Ruadrí, Earl of Mar

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Ruadrí of Mar is the first known Mormaer or Earl of Mar from the 12th century, although that the mormaerdom was much older. For instance, there was a Mormaer of Mar at the Battle of Clontarf, 1014.

He was a witness to a confirmation of lands to the newly established Abbey of the Holy Trinity at Dunfermline, by David I in 1128.[1]

He is mentioned as Ruadrí mormar Marr in the Gaelic notes on the Book of Deer. This means his floruit dates a little after 1130.

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Preceded by
?
Mormaer of Mar
fl. 1130s
Succeeded by
?Gille Chlerig