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George Dunbar

Male Abt 1340 - 1420  (~ 80 years)

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  • Name George Dunbar 
    Alternate birth Abt 1336  [1
    Birth Abt 1340  [2
    Gender Male 
    Alternate death Between 1416 and 31 Mar 1423  [1, 3
    Death 1420  [2
    Person ID I27319  Ancestry of PNH, TNH, and others | Ancestor of JMF, Ancestor of TWK
    Last Modified 22 Mar 2020 

    Father Patrick Dunbar   d. Between 1356 and 1357, On pilgrimage to the Holy Land Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother Isabel Randolph,   b. Abt 1320   d. Aft 1360 (Age ~ 41 years) 
    Marriage Abt 1340  [2
    Family ID F16313  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Cristina Wardlaw   d. Aft 1418 
    +1. David Dunbar,   b. of Auchtermonzie, Fife, Scotland Find all individuals with events at this locationd. Aft 12 Dec 1452
    +2. George Dunbar,   b. Abt 1370   d. Between 1455 and 1457 (Age ~ 85 years)
    Family ID F16310  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart
    Last Modified 31 May 2021 

  • Notes 
    • 10th Earl of Dunbar. CP styles him "Earl of March, or Dunbar."

      "[E]ngaged in Border warfare to regain his hereditary land from the English, sacking Roxburgh in 1378, at the battle of Otterburn in 1388, broke with the Scottish king in 1400 and entered English service, gained high favor with King Henry IV, fighting for him at Homildon Hill and Shewsbury, later reconciled with the Scottish regent and restored to his earldom before June 1409." [The Ancestry of Charles II, citation details below]

      "[I]n the reign of Robert II (1370-90) he is styled Lord of Annandale and Man. A Warden of the Marches, 1372; was at the Parl. at Scone, 1373, when the succession to the throne was settled; accompanied Douglas in his raid into England, after whose death at Otterburn, in 1388, the command of the Scots devolved on him. His da., Elizabeth, having been betrothed to the Duke of Rothesay, the h. ap. to the Crown, and that prince, disregarding such contract (having m. Marjorie Douglas in Feb. 1399/1400), the Earl renounced his allegiance, 25 July 1400, and joined the English, whose King (Henry IV) granted him the forfeited estates of the Lord Bardolf, he having assisted at the battles of Homildon Hill, 14 Sep. 1402, and of Shrewsbury, 23 July 1403. After the death of Robert III in 1406, he treated with the Regent Albany for restoration to Scotland. This, however, was not effected without his resigning, to the all powerful Earl of Douglas, the Lordship of Annandale, the Castle of Lochmaben, &c., by charter 2 Oct. 1409. In 1411 he was one of the Commissioners for a truce with England." [Complete Peerage, citation details below]

  • Sources 
    1. [S128] The Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom, Extant, Extinct or Dormant ed. Vicary Gibbs, H. A. Doubleday, Duncan Warrand, Howard de Walden, Geoffrey H. White and R. S. Lea. 2nd edition. 14 volumes (1-13, but volume 12 spanned two books), London, The St. Catherine Press, 1910-1959. Volume 14, "Addenda & Corrigenda," ed. Peter W. Hammond, Gloucestershire, Sutton Publishing, 1998.

    2. [S1480] The Ancestry of Charles II, King of England: A Medieval Heritage by Charles M. Hansen and Neil D. Thompson. Saline, Michigan: McNaughton and Gunn, 2012.

    3. [S76] The Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford University Press, 2004-ongoing., years only.