King Edmund of Scotland (1094 - 1097)
Name: King Edmund of Scotland
Father: Malcolm III, King of Scotland
Mother: Margaret, daughter of Edward the Aetheling son of Edmund II of England
Relation to Elizabeth II: 25th great-granduncle
House of: Canmore
Ascended to the throne: November 12, 1094
Married: Did not marry
Died: After 1097, at Montacute Abbey, Somerset
Succeeded by: his brother Edgar
Edmund became joint ruler in 1094 with his uncle Donald III (Donald Bane) after Donald regained the throne on the death of his nephew Duncan II. Edmund ruled South of the Forth, and Donald the North.
He and Duncan were deposed by Edmund’s brother Edgar in 1097. Duncan was imprisoned, and Edmund fled to England where he became a monk at Montecute Abbey, Somerset, where he died later. The date of his death is unknown.
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