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Eleanor KINCAID2,3 was born in , Woodford Co., Kentucky.2,3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 29673. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "History of Woodford County," by William R. Railey (Woodford Improvement
League, Versailles, Kentucky, 1968) p.70.
(2) "History of Fayette Co., Kentucky," by Robert Peter, M.D. (O.L. Baskin &
Co., Chicago, 1882) p.731.

!Birth: (1) d/o John Kinkead/Margaret Trotter Blackburn.
Marriage to William TALBOTT. (2) A sister of Hon. W.B. KINKEAD m. William
TALBOTT, 1837. (NOTE: Her brother named a daughter Eleanor Talbott KINKEAD.)[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "History of Woodford County," by William R. Railey (Woodford Improvement
League, Versailles, KY, 1968) p.70.
(2) "History of Fayette Co., Kentucky," by Robert Peter, M.D. (O.L. Baskin &
Co., Chicago, 1882) p.731.

!Birth: (1) d/o John Kinkead/Margaret Trotter Blackburn.
Marriage to William TALBOTT. (2) A sister of Hon. W.B. KINKEAD m. William
TALBOTT, 1837. (NOTE: Her brother named a daughter Eleanor Talbott KINKEAD.) Parents: John KINCAID and Margaret Trotter BLACKBURN.

Spouse: William TALBOTT. William TALBOTT and Eleanor KINCAID were married in 1837 in , Kentucky.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 Reference Number:556254


Eleanor KINCAID2,3 was born on 31 Aug 1771 in , Augusta Co., VA.2,3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 31557. [boyd-trees.ged]











! (1) "Historical Collections of Brown County, Ohio," by Carl N. Thompson (Hammer Graphics , Piqua, OH, 1969) p.6.
(2) "History of Woodford County," by William R. Railey (Woodford Improvement League, Versai lles, Kentucky, 1968) p.70.
(3) "Genealogies of Kentucky Families from the Register of the Kentucky Historical Society " (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1981) Vol. O-Y, Appendix C, p.757-761, "The Families Kin kead, Stephenson, Garrett, Martin and Dunlap," by Laura Kinkead Walton.
(4) "Deep Roots- History and Genealogy of the Kincaid-Coyle-Darnell-Lathram-Hart Families, " by Sallye Lathram Hines (Lexington, Kentucky, 1964) p.13. Cites: (a) Waddell's "Annals of August a County, Virginia," p.184, citing Elizabeth Shelby Kincaid, ggd/o William Kincaid.

! Birth: (1,3) 31 Aug 1771. (1,2,3,4a) d/o William Kinkead/Eleanor Guy. (2) VA. (4a) 4 Mar 1 771.[alice-boyd.FTW]

! (1) "Historical Collections of Brown County, Ohio," by Carl N. Thompson (Hammer Graphics , Piqua, OH, 1969) p.6.
(2) "History of Woodford County," by William R. Railey (Woodford Improvement League, Versai lles, KY, 1968) p.70.
(3) "Genealogies of Kentucky Families from the Register of the Kentucky Historical Society " (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1981) Vol. O-Y, Appendix C, p.757-761, "The Families Kin kead, Stephenson, Garrett, Martin and Dunlap," by Laura Kinkead Walton.
(4) "Deep Roots- History and Genealogy of the Kincaid-Coyle-Darnell-Lathram-Hart Families, " by Sallye Lathram Hines (Lexington, KY, 1964) p.13. Cites: (a) Waddell's "Annals of August a County, Virginia," p.184, citing Elizabeth Shelby Kincaid, ggd/o William Kincaid.

! Birth: (1,3) 31 Aug 1771. (1,2,3,4a) d/o William Kinkead/Eleanor Guy. (2) VA. (4a) 4 Mar 1 771. Parents: ,Sr. William KINCAID and Eleanor (Guy) GAY.


Eleanor KINCAID2,3 was born on 12 Sep 1775.2,3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 31075. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "The Tenmile Country and Its Pioneer Families," p.276. Cites: (a) Family
Bible of Robert Kincaid onwed by J.N. Scott of Muddy Creek and Waynesburg.

!Birth: (1a) 12 Sep 1775, d/o Robert Kincaid/Susannah Powell.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "The Tenmile Country and Its Pioneer Families," p.276. Cites: (a) Family
Bible of Robert Kincaid onwed by J.N. Scott of Muddy Creek and Waynesburg.

!Birth: (1a) 12 Sep 1775, d/o Robert Kincaid/Susannah Powell. Parents: Robert KINCAID and Susannah POWELL.


Eleanor Talbott KINCAID2,3 was born in , Kentucky.2,3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 29835. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Deep Roots- History and Genealogy of the Kincaid-Coyle-Darnell-Lathram-
Hart Families," by Sallye Lathram Hines (Lexington, Kentucky, 1964) p.13. Cites: (a)
Waddell's "Annals of Augusta County, Virginia," p.184, citing Elizabeth Shelby
Kincaid, ggd/o William Kincaid.

!Birth: (1) d/o William Druey Kincaid/Elizabeth Fontaine Shelby.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Deep Roots- History and Genealogy of the Kincaid-Coyle-Darnell-Lathram-
Hart Families," by Sallye Lathram Hines (Lexington, KY, 1964) p.13. Cites: (a)
Waddell's "Annals of Augusta County, Virginia," p.184, citing Elizabeth Shelby
Kincaid, ggd/o William Kincaid.

!Birth: (1) d/o William Druey Kincaid/Elizabeth Fontaine Shelby. Parents: ,Judge William Berry KINCAID and Elizabeth Fontaine SHELBY.


Elizabeth KINCAID2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 29317. [boyd-trees.ged]











! (1) "Kincaid-Lennox-Galbraith," by Herbert Clarke Kincaid (1941), taken from "Assortment o f Kincaid Papers," reprinted by Steve Kincaid (San Diego, CA, Clan Kincaid International). H. C. Kincaid was a fellow of the Institute of American Genealogy, and his paper was purchased f rom the Genealogical Book Co., Baltimore, by Mr. Hulme H. Kincaid, San Anselmo, CA.

! Birth: (1) d/o Patrick Kincaid.
Marriage to Thomas Kincaid: (1)

(1) Brought the lands of Kincaid to her cousin and husband Thomas.[alice-boyd.FTW]

! (1) "Kincaid-Lennox-Galbraith," by Herbert Clarke Kincaid (1941), taken from "Assortment o f Kincaid Papers," reprinted by Steve Kincaid (San Diego, CA, Clan Kincaid International). H. C. Kincaid was a fellow of the Institute of American Genealogy, and his paper was purchased f rom the Genealogical Book Co., Baltimore, by Mr. Hulme H. Kincaid, San Anselmo, CA.

! Birth: (1) d/o Patrick Kincaid.
Marriage to Thomas Kincaid: (1)

(1) Brought the lands of Kincaid to her cousin and husband Thomas. Parents: Of-That-Ilk Patrick KINCAID and Egidie HOUSTON.

Spouse: Of-That-Ilk Thomas KINCAID. Of-That-Ilk Thomas KINCAID and Elizabeth KINCAID were married. Reference Number:547973 Children were: Of-That-Ilk Thomas KINCAID, Edward KINCAID, James KINCAID.


Elizabeth KINCAID2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 30745. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "The Tenmile Country and Its Pioneer Families," p.278. Cites: (a) O.C.
Docket 4, p.212.

!Birth: (1) d/o James Kincaid/Jane McCaslin. Parents: James KINCAID and Jane MC CASLIN.


Elizabeth KINCAID2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 43999. [boyd-trees.ged]









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!(1) "The Tenmile Country and Its Pioneer Families," p.278. Cites: (a) O.C.
Docket 4, p.212.

!Birth: (1) d/o James Kincaid/Jane McCaslin. Parents: James KINCAID and Jane MC CASLIN.


Elizabeth KINCAID2,3 was also known as Kinkead. She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 44593. [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) Augusta Co., VA Will Bk 5, p.445. FHL #30,317.

! Birth: (1) d/o Matthew Kinkead/Elizabeth.

(1) 1775, 2 Jun: Matthew Kinkead, farmer, wrote his will, proved 19 Jun 1776, Augusta Co. , VA. Names wife Elizabeth; eldest son David, under 21; son John; Daughters Elizabeth, Sara h and Mary Anne; an unborn child. Executors wife, William W. Leer?. Wits. William Kinkead , John Hodge, Samuel Lockridge. Parents: Matthew (Kinkead) KINCAID and Elizabeth MC TEER.


Elizabeth KINCAID2,3 was born between 1740 and 1780 in , Augusta Co., VA.2,3 She died after 1822 in , MO.2,3 She is reference number 32254. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Greenbrier Co., VA Will Bk 1, p.276. FHL #595,214.
(2) Evelyn Martin, P.O. Box 643, Fort Jones, CA 96032 (1995).

!Birth: (1) d/o Andrew Kincaid. (2) Augusta Co., VA, d/o Andrew Kincaid/Mary.
Marriage to James Miller: (1) __ Miller. (2)
Death: (2) After 1822, MO.

(1) 1810, 9 Jun: Andrew Kincaid wrote his will. Gave to daughters Sarah
Caldwell, Elizabeth Miller, Ann Garten, Mary Wyatt, and Margaret Stone $1.20
each.

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!(1) Greenbrier Co., VA Will Bk 1, p.276. FHL #595,214.
(2) Evelyn Martin, P.O. Box 643, Fort Jones, CA 96032 (1995).

!Birth: (1) d/o Andrew Kincaid. (2) Augusta Co., VA, d/o Andrew Kincaid/Mary.
Marriage to James Miller: (1) __ Miller. (2)
Death: (2) After 1822, MO.

(1) 1810, 9 Jun: Andrew Kincaid wrote his will. Gave to daughters Sarah
Caldwell, Elizabeth Miller, Ann Garten, Mary Wyatt, and Margaret Stone $1.20
each. Parents: Andrew KINCAID and Mary.

Spouse: James MILLER. James MILLER and Elizabeth KINCAID were married. Reference Number:555914 Children were: Mary Ramsey MILLER.


Elizabeth KINCAID2,3 was born about 1775 in , Fayette Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 She died in Aug 1854 in , Preble Co., Ohio.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 She is reference number 33682. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Steve Walters, 610 E. Pine #104, Lompoc, CA 93436. FHL Ordinance entry #82
221 1051 (1982). FHL #884,860. Cites: (a) Colonial Families of the USA. (b)
Family History.
(2) "Virginia Soldiers of 1776," by Burgess, p.780-785.
(3) "Colonial Families of the Unites States," ed. by George Mackenzie, Vol. 2,
p.593-594. FHL.
(4) "Nelson County, Kentucky Marriages 1785-1810," by Charles M. Franklin
(Heritage House, Indianapolis, IN, 1985) p.31.

!Birth: (1) 1775. (1,3) Fayette Co., PA. (1,3) d/o Samuel Kinkade/Elizabeth
Wilson. (2) d/o __ Kinkead/Elizabeth Wilson.
Marriage to Thomas Pottenger: (2) Widow Pottenger in 1833. (3) Jan 1795. (3,4)
Nelson Co., Kentucky. (4) Bond dtd 1 Jan 1795.
Death: (3) Aug 1854, Preble Co., OH.

(2) 1831, 8 Mar: Lawrence Minor of Greene Co., PA, deposed in Dauphin Co., Pennsylvania
that he was a grandson of Col. George Wilson, that Col. George Wilson died
leaving 8 children: William George, John, Sarah, Jane, Phoebe, Agnes, Elizabeth
and Mary Ann. Of these children there were 4 living, William George, Jane
Minor (mother of the deponent, residing in Greene Co., PA), Sarah Darlington
who married Joseph Darlington and resides in West Union, OH, Phoebe Turney of
TN who married Dr. Turney of TN now deceased. Elizabeth who is dead married Mr.
Kinkead and had several children, the names of whom the deponent did not know
except William and George, both living. Elizabeth Kinkead, now dead, had
children living in IN, IL and OH.
(2) 1832, 2 Aug: Whereas an application is now pending before the Executive and
Council of VA by the children and heirs of Col. George Wilson, an officer of
the VA line, and whereas Elizabeth Kinkade, late Elizabeth Wilson, one of the
children of said Col. George Wilson, is dead, and the undersigned George W.
Kinkade, agent for the heirs of said Elizabeth, appoints William G. Hawkins of
Green Co., PA, our lawful attorney. Signed George W. Kinkade. Acknowledged
before the Justices of Lawrence Co., IL.
(2) 1833, 9 Apr: William G. Hawkins deposed in open court, Alleghany Co., PA,
that his aunt, Elizabeth Kincade, was one of the children of George Wilson, to
whose children land has been awarded by the State of VA; that said Elizabeth
Kincade is now dead, and that the following children of Elizabeth are entitled
to bounty warrants: George W. Kincade, widower, Alcy Miller and Nancy Orr,
widows, all of Lawrence Co., IL.; also Elizabeth Pottenger, widow of Butler
Co., OH; Jane McAllister and Mary Ann Patterson, widows, of Henderson Co., Kentucky;
Phoebe Pottenger, widow, of Hamilton Co., OH. Elizabeth Kincade died
intestate.
(2) 1833, 15 Jul: William G. Hawkins wrote to Charles S. Morgan, Richmond, VA,
in a letter dtd Pittsburgh, PA, "During your absense, Mr. Hayward returned two
warrants for the purpose of being subdivided. I wish the warrants issued to
the heirs of Elizabeth Kincade divided thus: 1st, the shares of George W.
Kincade, Elizabeth and Phoebe Pottinger, Nancy Orr and Alcy Miller to be
embraced in one warrant, and the shares of Mrs. McCallister and Mrs. Mary Ann
Patterson in another.... The reason why the division is asked... in the
former case, Mrs. McCallaster and Mrs. Patterson remotely from the others, and
they are all so needy, they desire to avoid delay."
(2) 1833, 20 Aug: Elijah Haywood, Commissioner, General Land Office, returned
warrant 7326 together with evidence of heirship for subdivision at the request
of William G. Hawkins.
(2) 1833, 30 Aug: In exchange for Warrant 7326, Warrant No. 133 was issued to
George W. Kincade, Elizabeth Pottinger, Phoebe Pottinger, Nancy Orr and Alcy
Miller. Warrant No. 134 was issued to Jane W. McCallister and Mary Ann
Patterson.

