re: Charles Crymble and Jean Giffen. were the parents of Wm., Mary, Hugh, Jean, Charles, Francis Shaw, Joseph and Margaret Crymble. Their birth dates range from 1777 to 1791. Crymble's intermarried with : Dundee, Hill, Formal, Fulton / Fullerton , Hay, Reid / Reed, Robinson, Rowney, Crone? Dawson?, Herron? / Heron, Rowan. ................................ The Templecorran Graveyard Project marks significant graves in categories including Early Presbyterian, Village Life, Overseas Links, the 1798 period and the Services. Included are those of Rev. Brice and James Orr.
Clergymen who are marked as part of the project include Rev. John Bankhead, who was minister for almost 70 years.
The actress Talulah Bankhead was said to have been a descendant. Bankhead was a native of Clough in County Antrim and was born in 1738 and died in 1833. His son, Dr. Charles Bankhead, was personal physician to Lord Castlereagh.
Among other clergymen interred in the graveyard are Rev. Thomas Bartley (Presbyterian), who was a native of County Monaghan, Rev. Moore Getty and Rev. W. G. Marsden.
There were clerics from the area who were ministers elsewhere, i.e. Rev. Alexander McGiffin, who died weeks after being ordained to the Non-Subscribing Presbyterian congregation in Ballymena, in October 1867. .................. Would your Giffen family also have been written in some records as "McGiffin" "Given" or "McGiven" ?