Viscount of Dunbar

Viscount of Dunbar was a title in the Peerage of Scotland created on 14 November 1620, along with the title Lord Constable, for Sir Henry Constable. The titles have been dormant since the death of the 4th Viscount in 1718.

Viscount of Dunbar
Arms of Constable: Or, three bars azure.[1]
Creation date14 November 1620
MonarchJames VI and I
PeeragePeerage of Scotland
First holderHenry Constable, 1st Viscount of Dunbar
Last holderWilliam Constable, 4th Viscount of Dunbar
Subsidiary titlesLord Constable
StatusDormant
Extinction date15 August 1718
MottoSANS MAUVAIS DÉSIR
(Without the wrong desire)

Viscounts of Dunbar (1620)

  • Henry Constable, 1st Viscount of Dunbar (c. 1588 – 1645)
  • John Constable, 2nd Viscount of Dunbar (1615 – c. 1668)
  • Robert Constable, 3rd Viscount of Dunbar (1651–1714)
  • William Constable, 4th Viscount of Dunbar (1654–1718)

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  1. Crest: A Dragon’s Head Argent, with three Collars Argent, each charged with three Lozenges. Supporters: Dexter: A Bull Argent, armed, collared and chained Or; Dexter: A Lion Gules, ducally crowned Or.
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