The Sinclairs of Tullyroan

 

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Descendant table

Thomas Sinclair, 1st Lieut. in Armagh Yeomanry, Ardress Infantry, 1796-1820, and member of the Dublin Committee who issued the first Orange Order Warrants. He was Master of the 2nd Lodge, Derryscollop (-1847)
m. Lydia Hazelton of Killyman
Mattie Sinclair, unm.
Lydia Sinclair, unm.
Ann Sinclair, unm.
Peggy Sinclair, unm.
Margaret Sinclair m. Samuel Corrigan
Isabella Sinclair m. John Cardwell
John Sinclair (-1848), no issue
Simon Sinclair of Tullyroan m. Anne Christian of Armagh, d. aged 86
Isabella Sinclair, unm.
Lydia Anne Sinclair m. James Davison of Ardress
Anne Eliza Davison m. 1866 William Hardy Addey of Allistragh Linen Mills, Co. Armagh
Lydia Davison m. Thomas Henry Lees of Halifax, Yorkshire
Tiny, Willie Lees
Adelaide Lees m. Calvin Wallace
Tom Wallace
William Henry Davison of Ardress m. Lucinda Hall of Clovendon
James, Thomas, Sinclair, Charlie, Alice, Annie Davison
Thomas Davison of Ardress m. Miss Berry
Thomas William Davison (1846-1871)
James Davison
John Sinclair Davison
Harriett Sinclair m. Robert Taylor
Harriett Taylor, unm.
John Taylor, unm., became Canon Taylor, Rector of Lisburn
Bessie Taylor m. Rev. Ruddock
Eliza Jane Sinclair, unm.
Adelaide Sinclair (-1917) m. William J. F. Lawson of ‘The Crann’, Tullyroan
John Lawson, unm.
Carrie Lawson m. — Kilpatrick
Annie Lawson m. Leonard Calvert of Belfast, issue
Lydia Lawson m. — Henry, issue
Simon Lawson m. in Belfast, issue
Joseph, unm.
Adelaide Lawson m. E Baxter
William Sinclair Lawson, in Cheshire County Police (1868-1939)
Harriett Lawson m. — Frazer of Blackwatertown, issue
Emma Lawson m. — Smith
Thomas William Sinclair of Tullyroan, d. aged 67
m. Mary Jane McClure
Simon Sinclair, went to Toronto, unm.
Annie Sinclair, d. 1943, m. Canon Johnston of Richhill, d. 1941, no issue
William James Sinclair m. Eliza Dale of Warrenpoint
Molly (-1905) m. — of Assam
Ada Sinclair (-1942) m. John McDowell of Belfast (-1895)
John McDowell (-1916), killed in France
Mary McDowell m. John Martin
John Martin (-1942), killed in Second World War
Evi Martin m. — Lowry
Thomas Alexander Sinclair of Tullyroan, went to Fort Beaufort, South Africa, 1902
m. 1905, Ethel May Painter of Beaufort
Sidney Sinclair (-1944)
Geoffrey Alexander Sinclair (-1978)
m. Edna Fraser (-1978) (South Africa)
Two daughters
Jean Sinclair m. 1944, Dr Jimmy Daneel of Cape Town (-1980), issue, twins
John McClure Sinclair, Veterinary Surgeon, went to Rhodesia
m. Ethel Edith Mary Gertrude Wilson
Norah Sinclair m. Billy Mills
Two daughters
Henry (Harry) Sinclair, went to Beaufort, South Africa, became Mayor in 1902 (-1942)
m. Ada Edwards of Fort Beaufort
Cheslyn Sinclair m. Nessie Forward
One son and two daughters
James (Toonie) Sinclair m. Sylvia James
One son and two daughters
Kay Sinclair m. 1st Zac Whitehead
One daughter
m. 2nd Dr Bryce Niblock
Stanley (Pat) Sinclair m. 1937 Shirley
Two sons and one daughter
Kevin Sinclair m. 1st Eileen
One son
m. 2nd Frances
One son and two daughters, then triplets, one dying young
Eva Sinclair m. — McClinton
Edmund Sinclair, Capt. in Driscoll’s Scouts in South African War, went to Toronto (-1944)
m. 1909, Frances Roelops
Ruby C. Sinclair, went to Totonto, m. Rev. Hunter, issue