Thomas Dunbar

(say 1634 - June 1693)
     Thomas Dunbar was also known as Thomas Dunbar (of West Grange) in records. He was born say 1634. He was the son of Alexander Dunbar and Jean Cockburn.
Thomas Dunbar married Jean Robertson or Colzian circa 15 August 1659. They had a daughter Jean..
Thomas Dunbar married secondly Katherine Gordon in 1666. She was supposedly the daughter of Sir Ludovick Gordon, Bart of Gordonstoun. Thomas Dunbar was served heir to Alexander Dunbar on 30 July 1667. Thomas Dunbar bore arms: He is possibly the Thomas Dumbar of Grange who was granted arms on 12 Sep 1681 quarterly First gules a Lyon rampant with a bordure agent [charged with 8 roses gules] Secondof 3 cushens within a double tressure ... for Dunbar & Randolph.
     Katherine Melville married thirdly Thomas Dunbar circa 1685.
He was a member of the Scottish Convention of Estates, which in March of that year declared that James had forfeited the Crown, and made a formal offer of allegiance to William and Mary..
     Thomas died in June 1693 in Scotland. He's heir was Ludovick Dunbar in March 1694. Ludovick was served heir masculine to Thomas Dunbar in "the lands of West Grange with themanor house and mill, Inchdennie and the ale-house thereof, the lands ob urgie... and the town and ands of Over ns Nether Hempriggs". Some 4 months later he was also seised of the right to cut and win peats in the mosses of Granary, Nether & Over Blervie, Rafford and Marcassie". He settled at Burgie in place of the old castle which dated from 1602..

Child of Thomas Dunbar and Katherine Gordon

Thomas Dunbar

( - before February 1691)
     Thomas Dunbar married Marjorie Dallas, daughter of Alexander Dallas (III of Cantray) and Christian Dunbar.
     Thomas was a merchant in Forres, Moray, in 1684.
     Thomas died before February 1691.

Children of Thomas Dunbar and Marjorie Dallas

Thomas Dunbar

(June 1685 - before 1691)
     Thomas Dunbar was christened in June 1685 in Forres, Moray. He was the son of Thomas Dunbar and Marjorie Dallas.
     Thomas died before 1691 in Forres, Moray.

Thomas Dunbar

(15 February 1691 - )
     Thomas Dunbar was christened on 15 February 1691 in Forres, Moray. He was the son of Thomas Dunbar and Marjorie Dallas.

Thomas Dunbar

(before 1595 - )
     Thomas Dunbar was born before 1595.

Child of Thomas Dunbar

Thomas Dunbar

     Thomas Dunbar was also known as Thomas Dunbar (of Grange) in records.
Thomas Dunbar married Helen MacKenzie, daughter of Roderick MacKenzie (of Redcastle).

Thomas Dunbar

(before 1725 - )
     Thomas Dunbar was born before 1725. He was the son of George Dunbar 2nd Bart of Mochrum.
Thomas Dunbar married Tryphena Pincock in 1748.

Major General Thomas Dunbar

(after 1750 - 20 December 1815)
     Major General Thomas Dunbar was born after 1750 in Scotland?. He was the son of Sir Archibald Dunbar 4th Bart of Northfield (de jure) and Anne Bain.
     Thomas died on 20 December 1815. He left no issue.

