The ARTHUR Family of Bathgate,West Lothian

Arthur Surname Entries Extracted from Paroch Registers

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Bathgate, a town and a parish in the south-west of Linlithgowshire. The town stands in the middle of the parish, 6 miles south by west of Linlithgow, whilst by sections of the North British, that converge to it from the east, south, west, and north-west, it is 19¾ west by south of Edinburgh, 14¼ north-east of Morningside, 16 east by north of Coatbridge, 24¾ east by north of Glasgow, and 8½ south of Manuel Junction.

Its situation is a pleasant one. The hilly grounds to the north-east, and the beautiful park of Balbardie on the north, give a cheerful aspect to the town, which consists of two parts, the old and the new. The old stands on a ridgy declivity, and has narrow crooked lanes; the new town, on low ground, is regularly aligned, and has well-built streets. A considerable extension occurred after the opening of the Bathgate and Edinburgh railway in 1849; a greater one, after the establishment of a neighbouring paraffin work in 1852; and other ones, or rather a continually increasing one, after the subsequent commencing or enlargement of other neighbouring works connected with mines and with mineral produce. The inhabitants prior to the first of these extensions, had little other employment than hand-loom weaving, and lived in a state of penury; but the new works employed not only them but numerous immigrants from other towns.

Bathgate soon grew to threefold its former extent, and passed from a state of stagnancy and decay to one of bustle and prosperity; and though suffering at present under the general depression of trade, it now has many fine dwelling-houses and handsome shops. It possesses a head post office, with money order, savings' bank, insurance, and telegraph departments; two railway stations, upper and lower; offices of the Royal, National, and Union banks; a local saving's bank; two chief hotels, the Bathgate and the Commercial; a handsome and commodious corn-exchange; a police station (1870); a working men's institute (1875); and a Saturday paper, the West Lothian Courant (1872).

Places of worship are the parish church (rebuilt 1882; cost £5,000), a Free church, a U.P. church, an Evangelical Union chapel, a Wesleyan chapel, and a Roman Catholic chapel (1858; 600 sittings).

A weekly market is held on Tuesday, and has become important as a central corn-market for Linlithgowshire and for parts of the adjoining counties. Cattle fairs are held on the fourth Wednesday of June and October; and cattle and hiring fairs on the Wednesdays after Whitsunday and Martinmas, old style.

The public works, to which the town owes its growth, and also the schools, will be noticed under the parish.

The town, with a territory around it, was anciently a sheriffdom; and in legal form it still is such, only that the sheriff of Linlithgowshire is always also sheriff of Bathgate. The right to its sheriffdom was long hereditary, and belonged to the Earls of Hopetoun, whose representative, on the abolition of hereditary jurisdictions in 1747, was compensated by a payment of £2,000. In 1824 the town was constituted a burgh of barony by Act of Parliament, under which it is governed by a provost, 3 bailies, 12 councillors, and a treasurer; in 1865 it adopted the general police and improvement act of Scotland, and since has a body of police commissioners.

Walter, the son-in-law of King Robert Bruce, receiving Bathgate as part of his wife's dowry, had a residence at it, and died here in 1328. Some of the inhabitants suffered hardship and loss in the times of the persecution; and the insurgent army of the Covenanters, when on their march from the W to Rullion Green, spent a disastrous night at Bathgate.

Jn. Reid, M. D. (1809-49), anatomist and physiologist, and Sir James Simpson (1811-70), professor of midwifery in Edinburgh University, were natives. Populatiom of burgh (1831) 2581, (1861) 4827, (1871) 4991, (1881) 4885.

The parish of Bathgate contains also the small town of Armadale, 2½ miles W by S. It is bounded, N by Torphichen and Linlithgow, north-east by a detached portion of Ecclesmachan, east by Livingston, south by Livingston and Whitburn, south-west by Shotts in Lanarkshire, and north-west by Torphichen.

