The McKinney Maze

 

 

Vol V #3

 

Fall 1986

 

ISSN 0736-2420

 

 

Newsletter of the McKinney Family Association

 

 

CONTENTS

 

 

From The Editor's Notes

 

Corrections, Genealogical History of Our Ancestors

 

Additions, New Jersey Time - Line

 

Questions, Questions

 

Ohio Research Notes

 

Pennsylvania Research Notes

 

George C. McKinney Family of Illinois

 

Library News - Reviews

 

Ahnentafels

 

Miscellaneous Bits & Pieces

 

Daniel and Collin McKinney of Virginia

 

 

 

 

 

 

The McKinney Family Association & Library was founded September, 1981 as a non-profit, educational association and library, dedicated to researching, preserving and collecting historical and family history and data, not necessarily all of lineal or legal families, but all those interested in the McKinney surname and variants and to assist and instruct in genealogical research and to publish private and public records and educational articles. Bylaws and Constitution adopted October 1981 and granted non profit, incorporation 3 May 1983 by the State of Oklahoma. Trustees are Barbara Pannage Stanfield, E. Neil Stanfield and Richard A. Kipf.

 

 

Officers:                    

Barbara Pannaqe Stanfield, Coordinator

Patricia McKinney Kirkwood, Editor

Willa Sorenson, Associate Editor

Peter Campbell McKinney, Registrar – Treasurer

Karen McKinney, Librarian

Wilma Cook, Indexing

                                   

                                   

The Editor is not responsible for the errors of submitted materials, and all such material is placed in the Association Library. Books received for review are placed in the library and are available for loan to members.

 

Indexed in Genealogical Periodical Annual Index, L. C. Towle, Editor, Bowie, MD

 

 

 

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From The Editor's Notes

 

Announcing something new. Barbara Stanfield has compiled all the member's notes, research, families and assorted miscellaneous information from our files, into a more than 100 page notebook, loose leaf format, and in a binder, for sale to our members at $5.00 each. It will be photocopied as ordered, and is a new service for the association. She is also busy at work on additional research notebooks for some of our other states, including much material available for Texas. Her proof copy has been reviewed by the Editor and found to be awesome. If you are researching McKinneys in Ohio, I highly recommend this work. Kudos to Barbara for her extensive and time consuming work. Only those of us who have struggled with hand-written material received on legal paper scratch, 3x5 cards, backs of envelopes and various other styles, can fully appreciate the work involved. Write Barbara for details and ordering information.

 

Regretfully, we must abolish the $7.50 magazine subscription. The rising costs of paper, printing and postage make it necessary to raise the cost of the magazine to $10.00 per year. Those currently subscribing at the $7.50 rate will continue to receive their magazine until renewal time. New subscribers will be advised of the $10.00 per year rate.

 

Smithsonian Magazine has awarded the Association a complimentary three-month subscription/membership to their publication and we are excited about that. We would only wish that we would receive their Sep 1986 issue as a part of the complimentary issues as it contained an excellent article on the Domesday Book. I would hope that some member will be kind enough to clip and save it for our library. As soon as the publication arrives, it will be available in our library for all members (after the Editor reads it first, however!).

 

 

 

We were saddened to hear of the passing of Neal Blythe McKinney, a member of our association for some years. Mr. McKinney, a retired sales representative with the Standard Register Company in McLean, VA, died Apr 11, 1986 at St. Mary's Hospital in Leonardtown, MD. Mr. McKinney was a veteran of World War II, a Mason and a member of the Quantico chapter of the Fourth Marine Division Association. He leaves his wife, Eva Pardoe McKinney, daughter Joan M. Walker of KY, and Pam M. Howe of Compton, MD; three sons, Neal P., John F. and Clark T.; his mother, Mrs. Azilee King McKinney of MD, and two brothers, John D. and Harold P. Our sympathies are extended to Mrs. McKinney, we will miss his informative and interesting letters.

