JAMES, of whom presently;
Katherine; Margaret; Jean.
JAMES, his heir;
Rebecca; Margaret; Mary;
ALEXANDER (Rev), of whom presently;
James Eccles (Rev);
DANIEL ECCLES, of whom presently;
DANIEL ECCLES AUCHINLECK (1797-1849), of Crevenagh, espoused, in 1833, Elizabeth Dorothea, daughter of the Rev Thomas Lindsay Stack JP, Rector of Badony, and had issue,
THOMAS his heir;
William Lowry, Brigadier-General;
DANIEL GEORGE HAROLD, his heir;
Bessie Sarah; Norah Lilian Loxdale.
His eldest son,
Born at Erganagh, Co Tyrone, 8th December, 1921; called to the Bar, Middle Temple 1950, Bencher 1972, Treasurer 1991; Barrister, Northern Ireland 1957, Honorary Bencher 1992; RD 1967; QC 1967; member, Panel of Lloyd's Arbitrators in Salvage Cases 1967-78, Appeal Arbitrator 1978-91; member, Panel of Wreck Commissioners 1967-96; QC, Hong Kong 1968; Judge, Admiralty Court of the Cinque Ports 1979-96; trustee, Royal Naval Museum 1985-90; Lloyd's Silver Medal 1991; married 1954 Susan Hobbs (one son, one daughter); died Londonderry 13 September 1996.
The side is also of three bays.
There are doors made of mahogany from the Auchinleck family plantations in Demerara.
The surrounding parkland is of the same age as the house, graced by mature parkland trees and clumps of rhododendron.
Shelter woods of mature trees are maintained to the north, south and west.
The farm buildings are listed and there is a gate lodge in good condition.