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Clan Chief
Ardneil Huntar
Ayrshire, Scotland
💀Died1280(1280-00-00) (aged 59–60)
Ayrshire, Scotland1280(1280-00-00) (aged 59–60)
🏳️ NationalityScottish
Other namesArdnell De Huntar
💼 Occupation
PredecessorJohn Huntar
SuccessorNorman Huntar
👶 Children1
👴 👵 Parent(s)
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Ardneil Huntar (born 1220)[1] was the 5th chief of Clan Hunter. Born in Ayrshire (possibly Hunterston Castle).[citation needed]

He had one child, Norman Huntar (1240-1280).[citation needed]

He was also known as Ardnell De Huntar.[citation needed]

Ardneil Hunter fought in the Battle of Largs[2] and led the clan age after six years fighting for King Alexander III.[citation needed]

Nisbet, in treating of the antiquity of the family of Hunter, makes mention of a charter of King Alexander III. ("Quam in Capella nostra irrevocabile fecimus, anno gratias 1271") in which the estate of Manners, resigned by Nicholas Corbet into the hands of the Crown, is conferred upon William Baddebie (or Bakby), with the exception of such lands as had been granted to Norman Hunter by King Malcolm IV.,("Escepta terra quondam Normani Venatoris quod RexMal-colmus frater Regis Wilmi. avi nostri ei dedit,") and this document is likewise referred to in the "Haddington Collections."[3]


  1. Bernard, Burke (1879). A genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry of Great Britain & Ireland. p. 835. Search this book on
  2. "Transactions of the Glasgow Archaeological Society". The Ancient Accounts of the Battle of Largs. Edinburgh University Press.
  3. Patterson, James (1852). History of the Counties of Ayr and Wigton. pp. 333–334. Search this book on

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