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DE GRAHAM, David
(About 1170-)
DE GRAHAM, David of Dundaffmuir, Sir
(About 1195-)
DE GRAHAM, Patrick of Kincardine, Keeper of Stirling Castle, Sir
(About 1225-1296)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Annabella of Strathearn

DE GRAHAM, Patrick of Kincardine, Keeper of Stirling Castle, Sir 1 2

  • Born: About 1225
  • Marriage (1): Annabella of Strathearn before 1260 1 2
  • Died: 27 April 1296, Battle of Dunbar, Spott, East Lothian, Scotland 1

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Patrick married Annabella of Strathearn, daughter of Robert 4th Earl of Strathearn and Unknown, before 1260.1 2 (Annabella of Strathearn was born about 1240 and died after 3 September 1296 2.)


  Marriage Notes:

"He (Patrick de Graham) married Annabella, sister of Malise, Earl of Strathearn, who had (1251-60) a charter from her brother of part of the lands of Kincardine, in Perthshire, for her marriage. It is possible that she had been previously married to John of Lestalrig [Restalrig], for on 22 November 1293 there was an appeal taken to Edward I., as Lord Superior of Scotland, by Simon of Lestalrig, in a complaint by him to John Baliol, that Patrick de Graham, in time of the fatuity of the said John, had impetrated certain rights over Restalrig through Annabella, wife of the said John, to the loss and damage of Simon, John's son and heir. On 28 August 1296 'Anable, qe fu la femme Patrik de Graham,' swore fealty to Edward at Berwick, and on 3 September a petition by her to the King for restoration of her own heritage and her dower out of her husband's lands, was referred to the Keepers of Scotland."

from Scots Peerage (vol 6)




"Annabella, married, first, to John of Lestalrig or Restalrig, who died before 1260, having become fatuous. They had issue. She was married, secondly, before 1260, to Sir Patrick Grahame of Kincardine, who was killed in the battle of Dunbar 27 April 1296. On 28 August, as Sir Patrick's widow, she swore fealty to the English King, and later she petitioned for restoration of lands and dower."

from Scots Peerage (vol 8) 1 2

Sources


1 e-books, The Scots Peerage ed. Sir James Balfour Paul vol. 8 (1911).

2 e-books, The Scots Peerage ed. Sir James Balfour Paul vol. 6 (1909).


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