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Archibald Clendenning formerly Glendenin aka Glendenin, Born about 1716 in Dumfries, Dumfries-shire, Scotlandmap Ancestors ancestors Son of William Glendenin and Roseanne (Kirkpatrick) Glendenin Brother of James Clendenin, Andrew Clendenin, Rose Clendenin, Jean Clendenin, Charles Clendenin, John Clendenin, William Clendenin Jr., Alexander Clendenin and John Glendenning Husband of Nancy Ann (Ewing) Glendenin — married [date unknown] [location unknown] Husband of Esther (Mayse) Clendenning — married 1747 (to 1749) in Virginiamap Descendants descendants Father of Mary (Glendinning) Gillespie, Archibald Clendenning Jr., John Clendenin Sr., Margaret (Clendenin) Logue and Margaret Clendinin Died 17 May 1749 in Cowpasture, Augusta, Virginiamap Profile managers: Scott Mitchell Find Relationship private message [send private message], Lynn Vizdos private message [send private message], Producervan Eastwold Find Relationship private message [send private message], and Katie Kuhman Find Relationship private message [send private message] Glendenin-3 created 1 Sep 2013 | Last modified 27 Feb 2022 | Last tracked change: 27 Feb 2022 00:50: You edited the Biography for Archibald (Glendenin) Clendenning (abt.1716-1749). (Bio improvement. ) This page has been accessed 1,524 times.

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1 Discrepancy 2 Biography 3 Children 4 Sources 5 Acknowledgments 6 Ancestry Family Trees (unsourced)


Several name variations and spellings within sources.

Probate Records indicate "Clendenning" versus others of Clendenen Glendenning, Clendin, etc.[1] Biography

Archibald Clendenning presumed Son of William Glendenin and Roseanne Kirkpatrick

Birth Estimate 1700-1725 Scotland or Ireland Marriage Estimate 1725 Unknown, possibly Virginia

Nancy Ann Ewing Esther Mayse

Death Proved, 17th May, 1749 named wife Esther and children[1]


Children Birth Estimates 1725-1749 Eldest son Archibald m. Ann

(birth about 1725-1735-1740) - comingled records between father and son found within family trees; name variations, etc. Some references list his wife as a "Ewing" other's as Anne McSwain (born about 1738). The account given in a Bible in the possession of one of the descendants of Ann McSwain by her second husband, John Rodgers is as follows: “John Ewing was captured with his half-sister . . . Thus it is highly likely that Jeanet Ann EWING and Ann McSwain represent the same individuals[2]


↑ 1.0 1.1 Will Page 148.--Proved, 17th May, 1749 ↑ [https://www.ewingfamilyassociation.org/books/Document_JamesEwingOfPocahontas.html Ewing Family Association (sourced)

Page 148.--Proved, 17th May, 1749, Archibald Clendenning's (of Cowpasture) Will (13th December, 1748 ) Annals of Bath County, Virginia, by Oren F. Morton, pg. 190 ; Digitized at Internet Archives BIOS: BYRNSIDE Submitted to the West Virginia Biographies Project by SSpradling (at) aol.com; (September 18, 1999); Online at Roots Web Lyman Chalkley's three-volume Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County, 1745-1800 (Rosslyn, Va., 1912-1913; reprint, 1965) Chalkey's is a popular reference work that contains abstracts taken from the Augusta County court records. Chalkley's Chronicles may serve as a useful source for leads and to identify original records to consult, but there are many reasons to exercise caution when using it. Chalkey's Online at Internet Archives

Acknowledgments Ancestry Family Trees (unsourced)

WikiTree profile Clendenin-31 created through the import of Rankin-Ridgdill Family Tree.ged on Oct 4, 2011 by Elizabeth Rankin. WikiTree profile Clendenin-58 created through the import of BASHEIN_CARPER.ged on Aug 4, 2012 by Lynn Vizdos. See the Changes page for the details of edits by Lynn and others.

Thank you to Robert Harter for creating WikiTree profile Glendenin-3 through the import of harter.ged on Aug 31, 2013.

