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us: John, King of Scotland, approximately 1250-1313


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    • us: John, de Balliol, King of Scotland, approximately 1250-1313
    • us: Baliol, John de, approximately 1250-1313
    • us: Balliol, John, approximately 1250-1313
    • us: Balliol, John de, approximately 1250-1313
    • us: John, King of Scotland, ca. 1250-1313
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        (edtf) 1250~
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        (edtf) 1313
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      John, King of Scotland, ca. 1250-1313John,King of Scotland,ca. 1250-1313
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    • found: The Balliol dynasty, 1210-1364, 2008: chart 1, prelim. p. (John Balliol, King of Scots, 1292-96) p. 37 (b. ca. 1249) p. 202 (d. ca.25 Nov. 1314 at castle in Hélicourt in Picardy)
    • found: Ency. Brit. online, Nov. 5, 2008 (John, b. c.1250, d. April 1313, Château Galliard, Normandy, Fr.; also called John De Balliol or Baliol, king of Scotland, 1292-1296; son of John de Balliol (a Scottish magnate) and wife Dervorguilla)
    • found: Columbia companion to Brit. hist., 1996, via Google Book Search, Nov. 5, 2008: p. 61 (Balliol, John, c.1250-1313)
    • found: Douglas, D. Scottish kings, 1906, via Google Book Search, Nov. 5, 2008 p.115 (John (Balliol), King of Scotland, 1292-1296; John (de Balliol); b. ca.1250) p. 117 (d. Bailleul? on a Saturday in April 1313)
    • found: The Balliol dynasty, 2008 : cover, p. 4 (John (II), king of Scots from 1292 to 1296 (d. 1314)
    • found: Britannica online, viewed May 9, 2013 kings and queens of Scotland article (lists only one king named John, who is listed as John de Balliol; he reignee 1292-1296)
    • found: Oxford DNB online, viewed May 9, 2013 (John; John de Balliol; youngest son of John de Balliol; his claim to the Scottish throne "was based on the fact that his mother was the second daughter of Margaret, eldest daughter of David, earl of Huntingdon (d. 1219), the younger brother of William (the Lion), king of Scots")
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