Barbara, from your research and other people's, I have been able to put the following together, although there are still many gaps to be filled in and many errors, as well.
Start with Carrick family:
1.Andrew Carrick of Kippen m. 1731 Margaret Macaulay (related to Town Clerk, John Macaulay, below?)
2.Rev. James Carrick, d. 1787 m. Isabella Dun (1760-1841),
dau of the Rev. Alexander Dun and Elizabeth
3.Alexander Carrick, Writer to the Signet, m. 1803(4?) Jean Macaulay, dau of John Macaulay, Town Clerk.
4.John MacCaullay Carrick m. Ellen
5.Jane Carrick, b. 1833; m. 1851 William Boyd, Esq. of Glasgow, son of David Boyd, merchant. [1826, Leith; death of David J. Boyd, 4th son of John Boyd, merchant there; same or different?]
6.John James Carrick Boyd, b. Dublin
6.William Henry Boyd
5.Andrew Carrick (1840-1904) m. 1868 Lillie (Lily) Jane Tickell, d. 1877, aged 29; emigrated in 1882 to USA
6.John Frederick Carrick (1872-1942); d.unm.; farmer; lived near Houston, Texas.
6.Mary Adelaide Carrick (1870-1946); m. 1889 Frank Cooper in Houston.
7.Frank Andrew Cooper (1890-1981) m. Wilhelmina Frances Hill, (1894-1975); may also have been married to a Minnie F.
7.Barry Lee Cooper, b. 1892
7.Dewey Arnold Cooper (1898-1984) m. Mildred Amy Kern (1898-1993)
7.Madie M. Cooper m. 1916 John Krause Witcher (1895-1961), son of Thomas Witcher and Anna Katherine Krause.
6.Lillie (Lily) Agnes Carrick (1875-1924) m. Robert Merrill Smith (1863-1947), as his 2nd wife.
7.William Thomas Smith (1914-1976); buried Smith Family Cemetery, Grangerland, Montgomery Co., Texas
7.Anna Smith, b. 1912
3.Elizabeth Carrick, b. 1780; m. 1809 David Denny, Jr, manufacturer of Glasgow; wedding took place in Edinburgh.
[related? 1860--St. Lachlan, Australia, death of David Denny, Esq., son of the late John Denny, Esq., merchant of Glasgow]
3.James Carrick, (1782-1829), died at Kensington on August 24th.
3.Andrew Carrick, b. 1784, surgeon, R. N.
3.Margaret Carrick, b. 1786; m. 1805 James Romanes, merchant of Edinburgh
Carrick and Romanes family
1.Hugh Romanes m. 1 1662 Alison Patterson; m. 2 1676 Margaret Scott
2.George Romanes, b. 1683 m. 1708 Margaret Grieve
3.James Romanes (1711-1771), Bailie of Lauder; m. Elizabeth Thomson.
4.George Romanes (1748-1824) m. Jean Tait
5.James Romanes, Esq., (1777-1848), successful draper; buried Greyfriars Churchyard; m. 1805 Margaret Carrick (1785-1856), dau of the late Rev. James Carrick of New Kilpatrick.
6.Rev. George Carrick (1805-1871) m. Isabella Gair Smith (1810-1883), sister of the Rev. John Smith of Beckwith, Ontario, Canada.
7.James Romanes (1836-1901) m. 1896 Margaret Wardrop, nurse, 2nd dau of Robert Wardrop of Buttevant, Co. Cork, Ireland.
7.Robert Rose Romanes (1838-1849)
7.Georgina Isabella Romanes (1842-1878), musician
7.Professor George John Romanes (1848-1894); m. 1879 Ethel Mary Duncan, only dau of Andrew Duncan, merchant and ship owner of Liverpool [Ethel wrote two books on her family:one a bio of her husband and the other titled "An Appreciation", a bio of her eldest dau.]
8.Ethel Georgina Romanes (1880-1914), Anglican nun.