Thank you to Scott Mitchell, Thursday, March 26, 2015. [edit]

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DNA Connections It may be possible to confirm family relationships with Archibald by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA. However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line. It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share some percentage of DNA with Archibald:

~0.78% Janice (Hatridge) Givens Find Relationship : AncestryDNA, GEDmatch EQ7599379 [compare], Ancestry member jandboblawn [test details] ~0.39% Jeanne Swanstrom Find Relationship : 23andMe, GEDmatch M443409 [compare] [test details] + Family Tree DNA Family Finder, GEDmatch T575094 [compare], FTDNA kit #470442 [test details] ~0.39% Scott Mitchell Find Relationship : 23andMe, GEDmatch M152915 [compare] [test details] ~0.39% Margaret Gillespie Find Relationship : 23andMe [test details] ~0.39% Marie (Ward) Mills Find Relationship : AncestryDNA [test details] ~0.39% Judy Arbuckle Find Relationship : AncestryDNA, GEDmatch A878121 [compare], Ancestry member JJJArbuckle [test details] ~0.39% X DNA ~1.56% Thomas Wightman Find Relationship : AncestryDNA, GEDmatch A656082 [compare], Ancestry member tomwight1 [test details] + Family Tree DNA Family Finder, GEDmatch A656082 [compare] [test details] + MyHeritage DNA, GEDmatch A656082 [compare] [test details] ~0.39% Samuel Propst Find Relationship : AncestryDNA, Ancestry member sampropst10 [test details] ~0.39% Suzan (Schwantz) Valdez Find Relationship : AncestryDNA, Ancestry member smsdv1 [test details] ~0.39% GS (Wilkins) Herring Find Relationship : AncestryDNA, GEDmatch A764437 [compare], Ancestry member Herringdink76 [test details] ~0.39% Charles Givens Find Relationship : AncestryDNA, GEDmatch XG3289324 [compare], Ancestry member Crgivens [test details] ~0.39% X DNA ~1.56% Anna Robbins Find Relationship : AncestryDNA [test details] + MyHeritage DNA [test details] ~0.39% Cindy DeVall Find Relationship : Family Tree DNA Family Finder, FTDNA kit #342336 [test details] ~0.39% Ralph McGee Find Relationship : MyHeritage DNA [test details]


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[top]Leave a message for others who see this profile. Help New comment posted 4 days ago by You. Moyer-780 You Hey guys - Glendinning is sept of Clan Douglas. I used the Douglas Tartan (from the Scotland Project - copyright safe). If you object let me know and I'll remove it. posted 4 days ago by You edited 2 days ago by You Moyer-780 You I searched for Archibald Glendenning in old parish records in "Scotland's People." I found:

GLENDINNING ARCHIBALD; father is JAMES GLENDINNING/; born 27/02/1704; parish no. 854/; Westerkirk (Dumfries). you interested? The address is really long, but I can give it to you and it'll take you to the list of Archibald Glendennings. Archibald would be 3 years younger than James Gillespie so I can see why they'd hit it off. His name is the ONLY one listed at that date. the others are after 1800. I don't know about Roseanne, but these are authentic records from the parish where he was christened.

Scotland's People is my best friend for all things Scottish. https://www.scotlandspeople.gov.uk/ It's a solid source for old parish records... ;) Got it through Scotland's Project...Good group! Can you add me as a PM so I can add a plaid, a clan and dig into old parish records?

There's been problems with this profile for a while (see below. I'm revising this profile to follow Old Parish records from Dumfries in 7 days unless I hear objections. posted 7 days ago by You edited 2 days ago by You

Emmons-1491 Sandra Emmons Something's wrong here. Arcihbald was born about 1700. His mother, Roseanne, was only born eight years earlier, in 1692. posted Oct 26, 2020 by Sandra Emmons Rassinot-1 Isabelle (Rassinot) Martin Clendenin-360 and Glendenin-3 appear to represent the same person because: Although the birth date on Clendenin-360 is different, the profile was created using Glendenin-3 as a source, so intended to represent the same person. Please merge, thank you. posted Sep 25, 2019 by Isabelle (Rassinot) Martin Sandy Edwards T/L and Pvt Message sent,

Clendenin-264 and Glendenin-3 appear to represent the same person because: See Pre Merge Notes at Clendenning-63. Multiple merges being requested to correct LNAB to Clendenning (per Probate records) and combine duplicates. Please approve. Thank you for your assistance in maintaining 1 profile per person. (Merge cleanup to be done after Merges are complete Merges proposed to Glendenning as most complete/correct with LNAB updated after merges) posted Feb 08, 2019 by Sandy Edwards | 1 thank-you received

Robert Harter Clendenin-31 and Glendenin-3 appear to represent the same person because: These seem to be the same person. You have better information on them than do I, so use your own judgement on what to keep in the merger. posted Mar 21, 2015 by Robert Harter

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