Margaret Dunbar

(24 February 1684 - )
     Margaret Dunbar was christened on 24 February 1684 in Forres, Moray. She was the daughter of Thomas Dunbar and Marjorie Dallas.

Margaret Dunbar

     Margaret Dunbar was born in Inverness-shire. She was the daughter of George Dunbar.

Margaret Dunbar

(1 November 1642 - )
     Margaret Dunbar was christened on 1 November 1642 in Petty, Inverness-shire.

Margaret Dunbar (Dunbar)

(before 1461 - 1483)
     Margaret Dunbar (Dunbar) was born before 1461 in Scotland. She was the daughter of Patrick Dunbar.
Margaret Dunbar (Dunbar) married Sir John Dunbar, son of Sir Alexander Dunbar and Isobel Sutherland, before 21 June 1474 in Scotland. By his marriage to Margaret, the second daughter of Patrick Dunbar of Mochrum, he obtained the lands of Mochrum Park. their descendants held Mochrum, Baldoon & Grange.
Margaret, married before same date to Sir John Dunbar, second son of Sir Alexander, and from her the present Sir William Cospatrick Dunbar of Mochrum-park is descended in the female line.
     Margaret resided at Mochrum Park, Mochrum, Wigtownshire, Scotland.
     Margaret died in 1483 in Mochrum, Wigtownshire, Scotland.

Children of Margaret Dunbar (Dunbar) and Sir John Dunbar

Margaret Dunbar (Haythorn) (McGuffock)

     Margaret Dunbar (Haythorn) (McGuffock) was the daughter of John Dunbar.

Margaret Alice Dunbar

(circa 1830 - 23 July 1908)
     Margaret Alice Dunbar was born circa 1830. She married 7 Feb 1856 William A Stables, a bnaker of Nairn, who died 1890, leaving issue. She was the daughter of Sir Archibald Dunbar 6th Bart of Northfield and Mary Brander.
     Margaret died on 23 July 1908.

Margaret Ethel Dunbar

(1889 - 1889)
     Margaret Ethel Dunbar was commonly known as Peggy.
     Margaret died in 1889 in South Yarra, Victoria. She was born in 1889 in South Yarra, Victoria. She was the daughter of John Thomas Killigrew Dunbar and Margaret Ann Green.

Margaret or Anna Dunbar (Munro)

(circa 1545 - )
     Margaret or Anna Dunbar (Munro) was born circa 1545 in Scotland. He was the son of Sir Alexander Dunbar and Janet Leslie.

Maria Dunbar

(2 February 1818 - 13 September 1858)
     Maria Dunbar was christened on 2 February 1818 in St Peter, Dublin. She was born on 2 February 1818 in Dublin. She was the daughter of Rev John Dunbar and Frances Holmes Halahan.
     Maria died on 13 September 1858 in the Rectory, Ballybay, Monaghan, aged 40. Deaths, Sept 13, at the Rectory, Ballybay, Mary, eldest daughter of the Rev John Dunbar. This was also reported in the Londonderry Sentinel 17 Sep 1858.

Marie Dunbar

     Marie Dunbar was born in Inverness-shire. She was the daughter of George Dunbar.

Marjorie Dunbar

(15 October 1644 - )
     Marjorie Dunbar was christened on 15 October 1644 in Inverness, Inverness-shire.

Marjorie Dunbar (Swinton) (Stirling)

(before 1399 - after 1433)
      Marjorie, who married John, afterwards Sir John Swinton of that Ilk, about February 1423-24. They had issue one son. Sir John was killed at Verneuil, 17 August 1424. Marjorie is said to have died shortly after the marriage, but 'he was alive in April 1433, before which date she had become wife of Lucas Stirling of Keir.
. Marjorie Dunbar (Swinton) (Stirling) was born before 1399 in Fife, Scotland. She was the daughter of George Dunbar (10/11th Earl of Dunbar & March) and Beatrix Unknown (Dunbar).
     Marjorie died after 1433.

Marjory Dunbar

     Marjory Dunbar was the daughter of Alexander Dunbar and Janet Brodie.
Marjory Dunbar married Alexander Dunbar.

Marjory Dunbar

     Marjory Dunbar was the daughter of George Dunbar (of Asleisk?).

