The Jackson Family of Urker, Co. Armagh (near Crossmaglen
1. George JACKSON (1718-1782).
The forebears of the Jacksons are said to have come from York in England, and to have moved to Ireland with Cromwell. They were given large grants of land in Co Carlow and Kilkenny called Mount Leinster. This estate was entailed. George sold out his interest in it in the mid 1700s and moved to the Crossmaglan area in Co Armagh, where he was master of the charter school.  The family lived initially at Liscalgot House before settling at Urker Lodge.
George JACKSON and Margaret O'LAUGHLIN had the following  children:
2 i. Anne JACKSON. Anne married Richard. JOHNSTON . 
3 ii. Sarah JACKSON. Sarah married Phil GRIFFIN . 
4 iii. Margaret JACKSON. married Thomas or George SHEA . 
5 iv. Jane JACKSON. Jane married GROGART . 
6 v. Margaret JACKSON . married Roger WORTHINGTON . 
7 vi. Alice JACKSON  . Alice married LOY .
8 vii. Mary JACKSON . Mary married J. GILMORE . 
+ 9 viii. David JACKSON . Married Margaret BRADFORD
10 ix. John JACKSON . John is said to have married his housekeeper, but no further details are known. 
9. David JACKSON birth date unknown.
David married Margaret BRADFORD .  Margaret was born circa 1739.  She died in 1820.  Although nothing is known of Margaret's ancestry at present, her parents may have been John BRADFORD and Barbara COULTER, who are known to have had a daughter and whose sons were contemporaries of Margaret. The fact that Margaret named a daughter Barbara adds strength to the possibility.
David JACKSON and Margaret BRADFORD had the following  children:
+ 12 i. Margaret JACKSON .
+ 13 ii. Barbara JACKSON .
Margaret JACKSON and Thomas McKEE had the following child:
15 i. Samuel McKEE .
Barbara JACKSON and Tom STEPHENS had the following child:
16 i. (female) STEPHENS .
(female) married DONELLY .
14. John JACKSON was born circa 1780.  John married Elizabeth McCULLAGH .  Elizabeth was born circa 1788.  She was the daughter of James McCULLAGH and Sarah McCARTER . John died in 1817. 
The Jackson family is associated with the place called Urker, and with the house Urker Lodge. In the civil parish of Creggan there is a townland called Urcher, sometimes referred to in earlier records as Urker. George Jackson was recorded in the townland of Liscalgat in the 1766 religious census, but not in the adjoining townland of Urcher. His grandson's widow Elizabeth Jackson was recorded in the 1828 Tithe Applotment Books as holding 30 acres in Urker and 50 acres in Liscalgat, the earliest record of association of the Jacksons with Urker to be located so far. Thomas Ball's "Valuation Records", 1840, show Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson as holding 59 acres in Urker.  (Ball was the major landlord of the parish at that time. The entry for for Creggan Parish in Lewis' Topographical Dictionary of Ireland - 1837 records amongst the prinicpal seats in the parish: "Urker Lodge, the property of T.P. Ball Esq".)
In late 1846, Elizabeth was evicted from her farm. On 4 December 1846, a road-contractor from Cregganduff named George McClean was found dead on the Dundalk Road. Five days later, in a report to the Under-Secretary at Dublin Castle, Matthew Singleton R.M. of Newtownhamilton indicated that he thought the murder might have been committed by the Ribbonmen and that one cause assigned for the murder was that Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson was dispossessed of a large farm on the expiration of a long lease. Part of the farm was given to Middleton, bailiff to the property, and a nephew of the murdered man. Matthew Singleton wrote: "Several persons refused to plough the lands last week. Deceased sent his horses to do a few days before he was murdered." 
It is not known whether the Jackson family regained possession of this farm, or moved to another property in the same area. In 1850, the address of Elizabeth's son David was recorded as Urker Lodge, Creggan. It appears this was where Elizabeth spent the remainder of her life. Elizabeth died in 1880. 
John JACKSON and Elizabeth McCULLAGH had the following children:
17 i. Sarah JACKSON was born on 24 June 1811. 
