James Lindesay-Bethune, 16th Earl of Lindsay
The son of David, Earl of Lindsay and his first wife Mary Douglas-Scott-Montagu, he was educated at Eton, the University of Edinburgh and the University of California, Davis. He succeeded his father as Earl of Lindsay in 1989. He was vice-chairman of the Inter-Party Union Committee on Environment 1994–95, and was Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Scotland from 1995–97, during which time he was responsible for agriculture, fisheries and environment. His work has been involved with the environment and the food industry.
- William James Lindesay-Bethune, Viscount of Garnock (b. 30 December 1990)
- Hon. David Nigel Lindsay-Bethune (b. 1993)
- Lady Frances Mary Lindsay-Bethune (b. 1986)
- Lady Alexandra Penelope Lindsay-Bethune (b. 1988)
- Lady Charlotte Diana Lindsay-Bethune (b. 1993)
- "Patronesses". Royal Caledonian Ball.
- "Aristocrat Countess of Lindsay strips off for fox hunt fund". Daily Express. Retrieved 28 March 2016.
- "ThePeerage.com". Retrieved 4 August 2007.
- Hansard 1803–2005: contributions in Parliament by the Earl of Lindsay
- Profile on parliament.uk
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