Intermarriages in Westerkirk, Dumfriesshire, Scotland
Showing the connection between the Beattie, Borthwick, Glendinning, Laidlaw,
Little and Thomson families from early 18th Century and how these interweave
for the next 150 years both in Scotland and Canada.
Descendants of these families from Scotland, Canada, England, New Zealand
and USA, who provided information that went into the diagrams, are shown
along the bottom.
Note that only a limited number of individuals are shown to simplify the
Colours on lines have no particular significance. They are just to help follow
lines from one person to another
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What is new Nov 2013
Addition of the Girvan line, descendants of the Richibucto Glendinnings.
What is new Jul 2011
Several more people who have made contact have been added along the bottom line showing how they relate to the tree.
In particular there are additional lines of descendants from Glendinning in Westerkirk and Eskdalemuir and further integration of the two Beattie lines
What is new Sep 2005
Even more people who have made contact have been added showing how they relate to the tree.
In particular there are additional lines of descendants from David Thomson and Mary Glendinning and also from the Scarborough and Streetsville Glendinning lines
What is new Dec 2004
The ancestors and siblings of Isabel Beattie 1744-1816 wife of James Glendinning
1738-1810 have been revised since the previous diagram and the new data has
more reliable source.
The order of families has been changed so that where possible siblings are
shown from left to right in order. For example descendants of William Thomson
b1747 appear on the left then those of Archibald Thomson b1749 etc.
More people who have made contact have been added showing how they relate
to the tree.
Diagrams copyright of Ian A Glendinning 2004-2013