Its greatest length from east to west is 6½ miles; its breadth from N to S varies between 2½ and 3½ miles; and its area is 10,887½ acres, of which 11¾ are water. The surface-nowhere much less than 400, or more than 1000, feet above sea-level-attains 626 feet near Cowdenhead in the west, 409 at Balmuir in the north-west, 1000 at the Knock in the north, 563 near Colinshiel, 535 near Bathville, 537 near Whiteside, 583 near Torbanehill in the south, 486 near Upper Bathgate station, 848 at the Standing Stones, and 700 near Drumcross in the east. The western and part of the southern slope of the hilly mass are considerable declivities, yet contain the best land in the parish. The tract at the base is the lowest ground, was naturally marshy, and appears to have long lain mainly under water; but now, in result of draining, is comparatively dry.

Ballencrieff Water rises among the hills, makes a circuit through great part of the low tracts, and then runs for about 1½ mile along the boundary with Torphichen. Barbauchlaw Burn comes in from the south-west, traces much of the rest of the boundary with Torphichen, and makes a confluence with Ballencrieff Water. The river Almond, from a point about 5 miles below its source, runs about 1½ mile on the boundary with Whitburn. A lake of about 11 acres lay in the northern vicinity of the town, but was drained in 1853. About 510 acres are under wood; 800 are pastoral or waste; and all the rest save what is occupied by buildings, public works, fences, roads. and railways, is either constantly or occasionally in tillage. The rocks include dykes and masses of trap, but belong mainly to the coal measures, and are very rich in useful minerals.

At Boghead, 1½ mile south-west of the town, a black bituminous shale, sharing the appearance both of coal and slate, was found in 1850 to be peculiarly rich in mineral oil, and began to be worked about 1852 for the production of illuminating gas, paraffin oil, and solid paraffin. Coming into much demand also for exportation to the Continent and elsewhere, it was mined at the rate of fully 100,000 tons a year; but about 1866 began to show signs of exhaustion, signs that fulfilled themselves in 1873.

Chemical works, for manufacturing paraffin oil and solid paraffin, stand about ¾ mile SSW of Boghead; cover 25 acres; are connected by branch railways with the main lines in their vicinity; look, in the distance, like a grimy irregularly-built village; and employ from 400 to 500 men. These works underwent some change, at the expiry of a lease, in 1864; and they were sold, about the beginning of 1866, at a price variously reported from £200,000 to £240,000. Other works of similar kind, under stimulus of the prosperous experiment at Boghead, and after successful search for shales of kindred character to the Boghead shale, were meanwhile established at Uphall, Broxburn, Kirkliston, Westwood, Hermand, Saltney, Calderhall, Charlesfield, Leavenseat, Addiewell, and other places in Linlithgowshire and the west border of Edinburghshire; and these, by powerfully extending the demand for paraffin oil and paraffin throughout Great Britain, and in countries so distant as China, gave increasing impulse and energy to the parent works and researches in the neighbourhood of Boghead.

One of the new works was established within Bathgate parish itself, shortly before 1865; and that, together with brick-making and mining in connection with it, employs between 300 and 400 persons. Another of the new works also was erected, near the end of 1865, about 3 miles east of Bathgate town.

Collieries have long and extensively been worked in the parish, whose western half contained nine active pits in 1879. A very rich iron ore was, at one time, worked on the estate of Couston. Limestone for conversion into quick-lime, sandstone for building, and trap rock for road-metal, are largely quarried. Lead ore, in small frequently-interrupted veins, with traces of silver, occurs in the limestone beds. The argentiferous ore was long worked in one of the limestone quarries, still called the Silver Mine; but, after yielding a considerable quantity of silver, it ceased to be obtained in sufficient quantity for remunerative working. The Silver Mine was explored in 1871; was then found to comprise several deep pits with numerous ramifications; and to contain inscriptions and a curious ancient hammer, showing it to have been extensively worked in the Middle Ages; and, giving promise of lead, silver, and platinum ores, it was once more for a time subjected to vigorous operation. Thin beds of mineral pitch also are found in the limestone; and traces of brown blende zinc ore have been observed; Calc-spar is plentiful; and heavy-spar, pearl-spar, Lydian stone, and chalcedony are occasionally found. Fire clay is abundant.

Antiquities are Couston Castle and the Refuge Stone, in the north-west; the Boar Stone, in the south-west; the Standing Stones, in the north-east; the old church, a little south-east of the town; and Ballencrieff House, to the north of the same.

