James Dunbar

(before 1485 - 10 March 1553/54)
     James Dunbar was born before 1485 in Alves?, Moray, Scotland. He was the son of Alexander Dunbar and Janet Sutherland.
He was served heir to his father in 1501.
A James Dunbar, son of James de Dunber of Cumnok, Knight, also inherited lands of Petquhyse by special service Jan 1504/5.
He was the grandson of Sir Alexr Dunbar of Westfield who inherited lands of "Canze" Sep 30 1505; lands of Colmstye (Comisty) & Lordship of Frendracht on Jan 13 1505/6; and lands of Conzhe 21 Apr 1506.
He had a charter of Conzie with Aldcash 12 March 1508.
James Dunbar married Ellen Innes in 1508/9. She was of Auchintoul.
James Dunbar married secondly Isabella Brodie. She was the daughter of Brodie of Brodie.
Aug 10 1510 the King confirmed a charter of James Dunbar of Conze, whereby he sold to Alexander Gaderer, burgess of Elgin & Isabella Sclatare, his spouse, the lands of Aldcash.
Received a charter from King James IV dated 12 March 1508 of the lands of Conzie, etc. and another from King James V, dated 30 Jan 1531, of the lands and baronies of Sanquhar, etc.
     James died on 10 March 1553/54.

Children of James Dunbar

James Dunbar

(circa 1390 - )
      The third son James, aged 14 in 1404, had a grant of the lands of the Precentory of Moray
. James Dunbar was born circa 1390. He was the son of John Dunbar 1st (4th) Earl of Moray and Marjory Stewart.

James Dunbar

(after 1485 - after 1535)
     James Dunbar was also known as Dunbar (of Blackcrag & Glasnock) in records. He was born after 1485 in Scotland. He was married to a daughter of Robert Crichton of Sanquhar/Riccarton & Marion Stewart daughter of John Stewart Earl of Lennox, sister of Robt 2nd Lord Crichton. He was the son of Sir John Dunbar and Janet Stewart.
5 June 1512 - instrument narrating that James Dunbar of Cumnock requested him of Blakcrag to denude himself of 2 merk land of Overkerne (bar Cumnock) belonging heritably to said James Dunbar of Cumnok [ros#5]
Robert Guthrie at http://members.tripod.com/bob_newcumnock/dunmisc/welcomex.html states ?c. 1513 (son Archd received sasine in 1514 after 2 terms in king's hands)
children: ?Archibald [RSRS/xvi.504]; ?James [RMS/iii#1461].
     James died after 1535 in Ayrshire, Scotland. He left no issue but other sources give a son? Archibald.

