Nicholas Dunbar

(before 1370? - after 1421)
     Nicholas Dunbar was born illegitimate before 1370?. He was the son of George Dunbar 10th Earl.
     The Earl had also a natural son, Nicholas, for whom in 1394, the Pope was petitioned for a dispensation that he might be ordained, but apparently he did not adopt the clerical office, as in 1421 he was a prisoner in the Tower with his brother Sir David, and is then described as 'Esquire.'.
     Nicholas died after 1421.

Nicholas Dunbar

     Nicholas Dunbar was the son of John Dunbar.
     He had issue at Dykeside.

Nicholas Dunbar

(17 November 1653 - )
     Nicholas Dunbar was christened on 17 November 1653 in Edinburgh, Midlothian. He was the son of Nicholas Dunbar and Christian Campbell.

Nicolas Dunbar

(before 1570 - 31 January 1651)
     Nicolas Dunbar was born before 1570 in Scotland. He was the son of Rev John Dunbar and Margaret Urquhart?
     Nicolas Dunbar was employed was burgess and baillie, Elgin.
     He was possibly the Nicholas Dunbar of Boggs mentioned in 1604 with David Dunbar, & Isobel Dunbar/Maver, [#177 Innes writs].
     Nicolas Dunbar of Boggs was elected Bailie of Forres 30 Sep 1610, councillors included John Dunbar of Moyness, Alex Dunbar of Westfield, James Dunbar of Tarbert, Mark Dunbar of Grangehill, James Dunbar of Boggs. On 30 Sep 1611 he was replaced as baillie by James Dunbar.
     Nicolas Dunbar married Grace or Griswell Mavor.
     Nicolas died on 31 January 1651 in Elgin, Moray, Scotland. He was buried in Elgin Cathedral.

