Eleanor Elizabeth Ramsey

(July 1832 - 31 December 1910?)
     Eleanor Elizabeth Ramsey was born in July 1832 in London, England. She was the daughter of William Ramsey and Isabella Halliday.
     Eleanor Elizabeth Ramsey married Ellijah ?? Walters ?? in September 1855 in Greenwich RD. I cannot identify Elijah Walters in the 1861 census.
     Eleanor died on 31 December 1910? Aged 78.

Elias Halliday Ramsey

(1 July 1836 - April 1860)
     Elias Halliday Ramsey was born on 1 July 1836 in Woolwich, Kent. He was the son of William Ramsey and Isabella Halliday. Elias Halliday Ramsey was christened on 17 July 1836 in St Mary Magdalene, Woolwich.
     Elias Halliday Ramsey appeared on the 1841 census in the household of William Ramsey and Isabella Halliday in Sandy Hill, Plumstead, Kent.
     Elias died in April 1860 aged 23.

Frederick W Ramsey

(circa 1865 - )
     Frederick W Ramsey was born circa 1865 in Woolwich, Kent. He was the son of David Watson Ramsey and Sarah Elizabeth Davis. Frederick, David, Lily, Steward, Albert and Rose were listed as the children of David Watson Ramsey in the 1881 census in 6 Dawson St, Plumstead, Kent.

George Ramsey

(24 June 1826 - 22 April 1901)
     George Ramsey was born on 24 June 1826 in Gibraltar. He was the son of William Ramsey and Isabella Halliday.
     George died on 22 April 1901 aged 74.

Grand daughter Ramsey

     Grand daughter Ramsey was the daughter of Percy Robert Harding Ramsey and Elizabeth E Glen.

Hannah Mary Ramsey

(28 August 1844 - 1918)
     Hannah Mary Ramsey was also known as Annie Mary in records. She was born on 28 August 1844 in Woolwich, Kent. She was the daughter of William Ramsey and Isabella Halliday. Hannah Mary Ramsey was christened on 29 September 1844 in St Mary Magdalene, Woolwich. William, Thomas, David, Hannah and Robert were listed as the children of William Ramsey in the 1851 census in 3 Britannia Cottages, Plumstead, Kent. David, Thomas, Hannah and Robert were listed as the children of William Ramsey in the 1861 census in 3 Britannia Cottages, Sandy Hill Rd, Plumstead.
     Hannah died in 1918.

Isabella Ramsey

(27 October 1834 - 29 October 1927)
     Isabella Ramsey was born on 27 October 1834. She was the daughter of William Ramsey and Isabella Halliday.
     The marriage of Isabella Ramsey and James George Harvey Hedderwick was registered in Lewisham RD, Kent, in the December 1860 quarter.
     The marriage of Isabella Ramsey and James Hinchley was registered in Greenwich RD, in the December 1862 quarter.
     Isabella Ramsey and James Hinchley appeared on the 1871 census. Jas Hinchley 45, Chelsea Pensioner,1st class military claspa ... born Woolwich; his wife Isabella Hinchley 36, born Charlton, Kent; Isabella E Hinchley 6, Geo R Hinchley 4, both born Westminste, Mdxr; Ada M Hinchley 2 born Camberwll, Surrey; John Ramsey 42, brother in law, Chelsea pensioner, born Gibraltar.
     Isabella Ramsey and James Hinchley appeared on the 1881 census in 42 Richmond Tce, Kennington, Lambeth, Surrey. James Hinchley 55, L D Ck War Office & Chelsea Pensioner, born Woolwich; his wife Isabella Hinchley 46, born Charlton, Kent, Isabella E. Hinchley 15, pupil teacher, born Pimlico, Mdx; George R. Hinchley 14, scholar, born Pimlico, Ada M. Hinchley 12, Eva E. Hinchley 9, both born Camberwell, James J. Hinchley 8, Katherine M. Hinchley 6, Alfred E. Hinchley 5, Ethel A. Hinchley 3 - last 4 born Kennington.
     Isabella Ramsey and James Hinchley appeared on the 1891 census in Kennington, Surrey. James Hinchley 65, born Woolwich, his wife Isabella Hinchley 56, born Charlton, Isabella E Hinchley 25, school mistress, born Pimlico, Ada M Hinchley 21, school mistress, born Camberwell, Eva E Hinchley 19, school mistress, born Camberwell; Catherine Hinchley 16, school mistress, born Kenington, Alfred E Hinchley, 15, brass turner, brn Sth Lambeth, Elbert A Hinchley 13, born Sth Lambeth, Bertha L Smith 23, visitor, governess school, born Lambeth.
     Isabella Ramsey and James Hinchley appeared on the 1901 census in 42 Eastlake Rd, Brixton, Lambeth, Surrey. James Hinchley 75, War Office clerk (retired), born Woolwich; his wife Isabella Hinchley 66, born Charlton, Katherine M Hinchley 26, clerk library, born Lambeth, Ethel A Hinchley 23, telegraphis GOP, born Lambeth.
     Isabella died on 29 October 1927 in Wandsworth RD, Surrey, England, aged 93.

