William Chisholm, Parson in 1552, probably until 1560.
Hugh Hudson, Prebend of Upsetlington 1556-1589, Reader in Whitsome in 1567 and Exhorter on 1754. Minister of Whitsome until 1585.
Thomas Ogilvie, Minister of Whitsome and Upsetlington in 1585, later Minister of Hutton.
Robert Hislop Minister of Ayton in 1585, Whitsome 1586, Swinton in 1590, Whitsome 1595-1607 when he died.
Alexander Kinnear, Minister of Whitsome 1608-before 1647. He was also one of the Commissioners for Maintenance of church Discipline, 21st October 1634; Member of the kirk Assembly 1645 and 1646.
Andrew Patterson Minister of Whitsome from at least 1658 until his death in 1667.
He had a daughter, Janet to whom Peter Hay of Muiton served as trustee as he was
her next of kin.
George Davidson, Minister of Rerrick before 1664, Anwoth 1666, Whitsome 1668-his death before 1686.
Adam Waddel Minister of Whitsome 1685-1713
John Veitch Assistant to William Veitch, the Minister of Dumfries, Minister of Whitsome 1715-1722.
He was the grandson of William Veitch, Minister of Westruther. In July 1717, he
married Elisabeth Blair (d. 1746) and they had 1 daughter, Peggie. He died May
James Calder or Coldon Minister of Whitsome 1723-1754.
John Waugh - abt. 1713-1800. Incumbant at the time of the Statistical. Account. 1799. Ordained as a dissenting Minister in Alnwick in 1743, admitted in Whitsome in 1755. One of his daughters married the Minster of Swinton (who wrote the Whitsome Statistical Account.) Minister of Whitsome 1755-1800.
George Drummond 1759-1820 Minister of Whitsome 1800-1820. he wrote the Statistical Accounts. for Cranshaws and Mordington.
Adam Landells 1748-1838, a Minister for 64 years. Ministal of etal 1776, Minister of Hutton 1789, Minister of Whitsome 1821-1836 He wrote the Statistical Account of Hutton.
Joseph Stevenson 1806-1895. having worked for the British Museum (1831-1834) and Public Records (1834-1838), he was presented to Whitsome in 1838 by George Wilson of Whitsomehill. George Knight, Minister of Mordington, objected because some of his children had been baptised into the Church of England. This was overruled,
but when a second appeal was launched by Mr Knight, he withdrew. He joined the Church of England in 1839
(were he became librarian to the Dean & Chapter of Durham in 1841, Curate of St
Giles (1847) and Vicar of Leighton Buzzard (1849-1862), then the Church of Rome in 1863, becoming a Priest in 1872 and a Jesuit in 1885.
From 1872-1876, he worked in the Vatican Archive. He married Mary Ann Craig of
Glasgow, who died 1862, leaving children.
Robert Cowe 1804-1867. Minister of the High Meeting of Berwick-on-Tweed in 1832, Minister of Whitsome 1839-1843. Joined the Free Church, becoming Minister in Portobello in 1834, St Andrew's Presbyterian Church in Manchester in 1845, Free Dst Stephen's of Glasgow in 1849.
John Robertson 1800-1865. Minister of Houndswood 1838, Whitsome 1843-1865
John Alexander Robertson Assistant at old Greyfriars o Edinburgh 1859-1866, Minister of Whitsome 1866-1906. Clerk of presbytry 1870, Clerk of Synod, 1899.
Norman Reid Mitchell Minister of Whitsome 1906-1911, then to Steven memorial Church, Bellahouston in Glasgow.
Hugh Park Reid 1871-?? Assistant at Muirkirk, St. Vincent's and Sandyford (Glasgow) 1896-1901, Minister of St. Andrew's Church in Alexandria, Egypt 1901-1910, Minister of Whitsome 1911-1948
Robert Y. Cairns Minister of Whitsome 1949-1954.
He married Martha MacRostie on 10 September 1901, and had 2 sons and a daughter.
The parish was then merged with Ladykirk in 1955.