MS57/1/29. University of Dundee Archives.

“Book of James Graham, London” which is inscribed “London 22 May 1666,” and contains the following genealogical material relating to the Grahams of Duntrune:

Alison Graham, was born on 11 April 1700

James Graham was born on 6 April 1701

Elizabeth Graham was born on 15 July 1703

Christian Graham was born on 14 April 1706

John Graham was born on 6 June 1708

Patrick Graham was born on 7 October 1711

Robert Graham was born on 6 November 1712

Grizel Graham was born on 26 July 1714

Alexander Graham was born on 21 November 1715.

Grizell Gordon my wife was born on 27 December 1679.

I was born on 17 July 1687

She died on 21 July 1748 in the 69th year of her age.

David Graham died on 15 December 1766

Alexander Graham died on 15 November 1766

My son Alexander was married to Clementina Garden on 28 June 1752 and died on 23 January 1802.

Clementina Gadren died on 31 January 1804.

I was married on 1 June 1718.

1) Elizabeth, was born on 23 March 1719
2) James was born on 26 January 1721. He died on 17 March 1728
3) Alexander was born on 21 February 1722.
4) Charles David was born on 25 March 1723
5) Clementina was born on 1 September 1724 and died on 11 November 1812
6) Ann was born on 25 June 1726

Anne was married to James Mudie on 27 June 1761. He died on 27 November 1804. She died on 3 June 1803.

My daughter Elizabeth married Alexander Johnson.

Ann Graham was born on 15 May 1753 and died on 24 February 1809.
Elizabeth was born on 31 July 1754
Grissell was born on 12 December 1755 and died on 24 January 1802
Amelia was born on 12 December 1756 and died on 24 August 1820
Clementina was born on 8 May 1758 and died on 30 August 1824
David was born on 5 May 1759 and died on 21 May 1759
Alexander was born on 25 May 1760 and died at London on 27 October 1804.
Elizabeth was born on 24 May 1761 and died on 18 March 1782.
Alison was born on 23 June 1764 and died on 27 May 1823.

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All of this material has been incorporated into the “Graham of Duntrune” entry in the Red Book of Scotland.

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