Margaret Graham or Greame

     Margaret Graham or Greame was the daughter of Sir Richard Graham or Greame and Elizabeth Hetherington.

Patriarch Graham or Greame

     Patriarch Graham or Greame was also known as Patriarch Graham in records. He was born in Scotland.

Children of Patriarch Graham or Greame

Peter Graham or Greame

     Peter Graham or Greame was the son of Sir Richard Graham or Greame and Elizabeth Hetherington.

Richard Graham or Greame

     Richard Graham or Greame was the son of Sir Richard Graham or Greame and Elizabeth Hetherington.

Sir Richard Graham or Greame

(circa 1550 - 7 November 1625 or 1626)
     Sir Richard Graham or Greame was also known as Grimes in records. Sir Richard Graham or Greame was also known as Graham in records. He was born circa 1550 in Scotland. Richard & George shared the arms of the Greame family of Sewerby House, Yorkshrire. He was the son of Patriarch Graham or Greame.
     Sir Richard Graham or Greame married Elizabeth Hetherington, daughter of Christopher Hetherington. He married Elizabeth, daughter of Christopr Hetherington of Dunecarney in the county of Dublin by whom he had issue Thomas, William, Peter, George, Richard, Jane, Katherin (Dunbar), Elizabeth, Margaret, and Ann.
     In the Carew manuscripsts he is described as being "a gallant soldier but".
     In April 1601 he was given letters of recommendation to Sir Robert Cecil at Court, from Lord Chancellor Loftus, Thomas [Jones] Bishop of Meath, Capt David Hetherington, Sir Geoffrey Fenton and Sir George Carew. But they all hoped for his speedy return. He was licensed from the Lord Deputy to repair to England for two months and was to be paid 100 pounds.
1601 May 14: Sir Richard Greame to be sent back asap, for the Lord Deputy can ill spare him. [Calendar of State Papers, Ireland v.10 1600-1601]
1601 25 May: The Queen to the Lord Deputy and Lord Cancellor for Sir Richard Greame "Graeme has served us well etc. We are pleased to grant him at his suit, the towns, etc. of Rahin, late in the tenure of Edmond McMolmory and Hahinduff and Crymorgan, lately held by Lisaghe O'More, and Dowrie, held by Shane O'More, and Money ne Bollie, late in the holding of Cale O'Kelly ... in King's county. These lands are in the yearly value of 16/19/- or thereabouts and are forfeited by the rebellion of the tenants therof. ..." [Addenda, Calendar of State Papers, Ireland p.631]
1601 9 Aug: Sir Richard Greame to Secretary Cecil "There was a fight at Benburb before I came here, where we lost and killed and wounded about 60. Ferdorogh McArt O'Hagan was reported slain on the Irish side "but yet recovered" and many others were hurt or slain. Since ten they gave a bravado in the night; and they lost Lierce Lacy, McGilespicke, a captain of Tyrone's and nine more. There is a report that the Spaniards have landed at Callangebegg [Killybegs] ... [Calendar of State Papers, Ireland 1601-3 Elizabeth, v.11 p.15].
1601 9 Aug: List of H.M. army in Ireland [gives daily pay] - Horsemen 12d - Sir Richd Greame, each 50 men. [ibid. p.17].
     30 Sep 1602 army list : Mountjoy Fort: Horse - Sir Wm Godolphin & Sir Richd Greame, total 100; Foot Capts Simon Killigrew; 1602 Dungan : - Godolphin (Foot) & Greames, R (horse). Mountjoy: - Simon Killigrew (foot).
7 Oct 1602: Capt's erected by the Lord Depty on 9 Nov 1601 - Sir Richd Greames (Note that a Capt Thos Wynn arrived in Munster in Nov 1601).
20 Nov 1602: Army distribution Oct 1602 ... Mountjoy, Commander: Godolphin & Graeme 100 [men].
1602 20 Dec: Discharge from Irish Army: Horse and foot to be discharged as they may have warning ... Capts Killigrew ... (each 100) at Mountjoy.
     1603 July 31, Warrant for a grant to Jas. Greame, Kt. & his heir, one of the Gents of the King's P.C. ... [Calendar of State Papers, Ireland James I, 1603-16-6 p.71].
1603 Oct 1: List of the army serving in Ireland - Horsemen .. Sir Richard Greame 50, Sir George Greame, 14. Horses 950, Foot 8050.
     1610 #593 Servitors of Ireland who are willing & may be induced to undertake & make good such quantities of the escheated lands of Ulster ... Other knights, servitors and penisoners in pay, who may or will undertake of themselves with some helps & encouragements & some of them without helps, viz ... Sir George Greame & Sir Richard Greame ...
1610: Sir Richard Greame, Kt, constable of Fort of Old Court, 9 warders (Connaught province).
Cavan: Servitors: Sir Geo Greame & Sir Richrd Greame, Lieutenants, 2000 acres £16/-/-, precinct of Tullaghah [Tullyhaw].
     1618 Muster book of the Undertakers : Co. Cavan, Sir Richard Greames, barony of Tulleknougher, 1000 acres (also Sir George was mustered for 1000 acres there).
     In Jan 1619: Answers of Sir Richard Greame to the petition of Phelim McFeagh Byrne & Bryan, his son & heir re Ranelagh & other lands in co. Wicklow.
     Sir Richard Graham or Greame made a will dated 24 October 1623. His will mentions his wife Elizabeth, brother William, children Wiliam, Thomas, Peter, Geroge, Richard, Jane wife of Hetherington, Katherine wife of Dunbar, Christine, Margaret, Anne & Elizabeth wife of St Leger.
     Richard died on 7 November 1625 or 1626 in Lynanstown, Laois, Ireland. He was succeeded by his son Thomas then forty years of age and married.
     His will was proved on 7 May 1627 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.

