Jessie Adeline Dunbar

(1886 - 19 March 1971)
     Jessie Adeline Dunbar was commonly known as Jean Adeline. She was born in 1886 in Cranbourne, Victoria. She was the daughter of John Thomas Killigrew Dunbar and Margaret Ann Green. Jessie Adeline Dunbar was registered in the 1909 electoral roll with John Thomas Killigrew Dunbar.
     Jessie Adeline Dunbar received a letter from Edward Henry Vivian Dunbar dated 1 January 1912. Nambour, Queensland. 1-1-12
Dear Cousin Jean
Many thanks for your greetings, the first to reach me this year: and I may add that this is the first note written by me this year.
As you see by the above address, I have got back to Nambour Town and am glad of the same, not that Nambour is a very delightful locality, but because I am having a delightful rest.
I have had a thorough overhauling at the hands of my Doctor and he tells me that the trouble for which he treated me last July has disappeared and I am - for my age - fairly sound in wind and limb.
I feel now that I could enjoy a slice of the Killigrew estate if it were to come my way, and I am all the sorrier that I can only regard it as a castle in the air.
I have had my photograph taken and expect the copies in a day or two, when I shall send you one instead of a New Year's card.
Wishing you all a prosperous year,
Very sincerely yours,
E.H.V. Dunbar
Tell your father a "prerogative will" is one which deals with properties in 2 or more dioceses or Counties. George Dunbar's will (1807) probably dealt with properties in Carlow, Fermanagh, Cornwall, Devon and, I believe, Lincolnshire, besides other places. Perhaps there is no harm in hopinq but blessed are the that expect nothing and are not sorry when they get it
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     Jessie was registered at Penshurst, Victoria, on the 1914 electoral roll. She was registered in the 1919 electoral roll with John Thomas Killigrew Dunbar and Margaret Ann Green.
     Jean Adeline Dunbar married William Joseph Logan in 1924 in Victoria.
     Jessie died on 19 March 1971 in Glen...., Victoria.

Child of Jessie Adeline Dunbar and William Joseph Logan

Jessie Bates Dunbar

(1859 - 1940)
     Jessie Bates Dunbar was born in 1859 in Dandenong, Victoria. She was the daughter of George Killigrew Dunbar and Anne Potter Watt.
     Jessie Bates Dunbar married John James Linton on 30 April 1879 in Dandenong. They were married by Rev Alex Morrison, at the residence of the bride's mother. Jessie Bates Dunbar and Margaret Ann Green, Frances Elizabeth Dunbar, George Killigrew Dunbar and Ellen McKee Annie Dunbar were beneficiaries in Anne Potter Watt's will proved 1 September 1887 in Victoria.
     LINTON-DUNBAR -[Golden Wedding.] - On the 30th April, 1879, at the residence of the bride's mother, Dandenong, by the Rev. Alex. Morrison, John James Linton, of Maffra, Gippsland, to Jessie Bates Killigrew, third daughter of the late George Killigrew Dunbar, of Dandenong. (Present address, 13 Oak grove, East Malvern, S.E.5.).
     Jessie and Emily were registered at 13 Oak Grove, East Malvern, on the 1937 electoral roll.
     Jessie died in 1940 in Malvern, Victoria.

Children of Jessie Bates Dunbar and John James Linton

Jessie Vivian Dunbar

(21 September 1888 - 1 June 1987)
     Jessie Vivian Dunbar was born on 21 September 1888 in Camp Crescent, Castlemaine, Victoria. She was the daughter of George Killigrew Dunbar and Rebecca Grace Baring.
     The family home in the country out of Bourke, was burnt out when she was about 3 or 5, while her father was away, and she was hospitalized for about 12 months with burns. She later says 3 years in hospital and consequently spoilt. The fire was caused by her brother George's oil lamp being caught by a curtain.
     Jessie Vivian Dunbar married James Thomas Lessel on 3 July 1909 in St Stephen's Church of England, Newtown, New South Wales, Australia. She was of 2 Stanmore Rd, Enmore NSW at her marriage which was witnessed by her mother. The had no issue..
     She was interviewed by John Wolff about the family in September 1984, having been hospitalized for nearly three years after a broken hip.
     Jessie died on 1 June 1987 in Fairlawn Nursing Home, Concord, New South Wales, aged 98. She was cremated on 5 June 1987.

