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King CONSTANTINE I of Alba

ABT 0836 - 0877

ID Number: I51216

  • TITLE: King
  • OCCUPATION: Reigned 863 - 877
  • RESIDENCE: SCT
  • BIRTH: ABT 0836, Scotland
  • DEATH: 0877, Battle at Inverdoval, Forgan, Fifeshire, Scotland [247033]
  • BURIAL: Isle of Iona
  • RESOURCES: See: [S1827] [S1828] [S2016] [S2142]
Father: KENNETH (Cinead) macAlpine of Alba (Scotland)


Family 1 :
  1. +DONALD (Domnall) II of Alba

Notes


"Born: Not Known - Died: 877 - Marriage: Not Known - Offspring: Donald.


Constantine was a waring King. During his reign he spent most of his days fighting off the Vikings or trying to expand his kingdom into the south. In 872 his assassination of 'Run' King of Strathclyde, and his brother-in-law, meant that the southern regions of what is now Scotland, became apart of his own ALBA.


864 saw the rampage of the Norsemen led by 'Olaf the White' from Dublin. Swiftly defeated by Constantine the Norsemen relaxed their threats on him until 'Thorsten the Red' led them, but he too was defeated successfully by King Constantine.


Although usually confident in battle, Constantine often resorted to tactics of bribes and payoff's to his rivals in order to keep the peace. This form of peace keeping was later employed by the English Royals, namely King Ethelred the Unready in the year 1000. In the end though, Constantine was finally revenged upon by the Norsemen, and a raiding party known as the 'Black Strangers' from Dublin made a base for themselves in Fife where they launched their attacks. It was during one of these attacks that Constantine met his match."


'Reigned 862-877. King of Picts Scots. King of Alba. Weir says he was killed in a battle against the Danes at Inverdorat, the Black Cove, Angus.'.


""Chalmers gives the name of Constantine to their first leader, whilst, according to Caradoc, Hobart was their chief when they reached Wales. To some old tradition of this migration, and to the encroachments of the Galwegians, the Inquisitio Davidis probably alludes: 'Diverse seditiones circumquaque insurgentes non solum ecclesiam et ejus possessiones destruxerunt verum etiam totam regionem vastantes ejus habitatores exilio tradide-runt.' (Reg. Glasg) In fact it would appear as if a Scottish party had dated its rise from the days of Kenneth MacAlpin, and secured a triumph by the expulsion of its antagonists, on the accession of Eocha to the Scottish throne, and by the election of Donald in the reign of the second Constantine.


22. Again, in 875, the same restless enemy, sallying forth from Northumberiand, laid waste Galloway, and a great part of Strathcluyd. Thus harassed by the insatiable Northmen, many of the inhabitants of Alclyd resolved upon emigrating to Wales. Under Constantin, their chief, they accordingly took their departure; but were encountered by the Saxons at Loch-maben, where Constantin was slain. They, however, repulsed their assailants, and forced their way to Wales, where Anarawa, the king, being at the time hard pressed by the Saxons, assigned them a district which they were to acquire and maintain by the sword. In the fulfilment of this condition, they aided the Welsh in the battle of Cymrid, where the Saxons were defeated and driven from the district. The descendants of these Strathcluyd Britons are said to be distinguished from the other inhabitants of Wales at the present day. The Strathcluyd kingdom was, of course, greatly weakened by the departure of so many of the best warriors; and it continued to be oppressed both by the Scots and Anglo-Saxon princes. The judicious selection of a branch of the Scottish line as their sovereign had the effect of securing peace between the two nations for some time. Hostilities, however, at length broke out with great fury, in consequence of Culen--who ascended the Scottish throne in 965 --having dishonored his own relative, a granddaughter of the late King of Strathcluyd. Incensed at the insult, the inhabitants flew to arms, under King Ardach, and marching into Lothian, there encountered the Scots. The battle was a fierce one, and victory declared for the Alcluydensians. Both Culen and his brother Eocha were slain. This occurred in 971. The Scottish throne was ascended by Kenneth III. [II.]; and the war between the Scots and Cumbrians continuing, the latter, under Dunwallin--the successor of Ardach--were at length overpowered on the bloody field of Vacornar; where, the Welsh Chronicle states, the victors lost many a warrior. Dunwallin retired to Rome in 975. The Strathcluyd kingdom, now fairly broken up, was annexed to the Scottish crown, and the inhabitants became mixed with the Scots and Picts. This was a successful era for the Scots. Though the country had been overrun by AEthelstan, the Saxons gained no permanent advantage. On the contrary, Eadmund, in 945, ceded Cumberland, in England, to Malcolm I., on condition of unity and aid. Lothian, which had previously been held by England, was also delivered up to Malcolm III., in 1018, after the battle of Carham with Uchtred of Northumberland.--Paterson, History of the County of Ayr, p. 15.


