Andrew Moray ( Anglo-Norman: Andreu de Moray; Latin: Andreas de Moravia ), also known as Andrew de Moray, Andrew of Moray, or Andrew Murray, was an esquire,  who became one of Scotland's war-leaders during the First Scottish War of Independence.
- Sir Andrew Murray
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Andrew Murray, also known as Andrew Moray, Andrew of Moray, or just Moray, lived from around 1270 to 1297.
Andrew Moray, in the north-east of Scotland Andrew Moray had been captured after fighting for King John at the Battle of Dunbar but had escaped only to find his family's lands in Avoch on...
Jun 16, 2020 · He crossed the border and raised his father’s standard in May 1297 at Avoch Castle on the Black Isle – heralding a rebellion. In September 1297 Andrew Moray and Wallace joined forces and the Scots prepared for Battle of Stirling. It is widely though that Moray made the battle plan – picking the ground and deciding the tactics.
Sir Andrew Moray, Lord of Petty (died 8 April 1298) was Justiciar of Scotia . Life Andrew Moray was the younger son of Sir Walter de Moray, and a daughter of Sir Walter Olifard of Bothwell who was the son of Sir David Olifard of Bothwell.  He and his son were amongst the Scottish noblemen captured following the Battle of Dunbar in 1296.