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1 Documents, Research Reports, and Correspondence relating to The E T H I N G T O N S U R N A M E S In Great Britain and America by The Ethington Family Organization Harold D. Ethington, President 4334 Lynne Lane Salt Lake City Utah

2 The Ethington Family Organization Page 2

3 Introduction Mr. O. P. Clarke, acting commissioner for the United States Department of the Interior, must have shaken his head in utter disbelief. It was Wednesday, April 20th, 1881 as he took his pen in hand, and addressed himself to the postmaster in Mount Pleasant, Spotsylvania County, Virginia: Sir, About the year 1840, Susan Ethirington, or Eatherton, or Edenton, widow of John Etherington, a soldier of the Revolutionary War, applied from your county for pension and filed in evidence a copy of the New Testament, which it is now desired to return. Some of her children were named John, Henry, James, Benjamin, and Francis. If you can do without inconvenience, will you favor this office with the names and post office addresses of some of the descendants of the above pensioner? Please return this letter with your reply. Very respectfully, O. P. Clarke Acting Commissioner One family, one page, 5 spellings of the name. It is no wonder that Mr. Clarke struggled with this. So did the family. And the multitude of spellings over the years shows just how hard it is to capture the sound of this name as it is spoken by its bearers. The documents and comments in this report trace the attempts by family and scholars alike to understand the names Ethington. It is so difficult even today, that the three or four syllables morph into variations never dreamed of by the bearers. The first syllable could be anywhere from a strong E sound as in beet, to a soft A sound as in bath, or it could have been anywhere in between, a sound approximated by the unusual letter Æ. The second syllable was no less difficult. Some retain the hard D of a tongue tap on the upper pallet, while others soften that same written D into a th sound with the tongue placed between the teeth. If the name originates in the Adder River valley of Scotland as we now think, the er sound survives in the spoken Etherington. But with time, the energy-consuming er sound drops out, the name is reduced from four syllables to three, and we end up with Addington, Ethington and Edington.

4 And on and on. The etymology of the name remains hidden, and it continues to this day to morph into forms completely unexpected. Look at the mail you receive today. My favorite so far is Effington engraved forever on the headstone of my grandfather s first wife. My, how they must have struggled with that one. This report is an attempt to organize the body of research done over the years on the source of the family and of the name. It is not definitive. There is no one answer. And there is no agreement as to source or origin. Even the one source that is earliest and quoted most often Carr s Coldingham Prior of 1836, after stating that Edrington derived its name from its contiguity to the river Whitadder, does not further explain how he associates the names. Actually, we do have the answer. It came from a most unlikely source, but with complete confidence. I was sitting in a barber s chair in the San Francisco California International Airport. The barber had an interesting accent, and I inquired where he was from. He replied that he came from Puerto Rico, and he noted that I too had an accent and he could tell exactly where I came from. Curiously, I asked where he thought that would be. With complete assurance, he said: You come from Scotland. I cut hair on people from all over the world in this place, and I can tell from the color and texture of your hair that you are Scottish. There is no doubt about it! So there you have it. Perhaps we will never know the full story of our family name. But hopefully, with time, effort, and studies such as this, we will come to a better understanding of just who we are. And if you are still unsure, just ask your barber. Harold D. Ethington March, 2004 Sandy, Utah, USA The Ethington Family Organization Page 4

5 Table of Contents 1. Greg Lauder-Frost comments on the lands of Edrington...9 Greg Lauder-Frsot, local historian in the Edrington lands, comments on the ancient boundaries and features of the lands of both Edrington and Edington. Maps of the areas. 2. The Surnames of Scotland Their Origin, Meaning and History...17 By: George F. Black, PhD. New York Public Library 1946 A study of Scottish Surnames states that Edington comes from the old barony of the same name in the parish of Chirnside, Berwickshire. Does not state the source of this information. Cites 16 events involving persons of this or similar name from 1166 to 1600 s. Notes that local pronunciation of the name is Ee-dintun and Ee-thin-tun. 3. The History of the Celtic Place Names of Scotland...19 Being the Rhind lectures on archaeology Delivered in 1916 By William J. Watson, M.A., LL. D. Discussion of Adder River name and its origin. 4. Scottish Place-Names. Their Study and Significance...21 By W.F.H. Nicolaisen B.T. Batsford Ltd. London. An in-depth discussion of the ington names in England and Scotland, with focus on the Edrington names found in the Border areas. 5. Chirnside Past and Present...22 By Erica Hunt Lindsay & Co. Ltd. Edinburgh EH1 1ND Published 1975 Extracts from Hunt s 24 page history of the Chirnside area where she is fully aware and conversant with the Edrington area, as well as the town of Edington, close to Chirnside. Excellent view into 18 th century English / Scottish country life. 6. A Dictionary of Surnames...26 Patrick Hands and Flavia Hodges Oxford University Press 1988 Brief explanation of origin of several Ethington surnames. 7. Albion s Seed, Four British Folkways in America...28 An in-depth study of the four major migrations from Britain to America, with emphasis on the movement from the borders area to the American frontier in the mid 18 th century. Speech, dress, mannerisms, construction methods, religion and other identifiers ( folkways ) are studied and compared between Britian and America showing that British borderers became the principal populators of the new American frontier. The Ethington Family Organization Page 5

6 8. LINEAGES research report of 21 January 1986 by Jim Harrison...34 Initial attempt by Harrison to understand the variations on the Ethington name in early American (Virginia) records. 9. LINEAGES research report of 13 February 1986 by Jim Harrison...36 Builds on framework laid in the report of 21 January 1986 and attempts to understand the surname Ethington as used in early Virginia and Kentucky. Proposes that as spoken, the name could not be spelled consistently by American recorders. Studies spelling of the name through the early years. 10. Ethington (etc.) Names found in England and Scotland...42 Over 200 spellings of the Ethington names found in over 2,000 entries in England and Scotland between the years 1500 and 1800, as recorded in IGI records of the LDS Church in Salt Lake City Utah. Several different reports by Harold D. Ethington of Sandy Utah present the names in alphabetical order (given and surname), ranked by usage, listed by location, and separated by time and century of use. Maps showing distribution. 11. Edrington, Berwickshire A History by Gregory Lauder-Frost...61 Early references focusing on The Lauder Family Ownership of Edrington Lands by Gregory Lauder Frost of The Old School House Mordington, Nr. Foulden Berwickshire. Mr. Lauder-Frost is a resident of the former lands of Edrington (September, 2003) where his family was granted ownership by the Crown from earliest days. 12. Descendants of George Edingtoun by Greg Lauder-Frost...71 Greg Lauder-Frost brings to light the life of one David Edingtoun, of that Ilk who lived in Edingtoun (upstream about 4 miles from Edrington) in the late 1500 s. One of the earliest instances of a person living in Edingtoun (formerly Iddingtoun), and assuming the name. Evidence that persons of the area did in fact take the name as their surname. 13. Descendants of George Ramsay of Idington by Greg Lauder-Frost...75 George Ramsay of Idington [Edington] Berwicks sold lands to the Lauder family of Edrington in Thomas Edingtoun of that Ilk by Greg Lauder-Frost...79 One Thomas Edingtoun lived in the Edingtoun area in the late 1400 s. He owned land, and the family is connected with both the Hume and the Ramsay families. Name is spelled Ethingtoun in various documents. 15. Notes on the Name Edrington by Kay Lamar Edrington...91 The Ethington Family Organization Page 6

7 Long-time Edrington family researcher Kay Lamar Edrington of Laport Utah discusses his years of research and conclusions on the family name and possible links to England and Scotland. 16. Nicolaisen Correspondence Correspondence between Professor William Bill F. H. Nicolaisen of Aberdeen Scotland and Harold D. Ethington regarding the Ethington surnames. 17. Williamson Correspondence Correspondence between Dr. May G. Williamson of Edinburgh and Harold D. Ethington regarding her PhD thesis of 1942 wherein she discusses the Ethington surnames. 18. Appendix A, Report C A complete listing of all IGI findings for Ethington surnames in the British Isles. 19. Appendix B, DNA Testing of British Men, October Results of Oct 2003 testing of British men for match to the American Ethington families. A possible match was found for the early Virginia Edrington familiy, and two other men were found to match each other even though their names were spelled differently. 20. Appendix C, Old English letter Ð, precursor of both ETH and ED...xxx A wikipedia report on the Old English letter Ð (upper case) or ð (lower case). Written as shown, but spoken as either ETH or ED. It was replaced by the modern dipthong TH in about Adds understanding to the origin and modifications of the Ethington family names over time. The Ethington Family Organization Page 7

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9 Lands of Edrington Comments by Greg Lauder-Frost on The Lands of Edrington Berwickshire, Scotland March, 2004 There are two distinct areas in the Duns-Berwick area identified with the Ethington family names. The first is the area called Edrington, which lies along the Scottish/English border about 3.6 miles west from Berwick along the Duns (A6105) Road. The area has been controlled since early times by the Lauder family, and seems to have generated few if any persons who assumed the surname Edrington or its variants from it. The second area lies another 3 miles to the west, along the Whiteadder river, and just south of the town of Chirnside. This area was originally called Iddington, and the name eventually came to be known as Edington. This area was controlled by thethomas Edingtoun family (also spelled Ethingtoun) from the 1400 s down to 1593 when Thomas grandson Thomas sold it to the Ramsay family. A few years later, the Ramsays sold the land to the Lauder family. Parish records show Edingtoun persons in the area in the late 1600 s up through the 1800 s. Greg Lauder-Frost s comments about this area follow. - HDE The original Edrington estate was south of the Berwick to Duns road, for a start. It was not big by American or Australian standards. Its main wealth came from its mill which was in operation until after the last world war. I shall see if I can find the acreage of the farms. Although many Lauder owners were described in the old records as "Lord of Edrington" it was not a feudal barony, to the best of my knowledge, although until the mid-17th century it was held directly from the Crown. Thereafter it was incorporated into the barony of Coldingham. Today's Edrington estate includes the Nether Mordington lands, with the exception of Nether Mordington House - now called Edrington House, which, with about 40 acres, was detached from the lands some time ago and sold off. Edrington House is just off [south of] the Berwick to Duns Road. Edrington castle was on the cliff above its mill and across the river from Paxton. I have asked Graham Milne, who owned Edrington House and its Regality until 31st January this year, and now lives at Norham, to let you know some of the boundaries if he has time. He has maps of the estates. Nether Mordington manor house, today's Edrington House, is not near the castle nor Edrington mill but up near the A6105 road [north about 1 mile]. Edrington castle [by the mill/iver] was lived in until, we think, circa The Douglases were forfeited because of their involvement in the 1745 rebellion, and as they owned both Nether Mordington and Edrington estates these were both sold. The next owner, who bought both, rebuilt

10 Nether Mordington manor and abandoned Edrington Castle as a residence. He moved to Nether Mordington [1 mile north] and renamed it Edrington House. That is how it acquired that name. The southern boundary [of Edrington] is the Whiteadder river almost to where it meets the Tweed. The Whiteadder is also the western boundary upriver to Clarabad Mill where a small stream leaves the Whitadder and proceeds north, eventually meeting the A6105. That is the eastern boundary. The actual northern boundary of the ancient Edrington lands was, say, halfway between the southern boundary and the A6105. The eastern boundary is now the English border, but, before 1500, the Lauders had lands across that boundary road which were forfeited to the English Crown and I suspect they too formed part of the original Edrington estate. The lands and Regality of Nether Mordington also have the English border road as their eastern boundary. Their western boundary is also the stream I previously mentioned which runs up to and under the A6105 from the Whiteadder. Their southern boundary is obviously the Edrington estate and their northern boundary is about a quarter of a mile north of my house (remember that I live just north of the A6105). They are now conjoined with the Edrington lands and the entire property is called the Edrington estate. Edrington Castle, now a ruin, with the farm cottage and ajoining buildings, stands above its ancient mill. Always has. The mill is on the Whitadder in the bottom portion of the old Edrington lands. From Andrew Lang: "On both sides of the Whitadder are to be seen places of much interest. First, Edrington Castle, on the left bank a few miles [actually about a mile] from the river's mouth, once a place of great strength, now crushed by the doom that has wrecked so many of the old strongholds in this part of the country - it was for ages used as a convenient quarry. Nearly opposite Hutton, a few miles upstream, are the ruins of an old castle at Edington [former Iddington]. It is remarkable the number of names in this district, all beginning with "Ed":- Edrington, Edington, Ednam, Eden, Edrom, Edinshall, all probably taking their origin from Edwin, King of Northumbria, Or does the derivation go still further back, to Odin?" 1 John Scott (History of Berwick) notes that in the accounts of Sir Alexander de Seton, collector of the burgh of Berwick, for 1329, an entry: "allowed to accountants for the fishery of Eidermouth [Eddermouth, today's Whitadder], now in possession of Sir Robert de Lawdre by right of inheritance, 40." The mouth of the Whitadder is just below the Edrington estate in Berwickshire and normally the fishings were attached to those lands. This appears amongst the earliest records of the Lauders at Edrington. 1 Highways and Byways in The Border by Andrew & John Lang (London, 1913, pps: 7-8). The Ethington Family Organization Page 10

11 In A Calendar of Documents Relating to Scotland, (edited by Joseph Bain, vol.iii, Edinburgh, 1887, pps: 218/219) there appears a charter dated circa 1335 which mentions numerous properties in and around Berwick-upon-Tweed which Robert the Bruce had granted to Sir Robert de Louwedere (another spelling in the same charter is Lowedre!) senior, and his son Robert. Berwick having now fallen into the hands of the English, Robert de Lawedre junior is forfeited of the properties in Berwick which are granted by Edward III of England to Adam of Corbridge. [Needless to say these were later reinstated!] On 14th December 1425, in The Great Seal of Scotland (number 29), "The King [formally] confirms to Robert de Lawedre of Edringtoun, knight, Justiciario Scotia [he was Lord Justice of the Lothians at the time], the lands of le Crag, Balgone, the Bass, Easter Pencaitland, Newhall, [etc etc all in East Lothian] and Edringtoun, Simprin, [Berwickshire] for him and his legitimate heirs. Here is an entry from the Exchequer Rolls which actually tells you the size of the Edrington estate in 1519: 2 "At Edinburgh on the 29th April 1519 Robert Lauder of the Bass was granted Sasine of the following: the lands of Edrington with tower, mill, fishings and all pertinents extending to 15 husbandlands [390 acres]; the town and territory of Simprin [390 acres] and the lands of Ladypark with pertinents, all in Berwickshire. the lands of Stenton and Duchry with all dependents and pertinents; the lands of Garvald [held in feu from the Earl of Ross?]; the lower half of The Bass; [upper half held in feu from The Church] the lands of Newhall with tenandry; the lands of Popill sometimes called Lauderslands and Whitelawslands with pertinents; the lands of Wester Spott and Grenedenehede & Mukis with pertinents; the lands of Beil with tower, fortalice, mill &c., the lands of Johnscleuch; the lands of Mersington with Mill [in Berwickshire]; the lands of Pencaitland with pertinents. 2 The Exchequer Rolls of Scotland edited by A.E.J.G.Mackay, M.A.,LL.D., volume XIV, , Edinburgh, 1893, pages The Ethington Family Organization Page 11

12 The lands of Edington, just outside Chirnside, Berwick, Scotland The Ethington Family Organization Page 12

13 Lands of Edrington Edrington Oat Mill and Fortified House, between Berwick and Chirnside Comments by Greg Lauder-Frost (March, 2004)

14 Area of the Lands of Edrington The Ethington Family Organization Page 14

15 Lands of Edrington

16 The Ethington Family Organization Page 16

17 The Surnames of Scotland (Black) The Surnames of Scotland Their Origin, Meaning and History By: George F. Black, PhD. Published by New York Public Library, 1946 Page 239 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 among the witnesses to a charter of (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 (Fraisers of Philorth, 1) John of Edvnton in 1290 granted a charter in favor of the Abbey of Neubotle. (Newbotle, p. 164) Walter de Edynton, a Scots prisoner of war taken at Dunbar in 1296 and sent to Fotheringay Castle was still prisoner there in (Bain, II, p. 177, 260) The seal of Ricarde de Edington is appended to a document regarding some rights of common c. 1450, and the seal of Gilbert of Edington is appended to an inquisition held in the court of Sir Alexander, Lord Home, bailie of Coldingham in (Seals Supp., 332, 333) Thomas de Edingtoun de eodem is mentioned in a retour of lands of Wedderburn in (SC. Ant., vii, p 25) Robert of Edingtone is in record in (Home, 17) James Edington and others were summoned for holding the Castle of Dunbar against the king in (APS., ii, p 125) Richard of Edingtone and Robert of Edingtone witnessed an instrument of sasine in 1478, and Edward Edyngtone witnessed a similar instrument in (Home, 24, 28) Dik Ethingtoun s 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. The Ethington Family Organization Page 17

18 The Surnames of Scotland (Black) (Crawford, Officers of State, p 443) The Edingtons of that Ilk sold their lands in 1594 to Sir George Ramsay of Dalhousie. Ethington 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 (Retours, Berwick, 206) Anna Idintoune is recorded in Coldinghame, (Lauder) Elspit Edentoune died in the Kirktoun of Strickmartin in (Jervise, I, p 204) Local pronunciation of the name is Ee-din-tun and Ee-thin-tun 3. (end) 3 Comment by Greg Lauder-Frost: George Black's Surnames of Scotland, for what it is worth as a reliable publication (which often it is not), has no family of Edrington listed. Nor has William Buchanan of Auchmar's book, Ancient Scottish Surnames &c., (Glasgow, 1820). Even British Family Names - Their Origin and Meaning by Rev.Henry Barber,M.D.,F.S.A., (London, 1903), a noted expert, and The Origin of English Surnames by P.H.Reaney (London, 1984 reprint, ) does not mention this surname. The Ethington Family Organization Page 18

19 Celtic Place Names of Scotland (Watson) The History Of the CELTIC PLACE NAMES OF SCOTLAND Being the Rhind lectures on archaeology Delivered in 1916 By William J. Watson, M.A., LL. D. Professor of Celtic Languages, Literature, History and antiquities in the University of Edinburgh Published under the auspices of The Royal Celtic Society William Blackwood and Sons Ltd. Edinburgh and London 1926 Page 467 Some stream-names not included so far may now be mentioned. Adder of Whitadder and Blackadder in Berwickshire might, in its present form, be equated or compared with Atur, now l Adour, of Gascony, Aturavus, now l Arrous, a tributary of the Loire, Aturia, now Oria, a river of Spain, and the Adour, Adur, of Cornwall and Sussex. In the Life of St. Cuthbert, however, and in Symeon of Durham, it is Edre, which can hardly be other than A.S. ædre, édre, an artery, a vein, fountain, river. (end) The Ethington Family Organization Page 19

20 Celtic Place Names of Scotland (Watson) The Ethington Family Organization Page 20

21 Scottish Place Names (Nicolaisen) Scottish Place-Names Their Study and Significance By W.F.H. Nicolaisen B.T. Batsford Ltd. London Page 24 If the g-lessness of the earliest spellings for Edington in Berwickshire (Hadynton 1095 (15 th ), ESC Edintun Melrose Liber) is ignored, these simply confirm the name as containing a first element Ead(d)a or the like which occurs as a personal name in such English identical equivalents as Addington in Berkshire, Kent, Northamptonshire and Surrey. The eleventh and twelfth century spellings for these four names are exclusively g-less, as in the case of the Scottish name under discussion. For this no early spellings are really required although if they did not exist, the interpretation of its first element might be less certain. A clear example of an early name in ington is Edrington (Berwickshire) which must be compared with the other Berwickshire name Edrom, analyzed above, for both contain the rivername Adder as their first element, and are situated on the river of that name. The spelling Ederington of 1330 ER (A.D.) established the e- of the second syllable of the river-name, and the much earlier Hadryngton 1095 ESC (A.D.) provides a glimpse of the sound development of the stem-syllable. The spellings are easily early enough to show Edrington to be the tūn of the settlers on the river Adder, if such proof were necessary. Page 73 [In Scotland] as in England, the connective participle ing- is found only with tūn; and just as tūn is slightly later in Scotland than hām, so names ending in ingtūn belong to a later period than those in ingas and ingaham. Once the numerous non-genuine late adaptations like Abington, Newington, Symington and others have been eliminated, there remains a genuine residue of early material in such Berwickshire names as Edington Hadynton 1095 (15 th ), Hoedentum (15 th ), Edingtonam 1095 (15 th )) farm associated with *Ead(d)a ; Edrington Hadryngton 1095 (15 th ) farm associated with the river Adder ; Mersington (so 1291) farm associated with *Mersa or Mersige ; Page 184 EDRINGTON the ruins of the EDRINGTON CASTLE are on the left bank of the Whiteadder about five miles from BERWICK; EDRINGTON HOUSE is on a small tributary of the same river [Clarabad Creek]. Page 185 both these names (EDROM and EDRINGTON) must have been coined before the distinctive adjectives Black and White became attached to the two tributaries comprising the ADDER river (The Whiteadder and the Blackadder). (end) The Ethington Family Organization Page 21

22 Chirnside Past and Present (Hunt) CHIRNSIDE PAST AND PRESENT By Erica Hunt Lindsay & Co. Ltd. Edinburgh EH1 1ND Published 1975 (extracts, various pages) Chirnside, or Chirsit as we villagers call it, lies at a height of 444 feet along the ridge of the southernmost slope of the Lammermoors in Berwickshire. The parish consists of 5,570 acres and it has twelve farms. The southern boundary is the Whitadder. It is encircled by the parishes of Coldingham, Foulden, Edrom, and Bonkyl. merse may mean morass or marsh. If, as some say, it means march or boundary it could have been called so only after 1020 when the district was ceded to the Scottish king. Chirnside was of importance as a barony belonging to the powerful Earl of Dunbar who got it from King Edgar, son of Malcolm Canmore. In 1431 Hugh Spence, a kinsman and vassal of the Earl of Dunbar, was granted 104 acres the whole lands of Chirnside but his tenure ended when this tenth Earl took umbrage against King Robert III and joined the Percies at Alnwick. King James V after Flodden passed a law by which every owner of 100 worth of land was compelled to build a keep [a watch tower]. In the days when these were build most of the trees had been cut down for house building and fuel, so communications like beacons would be visible from Herber to Ferney, Old Castles, Broom House, Edrington, Edington, Hutton, Blackadder, Foulden, Nisbet, Wedderburn, Duna, Bonkyl, Billie and Blanrne resounding names for balladry. Towering above them all to the west was Hume and towering above all lesser mortals were the Humes. Agriculture was primitive and unproductive in this marshy district in the olden days. Ignorant of lime and fertilizers, people grew bere, which was miserable barley, for the universally home-brewed ale, and also oats for porridge. The years 1740 and 1807 saw great changes concerning the division of the common lands. The 1740 act decreed that fields must now be fenced in. This was beyond the means of the cottagers so the land went to lairds who could afford to buy. At about 1700 it took a year to plough 104 acres because the cumbersome wooden plough needed eight to ten oxen. In the olden days every household brewed its own ale made from the abundance of bere. As ovens were practically non-existent housewives could not make bread; barley bannocks baked on a griddle were used instead. With kail, the staple ingredient of broth was bere. The husks were removed in knocking stones and there are still many of these and old querns in gardens. Querns were for grinding corn. Twenty were found in the Billie Mire. But according to the regulations you were supposed to take your grain to be ground at the laird s mill for a fee. Chirnside mill was on the Billie Burn near where it flows into the Whitadder. Ninewells mill was on the Whitadder a short distance above Allanton bridge. Edington mill dates from A hundred years ago it was the first mill in Europe to make Rolled Oats. Bell s Oats are famous in many countries. Some oatmeal is still being made by the best method, which is stone grinding, The Ethington Family Organization Page 22

23 Chirnside Past and Present (Hunt) for an old water wheel is still in use, but like the rest of the mill it was badly damaged by the alarming flood in Edington was one of the sixteen mills on the Whitadder. From pagan time people believed in the healing power of Virtue Wells. On quarter-days pilgrimages were made to one which contained iron. This chalybeate well was at Biteabout, in a wood between Edington Mains and Nether Mains or Dodd Hall as this was formerly called. In 1750 there were no bridges across the Whitadder, only ferries and fords. The middle of the 1782 bridge marks the boundary of Chirnside parish. It is of interest that the area of the parish coincides with that of the old barony. The delicate cream sandstone from Edington is of a superior quality suitable for carvings and for outside walls. Many of our houses are a mixture of this and of the red sandstone in the two Chirsit quarries. A serious obstacle in this swampy district, made impenetrable by brushwood and scrub and full of treacherous morasses, was the absence of roads. Horses were the only means of transport. In the reign of Charles II road-making was carried out by the compulsory labour of the peasantry, for each man had to devote six days a year to the work. This was replaced in 1751 by toll gates called turnpikes, where each user who passed had to pay a fee. Lairds and lawyers devised the alignment of parochial roads and the newly enclosed fields were laid out to correspond with them. Markets now sprang up. An important road from Berwick to the country town, Greenlaw, came through Chirnside. Duns replaced Greenlaw as the county town in The oldest recorded school was the one in the Dominie s loan. It was under the auspices of the church and was supported by the three heritors, the lairds of Whitehall, Ninewells and Edington. Chirsit [Chirnside] has had its share of dramas, in one of which figured the debauched young laird of Edington, Sir George Lauder, and his profligate drinking companion, twenty-three year old David Spence, laird of Spence Mains. David, following the fashionable sport of young lairds who were libertines, had seduced a lassie called Agnes. The Kirk Sessions were outraged at what they always termed this heinous sin and they bombarded him with summonses to attend church at specified services to appear on the stool of repentance and pay a fine. [David] treated their threats with contempt, but when he was referred to the jurisdiction of the Presbytery he cocked a snook at them. He made an honest woman of Agnes by marrying her. I conclude his family thought he had married beneath him. On the gravestone her maiden name and date of birth are ignored; she is plain and simple Agnes. But Agnes was determined to rescue her husband from the primrose path and from the influence of the disreputable Lauder. One day in 1699 Lauder rode over to see his friend but he had a chilly reception from Agnes. Though she said David was not at home, he could be seen delving in his garden by the big pear tree. The infuriated Lauder withdrew to the tavern, which was a thatched building close to the horse trough at the Kirk Gate. In high dudgeon he sat down on the Ioupin -on-stane in front of the change house. Presently a callant came by and he said to the lad, Go down to Spence Mains and say to the laird he is wanted here, but dinna say by whom. When David came they had angry words, but evidently reconciled they went into the tavern for a drink. The Ethington Family Organization Page 23

24 Chirnside Past and Present (Hunt) What followed came with unexplained suddenness. On coming out, Lauder pulled out his pistol and shot Spence dead. He hastily collected his gear at Edington and galloped through Foulden village on what happened to be its Fair day. To the crowds out on the road he shouted, I have this day killed the bonniest man in all the Merse. [George s] fate is uncertain for he was never brought to justice. If perhaps he found asylum in Flanders he was dead within a year for his estate was inherited by his brother, a surgeon in the East India Company 4 [See also page 77 this document HDE]. Religious troubles, We are fortunate in that we are country folk for there is a sense of permanence about the soil and the rhythm of the seasons. Yet the past is always mingling with the present and every minute the present becomes the future. One day is with Thee as a thousand and a thousand years as one day. We all have an instinctive wish to be remembered when we are dead for what we were like and for what we did. This gives us the feeling that we ourselves are part of history and that leads us to feel that we are eternal. Erick Hunt 4 Comments by Greg Lauder-Frost ( correspondence with HDE March 2004): I don't necessarily concur with the florid account of George Lauder's activities! Although distantly related, young Sir George was a son of the first Lauder Baronet (by his third wife) and not of The House of Bass. There is no connection here with Edrington. There is a very clear distinction between Edrington, and today's Edingtoun, some miles [west] down the road, and anciently spelt Idingtoun or Iddingtoun. It was only in the 19th century that the transcribers, and lastly the local authorities, started spelling it Edingtoun. I am attaching a brief note on the Edington family that I know little of, and also another on Sir John Lauder and Margaret Ramsay's children, headed by the young Sir George Lauder, whom your writer speaks of as having murdered Mr.Spence. She knows not his fate but the records in Edinburgh show that he jumped into the Tweed and drowned hmself. Mr.Spence was not his only worry, as there was a huge dispute about his inheritace and especially about the destination of his father's inheritable title. Maybe he'd had enough! The Ethington Family Organization Page 24

25 Chirnside Past and Present (Hunt) Chirnside and Edington Mill The Ethington Family Organization Page 25

26 Dictionary of Surnames (Hands/Hodges) A Dictionary of Surnames Patrick Hands and Flavia Hodges Oxford University Press 1988 Addington English: habitation name from any of various places in Bucks., Kent, Northants, and Surrey, so called from Old English Eaddingtūn or Æddingtūn settlement (OE tūn) associated with Eadda (or Æddi). A well-known family of Addingtons, which included Henry Addington, 1 st Lord Sidmouth, Prime Minister of Great Britain in , can be traced to the village of Pottersbury in Northants in the 14 th century. Atherton English: habitation name from a place near Manchester, so called from the OE personal name Æōelhere (composed of the elements æōel noble + here army) + tūn enclosure, settlement. Eddington / Edington English: 1. habitation name from a place in Berks., Eddevetone in Domesday Book, named from the OE female personal name Eadgifu (composed of the elements ēad prosperity, wealth + gifu gift) + OE tūn enclosure, settlement. 2. Variation of Edington Edington / Eddington Northern English and Scots: habitation name from any of various places so called, especially one in Northumberland originally named in OE as Idingtūn settlement (OE tūn) associated with Ida ; The place of the same name in Somerset, which may not have contributed to the surname, appears in Domesday Book as Eduuintone, from the OE personal name Eadwine (See EDWIN) or Eadwynn (a female personal name composed of the elements éad prosperity, wealth + wynn joy) + OE tūn enclosure, settlement. Var.: EDDINGTON Hetherington English: habitation name from a place in Northumberland, probably having the same origin as Harrington in Northants. (See Harrington). Var: Heatherington, Etherington The Ethington Family Organization Page 26

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28 British Folkways in America Albion s Seed Four British Folkways in America by David Hackett Fischer In his 1989 book Albion s Seed 5, author David Hackett Fischer details four major British migrations to the Americas and their impact on the development of American culture. Each of these four migration waves originated from a specific area of Britain, and the folkways carried by the immigrants from their homeland remain evident today in the customs, mores, speech, mannerisms, and religious attitudes of today s American population. Fischer identifies the origin of the th migration wave as originating in the northern borders of England, and the southern borders of Scotland. This is the period during which our research shows that the immigrant ancestor of the American Ethington family arrived. Fischer goes on to say that his studies show that most of the immigrants from the borders area moved to the frontiers of Virginia, Pennsylvania, and North Carolina. Again, a match for the arrival pattern of the Ethington family. Following are selections from Fischer s book that relate to the Ethington family migration study. Four Waves of Migration (page 6) During the very long period from 1629 to 1775, the present area of the United States was settled by at least four large waves of English-speaking immigrants. The first was an exodus of Puritans from the east of England to Massachusetts during a period of eleven year from 1629 to The second was the migration of a small Royalist elite and large numbers of indentured servants from the south of England to Virginia (ca ) 6. The fourth was a flow of English-speaking people form the borders of North Britain and northern Ireland to the Appalachian backcountry mostly during the half-century form 1718 to They carried across the Atlantic four different sets of British foldways which became the basis for regional cultures in the New World. New faces in the New World page 605) Early in the summer of 1717, the Quaker merchants of Philadelphia observed that immigrant ships were arriving in more than their usual numbers. By September, as the first hint 5 David Hackett Fischer Albion s Seed, Four British Folkways in America ( Oxford University Press 1989) 6 The prominent Virginia Edrington family (see Kay Edrington paper, this report page 93) appears to be a part of this immigration wave. They are found in the Northern Neck of Virginia in the mid 1600 s, have land and wealth, and never interact with the Culpeper/Spotsylvania Ethington family that apapear to be part of the later immigration from the borders area. DNA testing in 2002 confirms that this Edrington family is not related to the Culpeper/Sportsylvania Ethington families. The Ethington Family Organization Page 28

29 British Folkways in America of autumn was in the air, the Delaware River was crowded with vessels. They came not only form London and Bristol, but from Liverpool and Belfast, and small northern outports with strangesounding names Londonderry and Carrickfergus in northern Ireland, Kirkcudbright and Wigtown in Scotland, Whitehaven and Morecambe on the northern border of England. In October of the same year, a Philadelphia Quaker named Jonathan Dickinson complained that the streets of his city were teeming with a swarm of people strangers to our laws and customer, and even to our language. These new immigrants dressed in outlandish ways. The men were tall and lean, with hard, weather-beaten faces. They wore felt hats, loose sackcloth shirts close-belted at the waist, baggy trousers, thick yarn stockings and wooden shoes shod like a horse s feet with iron. The young women startled Quaker Philadelphia by the sensuous appearance of their full bodices, tight waists, bare legs and skirts as scandalously short as an English undershift. The older women came ashore in long dresses of a curious cut. Some buried their faces in full-sided bonnets; others folded handkerchiefs over their heads in quaint and foreign patterns. The appearance of these immigrants in the streets of Philadelphia marked the start of yet another great folk migration from Britain to America. The magnitude of this movement was very large more than a quarter-million people altogether. This was truly a mass migration, on a scale altogether different from the movements that had preceded it. Its rhythm was different too not a single migration but a series of wavelike movements that continued through much of the eighteenth century. It also drew from territories that bordered the Irish Sea the north of Ireland, the lowlands of Scotland, and the northern counties of England. Together they introduced still another variety of British culture to the New World. Numbers (page 608) Through the long period from 1718 to 1775, the annual number of immigrants from Ireland, Scotland and the north of England averaged more than 5,000 a year. At least 150,000 came from northern Ireland, sailing mostly from the ports of Belfast, Lough, Londonderry, Newry, Larne and Portrush. Another 75,000 departed form seaports in the west of Scotland, from the Clydebank to Solway Firth. At least 50,000 (probably more), left from coastal towns of northern England from Maryport to Merseyside. These are conservative estimates. The true magnitude may have been much larger. From the border counties of Scotland, 73 percent traveled in families. Many of the emigrants were women and girls. The sex ratio of those who left Scotland in the 1770s was 149 males for every 100 females an unusually even-handed distribution in an emigrant population. Quality of Persons (page 613) a somewhat larger group were independent yeomen who had achieved a measure of independence from the great landlords who dominated the border region. In Cumberland and Westmorland these yeomen were called the statesman class. Their numbers were comparatively small throughout this area, and even smaller in the emigrant stream. Most emigrants came from ranks below that of the gentry and statesmen. In the border counties of England and Scotland and northern Ireland as well, the majority were farmers and farm laborers who owned no land of their own, but worked as tenants and under tenants. A large minority were semiskilled craftsmen and petty traders. In northern Ireland, many had worked in the linen trade impoverished handloom weavers, unemployed agents, traders and entrepreneurs. The Ethington Family Organization Page 29

30 British Folkways in America Remarkably few came in bondage. From 1773 to 1776 indentured servants were only 1 percent of Scottish border emigrants, and less than 20 percent of those who had left the six northern counties of England. Origins (page 618) The emigration from Ulster was part of much larger flow which drew from the lowlands of Scotland, the north of England, and every side of the Irish Sea. Many scholars call these people Scotch-Irish. That expression is an Americanism, rarely used in Britain and much resented by the people to whom it was attached. We re no Eerish bot Scoatch., one of the was heard to say in Pennsylvania. Early in the twentieth century the English folklorist Cecil Sharp left his home in Stratford-on-Avon and spent many months in America s Appalachian highlands, collecting songs and dances of the back settlers. After careful comparison with British materials, he wrote of these people: From an analysis of their traditional songs, ballads, dances, singing-games, etc.they come from a part of England where the civilization was least developed probably the North of England, or the Border country between Scotland and England. The border region included six counties in the far north of England: Cumberland, Westmorland, and parts of Lancashire, Northumberland, Durham and parts of Yorkshire to the east. It also embraced five counties of southern Scotland Ayr, Dumfries, Wigtown, Roxburgh and Berwick. Reasons for leaving (Page 632) border violence landlords pacification evictions These people were refugees from a great historical transformation which had caught them in its complex coils. Some wished only to keep their own customs; others thought more of the future than the past. For both groups, the New World held the promise of a happiness which eluded them at home. In their teeming thousands they fled to America. Arrival in America (page 633) The borderers entered America principally through the ports of Philadelphia and Newcastle. They moved quickly into the surrounding countryside, and in the words of one official, simply squatted wherever they found a spot of vacant land. With much encouragement from Quaker leaders, the North Britons moved rapidly westward from Philadelphia into the rolling hills of the interior. Many drifted south and west along the mountains of Maryland, Virginia, and the Carolinas. They gradually became the dominant English-speaking culture in a broad belt of territory that extended from the highlands of Appalachia through much of the Old Southwest. The area of their settlement may be observed in the first U.S. Census of The distribution of surnames shows that immigrants from North Britain found their way into every part of the American colonies. But by far the largest concentration was to be found in the backcountry region that included southwestern Pennsylvania, the western parts of Maryland and Virginia, North and South Carolina, Georgia, Kentucky and Tennessee. Throughout that broad area, more than half of the population came from Scotland, Ireland and northern England. The Ethington Family Organization Page 30

31 British Folkways in America To the first settlers, the American backcountry was a dangerous environment, just as the British borderlands had been. Much of the southern highlands were debatable lands in the border sense of a contested territory without established government or the rule of law. The borderers were more at home than others in this anarchic environment, which was well suited to their family system, their warrior ethic, their farming and herding economy, their attitudes toward land and wealth and their ideas of work and power. So well adapted was the border culture to this environment that other ethnic groups tended to copy it. The ethos of the North British borders came to dominate this dark and bloody ground, partly by force of numbers, but mainly because it was a means of survival in a raw and dangerous world. Speech patterns (page 652) This southern highland speech has long been very distinctive for its patterns of pronunciation. It says whar for where, thar for there, hard for hired, critter for creature, sartin for certain, a-goin for going, hit for it, far for fire, deef for deaf, pizen for poison, nekkid for naked, eetch for itch, boosh for bush, wrassle for wrestle, chancy for china, chaw for chew, poosh for push, shet for shut, ba-it for bat, be-it for be, narrer for narrow, winder for window, and young-ins for young ones. Southern highland speech also has its own distinctive vocabulary in words such as fornenst (next to), skift (dusting of snow), fixin (getting ready to do something), brickle (brittle), swan (swear) [my grandmother Ethington from rural Kentucky would say in great disbelief, Well I swan --HDE], hant (ghost), hate (it ain t worth a hate), man (husband), cute (attractive), scawmy (misty), lowp (jump), lettin on (pretend), sparkin courting), hippin (a baby s diaper), bumfuzzled (confused), scoot (slide), and honey as a term of endearment. Scholars generally agree that this language developed from northern or Northumbrian English that was spoken in the lowlands of Scotland, in the North of Ireland, and in the border counties of England during the seventeenth and early eighteenth century. Every vocabulary word which we have noted as typical of American backcountry speech also appears in word lists collected in the English border counties of Cumberland and Westmorland during the nineteenth century. Housing (page 655) The Scotch Irish who began coming over in large numbers after 1718 seem to have been the first to adopt [the log cabin]. One soldier from the sough of England, marching north near Duns [close to the lands of Edington and Edrington] a few miles beyond the river Tweed, noted that the husbandmen s houses resemble our swine coates, few or none of them have more storeys than one, and that very low and covered usually with clods of earth, the people and their habits are suitable to the dwellings. Family (page 663) Beyond the nuclear core, beyond even the extended circle, there were two rings which were unique to this culture. One was called the derbfine. It encompassed all kin within the span of four generations. For many centuries, all laws of North Britain and Ireland had recognized the derbfine as a unit which defined the descent of property and power. It not only connected one nuclear family to another, but also joined one generation to the next. Beyond the derbfine lay a larger ring of kinship which was called the clan in North Britain. We think of clans today mainly in connection with the Scottish Highlands. But they also existed in the lowlands, northern Ireland and England s border counties where they were a highly effective adaptation to a world of violence and chronic insecurity. The Ethington Family Organization Page 31

32 British Folkways in America They had no formal councils, tartans, sporrans, bonnets or septs. But they were clannish in the most fundamental sense: a group of related families who lived near one another, were conscious of a common identify, carried the same surname, claimed descent from common ancestors and banded together when danger threatened. These North British border clans tended to settle together in the American backcountry. The Ethington Family Organization Page 32

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34 Lineages Research Report 21 Jan 1986 (Harrison) LINEAGES RESEARCH REPORT (#44022 ETHINGTON) 21 January 1986 This report, concerned with the ancestry of William ETHINGTON (d. 1853) of Henry County, Kentucky, supplements a report dated 20 December The purpose of this latest phase of the ETHINGTON study was to test, largely through examining the court order books and minute books of Culpeper and Spotsylvania counties, Virginia, a traditional idea of the ETHINGTON ancestry. A selective examination of extant order books and minute books has been completed, and some attention was also given to other records of Culpeper and Spotsylvania counties, along with records of Fredericksburg, Virginia, which became an independent political jurisdiction at the end of the American Revolution. Three results of this latest effort should be noted: 1. Normal possibilities for documenting the ancestry of William ETHINGTON of Henry County, Kentucky have produced no proof, and seem to be exhausted. 2. The found record appears to support, though it does not prove, the traditional idea of ancestry. 3. The found record gives reason to include some variations of the name ETHINGTON in any future study but to exclude other variations. To begin an explanation of results at the wrong end of a time frame, with the oldest records rather than with the most recent records, it appears that originally the family name probably was ATHERTON. In old British records, the surname EDINGTON was distinct, as was ATHERTON. In America, both names were altered, at least in spelling, and most likely in pronunciation. In a few cases, variations of ATHERTON and EDINGTON could have become identical and mixed with each other. In 18th-century records of Spotsylvania and Culpeper counties, the name spellings ATHERTON and ETHERTON became interchangeable. Thereafter, the name sometimes appeared as ETHERINGTON or EDRINGTON. Except through a general recognition of the limited literacy of that time and an evolution in English speech, the name variations are not understood. However, documentation for the specific variations just mentioned can be found in Spotsylvania Minute Book page 245, in the Culpeper Minute Book pages 30, 51, and 163, and Culpeper Minute Book pages 14 and 156. The Ethington Family Organization Page 34

35 Lineages Research Report 21 Jan 1986 (Harrison) Further, in the Fredericksburg deed index, EDRINGTON and EDENTON were considered to be the same. In the later form, there could also have been an American merger of the British names ATHERTON and EDINGTON, but it is also possible that the Fredericksburg records were for members of a Stafford County, Virginia family that usually was called ETHERINGTON. Given so much latitude or confusion in spelling, it should be noted that no other documented ETHERTON became ETHINGTON, at least in that part of the family that moved from Virginia to Henry County, Kentucky. In a presumed family migration from Great Britain to Virginia to Kentucky, it appears that the fundamental mutation in the surname was ATHERTON to ETHERTON to ETHINGTON. Other suggested variations should be accepted with caution, if at all. Documentation enclosed with this report notes that in 1747, during the supposed time of the traditional immigrant shoemaker, one William ETHERTON appeared in a single record of Spotsylvania County. The fact that he has not been found in other Spotsylvania record suggests that he owned no land and left no will. It seems reasonable to suppose that he might have lived in Fredericksburg, which was at the time a growing tobacco market and commercial center. Personal associations implied in the one record of William ETHERTON suggest that he probably lived in St. George's Parish, which at that time included Fredericksburg, but where he actually did live has not been established. William ETHERTON of the Spotsylvania County record of 1747, is the only known possibility for father to Joseph ATHERTON, Francis ATHERTON, John ETHERTON, and William ETHERTON, all of whom later appeared in records of Spotsylvania and Culpeper. During the first fifty years of this presumed family in Virginia, no record of land ownership by any family member has been found, suggesting that many of the ETHERTONs, if not all of them, may have been tradesmen who did not look to the land for a livelihood. Documentation enclosed with this report connects an unidentified Spotsylvania County ETHERTON with Scott and Shelby counties, Kentucky in the early 19th century. While the current researcher has not been involved in the ETHINGTON study long enough to fully grasp the results of more than twenty years of effort by earlier compilers, it seems reasonable to say that William ETHERTON of 1747 is an acceptable possibility as the grandfather of Willliam ETHINGTON of Henry County, Kentucky. It is emphasized that no proof of lineage has been found Further, notwithstanding the fact that some of the unindexed order books have not yet been read, it seems unlikely that such proof will be found. In this situation, of an interest in trying to either discredit or strengthen the family legend, additional work might be done, especially research on names of associates of the ETHINGTONs and ETHERTONs who have drawn attention. As to prospects for proving a lineage, it seems clear that the study is now beyond a point of diminishing returns. Essentially, the early story of the ETHINGTON family in Virginia probably will continue to rest on tradition. J.E. HARRISON Genealogist LINEAGES, INC. The Ethington Family Organization Page 35

36 Lineages Research Report 13 Feb 1986 (Harrison) LINEAGES RESEARCH REPORT (#44022-JEC ETHINGTON) 13 February 1986 This report, concerned with the ancestry of William ETHINGTON (died 1853) of Henry County, Kentucky, continues a study that was last reported early in January. The work offered here contains new information, but remains conceptual. Strict genealogical proof is absent. The traditional account of the family history does seem to have been strengthened. An affidavit already in the files connects William ETHINGTON with Culpeper County, Virginia. Document 2, enclosed, locates the supposed Culpeper County birthplace of William ETHINGTON-- Winston, Virginia. Because the spelling of the surname has caused so much confusion. it seems necessary to consider the family as it might have been, working forward in time, beginning with the name itself, which is thought to have been spelled originally ATHERTON. Tradition speaks of an immigrant shoemaker, who was perhaps the William ETHERTON who appeared in Spotsylvania County records in A second record for someone believed to be the same William has been found, William ATHERINGTON, a resident of Spotsylvania County in Thus, the spelling problem was not something that later developed in American records; it was there from the beginning. The records from 1747 to 1755 seem to document the inception of a mixed surname spelling found in what is thought to have been three generations of one family in records of five counties in two states. Spelling in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries was sometimes casual, but the difficulty with this surname seems to go beyond indifferent records keeping, suggesting a problem in phonetics. The records clerks seem to have been unable to describe in English writing the way the name was pronounced. A tentative explanation is offered here, for testing over a period of time by persons interested in the history of this family. It seems likely that the sound of the surname, as spoken in Colonial times, would be unfamiliar to a contemporary American. The name was something of four syllables that might have been drawn like this: A D - R - NG - TON E TH The second syllable was firm, easily understood, always present, while the third syllable was very soft, nearly inaudible and sometimes missing from the written name. The initial letter was neither an A nor an E, but something between those two, given in some later spellings as EA, a sort of reverse diphthong, followed by a sound that was somewhere between D and TH. The spoken name probably could not be spelled any better in modern writing than it was in the eighteenth century. The Ethington Family Organization Page 36

37 Lineages Research Report 13 Feb 1986 (Harrison) The surname is supposed to have had its genesis in the north of England. The immigrant ATHERTON is thought to have come here from Scotland, which seems plausible. Whether an eighteenth-century Scottish dialect of the English language might have generated the spelling problem is not known. At the time the presumed immigrant came to America, a proper English spelling of the surname was ATHERTON, but an acceptable alternate spelling was EDRINGTON. In time, the third syllable became firm; the second syllable disappeared. ATHERTON became ETHINGTON. With an understanding that such speculation could be wrong, it is submitted that a keen interest in the name is not an academic exercise. The study needs some explanation as a basis for making sometimes difficult choices among the few records that seem to be available. William ETHERTON / ATHERINGTON of Colonial Spotsylvania is thought to be the best known possibility as the legendary immigrant progenitor of the American family that produced William ETHINGTON of Henry County, Kentucky. Several things about the presumed immigrant should be noted: 1. There is reason to suspect that William ETHERTON of Spotsylvania County might have been related to Jeremiah ADERTON of Maryland. 2. In the found record, William ETHERTON of Spotsylvania County in 1755 is distinct from his contemporary, William ETHERINGTON of Stafford County, who was father to Thomas (born 1743), Christopher (born 1749), John (born 1753), and James (born 1756). No reason has been found to suppose that the two families either were or were not related. Their geographic proximity is interesting and emphasizes a need for careful and conventional research, working backward in time, documenting each generation. 3. William ETHERTON of Spotsylvania County in 1755 might have been the father of five men whose names are found in Crozier 15 Spotsylvania County Records: Francis ATHERTON (page 524), James EDERTON (page 23), John ETHERTON (page 460), Joseph ATHERTON (page 432), and William ETHERTON (page 319). 4. William ETHERTON of Spotsylvania County in 1755 perhaps was not the father of two other men mentioned in Crozier: Christopher EDRINGTON (page 381) and Thomas ETHERINGTON (page 222), whose names appear in the Stafford County family. Because the second syllable of the surname seems to have been pronounced distinctly in the eighteenth century, it seems probable that the early American ETHERTONs and ETHERINGTONs were not related to families with similarly spelled surnames that lacked the R sound in the second syllable, for example EDDINGTON. Exceptions have been found, but in general the idea seems to be true. To try to establish a framework for possible further study, the following comment is offered in chronological sequence: 1732 Robert BEVERLEY obtained a patent for land in Caroline County, Virginia for The Ethington Family Organization Page 37

38 Lineages Research Report 13 Feb 1986 (Harrison) importing, among others, Augustin ATHERTON (Nugent, Cavaliers and Pioneers, Volume III) William ETHERTON appeared in the records of Spotsylvania County (Document 2 of previous report) William ATHERINGTON and his neighbors were obliged to perform civil duties in maintaining a road near "East North East" River, evidently near their homes (Document 4 to this report). Whether that river is the watercourse now called Northeast Creek is not known. All of the neighbors names appear in Crozier s Spotsylvania County Records, seemingly reputable middle-class citizens. None were prominent. This record of William ATHERINGTON was found in the unindexed film number 34089, which is exceptionally weak. The effort to read that film for names was something less than 50 percent effective, which leaves a bothersome gap in the study Sarah HICKS of Whitehaven in County Cumberland, England, executrix of the late Wm. HICKS of Whitehaven granted a power-of-attorney to Col. John CARLYLE of Alexandria, Fairfax County, Virginia to receive from Jeremiah ADERTON of Chicamaxen, Province of Maryland, or any other persons, sums, etc. (Crozier, page 209). It is hard to understand why the power-of-attorney was recorded in Spotsylvania County unless William HICKS or Jeremiah ADERTON had some business connection with Spotsylvania, where William ETHERTON lived George Washington's soldiers, for whom the immigrant is said to have made shoes, were involved in the French and Indian War James EDERTON was married to Lucy, daughter of Joseph PETERSON, who was a neighbor to William ATHERINGTON (Crozier, page 23, and Document 4 to this report). James EDERTON, husband to Lucy PETERSON, is distinct from James, son of William ETHERINGTON of Stafford County. The latter James was 10 years old when the former was a married man (Reference only) Thomas REEVES moved from Spotsylvania County to Augusta County, Virginia John ETHERINGTON was relieved as overseer of a road in the immediate vicinity of Fredericksburg (Document 3 to this report) 1774 William ETHERTON witnessed a deed in Spotsylvania County (Crozier, page 319). There is no mention of Jr. or Sr. in this record, which, read with a 1785 record for William ATHERTON Jr., suggests that William of 1755 was dead in 1774 and that his presumed son, William, was living (Reference only) Thomas REEVES, formerly of Spotsylvania County, was connected with Rockingham County, Virginia, home of a large family of HARRISONs, many of whom later lived in Kentucky Lucy ETHERTON was a widow (Crozier, page 360). In 1766, Lucy, daughter of Joseph PETERSON, had been married to James EDERTON. The Ethington Family Organization Page 38

39 Lineages Research Report 13 Feb 1986 (Harrison) 1784 (Reference only) Thomas REEVES obtained Virginia grants for land in present Kentucky William ATHERTON Jr. was heir to Francis ATHERTON (Crozier, page 524). This record suggests that William, son of Francis, was junior to his uncle of the same name The Spotsylvania County will of Lewis PINES Jr. mentioned his sister, Molly ETHERTON (Crozier, page 43) Nancy, daughter of Joseph ATHERTON, was bound out to John PENDLETON in Spotsylvania County (Crozier, page 432) (Reference only) James EATHAM and his son, William EATHAM, paid personal property taxes in Culpeper County. A name transcribed as James ESTHAM appeared in Spotsylvania in These people are not thought to have been of the ETHERTON / ETHERINGTON families (Reference only) Andrew, Daniel, and Jacob CUDGEL paid personal property taxes in Woodford County. The name CUDGEL is found in Crumrine's History of Washington County, Pennsylvania and Ellis's History of Fayette County, Pennsylvania. The GUDGELs seem to have lived in the Fort Pitt- Youghiogheny country claimed by both Pennsylvania and Virginia. No suggestion has been found that any of the ETHERTONs lived in what is now southwest Pennsylvania (Reference only) Joseph EDRINGTON paid personal property tax in Woodford County. The given name Joseph has not yet been identified with the Stafford County ETHERINGTON family John ETHERTON of Culpeper County bought land in Spotsylvania County (Crozier, page 460). Here is a documented connection of Culpeper ETHERTON with Spotsylvania ETHERTON (Reference only) Joseph EDRINGTON paid personal property tax in Franklin County, Kentucky. This man has not been identified as either Joseph of Woodford County or Joseph of Spotsylvania, both of whom are missing from the tax rolls of their respective counties in (Reference only) Joseph EDRINGTON of Woodford County bought land in Franklin County. This same Joseph paid taxes for land in Woodford, Madison, and Mercer counties William EATHERTON paid personal property taxes in Culpeper County This man is thought to have been the same William who later paid taxes in Scot County, Kentucky and died in Henry County in William ATHERINGTON paid personal property taxes in Scott County The tax book for 1813 is missing. The Ethington Family Organization Page 39

