DNA #198598 A-1b
VETTEDPosted March 25, 2011
Michael Joe Kinkead DNA #198598
Group A set 1b
Researcher: Debra Griggs with help from participant
LINEAGE REVIEWMichael Joe Kinkead
Harry William Kinkead 1915-2001
William Anderson Kinkead 1875-1962
Williams Kinkead 1846-1925
Anderson Kinkead 1819-1902
William Kinkead Sr 1792-1860
David Kinkead 1750-1829
Joseph Kinkead ~1730-~1796
David Kinkead ~1700-1779
MICHAEL JOE KINKEADMichael Joe Kinkead b.Nov. 23, 1960 Kingsport, Sullivan Co. Tennessee
Son of Harry William Kinkead and Anita Jean Henry
Tennessee Birth Certificate of Michael Joe Kinkead, date of birth Nov. 23, 1960 County of Sullivan, Tennessee.Parents listed as Harry William Kinkead and Anita Jean Henry.
Personal Knowledge: Michael knew his parents and was acknowledge as their son.
HARRY WILLIAM KINKEADHarry William Kinkead b. June 11, 1915 Scott Co. Virginia d. Nov. 29, 2001 Kingsport, Sullivan Co. Tennessee. m.Anita Jean Henry, March 14, 1946 Gate City, Scott Co.Virginia.
Son of William Anderson Kinkead and Cora Stewart
Tennessee Death Certificate of Harry William Kinkead b. June 11, 1915 d. Nov. 29, 2001 Kingsport, Sullivan Co Tennessee. Father: William Anderson Kinkead, Mother: Cora Stewart
Kingsport News (Tennessee)
Harry William Kinkead 86 entered into rest Thursday Nov 29, 2001 at Holston Valley Medical Center. Mr. Kinkead was born in Scott Co. Va. on June 11, 1915 to the late William Anderson Kinkead and Cora Stewart Kinkead. Mr. Kinkead was a veteran of the U S Army.Serving in WWII and served with the 29th Infantry Division. He also attended Pine Grove Baptist Church. Including his parents he was preceded in death by his daughter, Carol Sue Kinkead, three sisters Frances Muth, Bobbie Brickey, and Elsie Kinkead, five brothers, Paul, Brady, Bruce, Lonnie and Brodus Kinkead.Survivors include his wife, Anita Henry Kinkead, Dungannon, Va. daughter and son-in-law Sherry and Wayne Miller of Weber City, Va. two sons and daughter in law, Larry and Fran Stone Kinkead, Weber City Va.and Michael Joe Kinkead Dungannon Va.....Burial will be at Holston View Cemetery with military graveside rites conducted by the Charles DeWitt Byrd Post #3382 of the VFW.
1920 Census DeKalb, Scott Co. Virginia
Kinkead W A head 43 Tennessee
Cora wife 43 Tennessee
Lonnie son 20 Tennessee
Francis daughter 16 Virginia
Brady N son 13 Virginia
Bruce son 11 Virginia
Thelma daughter 8 Virginia
Brodus son 6 Virginia
Harry son 4 Virginia
Lucian son 3 Virginia
Nannie Kate 4/12 Virginia
1910 Census DeKalb, Scott Co. Virginia
Kinkead William A head 33 Tennessee
Cora wife 33 Tennessee
Lonnie C son 10 Tennessee
Robert daughter 8 Tennessee
Frances daughter 6 Virginia
Bradey N son 4 Virginia
Bruce son 2 Virginia
1900 Census Surgoinsville, Hawkins Co. Tennessee (District 8)
Kinkead William head Aug 1875 Tennessee
Cora wife Oct 1875 Tennessee
Elsie M daughter June 1897 Tennessee
Carl son July 1899 Tennessee
State of Tennessee Hawkins County
William Kinkead and Cora Stewart
I solemnized the Rites of Matrimony between the within named parties on the 12th day of August 1896 by;R J Looney JP Source;Ancestry.com "Tennessee State Marriages 1780-2002"
Oct 7 1962 Kingsport News (Tennessee)
W A Kinkead 87 died at his residence at Stony Creek Community at 5:15 am Saturday.
He was born in Hawkins Co. Tenn. and had been living in Scott Co. where he was a merchant for the past 40 years.He was a member of the Free Will Baptist Church of Hawkins Co.Survivors include Mrs. Leonard Brickey, Mrs. Leslie Brickey both of Kingsport. Mrs. Thelma Brickey of Dungannon, Va. Mrs. Leonard Muth of Earlsville,Md.Four sons Brady,Bruce,Harry and Lucian all of Dungannon.....Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery.
