Richard Dunbar

(circa 1630? - 6 November 1666)
     Richard Dunbar was born circa 1630?. He was the son of James Dunbar. On 4 January 1658 Richard Dunbar leased property in Sligo, Ireland. Of property to Garrard Graham, his near relation. In 1671 a Chancery bill of Garrard Graham, plaintiff & Somervill deft, relating to lands in co. Sligo, which had been let on 4 January 1658 by Richard Dunbar, to orator. His widow Anna Catherina and her husband James Somerwell were not in possession of the rents, Graham was a near relation fo the said Richard and Anna Catherina, and at their request did until 1670, pay the full rent of £4 a year, without making any deduction for some land taken away by one Dodwell. The land had improved in value, the lease had been lost and Somerwell had, it was alleged, combined with one Richard Phipps to evict Graham.
     A Richard Dunbar was godfather at Inishmacsaint to Susanna Dickson 2 Jul 1660, Mar 1661 & George Stenison/Stenson 29 June 1665.
     Anna Catherina Grubbe-Stjernfelt married secondly Richard Dunbar before 1666. He was described as an English knight and Scottish Captain of Horse.
     Richard died on 6 November 1666 in Inishmacsaint, Fermanagh, Ireland. He was buried on 6 January 1666/67 in Derrygonelly, Inishmacsaint. Virtus Movet Rex Fovet. Here lieth the bodies of Richard Dunbar and Hugh Montgomery Esq. Richard died Jan 6th 1666. Hugh died Sept 26, 1722 aged 71 years. A sandtimer, skull, crossbones, bar and bell are depicted on the stone. Elsewhere described as "Captain in the army".
     Richard Dunbar and Anna Catherina Grubbe-Stjernfelt, Sir John Dunbar and Catherine Dunbar were mentioned in a court case on 24 May 1671. Chancery bill, between Irwin pltf & Callwell & Somerville defts: Christopher Irwin of Edinburgh, Doctor of Physic, sheweth that William Cathcart of Bardonagh, co. Fermanagh, was about 1614 possessed of Dromcroe, Drumborony, Courtloone and Turnagowan in the proportion of Dromcroe, together with the barrs of the mountains in the barony of Magheraboy by lease of 61 years to him made by John Dunbar kt, at £10 per acre. About 1639 William Cathcart did sell the said lands, together with the barrs of the mountains thereto belonging for the remainder of the term for the sum of £300, paid to him by Christopher Irwin of Lowtherstown, dec. father of your orator. He further sheweth that Geo Dunbar of Braugh in the said county, gent. brother of the sd John Dunbar, being seized of one great tate of land called the Braugh, together with Killybeg and ? Comehill, being barrs of the mountains thereto belonging, did jointly with his brother John Dunbar, enfeofe Christopher Irwin of the same in 1637. Your orator's father in 1639, in consideration of the marriage of your orator, with Margaret Wishart, daughter of James Wishart of Glenteverin in the said county, settled said lands and said lease on your orator, who continued in quiet possession till the rebellion of 1641. Orator's father had some years before his death become bound to Sir Gerard Lowther for a debt of £50 due by Mary Callwell, widow, afterwards married to Henry Longford of Enniskillen, which he (Irwin) had to pay. Some controversy having arisen between Longford and himself, the whole matter was referred to Dean Bartley of Clogher, and Mr Hugh Bartley of Lifford co. Donegal, clerk, who ordered Longford to repay to Christopher Irwin, the £50, which was accordingly done, yet in 1653 Longford made his complaint to one Colonel Barrow, a colonel under the usurped powers, who committed Chr. Irwin to gaol, till he should either repay the £50, or give surety to abide by an arbitration. Thereupon Chr. Irwin did about the 10 June 1653, did engage the quarterland great tate and the