JOHN McDONNELL, third son of Alexander McDonnell, of Kilmore, succeeded by family arrangement to the possession of Kilmore.
He married Rose, daughter of George Savage, of County Down, and dying in 1803, was succeeded by his son,
RANDAL McDONNELL, of Kilmore and Brackney, who wedded Mary, daughter of Archibald MacElheran, of Glassmullan, County Antrim, granddaughter of Alexander McDonnell, of Glassmullan, and had, with four daughters,
ALEXANDER, his heir;Mr McDonnell was succeeded by his son,
JOHN, succeeded his brother.
ALEXANDER McDONNELL, of Kilmore and Dublin, who espoused, in 1851, Margaret, daughter of Alexander McMullin, of Cabra House, County Down.
He died in 1862, leaving a daughter,
RACHEL MARY JOSEPHINE McDONNELL (c1855-1908), heir of her mother's estate in County Down, who married, in 1882, Henry Thomas Silvertop, of Minster Acres, Northumberland, and had issue,
FRANCIS SOMERLED JOSEPH (1883-1917), killed in action;Mr Alexander McDonnell was succeeded in his own estate by his brother,
WILLIAM ALEXANDER SILVERTOP;
COLONEL JOHN McDONNELL JP DL (1823-1905), of Kilmore, Glenariff, County Antrim, a Knight of St Gregory, who wedded, in 1870, the Hon Madeleine O'Hagan, daughter of Thomas, 1st Baron O'Hagan, KP.
She dsp 1875.
Colonel McDonnell was succeeded by his nephew,
WILLIAM ALEXANDER SILVERTOP MC (1884-1917), of Kilmore, second son of Henry Thomas Silvertop, of Minster Acres, Northumberland, by Rachel Mary Josephine, only child of Alexander McDonnell, of Kilmore.
Captain Silvertop, 20th Hussars, was killed in action at France.
KILMORE HOUSE, Glenariff, County Antrim, is a two-storey Georgian country house.
Today the house is set in thirteen acres.
It has fourteen bedrooms.
A stained-glass window at the landing still has the McDonnell and Silvertop armorial bearings.