Children of Isabella Ramsey and James Hinchley

Isabella Mary Ramsey

(15 August 1867 - )
     Isabella Mary Ramsey was born on 15 August 1867 in Woolwich, Kent. She was the daughter of David Watson Ramsey and Sarah Elizabeth Davis. Isabella Mary Ramsey was christened on 1 September 1867 in St Mary Magdalene, Woolwich.

James Ramsey

(15 November 1830 - October 1913)
     James Ramsey was born on 15 November 1830 in Woolwich, Kent. He was the son of William Ramsey and Isabella Halliday. James Ramsey was christened on 1 December 1830 in St Mary Magdalene, Woolwich.
     James Ramsey appeared on the 1841 census in the household of William Ramsey and Isabella Halliday in Sandy Hill, Plumstead, Kent.
     James died in October 1913 aged 82.

John Ramsey

(10 May 1828 - November 1886)
     John Ramsey was born on 10 May 1828 in Woolwich, Kent. He was the son of William Ramsey and Isabella Halliday. John Ramsey was christened on 4 June 1828 in St Mary Magdalene, Woolwich.
     John Ramsey appeared on the 1841 census in the household of William Ramsey and Isabella Halliday in Sandy Hill, Plumstead, Kent.
     John Ramsey appeared on the 1881 census in Greenwich, Kent. John Ramsey, lodger, 52, Army, Chelsea pensioner?, born Gibraltar.
     John died in November 1886 aged 58.

Lily Eleanor Ramsey

(6 November 1871 - )
     Lily Eleanor Ramsey was born on 6 November 1871 in Woolwich, Kent. She was the daughter of David Watson Ramsey and Sarah Elizabeth Davis. Lily Eleanor Ramsey was christened on 3 December 1871 in St Mary Magdalene, Woolwich. Frederick, David, Lily, Steward, Albert and Rose were listed as the children of David Watson Ramsey in the 1881 census in 6 Dawson St, Plumstead, Kent.

Margaret Ramsey

(24 December 1823 - 23 February 1914)
     Margaret Ramsey was born on 24 December 1823 in Gibraltar. She was the daughter of William Ramsey and Isabella Halliday.
     Margaret died on 23 February 1914 aged 90.

Percy Robert Harding Ramsey

(19 May 1879 - )
     Percy Robert Harding Ramsey's birth was registered in the quarter ending on 19 May 1879 in 10 Billington St, Hatcham, Greenwich RD, Kent. He was the son of Robert Ramsey and Elizabeth Harding. Percy and Dorothy were listed as the children of Robert Ramsey in the 1881 census in 10 Billington St, Deptford, St Paul, Kent.
     The marriage of Percy Robert Harding Ramsey and Elizabeth E Glen was registered in Greenwich RD, in the December 1919 quarter.

