The Bethune Clan is a Scottish clan with Norman-French origins. The clan takes its name from the town of B�thune in France. The Bethunes arrived in Scotland in the 12th century and settled in Fife. They were granted lands and played important roles in Scottish society, particularly in military and administrative positions. The Bethunes were influential throughout Scottish history, and notable members of the clan include physicians, clergymen, and diplomats. Today, the Bethune Clan’s descendants continue to honor their heritage and maintain connections to their ancestral roots.