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Kincaid

 

Pennsylvania Timeline

 

1790-1799

 

3rd Edition

 

Copyright 2002

 

Revised and Updated

 

2007

 

Revised and Updated

 

October 2010

 

compiled

 

by

 

Norman L. Kincaide, Ph.D.

 

May not be reproduced without permission.

 

 

Introduction

 

Why a Timeline?

 

A timeline is used to organize information chronologically.  Law enforcement uses it as an investigative tool.  Historians use timelines to better understand the chronology of historical events.  Why not use them in genealogical research to better organize and understand lineages?  I found that a timeline was the easiest way to store a lot of information about a family surname.  A timeline also allowed me to see how the different family lines progress together.  Isolated bits and pieces of information are only valuable if they can be placed in the context of a timeline that intersects with a family line.  And why not see several lines at once and follow them through the data? 

 

More than 60 different Kincaid families have been identified, whose lines are carried from the 1700s to well into the 1800s, and some into the 1900s.  These family lines are identified by different colors and DNA sample numbers from the Kincaid surname DNA project from Family Tree DNA.  Those without DNA samples have been assigned a six-number code [000001] until at such time a donor for that line can be found. These colors and numbers, however, are only indicators of lineage.  They are based on the best assessment of the evidence as I perceive it.  Kincaid families without colors or numbers either do not have enough evidence to attach them to a particular line. As more evidence comes to light these colors and numbers may change.

 

Why a sentence format?  A sentence turns raw data into history.  A sentence also more clearly defines what is happening, who is involved, when and where an event happened.  The use of a sentence format is also aimed at the least sophisticated researcher.  A straight forward declarative sentence will usually clarify what the data represents and dispel any ambiguity.  The Kincaid family is the subject of the sentence regardless of the kind of action.  The first name is always cited first because the spelling of the Kincaid name was not standardized until well into the 1800s and even after that time misspellings occur with regularity.  In many instances a researcher is looking for a Kincaid with a certain first name.  Trying to follow a certain spelling of the last name eliminates many possibilities for research and only constructs brick walls where there should be none.

 

Documents involving Kincaids (deeds, wills, military service records) are transcribed in their entirety.  This eliminates the reliance upon abstracts which are notoriously inaccurate. This also eliminates the question of what information the abstract left out. With the advent of electronic documents the need to save space that plagued print products is no longer necessary. Full documents can now be displayed without concern for space availability. References are placed immediately following the citation of a Kincaid. In a timeline there is no need to separate the citing reference from the Kincaid event or document. This allows the reader to immediately see the reference following the Kincaid citation.

 

The Kincaid Pennsylvania Timeline is a constant work in progress as there is much more evidence to be found in Pennsylvania.  Since 1994 I have conducted research in following counties: Chester, Crawford, Cumberland, Erie, Franklin, Lancaster, Philadelphia, Washington, Westmoreland, York; Pennsylvania State Archives, Harrisburg, the DAR library in Washington, D.C., the Delaware Public Archives in Dover, DE, and the Crawford County Court House, English, Indiana.  I am not, however, a certified genealogist.  I am a trained historian with a BA in history from the University of Colorado, Boulder, MA in history from the University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, Certificate in Historical Editing & Publishing from Arizona State University, Tempe, and Ph.D. in history from Arizona State University, Tempe.  I also have 22 years of legal research experience with Shepard’s/McGraw-Hill, now LexisNexis, Colorado Springs, CO.  This timeline was designed initially to clarify my own line of Kincaids.  But as I got more material I decided to get as much information on all of the Kincaids in Pennsylvania.  This timeline has been a labor of love and I hope the reader finds the information assembled here to be both meaningful and easy to use. 

 

Dr. Norman L. Kincaide

 

The Kincaid name is spelled in the timeline as it is found in the original or citing document. The number in brackets next to the different families is the sample number from the Kincaid surname DNA project. For lineages that do not have a DNA sample a number code has been assigned such as [000001].

 

Kincaid DNA Project

 

Find out more about your Kincaid ancestors by participating in the Kincaid DNA project, check out the project website: http://www.kincaiddna.org/

 

                       

Family Color Code & Number Legend

 

Kincaid families in dark blue bold face are in DNA Group A, Set 1, a.

Kincaid families in blue bold face are in DNA Group A, Set 1, b and c.

Kincaid families in green bold face are in DNA Group A, Set 2 and 3.

Kincaid families in violet bold face are in DNA Group B.

Kincaid families in red bold face are in DNA Group C, Set 2.

Kincaid families in orange bold face are in DNA Group D.

Kincaid families in light blue bold face are in DNA Group I.

Kincaid families in lime bold face are Ben Dixon Kincaids.

Ungrouped Kincaid samples will have no color code.

Also consult the Kincaid DNA Project Chart: http://www.kincaiddna.org/chart.php

See the detailed Kincaid Color Code and Number Legend at the link below.

 

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~kincaide/Kincaid%20Research/kincaid%20color%20and%20number%20code%20legend.htm

 

Glossary of Terms

Taxation terms

 

Married: The individual had recently married which would subject him to the inmate (married without property) tax which was lower than the freeman (single without property) tax.

Inmate=renter, residing in another’s home.

Unseated lands=nonresident land owner

Freeman=unmarried man over age 21

 

Land or property terms

 

Application: A request for a warrant to have a survey made.

Warrant: Certificate authorizing a survey of a tract of land and initiates title of a property and provides the basis for settlement, but does not convey all rights to the property.

Survey: Sketch of boundaries of a tract of land with exact determination of total acreage.

Return: Verbal description of property boundaries, the function of which is similar to that of a patent, and is an internal document from the Surveyor General to the Secretary of the Land Office.

Patent: This is the final official deed from the Penns or the Commonwealth, which conveys clear title and all rights to the private owner.

 

1790    Brandywine Township was formed from the northern part of East Caln Township, Chester County, PA in 1790, was later divided into East and West Brandywine Townships in 1844.

 

1790    United State Federal Census, USFC, the schedules for Delaware, Georgia, Kentucky, New Jersey, Tennessee and Virginia were burned by the British when they occupied Washington D.C. during the War of 1812.

White males over 16; white males under 16; white females, all other free persons; slaves.

 

Allegheny County, PA

 

1790    John Kinkead, Portion taken from Washington County, PA, Allegheny County, PA, 1 male over 16,

1 male under 16, 1 female. USFC, p.17.

1790    John Kinkaid, [000004] Portion taken from Washington County, PA, Allegheny County, PA, 1 male over 16, 2 males

under 16, 4 females. USFC, p. 17

1790    Robert Kinkaid, [44937] Portion taken from Washington County, PA, Allegheny County, PA, 2 males over 16, 1 female. USFC, p. 17.

1790    Thomas Kinkaid, [16491] Portion taken from Washington County, PA, Allegheny County, PA, 2 males over 16,

4 males under 16, 4 females. USFC, p. 17.

1790    Samuel Kinkead, [44937] Portion taken from Washington County, PA, Allegheny County, PA, 1 male over 16, 1 female. 

USFC, p. 17.

 

Chester County, PA

 

1790    Hannah Kinkaid, [000019] Sadsbury Township, Chester County, PA, 2 males over 16, 6 females. USFC, p. 70.

1790    James Kinkead, [000002] Honeybrook Township, Chester County, PA, 2 males over 16, 1 male under 16, 1 female. USFC, p. 66.

 

Cumberland County, PA

 

1790    Andrew Kinkade, [1263] Eastern portion of Cumberland County, PA, 4 males over 16, 3 males under 16, 10 females.

USFC, p. 80.

1790    Jean Kinkaid, [4164] [122441] Hopewell, Newton, Tyborn, & West Pennsborough Townships Cumberland County,

PA, 1 male over 16, 2 females. USFC, p. 76.

1790    James Kinkaid, [15550] Hopewell, Newton, Tyborn, & West Pennsborough Townships, Cumberland County, PA,

1 male over 16, 4 males under 16, 2 females. USFC, p. 78.

1790    John Kinkade, [93625] Eastern portion of Cumberland County, PA, 3 males over 16, 1 female. USFC p. 83.

 

Franklin County, PA

 

1790    John Kinkaid, [16596] Fannet, Hamilton, Letterkenny, Montgomery & Peters Townships, Franklin County, PA,

1 male over 16, 2 males under 16, 3 females. USFC, p. 114.

 

Lancaster County, PA

 

1790    David Kinkead, [168734] Maytown Township, Lancaster County, PA, 3 males over 16, 4 males under 16, 4 females. USFC, p. 142.

1790    John Kenkade, [000012] Drumore Township, Lancaster County, PA, 3 males over 16, 1 male under 16, 4 females. USFC, p. 131.

 

Philadelphia County, PA

 

1790    Francis Kincaid [000021] (school master), Plum Street, North Side, Southwark Town, Philadelphia County, PA, 2 males

over 16, 3 males under 16, 5 females. USFC, p. 211.

 

Westmoreland County, PA

 

1790    Andrew Kinkead, [000017]Derry Township, Westmoreland County, PA, 1 male over 16,

4 males under 16, 2 females. USFC, p. 260.

1790    James Kincard, [000013] Mount Pleasant Township, Westmoreland County, PA, 1 male

over 16, 2 males under 16, 4 females.  USFC, p. 264.

1790    Janey Kinkead, [000013] North Huntingdon Township, Westmoreland County, PA,

1 male over 16, 1 male under 16, 3 females.  USFC, p. 264.

1790    John Kinkead, [4164] [122441] Salem Township, Westmoreland County, PA, 1 male over 16,

1 male under 16, 5 females. USFC, p. 266.

1790    Samuel Kinkead, [000013] Washington Township, Westmoreland County, PA,

2 males over 16. USFC, p. 268.

1790    Matthew McClerron, [4164] Derry Township, Westmoreland County, PA, 1 male

over 16, 5 females. USFC, p. 260.

1790    Hugh McClerren, Salem Township, Westmoreland County, PA, 1 male over 16,

2 males under 16, 4 females. USFC, p. 266.

 

York County, PA

 

1790    Anthony Kincard, Fawn Township, York County, PA, 1 male over 16, 3 females, 1 slave. USFC, p. 272.

1790    Joseph Kincard, Fawn Township, York County, PA, 1 male over 16, 1 female. USFC, p. 272.

1790    Michael Kinkaid, [000044] Berwick, Cumberland, Franklin, Germany, Hamiltonban,

Heidelberg, Mount Pleasant, Mountjoy, & Straban Townships, York County, PA,

3 males over 16, 2 males under 16, 5 females. USFC, p. 290.

1790    Milehel Kinkaid, Huntington, Manallen, Manheim, & Tyrone Townships, York County, PA,

1 male over 16, 1 male under 16, 2 females. USFC, p. 284.

1790    Robert Kinkaid, [270925] Berwick, Cumberland, Franklin, Germany, Hamiltonban,

Heidelberg, Mount Pleasant, Mountjoy, & Straban Townships, York County, PA,

2 males over 16, 3 males under 16, 3 females.  USFC, p. 291. 300

1790    Samuel Kincade, [119921] Fawn Township, York County, PA, 3 males over 16,

5 males under 16, 4 females. USFC, p. 272.

1790    John McGlaughlin, Fawn Township, York County, PA, 1 male over 16, 1 male

under 16, 1 female. USFC, p. 272.

 

Delaware

 

1790    James Kinkead, [19324] Pencader Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware. USFC.

1790    Joseph Kinkead, [19324] White Clay Creek Hundred, New Castle County, Delaware. USFC.

 

Virginia/Kentucky

 

1790    Andrew Kinkead taxed in Bourbon County, KY. Need reference.

 

Maryland

 

1790    Alexander Kinkead, [5164] North Milford Hundred, Cecil County, MD, 1 male over 16,

1 male under 16, 4 females,1 slave. USFC

1790    John Kinkead, [000070] Back Creek Hundred, Cecil County, MD, 1 all other free persons. USFC

 

North Carolina

 

1790    James Kinkaid, [2563] Ninth Company, Morgan District, Lincoln County, NC, 1 male over 16, 3 females. USFC

1790    John Kinkaid, Sr., [2563] Ninth Company, Morgan District, Lincoln County, NC, 3 males over 16, 3 females, 7 slaves.  USFC.

1790    John Kinkaid, [2563] Ninth Company, Morgan District, Lincoln County, NC, 1 male over 16, 1 male under 16, 2 females.  USFC.

1790    Robert Kinkaid, [2563] Ninth Company, Morgan District, Lincoln County, NC, 1 male over 16, 2 males under 16, 1 female. USFC

1790    Thomas Kinkaid, [2563] Ninth Company, Morgan District, Lincoln County, NC, 2 males over 16. USFC

1790    William Kinkaid, [2563] Ninth Company, Morgan District, Lincoln County, NC, 1 male over 16, 1 male under 16, 5 females. USFC

1790    John Kinkade, Salisbury District, Rowan County, NC, 1 male over 16, 3 females. USFC

 

South Carolina

 

1790    Alexander Kincaid, Camden District, Fairfield County, SC, 1 male over 16, 1 male under 16, 2 females. USFC

1790    James Kincaid, Camden District, Fairfield County, SC, 1 male over 16, 1 male under 16, 7 females, 2 slaves. USFC

1790    James Kinkad, Camden District, York County, SC, 2 males over 16, 4 males under 16, 6 females. USFC

 

 

Taxables

Pennsylvania

Chester County

 

1790    John Kincaid, [000021] West Caln, Chester County, PA, gone, 1790, 1790-1799, p. 3.  Chester County

Archives & Records Service, West Chester, PA, Tax Discounts 1785-1823.

1790    John Kincaid, London Grove, Chester County, PA, gone, 1790, 1790-1799, p. 7. Chester County

Archives & Records Service, West Chester, PA, Tax Discounts 1785-1823.

 

Lancaster County

 

1790    John Kincaid [000012] taxed in Drumore Township, Lancaster County, PA. 

Lancaster County Historical Society, Lancaster, PA.

1790    John Kincaid, [000012] son of John Kincaid, [000012] taxed with his father in Drumore Township, Lancaster County, PA. 

Lancaster County Historical Society, Lancaster, PA

 

Kentucky

Taxables

Fayette County

 

1790    Andrew Kincaid taxed in Fayette County, KY, Feb. 26, 1790.  Kentucky Tax Lists, p. 55.

1790    David Kincaid taxed in Fayette County, KY, Feb. 26, 1790.  Kentucky Tax Lists, p. 55.

1790    Hobson Kincaid taxed in Fayette County, KY, Feb. 26, 1790.  Kentucky Tax Lists, p. 55.

1790    John Kincaid taxed in Fayette County, KY, Feb. 26, 1790.  Kentucky Tax Lists, p. 55.

1790    John Kincaid, Jr. taxed in Fayette County, KY, Feb. 26, 1790.  Kentucky Tax Lists, p. 55.

1790    John Kincaid, Sr. taxed in Fayette County, KY, Feb. 26, 1790.  Kentucky Tax Lists, p. 55.

 

Woodford County

 

1790    Archibald Kinkade [241829] taxed in Woodford County, KY, May 12, 1790.  Kentucky Tax Lists, p. 55.

1790    John Kinkade [241829] taxed in Woodford County, KY, May 7, 1790.  Kentucky Tax Lists, p. 55.

1790    Thomas Kinkade [241829] taxed in Woodford County, KY, May 12, 1790.  Kentucky Tax Lists, p. 55.

1790    William Kinkade, Jr. [241829] taxed in Woodford County, KY, May 28, 1790.  Kentucky Tax Lists, p. 55.

1790    William Kinkade, Sr. [241829] taxed in Woodford County, KY, May 28, 1790.  Kentucky Tax Lists, p. 55.

 

Kentucky Court Records

 

1790    Andrew Kincaid witnessed a List of the appraised estate of Reuben Underwood,

Bourbon County, KY, along with John Gregg, Dec. 25, 1790.

Kentucky Probate Records, 1792-1977, Bourbon County, Will Records, 1786-1798,

Vol. A, p. 43, image 23.

 

Court Records

 

1790    James Kinkead, [000002] defendant, at Chester County Court of Quarter Sessions for

assault & battery, August 1790, victim, Rachel Gardner.  

Chester County Archives & Records Service, West Chester, PA.

1790    James Kinkead, [000002] defendant, at Chester County Court of Quarter Sessions

for assault & battery, August 1790, victim, Elizabeth Thomson.  

Chester County Archives & Records Service, West Chester, PA.

1790    John Kinkade [93625]

            July Term 1790

Case No. 25, Sarah Mulholand v. John Kinkade, Summons served. For whatever causes or matters this action hath been brought Charles McClure, William Wallace, & Thomas Folter or any two of them are appointed to settle the same and make report to the next Court ex parte rule on 10 day notice defendant’s judgment on the report. Thomas Duncan. Report filed October 15th 1790.

Pennsylvania, Probate Records, 1683-1994, Cumberland County, Appearance Dockets, 1790-1798, image 35.

[This is probably John Kinkead, son of Andrew Kinkead, son of John Kinkead, Merchant of Carlisle. The Mulholand family was taxed in Middleton Township, where John Kinkead’s plantation was, which was willed to his grandson, John Kinkead, son of Andrew Kinkead.]

1790    John Kinkade [93625]

            July Term 1790

Case No. 134, Sarah Mulholand v. John Kinkade, Defendant’s appearance accepted by plaintiff’s attorney. For whatever causes or matters this action has been brought Charles McClure, William Wallace, & Thomas Folter or any two of them are appointed to settle the same and make report to the next Court ex parte rule on 10 day notice defendant’s judgment on the report. Thomas Duncan. Report filed October 15th 1790.

Pennsylvania, Probate Records, 1683-1994, Cumberland County, Appearance Dockets, 1790-1798, image 46.

1790    John Kinkade [93625]

Case No. 137, Trespass, John Kinkade v. James, Sarah, Mary, Nancy, & Alice Mulhollon, N.E.S.  For whatever causes or matters this action has been brought Charles McClure, William Wallace, & Thomas Folter or any two of them are appointed to settle the same and make report to the next Court ex parte rule on 10 day notice defendant’s judgment on the report. Thomas Duncan. Report filed October 15th 1790. No. 47, August Term 1792.

Pennsylvania, Probate Records, 1683-1994, Cumberland County, Appearance Dockets, 1790-1798, image 46.

1790    George Kinkead, [4164] [122441] wrote his will, August 20, 1790, Toboyne Township, Cumberland County, PA.

Cumberland County Court House, Carlisle, PA

1790    George Kinkead’s [4164] [122441] will proved, of Toboyne Township, Cumberland County, PA, will written,

August 20, 1790, proved, September 16, 1790.

Last Will and Testament of George Kinkade, deceased. 

 

In the name of God, Amen, August 13th in the year of our Lord God one thousand seven Hundred and ninety, I, George Kinkead of Cumberland County, Township of Toboyne in the State of Pennsylvania, being weak in body, but sound in mind and memory do make and ordain this my last will and testament.  Principally and first of all, I recommend my soul to God, who gave it and my body to the earth to be buried in a Christian like manner at the discretion of my Executors.  And as ____? such worldly Estate wherewith it hath pleased God to bless me with in this life, I give, devise the same in the manner and form following.   Item, I give and bequeath to my loving wife, Jean, all my household furniture and one cow and one horse ____? which she shall choose, also her saddle, also the benefits of the half of my land during her life and five pounds of money all which I give to my loving wife.  Item: I give and bequeath to my loving sons Andrew and John all my land equally divided between them, to their heirs and assigns forever.  I give to each of their old ? sons, five pounds, also I bequeath to my loving son, Andrew, my saddle and bridle.  Item: I give and bequeath to my loving son- in-law, Matthew McClaren all my stock of horses, cows, hogs, and sheep, with my wagon and gears and farming utensils.  Also I give to my loving daughter, Mary, fifteen pounds.  I except the horse and cow my loving wife shall choose.  And I give and bequeath to my loving wife the remainder of my money if there be after paying the above legacys.  Item: It is my will and order that my Estate be equally divided between my sons Andrew and John.  Item: I constitute and ordain my loving nephews Archibald and Andrew Kincade, my sole executors of this my last will and testament.  Accordingly, Therefore, I set my hand and seal the day and year above written.  Signed, sealed and Pronounced and declared to be my last will and testament in the presence of the Subscribers Alexander McMurray, John Nelson, Robert Adams.

George Kinkade

Be it remembered that on the 16th day of September 1790 the last will and testament of George Kinkaid, deceased, was legally proved by which the foregoing record is a true Copy of and letters testamentary issued in legal form to Archibald and Andrew Kinkaid, Executors therein mentioned the said 16th day of September 1790.  Inventory and account to be ____? into the Registers office at Carlisle in the time appointed ?  ? my hand.

William Lyon Reg.

 

 

Pennsylvania State Archives, Kinkead, Armstrong, Hollenbach Collection, M158,

Cumberland County Historical Society, Carlisle, PA, Cumberland County Court House, Carlisle, PA.

Children of George Kinkead: Andrew Kinkead [000017](1757-1821), John Kinkead

(1758-1822), Mary (Kinkead) McClerran (1763-?).

 

1790    George Kinkead, [4164] [122441] inventory of his estate undertaken by Robert Adams & John Nelson on Sept. 20, 1790. 

Cumberland County Historical Society, Carlisle, PA, Inventory of George Kinkead’s Estate, K 25.

1790    John Kinkeade [93625]

            October Term 1790

            Case No. 83, John Kinkeade v. Hugh and Sarah Mulholland, C.C. Wtt, Satisfied,

            9 October 1790, ended by dissolution of plaintiff’s attorney.

Pennsylvania, Probate Records, 1683-1994, Cumberland County, Appearance Dockets,

1790-1798, image 59.

[Hugh Mulholland was taxed in Middleton Township, Cumberland County, PA in 1789.]

           

1790    John Kincaid.

Commonwealth v John Kincaid, 15 December 1790, Recognizance Sur Certiorari

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-33, Records of the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania, Eastern District,

Court Ordered Payments and Bonds, Folder 7: 1790-92.

 

Land Records

 

1790    Thomas Kinkead [16491] of St. Clair Township, Allegheny County, PA.

 

Deed, James Brady, et ux to Thomas Kinkead

 

This Indenture made the seventh day of January in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety, Between James Brady and Elizabeth his wife of the Township of St. Clair in the County of Allegheny & State of Pennsylvania of the one part, And Thomas Kinkead of the township, county & state aforesaid of the other part.  Witnesseth That the said James Brady and Elizabeth his wife for and in consideration of the sum of twenty six pounds 15/ lawful money of Pennsylvania to them in hand well and truly paid by the said Thomas Kinkead at and before the sealing & delivery hereof, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, have granted, bargained, sold, released, and confirmed and by these presents do grant, bargain, sell, release, and confirm unto the said Thomas Kinkead, his heirs and assigns forever.  A certain piece of ground situate in the township of St. Clair in County of Allegheny & State of Pennsylvania, bounded and described by the lines as follows to wit.  Beginning at a white oak, South fifty four degrees, West sixty perches to a Black oak, thence South forty degrees, East twenty four perches to a Spanish Oak, thence North fifty four degrees and a half East twenty one perches to a white oak, thence North sixty seven degrees, East ten perches to a post thence North seventy two degrees & a half East fourteen perches to a post, thence by land of Peter Woods, North two degrees, East thirty six perches to a sickamore tree, thence South seventy one degrees West eight perches to the place of beginning, containing eight acres & one hundred and forty six perches and allowance of six percent for roads & highways.  It being part of a larger tract of land containing two hundred acres (more or less) of land granted to the said James Brady by James Marshal, Esqr. High Sheriff of the County of Washington.  Together with all and singular the buildings, improvements, woods, underwoods, ways, waters, water courses, rights, liberties, privileges, hereditaments and appurtenances whatsoever thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining and the reversions, remainders, rents, issues, and profits thereof.  To Have and to Hold the said described tract or parcel of land with the appurtenances unto the said Thomas Kinkead, his heirs and assigns.  To the only proper use of him the said Thomas Kinkead, his heirs and assigns forever.  And the said James Brady and Elizabeth his wife for themselves, their heirs, executors, administrators, doth hereby covenant, promise, grant and agree with the said Thomas Kinkead, his heirs and assigns that he the said James Brady & Elizabeth his wife and their heirs the aforesaid tract or piece of land hereditaments and premises hereby granted, mentioned to be granted with the appurtenances unto the said Thomas Kinkead, his heirs and assigns against him the said James Brady & Elizabeth his wife & their heirs and against all and every other person or persons whatsoever lawfully claiming or to claim the same or any part thereof shall and will warrant and forever defend by these presents.  In Witness whereof the said parties have hereunto interchangeably set their hands and seals the day and year first above written.

James (his mark) Brady

Elizabeth (her mark) Brady

Sealed and delivered in presence of

Michl. Jones, Saml. Jones

Received the day of the date above written from Thomas Kinkead the sum of twenty six pounds, 15/ lawful money of Pennsylvania, it being the full consideration money within mentioned.

James (his mark) Brady

Witness present

Michl. Jones, Saml. Jones

Allegheny County

Before me the subscriber one of the Justices of the Peace in and for County aforesaid, personally appeared James Brady & Elizabeth his wife and acknowledged the within conveyance to be their act and deed & desired the same to be recorded as such according to law.  In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 4th day of January 1792.

Jno. Wilkins (seal)

Recorded January 4th 1792

 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG 47, Allegheny County, PA, Deed Book, Vol. 2, p. 447.

 

1790    John Kinkead, [000070] cordwainer (shoemaker) of Philadelphia, PA relinquished to James Buchanan

all right, title and interest he had in a lot of land in Elkton, No. 12 lying between James

Buchanan’s brick house and Benjamin Hugg’s. 

Clara Janvier Kinkead, The Kinkeads of Delaware as Pioneers in Minnesota 1856-1868, p. 72.

1790    Kinkead [155491] v. Stone.  This case is postponed to the first Monday in

September next in order that the Order of a former Board my be executed.  Meeting

at the Surveyor General’s March 2, 1790. 

Pennsylvania Archives, s. 3, v. 1, p. 685.

1790    Andrew Kinkead [000015] .

No. 9767—To the Geographer of the UNITED STATES or to the Surveyor 195 appointed

by him to survey the Military Lands.

YOU are hereby required to survey for Andrew Kincaid—late a soldier in Col. Moylan’s

Regiment of Cavalry—One Hundred acres of land in any of the Districts appropriated for

satisfying the Bounties of those who served in the Army of the United States, and ? this

warrant to the Board of Treasury, agreeably to the act of Congress of the ninth day of July 1782.

Given at the WAR OFFICE this Third Day of March—One Thousand Seven Hundred and Ninety.

? Knox.

Andru Kinkead, New York, 1 May 1792, For [unreadable], assign & convey to the [unreadable]

of the Ohio Company in Trust for [unreadable] Richard McCall?

Ancestry.com, United States War Bounty Land Warrants, 1789-1858, Revolutionary War, image 588-589.

