Sinclairs of Newtownards and Belfast


The Sinclairs of Newtownards and Belfast


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 generations        
Alexander Sinkler of Newtownards, Co. Down (1640/50-c.1726) m. not known      
  William, Yeoman, Maister, Merchant of Newtownards and Mill Street, Belfast (1679-1759)    
  m. 1st Jane Gregg (1682-1714)                
  m. 2nd Jane Scott (1685-1760)                
    3 children, d. young (one 1727, one 1733)          
    Sarah (1716-) m. George Wells            
    John of Belfast, linen draper (1724-1769)          
    Thomas, now Sinclaire, of High Street, Belfast, linen draper (1719-1798)    
    m. 1749 Esther Eccles Pottinger of Mt. Pottinger (1726-1781)      
      Agnes (Nancy) (1751-1826), unm.          
      William (1752-1756)              
      Joseph (1753-1767)              
      Thomas of Glenbank (1754-1838), bur. in vault at Holywood, Co. Down,    
      m. 1791 Jane W. Bland              
        Mary Anne (1794-1815)            
      Jane (1755-c.1795) m. 1775 James Pollock of Bessbrook and Newry, Co. Armagh (1748-1816)
        John (1776-1781)              
        Hester (1778-1800) m. James Douglas        
        Eliza (1779-)              
        St. Clair (1792-1797), went to USA        
        Agnes (1801-1875)            
      Frances (1757-) m. George Wells          
        2 sons, d. young            
      William Frederick (1758-1807)            
      m. 1784 Charlotte Maria Pollock (1763-1850), sister of James Pollock, who married William's sister Jane
        Eliza of Holywood, Co. Down (1785-1857)        
        m. 1809 Edward May, Rector of Belfast, 2nd Bart. (1783-1819), d. at Pisa, Italy  
          Edward Stephen (-1864)          
          Rt. Hon. George Augustus, Lord Chief Justice of Ireland    
        Hester Eccles Sinclaire (1788-1873)        
        m. 1810 Rev. James Strange Butson (1777-1845), Archdeacon of Clonfert, Co. Galway  
        Charlotte Maria Sinclaire (c.1803-)        
        m. 1826 Conway Richard Dobbs of Castle Dobbs, JP, DL (1796-1886), Commander Royal Navy,
        High Sheriff of Co. Antrim 1841, MP for Carrickfergus 1832      
          Richard Archibald (1843-1853)        
          Montague William Everard (1844-)        
          Olivia Nicola m. 1854 Sir James Macaulay Higginson    
          Frances Millicient m. 1856 Col. Hugh Boyd      
          Hester A. Caroline m. 1853 Gerald George Aylmer, Baron    
          Harriet Sydney            
          m. 1st 1850 George, Duke of Manchester      
          m. 2nd 1858 Arthur Stevenson Blackwood, Esq.      
          Nicola Susan (-1857)          
          Millicient Georgina Montague        
      Esther (1760-1763)              
      John (1761-1763)              
      Charlotte (1762-1765)              
      John Ferdinand of the Falls, Donegal Place, Belfast (1764-1857)      
      m. 1793 Margaret Clarke (1769-1839)        
        Thomas (1796-1860) m. 1831 Augusta Heatly Montgomery of Co. Wicklow (1802-1870), d. at Geneva
          John (c.1833-)            
          Thomas (1834-1884)          
          Augusta (c.1832-1845)          
          Mary Caroline (1836-1870), unm.        
          Emily (1842-1913) m. William Millar (1828-1906)      
        Catherine (1797-1884) m. 1822 George Hutchinson of Ballymoney, Co. Antrim  
          3 sons, 5 daughters          
          Thomas m. not known          
            John m. not known        
              Capt. George of Ballycastle, Co. Antrim (1889-after 1956)  
                Richard Sinclaire        
      John, d. aged 3 weeks              
      John (1800-1857), unm.              
      William (1802-1891), d. in West Hoboken, NJ, USA      
      Jane (1805-1819)                
      Margaret (1808-1900)              
      Emily (Amelia) (1809-1889) m. Robert Thompson of Belfast (-1862)    
        3 sons, 4 daughters            
      Richard Ker, Senior, of Upper Falls, Belfast (1811-1904)      
      m. 1850 Isabel McKee of Bangor, Co. Down (18831-1881)      
        10 children                
        Richard Ker (1856-1943), d. at Auckland, New Zealand