My Maternal 19th. Great Grandfather, Malcolm Maclean, 3rd. Chief of Clan Maclean

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Maolcaluim mac Giliosa, 3rd Chief of Clan of MacLean

Gender: Male
Birth: circa 1242

Scotland

Death: circa 1320

Scotland

Immediate Family: Son of Malise mac Gilleain, 2nd Chief of Clan Maclean and nn Leche
Husband of Rioghnach nic Gamail
Father of John (Ian) Dubh MacGillean, 4th Chief; Neil Maclean and Donald Maclean
Half brother of Milmore Maclean
Added by: John McLean on March 28, 2008
Managed by: Richard Arthur Norton and 10 others

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Maolcaluim mac Giliosa

Gilliecallum (?)1

Malcolm Maclean or Maolcaluim mac Giliosa in Scottish Gaelic (flourished 1310 to 1320), was the 3rd Chief of Clan Maclean. Malcolm’s name has been written Maol-Calum and Gille-Calum, which means Servant of Columba. He became the Chief of Clan Maclean on the death of his father in 1300. He was succeeded by John Dubh Maclean, 4th Clan Chief, his youngest son, because the law of primogeniture did not apply in Scotland yet.[1] He died around 1320.

M, #505855 Last Edited=20 Aug 2014 Gilliecallum (?) is the son of Malise (?).2 He married unknown daughter Carrick, daughter of Lord of Carrick.1

He fought in the Battle of Bannockburn in 1314.1 Child of Gilliecallum (?) and unknown daughter Carrick

John ‘Dubh’ Maclean, 1st of Duart+2 Citations

[S37] BP2003 volume 2, page 2524. See link for full details for this source. Hereinafter cited as. [S37] [S37] BP2003. [S37]


Malcolm Maclean or Maolcaluim mac Giliosa in Scottish Gaelic (flourished 1310 to 1320), was the 3rd Chief of Clan Maclean. Malcolm’s name has been written Maol-Calum and Gille-Calum, which means Servant of Columba. He became the Chief of Clan Maclean on the death of his father in 1300. He was succeeded by John Dubh Maclean, 4th Clan Chief, his youngest son, because the law of primogeniture did not apply in Scotland yet.  source: https://geni.com

Argyll & Bute, ScotlandDUART CASTLE, ISLE OF MULL, ARGYLL, SCOTLAND2

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