40 Lineages Research Report 13 Feb 1986 (Harrison) 1814 William ETHINGTON and Fielding ETHINGTON bought land in Henry County, within a tract originally surveyed for Thomas REEVES and HARRISON Surnames identified with Six Mile Creek, found in the land tax rolls, that appeared near the names William ETHINGTON and Fielding ETHINGTON in the 1820 Henry County Census were KNOWLES, MITCHELL, MOORE, SHUCK, WARFIELD--perhaps all identifiable with Spotsylvania or Culpeper, or both A deposition by William ETHINGTON of Henry County established his special knowledge of the family of William EATHERTON (died 1798) of Culpeper County, but the deposition seems to imply that William ETHINGTON of Henry County was not an heir to William EATHERTON of Culpeper County The Henry County will of William ETHINGTON named his children, first mentioning James, perhaps the oldest son. In some, but not all, Virginia- Kentucky families of that time, the first son was named for his paternal grandfather. A fashion that seems to have reached its peak in the first half of the nineteenth century proves nothing, but does point out a possibility that needs examination. Nugent's Cavaliers and Pioneers, Volume III, ends with the year William ETHERTON is first found in Spotsylvania County in If he was claimed as a headright, his name should be found once in one of the Patent Books reproduced in eleven rolls of microfilm. The books are indexed only for names of patentees. A search of each roll of film, reading for names of headrights, would amount to at least a day of work, probably more than that, assuming the names could be read. Three or four weeks of searching is not beyond imagination. If the one mention of the name is missed, the work fails. Before risking that much, it would seem practical to explore an idea that William ETHERTON might have come into Virginia from Maryland and was not a Virginian headright. It is a truism that in genealogical studies something can always be done that has not been done. As to this study, possibilities for documenting the relationship of William ETHINGTON (died 1853) to his father--james, John, or Joseph--in Salt Lake City appear to be so limited that they might be said to be practically exhausted. Possibilities for documenting the names of sons of William ATHERINGTON who lived in Spotsylvania County in 1755 also appear to be exhausted unless a much better copy of film number can be located. Film was hurriedly scanned for names because the week was drawing to a close, but the time period covered by that film seems comparatively less important while the time period in is a matter of some concern. During much of that time, the ink of the original records has become bleached. It is possible that this part of the search could be accomplished only at the Spotsylvania County courthouse. The best remaining prospects for establishing the lineage are thought to be in the holdings of original court records at Kentucky Archives in Frankfort and at Virginia State Library in Richmond. LINEAGES, INC. J.E. Harrison Genealogist The Ethington Family Organization Page 40

41 Lineages Research Report 13 Feb 1986 (Harrison) The Ethington Family Organization Page 41

42 Ethington Surnames in England & Scotland report Ethington Surnames found in England and Scotland compiled from The International Genealogical Index (IGI) and Scottish Records as compiled by the LDS Church 1996 by The Ethington Family Organization Harold D. Ethington, President April, 1997 The Ethington Family Organization Page 42

43 Ethington Surnames in England & Scotland BACKGROUND Years of research by the Ethington Family Organization, and many others, has failed to yield the source of the American Ethington Family. Proof is not yet sure, but the apparent ancestor of the Ethingtons, the Etheringtons of Owen county KY, and the Edentons of Virginia is one William Ethington who is active in Spotsylvania county Virginia in the early 1700 s. It appears that these families all descend from his sons William, James, John, Francis and Joseph who each lived in that county. William Ethington Sr. s parents are not known, nor is it known if he was born in the United States, or if he was an immigrant. The Edrington family has been extensively researched by Kay Edrington of La Pointe Utah, Bob Cheatham of Maryland, and others. Their ancestor, Christopher Edrington appears very early in Virginia, and seems to have come from England. Kay Edrington has gathered information leading to the conclusion that the Ethington name is derived from the Adder River Valley, in Southern Scotland. A book by W.F.H. Nicolaisen 7 proposes this theory, and follows the name from the town ( tun ) on the Adder River, through several forms (Adder, Adderingtun, Edderingtun, Ederington, Edrington, Ethrington, Ethington ) to its many forms today. The name appears in its earliest forms as early as the year 1100, and is found in many records up to the present day. Scottish Records Following Mr. Nicolaisen s work, Kay Edrington soon realized that the Edrington names were found in many different English and Scottish counties. In talks with Harold Ethington, the idea was born to study the placement of the names in early English and Scottish records, in an effort to isolate the earliest uses of each form of the name 8. It was hoped that this would provide some clue as to the origin of the family, and either support or refute Dr. Nicolaisen s theory. The Mormon Church (of Salt Lake City Utah) has recently concluded an extensive project computerizing early Scottish church records. These records included baptisms, confirmations, and marriages from the years 1500 through the late 1800 s. The size of the data base is not stated, but involves millions of names. This was the first source of data for this study. The second source was the International Genealogical Index (IGI), again published by the Mormon Church. This data base contains approximately 300 million records of events in 7 Scottish Place Names by W.F.H. (Bill) Nicolaisen, B.T. Batsford Ltd. London c An excellent study of British surnames in the Americas is Albion s Seed, Four British Folkways in America by David Hackett Fischer Oxford University Press See chapter titled Borderlands to the Backcountry, a study of borderers who immigrated to the Virginia backcountry. Also, for further understanding of the Border problem, see George MacDonald Fraser s The Steel Bonnets. The Ethington Family Organization Page 43

44 Ethington Surnames in England & Scotland person s lives: baptisms, confirmations, marriages, deaths, and births. Both the IGI and the Scottish Records are indexed in such a way that one can look for alternate ways of spelling any name, and ask for a copy of all similar name spellings. This search of the IGI and the Scottish Church Records yielded almost 3,000 references to Ethington and similar names. This information was downloaded to a diskette in the form of a GEDCOM file, and transferred to a Personal Ancestral File (PAF) data base where it could be converted back into individual information. A report was then run out of PAF, and sent to a DOS text file. The spreadsheet program Excel (Microsoft) was then used to convert this text file into a spreadsheet, where it could be further manipulated and sorted. The reports created in Excel are as follows: REPORTS Report A A list of all names found, in alphabetical order of their original spelling, and the frequency of appearance in England, Scotland, and both countries combined. Not all of these names will be part of our families, but the thought here was to throw a large net, and see what we came up with. As I look at the data, I think we can eliminate the Addingtons, and perhaps the Harintons. The numbers on succeeding reports would change significantly. Report B A list of all names found, in descending order of frequency. You can see that Addington is the second highest name on the list and Harrington is not far behind. Report C Raw data sorted by (1) County, (2) Town, and (3) year. The sort did not extend to the parish level. Towns with more than about 10 entries have been set of by a blank line at the head of that town s listings. Entries within a town name will be in year order. It is easy to see from this report that Addington is very strong in Bedford, while the I dingtons are found almost exclusively in East Lothian. These may be keys in tracing the different families mingled in these records. Report D Male and Female given names, by century, both countries combined. It is interesting to see that the most common male names are Biblical, or English Kings. The same is true for the female names. This should be a representative sample of the whole universe of family activity for this area, but note that there are less than a thousand males, but over 2,000 females. I cannot explain this anomaly, but think that a review of the source documents may reveal that they are biased in favor of recording females over males. Report E A set of 8 reports, of 3 pages each. This lists the occurrence of the 21 most used spellings, sorted by county, and bracketed in 20 year increments. The counties have been listed from South to North across the three page sections, giving some idea of the spatial relationship between the usages of the names. For instance, you can see that Addington is used mainly in the counties of Bedford, and Northhampton. The Ethington Family Organization Page 44

45 Ethington Surnames in England & Scotland Report F A plotting of the names from Report E on maps of Scotland and England. There are 13 maps for each country, with the number of occurrences written in each county, for each 20 year period. Things to keep in mind when reading these maps are: The records found may not represent the true distribution of the family record keeping in such early times as this was scanty and sporadic at best. Also, these numbers may contain references to families that are not related. Report G Chirnside Past and Present by Erica Hunt. This small booklet was purchased by Pat Ethington Beadle on a trip to Scotland several years ago. She spent some time at the Edrington Mains, and has indicated that location on the map included. Report H The Surnames of Scotland by Black. Mr. Black has listed many early references to the Edington name on page 239 of his highly detailed work. He states that the name originates with the old barony of the same name in the parish of Chirnside, Berwickshire. Chirnside lies in the Adder River valley, which supports the conclusions drawn by Nicolaisen. Since Black s references are not specific to present-day counties, I have not included them in the other reports. However, a study of their geographic placements would surely shed greater light on the events of Black shows a number of references from the years 1100 through Report I Scottish Place Names by W.F.H. Nicolaisen Special note is made of the Edrington names on pages 25 and 73. Mr. Nicolaisen relates this family name to the Berwickshire area, and traces its development as follows: there remains a genuine residue of early material in such Berwickshire names as Edington, (Hadynton 1095 [15 th ] farm associated with *Ead(d)a ; Edrington (Hadryngton 1095 [15 th ] farm associated with the river Adder Report J Kay Edrington research on English and Scottish origins Articles written by Kay over the years as he has evaluated the English and Scottish occurrences of the name. These reports may all be found at the family web site, The Ethington Family Organization Page 45

46 Ethington Surnames in England & Scotland PRELIMINARY CONCLUSIONS While you will each have your own ideas, these things seem to come out of this for me: 1. Spellings: I had no idea that there could be so many ways to spell the name we hear when we say it. As you read these names, and say them out loud, I think you can see that they are all very similar. Remember, the H would be silent, and the D is interchangeable with the TH sound in early Scottish dialect. 2. I was surprised to see that the spelling Edington is the most common. It is also among the earliest, found in the town of Puritan, in Somerset England in The spelling Ethington is very rare, and found only in the town of Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland in Edrington is the 9 th highest frequency. 3. The name seems to appear in southern England about 40 years before it is seen in southern Scotland. I think this may be just a difference in availability of records, and should not be taken to mean that the name originated in southern England. In there is a sudden emergence of the name in Mid and East Lothian -- an area close to the supposed origin of the family, in the Adder River Valley. 4. It seems to me that while there is a continuing presence in the southern English counties of Somerset, Sussex, Surrey, and of course London, there is a stronger presence in the northern counties of Yorkshire, Durham, Northumberland, and Cumberland. These northern counties are close to the southern Scottish counties of Berwick, East Lothian, and Midlothian where the family again, appears to be very strong. Continuing Research We must carefully consider our efforts in Scottish or English research. We have not yet identified our immigrant ancestor, and really have no idea where he may have come from. Major efforts in either England or Scotland may be totally misguided, without some signal from the Americas as to port of departure or point of origin. While this study has been interesting, and intriguing in the hints it offers to us, perhaps its greatest value will come in the future once more is learned about our first American ancestor. With this caution in mind, there is one thing that should be done. We must make a search for any organization in England or Scotland that may have worked on our family names. There could be an English Edrington Family Organization, or some other similar group that is looking for their lost American cousins. At the very least, this aspect of our Old World ancestry should be examined. Reports follow. The Ethington Family Organization Page 46

47 Ethington Surnames in England & Scotland Rpt A Report A A list of all names found, in alphabetical order of their original spelling, and the frequency of appearance in England and Scotland, both countries combined s 1600 s 1700 s total 1500 s 1600 s 1700 s total ADDERTOUN ETHENTON ADDETON ETHERINGHTON ADDINGETON ETHERINGTON ADDINGTON ETHERINGTONN ADDINGTONE ETHERINTON ADDINGTONN ETHERTON ADDINTON ETHERTON ADDINTONE ETHINGTON ADDITTON ETHINGTOUN ADDYINGTON ETHINGTOUNE ADDYNGTON ETHREINGTON ADINGTON ETHRENTON ADINGTUN ETHRINGTON ADINTON ETHRINGTUN ADYNGTON ETHRINTON ANDINGTON ETRINTON ATHERINGTON ETTERINGTON ATTETON HARENDEN EADDRINGTON HARINGTON EADINGTON HARINGTONE EARANTON HARINTONE EARINGTON HARINTONNE EARINTON HARRINGDON EATHERINGTON HARRINGTON EATHERTON HARRINGTON EATHINGTOUN HARRINTON EATHRINGTON HARRYNGTON EDDERINGTON HARRYNTON EDDERINTON HATHERINGTON EDDERRONTON HATHERINTON EDDERRUNTON HATHRINGTON EDDINGTON HEARNDEN EDDINGTON HEARYINGTON EDDINTON HEATHERINGTEN EDDRENGTON HEATHERINGTON EDDRENTON HEATHRINGTON EDDRINGTON HEDDERINGTON EDDRINGTON HEDDRINGTON EDEINGTON HEDRINGTON EDENTON HEDRINGTON EDENTON HEDRINTON EDENTON HERENDEN EDENTONE HERINGTON EDERENTON HERRENDEN EDERENTOUN HERRENDON EDERINGTON HERRINGDONS EDERINTON HERRINGTON EDERTONE HERYNDEN EDIGTONNE HETERINTON EDINGHTON HETHARINTON EDINGTEN HETHERINGTON EDINGTON HETHERINGTON EDINGTON HETHERINGTONE EDINGTON HETHERINGTOUN EDINGTON HETHERINTON EDINGTONE HETHERINTON EDINGTOUN HETHERRINGTON EDINGTOUNE HETHERTOUN The Ethington Family Organization Page 47

48 Ethington Surnames in England & Scotland Rpt A (columns continue on next page) EDINGTOWN HETHERTOUNE EDINTON HETHERTOWN EDINTONE HETHRINGTON EDINTOUN HETHRINGTONE EDINTOUNE HETHRINTON EDINTUN HEUERINGTON EDRENTON IDDINGTON EDRIMGTON IDDINGTONE EDRINGTON IDDINGTOUN EDRINGTONE IDENTON EDRINGTOUN IDENTOUN EDRINGTOUNE IDINGTON EDRINTON IDINGTONE EDRITON IDINGTOUN EDRONTON IDINGTOUNE EIDINGTON IDINTON EITHERTON IDINTONE ERINGTON IDINTOUN ERINGTON IRONTON ERRINGTON IRRINGTON ERRINGTON IRRINTON ERRINGTONS ERRINTON End of Report A The Ethington Family Organization Page 48

49 Ethington names in England and Scotland Report B Report B A list of all names found, in descending order of frequency s 1600 s 1700 s total 1500 s 1600 s 1700 s total EDINGTON HETHRINGTONE ADDINGTON IDDINGTOUN HETHERINGTON IDENTOUN HARRINGTON IDINTOUN ERRINGTON ADDINGETON ETHERINGTON ADDINGTONN EDDINGTON ADDINTONE IDINGTON ADDITTON EDRINGTON ADDYINGTON HERRINGTON ADYNGTON EDINGTOUN ANDINGTON ETHERTON ATHERINGTON IDINGTOUN ATTETON EDERINGTON EADDRINGTON HETHRINGTON EARANTON ADINGTON EARINGTON ERINGTON EARINTON EDDERINGTON EATHRINGTON EDINTON EDDINGTON HARINGTON EDDRENGTON EDENTON EDDRINGTON ETHRINGTON EDEINGTON IDENTON EDENTON EDINGTONE EDENTON EDDRINGTON EDENTONE EDRINTON EDERENTOUN IDINGTONE EDIGTONNE HEATHERINGTON EDINGHTON EADINGTON EDINGTEN HEDRINGTON EDINGTON ADDERTOUN EDINGTON HARRINTON EDINGTON EDINGTOUNE EDINTONE HEDDRINGTON EDINTOUNE IDINTON EDINTUN EATHINGTOUN EDRIMGTON EIDINGTON EDRINGTONE ETHINGTON EDRITON ETHINGTOUN EDRONTON HEARNDEN EITHERTON HERINGTON ERINGTON ERRINTON ERRINGTON HATHRINGTON ERRINGTONS HERENDEN ETHENTON IDINGTOUNE ETHERINGTONN ADDINTON ETHERTON EATHERINGTON ETHRENTON EDDINTON ETHRINTON EDERENTON ETRINTON HATHERINGTON HARINGTONE ADDYNGTON HARINTONE ADINTON HARINTONNE EATHERTON HARRINGDON EDERINTON HARRINGTON ETHERINTON HARRYNGTON HETHERINTON HARRYNTON ADDETON HEARYINGTON ADDINGTONE HEATHERINGTEN EDDERRUNTON HEDDERINGTON The Ethington Family Organization Page 49

50 Ethington names in England and Scotland Report B (columns continue on next page) EDDRENTON HEDRINGTON EDINTOUN HEDRINTON ETHINGTOUNE HERRENDEN HATHERINTON HERRENDON ADINGTUN HERRINGDONS EDDERINTON HERYNDEN EDDERRONTON HETERINTON EDERTONE HETHARINTON EDINGTOWN HETHERINGTON EDRENTON HETHERTOUN EDRINGTOUN HETHERTOUNE EDRINGTOUNE HETHERTOWN ETHERINGHTON HETHRINTON ETHREINGTON HEUERINGTON ETHRINGTUN IDDINGTON ETTERINGTON IDDINGTONE HARENDEN IDINTONE HEATHRINGTON IRONTON HETHERINGTONE IRRINGTON HETHERINGTOUN IRRINTON HETHERINTON HETHERRINGTON End of Report B Report C Raw data sorted by (1) County, (2) Town, and (3) year Due to the length of Report C, detail will be added at the end of this document as Appendix A. A chart, and maps that plot the data in this report are presented on the following pages. Note the distribution of the names in the Early Berwick map. Earliest dates are in Coldingham, Activity is recorded in Dunbar in 1298, and following, in 1450 we see Thomas Ethingtoun active in the Chirnside/Edington area. In the 250 years after Thomas, we see a virtual circle of Ethington references surrounding the Chirnside area: Foulden, Edrington, Duns, Fogo, Polwarth, Longformacus and others all show the growth and spread of persons with several name variations in this specific area. It should be remembered that data collection of these name references is not complete, and could be presenting a skewed picture. The Ethington Family Organization Page 50

51 Ethington names in England and Scotland Report B Count Ethington Name Occurences by County London Northumberland Cumberland Durham Berwick Lancashire East Lothian 1500's 1600's 1700's Century York Aberdeen Angus Ayr Bedford Berkshire Berwick Buckingham Bute Cambridge Cheshire Clackmannan Cornwall Cumberland Derby Devon Dorset Dublin Dumfries Dunbarton Durham East Lothian Essex Fife Gloucester Hampshire Hereford Hertford Huntingdon Kent Kirkcudbright Lanark Lancashire Leicester Lincoln London London Midlothian Monaghan Norfolk Northampton Northumberland Nottingham Oxford Perth Roxburgh Rutland Shropshire Somerset Stafford Stirling Suffolk Surrey The Ethington Family Organization Page 51

52 Ethington names in England and Scotland Report C Early Ethingtons, Early Berwick Adder River Valley The Ethington Family Organization Page 52

53 Ethington names in England and Scotland Report C Early Ethingtons, Dunbar Area The Ethington Family Organization Page 53

54 Ethington names in England and Scotland Report C Early Ethingtons, East Lothian County The Ethington Family Organization Page 54

55 Ethington names in England and Scotland Report C Early Ethingtons, Edinburgh Area The Ethington Family Organization Page 55

56 Ethington names in England and Scotland Report C Early Ethingtons, Northumberland The Ethington Family Organization Page 56

57 Ethington names in England and Scotland Report D Report D Given Names (Male) England and Scotland Given Names (Female) England and Scotland 1500's 1600's 1700's total 1500's 1600's 1700's Total John Ann James Anne William Hannah Robert Mary George Elizabeth Thomas Alice Charles Margaret Alexander Anna C Anna Andrew Agnes Richard Jane David C Joseph Janet Edward Catherine Anthony Sarah Adam Isabel Archibald Barbara Benjamin Jean Patrick Nancy Abraham Dorothy Mark An Peter Alison Elisabeth Georg Marion Luke Frances Ambrose Helen Christopher Charlotte Arthur Christian Caleb Isobell Daniel Alicia Francis Eliz Gilbert Eliz Henry Rachel Roger Ane Gregory Ellen Hugh Grace Johne Isabella Johne Isobel Walter Jannet Albert Joan Antony Margery Charls Anna Maria Edmund Annas Jno Hanna Jno Jone Matthew Katherine Robt Marie Tho Susan Adamus Abigall ALLEN Agneta Anthonie Alis Archbald Allice Ashton Caroline Gavin Eleanor Jeremiah Eupham Laurence Jennet Lawrence Katharin Leonard Margerye The Ethington Family Organization Page 57

58 Ethington names in England and Scotland Report D Michael Margret Mr Martha Philip Mary Ann Samuel Marye Willm SUSANNA Wm Abigail Wm Agatha A Agness Aaron Agnis Abell Agnus Albonny Alce Alex Alisone Alexader Angnes Alixander Annes Allexand Arabella Allexander Barbary Allison Bessie Ambrosius Betty AMOS Bridget And Catharine Andreu Cathrine Andrew C Charity Grace Archbell Charlot Augustine Christian B Dorothie Barnabas Elezabeth Bartholomew Eliza Beniamin Elizh Bennite Ellin Bezaleel Euphance Bezaleell Han Brian Hester Brianus Isabell Caleb D Jeane Charles C Joanna Charles F Johan Chas Joyce Chas Katharine Cheney Katurne Christ Margeret Christop Marget Christopherus Margrat Cuthbert Margt DIXON Margt Edmd Marione Edmond Marioun Edw Nanny Edwd Nansie Edwd Priscilla Elleeck Sara Felix Susannah Frauncis Thomas Kier Gorge Thomasina Grego Aann Hamland John Abagail Harrison Abagal Henrey Abigael Henrye Abigaell Heugh Adarie Humfry Agnetta Innocent Ales Isaac Alic Jacobus Alicea Jam Alles Janetus Allison Jerome An Jhn Anas Johannes Angell John A D Ann Ellis John Hiley Ann H L The Ethington Family Organization Page 58

59 Ethington names in England and Scotland Report D John James Ann Hobbs John Kemp Ann Maria John Stoaks Ann Mrs Johnn Annah JOHNSTON Annamaria Jonah Anne C Jos Anne E Laurance Annis Marcus Anny Michell Arabia Oliver Armena Patrik Aster Purnell Avies Richd Avis Robt Aybegell Samual Barbarah SS Barbray Steuart Bethia Stewart Bridgett T Caecilia C Tho Carolina Ann Thos Catharin Thos Catheren Thos. Alfred Catherina Timithy Charlotta Willi Charlotte E Williame Christiana Xpopher Christin Christobell Cicil Damers Deborah Dinah Doretie E Ealce Eeles El Eleaner Elesebeth Elesoun Elinor Elisa Elisone Elizab Elizabath Elizth Elizth Ellenor Elliner Ellizabeth Elsabeth Elspet Elspeth Elspit Em Eunice Or E Euphams Frances E Francis Gartrude Girzel Grizel H Hanah Hanah Hanh Hannah Doug Hannah Snook Hanner The Ethington Family Organization Page 59

60 Ethington names in England and Scotland Report D Hannh Harriet Helene Huldah I Isable Isbell Jana Jane Or Joane Janes Jannit Jenet Jenot Joane Johane Jonet Jubilee Judith Katharen Katherin Katherina Kathrine Katrin Kattren Kitty Lilias Lillias Lucie Lucy Lydia Magdalen Maine Marey Margareta Margarett Margary Margeritt Margrate Margrett Maria Marjery Naney Nanney Penelope Persanea Pheby Phillis Phoebe Phyllis Prisilla R Rebecka Rebeckah Rose Sarah Maria Tamazine Ursely The Ethington Family Organization Page 60

61 Edrington Berwickshire (Lauder-Frost) EDRINGTON, Berwickshire The Castle and early reference focusing on The Lauder Family Ownership of Edrington Lands by Gregory Lauder Frost of The Old School House Mordington, Nr. Foulden Berwickshire TD15 1XA and 58 Coleshill Flats Pimlico Road London SW1W 8LL Tel Carr s Coldingham Priory states that Edrington derived its name from its contiguity to the river Whitadder but he does not further explain how he associates the names. James Logan Mack 9 suggests that it is no doubt the case that what is now the Whitadder was formerly the Adder, and Edrington, Adderton, or Addrington. In Berwickshire to this day, the reptile known as the adder is frequently called an Ether, and Edrington in like manner was pronounced Etherington. He refers to Edrington as One of the earliest Border strongholds. The ancient castle occupied the summit of a steep bank above the Whitadder, and must have been a place of considerable strength and importance. Year 1097 An early reference to Edrington is in Coldingham Parish and Prior 10 which mentions charters (c. 1097) of King Edgar by which were granted the profits of the mansions of inter alia, Fulden & Hadrington [Founden and Edrington] for the souls of his House [i.e. the Priory]. Year 1304 There is a reference in the year 1304 to The King s lands of Edringtone, and also the King s mill there in Joseph Bain s Calendar of Documents Relating to Scotland 11. [All lands were held by the superior landlord, from the King.] However, in a small booklet the Parish of Mordington 12 the authoress suggests that the King was Edward the First of England. These were disputed lands, as we have already seen, above, with the charters referring to King Edgar, although Edrington has always been firmly in Scotland. 9 The Border Line, Edinburgh, A. Thomson Galashiels, Edinburgh Mrs. W.R. Johnson, Berwick-upon-Tweed, 1966 The Ethington Family Organization Page 61

62 Edrington Berwickshire (Lauder-Frost) We now come to the ancient family of Lauder of Bass, for centuries the proprietors of Edrington. The family of Lauder came to Scotland with Malcolm Canmore, and are recorded as prominent from 1320 and amongst those below the rank of earl who have been considered as belonging to the Scottish higher nobility between 1325 and This family had campaigned with both Sir William Wallace, and Robert the Bruce who had appointed Sir Robert de Laweder of the Bass Justiciary of Scotland South of the Forth. On the 28 th July 1328, Robert the Bruce granted a charter of restitution to Sir Henry Percy of all his father s lands and rents, etc., in Scotland. Witnesses to this charter included Roberto de Lawedre, father (or senior), Knight 14. Year 1330 John J. Reid, B.A., F.S.A., (Scot) writing in The Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries (14 th December, 1885) on Early Notices of the Bass Rock and its Owners stated : Sir Robert of Lauder of Bass was, in 1329, employed on a mission to England, no doubt diplomatic in its character, and payments out of public funds amounting to 60 were made to him for the expense of his journeys to London and York. In 1330 he possessed hereditarily the fishings of Edrington [Berwickshire] and was Keeper of Berwick Castle and Sheriff there. Year 1331 In the accounts of Sir Alexander de Seton, Collector of the Burgh of Berwick 16 th March 1331, it states: Allowed to accountants for the fisher [fishing rights] of Edermouth [Whiteadder] now in possession of Sir Robert de Lawder by right of inheritance; paid to Robert de Lawder balance of his fee of 50 merks, 6.13s.4p; and for his fee due at Martinmas, 33.6s.8p 15. Another notice indicating the very local connection is the following: Roberto de Lawedre, Militibus, Justiciario Lowdonie was a witness in a charter granted by Randolph, Earl of Moray, to John, Earl of Angus, of Morthyntoun [Mordington] in Edrington to this day lies within the parish of Mordington. Year 1333 Sir Robert Lauder or Lavedre both father and son were present at the battle of Halidon Hill, in [20 th July] The famous chronicler Knyghton also states that Sir Robert Senior was present but did not take part due to the fact that he was unable to dismount from his horse in full armour owing to his advanced age. Halidon Hill is just two miles from Edrington Castle. J. Stewart Smith states that The eldest son of Lauder of Bass took Edrington during his father s lifetime. 18 Year 1325 Mr. Logan Mack (above) then refers us to a charter of 1325 whereby the village and fishings of Eddermouth are bestowed upon William de Pressin, Lord Warden of Jedburgh Forest. But this undoubtedly is a charter by the English King, this being shortly after the battle of Halidon Hill, when He was confiscating properties of families known to be loyal to the Scottish Crown. Year 1335 In A Calendar of Documents Relating to Scotland, there appears a charter dated circa 1335 which mentions numerous properties in and around Berwick-upon-Tweed which Robert the Bruce had granted to Sir Robert de Louwedere (another spelling in the same charter is Lowedre) senior, and his son Robert 19. Berwick having now fallen into the hands of the English, Robert de. Lawedre junior is forfeited of these properties which are then granted by Edward III of England to Adam of Corbridge. 13 Essays on the Nobility of Medieval Scotland edited by K.J. Stringer, Edinburth, 1985, refer pps: 214, 225, and Anglo-Scottish Relations, edited & translated by Professor E.L.G. Stones, Oxford 1965 p Berwick-upon-Tweed, the History of the Town and Guild by John Scott, London, 1888, pps The Douglas Book by Sir William Fraser, charters, No. 16, p. 14). 17 History of the Province of Moary, by Lachlan Shaw, 3 vols. Glasgow The Grange of St. Giles, Edinburth, edited by Joseph Bain, vol. III, Edinburth, 1887, pps The Ethington Family Organization Page 62

63 Edrington Berwickshire (Lauder-Frost) Year 1376 The Great Seal of Scotland states that in 1376 Adam de Paxtoun forfeited Edrington Mill, (which lies immediately below the hamlet of Paxton, on the opposite side of the Whiteadder, and directly below Edrington Castle) due to his part in a rebellion at that time. However I can see no record anywhere that de Paxton had held property at Edrington from the Scottish Crown, and one wonders whether this had been an English, and therefore temporary, ownership also. Possibly his part was to take the English side in a Scottish revolt. Clearly it reverted to the Lauder family, as they continue to be recorded as such in Scottish annals. Year 1423 Robertus de Lawedre de Edryngtoune de Scotia, mils. [knight] is mentioned along with Venerabillis pater Wills epus Glasguen cancellar Scotie [William Lauder, Bishop of Glasgow and Chancellor of Scotland] and Patricius de Dunbar de Bele de Scotia, mils, under date of 12 th May 1423 in the Rotuli Scotiae. Again on the 19 th August 1423 when he was envoy for the ransom of James 1; and again on 3 rd December of that same year. Joseph Bain (1888), quoting from Foedera and other original documents, confirms this. Year 1425 On the 14 th December he was invested in the seniority of the family estates: The King confirms to Robert de Lawedre of Edringtoun, knight, justiciario Scotia, the lands of le Crag, Balgone, the Bass, Edringtoun, Simprin, Easter Pencaitland, Newhall, etc., for him and his legitimate heirs. According to Alexander Nisbet he was Justiciar of the Lothians 21. Describing him as Roberto de Lawedre de Edringtoun Militi J.J. Reid (1888) mentions that this Sir Robert was also an Auditor of Exchequer and between 1425 and 1433 he was Governor of Edinburgh Castle. His name can be seen today on the Table of Governors on display in the Great hall at Edinburgh Castle. Year His son thereafter took Edrington, and we find a charter by Sir James Hamilton of Cadzow dated 7 th September 1439 confirming a charter by Robert Lauder of Edrington to Robert Lauder, his son, of the lands and patronage of Auldcathie in Linlithgowshire 22. In The North Berwick Story it is noted that Sir Robert de Lawedre de Eddringtoun, knight, endowed an alter to St. Mary in North Berwick Church on 4 th March Further, in a charter dated 20 th June 1443 re the lands of Hownam, Robert of Lawadre of Eddringtoun appears as a witness 24. On 20 th June 1443 Robert Lawadre [Lauder] of Eddrington, William Hepburn, David Home son and heir of Sir David Home, George Home and Thomas Home all witnessed a charter sighed at Dunglas 25. Year 1450 James Logan Mack (1926) states that about the year 1450 Edrington was conveyed by James II of Scotland to Robert Lauder of Bass but as we have noted they were already designated as of Edrington so this must have been another reconfirmation. Year I have not found the property in any other Scots possession nor this charter, but certainly in another Great Seal charter dated 25 th April 1450 of the lands of Popill, [today s Papple] in Haddingtonshire, to a David de Lawder, it is mentioned that he is a nephew of Robert Lawder of Edringtoune. The same Robert de Lawedre Lord of Edrington, militibus appears as a witness to a charter to Patrick de Dunbar de Bele, militia, signed in the castle of Bele and confirmed at Edinburgh 24 th April The Great Seal of Scotland number Systems of Heraldry. Edinburgh, The Binns Papers , Scottish Record Society, 1936, number 545/1, p Rev. Walter M. Ferrier, North Berwick, Duke of Roxburgh s Mss Historical Mss. Comm. 14 th report 25 Mss. Of Duke of Roxburghe, Hist. Mss. Comm. 14 th report 26 The Great Seal number 547 The Ethington Family Organization Page 63

64 Edrington Berwickshire (Lauder-Frost) Year About 1462 Berwick Castle was put into the hands of Robert Lauder of Edrington, an important official and soldier in Scotland at that time. Lauder kept his position uninterruptedly till 1474 when he was succeeded by David Earl of Crawford. In 1464 Robert Lauder was paid 20 for repairs made to Berwick Castle. 27 (See also a further appointment below). Robert de Laweder de Edringtoun is the first witness to a Retour of Service dated 1467 of Margaret Sinclair as one of the heirs of her grandfather John Sinclair in the lands of Kimmerghame, Berwickshire 28. Year 1471 In a charter of 1471 the King confirms to Robert Lauder son and heir apparent of Robert Lauder of Edrington, the lands of Edrington and Coalstell with the fishings of Edermouth [Whitadder] plus the mill there [at Edrington] which Robert the father personally resigned to Robert junior and his male heirs failing which those relations bearing the Lauder arms. The spouse of Robert senior gave her consent and is recorded therein as Jonette 29. Year 1474 In a further charter signed at Edinburgh 26 th June 1474 and confirmed there on 27 th July 1475, the King confirms a charter of Robert Lauder junior, Lord of Edringtoun, as superior of West Nisbet, to David Creichtoun of Cranstoun and his heirs, the lands of West Nisbet in the barony of Pencaitland. Haddingtonshire, which John de Colquhoun of Luss has resigned into the said Robert Lauder junior s hands. Witnesses included Robert Lauder of Bass, father of said Robert junior, and a William Lauder 30. Year 1477 On 20 th January 1477 the King appointed Robert Lauder of Edrington as custodian of the castle at Berwick-upon-Tweed for five years with a retainer of 200 merks per annum 31. However we know he was not at the castle the following month, as on 2 nd February 1477, King James of Scotland advised the bearers of the installment of Princess Cecilia s dower that he has sent, amongst other, Robert Lawdir of Edrington, son and heir apparent to Robert Lawdir of the Bass, to conduct them to Edinburgh 32. Year 1478 On 3 rd February 1478 Robert Lauder was reappointed Keeper of the Castle at Berwickupon-Tweed at a salary of 250 per annum. He continued till the last year of Scottish occupation, when Patrick Hepburn of Hailes had possession 33. The printed Exchequer Rolls 34 record that payments were made to Robert Lauder, Captain and Keeper of the castle at Berwick-upon-Tweed in 1480 and Year 1482 In July 1482, Edrington Castle was burnt by the Duke of Gloucester s army but was soon afterwards rebuilt and fortified by order (and presumably paid for ) of the Scottish Parliament. Year 1489 On 12 th September, 1489 a Charter signed at Linlithgow from King James IV confirmed to his squire, Robert Lauder of Edrington various lands. This Robert Lauder of Edrington had married Isobel Hay, daughter of John Hay 1 st Lord of Yester, a descendant, appropriately, of Robert the Bruce and his wife Mary Lindsay. 27 Berwick-upon-Tweed, The History of the Town and Buld by John Scott, London Hist. MSS Commission 29 Great Seal, no The Great Seal, no 1202 with a reconfirmation in no 1299 on 9 th July The Great Seal 32 Calendar of Documents Relating to Scotland , vol IV, edited by Joseph Bain, Edinburgh, 1888, number 1445, page Berwick-upon-Tweed, The History of the Town and Guild by John Scott, London, The Printed Exchequer Rolls vol IX, , pps 63, 64, 81, 145, 157, edited by George Burnett, LL.D., Lyon King of Arms, Edinburgh, 1886 The Ethington Family Organization Page 64

65 Edrington Berwickshire (Lauder-Frost) Year The printed Exchequer Rolls 35 records Robert Lauder of Edrington in possession of the lands of Glensax in Yarrow, Selkirkshire in 1489, 1490, and Robert s father evidently lived for a long time as the son appears in a great many charters and documents styled of Edrington right up to about 1495 when he succeeded to all the family estates. These actions are all found in The Great Seal. Year Various charters of further confirmations of Edrington to the Lauders exist throughout the following century including number 3330 confirmed 29 th March 1509 which mentions the next Robert Lauder of Edrington and his father Sir Robert Lauder of Bass [who had married Isobel Hay]; and on 29 th April 1519 Sasine from the Crown, was confirmed to [the new] Robert Lauder of Bass, as superior, of the [lower] half of island of the Bass [the superior of the upper half was the Church, which Lauder held by feu]; the lands of Edringtoun with tower, mill, and fishing rights and all pertinents extending to [at least] 15 husbandlands &c. 36. Year 1540 About 1540 the Lords of Council issued a summons against Ninian Trotter at the instance of Robert Lauder of the Bass, who claimed that Mr. Trotter had interfered with people using Robert Lauder s mill at Edrington in Berwickshire. Trotter had now abducted and imprisoned Mr. Rauf Cook from Berwick, who, with Lauder s consent, had come to grind his corns at the said Robert s myln forsaid. 37. Year 1542 On the 24 th May, 1542, there is recorded a dispute between Robert Lauder of the Bass and Robert Dury of that ilk, over the ownership of certain Melrose lands 38. Year 1546 About 1546 Edrington Castle was again captured by the English and in that year the Scots demanded that their house of Edrington should be immediately restored to them; and in accordance with a Treaty concluded in the church at Norham, Edward VI delivered it up. Year The Lauder family were renowned Royalists. In the Register of the Privy Council of Scotland 39 it is recorded that Robert Lawder of Bass had loaned two thousand pounds to Queen Mary and Darnley. This Robert was with Queen Mary at Carberry Hill on 14 th June1567, and subsequently at the battle of Langside, and on 5 th July 1568 at Edinburth, Casper Home was granted an escheat of the goods of Robert Lawder of Bass, including his cattle and other goods on the steading and lands of Eddringtoun and the dues of the mill thereof, in the sheriffdom of Berwick, the said Robert being convicted, become in will, fugitive or at the horn for taking part with Archibald Earl of Argyll, Claud Hammiltoun, and others at Langsyde or for not finding surety to underlie the law for art and part in the slaughter there of one a James Ballany 40. This escheat was later removed by a Precept of Remission. Year 1576 This last Robert Lauder of Bass (died June 1576, Testament) was unlucky with his sons. His eldest, Sir Robert Lauder of Poppill, predeceased him (April 1575) as did at least one other, John, who died about The next in line was James, Dean of Restairig, who was subsequently murdered by his uncle Walter Lauder in October The Bass and all other Lauder lands usually held in chief by the head of the family then devolved upon the next brother, also a cleric, George, then rector of Auldcathy, a Lauder possession in Fife. 35 ibid, vol X , pps 652, 679, The Exchequer Rolls of Scotland , edited by A.E.J.G. Mackay, M.A., LL.D., vol XIV, Edinburgh, 1893, pps ibid, page The Acts of Lords of Council in Puhlic Affairs, , Edinburgh, 1932, page 447, page The Register of the Privy Council of Scotland, vol Edingurgh 1880, page 118, Register of the Privy Seal of Scotland , vol vi, number 355, page 76, edited by Gordon Donaldson, D.Litt., Edinburgh, The Ethington Family Organization Page 65

66 Edrington Berwickshire (Lauder-Frost) Year 1598 In Charter number 688 of The Great Seal, a reconfirmation at Holyroodhouse on 21 st March 1598, of, amongst a vast list of baronies, estates and lands, we find Eddrington belonging to Sir George Lauder of Bass (knighted 1590) who was a Privy Counsellor and personal friend of King James VI and tutor to his son, Prince Henry. Sir George, like several of his predecessors, married late in life Lady Isabella, sister to Sir Patrick Hepburn of Waughton. This charter also confirms the superiority of Edrington to his only son and heir, George junior (born 1597). Year 1587 (& 1670) George s younger brother, William, was at sometime confirmed to Edrington. In The Journals of Sir John Lauder, Lord Fountainhall, Sir John states that during a journey he made with his father to the Borders in 1670 he saw Paxton, and Edringtone a part of [Lauder of] Basses lands, and given away to a brother; now belongs to my Lord Mordington. The younger brother was subsequently described as William Lauder of Edrington in a precept of clare constat containing a precept of sasine dated 7 th September 1587 granted by his brother George Lauder of Bass (but possibly only then as a feuholder of his brother). Year 1587 In a Sasine 42 registered 10 th March 1634 the late William Lauder of Edrington is mentioned as having received the abovementioned precept of sasine dated 7 th September 1587 from Mr. George Lauder of Bass as heir to the deceased Patrick Lauder his brother, and on 28 th March 1588 the said William was infeft as heir to his late brother in an annualrent of ten merks yearly to be uplifted from the lands of Mekilrig and another annualrent of seven merks to be uplifted from the lands of Stenton. These were subsequently confirmed on William s son Robert as we note from a Duns Sheriff Court Deed 43 dated 6 th November 1622 that Robert is now referred to as of Edrington indicating that William the father was now dead. Year 1611 When Sir George Lauder of Bass died in 1611 he left a considerable estate of moveables which alone were valued then at circa 26,000 (Testament). Lands were dealt with separately and in any case Sir George had already invested his son in the family estates. However, this was the century of absolute corruption in Scotland (and also the century from which most Scottish titles date!). When Sir George died his heir was only 14 years old and his estate was placed in the hands of Curators, the principal being his mother. Year 1626 They handled matters badly and by 1626 young George and his mother were in some difficulties with a forced sale of the Tynninghame Estate to new money, which they had owned since the twelfth century, imminent. It also heralded the approaching end of this family s long ownership of Edrington. Year A Sheriff Court Deed from Duns 44 dated there on 6 th November 1622 records an Alexander Lauder brother to Robert Lauder of Edrington in conjunction with an Alexander Torie in Over Mordington, a nearby estate. A sasine registered on 10 th March mentions the late William Lauder of Edringtoune [uncle to the last George of Bass] and his eldest lawful son and apparent heir, Robert. Robert s brother Alexander is also mentioned here and we note from The Edinburgh Apprentice s Register that they had another brother, William, son to William Lauder of Edrington who was indentured in Robert was still alive in 1642, living off the annualrents of Poppill in 41 The Journals of Sir John Lauder, Lord Fountainhall, edited by Donald CVrawford, Edinburgh, 1900 page RS 25/22 fol SC60/56/1 44 SC 60/56/1 45 RS 25/22 fol. 82 The Ethington Family Organization Page 66

67 Edrington Berwickshire (Lauder-Frost) Haddingtonshire 46, but his of Edrington designation is by then missing. In this Sasine, Robert was now resigning them to Sir Patrick Hepburn of Waughton. Year 1628 In The Cockburns of that Ilk and their Cadets 47, Isobel, a daughter, it is said, of a John Laudr of Edrington is recorded as having married Captain Walter Cockburn, brother of John Cockburn of Tretton. She was dead by July 1628 and it is not clear who her father was, as there has not been a John Lauder of Edrington. But he may have been a son of one of the last Robert Lauders of Bass, the last two dying in 1561 and 1576 respectively, or of the already mentioned William Lauder of Edrington (died c. 1622). Year There are several mentions in The Great Seal of transfers/sales of Edrington in the 17 th century including one to a James Livingston, A gentleman of the King s Bedchamber (hardly the heroic and dashing knight that the Lauders were!), confirmed at Whitehall on 31 st January, 1632; and another to John Hamilton of Skirling in September But they appear to have been wadsets with legal reversions. Certainly that seems to be the case with regard to John Hamilton. Year 1634 Interestingly, the next charter of note, identical in wording to that of James Livingstone, above, was confirmed on 18 th January 1634 to Richard Lauder, Laird of Haltoun. But again, there was clear mention of a legal revision if certain debts were paid and that again appears to have happened as we find on 28 th October 1635 all the lands in the original charter of 1632 reverting to the lackey James Livingstone, this time confirmed at Hampton Court. Year 1641 However the one with which we are concerned with here is The Great Seal charter number 1021, registered at Edinburgh on 15 th November It contains a long list of old Lauder lands, resigned by James Livingstone which had also been [previously] resigned by the last Lauder laird of Bass, George, and his mother, Isobella Hepburn, Lady Bass, and which were now being confirmed upon her brother Sir Patrick Hepburn of Waughton. These lands included Edrington in Berwickshire. It is thought that as the Lauders were renowened Royalists and Sir Patrick being a commander in the Covenanting Army this was good secure move. However, it was not. In under five years these lands passed to his son, John Hepburn, apparent of Waughton, and Lady Marie Ross his wife, John being the son and heir of Sir Patrick Hepburn of Waughton, knight who had died 48. John was an Episcopalian minister and a Royalist. Year John Hebpurn of Waughton was forced to resign Edrington in charter 1948 dated 1 st March 1648 to James Scott, a merchant-burgess of Edinburgh. Mr. Scott was dead by June 1653 when his wife, Jeanete Archibald, was described as his relict in a charter of that date. It then passed to another of his family, probably his son, Patrick Scott, who also became a merchant-burgess of Edinburgh 49, and who was designated of Edringtoune in a charter dated 22 nd February 1653 when he was confirmed in the lands of Langshaw in the barony of Melrose. There was in this latter Great Seal charter, mention of other kin: The Scotts of Harperrig Clerkington. The aforementioned Richard Lauder of Haltoun (d. 1675) was married to Marion, daughter of Sir Lawrence Scott of Harperring & Clerkington, so possibly there is an indirect family connexion with Edrington here. Patrick Scott of Edrington & Langshaw was married to a Curie Durie. It is possible that 46 Sasine RS 25/30 fol The compiler of these volumes, Cockburn-Hood, is known as much for his good work as for his errors 48 The Great Seal 5 th August Burgess Roll 10/1/1655 The Ethington Family Organization Page 67

68 Edrington Berwickshire (Lauder-Frost) there is another connection, as in 1542, the Lauders had legal dealings with Durie of that Ilk over lands at Melrose. Year 1661 Patrick resigned The Lands of Edrington, with fishings etc. and The manorplace, in conjunction with at James Winraham [we know not how he came to have some part in the sale. Possibly he was a creditor with a wadset], on 16 th June 1661 by sale, recorded in The Great Seal, to James [Douglas], Master of Mordington, eldest lawful son of William, Lord Mordington and his heirs male, whom failing, to William Douglas his next younger brother and his heirs male, whom failing to Francis Douglas his second brother etc. Included separately in this charter are the town and lands of nether Mordington with manorplace and mill. Here ends any Lauder connexion with Edrington. An indirect link was through the new owners, the Lords Mordington, who were descended through the Douglas of Whittinghame family who had intermarried with the Lauders of Bass about Year 1750 The last Lord Mordington was a Jacobite and was forfeited. He died s.p. Uncle did not claim the title and it fell dormant. Edrington Castle it would appear was eventually superseded by Edrington House, the present mansion of that name, built about 1750 presumably by the descendants of Lord Mordington, on the site of the manor of Nether Mordington [see: Timothy Pont s map of Mercia in Blaue s Atlas]. Year 1636 A Great Seal charter dated 13 th September 1636 grants to the Rev. Thomas Ramsay, (of the Iddingtoun family today s Edington, near Chirnside) Minister at the kirk of Foulden, and Helen Kellie his spouse, the town and lands of Nether Mordington, with the manor and mill sometime built upon by the said Thomas etc. Year 1661 Mrs. W.R. Johnson (mentioned above) asserts that early records show that in 1622 a deed was granted by Lord Mordington giving to his brother Joseph Douglas the lands, crofts and tofts with the house of Edrington. She goes on to say that there still remains in the garden fragments of a sundial bearing the inscription Joseph de Mordington Such a transaction does not appear in The Great Seal or in Sasines and I suspect that she must mean Nether Mordington, today called Edrington House, as we know from above that the Edrington castle and estate did not pass to the Douglases until 1661 (with another confirmation on 2 nd August 1662.) When that happened the charter mentions again the town and lands of Nether Mordington, with manor place and mill, built by the now deceased Mr. Thomas Ramsay [d. Sept 1650], once minister of Foulden. Also, the house of Edrington in 1622 was still the castle. Importantly, the sundial mentioned above says of Mordington, not Edrington, and Mrs. Johnson continues that close by Edrington House once stood a flour mill. This is almost certainly the mill of Nether Mordington mentioned in the above charters relating to Nether Mordington with the manor of that name, rebuilt by Thomas Ramsay, and which appears on the stream just below the manor on Pont s map. Year 1800 Mrs. Johnson says of Edrington castle that at the close of the eighteenth century the tower and battlements were substantially intact and H. Drummond Gauld 50 states towards the close of the 18 th century Edrington castle was still four storeys in height, a commanding ruin perched on the pinnacle of a crag clothed with trees. On the western side the castle was inaccessible and was well adapted to stem the torrent on incursion from the English shores of the Tweed. James Logan Mack too 50 Brave Borderland, London 1934 The Ethington Family Organization Page 68

69 Edrington Berwickshire (Lauder-Frost) said that after the Union [1707] it was suffered to fall into decay. The Old Statistical Account of Scotland 51 mentions Edrington castle, ruins, demands our notice. Year 1892 One hundred years on the Ordnance Gazetter 52 was still referring to Edrington castle as a ruined fortalice. But The Castellated & Domestic Architecture of Scotland from the 12 th to the 18 th Century 53 says that it was by then a mere fragment of an ancient castle; a place of some importance in the Border wars. Later, Sir Herbert Maxwell, Bt., notes: Edrington Castle, opposite Paxton, once a place of great strength and importance, has been quarried away to near ground level. 54. Year 1934 The Sixth Report & Inventory of Monuments & Constructions in the County of Berwick 55 states This castle is situated about three and a half miles west of Berwick, on a rocky bank above the Whitadder. A mere fragment remains, adjoining and incorporated in the farm buildings. Mr. Drummond Gould (1934) laments that the castle has suffered more from the attentions of local vandals than it ever did from the English. Year 1892 By 1892, the year of publication of the abovementioned architectural survey, a Mr. Edward Grey had completed a new house nearby called Cawderstanes, with some cottages also adjoining the castle. Almost certainly his builders have been some of the vandals Mr. Drummond Gould mentions. A sad and sorry end to a Scottish fortress seemingly overlooked today by all but those responsible for the Ordnance Survey, who still mark on their maps Edrington Castle. G.M.S. Lauder-Frost, F.S.A., (Scot) [A shorter version of this article appeared in The Borders Family History Society Magazine issue number 41, October 1999, ISSN ] 51 vol. 15 c Edinburgh vol iv, Edinburgh, The Story of the Tweed. London, HMSO, Edinburgh, 1915 The Ethington Family Organization Page 69

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71 Edrington Berwickshire (Lauder-Frost) Descendants of David Edingtoun, of that Ilk 56 By Greg Lauder-Frost Generation No DAVID 1 EDINGTOUN, OF THAT ILK died in [he was alive as late as] January He married ALISON HUME Bef. February 7, 1563, daughter of JOHN HUME, OF BLACKADDER. Notes for DAVID EDINGTOUN, OF THAT ILK: On the 7th February , at Edinburgh, David Edingtoun of that Ilk confirmed a charter, whereby in terms of a contract between himself, John Hume of Blackadder, and Alison Hume his second daughter, [spouse of David Edington of that ilk], he grants to the said Alison, in liferent, ten husbandlands [260 acres] (occupied by Thomas Dewar, Patrick and John Forrester, Thomas and Peter Knox, Paul Cowan, thomas Wilson, and Thomas Edingtoun) in the town and territory of Edingtoun; one husbandland in Hutton, occupied by Robert Hume, and the lands of Clarabad, all in the shire of Berwick. Witnesses included, David Hume, son of the said John, Thomas Orlie, Burgess of Perth, Alexander Strang, macer, David Lawte [Lawder?], notary public, and John Corsaw [Cossar] his servant. Seal attached. The Precept of Sasine was given at Edinburgh by David Edingtoun of that Ilk and was signed clearly by him on 11th February His seal, in good condition, is attached. The charter (above) was confirmed by Queen Mary under the Great Seal at Edinburgh, 12th February, David Edingtoun gave the Instrument of Sasine personally to his wife Alison Hume of the above charter on 21st February David Edingtoun of that ilk, was still alive when an Instrument of Redemption was made in his favour on 29th January Notes for ALISON HUME: Second daughter. 59 Children of DAVID EDINGTOUN and ALISON HUME are: i.patrick 2 EDINGTOUN, 'SON AND HEIR', d. (alive January ). 56 Of that Ilk In Scotland, of the same name (as the place he owns or from which he comes). 57 Refer: "Calendar of the Laing Charters " edited by Rev.John Anderson, Edinburgh, 1899, numbers 752/3/4 and 756, all on page Refer: "Calendar of the Laing Charters " edited by Rev.John Anderson, Edinburgh, 1899, numbers 994, page Refer: "Calendar of the Laing Charters " edited by Rev.John Anderson, Edinburgh, 1899, number 752, p.192. The Ethington Family Organization Page 71

