John de Moray of Drumsargard
John de Moray (died c. 1322), Lord of Drumsagard, was a Scottish noble.
John de Moray
|Lord of Drumsagard|
|Noble family||Moray family|
|Father||William de Moray|
He was the eldest son of William de Moray of Drumsagard. He obtained the lands of Abercairney, Aberrochil, Rossiechill, Eggie and Egglesmachan upon his second marriage.
Marriages and issueEdit
From his first marriage, he is known to have had the following issue:
- unknown de Moray, killed during a fight with Godfrey Ross, Sheriff of Ayr and Lanark.
- Maurice de Moray, married Johanna, Countess of Strathearn, had issue.
John married secondly Mary, daughter to Malise, Earl of Strathearn, they are known to have had the following issue:
- Alexander de Moray of Ogilvy and Abercairny
- Walter de Moray of Glasswell
- Paul, James Balfour. The Scots Peerage : Founded On Wood's ed. of Sir Robert Douglas's Peerage of Scotland; Containing An Historical And Genealogical Account of The Nobility of That Kingdom. Edinburgh: Douglas (1904) Moray, Earl of Strathearn, Vol VIII, pps 255–8.