Sir Patrick Graham of Kincardine

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Patrick Graham of Kincardine

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Birthplace: Leitchtown, Perthshire, Scotland, United Kingdom
Death: April 28, 1296 (57-65)
Battle of Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland (Killed in action )
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Son of Sir David Graham of Dundaff and Annabella of Strathearn
Husband of Annabella of Strathearn
Father of Sir David Graham of Kincardine; Margaret Graham, of Kincardine; Lady Annabella Graham, of Kincardine and John Graham, 9th Earl of Menteith
Brother of Sir John Graham of Dundaff & Abercorn; Margaret Graham of Dundaff and Sir David Graham of Lovet

Occupation: Nobleman and diplomat
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About Sir Patrick Graham of Kincardine

Sir Patrick Graham of Kincardine; killed 28 April 1296 at the Battle of Dunbar, Scotland.

Patrick was sent to negotiate the marriage of Prince Alexander of Scotland and Margaret of Flanders in 1281. He sat in Parliament in 1284 and acknowledged Margaret, Maid of Norway as heiress to the throne. He swore fealty to Edward I of England in 1292, and was summoned to attend Edward into France in 1294. He was killed fighting against the English.

Sir Patrick de Graham was one of the Scottish knights who in 1296 made the disastrous attempt to relieve the castle of Dunbar, held for King John Baliol against the English by the famous Countess, Black Agnes. The historian Hemingford tells how Sir Patrick, one of the noblest and wisest of the Scottish barons, disdained to ask for quarter, and fell in such gallant fashion as to extort the admiration of the English themselves.

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Sir Patrick Graham of Kincardine; killed 28 April 1296 at the Battle of Dunbar, Scotland.

Patrick was sent to negotiate the marriage of Prince Alexander of Scotland and Margaret of Flanders in 1281. He sat in Parliament in 1284 and acknowledged Margaret, Maid of Norway as heiress to the throne. He swore fealty to Edward I of England in 1292, and was summoned to attend Edward into France in 1294. He was killed fighting against the English.


Sir Patrick Graham of Kincardine was the son of Sir David Graham of Dundaff and Annabelle of Strathearn. He died on the 28th of April 1296 at Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland, killed in action. In 1281 he was sent to negotiate the marriage of Prince Alexander, son of King Alexander III of Scotland, with Margaret, daughter of Guy of Flanders. He held the office of Member of Parliament (M.P.) in 1284. On 12 July 1292 he swore fealty to King Edward I of England. On 1 September 1294 he was called to attend King Edward to France.2He fought in the Battle of Dunbar on 28 April 1296, on the English side.

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Sir Patrick Graham of Kincardine's Timeline

1235
1235
Leitchtown, Perthshire, Scotland, United Kingdom
1274
1274
Age 39
Old Montrose, Angus-shire, Scotland
1279
1279
Age 44
Kincardine, , Scotland
1296
April 28, 1296
Age 61
Battle of Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland
1296
Age 61
1299
1299
Age 61
Kincardineshire, Scotland
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1300
Age 61
Strathblane, Lanarkshire, Scotland
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Kincardine, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
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Kincardine, Aberdeenshire, Scotland