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DE GRAHAM, David of Dundaffmuir, Sir
(About 1195-)
Robert 4th Earl of Strathearn
(About 1190-1244)
DE GRAHAM, Patrick of Kincardine, Keeper of Stirling Castle, Sir
(About 1225-1296)
Annabella of Strathearn
(About 1240-After 1296)
GRAHAM, David of Old Montrose, 'pater', Sir
(About 1260-1329)

 

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GRAHAM, David of Old Montrose, 'pater', Sir 1

  • Born: About 1260
  • Marriage (1): Unknown
  • Died: probably about 1329 1

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  General Notes:

"On 1 April 1320 he witnessed, at Berwick-on-Tweed, the King's charter to Sir James Douglas of the lands of Douglasdale and Carmichael,3 and his seal is appended to the letter by the Scots barons to Pope John, dated at Arbroath the 6 day of the same month and year."

"At Scone, on the 5 March 1325, Sir David, as ' Sir David de Graham pater,' received two charters from King Robert, viz. one of the lands of Old Montrose, in the shire of Forfar, in excambion for the lands of Cardross, near Dunbarton, and another of lands in Charlton and Kynnaber, near Montrose, in exchange for the lands of Sokach, in the earldom of Carrick (probably the lands of Succoth, part of Cardross, had been held by the Grahams as vassals of the Earls of Carrick) and the islands of Inchcalliach and Inchfad, in Loch Lomond. The estate so
acquired by the King became, as is well known, his favourite residence, and was the scene of his death in June 1329."

from Scots Peerage 1


David married.


Sources


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


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