Of Glenelly Valley, Landahussy townland, near Plumbridge
1.Donald MacCullagh m.
2.MacCullagh m. Miss Laughlin of Gorticastle
3. James MacCullagh, Esq.,(1777-1857) aged 80. Had 12 children; m. Margaret Ballentine (Ballantyne) (1784-1839);Margaret said to be related to the families of McKimmon (McKinnon?) and McKelvey
4. Professor James MacCullagh (1809-1847); famed mathematician.
4. John MacCullage (1811-1892), Resident Magistrate and J.P.; died Newry, Co. Down; m. Wilhelmina O'Brien from Co. Leitrim. Had 4 sons and 5 daus, some of whom were,
5. Sir James Acheson MacCullagh, M.D.; was his first name actually Rodgers?; Mayor of Derry; m. Ida McClelland, dau of M. McClelland, Esq., J.P, or Bayview Terrace, Londonderry; living with them in 1901 was Mary Caldwell, aged 80, born Derry and listed as being an aunt.
5. Frederick MacCullagh; nothing known
5. Emily, 2nd dau; m. 1884 James Henry Mussen Campbell (1851-1931), Solicitor General for Ireland; better known as being the 1st Baron Glenavy; son of William Mussen Campbell and Delia Poole Graham, dau of Henry Francis Graham of Newtown Abbey, Co. Kildare [There is also a record of a William Mussen Campbell, son of James Campbell, m. in 1856 to Sarah Armstrong, dau of Robert Armstrong; 2nd marriage? They had with other issue,
6. Hon. Charles Gordon Campbell
6. Dau Campbell m. Major C. D. Knight
5. Florence Mary MacCullagh
5. Eleanore MacCullagh
4.Andrew MacCullagh (1813-1882) to Wisconsin, USA
4.Charles MacCullagh (1815-1860) to USA
4.Margaret MacCullagh (1820-1891)
4.Isabella MacCullagh (1823-1894)
4.Elinor Jane MacCullagh (1826-1881)
4.William George MacCullagh (1828-1884), buried Mount Barker.
3. Charles MacCullagh
3. William MacCullagh
Ellen MacCullagh died 1881; of Strabane, Co. Tyrone; probate granted to John MacCullagh, R.M.
Lydia Matilda MacCullagh died in 1925; probate granted to Matthew McClelland.
Wilhelmina MacCullagh died in 1929 at Carlton House, Seaview Terrace, Warrenpoint, Co. Down; probate granted to Hugh Campbell, company director.
Ref:Proni wills; Irish Emigration Database, Notes on the Literary History of Strabane