Thomas Peadie, Merchant in Glasgow

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About Thomas Peadie, Merchant in Glasgow

THOMAS PEADIE

Merchant in Glasgow; Burgess and Guild Brother of Glasgow.

Thomas Padie (1613) Thomas Peddie (1634) Thomas Peddie (1635) Thomas Pedie (1637) Thomas Peddie (1640) Thomas Peddie (1642) Thomas Peddie (1643)Thomas Peadie (1647) Thomas Peadie (1649) Thomas Peadie (1651) Thomas Pedie (1652) Thomas Pedie (1654) Thomas Pedie (1656) Thomas Pedie (1668) Thomas Peadie (1669) Thomas Pedy (1669)

Bogus Genealogy

It has been mistakenly claimed that Thomas Peadie, here treated, is the father of James Peadie of Ruchill, the same who married Anna Porterfield, but this is wrong. Exhibition Illustrative of Old Glasgow Anna Porterfield's husband was actually the nephew of Thomas Peadie, here treated. Her father-in-law was another James Peadie, the first of Ruchill, and her mother-in-law was Janet Gilhagy

The Question of Identity

Thomas Peadie, Merchant in Glasgow, is the second son of John Peadie, Skinner in Glasgow. Glasgow Burgesses: 90 His mother was Janet Spreull. He was born before 12 September 1613, the date upon which his baptism was registered at Glasgow in Lanarkshire, Scotland. [National Records of Scotland, Glasgow Baptisms, reference OPR.644/1/1]

Thomas Peadie was a Merchant in Glasgow. He was enrolled as a burgess and guild brother of Glasgow on 20 November 1634, having been admitted in right of being the second son of John Peadie, Skinner, burgess and guild brother. Glasgow Burgesses: 90

His Last Will and Testament

Thomas Peadie made his last will and testament at Glasgow on 31 October 1668. He nominated and appointed Margaret Brock his "meikle lovit spous" as his only executrix and intromitter. He left his part of the free gear to her and appointed her as tutrorix testamentar to "James, Bessie and Hellein Peadies my lawfull childring during thr pupillarity". He also nominated and appointed "James and Jon Peadies & Rot Corss" to be overseers to the children during their minority. Confirmation was granted to Margaret Brock on 11 December 1669. [National Records of Scotland, Glasgow Commissary Court, The Testament Testamentar of umqle Thomas Peady, merchant in Glasgow, reference CC9/7/37]

  1. Image of Testament
  2. Image of Testament

Death

Thomas Peadie, Merchant in Glasgow, died in August 1669. [National Records of Scotland, Glasgow Commissary Court, The Testament Testamentar of umqle Thomas Peady, merchant in Glasgow, reference CC9/7/37]

Marriage

Thomas Peadie, here treated, married Margaret Brock. [National Records of Scotland, Glasgow Commissary Court, The Testament Testamentar of umqle Thomas Peady, merchant in Glasgow, reference CC9/7/37] The marriage was booked on 11 September 1634, at Glasgow in Lanarkshire, Scotland. [National Records of Scotland, Glasgow Marriages, reference OPR.644/1/23]

Children

  1. Janet Peadie, primus
  2. Helen Peadie, primus
  3. Margaret Peadie
  4. John Peadie, primus
  5. Janet Peadie, secundus
  6. Marie Peadie
  7. Bessie Peadie
  8. Helen Peadie, secundus
  9. James Peadie, Merchant in Glasgow
  10. John Peadie, secundus
  11. Agnes Peadie
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Thomas Peadie, Merchant in Glasgow's Timeline

1613
September 12, 1613
probably at Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
September 12, 1613
Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
1635
April 24, 1635
probably at Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
1637
September 7, 1637
probably at Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
1640
June 20, 1640
Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Kingdom of Scotland (not yet part if the United Kingdom)
1642
May 23, 1642
probably at Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
1643
April 22, 1643
probably at Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Kingdom of Scotland (not yet part of the United Kingdom)
1647
May 23, 1647
probably at Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Kingdom of Scotland (not yet part of the United Kingdom)
1649
1649
Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland