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Thomas KINCAID2,3 was born in , KY.2,3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 43796. [boyd-trees.ged]









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


Thomas KINCAID2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 46116. [boyd-trees.ged]









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!(1) "The Tenmile Country and Its Pioneer Families," p.278.

!Birth: (1) s/o William Kincaid/Mariah Hughes. Parents: William KINCAID and Mariah HUGHES.


Thomas KINCAID2,3 was born between 1740 and 1780.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 31855. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Greenbrier Co., VA Will Bk 1, p.276. FHL #595,214.

!Birth: (1) s/o Andrew Kincaid.

(1) 1810, 9 Jun: Andrew Kincaid wrote his will. Gave to sons John KINCAID,
Robert KINCAID, James KINCAID and Thomas KINCAID $1.20 each.

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!(1) Greenbrier Co., VA Will Bk 1, p.276. FHL #595,214.

!Birth: (1) s/o Andrew Kincaid.

(1) 1810, 9 Jun: Andrew Kincaid wrote his will. Gave to sons John KINCAID,
Robert KINCAID, James KINCAID and Thomas KINCAID $1.20 each. Parents: Andrew KINCAID and Mary.


Thomas KINCAID2,3 was born in 1740.2,3 He died in 1821 in , Augusta Co., VA.2,3 He was also known as Kincade. He is reference number 29339. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Clan Kincaid International Society, Pedigree Sheet 168, p.1.
(2) "Records of Augusta County, Virginia 1745-1800," Vol. 1, p.212.
(3) "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. (b)
Greenbrier Co., VA Personal Property Tax 1787, List A.

!Birth: (1) 1740. (NOTE: Would be right age to be s/o Thomas Kincaid/Margaret
Lockhart of Augusta Co. See notes under that family.)
Marriage to Isabella Kinkead: (1)
Death: (1) 1821, Augusta Co., VA.

(2) William & Thomas KINKEAD of Capt. LEWIS' Co., BOQUET's Expedition of 1764,
allowed certificates for military services, Augusta Co., VA. (NOTE: Same
Thomas Kinkead? See notes under William Kinkead/Eleanor Guy.)
(3a) 1787: Thomas KINKEAD taxed, Augusta Co., VA, for self, 0 males 16-21,
0 blacks 16+, 0 blacks under 16, 4 horses, 11 cattle. Also taxed on same list
were William KINKEAD (for self & 1 male 16-21); William KINKEAD (for self & 1
male 16-21); John KINKEAD (for self and Isaac KINKEAD, 2 males 16-21); John
KINKEAD (for self & no males 16-21); and Andrew KINKEAD (for self and no males
16-21). (NOTE: Same Thomas?) (3b) Thomas KINKAID taxed, Greenbrier Co., VA
(now WV) for self, 1 male 16-21, 0 blacks 16+, 0 blacks under 16, 8 horses, 19
cattle. Also taxed on same list were John KINKAID (for self & 1 male 16-21);
John KINKAID (for self & no males 16-21); and Andrew KINKAID (for self & 1 male
16-21). (NOTE: Probably not this Thomas in Greenbrier Co.)[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) Clan Kincaid International Society, Pedigree Sheet 168, p.1.
(2) "Records of Augusta County, Virginia 1745-1800," Vol. 1, p.212.
(3) "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. (b)
Greenbrier Co., VA Personal Property Tax 1787, List A.

!Birth: (1) 1740. (NOTE: Would be right age to be s/o Thomas Kincaid/Margaret
Lockhart of Augusta Co. See notes under that family.)
Marriage to Isabella Kinkead: (1)
Death: (1) 1821, Augusta Co., VA.

(2) William & Thomas KINKEAD of Capt. LEWIS' Co., BOQUET's Expedition of 1764,
allowed certificates for military services, Augusta Co., VA. (NOTE: Same
Thomas Kinkead? See notes under William Kinkead/Eleanor Guy.)
(3a) 1787: Thomas KINKEAD taxed, Augusta Co., VA, for self, 0 males 16-21,
0 blacks 16+, 0 blacks under 16, 4 horses, 11 cattle. Also taxed on same list
were William KINKEAD (for self & 1 male 16-21); William KINKEAD (for self & 1
male 16-21); John KINKEAD (for self and Isaac KINKEAD, 2 males 16-21); John
KINKEAD (for self & no males 16-21); and Andrew KINKEAD (for self and no males
16-21). (NOTE: Same Thomas?) (3b) Thomas KINKAID taxed, Greenbrier Co., VA
(now WV) for self, 1 male 16-21, 0 blacks 16+, 0 blacks under 16, 8 horses, 19
cattle. Also taxed on same list were John KINKAID (for self & 1 male 16-21);
John KINKAID (for self & no males 16-21); and Andrew KINKAID (for self & 1 male
16-21). (NOTE: Probably not this Thomas in Greenbrier Co.)

Spouse: ISABELLA. Thomas KINCAID and ISABELLA were married in , VA.2,3 Reference Number:548513 Children were: Thomas KINCAID.


Thomas KINCAID2,3 was born on 13 Dec 1755 in Londonderry, Chester Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 He died on 3 Jul 1819 in Winchester, Adams Co., Ohio.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 He was buried Unknown in , Winchester, Adams Co., Ohio.2,3 He is reference number 32399. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial]2,3

Spouse: Mary MACKEY. Thomas KINCAID and Mary MACKEY were married on 27 Oct 1778 in , Washington Co., MD.2,3 Reference Number:610185 Children were: ,Col. John KINCAID, Thomas KINCAID.


Thomas KINCAID2,3 was born in 1777 in , VA.2,3 He died in 1854 in , Mason Co., WV.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 He is reference number 43733. [boyd-trees.ged]









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!(1) Clan Kincaid International Society, Pedigree Sheet 168, p.1.
(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) 1777, VA, s/o Thomas Kincade/Isabella Kinkead.
Marriage to Nancy A. Lockridge: (1) 20 Nov 1802, Augusta Co., VA.
Death: (1) 1854, Mason Co., WV.

(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.

!(1) Clan Kincaid International Society, Pedigree Sheet 168, p.1.
(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) 1777, VA, s/o Thomas Kincade/Isabella Kinkead.
Marriage to Nancy A. Lockridge: (1) 20 Nov 1802, Augusta Co., VA.
Death: (1) 1854, Mason Co., West Virginia.

(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: Thomas KINCAID and ISABELLA.

Spouse: Nancy A. LOCKRIDGE. Thomas KINCAID and Nancy A. LOCKRIDGE were married on 20 Nov 1802 in , Augusta Co., VA.2,3 Reference Number:548473


Thomas KINCAID2,3 was born on 19 Mar 1781 in , Pennsylvania.2,3 He died on 10 Jun 1846 in Piketon, Pike Co., Ohio.2,3 He was buried Unknown in Rittenour Cem., Piketon, Pike Co., Ohio.2,3 He is reference number 32389. [boyd-trees.ged]











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See Davidson genealogy. Parents: Thomas KINCAID and Mary MACKEY.

Spouse: Margaret "Peggy" HANNAH. Thomas KINCAID and Margaret "Peggy" HANNAH were married on 12 Mar 1805 in West Union, Adams Co., Ohio.2,3 Reference Number:610222


Thomas KINCAID2,3 was born between 1794 and 1800 in , Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 32311. [boyd-trees.ged]











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

! Birth: (1) 1794-1800, Allegheny Co., PA, s/o Robert Kincaid/Elizabeth Torrence.
Marriage to Eliza Hains: (1) 13 May 1819, Allegheny Co., PA.[alice-boyd.FTW]

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

! Birth: (1) 1794-1800, Allegheny Co., PA, s/o Robert Kincaid/Elizabeth Torrence.
Marriage to Eliza Hains: (1) 13 May 1819, Allegheny Co., PA. Parents: Robert KINCAID and Elizabeth TORRENCE.

Spouse: Eliza HAINS. Thomas KINCAID and Eliza HAINS were married on 13 May 1819 in , Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 Reference Number:605027


Thomas KINCAID2,3 was born on 2 Jan 1801 in West Union, Adams Co., Ohio.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 He died on 3 Feb 1852 in West Union, Adams Co., Ohio.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 He is reference number 33007. [boyd-trees.ged]











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See Davidson Genealogy Parents: ,Col. John KINCAID and Sarah "Sally" HANNAH.

Spouse: Nancy MC CLANAHAN. Thomas KINCAID and Nancy MC CLANAHAN were married on 8 Jan 1839 in , Adams Co., Ohio.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 Reference Number:622375 Children were: Andrew Newton KINCAID.


Thomas Alexander Bell KINCAID2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 46482. [boyd-trees.ged]









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!(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) s/o William Renick Kincaid/Mary Ann Bell.

(1) 1936: Living in Huntington, WV.[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) s/o William Renick Kincaid/Mary Ann Bell.

(1) 1936: Living in Huntington, West Virginia. Parents: William Renick KINCAID and Mary Ann BELL.


Of-That-Ilk William KINCAID2,3 was born in , Scotland.2,3 He died Unknown in , Scotland.2,3 He is reference number 29325. [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 ) R.M.S. i-2355.

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

(1a) 1493, 8 Jul: Was Laird of Kincaid. Witness to a charter granted by John Lindesey of Co wintcun(e?) to David, his son and heir, of the lands of le Erlis-Orchart, Cou(r?) Peblis, dat ed at Edinburgh.[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 ) R.M.S. i-2355.

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

(1a) 1493, 8 Jul: Was Laird of Kincaid. Witness to a charter granted by John Lindesey of Co wintcun(e?) to David, his son and heir, of the lands of le Erlis-Orchart, Cou(r?) Peblis, dat ed at Edinburgh. Parents: Of-That-Ilk David KINCAID.

Children were: Of-That-Ilk Patrick KINCAID.

Children were: John KINCAID, Peter KINCAID, John KINCAID.


William KINCAID2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 30535. [boyd-trees.ged]











See Davidson genealogy.

Spouse: Jemima EDGINGTON. William KINCAID and Jemima EDGINGTON were married on 19 Jan 1809 in , Adams Co., Ohio.2,3 Reference Number:574729


William KINCAID2,3 was also known as Kinkead. He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 32043. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "First Marriage Record of Augusta County, Virginia 1785-1813" (D.A.R.,
Augusta Co., VA, 1970) p.56.

!Marriage to Rebecca Lockridge: (1) 11 Mar 1806, Augusta Co., VA, by Rev. John
Montgomery.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "First Marriage Record of Augusta County, Virginia 1785-1813" (D.A.R.,
Augusta Co., VA, 1970) p.56.

!Marriage to Rebecca Lockridge: (1) 11 Mar 1806, Augusta Co., VA, by Rev. John
Montgomery.

Spouse: Rebecca LOCKRIDGE. William KINCAID and Rebecca LOCKRIDGE were married on 11 Mar 1806 in , Augusta Co., VA.2,3 Reference Number:581769


William KINCAID2,3 was born in , VA.2,3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 33658. [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) s/o Samuel Kincaid.

(1) 1782, 20 Jun: Had 400 acres on Greenbrier River, VA. Parents: Samuel KINCAID.


William KINCAID2,3 was also known as Kinkead. He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 33701. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "Virginia Soldiers of 1776," by Burgess, p.783. Cites: (a) Chalkley's
Abstracts, Augusta Co., VA Records, Vol. II, p.257.
(2) Barbara Beede, 1003 S. 34th Ave., Yakima, WA 98902-3936.

!Birth: (2) s/o John KINCAID/Elizabeth HAMILTON.
Marriage to Elizabeth Faucett: (1)
Marriage to Hannah Faucett: (1,2) NOTE: Both Faucett girls m. William Kinkead.
Do not know if it is the same William.)[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) "Virginia Soldiers of 1776," by Burgess, p.783. Cites: (a) Chalkley's
Abstracts, Augusta Co., VA Records, Vol. II, p.257.
(2) Barbara Beede, 1003 S. 34th Ave., Yakima, WA 98902-3936.

!Birth: (2) s/o John KINCAID/Elizabeth HAMILTON.
Marriage to Elizabeth Faucett: (1)
Marriage to Hannah Faucett: (1,2) NOTE: Both Faucett girls m. William Kinkead.
Do not know if it is the same William.) Parents: John (Kinkead) KINCAID and Elizabeth HAMILTON.

Spouse: Elizabeth FAUCETT. William KINCAID and Elizabeth FAUCETT were married. Reference Number:635166

Spouse: Hannah FAUCETT. William KINCAID and Hannah FAUCETT were married. Reference Number:635175


William KINCAID2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 43877. [boyd-trees.ged]









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See Davidson genealogy.

Spouse: Jemima EDGINGTON. William KINCAID and Jemima EDGINGTON were married on 19 Jan 1809 in , Adams Co., OH.2,3 Reference Number:574735


William KINCAID2,3 was born in , VA.2,3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 46480. [boyd-trees.ged]









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!(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) s/o Samuel Kincaid.

(1) 1782, 20 Jun: Had 400 acres on Greenbrier River, VA. Parents: Samuel KINCAID.


William KINCAID2,3 was born about 1560 in Kincaid, Stirlingshire, Scotland.2,3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 29299. [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. Cites: (a) Laing Charters
No. 1047.

!Birth: (1) s/o James Kincaid of-that-Ilk/Christine Leslie.[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(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. Cites: (a) Laing Charters
No. 1047.

!Birth: (1) s/o James Kincaid of-that-Ilk/Christine Leslie. Parents: Of-That-Ilk James KINCAID and Christine LESLIE.


William KINCAID2,3 was born about 1730.3 He died in 1838.2,3 He is reference number 29337. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) "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 Robert Kincaid/Anna.
Death: (1) 1838.

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!(1) "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 Robert Kincaid/Anna.
Death: (1) 1838. Parents: Robert KINCAID and Anna HELENEY.


,Sr. William KINCAID2,3 was born on 9 Jan 1736 in Carlisle, Cumberland Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 He was also known as Kinkead. He died Unknown in , Woodford Co., Kentucky.2,3 He was buried Unknown in Pisgah Church, Woodford Co., Kentucky.2,3 He is reference number 32221. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial]2,3 [boyd-trees.ged]











! (1) "Historical Collections of Brown County, Ohio," by Carl N. Thompson (Hammer Graphics , Piqua, OH, 1969) p.6.
(2) D.A.R. Patriot Index, Vol. I (1966) p.387.
(3) "The Kentucky Land Grants," by Willard Rouse Jillson (Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore , 1971) p.74,196. FHL #976.9 R22. Cites: (a) Virginia Grants, Bk 1, p.435,436; Bk 8, p.164; B k 14, p.312. (b) Old KY Grants, Fayette Co., Kentucky, Bk 3, p.98.
(4) "Old Kentucky Entries and Deeds," by Willard Rouse Jillson (Genealogical Pub. Co., Balt imore, 1978) p.44,232. Cites: (a) Lincoln Entries, Bk 1, p.27,46; Bk 2, p.57. (b) Jefferson e ntries, Bk A, p.34,86.
(5) "Virginia Surveys and Grants," comp. by Joan E. Brooks-Smith (KY Historical Soc., 1976 ) p.112,113. FHL #976.9/R22b. Cites: (a) Survey Bk 3, p.84. (b) Grant Bk 1, p.435-437. (c) Su rvey Bk 11, p.453. (d) Grant Bk. 8m p.164-165. (NOTE: Page 113 not fully copied.)
(6) Lincoln Co., Kentucky Entries, Bk 1, p.46.
(7) Virginia Grant #2095, Book 1, p.436-437.
(8) "Early Kentucky Tax Records, from the Register of the Kentucky Historical Society" (Gen ealogical Pub. Co., Balitmore, 1984) p.36,152.
(9) Darrow K. Little, 10241 Hunt Ave., South Gate, CA 90280. Cites: (a) KY tax records.
(10) "History of Woodford County," by William R. Railey (Woodford Improvement League, Versa illes, Kentucky, 1968) p.69-70.
(11) 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, Famil y Bibles, and state records at Edinburgh, Scotland. (b) "Descendants of Robert and John Poage ." (c) Genealogical Chart at Historical Soc. of York, PA.
(12) "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. (b) Annals of Augusta Co., VA, p.78, Boquet's Exposition (NOTE: Expedition?) against th e Ohio Indians, 1764.
(13) "Records of Augusta County, Virginia 1745-1800," Vol. 1, p.212.
(14) "The 1787 Census of Virginia," by Netti Schreiner-Yantis and Florene Speakman Love (Ge nealocial Books in Print, Springfield, VA) p.131. FHL #975.5 R4sn. Cites: (a) Augusta Co., V A Personal Property Tax 1787, List C.
(15) "Kentucky Wills of 1851." FHL #976.9 P22i. Cites: (a) Woodford Co., Kentucky, Will Bk F, p.2 56.