Oct 23 1958 Kingsport News (Tennessee)
Mrs. Cora Stewart Kinkead 83 died Wednesday at Holston Valley Community Hospital.
Mrs. Kinkead was a native of Hawkins County but had lived most of her life in Scott County.
Survivors include her widower, William Kinkead, four daughters Mrs. L E Brickey and Mrs. L J Brickey both of Kingsport, Mrs. Leonard Muth of Earlsville, Md and Mrs. Fred Brickey of Fort Blackmore, Va. Four sons, Brady of Arlington,Va. Bruce, Harry and Lucian Kinkead all of Fort Blackmore, Va. Four sisters Mrs. Bob Fleenor of Kingsport, Mrs. Harlan Price of Knoxville, Mrs. Claude Owens of Church Hill, Mrs. Ona Kinkead of New Market, Tennessee.... Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery.
WILLIAM ANDERSON KINKEADWilliam Anderson Kinkead b.August 25 1875 Hawkins Co.Tennessee d. Oct 6, 1962 Dungannon, Scott Co. Virginia m. Cora Stewart August 12, 1896 Hawkins Co. Tennessee
Son of Williams Kinkead and Susan Hagood
Virginia Death Certificate of William Anderson Kinkead b. August 25, 1875 Hawkins Co. Tennessee d. Oct 6, 1962 Dungannon, Scott Co. Tennessee. Father: Anderson Kinkead, Mother: Frances Kinkead, Informant: Harry Kinkead
Bible Record of;
Williams Kinkead Junior and Susan Frances Hagood;
Source; From Jean Harris, grand daughter of William Anderson Kinkead
Williams Kinkead Junior born August 2 1846
Susan Francis Hagood born Oct 10 1849
John Wesley Kinkead born Oct 13 1871
Nancy Catharine Kinkead born July 12 1873
William Anderson Kinkead born August 25 1875
Mary Ann Kinkead born April 24 1877
James D Kinkead born March 2 1880
Sallie R Kinkead born Sept 15 1886
Mary A Hagood was born August the 20 1843
Stephen D Hagood was born Sept 8 1820
Susan Frances Kinkead died July 12 1892
Williams Kinkead died April 25 1925
William Anderson Kinkead and his brother James D Kinkead left Hawkins Co.Tennessee in early 1900's and went to Scott Co. Virginia. It has been stated by Williams' grandchildren that they left because the stepmother Margaret Seaver ran them off or caused them to leave. They found work in Scott Co. on the CC&O Railroad and the Band Mill. Source: Stated by Jean Harris, Michael J Kinkead and Larry J Kinkead.
1920 Census DeKalb, Scott Co. Virginia
Kincaid James D head 40 Tennessee
Sarah D wife 27 Virginia
Clarance son 14 Virginia
Mary B daughter Virginia
Mae daughter 10 Virginia
Gladys daughter 8 Virginia
Willie son 5 Virginia
Mattie daughter 2 Virginia
1910 Census DeKalb, Scott Co. Virginia
Kinkead James D head 26 Tennessee
Derinda S wife 20 Virginia
Clarance A son 5 Virginia
Mary B daughter 4 Virginia
Lillie M daughter 7/12 Virginia
[note: Below James is in household with parents on 1880 census William/Susan and in household on 1900 census with father/stepmother William/Margaret. See next section. Inclusion of data on James D backs up family history above]
Scott Co. Virginia Marriage Records; Source; FHL film # 337187
Marriage Register; Date May 9 1904
J D Kinkead age 22 b.Tenn, Parents Wm and Sucy
Derinda Hill age 16 b. Scott Co. Virginia, Parents J W and Mima
Marriage Performed by M G Nelson
1880 Census Surgoinsville, Hawkins Co. Tennessee (District 8)
Kinkead Wm head 31 Tennessee
Susan wife 30 Tennessee
John W son 8 Tennessee
Nannie daughter 6 Tennessee
William son 5 Tennessee
Mollie daughter 3 Tennessee
James son 2/12 Tennessee
Hagood Mary A 34 sister in law Tennessee
[note William is living with 1st wife Susan Hagood]
WILLIAMS KINKEADWilliams Kinkead b. August 2, 1846 Hawkins Co.Tennessee d. April 25 1925 Surgoinsville, Hawkins Co. Tennessee m. 1st Susan Frances Hagood Sept 18. 1870 m.2nd Margaret Seaver April 23, 1894 both in Hawkins Co.Tennessee
Son of Anderson Kinkead and Caroline Lincus
1900 Census Surgoinsville, Hawkins Co. Tennessee (District 8)
Kinkead William head Aug 1846 Tennessee
Margaret wife April 1863 Tennessee
Mollie daughter April 1877 Tennessee
James son May 1880 Tennessee
Sallie daughter Sept 1886 Tennessee
Anderson (Father) April 1819 Tennessee
Caroline (mother) Jan 1820 Tennessee
[note: William is living with 2nd wife Margaret Seaver]
State of Tennessee, Hawkins County.
