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a. Note:   NOTES: 1st Earl of Dunbar and Baron of Hume DEATH: Genealogies of Kentucky Families, From the Register of theKentucky Historical Society, 1981. Hume Genealogy, Compiled by EdgarE. Hume, Jr., page 527. 2nd Earl, is in some evidences styledFrater Delphini, Raine, App. cxi.witnessed by his son Gospatric, whilst his brother, Waldeve is styledFrater ejus. He died Aug. 16, 1139, as appears from a Coldinghamecharter bearing these words, ea die qua vivus fuit et mortuus, a modeofexpression which occurs in Exon Doomsday quoted in a History of thePerceval Family, and also in Raine, App. xix. xx. xxi.; he witnessedthe foundation charter of the abbey of Scone, 1115, and the foundationof Holyrood in 1128. In 1167, a confirmation of a grant madepreviously by Gospatric, the brother of Delphinus, in which Gospatric,the son of the granter is mentioned. Raine's Durham, App. In asubsequent charter he is called Gospatricius de Dunbar. [From Historyof Dunbar Hume and Dundas from Drummond's Noble British Families,William Pickering, London 1846] is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.