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HUME / HOME BIBLIOGRAPHY
Alexander Home, of Kennetside-Heads, Biographical Sketch, by John Johnstone, The Scottish Christian Herald, 1840, Volume II; pp. 750-752.
Alexander Hume, An Early Poet-Pastor of Logie and His Intimates, by R. Menzies Fergusson, Alexander Gardner, Paisley, 1899, 315 pages.
The Annals of a Border Club (The Jedforest), by George Tancred, T.S. Smail, Jedburgh, 1899, pp. iv, xi-xii, xiv, 18-19, 30, 137, 207, 244, 250, 258-259, 262, 269, 301, 311, 330, 361, 365, 381, 383, 415-417, 466.
Armorial Families, by Arthur Charles Fox-Davies, 7th edition London, 1929, Hurst and Blackett, Volume I, pp. 562-563, 966-967, 1000-1001, 1205.
Armorial General de la France, by Louis Pierre d' Hozier, 1738-1748, A Paris : De l'imprimerie de Jacques Collombat, Volume 1, pp. 300-301.
The Baronage of Scotland, by Sir Robert Douglas of Glenbervie, Edinburgh, 1798, Volume I.
The Battle of Flodden Field, by Jane Lyell, Shiel & Morrison, Berwick, nd., 19 pages.
The Battle of Flodden Field, by Rev. Robert Jones, William Blackwood and Sons, Edinburgh, 1864, 91 pages.
Beyond the Borders, An Anecdotal History of the Hume and Related Pioneering Families in Australia, From 1790, by Stuart Hamilton Hume, Edited and Published by Jennifer Hume Macdougall and Prudence Grieve, 1991, 218 pages.
A Biographical Dictionary Of Eminent Scotsmen, With Numerous Portraits, Edited by Robert Chambers, 1857, Division V, Horner-Lesley, pages 92-144.
The Border History of England and Scotland, by George Ridpath, Philip Ridpath, London, 1776, pp. 497, 500-501, 504-505, 562, 566, 636, 677-678, 681, 684, 686, 705.
Border Memories; or, Sketches of Prominent Men and Women of the Border, by Walter Riddell Carre, Edinburgh, 1876, pages 33, 230-232, 274-275.
The Border or Riding Clans, by B. Homer Dixon, Joel Munsell's Sons, Publishers, Albany, N.Y., 1889, pp. 7, 20-21, 37-38, 87-88, 91-92, 101-103, 106, 131, 137, 140, 144, 154-155, 158, 160-161, 165, 224.
Border Sketches, by Gilbert John Murray Kynynmond Elliot Minto, 1870, pages 122, 134, 142, 160, 174-175, 244-249.
A Brief Sketch of the History of the Priory of Coldingham, by William Brockie, Kelso: J & J H Rutherfurd, 1886, 71 pages.
Castles and Historic Homes of the Border, by Alexander Eddington, Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1926, pp. 47-55.
The Castles and Keeps of Scotland, by Frank Roy Fraprie, Boston, 1917, pages 276-289 and 339-345.
Catalogue of Seals in the Department of Manuscripts in the British Museum, by W. de G. Birch, Longmans and Co., London, 1895, pp. 119, 346, 351, 377, 430-434, 631
Chartulary of the Cistercian Priory of Coldstream, by Rev. Charles Rogers, Grampian Club, London, 1879, pp. xiii-xi, xiii, xx, 3, 6, 9, 16, 54, 62.
The Churches and Churchyards of Berwickshire, by James Robson, Kelso, J. & J.H. Rutherford, 1896, pp. 80-84.
Coldingham : Parish and Priory; by A. Thomson, Galashiels,: 1908, Craighead Pros., 300 pages with appendices and pedigree charts.
Collectanea Genealogica, Volume I, by Joseph Foster, Hazell, Watson, and Viney, London, 1882, pp. 180-183, 190.
A Colonial Scottish Jacobite Family, The Establishment in Virginia of a Branch of The Hume of Wedderburn, by Edgar Erskine Hume, Old Dominion Press, Richmond, Virginia, 1931, 163 pages with family chart. Reprinted from The Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, Volume XXXVIII, January, 1930, No. 1, pp. 1-37; April, 1930, No. 2, pp. 97-124; July, 1930, No. 3, pp. 195-234; October, 1930, No. 4, pp. 292-346.
The Commissariot Record of Edinburgh, Register of Testaments, British Record Society, Scottish Section, Edinburgh, 1897, pp. 134-135.