The principal mansions are Balbardie, Boghead, Torbanehill, Kaim Park, Rosemount, Easter Inch, Drumcross, Wester Drumcross, and Wester Inch; and 14 proprietors hold each an annual value of £500 and upwards, 43 of between £100 and £500, 59 of from £50 to £100, and 100 of from £20 to £50.

Bathgate is in the presbytery of Linlithgow and synod of Lothian and Tweeddale; its minister's income is £314. Besides Armadale public school, the Academy and a Roman Catholic school at Bathgate town, and Bathgate landward public school, with respective accommodation for 774,187, and 131 children, had (1879) an average attendance of 608,179, and 155, and grants of £599, £90, 8s. 1d., and £94,11s. Valuation (1881) £34,449, 19s. Pop. (1801) 2513, (1831) 3593, (1861) 10,134, (1871) 10,129, (1881) 9450, of whom 6,425 belong to Bathgate registration district.—Ord. Sur., sh. 31,1867.

Under John Watson and his sons William, Thomas and David, Brick Works were early established at Bathville, and after Mr. Wood had devoted himself to the development of the coalfield with great success, he turned his attention to the Brick Works to such an extent that again the ground was studded with tall chimney stalks, and the output of bricks for building purposes was something enormous. These works are fitted with the most up-to-date machinery for making brick and the most approved kilns for burning them. On the site of the original brick works, Messrs Robertson and Love, in 1882, instituted a fireclay pipe work, in conjunction with brick manufacturing, and have greatly extended their operations by many additions … bricks brought from Broompark Works, near Torphichen …

A historical perspective, drawn from the Ordnance Gazetteer of Scotland: A Survey of Scottish Topography, Statistical, Biographical and Historical, edited by Francis H. Groome and originally published in parts by Thomas C. Jack, Grange Publishing Works, Edinburgh between 1882 and 1885.

