All the info in my post was from the Irish Family History Foundation's database. Google the Foundation's name to lead you to it. The associated parish names are my best guess when there were more than one rcd with the same name in the same year. I believe most are correct. The parishes give you some idea of where the family moved over time. Teasing this info from the database took me a lot of work.
For details on the children, there is a birth/baptismal rcd for each one. When you view a detailed rcd, it can be printed. There is a modest fee for each. The IFHF states that it accurately transcribed ALL of the legible info from the original source document. The original rcds are fragile and faded. Much of the transcribed data was taken from microfilms made nearly 50 yrs ago.
Am not sure where Ballymacnab is in relation to Lower Craggan. You would have to get a map off the internet. The counties of Ireland are tiny compared to those in the U.S. Parishes were usually small enough that the congregation would be within walking distance of the church, a few miles at most.
Would be pleased to correspond with you if you need more help.