Thomas Dunbar 2nd (5th) Earl of Moray

(circa 1371 - before August 1422)
     Thomas Dunbar 2nd (5th) Earl of Moray was born circa 1371. He was the son of John Dunbar 1st (4th) Earl of Moray and Marjory Stewart.
Indenture between John Dunbar, earl of Moray, and Hugh Ross, laird of half the lands of Kynfaunis, whereby said Hugh resigns to said John his lands in earldom of Caithness with the castle of Dunbeth. At Edinburgh, 30 December 1387.
1391? Thomas (de Dunbar), Earl of Moray, s. and h., was sheriff of Inverness during his father's lifetime. In 1396 he confirmed to Elgin a charter of Alexander II, and in Jan. 139819 was named of the advisory council to the Duke of Rothesay, and appointed the King's Lieutenant for reform of the government. He accompanied the Earl of Douglas in his raid into Northumberland in 1402, and was taken prisoner at the battle of Homildon, 4 Sep. He returned to Scotland on his release, about July 1405 At some time before the end of that year he had a grant of the sheriffdom of Banff from the Earl of Crawford, and in 1408 was acting as trustee for the funds for rebuilding Elgin Cathedral. In June 1412 he had a safe conduct to go through England on a pilgrimage to St. John of Amiens with a train of 24 knights and esquires. He m., before Feb. 1391/2, Margaret, whose parentage is not known. She presumably d. before Jan. 1421/2. He, for whom a 2nd marriage has been suggested, was living in the early part of 1415 when proceedings for a marriage between his son and Euphemia, Countess of Ross took place.
     Deed dated 23 May 1593 as Thomas of Dunbar, Earl of Moray granted to ... Elgin an exemption of custom out of Spey (Elgin records, p.19).
     Settled the turbulent highlands by helping to arrange that remarkable duel, the Battle of the Clans, on the North Inch at Perth in 1396, and was appointed the King's Lieutenant for reform of government in 1399. [Burke's Peerage 1978 p.855].
     Paul states: Thomas Dunbar, second Earl of Moray, succeeded his father some time between 13 June 1391 and 15 February 1391-92, at which date he, as Earl of Moray, son and heir of the late John, Earl of Moray, and his mother, the Countess Marjorie granted to Gilbert of Glencairnie the lands of the two Fochabers in exchange for Glencairnie. Some years later, on 26 March 1398, the Earl bought the two Fochabers from Gilbert. On 25 September 1394 he entered into an agreement with Alexander of the Isles, Lord of Lochaber, the latter to defend and protect the earldom and kirk-lands, at a salary of 80 merks and other emoluments. The Earl also, on 22 November 1396, granted to the burgh of Elgin a confirmation of a charter by King Alexander II. The Earl was also one of the principal movers in procuring peace in the north by arranging for a conflict between two rival clans, which took place at the North Inch, Perth, on 28 September 1396. He was also, on 27 January 1398-99, appointed one of the Council to aid David, Duke of Rothesay, in the government, when made King's lieutenant. He was present at the battle of Homildon Hill on 14 September 1402, and was taken prisoner by the English. All the Peerages are silent as to his career after this date, assuming apparently that he then died, but it appears he was the captive of a certain William Lilbourne to whom compensation was made in July 1405, when the Earl was released. In June 1412 he had a safe-conduct to go on pilgrimage to Amiens, and he was still alive at or about 3 June 1415, when it was proposed to marry his son to Eufemia, Countess of Ross, as will be shown later. After that date, however, it is difficult to distinguish between him and his son, the next Earl, and the date of his death is uncertain. It was probably he who granted a precept of sasine in the lands of Moy to Donald, Thane of Cawdor, on 14 August 1419, while it also seems probable, for reasons to be stated later, that his son succeeded him before August 1422.
     This Earl Thomas married a lady named Margaret, who is named as his wife in the charter of 15 February 1391-92, already cited. What family she was of has not been ascertained. it is not improbable that she was the Margaret, Countess of Moray, who, between 1429 and 1431, received a payment of £50 from the King, and who married Sir John Ogilvy of Lintrathen and Airlie (see that title), drawing her terce from the earldom of Moray until about 1471, when she died
Thomas Dunbar 2nd (5th) Earl of Moray married Margaret Fraser? before 15 February 1392.
He was captured by the English at the Battle of Homildon Hill and set free in 1405. Thomas Dunbar 2nd (5th) Earl of Moray was Sheriff of Banff in 1405.
     Thomas died before August 1422 in Scotland.

Children of Thomas Dunbar 2nd (5th) Earl of Moray and Margaret Fraser?

