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Male David I "The Saint" King of Scotland Click to view David I "The Saint" King of Scotland in the family tree

David I "The Saint" King of was born about 1080 in Scotland.  David I "The Saint" King of's father was Malcolm III Canmore King of Scotland and his mother was St. Margaret Aetheling of Scotland.  His paternal grandparents were Duncan I MacCrinan King of Scotland and Sibyl Sywardsdottir , of Northumbria; his maternal grandparents were Edward "The Exile\Aetheling" Prince of England and Agatha of Hungary. He had a half-brother and two half-sisters, named Alexander I "The Fierce" King of, Matilda (Edith) Princess of and Mary Princess of.  He died on May 24th, 1153 in Carlisle, Cumberland, England.

David I "The Saint" King of's family with Matilda de Huntingdon

‌David I "The Saint" King of and Matilda de were married in a religious ceremony in 1113 in 2nd husband.  They had a son named Henry Earl of.

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