Graham, Patrick a Scotch prelate, was bishop of Brechin in 1463, and was translated to the see of St. Andrews in 1466. He undertook a journey to Rome in 1467, and while there the controversy concerning the superiority of the see of York over the Church of Scotland was renewed. He obtained sentence against that see, and that his own see should be erected into an archbishopric, and the pope also. made him his legate within Scotland for three years. On his return he found the king's clergy and courtiers all opposed to his transactions. He was put in prison, where he died in 1478. See Keith, Scottish Bishops, pages 30-164.