Elizabeth Dunbar

( - 21 July 1800)
     Elizabeth Dunbar was the daughter of James Sutherland-Dunbar Bart of Hempriggs and Elizabeth Dunbar.
     Elizabeth Dunbar married Eric Sutherland 4th Lord of Duffus, son of Kenneth Sutherland 3rd Lord Duffus and Charlotte Christina Sioblade. He was her cousin.
     Elizabeth died on 21 July 1800.

Child of Elizabeth Dunbar and Eric Sutherland 4th Lord of Duffus

Elizabeth Dunbar

(before 1550 - before September 1566)
     Elizabeth Dunbar was born before 1550 in Mochrum, Wigtownshire, Scotland. She was the daughter of Patrick Dunbar and Margaret Gordon.
     Elizabeth died before September 1566. She died unmarried..
     Her will was proved on 21 February 1570 at Edinburgh. Elizabeth Dunbar, daughter to umquhile Patrik Dunbar of Loch.

Elizabeth Dunbar

(circa 1700 - 3 June 1746)
     She inherited Westfield from her uncle? Ludovic. Elizabeth Dunbar was born circa 1700. She was the only daughter of Alexander Dunbar of Westfield. She was the daughter of Alexander Dunbar.
     Elizabeth Dunbar married Sir William Dunbar 2nd Bart of Hempriggs, son of James Sutherland-Dunbar Bart of Hempriggs and Elizabeth Dunbar, on 6 January 1728/29 in Scotland.
     Elizabeth died on 3 June 1746.

Elizabeth Dunbar

(circa 1480 - )
     Elizabeth Dunbar was born circa 1480 in Scotland. She was the daughter of Alexander Dunbar and Janet Sutherland.

Elizabeth Dunbar

(before 1690 - )
     Elizabeth Dunbar was born before 1690. She was the daughter of Edward Dunbar.

Elizabeth Dunbar

(say 1380 - after 1438)
     Elizabeth Dunbar was born say 1380. She was the daughter of George Dunbar 10th Earl and Christiana Wardlaw.
     A contract for the marriage of Elizabeth Dunbar and an unknown person was signed on 28 August 1395. A dispensation for Prince David and Elizabeth Dunbar to marry (1395) states: ' Reg. Aven 280, 323v - To the bishops of St Andrews and Brechin. Mandate to dispense David, earl of Carrick, first born of Robert, king of Scotland, to marry the noblewoman Elizabeth, daughter of the nobleman George, earl of March, who although being related in the 3rd degree of consanguinity and in full knowledge of this fact had contracted marriage per verba de futuro, since if this marriage were not to come about grave scandal and dissension would arise.
On 28 August 1395 Pope Benedict XIII. (Antipope) ordered a dispensation to be granted to David, Earl of Carrick (afterwards Duke of Rothesay), first born of Robert, King of Scotland, and Elizabeth, daughter of George, Earl of March, who, knowing themselves to he in the third degree of consanguinity had contracted espousals per verba de futuro, the King's consent being first obtained (Regesta Avinionensia, 290, f. 3236). On 11 March 1396-97 a commission was issued by the same Pope to grant dispensation to the same persons, who had married without banns, copula subsecuta (Ibid, 303 f. 4896). This seems to show that the prince and Elizabeth Dunbar were married, and not only betrothed. The insult to the Earl of March and his family by the Prince's repudiation of Elizabeth was thus much greater than has hitherto been stated.
Elizabeth, betrothed in 1395 to David, Earl of Carrick, who, before 1396, married, and afterwards repudiated her about the year 1400 as stated. At a later date she held the lands of Mordington, in Berwickshire.
The Liber Pluscardensis records the betrothal in 1399 of "dux Rothsay David princeps, primogenitus regis Roberti tercii" and "domina Elizabeth filia domini Georgii de Dunbar comitis Marchiarum" but adding that the marriage did not take place[1622]. Betrothed (contract broken before Feb 1400) to DAVID Stewart Duke of Rothesay, son of ROBERT III King of Scotland & his wife Annabella Drummond (24 Oct 1378-Falkland Castle 26 Mar 1402, bur Lindores Abbey). See http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/SCOTTISH%20NOBILITY.htm#_Toc359672007.
     On 23 November 1411, Robert Clerkson, master of the Hospital of St Leonard near Perth, renounced it and all his rights in favour of Dame Elizabeth Dunbar, that she may be governor of the hospital, which in time past had been governed by women.' It is said the hospital was suppressed by King James I, but it was not until a year after his death that, on 24 April 1438, Dame Elizabeth resigned all her right to the hospital into the hands of Henry Wardlaw, Bishop of St Andrews, in favour of the Prior and brethren of the Charterhouse of the Vale of Virtue beside Perth. She also delivered up to them all charters and evidents, the prior and convent receiving as brothers and sisters, to their prayers for ever, the bodies and souls, both quick and dead, of, among others, Sir George, Earl of March, Christian, his spouse, Elizabeth Dunbar, their daughter (the granter), Sir George of Dunbar, Earl of March, their son, Sir Columba of Dunbar, Bishop of Moray, Sir Gavin of Dunbar, Patrick of Dunbar, John of Dunbar, Sir 'Davy' of Dunbar, brothers.
     Elizabeth died after 1438.