William Kinkead and Margaret Seaver
Marriage Bond signed; W M Kinkead
I solemnized Rites of Matrimony between the within named parties on the 28th day of April 1894 E H Smith JP Source;Ancestry.com "Tennessee State Marriages 1780-2002"
[note;1880 Census is above]
Marriage License Record Return;
State of Tennessee, Hawkins County
William Kinkead to Susan F Hagood
I solemnized the Rites of Matrimony between the above named parties
the 15th day of Sept 1870. Samuel Hamilton. Source; Ancestry.com "Tennessee State Marriages 1780-2002" [note;Their take home marriage certificate states his name as Williams Kinkead Junior]
1870 Census Hawkins Co.Tennessee (District 8)
Anderson Kinkead 51 Tennessee
Caroline 50 Tennessee
Samuel A 26 Tennessee
Williams 23 Tennessee
Nancy C 18 Tennessee
David H 16 Tennessee
James R 13 Tennessee
1860 Census Hawkins Co. Tennessee (District 8)
355 335 Kinkead Anderson 42 Tennessee
Caroline 41 Tennessee
Margaret E 17 Tennessee
Samuel A 15 Tennessee
Wm's 13 Tennessee
Nancy 8 Tennessee
David 6 Tennessee
James 3 Tennessee
1850 Census Hawkins Co.Tennessee (District 9)
Kincade Anderson 35 Tenn
Caroline 31 Tenn
Margaret 9 Tenn
Samuel 8 Tenn
Williams 5 Tenn
Harvey 1 Tenn
State of Tennessee, Hawkins County
Marriage Bond signed by; Anderson Kinkead and Andrew Kinsinger
Anderson Kinkead and Caroline Lincus
6th day of April 1840 Source; Copy of Marriage Bond from Jean Harris
ANDERSON KINKEADAnderson Kinkead b. April 12, 1819 Hawkins Co. Tennessee d.1902 Surgoinsville, Hawkins Co. Tennessee m.Caroline Lincus Oct.6,1840 Hawkins Co.Tennessee
Son of Williams Kinkead SR. and Nancy Gibbons
Hawkins Co.Tennessee Deed Book 25 pg. 254 Nov 19, 1859. Between Wm's Kinkead Senr. of the one part and Anderson Kinkead my son of the other part both of the County of Hawkins and State of Tennessee Witnesseth that the said Wm's Kinkead Sr. for and in consideration of the sum of five dollars to him in hand paid by the said Anderson Kinkead the receipt whereof is hereby acknowledged hath and by these doth bargain and sell unto the said Anderson Kinkead my son a certain tract or parcel of land lying in said county of Hawkins and state aforesaid in District No.8 in Carters Valley. Beginning on a stake in the ford of Big Creek where the Carters Valley Road crosses said creek.
Will of Williams Kinkead SR.dated Dec 9, 1859 and proven August 6, 1860 appoints Anderson Kinkead and Michael Miller executors of will. Williams leaves his estate to his four daughters: Mary Ann Gillenwaters, Elizabeth Gillenwaters, Nancy L Miller and Susan Adeline Gillenwaters.