! Birth: (1,2,11a) 9 Jan 1736. (1,2) Augusta Co., VA. (10) The Kinkeads, orignally spelled K incaid, were from Scotland. 1736, s/o Thomas Kincaid. Tradition says that the grandfather o f Thomas renounced the Lairdship of Kincaid during the Revolution of 1688 on account of relig ious convictions and went to the north of Ireland. (11a) Not son of Thomas Kincaid (d. 1750 , Augusta Co., VA)/Margaret Lockhart, whose eldest son William lived near this William's fami ly but continued to live in Deerfield Valley, VA and died there, where he is buried. (10,11a, 12) Carlisle, PA. (11c) 4 Jan 1736. (12) 9 Jan 1739. Eldest s/o Thomas Kincaid/Margaret Lockh art. It was about the time of the Revolution that the spelling of the name was changed from K incaid to Kinkead. (NOTE: According to Augusta Co., VA chancery records, Kinkead vs. Lockridg e, May 1753, William Kinkead, under 21 years, eldest son of Thomas Kinkead late of Augusta Co ., by James Lockhart, his next friend, states that Thomas Kinkead of Lancaster Co., Pennsylvania came t o Augusta Co. in 1747 with his family & bought land bounded by John Preston, Robert Lockeridg e & Robert Gwin, then died in 1750 intestate. The William in this suit would have been born a fter 1733 & before 1750, and would have been the right age to have been the William that marr ied Eleanor Guy. The father Thomas is supposedly, according to the above sources, the Thoma s who m. Margaret Lockhart. Source 11a's identity of other Kincaids was in error, so could b e also in this case.)
Marriage to Eleanor Guy: (1) 3 Nov 1756. (2,llb,c) (10) 1756. (11a,12a) 30 Nov 1756.
Death: (2,11a,c) 3 May 1823. (10) 1820. (12) 30 May 1820. (15a) Will recorded Woodford Co. , Kentucky. No date given.
Burial: (11a,12) Pisgah Church, Woodford Co., Kentucky.

