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About Anna Graham

ANNA GRAHAM (aka AGNES GRAHAME)

Anna Graham (aka Agnes Grahame) is the daughter of George Graham, Bishop of Orkney, and his wife Marion Crichton. Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanaevii, page 353 [See also James. M. Irvine, The Breckness Estate etc. (Kirkwall 2009), drop-line pedigree chart, inside front cover.]

Marriage

Anna Graham (aka Agnes Grahame) married Adam Bellenden of Stenness. They were married before 18 June 1627. National Records of Scotland, Title deeds to lands in Orkney, reference GD1/45/22

Children

Evidence Published by the National Records of Scotland

                   1

23 July 1621: Instrument of Sasine in favour of Robert Bellenden of How, brother to Adam Bellenden of Stanehous, and Jean Smyth, his spouse. of the lands of Burgar, in parish of Evie, under reversion. On charter of alienation, dated 16 July 1621, by said Adam Bellenden, with consent of Adam Bellenden, his eldest son and heir. Recorded P.R.S. Orkney 25 July 1621. National Records of Scotland, Papers of the family of Fea of Clestrain, Orkney, reference GD31/24

                   2

18 June 1627: Instrument of sasine in favour of George Bellenden, brother of Adam Bellenden, younger, fiar of Stenhous, of the sixpenny lands called Flawis in Ewie. Sasine given propriis manibus by the said Adam Bellenden conform to dispostion granted by him and Anna Graham, his wife, with consent of Adam Bellenden, elder of Stenhous. Recorded in the particular register of sasines for Orkney 22 June 1627. National Records of Scotland, Title deeds to lands in Orkney, reference GD1/45/22

Genealogical Accounts

  1. Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanae: The Succession of Ministers in the Church of Scotland from the Reformation, vii, page 353
  2. A collection of Armorials of the County of Orkney: pp, 21-2
  3. James. M. Irvine, The Breckness Estate etc. (Kirkwall 2009), 332 pp.