Patrick Hume, of Polwarth, 1st Baronet (c.1607 - 1648)

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Birthplace: Polwarth, Berwick, Scotland
Death: Died
Managed by: Alisdair James Smyth
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About Patrick Hume, of Polwarth, 1st Baronet

Biographical Summary

"Sir Patrick Hume was served heir to his father on 1 February 1611. On 31 July 1623 he obtained confirmation under the Great Seal of a charter of half the lands of Polwarth, etc., purchased from Sir David Hume of Wedderburn for 40,000 merks, this being the half of Polwarth which Marion Sinclair brought to the laird of Wedderburn on her marriage in 1475. On 20 August 1623 he was created a Justice of Peace for the county of Berwick, and was on the Committee of War 1643, 1646, 1647. He was created a Baronet by King Charles I. 28 December 1625, and died in April 1648. He married, between 4 June and 19 August 1636, Christian, youngest daughter of Sir Alexander Hamilton of Innerwick and Ballencrieff, Knight, granting a liferent charter to her as his future wife, 4 June 1636. She married, secondly, Robert, second Lord Jedburgh, and died at Ferniehirst in 1668."

SOURCE: The Scots Peerage, Vol. VI, pages 11-12

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Sir Patrick Hume of Polwarth, 1st Baronet's Timeline

Polwarth, Berwick, Scotland
Age 29
January 13, 1641
Age 34
Redbraes Castle, Roxburhshire, Scotland
April 1648
Age 41