72 Edrington Berwickshire (Lauder-Frost) Notes for PATRICK EDINGTOUN, 'SON AND HEIR': Patrick Edingtoun, described as son and heir to David Edingtoun of that ilk, was witness to an Instrument of redemption in favour of his father on 29th January ii.thomas EDINGTOUN, OF THAT ILK, m. ELIZABETH RAMSAY, November 30, 1591, [contract]. Notes for THOMAS EDINGTOUN, OF THAT ILK: Elizabeth Ramsay's first husband. 61 Notes for ELIZABETH RAMSAY: 62 Marriage Notes for THOMAS EDINGTOUN and ELIZABETH RAMSAY: 63 Additional notes by Harold D. Ethington: The following entries for Ethington activity (these records included baptisms, confirmations, and marriages) in Duns / Foulden are found in the LDS Church IGI listing of documented events. This particular listing begins in 1617, but there may be earlier entries that were not gathered. Note the mixture of E and I as the first letter of the surname. Also, note that the only occurrence of the second syllable r sound is for Isabel Edringtoun in This was obviously a time of flux for spelling of the spoken name. The earliest name in this list is that of a Thomas Edingtone, 17 th of October 1617 and it may refer to the Thomas in the above report. To determine the nature of the event on that date refer to the IGI at See appendix C for a full report of all counties. EDINGTONE Thomas 2667 M 17-Oct 1617 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTOUN Jennet 2921 F 29-Apr 1645 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTONE Johne 1929 M 29-Jan 1646 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTONE Nansie 931 F 13-Sep 1646 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTONE Nansie 934 F 2-Jul 1648 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTONE Robert 2554 M 7-Aug 1648 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTONE Alexander 766 M 13-Jul 1671 Scotland Berwick Duns IDINGTON Allexander 772 M 23-Aug 1682 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTOUNE James 3009 M 3-May 1684 Scotland Berwick Duns IDINGTONE William 2735 M 4-Jun 1686 Scotland Berwick Duns IDINGTON James 1581 M 18-Oct 1691 Scotland Berwick Duns IDINGTONE Alison 867 F 30-Apr 1699 Scotland Berwick Duns 60 Refer: "Calendar of the Laing Charters " edited by Rev.John Anderson, Edinburgh, 1899, numbers 994, page Refer: "Burke's Peerage, Baronetage, and Knightage" 105th edition, edited by Peter Townend, London, 1970, p Refer: "Burke's Peerage, Baronetage, and Knightage" 105th edition, edited by Peter Townend, London, 1970, p Refer: "Burke's Peerage, Baronetage, and Knightage" 105th edition, edited by Peter Townend, London, 1970, p.719. The Ethington Family Organization Page 72

73 Edrington Berwickshire (Lauder-Frost) EDINGTOUN Janet 2924 F 2-Dec 1703 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTOUN Helen 2883 F 21-Apr 1706 Scotland Berwick Duns IDINGTON David 1121 M 10-Mar 1709 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTON James 1589 M 13-May 1711 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTONE James 1595 M 21-Dec 1712 Scotland Berwick Duns IDINGTONE Isobel 1494 F 18-Jan 1713 Scotland Berwick Duns IDINGTONE David 1124 M 16-Jan 1715 Scotland Berwick Duns IDINGTOUN Margaret 3257 F 10-Feb 1717 Scotland Berwick Duns EDRINGTOUN Isabel 3345 F 27-Apr 1718 Scotland Berwick Duns IDINTOUN Marie 3324 F 30-Aug 1719 Scotland Berwick Duns IDINGTOUN Agnes 3148 F 22-Apr 1722 Scotland Berwick Duns IDINGTOUN Jenet 3227 F 16-Aug 1724 Scotland Berwick Duns IDINGTOUN James 3215 M 18-Oct 1730 Scotland Berwick Duns IDINGTOUN Agnes 3151 F 19-Mar 1732 Scotland Berwick Duns IDDINGTON Thomas 2675 M 3-Dec 1733 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTON John 2007 M 24-May 1773 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTON Marget 2222 F 16-Mar 1775 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTON Mary 2411 F 17-Mar 1777 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTON Christoph 1110 M 25-Dec 1779 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTON Christian 1080 F 17-Jan 1781 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTOUN Patrick 2970 M 6-Apr 1740 Scotland Berwick Foulden EDINGTON Alison 876 F 18-May 1742 Scotland Berwick Foulden IDINGTONE John 1945 M 1-Apr 1705 Scotland Berwick Chirnside IDINGTON 628 F 1735 Scotland Berwick Chirnside The Ethington Family Organization Page 73

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75 Edrington Berwickshire (Lauder-Frost) Descendants of George Ramsay, of Idington [Edington], Berwicks By Greg Lauder-Frost Generation No GEORGE 10 RAMSAY, OF IDINGTON [EDINGTON], BERWICKS (JOHN 9, SIRGEORGE 1ST LORD 8, JAMES 7, GEORGE 6, NICHOLAS 5, SIRALEXANDER 4, ALEXANDER 3, ALEXANDER 2, SIRALEXANDER 1 ) was born Abt. 1633, and died Aft. July He married MARGARET SETON Abt Notes for GEORGE RAMSAY, OF IDINGTON [EDINGTON], BERWICKS: In Great Seal charter number 459 confirmed at Edinburgh on 13th July 1663, the charter by Giles Kellie, widow of the late John Ramsay of Edington, drawn up as part of a marriage contract on 21st February 1648, in favour of George Ramsay of Edington for him and his new wife Margaret Seaton and their heirs, granted them the town and lands of Edingtoun,Berwickshire, with its tower, fortalice, mills & barony, as well as the lands of Clarabad plus one husbandland in Duns. On 24th August 1663 Clarabad passed to William Douglas, Lord Mordington. In Great Seal charter number 805 confirmed at Edinburgh on the 28th July 1665, Letters of Remission were granted to George Ramsay of Edingtoun for adultery committed with Helen Achisone in Chirnside. The Ramsays sold Idingtoun [today spelt Edington] to Sir John Lauder of Newington & Fountainhall. The following Deed written on 1st July 1690 (recorded RD3/78, page 121) states that "George Ramsay of Idingtoune, heritable proprietor of the lands and barony underwritten with advice and consent of William Ramsay his eldest son and apparent heir, with consent of his spouse Margaret Seatoune, and of Geills Kellie, Lady Idingtoune, mother of George - entered into a contract with Sir John Lauder, elder of Fountainhall, knight, Bart, late baillie of Edinburgh and Dame Margaret Ramsay, his spouse dated 17th February 1671 whereby George and William Ramsay are bound to pay to Sir John Lauder and his wife 10,000 merks. They are to infeft Sir John in an annualrent to be uplifted from the lands and barony of Idingtoun, under redemption. Precept dated 24th February 1672." There were a series of other contracts therein concerning the same parties for various sums of money. "George and William Ramsay have now sold to Sir John Lauder and his wife in liferent and to George Lauder his eldest son and heir heritably and irredeemably the town and lands of Idingtoune and Clarabad on the condition that the above lands are the burdened with sums due to the children of Sir John Lauder and his spouse. If Dame Margaret Ramsay remarries after the death of her first husband, her liferent is to be restricted. Witnesses: James Stewart, advocate, Thomas Spence, writer, John Inglis, writer and Robert Winram." Children of GEORGE RAMSAY and MARGARET SETON are: 2. i.margaret 11 RAMSAY, d. Aft ii.william RAMSAY, d. Aft. July Notes for WILLIAM RAMSAY: William Ramsay is described as his father's "eldest son and apparent heir" in a Deed written on 1st July 1690 and recorded 11th April, 1692 (RD3/78 page 121). The Ethington Family Organization Page 75

76 Edrington Berwickshire (Lauder-Frost) Generation No MARGARET 11 RAMSAY (GEORGE 10, JOHN 9, SIRGEORGE 1ST LORD 8, JAMES 7, GEORGE 6, NICHOLAS 5, SIRALEXANDER 4, ALEXANDER 3, ALEXANDER 2, SIRALEXANDER 1 ) died Aft She married (1) SIRJOHN LAUDER, OF NEWINGTON & FOUNTAINHALL, BT. February 15, 1670 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland., son of ANDREW LAUDER and JANET RAMSAY. She married (2) WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM, YOUNGER, OF BROWNHILL September 3, 1695 in Ayr, Ayrshire, Scotland.. Notes for MARGARET RAMSAY: In a sasine recorded in the General Register of Sasines 1691 to 1700, vols , there is mention of Margaret Ramsay, relict of Sir John Lauder elder of Fountainhall, now spouse to William Cunninghame, younger, of Brounhill, advocate. Notes for SIRJOHN LAUDER, OF NEWINGTON & FOUNTAINHALL, BT.: Mentioned in his mother's testament. This John was a merchant-burgess and baillie of Edinburgh and appears in many notices of the time. In the Church of Scotland Old Parish Register Indices 17th August 1595 is stated as the date he was baptised at Edinburgh. However other written sources give this as this date of birth. "The Privy Council Registers of Scotland" (edited by P.Hume Brown, Edinburgh, 1908, p.61) record that John Lauder was made a Baillie/Magistrate of Edinburgh in "The Great Seal of Scotland" (number 844 confirmed at Edinburgh 1st December 1665) records that John Lauder, merchant burgess of Edinburgh, purchased the lands and barony of Dalhousie, including Abbotshall etc., from George Lord Ramsay, that the transaction took place at Edinburgh on 2nd September 1665 with a decreet of Sasine dated 5th October John Lauder also acquired the lands of Woodhead and others in East Lothian, which lands were erected into a barony called Fountainhall about He was created a baronet of Nova Scotia in Signed on the 1st July and 20th August 1690, a long Deed was entered into between George Ramsay of Iddingtoun and his son and heir William, to sell irredeemably the lands and barony of Idingtoune [Edington] in Berwickshire, to Sir John Lauder, 1st Baronet of Fountainhall, commonly referred to as Bailie Lauder. (RD3/78, p121, registered in the Books of Council & Session 11th April 1692.) In "Monumental inscriptions in Greyfriars Churchyard" (by James Brown, Edinburgh, 1864, pps: ) the burial vault within the church of the family of Lauder of Lauder, and all who are contained therein, is detailed. This Sir John Lauder, 1st Bt., and his wife Isobel Ellis are interred there. More About SIRJOHN LAUDER, OF NEWINGTON & FOUNTAINHALL, BT.: Burial: April 1692, in Lauder burial vault, Greyfriars Church, Edinburgh. Created a Baronet: 1688, of Nova Scotia (cancelled & reissued 1690) Notes for WILLIAM CUNNINGHAM, YOUNGER, OF BROWNHILL: This gentleman was Provost of Ayr. He is described in an Ayrshire Sasine dated 5th November 1695 The Ethington Family Organization Page 76

77 Edrington Berwickshire (Lauder-Frost) (vol.69, folio 261) as an advocate, and now spouse of Margaret Ramsay, relict of Sir John Lauder of Fountainhall, elder. Se also sasine mentioned in Margaret Ramsay's notes. Children of MARGARET RAMSAY and SIRJOHN LAUDER are: i. MARGARET 12 LAUDER, b. May 18, 1671, (baptised) Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.; m. JOHN FAIRHOLME, OF BABERTON, ADVOCATE, March 14, 1696, Canongate, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland. Notes for JOHN FAIRHOLME, OF BABERTON, ADVOCATE: Mr. Fairlholm was an advocat. ii. SIRGEORGE LAUDER, OF IDDINGTON [EDINGTON], b. May 30, 1673, (baptised) Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.; d. April 1700, Berwickshire, Scotland, [suicide].. Notes for SIRGEORGE LAUDER, OF IDDINGTON [EDINGTON]: A.G.Bradley, writing in "The Gateway of Scotland" (1912) states that Sir George Lauder of Edington shot his friend David Spence of West Mains during a quarrel, and then committed suicide by drowning in the river Tweed at Berwick-upon-Tweed. [See also page 23 this document - HDE] Several records (including "The Grange of St Giles" Edinburgh, 1898) indicate that these children of Sir John Lauder's third marriage all stayed at home with their mother until venturing out on their separate ways. In the indexes to the "Commissariot of Lauder " Sir George has two Testaments registered: one as George Lauder in Edingtoun: T.98, 6th November 1701, and the second as Sir George Lauder, of Idington dated 2nd October The first Testament was confirmed by Sir George's brother Archibald as his executor creditor on 28th October The Testament Dative recorded on 2nd October 1705 (CC15/5/7) was given up by Margaret & Elizabeth Lauder, sisters german to the defunct and by Mr.John Fairholm of Balberton, advocate, husband to Margaret, and John Cunningham of Woodhall, husband to Elizabeth, as nearest of kin (Archibald having died and certain matters remaining to be concluded regarding Sir George) and executors dative to the defunct. The cautioner was John McComie, writer in Edinburgh. No other genealogical information therein. More About SIRGEORGE LAUDER, OF IDDINGTON [EDINGTON]: Cause of Death: Suicide Testament: October 2, 1705, Commissariot Court, Lauder, Berwicks. 3. iii. ELIZABETH LAUDER, b. October 25, 1676, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.; d. January 1733, Berwickshire, Scotland.. iv. DR.ARCHIBALD LAUDER, OF IDDINGTON [EDINGTON], b. May 16, 1679, (baptised) Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.; d. February 4, Notes for DR.ARCHIBALD LAUDER, OF IDDINGTON [EDINGTON]: Archibald was a ship's surgeon. His Testament appears in the indexes to the "Commissariot of Lauder " lodged on 2nd October He is therein descibed as Sir Archibald Lauder of Idington. His executors were his two sisters and their husbands. More About DR.ARCHIBALD LAUDER, OF IDDINGTON [EDINGTON]: The Ethington Family Organization Page 77

78 Edrington Berwickshire (Lauder-Frost) Testament: October 2, 1705, Commissariot of Lauder v. DAVID LAUDER, IN IDDINGTON [EDINGTON], b. December 30, 1681, (baptised) Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland.; d. Aft Notes for DAVID LAUDER, IN IDDINGTON [EDINGTON]: David was appointed factor at Edington after Sir George committed suicide. The next in line, Archibald, was still at sea. David's fate is unknown. Generation No ELIZABETH 12 LAUDER (MARGARET 11 RAMSAY, GEORGE 10, JOHN 9, SIRGEORGE 1ST LORD 8, JAMES 7, GEORGE 6, NICHOLAS 5, SIRALEXANDER 4, ALEXANDER 3, ALEXANDER 2, SIRALEXANDER 1 ) was born October 25, 1676 in Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland., and died January 1733 in Berwickshire, Scotland.. She married JOHN CUNNINGHAM, OF WOODHALL & BOGANGREEN. Notes for ELIZABETH LAUDER: The Testament Dative of Elizabeth Lauder, relict of John Cunningham of Woodhall, was registered in the Commissariot Court at Lauder, Berwickshire, on 24th July It was given up by her daughter, Margaret, who was her mother's executrix. the Cautioner was Robert Bryden, minister of Coldingham. More About ELIZABETH LAUDER: Testament: July 24, 1733, Commissariot of Lauder, Berwickshire. Notes for JOHN CUNNINGHAM, OF WOODHALL & BOGANGREEN: John Cunningham's testament was lodged at Lauder on 24th July Child of ELIZABETH LAUDER and JOHN CUNNINGHAM is: i. MARGARET 13 CUNNINGHAM, d. Aft. July 24, The Ethington Family Organization Page 78

79 Edrington Berwickshire (Lauder-Frost) Descendants of Thomas Edingtoun, of that Ilk The earliest Edington I have been able to locate down to 1424 was Thomas Ethingtoun of that Ilk who had a confirmation of his estates about He had a son, of whom we know nothing and who possibly predeceased his father. However, we do know that Thomas's grandson (indicating the missing male) John Edingtoun (in one charter Ethington) of that Ilk was the next to inherit and that he was married to a Beatrix Hume. Next is where I previously became confused. This has now been clarified by the charters I found. John had two sons, David, the eldest, and Thomas. David married an Alison Hume, and they had a son Patrick who seems by all account to be alive and well and residing at Clarabad. He is described as David's son and heir. However, he must have been the only son as he clearly died before his father, and so we then have Thomas Edingtoun of that Ilk inheriting from his brother, David. Thomas we know married Elizabeth Ramsay and a few years afterwards sold the superiority of Edingtoun to her brother for 10,000, and so ended the connection between Edington and the family of that name. As I think I have told you previously, on many 16th and 17th century documents the place has been spelt Idingtoun or Iddingtoun. However, on these earlier charters I have located it is clearly spelt with an 'E' and most importantly several of the transcribers, notably The Great Seal, spell the name ETHINGTOUN. This is identical to your surname (less the 'u' which has been dropped from just about all Scottish surnames and placenames now). I am of the opinion, given what I have seen, that you may be looking in the wrong place for the origins of your surname and that, in fact, you are probably descended from this Ethingtoun/Edington family, whose estates straddled the Whiteadder about 4 miles down the road from here. I understand the Pele Tower there was still almost intact until the middle of the last century (some maps refer to it as a 'castle' but that is incorrect. It was a fortalice). As for Edrington, I have never come across any families in Scotland of this surname. I suspect, as I said before, that it is English. Given Edrington's very close proximity to Clarabad (across the river at one point) I suppose its possible that in the days of King Edgar it may have been part of the Ethingtoun/Edingtoun families lands. But there is no evidence and that is just speculation, a bad thing in genealogy. To this day people consistantly confuse Edrington and Edington and often the Royal Mail also get it wrong. But the Berwick to Duns road has been there in virtually the same place for about 1000 years and there has always been a good road distance between the two estates, separated by the Foulden and Nether Mordington lands, also owned by the Ramsays, who must have seen acquiring the Edingtoun estate as consolidation their holdings. The Ethington Family Organization Page 79

80 Edrington Berwickshire (Lauder-Frost) Unfortunately, like most of the great pre-union landed families who relied totally upon agriculture for their incomes, they got themselves into very serious financial difficulties in the 17th century, which was littered with wars etc., and started selling up their Berwickshire lands, Foulden to the Wilkies, (merchants from Lanark) and Edingtoun to Sir John Lauder,1st Baronet, another merchantlandowner, who took for his third wife, the daughter of Ramsay of Iddingtoun. Signed on the 1st July and 20th August 1690, a long Deed was entered into between George Ramsay of Iddingtoun and his son and heir William, to sell irredeemably the lands and barony of Idingtoune [Edington] in Berwickshire, to Sir John Lauder, 1st Baronet of Fountainhall 64. Sir John subsequently transferred that property to his eldest son and heir by his third marriage to Margaret Ramsay, George. A.G.Bradley, writing in "The Gateway of Scotland" (1912) states that Sir George Lauder of Edington shot his friend David Spence of West Mains during a quarrel, and then committed suicide by drowning in the river Tweed at Berwick-upon-Tweed. [April 1700]. In the indexes to the "Commissariot of Lauder " Sir George has two Testaments registered: one as George Lauder in Edingtoun: T.98, 6th November 1701, and the second as Sir George Lauder, of Idington dated 2nd October The first Testament was confirmed by Sir George's younger brother Archibald as his executor creditor on 28th October 1701.[Archibald was a ship's surgeon. He died, aged just 25, on 4th February 1704]. The Testament Dative recorded on 2nd October 1705 (CC15/5/7) was given up by Margaret & Elizabeth Lauder, sisters german to the defunct and by Mr.John Fairholm of Balberton, advocate, husband to Margaret, and John Cunningham of Woodhall, husband to Elizabeth, as nearest of kin (Archibald having died and certain matters remaining to be concluded regarding Sir George) and executors dative to the defunct. The cautioner was John McComie, writer in Edinburgh. No other genealogical information therein. On 2nd October 1705 a Retour of Special Service was made to Margaret Lauder, spouse of John Fairholme of Balberton, advocate, and Elizabeth Lauder, spouse of John Cunningham of Woodhall, lawful daughters of the deceased Sir John Lauder of Fountainhall, as heirs of their brother-german, Sir George Lauder of Idingtoun [Edington, near Chirnside], in the lands, mill, and barony of Idingtoun, with fishings on the Whiteadder, and the pertinents of Clarabad, one husbandland [26 acres] in Hutton and one husbandland in Duns, which have been in the hands of the Crown for five years and three months [due to no previous Retour having been made]; exped before Sir Andrew Home, advocate, Sheriff-Depute of Berwickshire, and the following jury:- 65 Sir Robert Home of Renton, Sir John Pringle of Stitchel, John Renton of Lamberton, George Winrham of Eyemouth, Joseph Hume of Ninewells, Joseph Douglas of Edringtoun, 64 RD3/78, p121, registered in the High Court Books of Council & Session 11th April Refer: Historical Manuscripts Commission, Various Collections number 5, the Mss of Colonel Mordaunt-Hay of Duns Castle. &c. Hereford, 1909, page 67, number 181. The Ethington Family Organization Page 80

81 Edrington Berwickshire (Lauder-Frost) George Home of Whytefield, Alexander Broune of Thornedykes, George Pringle of Greenknow [near Gordon], William Cockburn of Caldrae, Alexander Home of Sklaithouse, Alexander Home of Berrihaugh, Andrew Home of Fairnieside, Alexander Rule of Nunlands [at Foulden] and James Wilkie, Chamberlain of Foulden. Generation No THOMAS 1 EDINGTOUN, OF THAT ILK was born Abt , and died Bef. December Notes for THOMAS EDINGTOUN, OF THAT ILK: On 10th July 1465 an instrument of Sasine was given in favour of Thomas Edingtoun, in the lands of Edingtoun, Clarabad, a husbandland [26 acres] in Hutton, and a husbandland in Duns, within the sheriffdom of Berwick, proceeding upon a Precept from Chancery directed to John Huggone, Sheriff of Berwick in that part; witnesses: John Manderston, William Chirnside, James Re, John Ranald, Robert Ramsay and Thomas Foreman. Alexander Belchie was notary 67. Child of THOMAS EDINGTOUN, OF THAT ILK is: 2. i. MALE 2 EDINGTOUN. 2. MALE 2 EDINGTOUN (THOMAS 1 ). Notes for MALE EDINGTOUN: 68 Generation No. 2 Child of MALE EDINGTOUN is: 3. i. JOHN 3 EDINGTOUN, OF THAT ILK, b. Bef. 1500; d. alive Generation No JOHN 3 EDINGTOUN, OF THAT ILK (MALE 2, THOMAS 1 ) was born Bef. 1500, and died in alive 66 Birthdate may be earlier given that instrument of Sasine was granted just 15 years later in HDE 67 Refer: Historical Manuscripts Commission, Various Collections number 5, the Mss of Colonel Mordaunt-Hay of Duns Castle. &c. Hereford, 1909, page 64, numbers Refer: Historical Manuscripts Commission, Various Collections number 5, the Mss of Colonel Mordaunt-Hay of Duns Castle. &c. Hereford, 1909, page 64, number 172. The Ethington Family Organization Page 81

82 Edrington Berwickshire (Lauder-Frost) He married BEATRIX HUME. Notes for JOHN EDINGTOUN, OF THAT ILK: An instrument of Sasine dated 10th December 1518 was given in favbour of John Edingtoun, grandson and heir of the deceased Thomas Edingtoun of that Ilk, in the lands and mill of Edingtoun, the two husbandlands (52 acres) of Blackburn, the five husbandlands [130 acres] of Clarabad, one husbandland [26 acres] in Hutton with common pasturage there, and one husbandland in Duns, with their pertinents, lying in the Earldom of March, proceedng upon a Precept from Chancery dated 3rd December in the sixth year of the King's reign, in which it is stated that the lands are held of the Crown in chief, and have been in the hands of the King for the past 14 years. [Entry fees unpaid]. Christopher Cockburn of Chouslie [near Greenlaw] Sheriff-Depute of Berwickshire gave sasine; witnesses: George Hume of Broxmouth, Thomas Crummy, John Streid, George Hume, Robert Thomson, and Edward Landreth, serjeant of the Sheriffdom of Berwickshire. James Hume, priest, was notary 69. On 14th February 1519 John [Ethingtoun] Edingtoun of that Ilk signed a feu charter of 10 husbandlands [260 acres] in the town and territory of Edingtoun, Berwickshire, then in occupation by Adam Craig, John Dewar and his son John, Bartholomew Rannald, Robert Polwarth, John Hugone, Thomas Elem, John Simpson, Thomas Mill, and a David Ethingtoun, to George Home, burgess of Edinburgh, and his spouse Elizabeth Strathauchin. Witnesses to this feu charter were: Patrick Flemying, burgess of Edinburgh, William Carnys, John Vernour, burgess of Edinburgh, James Fleming, James Balcasky, William mason, James Carmure, and the notary was John Asloan. Signed by John Edingtoun. Not confirmed by the King until 3rd March 1530 (!), at Edinburgh. 70 [This feu charter was resigned by George Hume's daughter and heiress in June 1614, to Sir George Ramsay of Dalhousie, who had acquired, in 1594, the superiority of Edingtoun - see his notes.] A Charter of confirmation by King James the Fifth, was dated 6th January , of a charter by John Edingtoun of that Ilk, whereby, with the consent of Beatrix Hume, his wife, he grants to David Edingtoun, his son and heir apparent, the mains and mill of Edingtoun, to be held of the granter under the King [in other words the son is getting a feu] for the customary services; witnesses: Andrew Hume in Ninewells, John Forestar of Gamilschelis, William Hume and John Manderstoun. The confirmation is dated at Edinburgh and appears in the Great Seal. Sasine was taken hereon on 13th March following, the same persons being witnesses, and Archibald Renton, M.A., clerk of St.Andrew's diocese. being notary. 71 On 27th September 1542, at Tantallon castle, [near North Berwick] an extract on parchment was made under the hand of Alexander Hay, Clerk-Register, of a Charter by King James the Fifth under the Great Seal, to John Edingtoun of that Ilk, and Beatrix Home, his spouse, in liferent, and to David Edingtoun their son and heir apparent, in fee, the lands of Edingtoun, with the tower, mains and mill thereof, the lands of Clarabad, a husbandland [26 acres] in Hutton, and a husbandland in Duns, with fishing [rights] upon the Whiteadder, erecting the whole into the barony of Edingtoun. Sasine was taken thereon on 8th October following, Robert Hume being bailie, and Andrew Hume of Ninewells, William Paxton, Ninian Cockburn, Williame Home, William Polwarth, John Dewar and John Renton, witnesses Refer: Historical Manuscripts Commission, Various Collections number 5, the Mss of Colonel Mordaunt-Hay of Duns Castle. &c. Hereford, 1909, page 64, number Refer: "The Great Seal of Scotland" volume III, , number 904, page Refer: Historical Manuscripts Commission, Various Collections number 5, the Mss of Colonel Mordaunt-Hay of Duns Castle. &c. Hereford, 1909, pages 64-5, number Refer: Historical Manuscripts Commission, Various Collections number 5, the Mss of Colonel Mordaunt-Hay of Duns Castle. &c. Hereford, 1909, page 65, number 174. The Ethington Family Organization Page 82

83 Edrington Berwickshire (Lauder-Frost) Notes for BEATRIX HUME: 73 Children of JOHN EDINGTOUN and BEATRIX HUME are: 4. i. DAVID 4 EDINGTOUN, OF THAT ILK, d. Bef. October 22, ii. THOMAS EDINGTOUN, OF THAT ILK, d. alive February ; m. ELIZABETH RAMSAY, November 30, 1591, [contract]. Notes for THOMAS EDINGTOUN, OF THAT ILK: Elizabeth Ramsay's first husband. 74 An instrument of Sasine was made on 10th November 1591 in favour of Thomas Edingtoun of that Ilk, brother-german of the deceased David Edingtoun of that ilk, in the lands of Edingtoun, Clarabad, a husbandland [26 acres] in Hutton, and a husbandland in Duns, with fishing [rights] upon the Whiteadder, proceeding upon a Precept from Chancery dated at Edinburgh 22nd October 1591, which narrates the service of the said Thomas as heir to his brother in these lands. Adam Cockburne, Sheriff-Depute of Berwickshire, gave the Sasine; David Home of Ninewells, Richard Spens of Chirnside Mains, Achilles Home, Patrick Edingtoun of Clarabad, and Matthe Belsis are witnesses; and Alexander Cook, was the notary. On 20th February , Thomas Edingtoun of that Ilk sold by Disposition to George Ramsay of Dalhousie, for 10,000, the lands and barony of Edingtoun; witnesses: George Ramsay, Dean of Restalrig, William Ramsay, bailie of Newbottle; John Ramsay, apparent of Whitehill, and Alexander Dunlop, servitor to John Wardlaw, writer in Edinburgh, within whose writing booth the transaction took place. A Charter followed of the same date to which the granter's seal (almost defaced) is appended. It was confirmed by a charter under the Great Seal, James VI, dated at Stirling, 2nd March Sasine was taken by Ramsay on 1st May 1594, Andrew Litstar in Foulden being bailie, and James Ramsay there, attorney; William Ramsay, baillie in Newbottle, John Dewar in Edingtoun, Robert Laurie in Foulden, and 'Trilmo' Crichtoun there, being witnesses. 75 Notes for ELIZABETH RAMSAY: 76 Marriage Notes for THOMAS EDINGTOUN and ELIZABETH RAMSAY: Refer: Historical Manuscripts Commission, Various Collections number 5, the Mss of Colonel Mordaunt-Hay of Duns Castle. &c. Hereford, 1909, page 65, nos: Refer: "Burke's Peerage, Baronetage, and Knightage" 105th edition, edited by Peter Townend, London, 1970, p Refer: Historical Manuscripts Commission, Various Collections number 5, the Mss of Colonel Mordaunt-Hay of Duns Castle. &c. Hereford, 1909, pages 65-66, nos: Refer: "Burke's Peerage, Baronetage, and Knightage" 105th edition, edited by Peter Townend, London, 1970, p Refer: "Burke's Peerage, Baronetage, and Knightage" 105th edition, edited by Peter Townend, London, 1970, p.719. The Ethington Family Organization Page 83

84 Edrington Berwickshire (Lauder-Frost) Generation No DAVID 4 EDINGTOUN, OF THAT ILK (JOHN 3, MALE 2, THOMAS 1 ) died Bef. October 22, He married ALISON HUME Bef. February 7, 1563, daughter of JOHN HUME, OF BLACKADDER. Notes for DAVID EDINGTOUN, OF THAT ILK: A Charter of confirmation by King James the Fifth, was dated 6th January , of a charter by John Edingtoun of that Ilk, whereby, with the consent of Beatrix Hume, his wife, he grants to David Edingtoun, his son and heir apparent, the mains and mill of Edingtoun, to be held of the granter under the King [in other words the son is getting a feu] for the customary services; witnesses: Andrew Hume in Ninewells, John Forestar of Gamilschelis, William Hume and John Manderstoun. The confirmation is dated at Edinburgh and appears in the Great Seal. Sasine was taken hereon on 13th March following, the same persons being witnesses, and Archibald Renton, M.A., clerk of St.Andrew's diocese. being notary. 78. On 27th September 1542, at Tantallon castle, [near North Berwick] an extract on parchment was made under the hand of Alexander Hay, Clerk-Register, of a Charter by King James the Fifth under the Great Seal, to John Edingtoun of that Ilk, and Beatrix Home, his spouse, in liferent, and to David Edingtoun their son and heir apparent, in fee, the lands of Edingtoun, with the tower, mains and mill thereof, the lands of Clarabad, a husbandland [26 acres] in Hutton, and a husbandland in Duns, with fishing [rights] upon the Whiteadder, erecting the whole into the barony of Edingtoun. Sasine was taken thereon on 8th October following, Robert Hume being bailie, and Andrew Hume of Ninewells, William Paxton, Ninian Cockburn, Williame Home, William Polwarth, John Dewar and John Renton, witnesses. 79 On the 7th February , at Edinburgh, David Edingtoun of that Ilk confirmed a charter, whereby in terms of a contract between himself, John Hume of Blackadder, and Alison Hume his second daughter, [spouse of David Edington of that ilk], he grants to the said Alison, in liferent, ten husbandlands [260 acres] (occupied by Thomas Dewar, Patrick and John Forrester, Thomas and Peter Knox, Paul Cowan, Thomas Wilson, and Thomas Edingtoun) in the town and territory of Edingtoun; one husbandland in Hutton, occupied by Robert Hume, and the lands of Clarabad, all in the shire of Berwick. Witnesses included, David Hume, son of the said John, Thomas Orlie, Burgess of Perth, Alexander Strang, macer, David Lawte [Lawder?], notary public, and John Corsaw [Cossar] his servant. Seal attached. The Precept of Sasine was given at Edinburgh by David Edingtoun of that Ilk and was signed clearly by him on 11th February His seal, in good condition, is attached. The charter (above) was confirmed by Queen Mary under the Great Seal at Edinburgh, 12th February, David Edingtoun gave the Instrument of Sasine personally to his wife Alison Hume of the above charter on 21st February Refer: Historical Manuscripts Commission, Various Collections number 5, the Mss of Colonel Mordaunt-Hay of Duns Castle. &c. Hereford, 1909, pages 64-5, number Refer: Historical Manuscripts Commission, Various Collections number 5, the Mss of Colonel Mordaunt-Hay of Duns Castle. &c. Hereford, 1909, page 65, number Refer: "Calendar of the Laing Charters " edited by Rev.John Anderson, Edinburgh, 1899, numbers 752/3/4 and 756, all on page192. The Ethington Family Organization Page 84

85 Edrington Berwickshire (Lauder-Frost) A Contract in the form of a Notarial Instrument, dated at Langton, Berwickshire, on 15th December 1575, notates that William Redpath of Greenlaw ratifies and confirms the title and possession which David Ethingtoun of that Ilk presently has, and his predecessors formerly had, of that husbandland [26 acres] within the town and territory of Duns, occupied [tenant] by Elizabeth Runciman, widow of Robert Freir, and renounces for himself and his heirs all title he or his predecessors had thereto, promising to deliver over all writs he has of the said husbandland to the said David, who has for this to pay him 100 merks Scots; witnesses: Alexander Haitle of Lambden, David Home of Ninewells, John Bowmaker of Prentonnan, George Haitlie in Ordlaw and Leonard Haitlie his brother-german; George Craig, notary. [Clearly there has been a feu dispute here]. 81 David Edingtoun of that ilk, was still alive when an Instrument of Redemption was made in his favour on 29th January An instrument of Sasine was made on 10th November 1591 in favour of Thomas Edingtoun of that Ilk, brother-german of the deceased David Edingtoun of that ilk, in the lands of Edingtoun, Clarabad, a husbandland [26 acres] in Hutton, and a husbandland in Duns, with fishing [rights] upon the Whiteadder, proceeding upon a Precept from Chancery dated at Edinburgh 22nd October 1591, which narrates the service of the said Thomas as heir to his brother in these lands. Adam Cockburne, Sheriff- Depute of Berwickshire, gave the Sasine; David Home of Ninewells, Richard Spens of Chirnside Mains, Achilles Home, Patrick Edingtoun of Clarabad, and Matthe Belsis are witnesses; and Alexander Cook, was the notary. 83 Notes for ALISON HUME: Second daughter. see husbands notes, and also: the "Calendar of the Laing Charters " edited by Rev.John Anderson, Edinburgh, 1899, number 752, p.192. Child of DAVID EDINGTOUN and ALISON HUME is: i. PATRICK 5 EDINGTOUN, OF CLARABAD, BERWICKSHIRE, d. Aft. January 1580, v.p.. Notes for PATRICK EDINGTOUN, OF CLARABAD, BERWICKSHIRE: Patrick Edingtoun, described as son and heir to David Edingtoun of that ilk, was witness to an Instrument of redemption in favour of his father on 29th January As he did not inherit it must be assumed that he predeceased his father Refer: Historical Manuscripts Commission, Various Collections number 5, the Mss of Colonel Mordaunt-Hay of Duns Castle. &c. Hereford, 1909, page 65, number Refer: "Calendar of the Laing Charters " edited by Rev.John Anderson, Edinburgh, 1899, numbers 994, page Refer: Historical Manuscripts Commission, Various Collections number 5, the Mss of Colonel Mordaunt-Hay of Duns Castle. &c. Hereford, 1909, page 66, nos: Refer: "Calendar of the Laing Charters " edited by Rev.John Anderson, Edinburgh, 1899, numbers 994, page 247. The Ethington Family Organization Page 85

86 Edrington Berwickshire (Lauder-Frost) Questions by Harold Ethington to Greg Lauder-Frost: 1. SirJohn Lauder, of Newington, 1st Baronet of Fountainhall, husband of Margaret Ramsey. He appears to be much older than both Margaret, and Margaret s father, George Ramsey (born in 1633). Do I have this right? Answers: Yes: he was born in 1596 and died 1692, making him 75 years old when he took Margaret Ramsay as his third wife. This was not that abnormal in those days, and in any case he was horribly rich. 2. Thomas Ethington, husband of Elizabeth Ramsay, appears to be much older than Elizabeth. David, brother of Thomas, was born about Elizabeth was born about It all is within range, but stretching a little. OK? Answer: Elizabeth's parents were married on 5th April 1570,and she herself married Thomas in November 1591 making her age at marriage quite normal, possibly about 20 years or younger. As for Thomas, he appears to be about 50 when he married, possibly even older. We don't know, of course, whether this was a second marriage for him. It may have been. Records are not always helpful regarding previous spouses. Thomas was the younger brother. How much younger we don't know, and how many other children there were between David and Thomas we don't know either. There may have been boys who died in infancy or who were imbeciles. There may have been several girls, who are always excluded by law from succession if there are males living. But there is no doubt of the marriage of Thomas and Elizabeth. 3. You show Thomas the elder born about Yet, his estate was confirmed c Could he have been born earlier? Answer: He may have been entailed before the legal age of 25 years. That was common. I have found estates being entailed in infancy. We know that he was alive in David Ethington grants land to his wife Alison Hume. Later, David s brother Thomas inherits the Edington lands since David s son Patrick had died. Are we talking about two different plots of land? One to wife Alison, and one to brother Thomas? Answer: These were life rents. In any case, even if they had been lands, they would only have been feus only for life - they would have been portions within his estate of which he was the superior. Clarabad, for instance, lay within his superiority, indeed he was originally styled 'of Clarabad', but was a separate land with its own title. Feus were hereditary so once feued out if the superior wanted it back he'd have to buy it back. He would still retain the superiority and receive annual land-rents. According to the old Scottish system, if you were styled "of" somewhere, it meant that (1) you were the superior or (2) you had the hereditary feu of those lands from the superior. If you were styled "in" somewhere it normally meant you were the tenant or just resided there. The Ethington Family Organization Page 86

87 Edrington Berwickshire (Lauder-Frost) Sir George Lauder of Idingtoun was not chared with anything so you cannot arbitrarily charge him with murder. It may have been a duel. Very common then. Suicide, yes. Lastly, Beatrix Hume and her spouse of John Edington of that Ilk (which actually means of that place, so you don't need to add 'of Edington') married before She is recorded as still being alive in 1542, The Ethington Family Organization Page 87

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91 Edrington Family (LaMar Kay Edrington) LaMar Kay Edrington Notes on the name EDRINGTON LaMar Kay Edrington, an active Edrington family researcher, lives currently (2004) in LaPoint, Utah. He is a descendant of the Edrington family that settled in the mid 1600 s in the Northern Neck of Virginia. His comments on the name, and the area history of the Adder River Valley near Berwick Scotland follow. There is a book called Scottish Place-Names: Their Study and Significance by W.F.H. Nikolaison (B.I.Batsford LTD, 1976, 4 Fitharding St, W1H CAH London). The author discusses early Scot / English settlement names and traces the etymology of several of them. We are fortunate because in his discussion of the element -tūn and the element -ton, he uses the name of Edrington as an example. He says: Nikolaison Page 25 A clear example of an early name in ington is Edrington which must be compared with the other Berwickshire name of Edrom, analyzed above, for both contain the river-name Adder as their first element, and are located on the river of that name. The spelling Ederington of 1330 A.D. establishes the e of the second syllable of the river-name, and the much earlier Hadryngton of 1095 A.D., provides a glimpse of the sound development of the stem-syllable. The spellings are easily early enough to show Edrington to be the -tūn of the settlers on the river Adder, if such proof were necessary. Note by Kay: A clan of Celts, known as the Scots, came into Northern England about the year 500 A.D. from the land that we now call Northern Ireland. Throughout the years the Vikings, Danes, and Norsemen raided, plundered, and established settlements in what became known as Scots-land. The English started pushing into southern Scotland as early as 750 A.D. There was continual warfare along the border until Scotland gained their independence through the efforts of Robert Bruce in There were many wars between England and Scotland over the years. You will notice the lower-center of the above map a place called Flodden Field, where the Scots were badly defeated in the year The Edringtons were probably there. The river Tweed, of which the Adder is the chief tributary, became a natural borderline between Scotland and England. The Edrington Castle was one of the fortresses against the English and was also a result of the early Feudal system. Hopefully we will find out a lot more about the Edringtons and their castle, and a nearby ruin called the Edrington House. The Scots who lived and fought along the English border were called Borderers. Nikolaison page 73 [In Scotland] as in England, the connective particle ing- is found only with tūn; and just as tūn is slightly later in Scotland than hām, so names ending in The Ethington Family Organization Page 91

92 Edrington Family (LaMar Kay Edrington) ingtūn belong to a later period than those in ingas and ingaham. Once the numerous non-genuine late adaptations like Abington, Newington, Symington and others have been eliminated, there remains a genuine residue of early material in such Berwickshire names as Edington Hadynton 1095 (15 th ), Hoedentum (15 th ), Edingtonam 1095 (15 th )) farm associated with *Ead(d)a ; Edrington Hadryngton 1095 (15 th ) farm associated with the river Adder ; Mersington (so 1291) farm associated with *Mersa or Mersige ; Note by Kay: When the Celtic group (The Scots) came into northern England, they brought with them names that had been with them when they migrated from central Europe (if that is where they indeed came from) 85. Some etymologists think that the river Adder is an outgrowth of the river ODER in central Europe. The name Adder is not English, but Celt/Scottish; the -ing in the middle of our name simply connects us with the last descriptive syllable -ton which is English for town. In Old English it was spelled -tūn and then it became -toune, and then -town, and later, when used in conjunction with a place name it became -ton. Originally, it was sounded: ADDER-ING-TūN, which would mean a people or farm located on the Adder river. So, we went from Adder-ing-tūn to Hadryngton, to Edrington. Think about that. Our name is a thousand years old! Nikolaison page 184: Edrington the ruins of the Edrington Castle are on the left bank of the Whiteadder about five miles from Berwick; Edrington House is on a small tributary of the same river. Nikolaison page 185: both these names (Edrom and Edrington) must have been coined before the distinctive adjectives Black and White became attached to the two tributaries comprising the Adder river. They are now the Whiteadder and the Blackadder rivers. Note by Kay: It s kinda exciting, isn t it? We began as a distinct family (with the name of Edrington) in about 1090 A.D. Other similar sounding names began soon after (like the Edingtons and Ederingtons). On one 85 Coments by Greg Lauder-Frost: The Celts were in England before the Saxons, Danes etc. Also the Picts, who anciently occupied Scotia (Scotland) were also Celts. An Irish clan (obviously of Celtic origin) called the Scots steadily emigrated into western Scotland over numerous centuries and eventually all but exterminated the Picts. What evidence is there that such numbers would have taken a vastly longer sea journey into northern England, and then moved northwards into Scotland? One of the better refences on this subject is Lieut.-Col.Forbes Leslie's The Early Races of Scotland, and Their Monuments (Edinburgh, 1866, 2 volumes). Another, possibly slightly more contentious study, is The Phoenician Origin of Britons - Scots and Anglo-Saxons by the great genius, Professor l.a.waddell, (London, 1925). The Ethington Family Organization Page 92

93 Edrington Family (LaMar Kay Edrington) old Scottish map made in the 1500 s, the Edrington Castle was mistakenly named the Ederington Castle, and there was a nearby town called Edington and another called Edingtonhill THE BARONS de EDRINGTON When one first reads this short account of the Edrington lineage in the Genealogical History of the Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct Peerages of the British Empire by Bernard Burke, it is a little bit hard to grasp the significance of what is being told. At least that was the situation in my own case. The meat of the matter is that herein we have a skeleton of literally noble dimensions upon which to assemble or mold a genealogical body. My greatest fear as I began to research the Edrington lineage was that the period between 1100 and 1600 A.D. would be nearly an impossible span of time to follow and document. But I though, at the time, that half of a millennium was better than no millennium at all. This current slice of history and genealogy dealing with our ancestors and heritage is exciting! The more one reads it, the more one reads into it. What follows is my own tentative interpretation of what is says and means. We learn in the first sentence of the main paragraph that: Thomas de Edrington, was appointed, with Richard de Altavipa, in the 6 th King John, bailiff or substitute to Geoffrrey Fitzpiers, then sheriff of the counties of Salop and Stafford. He was afterwards chamberlain to the king and obtained some territorial grants from the crown. 87 John ruled officially from 1199 to 1216 A.D. but held actual power for longer than that because he substituted for years for his brother, Richard the Lion-Hearted, while Richard was away fighting in the Crusades in the Holy Land. Every historian seems to agree on one thing about John: They should have 86 Coments by Greg Lauder-Frost: Nikolaison is just clutching at straws here in all these possibilities. No proof anywhere. He is also quoted mentioning Edrington Castle; and almost at the same time Edrington House, which Kay Edrington states, on page 50 was "a nearby ruin". This too is wrong. Edrington house is not "nearby" any more than my house is, and it has been continually lived in since the late 16th century. 87 Coment by Greg Lauder-Frost: Mr.Edrington quotes Sir Bernard Burke's Dormant, Abeyant, Forefited, and Extinct Peerages of the British Empire (London, 1883) where a family of this surname appears as feudal barons, elevated, briefly, to barons of parliament. Burke is a little over the top in many of his descriptions of people in this publication and they should often be read for interest rather than absolute reliablility. But I would say this: here is clear evidence of a family of this surname in England, and established with lands there. No-one at that time (reign of King John) would have owned lands, especially a feudal barony, unless they were of Norman origin. Very occasionally, as in the Lancaster family, we find Saxon barons still with land, but it is rare. That a Scot of lowly birth supposedly from the very very long Whiteadder districts, could have turned up in that part of England, been accepted, purchased lands and barony etc etc is beyond belief. For Mr.Edrington to make the statement that "there were undoubtedly Edringtons at the battles of of etc etc" is ludicrous. There is much if not almost total doubt unless he can prove otherwise. I suggest that the Edrington surname is or has evolved from a Norman surname and that is where you must trace it. The Ethington Family Organization Page 93

94 Edrington Family (LaMar Kay Edrington) named him John the Cruel. The 6 th year of the reign of John would be the year 1205 A.D. It was in that year, then, that Thomas Edrington was appointed as a bailiff and assistant sheriff of Salop and Stafford counties a position of trust and honor much sought after and quite unlike the modern positions of bailiff and sheriff. Stafford is somewhere near the center of England northwesterly of London and midway between that city and Liverpool on the coast. I assume that the name of the other county, Salop is a misspelling of Shrop, or Shropshire which is the county between Stafford and the country of Wales. The information preceding the appointment of Thomas is doubly interesting to me. It tells us that Thomas is the grandson of Henry de Edrington. Estimating a generation to be about 20 years or so, one can safely say that Lord Henry de Edrington of county Warrick was probably born around 1130/35 A.D. Warrick is just below Stafford and located on the old Roman highway running from London to the West coast. The article reads as though Edrington, county Warrick was a shire or manor of substantial importance in the area. It is evident that Burke, in writing his work on the peerages, had access to various documents that contain additional information regarding the subjects under discussion. In fact, he says on page v of his introduction: I am indebted these same works, however, for providing the basis of this directory and in them, of course, the enquirer will find the detailed information that it is not possible to provide here. This new information, concerning the Edrington habitation in central England at such an early date, has caused me to take another look at the overall sequence of the migration from their beginnings in the Adder Valley to the eventual transplanting of part of the family to the American scene in the mid 1600 s; for the seemingly indisputable fact is that by at least the year 1135 A.D. there is an established Edrington family and presence in the very belly of England. One of the ramifications of that fact is the notion that very shortly after becoming a known family entity called Edrington, (say about 1100 A.D.), there was a movement southward of at least a portion of the newly emerged group. In my mind I had supposed them to have gone southward at a later date, perhaps shortly after 1300 A.D. To me it was like seeing a sign over a doorway that read: Welcome to the Home of the Edringtons but when I knocked a stranger came, shook his head, and replied kindly to my queries: I m sorry, but they don t live here anymore. The fact is no one here ever remembers having seen and Edrington before. I know what you re thinking, about the sigh over the entrance way. Well, there is a comfortable feeling about the sign being there. There is a feeling of belonging to the spot where it hangs. And down the road a ways there is a hill called Edrington, and a village, and a manor, and a farm and maybe a gnarled stump from an old oak tree. Beyond that, near the bend in the river, there is an ancient ruin called by everyone in these parts, the Edrington Castle. It is a pile of rocks now. Old writings tell of the existence of a mill and a fishery near the river, and one supposes that they were also called Edrington. The stranger paused, lowered his head thoughtfully for a moment and then raised it once again and said No, they don t live here anymore, these Edringtons, but they were here once, a long time ago. We have never doubted that. It s like the sign says, mister, Welcome to the Home of the Edringtons. I believe that the Adder Valley was Edringtonville But did the Edringtons of County Warrick leave the border valley so very early? That hardly seems time to get the castle finished. My private estimate for the construction of the castle was between 1150 and Maybe we ll know someday. What I am pretty certain of is that by early in the 1300 s there are no Edrington people living in the Adder Valley. Their spirits might linger there and seep up through the soil occasionally but their bodies have long been gone, south to Warrickshire, Staffordshire, Shropshire, Durham, Lancastershire, York and Westmoreland, and the other counties of central and western England. The Ethington Family Organization Page 94

95 Edrington Family (LaMar Kay Edrington) When Jimmie Edrington of Brownsville Texas visited the Edrington Castle environs in 1987 he made the acquaintance of the librarian at Duns, who proceeded to send Jimmie a letter at a later date. He (the librarian) had done a little cursory research and was of the opinion that: Unfortunately I can be of limited help. In this area at least, I can trace no usage of the name Edrington as a family name. The name of Edington is fairly common, but this seems to derive from a village of that name near Chirnside. Other than coincidence, there seems to be no connection between the two. Little or nothing remains of the castle, and less has been written about it. The only references, other than passing mention, traced in our small local collection are in Wilson s Imperial Gazetter of Scotland, vol. 1 (late 19 th century, no date) and in Carr s History of Coldingham Priory (1836). I enclose photocopies of both items. I can find no illustrations, old or new, of the castle. (signed) John Luby, ALA Duns Area Librarian 22 Dec 1987 I want to refer now to the second reference listed above: Carr s History of Coldingham Priory, Mr. Luby sent a copy of the three pages dealing with various transactions of the Edrington lands and holdings between 1335 and A.D. The first transaction reads thusly: Has obviously derived its name from its contiguity to the river Whitadder [note by HDE: Current (year 2003) pronunciation by locals is Whit, not White, Adder], which forms the boundary between it and the parish of Hutton. It was one of the most ancient possessions of the monks, who seem to have long retained it in their own keeping, probably on account of the proximity of its fisheries; as no tenant bearing this name occurs in the chartularies. The village, together with the fishing water of Eddermouth, and the mills of Edrington and Berwick, were, by charter, dated 10 th October 1335, bestowed upon William de Pressin, Lord Warden of Jedburgh forest, in reward for his having taken prisoner, Sir Andrew Murray, the regent of Scotland, and confining him in Bamburgh Castle. In 1376 the Edrington lands, now belonging to Robert II, were granted by charter, 27 th June, to John de Roos and John Lyoun. Next they went to Thomas de Knayton and his heirs forever, in reward for his good service. The deed is dated at Westminister, 17 th March About the year 1450 it was granted by James II of Scotland, to Robert Lauder of Bass, who seems to have held it conjointly with the descendant of William de Pressin. There was another transaction on the 13 th of September 1489 and from there the property was owned by a family named Ogilvy from whom, at the close of the 17 th century, it was purchased by John Douglas, D.D., son of Douglas of Parkhead, and brother of Douglas, Lord Mordington Comments by Greg Lauder-Frost: The Ethington Family Organization Page 95

96 Edrington Family (LaMar Kay Edrington) The various surviving cemetery inscriptions photographed by Jimmie Edrington in 1987 probably belong to the Douglas era. One picture is of a weathered sundial beneath which is inscribed Joseph Douglas of Edrington The Douglas family must have survived in the area for a long time because Jimmie took notes from several headstones near Edrington Castle, among them were: In Memory of William Douglas, son of George Douglas, who died July 1796, aged 9 years. Agnes Douglas his wife who died 6 th July 1798 aged 30 years. Late servant of Joseph Douglas of Ederington, who died 1762, age 69 [Regarding] the lands of Edrington in Berwickshire. It is on record that the original pele tower at Edrington was built by Sir Robert Lauder of the Bass (d.may 1311). Over the centuries it was enlarged and eventually became L-shaped. Most of these enlarged Pele Towers were called castles espcecially after enlargement. Mr.Edington's suggestion that it was owned or built by a family called Edrington has no basis in fact whatsoever. The past librarian of Duns is correct when he says that there is no connection between Edrington and Idingtoun, now called Edington, some miles distant. Mr.Luby has supplied page copies of Carr's History of Coldingham Priory. Mr.Carr was an Englishman and his sweeping inaccuracies are very annoying. He mentions the Edrington lands "belonging to King Robert II". Well of course ALL Scottish lands 'belonged' to the King. Under the feudal system he was the ultimate superior from whom all landholders held their lands. Carr mentions the following people as "proprietors" etc: de Pressin, de Knayton, Lord de Roos, and John Lyoun. All of these ENGLISH people had grants from the ENGLISH king of confiscated Scottish lands. Edrington was included. But in Scottish eyes, these were illegal as the lands were stolen by the English. The Great Seal is packed with properties which had changed hands several times on paper because of English invasions and occupations, but it is on record that David granted Edrington, its mill, and the fishing rights on that part of the Whiteadder down to its mouth to the Lauders of Bass and they owned it until the 17th century. This has never ever been in dispute. To suggest, as Carr does, that Robert Lauder of Bass was holding Edrington jointly, in 1450, with "a descendant of de Pressin" is just ridiculous. He adds that a family named Ogilvy also owned Edrington, there is not a trace of this. Just a figment of his imagination. I have covered the Scottish, and therefore legal, chronoligical ownership of Edrington in my article. At an early date the Lauders feued the mill to Adam de Paxton but early in the 14th century he forfeited that feu. Yes, Edrington castle did change hands numerous times during the English-Scots wars. But it always remained in the hands, legally, of the Lauders. Yes, as Carr says, Edrington was returned to the Scottish king but here he speaks of national sovereignty, not actual ownership of the castle and estate. It was not fully destroyed, but was always rebuilt, So that is wrong, and it remained almost fully four stories with battlements until it was taken down for its stone for a local mansion named Cawderstanes, and some nearby cottages, c1890. The Ethington Family Organization Page 96

