Below is a 3rd Royal path from Sir Roger Kirkpatrick to Kenneth (I) MacAlpin, king of the Picts & Scots.

Each and every verifying page on Wikipedia has been linked to the person's name, so there should be NO challenges. The "youngest," or most recent of the ancestors were provided by Mr. William Supernaw Ford.




Alpín (mac Echdach??) (??--c836 at ??Galloway??)
Assumed Father of
Kenneth (I) MacAlpin, king of the Picts & Scots
(??--February 13, 857/58 at February 13, 857/58)

Father of
Constantine I, King of the Picts and Scots
(??--c877 at Inverdovat?, Buried on Iona)

Father of
Donald II, King of the Picts and Scotland
(??--c900 Forres or Dunnottar, Buried on Iona)

Father of
Malcolm I, king of Scots
(??--c954 at Fetteresso or Dunnottar)

Father of
Kenneth II, King of Scotland
(before 945--c995 at Fettercairn?)

Father of
Malcolm II, MacKenneth, King of Scotland
(c980--November 25, 1034 at Glamis, Buried on Iona)

Father of
Crínán of Dunkeld &
Bethóc ingen Maíl Coluim meic Cináeda (??--??)
MOTHER of
Duncan I, King of Scotland
(??--cAugust 15, 1040) & Suthen

Father of
Malcolm III, King of the Scots
(1031--November 13, 1093) & Saint Margaret, of Scotland

Father of
David I, King of Scotland
(c1084--May 24, 1153) & Maud of Huntingdon

Father of
Henry of Scotland (c1114--June 12, 1152)
& Ada de Warenne

Father of
David of Scotland, Earl of Huntingdon
(c1144--June 17, 1219) & Maude of Chester

Father of
Isabella of Huntingdon (1199--1251)
& Lord Robert Brus IV
and see below**
Assumed parents of
Euphemia de Bruce (c 1200--??)
& Ivone de Kirkpatrick
source = BURK'S PEERAGE AND BARONETAGE pg 1515
(NOTE: Different sources claim different parents
for Euphemia and, until clearly proven otherwise,
we are going on the assumption that our research is correct.)
MOTHER of
Adam de Kirkpatrick - Kilosburn, Scotland - (c1210--??)
source = BURK'S PEERAGE AND BARONETAGE pg 1515 & 1516
Father of
Stephen Kirkpatrick - Kilosburn, Scotland - (c1250 --??)
source = BURK'S PEERAGE AND BARONETAGE pg 1515 & 1516
Father of
Sir Roger Kirkpatrick - Closeburn, Scotland - (c1280 -??)
source = BURK'S PEERAGE AND BARONETAGE pg 1515 & 1516





**ROBERT de Brus, son of WILLIAM Brus & his wife --- (-1245). The manuscript history of the Bruce family of Carleton records that “Robertus Brus secundus” succeeded “Willielmus Brus”[466]. He succeeded his Father as Lord of Annandale. “Robertus de Brus” confirmed donations to Gysburn Priory by “Robertus de Brus avus meus…Willielmus pater meus” by undated charter witnessed by “Willielmo de Brus, Johanne de Brus…”[467]. m ISABEL of Huntingdon, daughter of DAVID of Scotland Earl of Huntingdon & his wife Matilda of Cheshire (1206-1251, bur Saltre Abbey, near Stilton, Gloucs). The Annales Londonienses name "Margaretam, Isabellam, Matildam, et Aldam" as the four daughters of "comiti David", recording the marriage of "la secounde fille Davi" and "sire Robert de Brus"[468]. She was granted the manors of Writtle and Hatfield, Essex, 16 Oct 1241 in return for her share of the inheritance of her brother John Earl of Chester. Sir Robert & his wife had two children:









































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