NameUNNAMED , F
Spouses
Birth Dateabt 1300
Birth PlaceSwinwood, Berwickshire, Scotland
Death Dateabt 1357
Death PlaceCandia, Crete
Death MemoDied on his way to the Holy Land
MotherLady Swinwood , F
ChildrenDavid , M (~1330-<1424)
 Agnes / Elizabeth , F (~1335-)
Notes for Patrick (Spouse 1)
Sir Alexander, who is named as the third of the brothers in the compact of 1286 and else where. He had a fee or grant of 20 merks sterling bestowed on him by King Alexander III, which continued to be paid after the King’s death, up to September 1289. There are other unimportant references to him, and he was alive on 26 June 1331, when his son, Sir Patrick, quit-claimes his rights in Swinwood to the monks of Coldingham.

It is not known when he died.

The name of his wife is nowhere stated. Sir Alexander had issue, so far as is known, one son:

1. Sir Patrick ...

Source: THE SCOTS PEERAGE, ed. by Sir James Balfour Paul, Vol III, Edinburgh, 1906, pp. 259-60.
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Sir Patrick in 1331, as son of Sir Alexander, son of the Earl, quit-claimed his rights in Swinwood to the monks of Coldingham. He was present at the battle of Durham in 1346, and also at Poictiers in 1356, but

died and was buried at Candia, on his way to the Holy Land in 1356-57.

He married, perhaps as his second wife, Isabella, younger daughter of Thomas Randolph, first Earl of Moray.

Isabella Randolph survived her husband, and on 20 July 1361, as Isabella Ranulph, heiress of John Ranulph, Earl of Moray, etc. (her brother), she confirmed a charter by Andrew del Garvyauch, of date 8 August 1357.

Sir Patrick’s seal, attached to the writ of 1352, shows a lion rampant within a double tressure. Legend, ‘Sigillvm Patricii de Dvnbar.’ His wife’s seal shows a shield with impaled arms, the first of husband and wife known in Scotland. Dexter, a lion rampant, within a royal tressure; sinister, three cushions in a royal tressure for Randolph. Legend, ’Sigill Isabel de Dunbar.’

Sir Patrick Dunbar and Isabella Randolph had issue:

1. George, who became tenth Earl of Dunbar ...
2. John, who was, in 1372, created Earl of Moray.
3. Sir Patrick Dunbar of Bele or Biel ...
4. Agnes, whom George, Earl of Dunbar, styles his very dear sister ...

Source: THE SCOTS PEERAGE, ed. by Sir James Balfour Paul, Vol III, Edinburgh, 1906, p. 260
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