Duncan II of Scotland, King of Scotland, was born circa 1060 in Scotland, United Kingdom to Malcolm III of Scotland (c1031-1093) and Ingibiorg Finnsdóttir (-c1060) and died 12 November 1094 Kincardineshire, Scotland, United Kingdom of unspecified causes. He married Æthelreda of Scotland (c1060-) 1090 JL .

After Malcolm's death, Malcolm's brother Domnall (Donald) Bán became king. In May 1094, Duncan overthrew him, but six months later he was himself murdered and Donald resumed the monarchy.

Despite a short life and only one child, Duncan was posthumously blessed with many descendants, including several Lords FitzWalter and Harington and the Markenfield and Pierrepont families, whose descendants spread over much of Britain by the 17th century.


Offspring of Duncan II of Scotland and Æthelreda of Scotland (c1060-)
Name Birth Death Joined with
William FitzDuncan, Earl of Moray (c1092-c1154)


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