I have tried to fill in dates and things, there is a lot more, but would be easier if you let me know what you want.
Robert married:|Anne (widow of ---- Hamilton, Esq), daughter of the Rev Alexander Coningham “first Protestantclergyma of Inver and Killymard, afterwards promoted to the deanery of Raphoe, all in the County of Donegal.“
Mrs Echlin was the sister of Sir Albert Coningham, fist Col. Of the Inniskilling Dragoons, which regimenthe himself raised at his own expense.
Robert Echlin and Anne his wife had issue-
1.John Echlin, of whom presently.
3.RobertEchlin (1) who m. (7th May 1696) Anne Pett, daughter of Sir Francis Blundel, Bart and d.s.p.
1.Jane Echlin, whose father provided for her in his will.She m. (Playfair says) William ConinghamEsq. of Co. Donegal
Robert Echlin m. secondly, Mary, dau. Of DrHenry Lelsie, Bishop of Meath, formerly of Down and Connor. And younger son of the Earl of Rothes.That “Mary Leslie was Robert Echlin’s second wife is evident from his last will, which bears date 19th April 1656, and was proved by the sole executrix - the testator’s widow, “Mary Echlin als.Leslie; “ the probate bearing date the “24th February, 1657”.The will makes menion of his “eldest sonne John,” to whom, after the widow’s death, the property was to go, - and provision is made for the younger children, Henry, Robert and Jane.
Robert Echlin of Ardquin d. in 1656 or 7 and was succeeded by his eldest son.
Francis who took the name Stafford married Sarah Mac Donnell
JanemarriedJames Leslie m. about 1650.
Her great grand daughter (Anne Stafford) m. Arthur Trevor, first Viscount Dungannon and was grandmother of the first Duke of Wellington.
Mary married William Leslie
Elizabeth married Francis Hamilton.
Parents were John Echlin of Ardquin who was made a free Denizen of Ireland 9th August 1633 and Mary Stafford, 3rd daughter of Sir Francis Stafford of Mount Stafford, in the Co. Antrim, Knt (and also according to the “Funeral Entry” of County Louth, to wit of Glasspistol, also of Bradney in Salop) and had issue:
Johns siblings were
Hugh (the Bishop’s son) was murdered at Caledon Bridge “with all his faithful Irish Servants” by the Rewbels in 1641... See Sir John Temple’s “History of the Irish Republic.
Margaret marriedRobert Maxwell Archdeacon of Down and Bishop of Kilmore 1643 -72 From them are decended the Maxwells Barons Farnham.
Isabel married ArchibaldStewart of Ballintoy, Co Antrim
1stHenry Maxwell of Finnebrogue, Co. Down, by whom she had an only son, Robert, the ancestor of the Finnebrogue Family.
2nd William Fullerton Archdeacon of Armagh and Prebendary of Carncastle, CO. Antrim, by whomshe had three sons and 6 daughters, as enumerated by name of the Archdeacons and his Wife’s Tomb-stone still existing in the ruins of the Old church at Derry-Keighan in Co. Antrim.
EuphemiaEchlin “married a cousin? Robert Echlin of Portaferry.
Dr Robert Echlin, Bishop of Down and Connor, who, on the death s.p of his nephew, Captain Henry Echline, became head and representative of the Echlin family.Bishop Echlin m. Jane, daughter of James Seton of Latrisse (or Lathrisk), Scotland, (1) and had issue.
1.John Echlin, his heir.
2.Hugh Echlin, who m. Magdalene, daughter of Robert Cowell of the Co. Armagh, (2), and had issue Hugh Echlin of Tynan, who, by his two wives Jeane _____ , to who he was m. on the 11 Sept. 1661 (and who died on the 24th July1674 and Meg Eliazbeth______, whom he m. on the 17th May 1676 (she died on the 13th June 1689), had seventeen sons and daughters, almost of of whom died in infancy and youth.Of the survivors one daughter Elizabeth, (1) b 1677 m James Manson of Fair-View (now Tynan Abbey), Co. Armagh, by whom she had four daughters to be noticed presently.
Robert was the son of Henry Echline of Pittadro, Fife.
Robert was made a free denzien of Ireland 18th May 1613.
Bishop Echlin d. at Ardquin in the Co. of Down17th July 1635 and was interred in the Parish Church of Ballyphillipp alias‘Temple-crany’Portaferry, Co Down.
I hope this will fill in some gaps for you, if you need anything else let me know and I will help if I can.