1790    Andrew Kincaid [000015] .

Warrant No. 9767, Andrew Kincaid, private, date of warrant, March 3, 1790, 100 acres.

Army Land Warrants, Registered under the Acts for regulating the Grants of Land,

appropriated for Military Service, passed the 1st June 1796 and 2nd March 1799.

Ancestry.com, United States War Bounty Land Warrants, 1789-1858, Revolutionary War, image 88.

1790    Andrew Kinkead [000017] of Derry Township, Westmoreland County, PA, sold

a release on land given to Andrew by late will & testament of George Kinkead,

[4164] [122441] deceased, for 100 pounds to John Kinkaid [4164] [122441] of Salem

Township, Westmoreland County, PA, October 11, 1790.

 

This indenture made this Eleventh day of October in the year of our Lord God one

Thousand seven hundred and ninty, Witnesseth that I, Andrew Kincaid of Westmoreland

County, Derry Township and State of Pennsylvania Doth grant, bargain, and sell unto

John Kincaid of the State & County afore said and Township of Salem, a certain tract of

land lying and being in the county of Cumberland, State of Pennsylvania and Township

of Tyboin as Bequeathed to me by my father’s last Will and Testament of George

Kincaid, Deceased, all my right and title to said land from me my Heirs, Executors,

Administrators or assigns unto John Kincaid afforsaid to him his heirs and assigns for

Ever in consideration of one hundred pounds to me in hand paid, the receipt whereof

I do hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year above written.  Signed, Sealed, and

Delivered in presents of the subscribers.

Andrew Kincaid Sen.

Arch Kincaid Andrew Kinkead

Cumberland County, This day appeared before me Alexander Murray, one justice of the

said County, Andrew Kinkead and being of full ?  and the with for instrument of writing

being deed and explained to him acknowledged the same to be his act and deed and

desire that it be.  Recorded as such, Done before me this 20th day of October 1790, my

hand and seal

Alex Murray

Pennsylvania State Archives, Kinkead, Armstrong, Hollenbach Collection, M158

 

1790    Thomas Kinkaid, [9736] bought 450 acres on water of Bent Creek, 2 patents of Joseph Damron, one deed bearing date of

July 1, 1790, the other bearing date of Nov. 21, 1798.  Land Deeds of Jefferson County, TN by Holdaway, Vol. D. pp. 296-299.

(became part of Jefferson County, TN in 1792) in July 1790.

1790    Kinkead [155491] v. Stone.  Report of the Referrees is confirmed and Stone allowed a Patent. 

Special meeting at the Surveyor General’s, December 16, 1790. 

Pennsylvania Archives, s. 3, v. 1, p. 723.

This tract of land was called “Turkey Green” on Raccoon Creek, [Smith Township] Washington

County, PA, warranted by John Stone, Feb. 22, 1786, Patent issued, Sept. 29, 1791. 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Records of the Land Office, WARRANT

REGISTERS, 1733-1957, Washington County, PA, Surnames beginning with S,p. 100.

 

Military Record

 

1790    Andrew Kincaid, [000015] dragoon, Pennsylvania Line, warrant number 9767, for 100 acres, issued March 3, 1790.

National Archives, Bounty Land Warrant Record.

1790    John Kincaid, [000015] late of the New Levies Pennsylvania received 5 pounds,

17 shillings, 4 pence per certificate #17129 on August 21, 1790.  Record proves active duty.

Pennsylvania State Archives Online Card File

1790    John Kincaid, [000015] late of the New Levies Pennsylania received 39 pounds,

2 shillings, 8 pence per certificate #17130 on August 21, 1790.  Record proves active duty. 

Pennsylvania State Archives Online Card File.

1790    John Cincead, [000015] seven months man, active duty line, list of 7 months men returned

who have pay due them, Dec. 31, 1790. Record Proves Active Duty. 

Pennsylvania State Archives Online Card File

1790    Robert Miles, Cumberland County, PA Militia received 18 shillings, 2 pence per certificate #17213 on Sept. 9, 1790.

Pennsylvania State Archives Online Card File

 

Marriage

 

1790    James Kinkade [155491] married Nancy Taylor in Penn. 

Ben F. Dixon, Our Book, Our Ancestors, Ourselves, and Our Children, Private Edition, 1932, p. 221.

1790    David Kinkead. [37382]

MARRIAGE BOND: DAVIDSON, Jno/John and Elizabeth KENKAID.

Groom's signature looks like DAWSON. Bond Date: 3 May 1790. Bondsman: Jos'h KILPATRICK

who signs Joseph KIRKPATRICK. Consent of David KINKEAD given May 3rd (no year given) for the

marriage of "my daughter Elisabath KINKEAD" and John DAUSON (smudged) "who should be

acquainted with the parent or parents of the absent party therefore inform you that the match of the above

mentioned as with my consent and with the consent of all other consanguine parties as far as I know".

Attest: John KIRKPATRICK, Joseph KIRKPATRICK Marriage Date: (no day given), May 1790.

1st BC mg register, pg 1. Parties' names given as John DAVIDSON and Eliz. KINCAID.

Bourbon County Loose Papers, 1786-1795, LDS Microfilm #8668

1790    Elizabeth Kinkead [37382] married John Davidson in May 1790 in Bourbon County, KY.

Bourbon County Marriages, 1786-1800, is taken from the Register of the Kentucky State

Historical Society, January 1924, Vol. 22, No. 64.

1790    John Kinkaid [000036] married Mary (Polly)  Thompson on August 12, 1790 by

Rev. James Crawford in Fayette County, KY. Marriages performed by Rev. James Crawford,

1786-1795, Fayette County, KY, Rev. John Dabney Shane Manuscript

Collection of the Presbyterian Historical Association, 28th Reel, Vol. 5, Papers of James Crawford.

 

Birth

 

1790    George William Kincaid [000070] born to John Kincaid [000070] & wife, unknown in

Philadelphia, later of Bellville, Richland County, OH.

“William Kincaid and wife live at Belleville, Richland County. The old man
was born in Philadelphia in 1790, and served over three years in the war of
1812.  When a child he sat at Washington's knee, and tells with pride that
Franklin told him once to sow all his wild oats before getting a wife.  His
wife was born in 1802.  They had fourteen children, of whom seven are yet
living.  This is probably the oldest pair in the State."

Marion Daily Star, Sept. 7, 1882, Ohio Happenings

See also: Clara Janvier Kinkead, Kinkeads of Delaware as Pioneers in Minnesota, p. 74.

1790    Margaret Kincaid [270925] born to Robert Kincaid [270925] & his wife,

Susan on April 22, 1790 in York. County, PA.

York County Historical Trust Library, Kinkead file, Robert Kincaid Bible record.

1790    Jenny Kincaid [1263] born to Andrew Kincaid [1263] & Martha Townsley on

July 23, 1790 in Tyrone Township, Cumberland County, PA., Waller Bible, Randy Kincaid.

1790    Margaret Kinkead, [000010] born to William Kinkead [000010] & wife, Agnes in

Augusta County, VA.  Extrapolation, need date.

June Lee Mefford Kinkead, Our Kentucky Pioneer Ancestry, page 311.

 

Newspaper Record

 

1790    George Kinkead, [4164] [122441] letters remaining at the Post Office, Carlisle, Cumberland County, PA, August 1, 1790;

August 11, 1790. Carlisle Gazette

 

1791

Taxables

Allegheny County, PA

 

1791    John Kincaid [000004] taxed in Mifflin Township, Allegheny County, PA at 9.0.

Pennsylvania Archives, s. 3, v. 22, p. 647.

1791    Robert Kincaid [44937] taxed in St. Clair Township, Allegheny County, PA at 9.

Pennsylvania Archives, s. 3, v. 22, p. 653.

1791    Thomas Kincaid [16491] taxed in St. Clair Township, Allegheny County, PA at 3.0.

Pennsylvania Archives, s. 3, v. 22, p. 653.

1791    Robert Kincaide, [44937] freeman, taxed in St. Clair Township, Allegheny County, PA at 4.9.

Pennsylvania Archives, s. 3, v. 22, p. 657.

 

Chester County, PA

 

1791    Hannah Kincead [000019] taxed in Sadsbury Township, Chester County, PA.

Chester County Archives & Records Service, West Chester, PA

 

Lancaster County, PA

 

1791    John Kincaid [000012] taxed in Drumore Township, Lancaster County, PA.

Lancaster County Historical Society, Lancaster, PA

1791    John Kincaid, [000012] son of John Kincaid, [000012] taxed with his father in Drumore Township, Lancaster County, PA. 

Lancaster County Historical Society, Lancaster, PA

 

Bourbon County, KY

 

1791    David Kinkade [37382] taxed in Bourbon County, KY, March 1791.  Kentucky Tax Lists, p. 55.

 

Church Record

 

1791    John Kinkeade [93625] admitted to the 1st Presbyterian Church of Carlisle, Cumberland

County, PA by profession of faith Sept. 29, 1792.

Dickinson College Library Special Collections, 1st Presbyterian Church Register 1756-1920, p. 3.

 

Court Record

 

1791    James Kinkade.  [15550]

William Moore the elder, Gilbert Sewright, William Simons, John Gibson, Alexander Shaw,

Joseph Shaw, Samuel Shaw, John Maze, James Byers, William McGinnis, James Kinkade,

[15550] John McKee, Barnabus McCartney, negro Peter & negro Sambo, the slaves of

William Moore for forcible entry at West Pennsborough Township, in the close of Thomas

Grier the elder, containing ¼ acre of arable land & 133 acres of woodland (which

land he had cleared of logs to build a house), and expelled him.  Test: Elijah Forsythe,

Thomas Lee.  March 21, 1791. No. 1502. 

Mary Lou Scribner Schaumann, Carlisle Indictments, p. 111.

1791    Thomas Kinkead [93625]

            October Term 1791, Convened October 19, 1791, Carlisle, Cumberland County, PA.

            Case No. 3, Thomas Kinkead v. David Dunseath with notice to Daniel Piper, Senior, for mortgage, app. prays P. of mortgage, Served (Miles) January 1792 payment now ? ? & rule for ? August judgment and it is agreed that no ? that full interest 1st January 1793.

Pennsylvania, Probate Records, 1683-1994, Cumberland County, Appearance Dockets, 1790-1798, image 109.

1791    Joseph Kinkead, [000002] defendant, at the Chester County Court of Quarter

Sessions for fraud/deceit, November 1791, victim, John Fritz.

Chester County Archives & Records Service, West Chester, PA

 

Land Record

 

1791    John Kinkead [000004] & wife, Elizabeth of Mifflin Township, Allegheny County, PA.

 

Deed, John Kinkaid et ux Christopher Horning

 

This indenture made the twenty first day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety one, Between John Kinkead of the Township of Mifflin in the County of Allegheny and State of Pennsylvania and Elizabeth his wife of the one part, and Christopher Horning of the said township and county of the other part, Witnesseth that the said John Kinkead for and in consideration of the sum of sixty six pounds, eight shillings and three pence lawful money of Pennsylvania to him the said John Kinkead in hand well and truly paid at and before the sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, have granted, bargained, sold, released and confirmed and by these do grant, bargain, sell, release and confirm unto the said Christopher Horning, his heirs and assigns a certain tract of land situate in the said township of Mifflin in the County and State aforesaid, bounded and described by the ? as follows: Beginning at a white oak by land of George Katz, North eighty two degrees, East two hundred and five perches to a white oak, thence by the same north fifty two degrees, East eighty nine perches to a post, thence by land of the said John Kinkead south twenty nine and a half degrees West seventy perches to a post, thence by the same South fifty five & a half degrees west sixty perches to a post, thence North eighty eight and a half degrees, West eighty two perches to a post, thence South thirty two and a half degrees, West fourteen perches to a post thence by the same south fourteen and a half degrees West thirty three perches to a black oak thence South eighty six perches and eight tenths to a post, thence North forty seven degrees West one hundred and eight perches to a black oak by land of John Met, thence by land of George Mantle, North fifty four degrees, West twenty one perches to a black oak, thence North eight degrees East fifty one perches to the place of beginning containing eighty eight acres and one hundred and four perches of land and the allowance of six percent for roads & c.  It being part of a tract of land containing four hundred acres and the allowance which the Supreme Executive Council of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania by patent bearing date the tenth day of July in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty eight, granted unto the said John Kinkead and to his heirs and assigns forever as in and by the said patent enrolled in the Rolls Office for the state of Pennsylvania in Patent Book No. 14, page 239, the 26th day of July one thousand seven hundred and eighty eight, relation thereunto being hand may more fully and at large appear, Together with all and singular the building and improvements thereon erected and built, ways, woods, waters, water courses, rights, members, privileges, hereditaments and appurtenances whatsoever thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining the reversions and remainder thereof, and all the estate, right, title, interest, property, possession, claim and demand whatsoever of them the said John Kinkead and Elizabeth his wife of in and to the same and every part theref, To have and To hold the said tract of land containing eighty eight acres and one hundred & four with the allowance unto the said Chistopher Horning, his heirs, and assigns, To the only proper use and behoof of him the said Christopher Horning, his heirs and assigns forever, free and clear of all restrictions and reservations as to mine royalties, quit rents or otherwise excepting & reserving only the fifth part of all gold and silver ore for the use of the Commonwealth to be delivered at the Pitt’s mouth clear of all charges.  And the said John Kinkead for himself, his heirs doth covenant and grant to and with the said Christopher Horning, his heirs & assigns, that he the said John Kinkead the above described tract of land against him the said John Kinkead, his heirs and all persons, shall & will warrant & forever defend by these presents.  In Witness whereof the said John Kinkead and Elizabeth his wife have hereunto set their hands & seals the day & year above mentioned.

John Kinkead (seal)

Sealed & delivered in the presence of Michael Jones, Sam Jones

Received the day and year first within written of Christopher Horning the sum of sixty six pounds, eight shillings and three pence lawful money of Pennsylvania, it being the full consideration money within mentioned, I say received by me,

John Kinkead

Allegheny County, The 25th day of April A.Dom. 1791 before me the subscriber, one of the Justices of the Court of Common Pleas in and for the said County came John Kinkead and Elizabeth his wife and acknowledged the within indenture to be their act and deed and desired the same might be recorded as such.  In testimony whereof I set my hand and seal.

Saml. Jones

Recorded June 17, 1791

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG 47, Allegheny County, PA, Deed Book, Vol. 2, p. 335, also

recorded at Allegheny County, PA Deed Book Volume 9, p. 9-10.

 

Military Record

 

1791    John Kincaid, [000036] private, 3rd Pennsylvania Continental Line, resided in Shelby County, KY,

Revolutionary War Pension, started, March 4, 1791, annual allowance, $60.00, amount received,

$1508.46, Revolutionary War Pension (widow?), annual allowance, $96.00, amount received, $2352.00. 

Pension Roll of 1835, p. 200 [514].

1791    John Cincaid, [000015] late of the New Levies Pennsylvania, Certificate 18578, received

17 pounds, 10 shillings on May 26, 1791.

Pennsylvania Archives, s. 6, v. 4, p. 19.

1791    Robert Kincaid, late of the New Levies Pennsylvania received 17 pounds, 16 shillings per

certificate #18472 on May 31, 1791.  Record proves active duty.

Pennsylvania State Archives Online Card File

1791    Robert Kincaid, late of the New Levies Pennsylvania, receive 17 pounds, 10 shillings

on May 27, 1791 for service in 1780. 

Pennsylvania Archives, s. 6, v. 4, p. 20.

 

Births

 

1791    Ann Kincaid [44937] born to Samuel Kincaid [44937] & wife Sarah Reed on April 22, 1791

in Allegheny County, PA. Died at Fincastle, Brown County, Ohio, no issue.

G.L. Kincaid, Kincaid Genealogy, Sardinia News Press, 1922, p. 13.

1791    John Kinkead [4164] [122441] born to John Kinkead [4164] [122441] & Margaret Miles in Toboyne Township,

Sherman’s Valley, Cumberland County, PA or Salem Township, Westmoreland County, PA, on March 25, 1791.

John Jordan, Personal & Genealogical History of WesternPennsylvania, p. 896. Erie Gazette, March 3, 1874.

1791    Martha Kincaid [128544] born to Archibald Kincaid [128544] & Janet Townsley in Tyrone Township, Cumberland County, PA.

Randy Kincaid, Archibald & Andrew Kincaid Web Page.

 

Newspaper Record

 

1791    John Kinkead [93625] living in Middleton Township, Cumberland County, PA, a stray steer

came to his plantation, February 23, 1791.

Carlisle Gazette

 

1792

Taxables

 

1792    Hannah Kincaid [000019] taxed in Sadsbury Township, Chester County, PA.

Chester County Archives & Records Service, West Chester, PA

1792    John Kinkead [000012] taxed in Drumore Township, Lancaster County, PA for 40 acres, 2 horses, 2 cows.

Lancaster County Historical Society, Lancaster, PA

1792    John Kincaid, [000012] son of John Kincaid, [000012] taxed with his father in Drumore Township, Lancaster County, PA. 

Lancaster County Historical Society, Lancaster, PA

1792    David Kincaid, [000012] taxed in Drumore Township, Lancaster County, PA for 1 horse, 3 cows.

Lancaster County Historical Society, Lancaster, PA

[Son of John Kinkead, above.]

 

Bourbon County, KY

 

1792    Andrew Kinkade taxed in Bourbon County, KY. Need Reference.

1792    Andrew Kinkade, Sr., taxed in Bourbon County, KY. Need Reference.

1792    David Kinkade [37382] taxed in Bourbon County, KY. Need Reference.

1792    Hopson Kinkade taxed in Bourbon County, KY. Need Reference.

1792    William Kinkade taxed in Bourbon County, KY. Need Reference.

 

Madison County, KY

 

1792    Robert Kincaid taxed in Madison County, KY. Early Kentucky Tax Records, p. 152.

1792    William Kincaid taxed in Madison County, KY. Early Kentucky Tax Records, p. 152.

1792    Andrew Kinkaid taxed in Madison County, KY. Early Kentucky Tax Records, p. 161.

1792    David Kinkaid taxed in Madison County, KY. Early Kentucky Tax Records, p. 161.

1792    James Kinkaid taxed in Madison County, KY. Early Kentucky Tax Records, p. 161.

1792    John Kinkaid taxed in Madison County, KY. Early Kentucky Tax Records, p. 161.

 

Kentucky Court Records

 

1792    Andrew Kinkead witnessed the Inventory of Moses Cushenbury’s Estate, May

16, 1792, Bourbon County, KY.

Kentucky Probate Records, 1792-1977, Bourbon County, Will Records, 1786-1798,

Vol. A, p. 120, image 51.

 

Court Records

 

1792    Andrew Kinkade [93625] died January 7, 1792, no will, Cumberland County, PA,

son of John Kinkead, [93625] merchant of Carlisle, Cumberland County, PA.

Cumberland County Court House, Carlisle, PA

1792    Joseph Kinkead, [000002] defendant, at the Chester County Court of Quarter Sessions for fraud/deceit, February 1792.

Chester County Archives & Records Service, West Chester, PA

1792    Thomas Kinkead [16491] sworn as member of Grand Inquest in Allegheny County, PA on June 4, 1792.  Need reference.

1792    John Kinkead [000004] testified for the plaintiff, Nicolas Bausman in Nicolas Bausman v. William Steward on

Sept. 5, 1792 in Allegheny County, PA. Need Reference. 400

1792    Robert Kinkead [44937] testified for the defendant, William Steward in Nicholas

Bausman v. William Steward on Sept. 4, 1792 in Allegheny County, PA. Need Reference.

 

Land Records

 

1792    John Kinkead, [000012] Sr., Drumore Township, Lancaster County, PA purchased 186

acres in Drumore Township, Lancaster County, PA containing a merchant, grist, hemp &

saw mill from John Eackman & his wife, Catherine, on February 1, 1792.

See deed of sale below: John Kinkead & wife, Elizabeth to Joshua Pusey.

Lancaster County Office of Records & Archives, Lancaster, PA; Need Reference.

1792    James Kinkead [19324] & wife Rosanna of Pencader Hundred, New Castle County, DE

sold to William Kinkead [19324] of Pencader Hundred, New Castle County, DE 91 acres

for 5 shillings and diverse good causes & considerations, a parcel sold by Thomas James of

Pencader Hundred to James Kinkead [19324] on May 15, 1770, on January 23, 1792.

Delaware Public Archives, Deed Book Vol.. B3, p. 318.

1792    James Kinkead [19324] & wife Rosanna of Pencader Hundred, New Castle County, DE

sold to Jesse Kinkead, [19324] cooper, of Pencader Hundred, New Castle County, DE a

lot for 5 shillings being a part of a tract sold by Thomas James, Pencader Hundred,

New Castle County, DE to James Kinkead [19324] on May 15, 1770, on January 23, 1792.

Delaware Public Archives, Deed Book , v. B3, p. 315.

1792    James Kinkead, [19324] innholder, & wife Rosanna of Pencader Hundred, New Castle

County, DE sold to Abraham Wilson of Pencader Hundred 41 ½ acres in Pencader Hundred

for 5 pounds on Feb. 23, 1792.

Delaware Public Archives, Deed Book  M2, p. 582.

1792    James Kinkead [000002] & wife, Margaret, of Christian, New Castle County & Rachel

Davidson of West Bradford Township, Chester County, PA, sister of Elizabeth Kinkead,

daughters of George Legit, sold 137 acres for 170 pounds to William Peoples, East Fallowfield

Township, Chester County, PA, a plantation in East Fallowfield Township, Chester County, PA.

Recorded March 13, 1792 by Thomas Worth.

Chester County Archives & Records Service, West Chester, PA, Deed Book, Vol. W2, p. 559.

1792    Archibald Kinkead [128544] warranted 200 acres in Cumberland County, PA, surveyed, August 23, 1792,

patented, Oct. 31, 1864, 200.105 acres, patentee, William Kuhn, Vol. H, No. 58, page 368. 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Records of the Land Office WARRANT REGISTERS, 1733-1957,

Cumberland County, Surnames beginning with K, p. 88. 

1792    James Kinkead, [000002] son of James Kinkead, [000002] watchmaker, & his wife, Margaret,

received 50 acres of land from the estate of Rachel Gardner, Honeybrook Township, Chester

County, PA, written, December 29, 1792, probated, April 1, 1793.

Chester County Will Abstracts

1792    Robert Kinkead [69165] of St. Clair Township, Allegheny County, PA.

 

Deed, John Rouse to Robert Kinkead

 

This Indenture made the first day of May one thousand seven hundred and ninety two.  Between John Rouse of St. Clair Township in the County of Allegheny and State of Pennsylvania, yeoman, of the one part, and Robert Kinkead of the County and State aforesaid.  Witnesseth that the aforesaid John Rouse for and in consideration of the just and full sum of twenty-five pounds, twelve shillings lawful currency of the State aforesaid to him in hand well and truly paid by the said Robt. Kinkead before the sealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, have granted, bargained, sold, released, and confirm unto the aforesaid Robt. Kinkead, his heirs and assigns a certain tract or parcel of land situate in the Township, County and State aforesaid.  Bounded and described by lines as follows, to wit: beginning at a crab tree corner to Moses Herbert then with him W. 33 W. 51 perches to an Ironwood; thence W.36.E. 13 perches to a white oak; W.49 W. 45 perches to a frast; thence by land of John Mckee and John Kerr, South 182 perches to an Ash; then by other lands of James Brady’s S. 89 E. 12 perches to an Ironwood; then W. 54 E. 47 perches to a frost; then W. 3 E. 72 perches to the beginning.

Containing forty-four acres and an half and seventeen perches, being part of a survey made for James Brady called “Tribunal” and patented the 10th day of April one thousand seven hundred and eighty-eight.  Together with all the right, members, privileges, hereditaments, and appurtenances whatsoever thereunto belonging and the reversions, remainders, rents, issues and profits thereof: and also all the estate, right, title, and interest of him the said John Rouse in law or equity of in and to the same.

To have and to hold the same desecribed tract of land, hereditaments and premises hereby granted with the appurtenances unto the said Robert Kinkead, his heirs and assigns.  To and for the only proper use and behoof of him the said Robt. Kinkead, his heirs and assigns forever.  And the said John Rouse all and singular the said tract of land so described and every part thereof with the appurtenances unto the aforesaid Robt. Kinkead, his heirs and assigns forever, against him the said John Rouse and his heirs and against all and every other person or persons whatsoever, shall and will warrant and defend by these presents.

In Witness whereof the said John Rouse hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year first above written.

John Roush (seal)

Allegheny County, Ss.

Personally came before me one of the Justices of the Peace in and for said county came John Roush and acknowledged the within instrument of Writing to be his act and deed and desired that the same may be recorded as such and for the purposes therein mentioned.  Witness my hand and seal this 3rd day of November one thousand seven hundred and ninety two.

John Metzgar (seal)

Recorded Sept. 4, 1798

 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG 47, Allegheny County, PA, Deed Book, Vol. 3-C, p. 353.

 

Marriage

 

1792    David Kinkead [168734Dav] married Narcissa Colhoon on April 15, 1792 in Pennsylvania.

Daughters of the American Revolution Research Library, Washington D.C., David Kinkead file.

1792    Agness (Nancy) Kincaid [15550] (born 1774) married William Linn, September 9, 1792,

Centre Presbyterian Church, Sherman’s Valley, Cumberland County, PA.

Cumberland County Historical Society, Carlisle, PA

 

Births

 

1792    Ann Kincaid [128544] born to Archibald Kincaid [128544] & Janet Townsley in Tyrone Township, Cumberland County, PA.

Randy Kincaid, Archibald & Andrew Kincaid Web Page.

1792    George William Kinkead [5164] born to Alexander Kinkead [5164] & wife Eleanor

Jane Davis, in Elkton, MD on Oct. 18, 1792. George W. Kinkead [5164] married Sarah

Clouse in Wayne County, OH. Elaine Hedlund

1792    John Kinkade [155491] born to James Kinkade [155491] & wife, Nancy Taylor on April 4, 1792 in Pennsylvania. 

Ben F. Dixon, Our Book, Our Ancestors, Ourselves, and Our Children, Private Edition, 1932, p. 220.

1792    John Kincaid [1263] born to Andrew Kincaid [1263] & Martha Townsley in Tyrone Township, Cumberland County, PA on

August 3, 1792. Waller Bible, courtesy of Randy Kincaid.

1792    James Kinkead [19324] born to William Kinkead, [19324] springmaker, & wife, Rebecca of

Pencader Hundred, New Castle County, DE on April 24, 1792.

Clara Janvier Kinkead,Kinkeads of Delaware as Pioneers in Minnesota, p. 60a.

1792    Mary Kinkead [4164] born to John Kinkead [4164] [122441] & Margaret Miles in Toboyne Township,

Cumberland County, PA. Extrapolation.

 

Death

 

1792    Eugenie Kinkead [000030] died on Sept. 9, 1792 in Southington, CT. 

Southington CT Church Records, vol. 2, p. 100.

 

Military Record

 

1792    Thomas Kinkaid, [16491] Lt., on list of officers of the 4th Battalion, Allegheny County, PA Militia, May 1, 1792.

Pennsylvania Archives, s. 6, v. 4, p. 54.

 

Newspaper Record

 

1792    Andrew Kincaid, [93625] deceased, Henry Weals, administrator, gives notice to those

indebted to the estate of Andrew Kincaid to attend the house of William Wallace, borough

of Carlisle, February 29, 1792. Carlisle Gazette

 

1793

Taxables

Chester County, PA

 

1793    Hannah Kinkead [000019] taxed in Sadsbury Township, Chester County, PA.

Chester County Archives & Records Service, West Chester, PA.

 

Cumberland County, PA

 

1793    James Kinkead [15550] taxed in Dickinson Township, Cumberland County, PA for 1 horse & 1 cow @ 11.

Pennsylvania State Archives, Cumberland County, PA Tax Lists, 1793, Roll 1404.

1793    John Kincade [4164] [122441] taxed in Toboyne Township, Cumberland County, PA for 130

acres @ 52, 2 horses& 2 cows @ 13, total 65. 

Pennsylvania State Archives, Cumberland County, PA Tax Lists, 1793, Roll 1404.

1793    Andrew Kinkead [1263] taxed in Tyrone Township, Cumberland County, PA.

Cumberland County Historical Society, Carlisle, PA. Need Reference.

1793    Archibald Kinkead [128544] taxed in Tyrone Township, Cumberland County, PA for 100 acres

@ 60, 4 horses & 4 cows @ 52, total 112. 

Pennsylvania State Archives, Cumberland County, PA Tax Lists, 1793, Roll 1404.

1793    John Kinkead [93625] taxed in Middleton Township, Cumberland County, PA for 150 acres @ 247.10, 4 horses & 4 cows

@ 60, total 307.10.

Pennsylvania State Archives, Cumberland County, PA Tax Lists, 1793, Roll 1404.

Son of Andrew Kinkead, [93625] attained age of 21 & inherited John Kinkead’s, [93625] merchant of Carlisle,

plantation in Middleton Township, Cumberland County, PA.

 

Washington County, PA

 

1793    John Kinked [155491] taxed in Smith Township, Washington County, PA.

Washington County, PA Tax Lists

1793    James Kinked [155491] taxed in Smith Township, Washington County, PA.

Washington County, PA Tax Lists

 

Pennsylvania 1793 Septennial Census

 

Chester County

 

1793    Joseph Kinkead, [000002] listed in Honeybrook Township, Chester County, PA, Pennsylvania 1793 Septennial Census.

Chester County Archives & Records Services, West Chester, PA, 1793 Septennial Census.

 

Cumberland County

 

1793    Andrew Kinkead, [1263] yeoman, listed in Tyrone Township, Cumberland County, PA, Pennsylvania 1793 Septennial Census.

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-7, Pennsylvania 1793 Septennial Census, Roll 0242.

1793    Archibald Kinkead, [128544] yeoman, listed in Tyrone Township, Cumberland County, PA, Pennsylvania 1793 Septennial Census.

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-7, Pennsylvania 1793 Septennial Census, Roll 0242.

1793    James Kinkead [15550] listed in Dickinson Township, Cumberland County, PA, Pennsylvania 1793 Septennial Census.

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-7, Pennsylvania 1793 Septennial Census, Roll 0242.

1793    John Kinkead, [93625] farmer, listed in Middleton Township, Cumberland County, PA, Pennsylvania 1793 Septennial Census.

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-7, Pennsylvania 1793 Septennial Census, Roll 0242.

 

Lancaster County

 

1793    John Kincade, [000012] Senior, listed in Drumore Township, Lancaster County, PA, Pennsylvania 1786 Septennial Census.

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-7, Pennsylvania 1793 Septennial Census, Roll 0244.

1793    John Kincade, [000012] Junior, listed in Drumore Township, Lancaster County, PA, Pennsylvania 1786 Septennial Census.

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-7, Pennsylvania 1793 Septennial Census, Roll 0244.

1793    David Kincade [000012] listed in Drumore Township, Lancaster County, PA, Pennsylvania 1786 Septennial Census.

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-7, Pennsylvania 1793 Septennial Census, Roll 0244.

 

York County

 

1793    Michael Kinkaid [000044] listed in Hamilton Bann Township, York County, PA, Pennsylvania 1793 Septennial Census.

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-7, Pennsylvania 1793 Septennial Census, Roll 0255.

1793    John Kinkade, [119921] No. 79, listed in Fawn Township, York County, PA, Pennsylvania 1793 Septennial Census.

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-7, Pennsylvania 1793 Septennial Census, Roll 0255.

1793    Samuel Kinkade, [119921] No. 84, listed in Fawn Township, York County, PA, Pennsylvania 1793 Septennial Census.

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-7, Pennsylvania 1793 Septennial Census, Roll 0255.

1793    James Kinkade, [119921] No. 216, listed in Fawn Township, York County, PA, Pennsylvania 1793 Septennial Census.

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-7, Pennsylvania 1793 Septennial Census, Roll 0255.

 

Bourbon County, KY

 

1793    Andrew Kinkead taxed in Bourbon County, KY. Need Reference.

1793    David Kinkade [37382] taxed in Bourbon County, KY. Need Reference.

1793    John Kincade taxed in Bourbon County, KY. Need Reference.

1793    William Kinkead taxed in Bourbon County, KY. Need Reference.

 

Kentucky Court Records

 

1793    Andrew Kinkead

 

May Court 1793, Agreeable to an order of the Court of Bourbon County to us directed

after being sworn have appraised the Estate of Samuel McNay, deceased, in manner &

form following first, clothes and sundries. Andrew Kinkead, Josiah McDowell, Wm.

Arnold.

Kentucky Probate Records, 1792-1977, Bourbon County, Will Records, 1786-1798,

Vol. A, p. 137, image 60.

 

Court Records

 

1793    Thomas Kinkead [16491] sworn as member of Grand Inquest on March 4, 1793 in Allegheny County, PA. Need reference.

1793    James Kinkead, [000002] son of James Kinkead & wife, Margaret, received 50 acres of land from the estate of Rachel

Gardner, off the east end of her plantation, will dated, April 1, 1793. Chester County Will Abstracts

1793    James Kinkead, [000002] deposition in Kinkead v. Griffith, August 1793.

Chester County Archives & Record Service Folder 16, Document 6.

1793    John Kinkead, deceased

Be it remembered that on the twenty ninth day of October 1793 that letters of

Administration were in due and common form of law, granted to James Greer,

of all and singular the goods and chattels, rights and credits which were of John

Kinkead, deceased, Who hath put in sureties &c viz: Bratton Caldwell and Matthew

Wilson. J. Simpson, Register.

Pennsylvania Probate Records, 1683-1994, Northumberland County, Wills 1772-1845,

Vols. 1-3, Vol. 1, p. 121, image 77.

 

Land Records

 

1793    Archibald Kincade. [128544] 

The draught of a tract of land situate in Tyrone or Tyboine Township, Cumberland County

containing one hundred and twenty four acres and 95 perches and allowance of six percent

for roads. Surveyed January 2nd 1793 in pursuance of a warrant granted to Archibald Kincade,

dated, August 23rd 1792.  W. Sam Lyon, late D.S.  To Samuel Cockran, Esqu. Surveyor General

of Penn. Adjacent landowners: John Potts, vacant barrens, vacant barrens, Thos. Carekader,

Sam’l Morris, Agness Kearsley. 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Records of the Land Office, COPIED SURVEYS, 1681-1912, Vol. C-111, p. 236.

1793    Thomas Kinkead [16491] & his wife Mary, of St. Clair Township, Allegheny County, PA

sold to William McCord of Washington County, PA 78 acres, 68 perches in Allegheny County,

PA for 98 pounds on January 30, 1793.  Need reference.

1793    Thomas Kinkead [16491] & wife Mary, of St. Clair Township, Allegheny County, PA sold to Peter Cool of St. Clair

Township, 8 acres, 146 perches in St. Clair Township for 80 pounds. Witnesses: John Kinkead & Samuel Jones. Need reference.

1793    Samuel Kincaid [44937] of St. Clair Township, Allegheny County, PA.

Deed, Paul Reed to Samuel Kincaid

 

This Indenture made this twenty fourth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand and seven hundred & ninety three.  Between Paul Reed of the one part and Saml. Kincaid of the other part, both of St. Clair Township, Allegheny County and State of Pennsylvania, Witnesseth the that the said Paul Reed for & in consideration of the just & full sum of fifty pounds to him in hand paid by the aforesaid Saml. Kincaid, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged & himself therewith fully satisfied, have granted, bargained, sold, released, & confirmed and by these presents do grant, bargain, sell, release, & confirm unto the aforesaid Samuel Kincaid, his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns one certain tract or survey of land situate on the Lick Run in the Township, County and State aforesaid. Bounded & described by the lines as follows, viz: Beginning at a post thence by other lands of the said Paul Reed S.21 degrees, W?, to a post, thence S. 33, E. 180 perches to a hickory then by land of John Meets North 14, E. 18 perches to a white oak W. 89 W. 52 perches to a Black oak by Robert McKee, then with the said Robert McKee, North one degree, West forty eight perches to White oak, then North eighty three West sixty eight perches to a White Oak, north fifty five degrees West 31 perches to the beginning.  Containing fifty acres it being part of the survey the said Paul Reed now lives on called in the land office of said state, Dumfree, as will more fully appear by the said Patent.  Together with all and singular the rights, members, priviledges, hereditaments & appurtenances whatsoever hereunto belonging & the reversions, remainders, rents, issues & profits thereof.  And also all the estate, right & title of him the aforesaid Paul Reed of, in & to the same.  To Have and To hold the said described tract or survey of land hereditaments and premises thereunto belonging unto the aforesaid Saml. Kincaid, his heirs, executors, administrators & assigns.  To and for the only proper use and behoof of him the said Saml. Kincaid, his heirs & assigns forever.  And the said Paul Reed and his heirs the said described granted premises and every part thereof with the appurtenances unto the said Samuel Kincaid, his heirs & assigns, against him the said Paul Reed and his heirs and against all and every other person or persons whatsoever shall and will warrant and forever defend by these presents.  In Witness whereof the said Paul Reed has hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year above written.

Paul Reed (seal)

Sealed and delivered in presence of us.

John Finley, Michael Philips, Thomas Crawford

Allegheny County, The twenty-seventh day of April 1793 before me the subscriber one of the Justices of the Peace in & for said County personally came Paul Reed and acknowledged the within indenture to be his act and deed and desired that that the same might be recorded as acknowledged before me the date above written.

John Finley

Recorded 27th July 1793

 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG 47, Allegheny County, PA, Deed Book, Vol. 3, p. 159.

 

1793    Robert Kinkead [69165] & Elizabeth Kinkaid of St. Clair Township, Allegheny County, PA.

 

Deed, Robert Kinkead to Daniel Rasher

 

This Indenture made the twenty-seventh day of August one thousand seven hundred and ninety three.  Between Robert Kinkead of St. Clair Township in the County of Allegheny and State of Pennsylvania of the one part, and Daniel Rasher of the Township of Mifflin, County and State aforesaid.  Witnesseth that the aforesaid Robert Kinkead for and in consideration of the just and full sum of forty-two pounds, five shillings lawful money of the State aforesaid to him in hand paid by the said Daniel Rasher before the sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, have granted, bargained, sold, released, and confirmed and by these presents do grant, bargain, release, and confirm unto the aforesaid Daniel Rasher, his heirs and assigns, a certain tract or piece of land situate in the Township, County and State aforesaid.

Bounded and described by lines as follows, to wit: beginning at a crab tree to Moses Herbert then with him North thirty-three degrees West fifty-one perches to an Ironwood, thence North thirty six degrees East thirteen perches to a white oak; thence North forty nine degrees, West forty five perches to a post; thence by land of John McKee and John Kerr, South one hundred and eighty-two perches to an ash; then by other land of the aforesaid James Brady, South eighty-nine East twelve perches to an Ironwood; thence North fifty-four East forty seven perches to a post, then North three degrees, East seventy two perches to beginning.  Containing forty-four acres one half and seventeen perches, being part of a survey made for said James Brady, called “Tribunal” and patented the tenth day of April Anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and eighty-eight.

Together with all the rights, members, privileges, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging, and the reversions, remainders, rents, issues, and profits thereof: And also all the estate, right, title, and interest of him the said Robt. Kinkead in law and equity of, in, & to the same.  To Have and To Hold, and to have the said described tract of land, hereditaments and premises hereby granted with the appurtenances unto the said Daniel Rasher his heirs and assigns.

To and for the only proper use and behoof of him the said Daniel Rasher, his heirs, and assigns forever.  And the said Robert Kinkead, his heirs all and singular the said tract of land so described and every part thereof with the appurtenances unto the aforesaid Daniel Rasher, his heirs or assigns against him the said Robert Kinkead and his heirs and assigns, all and every other person & persons whatsoever shall and will forever warrant and defend by these presents.

In Witness whereof the said Robert Kinkaid has hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year first above written.

Robert (his mark) Kinkaid (seal)

Elizabeth (her mark) Kinkaid (seal)

Sealed and delivered  in presence of us,

John Metzger, Thos. Kinkaid

Received the day of the date of the above written indenture of the within mentioned Daniel Rasher the just and full sum of forty-two pounds, five shillings being the full amount of the consideration money within mentioned.  Witness my hand and seal

Robert Kinkead (seal)

Allegheny County

Before me one of the Justices of the Peace in and for said County, personally came Robert Kinkaid, Junior, and Elizabeth Kinkaid and acknowleged the within instrument of writing to be their act and deed and desired the same to be recorded as such for the purposes therein mentioned.

Witness my hand and seal this 27th day of August 1793.

John Metzger (seal)

 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG 47, Allegheny County, PA, Deed Book, Vol. 3, p. 354.

1793    Samuel Kinkade.  [35915] Date when entered: February 22, 1780, Samuel Kinkade, [35915] two tracts returned &c, 1400 acres, August 27, 1793 to said Kinkaid, Vol. L, pp. 258, 259.  Virginia Entries in Western Pennsylvania, 1779-1780, Pennsylvania Archives, s. 3, v. 3, p. 559

1793    Andrew Kinkead [1263] & his wife, Martha Townsley to Archibald Kinkead [128544].

 

Conveyance Andrew Kinkeade et uxer to Archd. Kincaid

 

This Indenture made this seventh day of October one thousand seven hundred and ninety three Between Andrew Kincaid of the State of Pennsylvania, County of Cumberland and Township of Tyrone and Martha his wife of the one part and Archibald Kincaid of the state, county and township aforesaid of the other part, Witnesseth that whereas upon the thirtieth day of August in the year one thousand  seven hundred  eighty six there was granted unto the aforesaid Andrew & Archibald Kincaid an order of survey for three hundred acres of land in Cumberland County, Tyrone Township aforesaid bounded on the East by land of William Linn on the South Conecocheague Hill and on the north by ridges and on the west by lands of Robert Lilburn on both sides of Buffaloe Creek the aforesaid Andrew Kincaid being party to these presents and Martha his wife for and in consideration the sum of two hundred and twenty five pounds lawful money of the state of Pennsylvania to them in hand paid by the said Archibald, the receipt and payment whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted, bargained and sold assigned, released and confirmed and by these presents Do and each of them doth grant, bargain and sell alien, release and confirm unto the said Archibald Kincaid his heirs and assigns the above described tract of land with the appurtenance together also with all and singular trees, woods, underwoods, ways, waters & water courses, easements, profits, advantages, rents, issues, and improvements, hereditaments, andpremises unto the said land Belonging or in any wise thereunto appertaining. Together also with all the right, interest, property, claim and demand of him the said Andrew Kincaid and Martha his wife unto the same or unto part or parcel thereof unto the said Archibald Kincaid his heirs and assigns forever.  And the said Andrew Kincaid and Martha his wife doth hereby covenant, grant and agree to and with the said Archibald his heirs and assigns  by these presents two warrant and forever defend the above described tract or parcel of land and every part thereof with the appurtenances unto the said Archibald Kincaid, his heirs and assigns and against him the said Andrew Kincaid and Martha his wife their heirs and assigns and against all manner of person or persons lawfully claiming the same or any part thereof by from or under him, her or them or other of them.  In witness whereof the parties to these presents have hereunto interchangeably se their hands and seals the year and day first above written.

Andrew Kincaid (seal)

Martha (her mark) Kincaid (seal)

Signed, Sealed and Delivered in presence of

Will Martin, Thomas Kincaid

Received on the day of the date of the above Indenture the sum of two hundred and twenty five pounds, it being in full for the consideration money therein mentioned, I say received by one Andrew Kincaid

Test. Will Martin

Cumberland County

(Seal) Be it remembered that on the eighth day of October A.D. 1793, Before me  David McClure, one of the Justices of the Peace in the county aforesaid personally came Andrew Kincaid and Martha his wife the above named grantors and acknowledged the above Indenture to Archibald Kincaid the grantee therein named to be their act and deed and as such desired the same may be recorded.  The said Martha being of full age and the contents of said indenture being made known unto her and she being by me separately and apart from her said husband examined she said that she freely and voluntarily signed and delivered the said indenture without any force or compulsion from her said husband.  In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the said 8th day of October 1793.

Entered in the office the 27th day of February 1794, recorded & compared.

Willm. Lyon Reg.

 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG 47, Cumberland County, PA Deed Book Vol. 1, Book K, p. 632.

1793    John Kinkaid [000012] & wife, Elizabeth, Drumore Township, Lancaster County, PA

 

John Kinkaid & wife to Joshua Pusey, Deed, 1793

 

This Indenture made the fourth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & ninety three & between John Kinkaid of Drumore Township in the County of Lancaster & State of Pennsylvania and Elizabeth his wife of the one part and Joshua Pusey of London Grove Township [London Grove Township is in Chester County] in the County & State aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth that for & in consideration of the sum of nine hundred pounds good & lawful money of the State aforesaid in hand paid by the said Joshua Pusey unto them the said John Kinkaid & Elizabeth his wife, the receipt whereof they do hereby acknowledge and therewith are fully satisfied and of the same & every part thereof doth exonerate, acquit & forever discharge the said Joshua Pusey, his heirs and assigns by these presents, Have granted, bargained, sold, aliened, enscoffed, released, and confirmed unto him the said Joshua Pusey and by these presents, Doth grant, bargain, sell, alien, enscoff, release, and confirm unto the said Joshua Pusey a certain plantation parcel or tract of land whereon the said John Kinkaid now dwells and where on are erected a merchant, grist, hemp & saw mills, being divisions & parts of two former surveys, one of which was surveyed & held in pursuance of a warrant  obtained by Matthew Brown bearing date February 5th 1743, the one half of the right Title & interest of which warrant and the land thereby surveyed the said Matthew Brown did convey and make over unto Heisonomus Eackman ? instrument of writing bearing date the 29th day of November 1759.  The other part in like manner was surveyed & held in pursuance of an entry made in the Land Office in the City of Philadelphia by the aforesaid Heironomus Eackman bearing date the 30th of April 1766 which said piece or tracts, Together with other lands was willed, devised & bequeathed unto John Eackman, his heirs & assigns by the last will & testament of the above named Heironomus Eackman bearing date the 18th of October 1783, subject to the payment of a sum of money therein mentioned, for which said sum the said John Eackman obtained a release & discharge from the parties concerned in said will, bearing date the 29th day of September 1791.  And he the said John Eackman & Catherine his wife being thus vested with the right & title of the above land & mills did by their indenture date the first day of February one thousand seven hundred & ninety two convey unto the above named John Kinkaid all their right, title, claim & interest of in or to the aforesaid land & mills which said pieces or parcels of land being parts of the original grants as above are ? bounded & described as follows, to wit, Beginning at a marked white oak on the east side of the west branch of Octoraro Creek thence south four & a half degrees west eighteen perches and following the said branch to the west side thereof to a small white oak near the mouth of the tale of said mills, thence up the west side of said race south eighty three degrees West four & a half perches to a post, North thirty four degrees, West forty four perches to a hickory one the bank of said race, North two degrees East sixteen & a half perches to a post North eighteen degrees, West sixteen perches to a post, where a small stream empties into the said race, North thirty nine degrees West fifty four perches to a chestnut and North forty two & a half degrees,  West thirty two & a fourth perches to a post thence thirty four & three fourths degrees West seventy nine perches to a stump, North twenty nine degrees, West fifty three perches to stones and sixty eight degrees West thirty eight perches along the line of Mary Ancrims land to a small chestnut on the line of John Evans land, thence North twenty & half degrees East sixty two perches to a heap of stones, thence South eighty nine & a half degrees East seventy seven perches to a chestnut, North nineteen perches to stones, North eighty eight & a half degrees East ninety nine perches to a chestnut over the branch of said creek and to John Eackman’s land thence down the east side of the creek the several courses thereof to rocks on the West side eighty one perches thence South South East down the branch side twenty eight perches to a white oak thence south thirty five degrees East down over the branch the several courses of the creek was to secure all the water right of said creek to the hereby described premises two hundred & twenty perches to a stump near the fording place on the landing road, thence south eight degrees East thirty four perches to a white oak where the line of Little Britain & Drumore Townships intersects the line of Colerain, thence South nineteen & a fourth degrees West twenty perches to the place of Beginning containing one hundred & eighty six acres & twenty one perches and the usual allowance for roads & highways, be the same more or less, Together with the mills, waters, water courses, ways, buildings, woods, underwoods, privileges, advantages, profits, rents, issues and other appurtenances that are reputed taken or known in any wise whatsoever to belong thereunto and all the estate, right, title, claim or interest of them the said John Kinkaid and Elizabeth his wife of in or to the said bargained premises To Have And To Hold the said tract & pieces of land & appurtenances unto the said Joshua Pusey, his heirs and assigns as the same is set forth To the only use benefit & behoof of him the said Joshua Pusey, his heirs & assigns forever, With the said John Kinkaid & Elizabeth his wife the said premises hereby granted unto the said Joshua Pusey, his heirs & assigns to his and their quiet & peaceable possession against them the said John Kinkaid & Elizabeth his wife, their heirs, executors & administrators and against all & every other person or persons whomsoever lawfully claiming or to claim any right Title or Interest in or to the said bargained premises with the appurtenances or any part thereof will warrant & defend by these presents Nevertheless subject to the remaining principal purchase money formerly claimed by the late Proprietors of Pennsylvania, but now vested in this State, In witness whereof they have hereunto set their hands & seals the day & year first above written, John Kinkead (seal) Elizabeth Kinkead (seal) In the presence of Thomas Whiteside, Lewis Pusey, Received on the above date from Joshua Pusey nine hundred pounds in full consideration for the above described premises ? we say received by us John Kinkead, Elizabeth Kinkead, Thomas Whiteside, Lewis Pusey, Lancaster County.  The 4th day of November 1793 came before me the subscribers one of the Justices of the Peace for said county, John Kinkaid & Elizabeth his wife, subscribing Parties to the within indenture and did acknowledge the same as their act & deed and desires the same may be recorded as such, and having examined Elizabeth the said wife concerning her signing the same she declares the execution thereof was an act of her own free & voluntary will, without any threat or coercion ? used by her sid husband exciting her thereto.  In Testimony whereof I have set my hand, seal the above date, Thomas Whiteside

Recorded the 28th day of October 1794

 

Lancaster County Office of Records & Archives, Lancaster, PA.

 

1793    James Kinkeade [119921].

Surveyed the 21st day of November for James Kinkeade 440 acres of land with

allowance of  six percent &c. By virtue of his improvement began the 14th day of

November 1793, situate in District No. 8 N.W. of the Allegheny River on the east side

of Buffaloe Creek on the waters of the Allegheny River. Stephen Gapen D.S.  To Daniel

Brodhead, Esqu.  S.G.  I do hereby certify that there is no warrant entered in my office

for the above described tract of land.  Stephen Gapen.  D.S.  Adjacent landowners:

Benjamin Jack, John Craig, and sold land. Patented by Hugh Y. Brady, March 9, 1831,

Armstrong County, PA.  Reverse, Allegheny County, James Kinkeade, 440 acres, returned

April 3, 1800 to James Kinkeade on warrant to accept dated August 25, 1796, and returned

again March 9, 1831 on the above warrant to said Kinkeade. 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Records of the Land Office COPIED SURVEYS, 1681-1912, Vol. C-108, p. 14.

 

1793    James Kinkade.  [119921]

Surveyed the 21st day of November 1793 for Benjamin Jack 419 acres and 104 perches of land

with the allowance of six percent by virtue of his improvement began the 14th day of November

1793 situate in Dist. No. 8, N.W. of the Allegheny River on the east side of Buffalo Creek on

the water of said creek.  Stephen Gapen D.S. To Daniel Brodhead, Esqr., S.G.  I do hereby certify

that there is no warrant entered in my office for the above described tract of land.  Stephen Gapen

D.S.  Adjacent Land Owners: James Kinkade land, sold land, John Harbison, Jeremiah Murry, sold land. 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Records of the Land Office COPIED SURVEYS, 1681-1912,

Vol. C-187, p. 193.

1793    James Kincaid.  [119921]

South Buffalo Township, Armstrong County, Pennsylvania.  Other settlers of the time

previous to 1800 were James Kincaid, Stephen Mehaffey, James Penney,

Jacob White, Robert Fleming, Wendel Stoup, Frederick Razer, Aaron Wor, Jacob Everhart, Nicholas Best. 

Armstrong County, Pennsylvania: Her People, Past and Present, p. 295.

1793    Samuel Kinkaid [35915] patented 393.96 on Dec. 13, 1793, warrantee, Samuel Kinkaid, Dover,

Fayette County, PA, August 22, 1793.

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Records of the Land Office, PATENT INDEX, P SERIES

(P-20 to P-35), 1792-1800, Surnames beginning with K,p. 150.

1793    Samuel Kinkaid [35915] patented 397.32 on Dec. 18, 1793, warrantee, Samuel Kinkaid, Greenfield,

Fayette County, PA, August 22, 1793.

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Records of the Land Office, PATENT INDEX, P SERIES

(P-20 to P-35), 1792-1800, Surnames beginning with K,p. 150.

 

Military Records

 

1793    John Kinkead [93625] #11 on list of free able bodied men of age 18-45 residing within the

bounds of the 1st Battalion, Cumberland County, PA Militia, February 4, 1793.

Pennsylvania Archives, s. 6, v. 5, p. 171.

1793    John Kinkaid #184 on list of free able bodied men of age 18-45 residing within the bounds

of the 3rd Battalion, Cumberland County, PA Militia, February 4, 1793.

Pennsylvania Archives, s. 6, v. 5, p. 192.

1793    James Kinkaid #229 on list of free able bodied men of age 18-45 residing within the bounds

of the 3rd Battalion, Cumberland County, PA Militia, February 4, 1793.

