I dunno - maybe good stuff

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asked in The Tree House by Eddie King G2G6 Pilot (359k points)
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Thanks for bringing this forward. A fair amount of it is useful, and the DNA is certainly a significant item to follow, for the most recent Dunbars

My focus has been to study and get educated on the pre 1500 lines of House of Dunbar. I would welcome seeing other peoples comments on this web site you list above relevance to pre1500. I see some misleading or puzzling sections on the pre1500descent from Maldred. those are tough, and WT has problems also, but beware that this isnt a full answer on the Gospatric descendants
answered by Marty Ormond G2G6 Mach 5 (53.5k points)
Please provide a link to a fellow of this direct paternal line in WikiTree.

Are their any Y-DNA tested descendants in WikiTree?

Thanks and sincerely, Peter

A quick search turned up Dunbar-2377 .  But you would have to try and follow it back to see if there is any substance to the claim that he traces back to Gospatric Dunbar.   I don't see any good sources on the profiles. . . 

Sir William Arbuthnot is PM on a line of Dunbar of Grangehill.  See https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Dunbar-1849 .  Maybe you can contact him to see if he knows of male descendants . . .

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