Complete Baronetage, by G. E. Cokayne, Exeter, William Pollard & Co., Ltd., 1902, Volume II, pp. 442-443.
The Complete Peerage, by G. E. Cokayne, London, St. Catherine Press, 1926, Volume VI, pp. 551-561; 611-612.
Complete Peerage of England, Scotland, Ireland, Great Britain and the United Kingdom, by George Edward Cokayne, G. Bell & sons, London, 1890, Volume III (Douglas, Dunbar), pp. 153-162, 196-203 ; Volume IV (Home, Hume), pp. 248-252, 275 ; Volume V (Hume, Marchmont), pp. 245-247 ; Volume VI (Hume, Polwarth), pp. 263-265.
The Correspondence, Inventories, Account Rolls and Law Proceedings of the Priory of Coldingham; published by the Surtees Society, Edinburgh, 1841, J. B. Nichols & 'Son; 259 pages with appendices.
The Covenanters of the Merse, by Rev. James Wood Brown, Oliphant Anderson & Ferrier, London, 1893, 259 pages.
Culpeper County, Virginia, Deeds, Volume One, 1749–1755, Deed Book A 1749–1753, Deed Book B 1753–1756, pages 1–364, Abstracted and compiled by John Frederick Dorman, Washington, D.C., 1975, pp. 80-82.
Culpeper County, Virginia, Deeds, Volume Two, 1755–1762, Deed Book B 1753–1756, pages 365–547, Deed Book C 1757–1762, Abstracted and compiled by John Frederick Dorman, Washington, D.C., 1976, pp. 46 and 69.
Culpeper County, Virginia, Deeds, Volume Five, 1769–1772, Deed Book E 1765–1769, pages 644–741, Deed Book F 1769–1772, pages 1–454, Abstracted and compiled by John Frederick Dorman, Washington, D.C., 1991, pp. 24-25.
Culpeper County, Virginia, Deeds, Volume Six, 1772–1774, Deed Book F 1769–1772, pages 454–740, Deed Book G 1773–1775, Abstracted and compiled by John Frederick Dorman, Washington, D.C., 1992, pp. 34-35.
David Milne, Letters Written During the War of 1812, by Edgar Erskine Hume, William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, Volume X, Number 4, October, 1930, pp. 278-301.
The Death of Sir Anthony D'Arces de la Bastie: An Episode in Scottish History, Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume CLIV, July-December 1893, pp. 132-144.
Debrett’s Complete Peerage of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, Edited by William Courthope, J. G. & F. Rivington, London, 1839, pp. xxviii-xxxi, xxxiv, xlvii, 136, 180, 183, 284, 387, 418-420, 423, 431, 436, 443, 481, 499, 509, 589, 706, 727, 749, 759, 761.
Decisions of the Court of Session, 1681 to 1691, Collected by Sir Roger Hog of Harcarse, Printed for G. Hamilton and J. Balfour, Edinburgh, 1757 ; 1733 to 1754, Collected by Patrick Grant of Elchies, Printed for Archibald Constable and Co., Edinburgh, 1813 ; 12th November 1833 to 12th July 1834, Collected by Fras. Somerville, J. Tawse, J. Craigie, and Ad. Urquhart, Printed for Adam and Charles Black, Edinburgh, 1834.
Descendants of Nicholas Humes of Massachusetts, The First Five Generations, Volume 1, by Charles Warren Humes, Ed.D. and Marilyn Harper Humes, B.A., Clipper Press, Fountain Hills Arizona, 1996, 153 pages.
Descendants of Nicholas Humes of Massachusetts, Generations Six Through Nine, Volume 2, by Charles Warren Humes, Ed.D. and Marilyn Harper Humes, B.A., Clipper Press, Fountain Hills Arizona, 1999, 347 pages.
Description of the Abbeys of Melrose, and Old Melrose, by John Bower, Edinburgh, 1822, pp. 59-60, 90, 92, 124.
Dictionary of American Biography, Volume V, Edited by Dumas Malone, Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, pp. 365-367.
The Dictionary of National Biography, Founded in 1882 by George Smith, Edited by Sir Leslie Stephen and Sir Sidney Lee, Published since 1917 by the Oxford University Press, London, Volume IX, pp. 1111-1134 ; Volume X, pp. 208-235.