Child of Percy Robert Harding Ramsey and Elizabeth E Glen

Robert Ramsey

(26 September 1846 - 2 August 1923)
     Robert Ramsey was born on 26 September 1846 in Sandy Hill, Plumstead, Kent. He was the son of William Ramsey and Isabella Halliday. Robert Ramsey was christened on 15 November 1846 in St Mary Magdalene, Woolwich, Kent. William, Thomas, David, Hannah and Robert were listed as the children of William Ramsey in the 1851 census in 3 Britannia Cottages, Plumstead, Kent. David, Thomas, Hannah and Robert were listed as the children of William Ramsey in the 1861 census in 3 Britannia Cottages, Sandy Hill Rd, Plumstead.
     Robert Ramsey married Elizabeth Harding on 5 August 1878 in Christ Church, Bexley Heath, Kent.
     Robert Ramsey appeared on the 1881 census in 10 Billington St, Deptford, St Paul, Kent. Robert Ramsey, head, 34, messenger, Elizabeth his wife 33, born Tarporley, Cheshire, children Percy R 1, Dorothy C 2 months, both born Hatcham, Surrey.
     Robert died on 2 August 1923 aged 76.

Children of Robert Ramsey and Elizabeth Harding

Rose Fanny Ramsey

(June 1880 - )
     Rose Fanny Ramsey's birth was registered in the quarter ending in June 1880 in Plumstead, Woolwich RD, Kent. She was the daughter of David Watson Ramsey and Sarah Elizabeth Davis. Frederick, David, Lily, Steward, Albert and Rose were listed as the children of David Watson Ramsey in the 1881 census in 6 Dawson St, Plumstead, Kent. Steward, Albert, Rose and Eernest were listed as the children of David Watson Ramsey in the 1891 census in 83 Burrage Rd, Plumstead, Kent. Rose and Eernest were listed as David Watson Ramsey's children in the 1901 census in Plumstead, Kent.

Steward James Ramsey

(21 August 1874 - )
     Steward James Ramsey was born on 21 August 1874 in Woolwich, Kent. He was the son of David Watson Ramsey and Sarah Elizabeth Davis. Steward James Ramsey was christened on 13 September 1874 in St Mary Magdalene, Woolwich. Frederick, David, Lily, Steward, Albert and Rose were listed as the children of David Watson Ramsey in the 1881 census in 6 Dawson St, Plumstead, Kent. Steward, Albert, Rose and Eernest were listed as the children of David Watson Ramsey in the 1891 census in 83 Burrage Rd, Plumstead, Kent.

Thomas Ross Ramsey

(20 March 1842 - 21 January 1881)
     Thomas Ross Ramsey was born on 20 March 1842 in Woolwich, Kent. He was the son of William Ramsey and Isabella Halliday. Thomas Ross Ramsey was christened on 17 April 1842 in St Mary Magdalene, Woolwich, Kent. William, Thomas, David, Hannah and Robert were listed as the children of William Ramsey in the 1851 census in 3 Britannia Cottages, Plumstead, Kent. David, Thomas, Hannah and Robert were listed as the children of William Ramsey in the 1861 census in 3 Britannia Cottages, Sandy Hill Rd, Plumstead.
     The marriage of Thomas Ross Ramsey and Frances Newman was registered in Lewisham RD, Kent, in the March 1866 quarter.
     Thomas Ross Ramsey and Frances Newman appeared on the 1871 census in 130 Sandy Hill, Plumstead. Thomas R Ramsey, head married, 29 shoremaster, born Plumstead; his wife Frances, 28, born Southminster and father widower, 70, pensioner, born Gibraltar; John Thomas Newman, 24, carpenter born Southminster?.
     Thomas died on 21 January 1881 aged 38.