97 Edrington Family (LaMar Kay Edrington) quoting: I can t resist including the final paragraph of the source from which we have been And finally: The ancient castle of Edrington occupied the summit of a steep craggy bank, overhanging the Whitadder, and was deemed a place of considerable strength and importance. In consequence of its proximity to the border, like the neighboring fortress of Berwick, it served somewhat of the purpose of a shuttlecock, being seldom retained long in the hands of either nation. It was one of the many places in Berwickshire burnt by the Duke of Gloucester s army, in July 1482, but was soon afterwards rebuilt, and fortified by order of the Scottish Parliament. In 1518 its English garrison, under its proprietor, William Pressin, was overpowered by a party of borderers led by Sir David Home of Wedderburn, who afterwards voluntarily resigned it. In 1534, on the cessation of hostilities between the two kingdoms, Henry VIII restored the castle and manor to James V as a proof of the gratitude and friendship which he entertained toward him. A fresh war breaking out, it was recaptured by the English. In 1546, the Scots demanded that their house of Edrington, on the East border, should be immediately restored to them: and, in accordance with a treaty concluded in the Church of Norham, Edward VI delivered up to them the castle, and mill belonging to it, commonly called the Cawmills, with its lands, fisheries and other dependencies. In 1558, on the recommencement of disturbances, the castle was once more taken by the English. Its garrison, consisting of twelve Frenchmen, made such a brave defense, that several of the assailants were slain during the siege. [Note: at the Union of the Crowns, in 1603, James destroyed hundreds of the fortifications along the border. Evidently, Edrington Castle was one of them]. Footnote: They say of Edrington that it is a waste incomplete house, marching with the bounds of Berwick, and as the use hath been, that as often as it was taken in war, it was delivered again at the making of peace. (Holinshead s Scottish Chronicle page 364) In a romantic vale, a little below the ruins of the castle, is said to have stood the cottage of the renowned Tibby Fowler o the Glen the heroine of one of our most popular Scottish songs. [This last quote] sounds like Robert Burns to me. I tried to locate it but I couldn t find it in any of his published works. The lengthy digression above was made because it seemed needful to establish the idea of a new concept that will now prove useful in further research. The concept is that the Edrington family began in the Adder Valley in the 1000 s, left it probably by 1200 A.D., and returned again as knights and nobles of England to put down the continual border uprisings. A case in point is Henry de Edrington who was made a knight of the Bath in the year 1302 and accompanied king Edward I into war against Scotland, wherein he attained so much celebrity that he was summoned to parliament as a Baron on 22 January This is a concept that takes a little doing for me to accept. I remember writing, at one time, that There were undoubtedly Edringtons at the battles of Berwick (1291, Bannockburn (1314), Halidon Hill The Ethington Family Organization Page 97

98 Edrington Family (LaMar Kay Edrington) (1333), and Flodden Field (1513). I still believe that, but must now accept the idea that those Edringtons who were there probably came with the conquering armies of England. They were now English Nobles and Knights returning to their little-remembered origins in service to the King. That idea takes a little effort for me to get used to. It is a hard vision to try to conjure up: Henry de Edrington, Baron, of County Warrick, marching against Berwick on Tweed with King Edward I ( who was later to bear the title The Hammer of the North ) and participating in the siege of Berwick and its consequent aftermath, the putting to the sword of the 5,000 Scottish survivors. My Scots genes take some satisfaction in that my g-g-g-grandfather, James Edrington, and his brothers and relatives of Virginia, South Carolina and Kentucky, had the wisdom to fight against, and humble, the English in the American War for Independence 89. For some reason or other I prefer my Americanized Scots genes. But, in my present condition I ll take any kind I can get. Back to the era of the Baron de Edrington. We were discussing Thomas de Edrington when I digressed. In the 15 th year of the reign of King John (1214 A.D.) the king evidently had enough confidence in his chamberlain to send him, along with one Ralph Fitz-Nicholas, on a secret mission to enlist the help of the Mohammedan King of Africa and Spain in putting down the enemies of the throne of England. His enemies were his own nobles. This was also the time that he legendary Robin Hood was shooting arrows at the king s men. The chamberlain to the King was a member of the Royal Household of England, whose job it was to oversee and conduct the business of the monarch and to supervise all branches of court life, including the activities of the household. They did not openly share in the power of government, but, because of their position near the seat of it, often had influence beyond their calling. The fact that King John sent him on a secret mission to the continent would indicate that he was more than a medieval nanny. Another timely point of interest is that his secret trip for King John was just one year before the king was forced by the barons to sign the Magna Carta (June 15, 1215). I don t remember my history very well, but his trip to Spain to woo the Mohammedan monarch, Admiralius Marmelius, must not have been successful. It seems likely, as the supervisor of the king s business and of royal protocol, that Thomas was probably involved with the famous event of 1215 the signing of the Great Charter which put the king under the law, curbed his powers, and introduced many of the important provisions of democracy that eventually found their way into our own system of government; jury trial by one s peers, no taxation without representation, due process, etc. That famous event took place at Runymede, a meadow alongside the river Thames, southwest of London. 89 Comment by Greg Lauder-Fost: Mr.Edrington speaks of the American war of Independence, which we here prefer to correctly name the American Revolution. He also talks about fighting the English in it. But it was the BRITISH the Americans were fighting, and I can give him a long list of SCOTTISH loyalists, notably the Rutherfords, who had extensive plantataions and properties in the American colonies who remained loyal to the Crown and were, as a result, forfeited of their properties by the revolutionary government. The Ethington Family Organization Page 98

99 Edrington Family (LaMar Kay Edrington) Thomas de Edrington married Roese de Cockfield, died in the latter end of John s reign (1216), and was succeeded by his son Giles de Edrington who, in the 35 th year of the reign of Henry III (1251) was one of the justices itinerant for the city of London, and the next was constituted one of the justices of the court of Common Pleas: He was likewise one of the justices of Assize for the county Warrick, from the 34 th to the 53 rd of the same reign ( ) inclusive. This learned person was a munificent benefactor to the church. I did a little checking concerning some of the phrases used in the above paragraph. Prior to the signing of the Magna Carta, criminal cases brought against subjects of the crown could only be tried at Westminister or London or by the judges traveling out into the counties ( Circuit judges). It could take them up to 7 years before they might handle a case. Magna Carta provided for judges to handle certain writs, yearly, within each county. These courts of Assize grew and eventually became the pattern of court systems that developed in colonial America. Upon the death of Thomas, his son Henry de Edrington succeeded him and married Maud, one of the daughters and eventual co-heiresses of, Roger de Somert, Baron of Dudley, and also one of the coheirs of Nichols daughter and co-heir of Hugh Albini, Earl of Arundel. One gets the idea that not only was Henry a respected man of means but his wife was in line to inherit a considerable fortune herself. He must have been a practical, upward-mobile type of person. The Earls were at the top of the peerage ladder and the Barons at the bottom and so by marrying the daughter of the Earl of Arundel Henry probably assured himself a greater degree of nobility, and especially when she inherited the lands alluded to above. It was the amount of landholdings that distinguished between the lesser barons and the greater ones. Henry died in the 10 th year of the reign of Edward I (which computes to Note: This was the second King Edward 1 st, who reigned from 1272 to 1307). Henry was succeeded by his son Henry de Edrington who, in the 30 th year of the reign of Edward I (1302) inherited his mother s lands upon her decease. In four years afterwards he was made a knight of the Bath. He then attended Prince Edward in the expedition made into Scotland, wherein he attained so much celebrity that he was summoned to parliament as a Baron on the 22 nd of January I get the message that this particular Henry was a pretty important and well-to-do man who probably left a good paper trail behind him that we can someday follow. His Lordship (Get That!) married Joane, daughter and co-heir of Sir Thomas de Wolvey, of Wolvey, county Warwick. Back to the Barons de Edrington. When Henry died, he left his son, Giles, (Lord Edrington), who, not appearing in the 19 th year of Edward III (1346) to receive the honour of knighthood, obtained a pardon for that omission. The article then goes on to state that Lord Edrington had but one summons, and his descendants none. Giles (Lord Edrington) was succeeded by his son, Giles de Edrington. We are left to wonder a bit about Giles and his immediate family and descendents for the story leaps ahead to his great grandson, Thomas Edrington, who lived in the reign of Henry VI. That would compute to the date between 1422 and 1461 A.D. I submit that this chronology of Edringtons begins in the middle of the 12 th century, around 1150 A.D. and continues down to at least 1451 A.D., and probably beyond. Recently my research has taken me into the parish registers of Lancastershire and in one of them was the earliest date that I have found as yet: Elizabeth, daughter of Elizabeth Edrington de Holme, cod. Die [1571] Source: The registers of Pickhill-cum-Roxby, from the register book of Ye Parish of Pickhall containing all ye several baptisms, Burialls and Marriages The Ethington Family Organization Page 99

100 Edrington Family (LaMar Kay Edrington) within Ye said Parish Since the day ninegth of March [FHL # 496,809 SLC] The point is, there is not a great distance of time between the birth of someone like Elizabeth Edrington de Holme (1550?) and the death earlier of Thomas Edrington in the period And I think that what that says to us is that the Edrington history, the whole 1,000 year of it, is within our grasp. My psyche makes me refer to it as the Edrington history, but anyone can erase that name and replace it with Edrenton, Ethington, Etherington, Hetherington or a host of others. It is within our grasp to reach back a thousand years and make connections all along the way. It is just a matter of how much time, funds, and effort we want to put into it. Jimmie Edrington of Georgetown, Texas, went to Scotland back in 1987 and we are indebted to him for much of what is written herein. The Ethington Family Organization has recently hired some initial research done in Scotland and Patricia Ethington Beadle of Yuba City California visited in the Adder Valley, also in Personally, I am trying to push my foot into the genealogical door of England. First, to find the parish origins of Christopher Edrington and Margaret who were immigrants to America in the mid 1600 s. And secondly, to try and develop leads that might help us to get through the Middle Ages, and back to the Adder Valley of Scotland. In 1558 the parishes of England were required by law to start keeping record of all births, marriages, and deaths. That is not to say that there were not records older than that date, nor that all parishes obeyed, nor, that all have been preserved. There is a good back-up record that was kept after 1598, called The Bishop s Transcript, or BT for short. One last point. Anyone who works in Edrington genealogical research cannot help but get bewildered when all of the derivatives melt in and out of one another and start to confuse things. By that I mean the Eddingtons, Etheringtons, Hethringtson, Edrentons, Ethingtons, Edgingtons, etc. And at this point we do not know who for sure who, when, nor where one of us might have derived from the others. And it doesn t matter. I noticed that during the 300 years of the particular line of the Edrington nobility that this paper discusses, the spelling of the surname remains constant. I wonder if that will hold up when we get on parallel lines. In terms of what we have run into on the American colonial scene, that is very unusual. And one finds at least as many variations of the name in parish records of England between, say, 1550 to modern day. At long last we ll close this little report. All of us need to keep sharing what we have and perhaps someday we can establish an Edrington data and dissemination system that will provide a service to any descendent of the Adder River Valley of Scotland who cares to admit that that is where they came from. - LaMar Kay Edrington 14 Feb 1992 The Ethington Family Organization Page 100

101 Correspondence, Nicolaisen : H. Ethington Saturday, April 12, 1997 Mr. W.F.H. (Bill) Nicolaisen 75 Middleton Circle Bridge of Don Aberdeen, Scotland AB 228LF telephone: (home) (office) Dear Mr. Nicolaisen, My name is Harold Ethington, and I am the president of the Ethington Family Organization. For more than 60 years we, as a family, have been searching for our immigrant ancestor, who appears to have come from Scotland or England to Virginia in the 1600 s or early 1700 s. We have never made a connection to England or Scotland, but many of our family members have seen your work on early Scottish place names. Because of this, I have just completed a study of our family names and their appearance in early UK records. The results are quite interesting, and my purpose in writing to you now is to solicit your help in understanding just what we have found. I realize that you are not a genealogical researcher, but hope that your experience with early place names may give us some direction to go in finding our immigrant ancestor. The more we know about conditions during those early years, the better chance we have of making our connection to our place of origin. The results of our search are laid out in several reports that are each fully described in the following pages. There were almost 3,000 data points collected from parish baptisms, confirmations, marriages, and deaths for the years These events have all been made available by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints ( The Mormon Church ), as they have filmed and computerized the original records found in England and Scotland. I have used other computer techniques to sort, and analyze the data in several different ways. I realize that you are now working on another book, but hope that you can take a few moments to review these materials, and perhaps give us at least your impression of them, and where they might take us. Please feel free to keep all that I am sending, and use it in any way you may see fit. If you find that this type of analysis could be helpful to you in your other work, I would be most willing to do what I could for you, in exchange for your help with our family research. Your daughter Birgit was most helpful in our efforts to locate you. I found her name on the Internet, at the University of Binghamton in New York, and it was she who told my of your present address. Thank you for your years of thought and effort in helping people like us to understand the past of Scotland. As we look to that country, and find that it may be the place of our beginnings, your work becomes even more valuable. Hoping to hear from you soon, I am The Ethington Family Organization Page 101

102 Correspondence, Nicolaisen : H. Ethington Sincerely Yours, Harold D. Ethington Distribution: Birgit M. Nicolaisen Binghamton University PO Box 6000 Binghamton NY Kay Edrington PO Box 407 LaPoint UT Bob M. Ethington Sr. 624 Hampton Ridge Drive Akron OH Bill Cheatham 1619 Eton Way Crofton MD Pat Ethington Beadle 3070 Caminito Ave Yuba City CA Marilyn Ethington Woolley 155 E 300 North Farmington UT Martin Ethington 645 S 500 E Orem UT The Ethington Family Organization Page 102

103 Correspondence, Nicolaisen : H. Ethington University of Aberdeen Department of English King s College Aberdeen AB242UB Scotland Telephone fax Head of Department: Professor George Watson April 22, 1997 Dear Mr. Ethington, Thank you very much for your letter and the materials concerning your genealogical research. As you quite rightly say, I am not a genealogist, and my comments are therefore based largely on what I know about place names. As far as Scotland is concerned, the place names Edington and Edrington, although both occur in Berwickshire, are completely separate. The first [Edington] contains a personal name and the second [Edrington] a river name as its first element. Edington is in the parish of Chirnside, and Edrington is the parish of Mordington. I enclose photocopies of two pages from a PhD dissertation of 19xx in Edinbgh University by May G. Williamson on the Non-Celtic Place-names of the Border Counties. This is the best and most detailed study we have, and I used it extensively in my book. As you can see, Edington occurs as a personal name as early at 1182 (is a copy of 1436), in the Coldstream Chaulus. My hunch would be that, unless you have definite proof in your own family history of the forms Edington and Edrington alternating, that the two surnames are not related and should therefore be kept separate. On the other hand, you should, of course, take the English place names Edington into account. As you can see from the page from Eilnt Ekorall s Concise Oxford Dictionary of English Place Names (4 th edition) these occur in Northumberland, Somerset and Wiltshire. Whether your ultimate ancestor came from one of these places or from Berwickshire depends very much on any hints you may have in your own family tradition or records as to the genealogical origin of your family. The name itself will unfortunately not tell you this. This is just a quick and basic reply. Please do not hesitate to contact one again if you have any more specific queries. Naturally, it would be easier for me to help you if your family name turned out to be of Scottish derivation but we mustn t jump the gun. Good luck in your research! Yours Sincerely, (signed) The Ethington Family Organization Page 103

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105 Correspondence, Nicolaisen : H. Ethington Prof. W.F.H. Nicolaisen PS For the sake of argument, I have assumed that Ethington is a form of Edington. Does your family history bear that out, or do we have to consider two different names here too? Sunday, May 11, 1997 Mr. W.F.H. (Bill) Nicolaisen 75 Middleton Circle Bridge of Don Aberdeen, Scotland AB 228LF telephone: (home) (office) Dear Mr. Nicolaisen, I have received your letter dated April 22, 1997, and appreciate your comments and suggestions. I had not made the distinction between Edington, and Edrington in my reading, and now can see that one is clearly built on a personal name, while the other derives from the river Adder. You have asked questions about the alternate usages of the name here, inquiring if the Edr is interchanged with the Eding. I have made a brief study of early writings, and have found the following (individuals will be numbered for clarity): 1743 Virginia: William Earington-1 allowed for one days attendance 1747 Virginia: William Eatherton-1 is allowed for two days attendance 1755 Virginia: William Atherington-1 tithe on road crew 1769 Virginia: John Etherington-2 appointed overseer of the road 1769 Virginia: William Edinton-1 notices a dark gray horse taken up 1782 Virginia: William Etherton-1 on tax roll 1783 Virginia: John Edinton-2 on tax roll 1783 Virginia: Joseph Edinton-3 on tax roll 1784 Virginia: Joseph Etherton-3 on tax roll 1785 Virginia: Joseph Edrington-3 on tax roll 1786 Virginia: William Etherton Jr.-4 on tax roll 1787 Virginia: Joseph Etherton-3 on tax roll 1788 Virginia: Joseph Etherton-3 on tax roll etc. Eatherton etc. Eatherton Etherton Eatherton Eatherton Eatherton Atherton Atherton Eatherton In addition to the above references from the Virginia Tax rolls, I have the following documents: The Ethington Family Organization Page 105

106 Correspondence, Nicolaisen : H. Ethington 1. John Ethington Bible page, c shows Eatherton, Eatherton, Eatherton, Etherton, Edenton, and Etherington. All are in the same family. 2. Letter from Dept. of the Interior dated March 6, 1880 regarding the Ethington family bible. Susan or Sarah Etherington or Eatherton 3. Affidavit dated c. 1830: The separate answer of Susan Eatherton alias Edenton, widow of John Eatherton alias Edenton 4. Letter from Dept. of Interior dated April 20, 1881: About the year 1840, Susan Etherington or Eatherton or Edenton, widow of John Etherington, a soldier of the Revolutionary War It appears to me that by the early 1700 s, at least in this country, the distinction between Edrington, and Edington, had been lost. The name was spelled phonetically, and sometimes a th was sounded as a d. Sometimes a rolled d came out on paper as..dr. I don t see any pattern that could explain family origin by spelling of the last name. However, the Christopher Edrington family of early Virginia has maintained that spelling consistently through the years. Quite honestly, I have considered spelling to be the least important of the three most used identifiers in genealogy: (1) location, (2) time period, and (3) surrounding family given names. Up until about 1920, the spellings changed as often as did the clerk recording the events. My own dad, in the 1920 census is shown as Roy Etherington. Perhaps in Scotland the spellings were more reliable, and can be shown to have genealogical value. Here, it has been only an indicator of what could be. I don t want to burden you in any way, but if you see any hope of using American Spellings to lead us to Scottish places, your views would be appreciated. One more thing -- if you feel that the book I mailed to you has any value, would you be so kind as to you place it in an accessible location (library, institution, genealogical society) in your area where it may be used by others? Thanking you again for your time, I am Sincerely yours, Harold D. Ethington The Ethington Family Organization Page 106

107 Correspondence, Nicolaisen : H. Ethington May 26, 1997 Prof. W. Nicolaisen Dear Mr. Ethington, Thank you very much for your letter and enclosures. It certainly looks as if r-forms dr less interchange in the several spelling sequences you quote. Nevertheless, it may be useful to keep an eye on the earliest spelling of a name in genealogy. There might possibly be more convincing and persuasive than later variations. In general, you are, however, quite wise to pay more attention to other factors than spelling. It has occurred to me that you may find it helpful to contact the editor of the projected [sp?] Dictionary of American Surnames: Mr. Patrick Hanks, Oxford University Press, Wilfon St., Oxford OX2 GDP, England (Tel ; Fax: ). As you suggest, I will give the file you sent me to the local Genealogy Advice Bureau. With best regards, Yours Sincerely, W. Nicolaisen The Ethington Family Organization Page 107

108 Correspondence, Nicolaisen : H. Ethington Aberdeen & North East Scotland Family History Society Research Centre & Shop at 164 King Street Aberdeen AB24 5BD U.K. Tel: Fax: th June, 1997 Dr. W.F.H. Nicolaisen 75, Middleton Circle Bridge of Don, Aberdeen. AB22 8LF Dear Dr. Nicolaisen, Thank you very much for presenting the Ethington Family Records to our society. I will place them in our Families section of the library where we file all our individual family histories, many of which have been donated to us. If you are writing to Mr. Ethington, please assure him that you have found a good home for all his research and that it is very much appreciated. Yours Sincerely, (signed) Miss A. A. McKay Librarian The Ethington Family Organization Page 108

109 Correspondence, Nicolaisen : H. Ethington From: To: Date: Sunday January 11, 2004 Subject: Ethington family Border Names Professor Nicolaisen, You may not remember, but in 1997 we corresponded briefly about the Ethington surname as used in the border counties of England and Scotland. Your comments were most helpful, and I have used them many times in my research since. I have just returned from the UK, where I was able to obtain 13 DNA samples from Ethington/Hetherington/Edington etc. men for evaluation of relatedness. We find that a Hetherington from Carlisle is related to the early American Edrington family, and that an Edington from Scotland is related to an Etherington from York! We see that the name is truly a place name, and many unrelated individuals carry it. You were kind enough to enclose two pages from May G. Williamson's work "Non-Celtic Place Names of the Border Countries". There are many abbreviations contained therein, and I find that I need more of the pages to understand the abbreviations and other references. Would it be possible to obtain a a complete copy of May's work? Also, is she available at all? I would very much like to talk with her. While in the UK I thought about contacting you, but then realized that I needed all the time I could get to gather the DNA samples. Perhaps on the next trip we will be able to meet. Hoping you, or a librarian at the University, can help me with this request, I remain, Sincerely, Harold D. Ethington PS: You may view our DNA report at The Ethington Family Organization Page 109

110 Correspondence, Nicolaisen : H. Ethington From: To: Date: Monday, January 12, 2004 Subject: Ethington family Border Names Dear Mr. Ethington, Thank you very much for your , I am glad to hear of the progress you have made in your research. I don't think it would be possible to purchase Dr. Williamson's thesis but I would certainly be glad to help out with some of the abbreviations. On the other hand, it has occurred to me that you may like to get in touch with Dr. Williamson yourself in order to cut out the middleman. She is an elderly lady now but still very active and would, I am sure, be pleased to hear from somebody who has found her work useful. Her address is: Dr. May G.Williamson, 15 Falcon Road West Edinburgh.EH10 4AD It might also interest you that a student has recently completed a PhD thesis on "Germanic Place Names in Southern Scotland". Her final xamination has not yet taken place, and I cannot give you further details at this point, but will let you know when the process has been completed. With best wishes, Yours sincerely, Bill Nicolaisen. The Ethington Family Organization Page 110

111 Correspondence, Williamson : H. Ethington PhD Dissertation By May G. Williamson c. 1950? Page 7 III. OE ingtūn Names ending in ingtūn belong to a later period than those in ingas and ingahām [What are the years of the two periods mentioned?]. There is no trace, in the Scottish area, of a genitive plural ending between ing and tūn [Plural possessive? What do you mean with between?]. The base of most of these formations is an OE [Old English?] personal name. The sense of ing may be simply genitival or possessive. BWK. EDINGTON (Chrn): (75, 11 J): Hadynton, 1095 (15 th ) ESC; Hōēdentun, (15 th ) ib; Edingtonam (acc), 1095 (15 th ) ib; -ton, 1465 HMC (Var. Coll. v); Edintun (P), LSMM; Edynton (P), 1182 (1434) Cdstr, 1296 CDS. The first two spellings are dubious and may have been influenced by Haddington (E. Lth). A pers. n. [personal noun?] Ead(d)a might be the base of the forms in ing: cf. Addington Bk, (DEPN, 2) A~Nth.(PN Nth., 177). EDRINGTON (Mrd.): (75, 13 K): Hadryngton, 1095 (15 th ) ESC; Hōēdrington, (15 th ) ib; Edringtoun, 1309 RC; 1328 Rot. Scac; Ederington, 1330 Rot. Scac. The first two spellings are to be compared to the first two above [which two to which two?]. The vowels are similar. The first element of the compound is OE aēdre, the original name of the Whiteadder on which Edrington is situated. OE aēdringtūn is the farm of the settlers by the Adder or, the farm by the Adder. A similar example of a river-name with ingtūn is Sinnington (PNYNR., 76). (end of this dissertation section) The Ethington Family Organization Page 111

112 Correspondence, Williamson : H. Ethington Wednesday 14 Jan 2004 Dr. May G. Williamson 15 Falcon Road West Edinburgh.EH10 4AD UK Dear Dr. Williamson, In April of 1997 I wrote to Dr. William Nicolaisen of the University of Aberdeen asking for help in understanding the source and origin of our family surname, Ethington. Dr. Nicolaisen was kind enough to respond with a number of good suggestions and comments, among which was a reference to your PhD dissertation Non-Celtic Place-names of the Border Counties. He included two pages from your dissertation that delt directly with your work on OE ington (page 7, III. OE ingtun). I have read, and re-read many times what you have written about our family name, and appreciate so very much your diligence and hard work at uncovering the clues from the past. Last October, I, my sister Pat and her husband Doug Beadle were able to spend 2 weeks in England and Scotland. We were there with a specific purpose to find Ethington men, however they spelled the name, who would give us a DNA sample for testing of your theory that the name is connected with the farm of the settlers by the Adder. We drove first to the town of Carlisle on the western edge of the border, then worked our way east to Newcastle, Berwick (Edrington), then up to Edinbourgh, back down through Berwick (Edrington again), to York, and finally Surry. In all, 12 men gave us samples, and we have now processed them at the lab here in Salt Lake City Utah. We found a direct connection between one Donald Hetherington of Carlisle, and the early Virginia Edrington family. We also found that Harry Michael Etherington of York is closely related to John Edington of Dunbar Scotland. The other 9 men were totally unrelated, either to us or to each other. Clear evidence that the name is a location name, and that many unrelated persons took the name from the Adder river area where they lived. You were right. With this knowledge, we wish to understand more about the times and events that led to persons leaving Scotland and migrating to the US. I find that I am not familiar with many of the abbreviations used in your work, and ask your help in clarifying them. In addition, judging from the two pages I have, I would greatly like to have a copy of your complete work in order to put all things in context. Is there any way I could get a complete copy? Of course, I am willing to pay all costs. Also, we would greatly appreciate any comments or additional insights you may have gained in the past years about the Edrington area, and the further use of the name. We realize that we cannot limit our search to only the Adder river valley, but must consider all areas. We will continue to DNA test until we find a connection for our American family, then trace that person back to the 1700 s (our apparent arrival date in the US) to find a potential common ancestor. The Ethington Family Organization Page 112

113 Correspondence, Williamson : H. Ethington Please know that your work continues to live and inspire. I too write, and have learned that you seldom know who has read your work, and how they were affected. Here at least, is one response from a grateful student. I am including two documents for your library. The first is my report on the DNA tests, and the second is a paper written by Greg Lauder-Frost, an historian living within a mile of the Edrington fortified house on the Adder river, and close to the Edrington oat mill. Greg is an excellent scholar, and I think you will appreciate his work. I hope this finds you in good health and enjoying life. A google search (do you have ?) shows your professional activities over many years. I hope I can leave something similar as a legacy. Thank you for your help. This is my life s work (after making a living!), and both my sister and I have spent well over 40 years trying to understand our roots. Please know that we appreciate all you have done to help, even without knowing. Hope to hear from you soon. My address appears at the top, and either that or regular mail would be just fine. Also, I can see that it would be most interesting to talk with you, if you feel comfortable including you telephone number. Cc: Dr. Nicolaisen Sincerely, Harold D. Ethington President, The Ethington Family Organization The Ethington Family Organization Page 113

114 Correspondence, Williamson : H. Ethington Date: 23 Jan 2004 May G. Williamson 15 Falcon Road West Edinburgh Scotland EH10 4AD UK Harold D. Ethington Dear Mr. Ethington What a delightful surprise was the package from you this morning! Sorry that I have to reply in this old-fashioned way I gave my computer to a friend who will cope with it better than I. At 85 I am in poor health and certainly doing no more research! There are two copies of my thesis extant. The University Library has to have one and the other is in the School of Scottish Studies, 27 George Square EH 89LD but it was in the Department of Scottish Place Names and when the director, Ian Fraser, retired the department seemed to be abandoned. I was puzzled by the intrusive R in your name, or rather by the lack of it in the commonest forms, for of course it is a place name surname based on the River Adder (Whitadder, Blackadder). Did you discover there was a former University Principal called Hetherington? (Sir Hector , Glasgow). I am afraid I am not into family history except for oral tradition conveyed to me by my grandmother. Her mother had told her that her grandmother remembered as a child being sent out with gifts of food for the soldiers returning from Culloden [sp?] to avoid raids on henhouses etc. I do not know to what abbreviations you are referring unless those of the counties which existed at the time of compiling my thesis: Bwk (Berwickshire), Rxb (Roxburyshire, no longer a unit), SLK (Selkirkshire), and DMF (Dumfriesshire, now Dumfries and Galloway). Let me know if there are other unexplained forms. With all good wishes, May G. Williamson The Ethington Family Organization Page 114

115 Correspondence, Williamson : H. Ethington Sunday 8 Feb 2004 May G. Williamson 15 Falcon Road West Edinburgh EH10 4AD UK Dear Dr. Williamson, Thank you for your most welcome letter of January 23 rd. I am glad that you got the package, and found it (at least) somewhat interesting. I have transcribed your comments about the Ethington name into a document, and printed it off for you. I have also printed a second copy where I have highlighted the abbreviations (yellow) that I do not understand, and have added some questions regarding content (red). I hope this is not too much bother for you I understand that you have laid this to rest years and years ago but whatever help you could add to clarify these items would be much appreciated. Also, could you let me know the official title of your thesis? It would help me as I correspond with the various archives regarding it. Speaking of that, you mention that the university library has to have one [copy] but you didn t mention which university. Is it the University of Aberdeen, where Prof. Nicolaisen taught? If so, I have the address here. Eighty five! For some reason I thought that you were about my same age (59 now). You can see that I have estimated the date of your thesis at c Anywhere near correct? Looking forward to hearing from you again. Again, I hope this is not too much bother for you. Who else could ever tell us these things? Thank you so much. Sincerely, Harold D. Ethington The Ethington Family Organization Page 115

116 Correspondence, Williamson : H. Ethington Date: 18 th Feb 2004 May G. Williamson 15 Falcon Road West Edinburgh Scotland EH10 4AD UK Harold D. Ethington Dear Mr. Ethington, Please excuse the informality of the approach: Since I gave my lap-top computer to a friend I have become unwilling to write more than is strictly necessary. I am also far from well and everything is an effort. But I am delighted and flattered by your interest. Now, to your questions. My PhD Thesis The non-celtic Place-names of the Scottish Border Counties was submitted in 1942, and a copy, as legally required, deposited in the library of the University of Edinburgh. A second copy, which was mine to dispose of, I gave to the Deaprtment of Scottish Place-names in the School of Scottish Studies in 27 George Square. It was wartime in and so I was forced to work solely from mag s as any attempt to visit sites might have resulted in my being arrested as a suspected spy! I used the ordnance survey 1 to the mile (now long out of print), the number indicating the section or location of places is made by numbers along the top of each sheet and letters down the sides (the national grid was far in the future). The only model I had was the work of the English Place-name society s published volumes. They were based on parishes, a method I followed, but it is so long ago that the abbreviations very often no longer convey anything to me except a few such as Codstr (Coldstream) and Chrn (Chirnside). As to the sources of early spellings such as ROT. SCAC. I cannot for the life of me recall what they were, but I think most of the material came from charters and land grants to various abbeys. I rather think they are all detailed in the opening pages of my thesis. The abbreviation 15 th is of course 15 th century. Sorry to be so unhelpful. I am not able to go to George Square to consult the original as it is in a room upstairs. With all good wishes, Yours sincerely, May G. Williamson The Ethington Family Organization Page 116

117 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland Appendix A Report C Raw data sorted by (1) County, (2) Town, and (3) year. EDRINGTOUNE Johne M 17-Jun 1653 Scotland Aberdeen Aberdeen Saint Nicholas EDRINGTOUNE Johne 3348 M 17-Jun 1653 Scotland Aberdeen Aberdeen Saint Nicholas EDERENTOUN John 3327 M 19-Apr 1730 Scotland Angus Montrose ADDERTOUN Anna 1 F 24-Apr 1717 Scotland Ayr Ayr ADDERTOUN Richard 13 M 31-Dec 1719 Scotland Ayr Ayr ADDERTOUN Anna 3463 F 4-Oct 1736 Scotland Ayr Ayr ADDERTOUN Anna 4 F 4-Oct 1736 Scotland Ayr Ayr ADDERTOUN Thomasina 16 F 20-Feb 1740 Scotland Ayr Ayr ADDERTOUN Thomasina 3472 F 20-Feb 1740 Scotland Ayr Ayr ADDERTOUN Jeremiah 10 M 17-Jan 1745 Scotland Ayr Ayr ADDERTOUN Jeremiah 3469 M 17-Jan 1745 Scotland Ayr Ayr ADDERTOUN Elizabeth 3466 F 16-Jan 1747 Scotland Ayr Ayr ADDERTOUN Elizabeth 7 F 16-Jan 1747 Scotland Ayr Ayr ADINGTON Ann 3635 F 12-Jun 1658 England Bedford Ampthill ADINTON Ann 3637 F 25-Apr 1660 England Bedford Ampthill ADINTON Edmd M 13-Jul 1662 England Bedford Ampthill ADINTON Eliz F 18-Sep 1667 England Bedford Ampthill HARRINGTON Ann F 16-Nov 1641 England Bedford Bedford Saint Paul EDDINTON William 9504 M 19-Mar 1610 England Bedford Biddenham ADDINGTON Hannah 3702 F 23-May 1779 England Bedford Biddenham ADDINGTON John 4460 M 25-Dec 1680 England Bedford Bletsoe ERRINGTON Hannah F 1-Mar 1733 England Bedford Carlton ERRINGTON Anne F 22-Feb 1735 England Bedford Chellington ADDINGTON Ann 3685 F Aug 1758 England Bedford Eaton Socon ADDINGTON Elizabeth 4036 F 5-Apr 1761 England Bedford Eaton Socon ADDINGTON Alice 3580 F 16-Jun 1765 England Bedford Eaton Socon ADDINGTON Hannah 3699 F 18-Oct 1767 England Bedford Eaton Socon ADDINGTON Luke 4709 M 6-Jan 1786 England Bedford Eaton Socon ADDINGTON Joseph 4597 M 11-Aug 1793 England Bedford Eaton Socon ADDINGTON Eeles 3562 F 12-Feb 1606 England Bedford Elstow ADDINGTON Benjamin 3797 M 15-Jan 1609 England Bedford Elstow ADDINGTON Mary 4923 F 2-Nov 1783 England Bedford Goldington ADDINGTON Hannah 3711 F 18-Jun 1786 England Bedford Goldington ADDINGTON Anne 3717 F 16-Nov 1788 England Bedford Goldington ADDINGTON Joseph 4594 M 27-Jun 1790 England Bedford Goldington ADDINGTON Eliza 4066 F 30-Nov 1794 England Bedford Goldington ADDINGTON Frances 4158 F 17-Jan 1796 England Bedford Goldington ADDINGTON Luke 4699 M 30-Jul 1674 England Bedford Knotting ADDINGTON Mary 4832 F 5-Dec 1675 England Bedford Knotting ADDINGTON Luke 4702 M 7-Nov 1676 England Bedford Knotting ADDINGTON Mary 4837 F 23-Dec 1678 England Bedford Knotting ADDINGTON Elizabeth 4051 F 28-Aug 1786 England Bedford Maulden ADDINGTON Luke 4696 M 13-Jan 1611 England Bedford Melchbourne ADDINGTON Margaret 4730 F 21-Dec 1612 England Bedford Melchbourne ADDINGTON Mary 4796 F 27-Nov 1614 England Bedford Melchbourne ADDINGTON Alice 3566 F 27-Aug 1620 England Bedford Melchbourne ADDINGTON Mary 4810 F 18-Dec 1645 England Bedford Melchbourne ADDINGTON Grace 4219 F 4-Feb 1648 England Bedford Melchbourne ADDINGTON Edward 3902 M 3-Sep 1682 England Bedford Melchbourne ADINGTON Grace 4222 F 15-Sep 1683 England Bedford Melchbourne ADDINGTON Judith 4650 F 11-Jul 1686 England Bedford Melchbourne ADINGTUN Mary 4830 F 13-Apr 1675 England Bedford Milton Ernest ADINGTON Elizabeth 3983 F 16-Sep 1677 England Bedford Milton Ernest ADINGTUN John 4462 M 16-Jun 1682 England Bedford Milton Ernest ADDINGTON Frances 4145 F 6-Nov 1711 England Bedford Milton Ernest ADDINGTON Mary 4840 F 28-Sep 1684 England Bedford Riseley ADDINGTON Elizabeth 3990 F 15-Aug 1686 England Bedford Riseley ADINGTON James 4300 M 28-Mar 1688 England Bedford Riseley ADDINGTON Mary 4845 F 19-Jan 1691 England Bedford Riseley ADDINGTON James 4312 M 12-Jul 1730 England Bedford Riseley ADDINGTON James 4315 M 6-Jan 1734 England Bedford Riseley ADDINGTON John 4495 M 2-Nov 1736 England Bedford Riseley The Ethington Family Organization Page 117

118 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland ADDINGTON Joseph 4588 M 6-Aug 1745 England Bedford Riseley ADDINGTON Mary 4882 F 6-Aug 1745 England Bedford Riseley ADDINGTON Ann 3679 F 25-Nov 1753 England Bedford Roxton ADDINGTON Jos M 23-Nov 1760 England Bedford Roxton ADDINGTON Eliz F 29-May 1763 England Bedford Roxton ADDINGTON Hannah 3696 F 9-Jun 1765 England Bedford Roxton ADDINGTON Eliz F 5-May 1793 England Bedford Roxton ADDINGTON Hannah 3721 F 20-Mar 1795 England Bedford Roxton ADDINGTON Leonard 4675 M 9-Jun 1797 England Bedford Roxton ADDINGTON Daniel 3877 M 17-Nov 1689 England Bedford Shillington ADDINGTON Elizabeth 3996 F 20-May 1694 England Bedford Shillington ADDINGTON John 4482 M 29-Dec 1700 England Bedford Shillington ADDINGTON Edward 3904 M 2-Nov 1729 England Bedford Shillington ADDINGTON Elizabeth 4024 F 5-Oct 1740 England Bedford Shillington ADDINGTON Alexander 3555 M 29-Jan 1756 England Bedford Shillington ADDINGTON Edward 3913 M 7-Aug 1757 England Bedford Shillington ADDINGTON John 4517 M 8-Apr 1764 England Bedford Shillington ADDINGTON Edward 3916 M 5-Apr 1772 England Bedford Shillington ADDINGTON John 4535 M 10-May 1789 England Bedford Shillington ADDINGTON Mary 4930 F 18-Aug 1793 England Bedford Shillington ADINGTON Joseph 4585 M 2-Feb 1720 England Bedford Tempsford ADINGTON Ann 3662 F 19-Apr 1722 England Bedford Tempsford ADINGTON Luke 4705 M 4-Dec 1724 England Bedford Tempsford ADDINGTON Ann 3708 F 30-Nov 1781 England Bedford Tempsford ADDINGTON Gilbert 4218 M 16-Feb 1594 England Bedford Wootton By Bedfo ADDINGTON Elizabeth 4003 F 6-Oct 1707 England Bedford Yelden ADDINGTON Mary 4859 F 8-Oct 1710 England Bedford Yelden ADDINGTON Margaret 4749 F 14-Apr 1713 England Bedford Yelden EDIGTONNE Thomas 9395 M 1-Aug 1549 England Berkshire Cholsey ADINGTON Lawrence 4667 M 2-Jun 1723 England Berkshire Faringdon ADDINGTON Edwd M 12-Apr 1730 England Berkshire Faringdon ADDINGTON Hannah 3673 F 10-Dec 1752 England Berkshire Faringdon ADDINGTON Hannah 3682 F 16-Jun 1754 England Berkshire Faringdon ADDINGTON Elizabeth 4033 F 21-Nov 1756 England Berkshire Faringdon ADDINGTON Mary 4898 F 9-Sep 1759 England Berkshire Faringdon ADDINGTON Ann 3688 F 22-Feb 1761 England Berkshire Faringdon ADINGTON John 4485 M 13-Sep 1714 England Berkshire Hagbourne HARRINGTON Ann F 3-Dec 1786 England Berkshire Hurst HARRINGTON Anne F 2-Feb 1626 England Berkshire New Windsor Saint Georges Ch ADDINTONE John 4391 M 18-Oct 1546 England Berkshire Reading Saint Mary ADDINGTONE Frauncis 4179 M 24-Dec 1549 England Berkshire Reading Saint Mary ADDINGTONE Alice 3558 F 28-Jun 1553 England Berkshire Reading Saint Mary ADDINGTONE Humfry 4280 M 25-Aug 1560 England Berkshire Reading Saint Mary ADDINGTON Mary 4885 F 24-Jun 1746 England Berkshire Reading Saint Mary ADDINGTON Ann 3670 F 6-Nov 1747 England Berkshire Reading Saint Mary ADDINGTON Eleaner 3940 F 1-Jul 1749 England Berkshire Reading Saint Mary ADDINGTON John 4504 M 12-Jul 1751 England Berkshire Reading Saint Giles ADDINGTON Elizabeth 4027 F 30-May 1753 England Berkshire Reading Saint Giles ADDINGTON Hamland John 4227 M 20-Jan 1788 England Berkshire Reading Saint Giles HETHERINGTON Hannah 6567 F 26-Feb 1800 England Berkshire Reading Saint Giles ADDINGTON Frances 4150 F 9-Oct 1751 England Berkshire Sparsholt HETHERINGTON Anna 5310 F 10-May 1601 England Berkshire Sunninghill EDINGTON Jane 1778 F 26-Aug 1792 Scotland Berwick Ayton EDINGTON John 2028 M 26-Aug 1792 Scotland Berwick Ayton IDINGTOUN Isobel 3195 F 16-May 1770 Scotland Berwick Channelkirk IDINGTONE John 1945 M 1-Apr 1705 Scotland Berwick Chirnside IDINGTON 628 F 1735 Scotland Berwick Chirnside IDINGTON William 2730 M 15-Oct 1643 Scotland Berwick Cockburnspath EDINGTON Barbara 7570 F 6-Dec 1651 Scotland Berwick Cockburnspath IDINGTON Barbara 1007 F 9-Dec 1651 Scotland Berwick Cockburnspath EDINGTON Jean 8431 F 8-Nov 1653 Scotland Berwick Cockburnspath IDINGTON Jean 1748 F 8-Nov 1653 Scotland Berwick Cockburnspath IDINGTOUNE Bessie 3289 F 20-Feb 1659 Scotland Berwick Cockburnspath EIDINGTON Isobell 1488 F 5-Feb 1660 Scotland Berwick Cockburnspath EDINTOUNE Margaret 3040 F 15-Mar 1663 Scotland Berwick Cockburnspath EIDINGTON Archbald 977 M 3-Dec 1663 Scotland Berwick Cockburnspath IDENTOUN Isobell 3143 F 21-Feb 1668 Scotland Berwick Cockburnspath The Ethington Family Organization Page 118

119 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland EDINGTON John 8632 M 9-Aug 1668 Scotland Berwick Cockburnspath EDINGTOUNE John 3012 M 9-Aug 1668 Scotland Berwick Cockburnspath EDINGTOUN Archibald 2868 M 31-Mar 1670 Scotland Berwick Cockburnspath EDINGTOUN John 2936 M 15-May 1670 Scotland Berwick Cockburnspath EDINGTOUN Jeane 2918 F 28-Jul 1672 Scotland Berwick Cockburnspath IDINGTON Grizel 1461 F 27-Sep 1713 Scotland Berwick Cockburnspath IDINGTON Alison 873 F 11-Sep 1715 Scotland Berwick Cockburnspath EDINTON James 1604 M 16-Jun 1717 Scotland Berwick Cockburnspath IDENTON Girzel 3088 F 29-May 1720 Scotland Berwick Cockburnspath EDINGTON Katharin 1019 F 7-Mar 1725 Scotland Berwick Cockburnspath EDINGTON John 2025 M 30-May 1790 Scotland Berwick Cockburnspath EDINGTON Christian 1086 F 23-Sep 1792 Scotland Berwick Cockburnspath EDINTON Margaret 2170 F 30-Apr 1699 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINTON James 1586 M 10-Sep 1699 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINTON Patrick 2494 M 24-Sep 1699 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINTON John 1942 M 17-Aug 1701 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINTON David 1116 M 28-Dec 1701 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINTON Mary 2377 F 29-Aug 1703 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Margaret 2173 F 26-Aug 1705 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Eupham 1275 F 11-Nov 1705 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Mary 2380 F 4-Jul 1708 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON John 1947 M 29 Feb 1708 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Katharen 1016 F 21-Aug 1709 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Patrick 2497 M 9-Apr 1710 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON George 1336 M 26-Nov 1710 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON John 1953 M 5-Aug 1711 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Alexander 775 M 6-Jan 1712 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON John 1956 M 17-Feb 1712 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Alexander 778 M 22-Mar 1713 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON James 1598 M 5-Jul 1713 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Alison 870 F 10-Jul 1715 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Margaret 2179 F 11-Mar 1716 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON James 1601 M 27-May 1716 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Agnes 691 F 11-May 1718 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Cicil 1062 F 14-Jul 1718 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Susanna 2655 F 30-Jul 1718 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Isabel 1500 F 19-Mar 1721 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON John 1965 M 28-May 1721 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON John 1962 M 25-Jun 1721 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Janet 1830 F 22-Oct 1721 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON John 1968 M 8-Sep 1723 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Isabel 1503 F 20-Oct 1723 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON William 2738 M 8-Mar 1724 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Jane 1753 F 20-Jan 1727 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Alexander 784 M 3-Nov 1728 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Alexander 786 M 8-Jun 1729 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON George 1344 M 25-Jun 1730 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON John 1977 M 27-Sep 1730 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Elisabeth 1207 F 10-Jan 1731 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Isobel 1506 F 6-Jun 1731 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON William 2744 M 6-Aug 1732 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Susanna 2658 F Dec 1734 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTONE James 1612 M 27-Jun 1737 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTONE Ann 940 F 28-Mar 1749 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTONE Archibald 985 M 25-Dec 1751 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTONE Katharin 1024 F 1-Aug 1754 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTONE Archibald 987 M 23-May 1756 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTONE Rachel 2546 F 27-Aug 1758 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Margaret 2214 F 14-May 1761 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Jean 1765 F 16-Dec 1761 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Isobell 1511 F 1-Aug 1762 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON James 1629 M 9-Aug 1762 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON John 1992 M 9-Aug 1762 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON James 1631 M 7-Jan 1764 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON James 1633 M 7-Jan 1764 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON James 1635 M 7-Jan 1764 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Euphance 1283 F 21-Feb 1764 Scotland Berwick Coldingham The Ethington Family Organization Page 119

120 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland EDINGTON Euphance 1285 F 21-Feb 1764 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON James 1637 M 18-Oct 1765 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Margaret 2219 F 23-Nov 1765 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Isobel 1513 F 10-Jun 1766 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON James 1640 M 9-Nov 1766 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Alexander 801 M 13-Sep 1767 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON David 1135 M 7-May 1769 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON John 2001 M 15-Apr 1770 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Euphams 1287 F 3-Mar 1771 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Jean 1772 F 18-May 1777 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Maine 2163 F 21-Mar 1779 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Alexander 804 M 3-Oct 1779 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Helen 1162 F 16-Apr 1781 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Margaret 2231 F 18-Apr 1782 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Alexander 813 M 18-Feb 1792 Scotland Berwick Coldingham EDINGTON Robert 2580 M 29-Dec 1795 Scotland Berwick Coldingham IDINGTOUN Margaret 3255 F 2-Dec 1713 Scotland Berwick Coldstream IDINTON William 3315 M 14-Mar 1714 Scotland Berwick Coldstream IDINGTON Janet 1825 F 17-Feb 1717 Scotland Berwick Coldstream IDINTON Janet 3309 F 21-Dec 1718 Scotland Berwick Coldstream EDINGTONE Thomas 2667 M 17-Oct 1617 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTOUN Jennet 2921 F 29-Apr 1645 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTONE Johne 1929 M 29-Jan 1646 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTONE Nansie 931 F 13-Sep 1646 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTONE Nansie 934 F 2-Jul 1648 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTONE Robert 2554 M 7-Aug 1648 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTONE Alexander 766 M 13-Jul 1671 Scotland Berwick Duns IDINGTON Allexander 772 M 23-Aug 1682 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTOUNE James 3009 M 3-May 1684 Scotland Berwick Duns IDINGTONE William 2735 M 4-Jun 1686 Scotland Berwick Duns IDINGTON James 1581 M 18-Oct 1691 Scotland Berwick Duns IDINGTONE Alison 867 F 30-Apr 1699 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTOUN Janet 2924 F 2-Dec 1703 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTOUN Helen 2883 F 21-Apr 1706 Scotland Berwick Duns IDINGTON David 1121 M 10-Mar 1709 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTON James 1589 M 13-May 1711 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTONE James 1595 M 21-Dec 1712 Scotland Berwick Duns IDINGTONE Isobel 1494 F 18-Jan 1713 Scotland Berwick Duns IDINGTONE David 1124 M 16-Jan 1715 Scotland Berwick Duns IDINGTOUN Margaret 3257 F 10-Feb 1717 Scotland Berwick Duns EDRINGTOUN Isabel 3345 F 27-Apr 1718 Scotland Berwick Duns IDINTOUN Marie 3324 F 30-Aug 1719 Scotland Berwick Duns IDINGTOUN Agnes 3148 F 22-Apr 1722 Scotland Berwick Duns IDINGTOUN Jenet 3227 F 16-Aug 1724 Scotland Berwick Duns IDINGTOUN James 3215 M 18-Oct 1730 Scotland Berwick Duns IDINGTOUN Agnes 3151 F 19-Mar 1732 Scotland Berwick Duns IDDINGTON Thomas 2675 M 3-Dec 1733 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTON John 2007 M 24-May 1773 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTON Marget 2222 F 16-Mar 1775 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTON Mary 2411 F 17-Mar 1777 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTON Christoph 1110 M 25-Dec 1779 Scotland Berwick Duns EDINGTON Christian 1080 F 17-Jan 1781 Scotland Berwick Duns IDINGTON Andrew 891 M 2-Jul 1736 Scotland Berwick Earlston EDINGTON David 1127 M 10-Nov 1738 Scotland Berwick Earlston IDINGTON Jean 1762 F 13-Feb 1746 Scotland Berwick Eccles IDINGTON George 1347 M 11-Nov 1747 Scotland Berwick Eccles IDINGTON Thomas 2678 M 19-Sep 1749 Scotland Berwick Eccles IDINGTON Walter 2723 M 1-Sep 1772 Scotland Berwick Eccles IDINGTON Margaret 2228 F 6-Jul 1778 Scotland Berwick Eccles IDINGTON Janet 1861 F 2-Jun 1785 Scotland Berwick Eccles EDINGTON Janet 1836 F 9-Mar 1738 Scotland Berwick Edrom IDINGTON Rachel 2544 F 30-Mar 1745 Scotland Berwick Edrom EDINGTON Margaret 2195 F 26-Nov 1745 Scotland Berwick Edrom IDINGTON Margaret 2197 F 19-Apr 1748 Scotland Berwick Edrom The Ethington Family Organization Page 120