Dictionnaire de la Noblesse, by La Chesnaye-Desbois et Bardier, Paris, 1866 Schlesinger Freres, Volume X, pp. 863-869. (Counts de Hume de Cherisy).
Directory of Scottish Settlers in North America, 1625–1825, by David Dobson, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, Volume I, 1988, pp. 92-94, Volume II, 1984, pp. 74-75, Volume III, 1984, p. 86.
"Domestic Details of Sir David Hume of Crossrig, One of the Senators of the College of Justice: April 28, MDCXCVII—January 29, MDCCVII"; Sir David Hume of Crossrig's Diary, Edinburgh, Thomas G. Stevenson, 1843; 126 pages.
Early American History: Hume and Allied Families, William Everett Brockman, Minneapolis, 1926, Poucher Printers, Volume I, 217 pages (Second edition of the book History of the Hume, Kennedy and Brockman Families); Volume II contains a supplement to Volume I.
The Early History of Stichill and The Church of Hume, by Rev. George Gunn, Henry Hunter Blair, Alnwick, 1901, pp. 52-62.
Encyclopædia of Heraldry, Or, General Armory of England, Scotland, and Ireland, by John B. Burke, London, 1851.
Encyclopedia of the History of Missouri, Volume III, Edited by Howard L. Conard, The Southern History Company, St. Louis, 1901, pp. 325-326.
Encyclopedia of Virginia Biography, by Lyon Gardner Tyler, New York, Lewis Historical Publications, 1915, I, pp. 261-262.
Estimate of the Scottish Nobility, by Rev. Charles Rogers, Printed for the Grampian Club, London, 1873, pp. 7, 20, 25, 38-40, 43, 45, 55-56, 59-60, 62, 70, 76, 79.
The Fairfax Line, A Historic Landmark, Edited by Arthur T. McClinton, New Market, Virginia, The Henkel Press, 1925, pp. 6-10.
The Family of Frederick, by Edmund Horace Fellowes, Luff & Sons Ltd., Windsor, England, 1932, pp. 41-42.
Fasti Ecclesiæ Scoticanæ, The Succession of Ministers in the Church of Scotland from the Reformation, by Hew Scott, D.D., 1917, Oliver and Boyd, Edinburgh, Volume II, 468 pages.
Forgotten Companions, The First Settlers of Spotsylvania County and Fredericksburgh Town (With Notes on Early Land Use), by Paula S. Felder, Historic Publications of Fredericksburg, Fredericksburg, Virginia, 1982, 257 pages.
Francis Charles Hume — Hume Genealogical Notes, by Francis Charles Hume, Galveston, Texas, April 29, 1895, 32 pages.
Francis Charles Hume — Service During War Between States, by Evan Borroum Hume, Tallahassee, Florida, June 1, 2008, 9 pages.
Francis Charles Hume — Statement Containing his Reasons for the Opinion that his Branch of the Hume family are Descended from George Hume, born at Wedderburn Castle Scotland, May 30, 169, and baptized in the Parish of Duns; [surveyor] to Lord Fairfax at Culpeper County, Va., where he died in 1760 leaving six sons, viz: George, Francis, John, William, James, and Charles. Galveston, Texas, Finck & Co., January 1, 1890, 16 pages.
Gazetteer of Scotland, by Robert and William Chambers, Edinburgh, 1844, Volume I, pages 557-558.
Genealogical Account of the Family of Home of Wedderburn, Made out from the Public Records, 1776, 10 pages. (Printed for John Home of Paddockmyre on his claim to the Earldom of Dunbar).
A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Commoners of Great Britain and Ireland, by John Burke, Henry Colburn, London, 1836, Volume I, pp. 437, 494, 654 ; Volume III, pp. 375, 388-390, 433, 487.
A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry, 8th ed., London, Volume I, pp. 981-982, 1014-1016. 1875 Edition ; 1939 Edition
A Genealogical and Heraldic Dictionary of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland, by Sir Bernard Burke, Harrison, Pall Mall, London, 1858, pp. 570-571, 595-596.
A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland, Volume I, by Sir Bernard Burke, Harrison, Pall Mall, London, 1875, pp. 639-641, 666-667.
A Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Landed Gentry of Ireland, by Sir Bernard Burke, Harrison & Sons, Pall Mall, London, 1912, pp. 181-182, 272-273, 329, 429-430.
Genealogical and Personal Memoirs Relating to the Families of Boston and Eastern Massachusetts, Volume III, Edited by William Richard Cutter, Lewis Historical Publishing Company, New York, 1908, pp. 1280, 1646-1651.
