Elizabeth Dunbar

(14 November 1682 - )
     Elizabeth Dunbar married Alexander Anderson. Elizabeth Dunbar was christened on 14 November 1682. She was the daughter of Nicholas Dunbar and Elizabeth Lawtie.

Elizabeth Dunbar

( - 1750)
     Ludovick Dunbar married Elizabeth Dunbar as his second wife, on 14 January 1709.
     Elizabeth died in 1750 in Moray, Scotland.

Children of Elizabeth Dunbar and Ludovick Dunbar

Elizabeth Dunbar (Agnew)

     Elizabeth Dunbar (Agnew) was the daughter of John Dunbar.

Elizabeth Dunbar (Ogilvie)

     Elizabeth Dunbar (Ogilvie) was the daughter of Sir James Dunbar and Euphemia Dunbar (Dunbar) of Cumnock.

Elizabeth Dick Dunbar

(1826 - 13 October 1891)
     Elizabeth Dick Dunbar was born in 1826 in Lowery, Monaghan, Ireland. She claimed to be of full age at her marriage which suggests 1828. She was the daughter of Rev John Dunbar and Frances Holmes Halahan. Elizabeth Dick Dunbar was christened on 25 March 1826 in Bundoran, Inishmacsaint, Fermanagh/Donegal, Ireland.
Elizabeth Dick Dunbar married John Savage Dobson on 20 April 1848 in Ballybay, Monaghan, Ireland. The Coleraine chronicle on 6 May 1848 reported: On the 28 ult in Ballybay church, by ther Rev H R Halahan (uncle to the bride), John S Dobson, Esq. of Dublin, to Elizabeth Dick, daughter of the Rev John Dunbar, Rector of Ballybay, county Monaghan. It was also announced in the Dublin evening packet and corresondent on 2 May & The Armagh Guardian.
     Elizabeth Dick Dunbar and John Savage Dobson arrived per "Shalimar" on 16 October 1855 at Victoria, Australia.
     Elizabeth died on 13 October 1891 in Albert St, Caulfield, Victoria. She was buried on 15 October 1891 in St Kilda.

Children of Elizabeth Dick Dunbar and John Savage Dobson

Elizabeth Potter Dunbar

(1855 - 11 May 1861)
     Elizabeth Potter Dunbar was born in 1855 in Dandenong, Victoria. She was the daughter of George Killigrew Dunbar and Anne Potter Watt.
     Elizabeth died on 11 May 1861 in Dandenong, Victoria. On the 11th inst., at the Dandenong Hotel, Dandenong, of scarlet fever, Elizabeth, the beloved daughter of George and Anne Dunbar, aged 6 years.. She was buried in May 1861 in Dandenong.

Ellen McKee Annie Dunbar

(20 January 1864 - 25 January 1935)
      Her widowed mother-in-law lived at Elm Grove, Prahran. Her father Michael was a police constable at Castlemaine, in charge of the powder magazine. Ellen McKee Annie Dunbar was also known as Tottie in records. She was born on 20 January 1864 in Dandenong, Victoria. She was the daughter of George Killigrew Dunbar and Anne Potter Watt.
Ellen McKee Annie Dunbar married John MacCraith on 25 January 1880 in the Roman Catholic church presbytery, Elsternwick, Victoria. Her husband stated that he was aged 24 at marriage, as Ellen was only 16 he probably lowered his age. Both were of Dandenong at their marriage, he was described as a station master. Ellen McKee Annie Dunbar and Margaret Ann Green, Frances Elizabeth Dunbar, Jessie Bates Dunbar and George Killigrew Dunbar were beneficiaries in Anne Potter Watt's will proved 1 September 1887 in Victoria. Ellen McKee Annie Dunbar She managed the Waverley Hotel (with husband), at turn of the century. After 1905 moved to manage The London Hotel, Elizabeth St, Melbourne.
Ellen McKee Annie Dunbar was listed in a directory dated between 1906 and 1907 as Mrs Ellen McCraith at 'Curtain's Hotel', 353 Drummond St, Carlton.
Ellen McKee Annie Dunbar was listed in a directory dated 1910 as Mrs Ellen McCraith, at 'Curtains Hotel', 169-71 Elgin St, Carlton.
Ellen McKee Annie Dunbar was listed in a directory dated between 1914 and 1917 as McCraith's Tea Rooms at 97 Elizabeth Street, Melbourne. This is the site of the London Hotel..
Ellen McKee Annie Dunbar was listed in a directory dated between 1915 and 1917 as Mrs Ellen McCraith at 4 Crimea Street, St Kilda.
Ellen McKee Annie Dunbar was listed in a directory dated 1923 as Mrs Ellen McCraith at 255 Barkley Street, St Kilda.
Ellen McKee Annie Dunbar was listed in a directory dated between 1925 and 1932 as Mrs Ellen McCraith at 26 Erica Street, Canterbury.
Either Ellen or Eileen (After Divorce), Ran London Hotel aprox mid 1930's. had family crest on hotel cutlery.
     Ellen died of cardiac failure on 25 January 1935 in Mt St Erin Hospital, Fitzroy, Victoria, aged 71. She was buried on 26 January 1935 in Melbourne General Cemetery.