Joan Vivian Dunbar

(24 September 1920 - 8 April 2005)
     Joan Vivian Dunbar was born on 24 September 1920 in Sydney, New South Wales. She was the daughter of Eric Vivian Dunbar and Thelma Edith Fortey.
     Joan was educated. She went to 17 schools as her family moved about.
     Joan Vivian Dunbar married Ulick Frederick Sydney King on 2 January 1942 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. Joan was a teacher.
     Joan Vivian Dunbar lived at 2/82 Bayswater Rd, Rushcutters Bay, New South Wales, 2000.
     Joan Vivian Dunbar lived at 2/33 Waratah St, Rushcutters Bay, 2005.
     Joan died on 8 April 2005 in Sydney?, aged 84. She was cremated in April 2005 in Eastern Suburbs Crematorium, Botany.

Children of Joan Vivian Dunbar and Ulick Frederick Sydney King

John Dunbar

(circa 1512 - 1543)
     He was of Mochrum Park.. John Dunbar was born circa 1512. He was the son of Sir John Dunbar.
     John died in 1543 in Mochrum, Wigtownshire.

Child of John Dunbar

John Dunbar

( - 1661)
     John Dunbar was born in Pankill, Wigtownshire, Scotland.
     See also notes attached to Sir John Mochrum. He was the son of Alexander Dunbar.
     John Dunbar married Marjory Urquhart, daughter of Thomas Urquhart (of Burdsyards). She was the daughter of Thomas Urquhart of Burdsyards.
     1617-18, John of Egirness, nephew of the laird of Mochrum, later described as of Pankill. Abducted Marjory Uquhart.
     1623 John Dunbar of Pankill, son in law of Thomas Uquhart of Burdsyards.
     In 1648 Alexnader disponed to John Dunbar, his cousin and nearest heir, son of his grand uncle, Alexander of Pankill, the lands and barony of Mochrum, etc. John Dunbar was served heir to an unknown person on 18 April 1650 his grandson Alexander having stepped aside. Special Service (dates 18 April 1650) in favour of John Dunbar, as nearest and lawful heir to Sir John Dunbar of Mochrum Kt., his grandfather (who died 30 Novr. 1620) in the barony of Mochrum (Wigton) and others; and 2 other writs relating to the same subjects the latter of which is dated 1737.
     John died in 1661 in Mochrum, Wigtownshire, Scotland.

John Dunbar

(before 1390 - )
     John Dunbar was born before 1390 in Scotland.
     John, named fifth in the writ of 1390, and then apparently the youngest. He is also named fifth in the safe-conduct, but his later career has not been ascertained. He was the son of George Dunbar 10th Earl and Christiana Wardlaw.
     John Dunbar was mentioned on 23 November 1411.

John Dunbar

(before 1550 - )
     John Dunbar was born before 1550. He was the son of Archibald Dunbar.
     John Dunbar married Margaret Vans in 1568. She was the daughter of Sir Patrick Vans/Vaus of Barnbarroch.
Others suggest Margaret daughter of Sir Patrick m 1st in 1568, John Dunbar of Orchardton (son of Archibald D and Janet Mure) and m again 1570, so presumably John had died by then and as far as I know without issue. This has not yet been investigated.

John Dunbar

(circa 1655 - )
     John died in Grangehill, Dyke & Moy, Moray. He was succeeded by his eldest surviving son Rev Robert Dunbar. John was nick-named . The 'tutor of Grangehill'. He was born circa 1655. He married Mary Urquhart, daughter of Thomas Urquhart of Birdsyards, his cousin.. He was the son of David Dunbar.
     His will was proved on 7 July 1710?. John Dunbar of Kirkhill.

Child of John Dunbar

John Dunbar

     John Dunbar was born. His issue is extinct. He was the son of Ninian Dunbar and Finduella Christian? Dunbar.

John Dunbar

(before 1590 - )
     John Dunbar was also known as John Dunbar (2nd of Hempriggs) in records. He was born before 1590 in Moray, Scotland. He was the son of William Dunbar.
     John Dunbar married Elizabeth Sinclair before 1600?. She was the daughter of George Sinclair of Mey.
     He was served heir to his father 30 October 1634: Joannes Dumbar de Hempriges, haeres Willielmi Dumbar de Hempriges, patris - in villa et terris de Hempriges extendentibus ad 6 aratra terrarum antiqui extensus, infra dominium de Kinloss.. John Dunbar's heir was an unknown person on 26 October 1642 in Nairnshire. Joannes Dumbar de Strutheris, haeres provisionis dominius Alexandri Dumbar de Cumnoclk, militis, Vicecomitis de Elgin et Forres, patris - in molendinis de Golfurd et Moynes [Moyness], cum multuris terrarum de Bogholl [Boghole], Readrittis, Newtoun, et Craighead, partibus baronie de Moynes et Golfurd.