Thomas Graham or Greame

(circa 1587 - )
     Thomas Graham or Greame was born circa 1587. He was described as the eldest son in his father's will and was aged 40 at this father's death. He was the son of Sir Richard Graham or Greame and Elizabeth Hetherington.
     A Thomas Graham received letters of denization with John Dunbar on 12 Feb 16 Jas I.
     Thomas Graham or Greame and William Graham or Greame and Katherine Graham were beneficiaries in Sir Richard Graham or Greame's will dated 24 October 1623. He was described as the eldest son.

William Graham or Greame

(before 1586 - )
     William Graham or Greame was born before 1586. He was the son of Sir Richard Graham or Greame and Elizabeth Hetherington.
     Eldest son who married Jane Browne of Mulrankan. A flagitious and inhauman man according to Hill. He settled at Lisnamallard near Lisnakea according to Bob Little of Armagh's extensive research..
     William Graham or Greame and Thomas Graham or Greame and Katherine Graham were beneficiaries in Sir Richard Graham or Greame's will dated 24 October 1623. He was left hsi father's castle and lands in Wicklow.

William Graham or Greame

(circa 1594 - )
     William Graham or Greame was born circa 1594. He was the son of Sir George Graham or Greame. William was described as a living child of Sir George Graham or Greame on 9 October 1624.

Alan Graham Earl of Menteith

     Alan Graham Earl of Menteith was born in Scotland.

Child of Alan Graham Earl of Menteith

Sir David Graham

Child of Sir David Graham

Euphemia Graham

( - before 1 November 1468)
     Euphemia Graham was born in Scotland. Eldest daughter of Sir Patrick Graham & Eupheme, countess of Strathearn in her own right and widow of the 5th Earl of Douglas. She was the daughter of Patrick Graham Earl of Strathearn and Euphemia, Countess of Strathearn.
     Euphemia Graham married Archibald Douglas 5th Earl, son of Archibald Douglas 4th Earl.
     Euphemia Graham married Sir James Hamilton (1st Lord), son of Sir James Hamilton and Janet Livingston, circa February 1440/41.
     Euphemia died before 1 November 1468.