Pennsylvania Archives, s. 6, v. 5, p. 192.

1793    Thomas Kinkaid #230 on list of free able bodied men of age 18-45 residing within the bounds

of the 3rd Battalion, Cumberland County, PA Militia, February 4, 1793.

Pennsylvania Archives, s. 6, v. 5, p. 192.

1793    John Kinkead [15550] #97 on list of free able bodied men of age 18-45 residing within the

bounds of the 5th Battalion, Cumberland County, PA Militia, February 4, 1793.

Pennsylvania Archives, s. 6, v. 5, p. 212.

1793    James Kinkead [15550] #98 on list of free able bodied men of age 18-45 residing within

the bounds of  the 5th Battalion, Cumberland County, PA Militia, February 4, 1793.

Pennsylvania Archives, s. 6, v. 5, p. 212.

1793    Samuel Kinkad [000060] on muster roll of Capt. Jeremiah Murry’s Company, Westmoreland

County, PA Militia, pay commenced October 11, 1793, muster roll reported December 13, 1793. 

Pennsylvania Archives, s. 6, v. 5, p. 710.

1793    Samuel Kinkead, [000060]  private, on pay roll of Capt. Jeremiah Murry’s Company, Westmoreland

County, PA Militia from October 11-December 7, 1793, paid $11.40, pay roll dated, January 24, 1794.

Pennsylvania Archives, s. 6, v. 5, pp. 708, 739, 741, 768.

 

Church Record

 

1793    Andrew Kincaid.  [000017] Mount Pleasant, [Westmoreland County, PA] December 24, 1793,

The P.b.y. met according to adjournment, constituted with prayer.  Members present the Revd.

Messrs. James Power, John McPherrin, Samuel Porter, George Hill, and William Swan. Elders,

Moses Latta, Andrew Kincaid, James Gageby, and William Baird. 

Minutes of the Redstone Presbytery, p. 105.

 

Birth

 

1793    Mary “Polly” Kincaid [16491] born to Thomas Kincaid [16491] & wife Mary Mackey

on June 10, 1793 in St. Clair Township, Allegheny County, PA.  1880 Census Mary Ann

Kirkpatrick Craig, her daughter stated that her mother was born in Penn.

Daughters of the American Revolution Research Library, Washington D.C., Thomas Kincaid file

1793    Matthew Kincaid [44937] born to Samuel Kincaid [44937] & Sarah Reed on July 16, 1793 in Allegheny County, PA. 

G.L. Kincaid, Kincaid Genealogy, 1923, p. 13.

1793    Matthew Kinkead [000036] born to John Kinkead [000036] & wife, Mary (Polly) Thompson on June 24, 1793 in Kentucky. 

From: "Barbara Van Hout" <  Subject: [KINCAID] Matthew Kinkade, son of John and Polly, KY>Indiana
Date: Sat, 3 Nov 2007 15:01:29.

1793    Robert Kinkade, Jr., [4588] born to Robert Kinkade [4588] & wife Mary Bowman in 1793 in PA? Need reference.

 

Death

 

1793    Jane Kincaid Finley, born 1762, married to Ebenezer Finley, died January 6, 1793,

buried in Dunlap’s Creek Church Cemetery, Fayette County, PA. Ebenezer Finley

was the brother of Rev. John E. Finley of Faggs Manor Presbyterian Church,

Londonderry Township, Chester County, PA.

Marriages from the Memorandum Book of Rev. John E. Finley, Rev. John Evans Finley,

son of Rev. James and Hannah Evans Finley. Charlotte Meldrum & Martha Reamy,

Early Church Records of Chester County, Pennsylvania, Vol. 2, p. 74.

[Jane Kincaid married Ebenezer Finley (brother of officiating clergyman [John E. Finley])

at Faggs Manor, Chester County, PA on January 31, 1782. Jane Kinkaid could be the

daughter of either David Kinkead of Londonderry Township or John Kinkead of Oxford

Township, Chester County, PA.]

 

 

1794

Taxables

Allegheny County, PA

 

1794    John Kinkade [000004] taxed in Mifflin Township, Allegheny County, PA.

Elizabeth Wall, General List of the Taxables in Allegheny County, PA.

1794    Samuel Kinkade [44937] taxed in St. Clair Township, Allegheny County, PA.

Elizabeth Wall, General List of Taxables in Allegheny County, PA.

 

Lancaster County, PA

 

1794    John Kinkead [000012] taxed in Drumore Township, Lancaster County, PA.

Lancaster County Historical Society, Lancaster, PA.

1794    John Kincaid, [000012] son of John Kincaid, [000012] taxed with his father in Drumore Township, Lancaster County, PA. 

Lancaster County Historical Society, Lancaster, PA

1794    David Kincaid [000012] taxed in Drumore Township, Lancaster County, PA.

Lancaster County Historical Society, Lancaster, PA.

 

Bourbon County, KY

 

1794    Andrew Kincade taxed in Bourbon County, KY. Need Reference.

1794    Andrew Kincade, Capt., taxed in Bourbon County, KY. Need Reference.

1794    Andrew Kincade, Sr., taxed in Bourbon County, KY. Need Reference.

1794    Archibald Kincade taxed in Bourbon County, KY. Need Reference.

1794    David Kinkade [37382] taxed in Bourbon County, KY. Need Reference.

1794    Joseph Kincaid [37382] taxed in Bourbon County, KY. Need Reference.

 

Court Records

 

1794    John Kinkcaid, [000050] executor, along with Prestly Blackiston & William Townsend of

Samuel Wilson’s will, of Philadelphia, PA, written, April 20, 1794, proved, May 12, 1795. 

Abtracts of Philadelphia Wills, 1790-1802, p. 120.

1794    James Kinkead, Sr., [000002] defendant, at the Chester County Court of Quarter Sessions

for assault & battery, May 1794,

victim, Jarrett Graham.

Chester County Archives & Records Service, West Chester, PA

1794    James Kinkead, Jr., [000002] defendant at the Chester County Court of Quarter Sessions

for assault & battery, May 1794, victim, Jarrett Graham.

Chester County Archives & Records Service, West Chester, PA

1794    James Kinkead, [000002] deposition, in Kinkead v. Cuningham, June 1794. 

Chester County Archives & Records Service, Folder 19, Document 10.

1794    James Kinkead [000002] ordered to post a surety bond at the Chester County Court of Quarter Sessions, August 1794.

Chester County Archives & Records Service, West Chester, PA

 

Land Records

 

1794    Samuel Kinkead [000060].

George Nixon, warrantee, Warrant No. 69, survey, 400 acres, date of warrant, February 3, 1794,

date of return, March 5, 1828, returned 423 acres, 127 perches, patentee, Samuel Kinkead, Vol. H,

No. 25, p. 238, survey at: C-145, p. 152, Butler County, PA.

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Records of the Land Office, WARRANT REGISTERS,

1733-1957, Allegheny County, north and west of the Ohio River, Surnames beginning with N, p. 94.

1794    Samuel Kinkead [000060] Warrant 2nd, No.34, 400 acres in Allegheny County, PA,

February 28, 1794, patentee, John Foster, 400 acres, February 7, 1820, Vol. H, No. 17, p. 257.

Survey at: A-85, p. 79, in Armstrong County, PA.

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Records of the Land Office, WARRANT REGISTERS,

1733-1957, Allegheny County, north and west of the Ohio River, Surnames beginning with K, p. 69.

1794    Samuel Kinkead. [000060]

In pursuance of a warrant dated 28th Feb. 1794 there was surveyed for Samuel Kinkead the

above described tract of land containing four hundred acres & 160 perches with an allowance

proportioned to six per cent, situate on the north side of the Allegheny River in Allegheny County,

surveyed Oct. 8, 1794.  John Moore D.S. To Daniel Brodhead, Esqu.  Surveyor General of Pennsylvania. 

Adjacent land owners: William Denniston, Robert Patrick, Archibald Denniston, vacant land, Adam

Maxwell. Reverse, Allegheny County, Saml. Kinkead, 400 acres, 160 perches & allowance, returned

Feb. 7, 1820, patentee, John Foster. 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Records of the Land Office, COPIED SURVEYS, 1681-1912, Vol. A-85, p. 79.

1794    Samuel Kinkaid.  [000060]

Surveyed the 26th day of August 1794 for Samuel Kinkaid, 385 acres and 39 perches of land

with the allowance of six per cent &c by virtue of his improvement began 1st day of August

1794 situate Dist. No. 8 N.W. of the Allegheny River lying on a branch of Bever Run. 

Stephen Gapen D.S.  To Daniel Brodhead, Esq’r. S.G.  Adjacent land owners: John Craig,

corner, Robert Beaty, James Nickles, corner, Jacob Bauser, Joseph Baldridge, corner, Robert

Williby, William Williby, corner, Patrick Harvey.  Reverse: Allegheny County, Samuel Kinkade,

385 acres & 39 perches.

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Records of the Land Office, COPIED SURVEYS, 1681-1912, Vol. C-187, p. 58.

1794    Samuel Kincade, Jr. [000060]

Surveyed the 18th day of Sept. 1794 for Samuel Kincade, Junr., 401 acres of land with allowance

of six per cent &c by virtue of his improvement began the 18 day of Sept. 1794 situate in

District No. 8 N.W. of the Allegheny River on the waters of the west fork of Buffaloe Creek. 

Stephen Gapen, D.S. To Daniel Brodhead, Esqr. Surveyor General.  Adjacent land owners:

Richard Casky, Jonathan Craig, Andrew Craig, James Mahaffey.  Reverse, Allegheny County,

Samuel Kinkaid, Jr. returned & ca, January 23, 1809, 401 acres, returned & c, December 23, 1795,

on warrant to accept to Archibald McCall, Jr., dated July 3, 1795.  See a warrant to survey

this tract issued to A. McCall & Robt. Hanlen, dated, August 9, 1808. Butler County. 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Records of the Land Office, COPIED SURVEYS, 1681-1912, C-177, p. 96

1794    Samuel Kincade, Jr. [000060]

Surveyed the 18 day of September 1794 for Jonathan Craig, 401 acres of land with the allowance

of six per cent &c by virtue of his improvement began the 18 day of Sept. 1794 situate in District

No. 8 N.W. of the Allegheny River on the waters of the West Branch of Buffaloe Creek. Stephen

Gapen, D.S.  To Daniel Brodhead, Esqr. Surveyor General.  Adjacent landowners: William Craig,

Samuel Kincade, Jr., Peter Condon, improved land. 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Records of the Land Office, COPIED SURVEYS, 1681-1912, C-177, p. 90.

1794    Samuel Kincade.  [000060]

Surveyed the 5th day of November 1794 for Alexander Tremble 431 acres & 60 perches of

land with the allowance of six per cent &c by virtue of his improvement began the 20th day of

August 1794 situate in District No. 8 N.W. of the Allegheny River on the waters of Limestone.  

Stephen Gapen, D.S. To Daniel Brodhead, Esqr. S.G. Adjacent land owners:  James Tremble,

William Tremble, David Cooper, Jared Ingersole, Esqr., Francis Johnson, Esqr., Samuel Kincade. 

Reverse: Allegheny County, Alexander Tremble, 431 acres, 60 perches, returned &c 11th February

1796 to Archibald McClean Jun’r on warrant to accept dated 3rd July 1795.  See warrant to survey

this tract issued to A. McCall & Benjamin Lesher dated 7th September 1808. Armstrong County, PA.

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Records of the Land Office, COPIED SURVEYS, 1681-1912, C-177, p. 119.

1794    John Kincaid [4164] [122441] warrant #129 for 50 acres in Toboyne Township, Cumberland County, PA, March 4, 1794. 

Warrant No. 129, warrantee, John Kincaid, survey, 50 acres, Toboyne Township, Cumberland County, date

of warrant, March 4, 1794, returned, January 12, 1838, returned, 25.14 acres, patentee, Robert Adams,

recorded, Vol. H, No. 38, p. 400, survey, C-4, p. 124.

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Records of the Land Office, Warrant Registers,

1733-1957, Cumberland County, surnames beginning with K, p. 89.

Pennsylvania State Archives, Kinkead, Armstrong, Hollenbach Collection, M158.

1794    John Kincaid [4164] [122441]

Receiver General’s Office, Philadelphia.

Received, 5th Day of March 1794 of John Kincaid the sum of Twenty five shillings

Specie for Fifty Acres of Land, in Toboyne Township in the County of Cumberland

Granted to the said Kincaid by Warrant dated 4th instant.

Fra? Johnston 500

Pennsylvania State Archives, Kinkead, Armstrong, Hollenbach Collection, M 158.

1794    Archibald Kinkead [128544] patented 336 acres, Tyrone Township, Cumberland County, PA, date of return, March 18, 1794.

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Records of the Land Office, PATENT INDEX, P SERIES (P-20 to P-35), 1792-1800,

Surnames beginning with K,p. 150.

 

1794    Andrew Kinkead [1263] & Archibald Kinkead [128544] Patent, 1794

 

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to all to whom these Presents shall come, Greetings, Know ye, That in consideration of the monies paid by Archibald and Andrew Kincade into the Receiver Generals Office of this Commonwealth at the granting of the warrant & herein after mentioned  and of the sum of nine pounds, one shilling and four pence lawful money now paid by Andrew Kinkaid into said office there is granted  by the said Commonwealth unto the said Archibald Kinkead a certain tract of land, called “Union” situate on big Buffaloe Creek in Tyrone Township, Cumberland County, Beginning at a Chestnut thence by land of Robert Lyborn, South twenty nine degrees, East two hundred and thirteen perches to a Hickory, thence by the Conicocheague Hill, North sixty  six degrees, East fifty eight perches to a Chestnut, North fifty eight degrees East two hundred and nine perches to a stone heap thence by Other land of said Kinkead, North four degrees East twenty seven perches to a gum, North forty eight degrees East twenty six perches to a poplar, North nine degrees, West fifty eight perches and a quarter to a post, thence by the foot of Tuscarora Mountain, South seventy two degrees & an half, West three hundred & sixty six perches to the beginning, containing three hundred & thirty six acres, one hundred sixty one perches, and allowance of six per cent for roads, &c. [which said tract was surveyed in pursuance of a warrant dated 30 August 1786 granted to the said Archibald and Andrew Kincade and the the said Andrew by deed dated 7th October 1793, released all his right in the above described tract to the said Archibald Kinkead.] with the appurtenances, to have and to hold the said tract or parcel of land, with the appurtenances, unto the said Archibald Kinkead and his heirs, to the use of him the said Archibald Kinkead, his heirs and assigns forever free and clear of all restrictions and reservations as to mines, royalties, quit-rents, or otherwise, excepting and reserving only the fifth part of all gold and silver ore, for the use of this Commonwealth, to be delivered at the pit’s mouth, clear of all charges. In Witness whereof Thomas Mifflin, Governor of the said Commonwealth hath hereto set his hand, and caused the State Seal to be hereunto affixed, the twenty-fourth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety-four and of the Commonwealth the eighteenth.

 

Attest James Trimble, Enrolled the 24th March 1794, Thos. Mifflin

 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Patent Book P-20, p. 350

1794    John Kincaid. [4164] [122441]

The draught of a tract of land situate in Tyboine Township, Cumberland County, containing forty seven acres and 38 perches & allowance of six per cent for roads &c, surveyed the 24th day of September 1794 in pursuance of a warrant of fifty acres granted to Jacob Burgestressor, dated the 18th day of July 1794.  Saml. Lyon, D.S. To Daniel Brodhead, Esquire, Surveyor General of Pennsylvania. Adjacent land owners: Jacob Burgestressor’s other land, Noble Morrison, John Hedleston, vacant, Nicholas Lambert, John Kincaid.

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Records of the Land Office,COPIED SURVEYS, 1681-1912,Vol. D. p. 466.

1794    James Kinkaid [000060]

 

James Kinkaid to Samuel Kinkaid

 

Know all men by these presents that I James Kinkead for and in consideration of the sum of forty dollars to me in hand by Samuel Kinkead the receipt whereof fully acknowledged hath granted, bargained, and sold, released and confirmed and by these presents doth grant, bargain, and sell, release and confirm unto the said Saml. Kinkead his heirs and assigns all my right, title, interest, claim and property of and to a certain tract or plantation of land containing four hundred and forty acres of land lying and being in Allegheny County N.W. of the Allegheny River in District No. 8 on the east side of Buffaloe Creek on the waters of Allegheny River which he the said James Kinkead came possessed of by virtue of an improvement made thereon the 14th day of November 1793 and surveyed by Stephen Gapen Esq’r. on the 21st day of November 1793 by virtue of the said improvement, To have and to hold the said tract of land unto the said Samuel Kinkead his heirs and assigns to the only proper use and behoof of him the said Samuel Kinkead his heirs and assigns forever, from me, my heirs and assigns and from all persons lawfully claiming or to claim the same by from or under me or them or any of them will forever warrant and defend.  In Witness Whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 21st day of November 1794.  James Kinkaid (seal)

Signed, sealed & delivered in the presence of us

S. Wright, N Loughry

Allegheny County, Before M. Wilkens, one of the Commonwealth’s Justices of the Peace in and for said county came Nicholas Loughry who being sworn according to law deposeth and saith that he saw James Kinkade sign seal & deliver the above instrument of writing as his act and deed and that he saw Samuel Wright sign his name as a witness hereunto and that the name of Nicholas Loughry signed as an evidence of the above instrument of writing as of their deponants own hand writing.  Nicholas Loughry

Sworn & Subscribed before me the eleventh day of May 1797.  M. Wilkins

Recorded 22nd April 1811

 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG 47, Allegheny County, PA Deed Book Vol. 2, p. 12

 

1794    Andrew Kinkead.  [000015]

John Donnell assignee of Andrew Kinkead for District No. 3, No. 499. 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Records of the Land Office, DONATION LAND REGISTER:

ALPHABETICAL SURNAME INDEX, [ca.1794]. {series #17.174, p. 10.

1794    Andrew Kinkead, [000015] private, Pennsylvania Legion, 200 acres, drawn. 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Records of the Land Office DONATION LAND REGISTER:

LISTING OF VETERANS ENTITLED TO LAND, [ca.1794]. {series #17.174}, p. 22.

1794    John Kincaid, [000036] private, 3rd Pennsylvania Regiment, 200 acres, not drawn. 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Records of the Land Office DONATION LAND REGISTER:

LISTING OF VETERANS ENTITLED TO LAND, [ca.1794]. {series #17.174}, p. 22.

1794    John Kincaid, [000015] private, artillery artificer, 200 acres, not drawn. 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Records of the Land Office DONATION LAND REGISTER:

LISTING OF VETERANS ENTITLED TO LAND, [ca.1794]. {series #17.174}, p. 22.

1794    John Kincaid. [000015] 200 acres.  The following names have no numbers in the wheel although entitled to donation land.

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Records of the Land Office, DONATION LAND REGISTER:

LISTING OF ELIGIBLE DONATION LAND CLAIMANTS WHO "APPEAR TO HAVE NO TICKET IN

THE WHEEL", [ca.1794] p. 182.

 

Church Record

 

1794    Thomas Kincaid, pew No. 40, Rocky Spring Presbyterian Church Pew Holders, 1794,

Letterkenney Township, Franklin County, PA.

Engle’s Notes and Queries, Historical, Biographical, and Genealogical: Relating Chiefly

to Interior Pennsylvania, William Henry Engle, Fourth Series, Vol. 2, 1895, pp. 100-103.

 

Marriage

 

1794    John Kincaid [000050] married Eleanor Stains at Third Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, PA, January 16, 1794.

Pennsylvania Archives, s. 2, v. 9, p. 549.  (This John Kincaid cannot be a Revolutionary War veteran)

1794    Samuel Kincaid [108548] married Meriam Stewart in either Greene County, NY or Sherman, Fairfield, CT.

On Behalf of Nancy Pavelka Sent: Wednesday, December 05, 2007 6:15 PM to KINCAID@rootsweb.com.

 

Birth

 

1794    Eleanor Kinkade [155491] born to James Kinkade [155491] & wife, Nancy Taylor on January 21, 1794 in Pennsylvania. 

Ben F. Dixon, Our Book, Our Ancestors, Ourselves, and Our Children, Private Edition, 1932, p. 221.

1794    John Kincaid [2563] born to James Kincaid [2563] & wife Jane on Dec. 4, 1794 in Burke County, NC.

Daughters of the American Revolution Research Library, Washington D.C., James Kincaid file

1794    John Kinkade [000030] born to Crownage Kinkade [000030] & wife, Elizabeth in Montgomery County, NY.  USFC,

1850, John Kinkade, age 46, born NY, Avoca, Steuben County, NY., p. 255.

1794    Penina Kincaid [16491] born to Thomas Kincaid [16491] & Mary Mackey in 1794 in Maysville,

Mason County, KY.  Alice Gedge webpage.

1794    William Kinkead [128544] born to Archibald Kinkead [128544] & Janet Townsley in Tyrone Township, Cumberland

County, PA.  Randy Kincaid, Archibald & Andrew Kincaid Web Page.

1794    Sally Kincaid [1263] born to Andrew Kincaid [1263] & Martha Townsley in Tyrone Township, Cumberland County, PA on

July 6, 1794. Waller Bible, courtesy of Randy Kincaid

 

Military Record

 

1794    Samuel Kinkaid, [000060] private,

I do Certify that the bearer hereof Samuel Kinkaid served as a private

from the fourth day of June to the thirteenth day of August both days

included in the Rifle Company of the Second Battalion of the third

Regiment of Westmoreland County Militia as a full tower of Duty and

is hereby discharged with honnour as a good soldier. Given under my

hand at Niccleson’s Falls this Thirteenth day of August 1794.

J. Elliott, Capt. R.C.

Pennsylvania Archives, s. 6, v. 5, p. 741, 809.

1794    Samuel Kinkead, [000060] private.

A muster roll of the Rifle Company in the Second Battalion of the Third Regiment of

Westmoreland County Militia on a Tour of Duty on the Frontiers of said county by

Order of Charles Campbell Br. Inspector commencing the 4th of June and ending

The 13th of August enclusive in the year 1794.

Saml. Kinkaid, private

Benjamin Jack, private

Pennsylvania Archives, s. 6, v. 5, p. 768.

1794    Andrew Kincaid, [000015] private, Pennsylvania Legion, entitled to 200 acres, drawn. 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Records of the Land Office, DONATION LAND

REGISTER: LISTING OF VETERANS ENTITLED TO LAND, [ca.1794].Surnames beginning the K, p. 22, p. 150.

 

1795

1795    Somerset County, PA formed from Bedford County, PA on April 17, 1795. Pennsylvania Archives, s. 3, v. 24, p. vi.

Taxables

Chester County, PA

 

1795    Hannah Kinkead [000019] taxed in Sadsbury Township, Chester County, PA for 200 acres.

Chester County Archives & Records Service, West Chester, PA

 

Cumberland County, PA

 

1795    John Kincade [4164] [122441] taxed in Toboyne Township, Cumberland County, PA for 150 acres, 2 horses, 2 cows.

Cumberland County Historical Society, Carlisle, PA

1795    John Kinkead [93625] taxed in Middleton Township, Cumberland County, PA for 150 acres, 1 horse, 3 cows.

Cumberland County Historical Society, Carlisle, PA

1795    John Kinkead [93625] taxed in Carlisle, Cumberland County, PA for 1 house and lot.

Cumberland County, PA Archives, Commissioners, Tax Assessor’s Duplicates, Collection,

Assessment, March 4, 1795, ID No. 1795.01.

 

York County, PA

 

1795    Michael Kincaid [000044] taxed in Hamilton Bann Township, York County, PA for 165 acres,

3 horses, 2 cows, amount 315, tax 1.1.6.

York County, PA Archives, York County, PA Tax Record Roll 5226,.

1795    Samuel Kincaid [000044] taxed in Hamiton Bann Township, York County, PA as a single man at 7.6. 

York County, PA Archives, York County, PA Tax Record Roll 5220,

 

Bourbon County, KY

 

1795    Andrew Kincaid taxed in Bourbon County, KY. Need Reference.

1795    Andrew Kingkade taxed in Bourbon County, KY. Need Reference.

1795    Archibald Kincaid taxed in Bourbon County, KY. Need Reference.

1795    David Kinkade [37382] taxed in Bourbon County, KY. Need reference.

1795    James Kincaid taxed in Bourbon County, KY. Need Reference.

1795    William Kincaid taxed in Bourbon County, KY. Need Reference.

 

Church Record

 

1795    John Kincead, [4164] [122441] Margaret Kincead, Widow Kincead, William Townsly, Joanna

Townsly, George Townsly, Eleanor Townsly members of Centre Presbyterian Church,

Sherman’s Valley, Cumberland County, PA, Rev. John Linn, no date on entry, but must

be after death of George Kinkead 1790 and before the death of William Townsley 1795.

Cumberland County Historical Society, Carlisle, PA, Church Records.

1795    John Kinkaid [93625] pew holder at 1st Presbyterian Church of Carlisle, Cumberland

County, PA from Dec. 24, 1795 to March 17, 1796.

Dickinson College Library Special Collections, 1st Presbyterian Church Pew Holders.

 

Court Record

 

1795    Andrew Kincaid [000017] & Peter Cochran were issued letters of administration for

William Maxwell, deceased, of Westmoreland County, PA on Feb. 27, 1795. Need reference.

1795    Michael Kincaid, [000044] constable, Hamilton Ban Township, York County, PA, March 1795,

Clerk of the Quarter Session Dockets, Book 1-3, p. 314.  York County Archives Online.

1795    Michael Kincaid, [000044] Hamilton Ban Township, York County, PA, June 1795,

Clerk of the Quarter Session Dockets, Book 1794-1799, p. 034.  York County Archives Online.

1795    Michael Kincaid, [000044] Hamilton Ban Township, York County, PA, Sept. 1795,

Clerk of the Quarter Session Dockets, Book 1794-1799, p. 050.  York County Archives Online.

1795    Michael Kincaid, [000044] Hamilton Ban Township, York County, PA, Dec. 1795,

Clerk of the Quarter Session Dockets, Book 1794-1799, p. 066.  York County Archives Online.

1795    Janet Kincaid & Martha Kincaid, daughters, mentioned in William Townsley’s will, of Teboyne

Township, Cumberland County, PA, will written April 8, 1795, proved June 2, 1795.  Will Book E, pp.345-346. 

Abstracts of Cumberland County, Pennsylvania Wills 1785-1825, p. 57.

1795    John Kinkead [93625] received tavern license for lot 177 northeast corner of Hanover & Louther Streets. 

Old Taverns in Carlisle, The Evening Sentinel, Bicentennial Supplement, Carlisle, PA, Saturday, June 16, 1951.

 

Kentucky Court Records

 

1795    Archibald Kincade bought a sythe and hangings; the account of the sales of the

            Estate of Andrew Wallace, deceased, was returned into court and ordered to be

            recorded, Bourbon County, KY November Court, 1795.

Kentucky Probate Records, 1792-1977, Bourbon County, Will Records, 1786-1798,

Vol. A, p. 226, image 104.

1795    Joseph Kinkead

            Bourbon County

In the name of God, amen, I Joseph Kinkead of the county aforesaid being in great

weakness of body but in perfect sound memory having thought proper to constitute

and make this my last will and testament in manner and form following, to wit, After

a decent burial and the payment of all my debts, I leave and bequeath unto my wife

Jane, all property I am possessed of. In testimony of this being my last will and

testament I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 31st day of August in the year of

our Lord 1795. Joseph (his mark) Kinkead

Signed, sealed in the presents of us William Martin, Water Caldwell

1795    David Kinkead [37382]

            [David Kinkead resided in Pennsylvania in 1780, his son, David, born in Pennsylvania

            in 1780; see David Kinkead, Sr. in Giles County, TN, 1850 Census. He is probably

the son of John Kinkead of Sadsbury Township, Chester County, PA.]

            Last Will

I, David Kinkead being in sound health of mind but in great weakness of body do

by this my last will and testament bestow my worldly goods and estate in the

following manner. To my oldest daughter, Mary, eight pounds, to my son, Thomas,

five pounds. To my daughter, Nancy, five & thirty pounds, bed and furniture, likewise

all my puter. To my daughter, Elizabeth, eighteen pounds, to my sun, David, fifty

pounds and a black horse, To my sun, Joseph, eighteen pounds, to my youngest sun,

Samuel, thirty pounds. Now if there anything of my estate left after my debts is paid

my desire is that each one shear an equal part of what is left and I also desire that

my daughter Nancy and John Davidson, my son-in-law as executors, as witness my hand,

David (his mark) Kinkaid

Michael Fisher

Joseph Petty

Bourbon County, December Court 1795

This will was proved by the oaths of Michael Fisher and Joseph Petty, witnesses thereto

and ordered to be recorded. Nancy Kincaid one of the executors named came into

court and refused to take upon herself the execution thereof and on the ? of John Davis

[John Davidson] the other executor who made the oath and together with Michael Fisher

his security entered into and acknowledged Bond in the penalty of conditioned as the law

directs certificate is granted him for obtaining a probate thereof in due form.

Thomas Arnold, Clerk.

Kentucky Probate Records, 1792-1977, Bourbon County, Will Records, 1786-1798,

Vol. A, pp. 234, image 108.

 

Land Records

 

1795    Samuel Kinkead [000060]

 

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, To all to whom these Presents shall come, Greeting: Know ye, That in consideration of the money paid by Samuel Kinkead for the warrant hereinafter mentioned and of the sum of four dollars and forty two cents in full since paid by John Foster into the Treasury Office of this Commonwealth, and also in consideration of the said John Foster having made it appear that he made such Actual Settlement and continued Residence on the herein after described tract of land as is required by the ninth section of an Act passed the third day of April 1792, there is granted by the said Commonwealth unto the said John Foster a certain tract of land, situate in Sugar Creek Township, Armstrong County, Beginning at a black oak, thence by land of William Denniston, East one hundred twenty perches to a white oak grub, thence by land of Robert Patrick, South four hundred perches to a white oak, thence by land of Archibald Denniston, west one hundred twenty perches to a black oak, and thence by vacant land and land of Adam Maxwell, north four hundred perches to the Beginning, Containing four hundred acres, one hundred sixty perches and Allowance &c. Which said tract of land was surveyed on the 8th October 1794 in pursuance of a warrant dated the 28th day of February 1794 granted to the said Samuel Kinkead, who by deed dated the ninth day of March 1795 conveyed his right in and to the above described tract of land unto Levy Hollingsworth, To have and to hold the said Tract or Parcel of land, with the appurtenances, unto the said John Foster and his heirs to the use of him the said John Foster, his heirs and assigns forever, agreeably to the conditions of an article dated the 15th November 1819 between said Foster & Hollingworth, free and clear of all Restrictions and Reservations, as to Mines, Royalties, Quit-rents, or otherwise, excepting and reserving only the fifth part of all Gold and Silver Ore, for the use of this Commonwealth, to be delivered at the Pit’s mouth; clear of all charges.

In Witness whereof William Clark, Secretary of Land-Office of the said Commonwealth, hath hereto set his hand and the seal of the Land-office of Pennsylvania hath been hereunto affixed, the Seventh day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty and of the Commonwealth the forty fourth.

Attest, A.M. Piper, Deputy Secretary, Land Office

 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Patent Book H-17, p. 257

 

1795    Samuel Kincaid [44937] & wife Sarah of St. Clair Township, Allegheny County, PA.

 

Deed, Samuel Kincaid to John Kennedy

 

This Indenture made the 1st day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & ninety five, Between Samuel Kincaid of the one part & John Kennedy of the other part, both of St. Clair Township, Allegheny County and State of Pennsylvania, Witnesseth that the said Samuel Kincaid and his wife Sarah for and in consideration of the just and full sum of eighty pounds to him in hand paid by the aforesaid John Kennedy, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged and himself therewith fully satisfied, Have granted, bargained, sold, release, and confirm and by these presents, Do grant, bargain, sell, release and confirm unto John Kennedy, his heirs, executors, administrators, and assigns, One certain tract or survey of land situate on the Lick Run in the Township, County, & State aforesaid.  Bounded and described by the lines as follows, viz. beginning at a post thence by other lands of said Paul Reed S. 29 W. 80 perches to a post, thence So.83, 180 perches to a hickory thence by land of John Nutts, North 43 18 perches to a white oak, N.89 W.52 perches to a black oak by Robert McKee then with the said Robt. McKee ?, one degree West forty eight to a white oak, then north eighty three West sixty eight perches to a white oak, North fifty five degrees West 38 perches to the beginning.  Containing fifty acres, it being part of the survey of the said Paul Reed now lives on called in the land office of said state, Dumfries, as will in the land office of the said state more fully appear by the said patent.  Together with all and singular the rights, members, privileges, hereditaments & appertenances whatsoever thereunto belonging and reversions, remainders, rents, issues, and profits thereof and also all the estate, right and title of him the aforesaid Samuel Kincaid of him and his wife, Sarah to the same, To Have & to hold the said described tract of land or survey of land hereditaments and premises thereunto belonging unto the aforesaid John Kennedy, his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, to and for the only proper use and behoof of the said John Kennedy, his heirs, and assigns forever, and the said Samuel Kincaid and his heirs the said described granted premises and every part thereof with appurtenances unto the said John Kennedy, his heirs and assigns against him the said Samuel Kincaid and his heirs and against all and every other person or persons whatsoever shall and will warrant and forever defend by these presents.  In Witness whereof  we have set our hands and seals the first day of April 1795.

Samuel Kincaid (seal)

Sarah (her mark) Kincaid (seal)

Witnesses at present

John Metzger

David Kennedy

Allegheny County, SSt. Before me one of the Justice of the Peace in and the said County personally came Samuel Kincaid and his wife and acknowledged the within indenture to be there act and deed and allow it the same to be recorded as Witness my hand the first day of April one thousand seven hundred and ninety five.

John Metzger

Recorded 1 March 1828

 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG 47, Allegheny County, PA, Deed Book, Vol. 36, p. 107.

 

1795    John Kinkade [155491] & James Kinkade [155491] of Smiths Township, Washington County, PA.

 

Deed, Wells to Kinkaid

 

This Indenture made this eighteenth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety five, Between Benjamin Wells of Fayette County and State of Pennsylvania and Mary his wife of the one part and John and James Kinkade of Smiths Township, Washington County, and State aforesaid of the other part, Witnesseth that the said Benjamin Wells and Mary his wife for and in consideration of the sum of five pounds lawful money of Pennsylvania to them in hand paid by the aforesaid John and James Kinkade the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged and themselves therewith fully satisfied and paid, have granted, bargained, sold, released, and confirmed and by these presents do grant, bargain, sell, release, and confirm unto the said John and James Kinkade, their heirs and assigns a certain tract of land situate on the waters of Racoon Creek in Smiths Township, Washington County and state aforesaid, beginning at [unreadable] in the patent thence by land of John Stone South fifty ? sixty ? to a white oak and south sixty six degrees East [unreadable] to a white oak Corner of Wm. Randolph’s land thence by said Randolph’s land North eighteen degrees East eighty nine [unreadable] and North thirteen degrees East one hundred and twenty nine perches to a cherry tree thence by land of John Dunken, South eighty degrees [unreadable] to a white oak and south fifty seven degrees ? ? perches to a hickory thence by land of James Buchanan South by six degrees West fifty seven perches to the place of beginning, containing one hundred sixty eight acres and an half strict measure being part of a tract of land of four hundred and fourteen acres granted by Patent unto Benjamin Wells dated Philadelphia the 9th day of March 1789 ? Rolls Office for the State of Pennsylvania on Patent Book 18, page 186 as by reference had will more fully appear, To Have and to hold the said tract of land, Together with all and singular the rights, liberties, priviledges, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining have hereby granted, bargained, sold, mentioned or intended so to be unto the said John and James Kinkade, their heirs, executors, administrators and assigns for ever and the said Benjamin Wells and Mary his wife for themselves, their heirs, executors, administrators do hereby, grant, covenant and ? to warrant and fore ever defend the said land from themselves unto the said John and James Kinkade, their heirs and assigns for ever.  In Testimony whereof the said Benjamin Wells and Mary his wife have hereunto set their hands and seals the day and year first above written.

Ben Wells (seal)

Mary (her mark) Wells (seal)

Signed, sealed, and acknowledged in the presence of us

Wm. McCormick, Caleb Squibb

Received the day of the date of the above indenture of the above named John and James Kinkade the full consideration money above mentioned.

Fayette County, Be it remembered that on the eighteenth day of April Anno Domini one thousand seven hundred and ninety five, before me the subscriber one of the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas by said County ? and the within named Benjamin Wells and Mary wife of the within named Benjamin Wells and acknowledged the within instrument of writing to be their act and deed and desired that the same might be recorded  as such said Mary being of full age and secretly by me examined, declared that she freely consented thereto without any coercion of her said husband.  In Witness whereof I have set my hand the day and year first above written.  Isaac ?

Fayette County On the day of the date of the date of the above acknowledgement came personally before me one of the Assisant Judges of the Court of Common Pleas the within ? Benjamin Wells and acknowleged the within conveyance to be his act and deed in order that the same may be recorded and ? for the purposes therein [unreadable] In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year above said.  James ?

Recorded & compared with the original the 12th of August 1795

Samuel Clarke

 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG 47, Washington County, PA, Deed Book, Vol. 1-L, p. 362.

 

1795    John Kinkade [155491] & James Kinkade [155491] of Smiths Township, Washington County, PA.

 

Deed, Kinkead to Hulten

 

This Indenture made this fourth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety five between John Kinkead of Smiths Township, Washington County, State of Pennsylvania, yeoman, and Jean his wife and James Kinkaid and Nancy his wife, of the one part and Joseph Hulten of the township, county, & state aforesaid of the other part, Witnesseth that the said John Kinkaid and Jean his wife and James Kinkaid and Nancy his wife for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and ninety three? Pounds, fifteen shillings, and six pence currant money of Pennsylvania to them in hand paid before the execution of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged and themselves fully satisfied, ? have granted, bargained, and sold and by these presents do grant, bargain, sell, release and confirm to the said Joseph Hulten, his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns to the said Joseph Hulten, his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns all that certain tract of land situate, lying and being on the waters of Racoon Creek in Smiths Township aforesaid, beginning at a white oak a corner in the patent line running thence by ? east sixty one perches to a white oak thence sixty six degrees East? One hundred and twenty three perches to a ? to William Randolph’s land thence by land of said Randolph, eighty degees ?, eighty nine perches to a post thence North ? degrees [unreadable] twenty nine perches to a cherry tree, [unreadable] south eighty degrees west one hundred and [unreadable] fifty seven degrees west ninety four perches to a hickory thence by land of James Buchanan, south twenty six degrees fifty seven perches to the place of beginning, containing one hundred and sixty eight acres of land and one half acre all strict measure, part of a tract of land of four hundred and fourteen acres granted by patent unto Benjamin Wells dated Philadelphia the ninth  day of March 1789 and entered in the Rolls Office for the State of Pennsylvania in Patent Book 18, page 186 as by reference had will more fully appear and conveyed by the said Benjamin Wells and Mary his wife the grantors of one hundred and sixty eight and half acres of said land to John and James Kinkid the present grantors as by indenture date the eighteenth day of April 1795.  To have and to hold the said tract of land containing one hundred and sixty eight and half acres and premises together with all and singular the rights, liberties, priviledges, hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining hereby granted, bargained, sold, mentioned or intended so to be unto the said Joseph Hulten, his heirs and assigns and to their only use and behoof forever and the said John Kinkaid and Jean his wife and the said James Kinkaid and Nancy his wife for themselves, their heirs, executors, administrators, ?, assigns to warrant and defend the aforesaid tract of land and premises ? from themselves and from all men and manner of persons and [unreadable] any just claim unto the said Joseph Hulten, his heirs, and assigns for ever.  In Testimony whereof the said John Kinkaid and Jean his wife and James Kinkaid and Nancy his wife have hereunto set their hands and seals the date first above written.

John (his mark) Kinkaid (seal)

Jean (her mark) Kinkaid (seal)

James Kinkaid (seal)

Nancy Kinkaid (seal)

Signed, sealed, and acknowledged in presence of

John Wilken, Amos Hulten, Jas. Edgar

On the day of the within date received from Joseph Hulten the sum of one hundred ninety three pounds, fifteen shillings and six pence the ? of the consideration money within mentioned received by us.

John (his mark) Kinkaid

James Kinkaid

Test. Jas. Edgar

Washington County, On the day of the date of the within mentioned indenture before me James Edgar, one of the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas in and for the County [unreadable] the within signed John Kinkaid and Jean his wife and James Kinkaid and Nancy his wife, the said Jean and Nancy being by me separately and apart from their husbands examined and acknowledged the within conveyance as and for their act and deed for the use within mentioned and desired that the same may be entered on record.

Recorded and compared with the original the 12th August 1795.

 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG 47, Washington County, PA, Deed Book, Vol. 1-L, p. 360.

 

1795    John Kinkead.  [000004]

A draught of a tract of land surveyed the 15th day of July 1795 in pursuance of a warrant

bearing the date the day 1st June 1787 for 100 acres for John Kinkead situate in Mifflin

Township and County of Allegheny.  Presley Nevill, D.S. To Daniel Broadhead, Esq’r.

Surveyor General.  Adjacent land owners: John Kinkead, Widow Work, James Torrence, John Reed.

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Records of the Land Office,COPIED SURVEYS, 1681-1912,Vol. C-114, p. 58.

1795    Samuel Kinkead [000060]

 

Samuel Kinkaid to Campbell & Denniston

 

Know all men by these presents that I Saml. Kinkaid for and in consideration of the sum of eighty dollars to me in hand the receipt whereof I do hereby acknowledge  hath bargained and sold and by these presents do bargain & sell unto Col. Charles Campbell & John Denniston of the County of Westmoreland all my right, title, claim, interest & demand of in & to a certain tract or parcel of land situate and laying on the west side of the Allegheny River in the County of Allegheny adjoining lands of John Craig, east of Benjamin Jack on the west, and sold land on the North & South containing four hundred forty acres more or less being the same tract of land which was surveyed by Stephen Gapen Esqr. on an improvement made by me unto them the said Charles & John their heirs & assigns do by these presents covenant and defend from me my heirs & administrators or any person claiming ? me.  In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal this sixteenth day of July one thousand seven hundred & ninety five.

Samuel Kinkead (seal)

Witnesses present: Benjm. Jack, W. J. Sloan?

Received of the within named Charles Campbell & John Denniston the sum of eighty dollars being the full consideration money for the within described tract of land ? by me 16th July 1795

Saml. Kinkead

Westmoreland County, On the sixteenth day of March one thousand seven hundred and ninety six, personally appeared before me one of the Judges for and in said County John Sloan, one of the subscribing witnesses and upon oath, deposeth and saw that the said Samuel Kinkead acknowledged the within to be his act and deed and desired the same might be recorded as such and the said Benjamin Jack sign his name as witness thereto, given under my hand and seal the day and year above written.  B. Jack

Recorded 22nd April 1811

 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG 47, Armstrong County, PA Deed Book Vol. 2, p. 13.

 

1795    Robert Kinkaid [69165] of Allegheny County, PA.

 

Deed, Alexander Drummond to Robert Kinkead

 

Know all men by these presents that I, Alexander Drummond of the County of Allegheny in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for and in consideration of the sum of forty-eight pounds lawful money of Pennsylvania aforesaid to me in hand well and truly paid by Robert Kinkaid of the same place the receipt of which is hereby acknowledged.  Have granted, bargained, sold, released, and confirmed and by these presents do grant, bargain, sell, release, and confirm to the said Robert Kinkaid, his heirs and assigns, A certain piece of ground containing sixty two acres lying in Fayette Township in the county of Allegheny aforesaid, adjoining lands of Alexander McCurdy, Alexander McCoy and others beginning at a white oak at Robert Baldwin’s corner, thence North thirty three degrees, West ninety-six perches to two small hickorys, South sixty seven degrees, West sixty six perches to a walnut, North sixty degrees West, one hundred and twelve perches South thirty degrees, West fifty perches, North seventy-six degrees, West forty two perches North seventy six degrees, West twenty nine perches to General Hands, Together with all and singular the buildings, improvements, rights, privileges, hereditaments and appurtenances whatsoever thereto belonging or in anywise appertaining.  To Have and to Hold the said described piece of ground and premises with the appurtenances to the said Robert Kinkead, his heirs and assigns to the only proper use, benefit and behoof of him the said Robert Kinkead, his heirs and assigns forever.  In Witness whereof I the said Alexander Drummond have hereunto set my hand and seal the 3rd day of October A.D. one thousand seven hundred & ninety five.   A. Drummond (seal)

Sealed and Delivered in the presence of

William Futter.  Abraham McRay

The word Fayette interlined in the ninth line from the beginning before delivery? & sealing.

Allegheny County S.S.

On the Third October 1795 before me a Justice of the Peace in and for said county came the within Alexander Drummond and acknowledged the within instrument of writing as his act and deed and desired the same might be recorded to law.

Witness my hand and seal the day and date above.  A. Tannel? (seal)

 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG 47, Allegheny County, PA, Deed Book, Vol. 4, p. 588.

 

1795    Archibald Kinkead [128544] .

 

Deed, Archibald Kinkead to Jacob Hartman

 

This Indenture made the fourteenth day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & ninety five, Between Archibald Kinkead of Tyrone Township, Cumberland County and State of Pennsylvania of the one part and Jacob Hartman of the Township, County & State of Pennsylvania of the other part, Whereas John Nicholson obtained an order of survey out of the ? Office of the late Province now State of Pennsylvania for two hundred acres of land adjoining Richard Nicholson and others on Buffaloe Creek in the Township, County, & State aforesaid, and whereas the said John Nicholson did by his last will and testament bearing date the fourteenth day of March one thousand seven hundred and seventy seven give & devise the aforesaid tract of land to his brother Richard Nicholson as by the said Will, relation being thereunto had may more fully and at large appear and Whereas, the said Richard Nicholson and Margaret his wife, did by an Indenture bearing date the eighth day of March, one thousand and seven hundred & eighty five, grant, bargain, & sell the above described tract of land to William Linn and Archibald Kinkead, and whereas a division of said land has since been made by the said William Linn & Archibald Kinkead whereby a part was ceded to the said Archibald Kinkead, bounded by land of the said William Linn & others, Beginning at a stone thence south 10 ½ degrees, one hundred & sixty-five perches to a stone thence south seventy one degrees west twenty eight and one half perches to a Dogwood thence north seventy two degrees west, Sixty three & ½ perches to a poplar, thence north six degrees east fifty five perches to a post, thence north sixty four degrees, twenty one perches to a poplar thence north seven degrees west, fifty nine perches to a hickory thence north fifty nine and a half degrees east, sixty two & ½ perches to the place of beginning containing in all sixty acres and twenty eight perches & allowance of six percent for roads & c, Now This Indenture Witnesseth that Archibald Kinkead for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred and ten pounds the receipt and payment whereof is hereby  acknowledged Hath granted, bargained, sold, released, & confirmed by these presents doth grant, bargain, sell, release, and confirm all the above described tract of land to the said Jacob Hartman his heirs and assigns together with all and singular the ways, woods, underwoods, waters, water courses, hereditaments & appurtenances whatsoever thereon and thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining, the reversions, & remainders, rents, issues, and profits thereof and all the estate, right, title, interest, use, property, premises, claim and demand whatsoever of him the said Archibald Kinkead his heirs and assigns of in and to the hereby granted or mentioned, to be granted premises, To have and to hold the aforesaid tract of land, hereditaments and premises hereby granted or mentioned or intended so to be with the appurtenances unto the said Jacob Hartman, his heirs and assigns, and against him the said Archibald Kinkead, his heirs, executors & administrators & against all manner of manner of persons claiming by to claim the same shall and will warrant and forever defend by these presents.  In Witness whereof the said Archibald Kinkead hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year first above written.

Archibald Kinkead (seal)

Sealed & delivered in presence of

George McMillan, Thomas McMillan, Jas. Morrison

Received the day of the date of the above written indenture of the above named Jacob Hartman one hundred & ten pounds in full the consideration money above mentioned.  Archibald Kinkead

Present: J. Morrison

Cumberland County

Before me the subscriber one of the Justices of the Peace for said County this day came the within named Archibald Kinkead & acknowledged the within indenture to be his act and deed & as such desires it may be recorded in law.  In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal the day & year within written.

Entered in the Office 2nd Sept. 1803

Compared by George Kline, Recorder

 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG 47, Cumberland County, PA Deed Book Vol. 1, Book P, p. 448.

 

1795    John Kincaid [000050] .

 

John Kincaid, merchant of Philadelphia, PA and Eleanor h/w to Patrick
McCormick of Upper Alloways Creek, Salem county, a tract in Upper Alloways
Creek,Salem County, New Jersey, Described as starting at a post in the road

from Thompson's Bridge (Alloway), and Swedes Bridge, corner of lands sold

by Kincaid to William Morrison and a corner to land sold this day to John

Greenfield, borders land sold this day to John Mouers, line of John Holmes, Esq, bounding land sold this day to John Horn, 11 acres and 55 perches, all part of a larger tract Kincaid purchased from George Hitchner and wife 19 Oct 1795, who had bought same of Aaron Thompson and wife 9 June 1795.
Signed and Sealed John and Eleanor Kincaid
Wit: James Wright and Henry Nimmo (?)
(I question the name but what I got from what I could see on the record vnc)
Ack: 13 March 1798
Rec'vd 13 Dec 1801
Rec. 11 Jan 1801 Clement Acton, Clk
*Note the difference in dates, a 3 year delay between the acknowledgment,
which might have been nearer the actual date of sale, and the record made in
the courthouse. Possible this was brought in on date of a further sale to
someone else, to make good the chain of title, but I only took it for the
Wright and McCormick mentions. Cross references to other names mentioned in
same deed book might give further information. vnc

 

Salem County, NJ, Deed Book E, p. 158; contributed by Barb Van Hout.

 

1795    Andrew Kincade, [000015] private, Pennsylvania Legion, 200 acres. 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Records of the Land Office,
REGISTER OF DONATION LAND CLAIMANTS REPORTED

PER JOHN NICHOLSON, 1781-1795 (1 volume),p. 39.

1795    John Kincaid, [000036] private, 3rd Pennsylvania Regiment, 200 acres.

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Records of the Land Office,
REGISTER OF DONATION LAND CLAIMANTS REPORTED

PER JOHN NICHOLSON, 1781-1795 (1 volume),p. 39.

1795    John Kincade.  [000015] Application by John Nicholson in Right of John Kincade, October 1795,

Exstracts from the Book of Entries of Applications made for Donation Land. 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Donation Claimant Papers, 1785-1810, KIs, p. 73.

1795    John Kinkade, [000015] private, Artillery Artificers, 200 acres.

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Records of the Land Office,
REGISTER OF DONATION LAND CLAIMANTS REPORTED

PER JOHN NICHOLSON, 1781-1795 (1 volume),p. 39.

 

Marriage

 

1795    Mary Ann Kincaid [37382] married John McKee in Mercer County, KY on December 21, 1795. 

Supposed to be David Kinkead’s daughter of Bourbon County, KY.  Need to have this verified. 

Check with Barb Van Hout or Shirley Patchen.

 

Births

 

1795    Andrew Kinkaid [25710] born to Joseph Kinkaid [25710] & wife, Elizabeth Gray Downing Sept. 1795 in Green

County, KY. Joyce Lanier Krehbiel, Kinkaid, The Descendants of Ephraim Kinkaid and Mary Elizabeth Lay, 1830-2000, p. 3.

1795    David Kincaid [15550] born to (probably) James Kinkead [15550] & wife in Cumberland County, PA, died at age 47,

Dec. 22, 1842 in Franklin County, PA, former resident of Cumberland County, PA. 

Cumberland County Historical Society, Carlisle, PA, card file.

1795    James Kincaid, [000015] born to parents unknown on Oct. 2, 1795 in Livingston County, NY, or Oct. 20, 1795 in

Burlington County, NJ, died Dec. 23, 1857 in Eastern Salisbury Township, Lehigh County, PA, buried Jersusalem

Lutheran Church Cemetery.  Could be related to Andrew Kinkead, [000015] dragoon, later of

Trenton, Hunterdon County, NJ, 1786.

1795    John Kincaid [128544] born to Archibald Kincaid [128544] & Janet Townsley in Tyrone Township, Cumberland

County, PA.  Randy Kincaid, Archibald & Andrew Kincaid Web Page.

1795    John Kincaid [16596] born to John Kincaid [16596] & wife Martha in Washington County, PA on March 16, 1795.

Early Life & Times of Boone County, Indiana; Union Township, Boone County, IN, USFC, 1880, p. 181A.

 

Newspaper Record

 

1795    John Kinkead, [93625] Carlisle, Canal Lottery ticket lost, September 23, 1795. Carlisle Gazette

 

1796

1796    Lycoming County, PA formed from Northumberland County, PA on April 13, 1796. Pennsylvania Archives, s. 3, v. 24, p. v.

1796    Greene County, PA formed from Washington County, PA on February 9, 1796. Pennsylvania Archives, s. 3, v. 24, p. v.

 

Taxables

 

1796    Hannah Kinkead [000019] taxed in Sadsbury Township, Chester County, PA for 200 acres.

Chester County Archives & Records Service, West Chester, PA

 

Court Record

 

1796    John Kinkead [93625] guaranteed bail for Charles McClure of West Pennsborough,

Cumberland County, PA for assault & battery against John Armstrong, March 10, 1796.

No. 768. Mary Lou Scribner Schaumann, Carlisle Indictments, p. 131.

1796    Michael Kincaid, [000044] Hamilton Ban Township, York County, PA, March 1796.

Clerk of the Quarter Session Dockets, Book 1794-1799, p. 084.  York County Archives Online.

1796    John Kinkead, defendant, at Chester County Court of Quarter Sessions for assault & battery, victim,

William Menough, November 1796.

Chester County Archives & Records Service, West Chester, PA.

1796    John Kinkead [93625] received tavern license for the northeast corner of Hanover &

Louther Streets bought from John Ilsett, March 23, 1796. 

Old Taverns in Carlisle, The Evening Sentinel, Bicentennial Supplement, Carlisle, PA, Saturday, June 16, 1951.

 

Land Records

 

1796    Samuel Kinkead [000060]

 

John Quinn to Samuel Kinkead

 

Know all men that I John Quinn of Westmoreland County and State of Pennsylvania for and in consideration of the sum of fifty pounds lawful money of Pennsylvania to me in hand well and truly paid by Samuel Kincaid of the said county & state the receipt of payment is hereby acknowledged, Have granted, bargained and sold and by these presents do grant, sell, convey and make over unto the said Samuel Kincaid his heirs or assigns A certain tract or parcel of land containing two hundred and sixteen acres with the usual allowance  of six percent for roads & c being and being in the aforesaid county and state joining the lands of James Campbell, William Guthrie and others including a warrant bearing date 14 March 1785 To have and to hold the above described tract or parcel of land unto the said Samuel Kinkead his heirs and assigns to the only proper use and behoof of him the said Samuel Kinkead his heirs, executors, administrators, and assigns forever—Nevertheless subject to the fees of Office due to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, And further I the said John Quinn do for myself, my heirs, executors, administrators, and assigns covenant to and with the said Samuel Kinkead to warrant and forever defend said tract of land from me my heirs executors, administrators, and assigns or any person or persons claiming or holding, claim to the above described tract or parcel of land.  In Testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 19th day of March 1796.

John Quinn (seal)

Signed, sealed & delivered in presence of James Hill, James Thomson

Westmoreland County SS, Personally appeared before me one of the Justices of the Peace for and in said County John Quinn and acknowledged the within instrument of writing to be his act and deed and desired the same may be recorded as such.  Given under my hand this 19th day of March 1796.  James Hill

Recorded December the 8th 1810

Received the of Samuel Kinkead the sum of fifty pounds lawfull money of Pennsylvania being the within mentioned consideration money in full as witness my hand and seal this 19th day of March 1796.   John Quinn (seal)

Witness present: James Hill, James Thompson

Recorded December the 8th 1810

 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG 47, Westmoreland County, PA Deed Book Vol. 9, p. 172

 

1796    Samuel Kinkead [000060]

 

Samuel Kinkead to John Richards

 

Know all men by these presents that I Samuel Kinkead of Westmoreland County and State of Pennsylvania for and in consideration of the sum of sixty pounds lawfull money of Pennsylvania to me in hand well and truly paid by John Richards of the said county & state the receipt of payment is hereby acknowledged, have granted, bargained, and sold and by these presents do grant, sell, convey and make over unto the said John Richards his heirs or assigns a certain tract or parcel of land containing one hundred acres more or less with the usual allowance of six percent for roads & c lying and being in the aforesaid county and state joining lands of James Campbell, Jack Watters and others including a warrant bearing date 14 March 1784, To have and to Hold the above described tract or parcel and unto the said John Richards his heirs, executors, administrators, assigns, forever, nevertheless subject to the fees of office due to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and further the said Samuel Kinkead do for myself (page 607) my heirs, executors, administrators & assigns to covenant to & with the said John Richards to warrant and forever defend said tract of land from me, my heirs, executors, administrators, and assigns or any person or persons claiming or holding claim to the above described tract or parcel of land.  In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the 21st day of March 1796.     Samuel Kinkead (seal)

Signed, sealed, and delivered in presence of John Guthrie

Westmoreland County, SS Personally appeared before me one of the Justices of the Peace for and in said county, Samuel Kinkead and acknowledged the within instrument of writing to be his act and deed and desired the same may be recorded as such, given under my hand this 25th day of March 1796 John Guthrie, received of John Richard the sum of sixty pounds lawfull money of Pennsylvania being the within mentioned consideration money in full.  As witness my hand and seal this 9th day of May 1797.            Samuel Kinkead (seal)

Witness present Patrick (his mark) McVeagh

Recorded the 9th May 1806

 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG 47, Westmoreland County, PA Deed Book Vol. 7, p. 606

 

1796    Samuel Kinkead [000060]

 

Samuel Kinkead to Jacob Walters

 

Know all men by these presents that I Samuel Kinkead of Westmoreland County and State of Pennsylvania for and in consideration of the sum of sixty pounds lawful money of Pennsylvania to me in hand well and truly paid (page 173) by Jacob Walters of the said county and state the receipt of payment is hereby acknowledged, Have granted, bargained, and sold and by these presents do grant, sell, convey and make over unto the said Jacob Walters his heirs or assigns a certain tract or parcel of land containing one hundred acres more or less with usual allowance of six percent for roads & c, lying and being in the aforesaid County and state joining land of James Campbell, John Richards and others including a warrant bearing date 14th March 1785, To have and to hold the above described tract or parcel of land unto the said Jacob Walters his heirs and assigns to his only proper use and behoof of him the said Jacob Walters his heirs, executors, administrators, assigns forever, Nevertheless subject to the fees of office due to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and further I the said Samuel Kinkead do for myself, my heirs, executors, administrators and assigns do covenant to and with the said Jacob Walters to warrant and forever defend said tract of land from me, my heirs, executors, administrators and assigns  or any person or persons claiming or hailing claims to the above described tract or parcel of land.  In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this March 21st 1796.  Samuel Kinkead (seal)

Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of John Guthrie, Jas. Guthrie

Received of Jacob Walters the sum of sixty pounds lawful money of Pennsylvania being the with mentioned consideration money in full as.  Witness my hand and seal this ____, _____ ____

This ____ Witness present _____

Westmoreland County SS, Personally appeared before me one of the Justices of the Peace for and in said County, Samuel Kinkead and acknowledged the within instrument of writing to be his act and deed and desired the same may be recorded as such, Given under my hand this 21st of March 1796. 

Recorded December the 8th 1810       John Guthrie (seal)

 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG 47, Westmoreland County, PA Deed Book Vol. 9, p. 173

 

1796    John Kinkead [93625] of Carlisle, Cumberland County, PA.

 

Deed, John Islett to John Kinkead

 

This Indenture made the twenty third day of March in the year of our one thousand seven hundred and ninety six, Between John Islett of the Borough of Carlisle in the County of Cumberland and State of Pennsylvania and Elizabeth his wife of the one part and John Kinkead of the Borough, County & State aforesaid of the other part, Witnesseth that the said John Islett and Elizabeth his wife for and in consideration of the sum of five hundred and thirty pounds lawfull money of Pennsylvania to them in hand paid before the sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, And the said John and his heirs therefrom forever acquitted and discharged, have granted, bargained, sold, aliened, released and confirmed and by these presents do grant, bargain, sell, alien, release and confirm unto the John Kinkead, his heirs and assigns all that certain tenement house and lot of ground situate lying and being on the corner of Hanover and Louther Streets in the Borough of Carlisle aforesaid, Bounded on the south by Louther Street, on the West by Hanover Street, on the East by lot No. 191.  On the North by lot No. 178.  Containing in breadth on Hanover Street aforesaid sixty feet and in length on Louther Street two hundred and forty feet it being the same house and lot of ground that Thomas Buchannan, Esqr., late High Sherif for said County took in execution as the property of Thomas Kenedy, late of Carlisle, deceased, sold and conveyed the same to the said John Islett, he being the highest bidder for the same as be deed pole, recorded in the Recording Office in Carlisle for the County of Cumberland may appear together with all and singular the buildings and improvements, rights, members, and priveledges to the same belonging or in any wise appertaining and the reversions and remainders, rents, issues, and profits thereof and also all the estate, right, title, interest, property claim and demand of him the said John Islett and Elizabeth his wife, of, in and to the same and every part thereof, To Have and to Hold the said tenement house and lot of ground with the appurtenances to the said John Kinkead, his heirs and assigns to the only proper use, benefit and behoof of him the said John Kinkead, his heirs, and assigns forever, subject nevertheless to the residue of the quit rent and interest due to the Lords of the Soil? For the same if any such there be and the said John Islett and Elizabeth his wife against themselves and their heirs and against all and any other person or persons whatsoever lawfully claiming the aforesaid house and lott or any right therein unto the John Kinkead his heirs and assigns shall and will warrant and forever defend by these presents.  In Witness whereof the said John Islett & Elizabeth his wife have hereunto set their hands and seals the day and year first above written.

John Islett (seal)

Elizabeth (her mark) Islett (seal)

Sealed & delivered in the presence of

William Wallace

Jno Jordan

Received on the date of the foregoing Indenture the sum of five hundred and thirty pounds being in full of the consideration money therein mentioned.    John Islett

William Wallace

Cumberland County, Before me John Jordan, one of the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas in and for said County, came John Islett and Elizabeth his wife in the foregoing indenture claimed and acknowledged the same to be their act and deed, the said Elizabeth being by me examined separate and apart from her said husband acknowledged that she freely became a party thereunto.  In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal March 23rd, 1796

Recorded May 4th 1808, compared by Francis  ?, Recorder

 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG 47, Cumberland County, PA, Deed Book, Vol. S, p. 236.

 

1796    John Kinkaid [000004] of Mifflin Township, Allegheny County, PA.

 

Deed, John McKee to John Kinkaid

 

This indenture made the fourteenth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety six, Between John McKee and Sally his wife of the Town of McKeesport in the County of Allegheny and State of Pennsylvania of the one part and John Kinkaid of the County aforesaid, cooper of the other part, Witnesseth that the said John McKee and Sally his wife for and in consideration of the sum of thirty dollars lawful money of the States of America to them in hand paid by the said John Kinkaid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, they have granted, bargained, sold, enfossed, released and confirmed and by these presents do grant, bargain, sell, enfcoff, release, and confirm to the said John Kinkaid, his heirs and assigns all that lot and parcel of ground with the appurtenances situate lying and being in the Town of McKeesport in the County of Allegheny and State of Pennsylvania aforesaid which is bounded on Water Street fronting the Youghagany River, sixty fee thence adjoining Lot No. seventeen one hundred and forty feet thence along Mulberry Alley sixty feet to the corner of Lot No. fifteen thence along the line of said lot one hundred and forty feet to the beginning and is numbered in general plan of said town Sixteen as will more fully appear by reference being had to said plan as recorded in the office for recording deed in and for said County (It is parcel of a certain tract of land which the said John McKee is seized in fee simple by patent bearing date at Philadelphia the fourth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety five situate at the confluence of the Monongahela and Youghaghy Rivers in the County and State aforesaid (which will more fully and at large appear by reference being had to the said patent as enrolled in Patent Book No. 27, page 177 remaining in the rolls office for the State of Pennsylvania, To have and to hold the said lot or parcel of ground to the said John Kinkaid, his heirs and assigns to the only proper use and behoof of him the said John Kinkaid, his heirs, and assigns forever, and the said John McKee and Sally his wife, doth for themselves and their heirs covenant to and with the said John Kinkaid, his heirs and assigns the hereby granted premises as herein before described to the said John Kinkaid, his heirs and assigns will warrant and defend.  In testimony whereof the said John McKee and Sally his wife have hereunto set their hands and affirmed their seals the day and year first above said.

John McKee (seal)

Sally McKee (seal)

Signed, sealed and delivered in the presence of

John Redick, James Irvine

Allegheny County,

On the fourteenth day of April in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety six came John McKee and Sally his wife before me one of the Justices assigned to keep the peace in and for said county and acknowledged the above instrument to be their act and deed and desire the same may be recorded as such the said Sally being of full age and examined apart from her said husband and she voluntarilyu consenting thereto.  In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year first written.

R. Calhoon

Recorded 11th September 1799

 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG 47, Allegheny County, PA, Deed Book, Vol. 7, p. 252

 

1796    Robert Kinkade [69165] & his wife, Elizabeth, of St. Clair Township, Allegheny County, PA.

 

Deed, Robert Kinkead to William Sturgin

 

This Indenture made this fourth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety six, Between Robert Kinkead and Elizabeth his wife of the County of Allegheny and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania of the one part and William Sturgin of the county & commonwealth aforesaid of the other part, Witnesseth that the said Robert Kinkead and Elizabeth his wife for and in consideration of the sum of ninety pounds lawful money of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to them in hand well and truly paid by the said William Sturgin at and before the sealing and delivery of these presents the receipt and payment is hereby acknowledged they have granted, bargained, sold, aliened, released and confirmed and by these presents, Do grant, bargain, sell, alien, release, and confirm unto the said William Sturgin, his heirs and assigns A Certain tract of land situate lying and being in the township of Fayette in the county aforesaid adjoining land of Alexander McCurdy, Alexander McCoy and others, beginning at a white oak corner to Robert Baldwin and thence North thirty-three, West nineteen perches to two small hickorys, South sixty seven degrees, West sixty six perches to walnut, North sixty degrees, West one hundred and twelve perches, South thirty degrees West fifty 9 perches, North seventy six degrees West forty two perches South seventy six degrees, West twenty nine perches to Genl. Hands land, the place of beginning, Containg sixty two acres strict measure [Being the same tract or parcel of land which Alexander Drummond did sell and convey unto the said Robert Kinkead by indenture bearing date the third day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety five and recorded in the office for recording of deeds in and for the county of Allegheny in Book D, page 588. A reference being had thereto more fully and at large appears, Together with all and singular the ways, woods, waters, water courses, rights, liberties, privileges, hereditaments, and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining and all the estate, right, title, interest, property, claim and demand whatsoever of them the said Robert Kinkead and Elizabeth his wife of, in and to the same or any part  thereof.  To Have and to Hold the said described tract or parcel of land to the said William Sturgin, his heirs and assigns to the only proper use, benefit, and behoof of him the said William Sturgin, his heirs and assigns forever and the said Robert Kinkead and Elizabeth his wife for themselves their heirs, executors, and administrators doth covenant, grant and agree to and with the said William Sturgin, his heirs and assigns the hereby granted premises as herein described to the said William Sturgin, his heirs, and assigns shall and will warrant & forever defend.  In Witness whereby the said Robert Kinkead and Elizabeth his wife have hereunto interchangeably set their hands and affixed their seals the day and year first above written.

Robert Kinkead (seal)

Elizabeth Kinkead (seal)

Sealed & delivered in the presence of us

Saml. Jones, John Seetin

Received the day and year first above written of & from the above named William Sturgin the sum of ninety pounds being the consideration money above mentioned in full.  Robert Kinkead

Witness present at signing, Saml. Jones, John Seetin.

Allegheny County S.S. Before me John Wilkins one of the commonwealth’s Justices of the Peace in and for said County personally came Robert Kinkead and Elizabeth Kinkead the above grantors and acknowledged the above indenture to be their act and deed and desires the same may be recorded as such given under my hand and seal the fourth day of May 1796.  John Wilkins

Recorded May 4th 1798

 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG 47, Allegheny County, PA, Deed Book, Vol. 4, p. 600.

 

1796    Robert Kinkade [69165] of St. Clair Township, Allegheny County, PA.

 

Deed, Nehemiah Sharp to Robert Kinkead

 

Know all men by these present that I Nehemiah Sharp of Fayette Township, Allegheny County and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for the sum of twenty five pounds current money of Pennsylvania to me in hand paid at and before the sealing of these presents by Robert Kinkade of St. Clair Township, County and Commonwealth aforesaid the receipt whereof whereby acknowledged have bargained, sold, released, and confirmed and by these presents, Do bargain, sell, release and confirm unto the said Robert Kinkaid, his heirs and assigns a certain tract or parcel of land lying and situate in Fayette Township, County and Commonwealth aforesaid.  Bounded Northwestward by the Ohio River, Baron De Belone’s land, Southwestwardly by Andrew Spiers land, Southeastwardly by Mos Ewens, Eastward and the said Nehemiah Sharp, Northeastwardly, containing two hundred acres be the same more or less, To Have and to Hold the said tract of land with the appurtenances to the said Robert Kinkaid, his heirs and assigns to the only use and behoof of him the said Robert Kinkaid, his heirs and assigns forever.  Subject to all the money and demand of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania furthermore & do bind myself, my heirs, executors & administrators to and with the said Robert Kinkaid, his heirs and assigns to warrant and defend the title, right of aforesaid tract of land to him the said Robert Kinkaid, his heirs and assigns forever from all persons laying any just claim to the said tract of land the said Commonwealth still excepted.  In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the nineteenth day of May one thousand seven hundred and ninety six.

Nehemiah Sharp (seal)

Sealed and Delivered in the presents of

Sam Mahon

James (his mark) Stoops

Received of Robert Kinkaid twenty five pounds being the consideration money above mentioned in full May 19th 1796

Nehemiah Sharp

Allegheny County S.S.  Before me John Wilkins one of the Commonwealth’s Justice of the Peace in and for said County came Nehemiah Sharp who acknowledged the within bill of sale to be his act and deed and desires the same to be recorded as such for the purpose therein mentioned in witness whereof I have set my hand and seal the 19th day of May 1796.

John Wilkins (seal)

Recorded May 19th 1796

 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG 47, Allegheny County, PA, Deed Book, Vol. 5, p. 3.

 

1796    Robert Kincaid [69165] of Allegheny County, PA.

 

Deed, Joseph McDermott to Robert Kincaid

 

Know all men by these presents that I, Joseph McDermott of Allegheny County and State of Pennsylvania, my heirs, executors and administrators for and in consideration of three pounds per acre to me to be well and truly paid by Robert Kincaid of the County and State aforesaid, That is to say Six pounds, ten shillings before the sealing and delivery of these presents and the receipt I do hereby acknowledge and the sum of Eighty pounds, ten shillings by the twenty fifth day of December next and the residue of the purchase money to be paid in two equal payments, that is to say one half by the twenty fifth of December 1797.  And the other half by the December the twenty fifth in the year 1798, hath granted, bargained, and sold and by the presents do grant and sell unto the aforesaid Robert Kincaid, his heirs and assigns a certain part or parcel of land situate in the county and state aforesaid, being part of the place I now live on.

Beginning at a post where Robert Skahens? Line crosses the road leading from Pittsburgh to Washington, then with his line to a post corner to my survey thence to my corner on Ephriam Lughey’s line then with his line to the great road aforesaid, then with said road to the place of beginning.  Together with all my right and title to the aforesaid sold and described parcel of ground aforesaid, which tract or parcel of land aforesaid do warrant and defend to the aforesaid Robert Kincaid, his heirs and assigns be the same less or more, and do further bind myself, my heirs, executors, administrators to furnish the aforesaid Kincaid his heirs or assigns with a proper deed of conveyance from my patent by the first of October 1797 as witness my hand and seal dated this fifth day of July 1796.

Joseph McDermott (seal)

Signed, sealed and delivered in presence of

David Shirley

Ephriam Lughey

Allegheny County S.S.

Before John Wilkins one of the Commonwealth’s Justices of the Peace for said county came Ephriam Lughey who being sworn according to law, deposeth and saith that he was personally present and saw Joseph McDermott sign, seal and deliver the above bill of sale.

John Wilkins (seal)

Know all men by these presents that I, Robert Kincaid of Allegheny County and State of Pennsylvania, my heirs, executors, administrators ? held and firmly bound to Joseph McDermott, his heirs or assigns to pay and make the payments agreeable to those mentioned in his bill of sale annexed.  As Witness my hand and seal, dated this fifth day of July 1796.

Robert Kincaid (seal)

Witness present

D. Sheel.  Ephm. Lughey

Recorded 23th May 1797

 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG 47, Allegheny County, PA, Deed Book, Vol. 6, p. 558.

 

1796    Joseph Kinkead, [19324] clockmaker & wife Martha of Newark, White Clay Creek Hundred, New Castle County, DE sold to John Ochilleve, blacksmith, of Newark 20 acres for 165 pounds, 8 shillings.

Delaware Public Archives, Deed Book O2, p. 505.

1796    Joseph Kinkead, [19324] clockmaker, of Newark, White Clay Creek Hundred, New Castle County, DE sold to Charles Allen, house carpenter & cabinet maker, of White Clay Creek Hundred, New Castle County, DE 3 ¼ acres for 33 pounds. Delaware Public Archives, Deed Book v. O2, p. 509.

1796    James Kinkade [119921]

Warrant No. 77, 440 acres in Allegheny County, PA, August 25, 1796, patented 440 acres, March 9, 1831, patentee, Hugh Y. Brady, in Armstrong County, PA, patented, March 9, 1831, Vol. H, No. 29, 304, survey at C-108, p. 14.  The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Whereas a survey hath been made pursuant to the 8th Section of an Act passed the __ day of April, 1792 entitled “An Act for the sale of vacant lands in this Commonwealth” for James Kinkeade, by Stephen Gapen containing four hundred forty acres & allowance of six percent for roads &c, of a tract of land North and West of the Rivers Ohio & Allegheny & Conwengo Creek in pursuance of his Improvement dated the 14th November 1793.  And said James Kinkeade hath paid the purchase money at ___ of seven pounds, ten Shillings per cent, with interest thereon from the date of improvement.  These are, therefore, to authorize and require you to accept the said survey into the office; and to make return hereof into the office of the Secretary of the Land-Office in order for confirmation by patent to the said James Kinkeade and for so doing this shall be your warrant.  In Witness whereof Thomas Mifflin Governor of the said commonwealth hath hereunto set his hand and caused the seal of the said commonwealth to be affixed the twenty fifth day of August in the year 1796.  To Daniel Brodhead, Esquire, Surveyor-General. 

Reproduction of Original Document; Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Records of the Land Office, WARRANT REGISTERS, 1733-1957, Allegheny County, north and west of the Ohio River, Surnames beginning with K, p. 69.

 

1796    David Kincaid [000012] , miller, of Chillisquaque Township, Northumberland County, PA.

 

David Kincaid & wife deed to Bernard Hubly

 

This indenture made the twentieth day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred between Bernard Hubly of the Town of Northumberland in the County of Northumberland and State of Pennsylvania, brewer, and Elizabeth his wife of the one part and David Kincaid of the township of Chillisqueque in the County of Northumberland and State of Pennsylvania, miller and Mary his wife of the other part, Whereas Andrew Straub by his deed bearing the ninth day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety six did convey unto David Kincaid a certain lot of ground situate in the Town of Milton in the county and state aforesaid :& a lien thereunto being had will more fully and at large appear.  Now this indenture witnesseth that the said David Kincaid and Mary his wife for and in consideration of the following lands and tenements, to wit,two hundred and twenty five acres and one hundred & thirty five perches situate in Westmoreland County in the state aforesaid called in the patent and known by the name of Magdalena reference being hat to the ? granted to the said Bernard Hubly will more fully and at large appear, and two town lots and two out lots situate in the Town of Allegheny, to wit, the In Lotts numbered in the general plan of the said town, No. twenty ?, one hundred and fourteen and the Out Lotts numbered in the ? plan No. one hundred & thirty six and No. two hundred and seventy reference being had to the ? grants to the said Bernard Hubly will likewise more fully and at large appear) of the aforesaid tract of land and several lotts of ground to them conveyed by the said Bernard Hubly at and before the ensealing and delivering hereof the receipt and possession whereof they do hereby acknowledge and thereof forever ? and discharge the said Bernard Hubly, his heirs, executors and administrators by these presents, have granted, bargained, sold, ?, ?, released, and confirmed and by these presents do grant, bargain, sell, ?, ?, release and confirm unto the said Bernard Hubly and his heirs and assigns all that lot or parcel of ground situate in the Town of Milton and known in the general plan of said town by Lott No. 57 beginning at a post a corner of James Boyd’s No. 58, on Front Street thence north forty one degrees east forty five feet to a post thence north eighteen degrees east thirty seven feet, six inches to a post by the limestone run thence north fifty eight and three quarter degrees west down said run as far as mid-way between high and low water mark thence down said river to a corner of James Boyd’s lot, thence along said Boyd’s line to the place of beginning, together with all and singular the houses, out houses, buildings, barns, stables, way, woods, water-water courses, rights, liberties, privileges, hereditaments, and appurtenances whatsoever thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining and the reversions and remainders rents, ?, profits thereof.  And also all the estate right, title, interest, property? and demand whatsoever of them the said David Kincaid and Mary his wife in law or equity or Otherwise howsoever of in to or out of the same, to have and to hold these lott or parcel of ground, Hereditements and premises hereby granted or mentioned or intended so to be with the appurtenances unto the said Bernard Hubly his heirs and assigns by these presents that they the said David Kincaid and Mary his wife and their heirs and against all and every other person or persons whosoever ?fully? the same by from or under him, her, ?  or any of them shall and will warrant and forever? by these Presents in witness whereof the said parties to these presents have hereunto interchangeably see their Hands and seals the day and year above written.  David Kinkead (seal) Mary Kinkead (seal) Sealed and delivered in the presence of us Ephraim Benham, James M. Calla.  Received August the The twentieth day in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred of the above named Bernard Hubly, full satisfaction for the above houses and lott, David Kinkead, Test, Wm. Cook Northumberland County be it remembered that on the twentieth day of August in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred before me the subscribers of the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas for the County aforesaid personally appeared David Kinkead and Mary his wife and acknowledged the above indenture to be their act and deed and desired that it might be recorded as such.  The said Mary being first and separately and apart from her said husband examined and the contents thereof made known unto her, she thereunto voluntarily consenting.  In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal the day and year last above written.  Wm. Cook (seal) Recorded the 22nd day of August 1800

 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG 47, Northumberland County, PA, Deed Book Vol. L, p. 283.

 

1796    Samuel Kinkade [35915] & wife Elizabeth sold their land in Springhill Township, Fayette

County, PA on December 28 & 29, 1796 while they were living in Hardin County, KY. Need reference.

1796    James Kinkade [000013]

            State: Illinois, locality, Indiana Territory, Town, Fort Massac, Residence Year: 1800,

            Household Remarks: On a petition to Congress, January 10, 1805, by inhabitants of

            Fort Massac, he is listed as being granted 10 ½ acres by Captain Zebulon Pike in 1796.

            The petitioners are seeking to confirm the grants & o.

            United States Reconstructed Records, 1660-1820, James Kinkade, Ancestry.com.

            [Could be James Kinkead, son of John Kinkead of Sadsbury Township, Chester

            County, PA. See entry Migration Record for 1786, James Kinkead.]

           

 

Marriage

 

1796    John Kincaid [15550] married Mary Lee by Rev. Dr. Robert Davidson at First Presbyterian Church, Carlisle,

Cumberland County, PA on April 27, 1796.