James Dunbar

(before 1575 - 15 January 1612)
     James Dunbar was also known as (of Suddy & Avach) in records.
26 Feb 1549 Contract of wadset whereby George, Earl of Seaforth, heritable proprietor of the lands undermentioned, with consent, granted to Colin Mackenzie of Munlochie (Munlochy), in return for 9000 merks, a wadset over the davach land of Wester Ratherie (Rattray?) and three quarters of the lands of Awache extending to six oxgates of one davach, under reservation of liferent of a third part of the lands and mill of Awache to Agnes Mackenzie, widow of James Dunbar, and such title and possession as Elizabeth Neismethe (Nasmith) widow of Captain Bernard Mackenzie, had to the said lands, mill or rents thereof. He was born before 1575 in Avoch, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. He was described in the introductory clause as the fourth son of George when he bought Little Suddy from his father in July 1596. He was the son of George Dunbar.
James Dunbar was mentioned in a confirmation charter on 1 July 1596 in Lt Suddie, Avoch, Ross & Cromarty. Jul 1 1596 at Dumfermline: The King with advice etc. (45, 63, 61, 55, 47, 39, 37 51) issued confirmation that the late David Dunbar of Urquhart who for implemento contractus at Elgin in Moray dated 20 Aug 156_, - for 1200 merks full payment, and also for redemption of the lands of Urquhart with mill, sold to George Dunbar, rector of Kilmure, his heirs and assigns, (town &) lands of Litle Suddy exte[nden to dimediam davatum [half davoch?], with brewhouse & crofts near Inverness :-TENEND (sub reversione 1200 merc, said David & his legitimate male heirs of his body, procreatus solummodo, whom failing, said George his heirs and assigns quibuscunque) of Archbishop of Ross in feufarm :- REDDEND. said David unum den. albe firme ; & relevando said David of summis etx. in infeofamento dict. terrarum contentis :- RESERVATO vitali redditu said David & Grisel Leslie, eorumque diutius viventi :- with warrant of sasine directo James Lesly & Alex. Thomesoun :- TEST Master/Rev David Dunbar & Thos. Ros rectors of Cullycudden et Alnes... :- Apud Canoniam Rossen., 7 April 1568 :- And also charter (dicti) George Dunbar of Avache, [who sold to James Dunbar his legitimate son [the introductory clause adds quartogenito] - town etc. aforesaid : -TENEND said James & the legitimate male heirs of his body, whom failing, said George, his heirs and assigns quibuscunque reversuras, of the King virtute acti annexationis :- REDDEND devoiras in origanti charter feudifirme contentas: - with warrant of sasine directo John Dunbar apparent of Avache. TEST: Robt Grahame, archedeacon of Ross ... Adam Dunbar, public notary ... At Canonry of Ross 1 Mar 1595, etc.
In 1596-7 the Comptar charges him with the composition of the chartour of confirmation of the landis of Lytill Suddy grantit to James Dunbar £20. He was mentioned in a deed dated 27 June 1601. Kenneth McKenzie of Kintail for George Dunbar of Avoch & George Dunbar apparent of Avoch, James Dunbar of Little Sudy, Mr David Dunbar, Robert, Gavin, Colene, Alexander and George Dunbar, sons of the said George Dunbar, not to harm Marjorie Ogilvie, relict of James Dunbar of Tarbert.
By warrant of the King, Kenneth [of Kintail] is admitted a member of the Privy Council and is sworn in, in common form, on the 9th of December, 1602. On the following day he gives caution for James Dunbar of Little Suddie, and John Dunbar, Fiar of Avoch, in two hundred merks, for their relaxation by the 1st of February next from several hornings used against them. James witnessed documents in 1607/8. M. David & James Dunbar sons of the late Georgie Dunbar of Avach witnessed deeds re property of Kenneth McKenzie of Kintail. Also at Edinburgh 9 Apr 1608 Jo. Dumbar of Avache witnessed same.
He may be the James with a son George is mentioned in the following Scottish Record Office Gift & Deposit dated 20 January 1609: Letter to John Scharpe (Sharp), younger, advocate for James Dunbar, chanter of Moray, requesting him to raise letters at the instance of Robert Dunbar in Easter Alves, father of the deceased Alexander Dunbar & James Dunbar brother of said Alexander, against George Dunbar of Wester Alves, Mr James Dunbar of Newtoune (Newton) his son, & Alexander Dunbar of Inschebroke (Inchbrook) his grandson and others, for the mutilation of the said Robert Dunbar in the right hand and the slaughter of the said Alexander Dunbar, his son.
James was mentioned in 1608-1610 document with Mr David as sons of the deceased George Dunbar of Avoch: June 5 1610 at Edinburgh : Confirmation charter by David Bishop of Ross ... Kenneth McKenzie of Kintail (son of the late Colin McKenzie of Kintail) ... Test : apud Leith, M. Jeromio Lyndsay of Dinnynnow at Cromartie, M. John McKenzie rector of Dingwall ... M. David & James Dunbar filius quond. George Dunbar of Avoch. Apud Edinburgh 9 April 1608 : - Test : John Dunbar of Avach, Robert his brother.
     James died on 15 January 1612 in Newtown, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. James Dunbar Commissar of Ross depairtit. He is probably the James Dunbar of Newtown, whose son George is served heir 16 Dec 1621 to lands etc. in Blairsyde (vel. Blairfoyde) alias Newtown.... He's heir was George Dunbar on 16 December 1621 in Blairfoid, Avoch, Ross & Cromarty. George Dunbar, heir of James Dunbar of Newtown, his father - in a piece of moor called Blairsyde (or Blairfoyde) otherwise Newtown of … lying next to the lands of Killen, within thelordship of Ardmeanoche and the sheriffdom of Innerness, with common pasture on the hills called Mulboy and Ordhill: Old Extent 3 shillings, New Extent 12 shillings. - the lands and manses written below within the bounds of the canonry of Ross, burgh of Rosemarkie et sheriffdom aforesaid, namely the lands belonging to the chaplainry of Alnes (or Alves) within the bounds aforesaid: Extent 42 shillings and 2 shillings in augmentation: - the manse and garden of the same of Kilmuir Eister in the canonry of Ross:
Extent 2s. 4d. - the manse and garden of the rector of Roskene in the said canonry: Extent 2s. 4d. - the house and lands of Suddie commonly called the lands of Meikle Suddie: Extent £13, 4s. et cetera - a brewery commonly called the Ailhouse and croft of the same: Extent 3?s - the mill of Suddie, multures and the sequels of the same, with Carsswairdis: Extent of 18 bolls of victual, et cetera -
within the Lordship of Ardmeanoche and county of Ross: - 3
fourth parts of the town and kirklands of Awache, extending
to 6 oxgangs of a davach of land, with the mill of the town
of Avache: Extent £6 et cetera - the alehouse of Avache and its crofts, with the yair and salmon fishing if it happens to occur with wrack and wair and the groves and woods, in the diocese of Ross: - Extent 25 shillings et cetera - the town and lands of Killen with the tithes included, extending to half a davach of land, within the parish of Avache, - [Old] extent 8 shillings. New Extent 30 shillings.

