'Murray17'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Moray of Culbin, Moray of Newton

                               
Although we know of no reason to doubt that the following Richard was connected to the early Mormaers of Moray, something which we think not unlikely for others of similar name (but not those shown on Murray01), we suggest that the exact ancestry given for the following Richard should be viewed with caution.
Richard of Moray (de Moravia), lord of Newton (in Fife)
1. Alexander of Moray (de Moravia) of Newton
  A. Murdac of Moray (de Moravia) of Newton
  i. Richard of Moray (de Moravia) of Newton & Culbin (d 1245)
  The Kinnaird web site identified below starts one of its trees with this Richard, reporting that the tree comes from "The Culbin Sands - Fact and Fiction" by Sinclair Ross.
m. Majorie (sic) de Lascelles (sister of Duncan of Lascelles)
  a. Alexander of Moray (de Moravia)
  (1) John of Moray (de Moravia)
  (A) Alan of Moray (de Moravia) of Culbin (a 1330)
  (i) Reginald of Moray (de Moravia)
(a) Gilbert Moray of (Newton &) Culbin
  m. (c12.1330) Eustacia (dau of 4th Earl of Sutherland)
  ((1)) John Moray of Newton (& Culbin) (a 1364)
  ((A)) Alexander Moray of (Newton &) Culbin (a 1389, 1404)
((i)) Thomas Moray of Newton & Culbin (d(sp) 1418)
  m. Janet Maxwell of Pollock
  ((ii)) Angus Moray of Newton & Culbin (d(sp) 1420?)
  ((iiii)) Mary Moray
  m1. Walter of Moray
  ((a)) Egidia Moray, heiress of Culbin
  m. Thomas Kinnaird
  ((b))+ other issue - Alison, Isobel
  m2. Alan Kinnaird

Main source(s): the page on the Murrays & Kinnairds of Culbin at http://www.kinnaird.net/cultree.htm (with thanks to a site visitor, DS (06.03.10), for drawing that page to our attention)
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