Cumberland County Historical Society, Carlisle, PA

 

Birth

 

1796    Blair Kincaid [19324]  born to parents unknown in New Castle County, DE, later of

Columbia, Hamilton County, OH. USFC, 1880. 

[Could be the son of James, Jesse or William Kinkead [19324] of Pencader Hundred, New Castle County, DE.]

1796    Didemia Kincaid [108548] born to Samuel Kincaid [108548] & wife, Meriam Stewart in Greene County, NY.

On Behalf of Nancy Pavelka Sent: Wednesday, December 05, 2007 6:15 PM to KINCAID@rootsweb.com.

1796    Jane Kinkade [155491] born to James Kinkade [155491] & wife, Nancy Taylor on January 4, 1796 in Pennsylvania.

Ben F. Dixon, Our Book, Our Ancestors, Ourselves, and Our Children, Private Edition, 1932, p. 220.

1796    John W. Kincaid [19324] was born to Isaac Kincaid [19324] & wife, unknown on

February 13, 1796 in Delaware.  Isaac Kincaid was a New Jersey man and a successful

farmer, grandson of William Kincaid who was Scottish by parentage and birth.

Biographical Sketches of Leading Citizens Lawrence County Pennsylvania, 1897, p. 136.

1796    Elizabeth Kincaid [16491] born to Thomas Kincaid [16491] & wife, Mary Mackey in 1796 in Maysville, Mason County, KY.

Alice Gedge webpage.

1796    Robert Kincaid [44937] born to Samuel Kincaid [44937] & Sarah Reed on March 3, 1796 in Allegheny County, PA.

G.L. Kincaid, Kincaid Genealogy, 1923, p. 13.

1796    Jane Kincaid [1263] born to Andrew Kincaid [1263] & Martha Townsley on August 25, 1796 in Tyrone Township, Cumberland

County, PA.  Waller Bible, courtesy of Randy Kincaid.

1796    John Kinkead [000060] born to Samuel Kinkead [000060] & wife, Eleanor Pillow, later of Butler County, PA.

John Kinkead, [000060] age 57, died on January 23, 1853 in Fairview Township, Butler County, PA. 

http://rootsweb.com/~pabutler/DeathRecords.htm.

1796    Virginia Kinkead, [000010] born to William Kinkead [000010]  & wife, Agnes in Augusta County, VA.  Extrapolation, need date.

June Lee Mefford Kinkead, Our Kentucky Pioneer Ancestry, p. 311.

 

Newspaper Record

 

1796    John Kincaid [000050]

Copartnership, John Kincaid informs his friends and the public that he has entered

into partnership with Archibald Gourlay, and the business, in future, will be carried

on by John Kincaid and Archibald Gourlay, under the firm of John Kincaid & Co.

Claypoole’s American Daily Advertiser, Advertisement, February, 2, 1796

1796    David Kincaid had a letter remaining at the Post Office, Greensburgh, Westmoreland County, PA, July 14, 1796.

Pittsburgh Gazette Abstracts, 1785-1796, Vol. 1, p. 171.

1796    John Kincaid.  [93625] William McMullin now carries on the full business at Captain Gilson Creighead’s new fulling mill on

Yellow Breeches.  Cloth is taken in at Philip Laufman, John Kincaid, George Fresher in Carlisle. 

Kline’s Carlisle Weekly Gazette. October 5, 1796.

 

1797

Taxables

 

1797    Hannah Kinkead [000019] taxed in Sadsbury Township, Chester County, PA for 200 acre, 2 horses, 2 cow. 

Chester County Archives & Records Service, West Chester, PA.

1797    John Kinkead [000012] taxed in Bart Township, Lancaster County, PA.

Lancaster County Historical Society, Lancaster, PA.

1797    John Kincaid, [000012] son of John Kincaid, [000012] taxed with his father in Bart Township, Lancaster County, PA. 

Lancaster County Historical Society, Lancaster, PA.

1797    James Kinkead, [000002] Brandywine Township, Chester County, PA, dead & poor, 1797, 1790-1799, p. 115. 

Chester County Archives & Records Service, West Chester, PA, Tax Discounts 1785-1823.

1797    James Kinkead, [000002] Honeybrook Township, Chester County, PA, charged to land, 1797, 1790-1799, p. 120. 

Chester County Archives & Records Service, West Chester, PA, Tax Discounts 1785-1823.

 

York County, PA

 

1797    Samuel Kinkade [119921] taxed in Fawn Township, York County, PA for 150 acres, rate 2, valuation 300, 2 horses,

rate 45, valuation 45, 4 cows, rate 32, valuation 32, amount 377, tax 1.93. 

York County, PA Archives, York County Tax Record Roll 5226.

1797    James Kinkade [119921] taxed in Fawn Township, York County, PA as a single man at 1.

York County, PA Archives, York County Tax Record, Roll 5226. 600

1797    Michael Kincade [000044] taxed in Hamilton Bann Township, York County, PA for 165 acres, rate, 40?, valuation 880, amount, 3.44,

1 horse, valuation, 20.00, 3 cattle, valuation 30. 

York County, PA Archives, York County Tax Record, Roll 5226.

1797    Samuel Kincade, [000044] distiller, single man, taxed in Hamilton Bann Township, York County, PA for 1.20, 1.8. 

York County, PA Archives, York County Tax Record, Roll 5226.

 

Bourbon County, KY

 

1797    Andrew Kincaid taxed in Bourbon County, KY. Need Reference.

1797    Andrew Kincaid, Capt., taxed in Bourbon County, KY. Need Reference.

1797    David Kinkade [37382] taxed in Bourbon County, KY. Need reference.

1797    Joseph Kincaid [37382] taxed in Bourbon County, KY. Need Reference.

 

Court Record

 

1797    David Kinkead, [37382]

            We Julius Clarkson, James Bell, and Joseph Shrygly, being first duly qualified

according to law do certify to the following to be a first and true appraisement of

the estate of David Kincaid to the best of our knowledge.

One bond on John Yost, due May 1795, 24 Pounds

One bond on John Yost, due May 1796, 32 Pounds

One bond on John Yost, due May 1797, 32 Pounds

One bond on John Yost, due May 1798, 32 Pounds

One bond on John Yost, due May 1799, 20 Pounds

With other items totaled: 228 Pounds, 1 Shilling, 6 Pence

The above inventory sworn to before me, B. Bedford

Bourbon County, KY, February Court 1797

This inventory and appraisement of the estate of David Kincaid, deceased, was returned

into court and ordered to be recorded. Thomas Arnold, Clerk.

Kentucky Probate Records, 1792-1977, Bourbon County, Will Records, 1786-1798,

Vol. A, pp. 341-42, image 162. 

               See David Kinkead’s [37382] deed to John Yost, Chester County, PA, 1785.

1797    Martha (Anderson) Kinkead, daughter of James Anderson, farmer of White Clay Creek

Hundred, New Castle County, DE, deceased, will written, June 1, 1797, proved, Sept. 21, 1797, 

Joseph Kinkead [19324] her husband, their son James Anderson Kinkead, [19324] mentioned. 

CALENDAR OF DELAWARE WILLS, NEW CASTLE CNTY 1682-1800 by Colonial

Dames of Delaware, 1969, 1989, 1996, 2000 Clearfield/Genealogical Publishing Co., pp.142-143

 

Land Record

 

1797    John Kinkead, [000012] Bart Township, Lancaster County, PA grantee, appointed Justice of

the Peace by Governor Thomas Mifflin, February 20, 1797. Deed Book UU, p. 232.

Lancaster County Office of Records & Archives, Lancaster, PA

 

1797    Robert Kincaid [69165] of St. Clair Township, Allegheny County, PA.

 

Deed, Robert Kincaid to Robert Shoehen

 

Know all men by these presents that I Robert Kincaid of St. Clair Township, County of Allegheny and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania for the sum of five pounds lawful money of Pennsylvania aforesaid per acre to be paid as hereafter described have bargained, sold, released, and confirmed and by these presents do bargain, sell, release, and confirm unto Robert Shoehen a certain piece or parcel of land which I bought of Joseph Drummond in said Township, County & Commonwealth and part of the plantation or tract of land whereon he the said Joseph Drummond now lives.  Beginning at a post, thence Robert Shoehen’s line crosses the road leading from Pittsburgh to Washington thence with his line to a post corner of said Drummonds survey, thence to a corner of said ? land on Ephriam Lughey’s line, thence with Lughey’s line to the great road aforesaid, thence with said road to the place of beginning.

Together with all right, title, interest and claim in and for said land as described & bounded and further I the said Robert Kincaid do hereby bind myself, my heirs, executors and administrators to make, execute and deliver unto the said Robert Shoehen, his heirs and assigns by the first day of October next ensuing ?, fee simple for the said described piece of land, butted and bounded as above described may the same measure more or less, he the said Robert Shoehen paying me four pounds per acre, fifteen pounds of which to be paid at the sealing of these presents the one half the remainder of the purchase money to be paid the twenty fifth day of December next ensuing the date hereof the other remaining part to be paid the twenty fifth day of December 1798.

In Witness whereof the said Robert Kincaid have hereunto set my hand and seal the twenty second day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety seven.

Robert Kincaid (seal)

Sealed and delivered in presence of

Ephriam Lughey

Jno. Wilkins

Received of Robert Shoehen the above mentioned sum of fifteen pounds being the first payment for the above described tract or part of a tract of land sold him for four pounds per acre, May the 22nd 1797.

Robert Kincaid

Test.

Ephriam Lughey

Jno. Wilkins

Allegheny County, S.S.

Before Jno. Wilkins one of the Commonwealth’s __ of the Peace in said County came Robert Kinkade and the within Bill of Sale to be his act and deed and desires the same may be recorded as such.  In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the 22nd day of May 1797.

Jno. Wilkins

Recorded 23rd May 1797

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG 47, Allegheny County, PA, Deed Book, Vol. 6, p. 559.

1797    John Kinkead, [4164] [122441] adjacent landowner.

The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Whereas William Armstrong of the county of Hath requested to take up fifty acres of land including an improvement adjoining land of Joseph Wallace, George Cresbaugh, John Nelson, John Kinkead, and land of said Armstrong in Tyrone [Toboyne] Township in the county of Cumberland (provided the land is not within the last purchase made of the Indians) for which he agrees to pay, immediately, into the office of the Receiver-General, for the use of this state, at the rate of ten pounds per hundred acres, in gold, silver, paper money of this state, or certificates; agreeably to an Act of Assembly, passed the first day of April, 1784; and to an Act passed the third day of April 1792, entitled “An Act for the sale of vacant lands within this commonwealth.” Interest to commence from the 1st March 1787. There are, therefore, to authorize and require you to survey, or cause to be surveyed, unto the said William Armstrong at the place aforesaid, according to the method of townships appointed, the said quantity of acres, if not already surveyed or appropriated, and to make return thereof into the Secretary’s Office, in order for confirmation; for which this shall be your warrant.

In witness whereof Thomas Mifflin Governor of the said commonwealth, hath hereunto set his hand, and caused the less seal of the said commonwealth to be affixed, the Ninth day of June in the year 1797.

Signed Tho. Mifflin

To Daniel Brodhead, Esquire, Surveyor General

In testimony that the foregoing is a copy of the original filed in my office. I have hereunto set my hadn & the seal of my Office at Lancaster this 17th of March A.D. 1802.

For Saml. Cochran, Esqr. S.G

Saml. Henderson

Pennsylvania State Archives, Kinkead, Armstrong, Hollenbach Collection M158.

1797    John Kincaid. [4164] [122441]

The draught of a tract of land situate in Tyboine Township, Cumberland County containing fifty three acres and three fourths of an acre and allowance of six per cent for roads &c. Surveyed the 16th Day of September 1797 in pursuance of a Warrant granted to William Armstrong, Dated the 9th day of June 1797. Saml. Lyon, D.S. To Daniel Brodhead, Esquire, Surveyor General of Pennsylvania. Adjacent land owner: Joseph Wallace, William Armstrong’s other land, John Kincaid, John Nelson, vacant, Joseph Wallace.

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Records of the Land Office,COPIED SURVEYS, 1681-1912,Vol. C-2, p. 41.

1797    John Kincaid, [4164] [122441] Toboyne Township, Cumberland County, PA.

 

Deed, William Armstrong to John Kincaid

 

This Indenture made the tenth of October in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & ninety seven between William Armstrong of Toboyne Township, Cumberland County & State of Pennsylvania of the one part and John Kincaid of the township, County and State aforesaid of the other part, Whereas the said William Armstrong obtained a warrant out of the Land Office of the state aforesaid for a tract of land situate in Toboyne  Township aforesaid adjoining lands of the said John Kincaid and other said Warrant bearing date the ninth day of June one thousand  seven hundred and ninety seven.  Now this indenture witnesseth that the said William Armstrong for and in consideration of the sum of five pounds Pennsylvania currency to him in hand paid by the aforesaid John Kincaid, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath granted, bargained, sold, released, and confirmed and by these presents doth grant, bargain, sell, release, & confirm unto the said John Kincaid a small part of the land held by virtue of the above described by metes and bounds as follows: beginning at a Chestnut thence by land of said William Armstrong, south fifty nine degrees and a half, West one hundred & four perches to a stone heap, thence by land of said John Kincaid, north nineteen degrees, East seventy nine & one/ third perches to a White oak, North fifty eight degrees, East forty one perches to a ?, thence by land of John Nelson, south thirty three & a half degrees East fifty three perches and three fourths of a perch to the place of beginning, Containing in all seventeen and one half acres beside the usual allowance of six percent for roads &c. Together with all and singular the ways, woods, underwoods, waters and water courses, rights, liberties, priviledges, hereditaments and appurtenances whatsoever thereon and thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining, the reversions and remainders, rents & issues and profits thereof and all the estate, right, title, interest, use, property, possession, claim and demand whatsoever of him the said William Armstrong of, in and to the hereby granted or mentioned to be granted premises to have and to hold the aforesaid land and premises to the said John Kincaid, his heirs or assigns the only proper use and behoof him the said John Kincaid, his heirs and assigns forever, Subject nevertheless to the residue of the interest or purchase money now due or to become due of any such there be and the said William Armstrong, the aforesaid tract of land, hereditaments and premises hereby granted or mentioned or intended so to be to the said John Kincaid, his heirs or assigns and against him the said William Armstrong, his heirs, executors, administrators and all manner of persons lawfully claiming or to claim the same shall and will warrant and forever defend by these presents, In testimony whereof said parties hath hereunto interchangeably set their hands and seals the day and year first above written.

William Armstrong

Sealed & Delivered, in presence of Wm. Morrison, Wm. Fretridg

Cumberland County

Before me the subscriber one of the Justices of the Peace for said County appeared the above named William Armstrong and acknowledged the above instrument of writing to be his act and deed as such, desires it may be recorded agreeable to same, Witness my hand & seal, October 10th 1797. Wm. Morrison

Received Oct. 10th 1797 from John Kincaid five pounds in full the consideration money above mentioned. Present at signing: William Armstrong, Wm. Morrison

Pennsylvania State Archives, Kinkead, Armstrong, Hollenbach Collection M158.

 

1797    Michael Kincaid [000044] & Elizabeth his wife of Hamilton Bann Township, York County,

PA sold to Andrew Brown of  Hamiltons Bann Township, York County, PA 180 acres & 53

perches for 1000 pounds, the parcel being composed of 2 tracts the 1st being purchased

on April 13, 1767, the 2nd on Dec. 30, 1797, sold and recorded on Sept. 22, 1800. 

York County, PA Deed Book A, p. 142.

Chester County Historical Society, West Chester, PA, Kincaid file.

 

Marriage

 

1797    Mary Kinkead, [000019] daughter of Charles Kinkead [000019] & Hannah Ramsey,

married Isaac Wentz in Chester County, PA, January 24, 1797.

Chester County Historical Society, West Chester, PA, Kincaid file.

 

Birth

 

1797    Eugenio Kincaid [000031] born to Noah Kincaid & wife, Lydia Hough in Wethersfield, Hartford, CT in 1797. 

Eugenio Kincaid, Bucknell University Website

1797    William Kincade [8144] born to parents unknown in Pennsylvania, William Kinkade,

[8144] age 63, born PA, farmer, Union Township, Morgan County, OH. 1860 USFC, p. 501. 

Could be a grandson to Samuel Kinkead [119921] (1736-1810), Fawn Township, York County, PA.

1797    William Kincade born to parents unknown in Pennsylvania, William Kincade, age 63,

born PA, farmer, value $1400.00, Adams County, IN. 1860 USFC, p. 8.

 

Death

 

1797    James Kinkead, [000002] born about 1740, died November 3, 1797, West Nantmeal Township,

Chester County, PA. Married Margaret Ligget Sept. 3, 1765 in Philadelphia, PA.

Chester County Historical Society, West Chester, PA, Kincaid file

 

Newspaper record

 

1797    John Kinkead. [000004] $4 Reward.  Strayed from the plantation of John Kinkead about

the first of February last, a dark brown horse. . . . The above reward and reasonable charges

will be paid by the subscriber living at McKee’s Port, or John Kinkead. /s/ James Reed, Apr. 29, 1797. 

Pittsburgh Gazette Abstracts, 1797-1803, Vol. 2, p. 17.

1797    Samuel Kinkead.  [44937] Whereas I have given five promissory notes dated 8 April last

to within a few days of that time, one of them for L710, one for 200 gallons of whiskey,

one for a still, and 2 for L38.15 each, to a certain Charles Johnston and James Davison

of Allegheny County, for a tract of land, but I have good reason to believe that they

cannot make me a title to said land agreeable to bargain, I hereby caution all persons from

taking assignment on said notes, as I am determined not to pay them until I am secured in

the title of said land.  /s/ Samuel Kinkead, July 27. 

Pittsburgh Gazette Abstracts, 1797-1803, Vol. 2, p. 41.

 

1798

1798    Wayne County, PA formed from Northampton County, PA on March 12, 1798.

Pennsylvania Archives, s. 3, v. 24, p. vi.

Taxables

 

1798    Hannah Kinkead [000019] taxed in Sadsbury Township, Chester County, PA for 200 acres, 2 horses, 2 cows.

Chester County Archives & Records Service, West Chester, PA.

1798    James Kinkead, [000002] Honeybrook Township, Chester County, PA, dead, 1798, 1790-1799, p. 139. 

Chester County Archives & Records Service, West Chester, PA, Tax Discounts 1785-1823.

1798    John Kincaide [93625] taxed in Carlisle, Cumberland County, PA, United States Direct Tax, 1798.

Cumberland County Historical Society, Carlisle, PA.

1798    John Kincaid [93625] taxed in Middleton Township, Cumberland County, PA, United States Direct Tax, 1798.

Cumberland County Historical Society, Carlisle, PA.

1798    John Kincaid [4164] [122441] taxed in Toboyne Township, Cumberland County, PA, Windowpane

Tax, occupant, John Kincaid, owner, John Kincaid, 1 dwelling house, a stone room 22X16;

22/x26; wood; stories, 1 1/2 ; 4 windows ;41 lights; 1; 1 ____ perches; valuation, 120; valuation,

120.  PARTICULAR list or Description of each Dwelling-house, which with the ______

appurtenances thereto and the Lot on which same are erected, not exceeding two Acres in on

any case were owned, possessed or occupied on the First Day of October, 1798, in Toboyne

township and County of Cumberland being within the 6th Division and 3rd Assessment

District in the State of Pennsylvania and exceeding in Value the Sum of One Hundred Dollars. 

Perry County, PA, Part of the PAGenWeb.

 

Delaware

 

1798    James Kinkead [19324] taxed in Pencader Hundred, New Castle County, DE.

1798 list of Taxables in Pencader Hundred, New Castle County, DE.

1798    Jesse Kinkead [19324] taxed in Pencader Hundred, New Castle County, DE.

1798 list of Taxables in Pencader Hundred, New Castle County, DE.

1798    William Kinkead [19324] taxed in Pencader Hundred, New Castle County, DE. 

1798 list of Taxables in Pencader Hundred, New Castle County, DE.

 

Court Record

 

1798    James Kinkead, [000002] defendant, at the Chester County Court of Quarter

Sessions for assault & battery, February 1798, victim, John Cunningham. 

Chester County Archives & Records Service, West Chester, PA

1798    James Kinkead, [000002] vs Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, assault & battery,

16 shillings, 10 pence, Feb. 7, 1798, Quarter Sessions Docket E.

Chester County Archives & Records Service, West Chester, PA, Chester County

Tax Discount List, 1789-1803, p. 274.

1798    James Kinkead, [000002] Brandywine Township, Chester County, PA, February 23, 1798,

Coroner’s Bills, 1798, filed by date, no. Chester County, PA Coroner’s Records, 1720-1957, I-L,

Chester County Archives On-line Indexes.

1798    John Kinkaid, [000050] distiller, Northern Liberties, Philadelphia, PA, John McPhail, & Malcolm 

McDonald witnesses to John Whitehead’s administration of his estate, Nov. 16, 1798.  Administration N167, BH P322. 

 

Land  Records

 

1798    John Kincaid [000050] .

 

John Kincaid, merchant of Philadelphia, PA and Eleanor h/w to Patrick
McCormick of Upper Alloways Creek, Salem county, a tract in Upper Alloways
Creek,Salem County, New Jersey, Described as starting at a post in the road

from Thompson's Bridge (Alloway), and Swedes Bridge, corner of lands sold

by Kincaid to William Morrison and a corner to land sold this day to John

Greenfield, borders land sold this day to John Mouers, line of John Holmes, Esq, bounding land sold this day to John Horn, 11 acres and 55 perches, all part of a larger tract Kincaid purchased from George Hitchner and wife 19 Oct 1795, who had bought same of Aaron Thompson and wife 9 June 1795.
Signed and Sealed John and Eleanor Kincaid
Wit: James Wright and Henry Nimmo (?)
(I question the name but what I got from what I could see on the record vnc)
Ack: 13 March 1798
Rec'vd 13 Dec 1801
Rec. 11 Jan 1801 Clement Acton, Clk
*Note the difference in dates, a 3 year delay between the acknowledgment,
which might have been nearer the actual date of sale, and the record made in
the courthouse. Possible this was brought in on date of a further sale to
someone else, to make good the chain of title, but I only took it for the
Wright and McCormick mentions. Cross references to other names mentioned in
same deed book might give further information. vnc

 

Salem County, NJ, Deed Book E, p. 158; contributed by Barb Van Hout.

 

1798    Samuel Kinkaid [000060]   William Waddle to Benjamin Jack & Samuel Kinkaid

 

Know all men by these that I William Waddle of Unity Township, yeoman, in the County of Westmoreland & State of Pennsylvania for and in consideration of one hundred and ninety one pounds, five shillings lawful money of Pennsylvania to me in hand well truly paid by Benjamin Jack & Samuel Kaid of Washington Township in the County and State aforesaid, farmers, the receipt and payment thereof is hereby acknowledged, have granted, bargained, sold, and confirmed and by these presents do grant, bargain, sell, assign, and confirm unto the said Benjamin Jack and Samuel Kinkaid their heirs and assigned all that certain tract of land situate and lying in Washington Township in the County and State aforesaid containing two hundred and fifty-five acres and forty-two perches and allowance of six percent for roads and c, which said tract of land was granted to the said William Waddle in pursuance of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania by their patten called “Cumberland” dated the third day of January in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety seven, reference being there unto had will more fully appear to have and to hold the said tract of land, hereditaments, and premises hereby granted with the appurtenances unto the said Benjamin Jack and Samuel Kinkaid, their heirs and assigns forever and the said William Waddle and his heirs the said tract of land, hereditaments and premises hereby granted with the appurtenances unto the said Benjamin Jack and Samuel Kinkaid their heirs and assigns against him the said William Waddle and his heirs & against all and every other person or persons whosoever claiming or to claim from or under him or them or any of them shall and will warrant and forever defend by these presents.  In witness whereof the said William Waddle hath hereunto set his hand and seal this fourteenth day of March in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred & ninety-eight.

W. Waddle (seal)

Signed, sealed, & delivered in the presence of John Denniston, Geo. Smith

Westmoreland County, Be it remembered that on the 14th Day of March 1798, Before me Wm. Jack one of the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas in & for the said County came William Waddle the above grantor & acknowledged the within conveyance as his act and deed and desired the same might be recorded according to law.  Given under my hand and seal the day & year above written.  Wm. Jack (seal)

Recorded March 1798

 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG 47, Westmoreland County, PA Deed Book Vol. 3, p. 328

 

1798    John Kincaid, [000050] , Distiller, of Northern Liberties, Philadelphia, PA.

 

The Grantor Index for Philadelphia County listed Joseph Kincaid to Samuel Bowers,

but the deed is recorded John Kincaid.

 

John Kincaid to Samuel Bowers

 

This indenture made the seventh day of February in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety eight between John Kincaid of the Northern Liberties of the City of Philadelphia in the State of Pennsylvania, Distiller, and Eleanor his wife of the one part and Samuel Bowers of Kensington in the said Liberties, shipwright of the other part, Witnesseth that the said John Kincaid and Eleanor his wife for and in consideration of the sum of one thousand four hundred pounds lawful money of Pennsylvania in specie to them at or before the sealing and delivery hereof by the said Samuel Bowers well and truly paid the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged have granted, bargained, sold, released, and confirmed and by these presents do grant, bargain, sell, release, and confirm unto the said Samuel Bowers his heirs and assigns all that messuage kitchen tenement and lot or piece of ground thereto belonging situate on Point Pleasant within one mile of the old court house at Philadelphia in the Northern Liberties aforesaid containing in breadth on the west side of Penn Street and on the east side of Beech Street fifty feet and in length extending two hundred feet bounded northward by ground now or late of Richard Penn and Mary his wife, southward by ground now or late of Jacob Barge, eastward by the said Penn Street and westward by Beech Street aforesaid (being the same messuage lot and premises which Henry Sparks Junior and others by indenture dated the twenty sixth day of July 1796 granted unto the said John Kincaid in fee simple, together with all and singular the ways, streets, alleys, passages, waters, water courses, rights, liberties, privilges, improvements, menders? And appurtenances whatsoever, the rents belonging or in anywise appertaining and the reversions and remainders rents, issues and profits thereof and all the estate, right, title, interest, property, claim and demand whatsoever of him the said John Kincaid and Eleanor his wife in law and equity of in and to the same to have and to hold all the said messuage kitchen, tenement and lot or piece of ground, hereditaments and promises hereby granted or mentioned so to be with the appurtenances unto the said Samuel Bowers, his heirs and assigns to and for the only proper use and behoof of the said Samuel Bowers, his heirs and assigns forever, free and clear discharged and indemnified of and from all mortgages, debts, judgments, and other incumbrances whatsoever and the said John Kincaid for himself, his heirs, executors and administrators doth hereby covenant, promise, and grant that he the said John Kincaid and his heirs all the said messuage kitchen, tenement and lot or piece of ground, hereditaments and promises hereby granted or mentioned so to be with the appurtenances unto the said Samuel Bowers his heirs, and assigns free and clear as aforesaid against him the said John Kincaid and his heirs and against all and every other person and persons whatsoever lawfully claiming or to claim by from or under him or them or any of them shall and will warrant and forever defend.  In Witness whereof the said parties have interchangeably set their hands and seals hereunto dated the day and year first above written.