"An occasional brief entry in the early chronicles reveals the anxiety of the rulers of the Picts and Scots to avail themselves of the gradual decline of the Northumbrian power for the purpose of extending their own influence over the neighboring province of Strathclyde. Some such motives may have instigated Kenneth to seek for his daughter the alliance of a British prince; and a few years later, the death of Artgha, King of Strathclyde, which is attributed by the Irish annalists to the intrigues of Constantine the First, may have been connected with the same policy of aggrandizement, and have furthered the claims of Eocha, the son of Constantine's sister. The advancement of Eocha to the Scottish throne was shortly followed by important consequences to his native province, and after the flight and death of the Welsh prince Rydderch ap Mervyn had deprived the northern Britons of one of their firmest supporters, a considerable body of the men of Strathclyde, relinquishing the ancient country of their forefathers, set out, under a leader of the name Constantine, to seek another home amongst a kindred people in the south. Constantine fell at Lochmaben in attempting to force a passage through Galloway; but his followers, undismayed at their loss, persevered in [p.233] their enterprise, arriving in time to assist the Northern Welsh at the great battle of the Conway, where they won the lands, as the reward of their valor, which are supposed to be occupied by their descendants at the present day. (An. Ult., 876, 877; An. Camb. and Bruty Tywys. 880; Caledonia, vol. i., book iii., ch. v., p. 355.)"


"What most hindered the complete reduction of the Danelaw was the hostility to the English rule of the states north of it, the hostility of Bernicia, of Strathclyde, and, above all, of the Scots. The confederacy against AEthelstan had been brought together by the intrigues of the Scot king, Constantine; and though Constantine, in despair at his defeat, left the throne for a monastery, the policy of his son Malcolm was much the same as his father's. Eadmund was no sooner master of the Danelaw than he dealt with this difficulty in the north. The English blood of the Bernicians was probably drawing them at last to the English monarch, for after Brunanburh we hear nothing of their hostility. But Cambria was far more important than Bernicia, for it was through Cumbrian territory that the Ostmen [of Ireland] could strike most easily across Britain into the Danelaw ...."




[S1828] [S3107] [S3107]

[247033]
beheaded in battle by Vikings. fell at Lochmaben


                                                                       _EOCHAIDH "The Poisonous" of Argyll_+
                                                                      | (0747 - 0819)                      
                                                 _ALPIN of Argyll_____|
                                                | (0780 - ....)       |
                                                |                     |_FERGUSA (URGUSIA) of the Picts_____
                                                |                       (0755 - ....)                      
 _KENNETH (Cinead) macAlpine of Alba (Scotland)_|
| (0810 - 0859)                                 |
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|--CONSTANTINE I of Alba
|  (0836 - 0877)
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Sources

[S1827]

[S1828]

[S2016]

[S2142]

[S1828]

[S3107]

[S3107]


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Daniel? BARRINEAU

ABT 1810 - ____

ID Number: I26012

  • RESIDENCE: SC
  • BIRTH: ABT 1810
  • RESOURCES: See: [S446]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) BARRINEAU Williamsburg Dist. SC


Family 1 :
  1. +Eliza J. BARRINEAU
  2. +Thomas A. BARRINEAU
  3. +Martha Susanna BARRINEAU

Notes


p. 25: Eliza, Thomas and Martha Susanna Barrineau were brother and sisters. Need parents. please write, jbass@digital.net


From: "M. Young" mlyoung1@flash.net "Spouse: Pamela J. In the 1860 Williamsburg Co., SC census, D. Barrineau has a house full of people. One is M. M. S. aged 16 (agrees with 1880 census age of Susana McCants) and another is E. J. McCants, F, 20, just below R. S. McCants.
The D. and P. J. Barrineau (assumed parents) might be Daniel and Pamela J. Barrineau.


[S446] [S3330]


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 _(RESEARCH QUERY) BARRINEAU Williamsburg Dist. SC_|
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|--Daniel? BARRINEAU 
|  (1810 - ....)
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[S446]

[S446]

[S3330]


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Antoinette CARTER

ABT 1860 - ____

ID Number: I92282

  • RESIDENCE: GA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1860
  • RESOURCES: See: LDS IGI FGR

Family 1 : Allen Seaborn PERRY
  1.  Ora PERRY

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John CHEW "the Immigrant"

ABT 1590 - ____

ID Number: I75762

  • OCCUPATION: member of the Virginia Assembly from 1623
  • RESIDENCE: 1622 James City VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1590
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2889]

Family 1 :
  1. +Samuel CHEW

Notes


Came to Virginia in 1622 on the Charitie; settled at James City; member of the Virginia Assembly from 1623. Spouse: Sarah, who Followed her husband to Virginia in 1623 on the vessel Seafloure.