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!(1) Steve Walters, 610 E. Pine #104, Lompoc, CA 93436. FHL Ordinance entry #82
221 1051 (1982). FHL #884,860. Cites: (a) Colonial Families of the USA. (b)
Family History.
(2) "Virginia Soldiers of 1776," by Burgess, p.780-785.
(3) "Colonial Families of the Unites States," ed. by George Mackenzie, Vol. 2,
p.593-594. FHL.
(4) "Nelson County, Kentucky Marriages 1785-1810," by Charles M. Franklin
(Heritage House, Indianapolis, IN, 1985) p.31.

!Birth: (1) 1775. (1,3) Fayette Co., PA. (1,3) d/o Samuel Kinkade/Elizabeth
Wilson. (2) d/o __ Kinkead/Elizabeth Wilson.
Marriage to Thomas Pottenger: (2) Widow Pottenger in 1833. (3) Jan 1795. (3,4)
Nelson Co., KY. (4) Bond dtd 1 Jan 1795.
Death: (3) Aug 1854, Preble Co., OH.

(2) 1831, 8 Mar: Lawrence Minor of Greene Co., PA, deposed in Dauphin Co., PA
that he was a grandson of Col. George Wilson, that Col. George Wilson died
leaving 8 children: William George, John, Sarah, Jane, Phoebe, Agnes, Elizabeth
and Mary Ann. Of these children there were 4 living, William George, Jane
Minor (mother of the deponent, residing in Greene Co., PA), Sarah Darlington
who married Joseph Darlington and resides in West Union, OH, Phoebe Turney of
TN who married Dr. Turney of TN now deceased. Elizabeth who is dead married Mr.
Kinkead and had several children, the names of whom the deponent did not know
except William and George, both living. Elizabeth Kinkead, now dead, had
children living in IN, IL and OH.
(2) 1832, 2 Aug: Whereas an application is now pending before the Executive and
Council of VA by the children and heirs of Col. George Wilson, an officer of
the VA line, and whereas Elizabeth Kinkade, late Elizabeth Wilson, one of the
children of said Col. George Wilson, is dead, and the undersigned George W.
Kinkade, agent for the heirs of said Elizabeth, appoints William G. Hawkins of
Green Co., PA, our lawful attorney. Signed George W. Kinkade. Acknowledged
before the Justices of Lawrence Co., IL.
(2) 1833, 9 Apr: William G. Hawkins deposed in open court, Alleghany Co., PA,
that his aunt, Elizabeth Kincade, was one of the children of George Wilson, to
whose children land has been awarded by the State of VA; that said Elizabeth
Kincade is now dead, and that the following children of Elizabeth are entitled
to bounty warrants: George W. Kincade, widower, Alcy Miller and Nancy Orr,
widows, all of Lawrence Co., IL.; also Elizabeth Pottenger, widow of Butler
Co., OH; Jane McAllister and Mary Ann Patterson, widows, of Henderson Co., KY;
Phoebe Pottenger, widow, of Hamilton Co., OH. Elizabeth Kincade died
intestate.
(2) 1833, 15 Jul: William G. Hawkins wrote to Charles S. Morgan, Richmond, VA,
in a letter dtd Pittsburgh, PA, "During your absense, Mr. Hayward returned two
warrants for the purpose of being subdivided. I wish the warrants issued to
the heirs of Elizabeth Kincade divided thus: 1st, the shares of George W.
Kincade, Elizabeth and Phoebe Pottinger, Nancy Orr and Alcy Miller to be
embraced in one warrant, and the shares of Mrs. McCallister and Mrs. Mary Ann
Patterson in another.... The reason why the division is asked... in the
former case, Mrs. McCallaster and Mrs. Patterson remotely from the others, and
they are all so needy, they desire to avoid delay."
(2) 1833, 20 Aug: Elijah Haywood, Commissioner, General Land Office, returned
warrant 7326 together with evidence of heirship for subdivision at the request
of William G. Hawkins.
(2) 1833, 30 Aug: In exchange for Warrant 7326, Warrant No. 133 was issued to
George W. Kincade, Elizabeth Pottinger, Phoebe Pottinger, Nancy Orr and Alcy
Miller. Warrant No. 134 was issued to Jane W. McCallister and Mary Ann
Patterson. Parents: Samuel KINCAID and Elizabeth WILSON.

Spouse: Thomas POTTENGER. Thomas POTTENGER and Elizabeth KINCAID were married in Jan 1795 in , Nelson Co., Kentucky.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 Reference Number:634917


Elizabeth KINCAID2,3 was born about 1780 in , Pennsylvania.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 She died after 14 Oct 1850 in , Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 She is reference number 32341. [boyd-trees.ged]











! (1) Revolutionary War Pension Records of John Kincaid. FHL #971,492.
(2) 1850 census, Baldwin Twp., Allegheny Co., PA. Household of William Duncan.
(3) 1860 census, Baldwin Twp., Allegheny Co., PA. Household of Archibald McCalister.
(4) Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania Deeds. (a) Book 2Q/41, p.162.

! Birth: (1) d/o John Kincaid. (1,2) Age 70 in 1850 (b. 1780). (2,3) PA. (3) Age 80 in 186 0 (b. 1780).
Marriage to William Duncan: (1)

(4a) 1831, 3 Mar: John KINKEAD of Jefferson Twp., Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania deeds to Elizabeth DUNC AN, 73 acres 90 perches, part of a 400 acre tract patented to John KINKEAD 10 Jul 1788.
(2) 1850: William Duncan, age 70, laborer, living in Baldwin Twp., Allegheny Co., PA. Livin g in household were Elizabeth, age 70, and Hiram, age 23, laborer.
(1) 1850, 14 Oct: Only surviving heirs of John Kincaid were Hannah Torrence and Elizabeth D uncan. Elizabeth testified in Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania court that she was the daughter of John Kinca id, late of Allegheny Co., that he was a cooper and carpenter by trade and that he followed t he employment of carpenter during the war of the revolution and labored in the service of th e United States with a company of Artificers in the erection of Fort McIntosh. He was a nativ e of Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania and was married in the town of Carlisle, Cumberland Co., Pennsylvania during th e war of the revolution. That he died in Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania 16 Oct 1833 leaving no widow. Jame s Wallace swore that he knew her to be a child of the pensioner. William Duncan of Alleghen y Co., Pennsylvania swore that he was well acquainted with John Kincaid the revolutionary pensioner, th at he (deponent?) was living in the same house with John Kincaid at the time he died, and tha t he knows Elizabeth Duncan to be the lawful child of John Kincaid.
(3) 1860: Elizabeth Duncan, age 80, living in household of Archibald McCalister, age 45 (b . 1815), b. PA, farmer, Baldwin Twp., Allegheny Co., PA. Also in household, all McCalister: E mily, 42, Pennsylvania (b. 1818); Robert, 15, Pennsylvania (b. 1845); Margaret, 13, Pennsylvania (b. 1847); Chalissa (femal e), 10, Pennsylvania (b. 1850); Mary, 7, Pennsylvania (b. 1853).[boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) Revolutionary War Pension Records of John Kincaid. FHL #971,492.
(2) 1850 census, Baldwin Twp., Allegheny Co., PA. Household of William Duncan.
(3) 1860 census, Baldwin Twp., Allegheny Co., PA. Household of Archibald McCalister.
(4) Allegheny Co., PA Deeds. (a) Book 2Q/41, p.162.

! Birth: (1) d/o John Kincaid. (1,2) Age 70 in 1850 (b. 1780). (2,3) PA. (3) Age 80 in 186 0 (b. 1780).
Marriage to William Duncan: (1)

(4a) 1831, 3 Mar: John KINKEAD of Jefferson Twp., Allegheny Co., PA deeds to Elizabeth DUNC AN, 73 acres 90 perches, part of a 400 acre tract patented to John KINKEAD 10 Jul 1788.
(2) 1850: William Duncan, age 70, laborer, living in Baldwin Twp., Allegheny Co., PA. Livin g in household were Elizabeth, age 70, and Hiram, age 23, laborer.
(1) 1850, 14 Oct: Only surviving heirs of John Kincaid were Hannah Torrence and Elizabeth D uncan. Elizabeth testified in Allegheny Co., PA court that she was the daughter of John Kinca id, late of Allegheny Co., that he was a cooper and carpenter by trade and that he followed t he employment of carpenter during the war of the revolution and labored in the service of th e United States with a company of Artificers in the erection of Fort McIntosh. He was a nativ e of Lancaster Co., PA and was married in the town of Carlisle, Cumberland Co., PA during th e war of the revolution. That he died in Allegheny Co., PA 16 Oct 1833 leaving no widow. Jame s Wallace swore that he knew her to be a child of the pensioner. William Duncan of Alleghen y Co., PA swore that he was well acquainted with John Kincaid the revolutionary pensioner, th at he (deponent?) was living in the same house with John Kincaid at the time he died, and tha t he knows Elizabeth Duncan to be the lawful child of John Kincaid.
(3) 1860: Elizabeth Duncan, age 80, living in household of Archibald McCalister, age 45 (b . 1815), b. PA, farmer, Baldwin Twp., Allegheny Co., PA. Also in household, all McCalister: E mily, 42, PA (b. 1818); Robert, 15, PA (b. 1845); Margaret, 13, PA (b. 1847); Chalissa (femal e), 10, PA (b. 1850); Mary, 7, PA (b. 1853). Parents: John KINCAID and Elizabeth.

Spouse: William DUNCAN. William DUNCAN and Elizabeth KINCAID were married in , Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 Reference Number:557740 Children were: Hiram DUNCAN.


Elizabeth KINCAID2,3 was born in 1787 in , Greenbrier Co., West Virginia.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 She was also known as Betty. She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 30783. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Greenbrier Co., VA Will Bk I, p.531. FHL #595,214.
(2) "Virginia Genealogies, A (Trail?) List of Printed Books and Pamphlets," by
Stuart E. Brown Jr. (VA Book Co., Berryview, VA) card #642, prepared by the
University of VA, "The Renicks of Greenbrier," by B.F. Harlow Jr. (Lexington,
VA, 1951), Appendix F.
(3) "Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to the U.S.A.," by Donald Whyte (Magna
Carta Book Co., Baltimore, 1972). Cites: (a) "Kincaid Family Researches," by
J.K. Young, Library of Scottish Genealogy Society, 13.

!Birth: (1) d/o Samuel Kincaid. (2) 1787. (2,3) d/o Samuel Kincaid/Margaret
Clarke.
Marriage to John M. Brown: (1) Samuel Kincaid named daughter Betty Brown in his
will dtd 1800. (2) 14 Jan 1808.

(1) 1800, 16 Mar: Samuel Kincaid wrote his will, proved Greenbrier Co., VA Jul
1819. Named wife Margaret; sons Samuel, George, James; daughters Sally Brown;
Betty Brown; Ann Kinkead. Executors, sons Samuel and James. Wits. Robert
Kincaid Jr., James Elliott Jr., W.H. Cavendish. (NOTE: Source 2 says this will
is dated 1816. Copied incorrectly?)[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) Greenbrier Co., VA Will Bk I, p.531. FHL #595,214.
(2) "Virginia Genealogies, A (Trail?) List of Printed Books and Pamphlets," by
Stuart E. Brown Jr. (VA Book Co., Berryview, VA) card #642, prepared by the
University of VA, "The Renicks of Greenbrier," by B.F. Harlow Jr. (Lexington,
VA, 1951), Appendix F.
(3) "Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to the U.S.A.," by Donald Whyte (Magna
Carta Book Co., Baltimore, 1972). Cites: (a) "Kincaid Family Researches," by
J.K. Young, Library of Scottish Genealogy Society, 13.

