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Murray [Moray], Sir Andrew, of Bothwelllocked

(1298–1338)
  • A. A. M. Duncan

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Murray [Moray], Sir Andrew, of Bothwell (1298–1338), soldier and administrator, was the posthumous son of Andrew Murray, who died of wounds received at Stirling Bridge in 1297; his grandfather was then still alive. Nothing is known of his youth, save that in November 1300 he was thought to be living in ...

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