John Kincaid (seal)

Eleanor Kincaid (seal)

Sealed and delivered in the presence of us Jacob Servoss A. Gourley

Received the day of the date of the above written indenture of the above named Samuel Bowers the sum of one thousand four hundred pounds being the full consideration monies above mentioned.

John Kincaid

Witnesses at signing Jacob Serwoss, A Gourley

The seventeenth day of February A.D. 1798 before me the subscriber one of the Justices of the Peace for the County of Philadelphia came the within named John Kincaid and Eleanor his wife and acknowledged the within indenture to be their act and deed and desired the same to be recorded as such, the said Eleanor thereunto voluntarily consenting she being of full age separated apart from her said husband by me thereon examined and the contents made known to her, Witness my hand and seal Jacob Seroose (seal)

 

Recorded December 19, 1799

 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG 47, Philadelphia Deed Book Vol. D-78, p. 323

 

1798    John Kinkead.  [000004]

A draught of a tract of land surveyed the 15th day of July 1798 in pursuance of a warrant

bearing date date the day 1st June 1787 for 100 acres for John Kinkead, situate in Mifflin Township

[later Jefferson Township] and County of Allegheny.  Presley Nevill. D.S. To Daniel Broadhead, Esq’r.

Surveyor General of Pennsylvania. Adjacent landowners: James Torrence, C-226, p. 286, Widow Work, C-14, p.9,

John Kinkead, L, p. 362, John Reed, A-38, p. 146.

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Records of the Land Office, COPIED SURVEYS, 1681-1912, Vol. C-114, p. 58.

1798    Robert Miles appeared in Judah Colt’s Daybook: 1798-1799 on December 1, 1798 for eastern Erie County, PA.

1798    Samuel Miles appeared in Judah Colt’s Daybook: 1798-1799 on December 1, 1798 for eastern Erie County, PA.

 

Newspaper Record

 

1798    John Kinkead’s [93625] property subject of Sheriff’s sale, 150 acre tract in Middleton

Township, Cumberland County, PA, 2 miles from Carlisle, bounded on the south by Robert Blaine,

north by lands of Mrs. Kelley, July 25, 1798. Kline’s Carlisle Weekly Gazette

 

County History Record

 

1798    Michael Kincaid.  [000044]

Other pioneers to the township were: Fisher Lanty, who came prior to 1798; Adam Owry,

Revolutionary War soldier, who also came in 1797 or earlier; his brother John, whose reason

was dethroned in consequence of injuries sustained while running an Indian gauntlet; Samuel

Rogers, Hugh Andrews, James Calvin, James Hart, Michael Kincaid, Robert Kilpatrick, George

Linn, John & Robert Lee, David McKee, . . . History of Crawford County, PA, p. 690.

 

Marriage

 

1798    Robert Kinkead [16873Rob] married Mary McClelland on May 18, 1798, in Donegal

Township, Lancaster County, PA.

James M. Kinkead, Genealogical History of the Kinkead Family, Hollidaysburg, PA, Lancaster County Historical Society.

1798    Mary Kincade [000013] daughter of James Kinkead [000013] & wife, Mary Simral,

formerly of Hempfield Township, Westmoreland County, PA, married John/Jehu Scott

on April 20, 1798 (year maybe 1800) in St. Clair County, IL.

Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, Vol. B, p. 141.

Letter, Chris H. Bailey, Director, American Clock & Watch Museum, 100 Maple St., Bristol, Conn. 06010

to Westmoreland County Historical Society, 102 N. Main St., 2nd Floor, Greensburg, PA 15601, July 7, 1984.

1798    Archibald Kinkead, [000010] married Sarah Noland on August 21, 1798 in Augusta County, VA.

June Lee Mefford Kinkead, Our Kentucky Pioneer Ancestry, p. 311.

 

Births

 

1798    Anna Kincaid [108548] born to Samuel Kincaid [108548] & wife, Meriam Stewart

            in Greene County, NY.

            On Behalf of Nancy Pavelka Sent: Wednesday, December 05, 2007 6:15 PM to KINCAID@rootsweb.com.

1798    Martha Kincaid [128544] born to Archibald Kincaid [128544] & Janet Townsley in

Tyrone Township, Cumberland County, PA on June 25, 1798.

Randy Kincaid, Archibald & Andrew Kincaid Web Page.

1798    Mary Kinkade [155491] born to James Kinkade [155491] & wife, Nancy Taylor on March 26, 1798 in Virginia. 

Ben F. Dixon, Our Book, Our Ancestors, Ourselves, and Our Children, Private Edition, 1932, p. 220.

1798    Samuel Kincade.  [44937] Following probably from paper of July 28, 1798, but no front

(dated) page present.  Allegheny County, ff. A List of causes to be tried at September Term, 1798.  

Jas. Davidson for &c vs Samuel Kincade.  Pittsburgh Gazette Abstracts, 1797-1803, Vol. 2, p. 96.

 

1799

Taxables

Chester County, PA

 

1799    Hannah Kinkead [000019] taxed in Sadsbury Township, Chester County, PA for 200 acres.

Chester County Archives & Records Service, West Chester, PA

 

Cumberland County, PA

 

1799    John Kincade [4164] [122441] taxed in Toboyne Township, Cumberland County, PA for 150

acres @ $675.00, 23 acres ridge land @ $34.50, 1 horse & 1 cow @ $48.00.

Pennsylvania State Archives, Cumberland County, PA Tax Lists, 1799, Roll 1404.

1799    John Kinkead [93625] taxed in Middleton Township, Cumberland County, PA for 150

acres @ $850.00, 3 horses & 6 cows @ 16.80, total $1018.00.

Pennsylvania State Archives, Cumberland County, PA Tax Lists, 1799, Roll 1404.

1799    John Kinkead [93625] taxed in Carlisle, Cumberland County, PA for 1 house, a lot @ $1000.00.

Pennsylvania State Archives, Cumberland County, PA Tax Lists, 1799, Roll 1404.

1799    John Kinkade [15550] taxed in Dickinson Township, Cumberland County, PA for 1 cow @ $4.10.

Pennsylvania State Archives, Cumberland County, PA Tax Lists, 1799, Roll 1404.

1799    James Kinkade [15550] taxed in Dickinson Township, Cumberland County, PA for 1 cow @ $4.10. 

Pennsylvania State Archives, Cumberland County, PA Tax Lists, 1799, Roll 1404.

 

 

Lancaster County, PA

 

1799    John Kinkead [000012] taxed in Bart Township, Lancaster County, PA.

Lancaster County Historical Society, Lancaster, PA

1799    John Kincaid, [000012] son of John Kincaid, [000012] taxed with his father in Bart Township, Lancaster County, PA. 

Lancaster County Historical Society, Lancaster, PA

 

Kentucky

 

1799    David Kinkead [37382] taxed in Bourbon County, KY. Need Reference.

 

Court Records

 

1799    John Kinkead, [000004] Fifth District, Mifflin & St. Clair Townships, Allegheny County, PA,

his signature appended to to the election returns of 1799 for Allegheny County, PA.

A History of Allegheny County, PA, Warner Co., Chicago, 1889, p. 231.

1799    Deborah Kinkead, wife of John Kinkead, [93625] suffered assault & battery by Elizabeth

Campble, wife of Archibald Campble of Middleton Township, Cumberland County, PA, June 22, 1799.

No. 1993.

Mary Lou Scribner Schaumann, Carlisle Indictments, p. 144.

1799    Thomas Kincaid, [2563], , of Lincoln County, NC, son of John Kincaid, the patriarch, wrote his will, dated, March 21, 1799.

Courtesy of Sharon Kisor.

1799    John Kinkead.  October Session, 1799, Mary Flanagan, Petition, 29th October 1799 Petition, read,

31st October 1799, process awarded ? next court, 9th January? 1800, The court rejects the prayer of

the petition. 

To the Honorable Judges of the Court of Quarter Sessions for Cumberland County.

The petition of Mary Flanagan, showeth,

That your petitioner emigrated from Ireland as an indented servant to Stephen Lee to

? him and his assigns for two years after her first arrival in the United States and by the said

Indenture it was stipulated that at the end of the said term of two years your petitioner should

be free and should receive freedom due & according to the custom of the country that by

means of assignment of the said indenture your petitioner became servant to John Kinkead of

Cumberland County and served out her time agreeably to her said indenture and nevertheless

the said John Kinkead has still refused to give to your petitioner freedom according to the

custom of this country and agreeably to the terms of her said indenture.  Your petitioner

therefore prays relief this honorable court agreeably to the laws in such can made & provided.

Mary (her mark) Flanagan

 

Cumberland County, PA Archives, Indentured Servants and Apprentice Matters, 1799.04, John Kinkead,

Master, Mary Flanagan, Servant, Petition Date, Oct. 1799

[Comment: There are three John Kinkeads living in Cumberland County, PA in 1799, unknown which

John Kinkead was the master of Mary Flanagan as his residence is not listed. But could be John Kinkead who

married Mary Lee in 1796 and resided in Dickinson Township.  The Lee family connection could be significant.]

1799    Thomas Kincaid’s [2563] will, of Lincoln County, NC, probated in November 1799.  Courtesy of Sharon Kisor.

1799    John Kinkead [93625] received a tavern license, no location indicated. 

Old Taverns in Carlisle, The Evening Sentinel, Bicentennial Supplement, Carlisle, PA, Saturday, June 16, 1951.

 

Land Records

 

1799    Jesse Kinkead, [19324] cooper, of Pencader Hundred, New Castle County, DE, administrator

of the estate of John Read received 61 pounds from Matthew Aiken for balance on 200 acres on January18, 1799.

Delaware Public Archives, Deed Book v. T2, p.100.

1799    John Kinkead [000004] & his wife, Elizabeth, of Mifflin Township, Allegheny County, PA.

 

Deed, John Kinkaid to George Allison

 

This Indenture made the seventh day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety nine, Between John Kinkead of Mifflin Township in the County of Allegheny and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and Elizabeth his wife of the part, and George Allison of the same place of the other part, Witnesseth, that the said John Kinkead and Elizabeth his wife for and in consideration of the sum of nine hundred and twenty five dollars and ninety five cents lawful money of the United States of America to them in hand well and truly paid by the said George Allison, the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged, Have granted, bargained, sold, aliened, enscoffed?, released and confirmed and by these presents, Do grant, bargain, sell, alien, escoff?, release and confirm unto the said George Allison and his heirs and assigns, A certain tract of land called “Farmer’s Hope” situate in Mifflin Township, Allegheny County, Beginning at a Hickory thence by land of James Torrence, North eighteen degrees and a half, East one hundred and forty six perches and seven tenths to a white oak, thence by land of John Read, North forty six degrees, East sixty nine perches to a White oak, thence by land of John Kinkead, South sixty nine degrees and a half, West two hundred and seventy six perches to a White oak, and thence by land of Widow Work, South sixty degrees, East one hundred and eighty six perches to the beginning, Containing one hundred and five acres, eighty eight perches and allowance of six percent for roads &c, Being the same tract of land which the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania by their Letters Patent bearing date the 28th day of January A.D. 1799, granted unto the said John Kinkead, his heirs and assigns forever as in and by the said Patent enrolled in the Rolls Office for the State of Pennsylvania in Patent Book No. 34, page 358, may more fully and as large appear, Together with all and singular the buildings and improvements thereon erected and being , To Have And To Hold the within described tract of land, hereditaments and premises hereby granted with the appurtenances unto the said George Allison, his heirs and assigns to the proper use and behoof of the said George Allison, his heirs and assigns forever, And the said John Kinkead and Elizabeth his wife for themselves and their heirs do covenant and agree to and with the said George Allison, his heirs and assigns against them the said John Kinkead and Elizabeth his wife, their heirs and against all and every person and persons, shall and will, Warrant and forever defend by these presents.  In Witness whereof the said John Kinkead and Elizabeth his wife have hereunto set their hands and seals the day and year first above written.

John Kinkead (seal)

Elizabeth Kinkead (seal)

Sealed and Delivered in the presence of

John Smith,

Robt. Ritchey

Received the day of the date of the above written Indenture of the above named George Allison the sum of nine hundred and twenty five dollars and ninety five cents, being the full consideration money above mentioned.

John Kinkead

Test. L. Stewart

Allegheny County, Personally appeared before me the subscriber one of the Justices of the Peace in and for said County, John Kinkead and Elizabeth his wife the within, granted and acknowledged the within indenture to be their act and deed and desired that the same might be recorded as such according to law. Witness my hand & seal the 2nd day of June Anno Domini 1801

Robt. Ritchey (seal)

Recorded the 24th June 1801

 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG 47, Allegheny County, PA, Deed Book, Vol. 10, p. 275

 

1799    John Kinkead, [000004] & his wife, Elizabeth, of Mifflin Township, Allegheny County, PA.

 

Deed, John Kinkaid to George Allison

 

This Indenture made the seventh day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety nine, Between John Kinkead of Mifflin Township in the County of Allegheny and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and George Allison of the same place of the other part, Witnesseth, that the said John Kinkead for and in consideration of the sum of five shillings lawful money of Pennsylvania to him in hand well and truly paid by the said George Allison, at or before the sealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof  the said John Kinkead doth hereby acknowledge, Hath granted, bargained, sold, aliened, enscoffed?, released, and confirmed and by these presents Doth grant, bargain, sell, alien, enscoff, release, and confirm unto the said George Allison and to his Heirs and Assigns, A Certain piece or parcel of land situate in the Township aforesaid bounded and described as follows, beginning at a post, and running thence by land of the said John Kinkead, North twenty one and a half degrees, West ten perches & six tenths to a post, thence by the same, South sixty two and a half degrees, West thirty two perches to a post, thence by the same South twenty one and a half degrees, East ten perches & six tenths perches to a post, and thence by land of the said George Allison, North sixty nine and an half, East thirty two perches to a post, the place of beginning, Containing two acres & allowance for roads &c. [It being part of a larger tract of land containing four hundred acres & allowance which the Supreme Executive Council of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania by Patent bearing date the 10th day of July 1788, enrolled in the Rolls Office for the State of Pennsylvania in Patent Book No. 14, page 239, granted unto the said John Kinkead as in & by the said Patent, reference being thereunto had may be more fully at large appear.]  Together with all and singular the buildings and improvements thereon erected and built, ways, woods, water, water courses, rights, liberties, priviledges, hereditaments thereunto appertaining whatsoever hereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining, To Have and To Hold the said described piece or parcel of land containing two acres as aforesaid unto the said George Allison, his heirs and assigns, to the only proper use and behoof of the said George Allison his heirs and assigns forever, And the said John Kinkead for himself and his heirs doth covenant, promise and grant & agree to and with the said George Allison, his heirs & assigns that he the said John Kinkead the above described piece or parcel of land against him and his heirs and against any other person or other persons ? shall and will Warrant & forever defend by these presents.  In Witness whereof the said John Kinkead hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year first above written.

John Kinkead (seal)

Elizabeth Kinkead (seal)

Sealed & delivered in the presence of

John Smith, Robt. Ritchey

Received the day of the date of the within Indenture of the therein named George Allison the sum of five shillings lawful money of Pennsylvania, being the consideration money in full within mentioned.

John Kinkead

Test. L Stewart

Allegheny County, On the second day of June A.D. 1801, Before me, a Justice of the Peace in & for said County, came John Kinkead the within named grantor and acknowledged the within Indenture to be his act & deed and desired that the same might be recorded as such.  In Testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year aforesaid.

Robt. Rictchey (seal)

Recorded the 27th June 1801

 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG 47, Allegheny County, PA, Deed Book, Vol. 10, p. 276.

 

1799    John Kinkead [000004] & his wife, Elizabeth of Mifflin Township, Allegheny County, PA.

 

Deed, George Allison to John Kinkaid

 

This Indenture made the seventh day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and ninety nine, Between George Allison of Mifflin Township, in the County of Allegheny and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania of the one part and John Kinkead of the same place of the other part, Witnesseth that the said George Allison for and in consideration of the sum of five shillings lawful money of Pennsylvania to him in hand well and truly paid by the said John Kinkead at or before the sealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof the said George Allison doth hereby acknowledge, Hath granted, bargained, sold, aliened, enfcoffed, released, and confirmed and by these presents, Doth grant, bargain, sell, alien, enscoff, release and confirm unto the said John Kinkead and his heirs and assigns a certain tract or parcel of land situate in the Township aforesaid, bounded and described as follows, viz, Beginning at a post and running thence by land of John Reed, North forty six Degrees East forty six and six tenths perches a white oak, thence by land of John Kinkead, South sixty nine and a half degrees, West forty one and six tenths perches to a post, Thence by land of the said George Allison, South thirty one degrees, East sixteen and six tenths perches to the place of beginning, Containing two acres & allowance for roads & c. [It being part of a larger tract of land containing one hundred & two acres and eighty eight perches and allowance of six percent for roads & c, which the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania by Patent bearing date the twenty eighth day of January A.D. 1799 & enrolled in the Rolls Office for the State of Pennsylvania in Patent Book No. 24, page 358, granted unto John Kinkead, who he & his wife by indenture bearing date the seventh day of May A.D. 1799, granted and conveyed the same unto the said George Allison, his heirs and assigns forever, reference being had to the said Patent & indenture will more fully and at large appear.]  Together with all and singular the buildings and improvements to thereon erected & built, ways, woods, waters, water courses, rights, liberties, privileges, hereditaments and appurtenances whatsoever thereunto belonging or in any wise appertaining, To Have and to hold the said described piece or parcel of land containing two acres as aforesaid unto him the said John Kinkead, his heirs and assigns to the only proper use and behoof of the said John Kinkead, his heirs and assigns forever.  And the said George Allison for himself and his heirs doth covenant, promise, grant and agree to and with the said John Kinkead, his heirs and assigns that he the said George Allison the above described price or parcel of land against him and his heirs and against all and every other person & persons shall and will Warrant and forever defend by these presents.  In Witness whereof the said George Allison hath hereunto set his hand & seal the day & year first above written.

George Allison (seal)

Susanna Allison (seal)

Sealed & delivered in the presence of

John Smith, Robt. Ritchey

Received the day of the date of the within indenture of the therein named John Kinkead the sum of five shillings lawful money of Pennsylvania, being the consideration money in full within mentioned.  George Allison

Test. L. Stewart

Allegheny County, On the second day of June A.D. 1801.  Before me a Justice of the Peace in and for said county, came George Allison, the within grantor and acknowledged the within Indenture to be his act and deed and desired that the same might be recorded as such.  In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year aforesaid.

Robt. Ritchey (seal)

Recorded the 15th Sept. 1801

 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG 47, Allegheny County, PA, Deed Book, Vol. 10, p. 331.

 

1799    John Kinkead, [000004] Jr., patented 102 acres in Washington County, PA, now Allegheny

County, PA, date of return, January 28, 1799, name of tract, Farmer’s Hope, warrant June 1, 1787. 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Records of the Land Office PATENT INDEX, P SERIES

(P-20 to P-35), 1792-1800, P, No. 34, May 1798-Oct. 1799 p. 158.

1799    Thomas Kinkade [9736] bought from Joseph Damron 197 acres for 100 pounds in Jefferson County,

TN, Feb. 20, 1799, Nov. 28 1798.  Joseph Damrill.  Witnesses: Samuel B. Hankins, John Nickeels, R. McFarland. 

Land Deeds of Jefferson County, TN by Holdaway, Vol. D. pp. 306-308.

1799    John Kincaid [000015]

Letter to Gen. William Irvine, Carlisle, PA

General William Irvine, Carlisle, Pennsylvania

Philadelphia, 18th July 1799

Dear Sir,

 

The bearer John Kincaid handed me your letter of the 1st instant—having no particular or immediate employment for him, I spoke to Captain Elliot, who is to superintendent the ? and other public buildings about to be erected in this city—He gave ? and permission to ? to the ? and ? his rations until employment could be found when wages would commence—He went and ? awhile yet dissatisfied and now informs me he is returning to Carlisle—When the buildings are finished, his ? he may he employed as he wishes, in the event he cannot.

My best sentiments return

I am Sir,

Samuel Hodgdon

 

Gen. Wm. Irvine

Historical Society of Pennsylvania: William Irvine Papers

1799    John Kincaid [000015]

Carlisle, July 30, 1799

I certify to whom it may concern that the bearer John Kincaid was enlisted for the War

in the Artillery and Artificer Regiment and was of the Pennsylvania quota of that Regiment—I

discharged him as such at Fort Pitt in the year 1783 which he says he lost, but I have yet a perfect

recollection of him, he was one of a Detachment of that Regiment, who served under my immediate

orders during my command in the western Country.  He was then a usefull and well-behaved

man—he is clearly entitled to all the entitlements granted by the State to Officers and Soldiers

of the Pennsylvania Line, which have not already been paid him. Wm. Irvine, formerly Brig. General. 

A true copy from the original on file in the War Office of the United States; by virtue of which

the Land Warrant he was entitled was issued to him.  Samuel Lewis, Clerk, War Office for issuing

Land Warrants, War Office, August 22, 1799. 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Donation Claimant Papers, 1785-1810, KIs, p. 79.

1799    John Kincaid.  [000015]

I John Kincaid late a soldier in the Pennsylvania line, in the Artillery & Artificer Regiment,

commanded by Gen. Wm. Irvine, do hereby make at the Office of the Secretary of the

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, for the tract of Donation land to which I am entitled, in

consequence of my service in the army aforesaid.  Witness my hand and seal this 2nd day of

August A.D. 1799.  John Kinkead, witness present, W. Hastings. 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Donation Claimant Papers, 1785-1810, KIs, p. 72.

1799    John Kincaid, [000015] application for 200 acres of Donation Land.  August 2, 1799. 

W. Edward McGauran of Carlisle having advanced Kincaid some money to relieve his

present necessities, should have an opportunity of being present when the patent issues-he

has also a power of attorney. 

Pennsylvania State Archives, RG-17, Donation Claimant Papers, 1785-1810, KIs, p. 72.

1799    John Kincaid

No. 9764—To the Geographer of the UNITED STATES or to the Surveyor 195 appointed

by him to survey the Military Lands.

YOU are hereby required to survey for John Kincaid—late a soldier in the Pennsylvania

Line during the late War—One Hundred acres of land in any of the Districts appropriated for

satisfying the Bounties of those who served in the Army of the United States, and ? this

warrant to the Board of Treasury, agreeably to the act of Congress of the ninth day of July 1782.

Given at the WAR OFFICE this Twenty seventh Day of August—One Thousand Seven Hundred

and Ninety nine.

James W. Morrisy

Secretary of War

Ancestry.com, United States War Bounty Land Warrants, 1789-1858, Revolutionary War, image 582.

[This John Kincaid could be one of three John Kincaids; private, 1st Pennsylvania Regiment, private,

Artillery Artificers, private, 3rd Pennsylvania Regiment.]

1799    John Kincaid

Warrant No. 9764, John Kincaid, private, date of warrant, August 27, 1799, 100 acres.

Army Land Warrants, Registered under the Acts for regulating the Grants of Land,

appropriated for Military Service, passed the 1st June 1796 and 2nd March 1799.

Ancestry.com, United States War Bounty Land Warrants, 1789-1858, Revolutionary War, image 87.

[This John Kincaid could be one of three John Kincaids; private, 1st Pennsylvania Regiment, private,

Artillery Artificers, private, 3rd Pennsylvania Regiment.]

1799    James Kinkead [000002] and Joseph Kinkead [000002] both of Brandywine Township,

Chester County, PA sold 50 acres to Benjamin Jones, Honeybrook Township, Chester County,

PA, it being a piece of land that Rachel Gardner late of Honeybrook Township, Chester County,

PA by her last will & testament did bequeath to James Kinkaid, December 29, 1799.

Chester County Archives & Records Service, West Chester, PA, Deed Book, R-2, p. 463.

 

Newspaper Records

 

1799    Joseph Kinkead of Meadville, had a letter remaining at the Pittsburgh Post Office on January 1, 1799. 

Pittsburgh Gazette Abstracts, 1797-1803, Vol. 2, p. 141.

1799    Samuel Kinkaid.  [44937] Allegheny County, ff.  List of Causes to be tried at March Term, 1799. 

James Davison vs Samuel Kinkaid.

Pittsburgh Gazette Abstracts, 1797-1803, Vol. 2, p. 148.

1799    Samuel Kinkead.  [44937] Saturday, May 18, 1799.  Allegheny County, ff.  List of Causes to be tried at June Term, 1799.

Pittsburgh Gazette Abstracts, 1797-1803, Vol. 2, p. 178.

1799    Samuel Kincade. [44937]  Allegheny County.  List of Cases at September Term, 1799. 

Lessee of John Scott vs Samuel Kincade.

Pittsburgh Gazette Abstracts, 1797-1803, Vol. 2, p. 198.

1799    Samuel Kincade.  [44937] Allegheny County.  List of Cases at December Term, 1799. 

Lessee of John Scott vs Samuel Kinkead.

Pittsburgh Gazette Abstracts, 1797-1803, Vol. 2, p. 213.

1799    Samuel Kincade.  [44937] Allegheny County.  List of Cases at September Term, 1799. 

Paul McDermott  vs Samuel Kincade.

Pittsburgh Gazette Abstracts, 1797-1803, Vol. 2, p. 214.

1799    John Kinkead [93625] has removed to his house, corner of York & Louther Streets, opposite

to William Wallace’s tavern, where he has opened a House of Entertainment, August 7, 1799.

Kline’s Carlisle Weekly Gazette.

1799    John Kinkead [000004] of Peter’s Creek, Allegheny County, PA had letters remaining at the

Pittsburgh Post Office, Oct. 1, 1799.

Pittsburgh Gazette Abstracts, 1797-1803, Vol. 2, p. 209.

 

Church Record

 

1799    Hannah Kinkead [000019] listed as member of Upper Octorara Presyberian Church,

September 11, 1799.

 

 

 

Marriage

 

1799    David Kincaid [37382] married Patsy Shrygley on July 16, 1799 in Bourbon County, KY. 

Shirley Patchen, Paper Trail of Lonnie Kincaid.

 

Birth

 

1799    David Kinkead [168734Rob] born to Robert Kinkead [168734Rob] & Mary

McClelland on Feb. 18, 1799 in Lancaster County, PA.

James M. Kinkead, Genealogical History of the Kinkead Family, Hollidaysburg, PA, Lancaster County Historical Society.

1799    Reed Kincaid [44937] born to Samuel Kincaid [44937] & wife Sarah Reed in Allegheny County, PA.

G.L. Kincaid, Kincaid Genealogy, 1923, p. 13.