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Robert Dunbar, of Hingham MP (c.1630 - 1693)

Robert Dunbar was probably born about 1630-1634 in Scotland. According to tradition, Robert was a native of Morayshire, Scotland. No proof of his parentage has been ascertained. He died at Hingham, MA....

2/4/2008 9/5/2015

Ann Stewart (1632 - 1729)

"Winchester", "Winchurch", "Winehurst"

She was an indentured servant along with Duncan whom she married later.

7/17/2007 6/18/2015

Duncan Stewart, in Kilmadock (1629 - 1717)

"Dunkin Steward", "Stewert"

Duncan Stewart was probably sent to the colonies as a prisoner of war after either the battle of Dunbar or Worcester. Very few Scots came to the colonies around 1650 with the exception of those prisone...

7/17/2007 6/18/2015

Robert Junkins (1621 - 1699)

5/11/2011 2/28/2015

Robert Guthrie MP (c.1635 - 1692)

"Gutterig", "Guttridge", "Gutridge", "Guthridge", "Goodridge", "Goodrich"

Robert Guthrie Died: on Block Island, December 3, 1692; buried in the graveyard on Block Island.* Married: 1 wife, Margaret Ireland, born 1633; died on Block Island April 5, 1687; buried there,...

6/7/2009 2/11/2015

Alexander Innes (1632 - 1679)

1. Alexander Innes , born before 1632 in Scotland, died 9 October 1679 in Block Island, Washington County, Rhode Island; married before 1652 in Plymouth, Massachusetts, Catherine _______, born 1635 eit...

9/5/2008 1/21/2015

William Cahoon MP (1633 - 1675)


William Colquhoun fought the English in the brutal battles of Dunbar and Worcester in Scotland, and was captured by the Army of Parliament. He was indentured to the iron mines in Braintree, Massachuset...

9/17/2007 1/12/2015

Fenell Ross (c.1637 - d.)

8/7/2008 7/3/2014

John Clark was one of the Scottish POWs brought over on the ship Unity in 1650 after capture in the Battle of Dunbar to work as an indentured servant. Like many of his compatriots, he worked for a time...

2/19/2009 4/11/2013

James Ross MP (c.1620 - 1690)

[He] came from London on the ship "John & Sarah," in 1651; he served in King Philip's war, and was one of those who suffered losses because of the depredations of the Indians. James Ross, a Royalist ...

12/12/2007 6/24/2012

John MacBean (1634 - c.1718)

"Bean", "Beene", "MacBayne"

John MacBean (Bean or MacBayne), son of Donald MacBean and Margaret Jane MacGillis, was raised in Inverness, at the head of Moray Firth in northern Scotland. At the age of 18, he joined the Scottish fo...

7/13/2008 3/25/2011

Major John Sinclair MP (c.1634 - 1700)

"John Sinkler"

One line of research suggests he might have been a son of Henry Sinclair of Lybster and Janet Sutherland of Duffus . The line is still speculative, however. He was taken prisoner at the Battle of Wor...

8/17/2008 3/22/2011

Peter Grant MP (c.1634 - 1718)

The James Grant who married Elizabeth Everell was NOT his father, but he was a kinsman. Peter Grant was captured at the Battle of Dunbar on 3 September 1650 and deported to America. During the Engl...

3/8/2008 3/22/2011