Does anyone have any idea where James McKay (1837-1913) of Glenarm is buried? He was a younger brother and business associate of my great-grandfather, Patrick McKay of Dumbarton. James was an adventurous type. He went out to Australia in the 1880s Gold Rush (where he was apparently held up by Ned Kelly), had a spell at running a coastal shipping fleet with his brother, later in life he owned and ran a butcher's business and the pub that is now the Bridge End Tavern in Glenarm. He married an Anne Galbraith and they had a family of eight. Despite extensive searches I have been unable to locate a burial site. Any help gratefully received.