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  1. Patrick of DUNBAR: Birth: BEF 13 DEC 1213 in Dunbar Castle, East Lothian, Scotland. Death: 24 AUG 1289 in Whittingham, Northumberland, England

  2. Waldeve (Waltheof) of DUNBAR: Birth: ABT 1215. Death: AFT 3 FEB 1245

  3. Agnes DUNBAR: Birth: ABT 1219 in Dunbar Castle, East Lothian, Scotland.


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a. Note:   N27630 !PATRICK (DE DUNBAR), EARL OF DUNBAR [SCT], son and heir by 1st wife. He had an order for seisin of his lands 22 February 1232/3. He was in command of the army sent in 1235 against the Bastard of Galloway, whom he subdued; was guarantor of a treaty with England in 1237, and again in 1244. He started for the Crusade under Louis IX., King of France, in November 1247. He married, in or before 1213, Eupheme, daughter of William de Brus by Christina, daughter of [----] [and Earl Patrick's stepsister]. He died between May and December 1248, at Marseilles. His widow, who lived at Whittingham in East Lothian, died probably about 1267. Complete Peerage IV:506 as amended by CP XIV 283 !He [Ralph Fitz William] married, 2ndly [1st wife unknown] (royal licence, 1 November 1281, for a fine of 100 marks, Margery, widow of Sir Nicholas CORBET (who died before 25 December 1280) (a), and 2nd daughter and coheir of Sir Hugh DE BOLEBEK, of Angerton, Doddington, Styford, Shotley, and Heddon, Northumberland, by Tiphaine, his wife: she was aged 21 and more in 1262. (a) He, who was son and heir of William, a son of Patric, Earl of Dunbar, was living 20 July 1280. Complete Peerage V:513-6. !PATRICK de Dunbar (-Marseille [May/Dec] 1248). He succeeded his father in 1232 as 5th Earl of Dunbar. He commanded the army which quelled the rebellion of the Bastard of Galloway in 1235. He left on Crusade with Louis IX King of France in Nov 1247 but died en route[459]. Matthew of Paris records the death of "comes Patricius qui inter magnates ScoitiƦ potentissimus habebatur"[460]. m (1213 or before) EUPHEME, daughter of [461]WILLIAM de Brus of Annandale & his wife Christine --- (-[1267]). Earl Patrick & his wife had one child: a) PATRICK de Dunbar ([1213]- Whittingham 24 Aug 1289, bur Dunbar). He succeeded his father in 1248 as 6th Earl of Dunbar. [459] CP IV 506 and Chronicle of Melrose, 1248, p. 87. [460] MP, Vol. V, 1248, p. 41. [461] MacEwan, A. B. W. The Genealogist vol. 9 (1988), p. 236, cited in CP XIV, p. 283. Eupheme was consequently Patrick's stepsister, daughter of his father's second wife by her first husband. [Ref: FMG online at: http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/SCOTTISH%20NOBILITY.htm#_ftnref394] !DUNBAR , EARLDOM [S.] ,V. 1232. 5. Patrick (de Dunbar), Earl of Dunbar [S.], s. and h. by 1st wife. He had an order for seisin of his lands 22 Feb. 1232/3. He was in command of the army sent in 1235 against the Bastard of Galloway, whom he subdued; was guarantor of a treaty with England in 1237, and again in 1244. He started for the Crusade under Louis IX, King of France, in November 1247. He m., in or before 1213, Eupheme, da. of William de Brus by Christina, daughter of (___) (and Earl Patrick's stepsister)*. He d. between May and Dec. 1248, at Marseilles. His widow, who lived at Whittingham in East Lothian, d. probably about 1267. [Ref: CP IV:506 as emended by CP XIV 283] * MacEwan, _op. cit._, pp. 231, 236. [This probably is Andrew