Thomas Dunbar 3rd (6th) Earl of Moray

( - after November 1427)
     Thomas Dunbar 3rd (6th) Earl of Moray was the son of Thomas Dunbar 2nd (5th) Earl of Moray and Margaret Fraser?
It is not known at what date, between 1415 and 1422, he succeeded his father. It was either his father or he who was one of the hostages proposed, and accepted by England, for the return of James I [S.] in May 1421; on 4 Dec. 1423 Thomas, Earl of Moray, heads the list of hostages so to serve, his yearly "value" being assessed at 1,000 marks. The Earl of Moray had safe conduct, 3 Feb. 1423/4, to meet James at Durham, and entered into ward 28 Mar. 1424. It is not known where in England he was imprisoned; it was by the King's esquire, and not by the constable of a castle, that he was to be delivered to the sheriff of York, June 1425, and to be taken by the sheriff to Durham with other hostages in July, to be exchanged in Aug. for those who were to replace them-in the Earl's case for his kinsman Patrick, elder son of the Earl of March [S.]. He m., it is said, Margaret, da. of Sir William SETON of Seton, or of William (SETON), lst LORD SETON [S.]. The date of his death, s.p. legit., is not known; it was presumably after Nov. 1427 (when his brother (in the English chancery) is still called James of Dunbarre of Frendragh). His widow m., 2ndly (being already his wife in 1447), Sir John OGILVY of Lintrathen, and appears to have been only recently deceased in 1471.
     Paul states: Thomas Dunbar, third Earl of Moray, whose name occurs first on record in May 1414, when he and his father appended their seals to a grant by John de Narn to his son John. He is next named on 3 June 1415, when his father was still alive. It was then proposed to marry him to Eufamia Leslie, Countess of Ross, but the proposal was not carried out. Before the Pope's commission could have reached Scotland, she had, on 15 June 1415, resigned, probably. under compulsion, her earldom and lands in favour of John, Earl of Buchan, son of the Regent Albany. (See title Buchan.) He succeeded his father some time before 9 August 1422, when, as Earl of Moray, he entered into a contract with Hugh Fraser, Lord of Lovat, for a marriage between a son of Lovat's and his own daughter, an agreement which will be again referred to. A few months later, on 15 February 1422-23, the Earl released John Hay of Lochloy from a similar engagement. Hay's father had contracted him also to marry a daughter of the Earl, but the latter now freed him from the obligation. In the following year the Earl was chosen as one of the hostages for the ransom of King James I. (his income being valued at 1000 merks yearly), and entered into ward as such on 28 March 1424. He was exchanged on 16 July 1425, and was permitted to return to Scotland. Nothing further has been found regarding him, and the year of his death in uncertain, though it may have been 1427, when his cousin James was released from captivity as a hostage in England. As to this Earl's marriage nothing is certainly known. As stated above, it was proposed in June 1415 he should marry Euphemia [Leslie], Countess of Ross' suo jure, but this did not take effect, and it is said that the lady, after resigning her estates, became a nun. In August 1422 the contract with Lovat binds the latter to marry his son and heir (then an infant) to a daughter of the Earl 'gotin or to be gotin on Isobell of Innes,' who is not named as the Earl's wife; and failing such daughter, the heir of Lovat shall marry a daughter of the Earl 'to be gotten betwixt him and his spousit wife,' and so on until a marriage took place. (The Pope's Commission for a dispensation states that the parties were related in the third and fourth degrees of consanguinity by different stems (Regesta Avenion., lib. 847, f. 350). Macfarlane, who recites this contract, assumes that Isobell Innes was the Earl's mistress, and that his ' spousit wife' was alive, but this is doubtful. It seems more probable that the 'spousit wife' and her children were yet in the future, and that the contract was somewhat of a speculative nature, as it is not clear that the Earl had any children by Isobel Innes, whether she was his wife or not. There is no valid evidence that the Earl had any issue at all. He is said indeed to have had a daughter Janet, who, it is affirmed, was married to a Fraser of Lovat. but the Wardlaw MS., which is probably the source of the statement, is so confused and incorrect at this point that it cannot be relied on.' (See title Lovat.)
The Earl was succeeded by his cousin James, [refuted by Cokayne - it was his brother].
     Thomas Dunbar 3rd (6th) Earl of Moray and an unknown person obtained a marriage licence on 3 June 1415. He received dispensation to marry Eupheme Leslie (daughter of Alexander) being related in the 3rd & 4th , 7th Earl of Ross),the marriage does not appear to take place.
Thomas Dunbar 3rd (6th) Earl of Moray married Margaret Seton, daughter of Sir William Seton and Janet Dunbar (Seton) (Johnston). Thomas Dunbar, Earl of Moray, married "it is said, Margaret, daughter of Sir William Seton."
Andrew MacEwen, "The Family Connections of Alexander Sutherland of Dunbeath," The Genealogist 3:2 (Fall 1982), provides evidence that Thomas was associated with Isobell of Innes (his mistress or concubine) as well as an "espoused wife at the time," citing Walter McFarlane, "Genealogical Collections" (Edingburgh, 1900), 2:518-519.
He identifies Thomas' wife as Mariota de Yle, "daughter of Donald Lord of the Isles and of Ross, knight." This article is cited by Mr Thompson and Mr Hansen in their ongoing series on the ancestry of Charles II in "The Genealogist" 4:2 (Fall 1983), pp. 146-7.
For further evidence, see "Scottish Supplications to Rome, vol. IV, page 121/2 (entry no. 504), stating that "Alexander de Sudirland, esquire, and Mariota de Ile, lady, diocese Caithness and diocese Sodor, knowingly married in the face of the church ....having offspring... are not able to remain married since Mariota had as her first husband the late Thomas de Dunber, related to Alexander in the third degree of consuanguinity and as her second husband the late David Fleming, who was related to Alexander in the fourth degree .......supplicate the pope "... 15 Dec. 1438.
Gordon Johnson
     Thomas died after November 1427. He had no legitimate issue, but an illegitimate daughter Janet married Hugh Fraser, 8th Lord Lovat.