8.George Ernest Romanes (1882-1910) m. 1905 Mina Alexandra Scott
9.George Christopher Romanes (1907-1961); Catholic priest
9.Walter John Romanes (1910-1960), Catholic priest
8.Lt. Col. James Gerald Paget Romanes, D.S.O., Lord Lt. of Ross and Cromarty; puchased the estate of Pitcalzean, died in 1946.
8.Francis John Romanes, d. 1944, m. Doris Helen Wright, dau of Almroth Wright.
9.Giles John Romanes, b. 1918 m. 1943 Constance Margaret Gee
10.Geraldine Margaret Romanes, b. 1946; m. 1971 Mervyn Richard Streatfield w/issue.
10.Rosalind Margaret Romanes, b. 1947 m. 1970 Philip Richard Ventham w/issue.
10.Julian Peter Almroth Romanes (1951-1994)
9.Cynthia Joy Georgina Romanes, b. 1920 m. Lewis Saunt Castleden
10.William Mark Castleden, b. 1943
10.Francis Andrew Lewis Castleden, b. 1945
10.Elizabeth Christina Castleden, b. 1947 m. Mr. Runacres
10.Helena Margaret Ida Castleden, b. 1952 m. 1975 Martin Greene
8.Norman Hugh Romanes (1892-1964) m. Cecily Anne Mitchell Ingham (see bio, "N. H. Romanes and the Text of Lucretius", by D. Butterfield).
9.Hugh Giles Ingham Romanes, b. 1921
9.Joan Cecily Mary Romanes, b. 1922, m. Patrick Westmacott
10.Christopher Westmacott, b. 1959
8.Edmund Giles Radcliffe Romanes (1893-1915)
Helen Smith Aitchison of Rose Farm, Brockvillle Rd., near Smith Falls, Ontario, Canada, said to be an aunt of Charlotte, dau of Rev. George Romanes.
1.Catherine Smith MacDonald had a son,
2.Walter MacDonaled, lawyer, m. to Caroline Malloch, d. 1862, dau of Edwad Malloch of Ottowa, Canada; their dau,
3.Carrie MacDonald m. Capt. William Murray
4.Sir Kenneth Murray
8.Charlotte Elizabeth Romanes, d. unm. in 1911, aged 58; cousin of Duncan Forbes MacDonald, son of Dr. George MacDonald of Cromarty [ problem arised here as it is said that Dr. George was married to Margaret Duncan, her mother's elder sister; but her mother, Ethel, according to a newspaper announcement, was said to be the only dau of Andrew Duncan.Book on the MacDonald family was written by Burce Faulkner MacDonald about the MacDonalds of New Zealand.]
6.James Romanes, d. unm.
6.Isabella Romanes m. 1834 J. S. Veitch
6.Jane Romanes m. 1836 John Sibbald (Sibbold)
6.Elizabeth Romanes died 1856.
6.Margaret Romanes (1815-1816)
6.Mary Anne Romanes (1817-1848), d.unm.
6.John Romanes m.1839 Hannah Armstrong, eldest dau of Walter Armstrong, d. 1875, aged 80, in Canada, orginally from Roxborough, Scotland.
7.James Carrick Romanes, b. 1840
7.Walter Armstrong Romanes, civil engineer, b. 1842
7.Mary Anne Romanes, b. 1844
7.Elizabeth Jane Romanes
6.Robert Romanes, J.P.. of South Elmsley; emigrated to Canada around 1837 m. Isabell MacDonald.Isabella was a niece of Isabella Smith Romanes;Isabella MacDonald's mother was Catherine Smithe MacDonald, a naval widow.
7.Margaret Carrick Romanes, b. 1844; m. 1863 Sir Charles Bowman Logan (1837-1907), Writer to the Signet
7.Isabella Emily Romanes
6.Margaret Romanes (1823-1830)
6.Andrew Romanes (1823-1853), merchant of Edinburgh; d.unm.
6.Agnes Romanes, d.unm. in 1846.