Sally married Joseph BARKLEY on 15 September 1848.  Joseph was born on 26 April 1811.  He was the son of James BARKLEY . Occupation: Presbyterian minister. Educated at Old College in Belfast and in Edinburgh, Joesph was ordained to the pastoral charge of the Congregation of Carnmoney, Co Antrim, Ireland on 28 May 1845, and ministered there until his death.  Joseph died 17 November 1880.  He was buried in the grounds of the Presbyterian Church in Carnmoney, Co Antrim, Ireland. 
Sally died 6 February 1892.  She is presumed to be buried with her husband in the grounds of the Presbyterian Church in Carnmoney, Co Antrim, Ireland, as she is recorded on the stone erected by the congregation in memory of past ministers and their families. 
+ 19 iii. Margaret JACKSON .
20 iv. Elizabeth JACKSON .
Elizabeth married John DONALDSON .
18. David JACKSON was born on 4 February 1814. 
David married Eliza OLIVER on 7 February 1838 at 1st Ballybay Presbyterian Church in Derryvalley, Parish of Ballybay, Co Monaghan, Ireland.  The ceremony was performed by Rev. William Gibson, and witnessed by Thomas McCULLAGH  and Rev. Daniel Gunn BROWN.
David died 11 November 1899. 
David JACKSON and Eliza OLIVER had the following children:
+ 21 i. John JACKSON was born on 28 November 1839 and died 21 July 1886.
+ 24 iv. Mary JACKSON was born on 23 November 1844 and died 9 August 1921. 
27 vii. James JACKSON was born at Urker Lodge in Crossmaglen, Co Armagh, Ireland on 24 October 1850.  He was known to family and friends as Jemmie.
Jemmie married Elizabeth Sarah BROWNE on 13 October 1866.  Known by her second name, Sarah was born on 6 February 1847.  She was known by her second name, Sarah. She was the daughter of Daniel Gunn BROWN and Margaret JACKSON .
Jemmie and Sarah lived at Urker for some years after their marriage. Jemmie's brother Sir Thomas bought Legmoylin House and lands for the couple, and Sarah ran the farm. She was well-known for her concern and care of the poor, and much loved by all who knew her. Jemmie was of little support to his wife and the farm was sold in 1911. The couple moved to Mullaghbane and lived in a house belonging to the O'Hanlon family for the remaining years of their lives. 
29 ix. David JACKSON was born on 16 November 1855. David married Margaret Louisa WRIGHT on 28 December 1893. Margaret was born on 29 December 1868 in Monaghan, Co Monaghan, Ireland.  She was the daughter of Robert WRIGHT and Sarah Jane REED . David died of a heart aneurysm on 27 July 1903 in Yokohama, Japan.  After David's death, Margaret married secondly John Hatton PORTER in 1905. 
30 x. George William JACKSON was born on 29 August 1858. George died 28 November 1859.
19. Margaret JACKSON birth date unknown.
Margaret married Daniel Gunn BROWN  on 12 June 1838 at First Ballybay Presbyterian Church in Ballybay, Co Monaghan, Ireland.  The ceremony was performed by the Rev. William GIBSON, minister of First Ballaybay, and was witnessed by Thomas McCULLAGH  and Rev. John HENRY. Daniel was born on 5 January 1808 in Moy, Co Tyrone, Ireland.  He was the son of Rev. William BROWN . Daniel died 24 May 1892 at Sandymount House, Blackrock in Dundalk, Co Louth, Ireland.  He was buried at the churchyard in Creggan, Co Armagh, Ireland. 
Margaret JACKSON and Daniel Gunn BROWN are known to have had at least eleven children (eight sons and three daughters),  including:
31 i. William R. BROWNE was born on 9 January 1841.  He was baptized at the First Newtownhamilton Presbyterian Church in Newtownhamilton, Co Armagh, Ireland.  William died 12 April 1862.  He was buried in the Creggan Church graveyard in Creggan, Co Armagh, Ireland. 
