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  1. Elizabeth Dunbar: Birth: ABT 1754 in Virginia.

  2. Cyrus William Dunbar: Birth: 1798 in Virginia. Death: ABT 1865 in Franklin Co., IL

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a. Note:   John Dunbar (iii) and Elizabeth Osborn(e) John Dunbar (iii) was born about 1759 in Virginia. He was the son of John Dunbar (ii) (b. 1730, d. 1794) and Sarah Chilton (b. 1737, d. 1795), and was the grandson of John Dunbar (l) who was deported to Virginia from England in 1716 as a 15-year-old Jacobite prisoner. John Dunbar (iii) married Elizabeth Osborn(e) 10 February, 1783. (NOTE: some sources show the marriage of John Dunbar (iii) and Elizabeth Osborn as occuring on 10 February 1783, and some on 6 August 1784 -- both in Greenbriar, Virginia.) Elizabeth Osborne was born in 1763, in Rockingham County, Virginia, to John A. Osbourne (b: 17 APR 1729 in Augusta Co., VA, d. 1806) and Elizabeth 'Beth' Claypoole (b: 11 JAN 1738/39 in Cedar Branch, Rockingham Co., VA., d. 1805.) NOTE: It is through Elizabeth Osborn and her mother, Elizabeth Claypoole, that the descendants of John Dunbar (iii) trace their ancestry back to the Plantagenet royalty of medieval Europe (and beyond that, to Charlemagne.) NOTE: It is also along this "Osborn/Claypoole branch" that we find the Angell-Povey marriage in the late 1500s. William Angell was a wealthy and powerful man of his time -- he was the official fishmonger and royal acatery to two English kings, James I and Charles I (a fishmonger was a merchant who sold fish, and the acatery was the person in Elizabethan times who supplied "fully dressed" fresh meat and fish, to reduce labor in the kitchen -- "acatery" is the source of our modern word "caterer".)<b> </b>William Angell married three times, and fathered some 14 children. One of these 14 children, James (b. abt. 1598), was an ancestor of Emory Smith, and of his son, Michael. James' younger sister, Mary (b. 1601), was an ancestor of Elizabeth Osborn, and through her, of Vernon Dunbar, and his daughter, Donna. Some 370 years later the marriage of Michael and Donna in 1970 -- and the birth of their two children, Matthew (b. 1973) and Theresa (b. 1975) -- brought these two ancestral lines of James and Mary Angell together again. John Dunbar and Elizabeth Osborn had the following children: ---- Mary Dunbar; b. after 1783 ---- Bailey Dunbar; b. after 1783 ---- Warren Dunbar; b. after 1783 ---- Gilbert Dunbar; b. after 1783 ---- Elizabeth Dunbar ; b. after 1783 ---- James Dunbar ; b. after 1783 ---- Levi Dunbar; b. after 1783 ---- John Dunbar; b. after 1783 ---- Reuben Dunbar; b. after 1783 ---- Cyrus William Dunbar (b. 1798 Virginia, d. abt 1865 Franklin Co., IL.) After his father, John (ii) died in the late 1790s, John (iii) moved his family to Kentucky about 1800, where they lived successively in Lincoln, Adair, and Russell counties. They were accompanied in this move by John's brother, Rueben, and John's mother, Sarah Chilton Dunbar. Elizabeth died in 1804, in Shenandoah, VA, at age 44. SOURCES: [1] http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=zacchai&id=I24842 [2] http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=garymarian&id=I10440 [3] FamilySearch.com: John Dunbar any Event, 1754 - 1764, Virginia [4] John DUNBAR - Ancestral File, Gender: M Marriage: Abt 1760 Virginia [5] http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:3255746&id=I562


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