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Subject: [DNA-R1B1C7] William Dunbar (1752-1798),immigrated from Ireland to South Carolina
Date: Sun, 21 Oct 2007 10:08:38 EDT

_DeHuff, Elizabeth Willis (Elizabeth Mary Willis)_
21937&name=DeHuff,+Elizabeth+Willis) , 1886- (
Main Author)_Jaggard, William_
William) (Main Author)
_Clan Dunbar Society of America_
unbar+Society+of+America,+null) (Added Author)William Dunbar (1752-1798),
of Scottish lineage, immigrated from Ireland to South Carolina, and eventually
settled in Barnwell County, South Carolina. He was joined there in 1780 by
his father, James Dunbar (1730-1784). Descendants and relatives lived in South
Carolina, North Carolina, Georgia, Mississippi and elsewhere. Includes
family history and genealogical data (with some nobility) to 1066 A.D. in Ireland,
Scotland, England and elsewhere.King Bidanu was crowned in 570 and died in
604 A.D. "He received the ensigns of royalty from Saint Columba." The latest
entry on the chart is Mary Seton Dunbar, born in 1907 at West Kirby, Cheshire;
daughter of Katharine Hilda Dunbar Kelly (b. 1870) who married Ernest Henry
Walker Butterworth. Includes kings of Scotland from 570 to 1390 A.D., kings
of England from 802 to 1016 A.D., and the Dunbar line.
Includes Beggs, Black, Holder, McQuiston, Robison, Rountree, Allen, Ashley,
Blount, Bostick, Boyd, Brown, Buckingham, Bush, Cannon, Eve, Furse, Galphin,
Garvin, Hammond, Harris, Herndon, Hext, Johnson, Jones, Kirkland, Laffitte,
Landoc, Linson, Little, Matthewson, Morall, Otis, Patrick, Peeples, Prentiss,
Reynolds, Robbins, Simkins, Snelling, Smith, Sykes, Turner, Vince, Walton,
Williams, Wilson, Wise, Wood and related families.


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