Blairfoid and Killen are in the parish of Avoch. The O. S. name books [1848-1852] state: This name is applied to a small cultivated district containing several small farm houses with suitable offices, part attached and detached the buildings are all one storey high thatched and in very meddling repair. It is the property of James Fletcher, Esq., Rosehaugh. James Dunbar's heir was George Dunbar on 13 September 1625 in Suddie, Kilmuir Wester. Georgius Dunbar, heir of Jacobus Dunbar de Newtoun patris, in villa et teris de Suddie vulgo vocatis terris de Meikle Suddie ... Extenet. 13l 4s etc feudifermae: bruerio, Ailhouse et crofta de Suddie: -Extent 32s.feudiferme: molendino de Suddie cum multuis, etc. Extenet 18 bolle victfualium, etc ferdiferme: infra dominium de Ardmeanoch, comitatum Rossiae et vicecomitatum de Innerness.. James Dunbar's heir was George Dunbar in October 1627. Sasine of George Dunbar, son of the late James Dunbar of Newtoun ... Suddie.

Child of James Dunbar

James Dunbar

( - after 1636)
     James Dunbar was born. James was described as 'brother german to John Dunbar of Hempriggs' 25 May 1657. He was the son of William Dunbar.
     James died after 1636.

Child of James Dunbar

James Dunbar

(before 1556 - before 13 January 1600/1)
     James Dunbar was born before 1556 in Scotland. He was the son of Sir Patrick Dunbar. James Dunbar was Sheriff of Moray, Scotland, from 1577. He was described as son of Patrick and grandson of Sir Alexander.
15 Feb 1578 to 1580 at Holyroodhouse - documents for stopping the feud between Dunbar & Innes: James Dunbar of Cumnock, Mr Alex Dunbar dean of Murray, James Dunbar of Tarbert, David Dunbar apparent of Durris, Mr John Dunbar of Meftis & George Dunbar in Westir Alves ...
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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. James was a beneficiary in Sir Alexander Dunbar's will proved 15 December 1582.
     James died before 13 January 1600/1.
     His will was proved on 13 January 1600/1 at Ayr. The Cumnock & Elgin & Forres lands went to son Alexander Dunbar. Probate documents also found in Edinburgh court dated 17 June 1601 for James Dunbar, of Tarbat, sheriff of Inverness. He's heir was Sir Alexander Dunbar on 3 March 1601 in Elgin, Moray, Scotland. James Dunbar's heir was Sir Alexander Dunbar on 18 March 1601 in Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. James Dunbar's heir was Marjory Dunbar (Dunbar), Janet Dunbar (Dunbar) and Dorothy Dunbar on 1 May 1604.

Children of James Dunbar

James Dunbar

(before 1590 - )
     James died. He was unmarried.. He was born before 1590. He was the son of Patrick Dunbar.

James Dunbar

( - 1741)
     James Dunbar was the son of James Sutherland-Dunbar Bart of Hempriggs and Elizabeth Dunbar.
     James died in 1741 in Cartagena, Spain. Other sources state 1742 in Jamaica.

