The ruler of Deheubarth was King Maredudd ab Owain ab Edwin, who had ruled since 1063 and would continue to do so until 1072.
King Eadweard III (Edward the Confessor) would die, succeeded by King Harold II (Harold Godwinson) who would fall at the Battle of Senlac Ridge. His successor was King Eadgar II (Edgar the Ætheling) who was proclaimed king, but whose support dried up after 2 months, and he submitted to King William I (William the Conqueror) in early December at Berkhamsted.
King Rhiwallon ap Cynfyn who ruled with his brother King Bleddyn ap Cynfyn (Chiefest of the Britons) until Rhiwallon was killed in the Battle of Mechain.
The ruler of Moray at this time was likely to have been Mormaer Máel Snechtai mac Lulaich.
The ruler of Scotland was King Malcolm III (The Great Chief), who had ruled since 1058 and would continue to do so until 1093.