Children of Euphemia Graham and Sir James Hamilton (1st Lord)

Child of Euphemia Graham and Archibald Douglas 5th Earl

Grace Graham

(circa 1831 - 30 September 1915)
     Grace Graham was born circa 1831 in Ross & Cromarty, Scotland.
     Grace Graham married George Allan Cocksedge, son of Lt George Edward Cocksedge and Sarah Allen, in 1897 in Victoria, Australia.
     Grace died on 30 September 1915 in Bairnsdale, Victoria.
     Her will was proved on 11 February 1916 at Victoria.

Isabel Graham

     Isabel Graham was born in Scotland. She was supposedly the sister of Sir John Graham of Abercorn but more likely a daughter of Sir David Graham of Montrose..
     Isabel Graham married Walter Stewart as his second wife, after 1316 in Scotland. They had 2 sons John & Andrew and a daughter Egidia who married Sir James Lindsay, 2) Sir Hugh Eglinton of that ilk 3) Sir James Douglas of Dalkeith..

Child of Isabel Graham and Walter Stewart

James Graham

     James Graham married Phyllis May? Coxedge, daughter of Frederick Ernest Cocksedge and Ada May Parrott.

James Robert Graham

(before 1909 - )
     James Robert Graham was born before 1909.
     James Robert Graham married Florence Eileen Dunbar, daughter of John Henry Dunbar and Florence Beatrice Buckenham, on 5 May 1934 in St Stephen's church, Willoughby, New South Wales, Australia. They divorced. James was granted a divorce from Florence Eileen Dunbar in 1952.

Janet Graham

(say 1500 - after 1542)
     Janet Graham was born say 1500.
     Janet Graham married James Dunbar, son of Patrick Dunbar, before 1541.
     Janet died after 1542.

Janet Graham

     Janet Graham married Alexander Dunbar on 24 November 1642 in Edinburgh, Midlothian.

Katherine Graham

(before 1580 - )
     Robert Little wrote: My wife is descended f rom the family of 'Noble of Glassdrummond' who lived at Glassdrumman just outside Lisnaskea in Fermanagh. The Nobles descend from a Richard Noble of Dublin 1555-1609 . The family was armigerous and made use of the heraldry on their graves which makes tracing them much simpler and it is through the heraldry that I suspect the Dunbar link.
The Nobles and the Dunbars almost certainly knew each other by virtue of both being related to the Grahams, and by by both having links to Lisnaskea. Ann Noble, daughter of Richard Noble of Dublin 1555 - 1609, married George Greame, son of Sir George Greame and cousin of Katherine Greame who married Sir John Dunbar. Katharine's brother William Greame settled with his family at Lisnamallard near Lisnaskea and there are Grahams buried with the Nobles in Lisnaskea's 'Aghalurcher old graveyard'. Thomas Dunbar, son of Sir John Dunbar and Katherine Greame and brother of Jane Dunbar, was Headmaster of the Royal School and appears to have been so at the time it moved from Lisnaskea to Enniskillen.
In 'Aghalurcher old graveyard', Lisnaskea, is a grave of early date with illegible text, but bearing a marital coat of arms. The husband's arms are clearly that of Noble and link to Richard Noble of Dublin 1555 - 1609 and are almost certainly belonging to his son. As I have located the grave of Mark Noble 1615 - 1701, I believe this may well be the grave of Quintin Noble referred to above, or his wife, or both of them. The wife's arms are a 'lion rampant'. After researching all the armigerous families in the area who would be likely to be using a 'lion rampant' the most likely candidate (if not the only candidate!) for being the wife, both by heraldry and by date, is Jane Dunbar, the daughter of Sir John Dunbar.
. Katherine Graham was born before 1580. She was the daughter of Sir Richard Graham or Greame and Elizabeth Hetherington.
     Katherine Graham married Sir John Dunbar, son of George Dunbar and Janet Thomson, circa 1592.
     Katherine was buried in Derrygonelly, Inishmacsaint, Fermanagh, Ireland. Her arms on are on the monumental inscription.
     Katherine Graham and William Graham or Greame and Thomas Graham or Greame were beneficiaries in Sir Richard Graham or Greame's will dated 24 October 1623.