William Ramsey

(circa 1800 - June 1871)
     William Ramsey was born circa 1800 in Andalucia, Spain or Gibraltar.
     William Ramsey served in the military in the Army between 1814 and 1840. Army Record of William Ramsey, Gunner & Driver, Royal Artillery: William Ramsey born in the Province of Andalusia in the Kingdom of Spain. Attested for the Royal Regiment of Artillery at Malta on the 17th May 1814 at the age of Fourteen Years. Discharged on 7th April 1840. Discharged for ‘Chronic Rheumatism’, Conduct ‘Exemplary’.
     William Ramsey married Isabella Halliday, daughter of George Halliday and Isabella Unknown, on 5 February 1821 in East Wickham, Kent. He was in the Royal Artillery and would have spent time at Woolwich. They had 15 children and spent many years at Gibraltar prior to 1841.
     William Ramsey and Isabella Halliday appeared on the 1841 census in Sandy Hill, Plumstead, Kent. William Ramsay, 40, Army P[ensioner], not born in the county; Isabella 35 born in the county, Margaret 15 N, John 13 N, James 10, Ellen 8, Mary 6, Elias 5, William 2, all born in the county; with Thomas Haliday 5, born in the county.
     William Ramsey and Isabella Halliday were recorded on the 1851 census in 3 Britannia Cottages, Plumstead, Kent. William Ramsey, head, 50, Chelsea pensioner & Arsenal labourer, born Gibraltar, British subject; his wife Isabella, 48, born Woolwich, children Charles? 14, born Charlton, Kent, William 12, born Charlton, Thomas 9, David 9, Hannah 6, Robert 4, all born at Plumstead.
     William Ramsey married secondly Ann Small on 18 November 1855 in St Michael's, East Wickham, Kent.
     William Ramsey and Ann Unknown (Small) appeared on the 1861 census in 3 Britannia Cottages, Sandy Hill Rd, Plumstead. William Ramsey head, married 60, labourer.. ..., born Giibraltar, British subject; Ann his wife aged 51, ditto; sons David W 19, labourer, ditto, Thomas R aged 19, Hannah M 16, teacher infant school, Robert 14, scholar, all born at Plumstead. William Ramsey was listed as Thomas Ross Ramsey's father in the 1871 census in 130 Sandy Hill, Plumstead. Thomas R Ramsey, head married, 29 shoremaster, born Plumstead; his wife Frances, 28, born Southminster and father widower, 70, pensioner, born Gibraltar; John Thomas Newman, 24, carpenter born Southminster?.
     William's death was registered in the quarter ending in June 1871 in Woolwich RD, Kent, England.

Children of William Ramsey and Isabella Halliday

William Ramsey

(18 October 1821 - 9 July 1823)
     William Ramsey was born on 18 October 1821. He was the son of William Ramsey and Isabella Halliday.
     William died on 9 July 1823 aged 1.

William Ramsey

(8 February 1838 - 28 March 1838)
     William Ramsey was born on 8 February 1838. He was the son of William Ramsey and Isabella Halliday.
     William died on 28 March 1838.

William Ramsey

(4 February 1839 - September 1890)
     William Ramsey was born on 4 February 1839 in Woolwich, Kent. He was the son of William Ramsey and Isabella Halliday. William, Thomas, David, Hannah and Robert were listed as the children of William Ramsey in the 1851 census in 3 Britannia Cottages, Plumstead, Kent.
     William died in September 1890 aged 51.

Francis Rancifeere

     Francis Rancifeere married Alice Ryther in 1616 in Finchampstead, Berkshire.

John Stanley Ranclaud

(1849 - 1 February 1932)
     John Stanley Ranclaud was born in 1849 in New South Wales. He was th son of Charles Boscawen Ranclaud & Anna Maria Biddulph who married in Newcastle, NSW in 1845.
     John Stanley Ranclaud married Isabel Elizabeth Bowker, daughter of Richard Ryther Steer Bowker and Lydia Frances Phillips, on 19 June 1885 in St Philip's, Sydney, New South Wales. RANCLAUD—BOWKER.—June 19, at St. Philip's Church, Sydney, by the Rev. Septimus Hungerford, assisted by the Rev. J. D. Langley (incumbent), John Stanley Ranclaud, to Isabel Elizabeth, eldest daughter of R. R. S. Bowker, M.D., M.R.C.P. Lond., F.R.C.S. Eng.
She was living at Tyrrel St, Newcastle at the time.. John was a manager for the Bank of Australia, in Newtown.
     John Stanley Ranclaud lived at Sydney, 1905.
     John died on 1 February 1932 in North Sydney, New South Wales. He was cremated at Rookwood on 13 Feb.

