The HAM MSS includes that he had one, unnamed, dau.
Graeme Wall has found suggestions that Archibald H married Sarah Wynne sole dau. and heir of Capt William Wynne who built Wynn Hall in Ruabon; they had a dau. Sarah who m. (2) Rev John Kenrick, bringing with her Wynne Hall which then stayed with the Kenricks until 1939. See:
(b) ‘Chronicles of a non-conformist family’ by Mrs Wilfred Byng Kenrick.
(c) George Hamilton’s ‘The House of Hamilton’ pub Skinner, Edinburgh, 1933. But this last does not make the Kenrick connection.
Descendants of the Kenricks survive to this day.
_____________________________________________In Fasti Ecclesiae Scoticanae, vol 1, p. 7
(The incumbents of Corstorphine church, dedicated to St John the Baptist, from 1554 to 1895.)
Incumbent from 1692 to 1709:
ARCHIBALD HAMILTON, son of Arch. H., min. of Wigtown ; M.A. (Edinburgh, 28th Aug. 1683) ; ord. to the Presbyterian Congregation at Wycombe, Buckinghamsh., in 1688 ; adm. 1692 ; died 30th April 1709, aged about 46. He marr. Sarah Winne (Edin. Sas., Ix., 368). He was, presumably in right of his wife, pro
prietor of lands in Montgomeryshire (Edin. Com. Deeds, 6th March 1710). His only daugh. Sarah (marr. John Kenrick, Nonconformist min. at Wrexham, Denbighsh.), died 22nd Oct. 1775, aged 80. [Hart s Journal.]
and Vol 7, p. 472, on English charges
ARCHIBALD HAMILTON, M.A. (cf. Vol. I., 7); ord. to a Presbyterian congregation at Wycombe in 1688 ; adm. to Corstorphine in 1692.