About Andrew de Moravia
Burke's Peerage extract
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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,
(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.