Surnames/tags: Edmonstone Scottish_Clans
Welcome to Clan Edmonstone
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- The goal of this project is to ... offer a focal point for all members interested in the Lairds and Chiefs of Clan Edmonstone together with members bearing the name Edmonstone, the related families and those recognised as septs of Clan Edmonstone.
- Here are some of the tasks that I think need to be done. I'll be working on them, and could use your help.
- promoting the entries of those bearing the name Edmonstone on Wikitree.
- ensuring entries appearing on Wikitree are as accurate as possible, correcting mistakes once spotted.
- encouraging interest in and study of Clan Edmonstone.
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EDINGTON, Eddington. From the old barony of the same name in the parish of Chirnside, Berwickshire. Aldanus de Edington and his son Adam successively attested charters granted to the Priory of Coldingham by Waldeve and patrick, earls of Dunbar, between 1166 and 1189, and Robert of Edington is also amung the witnesses to a charter of 1193 (Raine, 136, 115, 116, 117, 140, etc.). Adam de Edintun also witnessed a charter by earl Waldeve to the monks of Melrose of pasture on Lammermuir, c. 1166-1182 (Frasers of Philorth, I). John of Edynton in 1290 granted a charter in favor of the Abbey of Neubotle (Neubotle, p. 164), and Walter de Edynton, a Scots prisoner of war taken at Dunbar in 1296 and sent to Fotheringay Castle was still prisoner there in 1298 (Bain, II, p. 177, 260). The seal of Ricarde de Edington is appended to a document regarding some rights of common c. 1450 (Seals Supp., 333), and the seal of Gilbert of Edington is appended to an inquistion held in the court of Sir Alexander, Lord Home, bailie of Coldingham, in 1453 (ibid., 332). Thomas de Edingtoun de eodem is mentioned in a retour of lands of Wedderburn in 1468 (Sc. Ant., VII, p. 25), and Robert of Edington is in record in 1478 (Home, 17). James Edington and others were summoned for holding the Castle of Dunbar against the king in 1479 (APS., II, p. 125). Richard of Edingtone and Robert of Edingtone witnessed an instrument of sasine in 1479, and Edward Edyngtone witnessed a simular instrument in 1496 (Home, 24, 28). Dik Ethingtouñs son was summoned in 1479 to answer to Parliament for treason and other crimes (APS., II, p. 129), and David Edington of that Ilk was one of the merse proprietors who, in 1567, signed a bond of adherence to James VI as king (Crawford, Officers of state, p. 443). Another David Edingtoune was a commander of troops in Sweden under the great Gustavus Adolphus, William Idingtoun was retoured heir in lands in the barony of Coldingham in 1634 (Retours, Berwick, 206), Anna Idintoune is recorded in Coldinghame, 1673 (Lauder), and Elspit Edentoune died in the Kirktoun of Strickmartin in 1679 (Jervise, I, p. 204). The Edingtons of that Ilk sold their lands in 1594 to Sir George Ramsay of Dalhousie. Ethington 1578. Local pronuciation of the name is Ee-din-tun and Ee-thin-tun.
EDMESTON. Edmiston. Shortened forms of Edmondston, q.v., as shown by the entry "Edmiestoun of Duntreath" in 1681. James Edmestoune of Ballewyn in record in Glasgow in 1550 (Protocols, I). Edmistoun 1641, Edmistone 1651.,
Edmond, Edmund. The OE. personal name Eádmund. Aedmund the chamberlain (camerarius) witnessed the charter by David I granting Estrahanet (Annandale) to Robert Brus, c. 1124 (Nat. MSS., I, 19). Ædmund filius Forn and Ædmund de fa3eside were witnesses to a charter by Thor, son of Swani, c. 1150 (LSC., p. 11). William Edmen, juror on an inquisition at Stirling in 1598, appears in the following year as William Edmond, bailie of Sterling, and in 1604 as Ednem (SBR., p. 89, 93, 110). Janet Edmont is recorded in Edinburgh in 1617 (Edinb. Marr.). John Philip Edmond was a distinguished Scottish bibliographer.,
EDMONDSON, Edmonson, 'son of Edmond', q.v. Laurence filius Aedmundi witnessed a charter by Adam, son of Serol, of six acres of land of Gorgin (Gorgie), a. 1200 (LSC., 34), and John Edmundson was burgess of Aberdene in 1406 (Friars, 25).,
EDMONSTON, Edmondstone, Edmonstone, Edmiston. The Edmonstons take their name from Edmonstone, the tún of Eadmund, near Edinburgh, their original home. The tún may have derived its name from Aedmund filius Forn, one of the witnesses to a charter bt Thor filius Swani, c. 1150 (LSC., p. 11). They also settled in later times in Berwickshire and in Lanarkshire on lands to which they gave their name. Henry de Edmundistun who witnessed a charter c. 1200 by Henry de Brade (LSC., 57) is probably the first of the name in record Henricus de Edmundiston who witnessed a quit claim of land in Swinis Keeth, 1248 (RD., p. 970), may be the same person. William, son and heir of Haldwin of Edmideston, resigned his land of Edmideston in the tenement of Biggar, 1322 (RHM.). John de Edmundston appears in 1368 (RMS., I, 281, etc.). The name was carried to the Shetland Isles c. 1560, and there was a family of Edmondston of Unst, of which the late Mrs. Saxby, the novelist, was a distinguished member. John Edmestoun made a burgess freeman of Glasgow, 1612 ( Burgesses), Ursilla Edmesson in record in Windhouse, 1648 (Shetland), and Andrew Edmestoun was notary in Lauder, 1650 (RRM., I, p. 127). Eadmundston 1338, Edemeston 1605, Edmestoune of that Ilk. See also Edmeston. (Continued See also Ednam p. 239-240.).