(11a) Moved with his parents from Carlisle, Cumberland Co., Pennsylvania to Augusta Co., VA.
(1) 1747: Lived in Augusta Co., VA until after the Revolution.
(12a) 1764, 14 Apr: (1) 14 Apr 1763. (11a) 1764. (12a) His wife was taken captive by the In dians from Augusta Co., VA, 20 miles from Staunton, on the road to the Warm Springs. She had , when she was taken, 3 children, the eldest a daughter, seven years old, the second a son fo ur years old, the youngest, "your Aunt Hamilton," two years old. When the Indians came to th e house, "your grandfather" had but a short time left. He had eaten his dinner, and gone t o the fields out of sight of the house, to plough... "Your grandfather" did not return to th e house until night... He immediately turned out to raise a company to pursue them, and start ed the next morning and followed them for two or three days, but the difficulty of keeping o n the trail was too great. (NOTE: Warm Springs is in present Bath Co., VA, to the west-southw est of Staunton. As the crow flies, 20 miles would be in the southwest corner of present Augu sta Co., but the road probably ran somewhat along one of the present roads that direction, pr obably placing his home somewhere in the vicinity of Deerfield, Augusta Co., VA. "Virginia Fr ontier" by Kegley states that in 1744 an early settlement on 16,500 acres on the Calfpastur e granted to James Patton and John Lewis was originally settled by Alexander Dunlap, Henry Ga y, Robert Gay, James Lockridge, William Hamilton, William Gay, Samuel Gay, Samuel Hodge, Joh n Preston & John Kincaid, among others. A deed shows that John Kinkead, clerk of Chester Co. , PA, deeded in 1754 part of the Patton/Lewis tract to John Kinkead of Augusta Co., VA, weave r, and the deed was delivered to Thomas Kinkead in 1761. In 1754, a petition for a mill on th e place of Andrew Lockridge "who has lately settled there" was signed by Andrew and John Kinc aid. In 1770, John Kincaid and Elizabeth his wife deeded 160 acres of the Calfpasture to thei r son Andrew. One source identifies that John as s/o David Kincaid/Winnifred Hobson. If his f amily is correctly identified, that John did not have a son William, and may have been too yo ung to have had a grandson William b. 1736. See notes under that John. However, the 1754 dee d from John of Chester Co., Pennsylvania casts some doubt on the indentification.)
(12a) 1764, fall: The fall after his wife's capture, an army was sent against the Indians , commanded by General Boquette. The Indians were alarmed and agreed to make peace and brin g in all the persons they held as captives, when upwards of 200 persons were given up, and am ong them "your grandmother," her infant three months old and the one two years old, the oldes t having taken sick and died during the summer. "Your grandfather" was with the army when th e little girl was given up. "Your grandmother" knew her immediately, but he could not recogn ize her, and was in great uneasiness, until her mother asked him if he did not recollect havi ng bled her in the foot. He said he did, and stripped of her moccasin. There was the mark . The Great Spirit was kind to her, and delivered her out of their hands in just six month s from the time she was taken captive. They returned to Augusta County, from where she was t aken, and remained there until 1789, and then moved "here" (Cane Spring, Woodford Co., Kentucky), w here they lived until her death. (10,11a) 1764: Volunteer in the expedition commanded by Col . Bouquet against the Ohio Indians. (13) William & Thomas Kinkead of Capt. Lewis' Co., Boquet 's Expedition of 1764, allowed certificates for military services, Augusta Co., VA.
(10,11a,12) 1765: Bought a tract of land from Samuel Hodge on the Great Calf Pasture River , Augusta Co., VA, where he resided until he moved to KY. (11a) Lived on the Calf Pasture Riv er.
(12) 1777, Mar: Marched in command of a company from Staunton, VA to a block house on the w est fork of the Monongalia River. (2,10,11a) 1777: Captain, VA Militia, Revolutionary War. ( 12) Served at Lieutenant and Adjutant, later as Captain, in the Revolution.
(12) 1780, Jan: Allowed a certificate for service in land grants.
(7) 1780, 9 Feb: William Kincade issued a VA Military Warrant #357 for military service per formed by him as a soldier in the late war between Great Britain & France. Note on back says , "Warrant to Capt. William Kinkaid, 50 acres."
(12) 1780, 15 Feb: Allowed certificate for service in land grants.
(7) 1780, 2 Mar: William Kinkead issued a Land-Office Treasury Warrant #3308 for 350 acre s of land in consideration of 140 pounds paid to the state of VA. (NOTE: Same William that wa s issued the military warrant above.)
(4a) 1780, 29 Apr: William Kinkead entered 50 acres on a branch of Paint Lick Creek, Lincol n Co., Kentucky. (NOTE: Paint Lick Creek currently divides Garrard Co. and Madison Co., Kentucky.) (4b) S ame entry recorded in Jefferson Co., Kentucky, military warrant.
(4a,6) 1780, 22 May: (4a) William Kinkead entered 250 acres on Paint Lick Creek and 100 acr es on a branch of Dix River, Lincoln Co., Kentucky. Also making entries on that same date were Andr ew Kinkead (150 acres on a branch of Dix River), Robert Kinkead (100 acres on a branch of Pai nt Lick), and Thomas Kinkead (150 acres on Paint Lick Creek). (NOTE: Dix River begins in curr ent Lincoln Co., then forms part of Lincoln's border with Garrard Co., then the border of Boy le Co. and Garrard Co., then the border of Mercer Co. and Garrard Co. before emptying into th e Kentucky River opposite Jessamine Co.) (4b) Same entries recorded Jefferson Co., Kentucky, excep t that the 100 acre entry of William Kinkead is listed for 1,000 acres. (NOTE: Is one a mispr int?) (6) William Kinkead enters 250 acres upon Treasury Warrant on a branch of Paint Lick Cr eek heading at Peter Wooleys Cabin, about 2 miles down from the head on the lower of his entr y for 50 acres on the south west side of said branch running down the Branch hence as long a s wide. Also 100 acres to include Improvement made by Peter Wooley on the south east side o f a branch of Dicks River running in about 1/4 mile above Boughmans Station & about 2 miles u p said branch running east 50 poles & southwest for quantity. (NOTE: Andrew Kinkead's entry w as also about 1/4 mile from Baughman's Station, about 1 mile up the branch, but on the NW sid e. Also making an entry 1/4 mile above Boughman's Station was George Dicks. Boughman's statio n was in present Mercer Co., Kentucky. See notes under Andrew Kincaid/Jane.)
(10,11a) 1781: Served as Captain, VA Militia, Revolutionary War. (12) 1780.
(1) 1781, spring: Came to Woodford Co., Kentucky and made a settlement near the present town of V ersailles. (NOTE: Woodford Co., Kentucky created 1788 from Fayette Co., Kentucky.) (10,11a,12) 1789. (11b ) 1786.
(3a,5a) 1782, 25 Jun: 250 acres surveyed for William Kincaid on Wooley Run, Paint Lick, Lin coln Co., Kentucky. (5a,7) Survey #2096. (3a,5) On same date, 50 acres surveyed for William Kincai d on Wooley Run of Paint Lick Creek, Lincoln Co., Kentucky on military warrant. (5a,7) Survey #2095 .
(4a) 1784, 12 Feb: William Kinkead entered 250 acres on Salt and Dix Rivers, Lincoln Co., K Y. (NOTE: Same William Kinkead? The portion of the Salt River that was in Lincoln Co. runs th rough current Anderson, Mercer and Boyle counties.)
(3b) 1784, 27 Apr: 1,000 acres surveyed for William Kincaid, Fayette Co., Kentucky.
(3a,5c) 1784, 14 May: 208.5 acres surveyed for William Kincaid on Dix (Dicks) and Salt Rive rs, Lincoln Co., Kentucky. (NOTE: Same William Kincaid?) (5c) Survey #9376.
(5b,7) 1784, 15 Jun: (5b) 50 acres and 250 acres granted to William Kincaid on Wooley Run , surveyed 25 Jun 1782, Lincoln Co., Kentucky. (7) Grant for survey #2095 on 25 Jun 1783 on Militar y Warrant #357 issued 9 Feb 1780, for 50 acres, Lincoln Co., Kentucky on Wooley Run, a branch of Pa int Lick Creek about 2 miles from said Peter Woolys Cabin, beginning at a Sugar tree & whit e oak on the south east (?) side of said Run, from thence north 38 degrees west 52 poles t o a Sugar tree, thence north 52 degrees east 154 poles to a Suagr tree, thence south 38 degre es east 52 poles to an ash and dogwood trees, thence south 52 degrees west 154 poles to the b eginning, with appurtenances, to William Kincaid and his heirs. On same date, grant for surve y #2096 on 25 Jun 1782 on Treasury Warrant #3308 issued 2 Mar 1780, 250 acres in Lincoln Co. , Kentucky adjoining William Kincaid's survey of 50 acres, beginning at a white oak & dogwood tree s on the east end of said survey 3 & 1/4 poles from the northeast corner, thence north 52 deg rees east 155 poles to a hickory & white oak trees, thence north 38 degrees west 153 and 3/ 4 poles to a hickory & white oak trees on the bank of said Wooleys Run, thence south 52 degre es west 309 poles to a double Spanish oak, thence south 38 degrees east 105 poles to a suga r tree the south west corner of the 50 acre survey, thence with his line north 52 degrees eas t 154 poles to his corner Sugar tree, thence south 38 degrees east 48 & 3/4 poles to the begi nning with its appurtenances, to William Kincaid & heirs.
(5d) 1785, 2 Dec: 208.5 acres granted to William Kincaid on Dicks and Salt Rivers, Lincol n Co., Kentucky, surveyed 14 May 1784.
(14a) 1787: William Kinkead taxed, Augusta Co., VA, for self, 1 male 16-21, 2 blacks 16+ , 3 blacks under 16, 12 horses, 26 cattle. Another William on same list taxed for self, 1 ma le 16-21, 9 horses, 21 cattle. Also taxed on same list were John Kinkead (for himself and Isa ac Kinkead, 2 males 16-21); John Kinkead (for self & no males 16-21); Thomas Kinkead (for sel f & no males 16-21) and Andrew Kinkead (for self and no males 16-21).
(3a) 1787, 16 Nov: 2,026 acres surveyed for William Kinkead on Eagle Creek, Fayette Co., Kentucky . (NOTE: At the time Woodford Co. was created, it included the whole length of Eagle Creek, w hich originates in current Scott Co., Kentucky, runs through Owen Co. and Grant Co., then becomes t he boundary between Owen Co. and Gallatine Co., then Owen Co. and Carroll Co., before emptyin g into the Kentucky River just south of where it empties into the Ohio River. Same William Ki nkead?) (5) Survey #8264 for 2,026 acres for William and Andrew Kinkead on Eagle Creek, Fayet te Co., Kentucky.
(8) 1788: William Kincade taxed in T. Marshall Jr.'s district, Fayette Co., Kentucky for 1 tithea ble, 1 horse. Also taxed were John Kincade (1 titheable, 2 horses) and John Kinkade (2 tithea bles, 3 horses.) (NOTE: At this time, Fayette Co. included the present counties of Boone, Ken ton, Gallatin, Grant, Carroll (eastern part to the KY River), Pendleton (western part to th e Licking & South Fork Rivers), Owen, Franklin (eastern part to the KY River), Scott, Harriso n (NW corner), Woodford, Jessamine, and Clark (Southern part).)
(10,11a) 1789: Sold his land in Virginia to William Alexander, father of Sir William Alexan der of England. Removed to Woodford Co., Kentucky. (1) Came in 1781. (11b) Came in 1786. (12) In 17 89 there was quite a movement from Augusta Co., VA to KY. The laws of VA concerning the domi nation of the Episcopal Church sat heavily on the consciences of the Scotch-Presbyterians an d they resented the many inconveniences they entailed, so a number of them moved together t o Woodford Co., Kentucky, built a church and made their lives around it, and called it Pisgah.
(10) 1789: Purchased the beautiful estate known as "Cave Spring," Woodford Co., Kentucky. There h e lived until his death. The property now (1968) owned by the widow of John B. Swope, and adj oins "Loto Wano," the beautiful home of Lister Witherspoon on the Midway Pike, 3 miles from M idway, and 4 miles from Versailles. (11a) Established his place "Cane Spring" in Woodford Co. , Kentucky. His first log cabin was still standing in 1950. (12) Bought a lovely place known as Can e Spring and lived there the remaining of their days leaving it to their son John Kinkead.
(8) 1792, 8 Dec: William Kincaid taxed in district of John Adams, Madison Co., Kentucky, for 1 ma le above 21, 4 horses. Also taxed was Robert Kincaid (1 male above 21, 5 horses, 9 cows). (NO TE: Same William Kincaid? At this time, Madison Co. included the eastern part of Garrard Co. , including Paint Lick and Paint Lick Creek, the southern half of Estill Co., the NE corner o f Rockcastle Co., Jackson Co., the portion of Lee Co. south of the KY River, Owsley Co., th e western corner of Breathitt Co., the western corner of Perry Co., Clay Co., the eastern edg e of Laurel Co., the NE tip of Bell Co., Leslie Co., and Harlan Co.)
(9a) 1800, Aug: William Kinkead taxed, Woodford Co., Kentucky. Also taxed in Woodford Co. were Ar chibald Kinkead, Guy Kinkead, James Kinkead, John Kinkead. (NOTE: No Williams taxed in Madiso n Co. or Garrard Co.)
(10) Had 2 children that died in infancy.