32 ii. John Jackson BROWNE was born on 19 July 1843.  He was baptized at the First Newtownhamilton Presbyterian Church in Newtownhamilton, Co Armagh, Ireland.  John died in January 1876.  He was buried in the Creggan Church graveyard in Creggan, Co Armagh, Ireland. 
33 iii. Elizabeth Sarah BROWNE was born on 6 February 1847.  She was known by her second name, Sarah.
Sarah married her first cousin James JACKSON on 13 October 1866.  Known to family and friends as Jemmie, he was born on 24 October 1850 at Urker Lodge in Crossmaglen, Co Armagh, Ireland.  He was the son of David JACKSON and Eliza OLIVER . Jemmie and Sarah lived at Urker for some years after their marriage. Jemmie's brother Sir Thomas bought Legmoylin House and lands for the couple, and Sarah ran the farm. She was well-known for her concern and care of the poor, and much loved by all who knew her. Jemmie was of little support to his wife and the farm was sold in 1911. The couple moved to Mullaghbane and lived n a house belonging to the O'Hanlon family for the remaining years of their lives. 
34 iv. Daniel Francis BROWNE was born on 28 July 1849.  He was baptized at the First Newtownhamilton Presbyterian Church in Newtownhamilton, Co Armagh, Ireland.  Daniel died in February 1867.  He was buried in the Creggan Church graveyard in Creggan, Co Armagh, Ireland. 
Thomas McCallagh BROWNE, a "near-relative" of Sir Thomas JACKSON who worked for the Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation from 1881 to 1905, may well have been another member of this family, but this has not yet been established.
21. John JACKSON was born in Carrigallen, Co Leith, Ireland on 28 November 1839.  John married Kate Maria Jane WHITING circa 1877. John died 21 July 1886.
John JACKSON and Kate Maria Jane WHITING had the following children:
35 i. Francis Gordon JACKSON was born in Brackagh, Co Tyrone, Ireland on 21 October 1879.  He emigrated from Ireland to in South Africa, arriving in Cape Town in January 1900.  Occupation: coal miner.
Francis died 15 January 1940 in Germiston, Transvaal, South Africa. 
36 ii. Kathleen JACKSON was born on 21 October.  Ian JACKSON (a descendant of Kathleen's brother Francis) relates: "There are rumours that Francis Gordon had a twin sister and possibly a brother. The brother may have come to South Africa and returned to Ireland."  The Birthday Book of Jeannie MOORHEAD née JACKSON contains two entries for 21 October:
Jackson m Major
Next to these 1890 has been written. It is unclear which entry the year is meant to refer to, for Francis was born in 1879, as presumably was Kathleen if they were twins. It is also too early to be a marriage year for either, as they would only have been eleven years old.
Kathleen married Cecil MAJOR . 
22. Sir Thomas JACKSON was born on 4 June 1841.  Occupation: banker.
Thomas married Amelia Lydia DARE on 19 September 1871 in Yokohama, Japan. Known to family and friends as Minnie , she was born circa 1851 in Singapore.  She was the daughter of Capt George Julius DARE, R.N. and Sarah Strieve PARKE . Minnie died 10 April 1944 in England.  Her death was registered in the Lothingland registration district, which encompasses a small part of the north-east of Suffolk and the south-east of Norfolk.
Sir Thomas JACKSON and Amelia Lydia DARE had the following children:
37 i. Kathleen McCullagh JACKSON was born on 7 July 1872.
Kathleen married Albert Maitland TABOR on 29 October 1910. Albert was born on 16 May 1872 in Great Baddow, Essex, England.  His birth was recorded in the Chelmsford registration district. He was the son of James Albert Clement TABOR and Catherine Agnes SAVILL . Albert died 12 November 1941. 
Kathleen died 2 June 1959 in Braintree, Essex, England. 
39 iii. Amy Oliver JACKSON was born on 27 May 1874.
Amy married John Henry LLOYD on 4 August 1900 in England.  He was the son of John Henry LLOYD . John died 5 November 1941.
Amy died circa 1962.
40 iv. Sir Thomas Dare JACKSON was born on 14 June 1876. 