Marjory Dunbar (Dunbar)

(before 1586 - )
     Marjory Dunbar (Dunbar) married Robert Dunbar, son of John Dunbar. She married Robert Dunbar, younger of Moyness, son of John Dunbar, 1st of Moyness.. Marjory Dunbar (Dunbar) was born before 1586. She was co-heir to her brother Alexander of Westfield, Vicecomitis de Murray.. She was the daughter of James Dunbar. Marjory Dunbar (Dunbar) was served heir to James Dunbar and Sir Alexander Dunbar on 1 May 1604. Marjory Dunbar (Dunbar) was served heir to Sir Alexander Dunbar on 1 May 1604 in Elgin, Moray, Scotland. Marjory Dunbar (Dunbar) was served heir to Sir Alexander Dunbar on 1 May 1604 in Elgin, Moray. Marjory Dunbar (Dunbar) and Sir Alexander Dunbar were heirs of Sir Alexander Dunbar Precept of clare constat as in GD94/57 in favour of Marjory Dunbar as sister and one of the heirs of deceased Alexander Dunbar of Westfeild. [Tag, seal gone]. 1/3/1606 on 1 March 1606..
Marjory Dunbar (Dunbar) was mentioned in September 1606.

Mark Dunbar

( - circa 1644)
     Mark Dunbar was also known as David Dunbar (Bailie of Pluscarden) in records. He was born in Scotland. He was descended from David Dunbar, 5th son of Alexander Dunbar of Westfield who inherited from his father the lands of Durris co. Inverness, where his descendants were seated till Mark sold the property. He is the ancestor of the Dunbars of Durn, Baronets. The Annals of Forres states he was the son of David Dunbar of Durris. He was the son of David Dunbar and Janet Rose.
     Mark Dunbar was mentioned in a deed dated 23 January 1583/84 in Grangehill, Dyke & Moy, Moray, Scotland.
He sold the Durris property about 1592, and bought Grangehill, Moray about 1608 from Lord Dumfermline who was commendator of the Abbey of Pluscarden which the Dunbars of Durris were heritable bailies. Grangehill was renamed Dalvey.
     Mark was a town councillor in Forres, Moray, on 1 October 1593.
In 1595 Mark Dunbar (probably son of Provost David) is a Councillor under Provost Robert Tulloch.
Mark Dunbar married Isabel Falconer.
     Mark resided at Grangehill, Dyke & Moy.
Mark Dunbar was mentioned.
18 June 1605: Brieve of inquest by Alexander, Earl of Dumfermeling (Dunfermline), to Mark Dunbar, bailie of regality of Vrquhart (Urquhart), regarding deceased Alexander Dunbar of Westfeild, brother of Dorothy Dunbar. In dorso: Execution following thereon, 14 August 1605.
5 Sep 1605: Notarial Instrument under the hand of George Annand [Annan], notary narrating that Lachlan McIntoisch [McIntosh] of Dunnachteine [Dunachton] compeared and explained that three submissions to certain arbitrators had been agreed upon between him on the one part, and Robert Dunbar of Burgie, Mr. James Dunbar of Terbart [?Tarbat, Cromarty ?Tarbert, Inverie], James Dunbar of Penik [Pennick], and Mark Dunbar of Durris [Dores], on the other part, for settlement of some differences between them, and to Mr. Alexander Douglas, Bishop of Moray, as oversman, this present day being appointed for the acceptance and subscribing of the submissions. The three submissions are in the keeping of the said bishop, who has written that he has had to go to London, and is presently on his way thither. Wherefore the said Lachlan protests that as he is here present with his friends to proceed in the matter, no fault or delay should be imputed to him, but that the business be simply postponed until the bishop's return. Date 5 Sep 1605 Dated at Forres. Done in the kirkyard of Forres about three in the afternoon;
Witnesses, Donald McQueine [McQueen] in Cowll [Coul], Alexander Dunbar in Benechfeild [Bennetsfield - Binnagefield], James Innes in Blaikhillis [?Blackhills, Morayshire ?Blackhills, Aberdeenshire], and others
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Mark Dunbar was mentioned on 5 September 1605.
He sold (with the consent of his son Ninian) parts of the barony of Durris to Sir John Campbell of Cawdor, and bought Grangehill (now Dalvey) from the Earl of Dumfermline..
Mark Dunbar of Grangehill was elected Councillor of Forres from 30 December 1610 to 1612.
19 Mar 1612: Instrument of resignation by Mark Dunbar of Grangehill, in hands of Alexander, Earl of Dunfermeling (Dunfermline), of heritable office of bailie and general justiciar of lands and baronies of Vrquhart (Urquhart), Glen of Pluscarden and others pertaining to lordship of Pluscarden and Vrquhart, excepting heritable office of bailie and justiciar of said Mark's lands of Grangehill and others.
Mark Dunbar was mentioned in a sasine on 24 July 1612. Instrument of sasine in favour of Mark Dunbar of Grangehill. Conveying the office of bailliary and justiciary of Pluscarden.
In 1618 there is mentions of Mark Dunbar as tacksman of Moy..
     Mark died circa 1644 in Grangehill, MOR, SCT. He was mentioned in Records of Elgin in 1602. In 1644 Ninian signed a clare constat to allow John & Alexander to live there after Mark’s death [C Kuhn]. He's heir was Ninian Dunbar on 25 July 1644 in Kintessack, Dyke, Moray.
Mark Dunbar was mentioned in a sasine on 29 March 1676. Extract special retour of the service of Sir Robert Dunbar of Grangehill. Serving him as heir to his grandfather, Mark Dunbar, late of Grangehill, in parts of fishings in the River Findhorn and other subjects lying within the sheriffdom of Elgin. Expede at Nairn.

