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  • ID: I12460
  • Name: Patrick de Dunbar 9th Earl of Dunbar 1
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: ABT 1304 in Dunbar Castle, East Lothian, Scotland
  • Death: Dspm 11 NOV 1368
  • Name: Patrick de DUNBAR



    Father: Patrick de Dunbar 8th Earl of Dunbar b: ABT 1275 in of Dunbar, East lothian, Scotland
    Mother: Ermengarde de Soulis? b: ABT 1280 in Scotland

    Marriage 1 Agnes "Black Agnes" Randolph b: ABT 1307 in Stranith, Dumfreisshire, Scotland
    • Married: AFT SEP 1320 in Scotland
    Children
    1. Has No Children Patrick de Dunbar b: ABT 1325 in Dunbar Castle, East Lothian, Scotland
    2. Has No Children John de Dunbar b: ABT 1330 in Dunbar Castle, East Lothian, Scotland

    Sources:
    1. Title: Burke's Peerage and Baronetage/Landed Gentry/ Scotland/Ireland/United Stated Website
      Page: DUNBAR OF MOCHRUM, CHIEF OF DUNBAR
      Text: PATRICK de DUNBAR, 8th EARL OF DUNBAR/(2nd) EARL OF MARCH; b c 1285; initially pro-English, playing host at Dunbar Castle to the defeated EDWARD II after the rout of Bannockburn 1314 and facilitating his escape back to England; later supported Scottish independence and helped take Berwick 1318 (by which time Sheriff Lothian); cmded Scottish troops at defeats by English of Dupplin 1332 and Halidon Hill 1333, following which he again went over to the English but after a year or so ratted on them a second time, subsequently cmdg the Scottish left wing at the defeat by the English of Neville s Cross 1346; he appears to have deserted the Scots Crown yet a third time by Feb 1360/1 since in that month he is called a rebel and his lands are pronounced forfeited; m 1st by 1303 Ermengarde ?; m 2nd just after Sept 1320 Agnes (known as Black Agnes ; held Dunbar Castle nearly five months against the English from Jan 1337/8 until they raised the siege entirely), dau of Thomas Randolph, 1st Earl of Moray (see MORAY, E, preliminary remarks), was cr in right of her EARL OF MARCH AND MORAY 1357/8, resigning his Earldom of Dunbar/March to the Crown for regrant 25 July 1368 to his great-nephew and heir male GEORGE (see below), and dspms 11 Nov 1368, by which time the Earldom of March and Moray appears to have reverted to the Crown

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