Robert Murray (died 1672)

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Sir Robert Murray of Cameron (died 1672) was a Scottish politician.

He was the second son of James Murray (died 1649), of Deuchar in Selkirkshire, who was a younger son (the second son to be called James) of Patrick Murray of Philiphaugh.

Robert Murray served as Lord Provost of Edinburgh, and represented the city in the Parliament of Scotland from 1661 to 1663.

His eldest son Alexander Murray of Melgund was the father of Sir Alexander Murray, 1st Baronet. A younger son Robert Murray was the father of Sir Joseph Murray, 3rd Baronet.