Child of Mark Dunbar and Isabel Falconer

Martha Georgiana Dunbar

(before 10 May 1811 - 17 March 1886)
     Martha Georgiana Dunbar was born before 10 May 1811 in Clanbrassil St, Dublin, Ireland. She was christened on 10 May 1811 in St Peter, Dublin. She was the daughter of Major John Killigrew Dunbar and Jane Mary Vivian.
Martha Georgiana Dunbar married Alfred Alexander De Lessert, son of Marc Antoine? De Lessert, on 7 April 1832 in St Peter, Dublin, Ireland. She was of York St at the time and the witness was G A F Halahan, her half brother's brother in law.
Martha Georgiana Dunbar was listed in a directory dated 1866 as Mrs Martha De Lessert at Portland Row, Dublin, Ireland.
     Martha died on 17 March 1886 in Dublin, Ireland. De Lessert - March 17, at O'Connell Villa, Berkeley road, Dublin. Martha Georgina, relict of the late Alfred de Lessert, lo Dawson street, eldest daughter of the late Major Dunbar, Garrison House, county Fermanagh, and niece of the late Earl of Nromanton.. She was buried on 20 March 1886 in St George, Dublin. Martha G De Lessert, of 2 O'Connell Villas, aged 74.

Children of Martha Georgiana Dunbar and Alfred Alexander De Lessert

Mary Dunbar

(circa 1670 - 19 June 1771)
     Mary Dunbar was born circa 1670 in Ireland. She was the daughter of Major John Dunbar and Catherine Wynne.
Mary Dunbar married Rev Thomas Palmer.
     Mary Dunbar was mentioned in the will of Ann Dunbar dated 18 June 1747.
     Mary Dunbar made a will dated 5 August 1769 in Dublin.
     Mary died on 19 June 1771 in Dublin, Ireland. Mrs Palmer, aged 101, niece of Lt Gen Owen Wynne & sister Major John Dunbar.
     Her will was proved on 20 July 1771 at the Prerogative Court of Armagh, Ireland.

Child of Mary Dunbar and Rev Thomas Palmer

Mary Emily Frances Dunbar

(circa 1839 - after 1910)
     Mary Emily Frances Dunbar was born circa 1839 in Paris, France. Only daughter and heiress.. She was the daughter of George Dunbar and Emily Baker.
     Mary resided at 125 Champs Elysees, Paris, France, 1870.
     In Emily Baker's will dated 30 November 1870 in 22 Davies St, Berkeley Square, London, St George Hanover Square, Mary Emily Frances Dunbar was named as heir.
     Mary Emily Frances Dunbar was recorded on the 1871 census in 3 Clarence Place, Dover, Kent, England. Mary E F Dunbar, visitor, unmarried, aged 31 born Paris, with Adeline Birisand?, servant, unmarried, 34, born France the only other occupants in the household of Caroline Apps, unmarried 36, lodging house keeper, born Dover.
     Mary Emily Frances Dunbar was mentioned in the will of Emily Baker.
     Mary Emily Frances Dunbar was recorded on the 1891 census in 72 Charlton Lodge Rd, Charlton, Dover, Kent. Mary Dunbar, boarder, single, aged 51 born Paris France (British subject), living on own means, with Caroline Apps, head, single, 56, living on own means, her niece Minnie Apps, single, 18, both living on own means, born Dover & Tonbridge.
     Mary Emily Frances Dunbar was recorded on the 1901 census in 13 Spring Gardens, Dover, Kent. Mary Dunbar, lodger single, 61, living on own means, born France, British subject.
     Mary died after 1910 in Ireland. "unmarried and too old for children" [E H V Dunbar to J K Dunbar, 1910].