  1. James, son of William Arthur and Mary Johnstone, baptised August 20, 1732.
  2. Isobel, daughter of John Arthur and Agnes Meikle, born November 19, 1749 and baptised November 22.
  3. Dorothea, daughter of John Arthur and Agnes Meikle in Torphichen, baptised May 10, 1752.
  4. John, son of Alexander Arthur and Isobel Grinton, baptised July 5, 1752.
  5. Robert, son of Alexander Arthur and Isabel Grinton, born August 22, 1754 and baptised September 8.
  6. Adam, son of Alexander Arthur and Isabel Grinton, born July 8, 1757 and baptised July 24.
  7. William Arthur and his spouse Janet Hutton had a child born February 10, 1770, baptised March 11, and named Ely Arthur.
  8. James Arthur and his spouse Elizabeth White had a child born July 4, 1770, baptised July 15 and named Isabel.
  9. Alexander Arthur and his spouse Isabel Hunter (?) had a child born November 21, 1771, baptised November 24 and named Marrion Arthur.
  10. William Arthur and his spouse Janet Hutton had a child born December 26, 1771, baptised the same day and named William Arthur.
  11. Alexander Arthur and his spouse Isabel Hushel (?) had a child born August 5, 1774, baptised August 7 and named James Arthur.
  12. Alexander Arthur and his spouse Isabel Hunter (?) had a child born December 11, 1776, baptised December 15 and named Jean Arthur.
  13. James Arthur and his spouse Elizabeth White had a child born April 2, 1778, baptised April 14 and named Mary Arthur.
  14. Robert Arthur, mason, died November 26, 1782.
  15. Adam Arthur and his spouse Jean Watt had a child born on June 13, 1790, baptised June 20, and named Margaret Arthur.
  16. Jean Watt, spouse of Adam Arthur, died October 23, 1791 age 27.
  17. Alexander Arthur and his spouse Isobel Hamilton had a child born December 10, 1791, baptised December 16 and named William Arthur.
  18. Mary (Margaret ?) Arthur, daughter of Alexander Arthur, wright of Bathgate, died on September 1, 1792 of smallpox age 18 months.
  19. Alexander Arthur and his spouse Isabel Hamilton had a child born on December 10, 1792, baptised December 16 and named William Arthur.
  20. John Arthur and his spouse Margaret (Reid ?) had a child born on May 13, 1794, baptised May 25 and named Jean Arthur.
  21. Adam Arthur and his spouse Mary Briggs had a child born May 15, 1794, baptised May 25 and named Mary Arthur.
  22. Alexander Arthur and his spouse Isobel Hamilton had a child born October 10, 1794, baptised October 12 and named Isobel Arthur.
  23. Isobel Cushel, spouse of Alexander Arthur, died of inflammation of the bowels December 3, 1794 age 60 years.
  24. Adam Arthur and his spouse Mary Briggs had a child born on August 17, 1795, baptised August 23 and named Alexander Arthur.
  25. Jean Arthur, daughter of Adam Arthur, grocer of Bathgate, died November 9, 1795 of measles.
  26. Adam Arthur and his spouse Mary Briggs had a child born May 6, 1797, baptised May 14 and named Adam Arthur.
  27. Alexander Arthur and his spouse Isobel Hamilton had a child born October 8, 1797, baptised October 22 and named John Arthur.
  28. Adam Arthur and his spouse Mary Briggs had a child born December 3, 1798, baptised December 9 and named William Arthur.
  29. Alexander Arthur and his spouse Isobel Hamilton had a child born September 10, 1799, baptised September 15 and named Margaret Arthur.
  30. Adam Arthur and his spouse Mary Briggs had a child born July 12, 1800, baptised July 20 and named Isobel Arthur.
  31. Alexander Arthur and his spouse Isobel Hamilton had a child born September 19, 1801, baptised October 4 and named James Arthur.
  32. Andrew Arthur and his spouse Margaret Shanks had a child born February 14, 1802, baptised February 20 and named Robert Arthur.
  33. James Arthur, son of Alexander Arthur, wright, died January 6, 1803 of fever age 18 months.
  34. Alexander Arthur and his spouse Isobel Hamilton had a child born November 8, 1803, baptised November 26 and named Mary Arthur.
  35. Andrew Arthur and his spouse Margaret Shanks had a child born June 18, 1804, baptised June 24 and named Andrew Arthur.
  36. Adam Arthur and his spouse Mary Briggs had a child born July 2, 1804, baptised July 15 and named John Arthur.
  37. Robert Arthur and his spouse Elisabeth Bennet had a child born April 1, 1805, baptised April 21 and named Mary Arthur.
  38. Alexander Arthur and his spouse Isobel Hamilton had a child born October 22, 1805, baptised November 3 and named Agnes Arthur.
  39. John Arthur, son of Adam Arthur, vintner, died October 28, 1805 of chincough age 16 months.
