of LUMSDEN & MANDERSTON
Sir Patrick Home, 1st Baronet, of Lumsden, is styled second son to Sir John of Renton when he consented to a Disposition by his brother, Sir Alexander Home, by which he conveyed his lands of Northfield to their uncle, George Home of Kames, dated 28 August 1671. Being bred to the law, he was admitted Advocate on 12 January 1667 and from which profession he made a considerable fortune. He acquired the lands of Easter Lumsden, which were confirmed to him under the Great Seal on 10 December 1686; then those of Lumsden for which he had a charter under the Great Seal on 1 December 1693, and was created a Baronet by warrant dated 31 December 1697, with remainder to the heirs male of the body. He m. at Edinburgh on 20 April 1676, to Margaret, daughter of Sir Robert Baird, 1st Baronet of Saughtonhall, (she was b. in 1661 and surviving her husband, she d. on 12 February 1746), in right of whom he was admitted to Burgess of Edinburgh on 10 September 1708. He d. in February 1723 and was father of;
- Sir John Home, 2nd Baronet of Lumsden, and Manderston, (see below).
- Patrick Home, bap. at Edinburgh, on 20 October 1685.
- James Home, bap. at Edinburgh, on 28 May 1691.
- Alexander Home, bap. at Edinburgh, on 17 August 1692.
- Margaret Home, bap. at Edinburgh, on 25 August 1677 and m. on 4 October 1695, to Sir George Home, 3rd Baronet of Wedderburn.
- Elizabeth Home, bap. at Edinburgh, on 19 August 1678 and m. Francis Home of Quixwood.
- Christian Home, bap. at Edinburgh, on 14 March 1683 and d. young.
- Agnes Home, bap. at Edinburgh, on 29 August 1684.
- Helen Home, bap. at Edinburgh, on 29 January 1687.
- Catherine Home, bap. at Edinburgh, on 30 August 1688.
- Isabella Home, bap. at Edinburgh, on 22 November 1689 and d. young.
- Anna Home, bap. at Edinburgh, on 30 January 1694.
- Marie Home, bap. at Edinburgh, on 31 August 1696 and d. young.
- Jean Home, bap. at Edinburgh, on 24 December 1697.
- Marie Home, bap. at Edinburgh, on 24 July 1699.
- Christian Home, bap. at Edinburgh, on 4 September 1700.
- Isabella Home, bap. at Edinburgh, on 22 June 1702 and d. unmarried, at Edinburgh, on 10 November 1782.
Sir John Home, 2nd of Baronet of Lumdsen, and Manderston, bap. at Edinburgh, on 6 August 1679 and succeeding his father, he was served heir general to him on 12 November 1726. He m. Beatrix Aitken, (who survived him and was executrix to him at his death), and d. at Coldingham, on 21 December 1756, having had issue;
Sir James Home, 3rd Baronet, of Lumsden and Manderston, succeeded his father in 1756. He m. Grace, daughter of Robert Johnstone of Hilton, (she d. at Coldingham, on 11 November 1777), and d. at Coldingham, on 26 December 1783. He was father of,
- John Home, bap. at Coldingham, on 12 July 1746 and served as a Lieutenant in the Royal Navy. He dsp at Gibraltar, of a fever, on 13 November 1765.
- Margaret Home of Manderston, bap. at Coldingham, on 23 September 1751 and succeeding her father, she was served heir of provision general to him on 10 June 1784. She dsp before 19 May 1797, when her nephew, Alexander Purves was served heir to her.
- Mary Home, bap. at Coldingham, on 22 April 1755 and m. on 21 June 1775, to Sir Alexander Purves, 5th Baronet, of Purves. She d. at Berwick, on 4 July 1785, having had issue which succeeded to the lands of Manderston on her sister Margaret’s death.
 Laing charters, No. 2722.
 OPR – Edinburgh.
 Scots Magazine, 7th February 1746 edition.
 SRS Edinburgh Burgess Roll.
 Lyon Court record.
 Six of his unnamed children were buried in the Greyfriars, Edinburgh, between 17 March 1684 and 17 January 1698.
 OPR – Liberton.
 Scots Magazine, 1st November 1782 edition.
 Services of Heirs.
 CC15/5/10/pp.363-368. See also: Caledonian Mercury, 25th December 1756 edition.
 Caledonian Mercury, 15th November 1777 edition.
 Scots Magazine, 1st December 1783 edition.
 Caledonian Mercury, 21st December 1765 edition.
 Services of Heirs.
 Services of Heirs.
 Caledonian Mercury, 6th July 1785 edition.