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  • Agnes Dundas (1360 - d.)
    Notes2 - Adam Forrester, was a successful merchant in Edinburgh, and probably acquired the greater part of his fortune in the reign of David II by trading with England. In the Rotuli Scotiae, we find a...
  • Agnes Dundas (1424 - c.1486)
    The Thirlestane Castle Trust * Thirlestane Castle From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  • Agnes Dundas (c.1467 - 1557)
    SIR GAVIN MAXWELL, FOURTH OF CALDERWOOK, 1481-1489,To whom his father propelled the succession to his estates in his own lifetime by the charters stated in the memoir of his father, which were confirme...
  • Alexander Mann Dundas (1849 - 1927)
  • Alexander Dundas of Fingask (b. - 1451)
    Alexander Dundas===* Son of: James Dundas 12th of Dundas * and: Christian Stewart* born:* died: * Wife: Elizabeth (Euffame) daughter of Sir Alexander Livingston of Callender * Son: perhaps Alexander D...

About the Dundas surname

About Sir Robert Dundas THE HOUSE OF NOBILITY SWEDEN: The Dundas is said to have originated in England with a James Dundas as the oldest known ancestor. His great-grandson, a cousin of the above Alexander Seton on his wife's mother's side, the landowner Robert Dundas (died 1838), was knighted by royal resolution given 1807 1/8 in the Headquarters in Stralsund by King Gustav IV Adolf with adoption on the family Seton's name and coat of arms . He was introduced 1809 12/10 under family no. 2139 but closed his family branch 1838 23/4. The original naturalization letter from 1785 has been deposited in Riddarhuset since 2011. Choice language: Hazard zit forward »Forward despite the risk«.

Robert Dundas, nobleman and adopt. Seton. Owned Åkersberg's property in Skåne. Noble and adopt. on adl. family Seton 1807-08-01 (introd. 1809-10-12). Died 1838-04-23 in England without heirs, so this family branch is considered the expiration. Married to a cousin of the Dundas family, but divorced her.