  40. Andrew Arthur and his spouse Margaret Shanks had a child born May 16, 1806, baptised June 1 and named Christian Arthur.
  41. Robert Arthur, son of Robert Arthur and Elisabeth Bennet of Armadale, died May 19, 1807 of decay age 14 years.
  42. Adam Arthur, innkeeper of Bathgate, died July 12, 1807 of inflammation of the bowels by drinking water when hot, age 50 years.
  43. Robert Arthur and his spouse Elisabeth Bennet had a child born October 16, 1807, baptised November 2 and named William Arthur.
  44. Alexander Arthur and his spouse Isobel Hamilton had a child born June 24, 1808, baptised July 3 and named James Arthur.
  45. Andrew Arthur and his spouse Margaret Shanks had a child born January 12, 1809, baptised January 29 and named Elisabeth Arthur.
  46. James Arthur, son of Alexander Arthur, died July 9, 1809 of bowel hyve age 13 months.
  47. Robert Arthur and his spouse Elisabeth Bennet had a child born November 26, 1810, baptised December 23 and named Robert Arthur.
  48. Andrew Arthur and his spouse Margaret Shanks had a child born April 24, 1811, baptised may 12 and named Catherine Arthur.
  49. Alexander Arthur and his spouse Margaret Brown had a child born August 18, 1811, baptised September 1 and named Margaret Arthur.
  50. Isobel Arthur, died June 13, 1812 of inflammation of the head, age 62 years.
  51. Barbara Arthur died March 8, 1813 age 15 years.
  52. Andrew Arthur and his spouse Margaret Shanks had a child born May 23, 1813, baptised May 30 and named William Arthur.
  53. Andrew Arthur and his spouse Margaret Shanks had a child born January 16, 1816, baptised February 4 and named James Arthur.
  54. Robert Marshall and Jean Arthur had a child born in fornication February 8, 1816, baptised May 2 and named Peter Bennet Marshall.
  55. Margaret Arthur, wife of John Syme, aged 62 years died May 1, 1816.
  56. Adam Arthur and his spouse Margaret Rankine had a child born April 10, 1818, baptised April 19 and named Margaret Arthur.
  57. Andrew Arthur and his spouse Margaret Shanks had a child born November 15, 1818, baptised November 18 and named Isobel Arthur.
  58. Alexander Arthur and his spouse Margaret Russell had a child born on February 29, 1819, baptised on March 12 and named Janet Douglas Arthur.
  59. Adam Arthur and his spouse Margaret Rankine had a child born on January 30, 1820, baptised February 13 and named Margaret Arthur.
  60. William Arthur and Violet Todd were proclaimed (3 shillings) and married on October 14, 1820.
  61. Thomas Arthur died December 6, 1820 age 1 month.
  62. William Arthur and his spouse Violet Tod had a child born on December 16, 1820, baptised January (?) 1821, and named Jean Todd Arthur.
  63. Alexander Arthur and his spouse Margaret Russell had a child born on July 27, 1821, baptised on July 29, and named Mary Briggs Arthur.
  64. Margaret Arthur died August 14, 1821 age 51 years.
  65. Adam Arthur and his spouse Margaret Rankine had a child born on March 15, 1822, baptised and named Mary Briggs Arthur.
  66. Alexander Arthur died October 11, 1822.
  67. Mort cloth: Janet Arthur, 1823, 3s.
  68. Janet Arthur died January 26, 1823 age 80 years.
  69. William Arthur and his spouse Violet Todd had a child born on May 9, 1823, baptised and named Adam Arthur.
  70. Christian Arthur, daughter of John Arthur, died of bowel hyve March 8, 1824 age 1 year.
  71. Adam Arthur and his spouse Margaret Rankine had a child born on March 13, 1824, baptised and named Isabella Arthur.
  72. Mort cloth: Elizabeth Arthur, January 1825, 7s.
  73. Elizabeth Arthur died of consumption March 26, 1825 age 63 years.
  74. Mort cloth: Andrew Arthur, May 1826, 5s.
  75. Andrew (?) Arthur died of inflammation of the bowels May 9, 1826 age 53 years.
  76. Mort cloth: Isabella Andrew, August 1826, 7s.
  77. Adam Arthur and his spouse Margaret Rankine had a child born on July 29, 1826, baptised August 26 and named Marion Arthur.
  78. Isabella Arthur died of inflammation September 30, 1826 age 26 years.
  79. Margaret Arthur died December 7, 1826 age 87 years.
  80. William Arthur died of measles January 18, 1827 age 2 years.
  81. Alexander Arthur and his spouse Margaret Russell had a child born on January 27, 1829, baptised February 14 and named Margaret Arthur.
  82. Alexander Arthur and his spouse Margaret Brown (?) had a child born on July 28, 1829, baptised and named John Arthur.
  83. Alexander Arthur and his spouse Margaret Russell had a child born on July 3, 1831, baptised July 24 and named Adam Arthur.