Elizabeth Dunbar

     Elizabeth Dunbar was the daughter of Sir William Dunbar 2nd Bart of Hempriggs and Henrietta Rose.
     She died unmarried. She had 2 sisters Alexandria and Williamina.

Elizabeth Dunbar

(7 June 1778 - )
     Elizabeth Dunbar was christened on 7 June 1778 in Knockando, Moray. She was the daughter of Rev John Dunbar and Janet Grant.

Elizabeth Dunbar

(circa 1564 - 10 October 1577)
     Elizabeth Dunbar was born circa 1564 in Moray. She was the daughter of Alexander Dunbar and Katherine Reid.
     Elizabeth died on 10 October 1577 in the Cathedral, Elgin, Moray. She was murdered by the Innes family.

Elizabeth Dunbar

     Elizabeth Dunbar was the daughter of Sir Patrick Dunbar 3rd Baronet, of Northfield and Catherine Brodie.
     Elizabeth Dunbar married James Sinclair (of Durran) in 1744 in Scotland. They had issue..

Elizabeth Dunbar

(14 November 1682 - )
     Elizabeth Dunbar married Alexander Anderson. Elizabeth Dunbar was christened on 14 November 1682. She was the daughter of Nicholas Dunbar and Elizabeth Lawtie.

Elizabeth Dunbar

( - 1750)
     Ludovick Dunbar married Elizabeth Dunbar as his second wife, on 14 January 1709.
     Elizabeth died in 1750 in Moray, Scotland.

Children of Elizabeth Dunbar and Ludovick Dunbar

Elizabeth Dunbar (Agnew)

     Elizabeth Dunbar (Agnew) was the daughter of John Dunbar.

Elizabeth Dunbar (Ogilvie)

     Elizabeth Dunbar (Ogilvie) was the daughter of Sir James Dunbar and Euphemia Dunbar (Dunbar) of Cumnock.

Elizabeth Dick Dunbar

(1828 - 13 October 1891)
     Elizabeth Dick Dunbar was born in 1828 in Lowery, Monaghan, Ireland. She was the daughter of Rev John Dunbar and Frances Holmes Halahan.
     Elizabeth Dick Dunbar married John Savage Dobson on 20 April 1848 in Ballybay, Monaghan, Ireland. The Coleraine chronicle on 6 May 1848 reported: On the 28 ult in Ballybay church, by ther Rev H R Halahan (uncle to the bride), John S Dobson, Esq. of Dublin, to Elizabeth Dick, daughter of the Rev John Dunbar, Rector of Ballybay, county Monaghan. It was also announced in the Dublin evening packet and corresondent on 2 May & The Armagh Guardian.
     Elizabeth Dick Dunbar and John Savage Dobson arrived per "Shalimar" on 16 October 1855 at Victoria, Australia.
     Elizabeth died on 13 October 1891 in Albert St, Caulfield, Victoria. She was buried on 15 October 1891 in St Kilda.

Children of Elizabeth Dick Dunbar and John Savage Dobson

Elizabeth Potter Dunbar

(1855 - 11 May 1861)
     Elizabeth Potter Dunbar was born in 1855 in Dandenong, Victoria. She was the daughter of George Killigrew Dunbar and Anne Potter Watt.
     Elizabeth died on 11 May 1861 in Dandenong, Victoria. On the 11th inst., at the Dandenong Hotel, Dandenong, of scarlet fever, Elizabeth, the beloved daughter of George and Anne Dunbar, aged 6 years.. She was buried in May 1861 in Dandenong.

