John de Graham (died 1337)

Sir John de Graham of Dalkeith, Abercorn & Eskdale (d. 1337) was a 13th-14th century Scottish noble.

John was the son of Nicholas de Graham of Dalkeith and Abercorn and Mary de Strathearn.

He fought at the Battle of Bannockburn against the English on 23–24 June 1314 and as a result had his Northumberland estates confiscated. King Edward II of England denounced John as an enemy and rebel, and granted his Scottish lands to Hugh le Despenser. He signed the Declaration of Arbroath in 1320.

John died on 25 April 1337.

Family and issueEdit

John married Isabella,[1] and had the following known issue:

CitationsEdit

  1. ^ Balfour, pp. 195-197

ReferencesEdit

  • Balfour, J. "The Scots Peerage", Vol VI, Edinburgh, 1906.