Name Origin above is from: The surnames of Scotland, their origin meaning and history ... Black, George Fraser, 1866-1948." hathitrust.org Pages 239-240 Permanent Link to this Book handle.net, Page Link handle.net.
- Name Variations: Edmonstone, Edmonston, Edmonson, Eadmund, Edmundiston, Admundus, Edmonsten, Edmonstons, Edmonstoun, Edmonstun, Edmonstown, Edmonstowne, Edmonstoune, Edmonsto, Edmounston, Edmonstuoun, Edmonstion, Edomnston, Edmoneston, Edmoniston, Eadmonstoune, Edmunston, Edmonstow, Edmonstron, Edmondston, Edmonstom, Edmonstonne, Edmonstin, Edmontson, Edmontstoun, Edmminston, Edmonstine, Edmonstop, Edmonzson, Edmoston, Edmundson, Edmoiston, Edmiston, Eadmonson, Edmondstoune, Edmondstowne, Edmondton, Edmonsen, Edmonsoon, Edministon, Edminsten, Aedminston, Edminstoun, Edmenstoun, Edemonstone, Edmonestotone, Edmonso, Edmundston, Edmundstone, Edmonsn, Edmonsdson, Edmondstom, Edmisnston, Edmondson, Edemonson, Edmonison, Edmonse, Edmonsond, Edmonsonm, Edmonsonns, Edmonster, Edmountson, Edmountstone, Edmonsun, Edmontdson, Edmunton, Edmyston, Edunston, Edmundstonn, Edmunson, Edmonsor, Edmonsin, Edmonsan, Edmondstone, Edmondsoon, Edmondon, Edminstion, Edmondston, Edenston, Ediminston, Edmondstonne, Edmonscote, Edmonos, Edmondoon, Edmondsdon, Edmondsn, Edmondson's, Edmondeson, Edmistonn, Edmandston, Eddenston, Edmisston, Edmindston, Edmingston, Edmones, Edmonmdson, Edmono, Edmonodson, Edmustonn, Edomston, Edmouston, Edmontone, Edmundus, Edmundistun, Edmond, Ednem, Edmund, Eddmund, Aedmund, Edmen, Edmud, Eadmundiston, Edmisoun, Edmondstone, Edmiestoun, Edmideston, Edminster, Edmanson, Edenham, Edenam, Edmyndsson, Elphinstone, Edmiston, Oddnunson, Edmans, Eminson, Admistoune, Edmont, Edington, Ethingmiis son, Edname, Elphinstone
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- The Family Edmonstone of Duntreath by: Sir Archibald Edmonstone 3rd. Bt.. Published 1875. Edited and with additions by Mary McGrigor, F.S.A. Scot. Published in 1996. WWW © Copyright. Designer: www.hartwooditconsulting.com Hosting: www.HITCHosting.net . And GENEALOGICAL ACCOUNT OF THE FAMILY OF EDMONSTONE OF DUNTREATH BY SIR ARCHIBALD EDMONSTONE OF DUNTREATH permanent URL digital.nls.uk The Genealogy of the Lairds of Ednam and Duntreath from the year of God 1063 to the year 1699; and more particularly of Duntreath, and the Families that married with Duntreath, during the said time. Pub. Glasgow. Robert Sanders. (Reprinted Edinburgh: Thomas G. Stevenson, 1834). And Genealogical Account of the The Family Of Edmonstone Of Duntreath by: Sir Archibald Of Duntreath Baronet. April 1851 archive.org
- The surnames of Scotland, their origin meaning and history ... Black, George Fraser, 1866-1948." hathitrust.org
- "Tobacco and Slaves: The Development of Southern Cultures in the Chesapeake- Page 210" books.google.com
- http://www.leighrayment.com/Baronetage.htm The Baronetage of England, Ireland, Nova Scotia, Great Britain and the United Kingdom leighrayment.com .
- Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Peerage and Baronetage of the British Empire, by: Sir Henry Bernard Burke, C.B. L.L.D., Ulster King of Arms, 27th edition, London: Harrison, 59, Pall Mall, 1865, Page: 388. archive.org .
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