1860 Census Hawkins Co.Tennessee (District 8)
358 338 Kinkead Williams 30 Tennessee
Louisiana 19 Tennessee
Mary R 1 Tennessee
David 23 Tennessee
359 339 Kinkead Williams 69 Tennessee
360 340 Kinkead Polly A 45 Tennessee
Nancy 23 Tennessee
Rowana 15 Tennessee
[note: widow of Robert]
361 341 Miller Michael 32 Virginia
Nancy L 33 Tennessee
Mary E 8 Tennessee
Rowana C 5 Tennessee
[note:See 1860 census above for Anderson Kinkead]
1850 Census Hawkins Co.Tennessee (District)
Kincade Williams 55 Tennessee
Mary 46 Tennessee
Williams 20 Tennessee
David 13 Tennessee
Jane 16 Tennessee
Ann 14 Tennessee
Frances 9 Tennessee
Katharine 5 Tennessee
[note;Jane, Ann, Frances and Katharine are the children of Mary Ann and Robert Kinkead, Williams' brother. Source; Bible Record of Robert Kinkead. Additional Source; "Miss Nan, Beloved Rebel, a true account of Nancy Ann Kinkead's (daughter of Robert Kinkead) life before and after the Civil War", written by her grand daughter Margaret Lyons Smith who was raised by her grandmother Nancy Ann Kinkead Etter b.1837 d.1923. Her death date is written in bible of Robert Kinkead.This book can be found online on Google Books]
Record of Marriages;
State of Tennessee, Hawkins County
Williams Kinkead and Polly Ann Kinkead, July 13 1848- solemnized by; L Spears JP
Source; Ancestry.com "Tennessee State Marriages 1780-2002"
[note;Williams married the widow of his brother Robert W Kinkead, Mary Ann"Polly"Merrimon Kinkead, Source; "Miss Nan,Beloved Rebel"
1840 Census Hawkins Co.Tennessee
males 2 under 5,1 10-15,1 20-30,1 40-50 females 1 under 5,2 10-15,1 15-20,1 20-30,1 40-50
1830 Census Hawkins Co.Tennessee
males 1 under 5, 1 5-10,2 20-30,1 30-40 females 2 under 5,1 5-10,1 10-15,1 20-30,1 30-40
State of Tennessee, Hawkins County
Marriage Bond signed by;Williams Kinkead and Joseph McMinn
Williams Kinkead and Nancy Gibbons
23rd day of April 1816 Source; Ancestry.com "Tennessee State Marriages 1780-2002"
WILLIAM KINKEAD SRWilliam Kinkead Sr b. March 25 1792 Hawkins Co.Tennessee d.1860 Hawkins Co.Tennessee
m.1st Nancy Gibbons April 23, 1816 m.2nd Mary Ann "Polly" Merrimon Kinkead July 13, 1848 both in Hawkins Co.Tennessee
Son of David Kinkead and Mary Williams
Williams Kinkead and David Kinkead were administrators of David Kinkead's Estate......
Source; Found in County Court Records for August 1831
Bible Record of David Kinkead and Mary Williams
Records from Bible purchased in 1803 by David Kinkead
David Kinkead b. August 3, 1750. Mary his wife born July 5, 1769. They were married 1788
Anney born 1788
Joseph born June 29 1790
Williams born March 25 1792
Rebekah Oct 7 1793
Jane August 2 1795
John July 13 1797
Melinda August 14 1799
David August 6 1801
Robert May 6 1803
James Harvey July 2 1805
John Calvert August 1807
Samuel Addison Nov 19 1809
Edwards June 7 1812
Nancy Kinkead b.1788 was married to John Long and lived in Ky. [note; she is mentioned in the will of Joseph McMinn below]
[Note; In the book "Miss Nan, Beloved Rebel" Nan Kinkead refers to her father Robert Kinkead and her uncle Williams Kinkead as the sons of David Kinkead/Mary Williams (see bible record above) and that her grandfather was known as Short David Kinkead and was the son of Joseph Kinkead from Virginia. The author of the book Margaret Lyons Smith was a grand daughter of Nancy Ann Kinkead. Williams Kinkead married 2nd the widow of his brother, Mary Ann Kinkead. As written in Bible of Robert Kinkead: Robert W Kinkead was born May the 6th 1803. Polly Ann Kinkead was born January the 8th 1805. Robert W Kinkead and Polly Ann his wife was married August the 31st 1826.....Wms Kinkead and Polly Ann his wife was married July 13th 1848.
McMinn Bible Record;
Rebecca Kinkead was married to Joseph McMinn governor of Tennessee from 1815-1821.They were married Jan 5 1812 Hawkins Co.TN. Rebecca was born Oct 7, 1793 in Carters Valley, Hawkins Co. TN daughter of David and Mary Kinkead. She died Jan 11, 1815 of a nervous fever of 29 days continuation age 21 yrs 9 mo.Source: "Tennessee Bible Records".
