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15. Mourning MCKINNIE1,12 was born (date unknown). Edgecombe Precinct/County Deed Book 2, p.319. 12 Aug 1755. John Lane of Georgia, heir at law of Patience Lane, to Joseph Lane of Edgecombe County. All houses, barnes, mills, stables etc. that fell to me by my GRANDFATHER'S will as by the will of Col. Barnaby McKinney to his son Richard McKinnie and said Richard died without issue. 300 acres fell to his [Barnaby's] son John McKinney and the remaining part to his two DAUGHTERS Patience Lane and Mourning Pope.

Mourning MCKINNIE and John POPE were married.1,30 Halifax Co NC Deed Book 13; p.247 22 Feb 1775 Mourning, daughter of Col. Barnaby McKinnie, intermarried with John Pope. Had issue Henry Pope who is dead. [Did not mention a Barnaby Pope, perhaps he is also deceased.] John POPE1 was born (date unknown).

Mourning MCKINNIE and John POPE had the following children:

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Barnaby POPE1,31 was born (date unknown). [This is very likely the same Barnaby Pope that married Angelina Parish, stepdaughter of John McKinnie.]
Said to have been mentioned in the will of Barnaby McKinnie Jr "I give unto Barnaby Pope, son of John Pope, one hundred and ten acres of Land adjoining to the said land I give unto William Mackennie." This detail is not in the abstract.
Edgecombe Co Deed Book 4, p. 578. 9 Nov 1753. Barnaby Pope to William Hurst 110 acres adj Col. Millikin, Thomas Howell, William Kinchen. Bequeathed to William McKinne and bequeathed to the sd Pope by his UNCLE Barnaby McKinnie on 17 Oct 1736 [date of this will does indicate this is Barnaby Jr] Witness: William Little, Richard McKinne.

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Henry POPE died before February 1775.30 Deed Book 14; p.247 22 Feb 1775 Henry Pope died and land was past to Burwell Pope.

Northampton Co NC Deed Book 3, p.60 (37) 19 Jul 1759. Henry Pope & wife Tabitha of Halifax sold to Blake Baker as follows. Barnaby McKinnie dec'd late of Edgecome Co was possessed of land and a mill in Northampton - 400 Acres. His will of 13 Aug 1737 devised this land to son Richard McKinnie & if he had no issue then the sd 400 A to go to his daughters Patience Lane & Mourning Pope. Richard died without issue. John Lane, heir of Patience sold his part to Col. Joseph Lane who sold it to Blake Baker. Henry Pope & Blake Baker partitioned the 400 acres. James Turner, sheriff of Northampton inquired as ordered. Jurors: William Barnes, Green Hill, Thos. Williams, Benj Branch, John Williams, Harwood Jones, John Paul, Joseph Exum, Thomas Barret, Barnabe Thomas, Epaphroditus Kilbee, William Moore. The land was sold to sd. Blake Baker. Signed: Henry Pope, Tabitha Pope. Wit: J. Edwards, James Holderness, John Gittest. Oct Ct. 1759.

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Burwell POPE.