A Genealogical History of the Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct Peerages of the British Empire, by Sir Bernard Burke, London, Harrison, 1883, 642 pages.
Genealogy of the Mac Claughry Family, Compiled by Charles C. McClaughry, Anamosa, Iowa, 1913, pp. 372-411.
The General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales; Comprising A Registry of Armorial Bearings from the Earliest to the Present Time, by Sir Bernard Burke, Harrison, London, 1884, pp. 506, 518.
George Home, Earl of Dunbar, by Rev. J. Kirk, R.&R. Clark, Limited, Edinburgh, 1918, 38 pages.
George Home Journal dated June 25th 1744, MS Accession #44667, 1762-1886, 10 pages, Digital images, Library of Virginia, http://image.lva.virginia.gov/Bible/44667.pdf
Grants and Their Relatives, by John P. Grant, The Brandow Printing Company, Albany, New York, 1926, pp. 24, 50, 64, 74, 104, 110.
A Great Border Family: The Homes, Scottish Country Life, III, No. 4, April 1916, pp. 149-152.
The Great Historic Families of Scotland, by James Taylor, London, 1887, J. S. Virtue & Co.; Volume I, pp. 369-404.
Greene, Wheeler, Hume, Nesbitt, by Brenda Nesbitt, n.d., pp. 1-140, 224.
Highways and Byways in the Border, by Andrew and John Lang, London, 1913.
Historic Memorials of Coldstream Abbey, Berwickshire, by William Barclay Turnbull, London, 1850, pp. 15, 31, 34, 49, 55, 60, 64, 68, 75, 82, 99, 103.
Histories of Noble British Families, by William Drummond, London, William Pickering, 1844, (Folio), Part VI, pp. 1-41.
History and Genealogies of the Families of Miller, et al; by W. H. Miller, Lexington, Kentucky, 1907, The Transylvania Company; pp. 90-93, 114-117, 309-310.
History and Antiquities of North Durham, by Rev. James Raine, London, 1852; with Appendix, pp. v-viii; 32-34.
History of Boone County, Missouri, Western Historical Company, 1882, pp. 257, 357, 362, 374, 444, 469, 487, 497, 504, 621, 736, 881, 890-891.
A History of Coldingham Priory, by Alexander Allen Carr, Edinburgh, 1836, Adam & Charles Black; 321 pages.
The History of Dunbar, by James Miller, William Miller, Dunbar, 1830, pp. 16, 92, 96, 99-100, 115, 117, 123, 126, 128, 158-159, 175, 185, 191, 195-196, 198-202, 211, 215, 224, 257, 270, 274, 280-281.
History of Henry County, Illinois, by Henry L. Kiner, Pioneer Pub. Co., Chicago, 1910, pp. 174-178.
A History of Orange County, Virginia, by W. W. Scott, Everett Waddey Co., Richmond, Virginia, 1907, pp. 36, 231, 263, 265, 271.
A History of the City of Washington : Its Men and Institutions, Washington Post Co., Washington, D.C., 1903, pp. 257-259.
History of St. Mary's Abbey, Melrose, The Monastery of Old Melrose, and the Town and Parish of Melrose, by James A. Wade, Thomas C. Jack, Edinburgh, 1861, pp. 31, 52, 62, 226, 327, 351, 360-361, 375.
History of The Priory of Coldingham, by William King Hunter, Edinburgh, 1858, Sutherland and Knox; 107 pages.
History of the House and Race of Douglas and Angus, by David Hume of Godscroft, Edinburgh, 1748, T. and W. Ruddiman. (Douglas only, 1820, 321 pages)
History of the Hume Family, by Dr. John Robert Hume, Hume Genealogical Association, St. Louis, 1903; 287 pages.Be sure to research the article below entitled "Tiger By The Tail !", regarding the incorrect information for William Hume, fourth son of immigrant George Hume.
History of the Hume, Kennedy and Brockman Families, William Everett Brockman, Washington, press of Charles H. Potter & Co., Inc., 1916, 272 pages.
Home of Wedderburn: An Episode of Loyalty and Disaster, by William Maddan, History of the Berwickshire Naturalists Club, 1914, Volume XXII; pp. 289-294.The House of Cockburn of that Ilk and the Cadets Thereof, by Thomas H. Cockburn, 1888, Edinburgh, 1888; 394 pages.
