Hi Neil and Guthlaf,
Just to step in for a moment, Scotland in the 14th C was a conglomeration
of peoples--you had the Danish and Norwegian settlers of the Viking
period along the coast, the Isles, and rather heavily in Galloway; there
would have been a strong Anglo-Saxon (most likely Angle) influence along
the Eastern Lowlands; there was a Norman influence in the Lowlands among
the upper classes; there was the Gaelic-speaking Scots of the Highlands,
Isles, and a good chunk of the Lowlands; there might also have been a
remnant of Strathclyde Britons in the Western Lowlands and around
Cumberland, and then perhaps a bit of the Picts, provided we ever find
out what the devil actually happened to them.
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