Children of Ellen McKee Annie Dunbar and John MacCraith

Elsie Vivian Dunbar

(26 June 1885 - 27 April 1886)
     Elsie Vivian Dunbar was born on 26 June 1885 in Queensland. She was the daughter of Edward Henry Vivian Dunbar and Jane Emmeline Ryder.
     Elsie died on 27 April 1886 in Queensland.

Elspet Dunbar

(November 1639 - )
     Elspet Dunbar was christened in November 1639 in Petty, Inverness-shire.

Elspeth Dunbar (McCulloch)

(before 1560 - before 1584)
     Elspeth Dunbar (McCulloch) was born before 1560 in Mochrum, Wigtownshire, Scotland. She was the daughter of Sir John Dunbar.
     Elspeth died before 1584.

Emma Harriet Dunbar

(20 February 1867 - 14 August 1949)
     Emma Harriet Dunbar was born on 20 February 1867 in Ipswich, Queensland. She was the daughter of Frederick Killigrew Dunbar and Harriet Ledger. Emma was a teacher from 1897, Queensland. Miss E H Dunbar, teacher, Towns.. 1897 PO directory.
Miss E Dunbar, teacher, Ca... Ck, 1897 PO directory.
Emily H Dunbar, teacher at Car... Ck, 1896 & 1897 Qld PO directories.
Emma Harriet Dunbar married William Clarke on 17 July 1901 in Queensland.
     Emma died on 14 August 1949 in Queensland aged 82.

Children of Emma Harriet Dunbar and William Clarke

Emmaline Mary Vivian Dunbar

(6 May 1883 - 29 November 1883)
     Emmaline Mary Vivian Dunbar was born on 6 May 1883 in Queensland. She was the daughter of Edward Henry Vivian Dunbar and Jane Emmeline Ryder.
     Emmaline died on 29 November 1883 in Queensland.

Eric Vivian Dunbar

(8 May 1897 - 12 September 1946)
     Eric was nick-named Doon. He was born on 8 May 1897 in Brisbane, Queensland. He was the son of Frederick John Dunbar and Eugenie Beatrice Brightwell.
     Eric and Gordon Allan Dunbar were educated from 1913 at the Primary School, Malanda, Queensland. According to a list published in Origins 10:2 (Nov 1995) from a book Malanda Primary School 75th anniversary, a Gordon Eric Dunbar was a pupil in the first year of Malanda School (near Cairns) in 1913.
     Eric was educated from circa 1914 at Maryborough Grammar School, Queensland.
     Eric was educated from from 1915 to 1919 at Royal Military College, Duntroon, Canberra, ACT.
     He served served in the Permanent Military Forces as a Lieutenant from 11 December 1919. He was attached to the British Army. He transferred to the Staff Corps on 1 October 1920.
Eric Vivian Dunbar married Thelma Edith Fortey on 27 December 1919 in Sydney, New South Wales.
     Eric served as a sergeant from 5 July 1921 to August 1922 in Casino, New South Wales. He was appointed Adjutant and Quartermaster, Casino Light Horse, 2 Military District (NSW) on 5 July 1921. He was transferred to the unattached list on 1 August 1922. Eric was manager of the Pepsodent factory, New Zealand.
     Eric died on 12 September 1946 in Melbourne, Victoria, aged 49. Joan Dunbar stated that he was a champion athlete in Duntroon 1919, went into the British Army in 1920, won 16 athletics medals and represented England in the 1920 Olympics in Antwerp in the 120 yards hurdles. He had serious eye problems, possibly the macular degeneration that his sons suffered from.

