The Sinclairs of Co Monaghan

There were several Sinclair families living in Co Monaghan during the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Those in the parish of Muckno, near Castleblaney, were members of Frankford Presbyterian Church. However, the information about them is scanty, making it difficult to compile descendant tables. The best that can be achieved is to note what is in the records according to the townland they were living in at the time.

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The townlands of Aghnadamph and Drumacrib, parish of Muckno, Mullyash, barony of Cremorne
John Sinclair (bef.1775-1873), farmer and flaxgrower (1796)
John Sinclair (?1785-1879), 1827 farmer, Aghnadamph 14 acres, Drumacrib 13 acres, m. Elizabeth
James Sinclair (?1810-1884), 1827 farmer, Drumacrib 13 acres
Robert Sinclair (?1855-1909) m. 1880 Eliza Jane Crozier
Eliza Sinclair (?1819-Australia 1857) m. c.1837 Alexander Simpson (c.1818-Australia 1896), issue
John Sinclair (bef.1824-), 1864 farmer, Aghnadamph 8 acres, Drumacrib 24 acres
Robert Sinclair (c.1845-?1921), farmer, unm.
Drumaliss, parish of Muckno, Mullyash, barony of Cremorne
William Sinclair (-aft.1782), weaver
William Sinclair (c.1782-), widower and army pensioner, m. 1st 1846 Elizabeth Beatty (c.1803-bef.1852)
m. 2nd 1852 Eliza Clarke (c.1822-)
Annyart, parish of Muckno, Mullyash, barony of Cremorne

Joseph Sinclair, 1864, renting house

Laggins (Lagan), parish of Aghnamullen, barony of Cremorne

William Sinclair, 1829 farmer, 7 acres
William Sinclair, 1830 insolvent

Rabbit Island and Sheepwalk, parish of Drummully, barony of Dartree (now in Co Fermanagh)

James Sinclair, 1833 farmer, Rabbit Island 13 acres
William Sinclair, 1833 farmer, Rabbit Island 13 acres, Sheepwalk 5 acres

James Buchannan Sinclair and his wife Essie Jane Parks and their family had moved from Cavanreagh in Co Londonderry by the 1911 census to a farm in the townland of Drumleek South, parish of Muckno, barony of Cremorne.

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