1702 Anne, Queen of England

William de jure 11th Lord Borthwick - killed at Ramillies - succeeded by his cousin, Henry de jure, 12th Lord Borthwick. Henry dies of wounds received at Battle of Ramillies and is succeeded by his son, Henry de jure 13th Lord Borthwick 1706
1706 Battle of Ramillies
1707 Scottish parliament passes Act of Union Henry, 13th Lord Borthwick dies and is succeeded by his brother, Henry 14th Lord Borthwick  
1714 Death of Queen Anne -
George 1 King of England
 
1715 Jacobite rebellion 1723
1745 Bonnie Price Charlie lands in Scotland Henry, 14th Lord Borthwick's right to title admitted by House of Lords. Henry dies, when title again becomes dormant. The right of succession however passing to his cousin an heir, Patrick, 15th Lord Borthwick - a merchant in leith.  
1746 Battle of Culloden  
  1762
  Patrick, 15th Lord Borthwick dies and is succeeded by his son, Archibald de jure, 16th Lord Borthwick - a merchant in Christiansund in Norway, and afterwards a banker in Edinburgh. He claimed Peerage in 1808, but the claim was undecided at his death in 1815 1772
go to 16th Century
go to 17th Century
go to 18th Century
go to 19th Century
go to 20th Century