Dubhghall mac Suibhne
|Dubhghall mac Suibhne|
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Dubhghall mac Suibhne was a prominent 13th-century noble. He was a son of Suibhne and was Lord of Knapdale. He held lands in Knapdale and in Kintyre. In 1262, he lost his lordship and lands to Walter Stewart, Earl of Menteith after Alexander III of Scotland granted Skipinnish, Killislate amongst other lands in Knapdale and the parish of Kilcalmonell in Kintyre. The Earl of Menteith also obtained Skipness Castle, Castle Sween and Lochranza Castle formerly controlled by Dubhghall.
- Paul, James Balfour (editor). The Scots Peerage, Founded on Wood's Edition of Sir Robert Douglas's Peerage of Scotland. Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1909., p.130-131
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