'Corry1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Corry of Castlecoole, Corry of Kelwood

Paterson states that the following family was "originally a Dumfriesshire family. ... The first of the name we have found in connection with Ayrshire was" ...
Thomas Corry of Kelwood, Thomastoun, etc. (a 1507, a 1528)
1. George Corry (a 1523, dvp?)
2. Thomas Corry of Kelwood (d Pinkie 09.1547)
  m. Margaret Naper
  A. George Corry of Kelwood (a 1580)
  m. Margaret Blair
  B. ?? Corry
  i. John Corry of Kelwood (a 1597, d by 1611)
a. George Corry of Kelwood
  m. Margaret Chalmers (d 02.1623?)
  (1) John Corry (dvp)
  b. David Corry
  (1) Mariot Corry
  c. James Corry (d Afford 06.1645, Captain)
  m. Florence Crawfurd
  (1) Margaret Corry
  ii. David Corry
3. Katherine Corry
  m. Thomas Kennedy of Coiff



We start with a brother & sister who we show as children of ...
_ Corry
1. John Corry of Belfast, 1st of Castlecoole in co. Fermanagh (d c1683, "a native of Scotland")
  m. Blanch Johnston
  A. James Corry of Castlecoole, Sheriff of co. Fermanagh then co. Monaghan (d 01.05.1718, Colonel)
m1. (02.1663) Sarah Anketell (dau of Oliver Anketell of Anketell Grove)
  i. John Corry of Castlecoole, Sheriff of co. Fermanagh (b 1666, d 1726, Colonel)
  m. (07.02.1701-2) Sarah Leslie (dau/coheir of William Leslie of Prospect)
  a. Leslie Corry of Castlecoole, Sheriff of co. Fermanagh (b 1712, d unm 1740-1, Colonel)
  b. Martha Corry of Castlecoole (b 1704-5, d c1764)
  m. Edmund Leslie, later Corry (Captain, MP)
  c. Sarah Corry, later of Castlecoole (b 1709, d 1774)
m. (26.07.1733) Galbraith Lowry, later Lowry-Corry
  d. Mary Corry, later of Castlecoole (b 1710, d 1774)
  m. (1736) Margetson Armar (dsp 1773, Colonel, Sheriff of co. Fermanagh)
  e. Elizabeth Corry (b 1715, d 1791)
  m1. (1751) Archibald Hamilton
  m2. (04.12.1754) James Leslie (cousin)
  ii. Sarah Corry (d unm)
  iii. Elizabeth Corry
  m. (1700) James Auchinleck of Thomastown
  iv. Rebecca Corry
  m. (1698) James Moutray of Favour Royal
  m2. (1683) Lucy Mervyn (dau of Henry Mervyn of Trillick)
  m3. (1692) Elizabeth Harryman of London
2. daughter
  ?? Crawford ("a cadet of the Scottish family of Crawford, settled in Fermanagh in the early part of the 17th century")

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section : 'History of the County of Ayr' (James Paterson, vol 2, 1852, p291+)
(2) For lower section (first uploaded 22.06.09 into CZmisc01) : BP1934 ('Belmore')
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