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Dunbars of Plymouth
I have lost contact with some of my Plymouth family and would welcome any information on the following (who are my cousins, one time removed), their family and descendants

Lilian B. Dunbar, married Cole
Frederick J. Dunbar, married M. Worthy
Roy William Dunbar, married A. Steer, D. Gibbs
Vera E. Dunbar, married A. Merino
Olive Joan Dunbar, married J. Kent
Iris Doreen Dunbar, married Dormer, Greenslade
Betty W. Dunbar, married Veitch
Jean Dunbar (b. 1932)




Posted Jul 2015
Plymouth, Devon

 



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Researching the Dunbar family, worldwide, any time. My own family roots are in Morayshire, Scotland, but we became established in Plymouth, Devon in the mid-1800's. Today several family members may be found in Devon and in other parts of the UK, but others have become established overseas in Australia, Canada, and the US. Recently family members have undergone DNA testing in order to confirm our Scottish roots and as more Dunbars participate perhaps my own line will be traceable beyond the present mid-1700's 'brick wall'.



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