Henry Lindsay Bethune (16 November 1735-11 March 1819), merchant in Edinburgh

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Parents
Father:1George Lindsay of Wormiston (4 July 1691-10 February 1764)
Mother:2Margaret Bethune (-14 October 1782)
Spouses and relationship events
Married:3Elizabeth Kyd (-)
Married:4November 1761Margaret Eccles (-7 January 1823)
Children
Children with Elizabeth Kyd:
Rachel Lindsay (-)5
Children with Margaret Eccles:
Martin Eccles Lindsay (-22 July 1813), Deputy Commissary-General of the Forces in North Britain6
John Scott Lindsay (-)7
George Lindsay (-), Brigade Major8
David Bethune Lindsay (-20 October 1806), captain 4th N.I. Bengal9
Elizabeth Balcarres Lindsay (-17 November 1793)10
Margaret Lindsay (-19 August 1792)11
Jane Lindsay (around 1768-28 June 1860)12
Attributes
Occupation:13merchant in EdinburghEdinburgh [city/town], Edinburghshire (Midlothian) [county], Scotland [country], United Kingdom [country]
Eiendom:141789-92Wormiston
Events
Born:1516 November 1735
Died:1611 March 1819Kilconquhar [parish], Fife [county], Scotland [country], United Kingdom [country]
Personal Info
He assumed the name of Bethune in 1779; was served heir-male to William Lindsay of Pyotston 2 July 1810.17
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Sources

1 ´╗┐Sir James Balfour Paul, Lord Lyon King of Arms, The Scots Peerage Founded on Wood's Edition of Sir Robert Douglas's Peerage of Scotland Containing an Historical and Genealogical Account of the Nobility of that Kingdom, volume V: (Edinburgh: David Douglas, 1908), Lindsay, p. 415-18, George Lindsay.
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