Ellen McKee Annie Dunbar

(20 January 1864 - 25 January 1935)
     Her widowed mother-in-law lived at Elm Grove, Prahran. Her father Michael was a police constable at Castlemaine, in charge of the powder magazine. Ellen McKee Annie Dunbar was also known as Tottie in records. She was born on 20 January 1864 in Dandenong, Victoria. She was the daughter of George Killigrew Dunbar and Anne Potter Watt.
     Ellen McKee Annie Dunbar married John MacCraith on 25 January 1880 in the Roman Catholic church presbytery, Elsternwick, Victoria. Her husband stated that he was aged 24 at marriage, as Ellen was only 16 he probably lowered his age. Both were of Dandenong at their marriage, he was described as a station master. Ellen McKee Annie Dunbar and Margaret Ann Green, Frances Elizabeth Dunbar, Jessie Bates Dunbar and George Killigrew Dunbar were beneficiaries in Anne Potter Watt's will proved 1 September 1887 in Victoria. Ellen McKee Annie Dunbar She managed the Waverley Hotel (with husband), at turn of the century. After 1905 moved to manage The London Hotel, Elizabeth St, Melbourne. She was listed in a directory dated between 1906 and 1907 as Mrs Ellen McCraith at 'Curtain's Hotel', 353 Drummond St, Carlton. She was listed in a directory dated 1910 as Mrs Ellen McCraith, at 'Curtains Hotel', 169-71 Elgin St, Carlton. She was listed in a directory dated between 1914 and 1917 as McCraith's Tea Rooms at 97 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne. This is the site of the London Hotel.. She was listed in a directory dated between 1915 and 1917 as Mrs Ellen McCraith at 4 Crimea Street, St Kilda. She was listed in a directory dated 1923 as Mrs Ellen McCraith at 255 Barkley Street, St Kilda. She was listed in a directory dated between 1925 and 1932 as Mrs Ellen McCraith at 26 Erica Street, Canterbury.
     Either Ellen or Eileen (After Divorce), Ran London Hotel aprox mid 1930's. had family crest on hotel cutlery.
     Ellen died of cardiac failure on 25 January 1935 in Mt St Erin Hospital, Fitzroy, Victoria, aged 71. She was buried on 26 January 1935 in Melbourne General Cemetery.

Children of Ellen McKee Annie Dunbar and John MacCraith

Elsie Vivian Dunbar

(26 June 1885 - 27 April 1886)
     Elsie Vivian Dunbar was born on 26 June 1885 in Queensland. She was the daughter of Edward Henry Vivian Dunbar and Jane Emmeline Ryder.
     Elsie died on 27 April 1886 in Queensland.

Elspet Dunbar

(November 1639 - )
     Elspet Dunbar was christened in November 1639 in Petty, Inverness-shire.

Elspeth Dunbar (McCulloch)

(before 1560 - before 1584)
     Elspeth Dunbar (McCulloch) was born before 1560 in Mochrum, Wigtownshire, Scotland. She was the daughter of Sir John Dunbar.
     Elspeth died before 1584.

Emma Harriet Dunbar

(20 February 1867 - 14 August 1949)
     Emma Harriet Dunbar was born on 20 February 1867 in Ipswich, Queensland. She was the daughter of Frederick Killigrew Dunbar and Harriet Ledger. Emma was a teacher from 1897, Queensland. Miss E H Dunbar, teacher, Towns.. 1897 PO directory.
Miss E Dunbar, teacher, Ca... Ck, 1897 PO directory.
Emily H Dunbar, teacher at Car... Ck, 1896 & 1897 Qld PO directories.
     Emma Harriet Dunbar married William Clarke on 17 July 1901 in Queensland.
     Emma died on 14 August 1949 in Queensland, aged 82.

Children of Emma Harriet Dunbar and William Clarke

Emmaline Mary Vivian Dunbar

(6 May 1883 - 29 November 1883)
     Emmaline Mary Vivian Dunbar was born on 6 May 1883 in Queensland. She was the daughter of Edward Henry Vivian Dunbar and Jane Emmeline Ryder.
     Emmaline died on 29 November 1883 in Queensland.