Will of Joseph McMinn; Excerpt from will dated Nov 6 1824
County of Hawkins in the State of Tennessee.....I give and bequeath to my sister Jane Kinkead daughter of David and Mary Kinkead, a mulatto woman named Milly, she being the same that I obtained by my marriage with Rebecca Kinkead, sister to the said Jane Kinkead, which mulatto woman with all her present and future increase of children, Josiah excepted.I bequeath as aforesaid to the said Jane and the issue of her body lawfully begotten, but in the event of her death with out such issue living, any one or more of her brother or sisters then the said Milly and her children as above bequeathed to the said Jane Kinkead shall descend to and become property of such surviving brothers and sisters, share and share alike, as tenants in common and not as joint tenants. I give and bequeath to Rebecca McMinn Long daughter of John and Nancy Long of Kentucky the said Josiah above excepted.
Jane Kinkead b.August 2 1795 m.Joseph B Newell
Pulaski Co.Ky Biographical Sketches Chapter 9.....S.A.Newell a native of Pulaski Co.Ky and a son of Joseph B Newell and Jane Kinkead Newell was born Dec 15 1832.Joseph B Newell, a native of the same county was born in 1800 he died 1880. His parents were Samuel and Jean Montgomery Newell. Jane Kinkead Newell was born in Hawkins Co.TN IN 1795 a daughter of David Kinkead and Mary Williams Kinkead.
David Kinkead b.August 6 1801 married Mary Critz [note; See Tennessee General Assembly Biographies below]
DAVID KINKEADDavid Kinkead b. August 3 1750 Albemarle/Augusta Co. Virginia d. June 2, 1829 Hawkins Co. Tennessee m.Mary Williams Feb.8,1788 in Hawkins Co.Tennessee
Son of Joseph Kinkead and Rebecca Calvert
Chancery Court at Rodgersville,Hawkins Co.Tennessee....1863 ending March term 1865
To the Hon. John K. Shields, Chancellor & holding the Chancery Court at Rodgersville for the County of Hawkins-The Bill of Complaint of W.T Ellis,Edgar Ellis,Sarah G Watterson,Margaret Kinkead,Mary Marsh and S.H.Ford-Residents of Hawkins County Tenn Filed against John R Bussell a resident of Scott Co.Virginia.
Humbley complaining showeth unto your Honor your Orator and Oratrixes that in Nov.1784 by Grant No.288 issued by the State of North Carolina,there was granted to Joseph Kincade a tract of land containing 970 acres lying in Carters Valley.Then Sullivan County,now Hawkins County Tenn....The said Joseph Kincade took possession of said land and continued to possess the same until his death,which occurred many years ago,and upon the happening of which said land descended to HIS SON David Kinkead the grandfather of your Oratrixes Eliza Ellis and Sarah G Watterson-and he remained in possession of same until his death,which happened many years ago,and at his death said land descended to his children and heirs at law who were very numerous.J.E.Kinkead the father of your Oratrixes,Eliza Ellis,Sarah G Watterson & Margaret Kinkead being one of said heirs-and he the said J.E.Kinkead inherits a one ninth interest in said land upon the death of his father David Kinkead,he also bought the interest of his sister Nancy Long,where as a daughter of said David inherited a one ninth interest,which gave to the said J.E. Kinkead two shares of said land-and he owned and possessed the same until his death occurred in 1849-At his death he left surviving him as his children and heirs at law your Oratrixes,Sarah G Watterson,Eliza Ellis,Margaret Kinkead,William A Kinkead, Malinda Berry, Susan Johnson,Charlotte Patton, Delphia Ann Hicks, Mary Miller and Nancy Walters.
Hawkins Co. Dec 6, 1822 Grant 124 to David Kinkead No.8570 Entry No.5660 dated Dec 6 1822, found on warrant No.1735 issued by John Carter to Joseph Kinkead for 400a dated Feb 8, 1780, the whole amount assigned to said Kinkead, the enterer, tract of 170 acres in Hawkins Co.TN, in Carters Valley, adjoining land of Kinkead and John Cooper, it being surveyed April 28 1820.
