James Nisbet who married Eupham Adam in 1714. James was a merchant in Glasgow and admitted Guild brother of Glasgow 31 August 1710 and became Deacon of the Guild of Wrights 1726-1738 He died in 1754 and is believed to be buried in the Crypt of Glasgow Cathedral. 
Eupham Adam was the daughter of the Rev. George Adam, Precentor and Synod Clerk of Glasgow Cathedral (George Adam 19/2/1691 precenter in Glasgow Testament Dative and Inventory Glasgow Commissary Court CC9/7/48)
Note surname is mispelt on the baptism records should be Nisbet
Mary Nisbit ca 1723died 24 Nov 1798 and married 18 Aug 1755 to John Anderson who died 17 Feb 1744 1755 JOHN ANDERSON b GLASGOW died 17 Feb 1774 married 18 Aug 1755 MARY Nisbet died 24 Nov 1798 dtr of JAMES Nisbet wright 
James Nisbett, first-mentioned, who married Eupham Adam, had a china set engraved with argent, three boars' heads erased sable, with an annulet (a fifth son's mark of cadency) in the centre
It happens that one of the properties in King Street, recently purchased by the Corporation, had been in the possession of successive generations of the same family since 1727, or three years after the street was opened, a very exceptional circumstance in connection with house property in a commercial city. --1 Purchase No. 23 ; acquired by James Nisbett, late deacon of the wrights in Glasgow, 1727, and sold by J. More Nisbett of Cairnhill in 1898. --
↑ Guild records including Guild records of Wrights, Glasgow .