Andrew de Moray of Bothwell, Knight
|Birthplace:||Bothwell Castle, Glasgow, Strathclyde, Scotland|
|Death:||Died in Scotland, United Kingdom|
|Cause of death:||Died from wounds sustained during Battle of Stirling bridge|
Son of William de Moray, (of Bothwell), canon of Moray and Miss MacDuff
|Managed by:||Justin Swanström|
About Sir Andrew de Moray of Boswell
http://www.djforman.net/wp-content/uploads/2012/12/John-Thomas-and-Adam-ancestors-of-Andrew-Forman-Scotland.docx (2) Eleanor Balliol. Married John II (Lord of Badenoch) Comyn. (a) Euphemia (Cumin) Comyn. She married Andrew (snr, Sir, of Petty) Moray, 1280's (son of Walter de Moravia and David Olifard), d. 1297. [A] Andrew (Jr; Sir of Bothwell) Moray, b. abt 1298, d. 1338 in Avoch Castle. He married Christian (Brus) Bruce, aft 12 Oct 1325, b. abt 1260 (daughter of Robert II (Earl of Annandale) de Brus and Isabel de Clare).  John (Sir, Lord of Bothwell) Moray, d. 1352. He married Margaret (Countess of Menteith) Graham, aft 21 Nov 1348, b. bf 1334 in Doune Castle, Stirlingshire, Scotland (daughter of John (Sir, 9th earl Menteith) Graham and Mary (Countess of Menteith) Stewart), d. bt 20 Jul 1372 - 4 May 1380.  Thomas (Sir) Murray, d. 1361 in London. He married Joanna (Lady of Bothwell) Murray, b. abt 1339 in Strathearn, Perthshire, Scotland (daughter of Maurice (Sir, 1st Earl of Strathearn) Moray and Joanna (Joan) Menteith), d. Aug 1409.
A genealogical and heraldic history of the landed gentry ; or, Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland by John Burke Page 620
Sir Andrew Moray, of Bothwell, who is styled Sir William's son, by Crawfurd, but erroneously, as appears from the last clause in Sir Williams' mortification of the church of Wallyston, to the see of Glasgow, in which Andrew appends his seal to the deed, as his brother's presumptive heir, " Sigillum nostrum apposiumus," saith Sir William, " et sigillum Domini Andre* Moravia, fratris nostri, apponi procuravimus." Sir Andrew Moray, who was joint governor of the kingdom, distinguished himself as the associate of Wallace, when that illustrious patriot reared the standard of national independence.
He m. a daughter of Sir John Cumin, Lord of Badenach, and falling at the battle of Stirling, left issue,
I. Andrew (Sir), who succeeded at Bothwell. He espoused the Lady Christian Bruce, sister of King Robert I. of Scotland, and had two sons,
John, ) successively lords of Thomas, S Bothwell. The elder dying without issue, and the younger, Thomas, leaving an only daughter and heiress, Jean, m. to Archibald, Lord of Galloway, afterwards Earl of Douglas, the representation of the family devolved on the posterity of William Moray, of Drumsar-
(9) Sir Andrew Moray. He was wounded at the battle of Stirling Bridge on 11th September 1297, fighting for Sir William Wallace. He died several weeks later due to his wounds. He had a posthumous son: -
(10) Sir Andrew Moray, died 1338, who was a strong supporter of King Robert Bruce. First Marriage -