Children of Nicolas Dunbar and Grace or Griswell Mavor

Ninian Dunbar

( - circa 1673?)
     Ninian Dunbar was also known as Ninian Dunbar (of Grangehill) in records. He was the son of Mark Dunbar and Isabel Falconer.
     Ninian Dunbar married Mary Ogilvy circa 16 February 1614. She was the daughter of Walter Ogilvy of Dunlugas and Banff. 'Stirnet' states: BP1934 & BPGS2001 report Ninian's 2 marriages & 4 sons but are not clear which wife was mother of which son. The attribution below follows CV's schedule..
     Ninian Dunbar married secondly Finduella Christian? Dunbar before 1635. Ninian Dunbar, was the second of Grangehill (see Durris/Durn branch). Burke calls her Christian, but the children are born to Finduall.
     He was Provost. Ninian Dunbar was served heir to Mark Dunbar on 25 July 1644 in Kintessack, Dyke, Moray. Ninianus Dumbar, haeres Marci Dumber de Granghill, patric - in terris de Friercroft de Kinteseke, in parochiuam de Dyke.
     The Records of the Parliaments of Scotland to 1707: Charles I: Translation > 1646, 3 November, Edinburgh, Parliament > Parliamentary Register 27 March 1647 > Legislation [1646/11/555]
Act [Ninian Dunbar], laird of Grangehill. The estates of parliament, with consent of Alexander Brodie of that ilk, ordain the declaration after-mentioned to be inserted in the ratification granted by the parliament in favour of the laird of Brodie, ratifying the act of the committee of estates of 20 May 1646 passed in his favour, of which declaration the tenor follows, namely: The estates of parliament declare that the aforesaid act and ratification thereof shall in no way be extended against Ninian Dunbar of Grangehill, nor his heirs and successors, nor against any rights of multures, nor against any other rights, indentures, actions or other writs or securities personal or real pertaining or competent to him for himself or as heir or apparent heir to any of his predecessors. Whereupon the said Ninian Dunbar of Grangehill asked instruments, and further protested that the aforesaid ratification, with all that might follow thereupon, should be without prejudice of any just ground of pursuit and action that could be moved or intended by any gentleman or heritor within the sheriffdom of Elgin and Forres upon any writ or evident against the said Alexander Brodie or his heirs and successors, for himself or as heir to any of his predecessors, unprejudiced by the aforesaid act and ratification thereof. And the said Alexander Brodie of that ilk protested in the contrary of the aforesaid protestation made for the shire and that the act above-mentioned passed in his favour, with the ratification thereof, together with his and his predecessors' 40 years' possession of the lands, teinds and others specified therein and act of prescription in 1617, should be a sufficient ground and right to hold and possess the said lands and others aforesaid..
     Charles I: 1646, 3 November, Edinburgh, Parliamentary Register > 16 March 1647 > Act [David Ogilvie], laird of Glaswall. [1646/11/363]1. Act [Ninian Dunbar], laird of Grangehill.
The estates of parliament, taking into their consideration the supplication of Ninian Dunbar of Grangehill showing the losses and sufferings occasioned to him for his constant adherence to the cause and country by the cruel and barbarous enemies thereof, they modify and allow the sum of 10,000 merks Scots to be given to the supplicant for his present subsistence and towards the reparation of his losses, and do hereby recommend to the committee of estates to take some effectual course and way for his payment and satisfaction of the same sum of 10,000 merks, and, for his better furtherance anent the said payment, to receive in from him such overtures and propositions as he shall condescend upon with the names of such malignants as have not as yet been fined nor censured and whose fines are not otherwise assigned nor formerly disposed upon; and accordingly to grant warrant to the supplicant for citation of these persons to compear before the committee of estates to hear themselves fined and sentenced for their malignancy and compliance with the rebels as enemies of the kingdom; and to receive witnesses and other probation to be carried out by the supplicant against them as the committee shall find just and reasonable; and to assign to the supplicant and ordain him to be paid of the fines to be imposed upon the said malignants for their compliance and delinquency, according to the probation to be led and carried out by him against them relating thereto, until he be completely satisfied and paid of the said sum of 10,000 merks Scots modified and allowed to him for his present subsistence and towards the reparation of his losses as is aforesaid. And the estates do hereby prefer him to all others for these fines until his payment..
     Ninian Dunbar lived at Grangehill, Dyke & Moy, Moray. He also had the lands of Dounduff.
     Ninian died circa 1673?.

Children of Ninian Dunbar and Finduella Christian? Dunbar

Ninian Dunbar

(1 September 1639 - )
     Ninian Dunbar was christened on 1 September 1639 in Dyke & Moy, Moray, Scotland. He was the son of Ninian Dunbar and Finduella Christian? Dunbar.
     He may be the Ninian Dunbar who had a son James baptised 23 Jan 1693 at Forres, Janet was the mother's name..

Ninian Dunbar

( - 23 June 1636)
     Ninian Dunbar was the son of William Dunbar and Elizabeth Sinclair.
     Ninian died Upon the 23rd June, Alexander Dunbar of Kilbyack and his accomplices, slew Robert & Niinan Dunbars and hurt James Dunbar, all three brethren in Forres, and ran away without reparation. It is said that their sister with a timber stoup slew one called Mercer, wife to Alexander Dunbar of Braks, who was at the slaughter of her brethren, and she and they were all buried togester in the kirk of Alves. The slain gentlemen were sons to umquhile Alexander Dumbar of Hempriggs, and all friends together. on 23 June 1636 in Forres, Moray.

Norman Dunbar

(before 1536 - after 1568)
     Norman Dunbar was born illegitimate before 1536 in Cumnock, Ayrshire, Scotland. He was the son of Sir Alexander Dunbar and Margaret Falconer.
     Norman died after 1568.

Olive Dunbar

(6 June 1901 - 1978)
     Olive Dunbar was born on 6 June 1901 in Queensland. She was the daughter of George Dunbar and Catherine Matilda Davis. Olive Dunbar was registered in the 1925 electoral roll with George Dunbar and George Vivian John Dunbar.
     Olive died in 1978 in Queensland.

