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Families covered: Livingstone of Bedlormie, Livingstone of Craigenhall, Livingstone of Ogleface (Ogilface), Livingstone of Westquarter

Sir George Livingston of Ogilface (Ogleface) (d 1616)
m. Margaret Crichton (dau of William Crichton of Innermylie or Innerytie)
1. Sir William Livingstone of Craigenhall (Craigengall?) and Ogleface (Ogilface) (d 1649)
  m. Margaret Stewart
  A. Sir Alexander Livingstone of Craigenhall, Ogleface & Bedlormie (d 05.1690)
  m. (1645) Susanna Walker (dau of Patrick Walker of Bedlormie)
  i. Sir Alexander Livingstone of Craigenhall, Ogleface & Bedlormie, de jure 2nd Bart (d 1720)
  Although Alexander and his immediate successors did not assume the baronetcy, which was inherited from a cousin, the title was eventually assumed by one of his successors (below) after it had been dormant for many years.
  m. (1683) Henrietta Scott (dau of Alexander Scott of Edinburgh)
  a. Sir George Livingstone of Bedlormie, de jure 3rd Bart (dsp 1729)
  m. (1722) Frances Kerr (dau of Captain John Kerr)
b. Sir Alexander Livingstone of Bedlormie, de jure 4th Bart (d 1766, surgeon)
  m1. Christian Hay (dau of John Hay)
  m2. Margaret Murray (dau of John Murray of Muirlawpen)
  c. James Livingstone of Westquarter (dsp 1740)
  m. Annabella Cameron
  d. William Livingstone, de jure 5th Bart (d 22.02.1769, Captain)
  m. Helen Parker (dau of John Parker of London)
  e. Robert Livingstone (d 1759)
  m. Isabella Baillie (dau of Thomas Baillie of Polkemmet)
  (1) Sir Alexander Livingstone of Bedlormie & Westquarter, 6th Bart (d 1795)
  Sir Alexander successfully claimed the dormant baronetcy.
  m1. Anne Atkinson (dau of John Atkinson of London)
  (A) Sir Thomas Livingstone of Bedlormie & Westquarter, 7th Bart (b 20.11.1769, dsp 01.04.1853, Admiral, 3rd son)
  m. (1809) Janet Stirling (dau of Sir James Stirling, Lord Provost of Edinburgh, 1st Bart, by Alison, dau of James Mansfield of Edinburgh)
  (B) Thurstanus Livingstone of Rotherhithe (d 12.1839)
  m1. (25.10.1797) Susannah Dupuis (dau of John Dupuis of Spittalfields, widow of James Brown)
  m2. (08.08.1808) Catherine Anne Dupuis (sister of Susannah, widow of John Ticehurst)
  (i) Alexander Livingstone (d 1859)
Alexander claimed the baronetcy but, because his mother was sister of his father's 1st wife, he was declared illegitimate under Scots (albeit not English) law and the claim was eventually lost in the House of Lords (after being accepted in the Court of Appeal).
  (C) Anne Livingstone
  m. (1801) John Fenton (rector of Ousby)
  (i) John Thomas Fenton (d 1875)
  m. Selina Heathcote (dau of Sir John Edensor Heathcote)
  (a) Thomas Livingstone Fenton, later Fenton-Livingstone of Beldrormie & Westquarter (b 17.01.1829, d 18.12.1891)
  m. (10.04.1855) Christian Margaret Waddell (d 01.11.1919, dau of William Waddell, 4th of Easter Moffat)
  (D)+ other issue (d unm) - Alexander Small (dvp 1790), George Augustus, Francis, son
  m2. (1782) Jean Cranston (b 19.02.1745, dau of Captain William Henry Cranston, son of William, 5th Lord), by Anne, sister of Sir David Murray, 4th Bart of Stanhope)
  (H) Elizabeth Livingstone
  m. (26.07.1809) James Kirsopp of the Spittal
  (I)+ 2 sons
  f.+ 2 sons
2.+ other issue - John (b 1599), Robert, Elizabeth (b 1600/1)

Main source(s): data kindly provided by Gavin Waddell (27.06/17.07.07) based on information to be published in his book 'The History of the Waddells of Scotland' with some support/input from TCB (vol iv, Livingston of Westquarter)
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