Child of John Dunbar and Elizabeth Sinclair

John Dunbar

(circa 1600 - before 3 April 1666)
     John Dunbar was also known as John Dunbar (3rd of Hempriggs) in records. He was born circa 1600. He was the son of John Dunbar and Elizabeth Sinclair.
     John Dunbar married Anne Fraser circa September 1624. In his marriage contract dated 26 September 1624, his father, John Dunbar, made over his lands of Hempriggs "as they had been left to him by his father, William". They also had 3 daughters Janet (Cumming), Catherine (Geddes), Ann (Sinclair)..
     He is frequently mentioned in the Caithness Register of Sasines: 5 Sep 1649, 12 April 1660, 4 May 1660, 6 June 1660, 4 July 1670, 14 Oct 1681 etc. He also purchased Latheronwheel.
     John died before 3 April 1666 in Moray, Scotland. In the Caithness register of sasines, Anna Fraser is described as the spouse of John Dunbar of Hemprix on 4 May 1660 and the relict of same 4 July 1670. He's heir was Sir William Dunbar 1st Bart of Northfield on 3 April 1666. Willielmus Dumbar de Hemprigs served heir to his father Joannis Dumbar de Hemprigs - in terris de Boigholl, Readruitts, Coldhome, Craghead, Earleseat et Reidhill de Golfuird, et decimus, cum aliis terris in vicecomitu de Elgin et Forres.

John Dunbar

(before 1528 - )
     John Dunbar was born illegitimate before 1528 in Moray, Scotland. He was the son of Alexander Dunbar.
     John Dunbar and Robert Dunbar were made legitimate on 12 February 1547/48 when Alexander Dunbar was named as the father. There is an entry in the "Register of the Privy Seal of Scotland", recording the legitimation of Robert Dunbar, and John Dunbar, brothers of Patrick Dunbar, Baron of Sanquhar, natural sons of Alexander, prior of Pluscarden. (The reference to Sanquhar indicates that the Prior must have made over these lands near Forres to his eldest son before 1547). The following year a precept of sasine was drawn up. On 24 June it was signed by Alexander & 12 monks. This document made over extensive lands within the barony of Fochabers, which belonged formerly to Urquhart Priory, to Alexander Innes of Cromy (Crombie) who married Beatrix Dunbar, reputed to have been one of the Prior's daughters.
     John Dunbar and Alexander Dunbar and David Dunbar were mentioned on 12 September 1560.
     Bruce Bishop (2000) wrote: The estate of Westerton was originally part of the Priory lands ... Alexander Dunbar, the last Prior, seeing the times were to prove fatal to the RC church, on 12 Sep 1560, with the consent of the convent, granted a charter of the lands of Westerton to John Dunbar, one of his illegitimate sons. he does not name him as his own son, but designates him brother to Patrick Dunbar of Sanquhar, who was generally known to have been one of Alexander's sons..      
John Dunbar was mentioned in a sasine on 19 September 1560.
     John Dunbar and Robert Dunbar were mentioned in a deed dated 29 May 1576. John Dunbar conveyed the estate to Robert Dunbar in Inshallon and his spouse by charter dated 29 May 1576, and this Robert Dunbar, who could also have been one of Alexander's illegitimate brood, was succeeded by his son, also Robert, as appears in a Precept of Clare Constat from Kenneth MacKenzie of Kintail, at that time the proprietor of Pluscarden and the Superior of Westerton, dated 12 Aug 1606 (Chancery of Ross), Robert Dunbar then conveyed the estate of Westerton to Patrick Dunbar and Janet Cumming the spouse on 22 May and 9 June 1615.

John Dunbar

(27 September 1618 - after 1648)
     John Dunbar was also known as (of Hillhead) in records. He was christened on 27 September 1618 in Elgin, Moray, Scotland. He was the son of Nicolas Dunbar and Grace or Griswell Mavor.
     John Dunbar married Joan Dunbar?.
     John died after 1648. He was a burgess of Elgin. He bore arms: as Mr John Dunbar of Hillhead, with the usual roses and cushions of Dunbar & Randolph.