Orslay? Dunbar

(5 May 1614 - )
     Orslay? Dunbar was christened on 5 May 1614 in Elgin, Moray. He was the son of Archibald Dunbar.

Patrick Dunbar

(circa 1810 - 25 September 1894)
     Patrick Dunbar was born circa 1810 in Dublin, Ireland. He was the son of Major John Killigrew Dunbar and Jane Mary Vivian.
     16 May 1826-16 Jul 1827. Creator: Chief Secretary's Office.
File of papers relating to copy of memorial of Maj John Killigrew Dunbar, Clonbrassil Place, Dublin, to [Richard] Wellesley, Lord Lieutenant, seeking employment for his son Patrick as expectant guager in the excise department, a position vacated by another son, Frederick, who is now serving in the 87th Regiment of Foot. Includes letters from: Maj Dunbar, 46 Cuff Street, Dublin, to Gen Archibald, Grove, Emo, [County Laois]; Archibald to William Gregory, Under Secretary; and Maj Dunbar to Gregory. Annotation on reverse indicates Patrick has been recommended for the position.
     Patrick Dunbar appeared on the 1841 census in Eckington, Derbyshire, England. Patrick Dunbar, aged 30, Excise Officer, not born in the county.
     Patrick Dunbar married secondly Mary Wood on 26 June 1847 in Bakewell, Derbyshire, England.
     Patrick Dunbar was recorded on the 1851 census in Underbank?, Newchurch, Lancashire, England. Patrick Dunbar, married, 41, Officer of Ireland Revenue, born Dublin; wife Mary Dunbar, 29, born Buxton, Derbyshire, son, George H/W B Dunbar. 3, born Newchurch. Lancs,
A E? Dunbar, daughter, aged 1, ditto,
Charles Dunbar, son, 1 month, ditto,
Selias Smyth, 3, visitor, born Liverpool, Sarah Bagshaw, mother in law... 63/5? born Bakewell, Derbyshire.
     Patrick Dunbar appeared on the 1861 census in Rochdale rd, Beecroft Terrace, Blackley, Manchester, Lancashire. Patrick Dunbar, 51, Commission Agent, born Dublin, Dublin, Ireland; Mary Dunbar, Wife, 37, born Buxton, Derbyshire, children: Lilian 14, Scholar, born Liverpool; Annie 11, 1850, Scholar, born Lancashire; Charles, 9 Scholar, born Lancashire; Edward, 6, Scholar, born Glossop, Derbyshire; Fredrick 3 Scholar, born Manchester.
     Patrick Dunbar appeared on the 1871 census in Ardwick, Manchester, Lancashire, England. Patrick Dunbar, married, 61, Mercantile traveller, born Dublin, Ireland; Charles Dunbar, son, 20, no occupaton, born Manchester, son Edward Dunbar, 17, no occupation, born Glossop, Derbyshire, Frederick Dunbar, son, 14, no occupation, born Manchester..
     Patrick Dunbar and Mary Wood appeared on the 1881 census in 563 Slade View, Rusholme, Lancashire. Patrick Dunbar, head, married, 71, Ex revenue Officer, born Dublin; wife Mary, 58, born Buxxton, Dby, Frederick, son, unmarried, 23, born Manchester, Lancs.
     Patrick Dunbar and Mary Wood appeared on the 1891 census in 'Rose Cottage', Northenden, Cheshire, England. Frederick W Dunbar, head, 33, General agent & florist, born Manchester; Patrick Dunbar, father, 81, retired commercial traveller, born Ireland and Mary Dunbar, mother, 68, born Buxton, Derbyshire.
     Patrick died on 25 September 1894 in Cheshire, England. His death was registered in the Sep quarter of 1894, aged 84 in the Altrincham district - 8A/102, A Patrick Dunbar aged 84, was buried 25 Sep 1894 at the Southern Cemetery, Manchester. Sectio nE/1295.
See Saturday 29 September 1894 : Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser.

