Individual(s) / Person(s): James, son of Mac Domhnaill

Name, Surname, Sept, Origin
Full NameJames, son of Mac Domhnaill
Sept SurnameMac Somurli
Sub-Sept SurnameMac Domhnaill
Family's Place of Origin
DOB / DOD / Floruitfloruit: 1540
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Perception in Societynobilty
Fixed Address or Migrantunclear
Status in English LawStatus in eyes of Scottish law: James, son of Mac Domhnaill, his family and followers were imprisoned by James V who considered them 'serviceable' (AC, p. 717) and the members of the Clann O Domhnaill whom he had earlier released were banished.
Allies, Enemies, Chieftains, Household Retinue
Chieftains Contemporaneous WithJames V, king of Scotland
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Father's NameMac Domhnaill
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TitleAC, 1540, p.717, par. 16