121 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland IDINGTONE Alexander 7269 M 7-Apr 1766 Scotland Berwick Edrom IDINGTONE Alexander 799 M 7-Apr 1766 Scotland Berwick Edrom EDINGTON Mary 2426 F 17-Jan 1792 Scotland Berwick Edrom EDINGTON Ann 957 F 29-Aug 1793 Scotland Berwick Edrom EDINGTONE Janet 1840 F 2-Oct 1743 Scotland Berwick Eyemouth EDINGTONE John 1987 M 18-Feb 1745 Scotland Berwick Eyemouth EDINGTON Mary 2400 F 12-Jan 1757 Scotland Berwick Eyemouth IDINGTON Georg 1326 M 1-May 1681 Scotland Berwick Fogo IDENTON Alison 3057 F 14-Jan 1697 Scotland Berwick Fogo EDINGTOUN John 2942 M 23-Mar 1712 Scotland Berwick Fogo EDINGTOUN Martha 2962 F 13-Feb 1715 Scotland Berwick Fogo EDINGTOUN William 2997 M 2-Dec 1716 Scotland Berwick Fogo EDINGTOUN Isobel 2904 F 3-May 1719 Scotland Berwick Fogo EDINGTOUN Agnes 2857 F 2-Apr 1721 Scotland Berwick Fogo IDINTON George 3304 M 19-Jul 1751 Scotland Berwick Fogo IDENTON Agnes 3049 F 3-Feb 1758 Scotland Berwick Fogo IDINTON Elizabeth 3302 F 23-Mar 1760 Scotland Berwick Fogo IDINTON John 3311 M 7-Mar 1762 Scotland Berwick Fogo EDINGTON William 2756 M 4-Apr 1764 Scotland Berwick Fogo EDINGTON William 9593 M 4-Apr 1764 Scotland Berwick Fogo EDINGTON Isabella 1516 F 4-Jul 1766 Scotland Berwick Fogo EDINGTON Isabella 8255 F 4-Jul 1766 Scotland Berwick Fogo EDINGTOUN Patrick 2970 M 6-Apr 1740 Scotland Berwick Foulden EDINGTON Alison 876 F 18-May 1742 Scotland Berwick Foulden EDINGTON Jenot 1817 F 29-Oct 1676 Scotland Berwick Gordon IDINGTOUN John 3233 M 15-Mar 1685 Scotland Berwick Gordon IDINGTOUN James 3201 M 8-Apr 1688 Scotland Berwick Gordon IDINGTONE Jannet 1821 F 2-Aug 1691 Scotland Berwick Gordon IDINGTONE James 1584 M 6-Jul 1696 Scotland Berwick Gordon EIDINGTON Janet 1823 F 20-Oct 1706 Scotland Berwick Gordon IDINGTONE James 1607 M 1-Dec 1720 Scotland Berwick Gordon IDENTOUN Peter 3146 M 20-Jun 1725 Scotland Berwick Gordon IDINTON Betty 3300 F 9-Jun 1728 Scotland Berwick Gordon IDINTON William 3317 M 10-Jun 1739 Scotland Berwick Gordon IDINTOUN Andrew 3322 M 6-Aug 1741 Scotland Berwick Gordon IDINTON Margaret 3313 F 19-Jun 1743 Scotland Berwick Gordon IDINGTON Jean 1767 F 22-Jun 1770 Scotland Berwick Gordon IDINGTON Andrew 902 M 31-Aug 1788 Scotland Berwick Gordon IDINGTONE Margaret 2184 F 24-Nov 1723 Scotland Berwick Greenlaw IDINGTONE Robert 2559 M 1-May 1726 Scotland Berwick Greenlaw EDINGTON James 1617 M 23-Aug 1754 Scotland Berwick Greenlaw IDINGTON Janet 1847 F 25-Aug 1775 Scotland Berwick Greenlaw IDINGTON William 2768 M 2-Feb 1780 Scotland Berwick Greenlaw IDINGTON John 2010 M 29-Sep 1780 Scotland Berwick Greenlaw IDINGTON Andrew 907 M 30-May 1793 Scotland Berwick Greenlaw IDINGTON Robert 9285 M 29-Jan 1727 Scotland Berwick Hutton IDINGTON Walter 9484 M 9-Feb 1729 Scotland Berwick Hutton IDINGTON Katharine 7615 F 9-Jul 1732 Scotland Berwick Hutton IDINGTON John 8693 M 10-Mar 1734 Scotland Berwick Hutton IDINGTON Alexander 7262 M 19-Sep 1736 Scotland Berwick Hutton IDINGTON Janet 8515 F 8-Jul 1739 Scotland Berwick Hutton EDINGTON Elizabeth 1222 F 25-Jun 1774 Scotland Berwick Hutton EDINGTON Patrick 2500 M 11-Jul 1776 Scotland Berwick Hutton EDINGTON George 1334 M 18-Dec 1698 Scotland Berwick Ladykirk EDINGTON Jean 1751 F 3-Mar 1700 Scotland Berwick Ladykirk EDINGTON David 1119 M 22-Jan 1703 Scotland Berwick Ladykirk IDENTON Alisone 3059 F 29-Sep 1710 Scotland Berwick Ladykirk IDDINGTOUN Alison 3135 F 15-Dec 1712 Scotland Berwick Ladykirk EDINGTON Margaret 8870 F 25-Jun 1739 Scotland Berwick Langton EDINGTOUN Margaret 2956 F 25-Jun 1739 Scotland Berwick Langton EDINGTON Alexander 7264 M 7-Oct 1741 Scotland Berwick Langton EDINGTOUN Alexander 2859 M 7-Oct 1741 Scotland Berwick Langton EDINGTON Thomas 9434 M 18-Oct 1743 Scotland Berwick Langton EDINGTOUN Thomas 2982 M 18-Oct 1743 Scotland Berwick Langton EDINGTON Stewart 9367 M 9-Mar 1746 Scotland Berwick Langton EDINGTOUN Steuart 2973 M 9-Mar 1746 Scotland Berwick Langton EDINGTOUN James 2909 M 4-May 1748 Scotland Berwick Langton EDINGTON James 8352 M 8-May 1748 Scotland Berwick Langton IDINGTON Thomas 2670 M 8-Mar 1663 Scotland Berwick Longformacus The Ethington Family Organization Page 121

122 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland IDINGTON James 1575 M 28-Oct 1677 Scotland Berwick Longformacus EDINGTON Janes 8338 F 9-Mar 1738 Scotland Berwick Mordington IDINGTON Rachel 9142 F 30-Mar 1745 Scotland Berwick Mordington EDINGTON Margaret 8873 F 26-Nov 1745 Scotland Berwick Mordington IDINGTON Margaret 8875 F 19-Apr 1748 Scotland Berwick Mordington EDINGTON Betty 1215 F 30-Oct 1758 Scotland Berwick Nenthorn IDINGTON Alison 863 F 19-Nov 1657 Scotland Berwick Polwarth EDINGTOWN Robert 3030 M 2-Mar 1673 Scotland Berwick Polwarth EDINGTON Robert 9261 M 20-Mar 1673 Scotland Berwick Polwarth EDINGTON John 1940 M 12-Feb 1682 Scotland Berwick Polwarth EDINGTON Alison 865 F 7-Sep 1684 Scotland Berwick Polwarth IDINGTON Margaret 2216 F 4-Dec 1763 Scotland Berwick Swinton and Simp EDINGTON Elisabeth 1230 F 18-Jun 1800 Scotland Berwick Swinton and Simp EDINGTON Mary 2431 F 1-Aug 1800 Scotland Berwick Swinton and Simp IDINGTON Robert 2557 M 20-Mar 1715 Scotland Berwick Westruther IDINGTON Eupham 1278 F 12-May 1717 Scotland Berwick Westruther IDINGTONE Margaret 2182 F 20-Jun 1719 Scotland Berwick Westruther IDINGTON Robert 2561 M 29-Jan 1727 Scotland Berwick Westruther IDINGTOUN Walter 3277 M 9-Feb 1729 Scotland Berwick Westruther IDINGTONE Katharine 1022 F 9-Jul 1731 Scotland Berwick Westruther IDINGTONE John 1979 M 10-Mar 1734 Scotland Berwick Westruther IDINGTON Alexander 788 M 19-Sep 1736 Scotland Berwick Westruther IDINGTON Janet 1838 F 8-Jul 1739 Scotland Berwick Westruther IDINGTON Elizabeth 1220 F 5-May 1763 Scotland Berwick Westruther IDINGTON John 1997 M 22-Jul 1767 Scotland Berwick Westruther IDINGTON John 1999 M 29-May 1768 Scotland Berwick Westruther IDINGTON Janet 1859 F 7-Sep 1783 Scotland Berwick Westruther IDINGTON George 1342 M 9-Aug 1726 Scotland Berwick Whitsome and Hil IDINGTON Robert 2563 M 22-Dec 1728 Scotland Berwick Whitsome and Hil IDINGTON Mary 2398 F 25-Apr 1751 Scotland Berwick Whitsome and Hil (See also England Northumberland, Berwick Upon Tweed) ADDINGTON Laurence 4659 M 29-Mar 1613 England Buckingham Chetwode ADDINGTON Anne 3605 F Jan 1615 England Buckingham Chetwode ADDINGTON Anne 3613 F 14-Sep 1637 England Buckingham Chetwode ADDINGTON Mary 4799 F 14-Sep 1637 England Buckingham Chetwode ADDINGTON Laurence 4660 M 24-Apr 1648 England Buckingham Chetwode HETHERINgton 5038 F 15-Sep 1776 England Buckingham Colnbrook EDENTON John 8732 M 13-Jul 1772 England Buckingham Eton HERRINGTON Ann F 27-Oct 1776 England Buckingham Iver ADDINGTON Martha 4773 F 22-Nov 1719 England Buckingham Lathbury ADDINGTON Anne 3601 F 18-Feb 1590 England Buckingham Leckhampstead ADDINGTON Elizabeth 3988 F 12-Nov 1682 England Buckingham Newport Pagnell ADDINTON Jane 4361 F 25-Nov 1689 England Buckingham Newport Pagnell ADDINTON Mary 4851 F 17-Jan 1692 England Buckingham Newport Pagnell ERRINGTON Ann F 10-Jul 1763 England Buckingham Newport Pagnell ADDINGTON Eliz F 22-Jan 1600 England Buckingham Newton Longville IRONTON Ann F 1640 England Buckingham North Marston ADDINGTON 3500 M 24-Jan 1629 England Buckingham Waddesdon ADDINGTON John 4434 M 3-Feb 1632 England Buckingham Waddesdon ADDINGTON Joyce 4644 F 5-May 1639 England Buckingham Waddesdon ADDINTON Joan 4388 F 7-May 1643 England Buckingham Waddesdon EDINGTON James 1643 M 23-Feb 1773 Scotland Bute Kingarth EDINGTON Robert 2574 M 23-Feb 1774 Scotland Bute Kingarth EDINGTON Jean 1769 F 17-Jul 1775 Scotland Bute Kingarth EDINGTON Janet 1850 F 27-Sep 1777 Scotland Bute Kingarth EDERINGTON Damers 9764 F 9-Nov 1696 England Cambridge Bourn ADDINGTON Elizth F 8-Apr 1781 England Cambridge Croxton ADDINGTON Joseph 4600 M 21-Sep 1799 England Cambridge Croxton HARRINGTON Ann F 15-Feb 1666 England Cambridge Ickleton EDDINGTON William 9630 M 3-Jul 1796 England Cheshire Alsager Christchurch ETHERTON F 10-Dec 1632 England Cheshire Macclesfield St. Michael HARINGTON Abigael F 12-Apr 1646 England Cheshire Macclesfield St. Michael HARRINGTON Ann F 2-Nov 1788 England Cheshire Northenden EDERINGTON John M 20-Jun 1643 England Cheshire Wilmslow HETHERINGTON Thomas 507 M 4-Aug 1782 Scotland Clackmannan Alloa HETHERINGTON James 235 M 23-May 1784 Scotland Clackmannan Alloa HETHERINGTONE Elizabeth 156 F 23-Apr 1786 Scotland Clackmannan Alloa HETHERINGTON Peter 460 M 21-Dec 1789 Scotland Clackmannan Alloa HETHERINGTON Ann 5775 F 11-Apr 1748 England Cornwall Padstow The Ethington Family Organization Page 122

123 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland HETHERINGTON Ann 5781 F 11-Apr 1749 England Cornwall Padstow HETHERINGTON Anne 5798 F 19-Apr 1751 England Cumberland Ainstable HETHERINGTON Andrew 5291 M 5-Oct 1777 England Cumberland Ainstable HETHERINGTON Hannah 5517 F 18-Feb 1705 England Cumberland Alston HETHERRINGTON Hannah 5519 F 18-Feb 1705 England Cumberland Alston HEATHERINGTON C 6775 F 23-Aug 1706 England Cumberland Alston HETHERINGTON Catherine 6777 F 23-Aug 1706 England Cumberland Alston HETHERRINGTON Hannah 5558 F 20-Jul 1712 England Cumberland Alston HETHERINGTON Mr M 28-Dec 1715 England Cumberland Alston HETHERINGTON 5021 M 28-Dec 1715 England Cumberland Alston ERRINGTON Anna F 9-Dec 1722 England Cumberland Alston ERRINGTON Ann F 14-Nov 1725 England Cumberland Alston HETHERINGTON Ann 5627 F 29-Aug 1726 England Cumberland Alston ERRINGTON Hannah F 7-Jul 1729 England Cumberland Alston HETHERINGTON Ann 5698 F 23-Apr 1734 England Cumberland Alston HETHERINGTON Hannah 5800 F 14-Apr 1751 England Cumberland Alston HEATHERINGTON Nancy 6067 F 28-Dec 1771 England Cumberland Alston HEATHERINGTON Nancy 6118 F 14-Jan 1775 England Cumberland Alston ERRINGTON Ann F 7-May 1775 England Cumberland Alston HEATHERINGTON Nancy 6181 F 21-Oct 1778 England Cumberland Alston HEATHERINGTON Nancy 6195 F 16-Jan 1779 England Cumberland Alston HEATHERINGTON Ann 6281 F 3-Feb 1785 England Cumberland Alston Redwing Congrega HEATHERINGTON Hannah 6273 F 26-May 1785 England Cumberland Alston ERRINGTON Hannah F 9-Jul 1786 England Cumberland Alston HETHERINGTON Nancy 6422 F 1-Sep 1793 England Cumberland Alston HETHERINGTON Catherine 6843 F 22-Feb 1795 England Cumberland Alston HETHERINGTON Hannah 6463 F 22-Sep 1795 England Cumberland Alston HEATHERINGTON Nanny 6475 F 1-Oct 1796 England Cumberland Alston Redwing Congrega ERRINGTON Ann F 18-Jun 1693 England Cumberland Arthuret HEDRINGTON Agnetta 5109 F 9-May 1675 England Cumberland Aspatria HETHERINGTON Anne 5991 F 15-May 1766 England Cumberland Aspatria HETHERINGTON Hannah 6095 F 1-Feb 1773 England Cumberland Aspatria ETHERINGTON Anne 6357 F 1-Aug 1790 England Cumberland Aspatria HETHERINGTON Anne 6543 F 25-Dec 1799 England Cumberland Aspatria HETHERINGTON Ann 5631 F 14-Jun 1727 England Cumberland Bankshead HETHERINGTON Ann 6166 F 20-Jul 1777 England Cumberland Bassenthwaite HETHERINGTON Agnus 5119 F 18-Mar 1702 England Cumberland Bewcastle HETHERINGTON Bridget 6720 F 1-Feb 1703 England Cumberland Bewcastle HARRINGTON Ann F 17-Jan 1775 England Cumberland Bootle HARRINGTON Hannah F 10-Aug 1782 England Cumberland Bootle HARRINGTON Andrew M 3-Dec 1796 England Cumberland Bootle HETHERINGTON C 6982 M 2-Nov 1664 England Cumberland Brampton HETHERINTON C 6988 M 23-Oct 1667 England Cumberland Brampton HETERINTON 4983 F Oct 1668 England Cumberland Brampton HETHERINTON Annas 5113 F 22-May 1679 England Cumberland Brampton HETHERINTON Anas 5115 F 10-Dec 1688 England Cumberland Brampton HETHERINTON Ann 5474 F 3-Jan 1695 England Cumberland Brampton HETHERINGTON Alice 5184 F 9-Dec 1696 England Cumberland Brampton HETHERINGTON Ann 5562 F 3-Jun 1713 England Cumberland Brampton HETHERINGTON Anne 5571 F 26-May 1716 England Cumberland Brampton HETHERINGTON C 7067 M 30-Jan 1734 England Cumberland Brampton ERRINGTON Adam M 18-Feb 1744 England Cumberland Brampton HERRINGTON Anne F 15-Jul 1748 England Cumberland Brampton HETHERINGTON Anne 5777 F Jun 1748 England Cumberland Brampton HETHERINGTON Ann 5832 F 4-Apr 1754 England Cumberland Brampton HETHERINGTON Ann 5938 F 1-Sep 1763 England Cumberland Brampton HETHERINGTON Ann 5986 F 30-Dec 1766 England Cumberland Brampton HETHERINGTON Arthur 6633 M 12-Jul 1767 England Cumberland Brampton HETHERINGTON Ann 6011 F 27-Nov 1768 England Cumberland Brampton HETHERINGTON Ann 6151 F 23-Jun 1776 England Cumberland Brampton HETHERINGTON 5048 F 6-Mar 1785 England Cumberland Brampton HETHERINGTON Hannah 6393 F 14-Jun 1792 England Cumberland Brampton The Ethington Family Organization Page 123

124 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland HARRINGTON Alice F 5-Jun 1768 England Cumberland Bridekirk HETHERINGTON Ann 6484 F 27-Aug 1797 England Cumberland Burgh By Sands HERINGTON F 29-Dec 1713 England Cumberland Carlisle Saint Mary HERINGTON Ann F 3-Jun 1750 England Cumberland Carlisle Saint Mary HETHERINGTON Ann 5915 F 10-Mar 1761 England Cumberland Carlisle Saint Cuthbert HETHERINGTON Hanah F 31-Mar 1776 England Cumberland Carlisle Saint Mary HARRINGTON Ann F 4-Oct 1778 England Cumberland Carlisle Saint Cuthbert HARRINGTON Ann F 10-Apr 1785 England Cumberland Carlisle Saint Mary HARRINGTON Ann F 4-Aug 1793 England Cumberland Carlisle Saint Cuthbert HARRINGTON Ann F 14-Jan 1797 England Cumberland Carlisle Saint Cuthbert HETHERINGTON Ann 6501 F 24-Sep 1797 England Cumberland Carlisle Saint Mary HARRINGTON Ann F 24-May 1800 England Cumberland Carlisle Saint Cuthbert HETHERINGTON 5003 F 12-Feb 1701 England Cumberland Castle Carrock HETHERINGTON C 7023 M 28-Apr 1703 England Cumberland Castle Carrock HETHERINGTON C 7028 M 10-Jun 1708 England Cumberland Crageburn HETHERINGTON 4994 F 25-Apr 1675 England Cumberland Croglin HETHERINGTON 4996 M 30-Sep 1676 England Cumberland Croglin HETHERINGTON Ann 5793 F 12-May 1751 England Cumberland Crosby Upon Eden ERRINTON Adam M 3-Mar 1739 England Cumberland Cumrew ERRINTON Hannah F 8-Dec 1743 England Cumberland Cumrew HETHERINGTON H 6262 F 19-Aug 1784 England Cumberland Cumrew HEDRINGTON Agnes 5088 F 21-Dec 1610 England Cumberland Dalston HEDRINGTON Agnes 5089 F 21-Dec 1610 England Cumberland Dalston HETHERINGTON Anne 5890 F 15-Feb 1759 England Cumberland Dalston HETHERINGTON Ann 5885 F 21-Feb 1759 England Cumberland Dalston HETHERINGTON Abraham 5073 M 20-Aug 1789 England Cumberland DEAN HETHERINGTON Ann 5996 F 16-Sep 1766 England Cumberland Farlam HETHERINGTON Ann 6105 F 16-Oct 1774 England Cumberland Farlam HETHERINGTON Ann 6125 F 23-Mar 1775 England Cumberland Farlam HETHERINGTON Nanney 6211 F 5-Apr 1780 England Cumberland Farlam HETHERINGTON Ann 6337 F 3-May 1789 England Cumberland Farlam HETHERINGTON Ann 6413 F 2-Jun 1793 England Cumberland Farlam HETHERINGTON Charles 6921 M 24-Jun 1798 England Cumberland Farlam HEATHRINGTON 5030 M 14-Mar 1756 England Cumberland Garrigill Saint John HEATHERINGTON Ann 5854 F 17-Mar 1757 England Cumberland Garrigill Saint John HEATHERINGTON Bridget 6729 F 15-Mar 1778 England Cumberland Garrigill Saint John HETHERINGTON Nancy 6319 F 29-Jun 1788 England Cumberland Garrigill Saint John HETHERINGTON Caleb D 6744 M 3-Oct 1790 England Cumberland Garrigill Saint John HETHERINGTON Hannah 6052 F 11-Nov 1770 England Cumberland Gilcrux EDRINGTON Ellenor 9815 F 18-Jan 1756 England Cumberland Gosforth HETHERINGTON Ann 5539 F 7-Jul 1709 England Cumberland Great Salkeld HEDRINGTON Ann 6570 F 2-Jun 1800 England Cumberland Greystoke HETHERINGTON Barbara 6655 F 13-Dec 1694 England Cumberland Halgards HETHERINGTON Ann 6006 F 3-Mar 1768 England Cumberland Hayton By Brampt HETHERINGTON Ann 6050 F 6-Aug 1770 England Cumberland Hayton By Brampt HETHERINGTON Ann 6137 F 23-Jun 1776 England Cumberland Hayton By Brampt HETHERINGTON Ann 6186 F 6-May 1778 England Cumberland Hayton By Brampt HETHERINGTON Hannah 6331 F 26-Apr 1789 England Cumberland Hayton By Brampt HETHRINGTON Cathrine 6807 F 13-Jan 1753 England Cumberland Hesket-In-The-Fo HETHERINGTON Catherine 6833 F 30-May 1779 England Cumberland Hesket-In-The-Fo HETHERINGTON Hannah 6230 F 27-May 1781 England Cumberland Hesket-In-The-Fo ERRINGTON Ann F 4-Jul 1800 England Cumberland Huddlesceugh Meeting House-In HETHERINGTON Ann 5386 F 26-Nov 1669 England Cumberland Irthington HETHERINGTON Christop 7037 M 17-Nov 1710 England Cumberland Irthington HETHERINGTON C 7035 M 18-Nov 1710 England Cumberland Irthington HETHERINGTON Ann 5574 F 20-May 1716 England Cumberland Irthington HETHERINGTON An 5576 F 29-May 1716 England Cumberland Irthington HETHERINGTON Ann 5593 F 19-Nov 1720 England Cumberland Irthington HETHERINGTON C 7047 M 14-Apr 1725 England Cumberland Irthington HETHERINGTON Catherine 6786 F 19-Mar 1731 England Cumberland Irthington HETHERINGTON Catherine 6792 F 19-Feb 1734 England Cumberland Irthington HETHERINGTON Catherine 6794 F 22-Apr 1735 England Cumberland Irthington HETHERINGTON Abigail 5066 F 13-Apr 1746 England Cumberland Irthington HETHERINGTON Anne 5766 F 29-Mar 1747 England Cumberland Irthington HETHERINGTON Ann 5892 F 2-Sep 1759 England Cumberland Irthington HETHERINGTON Ann 5894 F 7-Sep 1759 England Cumberland Irthington HETHERINGTON Ann 6498 F 1-Jan 1797 England Cumberland Irthington The Ethington Family Organization Page 124

125 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland HETHERINGTON Ann 6576 F 5-Mar 1800 England Cumberland Irthington HETHRINGTON Barbary 6648 F 3-Apr 1664 England Cumberland Kirklinton HETHRINGTON Andrew 5274 M Dec 1665 England Cumberland Kirklinton HETHRINGTON Bridgett 6718 F 8-Apr 1667 England Cumberland Kirklinton HETHRINGTON Anne 5382 F 15-Jun 1668 England Cumberland Kirklinton HETHRINGTON Anne 5380 F Nov 1668 England Cumberland Kirklinton HETHERINGTON 4985 F 28-Apr 1669 England Cumberland Kirklinton HETHRINGTON C 6999 M 11-May 1671 England Cumberland Kirklinton HETHRINGTON 4990 F 16-Apr 1674 England Cumberland Kirklinton HETHRINGTON 4992 M 11-Sep 1674 England Cumberland Kirklinton HETHERINGTON An 5419 F 16-Feb 1682 England Cumberland Kirklinton HETHERINGTON Catherine 6771 F 2-Mar 1683 England Cumberland Kirklinton HETHERINGTON Hanna 5470 F 20-Oct 1694 England Cumberland Kirklinton HETHERINGTON Archbell 6623 M 26-Jun 1698 England Cumberland Kirklinton HETHERINGTON 5007 M 20-Mar 1704 England Cumberland Kirklinton HETHERINGTON Anne 5511 F 26-Apr 1704 England Cumberland Kirklinton HETHRINGTON Anna 5564 F 2-Apr 1713 England Cumberland Kirklinton HETHERINGTON Anne 5566 F 24-Jul 1713 England Cumberland Kirklinton HETHRINGTON Charles 6872 M 4-Feb 1732 England Cumberland Kirklinton HETHERINGTON Andrew 5284 M 3-Jun 1743 England Cumberland Kirklinton HETHERINGTON Ann 5909 F 29-Mar 1761 England Cumberland Kirklinton HETHERINGTON Ann 5911 F 1-Apr 1761 England Cumberland Kirklinton HETHERINGTON Ann 6259 F 3-Mar 1784 England Cumberland Kirklinton HETHERINGTON Ann 6316 F 5-Nov 1788 England Cumberland Kirklinton HETHERINGTON Anne 5552 F 8-Apr 1711 England Cumberland Kirkoswald HETHERINGTON Anne 5553 F 8-Apr 1711 England Cumberland Kirkoswald HETHERINGTON Anne 6214 F 18-Jun 1780 England Cumberland Kirkoswald HETHERINGTON Alice 5217 F 25-Dec 1781 England Cumberland Kirkoswald HETHERINGTON Agnes 5105 F 27-Nov 1668 England Cumberland Lanercost HETHERINGTON Anne 5391 F 15-Aug 1671 England Cumberland Lanercost HETHERINGTON C 7017 M 10-Feb 1691 England Cumberland Lanercost HETHERINGTON Anne 5457 F 25-May 1693 England Cumberland Lanercost HETHERINGTON Barbary 6656 F 13-Dec 1694 England Cumberland Lanercost HETHERINGTON Barbara 6658 F 19-Dec 1706 England Cumberland Lanercost HETHERINGTON C 7029 M 10-Jun 1708 England Cumberland Lanercost HETHERINGTON Catherine 6782 F 15-May 1720 England Cumberland Lanercost HETHERINGTON Ann 5632 F 14-Jun 1727 England Cumberland Lanercost HETHERINGTON Ann 5644 F 17-Sep 1728 England Cumberland Lanercost HETHERINGTON Ann 5663 F 27-Nov 1730 England Cumberland Lanercost HETHERINGTON Ann 5718 F 7-May 1738 England Cumberland Lanercost HETHERINGTON Ann 5719 F 7-May 1738 England Cumberland Lanercost ERRINGTON Adam M 20-Feb 1744 England Cumberland Lanercost HETHERINGTON Ann 5835 F 4-Dec 1755 England Cumberland Lanercost HETHERINGTON Ann 5836 F 4-Dec 1755 England Cumberland Lanercost HETHRINGTON Hannah 5845 F 11-Nov 1756 England Cumberland Lanercost HETHERINGTON Catherine 6813 F 1-May 1757 England Cumberland Lanercost HETHRINGTON Catherine 6814 F 1-May 1757 England Cumberland Lanercost HETHERINGTON Ann 5888 F 24-Jun 1759 England Cumberland Lanercost HETHERINGTON Barbara 6673 F 17-Dec 1762 England Cumberland Lanercost HETHERINGTON Barbara 6674 F 17-Dec 1762 England Cumberland Lanercost HETHERINGTON Catherine 6817 F 27-Jan 1768 England Cumberland Lanercost HETHERINGTON Catherine 6818 F 27-Jan 1768 England Cumberland Lanercost HETHERINGTON Hannah 6085 F 23-Feb 1772 England Cumberland Lanercost HETHERINGTON Hannah 6086 F 23-Feb 1772 England Cumberland Lanercost HETHERINGTON Nancy 6117 F 3-Sep 1775 England Cumberland Lanercost HETHERINGTON Nancy 6145 F 3-Sep 1776 England Cumberland Lanercost HETHERINGTON Ann 6209 F 30-Nov 1780 England Cumberland Lanercost HETHERINGTON Ann 6220 F 30-Nov 1780 England Cumberland Lanercost HETHERINGTON Ann 6278 F 28-Aug 1785 England Cumberland Lazonby HETHERINGTON Hannah 5853 F 11-Nov 1757 England Cumberland Moorgard HETHERINGTON Ann 5886 F 24-Jun 1759 England Cumberland Moorgard HETHRINGTON Anne 5802 F 11-Aug 1751 England Cumberland Nether Denton The Ethington Family Organization Page 125

126 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland HETHRINGTON C 7076 M 7-Apr 1743 England Cumberland Rockcliffe HETHERINGTON Hannah 6410 F 15-Feb 1793 England Cumberland Sebergham HETHERINGTON Anne 5456 F 25-May 1693 England Cumberland Sogling HETHERINGTON Anne 6210 F 18-Jun 1780 England Cumberland Staffield Hall HETHERINGTON Anne 6229 F 25-Dec 1781 England Cumberland Staffield Hall HETHERINGTON Ann 6217 F 31-Dec 1780 England Cumberland Stanwix HETHERINGTON Ann 5521 F 13-Dec 1705 England Cumberland Warwick ERRINGTON Ann F 15-Apr 1771 England Cumberland Warwick HETHERINGTON Hannah 6396 F 30-Sep 1792 England Cumberland Westward Camp House HETHERINGTON Ann 6489 F 16-Apr 1797 England Cumberland Westward Rosley HETHERINGTON Ann 5528 F 21-Jul 1706 England Cumberland Wetheral HETHERINGTON C 7041 M 23-Apr 1721 England Cumberland Wetheral HETHERINGTON Ann 6046 F 14-Mar 1770 England Cumberland Wetheral HETHERINGTON Ann 6527 F 23-Dec 1798 England Cumberland Wetheral ERRINGTON Alice F 13-Jun 1733 England Cumberland Whitehaven Holy Trinity HERRINGTON Alice F 13-Jul 1733 England Cumberland Whitehaven St Nicholas HETHRINGTON Ann 5753 F 29-Sep 1745 England Cumberland Whitehaven Holy Trinity HETHERINGTON C 7016 M 10-Feb 1691 England Cumberland Whitely HETHERINGTON Ann 5396 F 15-Aug 1675 England Cumberland Whitley HETHERINGTON Agnes 5091 F 21-Dec 1610 England Cumberland Wiggonby HEDRINGTON M 1-Jun 1619 England Cumberland Wigton HETHERINGTON Ann 6037 F 13-Sep 1769 England Cumberland Wigton HETHRINGTON Agnes 5138 F 7-Sep 1788 England Cumberland Wigton HETHRINGTON Ann 6424 F 25-Dec 1793 England Cumberland Wigton HEDRINGTON Anne 5710 F 4-Apr 1736 England Cumberland Workington St. Michael EDRINGTON Daniel 9768 M 6-Aug 1738 England Cumberland Workington St. Michael EDRINGTON Mary F 24-May 1744 England Cumberland Workington St. Michael EDRINGTON John M 12-Jan 1746 England Cumberland Workington St. Michael EDDERINGTON Jane F 25-Aug 1751 England Cumberland Workington St. Michael HERRINGTON Alicea F 25-Oct 1635 England Derby Bolsover ETHERINGTON Anne 6013 F 9-Sep 1768 England Derby Bradby ETHERINGTON Ann 6466 F 7-Jun 1795 England Derby Church Gresley IRRINTON Anne F 3-Jan 1663 England Derby Clowne ETHRINGTON Anne 5482 F 18-Feb 1698 England Derby Egginton ETHRINGTON 5015 M 2-Dec 1710 England Derby Egginton ETHRINGTON Anne 5610 F 8-Apr 1722 England Derby Egginton EDERINTON Marey F 8-May 1725 England Derby Egginton ETHRINGTON Anna 5431 F 15-Dec 1686 England Derby Great Longstone ETHRINGTON Ann 5716 F 6-Jun 1737 England Derby Great Longstone ETHERINGTON Ann 6284 F 1-Sep 1785 England Derby Mugginton ETHERINGTON Hannah 6449 F 20-Apr 1794 England Derby Mugginton HARRINGTON Ann F 17-Jan 1758 England Derby Pinxton EDRINTON William M 31-Mar 1754 England Derby Snelston EDRINGTON Mary F 26-Sep 1756 England Derby Snelston EDRINGTON Alice 9675 F 18-Aug 1758 England Derby Snelston EDRINTON Elisabeth 9881 F 22-Nov 1761 England Derby Snelston EATHRINGTON Hannah 6340 F 5-Jul 1789 England Derby Snelston ADDYNGTON John 4410 M 7-Oct 1587 England Devon Alwington ADDYNGTON Marye 4791 F 6-May 1591 England Devon Alwington ADDINGTON Anne 3595 F 8-Nov 1564 England Devon Bideford ADDINGTON Marye 4789 F 19-Sep 1575 England Devon Bideford ADDINGTON John 4416 M 18-Apr 1611 England Devon Chittlehampton HARRINGTON Anne F 28-May 1637 England Devon Dartmouth Saint Savior HARRINGDON Hannah F 12-Mar 1681 England Devon Dartmouth Saint Savior HARRINTON Anne F 10-Jan 1706 England Devon Exeter Saint Paul ADDINGTON Hugh 4277 M 3-Sep 1623 England Devon High Bickington ADDINGTON Ann 3639 F 8-Nov 1664 England Devon Leigh HARRINGTON Ann F 7-Feb 1713 England Devon Shebbear EDDRINGTON Grace Ho 9943 F 5-Sep 1794 England Devon South Molton EDDRINGTON Mary Ann F 5-Sep 1794 England Devon South Molton ADDINGTON Alicia 3564 F 22-Feb 1615 England Devon Weare Giffard EDINTON Dorothy 7781 F 7-Nov 1662 England Dorset Gillingham EDDINGTON William 9526 M 27-Dec 1666 England Dorset Gillingham EDINGTON Ann 7396 F 24-Apr 1692 England Dorset Gillingham EDDINGTON William 9536 M 26-Nov 1693 England Dorset Gillingham EDINGTON Brian 7583 M 22-Nov 1695 England Dorset Gillingham EDINGTON Elizabeth 7998 F 8-Dec 1697 England Dorset Gillingham EDINGTON John 8658 M 21-Dec 1699 England Dorset Gillingham The Ethington Family Organization Page 126

127 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland EDDINGTON Edward 7837 M 17-Jan 1701 England Dorset Gillingham EDDINGTON Edward 7840 M 18-Jan 1701 England Dorset Gillingham EDINGTON Elizabeth 8003 F 11-Aug 1704 England Dorset Gillingham EDDINGTON Jean 8450 F 26-Sep 1705 England Dorset Gillingham EDINGTON Mary 8972 F 12-May 1708 England Dorset Gillingham EDINGTON Dorothy 7785 F 30-Dec 1709 England Dorset Gillingham EDINGTON William 9548 M 8-Oct 1712 England Dorset Gillingham EDINGTON Sarah 9338 F 25-Feb 1714 England Dorset Gillingham EDDINGTON Thomas 9420 M 5-Nov 1731 England Dorset Gillingham EDDINGTON Elizabeth 8034 F 30-Jan 1736 England Dorset Gillingham EDINGTON John 8697 M 22-Apr 1737 England Dorset Gillingham HARRINGTON Ann F 1-Nov 1761 Ireland Dublin Dublin Saint Patricks HETHRINGTONE Elizabeth 153 F 16-Dec 1774 Scotland Dumfries Canonbie HETHRINGTONE Margaret 362 F 16-Dec 1774 Scotland Dumfries Canonbie HETHERINGTON George 188 M 14-Sep 1697 Scotland Dumfries Dumfries HETHERINGTOUN John 582 M 27-Aug 1699 Scotland Dumfries Dumfries HETHERINGTOUN Agnes 580 F 6-Sep 1702 Scotland Dumfries Dumfries HEDRINGTON Agnes 65 F 21-Jul 1734 Scotland Dumfries Dumfries HETHRINGTON Robert 484 M 19-Dec 1766 Scotland Dumfries Dumfries HETHERINGTON John 295 M 12-Mar 1772 Scotland Dumfries Dumfries HETHRINGTON John 297 M 26-Feb 1773 Scotland Dumfries Dumfries HETHERINGTON Agnes 79 F 12-Sep 1784 Scotland Dumfries Dumfries HARRINGTON Walter 3415 M 17-Nov 1777 Scotland Dumfries Graitney HARRINGTON John 3385 M 7-May 1779 Scotland Dumfries Graitney HARRINGTON Elizabeth 3367 F 23-Jan 1781 Scotland Dumfries Graitney HARRINGTON Elizabeth 3370 F 29-Oct 1782 Scotland Dumfries Graitney HARRINGTON Mary 3391 F 23-Aug 1784 Scotland Dumfries Graitney HETHERINGTON Margaret 365 F 10-May 1785 Scotland Dumfries Graitney HERRINGTON Mary 3394 F 14-Oct 1787 Scotland Dumfries Graitney HERRINGTON Mary 3397 F 26-Feb 1795 Scotland Dumfries Graitney EDDINGTON Gavin 1320 M 21-May 1786 Scotland Dumfries Langholm EDDINGTON Janetus 2142 M 7-Oct 1792 Scotland Dumfries Langholm EDDINGTON Magdalen 2160 F 21-Sep 1794 Scotland Dumfries Langholm HETHERINTON Richard 463 M 1-May 1778 Scotland Dumfries Ruthwell HETHERINGTON Thomas 510 M 8-Jan 1787 Scotland Dumfries Ruthwell HETHERINGTON Mary 406 F 8-Mar 1789 Scotland Dunbarton Bonhill HETHERINGTON Thomas 513 M 27-Mar 1791 Scotland Dunbarton Bonhill ADDINGTON Mark 4771 M Feb 1732 England Durham Auckland Saint A ADDINGTON Frances 4148 F 1-Dec 1737 England Durham Auckland Saint A ADDINGTON Anne 3665 F Dec 1740 England Durham Auckland Saint A EDDRINGTON Wm M 22-Oct 1750 England Durham Auckland Saint A ERRINGTON Anne F 4-Jul 1784 England Durham Auckland Saint A ERRINGTON Anne F 18-Oct 1784 England Durham Auckland Saint A ETHERINGTON Anne 6508 F 11-Jun 1797 England Durham Aycliffe ADDINGTON John 4443 M 13-Feb 1644 England Durham Barnard Castle EDERINGTON Isabel 9972 F 12-Jan 1665 England Durham Barnard Castle EDRINGTON Samual M 18-Jan 1670 England Durham Barnard Castle ADDYINGTON Margaret 4745 F 14-Feb 1687 England Durham Barnard Castle ADDINGTON Mark 4765 M 22-Feb 1688 England Durham Barnard Castle EDDERINGTON Anthony 9740 M 4-Nov 1688 England Durham Barnard Castle EDDERINGTON Ann 9701 F 14-Sep 1690 England Durham Barnard Castle ADDYNGTON Mark 4767 M 21-Nov 1690 England Durham Barnard Castle EDDERINGTON Isabel 9976 F 24-Jan 1692 England Durham Barnard Castle EDDRINGTON Margaret F 9-Jan 1695 England Durham Barnard Castle EDRINGTON Thomas M 15-May 1698 England Durham Barnard Castle EDRINGTON Mary F 15-Mar 1702 England Durham Barnard Castle ADDINGTON Mark 4769 M 4-Sep 1721 England Durham Barnard Castle ADDINGTON John 4493 M 27-Sep 1723 England Durham Barnard Castle ADDINGTON Harrison 4238 M 11-Dec 1726 England Durham Barnard Castle ETHRINGTON Ann 5648 F 18-Oct 1728 England Durham Barnard Castle ADDINGTON Isabel 4288 F 25-Oct 1731 England Durham Barnard Castle EDERINGTON Elizabeth 9872 F 10-Aug 1746 England Durham Barnard Castle EDERINGTON Ann 9717 F 26-Dec 1750 England Durham Barnard Castle EDERINGTON Sarah F 3-Mar 1751 England Durham Barnard Castle EDERINGTON Elizabeth 9874 F 13-May 1753 England Durham Barnard Castle The Ethington Family Organization Page 127

128 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland EDERINGTON John M 26-Oct 1755 England Durham Barnard Castle EDERINGTON Thomas M 15-Oct 1758 England Durham Barnard Castle EDERINGTON Elizabeth 9884 F 1-Jan 1761 England Durham Barnard Castle EDERINGTON Timithy M 21-Aug 1763 England Durham Barnard Castle EDERINGTON John M 28-Dec 1770 England Durham Barnard Castle EDRINGTON Anthony 9743 M 5-Apr 1771 England Durham Barnard Castle EDDRINGTON William M 12-Apr 1777 England Durham Barnard Castle EDDERINGTON George 9919 M 26-Dec 1777 England Durham Barnard Castle ADDETON Michael 3492 M 17-Oct 1703 England Durham Billingham EDRINGTON Robert M 24-Feb 1733 England Durham Bishop Middleham ERRINGTON Ann F 8-Mar 1784 England Durham Bishop Middleham ERRINGTON Anne F 26-May 1633 England Durham Bishopwearmouth ERRINGTON Alice F 11-Apr 1637 England Durham Bishopwearmouth ERINGTON Ann F 30-Aug 1657 England Durham Chester Le Stree EDDRINGTON Mary F 16-Nov 1712 England Durham Chester Le Stree ERRINGTON Ann F 27-Oct 1713 England Durham Chester Le Stree EDDRINGTON George 9912 M 12-Dec 1714 England Durham Chester Le Stree ERRINGTON Ann F 6-Sep 1719 England Durham Chester Le Stree ETHERINGTON Anne 5601 F 12-Mar 1721 England Durham Chester Le Stree ERRINGTON Anne F 4-Aug 1728 England Durham Chester Le Stree ERRINGTON Ann F 19-Jun 1743 England Durham Chester Le Stree ERRINGTON Ann F 8-Nov 1761 England Durham Chester Le Stree ERRINGTON Ann F 1-Jan 1779 England Durham Chester Le Stree ERRINGTON Ann F 19-Nov 1780 England Durham Chester Le Stree ERRINGTON Ann F 28-Oct 1786 England Durham Chester Le Stree ERRINGTON Ann F 17-Aug 1788 England Durham Chester Le Stree ERRINGTON Ann F 26-Jun 1791 England Durham Chester Le Stree ETRINTON Christobell 6949 F 14-Sep 1584 England Durham Durham Saint Margaret EDDRINGTON John M 7-Mar 1608 England Durham Durham Saint Nicholas EDRINGTON Thomas M 7-Feb 1613 England Durham Durham Saint Nicholas EDRINGTON Dorothy 9775 F 16-Jul 1615 England Durham Durham Saint Nicholas EDRINGTON Elizabeth 9822 F 13-Jun 1619 England Durham Durham Saint Margaret ETHRINTON Christoph 6966 M 21-Dec 1620 England Durham Durham Saint Margaret HEATHRINGTON C 7009 M 14-Apr 1685 England Durham Durham Saint Nicholas ETHERINGTON Anne 5513 F 17-Apr 1704 England Durham Durham Saint Oswald ETHERINGTON Anne 5530 F 17-Mar 1706 England Durham Durham Saint Oswald ERRINGTON Ann F 19-Nov 1786 England Durham Durham Saint Margaret EDINGTON Margaret 8888 F 13-May 1792 England Durham Durham Saint Margaret EDDRINGTON Richard M 1-May 1608 England Durham Easington EDDERINGTON George 9905 M 28-Sep 1623 England Durham Easington EDDERINGTON John M 5-Jul 1629 England Durham Easington EDDERINGTON Elizabeth 9824 F 12-Sep 1630 England Durham Easington EDDERINGTON John M 6-Jan 1633 England Durham Easington EDDERINTON Elizabeth 9826 F 14-Apr 1633 England Durham Easington EDDERINGTON William M 29-Nov 1635 England Durham Easington EDDERINGTON Ann 9685 F 10-Jan 1636 England Durham Easington EDDERINGTON Richard M 18-Mar 1638 England Durham Easington EDRINGTON 9655 F 13-Sep 1640 England Durham Easington ETHERINGTON Ann 5341 F 26-Mar 1643 England Durham Easington ETHERINGTON Alice 5171 F 19-Apr 1646 England Durham Easington ERRINGTON Ann F 22-Jul 1683 England Durham Easington ETHERINGTON Ann 5541 F 26-Jun 1709 England Durham Easington ETHERINGTON C 7049 M 27-Dec 1725 England Durham Easington ERRINGTON An F 5-Jan 1623 England Durham Gainford ERRINGTON Ann F 29-Jul 1655 England Durham Gainford ERRINGTON Anne F 26-Mar 1689 England Durham Gainford ERRINGTON Anne F 13-Jul 1689 England Durham Gainford EDERINGTON Anne 9699 F 26-Oct 1690 England Durham Gainford EDERINGTON Mary F 30-Oct 1692 England Durham Gainford EDERINGTON George 9910 M 1-Sep 1695 England Durham Gainford ERRINGTON Ann F 12-Jun 1701 England Durham Gainford EDRINGTON Jane F 3-Nov 1647 England Durham Gateshead EDRINGTON Alice 9671 F 14-Feb 1650 England Durham Gateshead ETHRINGTON Ann 5411 F 27-Jun 1680 England Durham Gateshead EADINGTON Isable 8240 F 25-Mar 1722 England Durham Gateshead EADINGTON Mary 8994 F 25-Mar 1722 England Durham Gateshead EDENTON James 8333 M 11-Feb 1733 England Durham Gateshead EDENTON Peter 9094 M 27-Jul 1735 England Durham Gateshead The Ethington Family Organization Page 128

129 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland EDENTON Jno M 13-Sep 1736 England Durham Gateshead EDENTON Isabel 8247 F 13-May 1744 England Durham Gateshead EDINGTON Dorothy 7797 F 5-Nov 1749 England Durham Gateshead ADDINGTON Jane 4363 F 13-Jul 1752 England Durham Gateshead ERRINGTON Anne F 19-Jun 1785 England Durham Gateshead ERRINGTON Anne F 28-May 1786 England Durham Gateshead ERRINGTON Hannah F 28-Jan 1787 England Durham Gateshead EDINGTON Robt M 13-Jun 1790 England Durham Gateshead EDINGTON Elisabeth 8086 F 24-Feb 1793 England Durham Gateshead EDINGTON George 8200 M 25-Dec 1795 England Durham Gateshead ERRINGTON Ann F 20-Aug 1797 England Durham Gateshead EDINGTON Hannah 7462 F 8-Apr 1798 England Durham Gateshead HETHERINGTON Alice 5163 F Oct 1591 England Durham Greatham EDDRINGTON Robert M 19-Nov 1643 England Durham Greatham ETHERINGTON Anne 6246 F 7-Apr 1782 England Durham Greatham EDRINGTON Mary F 7-Aug 1716 England Durham Grindon By Stock EDERINTON Isabel 9978 F 23-May 1719 England Durham Grindon By Stock ETHERINGTON C 6968 M 5-Apr 1640 England Durham Houghton Le Spri ERRINGTON Ann F 13-Jun 1708 England Durham Houghton Le Spri ERRINGTON Anne F 4-Jul 1731 England Durham Houghton Le Spri ERRINGTON Ann F 10-Jun 1800 England Durham Houghton Le Spri EDERINGTON William M 16-Dec 1610 England Durham Jarrow HETHERINTON 4975 F 5-May 1570 England Durham Lanchester EDINGTON Elizabeth 7973 F 13-May 1654 England Durham Lanchester ERRINGTON Ann F 19-Dec 1765 England Durham Lanchester ERRINGTON Ann F 9-Jun 1799 England Durham Lanchester EDERINGTON Anne 9698 F 26-Oct 1690 England Durham of Gailsford EDRINGTON George 9909 M 1-Sep 1695 England Durham of Gailsford EDERINGTON Mary F 30-Oct 1697 England Durham of Gailsford ERRINGTON Ann F 5-Jan 1623 England Durham of Gainford ERRINGTON Ann F 29-Jul 1655 England Durham of Gainsford ERRINGTON Anne F 26-Mar 1689 England Durham of Headlam ERRINGTON Anne F 13-Jul 1689 England Durham of Piercebridge ERRINGTON Ann F 12-Jun 1701 England Durham of Piercebridge ETHERINGTON Alice 5168 F 7-Jul 1633 England Durham of Wickham HEDDRINGTON Ann 5317 F 5-Jan 1617 England Durham Pittington EDDRINGTON Allison 9681 F 25-Jul 1619 England Durham Pittington EDERINGTON Thomas M 29-Dec 1685 England Durham Pittington EDDINTON Sarah 9341 F 25-Feb 1723 England Durham Pittington EDDINTON Ann 7412 F 5-Dec 1725 England Durham Pittington EDINGTON James 8323 M 4-Feb 1728 England Durham Pittington EDDINGTON Elizabeth 8032 F 7-Nov 1731 England Durham Pittington ERRINGTON Ann F 21-Jan 1638 England Durham Ryton ERRINGTON Anne F 16-Nov 1657 England Durham Ryton ERRINGTON M Mar 1669 England Durham Ryton ERRINGTON Ann F 18-Feb 1697 England Durham Ryton ETHERINGTON Ann 5532 F Oct 1706 England Durham Ryton ERRINGTON Adam M 29-May 1708 England Durham Ryton ERRINGTON Ann F Apr 1712 England Durham Ryton ERRINGTON Adam M 8-Sep 1745 England Durham Ryton ERRINGTON Alice F Apr 1751 England Durham Ryton ERRINGTON Alice F 12-Apr 1761 England Durham Ryton ERRINGTON Ann F May 1762 England Durham Ryton ERRINGTON Ann F Oct 1766 England Durham Ryton EDINGTON James 8380 M 15-Feb 1767 England Durham Ryton ERRINGTON Ann F May 1780 England Durham Ryton ERRINGTON Ann F Aug 1783 England Durham Ryton EDINGTON Elizh F 23-Jul 1794 England Durham Ryton ERRINGTON Ann F May 1794 England Durham Ryton ERRINGTON Anne F 30-Jul 1682 England Durham Seaham EDEINGTON John 8630 M 24-Nov 1663 England Durham Sedgefield ERRINGTON Ann F 7-Apr 1779 England Durham Sedgefield ERRINGTON Ann F Jun 1663 England Durham South Shields ERINGTON Ann F 14-Nov 1680 England Durham South Shields ERRINGTON Anne F 12-Jul 1685 England Durham South Shields ERRINGTON Anne F 6-May 1689 England Durham South Shields EDENTON John 8758 M 28-Nov 1796 England Durham South Shields New Presbyterian EDENTON George 8206 M 19-Feb 1799 England Durham South Shields New Presbyterian EDENTON Ann 7465 F 26-Oct 1800 England Durham South Shields New Presbyterian The Ethington Family Organization Page 129

130 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland HARRINGTON Hannah F 11-May 1751 England Durham Staindrop HERRINGTON Hannah F 28-Apr 1752 England Durham Staindrop HETHRINGTON Ann 5943 F 21-Feb 1763 England Durham Staindrop EDDERINGTON John M 19-Jun 1785 England Durham Staindrop EDRINGTON Susannah F 7-Sep 1788 England Durham Staindrop EDDERINGTON Grace 9940 F 27-Feb 1791 England Durham Staindrop EDRINGTON Sarah F 16-Mar 1794 England Durham Staindrop ERRINGTON Alice F 19-Oct 1626 England Durham Stanhope HETHRINGTON Hannah 5488 F 10-May 1699 England Durham Stanhope ERRINGTON Hannah F 4-Oct 1718 England Durham Stanhope HETHERINGTON Ann 5599 F 12-Jul 1721 England Durham Stanhope ERRINGTON M 16-May 1725 England Durham Stanhope HETHERINGTON Ann 5646 F 15-Feb 1728 England Durham Stanhope HETHRINGTON C 7072 M 26-Dec 1737 England Durham Stanhope HETHERINGTON Ann 5926 F 4-Jul 1762 England Durham Stanhope HETHERINGTON Hannah 6000 F 11-May 1767 England Durham Stanhope ERRINGTON Hannah F 23-Oct 1767 England Durham Stanhope HETHERINGTON Ann 6110 F 24-Apr 1774 England Durham Stanhope HEATHERINGTON Hannah 6399 F 10-Mar 1792 England Durham Stanhope HEATHERINGTON Ann 6452 F 6-Apr 1794 England Durham Stanhope HEATHERINGTON Ann 6551 F 5-Jan 1799 England Durham Stanhope ETHERINGTON Ann 6098 F 25-Jul 1773 England Durham Stockton St. Thomas ETHERINGTON Ann 6174 F 9-Mar 1777 England Durham Stockton St. Thomas ERRINGTON Anne F Sep 1735 England Durham Tanfield ERRINGTON Albonny M Jul 1739 England Durham Tanfield ETTERINGTON Catherine 6838 F 11-Aug 1794 England Durham Tanfield ERRINGTON Anne F 27-May 1792 England Durham Washington ETHERINGTON Alice 5169 F 7-Jul 1633 England Durham Whickham ERRINGTON Annas F 28-Mar 1641 England Durham Whickham ERINGTON Ann F 1-Apr 1655 England Durham Whickham HEARYINGTON Ann F 2-Nov 1679 England Durham Whickham ERINGTON Anne F 26-Dec 1690 England Durham Whickham ERRINGTON Albert M 6-Apr 1707 England Durham Whickham ERRINGTON Ann F 20-Sep 1719 England Durham Whickham EDINGTON John 8704 M 8-May 1743 England Durham Whickham EDINGTON Robert 9293 M 2-Feb 1746 England Durham Whickham EDINGTON Mary 9016 F 15-May 1748 England Durham Whickham EDINGTON George 8180 M 28-Oct 1750 England Durham Whickham EDINGTON Richard 9192 M 25-Nov 1753 England Durham Whickham EDINGTON Thomas 9437 M 12-Sep 1756 England Durham Whickham EDDINGTON Elizabeth 8049 F 17-Sep 1758 England Durham Whickham EDDINGTON William 9587 M 1-Jun 1760 England Durham Whickham EDDINGTON Richard 9195 M 25-Mar 1764 England Durham Whickham EDDINGTON Robert 9301 M 27-Nov 1768 England Durham Whickham ERRINGTON Alice F 15-May 1774 England Durham Whickham ERRINGTON Ann F 23-Jul 1775 England Durham Whickham ERRINGTON Albert M 18-Feb 1776 England Durham Whickham ERRINGTON Ann F 19-Oct 1777 England Durham Whickham ERRINGTON Albert M 2-Apr 1780 England Durham Whickham ERRINGTON Ann F 19-May 1782 England Durham Whickham ERRINGTON Ann F 20-Jul 1783 England Durham Whickham ERRINGTON Ann F 11-Jun 1786 England Durham Whickham ERRINGTON Ann F 23-Sep 1787 England Durham Whickham HETHERINGTON Ann 6268 F 25-Jul 1784 England Durham Whorlton HATHERINTON Ann 5495 F 12-Oct 1701 England Durham Wolsingham HETHERINGTON Ann 6478 F 30-Oct 1796 England Durham Wolsingham IDINGTON Margaret 2168 F 10-Sep 1682 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady IDINGTONE William 2733 M 26-Jan 1685 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady IDINGTON James 1578 M 10-Dec 1686 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady IDINGTOUNE William 3297 M 22-Jun 1690 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady IDINGTOUN John 3235 M 20-Jun 1691 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady The Ethington Family Organization Page 130