Children of Patrick Dunbar and Mary Wood

Patrick Dunbar

(before 1470? - 8 September 1525)
     Patrick Dunbar was born before 1470? In Scotland. Shaw lists him as the 7th child as listed in the Dunbar aisle of Elgin Cathedral and states "Unfortunately the upper part of the wall, on which the names were cut, has disappeared". He was described as the sixth son by Burke, but he is not listed in the 2003 edition. He was the son of Sir Alexander Dunbar and Isobel Sutherland.
     Patrick matriculated at St Andrews University, in 1484. He is possibly the Patrick Dunbar who matriculated at St Andrews in 1484. Patrick was appointed Chancellor of Moray in March 1487. Patrick was Chancellor of Caithness after 13 August 1497. Aug 13 1497: Presentation to M. Patrick Dunbar of the chancellory of Cathanis quhen it sal happin to vak be resignation or dimission of schir Wilzam Tarall, now possessor thereof perteneyn to the Kingis gift, the sege vacand, etc. The Chancellor of the diocese, along with other functions, had a general charge of theological and grammar education. He was very indignant at any extra-mural interloping or unauthorized teaching in his jurisdiction. Any free-trade in teaching was put down by him with proper spirit. It was his duty to superintend the service in church, and, amongst other parts of it, the preaching. He and the treasurer kept the chapter seal under double locks. He witnessed a charter on 4 November 1508. Charter by Robert, Bishop of Ross re lands at Kylterne ... witnessed by Patrick Dunbar, chancellor of Caithness. He witnessed an Instrument of sasine re land at Kyltean. Witness, Patrick Dunbar, Chancellor of Caithness
on 18 December 1508.
     1512 - Accounts by Andrew Stewart, Bishop of Caithness: Cathenensis - Et de vj xiij s iiij d, in completam solutionem contributionis Magistri Patricii Dunbar pro concellaria Cathenensi. Patrick was Chancellor of Aberdeen diocese, rector of Kilmure, founded the house of Bennagefield. Like his brother Gavin he resisted the marriage decrees. [Kilconzie p.50] between 1521 and 1525.
     Patrick died on 8 September 1525 in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire. 8 huius 1525 obiit Patricius Dunbar cancellarius Aberdonensis et Catanensis [September]. Son of Alexander and brother of David of Durris & Gavin, Bishop of Aberdeen, Fasti 13, gives no date for his death. Ancestor of the Dunbars of Bennagefield, now represented by Archibald Dunbar of Dikeside.
     Patrick Dunbar and James 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.
     He was named as father at the legitimation of John Dunbar on 11 February 1539/40. Preceptum legit. Johannis Dunbar, bastardi, filii naturalis quondam Patrick Dunbar in communi forma, etc.
     He was named as father at the legitimation of Gavin Dunbar and George Dunbar along with John Dunbar, James Dunbar and Rev David Dunbar on 6 March 1539/40. Rex dedit literas legitimationis Gavin, James, John, George & David natural sons of the late Patrick Dunbar were legitimated.

Children of Patrick Dunbar

Patrick Dunbar

(before 1440 - )
     Patrick Dunbar was born before 1440 in Wigtownshire, Scotland. He was of Cumnock & Mochrum, descended from David Dunbar, youngest brother of the 10th Earl of Dunbar and 3rd Earl of March. He was the son of Sir John Dunbar.
     Patrick Dunbar married an unknown person . He married Margaret, daughter of Sir Thomas Boyd of Kilmarnock. This requires confirmation and linking to existing Boyd family on database.