Child of John Dunbar

John Dunbar

(before 1588 - after 1623)
     John Dunbar was also known as John Dunbar (of Cumnock & Westfield) in records. He was born before 1588. He was the son of Patrick Dunbar. John Dunbar was sheriff of Moray, Scotland.
     John died after 1623. Shaw states that he died in 1622 but The Annals of Forres states he was sheriff and occupant of the Castle in 1624, as aborther of Alexander who was killed in 1611.

Child of John Dunbar

John Dunbar

(circa 1504 - 5 December 1545)
     John Dunbar was also known as Dunbar (of Bennetsfield) in records. He was born illegitimate circa 1504 in Scotland. He is probaby the son of James Dunbar of Sudy, who is probably the son of Mr Patrick Dunbar. He was the son of James Dunbar.
     On 4th July 1525 John Dunbar received lands of Bennetsfield & Killane: Legislation: private act (abstract): King James, etc. With the advice of the lords of privy council chosen by the three estates, and the consent of the three estates now assembled in parliament, remembering the acts for the common welfare of his ancestors regarding leasing in feuferme for the improvement of estates with buildings, profits from lands etc., considering also that the lands of Bennetsfield and Killen, earldom of Ross and Ardmeanach, sheriffdom of Inverness, in the north of the kingdom, are of little use and were lying waste, in orde[r to return it to profit and set a good example in those parts, the king granted in feuferme to John Dunbar, kinsman of Gavin [Dunbar], bishop of Aberdeen, royal councillor, all the said lands, extending to £7 in our rental. To be held by John and his male heirs, whom failing the senior female heir without division of the lands, in feuferme, with all the usual rights. Paying annually to the king and his officers £9 at the two usual terms, with double feuferme at entry, at the entry of an heir, at marriages of heirs, and after the death of the possessor. John and his heirs are held to make improvements to the land and its buildings, in so far as they are able, which are to be begun within three years. Also providing military service. Under the great seal. Witnesses omitted. At Edinburgh, 4 July 1525, twelfth year of the reign..
     The king, with the assent of the three estates, ratifies an earlier grant to John Dunbar of the lands of Bennetsfield and Killen in the lordship of Ross in feu ferme, notwithstanding any annexations made by the king or his predecessors. And ordered letters of confirmation under the great seal 17 July 1525..
     Charter of John Dunbar ... et ad feodifirman dimittumus hereditary dilecto nostro Johanni Dunbar Reverend in Christ, patris consiliariique nostri dilecti Gavin Archbishop of Aberdeen kinsman o to tas et integras predictas lands of Bennetsfield & Killane ... his heirs male q.d. senior heir female.
     11 Feb 1539/40, preceptum legit. John Dunbar, bastard son of the late Patrick Dunbar.
1539/40 6 March at Edinburgh: Precectum legitimationus Gawini Dunbar, Jacobi Dunbar, Johannis Dunbar, Georgii Dunbar et Davidus Dunbar, bastards, filiorum naturalium quondon Patricii Dunbar
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     March 20, 1540/1 Mr David Dunbar of the chapelry of the B.V. Mary in Kilmure... q.d. John Dunbar of Bennagefield & heirs male.
c.1542: John Dunbar, tenant of Petfure, etc.
     John Dunbar and Alexander Dunbar were mentioned on 14 April 1542.
     On May 2 1542: Retour of inquest held in the tollbooth of Innernes before John Cuthbert, sheriff depute of Innernes, by John McKenzie of Kyntail ... John Dunbar of Bennenfeld..
     John Dunbar and Patrick Dunbar were made legitimate along with Alexander Dunbar on 20 March 1543/44 in Edinburgh, when James Dunbar was named as the father. Queen etc. dedit literas legitimation of Patrick Dunbar of Darkles, John Dunbar of Bennagefield & Alexandro Dunbar natural sons of the late James Dunbar in Sudy, bastards. John Dunbar was mentioned in a deed dated 20 March 1543/44. 20 March 1543/4 at Edinburgh: Queen etc. confirmation charter of John Ogilvy of Sanquhair who for pro summa pecunie per Alexander Dunbar of Cumnock persoluta, sold to Patrick Dunbar of Darkles, lands & barony of Sanquhare, Quhitray, Newtoun, Chapeltoun, Tullocht, Auchinleske, Drum de Pluscardin, terras forrestiarum de T. et D., with tenentibus etc. et lie ailhousis vic. Elgin et Forres: Tenend. said Patrick & his legitimate male heirs q.d. John Dunbar of Bennettsfield & heirs, q.d. Alexander Dunbar son of the late James Dunbar in Sude & heirs, q.d. Alexander Dunbar of Cumnock, heirs & assigns qu[ibuscumque of the Queen: concessit etiam quod unica sanea apud principale messuagium de Sanquhare capiendaunbar de Conqu; Wm Hay of Mayne; Archibald Muyrson of Marke; D. Johi, Faithe capellano ... at Elgin 26 Nov 1543.
     John died on 5 December 1545 in Avoch, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. 1545 Quinto Decembris occisus [killed] est Johannes Dumbar de Benegfeild in Canonia Rossense.
1548/9 Feb 6 - The Queen set in feu farm to David Dunbar, elder son & heir of the deceased John Dunbar of Bennetisfield, the lands of Bennetisfield, Petfur, etc. in the Lordship of Ardmannach, Inverness. [New Spalding Club, 1903, Records of Elgin 1234-1800, p.45 & Register of the Privy Seal of Scotland, 1548-56].