Sullivan Co.Tennessee Deed Book 7 pg.323 Feb 18 1797-David Kinkaid executor of Joseph Kinkaid dec'd of Hawkins Co.TN to George Rutledge of Sullivan Co. for 1200 pounds, 500 acres in Sullivan County. Begin N 60 W 122 poles along William Armstrongs line, with Armstrongs line N 138 poles to Benjamin Looneys line with his line N 55 E 98 poles to said Looneys corner N 17 W 10 poles to Looneys corner, with his line N 47 E 60 poles N 30 E 72 poles S 31 E 72 S 24 E 78 poles, N 72 E 264 poles to Wm Snodgrass line S 60 E 64 poles then to the beginning. David Kinkaid (seal) Feb session 1797 the deed was executed in open court by David Kinkaid. M Rhea Clk. Reg.Aug 12 1818 [note;This 500 acres is part of the 700 acres that Joseph Kinkead purchased in 1795]
Sullivan Co.NC/TN Deed Book 3 pg.50 Dec 9 1795 North Carolina Grant No.688 to Joseph Kinkead for the sum of 50 schillings for every 100 acres, 700 acres in Sullivan County on the south side of the River Ohio.Begin N 60 W 122 poles along William Armstrongs line then contiguous with said Armstrongs line N 138 poles to Benjamin Looneys corner,N 17 W 10 poles to said Looneys corner,with his line N 47 E 60 poles,N 30 E 120 poles,E 74 poles N 30 poles S 60 E 300 poles contiguous with William Snodgrass line, S 54 W 499 poles to the beginning. Samuel Ashe Governor by; J Glasgow Sec. Reg. May 30 1796.
Sullivan Co.NC/TN Deed Book 1 pg 226 Nov 10 1784 North Carolina Grant No.288 to Joseph Kincade for the sum of 50 schillings for every 100 acres, 970 acres in Sullivan County in Carters Valley. Begin on Robert Williams line, then N 76 poles W 14 poles N 106 poles N 76 W 49 poles.S 460 poles along James Coopers line, then to the beginning. Alexander Martin Governor by W Williams D Sec Reg.June 26 1787
Sullivan Co.NC/TN Deed Book 1 pg.152 Oct 23 1782 North Carolina No.67 to Joseph Kinkade for the sum of 50 schillings for every 100 acres, 250 acres in Sullivan Co.on the south side of the Holston River opposite to the mouth of the North Fork of Holston River. Begin S 320 poles to Bays Mountain.W 80 poles to the river, up the river N 50 W 304 poles opposite to the mouth of the North Fork of Holston up the said river to the beginning. Alexander Martin Governor by; J Glasgow Sec.
Will of Robert Williams 1786 of Sullivan Co.Tennessee; Dated Sept 30 1786.
I give and bequeath unto my beloved wife Ann the use of my plantation and the service of my slaves during her widowhood, also I leave her all my farming utensils, two work horses named George and Jack, two mules such as she shall choose, and all my household furniture,cattle,sheep, hogs.To my daughter Ann I give one horse known by the name of orphan colt.To my daughter Mary I give one horse creature or fifteen pounds Virginia Money.
To my daughter Rebekah I give one horse creature or fifteen pounds Virginia money. To my sons Robert and Samuel, I leave my plantation to be equally divided between them .... And further, I appoint and nominate my wife Ann her son David Kinkead, and David Kinkead her sisters' son to be my sole executors of this my last Will and Testament heretofore made.In witness whereof I do here unto set my hand and seal this 30th day of September in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred and eighty six. Robert X Williams wit; ? James Berry, David Kinkead [note; Ann was formerly the wife of Burroughs Kinkead d.1763. David Kinkead is her son with Burroughs. David Kinkead her sisters son is the son of Joseph Kinkead (brother of Burrough) and her sister Rebecca Calvert Kinkead]
[Note; In order to establish more firmly which David belonged to which brother the following showing children of David son of Burroughs is submitted. David Kinkead and Mary Williams did not have a daughter Mary.]
Tennessee General Assembly Biographies;
I have taken an excerpt from the biography of Philip Critz, Hawkins County Democrat born in Botetourt Co.Virginia on Nov 27 1792 son of John and Susan Crobarger Critz, both native to Pennsylvania.Farmer; owned a mill and tanyard and land on Pattersons Creek near New Canton, Hawkins County.The name of his first wife is unknown; by her he had one daughter-Mary Critz (Mrs.David Kinkead) He was married 2nd in Hawkins County on Oct 14 1847 to Ann Kincaid daughter of David and Rebecca McPheeters Kincaid. Sources; Hawkins County Will Book 1 pg.518-19.Hawkins Co. Court Minutes 1871-77 pg.366.Knoxville Register Nov 10 1847.Information Supplied by Prentiss Price, Rogersville,TN.......
