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Andrew Murray of Tullibardine (de Moravia)

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Birthplace: Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
Death: Died in Perthshire, Scotland
Cause of death: Imprisoned and executed at Perth as a traitor
Immediate Family:

Son of Sir William Murray of Tullibardine and Ada of Strathearn
Husband of Lady nn Murray of Tullibardine
Father of Sir William Murray of Tullibardine and Lady Ada Murray
Brother of Margaret Murray

Occupation: EXECUTED FOR TREASON
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About Andrew Murray of Tullibardine (de Moravia)

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Sir WILLIAM MURRAY; married c 1284 Ada, daughter of Malise, Seneschal of Strathearn, thus acquiring the lands of Tullibardine, Perthshire; died in or after 1296; had:

  • ANDREW MURRAY OF TULLIBARDINE; supported EDWARD BALLIOL's candidature for throne of Scotland 1332 and contributed to BALLIOL's victory over DAVID II's troops at Battle of Dupplin 1332 by fixing a stake to show a ford in the River Earn; imprisoned and executed at Perth as a traitor 7 Oct 1332, leaving:
  • Sir WILLIAM MURRAY OF TULLIBARDINE; granted charter of those lands by Malise, Earl of Strathearn, c 1333; died c 1352,

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(88) Andrew Murray of Tullibardine. He sided with Edward Baliol, was taken prisoner 7th October 1332, and executed for treason. His son was:

(89) Sir William Murray of Tullibardine. In 1341 he had regained the lands of Tullibardine, and was still living in 1352. -------------------- Andrew Murray of Tullibardine, who gave in pure and perpetual alms to the Abbot and convent of Inchaffray as annuity out of Tullibardine, which had been in dispute between him and that monastery, 16 December 1329. He espoused the cause of Edward Baliol, and is said to have had a stake fixed in the river Earn as a guide to a ford preparatory to the night attack at Dupplin which, on 12 August 1332, ended in the total rout of the Scottish army. He was taken prisoner on 7 October following at Perth, and condemned and executed for treason. [The Scots Peerage I:454]

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1285
1285
Perthshire, Scotland
1298
1298
Age 13
Tullibardine, Perthshire, Scotland, UK
1332
October 7, 1332
Age 47
Perthshire, Scotland
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