131 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland IDINGTOUN James 3203 M 12-Mar 1692 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady IDINGTOUN Helen 3172 F 15-Jan 1693 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady IDINGTON Helen 1159 F 1-Mar 1694 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady IDINGTOUN George 3183 M 17-Nov 1694 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady IDINGTOUN James 3206 M 18-Jul 1695 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady IDINGTOUN Andrew 3157 M 30-Sep 1696 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady IDINGTOUN Lilias 3241 F 16-Dec 1698 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady IDINGTOUN Marion 3263 F 4-Feb 1700 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady IDINGTOUN Jannit 3224 F 19-Apr 1702 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady IDINGTOUN Katharin 3169 F 18-Mar 1705 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady IDINGTOUN Margaret 3252 F 15-Jul 1705 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady IDINGTOUN Andreu 3160 M 28-Mar 1708 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady IDINGTOUN Helen 3175 F 19-Jul 1713 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady IDINGTON Isabell 1497 F 29-Mar 1719 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady IDINTONE John 3319 M 25-Jun 1721 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady EDINGTOWN Andrew 3027 M 1-Jul 1725 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady EIDINGTON John 1974 M 20-Jul 1729 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady EIDINGTON William 2741 M 15-Nov 1730 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady EIDINGTON Mary 2392 F 8-Jun 1732 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady EIDINGTON Margrate 2189 F 7-Dec 1735 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady IDINGTON Charles 1068 M 21-Jun 1761 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady EDINTON George 1359 M 4-Mar 1764 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady EDINTONE George 9647 M 4-Mar 1764 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady EDINGTON Peter 2514 M 2-Apr 1769 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady EDINGTON Peter 9096 M 2-Apr 1769 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady EDINGTON Katherine 1026 F 14-Oct 1769 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady EDINGTON Mary 2408 F 9-Jun 1771 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady EDINGTON Mary 9033 F 9-Jun 1771 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady EDINGTON Robert 2571 M 18-Jul 1773 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady EDINGTON Robert 9304 M 18-Jul 1773 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady EDINGTON Margaret 2225 F 4-Mar 1775 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady EDINGTON Margaret 8882 F 4-Mar 1775 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady EDINGTON Janet 8517 F 9-Mar 1777 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady EDINTON Janet 1853 F 9-Mar 1777 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady EDINGTON Marion 8913 F 2-Apr 1780 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady EDINTON Marion 2362 F 2-Apr 1780 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady IDINGTON Andrew 904 M 6-Dec 1789 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady IDINGTON Margaret 2237 F 15-Aug 1790 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady IDINGTON John 2031 M 18-Aug 1792 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady IDINGTON David 1141 M 6-Mar 1796 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady IDINGTON Isabel 1524 F 16-Feb 1800 Scotland East Lothian Aberlady IDINGTOUN Isobell 3192 F 29-Mar 1719 Scotland East Lothian Athelstaneford EDINGTON Catherine 1038 F 6-Nov 1791 Scotland East Lothian Athelstaneford EDINGTON John 2034 M 5-Feb 1792 Scotland East Lothian Athelstaneford EDINGTON Margaret 2246 F 19-Jan 1794 Scotland East Lothian Athelstaneford IDINGTON Helen 1165 F 19-Dec 1795 Scotland East Lothian Athelstaneford IDINGTON Agness 709 F 11-Mar 1798 Scotland East Lothian Athelstaneford IDINGTON Elizabeth 1233 F 20-Apr 1800 Scotland East Lothian Athelstaneford IDINGTON Mary 2402 F 24-Aug 1760 Scotland East Lothian Dirleton IDINGTON George 1356 M 28-Dec 1760 Scotland East Lothian Dirleton EDINGTON Peter 2511 M 27-Jul 1763 Scotland East Lothian Dirleton EDINTON Hugh 1479 M 14-Jul 1765 Scotland East Lothian Dirleton EDINGTON Thomas 2681 M 6-Apr 1766 Scotland East Lothian Dirleton IDINGTON Janet 1845 F 29-May 1768 Scotland East Lothian Dirleton IDENTON Francis 3079 M 18-Jun 1769 Scotland East Lothian Dirleton IDENTON Alexander 3051 M 30-Dec 1770 Scotland East Lothian Dirleton IDENTON Anny 3070 F 30-Jun 1796 Scotland East Lothian Dirleton IDENTON John 3121 M 16-Oct 1796 Scotland East Lothian Dirleton IDENTON Adam 3043 M 12-May 1797 Scotland East Lothian Dirleton IDENTON Margaret 3124 F 27-Oct 1797 Scotland East Lothian Dirleton IDENTON William 3130 M 9-Jun 1798 Scotland East Lothian Dirleton IDENTON A rchibald 3073 M 3-Nov 1798 Scotland East Lothian Dirleton IDENTON Francis 3082 M 24-Mar 1799 Scotland East Lothian Dirleton EDINGTON George 1362 M 1-Apr 1779 Scotland East Lothian Dunbar EDINTON Archibald 992 M 23-Sep 1781 Scotland East Lothian Dunbar EDINGTON William 2780 M 28-May 1784 Scotland East Lothian Dunbar EDINGTON David 1138 M 27-May 1786 Scotland East Lothian Dunbar The Ethington Family Organization Page 131

132 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland EDINGTON Mary 2420 F 24-Apr 1788 Scotland East Lothian Dunbar EDINGTON JOHNST 2136 M 25-Nov 1796 Scotland East Lothian Dunbar IDINGTON William 2750 M 19-May 1751 Scotland East Lothian Garvald IDINGTON George 1365 M 17-Jun 1780 Scotland East Lothian Garvald IDINGTON Janet 1856 F 21-Apr 1782 Scotland East Lothian Garvald IDINGTON John 2019 M 11-Jul 1784 Scotland East Lothian Garvald IDINGTON Hugh 1482 M 24-Sep 1786 Scotland East Lothian Garvald IDINGTON James 1658 M 3-May 1789 Scotland East Lothian Garvald IDINGTON Francis 1299 M 18-Dec 1791 Scotland East Lothian Garvald IDINGTON James 1664 M 29-Jun 1794 Scotland East Lothian Garvald IDINGTON Margaret 2252 F 17-Mar 1799 Scotland East Lothian Garvald EDINGTON Marion 2359 F 4-Jun 1775 Scotland East Lothian Gladsmuir EDINGTON Marion 8910 F 4-Jun 1775 Scotland East Lothian Gladsmuir EDINGTOUN 2851 F 24-Oct 1619 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EDINGTOUN James 2906 M 5-Mar 1620 Scotland East Lothian Haddington ETHINGTON Marioun 3418 F 23-Oct 1621 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EDINGTOUN Margaret 2953 F 3-Mar 1622 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EDINGTOUN Agnes 2854 F 10-Mar 1622 Scotland East Lothian Haddington ETHINGTOUNE Agnes 3445 F 21-Nov 1624 Scotland East Lothian Haddington ETHINGTOUNE Gilbert 3451 M 2-May 1626 Scotland East Lothian Haddington ETHINGTOUN Marie 3439 F 18-Feb 1627 Scotland East Lothian Haddington ETHINGTOUNE George 3448 M 8-Jun 1629 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EDERTONE William 3330 M 26-Feb 1652 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EDINGTOUNE Patrick 3024 M 15-Oct 1676 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EADINGTON Isobell 1491 F 13-Apr 1679 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EADINGTON John 1937 M 27-Jun 1680 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EADINGTON John 8638 M 27-Jun 1680 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EADINGTON Alexander 769 M 10-Mar 1681 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EADINGTON Georg 1328 M 19-Oct 1681 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EADINGTON George 8156 M 19-Oct 1681 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EADINGTON Patrick 2491 M 19-Oct 1681 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EADINGTON Patrick 9080 M 19-Oct 1681 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EADINGTON Georg 1331 M 2-Mar 1684 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EDINGTON Georg 8159 M 2-Mar 1684 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EDINGTON John 8647 M 27-Dec 1685 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EDINGTOUN John 2939 M 27-Dec 1685 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EDINGTON Anna 7390 F 6-Mar 1687 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EDINGTOUN Anna 2865 F 6-Mar 1687 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EDINGTOUN Barbara 2871 F 29-Apr 1691 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EDINGTOUN David 2874 M 18-Mar 1693 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EDINGTOUN William 2985 M 7-Mar 1697 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EDINGTON Barbara 7573 F 29-Apr 1697 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EDINGTOUN William 2988 M 12-Sep 1697 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EDINGTOUN Elizabeth 2892 F 13-Dec 1702 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EDINGTOUN Helen 2880 F 26-Dec 1703 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EDINGTOUN William 2994 M 26-Jul 1704 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EDINGTOUN Isobell 2898 F 29-Jul 1705 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EDINGTOUN Isobell 2901 F 29-Jul 1705 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EDINGTOUN Jannet 2927 F 15-Sep 1706 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EDINGTOUN Patrick 2967 M 23-Nov 1707 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EDINGTOUN Jannet 2930 F 2-Mar 1708 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EDINGTOUN George 2895 M 8-Jan 1710 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EDRINTON Elizabeth 3336 F 7-Mar 1756 Scotland East Lothian Haddington IDINGTON Mary 2405 F 5-Oct 1760 Scotland East Lothian Haddington EDINGTOUNE Bessie 3005 F 29-Apr 1632 Scotland East Lothian Innerwick IDINGTOUNE Alexander 3283 M 5-May 1670 Scotland East Lothian Innerwick IDINGTON Margrat 2199 F 9-Apr 1749 Scotland East Lothian Morham IDINGTON George 1353 M 17-Oct 1756 Scotland East Lothian Morham HARINGTONE Jean 3382 F 22-Dec 1695 Scotland East Lothian North Berwick EDINGTON Anne 948 F 12-Feb 1786 Scotland East Lothian North Berwick EDINGTON Mary 2417 F 17-Feb 1788 Scotland East Lothian North Berwick EDINGTON Alexander 807 M 22-Nov 1789 Scotland East Lothian North Berwick EDINGTON Alexander 810 M 22-Nov 1789 Scotland East Lothian North Berwick EDINGTON Margaret 2240 F 27-Jun 1790 Scotland East Lothian North Berwick EDINGTON Margret 2243 F 27-Jun 1790 Scotland East Lothian North Berwick EDINGTON John 2037 M 18-Apr 1793 Scotland East Lothian North Berwick The Ethington Family Organization Page 132

133 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland EDINGTON William 2786 M 19-May 1793 Scotland East Lothian North Berwick EDINGTON Peter 2517 M 22-Feb 1796 Scotland East Lothian North Berwick EDINGTON Peter 2520 M 22-Feb 1796 Scotland East Lothian North Berwick IDDINGTONE Margrat 3133 F 3-Feb 1656 Scotland East Lothian Oldhamstocks EDINGTOUNE John 3015 M 1-Dec 1672 Scotland East Lothian Oldhamstocks EDINGTONE John 1935 M 15-Dec 1672 Scotland East Lothian Oldhamstocks EDINGTOUNE John 3018 M 16-Nov 1677 Scotland East Lothian Oldhamstocks EDINGTONE Thomas 2672 M 3-Oct 1708 Scotland East Lothian Oldhamstocks EDINGTONE John 1950 M 17-Dec 1710 Scotland East Lothian Oldhamstocks IDENTON James 3103 M 14-Aug 1742 Scotland East Lothian Oldhamstocks IDENTON Helen 3076 F 16-Oct 1743 Scotland East Lothian Oldhamstocks IDENTON Isabel 3091 F 16-Jun 1745 Scotland East Lothian Oldhamstocks IDENTON Agnes 3046 F 28-Jun 1745 Scotland East Lothian Oldhamstocks IDENTON Janet 3106 F 30-Apr 1749 Scotland East Lothian Oldhamstocks IDENTON Gavin 3085 M 28-Jul 1752 Scotland East Lothian Oldhamstocks IDENTON John 3115 M 26-May 1755 Scotland East Lothian Oldhamstocks IDENTON Isabel 3094 F 8-May 1758 Scotland East Lothian Oldhamstocks EDINGTON Margaret 2205 F 7-Oct 1759 Scotland East Lothian Oldhamstocks EDINGTON Andrew 899 M 13-Dec 1761 Scotland East Lothian Oldhamstocks EDINGTON Alison 879 F 12-May 1765 Scotland East Lothian Oldhamstocks IDINGTON Agness 700 F 29-Mar 1788 Scotland East Lothian Oldhamstocks EDINTOUN Mary 3035 F 14-Aug 1748 Scotland East Lothian Pencaitland IDINGTON Margret 2166 F 9-Oct 1681 Scotland East Lothian Prestonkirk IDINGTON Jennet 1819 F 6-Jan 1685 Scotland East Lothian Prestonkirk IDINGTON Jennet 8505 F 6-Jan 1685 Scotland East Lothian Prestonkirk IDINGTON Margaret 8845 F 16-Jan 1687 Scotland East Lothian Prestonkirk IDINGTOUN Margret 3250 F 16-Jan 1687 Scotland East Lothian Prestonkirk IDINGTON Archibald 7538 M 31-Jan 1689 Scotland East Lothian Prestonkirk IDINGTON Archibald 980 M 31-Jan 1689 Scotland East Lothian Prestonkirk EDINGTON Mary 2383 F 13-Jan 1712 Scotland East Lothian Prestonkirk EDINGTON Mary 8979 F 13-Jan 1712 Scotland East Lothian Prestonkirk EDINGTON Margaret 2176 F 26-Dec 1714 Scotland East Lothian Prestonkirk EDINGTON Margt F 26-Dec 1714 Scotland East Lothian Prestonkirk EDINGTON John 1959 M 9-Aug 1719 Scotland East Lothian Prestonkirk EDINGTON John 8676 M 9-Aug 1719 Scotland East Lothian Prestonkirk EDINGTON George 1339 M 17-Jul 1720 Scotland East Lothian Prestonkirk EDINGTON George 8162 M 17-Jul 1720 Scotland East Lothian Prestonkirk EDINGTON Mary 2386 F 12-Nov 1721 Scotland East Lothian Prestonkirk EDINGTON Mary 8991 F 12-Nov 1721 Scotland East Lothian Prestonkirk EDINGTON Alexander 7257 M 29-Mar 1724 Scotland East Lothian Prestonkirk EDINGTON Alexander 781 M 29-Mar 1724 Scotland East Lothian Prestonkirk IDINGTON Elizabeth 1212 F 20-Jun 1756 Scotland East Lothian Prestonkirk IDINGTON Elizabeth 8044 F 20-Jun 1756 Scotland East Lothian Prestonkirk EDINGTON David 1132 M 23-Jul 1758 Scotland East Lothian Prestonkirk EDINGTON David 7753 M 23-Jul 1758 Scotland East Lothian Prestonkirk IDINGTON Marion 2353 F 10-May 1761 Scotland East Lothian Prestonkirk IDINGTON William 2759 M 11-Mar 1764 Scotland East Lothian Prestonkirk IDINGTON Marion 2356 F 22-Jun 1766 Scotland East Lothian Prestonkirk IDINGTON Katherine 1029 F 16-Dec 1770 Scotland East Lothian Prestonkirk IDINGTON William 2762 M 17-Nov 1772 Scotland East Lothian Prestonkirk IDINGTON Agnes 703 F 25-Oct 1789 Scotland East Lothian Prestonkirk IDINGTON Agnes 706 F 24-Apr 1796 Scotland East Lothian Prestonkirk EDINGTON Katherin 1010 F 9-Dec 1610 Scotland East Lothian Prestonpans IDINGTON Alexander 815 M 14-Oct 1794 Scotland East Lothian Spott EDINGTON Christian 1089 F 21-Jan 1796 Scotland East Lothian Stenton EDINGTON Susan 2661 F 11-Oct 1797 Scotland East Lothian Stenton IDINGTON James 1649 M 22-Feb 1781 Scotland East Lothian Whitekirk IDINGTON Christian 1083 F 3-May 1786 Scotland East Lothian Whitekirk EDINGTON Robert 2586 M 19-Jul 1799 Scotland East Lothian Whittingehame IDINGTON David 1129 M 22-Apr 1753 Scotland East Lothian Yester HARRINGTON Ann F 5-Jun 1785 England Essex Alphamstone HARRINGTON Hannah F 13-Jan 1765 England Essex Belchamp Walter HARRINGTON Hannah F 27-Apr 1791 England Essex Bocking Independent HARRINGTON F 20-Sep 1699 England Essex Bulmer The Ethington Family Organization Page 133

134 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland HARRINGTON M Feb 1705 England Essex Bulmer HARRINGTON Hannah F 21-Mar 1784 England Essex Castle Hedingham Independent Or C HARRINGTON Hannah F 7-Feb 1786 England Essex Castle Hedingham Independent Or C HARRINGTON F 16-Jun 1612 England Essex Colchester Saint James HERRINGTON Ann F 3-Jun 1781 England Essex Colchester Saint Leonard HERRINGTON Hannah F 21-Jul 1706 England Essex Danbury HERRINGTON Ann F 18-Mar 1749 England Essex East Horndon HARRINGTON Ann F 7-Dec 1737 England Essex Epping HARRINGTON Hannah F 30-Sep 1741 England Essex Finchingfield HARRINGTON Ann F 25-Apr 1748 England Essex Finchingfield HARRINGTON Ann F 11-Nov 1748 England Essex Finchingfield HARRINGTON Ann F 4-Feb 1759 England Essex Finchingfield EDRINGTON Mary F 26-Dec 1641 England Essex Great Burstead HARRINGTON Abraham M 2-Mar 1794 England Essex Great Henney HARRINGTON Anne F 28-Nov 1619 England Essex Great Yeldham HERRINGTON Anne F 30-May 1650 England Essex Hornchurch HERRINGTON Ann F 24-Jun 1753 England Essex Hornchurch HARRINGTON Anna F 17-May 1795 England Essex Lamarsh HARRINGTON Anne F 19-Sep 1619 England Essex Little Baddow HARRINGTON Hannah F 8-May 1768 England Essex Little Baddow Ind HARRINGTON Hannah F 24-Apr 1796 England Essex Little Baddow EDRINGTON Mary F 1686 England Essex Prittlewell ETHERINGTON Ann 5490 F 1699 England Essex Prittlewell HERRINGTON Abraham M 1705 England Essex Prittlewell HARRINGTON Hannah F 6-Mar 1765 England Essex Romford HARRINGTON Allice F 2-May 1590 England Essex Stambourne HARRINGTON F 19-Nov 1597 England Essex Stambourne EDINGTON John 8568 M 22-May 1582 England Essex Stifford HERRINGTON Anne F 25-Feb 1661 England Essex STOCK HARRINGTON Ann F 7-Feb 1742 England Essex Tolleshunt Knigh HARRINGTON Ann F 9-Sep 1764 England Essex Tolleshunt Knigh HARRINGTON Anne F 14-May 1581 England Essex Toppesfield ETHERINGTON Ann 5868 F 11-May 1758 England Essex Witham Newland Street-I ETHERTON Ann F 23-Oct 1774 England Essex Witham Newland Street-I IDINGTONE Georg 1323 M 10-Dec 1626 Scotland Fife Kirkcaldy IDINGTONE Georg 8149 M 10-Dec 1626 Scotland Fife Kirkcaldy IDINGTON Janet 1814 F 1-Aug 1628 Scotland Fife Kirkcaldy IDINGTON Janet 8502 F 1-Aug 1628 Scotland Fife Kirkcaldy IDENTON James 3097 M 27-Mar 1724 Scotland Fife Wemyss IDENTON John 3109 M 27-Mar 1724 Scotland Fife Wemyss IDENTON John 3112 M 3-Oct 1725 Scotland Fife Wemyss IDENTON James 3100 M 27-Aug 1727 Scotland Fife Wemyss IDENTON Ann 3064 F 29-Nov 1730 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDENTON Matthew 2485 M 26-Sep 1736 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDENTON Matthew 9069 M 26-Sep 1736 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDENTON Jean 1756 F 18-Mar 1739 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDENTON Jean 8462 F 18-Mar 1739 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON James 8365 M 5-Jan 1754 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTOUN James 2912 M 5-Jan 1754 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTOUN James 9641 M 5-Jan 1754 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON John 1989 M 15-Feb 1756 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON John 8716 M 15-Feb 1756 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON John 8719 M 15-Feb 1756 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON Margary 8905 F 26-Mar 1758 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON Margery 2344 F 26-Mar 1758 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON Margery 8902 F 26-Mar 1758 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON John 8735 M 17-May 1772 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINTON John 2004 M 17-May 1772 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINTON John 8738 M 17-May 1772 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON Archibald 7542 M 23-Jun 1776 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON Archibald 989 M 23-Jun 1776 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON James 1646 M 28-Jun 1778 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON James 8386 M 28-Jun 1778 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON Isabel 1518 F 12-Sep 1779 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON Isabel 8258 F 12-Sep 1779 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON Agnes 697 F 19-Nov 1779 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON Agnes 7207 F 19-Nov 1779 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINTON Isabel 1521 F 8-May 1781 Scotland Fife Wemyss The Ethington Family Organization Page 134

135 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland EDINTON Isabel 8262 F 8-May 1781 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON William 2774 M 5-Feb 1783 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON William 2777 M 5-Feb 1783 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON William 9607 M 5-Feb 1783 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINTON John 2022 M 16-Oct 1784 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINTON John 8749 M 16-Oct 1784 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON James 1652 M 22-Jun 1786 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON James 8394 M 22-Jun 1786 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON Janet 1867 F 17-Feb 1788 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON Janet 8520 F 17-Feb 1788 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON George 1368 M 2-Feb 1790 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON George 8194 M 2-Feb 1790 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON Robert 2577 M 19-Aug 1793 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON Robert 9311 M 19-Aug 1793 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON Charity Gr 1065 F 17-Jun 1795 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON Charity Gr 7629 F 17-Jun 1795 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON Margaret 2249 F 17-Feb 1797 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON Margaret 8893 F 17-Feb 1797 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON Jean 1781 F 19-Feb 1799 Scotland Fife Wemyss EDINGTON Jean 8496 F 19-Feb 1799 Scotland Fife Wemyss ETHERTON Anne F 10-Jul 1768 England Gloucester Awre With Blaken HARRINGTON Hannah F 23-Apr 1689 England Gloucester Beckford EDINGTON William 9638 M 28-Jul 1799 England Gloucester Berkeley ETHERTON Anne F 28-Jun 1713 England Gloucester Cheltenham ETHERTON Ann F 24-Apr 1726 England Gloucester Cheltenham EDINGTON James 8373 M 1-Apr 1763 England Gloucester Cromhall EDINGTON Elizabeth 8073 F 23-Nov 1777 England Gloucester Cromhall HARRINGTON Anne F 9-May 1682 England Gloucester Dumbleton EDINGTON Elizabeth 8083 F 14-Apr 1792 England Gloucester Hinton On The Gr EDINGTON Richard 9189 M 29-Sep 1751 England Gloucester Lechlade ETHERTON Dinah F 30-Sep 1739 England Gloucester Maisemore HARRINGTON Alice F 1671 England Gloucester of Bristol HARINGTON Anthony M 18-Apr 1593 England Gloucester Quedgeley EDDINGTON Ann 7434 F 29-Nov 1745 England Gloucester Thornbury EDDINGTON Dorothy 7794 F 29-Nov 1745 England Gloucester Thornbury EDDINGTON Sarah 9348 F 22-Sep 1751 England Gloucester Thornbury EDDINGTON Hester 8116 F 12-Aug 1753 England Gloucester Thornbury EDDINGTON William 9583 M 18-Jan 1756 England Gloucester Thornbury EDDINGTON Jubilee 8799 F 4-Jul 1787 England Gloucester Thornbury EDRINGTON Ann 9687 F 5-Aug 1666 England Gloucester Westbury On Seve EDDRENTON Sara F 14-May 1721 England Hampshire Aldershot Saint Michael EDERINTON Jean F 13-Mar 1725 England Hampshire Aldershot Saint Michael EDERENTON Elesebeth 9864 F 16-Apr 1729 England Hampshire Aldershot Saint Michael EDERENTON Sara F 30-Nov 1730 England Hampshire Aldershot Saint Michael EDERENTON James 9996 M 26-May 1733 England Hampshire Aldershot Saint Michael EDERENTON Mary F 8-Oct 1737 England Hampshire Aldershot Saint Michael EDERENTON Gorge 9917 M 10-Dec 1738 England Hampshire Aldershot Saint Michael ETHERINGTON Hanner 5732 F 25-Dec 1740 England Hampshire Aldershot Saint Michael HETHRINGTON Andrew 5276 M 3-Apr 1676 England Hampshire Alton HETHRINGTON Charles 6854 M 15-Oct 1678 England Hampshire Alton HETHERINGTON Ann 5485 F 4-Sep 1698 England Hampshire Alton ETHERINGTONN An 5348 F 22-Apr 1646 England Hampshire Bishops Waltham ETHERINGTON An 5350 F 4-Jul 1647 England Hampshire Bishops Waltham HERRINGTON Ann F 21-Oct 1739 England Hampshire East Wellow HERRINGTON Aann F Jul 1746 England Hampshire East Wellow ETHERINGTON Ann 6554 F 5-May 1799 England Hampshire Fareham ETHERINGTON Ann 6560 F 5-May 1799 England Hampshire Fareham HERRINGTON Anne F 16-Nov 1658 England Hampshire Fordingbridge HERRINGTON Ann F 21-Mar 1689 England Hampshire Fordingbridge ETHERINGTON Benjamin 6702 M 3-Aug 1788 England Hampshire Hawkley ETHERINGTON Benjamin 6707 M 3-Jul 1796 England Hampshire Hawkley ETHRINGTON Hannah 6074 F 1-Mar 1771 England Hampshire Headley ETHERINGTON Anne 6189 F 24-Jul 1778 England Hampshire Headley EDINGTON James 8281 M 23-Jun 1627 England Hampshire Kimpton Shadsoune EDRINGTON Joseph M 12-Feb 1668 England Hampshire Portsmouth Saint Thomas ETHRINGTON Christoph 6992 M 5-Jan 1669 England Hampshire Portsmouth Saint Thomas The Ethington Family Organization Page 135

136 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland EDRINGTON Anne 9692 F 26-Mar 1671 England Hampshire Portsmouth Saint Thomas EDRINGTON Anne 9695 F 4-Oct 1672 England Hampshire Portsmouth Saint Thomas ETHERINGTON Charles 6851 M 5-Aug 1677 England Hampshire Portsmouth Saint Thomas ETHERINGTON Ann 5434 F 6-Jan 1687 England Hampshire Portsmouth Saint Thomas ETHERINGTON Anne 5444 F 27-Oct 1689 England Hampshire Portsmouth Saint Thomas ETHERINGTON Hannah 5459 F 25-Sep 1693 England Hampshire Portsmouth Saint Thomas EDRINGTON Mary F 17-Mar 1703 England Hampshire Portsmouth Saint Thomas EDRINGTON Richard M 20-Feb 1705 England Hampshire Portsmouth Saint Thomas EDRINGTON Anne 9713 F 27-Sep 1705 England Hampshire Portsmouth Saint Thomas EDRINGTON Mary F 26-Sep 1707 England Hampshire Portsmouth Saint Thomas EDDINGTON Mary 8975 F 12-Sep 1708 England Hampshire Portsmouth Saint Thomas EDERINGTON Elizabeth 9850 F 21-Jun 1709 England Hampshire Portsmouth Saint Thomas ETHERTON Antony M 3-Nov 1639 England Hampshire Romsey EDDINGTON James 8293 M 7-Sep 1669 England Hampshire Winchester Saint Maurice EDINGTON Joseph 8781 M 4-Dec 1670 England Hampshire Winchester Saint Maurice EDDINGTON Marget 8824 F 14-Aug 1580 England Hampshire Wonston EDINGTON Margerye 8896 F 19-Feb 1587 England Hampshire Wonston EDINGTON Elizabeth 7953 F 5-Jun 1614 England Hampshire Wonston EDINGTON Barbara 7568 F 24-May 1616 England Hampshire Wonston EDINGTON Mary 8937 F 26-Feb 1618 England Hampshire Wonston EDDINGTON Jane 8427 F 9-Jan 1629 England Hampshire Wonston EDINGTON Susan 9376 F 12-Jul 1643 England Hampshire Wonston EDDINGTON Elizabeth 7969 F 4-Oct 1645 England Hampshire Wonston EDINGTON Margery 8898 F 12-Jul 1653 England Hampshire Wonston ETHERTON Anthony M 29-Mar 1677 England Hereford Aston Ingham EARINGTON M 26-Jul 1662 England Hereford Grendon Bishop EDINTUN Sarah 9652 F 26-Jan 1800 England Hereford Hentland HARRINGTON Anne F 1-Feb 1761 England Hereford Kimbolton HARRINTON Hannah F 4-Feb 1770 England Hereford Kimbolton HARRINTON Ann F 28-Aug 1791 England Hereford Kimbolton ETHERTON Anne F 13-Nov 1737 England Hereford Llanrothal HARRINGTON Anne F 5-Nov 1788 England Hereford Puddlestone EARINTON Ann F 16-Jan 1693 England Hereford Stoke Prior HERRINGTON Anne F 21-Aug 1726 England Hereford Stoke Prior HERRINGTON Anne F 10-May 1740 England Hereford Stoke Prior HERRINGTON Ann F 1-May 1796 England Hereford Stoke Prior HERRINGTON Anne F 10-Oct 1643 England Hereford Yarkhill HERRINGTON And M 18-Dec 1645 England Hereford Yarkhill ADINGTON Christophe 3864 M 22-May 1573 England Hertford Abbots Langley HETHERINGTON Anne 5343 F 18-Aug 1644 England Hertford Abbots Langley HERRINGTON Hannah F 30-Jan 1726 England Hertford Aldenham HERRINGTON Anne F 7-May 1758 England Hertford Aldenham ADDINGTON Mary 4936 F 5-Feb 1799 England Hertford Chipping Barnet ADDINGTON Harriet 4232 F 7-Jun 1800 England Hertford Chipping Barnet HERRINGTON Anna F 27-Aug 1738 England Hertford Gilstone HARRINGTON Ann F 10-Nov 1622 England Hertford Ridge HARINGTON Adarie F 11-Feb 1631 England Hertford Ridge ADDINGTON Mary 4869 F 19-Sep 1725 England Hertford Saint Albans Saint Peter ADDINGTON Ann 3714 F 8-Apr 1787 England Hertford Saint Albans Dagnall Lane Old ADDINGTON Elizabeth 4054 F 15-Feb 1789 England Hertford Saint Albans Dagnall Lane Old ADDINGTON 3509 M 1792 England Hertford Saint Albans Dagnall Lane Old ADDINGTON 3512 F 1794 England Hertford Saint Albans Dagnall Lane Old ADDINGTON 3518 M 1796 England Hertford Saint Albans Dagnall Lane Old ADDINGTON 3521 F 1-Jul 1798 England Hertford Saint Albans Dagnall Lane Old HERRINGTON Ann F 3-Oct 1708 England Hertford Sawbridgeworth HARRINGTON Ann F 4-Feb 1738 England Hertford Sawbridgeworth HERRINGTON Ann F 12-Jun 1763 England Hertford Sawbridgeworth HARRINGTON Ann F 3-Sep 1775 England Hertford Sawbridgeworth ADDINGTON Ann 3724 F 6-Nov 1796 England Hertford Stevenage ADDINGTON Eleanor 3937 F 5-Feb 1726 England Hertford Widford ADDINGTON Ann Mrs 3720 F 15-Feb 1789 England Hertford ADDINGTON Mary 4892 F 10-May 1753 England Huntingdon Saint Ives Presbyterian Or HEARNDEN Ann F 27-May 1796 England Kent CanterburySaint Alphege HERRINGTON Ann F 18-Apr 1790 England Kent Chatham HERENDEN Alis F 6-Oct 1566 England Kent Cranbrook ADDINGTON Mary Ann 4933 F 19-Oct 1796 England Kent Dartford HARRINGTON Ann F 28-Jan 1761 England Kent Gravesend HARENDEN Aaron M 5-Oct 1633 England Kent Hunton The Ethington Family Organization Page 136

137 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland HARRINGTON Alice F 9-Dec 1753 England Kent Milton By Graves Saint Peter And ETHERINGTON Charles C 6915 M 29-Sep 1794 England Kent Rochester Saint Nicholas HEARNDEN AMOS M 18-Jul 1773 England Kent Saint Werburgh H EDDINGTON James 8412 M 21-Oct 1798 England Kent Sheerness HEARNDEN Anne F 28-Dec 1784 England Kent Wateringbury HEARNDEN Alice F 26-Sep 1790 England Kent Wateringbury HEARNDEN Ann F 27-Jul 1706 England Kent West Peckham HETHERINGTON Thomas 504 M 5-Mar 1774 Scotland Kirkcudbright Kirkcudbright HETHERINGTON Joseph 347 M 6-Oct 1776 Scotland Kirkcudbright Kirkcudbright HETHERINGTON Anne 93 F 14-Dec 1777 Scotland Kirkcudbright Kirkcudbright HETHERINGTON Mary 409 F 27-Mar 1796 Scotland Lanark Barony EDINGTON George 1371 M 29-Apr 1793 Scotland Lanark Carnwath HETHERTOWN Elizabeth 589 F Apr 1753 Scotland Lanark Crawfordjohn EDINGTOUNE Elspit 3007 F 16-Jun 1668 Scotland Lanark Lanark HARRINGTON M 1620 England Lancashire Aldingham EDRINGTON Richard M 23-Jul 1727 England Lancashire Astley ADINGTON Elizabeth 4020 F 11-Aug 1734 England Lancashire Astley HARRINGTON Ann F 26-Oct 1635 England Lancashire Bolton Saint Peter ATHERINGTON Alice 5175 F 13-Jun 1675 England Lancashire Broughton Near P HETHERINGTON Hannah 6200 F 25-Feb 1779 England Lancashire Burton EDRINGTON James 9992 M 23-Jan 1682 England Lancashire Bury Saint Mary HERRINGTON Ann F 24-Mar 1710 England Lancashire Bury Saint Mary ETHERINGTON Anne 5856 F 10-Apr 1757 England Lancashire ch. Kirby Irelet ETHERINGTON Abraham 5069 M 18-Nov 1677 England Lancashire Chipping HETHERINGTON Hannah 5807 F 31-Aug 1751 England Lancashire Claughton Near L EDRINGTON Thomas M 28-Jun 1702 England Lancashire Garstang EDRINGTON Thomas M 28-Jun 1702 England Lancashire Garstang EDERINGTON Jno M 18-Jun 1704 England Lancashire Garstang EDRINGTON Elisabeth 9845 F 8-Dec 1706 England Lancashire Garstang EDRINGTON Elizabeth 9844 F 8-Dec 1706 England Lancashire Garstang EDDERINGTON Mary F 20-Jan 1734 England Lancashire Garstang EDDERINGTON Mary F 20-Jan 1734 England Lancashire Garstang ETHERINGTON Ann 6469 F 5-Mar 1795 England Lancashire Garstang Saint Mary-Rc ADDINGTON Katherina 3815 F 6-Apr 1623 England Lancashire Hale EDRINGTON Elizabeth 9866 F 19-Nov 1738 England Lancashire Halton EDRINGTON Robert M 17-Aug 1740 England Lancashire Halton EDRINGTON Ellen 9810 F 9-May 1742 England Lancashire Halton EDERINGTON Elizabeth 9870 F 10-Mar 1744 England Lancashire Halton ETHERINGTON Agnes 5141 F 6-May 1792 England Lancashire Heysham HARRINGTON Ann F 20-Jul 1588 England Lancashire Huyton By Roby HARRINGTON Ann F 16-Apr 1600 England Lancashire Huyton By Roby HARRINGTON Ann F 22-Oct 1600 England Lancashire Huyton By Roby HARRINGTON Ann F 6-May 1682 England Lancashire Huyton By Roby ETHERINGTON Anne 5861 F 10-Apr 1757 England Lancashire Kirkby Ireleth ETHERINGTON Alice 5195 F 11-May 1736 England Lancashire Kirkham Wharles EDDERINGTON Ellen 9801 F 29-Jan 1643 England Lancashire Lancaster Saint Mary EDERINGTON Robert M 3-Sep 1648 England Lancashire Lancaster Saint Mary EDDERINGTON Elisabeth 9828 F 5-Jan 1651 England Lancashire Lancaster Saint Mary EDDERINGTON John M 9-Jan 1653 England Lancashire Lancaster Saint Mary EDRINGTON Edmund 9780 M 3-Feb 1662 England Lancashire Lancaster Saint Mary EDRINGTON John M 24-May 1663 England Lancashire Lancaster Saint Mary EDDERINGTON Anne 9690 F 30-Sep 1666 England Lancashire Lancaster Saint Mary EDERINGTON Robert M 9-Feb 1668 England Lancashire Lancaster Saint Mary EDERINGTON Robert M 7-Nov 1696 England Lancashire Lancaster Saint Mary EDDERINGTON Ellen 9808 F 9-Nov 1701 England Lancashire Lancaster Saint Mary EDRINGTON Joseph M 25-Jun 1704 England Lancashire Lancaster Saint Mary EDRINGTON Daniel 9766 M 10-Dec 1707 England Lancashire Lancaster Saint Mary ETHERINGTON Catherine 6831 F 2-Jul 1769 England Lancashire Lancaster Saint Mary EDERINGTON John M 11-Dec 1774 England Lancashire Lancaster Saint Mary ETHRINGTON 5023 F 9-Feb 1718 England Lancashire Liverpool St. Nicholas HARRINGTON Ann F 9-Jun 1799 England Lancashire Liverpool Saint Peter ETHERINGTON Ann 5790 F 14-Oct 1750 England Lancashire Manchester Cathedral ETHERINGTON Anne 5857 F 10-Apr 1757 England Lancashire of Gargrove HEDDRINGTON Ann 5736 F 16-Jun 1741 England Lancashire of Parkhouse HEDDRINGTON Agnes 5130 F 18-Sep 1743 England Lancashire of Parkhouse HARRINGTON Ann F 26-Oct 1635 England Lancashire of Tong Bolton The Ethington Family Organization Page 137

138 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland EDRINGTON Mary F 10-Jan 1658 England Lancashire of Walton-le-dal ETHRINGTON Ann 5376 F 22-Apr 1666 England Lancashire OLDHAM Saint Mary ETHERINGTON Anna 5472 F 11-Mar 1694 England Lancashire OLDHAM Saint Mary ETHERINGTON Charles 6860 M 19-Sep 1697 England Lancashire OLDHAM Saint Mary ETHERINGTON Anne 5603 F 12-Nov 1721 England Lancashire OLDHAM Saint Mary EATHERINGTON Anne 5619 F 29-Nov 1724 England Lancashire OLDHAM Saint Mary EATHERINGTON Hannah 5665 F 24-May 1730 England Lancashire OLDHAM Saint Mary ETHERINGTON Charls 6874 M 16-Jan 1732 England Lancashire OLDHAM Saint Mary EATHERINGTON Charles 6878 M 28-Mar 1735 England Lancashire OLDHAM Saint Mary ETHERINGTON Anne 5743 F 22-Oct 1742 England Lancashire OLDHAM Saint Mary ETHERINGTON Anne 5804 F 31-Mar 1751 England Lancashire OLDHAM Saint Mary ETHERINGTON Anne 5858 F 17-Apr 1757 England Lancashire OLDHAM Saint Mary ETHERINGTON Charles 6897 M 15-Apr 1764 England Lancashire OLDHAM Saint Mary ETHERINGTON Hannah 6307 F 10-Jun 1787 England Lancashire OLDHAM Saint Mary ETHERINGTON Hannah 6345 F 23-Aug 1789 England Lancashire OLDHAM Saint Mary ETHERINGTON Charles 6909 M 13-Oct 1793 England Lancashire OLDHAM Saint Mary ETHERINGTON Chas M 29-Jan 1797 England Lancashire OLDHAM Saint Mary ETHERINGTON Ann 6579 F 21-Dec 1800 England Lancashire OLDHAM Saint Mary HARRINGTON Ann F 28-Mar 1690 England Lancashire Ormskirk EDDRINGTON R F 1-May 1731 England Lancashire Over Kellet ETHERINGTON Alice 5198 F 18-Jul 1739 England Lancashire Preston ETHERINGTON Alice 5235 F 16-Mar 1794 England Lancashire Preston Saint John ETHERINGTON Alice 5238 F 23-Oct 1796 England Lancashire Preston Saint John EDERINGTON Cuthbert 9762 M 5-Nov 1763 England Lancashire Saint Michael On EDERINGTON Margt F 3-Feb 1694 England Lancashire Samlesbury HETHERINGTON Nancy 6382 F 14-Aug 1791 England Lancashire Samlesbury EDRINGTON Sarah F 21-Sep 1776 England Lancashire Scorton Saint Mary And S ADDINGTONN Andrew 3589 M 17-May 1615 England Lancashire Stalmine HEDDRINGTON Anne 5737 F 16-Jun 1741 England Lancashire Tunstall EDRINGTON Agnes 9664 F 18-Sep 1743 England Lancashire Tunstall EDRINGTON Ellin 9812 F 8-Mar 1747 England Lancashire Tunstall HARRINGTON Anna F 29-Jan 1609 England Lancashire Urswick HARRINGTON Ann F 18-Oct 1614 England Lancashire Urswick HARRINGTON Ann F 2-Jun 1661 England Lancashire Urswick HARRINGTON Anne F 29-Jan 1609 England Lancashire Urswick In Furne HARRINGTON Ann F 18-Oct 1614 England Lancashire Urswick In Furne HARRINGTON Ann F 23-Jul 1637 England Lancashire Urswick In Furne HARINGTON Ann F 16-Jan 1643 England Lancashire Urswick In Furne HARRINGTON Ann F 2-Jun 1661 England Lancashire Urswick In Furne HARRINGTON Allice F 2-Jan 1721 England Lancashire Urswick In Furne EDRINGTON Ellen 9805 F 6-Oct 1678 England Lancashire Walton-le-dale EDRINGTON Elizabeth 9836 F 5-Dec 1686 England Lancashire Walton-le-dale EDRINGTON Mary F 10-Jan 1658 England Lancashire Walton Le Dale EDRINGTON Ellin 9806 F 6-Oct 1678 England Lancashire Walton Le Dale ETHERINGTON Abagail 5056 F 12-Nov 1620 England Lancashire Warrington ETHERINGTON Abagal 5057 F 12-Nov 1620 England Lancashire Warrington ADINGTON James 4303 M 27-Apr 1690 England Lancashire Warton Near Lanc ETHERINGTON Alicia 5210 F 28-Oct 1775 England Lancashire Wesham Mowbreck Or The HETHRINGTON Ann 5917 F 23-Mar 1761 England Lancashire Wigan EATHERTON Ellizabeth 7104 F 31-Dec 1614 England Lancashire Winwick HETHERINGTON C 6964 M 23-Sep 1610 England Lancashire Woodplumpton EDDERINTON Jhn M 6-Jan 1737 England Lancashire Woodplumpton ETHERINGTON Ann 6039 F 22-Oct 1769 England Lancashire Woodplumpton ETHERINGTON Nancy 6089 F 6-Sep 1772 England Lancashire Woodplumpton ERRINGTON Ann F 3-Nov 1779 England Leicester Ashby De La Zouc ETHERINGTON Agnis 5079 F 8-Nov 1569 England Leicester Bottesford HARRINGTON Alice F 14-Oct 1793 England Leicester Ibstock HARRINGTON Ann F 25-Jun 1780 England Leicester Kibworth Beaucha HARRINGTON M 9-Jan 1597 England Leicester Leicester Saint Martin ETHERINTON Anne 5405 F 7-Jul 1678 England Leicester Leicester St. Margaret ETHERINGTON Barbara 6650 F 20-Oct 1685 England Leicester Leicester St. Margaret ETHRINGTON Anna 5437 F 11-Nov 1687 England Leicester Leicester St. Margaret ADDINGTON Jno M 7-Sep 1762 England Leicester Leicester Great Meeting Pr ERINGTON Alice F 10-Apr 1719 England Leicester Melton Mowbray HETHERINGTON Anne 5523 F 16-Feb 1705 England Leicester Plungar ETHERINGTON Hannah 5740 F 28-Jan 1741 England Leicester Scalford The Ethington Family Organization Page 138

139 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland HARRINGTON Anne F 7-Apr 1568 England Leicester Thornton HARRINGTON M 30-Nov 1654 England Leicester Thornton HARINGTON M 2-Aug 1656 England Leicester Thornton ERINGTON Ann F 23-Dec 1610 England Lincoln Aslackby HARRINGTON Annamaria F 25-Jun 1664 England Lincoln Aswarby HARINGTON Anne F 30-Oct 1606 England Lincoln Belton By Granth EDINGTON Lawrence 8801 M 28-Oct 1629 England Lincoln Benniworth EDRINGTON Elizabeth 9817 F 24-Mar 1575 England Lincoln Bicker ETHERINGTON Ane 5322 F 3-Aug 1627 England Lincoln Blyborough HARRINGTON Anna Mar F 25-Jun 1664 England Lincoln Boothby Pagnell ETHERINGTON Anne 5320 F 1-Apr 1622 England Lincoln Cawkwell ADYNGTON Anne 3593 F 12-Jul 1562 England Lincoln Crowland ADDINGTON John Kem 4520 M 22-Jan 1767 England Lincoln Crowland EDRINGTONE Henrye 9964 M 10-Dec 1587 England Lincoln Donington-In-Hol EDERINGTON Ellen 9800 F 15-Sep 1594 England Lincoln Donington-In-Hol EDDRENTON Jacobus 9987 M 30-May 1561 England Lincoln East Halton EDDRENTON Jane F 16-Feb 1565 England Lincoln East Halton EDRENTON Alis 9667 F 10-Dec 1592 England Lincoln East Halton ETHERINGTON Ann 5768 F 17-Dec 1747 England Lincoln Epworth ETHERINGTON Hannah 6249 F 18-Feb 1782 England Lincoln Epworth HARINGTON Anna F 29-Apr 1610 England Lincoln Fillingham HARRINGTON Alice F 17-Mar 1582 England Lincoln Frampton HARRINGTON Anne F 28-Aug 1608 England Lincoln Frampton HARINTONE Ane F 20-Aug 1587 England Lincoln Gainsborough HARINGTON Alex M Mar 1614 England Lincoln Gainsborough HARRINTON Anne F 4-Sep 1616 England Lincoln Gainsborough HARRINGTON Anne F 15-Nov 1620 England Lincoln Gainsborough HARINGTON An F 26-Jul 1621 England Lincoln Gainsborough HARINGTON Anne F 19-Sep 1621 England Lincoln Gainsborough HARINGTON Alce F 3-May 1622 England Lincoln Gainsborough EATHERINGTON Benjamin 6693 M 12-Apr 1746 England Lincoln Gainsborough ETHERINGTON Ann 6156 F 27-Mar 1776 England Lincoln Gainsborough ETHERINGTON Ann 6351 F 5-Jul 1789 England Lincoln Gainsborough ERINGTON Agneta F 18-Oct 1576 England Lincoln Gayton-Le-Marsh HARRYNGTON M 13-Jan 1577 England Lincoln Grantham HARRINTON Anne F 7-Oct 1753 England Lincoln Great Ponton HARINGTON Anne F 23-Sep 1609 England Lincoln Greatford HARRINGTON An F 16-Feb 1589 England Lincoln Grimsby Saint James HARRINGTON Alice F 4-Aug 1565 England Lincoln Holywell HARRINGTON Ann F 16-Jun 1570 England Lincoln Holywell HARRINTON Agnes F 20-Feb 1565 England Lincoln Horncastle HARRINGTON Ann F 23-Jul 1587 England Lincoln Horncastle HARRINGTON Anne F 20-Jun 1590 England Lincoln Horncastle HARRINGTON Anne F 6-Mar 1605 England Lincoln Horncastle HARRINGTON Anne F 18-Jan 1612 England Lincoln Horncastle ETHERINGTON Ann 5354 F 17-Oct 1653 England Lincoln Horncastle HARRINGTON Agnes F 27-Apr 1578 England Lincoln Kirton In Hollan HARRINTON Agnes F 16-Sep 1593 England Lincoln Kirton In Hollan HARRINGTON Agnes F 2-Feb 1599 England Lincoln Kirton In Hollan HARRINGTON Alice F 13-Oct 1611 England Lincoln Kirton In Hollan HARRINGTON M 23-Jul 1637 England Lincoln Kirton In Hollan HARRINGTON Alicia F 7-Oct 1666 England Lincoln Kirton In Hollan ADDINGTON Edward 3898 M 16-Mar 1605 England Lincoln Langtoft ADDINGTON Margerye 4758 F 7-Feb 1612 England Lincoln Langtoft ADDINGTON Margerye 4760 F 9-Mar 1616 England Lincoln Langtoft ADDINGTON Marye 4797 F 31-May 1620 England Lincoln Langtoft ADDINGTON Mary 4805 F 4-Aug 1638 England Lincoln Langtoft ADDINGTON Marie 4822 F 21-Mar 1661 England Lincoln Langtoft ADDINGTON Elisabeth 4000 F 5-May 1702 England Lincoln Langtoft HARINGTON Alice F May 1704 England Lincoln Langtoft ETHERINGTON Anne 5326 F 21-Jan 1632 England Lincoln Langton By Wragb ATTETON Bennite 3479 M 8-Nov 1697 England Lincoln Lincoln Saint Botolph ETHERINTON Ann 5568 F 3-Jul 1715 England Lincoln Lincoln Saint Mary Magda ETHERINGTON Anna 5324 F 20-Sep 1629 England Lincoln Lissington ADDINGTON Johan 4398 F 20-Nov 1575 England Lincoln Long Sutton ADDINGTON Doretie 3885 F 16-Mar 1577 England Lincoln Long Sutton ADDINGTON Em 4127 F 24-Mar 1590 England Lincoln Long Sutton HERRINGTON Ann F 11-May 1707 England Lincoln Long Sutton EDRINGTON Anna 9708 F 22-Mar 1703 England Lincoln Middle Rasen Tup EDRINGTON Johannes M 22-Mar 1703 England Lincoln Middle Rasen Tup The Ethington Family Organization Page 139

