Name: James Traill
Suffix: of Tullochin
Prefix: Lt Col
Birth: 10 DEC 1597 in Tullochin, Ireland
Death: 18 MAY 1663
MEM: Killyleagh, co Down, Ireland: Memorial tablet in south wall of the church nave
Note: 1 2|
Change Date: 12 SEP 2006
"Was born 1600 in Tullochin, and died 18 May 1663. He married MARY HAMILTON 21 March 1646/47, daughter of JOHN HAMILTON and SARAH BRABAZON. She was born in Claudeboys."
(From Elsie Ritchie)
Down: Duferin - Gravestone Inscriptions, Barony of Dufferin
Marriage Alegations, 1660
Killyleagh Church of Ireland Graveyard
O. S. 24 Grid Ref. 528527
County Down, Ireland
Traille/Trail /M. D., 12, 374. Memorial tablet in south wall of the nave, with arms:- a chevron between two lozenges in chief and a trefoil in base (Traille), impaling three cinquefoils piereced, on a chief a human heart of the field (Hamilton).
Heere lyeth the body of Lef. Col. Jam(es) Traille who having severall years faithfully served his mast. in ye warr against ye Irish Rebells departed th(is) life at Tollachin 18 May 166- haveing had issue by his wife Mary Traille als Hamilton, daughter to John Hamilton of Hamiltons Baun in ye county of Ardmagh, Esqr., broth(er) to ye Right Honl. ye Lord Viscount Claneboys; 4 sons & 8 daughters, James, John, Hans, James, Jane, Ann, Mar(y), Mathelda, Sarah, Ellenor, Magdalen, Margaret.
Lieutenant-Colonel James Traill, a man of great moral character, of whom Cromwell said, that he would like to have 10,000 for his army.
Drumnaconnor, along with Raleagh, were granted by the Commonwealth by right of conquest and law of arms, to Lieut. Col. James Trail of Tullychin in Killyleagh parish, who had rendered active service in the suppression of the 1641 Rebellion. After his death, Drumnaconnor & Raleagh passed to his younger son, Hans. He died in Dublin in 1692 leaving his 'corn-mill and tuck-mill' to his eldest son, James. (KPC p 12,19)
Elder of Killyleagh Presbyterian church. Had daughters Mary Clewlow & Margaret Bruce.
Father: James Trail b: 1555 in Beley, Scotland
Mother: Matilda Melville b: in Carnbee, Fife, Scotland
- Hans Traill b: 18 OCT 1658 in Tullychin
- Type: Web Site
Author: Karl Hayde
- Type: Book
Periodical: The Story of Kilmore Presbyterian Church
Author: Rev. David Stewart
Date: Belfast 1932
Page: 19, 20