John Charles Killigrew Dunbar

(1881 - 14 September 1934)
     John Charles Killigrew Dunbar was commonly known as Charles. He was born in 1881 in Dandenong, Victoria. He was the son of John Thomas Killigrew Dunbar and Margaret Ann Green.
     Charles served in the Army between November 1915 and 1919. He stated on enlistment that he was born at Dandenong, Victoria and that he was 35 years of age. He enlisted at Chermside Qld on 11 Nov 1915, allotted Army Number 2489 and the rank of trooper. Appointed shoeing smith on 12 November 1915. Embarked at Sydney for the Middle East with 7th squadron 2nd Australian remount Unit per HMAT "Orontes" on 20 November 1915. Promoted to Corporal on 17 June 1916. Admitted to the 14th General Hospital at Abbassia, sick, on 23 September 1916. Taken on strength of Details Camp at Moascar on 10 October 1916. Taken on strength of the 10th Light Horse Regiment on 18 December 1916. To rest camp at Port Said on 28 August 1917. Rejoined unit on 9 September 1917. Embarked for Australia per HT "Oxfordshire" at Kantala on 10 July 1919. Disembarked at Melbourne 13 Aug 1919 for onward movement to Brisbane where discharged 5 Oct 1919. Issued with the 1914/15 Star, British War Medal, & Victory Medal. He nominated his sister, Jean Dunbar of Pinshurst, Victoria as next of kin on his enlistment. http://hdl.handle.net/10070/226480.
     John and Philip were registered as Charles Killigrew Dunbar, blacksmith & Philip O'Brien Dunbar, mechanic at 24 Ellingworth Pde, Box Hill, Victoria, on the 1919 electoral roll.
     John Joseph Dunbar met him in 1931 at Logans, considered taking JJD to the West with him. He was a blacksmith at Tocumwal; later went prospecting in New Guinea & WA. No more was ever heard of him. He was 6'8" tall however his service record gives his height as 5'11".
     John died of heart attack when tying up his shoes on 14 September 1934 in Carlton, Victoria.

Harry Wilson Dunbar

(1882 - before 7 May 1890)
     Harry Wilson Dunbar was born in 1882 in Dandenong, Victoria. He was the son of John Thomas Killigrew Dunbar and Margaret Ann Green.
     Harry died before 7 May 1890 in Victoria. He was buried on 7 May 1890 in Oakleigh.

Annie Veronica Dunbar

(14 July 1884 - 5 March 1972)
     Annie Veronica Dunbar was commonly known as Cissy. She was born on 14 July 1884 in Tooradin, Victoria. She was the daughter of John Thomas Killigrew Dunbar and Margaret Ann Green.
     Annie Veronica Dunbar married Daniel Patrick Kearns on 15 May 1906 in the Roman Catholic church, Penshurst, Victoria. KEARNS-DUNBAR. -On the 15th May, at R.C. Church, Penshurst, by Rev. Father Cain, of Hamilton, Daniel Patrick, eldest son of Patrick Kearns, Dunkeld, late of county Galway, to Annie (Cissie), eldest daughter of John Thomas Killegrew Dunbar, Penshurst, and granddaughter of the late George Killegrew Dunbar, of Dan- denong, also of Mrs. Jane Green, of Walker- street, Dandenong. (Home papers please copy. ).
     Annie died on 5 March 1972 in Hamilton, Victoria, aged 87.

Children of Annie Veronica Dunbar and Daniel Patrick Kearns