140 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland EDRINGTON Jana F 20-Mar 1706 England Lincoln Middle Rasen Tup ETHINGTON Marcus M 3-Mar 1711 England Lincoln Middle Rasen Tup ADDYNGTON Edmond 3894 M 14-Aug 1563 England Lincoln Moulton Near Spa ADDETON Alicia 3477 F 19-Aug 1576 England Lincoln Moulton Near Spa ETHERINGTON 5012 F May 1708 England Lincoln Partney ADDINGTON Jane 4350 F 20-Feb 1619 England Lincoln Pinchbeck ADDINGTON John 4428 M 2-Mar 1622 England Lincoln Pinchbeck ADDINGTON Alce 3568 F 6-Oct 1622 England Lincoln Pinchbeck ADDINGTON Elizabeth 3958 F 19-Feb 1625 England Lincoln Pinchbeck ADDINGTON Ann 3607 F 28-May 1626 England Lincoln Pinchbeck ADDINGTON John 4430 M 16-Oct 1628 England Lincoln Pinchbeck ADDINGTON Ann 3623 F 7-Dec 1645 England Lincoln Pinchbeck ADDINGTON Ann 3625 F 27-Jan 1649 England Lincoln Pinchbeck ADDINGTON Francis 4180 M 2-Feb 1650 England Lincoln Pinchbeck ADDINGTON John 4447 M 17-Mar 1652 England Lincoln Pinchbeck ADDINGTON Ann 3633 F 29-Apr 1655 England Lincoln Pinchbeck HARRINGTON Anne F 2-Mar 1622 England Lincoln Spalding HARRINGTON Anne F 3-Mar 1622 England Lincoln Spalding HARRINGTON Alice F 10-Feb 1659 England Lincoln Spalding HARRINGTON Anne F 24-Nov 1705 England Lincoln Spalding HARRINGTON Alice F 10-Dec 1707 England Lincoln Spalding HARRINGTON Ann F 3-Feb 1733 England Lincoln Spalding HARRINGTON Ann F 24-Dec 1749 England Lincoln Spalding ETHERINGTON Anne 5408 F 30-Mar 1679 England Lincoln Spilsby HEUERINGTON Ann F 25-Nov 1705 England Lincoln Spilsby HERRINGTON Hannah F 10-Sep 1735 England Lincoln Spilsby HARRINGTON Ann F 24-Jan 1702 England Lincoln Stamford Saint George HARRINGTON Anne F 26-Feb 1742 England Lincoln Stamford Saint George ADDINGTON Alice 3583 F 16-Dec 1786 England Lincoln Stamford Saint John ADDINGTON Frances 4161 F 20-Feb 1799 England Lincoln Stamford Saint George ADDINGTON Mary 4914 F 17-Apr 1773 England Lincoln Swineshead ADDINGTON Mary 4917 F 25-Aug 1775 England Lincoln Swineshead HARRINGTON Alice F 28-Feb 1590 England Lincoln Uffington HARRINGTON Anne F 3-Jun 1604 England Lincoln Uffington HARRINGTON Ann F 19-Jan 1639 England Lincoln Uffington HARRINGTON Alic F 15-Jun 1665 England Lincoln Uffington HARRINGTON Ann F 7-Mar 1668 England Lincoln Uffington ETHERINGTON Alexader 5150 M 1-Feb 1623 England Lincoln Wickenby ETHERINTON Ann 5357 F 3-Sep 1658 England Lincoln Willoughby With ETHERINTON Ambrose 5246 M 27-Mar 1659 England Lincoln Willoughby With ETHERINGTON Ambrosius 5248 M 17-Jan 1667 England Lincoln Willoughby With ETHERINGHTON 4987 M 23-Mar 1672 England Lincoln Willoughby With HARINGTON M 18-Nov 1624 England Lincoln Witham-On-The-Hi HARINGTON Anna F 13-Jun 1627 England Lincoln Witham-On-The-Hi EDRINGTON John M 26-Aug 1599 England Lincoln Woolsthorpe Near ETHERINGHTON Anne 5312 F 12-Jul 1602 England Lincoln Woolsthorpe Near EDINGTON Thomas 9397 M 26-Jul 1606 England London Bermondsey Saint Mary Magda HETHERINGTON Arthur 6626 M 10-Mar 1605 England London Clerkenwell Saint James HERRINGTON Ann F 20-May 1607 England London Enfield Saint Andrew HARRINGTON Ann F 13-Mar 1744 England London Enfield Saint Andrew ADDINGTON Christophe 3866 M 19-Feb 1733 England London Finsbury Saint Luke Old S HARRINGTON Anne E F 10-Mar 1776 England London Finsbury Saint Luke Old S HARRINGTON Anne F 6-Oct 1776 England London Finsbury Saint Luke Old S EDINGTON James 8389 M 7-Feb 1781 England London Finsbury Saint Luke Old S HARRINGTON Ann F 4-Oct 1776 England London Hackney Saint John HARRINGTON Ann F 7-Jul 1611 England London Holborn St.Andrew ETHERINGTON 4979 M 15-May 1644 England London Holborn St.Andrew HARRINGTON Anne F 19-Sep 1666 England London Holborn St.Andrew ADINGTON Edward 3910 M 24-Oct 1733 England London Holborn Saint Andrew ADDINGTON Elizabeth 4030 F 26-Aug 1753 England London Holborn Lying In Hospita ADDINGTON Mary 4895 F 12-Jun 1755 England London Holborn Saint Andrew ADDINGTON Henry 4250 M 30-Jun 1757 England London Holborn Saint Andrew ADDINGTON John Hiley 4510 M 11-Sep 1759 England London Holborn Saint Andrew HARRINGTON Ann F 18-Sep 1761 England London Holborn Saint Andrew EDERINGTON Mary F 12-Jan 1775 England London Holborn Lying In Hospita EATHERTON Charlotte 7093 F 22-Mar 1787 England London Holborn Lying In Hospita ADDINGTON James 4318 M 26-Apr 1789 England London Holborn Saint Andrew HARRINGTON Anna Mari F 2-Dec 1729 England London Lewisham Saint Mary The Ethington Family Organization Page 140

141 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland ETHERINGTON Katurne 6752 F 13-Dec 1545 England London London Saint Antholin B ETHERINGTON Katherine 6754 F 13-Dec 1545 England London London ADDINGTON Margaret 4722 F 4-Aug 1570 England London London Saint Mary The V ANDINGTON John 4404 M 7-Mar 1576 England London London St. Botolph With HARRINGTON Anne F 8-Nov 1590 England London London St. Botolph With HARENDEN Anne F 8-Aug 1591 England London London St. Vedast Foste HERENDEN Alice F 18-Jan 1601 England London London St. Vedast Foste ETHRINGTON Benjamin 6691 M 24-Dec 1602 England London London St Michael Cornh ETHRINGTON Benjamin 6690 M 24-Dec 1602 England London London ADDINGTON Ann 3603 F 1-May 1607 England London London Saint James Garl EDDINGTON Ann 7362 F 8-Oct 1609 England London London Saint Botolph Bi ADDINGTON John 4414 M 2-Jul 1609 England London London Saint James Garl HERENDEN Anne F 3-Sep 1609 England London London St. Vedast Foste ETHRINGTON Bezaleell 6714 M 3-Jun 1610 England London London St Michael Cornh ETHRINGTON Bezaleel 6713 M 3-Jun 1610 England London London ADDINGTON John 4420 M 2-Feb 1612 England London London Saint James Garl HARRINGTON Abigail F 10-Oct 1613 England London London Saint Dionis Bac HARRINGTON Abraham M 10-Sep 1618 England London London St. Botolph With HERRENDON Alexander M 14-Mar 1619 England London London Saint Dunstan In ADDINGTON Barbara 3795 F 24-Sep 1620 England London London St. Giles Crippl ERRINGTON Anne F 18-May 1623 England London London St. Nicholas Col ADDINGTON Elsabeth 3960 F 14-Aug 1625 England London London St. Nicholas Col ADDINGTON Henry 4245 M 11-Apr 1627 England London London St. Giles Crippl ADDINGTON Anne 3609 F 31-Oct 1630 England London London St. Giles Crippl HARRINGTON An F Jan 1633 England London London St. Botolph With ADINGTON John 4437 M 22-May 1633 England London London St. Giles Crippl ADDINGTON Georg 4195 M Jan 1637 England London London St. Botolph With HARRINGTON An F Aug 1638 England London London St. Botolph With ADDINGTON Anne 3616 F 30-Nov 1638 England London London St. Giles Crippl ADDINGTON James 4295 M 10-Jun 1640 England London London St. Giles Crippl ADDINGTON Mary 4808 F 21-Jul 1641 England London London Saint Giles Crip EDINGTON Tho M 31-Jan 1643 England London London Saint Giles Crip ADDINGTON Ann 3621 F 30-Apr 1643 England London London Saint Giles Crip HARRINGTON M 13-Jul 1643 England London London St. Martin Orgar HARRINGTON M 26-Feb 1647 England London London St. Lawrence Jew HARRINGTON Ann F 3-Feb 1650 England London London Saint Giles Crip EDRINGTON John M 7-Jan 1654 England London London Saint Katherine HARRINGTON Ann F 11-Sep 1654 England London London Saint Olave Hart HARRINGTON Angell F 20-Dec 1660 England London London Saint Olave Hart EDRINGTON Willi M 21-Apr 1661 England London London Saint Giles Crip HARRINGTON Ann F 6-Dec 1666 England London London Saint Olave Hart EDINGTON Mary 8951 F 5-Sep 1669 England London London Saint Stephan Co EDINGTON James 8295 M 21-Dec 1670 England London London Saint Stephan Co ETHERTON Anne F 19-Jan 1671 England London London Saint Katherine EDINGTON Jane 8440 F 31-Jan 1675 England London London Saint Giles Crip HARRINGTON Anne F 22-Apr 1677 England London London Saint Giles Crip ADINGTON Elizabeth 3985 F 23-Sep 1677 England London London St. Sepulchre ETHERTON Allexand M 12-Apr 1685 England London London Saint Giles Crip ADDINGTON John 4469 M 9-May 1686 England London London Holy Trinity The ADDINGTON Elizabeth 3993 F 26-Aug 1688 England London London Holy Trinity The EDRINGTON Charles 9751 M 3-Jan 1688 England London London Saint Mary At Hi EDDINGTON Anne 7393 F 26-Dec 1689 England London London Saint Mary At Hi EDINGTON Mary 8964 F 18-Nov 1690 England London London Saint Mary At Hi ADDINGTON Ann 3647 F 27-Sep 1691 England London London Holy Trinity The ADDINGTON Mary 4848 F 20-Dec 1691 England London London Saint Ann Blackf HERENDEN Anne F 8-Sep 1692 England London London St Stephen Walbr ADDINGTON John 4476 M 1-Jul 1694 England London London Saint Ann Blackf ADDINGTON Frances 4141 F 21-May 1696 England London London St. Andrew Holbo HARRINGTON Anne F 28-Jan 1700 England London London Saint Mary Mount ADINGTON Charles 3821 M 12-May 1700 England London London St. Mary Alderma ERINGTON Ann F 3-Jan 1709 England London London Saint Botolph Wi HETHERINGTON Anthony 6601 M 15-Jun 1709 England London London St. Andrew Holbo HETHERINGTON Ann 5547 F 12-Aug 1710 England London London St. Andrew Holbo EDERINGTON Thomas M 29-Jan 1711 England London London St. Olave Silver EDERINGTON Mary F 11-Mar 1715 England London London St. Sepulchre ADDINGTON Elizabeth 4011 F 7-Jun 1716 England London London Saint Dunstan In ADDINGTON John 4490 M 27-Sep 1722 England London London Saint Dunstan In EDDINGTON Joseph 8786 M 9-Jan 1725 England London London St. Sepulchre ETHERINGTON C 7054 M 3-Jul 1726 England London London St. Ann Blackfri ERRINGTON Andrew C M 1-Nov 1730 England London 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142 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland ADDINGTON Innocent 4281 M 9-Sep 1731 England London London Saint Dunstan In EDINGTON Ann 7419 F 6-Mar 1733 England London London St. Botolph With HERRINGTON Ann F 5-Sep 1742 England London London Saint Thomas The EDINGTON Elizabeth 8037 F 9-Sep 1744 England London London St. Sepulchre HARRINGTON Ann F 21-Aug 1745 England London London St. Giles Crippl EDINGTON John 8710 M 8-Feb 1746 England London London St. Sepulchre ADDINGTON Caroline 3807 F 21-Sep 1753 England London London Saint Dunstan In ADDINGTON John 4507 M 30-Sep 1756 England London London Saint Dunstan In HETHERINGTON Ann 5946 F 27-Apr 1763 England London London St. Mary Alderma HARRINGTON Hannh F 22-Jan 1769 England London London St. Ethelburga B HARRINGTON Anne F 18-Sep 1773 England London London London Wall Scot HERINGTON Hannah F 22-Oct 1775 England London London St. Sepulchre EDINGTON Sarah 9356 F 23-Jun 1776 England London London St. Giles Crippl EDDINGTON William 9604 M 8-Aug 1777 England London London Saint Katherine HARRINGTON Andrew M 15-Jul 1782 England London London St. Giles Crippl EDINGTON Penelope 9089 F 1-Sep 1782 England London London St. Giles Crippl ETHERTON Ann F 7-Mar 1784 England London London St. Giles Crippl EDINGTON John 8752 M 10-Sep 1789 England London London London Wall Scot EDINGTON Alexander 7275 M 28-Jun 1799 England London London London Wall Scot ADDINGTON Margeritt 4737 F 29-Jun 1625 England London Putney ADDINGTON Alice 3574 F 12-Jun 1633 England London Putney ADDINGTON Armena 3787 F 7-Jan 1638 England London Putney HARRINGTON Ann F 9-Nov 1757 England London Saint Pancras Foundling Hospit EDINGTON John Jam 8764 M 31-Jan 1797 England London Saint Pancras Old Church HARRINGTON Ann F 18-Feb 1797 England London Saint Pancras Old Church ETHERINGTON Ann 6385 F 25-Apr 1791 England London Shoreditch Saint Leonards HARRINGTON Ann F 13-Dec 1796 England London Shoreditch Saint Leonards EDDINGTON Mary 9061 F 28-Sep 1800 England London Shoreditch Saint Leonards HARRINGTON Abigall F 11-Feb 1643 England London Southwark Saint Olave HARRINGTON Ann F 11-Feb 1643 England London Southwark Saint Olave ERRINGTON Anna F 9-Nov 1653 England London Southwark Saint Olave HARRINGTON Anne F 13-Mar 1708 England London Southwark Christ Church HARRINGTON Alice F 1-Mar 1718 England London Southwark Saint Olave HARRINGTON Ann F 3-Jul 1722 England London Southwark Saint Olave EARANTON Ann F 23-Sep 1730 England London Southwark Saint Olave EDDINTON Tho 9428 M 6-Oct 1735 England London Southwark Saint Olave EADINGTON Joseph 8796 M 7-Dec 1800 England London Southwark Saint Olave EDDINGTON Thos 9448 M 12-May 1771 England London St. Marylebone Saint Mary-St. M EDINGTON Jno 8743 M 4-Apr 1773 England London St. Marylebone Saint Mary-St. M HETHRINGTON Kitty 6825 F 3-Feb 1774 England London St. Marylebone Saint Mary-St. M EDINGTON Jane 8469 F 13-Mar 1774 England London St. Marylebone Saint Mary-St. M EDINGTON Mary Ann 9036 F 2-Apr 1775 England London St. Marylebone Saint Mary-St. M EDDINGTON Elizth 8070 F 10-Dec 1776 England London St. Marylebone Saint Mary-St. M EDDINGTON James 8383 M 24-Aug 1777 England London St. Marylebone Saint Mary-St. M EDDINGTON Eliz 8075 F 31-May 1778 England London St. Marylebone Saint Mary-St. M EDINGTON Caroline 7586 F 23-May 1779 England London St. Marylebone Saint Mary-St. M EDDINGTON Martha 8930 F 9-Jan 1780 England London St. Marylebone Saint Mary-St. M EDDINGTON Thomas 9460 M 12-Apr 1789 England London St. Marylebone Saint Mary-St. M EDDINGTON Sarah 9359 F 24-Oct 1790 England London St. Marylebone Saint Mary-St. M ADDINGTON John A D 4538 M 10-Jan 1791 England London St. Marylebone Saint Mary-St. M EDDINGTON Jane 8482 F 7-Oct 1792 England London St. Marylebone Saint Mary-St. M EDDINGTON William 9622 M 24-Aug 1794 England London St. Marylebone Saint Mary-St. M EDDINGTON Sarah Mari 9362 F 16-Nov 1796 England London St. Marylebone Saint Mary-St. M EDDINGTON Joseph 8793 M 11-Dec 1796 England London St. Marylebone Saint Mary-St. M EDDINGTON George 8203 M 30-Dec 1796 England London St. Marylebone Saint Mary-St. M EDDINGTON Caecilia C 7626 F 30-Sep 1798 England London St. Marylebone Saint Mary-St. M EDDINGTON Willm M 14-Oct 1798 England London St. Marylebone Saint Mary-St. M EDDINGTON Charlotte 7676 F 16-Jun 1799 England London St. Marylebone Saint Mary-St. M EDDINGTON Richd M 6-Oct 1799 England London St. Marylebone Saint Mary-St. M EDINGTON Thos. Alf 9472 M 21-Dec 1800 England London St. Marylebone Saint Mary-St. M ADDINGTON Johnn 4406 M 20-Oct 1577 England London Stepney Saint Dunstan HARRINGTON Anne F Mar 1625 England London Stepney Saint Dunstan HARRINGTON Anne F 27-Jun 1634 England London Stepney Saint Dunstan ETHERINGTON Anne 5335 F Mar 1637 England London Stepney St. Mary Whitech The Ethington Family Organization Page 142

143 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland ADDINGTON Annah 3618 F 22-Mar 1638 England London Stepney Saint Dunstan ETHERINGTON Hannah 5338 F 29-Oct 1641 England London Stepney St. Mary Whitech ADDINGTON Alixander 3552 M 10-May 1646 England London Stepney Saint Dunstan EDINGTON Leonard 8803 M 16-Jul 1646 England London Stepney Saint Dunstan EDINGTON John 8615 M 3-Aug 1650 England London Stepney Saint Dunstan HARINGTON Anne F 18-Aug 1653 England London Stepney Saint Dunstan IRRINGTON Abigaell F 21-Mar 1661 England London Stepney Saint Dunstan ERRINGTON Alice F 22-Oct 1667 England London Stepney Saint Dunstan ADDINGTON John 4454 M 29-Mar 1668 England London Stepney Saint Dunstan ADINGTON Anne 3642 F 12-Oct 1668 England London Stepney Saint Dunstan ADDINGTON Elizabeth 3975 F 24-Oct 1669 England London Stepney Saint Dunstan ADDINGTON Elizabeth 3978 F 2-Apr 1671 England London Stepney Saint Dunstan ADDINGTON John 4457 M 19-Nov 1671 England London Stepney Saint Dunstan ADINGTON Laurance 4663 M 11-Feb 1675 England London Stepney Saint Dunstan EDINGTEN Mary 8955 F 1-Feb 1676 England London Stepney Saint Dunstan ERRINGTON Hannah F 13-Feb 1680 England London Stepney Saint Dunstan HERRINGTON Anne F 5-Nov 1681 England London Stepney Saint Dunstan EDINGTON Elizabeth 7990 F 23-Nov 1691 England London Stepney St. Mary Whitech ADINTON Mary 4856 F 30-Jul 1697 England London Stepney Saint Dunstan ADDINGTON Anne 3654 F 5-Aug 1697 England London Stepney Saint Dunstan ADINGTON Lydia 4718 F 28-Jan 1704 England London Stepney Saint Dunstan HETHARINTON Anne 5579 F 25-Feb 1717 England London Stepney St. Mary Whitech EDINGTON Elizabeth 8013 F 8-Mar 1718 England London Stepney Saint Dunstan ADDINGTON Mary 4874 F 30-Apr 1728 England London Stepney St. Mary Whitech HARINGTON Andrew M 4-Aug 1729 England London Stepney Saint George In HERRINGTON Andrew M 10-Dec 1731 England London Stepney Saint George In ETHERINGTON Anne 5687 F 12-Sep 1732 England London Stepney Saint George In HARRINGTON Anne F 12-Oct 1735 England London Stepney Saint George In EDDINGTON Sarah 9351 F 16-Dec 1753 England London Stepney St. Mary Whitech ETHERINGTON Anne 5971 F 8-Sep 1765 England London Stepney Pell Street Inde EDDINGTON Ann 7444 F 3-Feb 1765 England London Stepney St. Mary Whitech ETHERINGTON Charles 6903 M Oct 1786 England London Stepney St. Mary Whitech HARRINGTON Ann F Mar 1795 England London Stepney St. Mary Whitech EDINGTON Elizh F 5-Aug 1798 England London Stepney Saint Dunstan HARINGTON Anne F 25-Feb 1582 England London Stoke Newington Saint Mary ADDINGTON Henry 4243 M 6-Apr 1606 England London Westminster Saint Martin In ADDINGTON Jane 4348 F 29-May 1608 England London Westminster Saint Martin In ADINGTON Mary 4794 F 11-Mar 1610 England London Westminster Saint Martin In ADDINGTON Margaret 4728 F 26-Jun 1611 England London Westminster Saint Martin In ADDINGTON Margaret 4731 F 15-Nov 1612 England London Westminster Saint Martin In HARRINGTON Alicia F 17-Feb 1666 England London Westminster Saint Martin In ETHERINGTON Catherina 6768 F 23-Jan 1675 England London Westminster Saint Martin In HEDRINGTON Ann 5421 F 8-Apr 1683 England London Westminster Saint Martin In ADDINGTON John 4466 M 30-Mar 1684 England London Westminster Saint Martin In EDINGTON Charles 7637 M 5-Apr 1685 England London Westminster Saint Martin In ETHERINGTON Alice 5179 F 26-Aug 1691 England London Westminster Saint Martin In EDRINGTON Elizabeth 9847 F 31-Jul 1707 England London Westminster Saint Martin In ADDINGTON Elizabeth 4006 F 4-Apr 1711 England London Westminster Saint Martin In EDINGTON Elizabeth 8029 F 17-Sep 1727 England London Westminster Saint Anne Soho HETHERINGTON Anne 5684 F 6-Dec 1732 England London Westminster Saint Martin In ETHERINGTON Alice 5192 F 8-Apr 1733 England London Westminster Saint Martin In HETHERINGTON Charlot 6933 F 22-Feb 1740 England London Westminster Saint Clement Da HARRINGTON Anne F 13-Nov 1743 England London Westminster Saint John Smith EDDINGTON Mary 9020 F 1-Jan 1754 England London Westminster Saint Martin In HETHERINGTON Ann 5928 F 1-Jun 1762 England London Westminster Saint Martin In EDINGTON Elizabeth 8067 F 28-Dec 1772 England London Westminster Saint Martin In HETHERINGTON B 6682 M 30-Mar 1774 England London Westminster Saint Clement Da HETHERINGTON Ann 6127 F 5-Oct 1775 England London Westminster Saint Martin In EDINGTON Isabella 8265 F 8-Aug 1784 England London Westminster Saint Martin In ADDINGTON Frances E 4155 F 8-Nov 1787 England London Westminster Saint Martin In ADDINGTON Eliza 4057 F 7-Aug 1789 England London Westminster Saint Martin In ADDINGTON Emily Agn 4115 F 22-Jul 1791 England London Westminster Saint Martin In ETHERINGTON Ann 6428 F 3-Feb 1793 England London Westminster Saint Anne Soho ADDINGTON Elizabeth 4063 F 10-May 1793 England London Westminster Saint Martin In EDINGTON Carolina A 7589 F 24-May 1795 England London Westminster Saint Paul Coven ADINGTON James 4321 M 22-Dec 1799 England London 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144 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland ERRINGTON Anne F 31-Mar 1799 England London Westminster Saint Paul Coven ETHERINGTON Katurne 6751 F 13-Dec 1545 England London HERENDEN Alice F 18-Jan 1600 England London HETHERINGTON Arthur 6625 M 10-Mar 1605 England London HERENDEN Ann F 3-Sep 1609 England London EDINGTON Christian 1077 F 17-Feb 1774 Scotland Midlothian Cramond EDINGTON William 2765 M 26-Feb 1776 Scotland Midlothian Cramond EDINGTON Mary 2414 F 16-Aug 1777 Scotland Midlothian Cramond EDINGTON Kathrine 1032 F 1-Feb 1779 Scotland Midlothian Cramond EDINGTON John 2013 M 22-Sep 1780 Scotland Midlothian Cramond EDINGTON Margaret 2234 F 9-Feb 1782 Scotland Midlothian Cramond EDINGTON Thomas 2684 M 18-Jul 1783 Scotland Midlothian Cramond EDINGTON Janet 1864 F 22-Feb 1785 Scotland Midlothian Cramond EDINGTON James 1655 M 10-Nov 1786 Scotland Midlothian Cramond IDINGTOUN Marioun 3266 F 4-Apr 1609 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Canongate IDINGTOUN Elezabeth 3178 F 19-Feb 1611 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Canongate ETHINGTOUN Helene 3427 F 24-Jan 1613 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Edinburgh Parish ETHINGTOUN Alexander 3424 M 18-Jul 1613 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Edinburgh Parish IDINGTOUN William 3279 M 27-Aug 1615 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Canongate ETHINGTOUN Marione 3436 F 9-Mar 1615 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Edinburgh Parish IDINGTOUN Elezabeth 3180 F 21-Jan 1616 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Canongate ETHINGTOUN Patrik 3442 M 18-Jul 1616 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Edinburgh Parish ETHINGTOUN Jonet 3430 F 8-Jul 1617 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Edinburgh Parish IDINGTOUN Margaret 3244 F 6-Nov 1618 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Canongate ETHINGTOUN Margaret 3433 F 15-Nov 1618 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Edinburgh Parish EATHINGTOUN Marion 610 F 30-May 1619 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Edinburgh Parish ETHINGTOUN Agnes 3421 F 5-Sep 1619 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Edinburgh Parish EDINGTOUN Margaret 2950 F 16-Dec 1619 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Saint Cuthberts EDINGTOUN Alisone 2862 F 24-May 1621 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Saint Cuthberts EATHINGTOUN James 601 M 22-Nov 1633 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Edinburgh Parish EATHINGTOUN Margaret 607 F 26-Feb 1635 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Edinburgh Parish EATHINGTOUN Thomas 613 M 2-Nov 1636 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Edinburgh Parish EATHINGTOUN William 619 M 15-Oct 1639 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Edinburgh Parish EATHINGTOUN James 604 M 23-Oct 1642 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Edinburgh Parish EATHINGTOUN David 598 M 1-Aug 1647 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Edinburgh Parish EDRINGTOUN Agnes 3342 F 28-Nov 1647 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Edinburgh Parish EATHINGTOUN Thomas 616 M 2-Jul 1648 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Edinburgh Parish EDINGTOUN Thomas 2976 M 27-Feb 1658 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Canongate IDINGTOUN Jeane 3221 F 17-Aug 1662 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Canongate IDINGTOUN William 3281 M 14-Jul 1663 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Edinburgh Parish IDINGTOUN Margaret 3247 F 26-May 1667 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Canongate IDDINGTOUN William 3137 M 22-Dec 1672 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Canongate IDINGTOUN James 3198 M 24-Mar 1681 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Edinburgh Parish IDINGTOUN Gilbert 3186 M 25-Sep 1683 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Edinburgh Parish IDINGTOUN Heugh 3189 M 12-Mar 1685 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Edinburgh Parish IDINGTON Catharin 1013 F 10-May 1687 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Edinburgh Parish IDINGTOUN John 3238 M 15-Jul 1714 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Saint Cuthberts EDINGTOUN Marion 2959 F 4-Oct 1716 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Saint Cuthberts EDDINGTON Agatha 685 F 26-Jun 1779 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Saint Cuthberts EDDINGTON William 2783 M 13-Jun 1788 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Saint Cuthberts EDDINGTON Jean 1775 F 21-Jun 1788 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Saint Cuthberts EDDINGTON Ann 951 F 8-May 1790 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Saint Cuthberts EDINGTON James 1667 M 21-Nov 1794 Scotland Midlothian Edinburgh Saint Cuthberts EDINGTON William 2771 M 20-Jul 1781 Scotland Midlothian Inveresk With Mu EDINGTON John 2016 M 16-Dec 1782 Scotland Midlothian Inveresk With Mu IDINGTOUN Alexander 3154 M 27-Sep 1706 Scotland Midlothian Liberton IDINGTOUN James 3209 M 4-Jun 1708 Scotland Midlothian Liberton IDINGTOUN Robert 3274 M 4-Jun 1708 Scotland Midlothian Liberton EDINGTOUN David 2877 M 8-Sep 1710 Scotland Midlothian Liberton EDINGTOUN Thomas 2979 M 27-Apr 1712 Scotland Midlothian Liberton EDDINTON Anne 954 F 8-May 1792 Scotland Midlothian North Leith The Ethington Family Organization Page 144

145 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland IDINGTOUN Katrin 3166 F 30-Jun 1601 Scotland Midlothian South Leith EDINGTOUNE Margaret 3021 F 22-May 1608 Scotland Midlothian South Leith EDINGTOUNE Elesoun 3002 F 26-May 1611 Scotland Midlothian South Leith EDINGTOUN Elspet 2889 F 13-Apr 1617 Scotland Midlothian South Leith IDINGTOUNE Elisone 3286 F 26-Aug 1620 Scotland Midlothian South Leith IDINGTOUNE Marione 3291 F 7-Oct 1644 Scotland Midlothian South Leith IDINGTOUNE Rebecka 3294 F 9-Jul 1654 Scotland Midlothian South Leith EADINGTON Eupham 1280 F 20-Feb 1722 Scotland Midlothian South Leith EDINGTON Anne 942 F 7-Sep 1750 Scotland Midlothian South Leith ADDINGTON William 46 M 14-Mar 1767 Scotland Midlothian South Leith ADDINGTON Janet 43 F 12-Aug 1769 Scotland Midlothian South Leith EDINGTON Rachel 2548 F 7-Aug 1796 Scotland Midlothian South Leith HETHERINGTONE Ann 5427 F 8-Sep 1684 Ireland Monaghan Clones HATHERINGTON 5001 M 20-Feb 1697 Ireland Monaghan Clones HETHERINGTON 5005 M 13-Oct 1703 Ireland Monaghan Clones HERRINGTON Ann F 21-Mar 1629 England Norfolk Norwich St. Saviour EADDRINGTON 9657 F 8-Jan 1693 England Norfolk Norwich Saint John De Se EDDRINGTON Sarah F 20-Oct 1700 England Norfolk Norwich Saint John De Se EDDRENGTON Gregory 9946 M 17-Dec 1704 England Norfolk Norwich Saint John De Se EDDERRUNTON Gregory 9949 M 3-Mar 1705 England Norfolk Norwich Saint John De Se ETHRENTON An 5582 F 14-Mar 1717 England Norfolk Norwich Saint Helen EDDERRUNTON Sarah F 29-Sep 1720 England Norfolk Norwich Saint John De Se EDDERRONTON Edward 9782 M 18-Sep 1721 England Norfolk Norwich Saint John De Se HERRINGDONS Hannah F 28-Jan 1721 England Norfolk Norwich Saint Peter Manc EDDERRONTON Gregory 9952 M 31-Jul 1722 England Norfolk Norwich Saint John De Se EDDERRUNTON Aster 9896 F 25-Jul 1723 England Norfolk Norwich Saint John De Se EDRINTON Mary F 28-Feb 1724 England Norfolk Norwich Saint John De Se EDRINTON Edward 9785 M 26-Jun 1726 England Norfolk Norwich Saint John De Se EDRINTON Christin 9754 F 14-May 1727 England Norfolk Norwich Saint John De Se EDRINTON Eliz 9857 F 18-Feb 1728 England Norfolk Norwich Saint John De Se EDRINTON Edwd 9788 M 11-Apr 1730 England Norfolk Norwich Saint John De Se EDRINTON Grego 9955 M 22-Jan 1731 England Norfolk Norwich Saint John De Se EDRINTON John M 22-Jan 1731 England Norfolk Norwich Saint John De Se ETHERINGTON Charlotta 6930 F 6-Jun 1731 England Norfolk Norwich Saint Mary In Th EDRINTON Rose F 5-Feb 1732 England Norfolk Norwich Saint John De Se EDRINTON Sarah F 5-Feb 1732 England Norfolk Norwich Saint John De Se EDRINTON Gregory 9958 M 5-Mar 1733 England Norfolk Norwich Saint John De Se EDRINTON Jno M 13-Jan 1734 England Norfolk Norwich Saint John De Se EDRINTON Sarah F 13-Jan 1734 England Norfolk Norwich Saint John De Se EDRINTON Jno M 11-Apr 1737 England Norfolk Norwich Saint John De Se EDRINTON Sarah F 11-Apr 1737 England Norfolk Norwich Saint John De Se ETHERINGTON Anne 5721 F 4-Jun 1738 England Norfolk Norwich Saint Mary In Th EDRINTON John M 8-Jul 1739 England Norfolk Norwich Saint John De Se ERINGTON Ann F 2-Jun 1761 England Norfolk Norwich Saint John De Se ADDINGTON Mary 4888 F 26-Sep 1747 England Northampton Easton On The Hi ADDINGTON Joyce 4647 F 1-Jan 1760 England Northampton Glinton HERRENDEN Ann F 4-Jul 1768 England Northampton Kings Cliffe ADDINGTON Elizab F 10-Jun 1576 England Northampton Maxey ADDINGTON John 4408 M 27-Dec 1578 England Northampton Maxey ADDINGTON Jone 4376 F 6-Jan 1581 England Northampton Maxey ADDINGTON Jane 4344 F 10-Mar 1583 England Northampton Maxey ADDINGTON An F 9-May 1585 England Northampton Maxey ADDINGTON Charles 3819 M Jan 1590 England Northampton Maxey ADDINGTON Margaret 4724 F 7-Nov 1591 England Northampton Maxey ADDINGTON Jone 4380 F 31-Jan 1608 England Northampton Maxey ADDINGTON John 4422 M 8-Nov 1612 England Northampton Maxey ADDINGTON Elizabeth 3956 F 24-Dec 1615 England Northampton Maxey ADDINGTON John 4441 M 30-Jan 1642 England Northampton Maxey ADDINGTON Jane 4357 F 20-Sep 1644 England Northampton Maxey ADDINGTON John 4445 M 17-Dec 1647 England Northampton Maxey ADDINGTON Mary 4815 F 20-Jan 1648 England Northampton Maxey The Ethington Family Organization Page 145

146 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland ADDINGTON Margeret 4739 F 20-Dec 1649 England Northampton Maxey ADDINGTON Elizabeth 3966 F 17-Apr 1651 England Northampton Maxey ADDINGTON Elizabeth 3968 F 8-Nov 1651 England Northampton Maxey ADDINGTON Anna 3629 F 13-Dec 1652 England Northampton Maxey ADDINGTON John 4452 M 10-Jun 1666 England Northampton Maxey ADDINGTON Elizabeth 3981 F 8-Jan 1675 England Northampton Maxey ADDINGTON Mary 4835 F 15-Feb 1677 England Northampton Maxey HARRINGTON Anne F 22-Sep 1682 England Northampton Maxey ADDINGTON John 4464 M 2-Jul 1683 England Northampton Maxey ADDINGTON Mary 4843 F 24-Feb 1685 England Northampton Maxey ADDINGTON John 4472 M 22-Feb 1687 England Northampton Maxey ADDINGTON Anne 3645 F 24-Feb 1687 England Northampton Maxey ADDINGTON John 4474 M 20-Feb 1688 England Northampton Maxey ADDINGTON Anne 3650 F 5-Jan 1691 England Northampton Maxey ADDINGTON Anne 3652 F 7-Feb 1695 England Northampton Maxey ADDINGTON John 4479 M 2-Oct 1697 England Northampton Maxey ADDINGTON Ann 3657 F 16-Jul 1704 England Northampton Maxey ADINGTON James 4308 M 19-May 1711 England Northampton Stamford Baron S ADINGTON Charles 3824 M 18-Oct 1713 England Northampton Stamford Baron S ADDINTON Charles 3827 M 14-Oct 1753 England Northampton Stamford Baron S ADDINTON Mary 4903 F 27-Jun 1761 England Northampton Stamford Baron S ADDINGTON John 4526 M 25-Nov 1775 England Northampton Stamford Baron S ADDINGTON Daniel 3879 M 7-Sep 1779 England Northampton Stamford Baron S ADDINGTON Mary 4927 F 29-Oct 1785 England Northampton Stamford Baron S St Martins HARINGTON Ealce F 17-Aug 1601 England Northampton Stanwick ADDINGTON Dorothy 3888 F 18-Sep 1763 England Northampton Stanwick ADDINGTON Mary 4908 F 24-Feb 1765 England Northampton Stanwick ADDINGTON Mary 4911 F 6-Dec 1767 England Northampton Stanwick ADINGTON John 4523 M 25-Nov 1770 England Northampton Stanwick ADDINGTON Margaret 4752 F 19-Jul 1772 England Northampton Stanwick HARINGTON F 24-Aug 1589 England Northampton Walgrave HARRINGTON F 4-Oct 1591 England Northampton Walgrave HEDRINGTON Christophe 7002 M 18-Oct 1673 England Northumberland Allendale ERRINGTON Ann F 22-Apr 1675 England Northumberland Allendale ERRINGTON Ann F 27-Apr 1684 England Northumberland Allendale ERINGTON Anne F 13-Apr 1691 England Northumberland Allendale ERINGTON Hannah F 20-Feb 1698 England Northumberland Allendale ERINGTON Anne F 10-Jul 1698 England Northumberland Allendale HETHRINGTON Hannah 5506 F 13-Apr 1703 England Northumberland Allendale HETHRINTON Ann 5560 F 20-Feb 1712 England Northumberland Allendale HETHERINGTON Ann 5587 F 30-Apr 1718 England Northumberland Allendale HETHERINGTON Hannah 5585 F 27-Aug 1718 England Northumberland Allendale HETHERINGTON Ann 5614 F 2-Jul 1722 England Northumberland Allendale HETHRINGTON Ann 5724 F 9-Jan 1738 England Northumberland Allendale ERRINGTON Ann F 21-Mar 1747 England Northumberland Allendale HETHRINGTON Hannah 5779 F 13-Nov 1748 England Northumberland Allendale HETHRINGTON Ann 5847 F 7-Feb 1756 England Northumberland Allendale HETHERINGTON Ann 5920 F 26-Dec 1761 England Northumberland Allendale ERRINGTON M 5-Nov 1717 England Northumberland Alnwick ERRINGTON Anne F 4-May 1720 England Northumberland Alnwick IDINGTON Mary 9044 F 8-Jun 1785 England Northumberland Alnwick Sion Meeting Hou EDENTON Robert 9320 M 1-Jul 1798 England Northumberland Alnwick Pottergate Stree EDINGTON James 8299 M 17-Apr 1681 England Northumberland Bamburgh EDINGTONE Eleanor 7887 F 20-Apr 1684 England Northumberland Bamburgh EDINGTON William 9544 M 10-Mar 1699 England Northumberland Bamburgh EDINGTON Henry 8228 M Oct 1701 England Northumberland Bamburgh EDINGTON Margaret 8855 F 20-Nov 1720 England Northumberland Bamburgh ERRINGTON Ann F 4-Jan 1727 England Northumberland Bamburgh EADINGTON George 8171 M 8-Oct 1727 England Northumberland Bamburgh EDINGTON E 8078 F 15-Feb 1784 England Northumberland Beadnell ERRINGTON Anne F 1-Nov 1704 England Northumberland Bedlington EDINTON M 2-Jun 1634 England Northumberland Berwick Upon Twe The Ethington Family Organization Page 146

147 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland EDINTON 7146 M 2-Jun 1634 England Northumberland Berwick Upon Twe EDINGTON David 7738 M 29-Jan 1639 England Northumberland Berwick Upon Twe EDINGTON William 9517 M 23-Feb 1641 England Northumberland Berwick Upon Twe EDINGHTON Anne 7370 F 25-Mar 1644 England Northumberland Berwick Upon Twe EDINGTON Rachel 9138 F 26-Jun 1649 England Northumberland Berwick Upon Twe EDINGTON John 8620 M 16-Sep 1652 England Northumberland Berwick Upon Twe ERRINGTON Ann F 21-Sep 1658 England Northumberland Berwick Upon Twe EDINGTON James 8286 M 10-Apr 1659 England Northumberland Berwick Upon Twe EDINGTON Charles 7642 M 22-Jun 1690 England Northumberland Berwick Upon Twe (see also Scotland, Bewick, Berwick Upon Tweed) EDINGTON William 9613 M 20-Jun 1786 England Northumberland Branton Presbyterian EDINGTON George 8191 M 4-Feb 1788 England Northumberland Branton Presbyterian EDINGTON Isabel 8268 F 11-Feb 1788 England Northumberland Branton Presbyterian EDENTON Mary 9052 F 17-Feb 1790 England Northumberland Branton Presbyterian EDDINGTON Thomas 9466 M 30-Jul 1790 England Northumberland Branton Presbyterian EDINGTON Jane 8485 F 17-Jan 1793 England Northumberland Branton Presbyterian EDINGTON John 8761 M 30-Nov 1796 England Northumberland Branton Presbyterian EDINGTON James 8418 M 5-Feb 1800 England Northumberland Branton Presbyterian ERRINGTON Ann F 18-Sep 1761 England Northumberland Capheaton Capheaton-Rc EDENTON Elinor 7889 F 25-Dec 1693 England Northumberland Carham EDINGTON William 9571 M Apr 1745 England Northumberland Chatton EDINGTON William 9568 M 1745 England Northumberland Chatton EDINGTON Robert 9317 M 28-Aug 1796 England Northumberland Chatton EDDINGTON Jane 8499 F 1-Sep 1799 England Northumberland Chatton EDINGTON Susannah 9386 F 2-May 1800 England Northumberland Chatton EDINGTON Phillis 9124 F 1-Oct 1693 England Northumberland Chillingham EDINGTON William 9542 M 29-Dec 1695 England Northumberland Chillingham ERRINGTON Ann F 10-Mar 1664 England Northumberland Corbridge ERRINGTON Ann F 28-Dec 1679 England Northumberland Corbridge ERRINGTON Anne F 18-Sep 1700 England Northumberland Corbridge HEDDRINGTON Barbara 6664 F 1750 England Northumberland Corsenside HEDDRINGTON Ann 5838 F 6-Jul 1755 England Northumberland Corsenside HEDDRINGTON Catherine 6810 F 6-Jul 1755 England Northumberland Corsenside EDINGTON James 8297 M 30-Nov 1680 England Northumberland Earsdon By North EDENTON Ann 7388 F 12-Feb 1684 England Northumberland Earsdon By North EDINGTON James 8350 M 16-Nov 1746 England Northumberland Eglingham EDINGTON Esther 8114 F 26-Nov 1749 England Northumberland Eglingham EDINGTON John 8723 M 8-Mar 1762 England Northumberland Eglingham EDINGTON Hannah 7442 F 21-Jan 1764 England Northumberland Eglingham EDINGTON Anne 7447 F 14-Feb 1766 England Northumberland Eglingham EDINGTON Thomas 9446 M 24-Apr 1768 England Northumberland Eglingham EDINGTON Joseph 8789 M 15-Jul 1770 England Northumberland Eglingham EDINGTON William 9601 M 2-Aug 1772 England Northumberland Eglingham EDINGTON Jane 8472 F 8-Jan 1775 England Northumberland Eglingham EDINGTON Mark 8925 M 8-Aug 1697 England Northumberland Ellingham Parish Records A EDINGTON John 8663 M 7-Oct 1701 England Northumberland Ellingham Parish Records A EDINGTON Elizabeth 8001 F 20-Sep 1702 England Northumberland Ellingham Parish Records A EDINGTON William 9546 M 12-Sep 1703 England Northumberland Ellingham Parish Records A EDINGTON Ann 7399 F 18-Dec 1705 England Northumberland Ellingham Parish Records A EDINGTON Dorothy 7783 F 6-Jul 1708 England Northumberland Ellingham Parish Records A EDINGTON Jane 8455 F 9-Mar 1717 England Northumberland Ellingham Parish Records A EDINGTON James 8313 M 27-Apr 1718 England Northumberland Ellingham Parish Records A EDINGTON John 8685 M 4-Jun 1723 England Northumberland Ellingham Parish Records A EDINGTON George 8169 M 4-Aug 1723 England Northumberland Ellingham Parish Records A EDINGTON Ann 7405 F 22-Jul 1724 England Northumberland Ellingham Parish Records A EDINGTON William 9558 M 23-Jul 1727 England Northumberland Ellingham Parish Records A EDINGTON Ann 7414 F 1-Nov 1731 England Northumberland Ellingham Parish Records A EDINGTON Ann 7422 F 20-Feb 1733 England Northumberland Ellingham Parish Records A EDINGTON Thomas 9426 M 16-Jul 1734 England Northumberland Ellingham Parish Records A EDINGTON Hannah 7424 F 2-Nov 1736 England Northumberland Ellingham Parish Records A EDINGTON Matthew 9072 M 20-Aug 1738 England Northumberland Ellingham Parish Records A EDINGTON Dorothy 7790 F 22-Apr 1740 England Northumberland Ellingham Parish Records A EDINGTON Dorothy 7792 F 17-Mar 1742 England Northumberland Ellingham Parish Records A EDINGTON John 8708 M 27-Jun 1744 England Northumberland Ellingham Parish Records A EDINGTON Elizabeth 8040 F 22-Mar 1749 England Northumberland Ellingham Parish Records A EDINGTON James 8361 M 21-Dec 1752 England Northumberland Ellingham Parish Records A EDINGTON Margaret 8877 F 2-Feb 1758 England Northumberland Ellingham Parish Records A The Ethington Family Organization Page 147

148 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland IDINGTON Agnes 7205 F 19-Feb 1693 England Northumberland Ford Parish Records A ERRINTON Hannah F 22-Oct 1724 England Northumberland Gosforth ERINGTON Ann F 24-Jul 1796 England Northumberland Gosforth ERRINGTON Ann F Jan 1790 England Northumberland Halton HETHRINGTON 5018 M 28-Dec 1711 England Northumberland Haltwhistle HETHERINGTON Hannah 5673 F 5-Jul 1731 England Northumberland Haltwhistle HETHERINGTON Ann 6133 F 3-Sep 1775 England Northumberland Haydon Bridge EDINGTON James 8348 M 1-Jun 1742 England Northumberland Hebron HEATHERINGTON Agnes 5099 F 4-Apr 1652 England Northumberland Hexham ERRINGTON Anne F 24-Jan 1672 England Northumberland Hexham ERRINGTON Anne F 18-Sep 1672 England Northumberland Hexham ERRINGTON Anne F 20-May 1677 England Northumberland Hexham ERRINGTON Anne F 8-Aug 1680 England Northumberland Hexham ERRINGTON Hannah F 6-Mar 1681 England Northumberland Hexham HETHRINGTON Anne 5415 F 28-Aug 1681 England Northumberland Hexham ERRINGTON Anne F 31-Jan 1682 England Northumberland Hexham ERINGTON Anne F 13-Jan 1685 England Northumberland Hexham ERINGTON Anne F 30-Sep 1685 England Northumberland Hexham ERRINGTON Ann F 27-Jul 1692 England Northumberland Hexham ERRINGTON Ann F 19-Apr 1693 England Northumberland Hexham ERRINGTON Hannah F 14-Aug 1698 England Northumberland Hexham ERRINGTON Ann F 7-Apr 1702 England Northumberland Hexham ERRINGTON F Jul 1711 England Northumberland Hexham ERRINGTON M Jul 1713 England Northumberland Hexham ERRINGTON M 12-Nov 1727 England Northumberland Hexham ERRINGTON Anna F 4-Jan 1734 England Northumberland Hexham Stonecroft With ERINGTON Hannah F 12-Sep 1736 England Northumberland Hexham ERRINGTON Anne C F 17-Mar 1746 England Northumberland Hexham ERRINGTON Hannah F 25-Apr 1753 England Northumberland Hexham ERRINGTON Ann F 6-Jul 1755 England Northumberland Hexham ERRINGTON Ann F 14-Nov 1756 England Northumberland Hexham ERRINGTON Ann F 23-Oct 1757 England Northumberland Hexham ERRINGTON Hannah F 8-Jun 1760 England Northumberland Hexham ERRINGTON Ann F 17-Jul 1768 England Northumberland Hexham HETHERINGTON Alice 5214 F 19-May 1777 England Northumberland Hexham Stonecroft With ERRINGTON Ann F 28-Dec 1777 England Northumberland Hexham HEATHERINGTON Ann 6235 F 26-May 1781 England Northumberland Hexham HETHERINGTON Anna 6516 F 4-Jun 1797 England Northumberland Hexham Stonecroft With ETHRINGTON Anna 6584 F 5-May 1800 England Northumberland Hexham Stonecroft With EDINGTON Jane 8479 F 22-May 1788 England Northumberland Howick EDINGTON James 8399 M 1-Jun 1789 England Northumberland Howick HETHERINGTON Hannah 5605 F 31-Jan 1721 England Northumberland Knarsdale HETHERINGTON Anne 5878 F 20-Aug 1758 England Northumberland Lambley HETHERINGTON Barbara 6676 F 8-Apr 1764 England Northumberland Lambley HETHERINGTON Hannah 6018 F 8-Jun 1768 England Northumberland Lambley ERRINGTON Agneta F 27-Feb 1669 England Northumberland Lee Saint John ERRINGTON Anna F 23-May 1669 England Northumberland Lee Saint John ERRINGTON Anna F 7-Sep 1671 England Northumberland Lee Saint John ERRINGTON Anna F 25-Oct 1674 England Northumberland Lee Saint John ERRINGTON Anne F 21-Jun 1685 England Northumberland Lee Saint John ERRINGTON Anna F 3-Mar 1688 England Northumberland Lee Saint John ERRINGTON Anna F 16-May 1689 England Northumberland Lee Saint John ERRINGTON Alicia F 24-Feb 1701 England Northumberland Lee Saint John ERRINGTON Anna F 12-Mar 1702 England Northumberland Lee Saint John ERRINGTON Anna F 22-Feb 1707 England Northumberland Lee Saint John ERRINGTON Hannah F 26-Feb 1707 England Northumberland Lee Saint John ERRINGTON F 28-Dec 1727 England Northumberland Lee Saint John ERRINGTONS M 2-Jun 1754 England Northumberland Lee Saint John ERRINGTON Ann F 16-May 1756 England Northumberland Lee Saint John HETHRINGTON Ann 5876 F 16-Jul 1758 England Northumberland Lee Saint John ERRINGTON Hanna F 4-Feb 1759 England Northumberland Lee Saint John The Ethington Family Organization Page 148

149 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland ERRINGTON Ann F 25-Mar 1764 England Northumberland Lee Saint John HETHERINGTON Hannah 6519 F 14-May 1797 England Northumberland Lee Saint John ERRINGTON Hannah F 5-Jun 1738 England Northumberland Longbenton EDINGTON Richard 9202 M 11-Nov 1781 England Northumberland Longbenton ERRINGTON OR ROB Ann F 11-Aug 1782 England Northumberland Longbenton HETHERINGTON Ann 5961 F 8-May 1763 England Northumberland Longframlington ERRINGTON Hannah F 5-Apr 1723 England Northumberland Morpeth ERRINGTON Ann F 10-Aug 1732 England Northumberland Morpeth EDENTON Alexander 7267 M 5-Aug 1744 England Northumberland Morpeth EDENTON Jane 8467 F 24-Aug 1746 England Northumberland Morpeth EDENTON George 8178 M 20-Nov 1748 England Northumberland Morpeth EDENTON James 8355 M 21-Oct 1750 England Northumberland Morpeth EDINGTON John 8713 M 3-Dec 1752 England Northumberland Morpeth EDENTON William 9584 M 5-Sep 1756 England Northumberland Morpeth EDDINGTON Jane 8460 F 11-Oct 1724 England Northumberland Netherwitton ERINGTON Ann F 15-May 1729 England Northumberland Netherwitton ERRINGTON Anne F 22-Oct 1665 England Northumberland Newburn ERRINGTON Anne F 21-Mar 1666 England Northumberland Newburn ERRINGTON Ann F 11-Feb 1770 England Northumberland Newburn ERRINGTON Anthonie M 22-Apr 1582 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T St. Nicholas ERINGTON A M 25-May 1589 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T Saint John ERINGTON Alice F 15-Jul 1602 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T St. Nicholas r ERINGTON Angnes F 27-Sep 1607 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T Saint John ERINGTON Angnes F 2-Jun 1611 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T Saint John ERINGTON Anna F 14-Jun 1618 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T Saint John ERINGTON Abigall F 29-Jun 1621 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints ERRINGTON Abraham M 19-Jun 1622 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints ERRINGTON Annas F 14-Oct 1632 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T Saint John ERRINGTON Alice F 27-Nov 1632 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T Saint John ERRINGTON Anne F 10-Jan 1636 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T St. Andrew P HEDDERINGTON Kattren 6764 F 12-Nov 1643 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T St. Andrew P ERRINTON Ann F 22-Dec 1646 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints ERINGTON Alice F 15-Feb 1647 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints ERRINTON Alis F 25-May 1647 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints ERRINTON Ann F 28-Dec 1647 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints ERRINTON Ann F 28-Dec 1648 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints HATHRINGTON Abigall 5059 F 30-Jan 1652 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints ERRINGTON Alice F 16-Aug 1652 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints HEDDRINGTON Aybegell 5061 F 30-Jan 1653 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T St. Andrew HETHERINGTON Andrew 5272 M 11-Jun 1654 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T St. Andrew P HETHERINGTON Barbray 6644 F 19-Nov 1654 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T St. Andrew P ERRINGTON Ann F 6-Jun 1658 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T Saint John HATHRINGTON An 5372 F 15-Oct 1665 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints ERRINGTON Ann F 29-Nov 1666 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T St. Nicholas HATHERINGTON C 6997 M 10-Jan 1670 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints HATHERINGTON Annas 5107 F 8-Dec 1672 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints HETHERINGTON Andrew 5281 M 21-Jan 1677 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints ERRINGTON Ann F 3-Feb 1678 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T St. Nicholas P ERRINGTON Ann F 22-May 1681 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T St. Andrew P ERRINGTON Anne F 5-Apr 1685 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints EDINGTON Hannah 7403 F 22-Dec 1717 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints EDINGTON Dorothy 7788 F 13-Nov 1720 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints ERRINGTON Ann F 20-Feb 1722 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints EDDINGTON Andrew 7346 M 7-Oct 1722 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints EDINGTON Margt 8857 F 19-Sep 1725 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints HEDDRINGTON Ann 5625 F 4-Oct 1725 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints EDDINGTON Margt 8862 F 26-Feb 1727 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints EDINGTON John 8687 M 16-Jan 1727 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T Groat Market ERRINGTON Ann F 7-Mar 1727 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T St. Nicholas P EDDINGTON James 8325 M 7-Apr 1728 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints EDENTON Isabell 8242 F 19-May 1728 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T Groat Market EDINGTON Mary 9004 F 13-Sep 1730 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints ERRINGTON Ann F 5-Apr 1731 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints EDINGTON 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150 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland ERRINGTON Ann F 19-Jul 1731 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T St. Andrew P EDINGTON Margaret 8868 F 1-Apr 1733 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints EDENTON John 8691 M 4-Jun 1733 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T Groat Market EDENTON Margery 8900 F 21-Oct 1734 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T Groat Market EDINGTON Patrick 9085 M 27-Jun 1736 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T Groat Market EDINGTON Ann 7426 F 1-Jul 1736 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T St. Nicholas P EDENTONE William 9566 M 29-Jan 1738 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T Groat Market EDINGTON Mary 9009 F 25-Feb 1739 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T Saint John EDINGTON Robert 9289 M 12-Oct 1740 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints EDINGTON George 8186 M 21-Sep 1760 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints EDINGTON William 9590 M 26-Dec 1762 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints EDINGTON Robert 9298 M 23-Sep 1764 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints EDINGTON Mary 9029 F 4-May 1767 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints EDINGTON DIXON 7763 M 18-Feb 1770 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints EDINGTON Hannah 7451 F 23-Aug 1771 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints HETHERINGTON Ann 6112 F 7-Aug 1774 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T St. Nicholas P ETHERINGTON Anthony 6616 M 12-Nov 1780 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T St. Andrew P EDINGTON Elisabeth 8081 F 23-Oct 1785 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints EDINGTON Dorothy 7799 F 3-Dec 1786 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints ERRINGTON Ann F 29-Nov 1789 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T All Saints EDDINGTON Archbald 7545 M 15-Feb 1789 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T Wall Knoll C ADDINGTON George 4201 M 3-Jul 1792 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T Wall Knoll C ERRINGTON Anne F 27-Nov 1796 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T St. Andrew P HETHRINGTON Hannah 6521 F 4-Sep 1797 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T Salem Chapel ETHERINGTON Ann 6513 F 22-Jan 1797 England Northumberland Newcastle Upon T Wall Knoll C HETHERINGTON Ann 6021 F 7-Jan 1768 England Northumberland Ninebanks HETHERINGTON Nancy 6434 F 9-Jun 1793 England Northumberland Ninebanks HETHERINGTON Hannah 6481 F 10-Jan 1796 England Northumberland Ninebanks HETHERINGTON Hannah 6530 F 6-May 1798 England Northumberland Ninebanks EDINGTON Jane 8434 F 1-Feb 1658 England Northumberland Norham EDINTON James 8392 M 24-Jul 1781 England Northumberland Norham EDENTON Mary 9042 F 15-Apr 1785 England Northumberland Norham EDINGTON Mary 9049 F 5-Jan 1789 England Northumberland Norham EDINGTON I 8271 F 29-Jun 1789 England Northumberland Norham EDINGTON Phyllis 9126 F 8-May 1791 England Northumberland Norham EDINGTON David 7756 M 27-Aug 1793 England Northumberland Norham EDINGTON Agnes 7214 F 13-Apr 1794 England Northumberland Norham EADINGTON James 8405 M 9-Feb 1796 England Northumberland Norham HEATHERINGTEN Anne 5550 F 15-Nov 1710 England Northumberland Ovingham HEATHERINGTON Ann 5949 F 10-Mar 1763 England Northumberland Ovingham ERINGTON F 13-Nov 1602 England Northumberland Ponteland EDINGTON Margareta 8843 F 29-Jul 1686 England Northumberland Ponteland ERRINGTON Hannah F 16-Dec 1680 England Northumberland Stamfordham ERRINGTON Hannah F 22-Jun 1777 England Northumberland Stamfordham ERINGTON Anne F 5-Feb 1706 England Northumberland Stannington ERRINGTON Andrew M 23-Nov 1777 England Northumberland Stannington ERRINGTON Andrew M 16-Sep 1781 England Northumberland Stannington ERRINGTON Ann F 16-Jul 1797 England Northumberland Stannington EDINGTON James 8306 M 20-May 1711 England Northumberland Tweedmouth EDINGTON Robert 9275 M 10-Dec 1713 England Northumberland Tweedmouth EDENTON Elizabeth 8024 F 4-Feb 1722 England Northumberland Tweedmouth EDINTON Barbara 7576 F 2-Mar 1735 England Northumberland Tweedmouth EDINTON James 8336 M 27-Jun 1736 England Northumberland Tweedmouth EDINTON Luke 8812 M 25-Jun 1738 England Northumberland Tweedmouth EDINTON Edward 7846 M 28-Oct 1739 England Northumberland Tweedmouth ERRINGTON Agnes F Dec 1618 England Northumberland Tynemouth ERINGTON M 23-Nov 1623 England Northumberland Tynemouth EIDINGTON Robert 9247 M 28-Apr 1639 England Northumberland Tynemouth EDINGTON Richard 9170 M 10-Jan 1646 England Northumberland Tynemouth EDDINGTON Katherine 7611 F 13-Aug 1648 England Northumberland Tynemouth ERRINGTON Anne F Nov 1673 England Northumberland Tynemouth EDINTON Elizabeth 8008 F 21-Oct 1711 England Northumberland Tynemouth EDINGTON Margaret 8850 F 23-Mar 1713 England Northumberland Tynemouth EDINGTON Christian 7703 F 14-Jun 1715 England Northumberland Tynemouth EDINGTON Mary 8985 F 16-Sep 1717 England Northumberland Tynemouth EDINGTON George 8165 M 30-Oct 1722 England Northumberland Tynemouth The Ethington Family Organization Page 150