The Household Book of Lady Grisell Baillie, by Grisell Hume, Lady Baillie of Jerviswood, 1692-1733, edited by Robert Scott-Moncrief, Scottish Historical Society, 2nd Series, Edinburgh, 1911; lxxx and 443 pages.
The Hume Family (in "About Our Ancestors"), by Frances M. Smith, Courier-Journal, Louisville, Ky., Jan. 17, 1915, II, 10.
Hume Family of America - Ancestry of Sallie Hume Douglas, compiled by Sallie Hume Douglas, Salt Lake City, Utah: Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971, FHL US/CAN Film 854149 Item 4.
Hume Genealogy: Being an Account of the Francis Hume Branch of the Wedderburn Humes of Scotland, Virginia and Kentucky; by Edgar E. Hume, Jr., Register of the Kentucky State Historical Society, 1913, XI, pp. 85-94; 1914, pp. 85-112 ; reprinted in Genealogies of Kentucky Families, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, 1981, pp. 524-564.
The Humes of Otsego County New York: A History of the Ancestry and Generations of the Family, in Particular the Robert B. Hume Branch; Compiled by Bessie Rockwell Hall, 1943, 18 pages; Addendum containing known descendants, Published by Marion Hume Dalton and H J Dalton, February 22, 1998, 11 pages.
Illustrated Particulars and Plan of the Freehold of Marchmont, Extending to about 13,480 acres to be offered by auction at the Mart, Tokenhouse Yard, E. C., on Tues. June 24 1913, by Mssrs. John D. Wood & Co., 6 Mount Street, London, W., by Order of 'Sir John Hume-Campbell, Bart. (Folio, 31 pages and map).
Index to Genealogies, Birthbriefs and Funeral Escutcheons, Recorded in the Lyon Office, Scottish Record Society, by Francis J. Grant, James Skinner & Company, Edinburgh, 1908, pp. 27-28.
Jedburgh Abbey: Historical and Descriptive, by James Watson, David Douglas, Edinburgh, 1877, pp. 44, 47, 60-61, 64-68, 124-126.
Journal of the Ex Libris Society Journal, by W. Bolton, London, 1900, Volume 9, pp. 123-126, 139-141 (The Homes and the Humes), 172-176 (The Humes of Polwarth).
The Knights of the Golden Horse-Shoe, by William Alexander Caruthers, The University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, pp. 244-245.
The Land of Romance: The Border and It’s History, by Jean Lang, New York, N.Y., nd., 460 pages.
Letters From and To George Hume of Virginia, Formerly of Wedderburn, Scotland; Virginia Magazine of History and Biography, 1912, XX, pp. 381-421. (These transcripts are somewhat inaccurate and incomplete. In the paper, A Colonial Scottish Jacobite Family, The Establishment in Virginia of a Branch of The Hume of Wedderburn, by Edgar Erskine Hume, the copies made from the originals by Mrs. Sallie Hume Douglas of Honolulu, Hawaii, have been used in part. The originals cannot be now found.)
Letters of George Hume of Virginia, William and Mary College Quarterly, April, 1898, VI No. 4, pp. 251-256 ; October, 1899, VIII No. 2, pp. 84-91 ; January, 1900, VIII No. 3, pp. 205-206.
Letters To and From Patrick Home of Wedderburn, To and From George, Francis, John, Charles, James and William Hume, sons of George Home of Wedderburn, Culpeper County, Virginia; Dates range from 20 Feb 1767 through 19 Sep 1797; 6 Letters; National Archives of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland. (Transcription)
Letters Written During the War of 1812 by the British Naval Commander in American Waters (Admiral Sir David Milne), by Edgar Erskine Hume, William and Mary College Quarterly, 2nd Ser., 1930, X, pp. 279-301.
The Life of James Deacon Hume, by Charles Badham, Smith, Elder & Co., London, 1859, 351 pages.
Logie, A Parish History, by R. Menzies Fergusson, Alexander Gardner, Paisley, 1905, Volume I, pp. 47-69.
Madison County Homes, A Collection of Pre-Civil War Homes and Family Heritages, by Vee Dove, Madison County, Virginia, 1975, pp. 36-37, 74-75, 154-155, 168-169, 176-179, 182-183, 244-245, 252-253, 260-261, 270-271, 278-279, 342-343.
Marchmont and the Humes of Polwarth, by Margaret Warrender, Edinburgh, Wm. Blackwood & Sons, 1894, 193 pages.
