John (Lord Of Bothwell) de Moray (c.1330 - 1351) MP

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Death: Died
Cause of death: Died before Sep 1351
Managed by: June Barnes (Buchanan)
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About John (Lord Of Bothwell) de Moray

http://www26.us.archive.org/stream/heraldryofmurray00john#page/4/mode/2up Page 4 No. 11

(10) [ Sir Andrew Moray], died 1338, who was a strong supporter of King Robert Bruce. First Marriage -

  • 10 (a) Sir John (No. 11).
  • 10 (b) Sir Thomas (No. 12).

He married, second, Christian Bruce, sister of King Robert.

(11) Sir John Moray, Lord of Bothwell, died s.p. before 5th September 1351.

JOHN de Moray (-[20 Apr/5 Sep] 1351). Lord of Bothwell. "Thomas de Moravia panetarius Scotie" confirmed a donation by "bone memorie Johannis de Moravia fratris mei senioris" to Moray, for the soul of "bone memorie domini Andree de Moravia patris mei", by charter dated 8 May 1353[534]. m (Papal dispensation 21 Nov 1348) as her first husband, MARGARET Graham Ctss of Menteith, widow of firstly of Sir JOHN Moray of Bothwell, divorced wife secondly of THOMAS Earl of Mar, and widow thirdly of Sir JOHN Drummond of Concraig, daughter of Sir JOHN Graham & his wife Mary Ctss of Menteith (-[21 Jul 1372/4 May 1380]). She married secondly (Papal dispensations 15 Aug 1352 and 29 May 1354, divorced before Feb 1359) as his first wife, Thomas Earl of Mar, thirdly (Papal dispensation 1360) John Drummond of Concraig, and fourthly (Papal dispensation 9 Sep 1361) as his first wife, Robert Stewart, who succeeded as Earl of Menteith in 1361, de iure uxoris, and was appointed Duke of Albany in 1398.

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