151 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland EDINGTON William 9556 M 7-Sep 1724 England Northumberland Tynemouth EDINGTON James 8327 M Dec 1730 England Northumberland Tynemouth EDINGTON Elizabeth 8047 F 29-Mar 1757 England Northumberland Tynemouth Christ Church EDINGTON Anne 7440 F 5-Jul 1757 England Northumberland Tynemouth Christ Church EDINGTON Elizabeth 8055 F 25-Feb 1759 England Northumberland Tynemouth Christ Church EDINGTON Isabel 8251 F 5-Jun 1759 England Northumberland Tynemouth Christ Church EDINGTON Elizabeth 8053 F 4-Jul 1759 England Northumberland Tynemouth Christ Church EDINGTON Elizabeth 8059 F 9-Aug 1761 England Northumberland Tynemouth Christ Church EDINGTON Isabel 8253 F 9-Apr 1765 England Northumberland Tynemouth Christ Church EDINGTON Alice 7322 F 10-Jun 1770 England Northumberland Tynemouth Christ Church EDINGTON Isabella 8249 F 23-Mar 1757 England Northumberland Warenford Presbyterian EDINGTON Thomas 9442 M 11-Nov 1761 England Northumberland Warenford Presbyterian EDINGTON James 8376 M 12-Mar 1764 England Northumberland Warenford Presbyterian EDINGTON Mary 9027 F 17-May 1765 England Northumberland Warenford Presbyterian IDINGTON Margery 8908 F 23-Nov 1778 England Northumberland Warenford Presbyterian EDINGTON Maria 8989 F 20-Mar 1720 England Northumberland Warkworth EDINGTON Margaret 8866 F 4-Jan 1730 England Northumberland Warkworth HEDRINGTON Alice 5188 F 28-Nov 1723 England Northumberland Whitfield HEDRINGTON Ann 5655 F 26-Jun 1728 England Northumberland Whitfield HEDRINGTON Christophe 7074 M 25-Sep 1737 England Northumberland Whitfield HETHERINGTON Ann 5813 F 12-Jun 1751 England Northumberland Whitfield HETHERINGTON Ann 5824 F 10-Dec 1752 England Northumberland Whitfield HETHERINGTON Ann 5958 F 4-Jan 1763 England Northumberland Whitfield HETHERINGTON Ann 6080 F 22-Mar 1771 England Northumberland Whitfield HETHERINGTON Alice 5208 F 18-Apr 1772 England Northumberland Whitfield HETHERINGTON Catherine 6840 F 20-Jul 1794 England Northumberland Widdrington IDINGTON James 8402 M 17-Nov 1796 England Northumberland Wooler West Chapel Pres EDINGTON Susan 9389 F 14-May 1800 England Northumberland Wooler United Presbyter HARRINGTON Anna Mari F Dec 1739 England Nottingham East Retford ETHERINGTON Anne 5786 F 30-Apr 1749 England Nottingham Lenton ETHRINGTON Anne 5616 F 27-Nov 1723 England Nottingham Nottingham Saint Peter HARRINGTON Ann F 27-May 1779 England Nottingham Nottingham Saint Mary HARRINGTON Alice F 10-Sep 1781 England Nottingham Nottingham Saint Mary HARRINGTON Alice F 6-Jun 1783 England Nottingham Nottingham Saint Mary HARRINGTON Ann F 28-Sep 1784 England Nottingham Nottingham Saint Mary HARRINGTON Ann H L F 5-Feb 1792 England Nottingham Nottingham Saint Mary ADINGTON John 4488 M 15-May 1716 England Oxford Banbury ADINGTON Ann 3640 F 19-Aug 1666 England Oxford Bicester ADDINGTON Elizabeth 4014 F 21-Aug 1723 England Oxford Deddington ADDINGTON Mary 4866 F 12-Nov 1724 England Oxford Deddington ADDINGTON Elizabeth 4017 F 30-Jul 1727 England Oxford Deddington HARRINGTON Ann F 7-Feb 1758 England Oxford Stonor Roman Catholic HARRINGTON Ann F 26-Aug 1778 England Oxford Stonor Roman Catholic EDINTOUN Thomas K 3038 F 11-Sep 1774 Scotland Perth Alyth EDINTOUN Thomas K 9650 F 11-Sep 1774 Scotland Perth Alyth EDINGTONE Jannet 1833 F 14-Nov 1721 Scotland Perth Culross EDINGTONE Jannet 8510 F 14-Nov 1721 Scotland Perth Culross EDINGTOUN John 2944 M 27-Sep 1723 Scotland Perth Culross EDINGTOUN John 9644 M 27-Sep 1723 Scotland Perth Culross EDINGTONE Margaret 2186 F 17-Aug 1725 Scotland Perth Culross EDINGTONE Margaret 8859 F 17-Aug 1725 Scotland Perth Culross EDINGTON Mary 2389 F 3-Apr 1727 Scotland Perth Culross EDINGTON Mary 8996 F 3-Apr 1727 Scotland Perth Culross EDINGTON Gilbert 1452 M 8-Oct 1729 Scotland Perth Culross EDINGTON Gilbert 8218 M 8-Oct 1729 Scotland Perth Culross EDINGTON Anna 7416 F 22-Apr 1731 Scotland Perth Culross EDINGTON Anna 937 F 22-Apr 1731 Scotland Perth Culross EDINGTON James 1614 M 6-Mar 1738 Scotland Perth Culross EDINGTON James 8340 M 6-Mar 1738 Scotland Perth Culross EDERTONE Williame 3333 M 8-Dec 1659 Scotland Perth Perth HETHERINGTON Agnus 73 F 7-Mar 1759 Scotland Roxburgh Castleton HETHERINGTON Elisabeth 150 F 10-Jul 1760 Scotland Roxburgh Castleton HATHERINTON Agnes 76 F 8-Aug 1762 Scotland Roxburgh Castleton HATHERINTON Jean 259 F 8-Aug 1762 Scotland Roxburgh Castleton The Ethington Family Organization Page 151

152 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland EDINGTONE Johne 1932 M 21-Mar 1653 Scotland Roxburgh Kelso IDINGTON Joanna 8559 F 24-Dec 1774 Scotland Roxburgh Melrose IDINGTON Joanna 1926 F 24-Dec 1776 Scotland Roxburgh Melrose IDINTON Isabel 3306 F 25-Apr 1779 Scotland Roxburgh Melrose EDINGTON John 1971 M 23-Oct 1726 Scotland Roxburgh Morebattle EDINGTON James 1609 M 19-Mar 1732 Scotland Roxburgh Morebattle EDINGTON Agnes 694 F 17-Feb 1734 Scotland Roxburgh Morebattle EDINGTON Margaret 2192 F 13-Mar 1737 Scotland Roxburgh Morebattle IDINGTON Isbell 1508 F 19-May 1739 Scotland Roxburgh Stitchel IDINGTON Robert 2565 M 22-Nov 1740 Scotland Roxburgh Stitchel IDINGTON John 1984 M 4-Jun 1744 Scotland Roxburgh Stitchel IDINGTON Elizabath 1209 F 19-Mar 1747 Scotland Roxburgh Stitchel IDINGTON Andrew 893 M 18-Jun 1750 Scotland Roxburgh Stitchel IDINGTON Janet 1842 F 31-Dec 1750 Scotland Roxburgh Stitchel IDINGTON M 15-Apr 1770 Scotland Roxburgh Stitchel EDINGTON Robert 2568 M 20-Sep 1772 Scotland Roxburgh Stitchel IDINGTON Elspeth 1227 F 14-Sep 1798 Scotland Roxburgh Stitchel HERENDEN Anne F 3-Sep 1737 England Rutland Morcott ADDINGTON John 4532 M 13-May 1780 England Rutland Uppingham HARRINGTON Anne F 25-Feb 1696 England Shropshire Acton Burnell HARRINGTON Anne F 19-Nov 1758 England Shropshire Acton Burnell HARRINGTON Alice F 14-Jul 1700 England Shropshire Astley Abbotts HARRINGTON Ann F 17-Nov 1723 England Shropshire Astley Abbotts HARRINGTON Anne F 9-Jun 1782 England Shropshire Berrington HARINGTON Anne F 19-Apr 1713 England Shropshire Broseley HARRINGTON Ann F 1-Feb 1741 England Shropshire Broseley HARRINGTON Ann F 13-Sep 1747 England Shropshire Broseley HARRINGTON Anne F 10-Dec 1769 England Shropshire Broseley Saint Leonard HARRINGTON Anne F 21-Jan 1781 England Shropshire Broseley Saint Leonard HARRINGTON Nancy F 26-Dec 1783 England Shropshire Broseley Saint Leonard HARRINGTON Anne F 29-Sep 1789 England Shropshire Broseley Saint Leonard HARRINGTON Anne F 17-Mar 1703 England Shropshire Cardington HARRINGTON Anne F 5-Nov 1776 England Shropshire Cardington HARRINGTON Ann F 11-May 1783 England Shropshire Cardington HERRINGTON Ann F 20-May 1792 England Shropshire Caynham HARRINGTON Anne F 15-Jun 1735 England Shropshire Cheswardine HARRINGTON Ann F 5-Apr 1708 England Shropshire Church Stretton HARRINGTON Ann F 4-Nov 1708 England Shropshire Church Stretton HARRINGTON Anna F 10-May 1721 England Shropshire Church Stretton HARRINGTON Anna F 8-Dec 1723 England Shropshire Church Stretton HARRINGTON Anna F 6-Jan 1724 England Shropshire Church Stretton HARRINGTON Anna F 31-Mar 1727 England Shropshire Church Stretton HARRINGTON Anne F 22-May 1757 England Shropshire Church Stretton HARRINGTON Hannah F 11-Apr 1762 England Shropshire Church Stretton EDDINGTON Sarah 9354 F 3-Sep 1775 England Shropshire Claverley ERRINGTON M 1711 England Shropshire Coreley ERRINGTON Ane F 23-Mar 1722 England Shropshire Coreley HARRINGTON Anne F 19-Mar 1724 England Shropshire Culmington HARRINGTON Anne F 2-Apr 1710 England Shropshire Dowles HERRINGTON Hannah F 2-Dec 1711 England Shropshire Dowles HARRINGTON Anne F 19-Jun 1720 England Shropshire Highley HARINGTON Anne F 19-Aug 1759 England Shropshire Hope Bowdler HERRINGTON Hanna F 26-Oct 1693 England Shropshire Hopton Wafers ADINGTON George 4198 M 3-Jun 1745 England Shropshire Much Wenlock ADINGTON John 4529 M 11-Oct 1775 England Shropshire Much Wenlock HARRINGTON Ann F 25-Oct 1789 England Shropshire Much Wenlock HARRINGTON Anne F 27-Dec 1785 England Shropshire Rushbury HARRINGTON Anne F 30-Dec 1792 England Shropshire Rushbury HARRINGTON Adamus M 5-Aug 1697 England Shropshire Stanton Upon Hin HARRINGTON Adamus M 5-Aug 1697 England Shropshire Stanton Upon Hin HARRINGTON Ann F 2-Nov 1787 England Shropshire Uppington HARRINGTON Adam M 26-Dec 1681 England Shropshire Wellington HARRINGTON Adam M 26-Dec 1681 England Shropshire Wellington HARRINGTON M 4-Dec 1682 England Shropshire Wellington HARRINGTON Ann F 12-Apr 1685 England Shropshire Wellington HARRINGTON Ann F 21-Mar 1686 England Shropshire Wellington HARRINGTON ALLEN M 8-Jun 1688 England Shropshire Wellington HARRINGTON Andrew M 16-Apr 1701 England Shropshire Wellington HARRINGTON Anne F 7-Oct 1717 England Shropshire Wrockwardine The Ethington Family Organization Page 152

153 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland EDINGTON Jane 8477 F 8-Mar 1780 England Somerset Bruton EDINGTON Wm M 24-Aug 1785 England Somerset Bruton EDDINGTON T 9463 M 25-Dec 1789 England Somerset Bruton St. Marys Church EDINGTON SUSANN 9383 F 28-Sep 1791 England Somerset Bruton St. Mary'S Churc EDINGTON Hannah S 7459 F 17-Oct 1794 England Somerset Bruton St. Mary'S Churc EDINGTON William 9632 M 28-Apr 1797 England Somerset Bruton St. Marys Church EDINGTON Elizabeth 8016 F 29-Mar 1718 England Somerset Burnham EDINGTON Edw M 22-Jan 1719 England Somerset Burnham EDINGTON Eliz F 14-Apr 1721 England Somerset Burnham EDDINGTON Mary 8935 F 12-Mar 1609 England Somerset Catcott EDDINGTON Emma 8106 F 12-Sep 1613 England Somerset Catcott EDDINGTON Mark 8918 M 12-Sep 1613 England Somerset Catcott EDINGTON Jone 8534 F Mar 1614 England Somerset Catcott EDDINGTON Mark 8919 M 20-Jul 1617 England Somerset Catcott EDDINGTON El F 3-Dec 1634 England Somerset Catcott EDDINGTON Richard 9163 M 27-Dec 1635 England Somerset Catcott EDDINGTON Elizabeth 7966 F 16-Aug 1640 England Somerset Catcott EDDINGTON John 8612 M 18-Oct 1640 England Somerset Catcott EDINGTON 7151 M 16-Apr 1692 England Somerset Catcott EDDINGTON Eleanor 7891 F 3-Jan 1695 England Somerset Catcott EDDINGTON Elizabeth 7993 F 20-Jun 1696 England Somerset Catcott EDDINGTON Mary 8967 F 19-Mar 1697 England Somerset Catcott EDDINGTON Frances 8126 F 12-Mar 1699 England Somerset Catcott EDDINGTON Rachel 9140 F 30-Apr 1699 England Somerset Catcott EDDINGTON Charles 7644 M 9-Nov 1704 England Somerset Catcott EDDINGTON John 8667 M 25-Aug 1705 England Somerset Catcott EDDINGTON Mark 8927 M 3-Aug 1707 England Somerset Catcott EDDINGTON Richard 9181 M 7-Sep 1708 England Somerset Catcott EDDINGTON Robert 9269 M 31-Jul 1709 England Somerset Catcott EDDINGTON Robert 9272 M 1710 England Somerset Catcott EDDINGTON Mary 8982 F 27-Apr 1712 England Somerset Catcott EDDINGTON James 8308 M 1713 England Somerset Catcott EDDINGTON Elizabeth 8010 F 2-Jun 1717 England Somerset Catcott EDDINGTON John 8679 M 10-Jul 1719 England Somerset Catcott EDDINGTON Frances 8129 F 17-Mar 1731 England Somerset Catcott EDINGTON Charles 7647 M 19-Oct 1735 England Somerset Catcott EDDINGTON George 8175 M 1-May 1737 England Somerset Catcott EDINGTON Thomas 9431 M 23-Jun 1737 England Somerset Catcott EDDINGTON Sarah 9343 F 15-Feb 1740 England Somerset Catcott EDINGTON James 8345 M 2-Oct 1740 England Somerset Catcott EDINGTON Jane 8465 F 5-Oct 1740 England Somerset Catcott EDDINGTON Elizabeth 7983 F 23-Aug 1671 England Somerset EDINGTON EDDINGTON Hester 8111 F 29-May 1676 England Somerset EDINGTON EDDINGTON Philip 9112 M 1-Jul 1677 England Somerset EDINGTON EDDINGTON Joan 8552 F 21-Sep 1679 England Somerset EDINGTON EDINGTON Edward 7834 M 5-Feb 1685 England Somerset EDINGTON EDINGTON Jane 8443 F 25-Aug 1690 England Somerset EDINGTON EDINGTON William 9539 M 27-Dec 1693 England Somerset EDINGTON EDINGTON John 8655 M 17-Jun 1696 England Somerset EDINGTON EDINGTON Joseph 8783 M 25-Feb 1699 England Somerset EDINGTON EDINGTON Grace 8223 F 2-Apr 1704 England Somerset EDINGTON EDINGTON Philip 9115 M 19-Dec 1727 England Somerset EDINGTON EDDINGTON Mary 9006 F 29-May 1737 England Somerset Frome EDDINGTON Hannah D 7431 F 30-Jan 1742 England Somerset Frome EDDINGTON William 9576 M 20-Oct 1748 England Somerset Frome EDDINGTON James 8370 M 16-Aug 1760 England Somerset Frome St. Johns Church EDDINGTON Elizabeth 8061 F 21-Dec 1761 England Somerset Frome St. Johns Church EDDINGTON Phoebe 9118 F 26-May 1764 England Somerset Frome St. Johns Church EDDINGTON Edmund 7817 M 8-Feb 1766 England Somerset Frome St. Johns Church EDDINGTON William 9616 M 16-Sep 1786 England Somerset Frome EDDINGTON Elizabeth 8097 F 16-Jan 1796 England Somerset Frome EDDINGTON Pheby 9121 F 16-Jan 1796 England Somerset Frome EDDINGTON James 8415 M 27-Jul 1799 England Somerset Frome St Johns Church The Ethington Family Organization Page 153

154 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland EDINGTON William 9511 M 23-Jan 1629 England Somerset Glastonbury St. Benedict HARINGTON Hannah F 11-Apr 1789 England Somerset Kilmington HERRINGTON Ann F 14-Dec 1796 England Somerset Kilmington EDDINGTON Mary 9013 F 28-May 1745 England Somerset Kingston Seymour EDDINGTON Jone 8533 F 31-Mar 1611 England Somerset Moorlinch EDINGTON Ann 7437 F 1-Dec 1746 England Somerset Pitcombe EDINGTON William 9573 M 10-Jul 1748 England Somerset Pitcombe EDINGTON Roger 9326 M 9-Mar 1566 England Somerset Puriton EDINGTON Joan 8529 F 9-Nov 1567 England Somerset Puriton EDINGTON David 7732 M 28-Sep 1570 England Somerset Puriton EDINGTON Edward 7827 M 9-Nov 1570 England Somerset Puriton EDINGTON Margaret 8822 F 30-Dec 1571 England Somerset Puriton EDINGTON David 7734 M 21-Jan 1574 England Somerset Puriton EDINGTON Roger 9328 M 14-Apr 1574 England Somerset Puriton ETHINGTON Roger M 14-Apr 1574 England Somerset Puriton ETHINGTON John M 2-Apr 1582 England Somerset Puriton ETHINGTON Annes F 28-May 1596 England Somerset Puriton EDINGTON Samuel 9334 M 4-Mar 1598 England Somerset Puriton EDINGTON 7144 M 8-Sep 1598 England Somerset Puriton ETHINGTON Robert M 22-Jan 1600 England Somerset Puriton EDDINGTON Purnell 9079 M 9-Apr 1601 England Somerset Puriton ETHINGTON Marjery F 29-Sep 1604 England Somerset Puriton ETHINGTON Felix M 11-Nov 1604 England Somerset Puriton EDINGTON Persanea 9092 F 8-Dec 1605 England Somerset Puriton EDINGTON Roger 9330 M 3-Jan 1606 England Somerset Puriton EDINGTON Thomas 9399 M 24-Jan 1606 England Somerset Puriton EDINGTON Thomas 9402 M 13-Sep 1607 England Somerset Puriton EDINGTON Richard 9155 M 28-May 1608 England Somerset Puriton EDINGTON Bartholo 7578 M 16-Sep 1610 England Somerset Puriton EDINGTON Oliver 9077 M 16-Sep 1610 England Somerset Puriton EDDINGTON William 9509 M 2-Sep 1621 England Somerset Puriton EDDINGTON Mary 8939 F 3-Oct 1621 England Somerset Puriton EDDINGTON Mary 8941 F 31-Oct 1621 England Somerset Puriton EDDINGTON Dorothy 7768 F 5-Jan 1622 England Somerset Puriton EDDINGTON Agatha 7195 F 19-Jan 1622 England Somerset Puriton EDDINGTON Alice 7319 F 18-Apr 1624 England Somerset Puriton EDDINGTON Eunice O 8121 F 18-May 1624 England Somerset Puriton EDDINGTON John 8594 M 3-Oct 1624 England Somerset Puriton EDDINGTON Elizabeth 7958 F 18-Mar 1625 England Somerset Puriton EDDINGTON Mary 8943 F 4-Feb 1626 England Somerset Puriton EDDINGTON Susan 9374 F 22-Jul 1627 England Somerset Puriton EDDINGTON Jane 8424 F 1-Oct 1628 England Somerset Puriton EDDINGTON Robert 9232 M 6-Jan 1629 England Somerset Puriton EDDINGTON Dorothy 7770 F 15-Apr 1629 England Somerset Puriton EDDINGTON Dorothie 7772 F 20-Jun 1629 England Somerset Puriton EDDINGTON Johane 8544 F 7-Aug 1630 England Somerset Puriton EDDINGTON Elliner 7882 F 8-May 1631 England Somerset Puriton EDDINGTON Joan 8546 F 12-Jun 1631 England Somerset Puriton EDINGTON Tamazine 9475 F 28-Apr 1633 England Somerset Puriton EDDINGTON Roger 9332 M 2-Jun 1633 England Somerset Puriton EDDINGTON Agnes 7200 F 20-Apr 1634 England Somerset Puriton EDINGTON John 8609 M 4-Oct 1636 England Somerset Puriton EDDINGTON Robert 9242 M 1-Apr 1637 England Somerset Puriton EDINGTON John 8627 M 19-Jun 1660 England Somerset Puriton EDINGTON Charles 7634 M 21-May 1670 England Somerset Puriton ADDITTON Sarah 3494 F 27-Nov 1715 England Somerset Taunton Paul Street Inde ETHERINGTON Anthony 6610 M 15-Oct 1753 England Stafford Abbots Bromley ETHERINGTON Ann 6204 F 11-Apr 1779 England Stafford Abbots Bromley EDERINGTON Isabella 9980 F 30-Sep 1787 England Stafford Barton Under Nee ETHRINGTON Anna Ma 5676 F 4-Feb 1731 England Stafford Burton Upon Tren ETHRINGTON Anna 5692 F 6-Feb 1733 England Stafford Burton Upon Tren ETHERINGTON Charles 6886 M 1-Mar 1736 England Stafford Burton Upon Tren ETHERINGTON Ann 5726 F 11-Oct 1738 England Stafford Burton Upon Tren EDRINGTON Rebeckah F 22-Mar 1691 England Stafford Checkley ETHERINGTON Ann 5330 F 26-Dec 1634 England Stafford Ellaston The Ethington Family Organization Page 154

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159 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland EDINGTON Elizabeth 7980 F 21-Feb 1668 England Wiltshire Ludgershall EDINGTON Mary 8958 F 21-Sep 1684 England Wiltshire Ludgershall EDINGTON Mary 8961 F 27-Nov 1685 England Wiltshire Ludgershall EDINGTON John 8650 M 28-Oct 1687 England Wiltshire Ludgershall EDINGTON Margaret 8847 F 26-Apr 1696 England Wiltshire Ludgershall EDINGTON Repentan 9146 F 14-Mar 1715 England Wiltshire Ludgershall EDINGTON Arabia 7531 F 6-Feb 1717 England Wiltshire Ludgershall EDINGTON Huldah 8235 F 30-Apr 1719 England Wiltshire Ludgershall EDINGTON Robert 9282 M 17-Jun 1722 England Wiltshire Ludgershall EDINGTON Elizabeth 8026 F 15-Aug 1725 England Wiltshire Ludgershall EDINGTON James 8320 M 12-Jan 1727 England Wiltshire Ludgershall EDINGTON Luke 8809 M 2-Jun 1731 England Wiltshire Ludgershall EDINGTON Elizabeth 8064 F 15-Apr 1770 England Wiltshire Ludgershall EDINGTON Elizabeth 7961 F 25-Nov 1627 England Wiltshire Marlborough St. Peter And St EDINGTON Catherine 7599 F 10-Feb 1629 England Wiltshire Marlborough St. Peter And St EDINGTON Margarett 8833 F 7-Oct 1632 England Wiltshire Marlborough St. Peter And St EDINGTON Priscilla 9129 F 25-Jan 1634 England Wiltshire Marlborough St. Peter And St EDINGTON Robert 9245 M 23-Apr 1637 England Wiltshire Marlborough St. Peter And St EDINGTON Francis 8132 F 5-Jul 1639 England Wiltshire Marlborough St. Peter And St EDINGTON William 9551 M 18-Jul 1716 England Wiltshire Salisbury St. Martin EDINGTON Richard 9186 M 3-Nov 1717 England Wiltshire Salisbury St. Martin EDINGTON Jane 8457 F 14-Dec 1718 England Wiltshire Salisbury St. Martin EDINGTON Robert 9279 M 2-Oct 1720 England Wiltshire Salisbury St. Martin EDINGTON John 8682 M 20-Apr 1722 England Wiltshire Salisbury St. Martin HARRINGTON Ann F 17-Apr 1781 England Wiltshire Salisbury Salt Lane Presby ADDINGTON Mary 4871 F 22-Oct 1727 England Worcester Alvechurch HARINGTON Anna F 26-Oct 1550 England Worcester Badsey HARINGTON Agneta F 30-Jan 1551 England Worcester Badsey EDDINGTON Thos M 25-Jun 1797 England Worcester Bromsgrove ADDINGTON Mary 4877 F 10-Aug 1728 England Worcester Claines ADDETON Mary 3489 F 19-Oct 1724 England Worcester Dudley ADDINGETON Bethia 3802 F 7-Jan 1671 England Worcester Kempsey ADDINGTON Jane 4365 F 27-Dec 1772 England Worcester Old Swinford HARRINGTON Ann F 14-Sep 1800 England Worcester Stoulton HARRINGTON Ann F 8-Dec 1765 England Worcester Worcester Saint Peter HARRINGTON Ann F 23-Oct 1767 England Worcester Worcester Saint Clement EDENTON Thomas 9457 M 24-Sep 1775 England Worcester Worcester Saint Clement ETHERINGTON C 6985 M 2-Feb 1665 England Yorkshire Adel ETHERINGTON Hanna 5389 F 29-Aug 1669 England Yorkshire Adel ETHERINGTON Ann 5761 F 23-May 1746 England Yorkshire Ainderby Steeple ETHERINGTON Catharine 6802 F 7-Sep 1750 England Yorkshire Ainderby Steeple HERRINGTON Anna F 23-May 1576 England Yorkshire Allerton Mauleve ETHERINGTON Ann 6043 F 23-Jul 1769 England Yorkshire Appleton Wiske ERRINGTON Ann F 14-Feb 1787 England Yorkshire Appleton Wiske ETHERINGTON Anne 5671 F 5-Jun 1730 England Yorkshire Armley ETHERINGTON Caleb 6736 M 5-Sep 1747 England Yorkshire Armley ETHERINGTON Ann 5842 F 31-Oct 1755 England Yorkshire Armley ETHERINGTON Ann 5843 F 31-Oct 1755 England Yorkshire Armley ETHERINGTON Caleb 6739 M 5-Sep 1757 England Yorkshire Armley ETHERINGTON Mr M 18-Apr 1762 England Yorkshire Armley ETHERINGTON 5036 M 18-Apr 1762 England Yorkshire Armley HETHERINGTON Benjamin 6705 M 6-Sep 1789 England Yorkshire Armley HETHERINGTON Caleb 6746 M 20-Apr 1794 England Yorkshire Armley HETHERINGTON Ann 6537 F 5-Sep 1798 England Yorkshire Armley HEATHERINGTON Ann 5965 F 21-Feb 1764 England Yorkshire Arncliffe EDERINGTON William M 16-Feb 1774 England Yorkshire Barningham ETHERINGTON Ann 6564 F 30-Jan 1799 England Yorkshire Barton St. Cuthb ETHERINGTON Ann 6375 F 14-Jun 1790 England Yorkshire Beverley Saint John And S ETHERINGTON Caroline 6748 F 14-Nov 1797 England Yorkshire Beverley Saint John And S EDDRINGTON Edward 9797 M 9-Oct 1799 England Yorkshire Beverley Saint Mary And S ETHERINGTON Caleb 6737 M 6-May 1750 England Yorkshire Birstall ETHRINGTON Ann 6065 F 25-Feb 1770 England Yorkshire Birstall ETHRINGTON Hannah 6101 F 7-Mar 1773 England Yorkshire Birstall The Ethington Family Organization Page 159

160 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland ETHRINGTON Alice 5220 F 4-Mar 1781 England Yorkshire Birstall ETHRINGTON Hannah 6252 F 23-May 1782 England Yorkshire Birstall EDERINGTON Xpopher M 27-Feb 1600 England Yorkshire Bolton By Bowlan ETHERINGTON C 6962 M 18-Aug 1603 England Yorkshire Bolton By Bowlan EDDRINGTON Robert M 5-May 1687 England Yorkshire Bolton Castle Cu EDRINGTON John M 31-Aug 1690 England Yorkshire Bolton Castle Cu EDRINGTON Jerome M 14-Jan 1693 England Yorkshire Bolton Castle Cu EDDRINGTON Elizabeth 9840 F 14-May 1699 England Yorkshire Bolton Castle Cu EDDRINGTON Thomas M 30-Jan 1716 England Yorkshire Bolton Castle Cu EDDRINGTON Alice 9673 F 5-Aug 1722 England Yorkshire Bolton Castle Cu EDDRINGTON John M 14-Mar 1724 England Yorkshire Bolton Castle Cu EDDRINGTON Elisa 9862 F 16-Aug 1728 England Yorkshire Bolton Castle Cu EDRINGTON Mary F 10-May 1752 England Yorkshire Bolton Castle Cu EDINGTON Robt M 11-May 1755 England Yorkshire Bolton Castle Cu ETHERINGTON Barbara 6669 F 20-Jun 1757 England Yorkshire Bolton Castle Cu ERRINGTON Anne F 15-Mar 1701 England Yorkshire Bolton On Swale ERRINGTON Allice F 12-Sep 1703 England Yorkshire Bolton On Swale ERRINGTON Ann F 15-Jun 1770 England Yorkshire Bowes HETHERINGTON Hannah 5998 F 20-Jul 1766 England Yorkshire Bramley By Leeds HERENTON Anne F 24-Sep 1629 England Yorkshire Bubwith ETHERINTON Anne 5464 F 19-Feb 1693 England Yorkshire Bubwith ETHERINGTON Ann Ellis 6388 F 25-Dec 1791 England Yorkshire Castleford ETHERINGTON Hannah 5980 F 7-Jul 1765 England Yorkshire Catterick ETHERINGTON Ann 6002 F 30-Sep 1767 England Yorkshire Collingham HERRINGTON Anne F 28-Nov 1731 England Yorkshire Cundall ERRINGTON Ann F 7-Apr 1782 England Yorkshire Cundall HETHERINGTON Ann 5508 F 5-Mar 1703 England Yorkshire Easingwold HETHRINGTON Anne 5509 F 5-Mar 1703 England Yorkshire Easingwold ETHERINGTON Alice 5230 F 28-Jan 1790 England Yorkshire Easingwold ETHERINGTON Ann 6377 F 28-Jan 1790 England Yorkshire Easingwold EDRINGTON Michael M 27-Jan 1792 England Yorkshire East Cowton ETHERINGTON Ann 6535 F 8-Apr 1798 England Yorkshire Eastrington ETHRINGTON Ann 5758 F 11-Sep 1745 England Yorkshire Fairborn HARRINGTON Allison M 1-Oct 1780 England Yorkshire Flamborough ETHEINGTON George M 29-Aug 1731 England Yorkshire Garton On The Wo ETHERINGTON C 7025 M 20-Feb 1704 England Yorkshire Gilling By Richm Saint Agatha ETHERINGTON Ann 5515 F 19-Apr 1704 England Yorkshire Gilling By Richm Saint Agatha ETHERINGTON Anne 5896 F 4-Mar 1759 England Yorkshire Gilling By Richm Saint Agatha ETHERINGTON Hannah 6041 F 24-Sep 1769 England Yorkshire Gilling By Richm Saint Agatha HERINGTON Anne F 7-Nov 1757 England Yorkshire Goldsborough By HERRINGTON Ann F 19-May 1777 England Yorkshire Goldsborough By HERRINGTON Alice F 10-Feb 1782 England Yorkshire Goldsborough By ETHERINGTON Ann 5977 F 2-Mar 1765 England Yorkshire Goodramgate ETHERINGTON Anne 5657 F 10-Jul 1728 England Yorkshire Great Driffield ETHRINGTON Alice 5190 F 31-Jan 1730 England Yorkshire Great Driffield ETHREINGTON Cathrine F 22-Mar 1735 England Yorkshire Great Driffield ETHERINGTON Ann 5967 F 27-Oct 1764 England Yorkshire Great Driffield ETHERINGTON Ann 6437 F 6-Aug 1793 England Yorkshire Great Driffield ETHERINGTON C 6976 M 13-Mar 1653 England Yorkshire Grinton EDRINTON Jane F 23-Dec 1655 England Yorkshire Grinton EDRINGTON Margrett F 1-Nov 1658 England Yorkshire Grinton EDERINGTON Michell M 10-Mar 1661 England Yorkshire Grinton EDRINGTON Elizabeth 9830 F 12-Jul 1681 England Yorkshire Grinton EDRINGTON Elizabeth 9834 F 20-May 1683 England Yorkshire Grinton EDRINGTON Elizabeth 9832 F 16-Dec 1683 England Yorkshire Grinton ETHERINGTON Hanh F 29-Mar 1794 England Yorkshire Halifax South Parade Wes ERRINGTON Ann F 3-Jul 1796 England Yorkshire Halifax North Gate End P HERRINGTON Ann F 2-Aug 1778 England Yorkshire Hampsthwaite HERRINGTON Hannah F 27-Jan 1794 England Yorkshire Hampsthwaite ETHERINGTON Christiana 6953 F 28-Dec 1788 England Yorkshire Helmsley ETHRINTON Anne 5773 F 15-Apr 1747 England Yorkshire Hessle By Hull ETHERINGTON Ane 5308 F 6-Jan 1600 England Yorkshire Holme Upon Spald ETHERINGTON Ann 5328 F 14-Apr 1633 England Yorkshire Holme Upon Spald ETHERINGTON Cheney 6947 M 12-Jul 1640 England Yorkshire Holme Upon Spald ETHERINGTON Anne 6297 F 23-Jan 1786 England Yorkshire Hudswell EDERINGTON Elizabeth 9860 F 13-Mar 1728 England Yorkshire Hutton Cranswick The Ethington Family Organization Page 160

161 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland ETHERINGTON Ann 5714 F 18-Nov 1736 England Yorkshire Hutton Cranswick HARRINGTON Anna F 10-Aug 1679 England Yorkshire Kildwick ETHERINGTON Ann 6063 F 14-Apr 1770 England Yorkshire Kilnwick EDINGTON Elizabeth 8019 F 16-Aug 1720 England Yorkshire Kingston Upon Hu Saint Mary ETHERINGTON Agnes 5122 F 17-Dec 1723 England Yorkshire Kingston Upon Hu Saint Mary ETHERINGTON Catharine 6788 F 30-Jun 1731 England Yorkshire Kingston Upon Hu Holy Trinity ETHERINGTON Charles 6876 M 5-May 1732 England Yorkshire Kingston Upon Hu Holy Trinity ETHERINGTON Hannah 5712 F 23-Dec 1736 England Yorkshire Kingston Upon Hu Holy Trinity ETHERINGTON Charles 6891 M 25-Jan 1737 England Yorkshire Kingston Upon Hu Holy Trinity EDINGTON Mary 9031 F 14-Jan 1770 England Yorkshire Kingston Upon Hu Saint Mary EDINGTON John 8741 M 21-Oct 1772 England Yorkshire Kingston Upon Hu Saint Mary ETHERINGTON Alice 5223 F 4-Apr 1783 England Yorkshire Kingston Upon Hu Saint Mary ETHERINGTON Ann 6271 F 20-Oct 1784 England Yorkshire Kingston Upon Hu Saint Mary ETHERINGTON Ann 6524 F 12-Feb 1797 England Yorkshire Kingston Upon Hu Saint Mary EDINGTON John Stoak 8767 M 10-Oct 1800 England Yorkshire Kingston Upon Hu Saint Mary ETHERINGTON Hannah 6472 F 3-Aug 1795 England Yorkshire Kirby Misperton ETHERINGTON Anne 5933 F 4-Jul 1762 England Yorkshire Kirkby Fleetham EDERINGTON Mary F 9-Nov 1744 England Yorkshire Kirkby Moorside EDRINGTON Joseph M 3-Dec 1787 England Yorkshire Kirkby Ravenswor ETHERINGTON 5025 M 5-Apr 1729 England Yorkshire Ledsham Fairbourn ETHRINGTON Ann 5759 F 11-Sep 1745 England Yorkshire Ledsham ETHERINGTON Ann 6225 F 30-Jun 1780 England Yorkshire Ledsham ETHERINGTON Avis 6640 F 10-May 1618 England Yorkshire Leeds Saint Peter ETHRINGTON Anthony 6595 M 21-Jan 1655 England Yorkshire Leeds Saint Peter HETHRINGTON Ann 5931 F 11-Jul 1762 England Yorkshire Leeds Saint Peter HETHERINGTON Ann 6300 F 15-Jan 1786 England Yorkshire Leeds Saint Peter ETHERINGTON Naney 6440 F 27-Jan 1793 England Yorkshire Linton In Craven ERRINGTON Anne F 28-Mar 1775 England Yorkshire Marske In Clevel EDRINGTON Robert M 22-Feb 1618 England Yorkshire Melsonby EDRINGTON George 9904 M 13-May 1621 England Yorkshire Melsonby EDRINGTON John M 16-Feb 1622 England Yorkshire Melsonby ERRINGTON Ann F 18-Oct 1778 England Yorkshire Methley ERINGTON Hannah F 22-Jun 1794 England Yorkshire Methley EATHERINGTON Hannah 6004 F 1-Apr 1767 England Yorkshire Mexborough HARRINGTON Anne F 9-Sep 1673 England Yorkshire New Malton Saint Michael HARRINGTON M 1-Oct 1681 England Yorkshire New Malton Saint Michael EDRINGTON John M 30-Jan 1715 England Yorkshire New Malton Saint Michael EDDRINGTON Jane F 24-Feb 1772 England Yorkshire New Malton Saint Leonard EDRINGTON Jane F 24-Feb 1773 England Yorkshire New Malton Saint Leonard ETHRINGTON Hannah 6223 F 10-Jun 1780 England Yorkshire New Malton Saint Leonard ETHERINGTON Ann 5367 F 10-May 1663 England Yorkshire Normanton ETHERINGTON Ane 5452 F 8-Aug 1692 England Yorkshire Normanton ETHERINGTON Anne 5729 F 8-Sep 1739 England Yorkshire Normanton ETHERINGTON Alice 5167 F 14-Apr 1593 England Yorkshire of Thirsk EDRINGTON Arabella 9749 F 26-Feb 1797 England Yorkshire Old Malton ETHERINGTON Ann 6295 F 10-Apr 1786 England Yorkshire Osmotherley ERRINGTON Alice F 12-Aug 1783 England Yorkshire Pickering EDRINGTON Elizabeth 9820 F 8-May 1597 England Yorkshire Pickhill With Ro ETHERINGTON Barbara 6642 F 17-May 1601 England Yorkshire Pontefract ETHERINGTON ALLEN 5144 M 10-Oct 1624 England Yorkshire Pontefract ETHERINGTON C 6974 M 13-Mar 1652 England Yorkshire Reeth ETHERINGTON Anna 5424 F 13-May 1683 England Yorkshire Riccall ETHERINGTON Ann 6533 F 25-Aug 1798 England Yorkshire Richmond Near Le ETHIRINGTON Barnabas 6680 M 31-Dec 1797 England Yorkshire Rylstone ETHERINGTON Ann 5401 F 19-Nov 1676 England Yorkshire Scruton ETHERINGTON Ann 5477 F 13-Oct 1695 England Yorkshire Scruton ETHERINGTON Charles 6924 M 4-Jan 1798 England Yorkshire Sculcoates EDRINGTON Tho M 29-Mar 1649 England Yorkshire Sedbergh EDRINGTON Alice 9669 F 2-Jun 1649 England Yorkshire Sedbergh ETHERINGTON Ann 5828 F 4-Mar 1753 England Yorkshire Sedbergh ETHERINGTON Ann 5748 F 4-Apr 1743 England Yorkshire Sheriff Hutton EDDRINGTON Mary F 17-Apr 1757 England Yorkshire Sheriff Hutton EDRINGTON William M 23-Apr 1769 England Yorkshire Sheriff Hutton EDDRINTON Hanah 9724 F 21-Apr 1783 England Yorkshire Sheriff Hutton ETHERINGTON Hannah 5660 F 29-Jun 1729 England Yorkshire Shipton By Thorp EDRINTON Ann 9726 F 21-Oct 1792 England Yorkshire South Cowton The Ethington Family Organization Page 161

162 Appendix A, Report C Ethington Names early England Scotland EDRINTON Eliz F 6-Jul 1794 England Yorkshire South Cowton HETHRINGTON Andrew 5288 M 17-Apr 1757 England Yorkshire South Kirkby ETHERINGTON Hannah 6373 F 24-Feb 1790 England Yorkshire Sutton In Holder ETHERINGTON Ann 6458 F 10-Oct 1794 England Yorkshire Sutton In Holder ETHERINGTON Ann 6135 F 13-Dec 1775 England Yorkshire Sutton On Hull ETHRINGTON Alice 5165 F 14-Apr 1593 England Yorkshire Thirsk HETHERINGTON Hannah 6207 F 25-Feb 1779 England Yorkshire Thornton In Lons ETHERINGTON Hannah 6328 F 16-Jul 1788 England Yorkshire Wath Upon Dearne EDERINGTON John M 2-Feb 1745 England Yorkshire Wensley ETHERINGTON Alice 5201 F 1-Jan 1764 England Yorkshire Wensley EDRINGTON Mary F 6-Apr 1769 England Yorkshire Wensley ERRINGTON Ann F 13-Nov 1768 England Yorkshire West Acklam ERRINGTON Alice F 4-Dec 1774 England Yorkshire West Acklam ETHERINGTON Catherine 6828 F 29-Sep 1778 England Yorkshire West Witton ETHERINGTON Ann 6242 F 17-Jun 1781 England Yorkshire West Witton ETHERINGTON Ann 6302 F 30-Jul 1786 England Yorkshire Westow ERRINGTON Ann F 12-Jul 1791 England Yorkshire Whitby HARRINGTON Anne F 15-Aug 1606 England Yorkshire York St. Martin Coney HARRINGTON Ann F 29-Dec 1630 England Yorkshire York Saint Michael-Le ETHERINGTON Brianus 6716 M 2-Dec 1631 England Yorkshire York Saint Denis ADDINTON Antony 3776 M 4-Jun 1709 England Yorkshire York Saint Michael-Le ADDINGTON Joseph 4583 M 22-May 1711 England Yorkshire York Saint Michael-Le ADDINGTON Mary 4864 F 15-Jul 1714 England Yorkshire York Saint Michael-Le ADDINGTON Grace 4225 F 20-Mar 1717 England Yorkshire York Saint Michael-Le ETHERINGTON Anne 5639 F 16-Sep 1727 England Yorkshire York All Saints Pavem ADDINGTON Anthony 3778 M 2-Nov 1729 England Yorkshire York Holy Trinity Goo ADDINGTON Mary 4880 F 27-Aug 1731 England Yorkshire York Saint Olave ETHERINGTON Christ M 11-Mar 1734 England Yorkshire York All Saints Pavem ADDINGTON Arthur 3790 M 18-May 1735 England Yorkshire York Saint Michael-Le ADINGTON Mary 4890 F 9-Sep 1748 England Yorkshire York Saint Margaret ETHERINGTON Ambrose 5252 M 17-Jun 1756 England Yorkshire York Holy Trinity Goo ETHERINGTON Ambrose 5255 M 16-Aug 1760 England Yorkshire York Holy Trinity Goo ETHERINGTON Ann 5974 F 2-Mar 1765 England Yorkshire York Holy Trinity Goo ETHERINGTON Ambrose 5258 M 12-Aug 1766 England Yorkshire York Holy Trinity Goo ETHERINGTON Ambrose 5261 M 12-Aug 1766 England Yorkshire York HARRINGTON Annis F 1580 England Yorkshire End of Report C The Ethington Family Organization Page 162

163 Appendix B Appendix B, Report Addendum # 2 DNA Signature of The American Ethington Families Ethington, Etherington, Edenton, Etherton, Edrington A Report by The Ethington Family Organization 3049 E. Mt. Jordan Rd. Sandy, Utah (801) Harold D. Ethington, President November, 2002 The Ethington Family Organization Page 163

164 Addendum #2 December 2003 England, Scotland Research Trip Appendix B, Report Addendum # 2 Research conducted in England and Scotland during September and October 2003 on 11 men has identified an English connection for the American Edrington family, and shown that an Edrington man from Scotland is from the same family as an Etherington man from York. No British connection was found for the American Culpeper / Spotsylvania Ethington family. Background Over 100 years of research have failed to yield the British ancestry for the American Ethington family. DNA testing started in 2002 on American Ethington men has clarified our understanding of the American family, and with this knowledge it was determined that we had enough information to begin research in the British Isles. The northern part of England, and the southern part of Scotland (known as The Borders ) were chosen as the beginning point for our work because of the following reasons: 1. Family tradition has consistently held that the Ethingtons are a Scottish family. Yet, the name appears to have English origins. 2. Work done by Professor William F. H. (Bill) Nicolaisen of the University of Aberdeen, May G. Williamson of Edinburgh University, and others, points to the Adder River valley on the English / Scottish border near Berwick as the probable origin of the name Etherington (various spellings) Studies by the Ethington Family Organization in April of 1997 centered on the geographic distribution of Ethington surnames from 1550 to 1800 showed a predominance of occurrence in the northern counties of England, and the southern counties of Scotland. Again, the Borders area. 4. Leila Ethington, wife of Gilbert Brian Ethington of Salt Lake City Utah now deceased, worked for many years on Ethington genealogy during the 1930 s and 90 Work by these two scholars appears at the end of this addendum as appendix A and appendix B. The Ethington Family Organization Page 164

165 Appendix B, Report Addendum # s. She relates that one night she dreamed that she was in a car with George Floyd Ethington, her father-in-law, and other Ethington family members, and that they were headed southwest from London for their research. She recalls the thought coming to her mind that they needed to turn the car around and head north, towards Scotland, where they would find the records and information they wanted. They did so, but she retains no memory of what happened thereafter. 5. Parish records of Haddington, East Lothian, Scotland (borders area) were found to contain several of the few references to the name spelled as Ethington between 1500 and Author George MacDonald Fraser in his history of the Borders area of Scotland and England 91 identifies the Hetherington family as one of the 100 or so reiving or riding families of that area who, from 1350 to 1620 lived by theft, murder, plundering, and extortion in that lawless area. The Hetheringtons (Mr. MacDonald s wife is one) were especially adept at blackmail in those times, and they appear often in the written record. Because of this recorded activity, we felt that we had to make a special effort in that area. Procedure We (my sister, Patricia Ethington Beadle, her husband Doug, and I) arrived in Carlisle, Cumbria, Northern England the evening of Saturday 20 September After obtaining lodging, we used the local telephone book to find Ethington related names, and began calling. The process was to first identify ourselves as Ethington family members in England researching our family history, and then ask if we could visit the person in their home to talk about genealogy. All of the people we spoke with were gracious, but it took about 20 calls before Eva Errington agreed to let us let us come to her home. We found this pattern (20 calls to 1 visit) to hold true throughout the two weeks we were making contacts. After visiting with Eva for about 30 minutes, we described our work with DNA in America and asked if she had a male relative who might want to participate. She showed interest in the program, and suggested that her brother, who lived with her, would be willing to give us a sample. After obtaining as much of her lineage as possible, we left a kit with her and departed. Over the next nine days we were able to work with 13 different men and obtain DNA samples, or the promise thereof from 11. Several were unable to meet with us, but said they would participate through the mail. Our route of travel was: Gatwick, Carlisle, New Castle, 91 MacDonald, George Fraser. The Steel Bonnets (The Akadine Press, 2001) The Ethington Family Organization Page 165

166 Appendix B, Report Addendum # 2 Haddington, Edinbourgh, Dunbar, Chirnside, Berwick, York, Pool, Reading, and finally departure from Gatwick. A list of the men who participated follows: The Ethington Family Organization Page 166

167 Appendix B, Report Addendum # 2 Test participants 1. Alexander Peter Edington 16 Durham Rd. 15 Edinburgh 15 EH151NY 2. John Alexander Stoddart Edington Dusmuir Marine Rd. Dunbar 3. Joseph Graeme Errington Milstones, 13 Weardale Carlisle CA2BT 4. Paul Etherington 41 Middleshot Rd. Gullane 5. Ronald Etherington 156 Links Rd. Tyne & Wear North Shields NA303TG 6 Donald Hetherington 13 Meadow View Harraky Carlisle CA13JJ 7. Frank Hetherington 124 Dacre Rd. Brampton CA81BS 8 John Hetherington Hetherlea 20 Helme Lodg Natland Kendal LA97QA 9. Christopher James Errington 86 Stanstead Rd. Hartford SG137HY 10. Derrick Etherington 24 The Riggs Chantry Est Corbridge NE455JX 11. George Eddington 35 Salamander Place Edinburgh 6 EH67JJ 12. Harry Michael Etherington 12 Ave Rd. Clifton York YO306AY 13. Sydney Etherington 1 Mare Pond Cottgs Markwick Ln Loxhill GU84BD All but 2 of the above returned or gave samples during our meetings, resulting in 11 samples tested. A map showing the location of each person tested follows: The Ethington Family Organization Page 167

168 Appendix B, Report Addendum # 2 The Ethington Family Organization Page 168

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