NameLady Kincardine , F
Spouses
Birth Dateabt 1396
Birth PlaceKincardine, Kincardineshire, Scotland
Death Dateabt 1420
MotherLady Kincardine , F (-~1412)
Marr Dateabt 1413
Marr PlaceKincardine, Kincardineshire, Scotland
ChildrenPatrick , M (~1413-1466)
 Katherine , F
 Alexander , M (~1415-)
Notes for Alexander (Spouse 1)
He [William] married, first, in his father’s lifetime, a lady whose name is not certainly known. Crawfurd, followed by Douglas and (with hesitation) by Wood, calls her Mariota, daughter of Sir John Oliphant of Aberdalgie, but he gives no authority, and there is probably confusion with the wife of his brother, Robert.

The children of the first marriage of Sir William de Graham, so far as known, were:

1. Alexander.

2. John, who appears as a substitute in a charter by Murdoch, Duke of Albany …
3. Elizabeth, who was contracted but not married to Robert de Keith …

Source: THE SCOTS PEERAGE, ed. by Sir James Balfour Paul, Vol VI, Edinburgh, 1906, pp. 216-17.
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Sir William Graham of Kincardine
... was frequently employed in negociations withe the English relative to the liberation of King James the First.

He was twice married. By his first wife he had two sons,

1. Alexander, who predeceased him, leaving two sons, and
2. John

Source: HISTORY OF THE SCOTTISH HIGHLANDS, HIGHLAND CLANS, and HIGHLAND REGIMENTS, by John S. Keltie, Edinburgh, 1887, p. 315.
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Alexander Graham, the eldest son, as ‘Alexander de Graym, filius et haeres domini de Graym,’ had safe-conducts on 31 July 1408 and 18 May 1412, to go into England as a hostage for Murdoch of Fife, son of the Duke of Albany.

He had a charter from Euphemia, countess of Strathearn, of the lands of Callandermore and Callanderbeg 13 July 1414, and witnessed a charter by the Duke of Albany to William de Hay of Errol, dated at Falkland, 14 March 1415-16.

He died in the lifetime of his father, probably before 1420.

The name of his wife is not known.

His sons were:

1. Patrick
2. Alexander, who is known only as an occasional witness to his brother’s writs.
3. Katherine, married to Humphrey Moray of Ogilvy and Abercairny.

Source: THE SCOTS PEERAGE, ed. by Sir James Balfour Paul, Vol VI, Edinburgh, 1906, pp. 219-20.
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