Thomas married Mary Lilian Vera Massy LLOYD on 25 January 1919. She was known to family and friends as Mimi. She may be the Mary Lilian LLOYD whose birth in Wales was registered in the Merthyr Tydfil registration district in the December quarter of 1896.  She was the daughter of Samuel Eyre Massy LLOYD and Annie Eliza MADOC-JONES . Mimi died 1 April 1975 at "Orchards" in Ravingham, Norfolk, England.  She was cremated and her ashes scattered on Fritton Lake in Suffolk, England. 
Thomas died 7 February 1954 while on a cruise to New Zealand. He was cremated and his ashes scattered in Jackson Bay, New Zealand. 
41 v. Beatrice Minnie Shrieve JACKSON was born in Hong Kong on 19 December 1879.
Beatrice married Raymond John MARKER on 21 November 1906. Raymond was born on 18 April 1867. He was the son of Richard MARKER and Victoria Alexandrina DIGBY . He served as an officer in the Coldstream Guards. He later held the rank of colonel and was Assistant Adjutant and Quarter Master General (Aldershot), I Army Corps Headquarters, General Staff. Raymond died of wounds 13 November 1914.  He was buried in St Michael's Churchyard in Gittisham, Devonshire, England. 
Beatrice died after 1952.
42 vi. Sir George Julius JACKSON was born on 4 June 1883. George married Nesta Katherine BARCLAY on 12 January 1909. Nesta was born circa 1887 in Mayfair, London, England.  She was the daughter of Hedworth Trelawney BARCLAY and Agnes Mary MYDDELTON-BIDDULPH .
George died 21 February 1956.
43 vii. Dorothy St. Felix JACKSON was born in Chislehurst, Kent, England on 26 July 1887. Dorothy died circa 1964.
44 viii. Sir Walter David Russell JACKSON was born in Chislehurst, Kent, England on 8 March 1890.
Russell married Kathleen HUNTER on 15 March 1915. Kathleen was born on 30 April 1895 in Tynemouth,
Northumberland, England.  She was the daughter of Summers HUNTER and Dora Elizabeth ELLIOTT . Kathleen died 6 July 1975 in Chichester,
Sussex, England. 
45 ix. Claude Stewart JACKSON was born in Chislehurst, Kent, England on 30 January 1892.
Claude married Laura Emily PEARSON on 6 May 1916. Laura was born circa 1895 in Caulfield, Vic.  She was the daughter of William PEARSON and Emily Sophia GOOCH .
During World War I he served as an officer in the 3rd Battalion, Coldstream Guards. Claude died 9 October 1917 in Belgium.  He is remembered on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Zonnebeke, West Flanders, Belgium.
23. Elizabeth JACKSON was born on 29 January 1843. 
Elizabeth married Thompson BROWN on 8 January 1867. Thompson was born circa 1837.  Occupation: farmer at Killynure in Co Armagh, Ireland. He was a Justice
of the Peace, and in 1888 he was recorded as being a member of the
Dispensary Committee of Armagh, and as an Elected Guardian of the
Union Workhouse.  Thompson died 20 October 1915.  He was buried in Fairhaven Presbyterian
Churchyard in Co Armagh, Ireland. 
Elizabeth JACKSON and Thompson BROWN had the following children:
46 i. Thompson BROWN was born in Barronstown, Co Louth, Ireland on 21 August 1868.  Like many members of his extended family, Thompson was employed for some time by the Hongkong and Shanghai Bank, where he worked as a gardener. 
Thompson married Martha Carlyle WRIGHT .  Martha was born on 30 October 1870 in Monaghan, Co Monaghan, Ireland.  She was the daughter of Robert WRIGHT and Sarah Jane REED . Martha died 8 March 1907. 
47 ii. Elizabeth BROWN was born in Cooloch and Drumcondra, Co Dublin, Ireland on 2 November 1870.  She was known to family and friends as Bessie. Bessie married her first cousin Samuel GILMORE .  Samuel was born.  He was the son of Eliezer GILMORE and Sarah JACKSON . From 1898 to 1903 Samuel worked as a junior in the Shanghai branch of the Hongkong and Shanghai Bank.  He was later Chairman of the Stock Exchange in Tien Tsin, China. Samuel died circa 1942 in Hong Kong. 