James Dunbar

(circa 1490 - before 14 April 1542)
     James Dunbar was also known as (of Suddie) in records. He was born illegitimate circa 1490 in Scotland. Deeds in 1526 & 1527 describe him as natural son of the late Mr Patrick Dunbar. He was the son of Patrick Dunbar.
     James Dunbar was mentioned in a deed dated 31 July 1526. Ardmanach: By charter of the Great Seal James Dunbar, natural son of the late Master Patrick Dunbar, pays entries of Futhy [sic], Petfure, Dene Myln, Killane, Bennetsfield, Petconochy, Halfdawakis, Casteltoun & other lands to Comptroller. New entry of lands in Ardmanach paid
p. 337-8: et de lx lib de firmis lands of Killane & Benettisfeild que sp; ebar... per solidorum annuatim, per charter of the great seal James Dunbar natural son of the late Master Patrick Dunbar.
p. 377: From 31 July: & 20/- received from James Dunbar, natural son of the late Master Patrick Dunbar pays entries for Petconococh, Halfdawakis, Casteltoun and other lands in the Lordship of Ardmanach.
     James Dunbar and Patrick Dunbar were mentioned in a deed dated 1 March 1526/27 in Edinburgh. Edinburgh: James Dunbar, natural son of the late Mr Patrick Dunbar [was granted by James V] lands of Wester & Easter Haldach ... lands at Casteltoun ... Petconnoquhy (including alehouse & mill) Ardmanach, vicinity of Invernys... Chief messuage was to be Castletoun (in Avoch) Tenend, said James his heirs male then female. James 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.
James Dunbar married Janet Graham before 1541.
     James died before 14 April 1542 in Suddie, Kilmuir Wester, Ross & Cromarty. 1542 June: Tenant of mill at Petfure; the late James Dunbar, formerly tenant of mill at Petconnochquhy & others, said mill and others set to the widow of James (Jonete Graham).
Prof. W.J. Watson's - 'Place Names of Ross and Cromarty' gives; Pitfuir - Pethfouyr circ.1338, Petfure 1456; Petfuyr, with its mill called Denemylne, 1526; G. Pit-fhuir, Pasture-stead, a Pictish name; cf. Dochfour, Balfour, Pitfure (Rogart), Inchfuir, and Porin. The mill is now called the Mill of Den.
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14 April 1542 at Stirling: King's confirmation charter Alexander Dunbar of Cumnock wherefore sold to his kinsman Patrick Dunbar & William Gaderer of Baithill his tutor ... lands of Darkles ... Tenend: said Patrick & heirs male; failing him, Alexander Dunbar natural son of the late James Dunbar in Suddie & heirs male, q.d. John Dunbar in Bennethfield, brother german of Alexander Prior de Pluscarden & heirs q.d. nearest male heir, lie armis. Test: James Dunbar of Tarbert, James Dunbar of Conze, Robert Dunbar of Durris, M. James Dunbar, rector of Cumnock, 4 Mar 1541, at Elgin.
     He was named as father at the legitimation of Patrick Dunbar on 6 December 1543. Preceptum legitimationis Patrick Dunbar bastard, natural son of the late James Dunbar in Sudy, in communi forma, etc. Per signetum. Gratis [but which Patrick?].
     He was named as father at the legitimation of Patrick Dunbar and John Dunbar on 20 March 1543/44. 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.
     James Dunbar and Patrick Dunbar were 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.
12 April 1545: Charter by Alexander, Prior of Pluscarden and the convernt thereof, in favour of Alexander Dunbar, natural son of deceased James Dunbar of Suddie, of town and lands of Urquhard [Urquhart], mill & mill lands thereof, with 12 acres of said lands of Urquhart excepting 2 acres of lands & chaplainry of Holyrood, the lands of Wiodland with the wood called Crukwoud, lands of Threipland & Hillis, with the wardenship of the place of Urquhart and the office of mair of the barony of Urquhart. Signed by the Prior and others.
     James Dunbar and David Dunbar were mentioned in a deed dated 12 February 1547/48 in Edinburgh. David Dunbar had the gift of the goods, etc. relating to the late James Dunbar, bastard son of the late Alexander Dunbar of Sudy, now in the hands of the Queen as a bastard. However note that on the same day Maister Thomas Marjoribanks also had the gift of the goods, etc. relating to the late Alexander Dunbar, bastard son of the late Alexander Dunbar of [blank] and in the Queens hand as the late Alexander was born and died a bastard.
A letter maide to David Dunbar in Bennettisfeild, his airis and assignais ane or ma, - of the gift of all gudis (etc. ut supra no. 2634), quhilkis pertenit to umqhile James Dunbar, bastard, sone of umquhile Alexander Dunbar of Sudy, and new pertening to oure soverane lady be resoun of eschete and privilege of law grantit to hir grace upoun the escehete of bastardis. With power, etc.
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     James Dunbar mortgaged property on 26 February 1549. Contract of wadset whereby George, Earl of Seaforth, heritable proprietor of the lands undermentioned with consent, granted to Colin Mackenzie, of Munlochie [Munlochy], in return for 900 merks, a wadset over the davach land of Wester Ratherie [Rattray?] and three quarters of the lands of Awache (Avoch) extending to six oxgates of one davach, under reservation of liferent of a third part of the lands and mill of Awache to Agnes Mackenzie, widow of James Dunbar, and such title and possession as Elizabeth Neismethe (Naismith) widow of Captain Bernard Mackenzie, had to the said lands, mill or rents thereof.