Children of Patrick Dunbar

Patrick Dunbar

(after 1560 - 15 August 1596)
     Patrick Dunbar was born after 1560 in Avoch, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. He was the son of George Dunbar and Janet Thomson.
     Patrick and George Dunbar were educated from 7 April 1574. Gift to Patrick Dunbar, lawful son of George Dunbar of Avach for his support "at the scole" for 7 years, of the chaplainry of Drimmen, situate in the chapell of Sanct Boneface. Patrick Dunbar was mentioned in a deed dated 4 February 1580/81 in Avoch, Ross & Cromarty. 4 Feb 1580/81 Halieruidhous: Precept for a charter of confirmation on a feu charter, dated 23 July 1563, by the deceased Mr William Sinclair, parson of Olrik... for the feuing of the lands of his bishopric, with consent of the dean and chapter of Ross, to George Dunbar and the heirs male of his body, whom failing to George Dunbar, his natural son, and the heirs male of his body, whom failing to Patrick Dunbar, brother german of the said George, younger, and the heirs male of this body, whom failing to the lawful heirs male whomsoever of the said George, elder, of three quarters of the town and lands of Avach, with the mill, multures and sequels, excepting the mill lands occupied by Mr Alexander McKainze, with the 'yair' and salmon fishing 'si invenire contigerit', and also the 'wrak wair' and all woods and groves growing within the bounds of the said town and mill, the brewhouse of Avach and the lands thereof, occupied the said George, in the diocese of Ross and sheriffdom of Inverness; to be held of the said archbishop [sic] and his successors. xlvii, 142r.
     Patrick was a plaintiff in a civil court case on 8 February 1588/89. Letters purchased at the instance of Patrick Dunbar, son to George Dunbar of Awauch, against George Dunbar parson of Kilmure, and John Cuming in the chanonry of Ross the said Patrick having the gift of the escheat moveable goods and effects which pertained to the deceased John Wilsoun indweller in the chanonry of Ross, who was denounced rebell and put to the horn, for delivery of the said escheat effects by the said George Dunbar and the said John Cuming to the said pursuer. Decreet given against the defenders.
     29 May 1589. Charter by Wm. Keith of Delny, for payment by George Dunbar of Awach to Patrick Dunbar his eldest son, of the Wester Half Dawach called Wester Haldauch. With docquet of registration of 1655.
     1590 9 March departit in ye Channorie of Ross ane weill conditionit zoung man callit Patrik Dunbar son and appeirand air to George Dunbar of Awache. Mr George's 1563 charter of Avoch gave the succession to his 'natural sons' George and Patrick. They were the sons of Jonet Thomson, to whom their father gave a liferent of the manse of Kilmuir in chanonry, with succession to her three sons George, Patrick and John . Jonet was later called Mr George's wife (R.M.S., v, 1920, 11 June 1591). Patrick had a chaplainry grant, 7 April 1574 (R.S.S., vi, 2439). Like his elder brother George, he predeceased his father). .
     Patrick died on 15 August 1596 in Avoch, Ross & Cromarty. He predeceased his father (1607), so may the Patrick of Bennethfield, parish of Avach & sheriffdom of Inverness, wose will was proved 17 August 1596.
     His will was proved on 17 August 1596 at Commisary Court, Edinburgh. Patrik Dumbar, 17/08/1596, of Bennethfeild, parish of Avach, Sherrifdom of Inverness.

Patrick Dunbar

( - after 1228)
     Patrick appears to have inherited his mother's property of the Hirsel, and he also held, either through her or from his father, the lands of Greenlaw, as he was patron of the church there, and also of the churches of Lamden and Haliburton.' He refers to his wife in a charter to the monks of Kelso, but her name has not been definitely ascertained, though the Liber Vitae seems to imply she was Cecilia Fraser. He had at least one son William, usually designed son of Patrick, who inherited Greenlaw. He married a lady, styled M. the Countess, but her identity has not been discovered. He is also said have married his second cousin, Ada, daughter of his cousin Patrick, Earl of Dunbar, though the marriage could not have taken place before 1225, and to have received with her the lands of Home but the evidence is not wholly conclusive.
A Patrick the clerk appears as 'son of the Earl' in a writ to the Abbey of Kelso, in which Gospatric is the only Earl named, but no other reference to him has been found.
. Patrick Dunbar was the son of Gospatrick Dunbar 2nd Earl and Derdere Unknown (Dunbar).
     Patrick Dunbar married Cecilia Fraser.
     Patrick died after 1228 in Scotland.