Bessie and Samuel had no children.
Bessie died circa 1942 in Tien Tsin, China. 
48 iii. David BROWN was born in Dublin, Ireland on 18 September 1872. 
David married Alice RICKETT .  They had no children.
50 v. George BROWN was born at Killynure in Co Armagh, Ireland on 23 July 1877.  He was a student at the Royal School in Armagh, Co Armagh, Ireland from September 1891 to June 1894.  George inherited Killynure when his father died. He stayed on at the farm but never married. His niece Dorothy ROBERTSON recalled him saying "No way he could bring a wife to Killyneur because mother, Blin and Mary were all there." 
51 vi. Thomas Jackson BROWN was born in Co Armagh, Ireland on 19 June 1879. 
Thomas married Jane Edgar BROWNE on 27 January 1909 at St Columba's Church of Ireland in Knock, Belfast, Ireland.  Known to family and friends as Jeanie , she was born on 10 July 1881 at 234 Crumlin Road in Belfast, Ireland.  She was the daughter of John BROWNE and Susanna EDGAR . Jeanie died 7 October 1964 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.  She was cremated 10 October 1964 at Ocean View Burial Park in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada. 
52 vii. Frances Olive BROWN was born on 27 October 1882.  Frances spent the later years of her life in the Unites States of America. It is not known exactly when she first went there. In 1906 a Frances Brown of Armagh arrived in New York on 2 September aboard S.S. Columbia, which had sailed from Londonderry.  Unfortunately, the original passenger list is not available, so it cannot be determined whether or not this is the correct person. Her age was given as 18 years, which is not right for our Frances, but not as far in error as that recorded in a later confirmed arrival in 1920, when she was shown as being 29 years old.
Frances is known to have been living in Edgehill, Poughkeepsie, New York in May 1914, when her sister Blin joined her there. In 1915 Frances visited Ireland, returning to the U.S. on board the S.S. St. Paul, which sailed from Liverpool, England on 22 September 1915 and arrived at New York eight days later.  The passenger list indicates that she had previously lived in the U.S. from 1910 to 1915. She rejoined Blin at Edgehill in Poughkeepsie, where she worked fo r a Dr. Dobson, and later lived with him and his wife. 
In 1920, Frances again visited her family in Ireland. She returned to America in May 1920 aboard S.S. Mongolia, which reached the Port of New York on 13 May after sailing from Southampton in England ten days before.  On this occassion, the passenger list recorded that she would be travelling to Poughkeepsie to stay with a friend, Mrs Dobson, that the duration of her intended stay was 3 months, and that she had previously resided in the U.S. for the periods 1905-6 and 1916-9.
One further record of an entry into the United States has so far been located. She was amongst the passengers who arrived in New York on 4 January 1923 aboard S.S. Fort St. George from Hamilton, Bermuda.  This appears to have been a vacation as the passenger list records that her permanent residence was Poughkeepsie, New York, and she was going there to again stay with Mrs Dobson. Of interest, Frances was also recorded on the passenger list of the Fort St. George when it arrived in New York from Bermuda on 27 December 1922, but the entry had been ruled through.  Perhaps Frances missed the boat, and had to wait until the ship's next visit to Bermuda to get home.
The various passenger lists contain physical descriptions of the passengers, but it is hard to build up a picture of Frances' appearance from these. In all of them she is described as having a fair complexion, but there the agreement ends. In 1915 and 1923, her height was given as 5 feet 4 inches, but in 1920 it was recorded as 5 foot 6 inches. She was described as having light hair and blue eyes in 1920 and 1923, but in 1915 was recorded with brown hair and grey eyes.
Frances died in February 1925 in New York, USA. 