The items 1 through 17 below are relating to the Marchmont and Polwarth Peerage Cases:
2. Case of Lieutenant Alexander Home, R. N. claiming the Marchmont Peerage; referred to the House of Lords, 27 July 1820; 17 pages, with chart.
3. Case of Alexander Home, Esquire, Captain in the Royal Navy, Claiming the Titles, Honours and Dignities of Earl of Marchmont, Viscount of Blazonberry, Lord Polwart of Polwart, Redbraes and Greenlaw. Published by Henry Riddell, Westminster, 1822; 17 pages, with chart.
4. Claim of Alexander Home to the Titles of Earl of Marchmont, etc.; House of Lords Session Papers No. 40 of 1822, pp. 1-48 (Volume 14) ; continued in Volume 13 of 1823, No. 40 of 1822 pp. 49-96 ; No. 45 of 1831, pp. 1-10; also MS'S. pages in Court of the Lord Lyon, Edinburgh.
5. Petition of John Hume, Esquire, claiming as of right to the Earldom of Marchmont, and the other Titles and Honours which were enjoyed by Hugh the late Earl at the Time of his Decease in the Year of 1794, House of Lords Journal, Volume 63, 06 October 1831, pp. 1069-1070.
6. Case and Additional Case for Francis Douglas Home, claiming the Title of Earl of Marchmont, etc., Westminster, 1842; 34 pages, with chart.
7. Minutes of Evidence taken before the Committee for Privilege to whom the Petition of Francis Home, Esquire (son of Alexander Home, Esquire, former Claimant) to His Late Majesty, Claiming to be Earl of Marchmont, Viscount of Blazonberry, Lord Polwart of Polwart, Redbraes and Greenlaw, together with His Late Majesty's Reference thereof to this House. House of Lords Session Papers No. 113 of 20th March 1838; pp. 1-244.
8. Same continued, No. 141 of 18th June 1839; pp. 245-341.
10. Same continued, No. 33 of 18th February 1842; pp. 373-378.
11. Same continued, No. 103 of 8th May 1843; pp. 378-435.
12. Case on the Part of Sir Hugh Hume Campbell of Marchmont, Baronet, in relation to the Claim of Francis Douglas Home, Esquire, to the Titles, Honours and Dignities of Earl of Marchmont, Viscount of Blazonberry, Lord Polwart of Polwart, Reidbraes and Greenlaw. Presented to the Lords in 1843. Printed by Spottiswoode and Robertson, Westminster; 76 pages, with chart.
13. Case of Dame Ann Patterson Anstruther, widow of Sir Philip Anstruther, Baronet, deceased, Claiming the Title and Honours of Baroness Polewart or Polwarth, Published by John Richardson, Fludyer Street, 181_; 5 pages, with chart.
14. Minutes of Evidence taken before the Committee for Privileges to whom was referred the petition of Dame Ann Patterson Anstruther, widow of Sir Philip Anstruther, Bart., claiming the title of Baroness Polewart or Polwarth, House of Lords Session Papers No. 101 of 1818; pp. 1-57.
15. Petition of Sir William Purves Hume Campbell of Marchmont, Baronet, claiming as of right to the Barony of Polewart, House of Lords Journal, Volume 63, 30 August 1831, pp. 953-954.
16. Petition of Hugh Scott, Esquire, claiming as of right to the Title and Dignity of Baron Polewart, House of Lords Journal, Volume 63, 23 June 1831, pp. 735-736.
17. Minutes of Evidence taken before the Committee for Privileges to whom was referred the petition of Hugh Scott, Esquire, claiming as of right to be Lord Baron of Polewart or Polwart, House of Lords Session Papers No. 45 of 1831, pp. 9-10.
Melrose Abbey, with Notes Descriptive and Historical, by J. Wass, William Ritchie, Edinburgh, 1888, page 8.
Memoirs of an Aristocrat and Reminiscences of the Emperor Napoleon, by a Midshipman of the Bellerophon [Lieutenant George Home, R. N.], London, Whittaker & Co., 1838, 341 pages.
Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the Honourable Henry Home of Kames, one of the Senators of the College of Justice and one of the Lords Commissioners of Justiciary in Scotland, containing Sketches of the Progress of Literature and General Improvement in Scotland during the Greater part of the Eighteenth Century; by Alexander Fraser Tytler, Edinburgh, 1814; Volume I ; Volume II ; Volume III.