Children of James Dunbar

James Dunbar

(5 July 1636 - )
     James Dunbar was christened on 5 July 1636 in Dyke & Moy, Moray, Scotland. A James Dunbar, son to Mr Dunbar in Graingehill was buried 7 Oct 1636 in the Dyke & Moy Old Parochial Registers. On the 5 July 1636, Jean Dunbar, daughter to Mr Dunbar in Grangehill was also buried.. He was the son of Ninian Dunbar and Finduella Christian? Dunbar.
James Dunbar married Jean Cuming on 3 July 1667 in Dyke & Moy, Moray.

James Dunbar

(before 1511 - )
     James Dunbar was born before 1511 in Moray, Scotland. He was the son of Sir James Dunbar.

James Dunbar

(before 1584 - )
     James Dunbar was born before 1584. He was the son of James Dunbar. James Dunbar was served heir to Sir Alexander Dunbar on 6 April 1604 in Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. James Dunbar was heir of 17 May 1604: Precept of Clare Constat by the said Andrew, Earl of Rothes, for infefting James Dunbar of Tarbert as heir of the said Alexander Dunbar, his brother, in the said lands of Wester Kyndeis and Downylarne on 17 May 1604.. He was served heir to Sir Alexander Dunbar on 11 June 1605 in Elgin, Moray, Scotland. James was a clergyman in 1605.
5 Sep 1605: Notarial Instrument under the hand of George Annand [Annan], notary narrating that Lachlan McIntoisch [McIntosh] of Dunnachteine [Dunachton] compeared and explained that three submissions to certain arbitrators had been agreed upon between him on the one part, and Robert Dunbar of Burgie, Mr. James Dunbar of Terbart [?Tarbat, Cromarty ?Tarbert, Inverie], James Dunbar of Penik [Pennick], and Mark Dunbar of Durris [Dores], on the other part, for settlement of some differences between them, and to Mr. Alexander Douglas, Bishop of Moray, as oversman, this present day being appointed for the acceptance and subscribing of the submissions. The three submissions are in the keeping of the said bishop, who has written that he has had to go to London, and is presently on his way thither. Wherefore the said Lachlan protests that as he is here present with his friends to proceed in the matter, no fault or delay should be imputed to him, but that the business be simply postponed until the bishop's return.
     James died in Ross & Cromarty.

James Dunbar

( - 1720)
     James Dunbar was the son of Alexander Dunbar.
     James died in 1720. He may be the father of Ludovic.

James Dunbar

(before 1537 - after 1587)
     James Dunbar was also known as (of Tarbet)? in records. He was born before 1537 in Cumnock, Ayrshire, Scotland. He was the son of Sir Alexander Dunbar and Margaret Falconer.
     James died after 1587. He was alive in 1587.

James Dunbar

(before 1542 - )
     James Dunbar was born before 1542 in Suddie, Kilmuir Wester, Ross & Cromarty. He was the son of Alexander Dunbar.
     James Dunbar was made legitimate on 17 January 1567/68 when Alexander Dunbar was named as the father. James Dunbar, illegitimate son of the deceased Alexander Dunbar in Sudy.
In the Exchequer Rolls between 23 January 1595 and 1 Feb 1597, the comptar charges him with the compositioun of the chartour of confirmation of the landis of Lytill Suddy grantit to James Dumbar 20 pounds.