premises to Henry and Mary Longford & James Callwell, son of the said Mary, with the condition that if Christopher Irwin should not bring his arbitrator, Major Hugh Ross, to Enniskillen, to end all differences between the said parties, and to stand to certain arbitrators not named in the deed, or to an umpire to be chosen, the the said deed of mortgage to remain in full force. No award was ever made; yet Henry and Mary Longford, (who took the management upon her), got possession of the said lands; and Henry being deceased, she made them over to James Callwell, who sold them to Richard Dunbar, late of Derrygonnelly, grandchild to said John Dunbar; who left the four great tates or quarterland of Drumcroe & Drumborony, Callone, Turmagowan and Barwinlahorke, with the barrs of the mountains, between Dame Anna Catherina Hamilton alias Dunbar, his widow and relict, since married to James Somerwell of Tullykelter and Catherine Dunbar, an infant of about 3 years of age, daughter of Sir Richard & Anna Catherina; and the other great tate of Braugh to William Dunbar of Kilcow, co. Fermanagh. He therefor prays that they may be put upon their title by oath etc.
     Richard Dunbar and James Somerville were mentioned in a civil court action on 13 November 1672. Chancery bill of Garrard Graham, plaintiff & Somervill deft, relating to lands in co. Sligo, which had been let on 4 January 1658 by Richard Dunbar, to orator. His widow Anna Catherina and her husband James Somerwell were not in possession of the rents, Graham was a near relation of the said Richard and Anna Catherina, and at their request did until 1670, pay the full rent of £4 a year, without making any deduction for some land taken away by one Dodwell. The land had improved in value, the lease had been lost and Somerwell had, it was alleged, combined with one Richard Phipps to evict Graham.
     Richard Dunbar and Major John Dunbar were mentioned in a civil court action on 19 May 1674. A Chancery bill entered on 19 May 1674 between Moutray, plaintiff & Weir, defendant sheweth that Archibald Erkskin, had lent Sir John Dunbar £500 upon mortgage upon certain lands. That Ann Erskin his heir (wife of John Moutray of Aghamoyle) took out administration of her father's property. That Sir John Dunbar had never repaid the mortgage. That in 1658 Richard Dunbar 'as son & heir' of Sir John Dunbar, entered into the said mortgaged premises in Magheraboy. That said Richard died in 1666-7, and Catherine his daughter, as his heir in her right, or some others in her behalf, entered the said premises and enjoyed them and doth still enjoy them. Orator is informed that the said deed of mortgage came into the hands of Edward Weir, senior, Edward Weir, junior, Alex Arthur Weldon, Wm Dunbar, Jas Somerwell & John Dunbar or to some or one of them etc.
In the answers to the above bill, of Alexander Weir of Monaghan? co. Fermanagh and Jas Somerwell, it is stated that these defts [deforciants] believe and have heard that
John Dunbar, gent, who is son & heir of John Dunbar, deceased, who was second son of Sir John Dunbar, did immediately after the settlement in this kingdom, being then under age, by his guardian Mary Dunbar alias Veldon, his mother, enter into and always receive the rents and profits of the lands in question until he attained full age, which was about three years since: and do well know that he is in the seizin and possession of the said lands by some arrangement made by his grandfather. But they deny that Richard Dunbar or his daughter Catherine ever entered into the lands or enjoyed the rents: and that the said Catherine is not above the age of eight years. And they deny any knowledge of the mortgage of any land that came into their possession.

