LINEAGE

DNA #4164

VETTED

Posted April 20, 2007
previously vetted to John Kinkead & Margaret Miles


LINEAGE REVIEW

Norman Kincaide
William R Kincaide
Harry Hadley Kincaide 1899-1928
Francis J. Kincaide 1867-1960
John G. Kincaide 1835-1906
John Kincaide 1791-1874
John Kinkead 1758-1822
George Kinkead 1733-1790


ASCENDANTS

NORMAN KINCAID

Norman Kincaide b Pueblo County, Colorado
Son of W.R. Kincaide & JoAnn Duncan

Proven by:
1. Birth certificate: Pueblo County, Colorado naming father as William Robert Kincaide, farmer, naming mother as JoAnn Duncan.
2. Life knowledge: I knew my parents and their siblings and was acknowledged as their son and nephew.


WILLIAM R KINCAID

William R Kincaid b. Pueblo County, Colorado
Son of Harry Hadley Kincaide & Mary R. Sharp

Proven by:
1. Application for Admission to Colorado Collegiate Institutions naming father as H.H. Kincaide, naming mother as Mrs. W.I. Sanford (Mary R. (Sharp) Kincaide Sanford
2. Life knowledge: I knew my grandmother, Mary R. (Sharp) Kincaide Sanford and was acknowledged as her grandson.


HARRY HADLEY KINCAIDE

Harry Hadley Kincaide b. Oct. 18, 1899 in Lincoln, Nebraska, died January 4, 1928, Florence, Fremont County, Colorado,

Son of Francis J. Kincaide & Nellie May Hadley

Proven by:
1. Baby’s Red Letter Days naming father as Frank Kincaide & mother as Nellie Kincaide
2. Memorial Record, Harry Hadley Kincaide


FRANCIS J. KINCAIDE

Francis J. Kincaide b. Oct. 21, 1867 in Wayne Township, Erie County, Pennsylvania, died June 28, 1960, Florence, Fremont County, Colorado.

Son of John G. Kincaide & Mary Ann Dunn.

Proven by:
1. State of Colorado Standard Certificate of Death, No.7315, naming father as John G. Kincaide & mother as Mary Ann Dunn, naming place of birth as Wayne Township, Erie County, Pennsylvania. Errata in death certificate, listed year of birth as 1876, but lists age in 1960 at 93 years, the real year of birth is 1867; 1867 is on the grave stone as well.


JOHN G. KINCAIDE

John G. Kincaide b. Feb. 4, 1835 in Wayne Township, Erie County, Pennsylvania, died, February 14, 1906 in Houston, Texas, buried Hollywood Cemetery, Houston Heights, Texas.

Son of John Kincaide & Elizabeth Smith.

Proven by:
1. DAR Application, Maie Elizabeth Kincaide Clark, naming her father as John G. Kincaide & her mother as Mary Ann Dunn
2. Personal & Genealogical History of Western Pennsylvania, p. 896; History of Erie County, Pennsylvania, p. 236 listing the family of John G. Kincaide naming father as John Kincaide & mother as Elizabeth Smith .
3. 1880 Federal Census for Wayne Township, Erie County, PA listing the family of John G. Kincaide, age 45, wife Mary Ann, age 40, Charles, son, age 18, S. Allen, son, age 16, Eliza M., daughter, age 14, Francis J., son, age 12.
4. John G. Kincaide married Miss Mary Ann Dunn by Rev. J.H. Pressly, Jan. 15, 1861, Erie Gazette, Jan. 24, 1861.
5. 1850 Federal Census for Wayne Township, Erie County, PA listing the family of John Kincaid, age 59, Elizabeth, age 51, John Kincaid, Jr., age 15, Samuel Kincaid, age 13.


JOHN KINCAIDE

John Kincaide b. March 25, 1791, either in Salem Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania or Sherman’s Valley, Perry County, (Cumberland County in 1791) Pennsylvania, died, Feb. 2, 1874 in Wayne Township, Erie County, Pennsylvania, Son of John Kinkead & Margaret Miles.

Proven by:
1. John Kinkead, Union Township, Erie County, PA, deceased in 1822, final auditor’s report on John Kinkead’s estate filed by Jonas Gunnison with the Orphan’s Court, Erie County, PA on Feb. 9, 1850 listing eight of the heirs of John Kincaid are now living or represented to whom distribution is to be made to wit: John E. Lapsley in right of his wife late Elizabeth Kincaid (now deceased), William Carson in right of his wife late Jane Kincaid (also deceased), Ralph Stafford in right of his wife late Helen Kincaid (also deceased), John Kincaid, Mary Kincaid (in her own right, wife of Robert Kincaid, deceased), Andrew Kincaid, William Kincaid & Margaret Kincaid. Erie County Court House, Erie, PA, File 7560, naming John Kincaid as an heir to John Kinkead of Union Township, Erie County, PA.

2. John Kinkaid, deceased, letters of administration were issued to John E. Lapsley & Thomas Foster, Junr. Esq. by Thomas Wilson, register for the probate of wills for Erie County, PA on January 8, 1823. Erie County Court House, Erie, PA, File 7560, proving the death of John Kinkead of Union Township, Erie County, PA in 1822.

