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Col. John Knox McClintock Esq., J.P, D.L. C.B.E.
The Chapel was built by his father Col. George Perry McClintock in 1873 for the use of the family and also for the workers on the estate.
Reproduced with kind permission of Sir David Stewart, 7th Bart. of Athenree, Co. Tyrone.
|Will of George Perry Esq., of Seskinore.|
|Seskinore Lodge, Seskinore & Mullaghmore.|
|Samuel M'Clintock Esq|
|"The end of house that nobody wanted"|
|McClintock of Seskinore Genealogy|
|As to the Lands of Ranelly.|
|As to Lands of Drumconnolly and Tullyrush|
|As to the Lands of Mullaghmore|
|Maps of the Estate of Samuel McClintock Esq,.|
|A H McClintock's photo album.|
|Funeral of Col. J K McClintock|
|HISTORIC IRISH MANSIONS. No 194 Seskinore, Co. Tyrone.|
|Letters of W H J Wreford.|
|'‘Lost child' of Seskinore|
|Will of W H J Wreford.|
|Obituary of Charles Eccles, Esq.|
|Dr. Edward Charles Thompson|
|Funeral of Mr Raymond Browne-Lecky|
|Unprecedented Auction sale at Ecclesville, Fintona|
|Will of R S C de M L Browne-Lecky of Ecclesville.|
|Codicil to will of R S C de M L Browne-Lecky|
|Application for a Grant of Probate|
|Will of Isabella Caroline Annie Bland nee Browne-Lecky|
|Houses connected to the McClintock family.|
|Stewart of Athenree|
|Archive material for McClintock of Seskinore.|