Olav Bitling (Dverg), kung av Söderöarna (Hebriderna), död ca 1153, gift med Afreca, dr av Fergus av Galloway och Elisabet, illegitim dr av Henry I, kung av England. (Fra Skanke-släktens historia, G.V.C. Young, stamtavla 1a)
Olof (Bitling) Gudrödsson was also completing the organization of the Scottish dioceses. He induced Fergus to make Galloway a diocese. This was done and the bishops seat placed at Whithorn, at that time rehabilitated as a priory. Olaf, by his connection with Fergus, came into this stream of influence. Fle made Mann and the Isles a diocese, with a diocesan bishop, and also founded (or rehabilitated) Rushen Abbey, (Isle of Man). (Frances Coakley)
Fergus' name as it appears on folio 35v of British Library MS Cotton Julius A VII (the Chronicle of Mann): "Fergus de Galwedia". (Wikipedia)
Karta över Skottland med Galloway nederst.