Child of John Stanley Ranclaud and Isabel Elizabeth Bowker

Richard Glendon Ranclaud

(1888 - 1964)
     Richard Glendon Ranclaud was born in 1888 in Newcastle district, New South Wales. He was the son of John Stanley Ranclaud and Isabel Elizabeth Bowker.
     Richard died in 1964 in Bowral, New South Wales.

Sarah Randall

(before 1700 - )
     Sarah Randall was born before 1700.
     Sarah Randall married John Handy, son of Thomas Handy and Sarah Deaves, on 25 September 1717 in Wexford, Ireland. John Handy of Newcastle took to wife Sarah Randell of Deeps? both in co. Wexford, in a public assembly of the People called Quakers at Ballynacarrick in sd county the 5th of 7th? month 1717; by whom he had the following: Jonathan 1721 and Thomas 1724.
A John Handy married Elinor Burke by publication [of banns] 30 Nov 1719 at St Catherine's Dublin. [Parish Register Society of Dublin, v.12].

Children of Sarah Randall and John Handy

Susan Randall

(before 1605 - before 4 May 1655)
     Susan Randall was born before 1605 in Suffolk.
     Susan Randall married Robert Cocksedge, son of John Cocksedge, in 1623 in Barking, Suffolk. Which John?.
     Susan died before 4 May 1655 in Barking, Suffolk. She was buried on 4 May 1655 in Barking.

