|Dee'd||sometime in late 1297|
|Cause o daith||due tae wounds received at the Battle o Stirlin Brig|
|Relations||Uncle: Sir William Moray o Boddle, d.c.1300|
Uncle: David Moray, bishop o Moray, d.1326.
|Bairns||Sir Andrew Murray, later laird o Petty an Boddle, an Gairdian o Scotland.|
|Parents||Faither: Sir Andrew Moray o Petty, d. 8 April 1298|
Mither: unnamed dauchter o John (I) Comyn o Badenoch
|Allegiance||Kinrick o Scotland|
|Years o service||1297|
|Battles/wars||First War o Scots Unthirldom:|
Andrew Moray (Norman French: Andreu de Moray; Laitin: Andreas de Moravia), forby kent as Andrew de Moray, Andrew o Moray, or Andrew Murray, an esquire, wis prominent in the Scots Wars o Unthirldom. He led the risin in north Scotland in the simmer o 1297 against the occupation bi King Edward I o Ingland, successfully regainin control o the aurie for King John Balliol. He subsequently merged his forces wi thae led bi William Wallace an jyntly led the combined airmy tae veectory at the Battle o Stirlin Brig. Moray wis mortally woundit in the fechtin, deein at an unkent date an place later that year.
References[eedit | eedit soorce]
- Barrow, Robert Bruce, fowert edeetion, p.98.
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