Children of Katherine Graham and Sir John Dunbar

Margaret Graham Countess of Menteith

(__ ___ 1348 or 1339 - 1380)
     Margaret Graham Countess of Menteith was born __ ___ 1348 or 1339. Her parents married before 1334. She was the daughter of Alan Graham Earl of Menteith.
     Margaret Graham Countess of Menteith married Robert Stewart Duke of Albany, son of Robert, II Stewart, King of Scotland and Elizabeth Mure, after 9 September 1361. They had a Papal dispensation for the marriage on 9 Sep 1361, he was her fourth husband.
     Margaret died in 1380. She died between 20 July 1372 and 4 May 1380.

Margaret Graham Countess of Ross

     Margaret Graham Countess of Ross was the daughter of Sir David Graham.

Children of Margaret Graham Countess of Ross and Hugh, Earl of Ross,

Patrick Graham Earl of Strathearn

     Patrick Graham Earl of Strathearn married Euphemia, Countess of Strathearn,.

Child of Patrick Graham Earl of Strathearn and Euphemia, Countess of Strathearn,

Ronald James Graham

(1923 - 1991?)
     Ronald James Graham was born in 1923 in Koondrook, Victoria.
     Ronald James Graham married Joan Hepburn, daughter of Alfred Samuel Hepburn and Gladys Mary Fox, on 22 June 1946 in Holy Trinity Church of England, Yarram, Victoria.
     Ronald died in 1991? In Victoria.

Sibyl Marcia Graham

( - 1887)
     Sibyl Marcia Graham was born in Netherby, Longtown, Cumberland. She was the daughter of Sir Frederick Ulric and Lady Hermione Graham of Netherby. She was grand-daughter of the Duke of Somerset.
     Sibyl Marcia Graham married Robert Offley Ashburton Milnes Marquis of Crewe, son of Richard Monckton Milnes Lord Houghton and Hon Annabel Hungerford Crewe, on 3 June 1880.
     Sibyl died in 1887.

Unknown Graham

     Unknown Graham married Malcolm Drummond.

Child of Unknown Graham and Malcolm Drummond

Winston Graham

Elwood John Grahame

(27 October 1928 - 15 April 1969)
     Elwood John Grahame was born on 27 October 1928.
     Elwood died on 15 April 1969 aged 40.

Mary Ann Granger

(before April 1836 - 1863)
     Mary Ann Granger was born before April 1836 in St John, Norfolk.
     The marriage of Mary Ann Granger and George Stancer, son of Thomas Stancer and Mary Unknown, was registered in Wisbech RD, Cambridgeshire, in the December 1856 quarter.
     Mary Ann Granger and George Stancer appeared on the 1861 census in Wisbech St Peter, Cambridgeshire. George Stancer, head, 31, corn? porter, born Blankney Few; his wife Mary Ann aged 25, born St John Norfolk?; children Mary Ann 3 and George H 2, both born at Wisbech St Peter with Hannah Granger, visitor, aged 20, born Norfolk. Mary Ann Granger was buried in 1863 in St Peter, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire. Mary Ann Stancer, aged 28.
     Mary died in 1863 in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire.

Children of Mary Ann Granger and George Stancer

Alice Grant

     Alice Grant married James Brander Dunbar-Brander, son of Sir Archibald Dunbar 6th Bart of Northfield and Mary Brander, on 22 December 1874.

Children of Alice Grant and James Brander Dunbar-Brander

Ann Grant

(25 December 1844 - )
     Ann Grant was born on 25 December 1844 in Kirkmichael, Banffshire, Scotland. She was the daughter of Robert Grant and Ann MacPherson.

Ann Grant

(circa 1785 - )
     Ann Grant was born circa 1785 in Rehomick, Cromdale, Scotland.
     Ann Grant married Alexander MacPherson, son of unlinked early MacPherson, on 19 April 1808 in Cromdale, Inverness-shire, Scotland. Alexr McPherson - outpentioner from 73rd Regiment & Anne Grant, daughter of Jno Grant, Rehomick, married 19th April 1808..

Children of Ann Grant and Alexander MacPherson