53 viii. Robert BROWN was born circa 1885.  Bob emigrated to Canada, where he worked fro the Canadian Pacific Railway
with his brother Thomas. He never married. For a while he lived
with Thomas and his wife Jane in Calgary, Alberta. He was the Station
Master at Crows Nest, British Columbia for many years. Bob inherited
Killynure on the death of his brother George in 1936. His sister
Blin worked the farm until its sale in 1954.
54 ix. Sarah Margaret BROWN was born in Killynure, Co Armagh, Ireland circa 1887.  She was known to family and friends as Blin. In 1914, Blin travelled to the United States of America, arriving at the Port of New York on 3 May aboard S.S. Campania, which had sailed from Liverpool, England on 25 April.  She went to live with her sister Frances at Edgehill, Poughkeepsie, New York. The passenger list described Blin as being 5 feet 8 inches tall, of fresh complexion, with fair hair and blue eyes. It is not known how long Blin remained in the U.S. She was still living at Edgehill in September 1915, when Frances rejoined her there after a visit to Ireland. Blin had returned to Ireland by 1920, when her aunt Mary GRIFFIN wrote: "Fran Brown has gone back to Poughkeepsie but Blin is not going yet". 
Blin never married. After her return to Ireland she lived on the family farm at Killynure in Co Armagh, which she worked until its sale in 1954. 
Blin died 19 March 1963. 
55 x. Herbert E. BROWN was born in 1890.  Occupation: farmer.
Herbert married Florence Gertrude TOMB in 1921. 
Herbert died 17 May 1927 in Cornwall, Stormount Co, Ontario, Canada. 
24. Mary JACKSON was born on 23 November 1844.
Mary married secondly Frederick Richard GRIFFIN on 28 October 1876.
Mary died 9 August 1921. 
Mary JACKSON and William MENARY had the following child:
56 i. Mary MENARY was born in Ireland on 5 November 1872.  She was known to family and friends as Mollie.
Mollie died 29 August 1946. 
25. Andrew Coulter Bradford JACKSON was born on 8 April 1846.  Occupation: farmer in Trim, Co Meath, Ireland.
Andrew died 29 October 1929. 
57 i. Jane Coulter JACKSON was born in Trim, Co Meath, Ireland on 17 August 1877.  She was known to family and friends as Jeannie.
Jeannie married Charles Andrews MOORHEAD on 30 September 1908 at Christ Church Church of England in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.  Charles was born on 7 December 1877 at 35 Benwell Terrace in Belfast, Ireland.  He was the son of Robert MOORHEAD and Isabella Dill MOORE . Charles died 12 September 1935 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 
Jeannie died 4 July 1975 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 
58 ii. Thomas Dare JACKSON was born on 5 May 1879. 
Thomas died 17 June 1961. 
61 v. Elizabeth Oliver Muriel JACKSON was born on 13 July 1890. 
Elizabeth died 9 January 1970. 
26. Sarah JACKSON was born on 1 April 1848. 
Sarah died in July 1942. 
Sarah JACKSON and Eliezer GILMORE had the following children:
62 i. Samuel GILMORE .  From 1898 to 1903 Samuel worked as a junior in the Shanghai branch of the Hongkong and Shanghai Bank.  He was later Chairman of the Stock Exchange in Tien Tsin, China.
Samuel married his first cousin Elizabeth BROWN .  Known to family and friends as Bessie, she was born on 2 November 1870 in Cooloch and Drumcondra, Co Dublin, Ireland.  She was the daughter of Thompson BROWN and Elizabeth JACKSON . Bessie and Samuel had no children. Bessie died circa 1942 in Tien Tsin, China. 
Samuel died circa 1942 in Hong Kong. 
63 ii. Mary Jane GILMORE was born on 29 January 1876. 
Mary died 5 September 1907. 
64 iii. David GILMORE .
David married Elsie Muriel COULTER . 
David died 17 August 1959. 
66 v. Ethel Sarah GILMORE was born on 16 March 1885. 
Ethel married William Scott McBRIDE .  Occupation: doctor. of Crossmaglen, Co Armagh, Ireland
Ethel died in 1982. 
