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Graham of Menteith Clan

The Graham name first appeared in Scotland when it was used by William de Graham as he was granted lands in Lothian at Abercorn and Dalkeith in the 12th century.

William’s eldest great-grandson, John, would acquire the Strathearn district of Menteith when he married Mary Menteith, Countess of Menteith in the 14th century and from there the Grahams of Menteith would rise as a separate clan in their own right.

Afterwards, the Grahams would gain the title of ‘Earls of Menteith’ and would reside at Talla Castle on the Isle of Inchtalla upon the Lake of Menteith (Scotland’s only body of water to be named ‘Lake’ rather than ‘Loch’).

The title would become extinct in 1694, following the death of William Graham, 8th Earl of Menteith

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Septs: AIRTH, ALLARDYCE, BONTEIN, BONTINE, BUNTAIN, BUNTING, GRAHAM, GRAHAME, HADDEN, HALDANE, MACGIBBON, MACGILVERNOCK, MACGRIME, MCGIBBON, MCGILVERNOCK, MCGRIME, MENTEITH, MONTEATH, MONTEITH, PYE, PYOTT
Motto: RIGHT AND REASON
Translation: RIGHT AND REASON
Crest: A hawks head Proper.
scottish graham of menteith ancient tartan

Graham of Menteith Ancient Tartan

scottish graham of menteith modern tartan

Graham of Menteith Modern Tartan