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Mackay (Robert Donn) See: Rob Donn MacAoidh

  • 1897–1977
Minister of St Kiaran's, Glasgow, and Celtic scholar.
  • 1745–1831
Scottish lawyer and writer.
Professor of church history (1920–1943), later also principal, at the Free Church College in Edinburgh.
Schoolmaster in Ballygrant, Islay, and a folklorist who worked with John Francis Campbell to collect oral tales in the Highlands.
  • 1756/57–1841
  • Isle of Skye
Church of Scotland minister and Gaelic scholar.

MacMurrough (Dermot) See: Díarmait Mac Murchada

Macsen Wledig See: Magnus Maximus

MacThòmais (Ruaraidh) See: Derick S. Thomson

  • fl. 13th century
  • Deheubarth
Welsh author who is credited with the translation of the Pseudo-Turpin Chronicle, or at least the first part of it, into Welsh at the behest of Gruffudd ap Maredudd ab Owein ap Gruffudd ap Rhys, who was associated with the ruling house of Deheubarth. He may also have been responsible for the Welsh Transitus Beatae Mariae.

Máel Ruba See: Máel Rubai