  84. Nisbet Easton and his spouse Margaret Arthur had a child born November 17, 1831, baptised January 1, 1832 and named Andrew Easton.
  85. James Arthur died by accident June 21, 1832 age 29 years.
  86. Robert Walker, weaver, and his spouse Agnes Arthur had a child born July 8, 1832, baptised and named Isabella Walker.
  87. John Rankine of Inchcross and Mary Arthur had a child born in fornication April 3, 1833, baptised and named John Rankine.
  88. Christian Arthur died in child birth April 3, 1834 age 28 years.
  89. Alexander Arthur and Janet Stein, both of this parish, proclaimed November 8, 1834, not married.
  90. Alexander Arthur and Susan Strathearn, both of this parish, proclaimed January 24, 1835.
  91. Alexander Arthur and his spouse Margaret Russell had a child born April 17, 1835, baptised May 10 and named Isabella Arthur.
  92. Janet McArthur (?) died of inflammation of the brain July 27, 1835 age 1 year.
  93. Alexander Arthur and Susan Strathearn, both of this parish, proclaimed February 15, 1836.
  94. Robert Arthur died of old age June 23, 1836 age 87 years.
  95. Alexander Arthur and his spouse Margaret Russell had a child born April 15, 1838, baptised May 14 and named Violet Arthur.
  96. Andrew Arthur died of water on the brain April 27, 1838 age 6 years.
  97. Janet Arthur died of old age April 1, 1839 age 75 years.
  98. Robert Arthur and Jean McNie, both of this parish, proclaimed October 17, 1840 and married November 3 by Samuel Martin.
  99. Jean Arthur died of fever June 25, 1841 age 46 years.
  100. James Mulholland of the parish of Ruglen and Mary Arthur of this parish proclaimed June 26, 1842.
  101. Thomas Arthur of the parish of Auchtermuchty and Mary Arthur of this parish proclaimed June 26, 1842.
  102. John Arthur and Jane Anderson, both of this parish, proclaimed October 15, 1843.
  103. Marion Arthur died by accident November 30, 1843 age 72 years.
  104. William Arthur died of consumption May 26, 1844 age 51 years.
  105. John Wilson and Mary Briggs Arthur, both of this parish, proclaimed and married September 29, 1844 by the Reverand Mr.Wood *
  106. Monumental inscription taken from gravestone #81 in Kirkton churchyard, Bathgate: " (urn on top) John Wilson at Wheattockbrae 13 May 1865 (age 47), wife Mary Briggs Arthur at Armadale 21 December 1891 (age 70), by children"
  107. William Arthur died of inflammation January 7, 1845 age 19 years.
  108. Jane Arthur died of burning August 12, 1845 age 1 year.
  109. Alexander Arthur died of old age October 25, 1845 age 79 years.
  110. John David and Janet Arthur, both of this parish, proclaimed January 4, 1846.
  111. John Wilson, miner of Armadale, and his spouse Mary Arthur had a child born October 14, 1846, baptised and named Alexander Arthur Wilson.
  112. James Arthur died of inflammation May 2, 1847 age 1 month.
  113. Margaret Arthur, wife of Robert Masterton, weaver of Muir, Bathgate, died February 7, 1848 age 55 years.
  114. Alexander Arthur and Helen Fleming, both of this parish, proclaimed October 22, 1848.
  115. William Arthur and Margaret Gardiner, both of this parish, proclaimed December 2, 1849.
  116. John Arthur and Elizabeth Pender, both of this parish, proclaimed April 7, 1850 and married April 24 by the Reverand Samuel Martin.
  117. Peter Walker of this parish and Isabella Arthur of the parish of Torpichen proclaimed June 24, 1850.
  118. Robert Arthur, mason, and Jane Wightman his spouse had a child born November 1, 1850 baptised and named Jane Arthur.
  119. Robert Arthur, mason, and Jane Wightman, daughter of the late James Wightman, coach driver, both of this parish proclaimed November 3, 1850.
  120. Robert Arthur, mason, and Jane Wightman his spouse, had a child born on November 1, 1851, baptised and named James Arthur.
  121. John Arthur and Mary Hughes, both of this parish, proclaimed November 9, 1851.
  122. Elizabeth Arthur, grand daughter of William Fleming, labourer, of Rikton, died of hydocephalitis February 4, 1852 age 5 years.
  123. William Walker, carter, and Margaret Arthur, daughter of Robert Arthur, mason, both of this parish, proclaimed June 13, 1852.
  124. Alexander Arthur, land measurer, died February 11, 1853 age 64 years.
  125. Margaret Roberts, daughter of Robert Arthur, mason, died of scarletina February 27, 1853 age 2 years.
  126. Robert Arthur, mason, and Jane Wightman his spouse, had a child born on May 16, 1853, baptised and named Mary Arthur.
  127. William Dick, teacher of the parish of Dunbar, and Margaret Arthur of this parish proclaimed August 21, 1853.

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