avenel as being married.

Spouse: Isabel de Avenel, b. ca. 1143 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland

Father: Richard Avenel
Married ca. 1156.

Children:

  1. Ada of Scotland, b. ca. 1158 in Huntingdon, Huntingdonshire, Scotland, m. Patrick "Black Beard" de Dunbar, 4th Earl of Dunbar, d. 11 January 1204 in Dunbar Castle, East Lothian, Scotland
  2. Margaret Fitz William, b. ca. 1160
  3. Anfrica of Huntington, b. ca. 1162, m. William II de Saye, 1158
  4. Isabella mac William, b. 1165, m. Robert De Bruce (2), 1183, m. Robert de Ross, 1191 in Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland

Spouse: Ermengarde de Beaumont

Married 5 September 1189 in Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England.

Children:

  1. Margaret, Princess of Scotland, b. 1193, m. Hubert de Burgh, 1st Earl of Kent, 1221, d. 1259
  2. Isabella, Princess of Scotland, b. 1195 in Scotland, m. Roger Bigod, 4th Earl of Norfolk, ca. 1230, d. 1253
  3. Alexander II, King of Scotland, b. 1198, m. Joan, Princess of North Wales, d. 1249, He became King of Scotland, 1214 in Scone, Perthshire, Scotland
  4. Marjory, Princess of Scotland (2), b. 1200, m. Gilbert Marshal, August 1235, d. 1244