Dunbar Family History & Genealogy
Biographies & Family Trees
Dunbar Last Name History & Origin
Nationality & Ethnicity
These are the earliest records we have of the Dunbar family.
- Madlred Earl of Malcolm Dunbar born 1005
- Waltheof Earl of Dunbar born 1062
- Waldeve Dunbar born 1088
- Gospatric De Dunbar Earl of De Dunbar Lothian, Earl of Lothian born 1090
- Gospatric 3rd of Dunbar born 1095
- Sybil of De Dunbar, of Douglas born 1124
- Waltheof De Dunbar 4th Earl of Scotland 3rd Earl of Dunbar, 4th Earl of Scotland, 3rd Earl of Dunbar born 1131
- Patrick Earl of Dunbar born 1242
- Margaret of Dunbar, of Cockburn born 1425
- Marjory Dunbar Rose born 1562
Dunbar Death Records & Life Expectancy
According to our database of 10,530 people with the last name Dunbar that have a birth and death date listed:
These are the longest-lived members of the Dunbar family on AncientFaces.
- Roy Dunbar lived 114 years
- Mary A Dunbar lived 106 years
- Myrtle C Dunbar lived 106 years
- Sophia Dunbar lived 106 years
- Christina Dunbar lived 106 years
- Jocie Dunbar lived 105 years
- Alta M Dunbar lived 105 years
- Ella G Dunbar lived 104 years
- Daina Leona Dunbar lived 103 years
- Faye E Dunbar lived 103 years
Robert Ellesmore was in journalism, a sub-editor of the "Statesman" before his death in Calcutta in 1932. He married twice; first to Lena Helen Mabel Robertson (b.1880 in Calcutta)in Lucknow in 1902 issue Denis Fitzsimmons Dunbar b. 1903 in Calcutta; then to Hesther Caroline Madden about 1910 - three issue - Nigel Gordon, Aline Athelie and Joan. The two wives were first cousins being grandaughters of James Stuart Robertson and Hesther Priscilla Walter.
Although information re the Robertsons in slowly trickling in, Dunbars in India remain elusive.
Information re journalism is difficult to come by even though Robert spent his whole life in India and you would think there was some trace of his work either with the 'Englisman' and 'Statesman' newspapers.
I feel this Dunbar family were fairly early arrivals to West Bengal possibly in the early 1800s, and some remained until after partition in 1947. One day perhaps I will discover why they are so elusive!