James Dunbar

(before 1495 - circa 26 September 1588)
     James Dunbar was also known as (of Tullyglens & Easter Tarbat) in records. James Dunbar was also known as 5th Sheriff of Moray in records. James Dunbar was also known as (of Tarbat) in records. He was born before 1495 in Durris (Dores), Inverness-shire, Scotland. He was the son of David Dunbar.
He was one of the major beneficiaries of James IV's settlement of Ross. Lessee of the Mains of Fearn and the monastery's bailie in 1511, he bought to thirds of Ardboll from John Fraser, 10 July 1514.
Two thirds of the lands of Arboll were sold by John Fresale to James Dunbar of Tarbat in 1514..
20 April 1513 he appears as James Dunbar of Tarbet. Letter of tak with consent of the Governor to James Dunbar, the son of David Dunbar of Durris of all & hale the kingis landes of Tarbart, co. Ross, which lands the said James now occupies.
He purchased c.1520 the lands of Portmahomack, Tarbatness and the old Ross Castle of Ballone, which he bought up to date.
James Dunbar married Elizabeth Leslie before 16 January 1523/24. They had issue David who died before 28 May 1558 when his brother James was heir apparent of Tarbet. Euffon Dunbar married before 1535 to Andrew Monro of Milton (ancestor of Berton). Nicholas of Bogs who married a Brodie. (4) Archibald of Pennick who in 1560 bought Pennick from George Dunbar, brother of John of Bennetsfield & married Janet daughter of Alexander Tullock by contracted dated 25 July 1559 and had issue: Alex & James. James married Janet Hay and had issue Robert, James and Archibald who married 4 May 1682 .... Innes, daughter of Mr John Innes of Coxton and had James Dunbar of Balnagieth 1664 (5) James Dunbar of Tarbet & Dumphail - also of Sanquhar bought from Patrick of Sanquhar & Darkles. ... see Berthon.
16 Jan 1523/4 James Dunbar & Elizabeth Lesley his spouse re land in Tulyglennis.
21 Aug 1526: Charter by King James V under the Great Seal to James Dunbar of Tullyglens & his heirs male whom failing to the elder heir female without division of the Lands of Easter Tarbert with the Sea and fresh water fishings thereof in the Earldom of Ross and Shire of Inverness.
Precept from the Chancery of King James V for infefting the said James Dunbar in the said Lands of Easter Tarbert & fishings thereof in terms of the foregoing Charter.
7 Nov 1526 Instrument of Sasine proceeding upon the foregoing Precept in favour of the said James Dunbar of Tullyglens of the said Lands of Easter Tarbert and fishings thereof.
20 Nov 1526: Extract Act of Parliament ratifying the foregoing Charter by the Crown in favour of the said James Dunbar and his heirs foresaid of the said Lands of Easter Tarbert and fishings thereof
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5 May 1531: Precept of Sasine by James Dunbar of Tarbart to Angus Maccallo of Terrell and others his Bailies for infefting William Dunmore in the two part of the Lands of Argbole with the pertinents in the Earldom of Ross and Shire of Invernefs which had been disponed by the Granter to him and the lawful heirs male of his body whom failing to John Dunmore his Brother and the lawful heirs male of his body whom failing to Andrew Dunmore their Brother and his heirs whomsoever.
Certified Copy of Precept of Sasine by George Earl of Rothes, for infefting James Dunbar of Tarbatt and Elizabeth Leslie his spouse, in the lands of Kyndeis Wester and Downylarne. 25 August 1531.
Charter by George Earl of Rothes Lord Leslie etc. to James Dunbar of Tarbat and Elizabeth Leslie the Granters cousin Spouse of the said James in conjunct fee and to the heirs male of their bodies whom failing to the elder of the heirs female without division whom failing to the nearest lawful heirs male of the said James whomsoever of the Lands of Kyndece Wester and Downylarne in Strauchtearrone in the Barony of Ballinbrecht and Shire of Inverness
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On 14 Nov 1534 Jas & Elizabeth his spouse sold lands in Tullyglennis.
Precept from the Chancery of King James V dated 2 April 1538 to the Sheriff of Inverness and his Bailies for infefting the said James Dunbar of Tarbet and Elizabeth Leslie his spouse in conjunct fee in the said lands of Easter Ard called Corbets Land.

Charter by King James V to the said James Dunbar of Tarbat and Elizabeth Leslie his spouse and the lawful heirs of ther bodies whom failing the lawful and nearest heirs of the said James whomsoever of the said lands of Estirardis called Corbettis Land which formerly belonged to the said deceased Sir John Caldor, Chantor of Ross and had fallen to the Crown by Escheat of Bastardy.


