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Clan Lundin / Lundie
Chapter Seven – Lundie of Berriehill

David Lundie of Berriehill, was a younger son of Sir Thomas Lundie of Pratis. He married Helen, daughter and heir apparent of Adam Stewart of Brerhill. In 1540, according to the annals of Dunfermline, the Abbot of Dunfermline granted a charter to David Lundie and his spouse Helen Stewart. David also married Elizabeth Lundie, daughter of Robert Lundie, Lord High Treasurer of Scotland, relict of Sir John Lindsay of Pircruvie, Master of Lindsay.

"George, archdecon of St. Andrews, and Commendator of Dunfermline, concedes to Helena Stewart, daughter and apparent heiress of Adam Stewart, of Brerhill, and David Lundy, sponso dictae Helena, the lands of Breryhill adjacent to the burgh of Dunfermline on the east part, and the lands of Mylhillis on the east part of the ‘Newrow’ croft, commonly called the ‘Newraw-crofts;’ the lands of Penelandes on the east part; the lands of Spittel on the south part; and those of Elliotshill on the west part. Also a small parcel of land, commonly called the ‘Cluttis’ croft, adjacent, within the regality of Dunfermline; and the narrow crofts in the burgh of Dunfirmline, on the west part of the lands of Halbank; and the north part of the lands of Brerehill, on the east and south parts; and the lands of Halbank adjacent, in the regality of Dunfermline."

David and Helen had issue:-

1 Rev. George Lundie, succeeded

Rev. George Lundie of Berriehill, married Katherine Loch. They had issue:-

1 George, who succeeded
2 James, baptized 8th May 1577
3 Susanna, baptized 5th November 1578
4 Margaret, baptized 1st June 1580

George Lundie of Berriehill, was served as heir to his father, George Lundie of Berriehill in the land of Berriehill, the land of Pennyland, ¼ of the land of Ovirgrange Wester in the Parish of Kinghorn and the land of Halbank, in 1592. He later sold the lands.

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