3. 1820 John Kinkead of the State of Indiana, for & in consideration of 12.5 cents paid to him by Andrew Kincade of the State of Indiana, quit claims to Andrew Kincade 100 acres of land lying on the Waters of Slaughter’s Run, Union Township, Erie County, Pa, cornering on William Kincade’s Land on the southwest at corners on John Kincade’s & joining the donation corner northeast & running thence northwest to Samuel Smith, Andrew Kincade agreeing to pay “should there be any purchase money to be paid.” Signed John Kincaid, Sr. Witness: Henry Warfield, June 26,1820, signed July 5, 1820. Crawford County Court House, English, IN, Deed Book 1, p. 95. Proving that John Kinkead, Sr. was in Crawford County, IN in 1820 as was Andrew Kinkead and that John Kinkead Jr. was in Union Township, Erie County, PA. 1820 John Kincade, Sr., Crawford County, IN, 1 male over 45, 1 male 16-25, 1 male 5-10, 1 female over 45, 1 female 16-25, 1 female 10-15. USFC. 1820 John Kinkead, Jr., Union Township, Erie County, PA, 1 male 26-44, 1 female 16-26, 1 female under 10. USFC

4. Andrew Kincade, Dubois County, IN appointed John Kincade, his brother, of Erie County, PA, his lawful attorney in matters concerning their late father, John Kincade, deceased, of Union Township, Erie County, PA, signed, January 3, 1832. Erie County Court House, Erie, PA, File 7560, proving John Kinkead of Union Township, Erie County, Pennsylvania as the father of John Kincaid of Erie County, Pennsylvania and Andrew Kincade of Dubois County, Indiana.

5. Andrew Kincaid born to John Kinkead & Margaret Miles in Toboyne Township, Cumberland County, PA on June 1, 1800. Register of Persons Baptized by John Linn, 1800-1819, Centre Presbyterian Church. Cumberland County Historical Society, Carlisle, PA,proving John Kinkead & Margaret Miles had a son, Andrew.

6. United States Federal Census, 1830, Andrew Kingeade, Dubois County, IN, 1 male 20-30, 1 male 5-10, 1 male under 5, 1 female 20-30, 1 female under 5, proving Andrew Kinkead was born about 1800.

7. “In the death of Mr. John Kincaide we have lost an esteemed and worthy citizen. He was born in Sherman’s Valley, Perry County, formerly Cumberland County, on March 25, 1791.” Erie Gazette, Tuesday, Feb. 17, 1874 & Tuesday, March 3, 1874, proving that John Kincaide could have been born in Sherman’s Valley, then, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.

8. “John (3) Kincaid, son of John (2) Kincaid, was born in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania on Febuary 2, 1791, died in Wayne Township, Erie County, Pennsylvnia, February 2, 1874.” Personal & Genealogical History of Western Pennsylvania, p. 896, published in 1914, proving that John Kincaide could have been born in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.

9. United States Federal Census for 1790 listing John Kinkead, Salem Township, Westmoreland County, PA, 1 male over 16, 1 male under 16, 5 females, proving a John Kinkead lived in Salem Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.

10. United States Federal Census for 1790 listing Andrew Kinkead, Derry Township, Westmoreland County, PA, 1 male over 16, 4 males under 16, 2 females, proving an Andrew Kinkead lived in Derry Township, Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania.

11. 1790, Matthew McClerron, Derry Township, Westmoreland County, PA, 1 male over 16, 5 females. USFC, p. 260.

12. Andrew Kinkead to John Kinkead, deed. Pennsylvania State Archives, Kinkead, Armstrong, Hollenbach Collection, M158 This indenture made this Eleventh day of October in the year of our Lord God one Thousand seven hundred and ninty, Witnesseth that I, Andrew Kincaid of Westmoreland County, Derry Township and State of Pennsylvania Doth grant, bargain, and sell unto John Kincaid of the State & County afore said and Township of Salem, a certain tract of land lying and being in the county of Cumberland, State of Pennsylvania and Township of Tyboin as Bequeathed to me by my father’s last Will and Testament of George Kincaid, Deceased, all my right and title to said land from me my Heirs, Executors, Administrators or assigns unto John Kincaid afforsaid to him his heirs and assigns for ever in consideration of one hundred pounds to me in hand paid, the receipt whereof I do hereunto set my hand and seal the day and year above written. Signed, Sealed, and Delivered in presents of the subscribers. Andrew Kincaid Sen. Arch Kincaid Andrew Kinkead Cumberland County, This day appeared before me Alexander Murray, one justice of the said County, Andrew Kinkead and being of full ? and the with for instrument of writing being deed and explained to him acknowledged the same to be his act and deed and desire that it be. Recorded as such, Done before me this 20th day of October 1790, my hand and seal Alex Murray Proving that Andrew Kinkead of Derry Township, and John Kinkead of Salem Township were brothers and heirs to George Kinkead of Toboyne Township, Sherman’s Valley, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.

