NameSir Patrick de DUNBAR 2nd Of Cumnock & Mochrum , M
Birth Dateabt 1362
Birth PlaceCumnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
Death Date1437
Death PlaceCumnock, Ayrshire, Scotland
FatherSir David de DUNBAR Of Cumnock , M (~1330-<1424)
ChildrenJohn , M (~1385-)
 Patrick , M (~1387-)
Notes for Sir Patrick de DUNBAR 2nd Of Cumnock & Mochrum
Sir Patrick, succeeded his father before 1424, when he was Lord of Cumnock, and was one of the hostages for King James I.

He apparently deceased before 1437, when

his son, Sir John, was lord of Cumnock and Mochrum. Sir John had two sons, Patrick and Cuthbert.

Source: THE SCOTS PEERAGE, ed. by Sir James Balfour Paul, Vol III, Edinburgh, 1906, p. 261

II, Sir Patrick Dunbar of Cumnock and Mochrum. He was appointed one of the hostages for James I in 1423. His estate at this time “was valued at 500 merks serling per annum, which was a very great one in those days.

His lady had a safe conduct to visit him in England in 1426. soon afterwards, he obtained his liberty, for he was appointed one of the ambassadors extra-ordinary to the Court of England in 1428. In 1435 he obtained a safe conduct to that kingdom for himself and twenty persons in his retinue, to negotiate affairs of State.

He died not long after,

leaving issue:

1. Sir John, his heir.
2. Patrick, who had a grant from his father of the lands of Park, Auchentibber, Drumlocherinoch, which were confirmed to him by three charters under the great seal in 1426.

Sir Patrick was succeeded by his eldest son, John.

Source: HISTORY OF THE COUNTY OF AYR … FAMILIES OF AYRSHIRE, by James Paterson, Edinburough, 1848, Vol. 1, p. 353.
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