!Birth: (1) d/o Samuel Kincaid. (2) 1787. (2,3) d/o Samuel Kincaid/Margaret
Clarke.
Marriage to John M. Brown: (1) Samuel Kincaid named daughter Betty Brown in his
will dtd 1800. (2) 14 Jan 1808.

(1) 1800, 16 Mar: Samuel Kincaid wrote his will, proved Greenbrier Co., VA Jul
1819. Named wife Margaret; sons Samuel, George, James; daughters Sally Brown;
Betty Brown; Ann Kinkead. Executors, sons Samuel and James. Wits. Robert
Kincaid Jr., James Elliott Jr., W.H. Cavendish. (NOTE: Source 2 says this will
is dated 1816. Copied incorrectly?) Parents: Samuel KINCAID and Margaret CLARK.

Spouse: John M. BROWN. John M. BROWN and Elizabeth KINCAID were married on 14 Jan 1808 in , VA.2,3 Reference Number:579235


Elizabeth KINCAID2,3 was born about 1794.2,3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 32312. [boyd-trees.ged]











! (1) Mary Kemmerle, 2089 Eaton Ave., San Carlos, CA 94070. Cites: (a) Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania dee ds.

! Birth: (1) ca. 1794, d/o Robert Kincaid/Elizabeth Torrence.

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! (1) Mary Kemmerle, 2089 Eaton Ave., San Carlos, CA 94070. Cites: (a) Allegheny Co., PA dee ds.

! Birth: (1) ca. 1794, d/o Robert Kincaid/Elizabeth Torrence. Parents: Robert KINCAID and Elizabeth TORRENCE.


Elizabeth KINCAID2,3 was born about 1805.3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 31991. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "The Tenmile Country and Its Pioneer Families," p.276.

!Birth: (1) Only child of Robert Kincaid/Polly.

(1) Robert Kincaid's will notes that a deed is to be made to his only child and
heir by Colonel John Heaton.

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!(1) "The Tenmile Country and Its Pioneer Families," p.276.

!Birth: (1) Only child of Robert Kincaid/Polly.

(1) Robert Kincaid's will notes that a deed is to be made to his only child and
heir by Colonel John Heaton. Parents: Robert KINCAID and Polly.


Elizabeth KINCAID2,3 was born about 1832 in , Allegheny Co., PA.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 46027. [boyd-trees.ged]









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(1) Mary Kemmerle, 2089 Eaton Ave., San Carlos, CA 94070.

!Birth: (1) ca. 1832, PA, d/o Phillip R. Kincaid/Elizabeth.







(1) Mary Kemmerle, 2089 Eaton Ave., San Carlos, CA 94070.

!Birth: (1) ca. 1832, PA, d/o Phillip R. Kincaid/Elizabeth. Parents: Phillip R. KINCAID and Elizabeth.


Elizabeth Ann KINCAID2,3 was born on 3 Jan 1817 in , Greenbrier Co., West Virginia.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 She died on 8 May 1842.2,3 She is reference number 33665. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Virginia Genealogies, A (Trail?) List of Printed Books and Pamphlets," by
Stuart E. Brown Jr. (VA Book Co., Berryview, VA) card #642, prepared by the
University of VA, "The Renicks of Greenbrier," by B.F. Harlow Jr. (Lexington,
VA, 1951), Appendix F.

!Birth: (1) 3 Jan 1817, d/o James Kincaid/Phebe Kincaid.
Never married: (1)
Death: (1) 8 May 1842.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Virginia Genealogies, A (Trail?) List of Printed Books and Pamphlets," by
Stuart E. Brown Jr. (VA Book Co., Berryview, VA) card #642, prepared by the
University of VA, "The Renicks of Greenbrier," by B.F. Harlow Jr. (Lexington,
VA, 1951), Appendix F.

!Birth: (1) 3 Jan 1817, d/o James Kincaid/Phebe Kincaid.
Never married: (1)
Death: (1) 8 May 1842. Parents: ,Col. James KINCAID and Phebe KINCAID.


Elizabeth Shelby KINCAID2,3 was born in , Kentucky.2,3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 29836. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Deep Roots- History and Genealogy of the Kincaid-Coyle-Darnell-Lathram-
Hart Families," by Sallye Lathram Hines (Lexington, Kentucky, 1964) p.13. Cites: (a)
Waddell's "Annals of Augusta County, Virginia," p.184, citing Elizabeth Shelby
Kincaid, ggd/o William Kincaid.

!Birth: (1) d/o William Druey Kincaid/Elizabeth Fontaine Shelby.

(1) A prominent teacher in the Louisville College, write and lecturer.[boyd-trees.ged]









[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Deep Roots- History and Genealogy of the Kincaid-Coyle-Darnell-Lathram-
Hart Families," by Sallye Lathram Hines (Lexington, KY, 1964) p.13. Cites: (a)
Waddell's "Annals of Augusta County, Virginia," p.184, citing Elizabeth Shelby
Kincaid, ggd/o William Kincaid.

!Birth: (1) d/o William Druey Kincaid/Elizabeth Fontaine Shelby.

(1) A prominent teacher in the Louisville College, write and lecturer. Parents: ,Judge William Berry KINCAID and Elizabeth Fontaine SHELBY.


Esther KINCAID2,3 died Unknown.3 She is reference number 31047. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "The Tenmile Country and Its Pioneer Families," p.277.
(2) Greene Co., PA, Will Bk 2, p.176. FHL film. (Film poor and difficult to
read.)

!Birth: (1) d/o William Kincaid.
Marriage to __ Hill: (1) Hill? (2) Will of William Kincaid of Jefferson Twp.,
Greene Co., PA, proved 22 Apr 1843, names daughter Betties? and children
Mahalia Hill and Kincaid Hill.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "The Tenmile Country and Its Pioneer Families," p.277.
(2) Greene Co., PA, Will Bk 2, p.176. FHL film. (Film poor and difficult to
read.)

!Birth: (1) d/o William Kincaid.
Marriage to __ Hill: (1) Hill? (2) Will of William Kincaid of Jefferson Twp.,
Greene Co., PA, proved 22 Apr 1843, names daughter Betties? and children
Mahalia Hill and Kincaid Hill. Parents: William KINCAID and Mary CREE.

Spouse: HILL. HILL and Esther KINCAID were married. Reference Number:582370


Ferdinand KINCAID2,3 died after May 1835 in , Bath Co., VA.2,3 He is reference number 29286. [boyd-trees.ged]







! (1) "Kincaid-Lennox-Galbraith," by Herbert Clarke Kincaid (1941), taken from "Assortment o f Kincaid Papers," reprinted by Steve Kincaid (San Diego, CA, Clan Kincaid International). H. C. Kincaid was a fellow of the Institute of American Genealogy, and his paper was purchased f rom the Genealogical Book Co., Baltimore, by Mr. Hulme H. Kincaid, San Anselmo, CA.
(2) Barbara Beede, 219 N. 37th Ave, Yakima, WA 98902
(3) Jim Bailey, Kinston, NC, Fulton genealogy posted on genealogical forum at http://genfor um.familytreemaker.com, 28 Jun 1998.

! Birth: (2) s/o John KINCAID/Elizabeth HAMILTON.
Marriage to Margaret Fulton: (1) (2,3) 19 Mar 1799, Augusta Co., VA.
Death: (2) Will dtd May 1835, Bath Co., VA.

(3) Supposedly lived in the area of Bath and Highland Cos, VA before the family moved to OH . Ferdinand & Margaret may have died in VA. Parents: John (Kinkead) KINCAID and Elizabeth HAMILTON.

Spouse: Margaret FULTON. Ferdinand KINCAID and Margaret FULTON were married on 19 Mar 1799 in , Augusta Co., VA.2,3 Reference Number:547537 Children were: James KINCAID.


Frances Jane KINCAID2,3 was born on 7 Mar 1822 in , Greenbrier Co., West Virginia.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 She died on 8 May 1893.2,3 She is reference number 33668. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Virginia Genealogies, A (Trail?) List of Printed Books and Pamphlets," by
Stuart E. Brown Jr. (VA Book Co., Berryview, VA) card #642, prepared by the
University of VA, "The Renicks of Greenbrier," by B.F. Harlow Jr. (Lexington,
VA, 1951), Appendix F.

!Birth: (1) 7 Mar 1822, d/o James Kincaid/Phebe Kincaid.
Marriage to Michael Gillilan: (1)
Death: (1) 8 May 1893.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Virginia Genealogies, A (Trail?) List of Printed Books and Pamphlets," by
Stuart E. Brown Jr. (VA Book Co., Berryview, VA) card #642, prepared by the
University of VA, "The Renicks of Greenbrier," by B.F. Harlow Jr. (Lexington,
VA, 1951), Appendix F.

!Birth: (1) 7 Mar 1822, d/o James Kincaid/Phebe Kincaid.
Marriage to Michael Gillilan: (1)
Death: (1) 8 May 1893. Parents: ,Col. James KINCAID and Phebe KINCAID.

Spouse: Michael GILLILAN. Michael GILLILAN and Frances Jane KINCAID were married. Reference Number:634660


Frances Shelby KINCAID2,3 was born in , Kentucky.2,3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 29832. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Deep Roots- History and Genealogy of the Kincaid-Coyle-Darnell-Lathram-
Hart Families," by Sallye Lathram Hines (Lexington, Kentucky, 1964) p.13. Cites: (a)
Waddell's "Annals of Augusta County, Virginia," p.184, citing Elizabeth Shelby
Kincaid, ggd/o William Kincaid.

!Birth: (1) d/o William Druey Kincaid/Elizabeth Fontaine Shelby.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Deep Roots- History and Genealogy of the Kincaid-Coyle-Darnell-Lathram-
Hart Families," by Sallye Lathram Hines (Lexington, KY, 1964) p.13. Cites: (a)
Waddell's "Annals of Augusta County, Virginia," p.184, citing Elizabeth Shelby
Kincaid, ggd/o William Kincaid.

!Birth: (1) d/o William Druey Kincaid/Elizabeth Fontaine Shelby. Parents: ,Judge William Berry KINCAID and Elizabeth Fontaine SHELBY.


Francis KINCAID2,3 was born in , Woodford Co., Kentucky.2,3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 29671. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "History of Woodford County," by William R. Railey (Woodford Improvement
League, Versailles, Kentucky, 1968) p.70.

!Birth: (1) Child of John Kinkead/Margaret Trotter Blackburn.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "History of Woodford County," by William R. Railey (Woodford Improvement
League, Versailles, KY, 1968) p.70.

!Birth: (1) Child of John Kinkead/Margaret Trotter Blackburn. Parents: John KINCAID and Margaret Trotter BLACKBURN.


Franklin Thomas KINCAID2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 33010. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Louise Kincaid Randolph, 2220 W. Harvard, Siloam Springs, AR 72761 (1989).

!Birth: (1) s/o Andrew Newton Kincaid/Mary Magdalene Wickoff.
Marriage to Naoma Trotter: (1)[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) Louise Kincaid Randolph, 2220 W. Harvard, Siloam Springs, AR 72761 (1989).

!Birth: (1) s/o Andrew Newton Kincaid/Mary Magdalene Wickoff.
Marriage to Naoma Trotter: (1) Parents: Andrew Newton KINCAID and Mary Magdalene WYKOFF.

Spouse: Naoma TROTTER. Franklin Thomas KINCAID and Naoma TROTTER were married. Reference Number:622500 Children were: Living KINCAID.


George KINCAID2,3 was born in , VA.2,3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 31477. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Greenbrier Co., VA Will Bk I, p.531. FHL #595,214.
(2) "Virginia Genealogies, A (Trail?) List of Printed Books and Pamphlets," by
Stuart E. Brown Jr. (VA Book Co., Berryview, VA) card #642, prepared by the
University of VA, "The Renicks of Greenbrier," by B.F. Harlow Jr. (Lexington,
VA, 1951), Appendix F.
(3) "Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to the U.S.A.," by Donald Whyte (Magna
Carta Book Co., Baltimore, 1972). Cites: (a) "Kincaid Family Researches," by
J.K. Young, Library of Scottish Genealogy Society, 13.