Child of Patrick Dunbar and Cecilia Fraser

Patrick Dunbar

( - after 1437)
     Patrick Dunbar was also known as Patrick Dunbar (of Beil) in records. He was born in Scotland. He is called the third son. He was the son of Sir Patrick Dunbar and Isabella Randolph.
     Sir Patrick Dunbar of 'Bele' or Biel who appears as brother of George, Earl of March, in 1387-88.7 In or before 1390 he received from his brother Earl George 40 merks of land in the territory of Mersington, including a considerable portion of the parish of Eccles. He was made prisoner at Homildon, 14 September 1402. He occurs in charters of 1423 and 1425, as 'uncle' of George, eleventh Earl of March. He was one of the envoys to arrange for the ransom of King James I and he appears as a commissioner for the Marches down to 12 July 1429. His wife, in 1434, was Euphemia Stewart, daughter of David, Earl of Strathearn, and widow of Patrick Graham of Dundaff. He was alive in 1438.He had issue at least two sons, Patrick and George, and is supposed to have been the ancestor of William Dunbar the poet.

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     Patrick Dunbar married Euphame Stewart (Graham) before 8 October 1408.
     Patrick died after 1437.

Children of Patrick Dunbar

Child of Patrick Dunbar and Euphame Stewart (Graham)

Patrick Dunbar

( - between 1453 and 1454)
     Patrick, was a hostage for King James I. but returned to Scotland in 1427.. Patrick Dunbar was also known as (of Kilconquhar) in records.
     Patrick Dunbar married Elizabeth Sinclair. Patrick Dunbar was the son of George Dunbar (10/11th Earl of Dunbar & March) and Beatrix Unknown (Dunbar).
     Patrick died between 1453 and 1454 in Fife, Scotland. He predeceased his father between Martinmas 1453 and July 1454. The Kilconquhar line died out in 1564.

Child of Patrick Dunbar and Elizabeth Sinclair

Patrick Dunbar

(after 1554 - between 1579 and 1592)
     Patrick Dunbar was also known as (of Eastergrange) in records. He was born after 1554 in Scotland. He was the son of Alexander Dunbar and Hon Elizabeth Forbes.
     Patrick Dunbar married Christian Falconer.
     On 21 Sep 1571 the lands of East Grange were reserved to Patrick Dunbar, and confirmed by James V on 30 March 1576.
     Patrick died between 1579 and 1592. The lands of East Grage were pased to Christian Falconer, wife of Patrick on 2 Jun 1592..
     Patrick Dunbar held the Bailliery of Kinloss..

