Aonghus Óg o Islay

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Aonghus Óg Mac Domhnaill
Laird o Islay
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Aonghus Óg's name as it appears in a facsimile o correspondence atween him an his feudal owerlaird, Edward I, Keeng o Ingland: "Engus de Yle".[1]
PredecessorAlasdair Óg Mac Domhnaill?
Dee'd1314×1318/c.1330
BuiriedIona
Noble faimilyClann Domhnaill
Spoose(s)Áine Ní Chatháin
Issue
Eóin, Máire, Áine?, Eóin (illegitimate)
FaitherAonghus Mór mac Domhnaill

Aonghus Óg Mac Domhnaill (died 1314×1318/c.1330) wis a fowerteent-century Scots magnate an chief o Clann Domhnaill.[note 1]

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  1. Syne the 1990s, academics hae accordit Aonghus Óg various patronyms in Inglis seicontar soorces: Áengus Óc Mac Domnaill,[2] Aengus Óg Mac Domnaill,[3] Aengus Óg MacDomhnaill,[4] Angus Macdonald,[5] Angus MacDonald,[6] Angus Og mac Donald,[7] Angus Og macDonald,[7] Angus Óg MacDonald,[8] Angus Og Macdonald,[9] Angus Og MacDonald,[10] Aonghas Óg MacDhomhnaill,[11] Aonghas Óg MacDòmhnaill,[12] Aonghas Óg MacDomhnaill,[13] Aonghas Óg MacDonald,[14] Aonghus Óg Mac Domhnaill,[15] an Aonghus Óg MacDomnaill.[16]

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