"The David I and Henry story is a fascinating one, even if the 'Doncaster-is-still-Scottish' aspect is, sadly, nonsense," he replied by email. "All of the lands given to David and Henry by King Stephen by the Treaty of Durham were held as fiefs of the English Crown, not as annexed territories of Scotland, and were lost when David and Henry broke the treaty in 1138 (when they invaded northern England twice). And huge 'what-ifs' surround it. What would have happened if David I had captured York, which he nearly did? Or Henry II of England had honoured his promise and left the King of Scots in control of the north? So, this story is all built on a misunderstanding of the post-1138 situation."
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