One more time...Our DNA match to the Clendenen surname was 33/37 not 31/37 as I said...apologies for the mistake. That's not too bad actually...we might share a common ancestor somewhere in the not so distant past. The name spelled Glendonwyn is apparently an old spelling of this name and goes back to the 1300's in Scotland and Adam de Glendonwyn goes back to the late 1200's in Dumfriesshire, Scotland. So the Adam GLENDONYNG of Dumfies whose son John was born there in 1642, is probably a descendant of this very early Adam. Okay, I think that's all.