 

 

 

Be sure to read the back pages of our quarterly, our Treasurer, Peter McKinney, has planned a new computer project for members, and it is exciting. Be sure to get your cards mailed to Peter before December 15th. Peter has also suggested placing all the ten generation family charts in a binder for loan to members, a good suggestion and we shall prepare it for library loan.

 

 

 

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We have been advised that the Gale Research Company in Minneapolis, MN, will be listing our quarterly in a new edition of the Newsletters Directory, to be published in the near future, watch for it.

 

 

The Sun, Bremerton, WA, 11 Mar 1986: Mary 'Mamie' McKinney was born the same year as opera superstar Enrico Caruso and was approaching middle age when Halley's comet passed by the earth in 1910. Now 112, she might be the oldest person in the world, say officials for the Guinness Book of World Records. Her great age is attested to by a baptismal certificate in a musty record book in the Catherdral of the Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church in Sacramento, CA – Mary Elizabeth Wallace, born May 30, 1873, baptized the following October. When Shigechiyo Izumi, previously recognized as the world's oldest person died in Feb at the age of 120 in Japan, the book named the new title-holder with verifiable documents as Anna Eliza Williams of Wales, born Jun 2, 1873, but Guiness officials now recognize Mrs. McKinney as the world's oldest living person.

George McKinney, Port Ludlow, WA

(Note in margin – In a nursing home in SF, CA – St. Mary's?)

 

 

 

Correction – Genealogical History of Our Ancestors, Kenneth & Anna Clay Rutherford

 

Archibald McKinney, No. 116 in the original text, (James C., Daniel, Mordecai), born 1770, d 1823, Washington Co., IN, with wife, Katy Edwards. Archibald is attributed to Collin McKinney, (son) b 1795, but Archibald's will names only Mary Ann, Ginny, Sally, Peggy, Betsy, Susanna, Caty, Lavina, Agnes, Mahala, John Griffith, James. Collin McKinney and wife, Jean McClure, No. 95. Further information on this lineage; Collin married 1st, Blue Bird; 2nd, Permelia Ann McMickens; 3rd, Elizabeth Chappell Bailey. Issue:

 

1. Thalis Newton McKinney, b 1 Mar 1817, Cherokee, Chickasaw cession, Lauderdale Co., MS. Married Mary Minerva Bates, Franklin Co., AL. Issue:

 

Permelia Ann, b 1 Feb 1841, Franklin Co., AL, mar Reading Black

 

Lucindy Kizzier, b 29 Mar 1843, m Dock Krebaun

 

Melverda Gillian, b 25 Jul 1845, Desoto, DeSoto, LA, m Nathan L. Stratton

 

Anold Eve, b 25 Jun 1847, DeSoto, m Tom Wall, G. E. Mansfield

 

Robert Collin, b 14 Mar 1850, Tyler, TX, killed in Mexico

 

Minerva Catherine, b 18 Mar, Tarrant Co., TX, mar Wm. M. Pulliam

 

Thalia Margaret, b 28 Dec 1856, Tarrant Co., m Wm. A. Bowls

 

Thomas Christopher, b 19 Mar 1856, mar Letitia Smith

 

William Quail, b 2 Feb 1859, Uvalde, TX, mar Louisa Rheudolph

 

Thalis Newton, Jr., b 6 Apr 1861, Uvalde, TX, m Molly Mary Walker

 

 

2. Robert Clayborn McKinney, b 2 Apr 1819, Monroe Co., MS, m Mrs. Isabel Moore

 

Christopher Columbus McKinney, b 9 Apr 1821, Monroe Co., m Elizabeth Moore

 

Ellen Jane, b 1822, Monroe Co., MS, mar Elijah Bates

 

Margaret, b 1823, Monroe Co., MS, m Levi Bates

 

Balis, b 1825, Franklin Co., AL

 

3. Margaret Gillian McKinney, b 1831, m Jasper Hancock

 

Elija Jane, b 1829, Monroe Co. mar Dave Cook

 

Thomas Jefferson, b 1833, m Carolyn Pedge

 

Note: There is an error in this submitted material, as one can see the death date for Collin is 1824. Children born in 1833 obviously cannot be his, or the death date is incorrect.