Spouse: Eleanor (Guy) GAY. ,Sr. William KINCAID and Eleanor (Guy) GAY were married on 3 Nov 1756 in , Augusta Co., VA.2,3 Reference Number:588024 Children were: Margaret KINCAID, Andrew KINCAID, Isabel KINCAID, Andrew KINCAID, Agnes KINCAID, William KINCAID, Eleanor KINCAID, Margaret KINCAID, Susannah KINCAID, Guy KINCAID, Rebecca KINCAID, John KINCAID.


William KINCAID2,3 was born on 6 Jun 1769 in , Augusta Co., VA.2,3 He died Unknown in , Brown Co., OH.2,3 He is reference number 45992. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 [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.
(2) "History of Woodford County," by William R. Railey (Woodford Improvement League, Versai lles, KY, 1968) p.70.
(3) "Adams County, Ohio Deeds, 1797-1806" (T.L.C. Genealogy, Miami Beach, FL, 1990) p.43,52 ,86,92,93. Cites: (a) Vol. 1,2,3, p.238,283,284. (b) Vol. 4, p.227,229,290,292,294.
(4) "Adams County, Ohio Deeds, 1806-1812" (T.L.C. Genealogy, Miami Beach, FL, 1990) p.101,1 43. Cites: (a) Deed Bk 6, p.421,588.
(5) "History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B. Stivers (E.B. Stivers , West Union, OH, 1900) p.101.
(6) "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.
(7) Tax Records of Ohio 1801-1814, Auditor of State, duplicate record. Land tax for Adams C o., OH, 1809, p.19. FHL #522,842.
(8) "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: (1,6,8a) 6 Jun 1769. (1,2,6,8a) s/o William Kinkead/Eleanor Guy. (2) VA.
Marriage to Annie Dunlap: (1) 1 Dec 1789. (6)

(1) 1780: In company with others brought a drove of sheep to Woodford Co., KY.
(1) 1781, spring: Returned to Woodford, KY with his father's family.
(1) 1790: Took a lease on Stoner Creek, Bourbon Co., KY for a term of 7 years.
(1) After remaining in Bourbon Co, for 5 years, he sold his lease, becoming dissatified wit h KY on account of slavery.
(1) 1796: Removed to OH with William Dunlap (age 18), settling in Brown Co. (NOTE: Brown Co . created 1818 from Adams Co. and Clermont Co.)
(5) 1801, Mar: William Kincaid and John Espy were appointed Overseers of the newly create d township of Massie, Adams Co., OH. Other officers appointed included Andrew, James and Robe rt Moore, William Stephenson, Jeptha and Nathaniel Beasley. (NOTE: At that time, Massie Twp . included present Liberty Twp., Adams Co., and Huntington, Byrd, Jefferson, Jackson and Eagl e Twp.s in Brown Co., OH.)
(3a) 1802, 1 Mar: W. Kinkead, Wm. Dunlap and Isaac Shepherd witnessed a deed from John Shep herd of Adams Co., OH to Anthony Dunlavey, Adams Co., OH.
(3a) 1802, 6 Sep: William Kinkead witnessed deeds from John and Martha Shepherd of Adams Co ., OH to Isaac Shepherd and David Worstell, Adams Co., OH.
(3b) 1804, 22 Oct: William Kinkead and Alexander Campbell witnessed deeds from Alexander Du nlap of Woodford Co., KY to Mathew McClung and Jeptha Beasley, Adams Co., OH.
(3b) 1805, 28 Mar: William Kinkead of Adams Co., OH bought from Alexander Dunlap of Woodfor d Co., KY, for $450, 357 acres in Adams Co., OH on waters of Red Oak and Eagle Creek, part o f a tract patented to Dunlap 14 May 1796, bounded by trees. Wits. Mills Stephenson, Andrew Ca rr. Acknowledged same date by Alex. Dunlap Sr. before Mills Stephenson, J.P., Byrd Twp., Adam s Co., OH. On same date, William Kinkead witnessed deeds from Alexander Dunlap to Alexander C ampbell and William Dunlap.
(1) Bought 300 acres in Harris' survey.
(4a) 1809, 7 Jul: William Kinkead of Adams Co., OH bought from Alexander Dunlap of Woodfor d Co., KY, for $1,000.00, 305.5 acres in Adams Co., OH on Red Oak and Eagle Creeks, patente d to Dunlap 14 May 1796, and bounded by William Kinkead's survey. Wits. Eli Reeves (J.P.), Al exander Campbell.
(7) 1809: William Kinkead taxed for 575 acres, entry #2442 entered for Alexander Dunlap, Ad ams Co., OH. Rate 2, tax 4.31. (NOTE: Also on same page, John Kincaid in Sprigg Twp., Adams C o. This is s/o Thomas Kincaid/Mary Mackey.)
(4a) 1810, 10 Nov: William Kinkead of Adams Co., OH deeds to Mathew McClung of Adams Co., f or $7, 2.5 acres in Adams Co. on Eagle Creek, patented to Alexander Dunlap 14 May 1796, bound ed by the old division line between Alexander Dunlap and John Beasley. Wits. William Humphres , Alexander Campbell.

! (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) "Adams County, Ohio Deeds, 1797-1806" (T.L.C. Genealogy, Miami Beach, FL, 1990) p.43,52 ,86,92,93. Cites: (a) Vol. 1,2,3, p.238,283,284. (b) Vol. 4, p.227,229,290,292,294.
(4) "Adams County, Ohio Deeds, 1806-1812" (T.L.C. Genealogy, Miami Beach, FL, 1990) p.101,1 43. Cites: (a) Deed Bk 6, p.421,588.
(5) "History of Adams County, Ohio," by Nelson W. Evans and Emmons B. Stivers (E.B. Stivers , West Union, OH, 1900) p.101.
(6) "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.
(7) Tax Records of Ohio 1801-1814, Auditor of State, duplicate record. Land tax for Adams C o., OH, 1809, p.19. FHL #522,842.
(8) "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: (1,6,8a) 6 Jun 1769. (1,2,6,8a) s/o William Kinkead/Eleanor Guy. (2) VA.
Marriage to Annie Dunlap: (1) 1 Dec 1789. (6)