!Birth: (1) s/o Samuel Kincaid. (2,3) s/o Samuel Kincaid/Margaret Clarke.
Marriage to Susie Remley: (2)

(1) 1800, 16 Mar: Samuel Kincaid wrote his will, proved Greenbrier Co., VA Jul
1819. Named wife Margaret; sons Samuel, George, James; daughters Sally Brown;
Betty Brown; Ann Kinkead. Executors, sons Samuel and James. Wits. Robert
Kincaid Jr., James Elliott Jr., W.H. Cavendish. (2) Will dtd 1816 and proved
1819. In it he divides his real estate on Anthony's Creek almost equally
between his three sons.
(2) Went west.[boyd-trees.ged]









[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) Greenbrier Co., VA Will Bk I, p.531. FHL #595,214.
(2) "Virginia Genealogies, A (Trail?) List of Printed Books and Pamphlets," by
Stuart E. Brown Jr. (VA Book Co., Berryview, VA) card #642, prepared by the
University of VA, "The Renicks of Greenbrier," by B.F. Harlow Jr. (Lexington,
VA, 1951), Appendix F.
(3) "Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to the U.S.A.," by Donald Whyte (Magna
Carta Book Co., Baltimore, 1972). Cites: (a) "Kincaid Family Researches," by
J.K. Young, Library of Scottish Genealogy Society, 13.

!Birth: (1) s/o Samuel Kincaid. (2,3) s/o Samuel Kincaid/Margaret Clarke.
Marriage to Susie Remley: (2)

(1) 1800, 16 Mar: Samuel Kincaid wrote his will, proved Greenbrier Co., VA Jul
1819. Named wife Margaret; sons Samuel, George, James; daughters Sally Brown;
Betty Brown; Ann Kinkead. Executors, sons Samuel and James. Wits. Robert
Kincaid Jr., James Elliott Jr., W.H. Cavendish. (2) Will dtd 1816 and proved
1819. In it he divides his real estate on Anthony's Creek almost equally
between his three sons.
(2) Went west. Parents: Samuel KINCAID and Margaret CLARK.

Spouse: Susie REMLEY. George KINCAID and Susie REMLEY were married. Reference Number:593062


George KINCAID2,3 was born about 1500.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 29311. [boyd-trees.ged]











! (1) "Kincaid-Lennox-Galbraith," by Herbert Clarke Kincaid (1941), taken from "Assortment o f Kincaid Papers," reprinted by Steve Kincaid (San Diego, CA, Clan Kincaid International). H. C. Kincaid was a fellow of the Institute of American Genealogy, and his paper was purchased f rom the Genealogical Book Co., Baltimore, by Mr. Hulme H. Kincaid, San Anselmo, CA.

! Birth: (1) s/o Thomas Kincaid of-that-Ilk/Margaret Setoun.[alice-boyd.FTW]

! (1) "Kincaid-Lennox-Galbraith," by Herbert Clarke Kincaid (1941), taken from "Assortment o f Kincaid Papers," reprinted by Steve Kincaid (San Diego, CA, Clan Kincaid International). H. C. Kincaid was a fellow of the Institute of American Genealogy, and his paper was purchased f rom the Genealogical Book Co., Baltimore, by Mr. Hulme H. Kincaid, San Anselmo, CA.

! Birth: (1) s/o Thomas Kincaid of-that-Ilk/Margaret Setoun. Parents: Of-That-Ilk Thomas KINCAID and Margaret SETOUN.


George KINCAID2,3 was born about 1705 in Edinburgh, Scotland.2,3 He died in 1756 in , Alleghany Co., VA.2,3 He is reference number 33636. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Virginia Genealogies, A (Trail?) List of Printed Books and Pamphlets," by
Stuart E. Brown Jr. (VA Book Co., Berryview, VA) card #642, prepared by the
University of VA, "The Renicks of Greenbrier," by B.F. Harlow Jr. (Lexington,
VA, 1951), Appendix F. (a) Chalkley.
(2) "Kincaid-Lennox-Galbraith," by Herbert Clarke Kincaid (1941), taken from
"Assortment of Kincaid Papers," reprinted by Steve Kincaid (San Diego, CA, Clan
Kincaid International). H.C. Kincaid was a fellow of the Institute of American
Genealogy, and his paper was purchased from the Genealogical Book Co.,
Baltimore, by Mr. Hulme H. Kincaid, San Anselmo, CA.
(3) "Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to the U.S.A.," by Donald Whyte (Magna
Carta Book Co., Baltimore, 1972). Cites: (a) "Kincaid Family Researches," by
J.K. Young, Library of Scottish Genealogy Society, 9.

!Birth: (1,2,3) s/o Alexander Kincaid of Edinburgh, Scotland.
Death: (1,3) 1756. (1) Killed in an Indian raid.

(1,2) 1745, Dec: When Charles Stuart attempted to retake his throne and was
defeated at Stirlingshire, Scotland, four of the sons of Alexander Kincaid
joined him and fought under Cluny MacPherson in the rear-guard action following
Stuart's retreat, where they were captured. All this took place within a few
miles of Kincaid, and the family retainers soon learned of the capture. The
wives of the two married brothers, Samuel and George, were taken to Glascow
with some of their furniture, and the four brothers, Samuel, George, James and
Robert, were spirited out of the English camp, and all of them put on board
ship. (3) Jacobite. From Edinburgh.
(1,2,3) 1746: (1,2) They came to VA, fairly well supplied with "siller," and on
the advice of their uncle David, settled in Augusta Co. (3) Settled in Augusta
Co., VA.
(1) Settled on Jackson's River, in what is now Alleghany Co., VA, near Falling
Spring, about 7 miles below Covington.
(1) 1756: He was killed in and Indian raid and his wife and three children were
captured by the savages and returned in 1764 under the terms of Bouquet's
treaty.
(1a) 1756: John Dean administrator of his estate.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Virginia Genealogies, A (Trail?) List of Printed Books and Pamphlets," by
Stuart E. Brown Jr. (VA Book Co., Berryview, VA) card #642, prepared by the
University of VA, "The Renicks of Greenbrier," by B.F. Harlow Jr. (Lexington,
VA, 1951), Appendix F. (a) Chalkley.
(2) "Kincaid-Lennox-Galbraith," by Herbert Clarke Kincaid (1941), taken from
"Assortment of Kincaid Papers," reprinted by Steve Kincaid (San Diego, CA, Clan
Kincaid International). H.C. Kincaid was a fellow of the Institute of American
Genealogy, and his paper was purchased from the Genealogical Book Co.,
Baltimore, by Mr. Hulme H. Kincaid, San Anselmo, CA.
(3) "Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to the U.S.A.," by Donald Whyte (Magna
Carta Book Co., Baltimore, 1972). Cites: (a) "Kincaid Family Researches," by
J.K. Young, Library of Scottish Genealogy Society, 9.

!Birth: (1,2,3) s/o Alexander Kincaid of Edinburgh, Scotland.
Death: (1,3) 1756. (1) Killed in an Indian raid.

(1,2) 1745, Dec: When Charles Stuart attempted to retake his throne and was
defeated at Stirlingshire, Scotland, four of the sons of Alexander Kincaid
joined him and fought under Cluny MacPherson in the rear-guard action following
Stuart's retreat, where they were captured. All this took place within a few
miles of Kincaid, and the family retainers soon learned of the capture. The
wives of the two married brothers, Samuel and George, were taken to Glascow
with some of their furniture, and the four brothers, Samuel, George, James and
Robert, were spirited out of the English camp, and all of them put on board
ship. (3) Jacobite. From Edinburgh.
(1,2,3) 1746: (1,2) They came to VA, fairly well supplied with "siller," and on
the advice of their uncle David, settled in Augusta Co. (3) Settled in Augusta
Co., VA.
(1) Settled on Jackson's River, in what is now Alleghany Co., VA, near Falling
Spring, about 7 miles below Covington.
(1) 1756: He was killed in and Indian raid and his wife and three children were
captured by the savages and returned in 1764 under the terms of Bouquet's
treaty.
(1a) 1756: John Dean administrator of his estate. Parents: Alexander KINCAID.

Children were: Samuel KINCAID.


George KINCAID2,3 was born between 1744 and 1746.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 He died Unknown in , Greenbrier Co., West Virginia.2,3 He is reference number 33651. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) D.A.R. Patriot Index, Vol. I (1966) p.387.
(2) "Virginia Genealogies, A (Trail?) List of Printed Books and Pamphlets," by
Stuart E. Brown Jr. (VA Book Co., Berryview, VA) card #642, prepared by the
University of VA, "The Renicks of Greenbrier," by B.F. Harlow Jr. (Lexington,
VA, 1951), Appendix F. Cites: (a) Pittsburgh Papers #31, VA State Library,
Capt. John Wilson's Roll. (b) Greenbrier Co., VA Land Entry Book No. 1, p.268.
(c) Chalkley II, p.419.
(3) "Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to the U.S.A.," by Donald Whyte (Magna
Carta Book Co., Baltimore, 1972). Cites: (a) "Kincaid Family Researches," by
J.K. Young, Library of Scottish Genealogy Society, 13.

!Birth: (1) c.1744/6. (2) Probably Scotland, possibly Augusta Co., VA. (2,3) s/o
Samuel Kincaid.
Marriage to Margaret Renick: (1) (2) About 1770.
Death: (2) Greenbrier Co., VA.

(1) Private, VA, Revolutionary War. (2) Served under Sergeant Samuel Clarke
and Capt. Robert McClanachan, Greenbrier Valley Volunteers, Botetourt Co.,
VA Regiment, at the Battle of Point Pleasant.
(2b) 1786, Sep: Entered 200 acres, Greenbrier Co., VA, VA Military Warrant
#15020.
(2) Inherited nothing from his father, who died intestate, his brother Samuel
claiming the estate as heir-at-law.
(2c) 1803, Jun: Sampson Archer and his children and George Kincaid and children
were some of the poor entitled under the will of John Archer, Augusta Co., VA.
(2) Had 11 boys and 2 girls.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) D.A.R. Patriot Index, Vol. I (1966) p.387.
(2) "Virginia Genealogies, A (Trail?) List of Printed Books and Pamphlets," by
Stuart E. Brown Jr. (VA Book Co., Berryview, VA) card #642, prepared by the
University of VA, "The Renicks of Greenbrier," by B.F. Harlow Jr. (Lexington,
VA, 1951), Appendix F. Cites: (a) Pittsburgh Papers #31, VA State Library,
Capt. John Wilson's Roll. (b) Greenbrier Co., VA Land Entry Book No. 1, p.268.
(c) Chalkley II, p.419.
(3) "Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to the U.S.A.," by Donald Whyte (Magna
Carta Book Co., Baltimore, 1972). Cites: (a) "Kincaid Family Researches," by
J.K. Young, Library of Scottish Genealogy Society, 13.

!Birth: (1) c.1744/6. (2) Probably Scotland, possibly Augusta Co., VA. (2,3) s/o
Samuel Kincaid.
Marriage to Margaret Renick: (1) (2) About 1770.
Death: (2) Greenbrier Co., VA.

(1) Private, VA, Revolutionary War. (2) Served under Sergeant Samuel Clarke
and Capt. Robert McClanachan, Greenbrier Valley Volunteers, Botetourt Co.,
VA Regiment, at the Battle of Point Pleasant.
(2b) 1786, Sep: Entered 200 acres, Greenbrier Co., VA, VA Military Warrant
#15020.
(2) Inherited nothing from his father, who died intestate, his brother Samuel
claiming the estate as heir-at-law.
(2c) 1803, Jun: Sampson Archer and his children and George Kincaid and children
were some of the poor entitled under the will of John Archer, Augusta Co., VA.
(2) Had 11 boys and 2 girls. Parents: Samuel KINCAID.

Spouse: Margaret RENICK. George KINCAID and Margaret RENICK were married about 1770 in , VA.2,3 Reference Number:633850 Children were: Phebe KINCAID, Hugh KINCAID.


George Blackburn KINCAID2,3 was born on 25 Sep 1811 in Cane Spring, Woodford Co., Kentucky.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 He died on 11 Nov 1877 in Lexington, Fayette Co., Kentucky.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 He was also known as Kinkead. He was buried Unknown in Lexington Cem., Lexington, Fayette Co., Kentucky.2,3 He is reference number 29670. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial]2,3 [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "History of Woodford County," by William R. Railey (Woodford Improvement
League, Versailles, Kentucky, 1968) p.70.
(2) Chester Co., Pennsylvania Genealogical Soc. Genealogical and Biographical Records
File, FHL #561,704. Cites: (a) Mrs. Addavale Kincaid Hunt, Chicago, IL, 1933,
who cites VA Records, Family Bibles, and state records at Edinburgh, Scotland.
(3) "Kentucky Cemetery Records," Vol. 1, D.A.R. (1960) p.151. Lexington
Cemetery, Fayette Co.
(4) "Kentucky Marriages 1797-1865," comp. by G. Glenn Clift (Reprint, Register
of KY Historical Soc., 1938-1940; Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore,1978)
p.122. Cites: (a) "The Lexington Observer & Reporter," 7 Nov 1846.
(5) "History of Fayette Co., Kentucky," by Robert Peter, M.D. (O.L. Baskin &
Co., Chicago, 1882) p.349-350.
(6) "Genealogies of Kentucky Families from Filson Club History Quarterly"
(Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1981) p.335,356.