[Hawkins Co. Deed Book 19 pg.12-13.....Samuel McPheeters & others to John Kinkead
State of Georgia, Murray County
Know all men by their presents that we Samuel McPheeters and Mary McPheeters his wife, formally Mary Kinkead and Rebecca Kinkead all of the county of and state above named.....do make ordain and appoint John Kinkead of the same state and county on ? and lawful attorney.....to contract bargain and sell.....divided tract pieces or parcels of land.....lying and being in the State of Tennessee, Hawkins County.....One tract containing thirty one acres being the same more or less of the same side of Holston River and one other tract containing twenty acres more or less being original half of a forty acre tract granted to David Kinkead & Samuel Carrgale of which said tracts or parcels of land was appointed or alotted ? as the heirs of Burroughs Kinkead by the commissioning appointed to divide the rest of it, of David Kinkead deceased of the said county of Hawkins..... In testimony whereof we the said Samuel McPheeters & Mary McPheeters his wife,Samuel Kinkead and Rebecca Kinkead hath hereunto set our hands and seal this the fifth day of Oct 1844 Test;Smith Treadwell JP
Old Union Methodist Cemetery near New Canton and Church Hill, Tennessee
David Kinkead died Oct 14 1829 age 69 yrs.....
Rebecca, Consort of David Kinkead died Sept 11 1829 age 58 yrs.....
David Kinkead/Mary Williams Burial Site;
David Kinkead and Mary Williams Kinkead were buried on their land in family cemetery near
present day Mt. Carmel, TN. In 1983 Edgar Ellis had the headstones of David and Mary in his garage. He had salvaged them from the field where David and Mary were buried when the current owner had turned the cattle into the pasture. He had intended on placing them in the Wills Cemetery.The Wills Cemetery is where David and Mary's son Edwards was buried.Edwards widow had remarried to Hiram Wills and the property became known as the Wills place and Wills Cemetery.Edgar Ellis was a descendant of Edwards Kinkead. Edgar Ellis states on family group sheet for David Kinkead and Mary Williams family that the cemetery was almost totally destroyed by Harvey Brooks Land Sales. It states on his group sheet that the information was taken from Bible Records of Family and cemetery stones. His group sheet lists Joseph Kinkead and Rebecca as the parents of Short David Kinkead. He also noted that Samuel Addison Kinkead son of David/Mary had Calvert family records in his bible but was never able to obtain the information from descendants that had the bible. Compiler-Edgar Ellis, dated Feb 9 1938, Mt.Carmel, Tennessee. Source of Information: From the research of Mildred Emmert Sutton, grand daughter of Williams Kinkead and Susan Frances Hagood.
Will of John Calvert;
The Will of John Calvert dated Oct 2 1738 proven June 28 1739 was recorded in Orange Co.
Virginia.John Calvert of the colony of Virginia and county of Orange willed his wife Jane Calvert one third of all his lands during her life. To sons Robert and Isaiah the remainder of land 850 acres whereupon John Stephens now lives.To daughter Margaret 300 acres of land called Hogg Run.To Rebecca and Ann Calvert 200 acres each.To son Richard Calvert the remainder of 992 acres at the death of his mother.To wife Jane Calvert my young mare 2 years old,with bald face,and the old mare.To son Robert Calvert the gray horse.To niece Elizabeth Carey,the brindle cow and calf.To daughters Margery,Rebecca and Ann a mare each.Rest of estate to the children. Sons Robert and Isaiah Calvert executors.wit Terence Notley and Henry Jones [note; Orange Co.Virginia was formed from Spotsylvania Co. in 1734]
Frederick Co.Virginia Oct 9 1752 NNMS-II-135 Robert Rutherford,assignee of Rebecca Calvert & Ann Calvert Kinkiad (sic) no war(t), date from survey Oct 9 1752-Dec 31 1757 400a on Red Bud Run a branch of Opekon surveyed in 1732 (752a) from John Calvert who willed to three children. Rebecca & Ann sold their part adjoining Enoch Pearson, Isaac Hollingsworth, Great waggon road, Richard Calvert, Geo.Bruce cc Edward Griffith, Rich'd Abbet,Thomas Spencer & Wm Duckworth.
