Agnes Dunbar (mistress)
She was the niece (and possibly fosterling) of Agnes Randolph, Countess of Dunbar and March.
She was first married to a man called Robert, and they had children.
She appears to have became a mistress of King David II around 1369, as payments to her began then. A payment of 1000 merks, a very large sum at that time, was arranged for her a month before the king died suddenly in February 1371, which indicates that he had been very likely planning to marry her.
S. Boardman, The Early Stewart Kings of Scotland
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