!Birth: (1,2a,6) s/o John Kinkead/Margaret Trotter Blackburn. (2a,3,6) 25 Sep
1811, Cane Spring, Woodford Co., Kentucky. (5) Woodford Co., Kentucky. In his 63rd year at
death on 9 Nov 1877 (b. 1814).
Marriage to Eliza Anderson Pearce: (1) (2a,4a,6) 20 Oct 1846, Louisville, Kentucky.
(2a) By Rev. Talbott.
Death: (2a,3,6) 11 Nov 1877. (5) 9 Nov 1877. (6) Lexington, Kentucky.
Burial: (2a) Lexington, Kentucky. (3) Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, Fayette Co., Kentucky.

(5) Graduated from Transylvania University.
(5) Studied law under Judge John BOYLE.
(5) When a young man, served as Commonwealth's Attorney.
(4a) 1846: Was Secretary of State of KY. (5) Secretary of State under Gov.
OWSLEY.
(5) Professor in Law College of Transylvania.
(5) Elder, First Presbyterian Church of Lexington, Kentucky.
(2a) Had 13 children.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "History of Woodford County," by William R. Railey (Woodford Improvement
League, Versailles, KY, 1968) p.70.
(2) Chester Co., PA Genealogical Soc. Genealogical and Biographical Records
File, FHL #561,704. Cites: (a) Mrs. Addavale Kincaid Hunt, Chicago, IL, 1933,
who cites VA Records, Family Bibles, and state records at Edinburgh, Scotland.
(3) "Kentucky Cemetery Records," Vol. 1, D.A.R. (1960) p.151. Lexington
Cemetery, Fayette Co.
(4) "Kentucky Marriages 1797-1865," comp. by G. Glenn Clift (Reprint, Register
of KY Historical Soc., 1938-1940; Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore,1978)
p.122. Cites: (a) "The Lexington Observer & Reporter," 7 Nov 1846.
(5) "History of Fayette Co., Kentucky," by Robert Peter, M.D. (O.L. Baskin &
Co., Chicago, 1882) p.349-350.
(6) "Genealogies of Kentucky Families from Filson Club History Quarterly"
(Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1981) p.335,356.

!Birth: (1,2a,6) s/o John Kinkead/Margaret Trotter Blackburn. (2a,3,6) 25 Sep
1811, Cane Spring, Woodford Co., KY. (5) Woodford Co., KY. In his 63rd year at
death on 9 Nov 1877 (b. 1814).
Marriage to Eliza Anderson Pearce: (1) (2a,4a,6) 20 Oct 1846, Louisville, KY.
(2a) By Rev. Talbott.
Death: (2a,3,6) 11 Nov 1877. (5) 9 Nov 1877. (6) Lexington, KY.
Burial: (2a) Lexington, KY. (3) Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, Fayette Co., KY.

(5) Graduated from Transylvania University.
(5) Studied law under Judge John BOYLE.
(5) When a young man, served as Commonwealth's Attorney.
(4a) 1846: Was Secretary of State of KY. (5) Secretary of State under Gov.
OWSLEY.
(5) Professor in Law College of Transylvania.
(5) Elder, First Presbyterian Church of Lexington, KY.
(2a) Had 13 children. Parents: John KINCAID and Margaret Trotter BLACKBURN.

Spouse: Eliza Anderson PEARCE. George Blackburn KINCAID and Eliza Anderson PEARCE were married on 20 Oct 1846 in Louisville, Jefferson Co., Kentucky.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 Reference Number:556166


George Blackburn KINCAID2,3 was born on 10 Feb 1849 in , Fayette Co., Kentucky.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 29831. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Deep Roots- History and Genealogy of the Kincaid-Coyle-Darnell-Lathram-
Hart Families," by Sallye Lathram Hines (Lexington, Kentucky, 1964) p.13. Cites: (a)
Waddell's "Annals of Augusta County, Virginia," p.184, citing Elizabeth Shelby
Kincaid, ggd/o William Kincaid.
(2) "History of Fayette Co., Kentucky," by Robert Peter, M.D. (O.L. Baskin &
Co., Chicago, 1882) p.640.

!Birth: (1) s/o William Druey Kincaid/Elizabeth Fontaine Shelby. (2) 10 Feb
1849, Fayette Co., Kentucky, s/o William Berry Kinkead/Elizabeth Shleby.

(2) c.1866: At age 17, entered Princeton College, NJ.
(2) 1870: Graduated from Princeton.
(2) Returned to Lexington, Kentucky and studied law in his father's office.
(2) 1872, 29 Feb: Admitted to the bar and immediately entered into partnership
with his father.
(2) 1876: Chosen by the Lexington City Council as Judge of the Recorder's
Court.
(2) 1879: Chosen by the Lexington City Council as Judge of the Recorder's
Court.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Deep Roots- History and Genealogy of the Kincaid-Coyle-Darnell-Lathram-
Hart Families," by Sallye Lathram Hines (Lexington, KY, 1964) p.13. Cites: (a)
Waddell's "Annals of Augusta County, Virginia," p.184, citing Elizabeth Shelby
Kincaid, ggd/o William Kincaid.
(2) "History of Fayette Co., Kentucky," by Robert Peter, M.D. (O.L. Baskin &
Co., Chicago, 1882) p.640.

!Birth: (1) s/o William Druey Kincaid/Elizabeth Fontaine Shelby. (2) 10 Feb
1849, Fayette Co., KY, s/o William Berry Kinkead/Elizabeth Shleby.

(2) c.1866: At age 17, entered Princeton College, NJ.
(2) 1870: Graduated from Princeton.
(2) Returned to Lexington, KY and studied law in his father's office.
(2) 1872, 29 Feb: Admitted to the bar and immediately entered into partnership
with his father.
(2) 1876: Chosen by the Lexington City Council as Judge of the Recorder's
Court.
(2) 1879: Chosen by the Lexington City Council as Judge of the Recorder's
Court. Parents: ,Judge William Berry KINCAID and Elizabeth Fontaine SHELBY.


George W. KINCAID2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 46483. [boyd-trees.ged]









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!(1) "Virginia Soldiers of 1776," by Burgess, p.1780-785.

!Birth: (1) s/o __ Kinkead/Elizabeth Wilson.
Marriage to __ __: (1) Widower in 1833.

(1) 1831, 8 Mar: Lawrence Minor of Greene Co., PA, deposed in Dauphin Co., PA
that he was a grandson of Col. George Wilson, that Col. George Wilson died
leaving 8 children: William George, John, Sarah, Jane, Phoebe, Agnes, Elizabeth
and Mary Ann. Of these children there were 4 living, William George, Jane
Minor (mother of the deponent, residing in Greene Co., PA), Sarah Darlington
who married Joseph Darlington and resides in West Union, OH, Phoebe Turney of
TN who married Dr. Turney of TN now deceased. Elizabeth who is dead married Mr.
Kinkead and had several children, the names of whom the deponent did not know
except William and George, both living. Elizabeth Kinkead, now dead, had
children living in IN, IL and OH.
(1) 1832, 2 Aug: Whereas an application is now pending before the Executive and
Council of VA by the children and heirs of Col. George Wilson, an officer of
the VA line, and whereas Elizabeth Kinkade, late Elizabeth Wilson, one of the
children of said Col. George Wilson, is dead, and the undersigned George W.
Kinkade, agent for the heirs of said Elizabeth, appoints William G. Hawkins of
Green Co., PA, our lawful attorney. Signed George W. Kinkade. Acknowledged
before the Justices of Lawrence Co., IL.
(1) 1833, 9 Apr: William G. Hawkins deposed in open court, Alleghany Co., PA,
that his aunt, Elizabeth Kincade, was one of the children of George Wilson, to
whose children land has been awarded by the State of VA; that said Elizabeth
Kincade is now dead, and that the following children of Elizabeth are entitled
to bounty warrants: George W. Kincade, widower, Alcy Miller and Nancy Orr,
widows, all of Lawrence Co., IL.; also Elizabeth Pottenger, widow of Butler
Co., OH; Jane McAllister and Mary Ann Patterson, widows, of Henderson Co., KY;
Phoebe Pottenger, widow, of Hamilton Co., OH. Elizabeth Kincade died
intestate.
(1) 1833, 15 Jul: William G. Hawkins wrote to Charles S. Morgan, Richmond, VA,
in a letter dtd Pittsburgh, PA, "During your absense, Mr. Hayward returned two
warrants for the purpose of being subdivided. I wish the warrants issued to
the heirs of Elizabeth Kincade divided thus: 1st, the shares of George W.
Kincade, Elizabeth and Phoebe Pottinger, Nancy Orr and Alcy Miller to be
embraced in one warrant, and the shares of Mrs. McCallister and Mrs. Mary Ann
Patterson in another.... The reason why the division is asked... in the
former case, Mrs. McCallaster and Mrs. Patterson remotely from the others, and
they are all so needy, they desire to avoid delay."
(1) 1833, 20 Aug: Elijah Haywood, Commissioner, General Land Office, returned
warrant 7326 together with evidence of heirship for subdivision at the request
of William G. Hawkins.
(1) 1833, 30 Aug: In exchange for Warrant 7326, Warrant No. 133 was issued to
George W. Kincade, Elizabeth Pottinger, Phoebe Pottinger, Nancy Orr and Alcy
Miller. Warrant No. 134 was issued to Jane W. McCallister and Mary Ann
Patterson.



!(1) "Virginia Soldiers of 1776," by Burgess, p.1780-785.

!Birth: (1) s/o __ Kinkead/Elizabeth Wilson.
Marriage to __ __: (1) Widower in 1833.

(1) 1831, 8 Mar: Lawrence Minor of Greene Co., PA, deposed in Dauphin Co., Pennsylvania
that he was a grandson of Col. George Wilson, that Col. George Wilson died
leaving 8 children: William George, John, Sarah, Jane, Phoebe, Agnes, Elizabeth
and Mary Ann. Of these children there were 4 living, William George, Jane
Minor (mother of the deponent, residing in Greene Co., PA), Sarah Darlington
who married Joseph Darlington and resides in West Union, OH, Phoebe Turney of
TN who married Dr. Turney of TN now deceased. Elizabeth who is dead married Mr.
Kinkead and had several children, the names of whom the deponent did not know
except William and George, both living. Elizabeth Kinkead, now dead, had
children living in IN, IL and OH.
(1) 1832, 2 Aug: Whereas an application is now pending before the Executive and
Council of VA by the children and heirs of Col. George Wilson, an officer of
the VA line, and whereas Elizabeth Kinkade, late Elizabeth Wilson, one of the
children of said Col. George Wilson, is dead, and the undersigned George W.
Kinkade, agent for the heirs of said Elizabeth, appoints William G. Hawkins of
Green Co., PA, our lawful attorney. Signed George W. Kinkade. Acknowledged
before the Justices of Lawrence Co., IL.
(1) 1833, 9 Apr: William G. Hawkins deposed in open court, Alleghany Co., PA,
that his aunt, Elizabeth Kincade, was one of the children of George Wilson, to
whose children land has been awarded by the State of VA; that said Elizabeth
Kincade is now dead, and that the following children of Elizabeth are entitled
to bounty warrants: George W. Kincade, widower, Alcy Miller and Nancy Orr,
widows, all of Lawrence Co., IL.; also Elizabeth Pottenger, widow of Butler
Co., OH; Jane McAllister and Mary Ann Patterson, widows, of Henderson Co., Kentucky;
Phoebe Pottenger, widow, of Hamilton Co., OH. Elizabeth Kincade died
intestate.
(1) 1833, 15 Jul: William G. Hawkins wrote to Charles S. Morgan, Richmond, VA,
in a letter dtd Pittsburgh, PA, "During your absense, Mr. Hayward returned two
warrants for the purpose of being subdivided. I wish the warrants issued to
the heirs of Elizabeth Kincade divided thus: 1st, the shares of George W.
Kincade, Elizabeth and Phoebe Pottinger, Nancy Orr and Alcy Miller to be
embraced in one warrant, and the shares of Mrs. McCallister and Mrs. Mary Ann
Patterson in another.... The reason why the division is asked... in the
former case, Mrs. McCallaster and Mrs. Patterson remotely from the others, and
they are all so needy, they desire to avoid delay."
(1) 1833, 20 Aug: Elijah Haywood, Commissioner, General Land Office, returned
warrant 7326 together with evidence of heirship for subdivision at the request
of William G. Hawkins.
(1) 1833, 30 Aug: In exchange for Warrant 7326, Warrant No. 133 was issued to
George W. Kincade, Elizabeth Pottinger, Phoebe Pottinger, Nancy Orr and Alcy
Miller. Warrant No. 134 was issued to Jane W. McCallister and Mary Ann
Patterson. Parents: Samuel KINCAID and Elizabeth WILSON.