Children of Eric Vivian Dunbar and Thelma Edith Fortey

Ernest Dunbar

(circa 1824 - 20 February 1835)
     Ernest Dunbar was born circa 1824. He was the son of Sir James Dunbar 1st Bart of Boath and Helen Coull.
     Ernest died on 20 February 1835. He was buried at Auldearn, aged 11.

Euphane Dunbar (Vaus) (McDowell)

(before 1549 - )
     Euphane Dunbar (Vaus) (McDowell) was born before 1549 in Mochrum, Wigtownshire, Scotland. She was the daughter of Sir John Dunbar.

Euphemia Dunbar

(circa 1505? - )
     Euphemia Dunbar was born circa 1505?. She was the daughter of Sir James Dunbar.
Euphemia Dunbar married Andrew Monro before 1520. Black Andrew "Beg", the Black Baron of Milntown (Kilmuir Easter), married Euphemia, a daughter of James Dunbar 1st of Tarbat, a son of Sir James Dunbar of Westfield in Moray, who had purchased in 1520 the lands of Portmahomack, Tarbatness & the old Ross Castle of Ballone which he brought up to date..

Children of Euphemia Dunbar and Andrew Monro

Euphemia Dunbar (Cumming)

(after 1389 - )
     Euphemia Dunbar (Cumming) was born after 1389. She was the daughter of John Dunbar 1st (4th) Earl of Moray and Marjory Stewart.
Euphemia, contracted, on 28 May 1408, by her brother Earl Thomas, to Alexander Cumming, ancestor of the family of Altyre.

Euphemia Dunbar (Dunbar) of Cumnock

(before 1460 - )
     Euphemia Dunbar (Dunbar) of Cumnock was born before 1460 in Cumnock?, Ayrshire, Scotland. She was the daughter of Patrick Dunbar.
Euphemia Dunbar (Dunbar) of Cumnock married Sir James Dunbar, son of Sir Alexander Dunbar and Isobel Sutherland, before 21 June 1474 in Spynie, Moray, Scotland. He acquired the barony of Cumnock by marriage with Euphemia. They had a charter from Jas II dated 23 June 1474. After the death of his father James and succeeding to Westfield, retained Cumnock as his chief title. He had two other charters of confirmation 1477 and 1479.

Children of Euphemia Dunbar (Dunbar) of Cumnock and Sir James Dunbar

Euphemia Dunbar (Graham)

(before 1399 - circa 1474)
     Euphemia Dunbar (Graham) was born before 1399 in Fife, Scotland. She was the daughter of George Dunbar (10/11th Earl of Dunbar & March) and Beatrix Unknown (Dunbar).
Euphemia, who received a pension from King James II, continued by James III from about 1453 till 1474, when it ceased at her death. She appears to have been the wife of a George Graham.
     Euphemia died circa 1474 in Scotland.

Evelyn Doris Dunbar

(18 August 1902 - 1963)
     Evelyn Doris Dunbar was born on 18 August 1902 in Queensland. She was the daughter of Frederick John Dunbar and Eugenie Beatrice Brightwell.
Evelyn Doris Dunbar married Edgar L Stephens in 1934 in Sydney, New South Wales.
     Evelyn died in 1963 in Newcastle, New South Wales.

Finduella Christian? Dunbar

(before 1570 - )
     Finduella Christian? Dunbar was born before 1570 in Bennetsfield, Avoch, Ross & Cromarty, Scotland. She was the daughter of Rev John Dunbar and Agnes MacKenzie.
     Finduella Christian? Dunbar married Ninian Dunbar as his second wife, before 1635. Ninian Dunbar, was the second of Grangehill (see Durris/Durn branch). Burke calls her Christian, but the children are born to Finduall.

Children of Finduella Christian? Dunbar and Ninian Dunbar

Florence Dunbar (Grant)

     Florence Dunbar (Grant) was the daughter of Ninian Dunbar and Finduella Christian? Dunbar.
Florence Dunbar (Grant) married an unknown person . Florence, daughter of Ninian Dunbar of Grangehill, and spouse of William Grant of Ardoch.