Child of Richard Dunbar and Anna Catherina Grubbe-Stjernfelt

Richard Sutherland Dunbar 11th Bart of Mochrum

(7 June 1873 - 25 January 1953)
     Richard Sutherland Dunbar 11th Bart of Mochrum was born on 7 June 1873. He was the son of Richard Taylor Dunbar.
     Richard died on 25 January 1953 aged 79.

Richard Taylor Dunbar

(14 July 1855 - )
     Richard Taylor Dunbar was born on 14 July 1855. He was the son of Thomas Clement Dunbar.

Child of Richard Taylor Dunbar

Robert Dunbar

(before August 1816 - before 5 August 1819)
     Robert Dunbar was born before August 1816 in Clanbrassil St, Dublin, Ireland. He was the son of Major John Killigrew Dunbar and Jane Mary Vivian.
     Robert died before 5 August 1819 in Dublin. He was buried on 5 August 1819 in St Peter, Dublin.

Robert Dunbar

(before 1590 - )
     Robert Dunbar was born before 1590. He was the son of Alexander Dunbar. Robert Dunbar was heir of Alexander Dunbar in 1614 in Meft, Uquhart, Moray. In 1614, a sasine, followed by a Precept of Clare Constat, was granted in favour of Robert Dunbar of Meftis, as son and heir of of the deceased Alexander Dunbar of Meftis, of the toun and lands of Ower and Nether Meftis. The following year there was some dispute between Robert Dunbar of Meftis and Alexander Innis of Cottis as the the marches of Lewcharismuir, but this was resolved in a contract dated 14 March 1615.

Robert Dunbar

(before 1527 - before 1560)
     Robert Dunbar was born illegitimate before 1527 in Moray, Scotland. He was the son of Alexander Dunbar.
     Robert Dunbar and John 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.
     Robert died before 1560.
     Robert Dunbar lived at Inchallon, Moray, 1576.
     Robert Dunbar and John 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.

Child of Robert Dunbar

Robert Dunbar

(before 1634 - 1711?)
     Robert Dunbar was also known as Robert Dunbar (of Westfield) in records. He was born before 1634 in Moray, Scotland. There may be a loss of 2 generations here!. He was the son of Robert Dunbar and Barbara Innes. Robert Dunbar was Sheriff of Moray.
     Robert died in 1711? In Scotland. He died without surviving issue and was succeeded by his cousin Ludovick. Theh Commissariot of Moray records list Robert Dunbar of Westfield [torn out] 13 Oct 1700.

Child of Robert Dunbar

Robert Dunbar

(before 1519 - June 1582)
     Robert Dunbar was also known as Robert Dunbar (Bailie of Pluscarden) in records. He was born before 1519. He was the son of Alexander Dunbar.
     Robert Dunbar of Durris, who, upon this father's resignation, got a charter under the great seal confirming "to Robert Dunbar, son and apparent heir of Alexander Dunbar of Durris, and Christian Learmouth, his spouse, and the heirs to be procreate between them, all and haill the lands of Durris, Drummin, Balleblare," &c., dated 14th November, 1526, with a sasine following thereon of the same date.
He got another charter under the great seal to him and his said spouse of the lands of Balleblare, Bellichernok, Clarachan &c., in Inverness-shire, dated 14th April, 1564. He lived to a great age, and by the said Christian Learmouth had a son and successor..
     A Robert Dunbar of Durris (possibly his son) is mentioned on 20 Dec 1540.
David of Durris, which was sold and Grange-hill bought. Robert Dunbar was heir on 14 May 1541. 1541 May 14 - Instrument of sasine in favour of Robert Dunbar of Durriss, as one of the heirs of the late Henry Forrester of Pentosken, his avunculus, one eighth of the tenement described in #264.
     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.
     Robert Dunbar married Christian Learmonth before 1560.
     Charter dated 6 September 1560 to Robert Dunbar of Durris and Christiane Learmonth his spouse (Pluscarden), lands of Grangegrene.
     Robert died in June 1582. He's heir was David Dunbar on 16 August 1582. Precept of Clare Constat by 16 Aug 16 16 August 1582: Alexander, prior of Pluscarden and convent thereof, addressed to William Gadderar, their baillie in that part, for giving sasine to David Dunbar as heir of Robert Dunbar of Durris, his father who died in June 1582, of the offices of baillie and jsutice general of the lands and baronies of Urquhart, Glen of Pluscarden, Fernenand, Kepe, Kintessack, Tullieduffie, Fochabers, Mekle Penik, and all other lands, mills, waters etc pertaining to the said abbey of Pluscarden and Urquhart, lying within the sheriffdoms of Elgin, Forres, Narne and Inverness or elsewhere in Scotland
With a yearly fee of 10 merks Scots viz 8 merks to be retained by the said baillie of the maills of Grangehill, and the mails of the lands of Buchtelie lying on the waterside of Finderne and of the ferry coble of Finderne for the other two merks. Which office and fee had been granted by umquhile Alexander, prior of Pluscarden and his convent to said Robert and his heirs male succeeding to his heritage by Letter dated at Pluscarden 10th March 1557; which letter the then prior and convent ratified. At Pluscarden, 16th August 1582
Witnesses George Ogilvy of Dunlugus, knight, Alexander Seton of Meldrum, Johne Seton of Auchinhuff, James Seton, brother to the laird Lawfresk, James and Robert Dunbar, brothers of the said David and Anthone Stronoch with others divers
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Child of Robert Dunbar