Guy KINCAID2,3 was born on 14 Mar 1779 in , Augusta Co., VA.2,3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 31214. [boyd-trees.ged]











! (1) "Historical Collections of Brown County, Ohio," by Carl N. Thompson (Hammer Graphics , Piqua, OH, 1969) p.6.
(2) "History of Woodford County," by William R. Railey (Woodford Improvement League, Versai lles, Kentucky, 1968) p.70.
(3) "Genealogies of Kentucky Families from the Register of the Kentucky Historical Society " (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1981) Vol. O-Y, Appendix C, p.757-761, "The Families Kin kead, Stephenson, Garrett, Martin and Dunlap," by Laura Kinkead Walton.
(4) "Deep Roots- History and Genealogy of the Kincaid-Coyle-Darnell-Lathram-Hart Families, " by Sallye Lathram Hines (Lexington, Kentucky, 1964) p.13. Cites: (a) Waddell's "Annals of August a County, Virginia," p.184, citing Elizabeth Shelby Kincaid, ggd/o William Kincaid.
(5) Helen Wood, 105 Walnut Dr., Paragould, AR 72450-3924 (1997). Cites: (a) "Genealogies o f Some KY families," p.758-761. (b) "History of Rockbridge Co., VA," p.253. (c) "The Scotch-I rish in VA," by Chalkley, p.39.

! Birth: (1,3) 14 Mar 1779. (1,2,3,4a,5) s/o William Kinkead/Eleanor Guy. (2) VA. (4a) 4 Ma r 1779.
Marriage to Lovie DICTUM: (5)[alice-boyd.FTW]

! (1) "Historical Collections of Brown County, Ohio," by Carl N. Thompson (Hammer Graphics , Piqua, OH, 1969) p.6.
(2) "History of Woodford County," by William R. Railey (Woodford Improvement League, Versai lles, KY, 1968) p.70.
(3) "Genealogies of Kentucky Families from the Register of the Kentucky Historical Society " (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1981) Vol. O-Y, Appendix C, p.757-761, "The Families Kin kead, Stephenson, Garrett, Martin and Dunlap," by Laura Kinkead Walton.
(4) "Deep Roots- History and Genealogy of the Kincaid-Coyle-Darnell-Lathram-Hart Families, " by Sallye Lathram Hines (Lexington, KY, 1964) p.13. Cites: (a) Waddell's "Annals of August a County, Virginia," p.184, citing Elizabeth Shelby Kincaid, ggd/o William Kincaid.
(5) Helen Wood, 105 Walnut Dr., Paragould, AR 72450-3924 (1997). Cites: (a) "Genealogies o f Some KY families," p.758-761. (b) "History of Rockbridge Co., VA," p.253. (c) "The Scotch-I rish in VA," by Chalkley, p.39.

! Birth: (1,3) 14 Mar 1779. (1,2,3,4a,5) s/o William Kinkead/Eleanor Guy. (2) VA. (4a) 4 Ma r 1779.
Marriage to Lovie DICTUM: (5) Parents: ,Sr. William KINCAID and Eleanor (Guy) GAY.

Spouse: Lovie DICTUM. Guy KINCAID and Lovie DICTUM were married. Reference Number:575828


Guy KINCAID2,3 was born about 1792.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 45957. [boyd-trees.ged]









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!(1) "Historical Collections of Brown County, Ohio," by Carl N. Thompson
(Hammer Graphics, Piqua, OH, 1969) p.6.

!Birth: (1) s/o William Kinkead/Annie Dunlap.



!(1) "Historical Collections of Brown County, Ohio," by Carl N. Thompson
(Hammer Graphics, Piqua, OH, 1969) p.6.

!Birth: (1) s/o William Kinkead/Annie Dunlap. Parents: William KINCAID and Annie DUNLAP.


Guy Hamilton KINCAID2,3 was born about 1806.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 29343. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "First Marriage Record of Augusta County, Virginia 1785-1813" (D.A.R.,
Augusta Co., VA, 1970) p.56.
(2) "Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia," Vol. 1, by Lyman
Chalkley (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1980) p.535-536. File 926, spa.
1814.

!Birth: (1) s/o Robert Kincaid/Peggy Lockridge.

(1) 1814: Suit in Augusta Co., VA court, Lockridge's widow vs. Lockridge's
heirs. Elizabeth Lockridge, widow of Samuel Lockridge who died Dec 1812,
leaving 14 children. He left in Augusta Co., VA 425 acres, 125 of which he
bought from John Montgomery but received no title. Montgomery, administrator
of Samuel's estate. The heirs are, viz: Eleanor, Polly, Catherine, Samuel,
Savannah and Allen Lockridge, all infants; and Alice wife of Andrew Guyto;
Nancy wife of Thomas Kincaid; Jane wife of William Fulton - who all moved to
OH; and these adults, viz: Andrew Lockridge; Betsey wife of Thomas Gwynn; Sally
wife of Robert Gwynn; Rebecca wife of William Kincaid; also a grandchild, Guy
Hamilton Kincaid, son to daughter Peggy, who was wife to Robert Kincaid, who
survived her.

[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "First Marriage Record of Augusta County, Virginia 1785-1813" (D.A.R.,
Augusta Co., VA, 1970) p.56.
(2) "Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia," Vol. 1, by Lyman
Chalkley (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1980) p.535-536. File 926, spa.
1814.

!Birth: (1) s/o Robert Kincaid/Peggy Lockridge.

(1) 1814: Suit in Augusta Co., VA court, Lockridge's widow vs. Lockridge's
heirs. Elizabeth Lockridge, widow of Samuel Lockridge who died Dec 1812,
leaving 14 children. He left in Augusta Co., VA 425 acres, 125 of which he
bought from John Montgomery but received no title. Montgomery, administrator
of Samuel's estate. The heirs are, viz: Eleanor, Polly, Catherine, Samuel,
Savannah and Allen Lockridge, all infants; and Alice wife of Andrew Guyto;
Nancy wife of Thomas Kincaid; Jane wife of William Fulton - who all moved to
OH; and these adults, viz: Andrew Lockridge; Betsey wife of Thomas Gwynn; Sally
wife of Robert Gwynn; Rebecca wife of William Kincaid; also a grandchild, Guy
Hamilton Kincaid, son to daughter Peggy, who was wife to Robert Kincaid, who
survived her. Parents: Robert (Kinkead) KINCAID and Peggy LOCKRIDGE.


Hannah KINCAID2,3 was born about 1782 in , Pennsylvania.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 32256. [boyd-trees.ged]











! (1) Mary Kemmerle, 2089 Eaton Ave., San Carlos, CA 94070.
(2) Revolutionary War Pension Records of John Kincaid. FHL #971,492.
(3) 1860 census, Fawn Twp., Allegheny Co., PA. Household of Hugh Torrence.

! Birth: (1) d/o John Kincaid of Mifflin Twp. (3) Age 78 in 1860 (b. 1782), PA.
Marriage to Hugh Torrence: (1)

(2) 1850, 14 Oct: Only surviving heirs of John Kincaid were Hannah Torrence and Elizabeth D uncan.
(3) 1860: Hugh Torrence, age 79 (b. 1781), b. PA, farmer, living in Fawn Twp., Allegheny Co ., PA. Also in household, surname Torrence: Hannah, 78, Pennsylvania (b. 1782), (spinet? spinster?); Na ncy S., 40, Pennsylvania (b. 1820), housekeeper; Hannah Jr., 25, Pennsylvania (b. 1835), housekeeper. (NOTE: Th e word "spinet" or "spinter" was listed by the name of the wife for other households in the s ame census.)[alice-boyd.FTW]

! (1) Mary Kemmerle, 2089 Eaton Ave., San Carlos, CA 94070.
(2) Revolutionary War Pension Records of John Kincaid. FHL #971,492.
(3) 1860 census, Fawn Twp., Allegheny Co., PA. Household of Hugh Torrence.

! Birth: (1) d/o John Kincaid of Mifflin Twp. (3) Age 78 in 1860 (b. 1782), PA.
Marriage to Hugh Torrence: (1)

(2) 1850, 14 Oct: Only surviving heirs of John Kincaid were Hannah Torrence and Elizabeth D uncan.
(3) 1860: Hugh Torrence, age 79 (b. 1781), b. PA, farmer, living in Fawn Twp., Allegheny Co ., PA. Also in household, surname Torrence: Hannah, 78, PA (b. 1782), (spinet? spinster?); Na ncy S., 40, PA (b. 1820), housekeeper; Hannah Jr., 25, PA (b. 1835), housekeeper. (NOTE: Th e word "spinet" or "spinter" was listed by the name of the wife for other households in the s ame census.) Parents: John KINCAID and Elizabeth.

Spouse: Hugh TORRENCE. Hugh TORRENCE and Hannah KINCAID were married in , Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 Reference Number:607902


Harriet KINCAID2,3 was born in , Greenbrier Co., WV.2,3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 43793. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 [boyd-trees.ged]









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! (1) "West Virginia Heritage Encyclopedia," Supplemental Vol. 6, ed. & pub. by Jim Comstoc k (Richmond, WV 1883-1974) p.192. Biography of Adam Dean Kincaid.

! Birth: (1) d/o James Kincaid/Elizabeth Dean.
Marriage to Henry Fulwider: (1)



!(1) "West Virginia Heritage Encyclopedia," Supplemental Vol. 6, ed. & pub.
by Jim Comstock (Richmond, West Virginia 1883-1974) p.192. Biography of Adam Dean
Kincaid.

!Birth: (1) d/o James Kincaid/Elizabeth Dean.
Marriage to Henry Fulwider: (1) Parents: James KINCAID and Elizabeth DEAN.

Spouse: Henry FULWIDER. Henry FULWIDER and Harriet KINCAID were married. Reference Number:558748


Harriet KINCAID2,3 died on 10 Nov 1884 in Crete, Saline Co., NE.2,3 She is reference number 32382. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B.
Stivers (West Union, OH, 1900) p.259-260.
(2) Chester Co., Pennsylvania Genealogical Soc. Genealogical and Biographical Records
File, FHL #561,704. Cites: (a) "Descendants of Robert and John Poage."

!Birth: (2a) d/o Andrew Kincaid/Ann Poage.
Marriage to Abraham Shepherd: (1,2a) 19 Oct 1819. (2a) 2nd wife of Capt.
Abram Shephers.
Death: (1,2a) 10 Nov 1884. (1) At the residence of her two children Andrew and
Martha Ann Shepherd in Crete, Nebraska.

(2a) 1834: Went to Granville, IL.
(2a) Had 2 children.

[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "A History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B.
Stivers (West Union, OH, 1900) p.259-260.
(2) Chester Co., PA Genealogical Soc. Genealogical and Biographical Records
File, FHL #561,704. Cites: (a) "Descendants of Robert and John Poage."

!Birth: (2a) d/o Andrew Kincaid/Ann Poage.
Marriage to Abraham Shepherd: (1,2a) 19 Oct 1819. (2a) 2nd wife of Capt.
Abram Shephers.
Death: (1,2a) 10 Nov 1884. (1) At the residence of her two children Andrew and
Martha Ann Shepherd in Crete, Nebraska.

(2a) 1834: Went to Granville, IL.
(2a) Had 2 children. Parents: Andrew KINCAID and Ann POAGE.

Spouse: Abraham SHEPHERD. Abraham SHEPHERD and Harriet KINCAID were married on 19 Oct 1819 in , OH.2,3 Reference Number:610005


Harriet Frances KINCAID2,3 was born in , VA.2,3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 33660. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Virginia Genealogies, A (Trail?) List of Printed Books and Pamphlets," by
Stuart E. Brown Jr. (VA Book Co., Berryview, VA) card #642, prepared by the
University of VA, "The Renicks of Greenbrier," by B.F. Harlow Jr. (Lexington,
VA, 1951), Appendix F.
(2) "Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to the U.S.A.," by Donald Whyte (Magna
Carta Book Co., Baltimore, 1972). Cites: (a) "Kincaid Family Researches," by
J.K. Young, Library of Scottish Genealogy Society, 13.

!Birth: (1,2) d/o Samuel Kincaid/Margaret Clarke.
Marriage to Lanty Scott: (1)[boyd-trees.ged]









[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Virginia Genealogies, A (Trail?) List of Printed Books and Pamphlets," by
Stuart E. Brown Jr. (VA Book Co., Berryview, VA) card #642, prepared by the
University of VA, "The Renicks of Greenbrier," by B.F. Harlow Jr. (Lexington,
VA, 1951), Appendix F.
(2) "Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to the U.S.A.," by Donald Whyte (Magna
Carta Book Co., Baltimore, 1972). Cites: (a) "Kincaid Family Researches," by
J.K. Young, Library of Scottish Genealogy Society, 13.

