Gavin Dunbar


Gavin Dunbar

Gavin Dunbar can refer to:

* Gavin Dunbar (Bishop of Aberdeen) (died 1532)
* Gavin Dunbar (Archbishop of Glasgow) (c. 1490-1547)
* Gavin Dunbar (musician)


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