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[S2889]


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Hugh DICKEY

20 Nov 1880 - ____

ID Number: I4627

  • RESIDENCE: Pike Co. MS
  • BIRTH: 20 Nov 1880
  • RESOURCES: See: [S11] [S478]
Father: William DICKEY
Mother: Carolina Amelia CONEY


Family 1 : Una BERRYHILL

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 _William DICKEY ________|
| (1840 - ....) m 1865   |
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|--Hugh DICKEY 
|  (1880 - ....)
|                                               _William CONEY Sr.______+
|                                              | (1767 - 1848) m 1803   
|                         _Jeremiah CONEY Sr.__|
|                        | (1806 - 1868) m 1834|
|                        |                     |_Rachel BELL? FENNY? ___
|                        |                       (1780 - 1825) m 1803   
|_Carolina Amelia CONEY _|
  (1845 - ....) m 1865   |
                         |                      _Daniel QUIN ___________+
                         |                     | (1779 - 1859) m 1805   
                         |_Emily QUIN _________|
                           (1817 - 1899) m 1834|
                                               |_Keturah "Kitty" DEERE _+
                                                 (1780 - 1851) m 1805   

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[S478]


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John "Patuxent John" DORSEY

ABT 1699 - ____

ID Number: I88366

  • RESIDENCE: Ann Arundel Co. MD
  • BIRTH: ABT 1699, Maryland
  • RESOURCES: See: [S3263]
Father: Edward DORSEY I
Mother: Ruth HILL


Notes


John "Patuxent John" Dorsey b. About. 1699 in Maryland

                                             _Edward DORSEY "the Immigrant"_
                                            | (1615 - 1659)                 
                       _John DORSEY ________|
                      | (1643 - 1715)       |
                      |                     |_Anne HOWARD __________________+
                      |                       (1625 - 1659)                 
 _Edward DORSEY I_____|
| (1678 - 1702) m 1698|
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|                     |_Pleasance ELY ______|
|                       (1650 - 1734)       |
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|--John "Patuxent John" DORSEY 
|  (1699 - ....)
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|_Ruth HILL __________|
  (1681 - 1735) m 1698|
                      |                      _______________________________
                      |                     |                               
                      |_____________________|
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                                            |_______________________________
                                                                            

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Sir BERNARD LINDSAY

ABT 1570 - 1626

ID Number: I59841

  • TITLE: Sir
  • RESIDENCE: Scotland
  • BIRTH: ABT 1570
  • DEATH: 1626
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2222]
Father: THOMAS LINDSAY


Family 1 : BARBARA LOGAN
  1. +BERNARD LINDSAY of Lochehill

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 _THOMAS LINDSAY _____|
| (1530 - 1594)       |
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|--BERNARD LINDSAY 
|  (1570 - 1626)
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[S2222]


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Nathaniel Q. MALLORY

ABT 1810 - ____

ID Number: I6997

  • RESIDENCE: Amherst Co. VA and Audrain Co. MO
  • BIRTH: ABT 1810, Virginia
  • DEATH: Audrain Co. Missouri
  • RESOURCES: See: [S301]
Father: (RESEARCH QUERY) MALLORY of VA & MO


Family 1 : Henrietta CARTER
  1.  Edward MALLORY
  2.  William H. MALLORY
  3.  Quales MALLORY
  4.  Victoria MALLORY
  5.  George W. MALLORY

Notes


SOURCES 1850 Montgomery Co., MO census page 198 1860 Montgomery Co., MO census page 121 Mark Kelley
Who are the parents? Are they brothers married sisters?

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 _(RESEARCH QUERY) MALLORY of VA & MO_|
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|--Nathaniel Q. MALLORY 
|  (1810 - ....)
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Col. John WILSON

ABT 1747 - ____

ID Number: I97649

  • TITLE: Col.
  • RESIDENCE: VA
  • BIRTH: ABT 1747
  • RESOURCES: See: [S2387]

Family 1 : Mary LUMPKIN

Notes


MARY (b. 1749 in King & Queen Co., VA). She married Col. JOHN WILSON in 1767 and remained in Virginia. They left many descendants "who rank among the best people of the state" (according to Gov. LUMPKIN). One of their daughters, ISABELLA WILSON, married JAMES A. GLENN, whose descendant, ROBERT BROADNAX GLENN, became Governor of North Carolina (mentioned in GLENN family story).





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