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Harold of Isle of Man

Kung på Isle of Man, England 1249-1250.

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1207 England, Isle of Man 1)
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1250 Norge 2)
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1287 Norge 1)
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In the year 1249, Reginald (II) began to reign on the 6th of May, and on the 30th of the same month, he was slain by the knight Ivar and his accomplices, in a meadow near the church of the Holy Trinity at Rushen. He was buried in the church of St. Mary of Rushen. After his death Harold, son of Godred Don, began to reign in Man. (Chronicle of Man and the Sudreys)

1249, Harold, the son of Godred Don, usurping the name and dignity of king in Man, drove out nearly all the chiefs of Harold, Olave's son, and in their stead made the fugitives who had joined him chiefs and nobles. (Chronicle of Man and the Sudreys, notes 46)

In 1250, when Harold was summoned to Norway, he acted still in the capacity of trustee or vicegerent, with which he had been invested by King Hácon, in bringing the third son of King Olaf to Man, supported by a Norwegian force. He wounded, however, the sensibility of the Manx in making use of his royal title, and the Chronicle relates how the enterprise failed. After that time it seems that Eogan resigned the title as well as his allegiance to Norway; because, in a letter still preserved, issued by him in the year 1251, he styles himself only 'Eogan, knight, son of Duncan of Argyle'; and in 1263 he appears as the subject and decided partizan of Alexander III. We learn, however, from the Saga, that not till then did he resign his fiefs. (Chronicle of Man and the Sudreys, notes 46)

There seems to have been a conspiration between Harold the son of Godred and Sir Ivar, because, in a letter issued by King Henry of England on the 21st of April 1256, an order is given to all authorities not to receive Harold or Ivar, who had shame-fully murdered King Reginald, nor their accomplices of this Sir Ivar, however, nothing more is known, maybe he belonged to the royal family of the Isles. (Chronicle of Man and the Sudreys, notes 45)

In the year 1275, on the 7th day of the month of October, a fleet of the Lord Alexander King of Scotland, put into Ronaldsway, and on the following day, before sunrise, a battle was fought between the Manxmen and the Scots, in which the Scots prevailing slew 537 Manxmen. (Chronicle of Man and the Sudreys)
Isle of Man
Isle of Man är en ö med cirka 80 000 invånare, och den är belägen mellan England och Irland.
 
Rushen
Slottet Rushen på Isle of Man, byggt år 1153. Det är öns bäst bevarade byggnadsminne från dess norska tid. De sista jarlerna residerade där och slottet är numera museum. (En nordisk kronologi, Alf Henrikson)
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Fra Skanke-slektens historie, G.V.C. Young
Chronicle of Man and the Sudreys, P. A. Munch
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Uppdaterad 2011-11-25.