Thomas Clement Dunbar

(6 September 1825 - 1896)
     Thomas Clement Dunbar was born on 6 September 1825. He was the son of James Dunbar.
     Thomas died in 1896.

Children of Thomas Clement Dunbar

Thomas Killigrew Dunbar

(3 December 1833 - 7 June 1915)
     Thomas Killigrew Dunbar was born on 3 December 1833 in Bundoran, Inishmacsaint, Fermanagh/Donegal, Ireland. He was the son of Rev John Dunbar and Frances Holmes Halahan. Thomas Killigrew Dunbar was christened on 6 December 1833 in Bundoran, Inishmacsaint, Fermanagh/Donegal. Son of John Dunbar, clergyman & Frances Holmes.
He subscribed to the School Fund.
He is probably the Thomas K Dunbar who commenced a mail service on horseback between Dandenong and Cranbourne in 1857. He is mentioned in 1858 & 1860 by N Gunson in The Good country p.62. In 1875 he was described as of Dandenong. He was the informant at the death of George Killigrew Dunbar, on 21 September 1875.
Thomas Killigrew Dunbar was listed in a directory dated from 1883 to 1914 at Thargomindah, Queensland. Thomas K Dunbar was listed in Queensland PO directories at Thargomindah usually running a billiard saloon in 1883, 1890, 1893, 95, 97 and 1900-1914. He is also of the Club Hotel. He applied for a pension between 1908 and 1909 in Queensland, Australia.
     Thomas was registered at Thargomindah, Queensland, on the between 1903 and 1913 electoral roll.
     Thomas died of senility and exhaustion on 7 June 1915 in the Hospital for the Insane, Goodna, Queensland, aged 81. Edward H V Dunbar wrote in Aug 1910 to his cousin J K Dunbar: Did you know that your uncle Tom died only a few months ago in Qld. I did not know that he was alive & in Qld. Neither did Uncle Fred nor his family.
and on 9 January 1911 from EHV Dunbar to J K Dunbar Your uncle Tom shortly before his death sent a message to George in Sydney to the effect that he never wanted to see or hear of a Dunbar again
. He was buried on 8 June 1915 in the Asylum cemetery, Goodna.