Eric Vivian Dunbar

(8 May 1897 - 12 September 1946)
     Eric was nick-named Doon. He was born on 8 May 1897 in Brisbane, Queensland. He was the son of Frederick John Dunbar and Eugenie Beatrice Brightwell.
     Eric and Gordon Allan Dunbar were educated from 1913 at the Primary School, Malanda, Queensland. According to a list published in Origins 10:2 (Nov 1995) from a book Malanda Primary School 75th anniversary, a Gordon Eric Dunbar was a pupil in the first year of Malanda School (near Cairns) in 1913.
     Eric was educated from circa 1914 at Maryborough Grammar School, Queensland.
     Eric was educated from from 1915 to 1919 at Royal Military College, Duntroon, Canberra, ACT.
     He served served in the Permanent Military Forces as a Lieutenant from 11 December 1919. He was attached to the British Army. He transferred to the Staff Corps on 1 October 1920.
     Eric Vivian Dunbar married Thelma Edith Fortey on 27 December 1919 in Sydney, New South Wales.
     Eric served as a sergeant from 5 July 1921 to August 1922 in Casino, New South Wales. He was appointed Adjutant and Quartermaster, Casino Light Horse, 2 Military District (NSW) on 5 July 1921. He was transferred to the unattached list on 1 August 1922. Eric was manager of the Pepsodent factory, New Zealand.
     Eric died on 12 September 1946 in Melbourne, Victoria, aged 49. Joan Dunbar stated that he was a champion athlete in Duntroon 1919, went into the British Army in 1920, won 16 athletics medals and represented England in the 1920 Olympics in Antwerp in the 120 yards hurdles. He had serious eye problems, possibly the macular degeneration that his sons suffered from.

Children of Eric Vivian Dunbar and Thelma Edith Fortey

Ernest Dunbar

(circa 1824 - 20 February 1835)
     Ernest Dunbar was born circa 1824. He was the son of Sir James Dunbar 1st Bart of Boath and Helen Coull.
     Ernest died on 20 February 1835. He was buried at Auldearn, aged 11.

Euphane Dunbar (Vaus) (McDowell)

(before 1549 - )
     Euphane Dunbar (Vaus) (McDowell) was born before 1549 in Mochrum, Wigtownshire, Scotland. She was the daughter of Sir John Dunbar.

Euphemia Dunbar

(circa 1505? - )
     Euphemia Dunbar was born circa 1505?. She was the daughter of Sir James Dunbar.
     Euphemia Dunbar married Andrew Monro before 1520. Black Andrew "Beg", the Black Baron of Milntown (Kilmuir Easter), married Euphemia, a daughter of James Dunbar 1st of Tarbat, a son of Sir James Dunbar of Westfield in Moray, who had purchased in 1520 the lands of Portmahomack, Tarbatness & the old Ross Castle of Ballone which he brought up to date..

Children of Euphemia Dunbar and Andrew Monro

Euphemia Dunbar (Cumming)

(after 1389 - )
     Euphemia Dunbar (Cumming) was born after 1389. She was the daughter of John Dunbar 1st (4th) Earl of Moray and Marjory Stewart.
     Euphemia, contracted, on 28 May 1408, by her brother Earl Thomas, to Alexander Cumming, ancestor of the family of Altyre.

Euphemia Dunbar (Dunbar) of Cumnock

(before 1460 - )
     Euphemia Dunbar (Dunbar) of Cumnock was born before 1460 in Cumnock?, Ayrshire, Scotland. She was the daughter of Patrick Dunbar.
     Euphemia Dunbar (Dunbar) of Cumnock married Sir James Dunbar, son of Sir Alexander Dunbar and Isobel Sutherland, before 21 June 1474 in Spynie, Moray, Scotland. He acquired the barony of Cumnock by marriage with Euphemia. They had a charter from Jas II dated 23 June 1474. After the death of his father James and succeeding to Westfield, retained Cumnock as his chief title. He had two other charters of confirmation 1477 and 1479.

Children of Euphemia Dunbar (Dunbar) of Cumnock and Sir James Dunbar

Euphemia Dunbar (Graham)

(before 1399 - circa 1474)
     Euphemia Dunbar (Graham) was born before 1399 in Fife, Scotland. She was the daughter of George Dunbar (10/11th Earl of Dunbar & March) and Beatrix Unknown (Dunbar).
     Euphemia, who received a pension from King James II, continued by James III from about 1453 till 1474, when it ceased at her death. She appears to have been the wife of a George Graham.
     Euphemia died circa 1474 in Scotland.

Evelyn Doris Dunbar

(18 August 1902 - 1963)
     Evelyn Doris Dunbar was born on 18 August 1902 in Queensland. She was the daughter of Frederick John Dunbar and Eugenie Beatrice Brightwell.
     Evelyn Doris Dunbar married Edgar L Stephens in 1934 in Sydney, New South Wales.
     Evelyn died in 1963 in Newcastle, New South Wales.