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Lundie Family papers are found in the National Library of Scotland, MS1675; included in them is a family tree.
There are 19 ministers mentioned in this tree, of whom three were Free Church ministers. The following are references for all ministers whose names appear in the General Index of Scottish Presbyterian Ministers:
Bonar, Horatius, 1837, North, Kelso: see under 18.104.22.168.2. Jane Catherine Lundie
Duncan, Henry, 1799, Ruthwell: see under 22.214.171.124. Robert Lundie
Duncan, William Wallace, 1836, Cleish: see under 126.96.36.199.1. Mary Lundie
Lithgow, John, 1730, Etal: see under 188.8.131.52. Mary Lundie
Lundie, Archibald, 1696, Saltoun, 1.1.
Lundie, Cornelius, 1750, Lundie, 1.1.4.
Lundie, Henry, 1743, Monzie, 1.1.2.
Lundie, James, 1663, 2nd Tron, Edinburgh, 1.
Lundie, James, 1742, Erskine, 1.1.3.
Lundie, John, 1733, Oldhamstocks, 1.1.1.
Lundie, Robert, 1801, Gordon, 184.108.40.206.
Lundie, Robert Henry, 1850, Birkenhead, 220.127.116.11.4.
Wood, Aaron, 1693, Etal: see under 18.104.22.168. Mary Lundie
Wood, Isaac, 1740, Etal: see under 22.214.171.124. Mary Lundie
Wood, John, 1769, Crookham: see under 126.96.36.199. Mary Lundie
1. James Lundie (?-1696) was minister of North Leith, Edinburgh: FES, Vol.1, p.155.
1.1. Archibald Lundie (1674-1759) was the son of James Lundie, minister, North Leith. He was minister of Saltoun, East Lothian: FES, Vol.1, p.393.
1.1.1. John Lundie (1704-1786) was the son of Archibald Lundie, minister of Saltoun. He was minister in Oldhamstocks, East Lothian: FES, Vol.1, p.413.
1.1.2. Henry Lundie (?-1800) was the son of Archibald Lundie, minister of Saltoun. He was minister in Trinity, Edinburgh: FES, Vol.1, p.128.
1.1.3. James Lundie (1716-1769) was the son of Archibald Lundie, minister of Saltoun, according to one source; according to another he was the son of Dr James Lundie, the youngest son of James Lundie, minister of North Leith. He was minister of Erskine, Renfrewshire: FES, Vol.3, p.193.
1.1.4. Cornelius Lundie (1716-1800) was the son of Archibald Lundie, minister of Saltoun. He was minister of Kelso, Roxburghshire: FES, Vol.2, p.72.
188.8.131.52. Mary Lundie (1764-) was the daughter of Cornelius Lundie, minister of Kelso. She married John Wood, minister of the Presbyterian Church in Crookham, Northumberland, England. He had several relatives in the ministry: his grand-father was Aaron Wood, Presbyterian minister in Etal, Northumberland, England. His father, Isaac Wood, was Presbyterian minister in both Etal and Crookham. His father’s sister, Dorothy Wood, married John Lithgow, also minister in Etal; and they had two sons in the ministry: Robert Lithgow and Aaron Lithgow. For these men, see FES, Vol.7, p.508-9.
184.108.40.206. Robert Lundie (1774-1832) was the son of Cornelius Lundie, minister of Kelso. He was also minister there: FES, Vol.2, p.272. He married Mary Grey, who on his decease, married, as his second wife, Henry Duncan, Free Church minister of Ruthwell, Dumfries-shire. For him, see the Duncan Tree.
220.127.116.11.1. Mary Lundie (1814-1840) was the daughter of Robert Lundie, minister in Kelso. She married William Wallace Duncan, a Free Church minister, and son of the just-mentioned Henry Duncan. For him, see the Duncan Tree.
18.104.22.168.3. George Archibald Lundie (1819-1841) was the son of Robert Lundie, minister of Kelso. He was a missionary in Samoa. See here.
22.214.171.124.4. Robert Henry Lundie (1824-1895) was the son of Robert Lundie, minister of Kelso. He was minister of the Fairfield Presbyterian Church, Liverpool, Lancashire, England: FES, Vol.7, p.473. For further connections, see the Chalmers Tree.
126.96.36.199.4.1. Charles Cowan Lundie (1868-1940) was the son of Robert Henry Lundie, minister. He was a Presbyterian minister – in 1911 he was in Poulton with Seacombe, Cheshire, England.
1.1.5. Isobel Lundie (c.1720-1789) was the daughter of Archibald Lundie, minister of Saltoun. She married William Bannatyne, minister of Yarrow, Selkirkshire: FES, Vol.2, p.197.