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The Ancestors of Vickie Beard Thompson

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Jean BAIRD

She was mentioned in her father and her sister Mary's Will's.


John BAIRD Sr.

MILITARY RECORDS: John served in the Revolutionary War. He served in Captian George Dunlap's company from 1 July to 1 Aug 1780, under Lieut. Thomas Thompson from 15 Feb to 8 Mar 1781, from 8 Aug until 19 Sep 1781, he was quartermaster under Colonel Postell, and was then under Lieut. Thomas Dunlap for a short period starting 27 Apr 1782.

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PROBATE RECORDS: Abbeville County, South Carolina Box 11 Packet 222
Will of - John BAIRD was written 24 Apr 1797 and proved 28 Nov 1798 in Abbeville County, South Carolina. He mentioned wife but did not name her, mentioned sons: Adam, John, Andrew and Simon. The Will was set aside after two of the three witnesses to the will testified that they believed him to be insane at the time he wrote the will. None of his daughters are mentioned. Witnesses: Simon BAIRD, Alexander WHITE, John WHITE
Estate: John BAIRD, Probated 26 March 1798, Widow: Martha BAIRD, Bondsmen: Simon BAIRD, John WHITE, Samuel FOSTER, Hugh BAIRD, Adam HILL

Buyers at sale: Martha BAIRD (wife), William QUAY, Samuel MORRIS, James McCLINTON, Mary BAIRD (sister), James STEWART, Hugh BAIRD, Anthony YELDAL, Adam BAIRD (father), John GASTON, Jeremiah ABLE, Jean VICKERY (sister), Elijah LYON, Andrew WHITE, John WILSON, James FOSTER, Alexander WHITE.
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NOTES: Information from Archive Record submitted by Lary Milton McGrew of 234 7th Ave. Salt Lake City, Utah. He states he is the 4th great-grandson of John and Lilias McClurken Baird.


Lilias MCCLURKEN

NOTES: According to different sources, it is just supposed she is the wife of John Baird, because John had a daughter named Lilias. There is no proof yet that she was the wife of John Baird. This will need further research.


John BAIRD Sr.

MILITARY RECORDS: John served in the Revolutionary War. He served in Captian George Dunlap's company from 1 July to 1 Aug 1780, under Lieut. Thomas Thompson from 15 Feb to 8 Mar 1781, from 8 Aug until 19 Sep 1781, he was quartermaster under Colonel Postell, and was then under Lieut. Thomas Dunlap for a short period starting 27 Apr 1782.

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PROBATE RECORDS: Abbeville County, South Carolina Box 11 Packet 222
Will of - John BAIRD was written 24 Apr 1797 and proved 28 Nov 1798 in Abbeville County, South Carolina. He mentioned wife but did not name her, mentioned sons: Adam, John, Andrew and Simon. The Will was set aside after two of the three witnesses to the will testified that they believed him to be insane at the time he wrote the will. None of his daughters are mentioned. Witnesses: Simon BAIRD, Alexander WHITE, John WHITE
Estate: John BAIRD, Probated 26 March 1798, Widow: Martha BAIRD, Bondsmen: Simon BAIRD, John WHITE, Samuel FOSTER, Hugh BAIRD, Adam HILL

Buyers at sale: Martha BAIRD (wife), William QUAY, Samuel MORRIS, James McCLINTON, Mary BAIRD (sister), James STEWART, Hugh BAIRD, Anthony YELDAL, Adam BAIRD (father), John GASTON, Jeremiah ABLE, Jean VICKERY (sister), Elijah LYON, Andrew WHITE, John WILSON, James FOSTER, Alexander WHITE.
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NOTES: Information from Archive Record submitted by Lary Milton McGrew of 234 7th Ave. Salt Lake City, Utah. He states he is the 4th great-grandson of John and Lilias McClurken Baird.


Martha WHITE

NOTES: She was left land in her husband's will with the stipulation that her share were to go to Andrew and Simon after her death. Her maiden name may have been White as people by that last name are mentioned in quite a few different records where she is mentioned also.


Simon BAIRD

PROBATE RECORDS: His father's Will said he and Andrew were the two youngest sons.


John HAWTHORN

He was killed in the Black Hawk War.


John BAIRD Jr.

NOTES: He was left land in his father's will.

NOTES: John and his wife Mary transfered their membership from Cedar Springs in Abbeville to the Hopewell Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church at Morning Sun, Preble County, Ohio on 14 Sep 1811. They sold there land in Preble sometime in 1817 or 1818, moving before 1820 to Sparta, Randolph, Illinois.

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PROBATE RECORDS: Randolph County, Illinois
Last Will And Testament of - John BAIRD In the name of God, our heavenly father, I, John BAIRD, of the said Randolph County, Illinois, being of sound mind and memory, but weak in body, do hereby make and declare this to be my last Will and Testament. Imprimis, I leave all my real estate to my two sons, Alexander P. BAIRD, and George C. BAIRD, on the following conditions, to wit: That they support their mother, during her life, according to her all due filial obedience, and everything necessary to her comfort and happiness, to the best of their abilities. Secondly, I will that all my personal property, or so much thereof as will suffice to pay all my lawful debts, be sold and disposed of in such manner, as the law of the state indicates. I also bequeath to my son, James B. BAIRD, the horse which he claims as his own. Lastly, it is my wish, that my books and clothes, be reserved from sale and kept in the family. Given under my hand and seal this fifth day of July, 1851, I appoint James B. BAIRD to be executor of this my last will. John BAIRD, Witnesses: Joseph FARNAN & Samuel P. BAIRD, probated 7 Aug 1851 ======================================================================


Lilias BAIRD

NOTES: She and her husband moved from Cedar Springs to Israel Twp, Preble, Ohio leaving in the autumn of 1816 and it took about 6 weeks to make the 600 mile journey. They moved to Rush County, Indiana in the 1830's and then back to Preble County, Ohio in the 1840's.


Nancy Jane PROWELL

She was 12 in 1850.

She was 19 in 1860.


Christopher Columbus HAYDEN

CENSUS RECORDS: He was 10 in 1880.

CENSUS RECORDS: He was 39 in 1910, working as a miner, living in Rosiclare, Hardin, Illinois.

CENSUS RECORDS: He was 59 in 1930, married when he was 20, working as a spar miner, living in Monroe Pct, Pope, Illinois.


Alberta

CENSUS RECORDS: She was 45 in 1930, married when she was 29.


John BAIRD

CENSUS RECORDS: 1830 Hempstead County, Arkansas page #129
John BAIRD 1 male under 5 (Simon), 2 males 5 to 10 (John & James), 1 male 10 to 15 (Arthur), 1 male 15 to 20 (?), 1 male 40 to 50 (John), 1 female under 5 (Cynthia), 1 female 5 to 10 (?), 1 female 20 to 30 (Sarah)


Sarah ADAMS

She was 48 in 1850, living in Ozan Twp, Hempstead, Arkansas.