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Omagh Ruling Elders & Commissioners 1620-1700
Extracted from In the Days of the Laggan Presbytery – Rev. Alexander G. Lecky (Davidson & McCormack, Belfast, 1908)

Transcribed by Len Swindley
len_swindley[at]hotmail.com



The following are the names of the men who attended the meetings of the Laggan Presbytery between the years 1672 and 1700, as ruling elders or as commissioners, together with the names of the congregations which they represented. They were doubtless the leading men in the districts in which they lived, and their names deserve to be held in remembrance on account of the part which they took in laying the foundations of Presbyterianism in the Laggan, and for the services which they so cheerfully rendered, without fee or reward, amid much persecution and many difficulties, in maintaining a preached gospel in troubling times. In all of these congregations, there are still to be found families bearing their honoured names, and in many cases they are, no doubt, the descendants of these good men – a fact they have no reason to be ashamed, but good reason to be proud of.

 

OMAGH (Drumragh, Termon M’Gurk, Longfield, Cappagh and Badoney)

BREIN

John

BROWN

Andrew

CALBRETH [GALBRAITH]

Robert

CARMICHAEL

John

CARMICHAEL

Thomas

COUPER

Edward

CRAIG

John

CRATTE

William

CRAWFORD

Alexander

CRAWFORD

William

CRAWFORD

John

CRAWFORD

Robert

DENNY

James

DUDGEON

Gawin

FINIG

Robert

FLEMON

David

HENDERSON

Robert

HUNTER

Alexander

JOHNSTON

Robert

KENNEDY

Da.

LAW

William

LITTLE

Francis

LITTLE

Thomas

M’CAY [McCAY]

John

M’COI [McCOY]

John

M’COLLUM [McCOLLUM]

John

M’COSLAN [McCAUSLAND]

Robert

M’FARLANE [McFARLANE]

John

MITCHEL

Andrew

MOORE

Patrick

MOORE

Alexander

MOORE

Hugh

MURE [MOORE]

William

NOBLE

William

PAUL

Robert

PIRRIE [PERRY]

George

REID

John

RODGER

James

TURNER

John

TURNER

David

WEIR

John



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