Patrick Dunbar

(before 1504 - before 17 August 1596?)
     Patrick Dunbar was born illegitimate before 1504 in Scotland. He appears to the eldest of the illegitimate children. He was the son of James Dunbar.
     Patrick Dunbar married Elizabeth Ogilvie. She was one of the heiresses of Durn and had issue Patrick, and Martha who was alive on 15 Feb 1584/5.
     14 April 1542 apud Stirling: Rex, confirmation charter Alexander de Cumnock [quo vendit consang. suo Patricio Dunbar ...] Tenend: dicto Patricio & heirs male; q.d. Alexander Dunbar filio naturali quondom Jacobi D in Suddie & heirs male, q.d. John Dunbar in Bennethfield, fratri germano Alexander Prior de Pluscarden & heirs q.d. nearest male heir, lie armis. Test: James Dunbar de Tarbert, James Dunbar de Conze, Robert Dunbar of Durris, M. James Dunbar, rectore de Cumnock, 4 Mar 1541, at Elgin .
     Patrick Dunbar was made legitimate on 6 December 1543 in Edinburgh, when James Dunbar was named as the father. Preceptum legitimationis Patrick Dunbar bastard, natural son of the late James Dunbar in Sudy, in communi forma, etc. Per signetum. Gratis [but which Patrick?].
     Patrick Dunbar and John 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.
     Patrick Dunbar and James 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. He was mentioned at the legitimation of Robert Dunbar and John Dunbar on 12 February 1547/48. 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.
     Patrick Dunbar mentioned 2 & 8 August 1558.
     Patrick Dunbar lived at Sanquhar, Forres, Moray, 1560.
     On 12 September 1560, the Prior and 4 of his monks made over "the land and town of Westerton of Pluscardin" to John Dunbar, the younger brother of Patrick Dunbar of Sanquhar, near Forres, but in consideration for a specified annual rent. In the event of John Dunbar having no heirs, the property was to pass to another brother Alexander, who failing, Patrick, or in the event of the death of all of these, to their cousin, David Dunbar of Bennethfield. Patrick, John & Alexander were all natural sons of the Prior. Robert (who may have been dead by 1560) and John were legitimated on 12 Feb 1547/8.
     Patrick died before 17 August 1596?. He's testament was registered 17 August 1596. Patrik Dunbar of Bennethfield, parish Avach and sheriff of Inverness.

Patrick Dunbar

(circa 1450 - before 1516)
     Patrick Dunbar was also known as Patrick Dunbar (of Kilconquhar, Fife & Mochrum Loch) in records. He was born circa 1450. He was the son of Patrick Dunbar.
     Patrick Dunbar married Janet Dunbar (Dunbar), daughter of Patrick Dunbar, before 21 June 1474.
     He obtained in marriage to Janet Dunbar, half of the barony of Mochrum, called Mochrum Loch, under charter of resignation by James VI, dated 3 April 1479.
     Patrick Dunbar married Isabel Dishington (Abercromby) before 9 May 1498. ... Patrick Dunbar of Kilconquhar & Ysabell Dischintoune, lady of the teyre of the lands and barony of Murthlye & sponse of the said Patrick, the relict & sponsa of late Alexander Abircorumby of that ilk ... 9 May 1498.
     Patrick died before 1516.

Child of Patrick Dunbar and Janet Dunbar (Dunbar)

Patrick Dunbar

( - before 26 October 1592)
     Patrick Dunbar was the son of Sir Patrick Dunbar.
     Patrick Dunbar lived at Boghole, Moyness, Auldearn, Nairnshire.
     Patrick was killed before 26 October 1592 in Dunibristle or Donibristle, Cowdenbeath, Fife, Scotland.
     His will was proved on 26 October 1602 at Edinburgh. Patrik Dumbar of Boghall.

Children of Patrick Dunbar

Patrick Dunbar

(before 1400? - )
     Patrick Dunbar was born before 1400?. He was the son of Patrick Dunbar.
     Sir Patrick, succeeded his father before 1424, when he was Lord of Cumnock, and was one of the hostages for King James i. He apparently deceased before 1437, when his son Sir John was lord of Cumnock and Mochrum. Sir John had two sons, Patrick and Cuthbert. Patrick of Cumnock had three daughters:
a. Euphemia, married, before 21 June 1474, to Sir James Dunbar, eldest son of Sir Alexander Dunbar, first of Westfield. (See title Moray.)
b. Margaret, married before same date to Sir John Dunbar, second son of Sir Alexander, and from her the present Sir William Cospatrick Dunbar of Mochrum-park is descended in the female line.
c. Jonet, married to Patrick Dunbar of Kilconquhar. (See infra, under George, eleventh Earl of March.) 4 Sir John's second son Cuthbert, who had Blantyre, is now represented In the female line by Captain Nugent Dunbar of Machermore, co. Kirkcudbright.

Patrick Dunbar

(say 1425? - )
     Patrick Dunbar married Christian Home. Patrick Dunbar was born say 1425?. He was the son of Patrick Dunbar and Elizabeth Sinclair.