13. Will of George Kinkead, Toboyne Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, written, August 20, 1790, proved, Sept. 16, 1790. “Item: I give and bequeath to my loving sons Andrew and John all my land equally divided between them, to their heirs and assigns forever. I give to each of their old ? sons, five pounds, also I bequeath to my loving son, Andrew, my saddle and bridle. Item: I give and bequeath to my loving son-in-law, Matthew McClaren all my stock of horses, cows, hogs, and sheep, with my wagon and gears and farming utensils. Also I give to my loving daughter, Mary, fifteen pounds. Proving that Andrew Kinkead & John Kinkead were the sons of George Kinkead and heirs to his estate, also places John Kinkead’s wife in either Salem Township, Westmoreland County or Toboyne Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania for the birth of John Kincaide, born March 25, 1791.

14. George Kinkead to John Kinkead, deed. George Kinkead & wife, Jean, Toboyne Township, Cumberland County, PA, concluded a maintenance agreement with beloved son, John Kinkead for ½ of land, dated, March 1, 1782. Pennsylvania State Archives, Kinkead, Armstrong, Hollenbaugh Collection, MG 158. Proving that John Kinkead, son of George Kinkead already had title to half of the land bequeathed by George Kinkead to his sons, Andrew Kinkead & John Kinkead.

15. John Kincade taxed in Toboyne Township, Cumberland County, PA for 130 acres, 2 horses, 2 cows in 1793. Cumberland County Historical Society, Carlisle, PA, proving that John Kinkead took up his father’s farm bequeathed to him in 1782 and 1790.

16. United States Federal Census for 1800 listing John Kincade, Toboyne Township, Cumberland County, PA, 1 male over 45, 1 male 16-26, 1 male 10-16, 1 female over 45, 3 females 10-16, 2 females to 10, proving that John Kinkead was still in Toboyne Township, Cumberland County, PA in 1800.

17. John Kincaid & wife Margaret to Conrad Holibough, deed, John Kincaid & his wife, Margaret, sold 197 acres to Conrad Holibough in Toboyne Township, Cumberland County, PA, April 16, 1804. Pennsylvania State Archives, Kinkead, Armstrong, Hollenbach Collection, M158, proving that John Kincaid sold his farm in Toboyne Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.

18. United States Federal Census for 1810 listing John Kinkead, Union Township, Erie County, PA, 1 male over 45, 1 male 16-26, 2 males 10-16, 1 male under 10, 1 female over 45, 1 female 16-26, 2 females 10-16, 2 females under 10, proving that John Kinkead is living in Union Township, Erie County, Pennsylvania and there are no Kincaids living in Toboyne Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.


JOHN KINKEAD

John Kinkead b. 1758 in Martic Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, died Dec. 1822 in Union Township, Erie County, Pennsylvania,

Son of George Kinkead & Jean Mitchell.

Proven by:
1. Will of George Kinkead listing John Kinkead as his son and heir.
2. Deed of George Kinkead & wife Jean to John Kinkead concluded a maintenance agreement with beloved son, John Kinkead for ½ of land, dated, March 1, 1782, proving that John Kinkead was the son of George Kinkead & Jean Mitchell.
3. John Kinkead married Margaret Miles, October 31, 1782, Centre Presbyterian Church, Sherman’s Valley, Cumberland County, PA, Rev. Linn’s Marriages, 1778-1793, Cumberland County Historical Society, Carlisle, PA, proving that John Kinkead married Margaret Miles in Sherman’s Valley, Cumberland County, PA.
4. 1779 John Kinkead, freeman, taxed in Toboyne Township, Cumberland County, PA. Pennsylvania Archives, s. 3, v. 20, p. 384, proving that his year of birth is approximately 1758 because this is the first year to indicate that he was taxed.


GEORGE KINKEAD

George Kinkead b. about 1733, perhaps in Ireland, died, Sept. 1790 in Toboyne Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania,

son of unknown parents.

What is known:
1. 1754 George Kinkead, freeman, taxed in Martic Township, Lancaster County, PA. Lancaster County Historical Society, Lancaster, PA, proving that he was born about 1733 if he was 21 years old in 1754.
2. 1756 George Kinkead is taxed as a married man proving that he married between 1755-1756.
3. 1761 George Kinkead is taxed in Middleton Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania and is missing from Martic Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, proving that he moved from Lancaster County to Cumberland County, PA between 1760-1761, listed as adjacent land owner to Robert McCurdy in Lancaster County in 1760. Lancaster County, PA Deed Abstracts, Deed Books A-M, 1729-1770.
4. George Kinkead, Middleton Township, Cumberland County, PA purchased 197 acres along Sherman’s Creek, Toboyne Township, Cumberland County, PA from Thomas French, Hanover Township, Lancaster County, PA for 120 pounds, September 6, 1769. Cumberland County, PA, Court House, Pennsylvania State Archives, Kinkead, Armstrong, Hollenback Collection, M158, proving that George Kinkead purchased property in Sherman’s Valley, Toboyne Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.
5. George Kinkead taxed in Toboyne Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, not taxed in Middleton Township, proving that he moved to his property in Toboyne Township.