Sir David Graham of Kincardine & Old Montrose

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David Graham of Kincardine, V, Knight

Birthdate:
Death: April 04, 1373 (78)
Montrose, Forfarshire (Present Angus), Scotland, (Present UK)
Immediate Family:

Son of Sir David Graham of Kincardine and Isabella, of Perthshire
Husband of Helen de Strathearn
Father of Sir Patrick Graham, Earl of Strathearn; Elizabeth Graham, of Kincardine and John Graham, 1st of Auchencloich & Tamrawer
Brother of Patrick Graham of Kinpunt and Margaret Graham

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About Sir David Graham of Kincardine & Old Montrose

Sir David Graham, Laird of Kincardine

  • b. circa 1295
  • d. after 4 April 1373
  • Father Sir David de Graham d. Jun 1329

Sir David Graham, Laird of Kincardine was born circa 1295 at of Kincardine, Perthshire, Scotland. He married Helen of Strathearn, daughter of Malise, 7th Earl of Strathearn and Joanna de Menteith, in October 1354. Sir David Graham, Laird of Kincardine died after 4 April 1373 at Montrose Castle, Angus, Scotland.2

Married

  1. Helen of Strathearn b. c 1325

Children

  1. John Graham, 1st Laird of Auchencloich & Tamrawer+2
  2. Sir Patrick Graham, Lord Dundaff, Knight-Banneret+ d. 1400
  3. Elizabeth Graham+ b. c 1360

notes

Sir David Graham of Kincardine and Old Montrose; died after 4 April 1373

David was probably an only son. He was known for his patriotism and valour. He was one of the barons who negotiated the ransom of King David II after he was captured by the English at the Battle of Durham in 1346. He sat in Parliament in 1357 when the treaty for King David's release was approved. He took an oath of homage and fealty to King Robert II in 1371.

Father of: Sir Patrick (#10), a son, John, and a daughter (m William, 7th Earl of Ross).

Sources

  1. The Scots peerage founded on Wood's ed. of Sir Robert Douglas's Peerage of Scotland; containing an historical and genealogical account of the nobility of that kingdom. Published 1904 by D. Douglas in Edinburgh .  Vol Vl. Page 211-213

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Sir David Graham of Kincardine and of Old Montrose is the son of Sir David Graham of Kincardine. He was one of the Scottish magnates who negotiated the ransom by the English of King David II of Scotland following the latter's capture at the Battle of Durham. He held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) [Scotland] in 1357. On the 27th of March 1371 he swore fealty to King Robert II of Scotland. On the 4th of April 1373 he witnessed the 2nd Act of Settlement of the Crown of Scotland.

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Sir David Graham of Kincardine & Old Montrose's Timeline

1295
1295
1340
1340
Age 45
Perth, Perthshire, Scotland
1355
1355
Age 60
Kincardine, Perthshire, Scotland
1361
1361
Age 66
Kincardine, Perthshire, Scotland
1373
April 4, 1373
Age 78
Montrose, Forfarshire (Present Angus), Scotland, (Present UK)