B.W. MacEwan, _The Genealogist_, vol. 9, 1988 !PATRICK de Dunbar, son of WALTHEOF Earl [of Dunbar] & his wife Aline --- (1152-31 Dec 1232, bur Eccles St Mary, Berwick[452]). He assumed the style "Earl of Dunbar", from his castle at Dunbar, the first of his family to do so although Burke's Peerage[453] and the Complete Peerage[454] refer to him as 4th Earl, with his predecessors numbered accordingly. Justiciary of Lothian, and Keeper of Berwick. He founded a monastery of the Red Friars at Dunbar in 1218[455]. The Liber Pluscardensis records that "comes Marchiarum et dominus de Dunbar" became a monk in 1231 and died soon after[456]. m firstly (1184[457]) ADA, illegitimate daughter of WILLIAM "the Lion" King of Scotland & his mistress --- (-1200). m secondly (probably before 1208[458]) as her second husband, CHRISTINE, widow of WILLIAM de Brus of Annandale, daughter of ---. Earl Patrick & his first wife had [five] children: 1. PATRICK de Dunbar (-Marseille [May/Dec] 1248). He succeeded his father in 1232 as 5th Earl of Dunbar. He commanded the army which quelled the rebellion of the Bastard of Galloway in 1235. He left on Crusade with Louis IX King of France in Nov 1247 but died en route[459]. Matthew of Paris records the death of "comes Patricius qui inter magnates ScoitiƦ potentissimus habebatur"[460]. m (1213 or before) EUPHEME, daughter of [461]WILLIAM de Brus of Annandale & his wife Christine --- (-[1267]). Earl Patrick & his wife had one child: a) PATRICK de Dunbar ([1213]- Whittingham 24 Aug 1289, bur Dunbar). He succeeded his father in 1248 as 6th Earl of Dunbar. 2. [462]WILLIAM (-1253[463]). He was "Willelmus filius comitis Patricii" in a charter of the monastery of Kelso. m CHRISTIANA de Corbet, daughter and heiress of WALTER de Corbet, of Mackerston & his wife --- (-1241, bur Melrose Abbey[464]). 3. [465]ADAM . 4. [466]ROBERT . 5. ADA de Dunbar . [467]m firstly WILLIAM de Courtenay, of Bulwick, Upminster and Morle, son of ROBERT de Courtenay Lord of Sutton, Berkshire & his first wife Maud of Bulwick (-18 Jan before [1214/15]). Lord of Montgommery 30 Jun 1207. [468]m secondly THEOBALD de Lascelles of Aylesby, son of [469][ROGER de Lascelles & his wife Beatrice ---]. [470]m thirdly WILLIAM FitzPatrick "of Greenland"[471], son of [PATRICK de Dunbar Lord of Greenlaw & his wife ---] . According to Burke's Extinct Peerage[472], William was "William Dunbar, ancestor of the Earls of Home", which supports the assumption made about the identity of his father. [459] CP IV 506 and Chronicle of Melrose, 1248, p. 87. [460] MP, Vol. V, 1248, p. 41. [461] MacEwan, A. B. W. The Genealogist vol. 9 (1988), p. 236, cited in CP XIV, p. 283. Eupheme was consequently Patrick's stepsister, daughter of his father's second wife by her first husband. [462] BEP, p. 606. [463] Chronicle of Melrose, 1253, p. 89, where he is referred to as "William the earl's son". [464] Chronicle of Melrose, 1241, p. 67, where she is described as "Christiana Corbet, the wife of William, the son of the earl". [465] BEP, p. 606. [466] BEP, p. 606. [467] ES III 629. [468] ES III 629. [469] CP VII 444-5. [470] ES III 629. [471] ES III 629. This place is assumed to be the same as "Greenlaw", of which William's assumed father was lord in [1228]. [472] BEP, p. 606. [Ref: FMG online at: http://fmg.ac/Projects/MedLands/SCOTTISH%20NOBILITY.htm#_ftnref394]


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