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On Valentine’s Day 796 years ago, brother fought brother for the throne of the Isle of Man, as their fathers and uncles had done before them, another entry in the blood and betrayal-filled saga of the house of Crovan. Today, we hear the family conflict that led to that battle and see yet another king installed. In doing so, we’ll meet more Godreds, Reginalds, and Olaves than you can shake a stick at as we take a third dive into the 13th-century Chronicle of Man and the Sudreys.
The Chronicle of Man and the Sudreys. Edited by P.A. Munch, translated by Alexander Goss, vol. 1, The Manx Society, 1874. Google Books.
- “Total Population for the Island 1726-1891.” A Manx Note Book, edited by Frances Coakley, 2001, www.isle-of-man.com/manxnotebook/history/pop.htm
- “Battle Detail: Memphis II.” U.S. National Parks Service, www.nps.gov/civilwar/search-battles-detail.htm?battleCode=tn031