Adam of Kilconquhar
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Who is Adam of Kilconquhar?
Adam of Kilconquhar was a Scottish noble from the 13th century. Of Fife origin, he is notable for becoming the husband of the countess of Carrick and participating in Crusade with Louis IX.
- born in Kilconquhar
- ethnicity: Scottish people, Anglo-Norman
- Marriage with Marjorie, Countess of Carrick
- parent of Thomas Randolph, 1st Earl of Moray
- died in (744 years ago) in Acre
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