Matilda Helena Clara Dunbar

(12 December 1846 - )
     Matilda Helena Clara Dunbar was commonly known as Clara. She was born on 12 December 1846 in Lahore, Punjab, India (now Pakistan). She was the daughter of Capt Charles Dunbar and Elizabeth Bachelor. Matilda Helena Clara Dunbar was christened on 4 April 1847 in Lahore, Punjab . Daughter of Charles & Clara! Dunbar of Lahore, Capt in the 10th Foot.
She was brought up with her cousin Edward Hussey Vivian by Jane Dunbar, her step grandmother, in Dublin, until her death in 1864..
     Matilda resided at 1 Derrymount Parade, Dublin, Ireland, 1896.
     Matilda died in Ireland.

Nance Dunbar

     Nance Dunbar married Capt Daniel MacKenzie, son of Capt Bernard MacKenzie, before 1650.

Child of Nance Dunbar and Capt Daniel MacKenzie

Naomi Dunbar

(before 1723 - )
     Naomi Dunbar was born before 1723. She was the daughter of Ludovick Dunbar and Elizabeth Dunbar.
Naomi Dunbar married Ludovic Gordon on 10 June 1737 in Inverness, Inverness-shire.
Naomi Dunbar married Robert Tulloch (of Bogton) as her second husband, in 1743..

Nicholas Dunbar

(4 August 1625 - October 1718)
     Nicholas Dunbar was also known as Nicolas Dunbar (Laird of Castlefield, Cullen, after 1667) in records. Nicholas Dunbar was also known as Nicholas Dunbar (of Tillinach (Nisbet) and Boggs) in records. He was christened on 4 August 1625 in Elgin, Moray. He was the son of Nicolas Dunbar and Grace or Griswell Mavor.
Nicholas Dunbar married Christian Campbell circa 1652?. She was the daughter of Sir John Campbell, fifth Knight of Calder..
Elizabeth Lawtie married secondly Nicholas Dunbar circa 1667. She was the widow and heir of George Dunbar of Castlefield. He acquired the Castlefield estate with this marriage.
He was appointed Sheriff-depute of Banffshire on 2 Feb 1693. He foundedthe Dykeside branch according to Chris Kuhn - evidence not yet quoted. However the minister in Birnie in1599-1601 was William Dunbar and on 22 June 1659 Alexander Dunbar was incumbent until he moved to Essil in July 1663..
     Nicholas died in October 1718 in Cullen, Banffshire, aged 93.

Children of Nicholas Dunbar and Christian Campbell

Children of Nicholas Dunbar and Elizabeth Lawtie

Child of Nicholas Dunbar

Nicholas Dunbar

(before 1370? - after 1421)
     Nicholas Dunbar was born illegitimate before 1370?. He was the son of George Dunbar 10th Earl of March.
The Earl had also a natural son, Nicholas, for whom in 1394, the Pope was petitioned for a dispensation that he might be ordained, but apparently he did not adopt the clerical office, as in 1421 he was a prisoner in the Tower with his brother Sir David, and is then described as 'Esquire.'.
     Nicholas died after 1421.

Nicholas Dunbar

     Nicholas Dunbar was the son of John Dunbar.
He had issue at Dykeside.

Nicholas Dunbar

(17 November 1653 - )
     Nicholas Dunbar was christened on 17 November 1653 in Edinburgh, Midlothian. He was the son of Nicholas Dunbar and Christian Campbell.

Nicolas Dunbar

(before 1570 - 31 January 1651)
     Nicolas Dunbar was born before 1570 in Scotland. He was the son of Rev John Dunbar and Margaret Urquhart?
     Nicolas Dunbar was employed was burgess and baillie, Elgin.
He was possibly the Nicholas Dunbar of Boggs mentioned in 1604 with David Dunbar, & Isobel Dunbar/Maver, [#177 Innes writs].
     Nicolas Dunbar of Boggs was elected Bailie of Forres 30 Sep 1610, councillors included John Dunbar of Moyness, Alex Dunbar of Westfield, James Dunbar of Tarbert, Mark Dunbar of Grangehill, James Dunbar of Boggs. On 30 Sep 1611 he was replaced as baillie by James Dunbar.
Nicolas Dunbar married Grace or Griswell Mavor.
     Nicolas died on 31 January 1651 in Elgin, Moray, Scotland. He was buried in Elgin Cathedral.