Thomasine Florence Dunbar

(15 January 1852 - December 1918)
     Thomasine Florence Dunbar was commonly known as Florrie. She was born on 15 January 1852 in Clontarf, Dublin, Ireland. She was the daughter of Henry Hussey Vivian Dunbar and Anna Caddell.
     Thomasine resided at Ballybay, Monaghan, Ireland, after 1865. "She and her younger brother lived at Ballybay Rectory for a long time after her father's death" - he died in 1865 but their uncle John, the Rector of Ballybay died in 1868 at Dublin.
     Thomasine Florence Dunbar was mentioned in the will of Emily Baker.
     Thomasine Florence Dunbar married Richard Stott as his second wife, on 9 June 1874 in Camberwell, Camberwell RD, Surrey. Florrie was his second wife. His first wife was Elizabeth Tomlinson? of Maldon, Essex who died in 1872. They had issue: Elizabeth born March 1861, Charles James born 22 June 1863, William Henry born 6 Dec 1864, George Francis born 23 April 1866, Richard Ernest born 8 December 1868, James Walter born 14 Nov .. and died 8 March 1884.
     Thomasine Florence Dunbar and Richard Stott were recorded on the 1881 census in Aldham Cottage, Springfield, Essex. Richard Stott, solicitor, aged 50, born Leeds, Yorkshire, Florence, wife, aged 28, born Dublin, Charles James, aged 17, born Chelmsford, George F, aged 14, born Peckham, Surrey, Richard E, aged 13 born Peckham, James W, aged 10 born Chelmsford, Florence M V, aged 4, Edward H H, aged 3 and John St A K, aged 9 months all born at Springfield, Essex. Thomasine Florence Dunbar was widowed on 6 July 1881 on the death of her husband Richard Stott.
     Thomasine Florence Dunbar was recorded on the 1891 census in 7 Elm Grove, Peckham, Surrey. Thomasine Stott 39, head, widow, lodging house keeper, born Dublin; Wm H Stott, stepson, 26?, clerk, born Peckham, Jeannie? Dunbar 30, boarder, nursing governess, born Dublin.
Thomasine Florence Dunbar married Carstin Henry Meyer as her second husband, on 12 September 1893 in Peckham, Surrey, England. Meyer & Stott - September 12 at Peckham, London, by special licence, Carstin Meyer, M. E. to Thomasine (Florrie), widow of the late Richard Stott, esq., Proctor, daughter of the late Henry H V Dunbar, Esq., Dublin, and granddaughter of the late Major John Killigrew Dunbar, 83rd Regiment, Garrsion House, county Fermanagh, half-brother of the first Earls of Clifden and Normanton..
     Thomasine Florence Dunbar and Carstin Henry Meyer were recorded on the 1901 census in 28 Wyndham Rd, East Ham, Middlesex. Carsten Meyer 50, marine engineer, born Bedminster, Bristol, Gls; his wife Florence T Meyer 49, born Dublin; William H Stott 36, step-son, commercial clerk, born Peckham, Florence M V Stott 24, step-daughter, born Gt Baddow, Essex; Edward H H Stott 23, stepson, commercial clerk, born Peckham.
     Thomasine Florence Dunbar was recorded on the 1911 census in 'Fair View', Belvedere Rd, Bexley Heath, Kent, England. William Henry Stott, head 46, single, clerk, born Peckham, Surrey; Thomasine Meyer, step-mother, married, 18 years present marriage, no children, born Clontarf, Dublin..
     Thomasine's death was registered in the quarter ending in December 1918 in Camberwell RD, Surrey.

Children of Thomasine Florence Dunbar and Richard Stott

two daughters Dunbar

     Two daughters Dunbar was born in Scotland. She was the daughter of Sir John Dunbar.

