MONTROSE CASTLE -SIR PATRICK GRAHAM 1246-1296. His father Sir David Graham married into the ancient Celtic Earldom of Strathern and acquired land around Kincardine in Perthshire. He was the first to acquire land around Loch Lomond on the verge of the Highlands, still held by the present Duke of Montrose. Clan Graham fought at the Battle of Dunbar in 1296 where Sir Patrick Graham of Kincardine was the only man of all the Scots not to retreat and instead fought to the death. 20th G…
CATHERINE SWYNFORD PRINCESS (21ggm) and Duchess of Lancaster Roet 1350-1403 . Parents were Sir Knight Payne Guienne Roet and Countess Catherine De Roet Hainault. Her husband was John Beaufort of Gaunt "Duke of Aquitaine, 1st Duke of Lancaster, King of Castile" Plantagenet . She married 1st Knight Hugh Swynford and then John.
John D'Artois 'Count' 1321–1387 BIRTH 1321 AUG • Artois, Flanders, France DEATH 1387 APR 06 • Artois, Flanders, France 20th great-grandfather. Burial: Collégiale Notre-Dame et Saint-Laurent, Eu, Departement de la Seine-Maritime,, Haute-Normandie, France (Brian Family) Wife: Isabeau Melun
James Douglas 'The Good' 1275–1330 BIRTH 1275 • Douglas Castle, Lanarkshire, Scotland DEATH 1330 AUG 25 • Battle of Teba, Andalucia, Spain 20th great-grandfather. Burial: Saint Bride's Cemetery, Douglas, South Lanarkshire, Scotland (Brian Family) Wife: Beatrix Lindsay
Eupheme FitzRobert 1267–1329 BIRTH 1267 • Warkworth Castle, Alnwick, Northumberland, England DEATH 1329 • Raby Castle, Durham, England 20th great-grandmother. Burial: St. Mary Churchyard, Staindrop, County Durham, England (Brian Family) Husband: Ralph Neville '1st Baron'