67 vi. Thomas Jackson GILMORE was born at Liscalgot House in Crossmaglen, Co Armagh, Ireland in 1887.  Educated at the Royal School, Dungannon, and at Edinburgh University, Thomas graduated M.B., Ch.B. During World War I he served in the Royal Army Medical Corps. He later worked as a medical practitioner in Stoke-om-Trent, Staffordshire, England. 
Thomas married Marian Elizabeth ARKCOLL in 1918.  Marian was born in 1879 in Hanley, Staffordshire, England.  She was the daughter of Harry Wallace and Margaret ARKCOLL . She was baptized on 24 April 1879 at St John's in Burslem, Staffordshire, England.  Marian died in 1952. 
Thomas died in 1939. 
68 vii. Edith Eileen GILMORE was born on 27 January 1890. 
Edith died 25 January 1977. 
28. Margaret JACKSON was born on 3 April 1853.  She was known to family and friends as Maggie.
Maggie married firstly Robert Hamilton REED on 26 October 1875. Robert was born on 24 October 1847 in Ballybay, Co Monaghan, Ireland.  He was the son of Thomas REED and Mary Anna HODGE . Occupation: doctor. Robert died of consumption on 16 September 1881. 
Maggie married secondly Andrew Bradford McCULLAGH on 31 August 1887 in Ireland. Andrew was born in Ireland. He was the son of Thomas McCULLAGH and Sarah McCULLAGH . Andrew died 21 July 1897 at Slieveroe in Stranooden, Co Monaghan, Ireland. 
Maggie died 27 February 1944 in Ireland. 
Margaret JACKSON and Robert Hamilton REED had the following children:
69 i. Eva Oliver REED was born on 19 November 1876. 
Eva married James USSHER in 1904.  James was born circa 1875. James died circa 1947.
Eva died in 1968. 
70 ii. Maud Martha Elizabeth REED was born on 19 May 1878.  She was known to family and friends as Mattie.
Mattie died in 1958. 
71 iii. Margarie Hamilton REED was born circa 1880.  Margarie died around 1892.  This may be the death referred to in an entry in the Daily Remembrancer Book of Sarah WHITESIDE on 8 September 1891: Poor wee Marjorie Reid died.
Margaret JACKSON and Andrew Bradford McCULLAGH had the following children:
73 v. Sarah McCULLAGH . She was known to family and friends as Sally. Sally died in 1965. 
74 vi. Mary McCULLAGH was born in 1890. 
Mollie died 18 July 1932. 
75 vii. Elizabeth McCULLAGH . She was known to family and friends as Lizaba.
Lizaba married Wilson GRAHAM in October 1945.
76 viii. Alice Margaret McCULLAGH was born circa 1894. She was known to family and friends as Brownie.
Brownie married Andrew ALEXANDER on 10 July 1920 in Beaconsfield, Vic.  Andrew was born in 1885 in St Johnston, Co Donegal, Ireland.  He was the son of Samuel ALEXANDER and (female) RANKIN . Occupation: Presbyterian minister. Andrew died circa 1975 in Ireland. He was buried in St Johnston, Co Donegal, Ireland. 
Brownie died 17 May 1945 in Smithsborough, Co Monaghan, Ireland.
77 ix. George David McCULLAGH was born on 4 November 1896. George attended Campbell College in Belfast from from September 1910 to July 1914. He then worked for a short period with the Hongkong and Shanghai Bank.
During World War I George served in the 2nd Battalion, Royal Dublin Fusiliers. While serving, he was awarded the Parchment Certificate for Gallant Conduct and the Military Medal for bravery.
George was killed in action 28 March 1918 in France.  He is remembered on the Pozieres Memorial. This memorial, which encloses the Pozieres British Cemetery in Pozieres, Somme, France, commemorates over 14,000 casualties of the United Kingdom and 300 of the South African Forces who have no known grave and who fell in France during the Fifth Army area retreat on the Somme from 21 March to 7 August 1918.
78 x. John McCULLAGH was born in November 1897.
Jack married May COLTMAN . 
Jack died in 1971. 
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