Unknown Dunbar

Children of Unknown Dunbar

Unknown Dunbar

Children of Unknown Dunbar

Uthred James Hay Dunbar 8th Bart of Mochrum

(26 February 1843 - 4 September 1904)
     Uthred James Hay Dunbar 8th Bart of Mochrum was born on 26 February 1843. He was the son of Sir William Dunbar 7th Bart of Mochrum.
     Uthred died on 4 September 1904 aged 61.

Violet Rebecca Pattison Dunbar

(31 January 1924 - 2004?)
     Violet Rebecca Pattison Dunbar was commonly known as Becky. She was born on 31 January 1924 in Nurse Bignall's hospital, Notting Hill Rd, Lidcombe, New South Wales. She was the daughter of Frederick Charles Dunbar and Elsie Violet Manson.
     Violet resided at 16 Georgette Street, Busselton, Western Australia, 1987.
     Violet died in 2004?.

Waldeve Dunbar

( - after 1271)
     Waldeve Dunbar was the son of Patrick (II) Dunbar 6th Earl and Euphemia Brus. Waldeve was a clerk, rector of Dunbar, and is named as son of Earl Patrick in an indult to him by Pope Innocent IV to hold an additional benefice, dated at Lyons 3 February 1245.
     Waldeve died after 1271. He appears in a charter granted by Sir Alexander Seton of Seton, dated about 1271.

Waldeve or Adam Dunbar

(before 1138 - )
      Adam, at first called Waldeve, but who for some reason, perhaps a religion; one, changed his name. He was a party and also a witness to the contract with the abbot of St Albans already noted. Between 1151 and 1166 he acknowledged that the church of Edlingham, named in that, contract, belonged to the Abbey of St. Albans, and undertook to pay a mark of silver, in name of said church, to the Cell at Tynemouth.' He also was a witness to a charter by his brother Gospatric, to Coldingham, most of the others named being Churchmen.' His name appears in several deeds, and he may have been a Churchman, but nothing further is known of him.. Waldeve or Adam Dunbar was born before 1138. He was the son of Gospatrick Dunbar 1st Earl.

Waldeve or Waltheof Dunbar

(before 1135 - 1182)
      Waldeve, son of Earl Gospatric and Countess Derdere succeeded as fourth Earl of Dunbar or Lothian, though he himself uses neither title, calling himself Waldeve the Earl. It is probably he who, as 'son of Gospatric the Earl,' is named first as one of five hostages given to King Stephen, after the battle of the Standard, in 1138. After his succession he confirmed the grants made by his predecessors, the first charter granted by him as Earl being scaled in 1166, to the monks of Durham', Kelso and Melrose, and the nuns of Coldstream. He was frequently with King William the Lion in his progresses through the kingdom, but seems generally to have kept aloof from political matters, except in one case, where be strove, but without success, to dissuade King William from going to war with England to enforce his claim to the earldom of Northumberland,' and be was one of those who, in 1175, became sureties for that King that he would observe the treaty of Falaise." He died in 1182. His seal, attached to a writ at Durham, shows an equestrian figure wearing a conical helmet, carrying a shield and with a sword, pointing upwards over the shoulder, in his right hand. Legend: SIGILLUM WALGAEVI COMITIS.' His wife was named Aelina, or Aline, but nothing is known of her, except a reference to her in the Earl's charters, and the date of her death, 20 August 1179.. Waldeve or Waltheof Dunbar was born before 1135. He was the son of Gospatrick Dunbar 2nd Earl and Derdere Unknown (Dunbar).
Waldeve or Waltheof Dunbar married Aelina or Aline Unknown (Dunbar) before 1152.
In 1175 he was held hostage for William 'The Lion' of Scots (then held captive by the English).
     Waldeve died in 1182.

Walter Dunbar

     Walter Dunbar was the son of Patrick Dunbar and Euphame Stewart (Graham).

Weldon Dunbar

(24 April 1751 - )
     Weldon Dunbar was christened on 24 April 1751 in Kensington, London. He probably married Sarah Tolbat [Talbot] in 24 Mar 1777 at Madely, Shropshire. This seems to be a Shropshire family. He was the son of Weldon Dunbar and Isabel Unknown.