(1) 1780: In company with others brought a drove of sheep to Woodford Co., Kentucky.
(1) 1781, spring: Returned to Woodford, Kentucky with his father's family.
(1) 1790: Took a lease on Stoner Creek, Bourbon Co., Kentucky for a term of 7 years.
(1) After remaining in Bourbon Co, for 5 years, he sold his lease, becoming dissatified wit h KY on account of slavery.
(1) 1796: Removed to OH with William Dunlap (age 18), settling in Brown Co. (NOTE: Brown Co . created 1818 from Adams Co. and Clermont Co.)
(5) 1801, Mar: William Kincaid and John Espy were appointed Overseers of the newly create d township of Massie, Adams Co., OH. Other officers appointed included Andrew, James and Robe rt Moore, William Stephenson, Jeptha and Nathaniel Beasley. (NOTE: At that time, Massie Twp . included present Liberty Twp., Adams Co., and Huntington, Byrd, Jefferson, Jackson and Eagl e Twp.s in Brown Co., OH.)
(3a) 1802, 1 Mar: W. Kinkead, Wm. Dunlap and Isaac Shepherd witnessed a deed from John Shep herd of Adams Co., OH to Anthony Dunlavey, Adams Co., OH.
(3a) 1802, 6 Sep: William Kinkead witnessed deeds from John and Martha Shepherd of Adams Co ., OH to Isaac Shepherd and David Worstell, Adams Co., OH.
(3b) 1804, 22 Oct: William Kinkead and Alexander Campbell witnessed deeds from Alexander Du nlap of Woodford Co., Kentucky to Mathew McClung and Jeptha Beasley, Adams Co., OH.
(3b) 1805, 28 Mar: William Kinkead of Adams Co., OH bought from Alexander Dunlap of Woodfor d Co., Kentucky, for $450, 357 acres in Adams Co., OH on waters of Red Oak and Eagle Creek, part o f a tract patented to Dunlap 14 May 1796, bounded by trees. Wits. Mills Stephenson, Andrew Ca rr. Acknowledged same date by Alex. Dunlap Sr. before Mills Stephenson, J.P., Byrd Twp., Adam s Co., OH. On same date, William Kinkead witnessed deeds from Alexander Dunlap to Alexander C ampbell and William Dunlap.
(1) Bought 300 acres in Harris' survey.
(4a) 1809, 7 Jul: William Kinkead of Adams Co., OH bought from Alexander Dunlap of Woodfor d Co., Kentucky, for $1,000.00, 305.5 acres in Adams Co., OH on Red Oak and Eagle Creeks, patente d to Dunlap 14 May 1796, and bounded by William Kinkead's survey. Wits. Eli Reeves (J.P.), Al exander Campbell.
(7) 1809: William Kinkead taxed for 575 acres, entry #2442 entered for Alexander Dunlap, Ad ams Co., OH. Rate 2, tax 4.31. (NOTE: Also on same page, John Kincaid in Sprigg Twp., Adams C o. This is s/o Thomas Kincaid/Mary Mackey.)
(4a) 1810, 10 Nov: William Kinkead of Adams Co., OH deeds to Mathew McClung of Adams Co., f or $7, 2.5 acres in Adams Co. on Eagle Creek, patented to Alexander Dunlap 14 May 1796, bound ed by the old division line between Alexander Dunlap and John Beasley. Wits. William Humphres , Alexander Campbell. Parents: ,Sr. William KINCAID and Eleanor (Guy) GAY.

Spouse: Annie DUNLAP. William KINCAID and Annie DUNLAP were married on 1 Dec 1789 in , KY.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 Reference Number:576226 Children were: Peggy KINCAID, Scott KINCAID, Nancy KINCAID, Guy KINCAID, Alexander KINCAID, James KINCAID, Robert KINCAID, Annie KINCAID, William KINCAID.


William KINCAID2,3 was born about 1770.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 33686. [boyd-trees.ged]











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

!Birth: (1) s/o __ Kinkead/Elizabeth Wilson.

(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.

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

!Birth: (1) s/o __ Kinkead/Elizabeth Wilson.

(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. Parents: Samuel KINCAID and Elizabeth WILSON.


William KINCAID2,3 was born on 21 Jan 1779.2,3 He died on 9 Apr 1843 in Jefferson, Greene Co., PA.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 He is reference number 46314. [boyd-trees.ged]









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!(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.
(b) Will Book 2, p.176.
(2) Chester Co., PA Genealogical Soc. Master Index. FHL film #543,385. (a)
Washington Co., PA Deeds, Vol. 6, p.93.
(3) Greene Co., PA, Will Bk 2, p.176. FHL film. (Film poor and difficult to
read.)

!Birth: (1a) 21 Jan 1779, s/o Robert Kincaid/Susannah Powell.
Marriage to Mary __: (1) Probably Mary Cree.
Marriage to Sarah (Vanmeter) Morris: (1) Widow of Richard Morris. 1825/9.
Marriage to Martha (Vanmeter) Crago: (1) Sister of his 2nd wife and widow of
Samuel Crago. (2a)
Death: (1) 9 Apr 1843, Jefferson, Greene Co., PA.

(1) A soldier in the War of 1812.
(1) A prominent attorney.
(1) Of the the earliest members of the Masonic Lodge at Waynesburg.
(3) 1843, 22 Apr: Will of William Kincaid, blacksmith and farmer of Jefferson
Twp., Greene Co., PA, was proved. Named wife Martha; sons William and James;
Daughters Susannah (?), Mary (Vance? Gance?); Jane Reynolds, wife of John
Reynolds; heirs of Jane Reynolds; Barnett Neel and Margaret his wife; brother
James; grandchildren Mahalia Hil, daughter of my daughter Betties?, and
Kincaid Hill; Bazthes? Reynolds, daughter of John Reynolds; executors, son
James Kincaid, William R. Stall and William Kincaid. Witnesses William F.
Scott, Henry Crago, Rachel Crowell. (1) His will named his brother James
Kincaid administrator.
(2a) Martha, widow of the late William Kincaid whose estate was registered 22
Apr 1843, gives citation, naming two sons, James and William. James died 29 Feb
1851.



!(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.
(b) Will Book 2, p.176.
(2) Chester Co., Pennsylvania Genealogical Soc. Master Index. FHL film #543,385. (a)
Washington Co., Pennsylvania Deeds, Vol. 6, p.93.
(3) Greene Co., PA, Will Bk 2, p.176. FHL film. (Film poor and difficult to
read.)

!Birth: (1a) 21 Jan 1779, s/o Robert Kincaid/Susannah Powell.
Marriage to Mary __: (1) Probably Mary Cree.
Marriage to Sarah (Vanmeter) Morris: (1) Widow of Richard Morris. 1825/9.
Marriage to Martha (Vanmeter) Crago: (1) Sister of his 2nd wife and widow of
Samuel Crago. (2a)
Death: (1) 9 Apr 1843, Jefferson, Greene Co., PA.

(1) A soldier in the War of 1812.
(1) A prominent attorney.
(1) Of the the earliest members of the Masonic Lodge at Waynesburg.
(3) 1843, 22 Apr: Will of William Kincaid, blacksmith and farmer of Jefferson
Twp., Greene Co., PA, was proved. Named wife Martha; sons William and James;
Daughters Susannah (?), Mary (Vance? Gance?); Jane Reynolds, wife of John
Reynolds; heirs of Jane Reynolds; Barnett Neel and Margaret his wife; brother
James; grandchildren Mahalia Hil, daughter of my daughter Betties?, and
Kincaid Hill; Bazthes? Reynolds, daughter of John Reynolds; executors, son
James Kincaid, William R. Stall and William Kincaid. Witnesses William F.
Scott, Henry Crago, Rachel Crowell. (1) His will named his brother James
Kincaid administrator.
(2a) Martha, widow of the late William Kincaid whose estate was registered 22
Apr 1843, gives citation, naming two sons, James and William. James died 29 Feb
1851. Parents: Robert KINCAID and Susannah POWELL.

Spouse: Mary CREE. William KINCAID and Mary CREE were married. Reference Number:584532 Children were: Esther KINCAID, Mary KINCAID, Jane KINCAID, Margaret KINCAID, Mary KINCAID, James KINCAID, Susannah KINCAID, William KINCAID.

Spouse: Martha VAN METER. William KINCAID and Martha VAN METER were married. Reference Number:600783

Spouse: Sarah VAN METER. William KINCAID and Sarah VAN METER were married between 1825 and 1829.2,3 Reference Number:596580


William KINCAID2,3 was born about 1802.3 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 46073. [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.


William KINCAID2,3 was born in 1819.2,3 He died on 10 Jul 1885 in , Greene Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 He was buried Unknown in Hewitts Church, Greene Co., Pennsylvania.2,3 He is reference number 31495. [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Burial]2,3 [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Chester Co., Pennsylvania Genealogical Soc. Master Index. FHL film #543,385. (a)
Washington Co., Pennsylvania Deeds, Vol. 6, p.93.
(2) "The Tenmile Country and Its Pioneer Families," p.277-278.

!Birth: (1a,2) s/o William Kincaid. (2) 1819.
Marriage to Mariah Hughes: (1)
Death: (2) 10 Jul 1885.
Burial: (2) Hewitts Church, Green Co., PA.

(1a) Martha, widow of the late William Kincaid whose estate was registered 22
Apr 1843, gives citation, naming two sons, James and William. James died 29 Feb
1851.
(2) A prominent attorney.

