NICHOLAS, of whom presently;
Daniel, Captain, fled to Holland with his brothers, 1685;
Bourjonval, Lieutenant in the Army; killed at Dungannon.
DANIEL, his heir;
Samuel, who assumed the name of CROMMELIN;
DANIEL (1783-1850), dsp;
SAMUEL LOUIS, of whom hereafter;
Nicholas, of Ballywilliam, dsp 1874;
DANIEL, of whom we treat;
Samuel, of Ballywilliam;
Louis, Lieutenant RN;
DANIEL LOUIS, his heir;
Edmund Bourjonval (Dr);
GEORGE LESLIE, succeeded his brother;
Elizabeth Mary Angelica; Helen Vaughan; Mary Louise; Edith Madeline.
Ellen Lesie Jacqueline, of whom presently;
Georgina Mary (1921-2002), m N N Stone.
It was built ca 1775, after the property had been acquired in 1771 by Daniel De La Cherois.
The manor house is surrounded by a garden, which includes glasshouses; however, the main garden is across the road.
The garden wall is of stone and has an impressive castellated entrance.
The De La Cherois family vault is under the west aisle of Donaghadee parish church.
First published in January, 2011.