Weldon Dunbar

     Weldon Dunbar married Isabel Unknown before 1751.

Child of Weldon Dunbar and Isabel Unknown

William Dunbar

(say 1600 - after 1680)
     William Dunbar was also known as William Dunbar (of Beagh) in records. He was born say 1600. He was the son of Sir John Dunbar and Katherine Graham.      
William Dunbar was assessed for the poll tax in 1659 in Beagh, Magherycross/Inishmacsaint, Fermanagh, Ireland. William Dunbar, gent. Parish Ennis McSaint, Beagh (place), (16 persons & English 9 Irish).
A William Dunbar was godfather to Frances Corrsbie, daughter of William Corssbie by his wife Isabell, bap 12 July 1660 at Inishmacsaint.
A William Dunbar had a seat on the south side of the church of Carlo (sic) and paid £1 for the same (no.8) in 1694. .
In 1671 he was described as of Braugh and of Kilcow, co. Fermanagh..
William Dunbar mentioned in 1680.
     William died after 1680. He was mentioned in the 1680 chancery bill..

William Dunbar

(before 1200 - 1253)
      William, is described as son of Patrick, Earl of Dunbar, in various charters to the Abbey of Kelso. He married Christiana, daughter of Walter Corbet of Mackerston, and had issue three sons, Nicholas, Patrick, and Walter Corbet. She died in 1241, and William in 1253. Nicholas Corbet had the lands of Makerstoun, and he had also Langton and other lands in Northumberland. He died apparently without issue, as his brother Patrick, who had Fogo, is described as his heir. The seal of this William is engraved, but does not show heraldic bearings..
William Dunbar married Christiana Corbet. William Dunbar was born before 1200. He was the son of Patrick Dunbar 5th Earl of Dunbar and Ada, of Scotland.
     William died in 1253.

William Dunbar

(before 1555 - 25 November 1624)
     William Dunbar was also known as William Dunbar (of Struthers) in records. William Dunbar was also known as William Dunbar (of Hempriggs) in records. He was born illegitimate before 1555 in Scotland. William Dunbar (de Hempriggis) fil. nat. Alex Dunbar of Conze. Burke describes him as the youngest son. He was the son of Alexander Dunbar and Hon Elizabeth Forbes.
He received one third of Hempriggs in 1574 by charter. He is called portioner in his father's will, dated 25 Feb 1577.
He was the first of Hempriggs, had a charter of that estate, 30 March 1576.
William Dunbar married Catherine or Margaret Anderson. She was the daughter of John Anderson Struthers and Janet Gibson.
     William died on 25 November 1624.
He was of Struthers & afterwards of Hempriggs (of one-third of which he got a charter in 1574), is called portioner of Hempriggs in his father's will, which is dated 25th February 1577. He married Catherine, the daughter (and heiress probably) of John Anderson of Struthers and Janet Gibson, his spouse. He had four sons and a daughter.

Child of William Dunbar and Elizabeth Sinclair

Children of William Dunbar

William Dunbar

     William Dunbar was the son of Rev John Dunbar and Janet Grant.
     William died in Elgin, Moray. He was of Elgin and left issue.

William Dunbar

( - 11 October 1807)
     William Dunbar was the son of Alexander Dunbar and Jane Burnett.
See letters at
The third son of Alexander Dunbar of Boath, Nairnshire, who claimed descent from the tenth Earl of Dunbar, through Lady Agnes Randolph, his wife. William Dunbar was a Writer to the Signet in Edinburgh, and 'Colonel' of the Crochallan Fencibles, a convivial club which he helped to found, each of whose members assumed a military title. He was Depute-Master of the Canongate Kilwinning Lodge at the time Burns visited in Dunbar presented the poet with an edition of Spenser's works, which Burns much appreciated. See .
     William died on 11 October 1807 in Jamaica. The Robert Burns chronicle 1967 gives his death date as 18 Feb 1807 and implies he is buried at Greyfriars..

William Dunbar

     William Dunbar was the son of Alexander Dunbar and Janet Brodie.