Instrument of Sasine proceeding upon the foregoing Precept from Chancery in favours of the said James Dumbar and Elizabeth Leslie of the said Lands of Estirardis called Corbattis Land
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Notarial Instrument narrating the Resignation by John Campbell of Caldor Knight in the hands of King James V of the said Lands of Esterard alias Corbettis and the Sasine thereafter given of the same by His Majesty to James Dumbar and Elizabeth Lesley his Spouse in conjunct fee according to the Tenor of a Crown Charter to be granted to them thereof.
Extract Registered Contract between Sir John Campbell of Caldor Knight and James Dumbar of Terbett whereby on the narrative that both of them claimed right to the feu males and others of the said Lands of Easter Ard and that they had agreed to refer their claims to the decision of the Sheriff of Inverness they become bound whatever the judgment of the Sheriff might be to divide equally between them the said duties etc. of the said Lands.
Chapel of Balnagowan. In 1542 it was held by James Dunbar of Tuliglennis and Elizabeth Leslie, his wife, and in 1558 by James Dunbar, his son and heir..
Charter by King James V under the Great Seal dated 11 May 1542 to the said James Dunbar and Elizabeth Leslie his spouse in conjunct fee and to the lawful heirs male of ther bodies whom failing to the lawful and heirs male of the body of the said James Dunbar whomsoever or his assignees whom failing to the other heirs therein mentioned of the the said lands of Easter Tarbet and the said fishings thereof.
Precept from the Chancery of King James V for infefting the said James Dunbar and Elizabeth Leslie his Spouse in the said Lands of Easter Tarbert and fishings thereof.
21 June 1542: Instrument of Sasine upon the foregoing Precept in favour of the said James Dunbar and Elizabeth Leslie his Spouse of the said Lands of Easter Tarbert and fishings thereof 21 June 1542.

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Charter by James Dunbar of Tarbat in favour of William McKyntosche of D[unnachtane] Captain of Clachtchallane and his heirs and assignees of the Lands of Tarbat in the Lordship of Ross and Shire of Inverness To be holden by the said William and his foresaids of the Crown in feu and heritage for payment yearly of the feuduties and others used and wont. 26 Feb 1547.
On 26 Feb 1548: Contract between William McIntoishe [McIntosh] of Dunnachtane [Dunachton], Captain of the Clan Quhattane [Chattan], on the one part, and Lachlan Malcolmsone [Malcolmson], George Monroe [Munro] of Dalvartye [Davochgartie], James Dunbar of Tarbart [Tarbert] and Robert Dunbar of Durris [Dores], friends of the said Lachlan, on the other part, dated 26th February 1547-8, whereby the latter promise that though William McIntoishe has granted to them in succession this day the lands of Glenroye [Glen Roy] in Lochabir [Lochaber] and the barony of Moye [Moy] in the sheriffdom of Inverness, they will not take any kind of possession thereof nor have anything to do with the rents, etc., unless that, in violation of his agreement with them, William McIntoishe or any in his name offers them or theirs violence; and that should this not happen before the said William's death, then their right should determine and cease. On the other hand and upon the like terms these persons have placed William McIntoishe by their respective charters in the lands of Durris, property and tenandry, the lands of Dalcartye [Davochgartie] and mill thereof, and the lands of Tarbart in the sheriffdom of Inverness.
Procuratory by Alexander, prior of Pluscardin, committing power to Gavin Dunbar, parson of Rosskin [Rossjeen], James Dunbar of Tarbat and George Dunbar, parson of Killmuir, to compear before John Forsyth, sheriff in that part, for the apprising from Alexander Innes of Plaiddis, on 10 May following, of the lands of Plaiddis, Skardye, Ballacwthe, Ballakerye, Petnelye, Pettogartye, Catboll, Petcruidych, and the office of bailie of the town of Tayne (Tain), to be apprised for certain sums of money recovered by the prior and convent upon the said Alexander for the violent occupation of the town and lands of Lewchris (Leuchars) and of a half coble's fishing on the Spey, following on letters under the signet dated 14 March 1558. Signed by the prior and by John Blacatar, subprior, James Blayr (Blair), Alexander Birnet (Burnett), John Salter, Thomas Ross, Gregory Wachman, Robert Artyll, Robert Douglas, Alexander Fresar (Fraser) and Andrew Wycht (Wright). Dated 30 April 1558.
     James may have died in August 1560. He died in August 1560 according to a belated inventory given up by his son James on 16 May 1582 (CC8/8/10, 343v-345r). Further work required!.
     James died circa 26 September 1588. Obiit Jacobus Dunbar vice comes Morauie 1588 cuius epitaphus est: Magnanims, justus, prudens, pius, atque modestus, mortuus prorsus hoc requiescit humo [at 26 September].

Children of James Dunbar and Elizabeth Leslie

James Dunbar

     James Dunbar was also known as Dunbar (of Kincorth) in records. He was born. His male line is extinct. He was the son of Sir James Dunbar 2nd Bart of Durn and Margaret Baird.

