JOHN McCLINTOCK, son of John McClintock, of Hampstead Hall, County Londonderry, by Sarah his wife, daughter of James Acheson, married Margaret, daughter of Robert Alexander, merchant of Londonderry, and had issue,
WILLIAM KERR, his heir;Mr McClintock died in 1802, and was succeeded by his eldest son,
Samuel, of Gransha lodge;
Eliza; Anne; Jane.
WILLIAM KERR McCLINTOCK JP (1788-1841), of Hampstead Hall, who wedded, in 1818, Sarah, eldest daughter of William Macky, of Londonderry, and had issue,
John Kerr;The third son,
William Kerr Macky;
THOMPSON MACKY, of whom hereafter;
Sarah; Anne; Ellen Macky; Louisa.
THOMPSON MACKY McCLINTOCK JP (1826-1904), of Hampstead Hall, Captain, 87th Royal Irish Fusiliers, espoused, in 1856, Sarah Maria, elder daughter of the Rev John Conyngham McCausland, Rector of Clonmore, County Louth, and Sarah Anne his wife, daughter of Edward Elsmere and Sarah de Renzi his wife, of Clobemon Hall and Baltinglass, County Wexford, and had issue,
WILLIAM KERR, his heir;The eldest son,
Sarah Louisa; Ada Elsmere; Sydney Maria; Elizabeth Maude.
WILLIAM KERR McCLINTOCK (1858-1940), of Hampstead Hall and Redvers House, Newcastle-on-Tyne, Colonel Commanding 1st Battalion, Royal Berkshire Regiment, married, in 1895, Edith Mary, daughter of William Rowland Swanston, of Newcastle-on-Tyne, and had issue,
William Kerr, b 1896;
Violet Kerr, 1902-3;
Anne Kerr, b 1904;
Margaret Kerr, b 1908.