Florence Eileen Dunbar

(8 October 1909 - June 2002)
      She has 11 great grandchildren. She wrote to Joan Dunbar (King) in 1998: he wasn't a stock keeper, he was "just a bullocky".. Florence Eileen Dunbar was commonly known as Eileen. She was born on 8 October 1909 in Tivoli Hill, Ipswich, Queensland. She was the daughter of John Henry Dunbar and Florence Beatrice Buckenham.
Florence Eileen Dunbar married James Robert Graham on 5 May 1934 in St Stephen's church, Willoughby, New South Wales, Australia. They divorced. Florence was granted a divorce from James Robert Graham in 1952.
     Florence resided at Willoughby, New South Wales, Australia, 1998.
     Florence died in June 2002 in hospital, New South Wales, aged 92.

Florence Rosabel Dunbar

(circa 1879 - 1894)
     Florence Rosabel Dunbar was born circa 1879 in Levenshulme, Lancashire. She was the daughter of Edward Dunbar and Frances (?). Florence Rosabel Dunbar was christened on 28 January 1880 in St Michael, Hulme, Manchester, Cheshsire. Florence Rosabel Dunbar, daughter of Edward & Frances Dunbar. Florence and Edward were listed as the children of Edward Dunbar in the 1891 census in Davenport Ave, Withington, Chorlton, Lancashire.
     Florence died She is probably the Florence Rose Dunbar aged 15, who died in the thirid quarter of 1894 in the Altrincham district of Cheshire (8A/112) in 1894 in Cheshsire.

Florence Vivian Dunbar

(5 October 1881 - 13 November 1913)
     Florence Vivian Dunbar was born on 5 October 1881 in Queensland. She was the daughter of Edward Henry Vivian Dunbar and Jane Emmeline Ryder.
Florence Vivian Dunbar was listed in a directory dated between 1906 and 1907 as A V E Dunbar, teacher at Middle Ridge, Toowoomba, Queensland. A V E Dunbar, teacher, at Middle Ridge, Toowoomba 1906 & 1907. This may not be related, but the address would link to one of Fred's family and may even be EHV Dunbar.. Florence was described as a living child of Edward Henry Vivian Dunbar on 24 February 1913.
     Florence died on 13 November 1913 in Queensland aged 32.

Frances Anna Dunbar

(13 February 1853 - )
     Frances Anna Dunbar was born on 13 February 1853 in Calcutta, West Bengal, India. She was the daughter of Frederick Killigrew Dunbar and Emma Simmonds.

Frances Elizabeth Dunbar

(20 March 1854 - 17 August 1924)
     Frances Elizabeth Dunbar was also known as Fanny in records. She was born on 20 March 1854 in Dandenong, Victoria. Her birth is not registered but she is probably this entry in The Argus 29 March 1854: On the 20th inst., at the Dandenong Hotel, Mrs. George Dunbar, of a daughter.. She was the daughter of George Killigrew Dunbar and Anne Potter Watt.
Frances Elizabeth Dunbar married Thomas Rosling on 17 June 1874 in St James, Dandenong, Victoria. Frances Elizabeth Dunbar and Margaret Ann Green, Jessie Bates Dunbar, George Killigrew Dunbar and Ellen McKee Annie Dunbar were beneficiaries in Anne Potter Watt's will proved 1 September 1887 in Victoria.
Letters from her husband Thomas Rosling at "Yarramau" Ascot Vale Rd, Flemington to Jack Dunbar her brother in 1907, suggest that he cannot support her and they are separated
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     Frances resided at 73 Jersey St, "Jolimont", Subiaco, Western Australia, circa 1911. An unknown person resided in 7 Nash Street, in East Perth, Western Australia, in July 1911.
     Frances died on 17 August 1924 in Mt Lawley, Western Australia, aged 70. She was buried in Karrakatta Cemetery, Perth. Sacred to the memory of Francis Elizabeth Rosling (nee Dunbar), relect of the late Thomas Rosling. Born at Dandenong, Victoria, on February 2, 1854. Died at Perth, Western Australia, on August 17, 1924.