Robert Dunbar

(13 February 1670 - September 1742)
     Robert Dunbar was christened on 13 February 1670 in Alves, Moray, Scotland. He was the son of Archibald Dunbar and Elizabeth Hacket.
     Robert Dunbar married Margaret MacKenzie, daughter of Colin MacKenzie, on 27 November 1690. She was the only daughter of Colin Mackenzie of Pluscarden.
     Robert died in September 1742 aged 72. He was buried on 29 September 1742 in Alves, Moray.

Child of Robert Dunbar and Margaret MacKenzie

Child of Robert Dunbar

Robert Dunbar

(before 1565 - after 1621)
     Mentioned in documents as son to George 22 Aug 1598, 27 June 1601 [Register of the Privy Council of Scotland v.5 p.701, v.6 p.689]; mentioned as brother of John Dunbar fiar of Avoch, Sep 1599 [Register of the Privy Council of Scotland v.6 p.621]. He was tutor to George Dunbar of Avach [son of his brother James?]...
He was mentioned as tutor of Avach, Sasines, Inverness, etc. v. 7 [1648-1658] 206, and son of George Dunbar of Avach, v. 6, 116 (1636-1643]..
     Robert Dunbar married Isobel MacIntosh in Scotland. Robert Dunbar was born before 1565 in Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. He was the son of George Dunbar. Robert Dunbar 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.
     Nov 2 1621: nominato Robert Dunbar tutor of Avoch, keeper of the said stamp and seal (for Lord Erskin).
     Robert died after 1621.

Robert Dunbar

( - 1721)
     Robert Dunbar was the son of Alexander Dunbar.
     Robert died in 1721.

Robert Dunbar

( - 1661)
     Robert Dunbar was the son of Thomas Dunbar and Agnes Spens.
     Robert Dunbar married Barbara Innes before 1634.
     Robert died However, Robert Dunbar of Westfield, Sheriff of Moray died 13 Dec 1674 in 1661 in Scotland.

Children of Robert Dunbar and Barbara Innes

Robert Dunbar

     Robert Dunbar was also known as (of Moyness) in records.
     Robert Dunbar married Marjory Dunbar (Dunbar), daughter of James Dunbar. She married Robert Dunbar, younger of Moyness, son of John Dunbar, 1st of Moyness.. Robert Dunbar was the son of John Dunbar.
     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.

Robert Dunbar

     He married Mary Douglas, Magdalen Hay, & Elizabeth Tulloch.. Robert Dunbar was also known as Robert Dunbar (of Easterbin) in records.

Child of Robert Dunbar

Robert Dunbar

(before 1747 - before April 1763)
     Robert Dunbar was born before 1747 in Northfield, Duffus, Moray. He was the son of Sir Patrick Dunbar 3rd Baronet, of Northfield.
     He is mentioned as son of Sir Patrick Dunbar of Northfield, baronet in the Caithness Register of Sasines, 6 Oct 1758, 4 Nov 1778.
     Robert died before April 1763.

Robert Dunbar

     Robert Dunbar was the son of Robert Dunbar.
     See Precept of Clare Constat from Kenneth MacKenzie of Kintail, at that time the proprietor of Pluscarden and the Superior of Westerton dated 12 August 1606 (Chanonry of Ross).
     Robert then conveyed the estate of Westerton to Patrick Dunbar and Janet Cumming his spouse on 22 May and 9 June 1615. On the 19th August 1618 there were complaints to the Sheriff of Moray by Patrick Dunar of Westerton concerning "the continual persecution and molestation by James Dunbar of Westfield". On 1 June 1643 Patrick Dunbar, son of the previous Patrick Dunbar, was retoured as heir to his father, and on 22 Oct 1645 he sold the estate to John Watson.