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!(1) Chester Co., PA Genealogical Soc. Master Index. FHL film #543,385. (a)
Washington Co., PA Deeds, Vol. 6, p.93.
(2) "The Tenmile Country and Its Pioneer Families," p.277-278.

!Birth: (1a,2) s/o William Kincaid. (2) 1819.
Marriage to Mariah Hughes: (1)
Death: (2) 10 Jul 1885.
Burial: (2) Hewitts Church, Green Co., PA.

(1a) Martha, widow of the late William Kincaid whose estate was registered 22
Apr 1843, gives citation, naming two sons, James and William. James died 29 Feb
1851.
(2) A prominent attorney. Parents: William KINCAID and Mary CREE.

Spouse: Mariah HUGHES. William KINCAID and Mariah HUGHES were married. Reference Number:579507 Children were: Rachel KINCAID, Sarah KINCAID, Thomas KINCAID, Samuel S. KINCAID, James O. KINCAID, Sarah KINCAID, Thomas KINCAID.


,Judge William Berry KINCAID2,3 was born on 31 Dec 1809 in , Woodford Co., Kentucky.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 He died in 1894 in Lexington, Fayette Co., Kentucky.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Death]2,3 He was also known as Kinkead. He is reference number 29669. [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) "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.
(4) "History of Fayette Co., Kentucky," by Robert Peter, M.D. (O.L. Baskin &
Co., Chicago, 1882) p.639-640.
(5) "Kentucky Marriages 1797-1865," comp. by G. Glenn Clift (Reprint, Register
of KY Historical Soc., 1938-1940; Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore,1978)
p.84. Cites: (a) "The Lexington Observer & Reporter," 7 Oct 1835.

!Birth: (1,2a,3a) s/o John Kinkead/Margaret Trotter Blackburn. (2a) 1809. (3)
William Druey Kincaid. (4) 31 Dec 1809, Woodford Co., Kentucky.
Marriage to Elizabeth Wickliffe: (4) 1835. (5a) 22 Sep 1835.
Marriage to Elizabeth Fontaine Shelby: (1) Lexington, Kentucky. (3) (4) 1843.
Death: (2a) 1894.

(4) 1830: Graduated from Transylvania University.
(4) Studied law with Judge John BOYLE of Mercer Co., Kentucky.
(4) 1832: Admitted to the bar. Opened a law practice at Versailles, Kentucky.
(5a) 1835: Of Paris, Kentucky at time of marriage.
(4) 1842: Elected to represent Mercer Co., Kentucky in the state Legislature.
(4) 1843: (1,4) Moved to Lexington, Kentucky.
(1) An eminent scholar and jurist. Was active in behalf of Lexington's public
affairs for many years before his death. (4) Lawyer of Lexington, Kentucky.
(4) 1845: Appointed Circuit Judge of 19th Judicial District.
(4) 1850: Resigned his judgeship to go to Covington to go into practice with
Mortimer M. BENTON and John W. STEVENSON, late with G. CARLISLE.
(4) 1860: Returned to Fayette Co., Kentucky, where he lived on a farm.
(4) Sold his farm and removed to Lexington.
(4) Supported the Union in the Civil War.
(4) 1867: Ran for Governor and lost.
(1) 1878: Elected county judge.
(4) Member of the Presbyterian Church.[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) "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.
(4) "History of Fayette Co., Kentucky," by Robert Peter, M.D. (O.L. Baskin &
Co., Chicago, 1882) p.639-640.
(5) "Kentucky Marriages 1797-1865," comp. by G. Glenn Clift (Reprint, Register
of KY Historical Soc., 1938-1940; Genealogical Pub. Co., Baltimore,1978)
p.84. Cites: (a) "The Lexington Observer & Reporter," 7 Oct 1835.

!Birth: (1,2a,3a) s/o John Kinkead/Margaret Trotter Blackburn. (2a) 1809. (3)
William Druey Kincaid. (4) 31 Dec 1809, Woodford Co., KY.
Marriage to Elizabeth Wickliffe: (4) 1835. (5a) 22 Sep 1835.
Marriage to Elizabeth Fontaine Shelby: (1) Lexington, KY. (3) (4) 1843.
Death: (2a) 1894.

(4) 1830: Graduated from Transylvania University.
(4) Studied law with Judge John BOYLE of Mercer Co., KY.
(4) 1832: Admitted to the bar. Opened a law practice at Versailles, KY.
(5a) 1835: Of Paris, KY at time of marriage.
(4) 1842: Elected to represent Mercer Co., KY in the state Legislature.
(4) 1843: (1,4) Moved to Lexington, KY.
(1) An eminent scholar and jurist. Was active in behalf of Lexington's public
affairs for many years before his death. (4) Lawyer of Lexington, KY.
(4) 1845: Appointed Circuit Judge of 19th Judicial District.
(4) 1850: Resigned his judgeship to go to Covington to go into practice with
Mortimer M. BENTON and John W. STEVENSON, late with G. CARLISLE.
(4) 1860: Returned to Fayette Co., KY, where he lived on a farm.
(4) Sold his farm and removed to Lexington.
(4) Supported the Union in the Civil War.
(4) 1867: Ran for Governor and lost.
(1) 1878: Elected county judge.
(4) Member of the Presbyterian Church. Parents: John KINCAID and Margaret Trotter BLACKBURN.

Spouse: Elizabeth WICKLIFFE. ,Judge William Berry KINCAID and Elizabeth WICKLIFFE were married on 22 Sep 1835 in Bardstown, Nelson Co., Kentucky.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 Reference Number:556081

Spouse: Elizabeth Fontaine SHELBY. ,Judge William Berry KINCAID and Elizabeth Fontaine SHELBY were married in 1843 in Lexington, Fayette Co., Kentucky.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]2,3 Reference Number:556109 Children were: Margaret KINCAID, Thomas KINCAID, Shelby KINCAID, Frances Shelby KINCAID, Edward KINCAID, Mary Shelby KINCAID, Eleanor Talbott KINCAID, Elizabeth Shelby KINCAID, Margaret KINCAID, Thomas KINCAID, George Blackburn KINCAID.


William M. KINCAID2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 31587. [boyd-trees.ged]











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

!Birth: (1) s/o James Kincaid/Jane McCaslin.
Marriage to Emma Nichols: (1)[alice-boyd.FTW]

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

!Birth: (1) s/o James Kincaid/Jane McCaslin.
Marriage to Emma Nichols: (1) Parents: James KINCAID and Jane MC CASLIN.

Spouse: Emma NICHOLS. William M. KINCAID and Emma NICHOLS were married. Reference Number:595162


William Poage KINCAID2,3 died Unknown.3 He is reference number 29686. [boyd-trees.ged]











!(1) Chester Co., Pennsylvania Genealogical Soc. Genealogical and Biographical Records
File, FHL #561,704. Cites: (a) "Descendants of Robert and John Poage."

!Birth: (1a) s/o Andrew Kincaid/Ann Poage.
Marriage to Agnes Nelson: (1a)[alice-boyd.FTW]

!(1) Chester Co., PA Genealogical Soc. Genealogical and Biographical Records
File, FHL #561,704. Cites: (a) "Descendants of Robert and John Poage."

!Birth: (1a) s/o Andrew Kincaid/Ann Poage.
Marriage to Agnes Nelson: (1a) Parents: Andrew KINCAID and Ann POAGE.

Spouse: Agnes NELSON. William Poage KINCAID and Agnes NELSON were married. Reference Number:556554


William Renick KINCAID2,3 was born on 19 Jan 1831 in , Greenbrier Co., West Virginia.2,3 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]2,3 He died in Aug 1884 in Covington, Alleghany Co., VA.2,3 He is reference number 33673. [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) 19 Jan 1831, s/o James Kincaid/Phebe Kincaid.
Marriage to Mary Ann Bell: (1)
Death: (1) Aug 1884, Covington, VA.