     "6 Feb 1548/9 Preceptum carte feodifirme David Dunbar filio senris et heredis quondam Joh. Dunbar in Bennetsfield re lands at Bennetsfield, Petfur & Killane, molendinum de Killane, molendinum de Petconochy, molendinum de Petfur. Tenend: dicto David et heirs male legit. q.d. Joh. Dunbar ejus fratri & heirs, q.d. Patrick Dunbr de Sanchar & heirs q.d. John Dunbar his brother & heirs, q.d. nearest male heir of said David, arma et cognomen de Dunbar gerentibus quibuscunque, q.d. nearest female heir..." [RMS #288], [RPS iv 97]..
     6 February 1548/9 - The Queen set in feu farm to David Dunbar, elder son & heir of the deceased John Dunbar of Bennetisfield, the lands of Bennetisfield, Petfur, etc. in the Lordship of Ardmannach, Inverness: 6 Feb 1548/9 Preceptum charter feodifirme David Dunbar elder son & heir of the late John Dunbar in Bennetsfield re lands at Bennetsfield, Petfur & Killane, mill of Killane, mill of Petconochy, mill of Petfur. Tenend: said David & his legitimate male heirs q.d. John Dunbar his brother & his heirs, q.d. Patrick Dunbar of Sanchar & heirs q.d. John Dunbar his brother & heirs, q.d. nearest male heir of said David, arma & name of Dunbar gerentibus quibuscunque, q.d. nearest female heir....
     John Dunbar and George Dunbar were mentioned in a deed dated 8 November 1557. Writs of land of Meikle Pennick 1557-1612 in the Brodie of Brodie mss: 8 November 1557, feu charter by Alexander Dunbar, Prior, in favour of George Dunbar, brother ot John Dunbar of Bennagefield of lands of Meikle Penick.
     2 Aug 1558: Sasine in favour of Mr John Dunbar therein designed natural son to John Dunbar of Bennadgefield of the lands of Over & Nether Mefts, proceeding upon a charter from the Prior & convent of Pluscarden in his favours.
]8 Aug. 1558 Copy of charter by Alexander Prior of Pluscarden to Mr John Dunbar, natural son of the deceased John Dunbar of Bennagefield, q.d. to George Dunbar brother german of the deceased John Dunbar of Bennagefield q.d. Patrick Dunbar of Sanquhar q.d. Robert Dunbar of Darsie of Over & Nether Mefts the brewery thereof. [#389 Innes writs]..
     8 August 1558: Copy of charter by Alexander, Prior of Pluscarden to Mr John Dunbar natural son of deceased John Dunbar of Bennagefield, q.d. to George Dunbar brother german of deceased John Dunbar of Bennagefield q.d. Patrick Dunbar of Sanquhar q.d. Robert Dunbar of Darsie of Over & Nether Mefts & the brewery thereof. [#389 Innes writs]. [Confirmation 14 July 1586].. John Dunbar's heir was George Dunbar on 20 July 1559 in Avoch. Instrument of Sasine in favour of George Dunbar, brother german of the deceased John Dunbar of Benessfield of three fourths parts of the town & lands of Grengryne, following on precept, dated 20 July 1559 by Alexander, prior of Pluscardin.
     In 1560 David Dunbar of Bennethfield is described as cousin to John, Alexander & Patrick Dunbar (of Sanquhar), the illegitimate sons of Alexander Dunbar, Prior of Pluscarden; this make John the brother of Alexander by modern relationships.
     A contract for the marriage of John Dunbar and Margaret Hay was signed on 15 March 1569. Burke's Peerage p. 594-5 states: Alexander Brodie of Brodie.. first married Marjory daughter of Robert Dunbar of Durres before1553 and she died before 1569 having a son David. He married secondly (contract 15 March 1569) Margaret, widow of Dunbar of Benageield and edlest daughter of John Hay, of Lochloy. They had a charter 27 Jan 1570.... He died in August1584 and sShe married thirdly Mr Wiliam Douglas, thesaurer of Moray, made her will and died 14 Feb 1609.
     John Dunbar and Rev John Dunbar were mentioned in a deed dated 14 July 1586 in Falkirk, Stirlingshire, Scotland. 14 July 1586 at Falkland: Rex confirmavit cartam factam per quondam Alex, Priorem [introductory clause "commendatarium"] de Pluscarden, et ejusdem conventum, - qua ad feudifirman dimiserunt M. (Magister) Joanni Dumbar, filio naturali quond. Joannis D de Bennethfield - villas et terras de Ovir et Nether Meftis, cum brasina et 3 acris, in baronia et regalitate sua de Urquhaird, vic. Elgin et Fores: - Tenend. dicto M[. Jo et heredibus masc. ejus de corpore legit. procreatis quibis deficientibus [failing legit male heirs] to David Dunbar of Bennethfield and his heirs, failing them to George Dunbar, fratri germano dicti quond. Jo., and his heirs, failing them to Patricio Dunbar of Sanquhair & heirs, failing them to Roberto Dunbar of Durris & heirs, de dicto monast; cum communi pastura a terris arabilus de Meftis ad austrum ad terras arabiles de Lucharis ad boream; cum communitate in nemore the Luchar-boge ad pasturam animalium, lucandrum glebas "lie turvis", et cespites, vix "pettis, turffis, fealis and dewaitties", et ad cedend. gramina "lie ster" ac silvam "lie void cuttin" (a "the Bruntwater" ad orien. ad terras arabiles de Lucharis ad occiden.); et communitate in the "Luchar-mure"; ac cum postestate lucrandi terras nondum cultas, incipiendo a finibus "the lang-dikis" et Brumelaw dictis terris de Meftis pertinen., et super "lie" Medewmuir usque ad metas terrarum de Innes :- Reddend. pro Uvir Meftis 8 lib. 10 sol. 4 den. firme antique, et 56 sol. 9 den. pro gressuma, 13 bollas victualium pro arida multura ob liberam molationem victualium ad molendinum de Dynkemptie, 4 bollas avenarum custumalium, 2 duodenas caponum, 2 duodenas pultrearum, 4 oves custumales, 10 sol. augmentationis, cum arreagiis et carriagliis 4 equorum cum ductioribus in vectione turbariorum seu pettariorum ad loca de Urquhaird et Pluscarden; pro Wester (vel Nethir) M. 8 lib. 10 sol. 4 den. firme antique, 56 sol. 9 den. pro .... John Dunbar was mentioned in the confirmation charter on 14 July 1586 relating to the late Alexander Dunbar.