Robert Dunbar

     Robert Dunbar was mentioned on 21 January 1604.
     Robert Dunbar lived at Easter Alves, Alves, Moray, 1609.
     Letter to John Scharpe [Sharp], younger, advocate, from James Dundas, chanter of Moray, requesting him to raise letters at the instance of Robert Dunbar in Eister Alves, father of the deceased Alexander Dunbar, and James Dunbar, brother of the said Alexander, against George Dunbar of Wester Alves, Mr. James Dunbar of Newtoune [Newton], his son, and Alexander Dunbar of Inschebroke [Inchbrayock], 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. 20/1/1609.

Children of Robert Dunbar

Robert Dunbar

(circa 1665? - before 19 July 1704)
     Robert Dunbar was also known as Robert Dunbar (of Grangehill) in records. Robert Dunbar was also known as Robert Dunbar (Laird of Grangehill) in records. He was born circa 1665?. He was the son of Sir Robert Dunbar and Grisel Brodie.
     One day Lord Brodie's daughter, who had married Dunbar, younger of Grangehill, brought her little son Robert with her to call for his grandfather at Brodie Castle. Dunbar of Grangehill had by this time received the honour of Knighthood from Charles II., and of course was not in sympathy with Lord Brodie's views on Church and State, but there had been no interruption in their social intercourse, though Lord Brodie thought there was too- much love of gaiety and worldly display at Grangehill. Dressed in his best suit, the boy made a favourable impression on his
worthy grandfather's heart, and all went well until Lord Brodie discovered that his grandson had never learnt the Shorter Catechism ! It was even a little worse than that, for he had never been taught to read. He was barely ten years of age at the time, however. His mother received a very severe reproof, and little Robert Dunbar went home very crestfallen on finding, that in the opinion of his grandfather there were somethings in which he was not altogether perfect.
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     Robert Dunbar married Katherine Brodie on 15 August 1682 in Dyke, Moray.
     Robert died before 19 July 1704.
     His will was proved on 19 July 1704.

Children of Robert Dunbar and Katherine Brodie

Children of Robert Dunbar

Robert Dunbar

(before 1580 - 1640)
     Robert Dunbar was also known as (of Burgie) in records.
     Robert Dunbar married secondly Jean Campbell. She married secondly George Gordon of Newtown. Robert Dunbar was born before 1580 in Moray. Bishop is inconsistent about his parentage, stating he was both the son of Thomas and grandson of Alexander, but also son of Alexander. He was the son of Alexander Dunbar and Katherine Reid. Robert was incumbent but did not appear to conduct services at Rafford, Moray, between 1590 and 1597. He was removed for passing tiends, etc to his friends who ultimately returned them to his private hands.
     Robert Dunbar lived at Burgie, Rafford, Moray, 1602.
     In 1610 Robert Dunbar acquired the lands of Wester Lawrencton in the parish of Forres and added them to the Burgie estate.
     On 11 Nov 1616 he was admitted freeman and burgess of Forres.
     In 1628 Robert Dunbar of Burgie was charged with the murder of John Dow of Boghole and other crimes of gross immorality, but none of the cases against him ever came to trial.
     Robert Dunbar married Isobel Sharpe after 1633. They had four daughters, the others being Isabella who married George Leith of Overhalls, Jean & Elizabeth.
     Robert died in 1640. He's heir was Robert Dunbar on 20 November 1640. Robertus Dunbar de Burgie, heir of Roberti Dubar de Burgie, his father (Patris) in villa et terris de Kilflet in the barony of Kinloss ....
     In 20 Nov 1640 Robert jr was served heir to his father 'of the lands of Burgie' and of the lands Bishopmill, Pittenkirk and Colliescruiks on 31 June 1643 with confirmation of titlles of the lands of Over and Nether Hempriggs.
Robert wasted his money and was saved from prison and bankruptcy by Thomas Dunbar of West grange who on 10 April 1668 purchased the 'Mains of Burgie, tower and lands thereof....'
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Child of Robert Dunbar and Jean Campbell