!Birth: (1,2) d/o Samuel Kincaid/Margaret Clarke.
Marriage to Lanty Scott: (1) Parents: Samuel KINCAID and Margaret CLARK.

Spouse: Lanty SCOTT. Lanty SCOTT and Harriet Frances KINCAID were married. Reference Number:634470


Hobson KINCAID2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 31468. [boyd-trees.ged]











! (1) "Kincaid-Lennox-Galbraith," by Herbert Clarke Kincaid (1941), taken from "Assortment o f Kincaid Papers," reprinted by Steve Kincaid (San Diego, CA, Clan Kincaid International). H. C. Kincaid was a fellow of the Institute of American Genealogy, and his paper was purchased f rom the Genealogical Book Co., Baltimore, by Mr. Hulme H. Kincaid, San Anselmo, CA. Cites: (a ) Bath Co., VA Will Bk I, p.212.
(2) "The Kentucky Land Grants," by Willard Rouse Jillson (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore , 1971) p.347, Grants South of Green River. Cites: (a) Book 4, p.496,497,499.

! Birth: (1) s/o David Kincaid/Winnifred Hobson.

(1a) 1779, 27 Jan: David KINKEAD wrote his will, recorded Bath Co., VA. Gives to Hobson Kin caid his Dun Colt and rifle gun.
(2) 1799, 26 Feb: Hopson Kincade granted 200 acres on Sinking Creek in Green Co., Kentucky.
(2) 1804, 2 Nov: Hopson Kincade granted 130 acres on Skeggs Creek, Barren Co., Kentucky.
(2) 1807, 18 Oct: Hopson Kincade granted 80 acres on Skeggs Creek, Barren Co., Kentucky.[alice-boyd.FTW]

! (1) "Kincaid-Lennox-Galbraith," by Herbert Clarke Kincaid (1941), taken from "Assortment o f Kincaid Papers," reprinted by Steve Kincaid (San Diego, CA, Clan Kincaid International). H. C. Kincaid was a fellow of the Institute of American Genealogy, and his paper was purchased f rom the Genealogical Book Co., Baltimore, by Mr. Hulme H. Kincaid, San Anselmo, CA. Cites: (a ) Bath Co., VA Will Bk I, p.212.
(2) "The Kentucky Land Grants," by Willard Rouse Jillson (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore , 1971) p.347, Grants South of Green River. Cites: (a) Book 4, p.496,497,499.

! Birth: (1) s/o David Kincaid/Winnifred Hobson.

(1a) 1779, 27 Jan: David KINKEAD wrote his will, recorded Bath Co., VA. Gives to Hobson Kin caid his Dun Colt and rifle gun.
(2) 1799, 26 Feb: Hopson Kincade granted 200 acres on Sinking Creek in Green Co., KY.
(2) 1804, 2 Nov: Hopson Kincade granted 130 acres on Skeggs Creek, Barren Co., KY.
(2) 1807, 18 Oct: Hopson Kincade granted 80 acres on Skeggs Creek, Barren Co., KY. Parents: David KINCAID and Winnifred HOBSON.


Hugh KINCAID2,3 was born in , VA.2,3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 33654. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Virginia Genealogies, A (Trail?) List of Printed Books and Pamphlets," by
Stuart E. Brown Jr. (VA Book Co., Berryview, VA) card #642, prepared by the
University of VA, "The Renicks of Greenbrier," by B.F. Harlow Jr. (Lexington,
VA, 1951), Appendix F.
(2) "Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to the U.S.A.," by Donald Whyte (Magna
Carta Book Co., Baltimore, 1972). Cites: (a) "Kincaid Family Researches," by
J.K. Young, Library of Scottish Genealogy Society, 13.

!Birth: (1,2) s/o Samuel Kincaid.

(1) 1782: Had 95 acres in Greenbrier Co., VA, "joining Renix."[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Virginia Genealogies, A (Trail?) List of Printed Books and Pamphlets," by
Stuart E. Brown Jr. (VA Book Co., Berryview, VA) card #642, prepared by the
University of VA, "The Renicks of Greenbrier," by B.F. Harlow Jr. (Lexington,
VA, 1951), Appendix F.
(2) "Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to the U.S.A.," by Donald Whyte (Magna
Carta Book Co., Baltimore, 1972). Cites: (a) "Kincaid Family Researches," by
J.K. Young, Library of Scottish Genealogy Society, 13.

!Birth: (1,2) s/o Samuel Kincaid.

(1) 1782: Had 95 acres in Greenbrier Co., VA, "joining Renix." Parents: Samuel KINCAID.


Hugh KINCAID2,3 was born on 15 Apr 1795 in , Greenbrier Co., West Virginia.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 33680. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Virginia Genealogies, A (Trail?) List of Printed Books and Pamphlets," by
Stuart E. Brown Jr. (VA Book Co., Berryview, VA) card #642, prepared by the
University of VA, "The Renicks of Greenbrier," by B.F. Harlow Jr. (Lexington,
VA, 1951), Appendix F.

!Birth: (1) 15 Apr 1795, Greenbrier Co., VA, s/o George Kincaid/Margaret Renick.
Twin to Phebe.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Virginia Genealogies, A (Trail?) List of Printed Books and Pamphlets," by
Stuart E. Brown Jr. (VA Book Co., Berryview, VA) card #642, prepared by the
University of VA, "The Renicks of Greenbrier," by B.F. Harlow Jr. (Lexington,
VA, 1951), Appendix F.

!Birth: (1) 15 Apr 1795, Greenbrier Co., VA, s/o George Kincaid/Margaret Renick.
Twin to Phebe. Parents: George KINCAID and Margaret RENICK.


Isaac KINCAID2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 30036. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Barbara Beede, 1003 S. 34th Ave., Yakima, WA 98902-3936.
(2) "The 1787 Census of Virginia," by Netti Schreiner-Yantis and Florene
Speakman Love (Genealocial Books in Print, Springfield, VA) p.131. FHL #975.5
R4sn. Cites: (a) Augusta Co., VA Personal Property Tax 1787, List C.

!Birth: (1) s/o John KINCAID/Elizabeth HAMILTON.

(1) Retarded or disabled.
(2a) 1787: John KINKEAD taxed, Augusta Co., VA, for self Isaac KINKEAD, 2 males
16-21, 1 black 16+, 0 blacks under 16, 11 horses, 29 cattle.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) Barbara Beede, 1003 S. 34th Ave., Yakima, WA 98902-3936.
(2) "The 1787 Census of Virginia," by Netti Schreiner-Yantis and Florene
Speakman Love (Genealocial Books in Print, Springfield, VA) p.131. FHL #975.5
R4sn. Cites: (a) Augusta Co., VA Personal Property Tax 1787, List C.

!Birth: (1) s/o John KINCAID/Elizabeth HAMILTON.

(1) Retarded or disabled.
(2a) 1787: John KINKEAD taxed, Augusta Co., VA, for self Isaac KINKEAD, 2 males
16-21, 1 black 16+, 0 blacks under 16, 11 horses, 29 cattle. Parents: John (Kinkead) KINCAID and Elizabeth HAMILTON.


Isabel KINCAID2,3 was born about 1540 in Kincaid, Stirlingshire, Scotland.2,3 She died in 1619.2,3 She is reference number 29313. [boyd-trees.ged]











! (1) "Kincaid-Lennox-Galbraith," by Herbert Clarke Kincaid (1941), taken from "Assortment o f Kincaid Papers," reprinted by Steve Kincaid (San Diego, CA, Clan Kincaid International). H. C. Kincaid was a fellow of the Institute of American Genealogy, and his paper was purchased f rom the Genealogical Book Co., Baltimore, by Mr. Hulme H. Kincaid, San Anselmo, CA.

! Birth: (1) d/o James Kincaid of-that-Ilk.
Marriage to Thomas Preebles: (1)
Death: (1) 1619.[alice-boyd.FTW]

! (1) "Kincaid-Lennox-Galbraith," by Herbert Clarke Kincaid (1941), taken from "Assortment o f Kincaid Papers," reprinted by Steve Kincaid (San Diego, CA, Clan Kincaid International). H. C. Kincaid was a fellow of the Institute of American Genealogy, and his paper was purchased f rom the Genealogical Book Co., Baltimore, by Mr. Hulme H. Kincaid, San Anselmo, CA.

! Birth: (1) d/o James Kincaid of-that-Ilk.
Marriage to Thomas Preebles: (1)
Death: (1) 1619. Parents: Of-That-Ilk James KINCAID and KINCAID.

Spouse: Thomas PREEBLES. Thomas PREEBLES and Isabel KINCAID were married. Reference Number:548026


Isabel KINCAID2,3 was born on 10 Apr 1762 in , Augusta Co., VA.2,3 She died Unknown in , Woodford Co., Kentucky.2,3 She is reference number 31955. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 [boyd-trees.ged]











! (1) "Historical Collections of Brown County, Ohio," by Carl N. Thompson (Hammer Graphics , Piqua, OH, 1969) p.6.
(2) "History of Woodford County," by William R. Railey (Woodford Improvement League, Versai lles, Kentucky, 1968) p.70.
(3) "Genealogies of Kentucky Families from the Register of the Kentucky Historical Society " (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1981) Vol. O-Y, Appendix C, p.757-761, "The Families Kin kead, Stephenson, Garrett, Martin and Dunlap," by Laura Kinkead Walton. Cites: (a) John Kinke ad, grandson of William Kinkead/Eleanor Guy, to his son Blackburn, Cane Spring, Kentucky, 20 Apr 18 47.
(4) "History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky," ed. William Henr y Perrin (O.L. Baskin & Co., Chicago, 1882) p.449.
(5) "Deep Roots- History and Genealogy of the Kincaid-Coyle-Darnell-Lathram-Hart Families, " by Sallye Lathram Hines (Lexington, Kentucky, 1964) p.13. Cites: (a) Waddell's "Annals of August a County, Virginia," p.184, citing Elizabeth Shelby Kincaid, ggd/o William Kincaid.

! Birth: (1) 19 Apr 1762. (1,2,3a,5) d/o William Kinkead/Eleanor Guy. (2) VA. (3a) Was ag e 2 in 1764 (b. 1762). (3) 10 Apr 1762. (5a) 3 Mar 1762. (NOTE: There appears to be a proble m with this family. Sources seem to agree she was b. 1762, but source 2 also gives marriage o f daughter Jane to John HODGE, which another source says occured in 1763, when Isabel shoul d have been only 1. See notes under Jane.)
Marriage to Andrew Hamilton: (3a) Called "Aunt Hamilton" in 1847. (3,5a,4)

(3a) 1764, 14 Apr: Eleanor Kinkead, when she was captured by the Indians in Augusta Co., VA , had a daughter, seven years old, the second a son four years old, the youngest, "your Aun t Hamilton," two years old... The mother had to carry the child two years old. After travelin g several days, she fell and was not able to get up. They took the child from her, set her o n a log, and sat one each side of it, and appeared to be holding council, whether to kill i t or not. After talking together some time, they asked if the child would have black eyes. Sh e told them it would. One of them remarked her hair was very black. They immediately decided . One of them that had the saddle fixed it on "your grandmother's" back, so that it gave he r the use of her arms, which was a great relief to her. He set the child on top of his pack , which she said was a heavy one, and carried it to the towns. In two days they got home. H e gave the child to one of his sisters who had lost a little one, and she saw it no more unti l it was given up about six months after. When it was taken from her it spoke English remark ably well for one of its years, and when she next saw it, it could not speak a word of Englis h, but spoke Indian well.
(3a) 1764, fall: The fall after her capture, an army was sent against the Indians, commande d by General Boquette. The Indians were alarmed and agreed to make peace and bring in all th e persons they held as captives, when upwards of 200 persons were given up, and among them "y our grandmother," her infant three months old and the one two years old, the oldest having ta ken sick and died during the summer. "Your grandfather" was with the army when the little gi rl was given up. "Your grandmother" knew her immediately, but he could not recognize her, an d was in great uneasiness, until her mother asked him if he did not recollect having bled he r in the foot. He said he did, and stripped of her moccasin. There was the mark. The Grea t Spirit was kind to her, and delivered her out of their hands in just six months from the ti me she was taken captive. They returned to Augusta County.
(4) 1794: Moved from VA to Woodford Co., Kentucky.[alice-boyd.FTW]

! (1) "Historical Collections of Brown County, Ohio," by Carl N. Thompson (Hammer Graphics , Piqua, OH, 1969) p.6.
(2) "History of Woodford County," by William R. Railey (Woodford Improvement League, Versai lles, KY, 1968) p.70.
(3) "Genealogies of Kentucky Families from the Register of the Kentucky Historical Society " (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore, 1981) Vol. O-Y, Appendix C, p.757-761, "The Families Kin kead, Stephenson, Garrett, Martin and Dunlap," by Laura Kinkead Walton. Cites: (a) John Kinke ad, grandson of William Kinkead/Eleanor Guy, to his son Blackburn, Cane Spring, KY, 20 Apr 18 47.
(4) "History of Bourbon, Scott, Harrison and Nicholas Counties, Kentucky," ed. William Henr y Perrin (O.L. Baskin & Co., Chicago, 1882) p.449.
(5) "Deep Roots- History and Genealogy of the Kincaid-Coyle-Darnell-Lathram-Hart Families, " by Sallye Lathram Hines (Lexington, KY, 1964) p.13. Cites: (a) Waddell's "Annals of August a County, Virginia," p.184, citing Elizabeth Shelby Kincaid, ggd/o William Kincaid.