Agnes Randolph

(circa 1312 - 1369)
     Agnes Randolph was also known as 'Black Agnes' in records. She was born circa 1312 in Scotland. She was heir of her brother John, earl of Moray, who fell at the battle of Durham, in 1346. Besides the Earldom of Moray, she and her husband obtained the Isle of Man, the lordship of Annandale, the baronies of Morton and Tibbers in Nithsdale, of Morthingoun (afterwards Mordington) and Lonformacus, and the manor of Dunse in Berwickshire; with Mochrum in Galloway, Cumnock in Ayrshire, and Blantyre in Clydesdale. .... She was the daughter of Thomas Randolph Earl of Moray and Isabel Stewart.
     Agnes Randolph married Patrick (V) Dunbar 9th Earl as his second wife, circa 1320. John Ravilious on the Gen-Medieval mailing list wrote: His second wife, so far as is known, was Agnes, eldest daughter of Thomas Randolph, Earl of Moray, sometime Regent of Scotland. They had a dispensation to marry, dated 18 August 1320, which states they were related in the fourth degree; but on 16 January 1323-24 they received a second dispensation narrating that they were really within the third and fourth degrees of consanguinity.
Meanwhile they had married, but they were permitted to remain in marriage, and their past and future children were declared legitimate. The Countess corresponded with her brother John, Earl of Moray, when he was a prisoner in England in 1337. After his death she and her sister shared his possessions betwixt them. Evidence of this is to be found in two charters, the first granted by Earl Patrick and Agnes, his wife, at Dunbar, on 2 January 1351-52, and the second by Sir Patrick Dunbar and Isabella, his wife, at Wester Spott, near Dunbar, on the same day, both writs confirming the same deed, a grant by their vassal Richard Anstruther, of the lands of West Pitcorthy, in Fife, to his sister Cecilia and John Strang, her husband. Other evidence will be noted in next memoir. Countess Agnes was still alive on 24 May 1367, but that appears to be the latest mention of her, and she may have predeceased her husband
. Agnes Randolph and Patrick (V) Dunbar 9th Earl were given a Papal dispensation for their marriage on 18 August 1320. Agnes Randolph and Patrick (V) Dunbar 9th Earl were given a Papal dispensation for their marriage on 16 January 1323/24.
     Agnes Randolph of Dunbar was also known as Black Agnes because of her olive skin complexion, was Countess-consort of Dunbar and March. She was daughter of the famous Thomas Randolph, 1st Earl of Moray, kinsman and companion-in-arms of Robert the Bruce and Isabel Stewart, the Lady of Garlies, Bruce's relative and the 6th Steward's first cousin. Agnes married Patrick Dunbar, 9th Earl of Dunbar and 2nd Earl of March, and became renowned for her heroic defence of Dunbar Castle against an English attack by the William Montacute, 1st Earl of Salisbury which began on 13th January 1338.
This attack took place during the conflict when Edward Balliol, with English backing, attempted to seize the Scottish crown from David II, the son of Robert the Bruce. Patrick Dunbar was, it is claimed, fighting with the Scottish army far away when his home, the great castle of Dunbar in Lothian (close to the English border), was subject to a siege by English forces. His wife the Lady Agnes was left alone with only a retinue of servants and a few guards to meet English aggression, but refused to surrender the fortress, claiming:
"Of Scotland's King I haud my house, He pays me meat and fee, And I will keep my gude auld house, while my house will keep me."
There were actually a number of cases in the Middle Ages where women commanded garrisons during sieges, since if the lord was away his lady might be left in charge, but Agnes is one of the few cases which became significantly remembered. Considered one of the ablest commanders of his day, Salisbury was forced to abandon the attempt after a curious siege that lasted for a little under four months.
Salisbury began his engagement with a bombardment by catapults, which sent huge rocks and lead shot against the castle ramparts. Lady Agnes responded by having her maids dress in their Sunday best. She led them to the outer walls and instructed them to dust the battle damage away with their handkerchiefs. This nonchalance was intended to insult the English. Upon the next assault by Montague with his battering ram, she dropped over the walls of her castle a huge boulder captured from an earlier English attack, so that the assault machinery of the earl was smashed to pieces. At one point the English captured her brother John Randolph, 3rd Earl of Moray and paraded him in front of the castle with a rope round his neck, and threatened to hang him if she did not surrender. She told them to go ahead, since this would make her the proprietor of the Earldom of Moray. John survived this piece of brinkmanship. On June 10, 1338, William Montague ordered his army to withdraw, leaving the Lady Agnes in sole possession of her castle. She is remembered in a ballad which attributes these words to Montague:
"Cam I early, cam I late, there was Agnes at the gate."
It is generally believed that Agnes and her husband the Earl had no surviving children, and certainly no surviving sons; instead leaving their inheritances to children of the marriage between the earl's younger brother Alexander Dunbar and Agnes' younger sister Isobel Randolph.
However, popular legends claim that a member of the family's next generation, Agnes Dunbar, alleged mistress of king, would have been their daughter. Serious historians and genealogists regard her one of the brood of Alexander and Isobel. Perhaps she and/or others of their children were fostered by the elder couple. It is not totally impossible that the younger Agnes were Black Agnes' daughter, although that would make the really happened succession to the earldom of Moray incorrect, Agnes' daughter being more entitled than Isobel's son.
The nephew brood of three boys included George, 10th Earl of Dunbar and March and John Dunbar, 4th Earl of Moray.
A daughter of Alexander and Isobel, Elizabeth, married John Maitland of Lethington, direct male-line ancestor of the Duke of Lauderdale, whose secondary title was Marquess of March
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     John Ravilious wrote on Gen-Medieval mailing list: Charter of Patrick V of Dunbar, Earl of March and Moray, confirming that the monks of Coldingham are to hold Ederham and Nesbit free from all annual rent, as set out in the charter of Gospatric, Earl, brother of Dolfin [Misc.Ch. 778] and relaxing his claim for 10/-, one pair of boots and one skin garment.
Witnesses: Lord Patrick de Hepburn, Lord of Hales, George de Dunbar, the Earl's cousin, Alexander de Ramsey, Alexander de Rykklynton, constable of Dunbar, Robert Leche, steward, Richard de Ellam, & many others.
Confirmed with the assent of Agnes the countess.
At his castle of Dunbar 24 May 1367.
One would be inclined to see George Dunbar, if the Earl's heir, in 'first position' in the witness order of the foregoing charter. It is interesting that Patrick de Hepburn of Hailes is found there instead. This has been discussed on the list in the past, and short of an ongoing search for evidence to prove/disprove conjectures as to particular relationships, I find nothing further to add as yet. See the threads , and in the archives.