Children of Robert Dunbar and Isobel Sharpe

Robert Dunbar

(before 1620? - 1679 or 1690)
     Robert Dunbar sold the estate of Burgie, about 1660, to his cousin Thomas Dunbar of Grange in whose family it continued until the death in 1827 of his descendant and male representative, Lewis Dunbar Brodie. Although he had parted with the estate, Robert still retained the designation "of Burgie". The last laird John emigrated to Carolina about 1756 where his brother Robert had settled.. Robert Dunbar was born before 1620?. He was the son of Robert Dunbar and Jean Campbell. Robert Dunbar was served heir to Robert Dunbar on 20 November 1640. Robertus Dunbar de Burgie, heir of Roberti Dubar de Burgie, his father (Patris) in villa et terris de Kilflet in the barony of Kinloss ....
     In 20 Nov 1640 Robert jr was served heir to his father 'of the lands of Burgie' and of the lands Bishopmill, Pittenkirk and Colliescruiks on 31 June 1643 with confirmation of titlles of the lands of Over and Nether Hempriggs.
Robert wasted his money and was saved from prison and bankruptcy by Thomas Dunbar of West grange who on 10 April 1668 purchased the 'Mains of Burgie, tower and lands thereof....'
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     Robert Dunbar lived at Burgie, Rafford, Moray.
     Robert Dunbar married Isabel Crichton after 24 May 1642.
     Isobel Leslie married secondly Robert Dunbar before 1679. She may be the wife of Alexander Dollace (Dallas) not Robert Dunbar.
     Robert died in 1679 or 1690.

Child of Robert Dunbar and Isabel Crichton

Children of Robert Dunbar and Isobel Leslie

Robert Dunbar

(before 1660 - before 1692)
     Robert Dunbar was born before 1660. He was the son of Robert Dunbar and Isabel Crichton.
     Robert Dunbar married Elizabeth Gordon in 1676.
     Naomi Forbes married secondly Robert Dunbar in 1682. She was the daughter of John Forbes, 2nd of Culloden, by Anne Dunbar.
     Robert died before 1692.

Robert Dunbar

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

Robert Dunbar

     Robert Dunbar was the son of George Dunbar (of Asleisk?).
     In 1606, George Dunbar was succeeded in the mairship of Moray by his son Robert.

Robert Dunbar

(21 July 1687 - )
     Robert Dunbar was born on 21 July 1687 in Dyke, Moray. He was the son of Robert Dunbar.

Robert Dunbar

(12 June 1692 - )
     Robert Dunbar was christened on 12 June 1692 in Dyke, Moray. He was the son of Robert Dunbar.

Robert Dunbar

( - 23 June 1636)
     Robert Dunbar was the son of William Dunbar.
     Robert died on 23 June 1636 in Forres, Moray.

Robert Dunbar

     Robert Dunbar was the son of Sir William Dunbar 2nd Bart of Hempriggs and Henrietta Rose.

Robert Dunbar

( - 13 December 1674)
     Robert Dunbar was also known as Robert Dunbar (of Westfield, Sheriff of Moray) in records.
     Robert was buried on 13 December 1674 in Dyke & Moy, Moray.

Robert Dunbar

(1 June 1648 - )
     Robert Dunbar was christened on 1 June 1648 in Petty, Inverness-shire.

Rev Robert Dunbar

     Rev Robert Dunbar lived at Baddingspink, Fordyce, Banffshire. He was born in Scotland. He was the son of John Dunbar. Robert was Minister at Dyke, Moray, in 1727. He may have had any, all or none of the children bpatised there Peter 17 June 1740, William 13 Nov 1740, Margaret 17 Oct 1722, Alexander 12 April 1713 (mother Katharin Ogilvie), Elspet 17 Jan 1725, Eizabeth 23 Mar 1718, John 25 July 1712 (mother Jean Tulloch), Mary 5 Jul 1741, Mary 21 Oct 1719, James 13 Feb 1743, James 2 June 1717 (mother Janet Sutherland).

Child of Rev Robert Dunbar