! Birth: (1) 19 Apr 1762. (1,2,3a,5) d/o William Kinkead/Eleanor Guy. (2) VA. (3a) Was ag e 2 in 1764 (b. 1762). (3) 10 Apr 1762. (5a) 3 Mar 1762. (NOTE: There appears to be a proble m with this family. Sources seem to agree she was b. 1762, but source 2 also gives marriage o f daughter Jane to John HODGE, which another source says occured in 1763, when Isabel shoul d have been only 1. See notes under Jane.)
Marriage to Andrew Hamilton: (3a) Called "Aunt Hamilton" in 1847. (3,5a,4)

(3a) 1764, 14 Apr: Eleanor Kinkead, when she was captured by the Indians in Augusta Co., VA , had a daughter, seven years old, the second a son four years old, the youngest, "your Aun t Hamilton," two years old... The mother had to carry the child two years old. After travelin g several days, she fell and was not able to get up. They took the child from her, set her o n a log, and sat one each side of it, and appeared to be holding council, whether to kill i t or not. After talking together some time, they asked if the child would have black eyes. Sh e told them it would. One of them remarked her hair was very black. They immediately decided . One of them that had the saddle fixed it on "your grandmother's" back, so that it gave he r the use of her arms, which was a great relief to her. He set the child on top of his pack , which she said was a heavy one, and carried it to the towns. In two days they got home. H e gave the child to one of his sisters who had lost a little one, and she saw it no more unti l it was given up about six months after. When it was taken from her it spoke English remark ably well for one of its years, and when she next saw it, it could not speak a word of Englis h, but spoke Indian well.
(3a) 1764, fall: The fall after her capture, an army was sent against the Indians, commande d by General Boquette. The Indians were alarmed and agreed to make peace and bring in all th e persons they held as captives, when upwards of 200 persons were given up, and among them "y our grandmother," her infant three months old and the one two years old, the oldest having ta ken sick and died during the summer. "Your grandfather" was with the army when the little gi rl was given up. "Your grandmother" knew her immediately, but he could not recognize her, an d was in great uneasiness, until her mother asked him if he did not recollect having bled he r in the foot. He said he did, and stripped of her moccasin. There was the mark. The Grea t Spirit was kind to her, and delivered her out of their hands in just six months from the ti me she was taken captive. They returned to Augusta County.
(4) 1794: Moved from VA to Woodford Co., KY. Parents: ,Sr. William KINCAID and Eleanor (Guy) GAY.

Spouse: Andrew HAMILTON. Andrew HAMILTON and Isabel KINCAID were married in , Augusta Co., VA.2,3 Reference Number:556696 Children were: John HAMILTON, Sarah HAMILTON, Margaret HAMILTON, Andrew HAMILTON, John HAMILTON, Sarah HAMILTON, William HAMILTON, Martha HAMILTON.


Isabella KINCAID2,3 was born about 1724 in , Augusta Co., VA.2,3 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 29279. [boyd-trees.ged]











! (1) "Kincaid-Lennox-Galbraith," by Herbert Clarke Kincaid (1941), taken from "Assortment o f Kincaid Papers," reprinted by Steve Kincaid (San Diego, CA, Clan Kincaid International). H. C. Kincaid was a fellow of the Institute of American Genealogy, and his paper was purchased f rom the Genealogical Book Co., Baltimore, by Mr. Hulme H. Kincaid, San Anselmo, CA.
(2) Helen Wood, 105 Walnut Dr., Paragould, AR 72450-3924 (1997). Cites: (a) "Abridged Compe ndium of American Generalogy," by Virkus, 2:339; 5:217; 6:180. (b) "Abstracts of Records, Aug usta Co., VA," by Chalkley, 1:107.

! Birth: (1,2) d/o David Kincaid/Winnifred Hobson. (2) ca. 1724, Augusta Co., VA.
Marriage to James Lockridge: (1) (2) ca. 1746. (NOTE: Source also gives birth date of 1st s on as 1741.)[alice-boyd.FTW]

! (1) "Kincaid-Lennox-Galbraith," by Herbert Clarke Kincaid (1941), taken from "Assortment o f Kincaid Papers," reprinted by Steve Kincaid (San Diego, CA, Clan Kincaid International). H. C. Kincaid was a fellow of the Institute of American Genealogy, and his paper was purchased f rom the Genealogical Book Co., Baltimore, by Mr. Hulme H. Kincaid, San Anselmo, CA.
(2) Helen Wood, 105 Walnut Dr., Paragould, AR 72450-3924 (1997). Cites: (a) "Abridged Compe ndium of American Generalogy," by Virkus, 2:339; 5:217; 6:180. (b) "Abstracts of Records, Aug usta Co., VA," by Chalkley, 1:107.

! Birth: (1,2) d/o David Kincaid/Winnifred Hobson. (2) ca. 1724, Augusta Co., VA.
Marriage to James Lockridge: (1) (2) ca. 1746. (NOTE: Source also gives birth date of 1st s on as 1741.) Parents: David KINCAID and Winnifred HOBSON.

Spouse: James LOCKRIDGE. James LOCKRIDGE and Isabella KINCAID were married in , Augusta Co., Virginia.2,3 Reference Number:547438 Children were: Samuel LOCKRIDGE, Andrew LOCKRIDGE, Robert LOCKRIDGE, William LOCKRIDGE, John LOCKRIDGE, Sarah LOCKRIDGE, Elizabeth LOCKRIDGE, ,Jr. James LOCKRIDGE.


James KINCAID2,3 was also known as Kinkaid. He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 29285. [boyd-trees.ged]











! (1) "Kincaid-Lennox-Galbraith," by Herbert Clarke Kincaid (1941), taken from "Assortment o f Kincaid Papers," reprinted by Steve Kincaid (San Diego, CA, Clan Kincaid International). H. C. Kincaid was a fellow of the Institute of American Genealogy, and his paper was purchased f rom the Genealogical Book Co., Baltimore, by Mr. Hulme H. Kincaid, San Anselmo, CA.
(2) "Second Marriage Record of Augusta County, VA, 1813-1850," comp. by D.A.R., p.41.

! Birth: (1) s/o Ferdinand Kinkead/Margaret Fulton.
Marriage to Mary Jane Gwin: (1) (2) Jane Guin, 3 Dec 1829, Augusta Co., VA, by Rev. Henry S . Kepler, Methodist Minister of the Warm Springs Circuit or District in 1829.[alice-boyd.FTW]

! (1) "Kincaid-Lennox-Galbraith," by Herbert Clarke Kincaid (1941), taken from "Assortment o f Kincaid Papers," reprinted by Steve Kincaid (San Diego, CA, Clan Kincaid International). H. C. Kincaid was a fellow of the Institute of American Genealogy, and his paper was purchased f rom the Genealogical Book Co., Baltimore, by Mr. Hulme H. Kincaid, San Anselmo, CA.
(2) "Second Marriage Record of Augusta County, VA, 1813-1850," comp. by D.A.R., p.41.

! Birth: (1) s/o Ferdinand Kinkead/Margaret Fulton.
Marriage to Mary Jane Gwin: (1) (2) Jane Guin, 3 Dec 1829, Augusta Co., VA, by Rev. Henry S . Kepler, Methodist Minister of the Warm Springs Circuit or District in 1829. Parents: Ferdinand KINCAID and Margaret FULTON.

Spouse: Mary Jane GWIN. James KINCAID and Mary Jane GWIN were married on 3 Dec 1829 in , Augusta Co., VA.2,3 Reference Number:547506


James KINCAID2,3 was born in , Scotland.2,3 He died Unknown in , Scotland.2,3 He is reference number 29307. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Kincaid-Lennox-Galbraith," by Herbert Clarke Kincaid (1941), taken from
"Assortment of Kincaid Papers," reprinted by Steve Kincaid (San Diego, CA, Clan
Kincaid International). H.C. Kincaid was a fellow of the Institute of American
Genealogy, and his paper was purchased from the Genealogical Book Co.,
Baltimore, by Mr. Hulme H. Kincaid, San Anselmo, CA.

(1) Of Craglokhart. Parents: KINCAID.


James KINCAID2,3 was born in , Scotland.2,3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 29320. [boyd-trees.ged]











! (1) "Kincaid-Lennox-Galbraith," by Herbert Clarke Kincaid (1941), taken from "Assortment o f Kincaid Papers," reprinted by Steve Kincaid (San Diego, CA, Clan Kincaid International). H. C. Kincaid was a fellow of the Institute of American Genealogy, and his paper was purchased f rom the Genealogical Book Co., Baltimore, by Mr. Hulme H. Kincaid, San Anselmo, CA.

! Birth: (1) s/o Thomas Kincaid of-that-Ilk/Elizabeth Kincaid.

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! (1) "Kincaid-Lennox-Galbraith," by Herbert Clarke Kincaid (1941), taken from "Assortment o f Kincaid Papers," reprinted by Steve Kincaid (San Diego, CA, Clan Kincaid International). H. C. Kincaid was a fellow of the Institute of American Genealogy, and his paper was purchased f rom the Genealogical Book Co., Baltimore, by Mr. Hulme H. Kincaid, San Anselmo, CA.

! Birth: (1) s/o Thomas Kincaid of-that-Ilk/Elizabeth Kincaid. Parents: Of-That-Ilk Thomas KINCAID and Elizabeth KINCAID.


James KINCAID2,3 was born in , Scotland.2,3 He died Unknown in , Scotland.2,3 He is reference number 29333. [boyd-trees.ged]











! (1) "Kincaid-Lennox-Galbraith," by Herbert Clarke Kincaid (1941), taken from "Assortment o f Kincaid Papers," reprinted by Steve Kincaid (San Diego, CA, Clan Kincaid International). H. C. Kincaid was a fellow of the Institute of American Genealogy, and his paper was purchased f rom the Genealogical Book Co., Baltimore, by Mr. Hulme H. Kincaid, San Anselmo, CA.

! Birth: (1) s/o Donald de Kyncads.[alice-boyd.FTW]

! (1) "Kincaid-Lennox-Galbraith," by Herbert Clarke Kincaid (1941), taken from "Assortment o f Kincaid Papers," reprinted by Steve Kincaid (San Diego, CA, Clan Kincaid International). H. C. Kincaid was a fellow of the Institute of American Genealogy, and his paper was purchased f rom the Genealogical Book Co., Baltimore, by Mr. Hulme H. Kincaid, San Anselmo, CA.

! Birth: (1) s/o Donald de Kyncads. Parents: Donald DE KINCAID.


James KINCAID2,3 was born in , VA.2,3 He died Unknown in , Kentucky.2,3 He is reference number 33652. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Virginia Genealogies, A (Trail?) List of Printed Books and Pamphlets," by
Stuart E. Brown Jr. (VA Book Co., Berryview, VA) card #642, prepared by the
University of VA, "The Renicks of Greenbrier," by B.F. Harlow Jr. (Lexington,
VA, 1951), Appendix F. Cites: (a) Pittsburgh Papers #31, VA State Library,
Capt. John Wilson's Roll.
(2) "Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to the U.S.A.," by Donald Whyte (Magna
Carta Book Co., Baltimore, 1972). Cites: (a) "Kincaid Family Researches," by
J.K. Young, Library of Scottish Genealogy Society, 13.

!Birth: (1,2) s/o Samuel Kincaid.

(1) Served under Sergeant Samuel Clarke and Capt. Robert McClanachan, Greenbrier
Valley Volunteers, Botetourt Co., VA Regiment, at the Battle of Point Pleasant.
(1) c.1800: Went to KY. Parents: Samuel KINCAID.


James KINCAID2,3 was born in , Scotland.2,3 He died Unknown in , Scotland.2,3 He is reference number 43730. [boyd-trees.ged]









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!(1) "Kincaid-Lennox-Galbraith," by Herbert Clarke Kincaid (1941), taken from
"Assortment of Kincaid Papers," reprinted by Steve Kincaid (San Diego, CA, Clan
Kincaid International). H.C. Kincaid was a fellow of the Institute of American
Genealogy, and his paper was purchased from the Genealogical Book Co.,
Baltimore, by Mr. Hulme H. Kincaid, San Anselmo, CA.

(1) Of Craglokhart. Parents: KINCAID.

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