Children of John Dunbar

John Dunbar

(13 April 1676 - before 1682)
     John Dunbar was christened on 13 April 1676 in Alves, Moray, Scotland. He was the son of Archibald Dunbar and Elizabeth Hacket.
     John died before 1682.

John Dunbar

(2 June 1682 - )
     John Dunbar was born on 2 June 1682 in Alves, Moray. He was christened on 2 June 1682 in Alves, Moray, Scotland. He was the son of Archibald Dunbar and Katherine Innes.

John Dunbar

(before 1560 - )
     John Dunbar was also known as John Dunbar (of Moyness, Auldearn) in records. He was born before 1560 in Scotland. He was the son of Sir Alexander Dunbar and Janet Leslie.
     26 July 1581: Contract between James Dunbar of Cumnok [Cumnock], on the one part, and John Dunbar of Moynes [Moyness], his father's brother, on the other part, concerning debate between the said parties as to the lands of Moynes and Golfuird, in the sheriffdom of Nairn.
     Shaw wrote: The upper part of the parish [of Auldearn] is high ground, and, in the east end of it, is the Barony of Moyness and Boghole. This was a part of the estate of Westfield, given to John Dunbar, a second son of that family, about the year 1584. And, in 1634, Robert Dunbar, son of the said John, disponed these lands to John Grant of Logie, whose son, James Grant, sold them to Sir Hugh Campbell of Calder, in 1668, and they are now Calder's property.

