Below is my transcription of 1st few pages of Lois C. Meyer's file as found in following referenced LDS file/film:
Craig families of Ireland : also descendants of Robert Houston . . .
compiled by Miss Lois Myer
Myer, Lois C (Main Author)
Craig families of Ireland -FHL BRITISH Film [ 547593 ]
TRANSCRIBED AS FOLLOWS:
Family of - James McClurken and Wife (Name unknown)
B.abt 1720-25 Ireland B.abt 17?? Ireland
D.Sept 1795 Chester Co., SC D.bfr 1788 Laurens Co., SC?
Married in Ireland about 1747-8
James McClurken came to America on the Ship "Lord Dunluce" in 1772, sailed from Larne under Capt. James Gillies, bringing ten (10) children to America.He was granted 350 acres on Durbin's Creek Camden District, Craven County, South Carolina,-Council Journal 37 Pages 16-25, Meeting of Jan 8, 1773.Deed was recorded Aug 19, 1774 Plat Book 18-298 South-West side of Durbin's Creek, Bowen, all sides vacant.
Deed I-387 Fairfield County, S.C.2/10 1788
James McClurken, of Chester Co., S.C. granted 8/19 1774 350 Acres in Laurens Co., S.C.
N.W. side Durbin's CreektoJames Kirkpatrick.No wife signs the deed.
James McClurken left a Will, which is on file in the court house at Chester, S.C.Nine (9) children are named in the Will, only the daughter, Mary is missing.
1.James McClurken, Junior (Revolutionary War Soldier)Claim 121:Paid 8/31 1786 James McClocklin
B.abt 1748-9 in Ballymena, County Antrim, Ireland
D.between 1786-90(not given in 1790 census)
Married abt 1775-80
He had children, as James McClurken, Senior's Will says: "To the children of my son, James"All must be girls.
He received 100 Acres of land 1/6 1773 On South side Enoree River, bounded by Mordicai Moore's land, all other sides vacant.Land now Union or Fairfield County.Plat Book 18-149 2/22 1773
(Land is actually in what is now Laurens County at Harris Bridge - a Butch Sanders note).
B.abt 1750 in Ballymena, County Antrim, Ireland
D.abt 1792-3(Mentioned as deceased daughter in her father's Will)
Her father's Will says "To the children of my daughter Lillias"
John Baird ?(This not yet proved)4 Baird children fit the requirements.
Lillias McClurken came to America on the Ship "Lord Dunluce" received 100 Acres of land, thus single, on 1/6 1773Plat Book 18-150 96th District - Enoree River, Beaver Dam Branch.Land now in either: Chester or Fairfield County.
B.abt 1752 in Ballymena, County Antrim, Ireland
D.before 1790-4(Not mentioned in her father's Will, thus she did not leave any children)
Mary McClurken received 100 Acres of land 1/6 1773-Her name also on the list of passengers on the Ship "Lord Dunluce".Her land on N.E. side of Rayburn Creek, Lick Branch.Plat Book 18 - Page 150 land now in Laurens County, S.C. ?
4.Eleanor McClurken(2 children in her Will: Mary Young McDill & Andrew Young); Her Will written May 16, 1826.
B.1754 in Ballymena, County Antrim, Ireland
D.11/24 1838 Hopewell Cem., Preble Co., Ohio
Married abt 1775Laurens Co., S.C.
D.abt 1780-84(He was a British patriot & Tory in the Revolutionary War, possibly killed.)
She second married abt 1785 (no children)
B.1744 in Ireland
D.1/15 1819 Hopewell Cem., Chester Co., S.C.
He had children by a previous marriage, had a son Andrew Maben, who died 1810 in Todd Co., Ky.
Eleanor received 100 Acres of land 1/6 1773 North-west side of Durbin's Creek, Bowen's Branch Craven County, Now: Fairfield or Chester Co., S.C.Plat Book 18-Page 148
(Land is actually in what is now Laurens County just west of Young's Station and just north of Friendship Church.It bounded north side of her father, James Sr.'s grant - a Butch Sanders note).
5.Samuel McClurken Revolutionary War Soldier - Claim #54, Paid 1783 & 1786
B.1756 in Ballymena, County Antrim, Ireland
D.Feb 1795 in Laurens Co., S.C.
Married abt 1776-8
D.1792 (at birth of son Samuel?)
1. Girl, wife of Thomas Lewers
2. James McClurken
3. Samuel McClurken
2nd Married abt 1773
She second Married abt 1796
His estate in 5 parts:
2 parts to Nancy Hazlet in her right or dower.
1 part to Thomas Lewers
1 part each to the two minor sons, James & Samuel McClurken.
