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(Sir) Patrick Graham, Earl of Strathearn, and Matilda

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(Sir) Patrick Graham, Earl of Strathearn
Born about 1340 in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland; son of (Sir) David Graham and Helen de Strathearn. (S1).

He married (1) Matilda. (S1).

He married (2) Euphemia/Egidia Stewart, daughter of Sir John Stewart of Ralston., about 1384. (S1).

His two eldest sons by his second marriage met particularly violent ends. Sir Patrick Graham of Dundaff and Kilpont (see below) was murdered by his brother-in-law Sir John Drummond of Concraig in 1413. The next son, Sir Robert Graham of Kilpont, was one of the group which assassinated King James I at Perth on 21 February 1437, and he was executed at Stirling Castle later that year. (S1).

He was one of the hostages for the release of King David II. He was one of the commissioners who conducted negotiations with the English in 1394. (S1).

He died (on 10 August 1413-S1)(in 1400-S2) at Crieff, Perthshire, Scotland; when he was killed in an argument with Sir John Drummond of Concraig, Steward of Strathearn, over the Steward's performance of his duties. (S1).

NOTE: Source 1 confuses the death of Patrick the father, with the death of Patrick his son. (S1). Which is correct?

WIFE (1):
Matilda.
Born in 1352 in Perth, Perthshire, Scotland. (S1).

She married Patrick Graham. (S1).

She died about 1384 in Scotland. (S1).

CHILDREN of (Sir) Patrick Graham, Earl of Strathearn, and Matilda:
  1. Matilda Graham. Born about 1363 at Auchterarder, Perthshire, Scotland. She married John Drummond, 3rd of Concraig.
  2. William Graham. He married (1) Gille Stewart, daughter of John Stewart of Ralston. He married (2) Mary Stewart, daughter of Robert III Stewart, King of Scotland and Annabel Drummond, on 13 November 1413. He married (3) Mariot Oliphant, daughter of John Oliphant of Aberdalgy. He died in 1424.


WIFE (2):
Euphemia/Egidia Stewart.
Daughter of Sir John Stewart of Ralston. (S1).

CHILDREN of (Sir) Patrick Graham, Earl of Strathearn, and Euphemia/Egidia Stewart:
  1. (Sir) Patrick Graham of Dundaff and Kilpont. Earl of Strathearn. He was murdered by his brother-in-law Sir John Drummond of Concraig, on 10 August 1413.
  2. (Sir) Robert Graham of Kilpont. He was one of the group which assassinated King James I at Perth on 21 February 1437, and he was executed at Stirling Castle later that year.


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