(1) Served in the Confederate Army.[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) 19 Jan 1831, s/o James Kincaid/Phebe Kincaid.
Marriage to Mary Ann Bell: (1)
Death: (1) Aug 1884, Covington, VA.

(1) Served in the Confederate Army. Parents: ,Col. James KINCAID and Phebe KINCAID.

Spouse: Mary Ann BELL. William Renick KINCAID and Mary Ann BELL were married. Reference Number:634811 Children were: Thomas Alexander Bell KINCAID.


KINCAIDE.188

Spouse: STORER. Children were: Living STORER, Living STORER, Living STORER, Living STORER, Living STORER.


Living KINCANNON.3

Spouse: Living RAKES.


Sallie Mccellan KINCANNON5,128 was born about 1792.5,128 She is reference number 2744.

Spouse: Andrew Steel FULTON. Andrew Steel FULTON and Sallie Mccellan KINCANNON were married. Reference Number:12742 Children were: John Judge Hall FULTON.


Elizabeth KINCHLOE3,610 was born WFT Est 1743-1763.3,610 She died WFT Est 1764-1847.3,610 She is reference number 64304.

Spouse: William WHALEY. William WHALEY and Elizabeth KINCHLOE were married WFT Est 1764-1797.3,610 Reference Number:1080858


Pamela Marie KINCOID.19

Spouse: Donald Joe GREGORY. Children were: Jimmy Lee GREGORY, Kenneth Brent GREGORY, Dawnelle Marie GREGORY.


Streda KINDALL.3 Parents: Philip BESSICK and Addie Boyd BESSICK.


Catherine KINDER5,93,94,160 was born about 1809 in .5,94 She died in Apr 1877 in Sebastian County, Arkansas.5,93,94,160 She was buried in Apr 1877 in Steephill Cemetery.5,94 She is reference number 7851. [master ged.FTW]

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A document of 12/1/1877 in Greenwood, Arkansas says Catherine Byrum died about April 1877 & that her estate was being handled by Gilbert Looman who was appointed to sell the property-----probated. Although Catherine did not show upon the 1870 Sebastian county, Arkansas census the age would be correct. She may have lived in another county in 1870.
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Kentucky
Madison County

Byrum, John married Kinder, Catherine on 29 Sep 1825 in Madison County, Kentucky Parents: Samuel KINDER and Elizabeth GULLY.

Spouse: John BYRUM. John BYRUM and Catherine KINDER were married on 29 Sep 1825 in Madison County, Kentucky.5,93,94,160 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]5,94 Reference Number:12182
[master ged.FTW]

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[Marie Kathleen's.FTW]

Marriage bond dated: September 26, 1825. Bondsman was Samuel Kinder, father of the bride. Return date was September 26, 1825. This is all recorded in marriage records of Madison county, Kentucky.

Marriages--Kentucky to 1850

Kentucky
Madison County

Byrum, John married Kinder, Catherine on 29 Sep 1825 in Madison County, Kentucky Children were: James D. BYRUM, George O. BYRUM, Elizabeth BYRUM, Margaret Jane BYRUM, Henry BYRUM, William J. BYRUM, John Marion BYRUM, Sr Alfred Joseph BYRUM, Harvey Taylor BYRUM, Sarah Ellen BYRUM.


Elizabeth KINDER5,93,94,160 was born in 1802.5,93,94,160 She died.5,93,94 She is reference number 1327. Parents: Samuel KINDER and Elizabeth GULLY.

Spouse: Thomas BYRUM. Thomas BYRUM and Elizabeth KINDER were married on 25 Oct 1825.5,94 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Marriage]5,93,94,160 Reference Number:2336
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[Marie Kathleen's.FTW]

Marriage notes for Thomas Byrum and Elizabeth Kinder: Bondsman was Samuel Kinder, father of the bride. Consent was given by Henry Byrum, father of the groom.


George J. KINDER3,449 was born on 28 Nov 1913 in Rockford, Mercer County, Ohio.3,449 He died on 4 Aug 1973 in Rockford, Mercer County, Ohio.3,449 He is reference number 17411. [boyd-trees.ged]











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OBITUARY:

George J. Kinder, 59, Rockford, died at 8:10 p.m Saturday, August 4, 1973, at his residence. Death was due to a heart attack. he was born in November 28, 1913 in Rockford, son a George R. and Nellie O. (Pifer) Kinder. He married Bessie Robbins June 26, 1949, and she survives with one daughter, Mrs Fred (Martha) Baltzell of Rockford; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren, and one sister, Catharine Kinder of Littleton, colorado. Mr. Kinder was the grandson of DeWhitt Clinton Kinder, who founded the Rockford Press in 1883. This paper was printed on Washington hand press, which still exists, and a framed cop of the first edition is preserved. After D. C. Kinder's death, his son George Sr. managed the plant, until he disposed of it to his son George Jr. The deceased reopened the plant after he closed it for three years service in the South Pacific during World War II, and then in 1957 he sold to Fred Baltzell, the present owner. Mr. Kinder came to Celina in 196a, where he bought the Book Printing Co., which he operated until 1970. Mr. Kinder was active in affairs of the Rockford Bank, servind as president from 1967 to 1972, until it merged with the First National Bank of Celina andbecame the First National Bank of Mercer County. Recently Mr. Kinder was a member of the advisory board of the newly formed bank. He was also a member of the First United Presformed bank. He was also a member of the First United Presbyterian Church of Rockford, wa a veteran of World War II, Shanes Lodge #377, F and Am; and Rockford American Legion #508. Funeral services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the ketcham-Ripley Funeral Home, Rockford, the Rev. Charles Haddock officiating. Burial willbe in Riverside Cemetery, Rockford, Ohio. Friends may call at the funeral home after 1:30 p.m. today (Monday).

Buried on AUgust 7, 1973 in Riverside. Has War Grave Registration Card AAF Parents: George Rollins KINDER and Nellie Olivia PIFER.

Spouse: Bessie H. MORRISON. George J. KINDER and Bessie H. MORRISON were married on 26 Jun 1949.3,449 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Marriage fact]3,449 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Unknown-Begin]3,449 Reference Number:372292 Children were: Martha KINDER.


George Rollins KINDER3,449 was born on 6 Apr 1881 in Mercer Co. Ohio.3,449 He died on 2 Mar 1966.3,449 He is reference number 17409.

Spouse: Nellie Olivia PIFER. George Rollins KINDER and Nellie Olivia PIFER were married on 3 Jul 1911 in Mercer Co. Ohio.3,449 Reference Number:372160 Children were: Katharine Louise KINDER, George J. KINDER.


James A. KINDER5,128 was born about 1856.5,128

Spouse: Lucy E. HALSTEAD. James A. KINDER and Lucy E. HALSTEAD were married.


Katharine Louise KINDER3,449 was born on 21 Mar 1912.3,449 She died after 4 Aug 1973.3,449 She is reference number 17410. [boyd-trees.ged]











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Katherine is in Littleton, Colorado in 1973 and 1982 Parents: George Rollins KINDER and Nellie Olivia PIFER.


Living KINDER.3

Spouse: Verna Mae COOPER. Children were: Living KINDER, Living KINDER, Living KINDER, Living KINDER, Living KINDER, Living KINDER, Living KINDER.


Living KINDER.3 Parents: Living KINDER and Verna Mae COOPER.

Spouse: Living WHITMORE. Children were: Living KINDER, Living KINDER.


Living KINDER.3 Parents: Living KINDER and Living WHITMORE.


Living KINDER.3 Parents: Living KINDER and Living WHITMORE.


Living KINDER.3 Parents: Living KINDER and Verna Mae COOPER.

Spouse: Living LAPAUGH. Children were: Living KINDER, Living KINDER.

Spouse: Living MEGGISON. Children were: Living KINDER, Living KINDER.


Living KINDER.3 Parents: Living KINDER and Living LAPAUGH.


Living KINDER.3 Parents: Living KINDER and Living LAPAUGH.


Living KINDER.3 Parents: Living KINDER and Living MEGGISON.


Living KINDER.3 Parents: Living KINDER and Living MEGGISON.

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