Samuel McClurken came to America on Ship "Lord Dunluce".Received 100 Acres of land 1/6 1773 - 96th District North side of Rayburn's Creek - Laurens County, S.C.Plat Book 18-151 Recorded 3/20 1773
6.Jane (Jean) McClurken(9 children)
B.abt 1758 in Ballymena, County Antrim, Ireland
D.abt 1849-50Fairfield Co., S.C.
Married abt 1775S.C.
B.abt 1750 Ireland
D.Apr 1797 Chester Co., S.C.
David Weir also on the Ship "Lord Dunluce" & received 100 Acres of land.Plat Book 21-379 2/8 1773
David Weir Will written 4/5 1796; probated 4/27 1797.
Deed: Bk-B-Page 138David Weir & wife, Jean, sell to Haistings Dial10/19 1786 100 Acres on Saluda River.
Wit: William Boyd, Catherine Boyd, Samuel McClurken.
Jane McClurken received 100 Acres of land 1/6 1773
Plat Book 18-Page 1494/13 1773
Rayburn Creek, all sides vacant - Fairfield or Laurens Co.
7.Thomas McClurken (yoeman) (Minor in 1772) (Revolutionary War Soldier: Lt Thomas McClurken from Laurens Co., S.C.)
B.abt 1760 (Minor in 1772)Did not receive land grant.
D. He was given a suit of clothes in his father's Will, the first son or child named in his Will.
Jane (Jean) McWilliams
Her name from Deed in Laurens County, S.C.
Jennet McWilliams on Ship "Dunluce" in 1772.
Thomas McClurken of Fairfield Co., S.C. also owned land in Spartanburg County, S.C.
Deed:Book-E-Page 42 Laurens Co., S.C.3/13 1793
Thomas McClurken of Fairfield Co., S.C. to Adam Gordon 100 Acres, land granted to Jennet McWilliams Long Branch, Duncan Creek, Bounded by Robert Taylor & Cradock by inheritance in fee simple.
Wit: William Hall, Lydia Brown
Deed:Book ?-37 Recorded 8/11 1793 Laurens Co., S.C.
Thomas McClurken & wife, Jenny to William Glidwell 150 Acres Duncan Creek - land granted to Thomas Cunningham 4/2 1773 to Thomas McClurken 1/27 1780 - land on Saluda River
Wit: Frances Lufey, Robert Glidwell, Abraham Myers.
8.Catherine McClurken(11 children)
B.abt 1762 in Ballymena, County Antrim, IrelandCatherine was a minor in 1772.She did not receive land grant
D.between 1800-1809 in Laurens Co., S.C.
Married abt 1778 in Laurens Co., S.C.
D.12/7 1829 Laurens Co., S.C.(Death date from his son: Isaac P. Boyd's Bible)
Buried: west of Madden Station, Laurens Co., S.C.
His first wife was Miss McClanahan (from family records) 2 daughters.
William Boyd on the Ship "Hopewell" under Capt. John Martin
1/6 1773 - Council Journal applications.
Ship sailed 1772 from Belfast to Charleston, S.C.This acreage fits the size of his family: 250 Acres.
William Boyd - 100 Acres
Miss McClanahan (wife) 50 Acres
2 girls (50 Acres each) 100 Acres - total 250
9.John McClurken(2 sons - James & Andrew)
B.abt 1764 in Ballymena, County Antrim, Ireland(Minor in 1772.Did not receive a land grant)
D.Dec 1792 Fairfield Co., S.C.John McClurken Will written 9/22 1792 Fairfield Co., SC; Probated Dec 12, 1792
Married abt 1786 in S.C.
D.1850-60(living 1850 census Fairfield Co., S.C.)
Daughter of Andrew Walker of Fairfield Co., S.C.
She 2nd Married
Mr. John Boyles
D.9/1 1819(Equity Court Records: Fairfield Co., S.C.)
10.Jennet McClurkin(4 children)
B.abt 1766 in Ballymena, County Antrim, Ireland(Minor in 1772.Did not receive a land grant)
D.abt 1797-8 in Chester Co., S.C.
Married abt 1786 in S.C.
Matthew McClurkin(Revolutionary War Soldier)
B.abt 1756 (tombstone)1761 from Revolutionary War Service records.
D.5/1 1847Beechwoods Cemetery - Preble County, Ohio.
(Son of: John McClurkin - brother of James McClurken, Jennet's father)
Thus Jennet & Matthew would be first cousins.
He 2nd Marriedabt 1800
Mrs. Mary Gaston Elliott(8 children)
D.2/21 1822Beechwoods Cem, Morning Sun, Ohio