Children of Frances Elizabeth Dunbar and Thomas Rosling

Frances Elizabeth Dunbar

(9 August 1874 - 23 July 1959)
     Frances Elizabeth Dunbar was born on 9 August 1874 in Ipswich, Queensland. She was the daughter of Frederick Killigrew Dunbar and Harriet Ledger.
Frances Elizabeth Dunbar married George Phillips on 23 December 1903 in Brisbane, Queensland.
     Frances resided at Cooparoo, Queensland, in the late 1940s. She was known as 'Aunt Fan".
     Frances died on 23 July 1959 in Brisbane, Queensland, aged 84.

Children of Frances Elizabeth Dunbar and George Phillips

Frances Holmes Dunbar

(12 July 1832 - 8 December 1909)
     Frances Holmes Dunbar was born on 12 July 1832 in Bundoran, Inishmacsaint, Fermanagh/Donegal, Ireland. She was the daughter of Rev John Dunbar and Frances Holmes Halahan. Frances Holmes Dunbar was christened on 27 September 1832 in Inishmacsaint, Fermanagh.
John Wolff holds her prayer book, inscribed Fannie H Dunbar, from her very affectionate father, John Dunbar, June 1857, Ballybay.
     She received a letter from H Philpot of Butcher's Hall,87-88 Bartholomew Close, London dated 25 January 1887 regarding the settlement of the Martin Killigrew estate.
     Frances Holmes Dunbar and Rev Halahan Killigrew Dunbar arrived per "Hurricane" on 22 April 1869 at Victoria, Australia. Halahan wrote We embarked on board the "Hurricane", an iron clipper ship, commanded by Captain Johnson (he was Captain in the Naval Reserve), a good seaman, and a kind, considerate commander. .. My sister and myself were the only first-class passengers. In the second there were about thirty, a curious lot from all parts of the world. I (They landed in two life boats amid sharks), losing everything I possessed (including, implements, art tools, books, jewels, family plate, manuscripts, testimonials, etc., with the exception of a telescope). My sister fortunately had a cheque on the Melbourne Bank safe on her person. Thus I landed in the New World, half clad and penniless, with life to begin over again, when I thought I had just attained ease and comfort.

A man in such condition is not always welcomed even by his nearest relations ... Seeing my sister comfortably settled in her new home (she had come to Australia to be married), I felt myself to be one too many, and sought for employment in all those branches in which I was proficient. But without testimonials and minus a single implement necessary for my profession, it was little wonder that I was received with suspicion, and my story of the loss of everything in the 'Hurricane', with scarcely veiled sneers.
In a very short time I saw it was hopeless. ... Feeling it was wiser to leave Melbourne, as I had connections there, and had no wish to distress them with my presence, or let them know to what a state of poverty I was reduced, I managed by a chance piece of work (copying it was) to get together the price of a passage to New Zealand, and landed at Wellington. There I found things somewhat worse than in Melbourne. Literally no work to be had. I went also to try my luck at gold-digging. One morning I landed at Graham's Town and Shortland, half towns, half mining camps, the possessor of a pair of blankets, a few shillings, and a heart somewhere in my boots...

The Hurricane arrived off the Heads on the 21st and took on pilot Kennedy at 6 p.m. While entering the following morning at 8 a.m. she struck lightly on the Lonsdale Reef. Soundings were taken in the forehold but no water was found. However, when the vessel was approaching Arthur's Seat she started to dip by the head and soon after foundered. The passengers took to the boats and were taken to Melbourne by the tug Titan. which was not far away at Queenscliff at the time of the accident. The vessel and her cargo were sold a few weeks later but she was never raised and became a total wreck. The Hurricane was an iron ship of 1198 tons register, built on the Clyde in 1853. She was commanded by Captain D H Johnston RNR, formerly the clipper ship Lightning. The Hurricane sailed from Liverpool on January 12, with over 2000 tons of general cargo and 3 cabin and 16 second cabin passengers and a crew of 28 all told
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Frances Holmes Dunbar married Edward Nichols on 13 March 1870 in All Saints Church of England, St Kilda, Victoria.
     Frances died on 8 December 1909 in Drouin, Victoria, aged 77. She was buried in Drouin.

Children of Frances Holmes Dunbar and Edward Nichols

Francis Dunbar

(30 December 1693 - )
     Francis Dunbar was christened on 30 December 1693 in Dyke, Moray. Francis, son of Robert Laird Of Grangehill Dunbar & Katherine Brodie. He was the son of Robert Dunbar and Katherine Brodie.