James Dunbar

( - before 16 May 1582)
     James Dunbar was the son of James Dunbar and Elizabeth Leslie. James Dunbar was also known as Dunbar (of Tarbet) in records.
Certified Copy of Instrument of Sasine in favour of James Dunbar son of James Dunbar of Tarbet of the lands of Meikle Kindes, 16 Nov 1555.
Charter by Queen Mary in favour of James Dunbar son and apparent heir to James Dunbar of Eister Terbart and his heirs of All and Whole the Lands of Eister Terbart with the fishings thereof in the Earldom of Ross and Shire of Inverness.
Charter by Queen Mary to the said James Dumbar son and apparent heir of the said James Dumbar of Eister Terbert and his heirs and assignees heritably.
Precept from the Chancery of Queen Mary to the Sheriff of Inverness for infefting James Dunbar son and heir apparent of the said James Dunbar of Easter Tarbet in the said lands of Easter Tarbet with the Sea and fresh Water fishings thereof which belonged heritably to the said James Dunbar elder and were resigned by him in the hands of Her Majesty. All dated 28 May 1558
Instrument of Sasine proceeding on the foregoing Precept from Chancery in favor of the said James Dunbar son and heir apparent to the said James Dunbar of Eister Terbat of the said Lands of Eister Terbat with the fishings thereof. Dated 29 May 1558
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James Dunbar was mentioned in a sasine in December 1564. INSTRUMENT of SASINE in favour of James Dumbar of Eister Tarbet of the lands of Kyndess Wester and Dounlarne, in barony of Ballinbraith and sheriffdom of Inverness; on precept of clare constat, dated 4 March 1563-1564, by Andrew, Earl of Rothes, in favour of said James Dumbar, as heir of James Dumbar of Tarbet, his father.
Dated15-16 Dec 1564.
     James died before 16 May 1582. He's testament was registered 16 May 1582. James Dunbar, of Tarbert, sheriffdom of Inverness.

James Dunbar

     James Dunbar was the son of Archibald Dunbar and Janet Tulloch.
James Dunbar married Janet Hay. Theyhad issue Robert, James and Archibald who married 4 May 1682 .... Innes, daughter of Mr John Innes of Coxton and had James Dunbar of Balnagieth 1664.
A James Dunbar married Magdalen Hay on 27 July 1647 at Dyke..

Children of James Dunbar and Janet Hay

James Dunbar

(before 1590 - )
     James Dunbar was born before 1590. He was the son of Alexander Dunbar and Katherine Reid.

James Dunbar

     James Dunbar was the son of Robert Dunbar.
James Dunbar was mentioned on 21 January 1604.
James Dunbar was mentioned on 20 January 1609.

James Dunbar

     James Dunbar was the son of George Dunbar (of Asleisk?). James Dunbar was also known as (of Newton) in records.
James Dunbar was mentioned on 21 January 1604.
James Dunbar was mentioned on 20 January 1609.

Children of James Dunbar

James Dunbar

     James Dunbar married Janet Pyper on 10 April 1634 in Dyke, Moray.

Child of James Dunbar and Janet Pyper

James Dunbar

     James Dunbar was the son of James Dunbar and Janet Hay.

James Dunbar

( - before 25 April 1564)
     James died before 25 April 1564.
     His will was proved on 25 April 1564 at Glasgow, Lanarkshire. James Dunbar of Polquhir Tour, spouse of Agnes Barclay; testament made in the castle of Cumnock.

James Dunbar

     James Dunbar was the son of Thomas Dunbar and Grisell Crichton. James Dunbar was also known as James Dunbar (of Kirkhill) in records.

James Dunbar

(31 July 1688 - )
     James Dunbar was christened on 31 July 1688 in Dyke, Moray. He was the son of Robert Dunbar and Katherine Brodie.

James Dunbar

     James Dunbar married an unknown person on 10 April 1634 in Dyke, Moray.

Child of James Dunbar and Janet Pyper

James Dunbar

( - circa 23 March 1689)
     James Dunbar was the son of Unknown Dunbar. James Dunbar was also known as James Dunbar (of Inchbrook) in records. He bore arms: as James Dunbar of Inshbrock with the Dunbar & Randolph features.
     James died circa 23 March 1689.

James Dunbar

(12 October 1676 - )
     James Dunbar was christened on 12 October 1676 in Cullen, Banffshire. He was the son of Nicholas Dunbar and Elizabeth Lawtie.