Will of David Kinkead; In the name of God Amen;The twenty seventh day of January 1779
I David Kinkead of Washington County being sick of body but of good and sound memory thanks to Almighty God, calling to remembrance the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die, Do make this my Last Will and Testament.......First of all I give and bequeath to Winifred Kinkead my dearly beloved wife, I leave her five of my cows and her choice of my beds and furniture belonging thereunto and my pewter and my young black horse with the best of large iron pots. I also leave her my house bible and then to descend to my son Joseph Kinkead. My plantation and plantation tools of every sort with my crosscut saw I leave to my grandson (my son John's son) David Kinkead and he is to take care of and maintain his grandmother while she lives. My 200 acres on Cove Lick I leave to David Simson. I leave one red cow to my grandson David Kinkead (son Johns's son) My young dun colt I leave to Hobson Kinkead with my rifle gun. My 200 acres of land at the Hunters Ford I leave to David Kinkead(Joseph's son) after my lawful debts is paid I leave the other part of my estate to the whole disposal of my son John Kinkead, that is to say to be disposed of among himself, his children and Elizabeth Kinkead and my son Burrows two children that is my grandson David Kinkead and his sister Phebe Kinkead. My ready money I leave to be divided between my daughter Elizabeth and son Burrows two children David Kinkead and Phebe that is I leave the one half to my daughter and the other half to be equally divided between the other two. My son John Kinkead whom I likewise here constitute, make and appoint the sole executor of this my Last Will and Testament and I do hereby disallow and revoke all and every other former Testaments, Wills and Legacies by me in any wise before named, willed bequeathed confirming this to be my Last Will and Testament.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I HEREUNTO SET MY HAND AND SEAL THIS 27TH DAY OF JANUARY 1779.
Signed sealed published and declared by the said David Kinkead as his Last Will and Testament in the presence of us who in his presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribe our names. David David Kinkead David Kinkead Bethiah Kinkead Robert Kinkead
JOSEPH KINKEADJoseph Kinkead b. abt 1730 Spotsylvania Co.Virginia d. abt 1796 Carters Valley, Hawkins Co. Tennessee m.Rebecca Calvert abt.1748
Son of David Kinkead and Winifred Hobson
Joseph Kinkead is mentioned in his father David Kinkead's Will of 1779 Washington Co. Virginia.
Excerpt taken from Will; I also leave her (Winifred) my house bible during her life and then to descend to my son Joseph.
Amherst Co.Deed Book B pg.346 9/5/1768 Joseph Kinkead to Michael Craft 369 acres head of N Fork of Rockfish Creek petitioned part of 738 acres.
Amherst Co.Deed Book F pg.64712/8/1790 David Kinkead of Hawkins Co.NC to James Ped?le 290 acres head branch N fork Rockfish.
Amherst Co.Deed Book F pg.620 10/2/1790 David Kinkead of Hawkins Co.NC to David McAnally 79 acres. Part of 737 acres equally divided by David Kincaid dcd. to sons Joseph and Burrough Kinkead. David is heir to Burrough [note; Amherst Co. from Albemarle 1761]
Albemarle Co.Deed Book 1 p.411 2/10/1752 David Kinkead and Winifred his wife in the Parish of St.Ann to Joseph Kinkead and Burrough Kinkead 738 acres in Albemarle Co. on the branches of Rockfish River.
Augusta Co.Deed Book 22 p.367 6/24/1777 Joseph Kinkead and Rebecca his wife of Washington
County to Martin Shearman of Augusta Co. 242 1/2 acres lying on the S Fork of Christian's Creek.
[note: Hawkins Co.from Sullivan Co.1787, Sullivan County was established in 1779 from parts of Washington District and territory formerly claimed by Virginia and NC.)
Augusta Co.1763 Joseph Kinkead bond with Thomas Stevenson and Ann Kinkead. She is administrator of Burrough Kinkead estate. Chalkley vol. 3 pg. 276
Augusta Co.1762 William and Mary Armstrong to Joseph Kinkead 242 1/2 acres to Joseph Kinkead S Fork of Christian Creek line with William Armstrong. [note; According to Armstrong research this William Armstrong is the William Armstrong that received Land Grant in Sullivan Co.on the north side of the Holston River in Carters Valley in Oct 1783 and lived near Joseph Kinkead]
DAVID KINKEADDavid Kinkead b c 1700 d pr May 20, 1779 Washington Co. VA m Winifred Hobson Tillery Feb or March 1728/9 prob. Spotsylvania Co. VA