Child of Patrick Dunbar

Patrick Dunbar

( - 9 September 1513)
     Patrick Dunbar was also known as Patrick Dunbar (of Loch) in records. He was the son of Patrick Dunbar and Janet Dunbar (Dunbar).
     Respite granted 2 July 1498, 1503 7 1507 for part in slaughter of late Patrick MacKowloch.
Patrick (4) the elder son, married, about 1501, Christian McDowell of Garthland, 4 and fell at Flodden in 1513, predeceasing his father, who died before 1516, and was succeeded by a grandson Patrick (5)..
     Patrick Dunbar married Christian McDowell. She was the sister of Uchtred McDowell of Garthland.
     Patrick died on 9 September 1513 in Flodden, Northumberland, England.

Child of Patrick Dunbar and Christian McDowell

Patrick Dunbar

( - before 20 May 1549)
     Patrick Dunbar was also known as Patrick Dunbar (of Loch & Kilconcquhar) in records. He was born. Patrick, who is referred to as sixth of Kilconquhar, married Margaret Gordon, who survived him. He died about 1549, leaving a son Andrew, who succeeded in or before 1550 and four daughters. He was the son of Patrick Dunbar and Christian McDowell.
     Patrick Dunbar married Margaret Gordon before November 1519.
     20 Nov. 1519: Precemptum carte conjuncte infeodationis Patricii Dunbar de Loch et Margaret Gordon ejus spones ... super quinque mercatis terrarum de Bar... Elrig .. Dery ... Alterutrech .. barony of Muchrum in Wigtoun ... .
     Precept of Sasine by David Beaton Cardinal of St Andrews in favour of Patrick Dunbar of the lands of Kilconquhar etc. in 1540.
     Patrick died before 20 May 1549.
     20 May 1549: Instrument of Sasine of the Lands and Barony of Kilconquhar in favour of Andrew Dunbar son of the deceased Patrick Dunbar.

Children of Patrick Dunbar and Margaret Gordon

Patrick Dunbar

(before 1483 - 9 September 1513)
     Patrick Dunbar was born before 1483 in Mochrum, Wigtownshire, Scotland. He was the son of Sir John Dunbar and Margaret Dunbar (Dunbar).
     Patrick Dunbar married Margaret Vaus before 1502. She was the daughter of Patrick Vause of Barnbarroch, by whom he had an only daughter, Margaret.
     Appointment by George Bishop of Galloway of Patrick Dunbar son of John Dunbar of Mochrum and Margaret Vaus his spouse and their heirs, as castellans and Keepers of the palace and fortalice of Balnespyk at the Church of Candida Casa, granting to them the 100/- lands of Balnespik of oldextent and the 6 merklands of Balchure in the barony of Quhitherne; rendering, besides the duties of their office, 27 merks yearly.
     Patrick Dunbar lived at Clugston, Penninghame, Wigtownshire, from 1508. He obtained lands of Clugston (parish of Penninghame) in 1508, by charter under the Great Seal.
     Patrick died on 9 September 1513 in Flodden, Northumberland, England.

Child of Patrick Dunbar and Margaret Vaus

Patrick Dunbar

(circa 1513 - after 8 September 1547)
     Patrick Dunbar was also known as Patrick Dunbar (of Creloch?) in records. He was born circa 1513. He was possibly illegitimate?. He was the son of Sir John Dunbar.
     Patrick Dunbar made a will dated 8 September 1547.
     Patrick died after 8 September 1547 in Scotland.
     His will was proved after September 1547.

Child of Patrick Dunbar

Patrick Dunbar

(before 1547 - )
     Patrick Dunbar was born before 1547 in Scotland. He was the son of Patrick Dunbar.

Patrick Dunbar

     Patrick Dunbar was the son of James Dunbar.

Patrick Dunbar

( - after 1425)
     Patrick Dunbar was also known as Patrick Dunbar (of Park, etc) in records. He was the son of Sir Patrick Dunbar.
     Patrick died after 1425.