Published: 7 March 2013
Updated/Edited: 17 May 2015
Reid, Stuart, Dunbar 1650: Cromwell’s most famous victory (Oxford, England: Osprey Publishing, 2004)
Bisset, Andrew, Omitted Chapters of the History of England From The Death of Charles I. to the Battle of Dunbar, (LONDON: John Murray, Albemarle Street, 1864). A FREE digital book at Google Books with a very complete description of the events leading up to and including the Battle of Dunbar and treatment of the Scottish prisoners.
Consultation on the Durham Remains, November 30, 2015: Press Conference Version
Battles of East Lothian 5 – Dunbar II by APJHeritage 20 April 2013
The Battle of Dunbar by Bill Bowles a descendant of Malcolm McIntyre.
Battlefields Trust, UK Battlefields Resource Centre:
Battle of Dunbar II
BCW Project, British Civil Wars, Commonwealth & Protectorate, 1638 – 1660:
The Battle of Dunbar, 1650. Excellent starting point! Site includes maps, links, and other sources.
1650, Battle of Dunbar
Scots Wars (old site, no longer maintained):
Battle of Dunbar, 1650
Scottish Archive Network:
Alphabetical list of Scottish officers taken at Dunbar
Battle of Dunbar (1650) at Wikipedia
Easy Web in the UK:
The Battle of Dunbar
The following photos are mine and were taken in June 2011:
The public entrance to Durham Cathedral.
Inside Durham Cathedral where our Battle of Dunbar Scottish prisoners-of-war were kept. It is a magnificent place!
Supposedly, the Scottish thistle clock in Durham Cathedral was preserved by the Scots when they were prisoners in the cathedral. They burned almost everything else to stay warm but left the clock because of the Scottish symbol.