 

 

 

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This material was submitted several years ago by a member who has since deceased. Any additional information will be welcomed to prove this lineage.

 

 

 

Additions to our New Jersey Time – Line . . . . (Maze, Winter, 1984)

 

1670

David and Mary Mackeney sold land patent in Piscataway Township to Samuel Moore. (Land on Whitewood Hill and at Raritan Meadows)

 

1686

George McKinney of London owned land in Perth Amboy. This, the same George Mackenzie, later Viscount of Tarbet (Kintyre Peninsula of Scotland), was described as 'Mackenny' in the Proprietor's Minutes of East Jersey. It seems 'Mackenny, Mackany, and Mackenzie' were inter-changeable in that time period.

 

1684

Scotch Plains settled by settlers from Scotland near Westfield, a branch of the Piscataway Presbyterian Church. No mention of a McKinney or variant family in surviving notes or in the history of Westfield Church.

 

1687

George Mackeny (Mackenzie ?) of Kildomin had share of proprietory, 300 acres of land on the Falls River, a mile above Col. Morris' iron works.

 

John Mackeny, servant of John Barclay, given 120 acres of land next to Barclay's at Bound Brook, with other servants, Arthur Sympson, John Brown, William Davison.

 

1691

First Presbyterian Church of Freehold founded by Scots emigrants who arrived near Monmouth – later becomes Old Tennant Church.

 

1697

Quakers from Yorkshire to Burlington, laid out in 1679. Seven towns were laid out; Elizabethtown, Bergen, Burlington, Woodbridge, Piscataway, Middletown, Freehold. All of Essex Co (present) was called Elizabethtown, the first township in the state, boundaries not fixed until 1709.

 

1700

First church at Basking Ridge, Somerset Co. (Presbyterian), settled by Scots. This is the church that Mordecai McKinney purchased burial plots.

 

1701

David Makany lived on the road to Piscataway. His will filed in Readingtown, 22 Aug 1748 names wife, Jean; children, Peter, Adrian, Ida. Witnesses, William McKinney, Cornelius Lowe, Peter Kinney, Peter Lowe, Andreas Teneyck, Elizabeth Kinney, Cornelius Kinney. Was this the same David with wife, Mary, who sold land in 1670?

 

1739

Mordecai McKinney, witness to tavern license for Daniel Sebring in Readington.

 

1744

John McKinney, debtor to Joseph Goodwin of Salem Co.

 

1747

Daniel McKinzey (McKinnie) marries Rebecca Emmons in Readington. Witness, Enoch Anderson of Trenton, and David Cowel.

 

1748

Pittsgrove Presbyterian Church in Salem Co – Barnabas McKinne, mar Anne Henry, Dec 27.

 

 

 

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1750

William McKinney, debtor at Bedminster

 

1745

Archibald McKinney owned land 15 miles southwest from the line of York and Jersey where the Wallkill crosses the York line. In several transactions with the East Jersey Proprietors, he complains of the quality of the land for farming. In three separate entries in the minutes, his name is spelled variously: Mackenney, Mackenny, McKinney.

 

1756

Will of Jacob Corsen of Readington, mentions granddaughter Ida, or Yannetie, by David Kinney. Witness, Danil McKinney of Readington.

 

1751

George McKinney of Morris Co., witness to will of Stephen Tetsword.

 

1754

William McKinney living at North Branch (40 acres), fifteen miles from Raritan Landing on the main road from Elizabethtown.

 

1755

Daniel McKinney, listed as freeholder at Bridgewatter. Francis McKinne, with Robert McKenney of Hunterdon Co., mentioned in Common pleas court, Nov 1.

 

1760

Willem Mckinney of Willem and Annatie, baptized Oct 5, Readington Dutch Church.

