Sir David Graham of Kincardine

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David Graham of Kincardine, Knight

Birthplace: Old Montrose, Angus-shire, Scotland
Death: June 1329 (54-55)
Kincardine, Perthshire, England
Immediate Family:

Son of Sir Patrick Graham of Kincardine and Annabella of Strathearn
Husband of Isabella, of Perthshire
Father of Sir David Graham of Kincardine & Old Montrose and Patrick Graham of Kinpunt
Brother of daughter Graham

Occupation: Scottish nobleman and statesman
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About Sir David Graham of Kincardine

Sir David Graham of Kincardine

  • born about 1260
  • died about 1329.
  • father: Patrick Graham of Kincardine
  • mother: Annabella of Strathearn

Wife's name seen as Isabella.


  1. David Graham of Kincardine and Old Montrose.
  2. Patrick Graham, of Kinpunt
  3. Margaret Graham. Married 1) Hugh O'Beolan, 4th Earl of Ross (his 3rd wife); 2) Sir John de Berkeley, 10th of Gartley


1 - David was taken prisoner to England by Edward I in 1296 but released 1297 on the condition that he would serve Edward in foreign wars. He had several grants from King Robert Bruce in recognition of his services. He exchanged Cardross in Dumbartonshire with the king for Old Montrose in Forfarshire. He signed the Declaration of Arbroath in 1320 and was a guarantor of the treaty with England in 1322.

  • Seal Attached to the Declaration:
  • * A shield of Arms : On a chief three escallops. Shield suspended from a tree of three branches. On the reverse of the seal, a boar head couped erect.
  • * Legend : S'DAVIT: DE:GRAHAM:

2 - Sir David de Graham, a favourite name among the early Grahams, was also designed of Kincardine. From Robert the First, in consideration of his good and faithful services, he had several grants, and exchanged with that monarch his property of Cardross in Dumbartonshire for the lands of "Old Montrose" in Forfarshire. He died in 1327.


Sir David Graham of Kincardine was the son of Sir Patrick Graham of Kincardine. He died circa 1329. Between 1296 and 30 July 1297 he was imprisoned by the English and released on condition he serve in King Edward I's foreign wars. He exchanged with King Robert I of Scotland the lands of Cardross, Dunbartonshire for the lands of Old Montrose. In 1322 he was a guarantor of the Anglo-Scots treaty.

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Sir David Graham of Kincardine's Timeline

Old Montrose, Angus-shire, Scotland
June 1329
Age 55
Kincardine, Perthshire, England