|SOME NOTES ON MEDIEVAL ENGLISH GENEALOGY|
Volume 8, page 403 (as modified by volume 14):
He [Donald, Earl of Mar (d. c. 1297)] m. Helen, widow of Malcolm, EARL OF FIFE [S.] (who d. 1266), and said to have been da. of Llewelyn, PRINCE OF NORTH WALES.(e) She was living in Feb. 1294/5.
Fordun (Goodall), lib. ix, cap. 47; lib. x, cap. xxi.
Douglas Richardson, in December 2002 and August 2003, reported work by Andrew MacEwen, who concluded on chronological grounds that Malcolm married twice, firstly by July 1237 an unidentified daughter of Llewellyn, who was the mother of his sons Colban and Macduff , and secondly Helen, who survived him and remarried to Donald.
[Item last updated 24 August 2003.]