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Godred the Black of Isle of Man

Kung på Isle of Man, England 1153-1158 och 1164-1187.

1127 England, Isle of Man 1)
1160 Norge, Oslo 1)
1164 England, Isle of Man 1)
1187-11-10 England, Isle of Man 1)
1187-12 Skottland, Hebriderna, Iona 2)
Familj med:  ?


1176 1)
3. Ivar of Isle of Man (1175 - 1257), riddare och kung på Isle of Man, England 1250-1256.
4. Afreca of Isle of Man (1176 - 1219), grevinna, gift med Lord John de Courcy i Ulster, Irland.
In the year 1153 King Olave (Bitling) was slain on the feast of the holy apostles Peter and Paul. In the following autumn Godred, his son, came from Norway with five ships, and put in at the Orkneys. All the chiefs of the Isles were rejoiced when they heard of his arrival, and assembling together, unanimously elected him for their king. Godred then came to Man, seized the three sons of Harold, and, to avenge his father's murder, awarded them the death they deserved. Another story is that he put out the eyes of two of them, and put the third to death. (Chronicle of Man and the Sudreys)

Efter ett sjöslag år 1156 delades Söderöarna i två delar och Hebriderna bildade ett eget rike med Islay som centrum. (Nordisk Vikingaguide, sid 189, Lars G. Holmblad)

In the year 1176, John de Courcy subdued Ulster. In the same year Vivian, Cardinal legate of the apostolic See, came to Man, and in the discharge of his office caused Godred to be united in lawful marriage with his wife, the daughter (Finola) of MacLoughlin, son of Muinrough, King of Ireland, who was mother of Olave then three years old. They were married by Silvanus, Abbot of Rivaulx. (Chronicle of Man and the Sudreys)

In the year 1187, on the 10th of November, Godred, King of the Isles, died in the Island of St. Patrick, in Man. In the beginning of the following summer his body was removed to the Island called lona (ett kloster på inre Hebriderna). He left three sons, Reginald, Olave, and Ivar. Reginald, then a full grown young man, was absent in the Isles. Olave, yet a very young boy, resided in Man. (Chronicle of Man and the Sudreys)

Godred during his life had appointed Olave to succeed to the kingdom, for the inheritance belonged to him by right, because he was born of lawful wedlock; and had commanded all the people of Man to appoint Olave king after his own death, and preserve inviolate their oath of allegiance. How ever, after the death of Godred, the Manxmen sent their messengers to the Isles for Reginald, and made him king, because he was a man of energy and of riper age. For they dreaded the weakness of Olave, for he was but a boy ten years old, and they considered that a person, who on account of his tender age, knew not how to direct himself, would be wholly incapable of governing his subjects. This was the reason why the people of Man appointed Reginald king. (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.
Isle of Man
Det officiella statsvapnet för Isle of Man.
Motto: Quocunque Jeceris Stabit.
(Whithersoever you throw it, it will stand)
Chronicle of Man and the Sudreys, P. A. Munch
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Uppdaterad 2011-11-25.