Children of Nicolas Dunbar and Grace or Griswell Mavor

Ninian Dunbar

( - circa 1673?)
     Ninian Dunbar was also known as Ninian Dunbar (of Grangehill) in records. He was the son of Mark Dunbar and Isabel Falconer.
Ninian Dunbar married Mary Ogilvy circa 16 February 1614. She was the daughter of Walter Ogilvy of Dunlugas and Banff. 'Stirnet' states: BP1934 & BPGS2001 report Ninian's 2 marriages & 4 sons but are not clear which wife was mother of which son. The attribution below follows CV's schedule..
Ninian Dunbar married secondly Finduella Christian? Dunbar before 1635. Ninian Dunbar, was the second of Grangehill (see Durris/Durn branch). Burke calls her Christian, but the children are born to Finduall.
He was Provost. Ninian Dunbar was served heir to Mark Dunbar on 25 July 1644 in Kintessack, Dyke, Moray.
The Records of the Parliaments of Scotland to 1707: Charles I: Translation > 1646, 3 November, Edinburgh, Parliament > Parliamentary Register 27 March 1647 > Legislation [1646/11/555]
Act [Ninian Dunbar], laird of Grangehill. The estates of parliament, with consent of Alexander Brodie of that ilk, ordain the declaration after-mentioned to be inserted in the ratification granted by the parliament in favour of the laird of Brodie, ratifying the act of the committee of estates of 20 May 1646 passed in his favour, of which declaration the tenor follows, namely: The estates of parliament declare that the aforesaid act and ratification thereof shall in no way be extended against Ninian Dunbar of Grangehill, nor his heirs and successors, nor against any rights of multures, nor against any other rights, indentures, actions or other writs or securities personal or real pertaining or competent to him for himself or as heir or apparent heir to any of his predecessors. Whereupon the said Ninian Dunbar of Grangehill asked instruments, and further protested that the aforesaid ratification, with all that might follow thereupon, should be without prejudice of any just ground of pursuit and action that could be moved or intended by any gentleman or heritor within the sheriffdom of Elgin and Forres upon any writ or evident against the said Alexander Brodie or his heirs and successors, for himself or as heir to any of his predecessors, unprejudiced by the aforesaid act and ratification thereof. And the said Alexander Brodie of that ilk protested in the contrary of the aforesaid protestation made for the shire and that the act above-mentioned passed in his favour, with the ratification thereof, together with his and his predecessors' 40 years' possession of the lands, teinds and others specified therein and act of prescription in 1617, should be a sufficient ground and right to hold and possess the said lands and others aforesaid..
Charles I: 1646, 3 November, Edinburgh, Parliamentary Register > 16 March 1647 > Act [David Ogilvie], laird of Glaswall. [1646/11/363]1. Act [Ninian Dunbar], laird of Grangehill.
The estates of parliament, taking into their consideration the supplication of Ninian Dunbar of Grangehill showing the losses and sufferings occasioned to him for his constant adherence to the cause and country by the cruel and barbarous enemies thereof, they modify and allow the sum of 10,000 merks Scots to be given to the supplicant for his present subsistence and towards the reparation of his losses, and do hereby recommend to the committee of estates to take some effectual course and way for his payment and satisfaction of the same sum of 10,000 merks, and, for his better furtherance anent the said payment, to receive in from him such overtures and propositions as he shall condescend upon with the names of such malignants as have not as yet been fined nor censured and whose fines are not otherwise assigned nor formerly disposed upon; and accordingly to grant warrant to the supplicant for citation of these persons to compear before the committee of estates to hear themselves fined and sentenced for their malignancy and compliance with the rebels as enemies of the kingdom; and to receive witnesses and other probation to be carried out by the supplicant against them as the committee shall find just and reasonable; and to assign to the supplicant and ordain him to be paid of the fines to be imposed upon the said malignants for their compliance and delinquency, according to the probation to be led and carried out by him against them relating thereto, until he be completely satisfied and paid of the said sum of 10,000 merks Scots modified and allowed to him for his present subsistence and towards the reparation of his losses as is aforesaid. And the estates do hereby prefer him to all others for these fines until his payment..
     Ninian resided at Grangehill, Dyke & Moy, Moray. He also had the lands of Dounduff.
     Ninian died circa 1673?.

Children of Ninian Dunbar and Finduella Christian? Dunbar

Ninian Dunbar

(1 September 1639 - )
     Ninian Dunbar was christened on 1 September 1639 in Dyke & Moy, Moray, Scotland. He was the son of Ninian Dunbar and Finduella Christian? Dunbar.
He may be the Ninian Dunbar who had a son James baptised 23 Jan 1693 at Forres, Janet was the mother's name..