Memoirs of Walter Pringle, of Greenknow; or Some of the Free Mercies of God to Him, and His Will to His Children, Left to them Under His Own Hand, Edited by Rev. Walter Wood, A.M., William P. Kennedy, Glagow, 1847; 132 pages.
Memorial to George Hume, Esquire, Crown Surveyor of Virginia and Washington’s Teacher of Surveying, with Notes on his Life, by Edgar Erskine Hume, Tyler’s Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Volume 21, No. 1, July, 1939, pp. 4-54; No. 2, October, 1939, pp. 70-120. ; Genealogies of Virginia Families : From Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Baltimore, MD, Clearfield, 2007, pp. 263-377.
Men of Mark in Virginia, edited by Lyon Gardiner Tyler, Men of Mark Publishing Company, Washington, D.C., 1908, Volume IV, pp. 203-207.
Men of the Merse, by Archibald Campbell Swinton, W. Blackwood, Edinburgh, 1858, pp. 3, 24-30, 36, 38, 45, 47-60, 64-66, 68-71, 74-77, 79-82, 84, 92.
The Missouri Historical Research Record, by Robert Swanson, St. Louis, October, 1967, pp. 13-17; 1969, Volume Two, Book Four, pp.14-20.
Missouri the Center State, 1821-1915, by Walter B. Stevens, S.J. Clarke Publishing Company, Chicago-St. Louis, 1915, Volume IV, pp. 731-735.
Monuments and Monumental Inscriptions in Scotland, by Charles Rogers, London, 1871, Volume I, pp. 52, 91-92, 99, 119, 201-202, 225-228, 235-236, and Volume II, page 167.
Napoleon and His Fellow Travelers: Being a Report of Certain Narratives of the Voyages of the Dethroned Emperor in the Bellerophon and the Northumberland to Exile in St. Helena. The Romantic Stories told by George Home, Captain Ross, Lord Lyttleton and William Wade; by Clement King Shorter, London, 1908; Cassell & Co.; 34 pages.
The Newgate Calendar, Comprising Interesting Memoirs of the Most Notorious Characters who have been Convicted of Outrages on the Laws of England since the Commencement of the Eighteenth Century with Occasional Anecdotes and Observations, Speech and Confessions and the Last Exclamations of Sufferers, by Andrew Knapp and William Baldwin, London, J. Robins & Co., 1825, II, pp. 108-113 (Account of the crime, trial and execution of Norman Ross, Murderer of Margaret Hume, Lady Billie).
The Newgate Calendar Improved, being Interesting Memoirs of Notorious Characters who have been Convicted of Offenses against the Laws of England During the Seventeenth Century, and Continued to the Present Time, Chronologically Arranged, by George Theodore Wilkinson, London, Thomas Kelly, no date, II, pp. 239-242 (Revision of the last).
Notes on the Ancestry and Descendants of William Hume of Fauquier County, Virginia, a Revolutionary War Soldier, by Mrs. Clarence F. Smith, Jr., Tyler’s Quarterly Magazine, Volume 27, April, 1946, pp. 309-318. ; Genealogies of Virginia Families : From Tyler's Quarterly Historical and Genealogical Magazine, Baltimore, MD, Clearfield, 2007, pp. 378-387.
Notes on Dignities in the Peerage of Scotland which are Dormant Or which Have Been Forfeited, by William Oxenham Hewlett, Wildy and sons, 1882, pp. 6-7, 10-11, 14-16, 27, 39-41, 48, 68-70, 110, 119, 129, 131, 140, 143, 182, 207-209.
Notes on the Flodden Banner preserved at Wedderburn Castle; by Colonel David Milne-Home, History of the Berwickshire Naturalists Club, 1896-8, XVI, part III, pp. 289-294 and Plate XI.
Notice of Four Ancient Scottish Standards, with Detailed Description of the Recently Discovered Marchmont Standard, by Sir James Balfour Paul, Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland, LII, 5th Series, 1917-1918, Volume IV, pp. 49-60.
Observations on the Historical Work of the late Rt. Hon. Charles James Fox; with a Narrative of the Events which Occurred in the Enterprize of the Earl of Argyle in 1685, by Sir Patrick Hume, by Rt. Hon. George Rose, London, CadelI and Davies, 1809, pp. i-xxxvi; 1-67; i-lxxx. Appendix 1 is Lady Murray's Narrative of her Mother, Lady Grizzel Baillie.
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