Note: d. He married a Dublin lady who had an annual income from aDublin property. They had a family of six children - three sons andthree daughters. The sons were Nathaniel, Spencer and John; thedaughters were Mary, Ann and Margaret.
Mary married a Mr. Knox of Strabane. Upon the death of her husband sheand her three children emigrated to New York wher they were living in1838.
Ann married a Sergeant belonging to a regiment then stationed inStrabane.
Margaret died in her 15th year.
Nathaniel went to New York, married there, and in 1838 was livingabout 40 miles west of Albany. there is no record of his family.
Spencer and John also went to America. In 1838 Spencer was living fourmiles out of New York on the Jersey side. John married in New York,died there soon after, leaving one daughter who with her mother wasliving in 1838 in New York.
<b>The sketch was put together by George Robert Boyer Inch, April, 1912</b>
Note: Spencer followed his father in business in the town of Strabane,Irelan
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