While resolution has yet to be achieved, that George Dunbar was descended from Patrick de Dunbar, Earl of March (d. 10 Oct 1308) and his wife Marjory Comyn appears certain, if not proven as yet. It does seem most likely (to J P Ravilous) that the last Earl Patrick (d. ca. 1368) was the elder grandson of the Dunbar-Comyn marriage; finding evidence to finally prove or disprove this would be significant
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     Agnes died in 1369 in Scotland. She is buried in the vault near Mordington House which was demolished in 1973. The 13th century church was destroyed by fire in 1757.

Isabel Randolph

     Isabel Randolph married Gilbert de Hamilton, son of William de Hambleden and daughter of Gilbert, Earl of Strathearn,, in Scotland. Isabel Randolph was born in Scotland. She was sister to Thomas, Earl of Murray..
     This is dubious..

Children of Isabel Randolph and Gilbert de Hamilton

Isabella Randolph

(say 1310 - )
     Isabella Randolph was born say 1310 in Scotland. Richardson gives her mother as Isabel of Ross, widow of Edward de Brus (who died 14 Oct 1318).. She was the daughter of Thomas Randolph Earl of Moray and Isabel Stewart.
     Isabella Randolph married Sir Patrick Dunbar, son of Sir Alexander Dunbar, circa 1320. He married, perhaps as his second wife, Isabella, younger daughter of Thomas Randolph, first Earl of Moray.
     Isabella Randolph survived her husband, and on 20 July 1361, as Isabella Ranulph, heiress of John Ranulph, Earl of Moray, etc. (her brother), she confirmed a charter by Andrew del Garvyauch, of date 8 August 1357.

Children of Isabella Randolph and Sir Patrick Dunbar

John Randolph 3rd Earl of Moray

( - 17 October 1346)
     John Randolph 3rd Earl of Moray was born in Scotland. He was the son of Thomas Randolph Earl of Moray.
     From 1332 to 1346 John (Randolph), was Earl of Moray, only br. and heir. Fordun, in his account of the fight at Annan, puts the young Earl, in whose territory it was fought, at the head of the list of magnates who assembled their forces at Moffat and fell by night upon the invaders, putting Edward Baliol to flight, 16 Dec. 1332. The Earl is said to have had a command in the first Scots division at "the rueful battle" of Halidon Hill, 19 July 1333. He appears then to have gone to France, and after his return was made Regent jointly with Robert Stewart; but in Aug. 1335 was captured by the constable of Jedburgh Castle, and kept in captivity by the English till early in 1342, when he was exchanged for the Earl of Salisbury. He was present in the Parl. which met at Scone 7 June 1344, and continued in the guidance of the affairs of the kingdom till his death at the battle of Neville's Cross, 17 Oct. 1346. He died as afsd., s.p., when the Earldom granted to Thomas Randolph and the heirs male of his body became extinct. His widow m. (disp. May 1355), as 2nd wife, Robert Stewart, abovenamed, Earl of Strathearne, afterwards Robert II. She died 1372.
     John Randolph 3rd Earl of Moray married Euphemia Ross Countess of Moray, daughter of Hugh, Earl of Ross, and Margaret Graham Countess of Ross, before 1346. Euphemia was the daughter of Hugh, Earl of Ross, by his second wife, Margaret daughter of Sir David Graham. No issue.
     John died on 17 October 1346 in the Battle of Neville's Cross, Durham, England. On his death Earldom reverted to the Crown.