Child of John Dunbar

John Dunbar

(before 1520 - 5 December 1545)
     John Dunbar was born illegitimate before 1520. This may be the same person as John of Bennetsfield. He was the son of Patrick Dunbar.
     John Dunbar was made legitimate on 11 February 1539/40 when Patrick Dunbar was named as the father. Preceptum legit. Johannis Dunbar, bastardi, filii naturalis quondam Patrick Dunbar in communi forma, etc. John Dunbar were made legitimate along with Gavin Dunbar and George Dunbar on 6 March 1539/40 when Patrick Dunbar was named as the father. Rex dedit literas legitimationis Gavin, James, John, George & David natural sons of the late Patrick Dunbar were legitimated.
     John died on 5 December 1545 in Ross & Cromarty. Quinto Decembris 1545 occisus est Johannes Dumbar de Benegfeild in Canonia Rossense.

John Dunbar

(circa 1685 - before April 1713)
     John Dunbar was born circa 1685. He was the son of Sir James Dunbar 1st Bart of Mochrum and Isabella Nicolson.
     John died before April 1713 in Teniers. He was killed in action as a Cornet in the Scots Dragoons.
     His will was proved on 16 April 1713 at Edinburgh. Mr John Dunbar, second lawful son to Sir James Dunbar, of Mochrum, and lieutenant in the Earl of Stair's Regiment of Dragoons. Further action on the 4 June 1713 & 3 July 1741.

John Dunbar

     John Dunbar was born. He was of Derchester & Birkynside. Some sources state he was the husband of Isabella Randolph. He was the son of Patrick (IV) Dunbar 8th Earl and Marjory Comyn.

John Dunbar

( - before 21 March 1552)
     John Dunbar was also known as John Dunbar (of Knocksynock) in records.
     John was buried before 21 March 1552 in Cumnock, Ayrshire.
     His will was proved on 21 March 1552 at Glasgow, Lanarkshire. John Dunbar of Knokschenoch, wished to be buried at St Conval's, Cumnock.

John Dunbar

(circa 1726 - April 1749)
     John Dunbar was born circa 1726. He was the son of Sir Patrick Dunbar 3rd Baronet, of Northfield and Catherine Brodie.
     John died in April 1749. He married his cousin Marjorie, daughter of David Sinclair of Southdun and died without issue..

John Dunbar

(21 February 1686 - )
     John Dunbar was christened on 21 February 1686 in Dyke, Moray. He was the son of Robert Dunbar and Katherine Brodie.

John Dunbar

(before 1580 - )
     John Dunbar was born before 1580 in Scotland. He was the son of David Dunbar and Janet Rose.
     John Dunbar, son of David Dunbar was a Bailie under Provost Robert Tulloch in 1598.

John Dunbar

(before 1660 - )
     John Dunbar was born before 1660. He was the son of Rev (Magistri) George Dunbar. John Dunbar was served heir to Rev (Magistri) George Dunbar on 19 April 1681 in Knockmuir, Avoch, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. Joannes Dunbar, heares Magistri Georgii Dunbar de Knockmure, patris - in parte villa et terrarum de Knockmure cum deciminsu, infra parochiam de Alvach, E -1d, albe firmae . xxxvi 35.

John Dunbar

( - 1689)
     John Dunbar was the son of Robert Dunbar and Isobel Leslie. John Dunbar was also known as John Dunbar (of Hempriggs) in records.
     John died in 1689.

John Dunbar

(before 1570 - )
     John Dunbar was born before 1570.
     John Dunbar married Jean Dunbar, daughter of Alexander Dunbar and Katherine Reid, circa 18 January 1586. Contract dated 18 Jan 1586.

John Dunbar

(14 March 1805 - 1 November 1856)
     John Dunbar was born on 14 March 1805. He was the son of Sir Archibald Dunbar 6th Bart of Northfield and Helen Gordon Cumming.
     John Dunbar married Anna Sophia Hagar on 20 December 1825.
     John died on 1 November 1856 aged 51.

Children of John Dunbar and Anna Sophia Hagar