Duncan MacDougall (nobilis)

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Castellum Dunstaffnage, gravissima Duncan MacDougall aedificium.

Duncan MacDougall, Gadelice Donnchadh mac Dubhghaill (i.e. "filius Dubhghaill"), fuit homo nobilis Scoticus saeculis duodecimo exeunte et tredecimo ineunte, Dubhghall mac Somhairle filius, Somhairle mac Gille Bhrighde nepos. Primus dominus de Argadia nominatus, habetur dominii familiae MacDougall in Argathelia conditor. Prioriam Ardchattan et castellum Dunstaffnage insigniter aedificavit.

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