 

1762

Anna McKinney, b 17 Oct 1762, d 11 Feb 1827 in central New York, husband was Joseph Wyckoff – lived near Tompkins Co.

 

1763

Daniel Sebering will mentions heirs, Daniel and Mordecai McKinney (nephews)

 

1767

Mordecai McKinney, debtor for 250 pounds, again in 1771 for same amount

 

1768

Daniel McKinney witnesses will of Dr. Joseph Ogden of Mendham. Daniel living near Raritan Landing.

 

John Kinney, Jr. mar Ann Oxford (Quakers), Belvidere, NJ

 

Daniel McKinney living in Morris Co. (see above entry)

 

1762

David McKinney mentioned in Johannes Newell estate, 24 May. In 1765, Mordecai McKinney and Peter Newell took inventory of Christian Harshall.

 

1770

John and Nancy McKinney, baptized John, at St. John's Church, Elizabethtown

 

1776

Settlers of Musconetcong Mountains, Upper Freehold, were Covenhovens, Lakes, Dunhams, Barcalows, Andersons, Emmons, Lanes, Lowes, Wickoffs, Stewarts and Campbells, all names associated with the McKinney family.

 

1779

John McKinney, bondsman of Cock (Coxe) estate, Dec 3, Sussex Co.

 

1773

Tax rateables:

Barnabas McKinney, Upper Alloways, Salem

John McKinney, Newton, Sussex

William McKinney, Greenwich, Warren

James McKinney, Greenwich, Warren

 

 

 

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1778

Cornelius McKinney, tax rateable, Somerset Co., Hillsborough Twp.

Matthew McKinney, Kingwood Twp., Hunterdon

 

1775

Mordecai McKinney, Jr. sold land to John Davies in Lebanon Township. Wife named as Elisabeth (Dills ?). This is the land located near the present town of Stanton, NJ on the road to Round Valley Res.

 

1778

Mordecai McKinney and Jacob McKinney located at West Branch, PA. Removed to Harrisburg.

 

1776

William McKinney named in Newcastle, Delaware tax lists.

 

1782

Elisabeth McKinney marries John Lanterman (dau of Peter and Autsa Applegate Lanterman). Elisabeth born ca 1762, removed to KY and IL.

 

1786

Elisabeth Brown marries Jesse McKinney near Ithaca, NY – Jesse of NJ. She the dau of Daniel Brown and Christine Lanterman of Blairstown.

 

1787

William McKinney witnesses will of Mary Purviance, Salem Co. (In 1753, Samuel Purviance sold land occupied by Barney McKinney).

 

1792

John McKinney dies intestate, Newton, Sussex Co., 3 Mar. Administrators were Wiley and Joseph Gibson, No. 534S.

 

1801

John McKinney of Woodbury, marries Zelpha Ireland, Jul 20, Richard Higgbee JP.

 

1832

Hunterdon Co., deed, Andrew McKinney

 

1824

William McKinney of Greenwich, Warren Co., marries Mary A. Winter of Mansfield

 

1836

Mills McKinney marries Sarah Ann Parke, Lebanon, Hunterdon Co. (His mother born Mills).

 

1827

Court case, Jacob McKinney, vs. John Eveland

 

1832

James McKinney, and William Prall, bond of illegitimate child of Anna Martinus.

 

1839

Cornelius McKinney, marries Louisa van Horn, Feb 28, Mercer Co.

 

 

Note:

 

A correspondent in Northern CA has given me some information regarding the Opedycke Genealogy published in 1889. She obtained the book on inter-library loan from the State Library in Salem, OR, but could photocopy or send the book to the Editor. Some of our members have been requesting this volume, and they may try obtaining it from the Salem Library. It was interesting to note (in our telephone conversation), that a Marie ?, a French girl who supposedly eloped with a stable hand named McKinney settled in Staten Island and then removed to NJ. It was not explained in the text what a McKinney was doing in France, however, it was their daughter, Hannah McKinney or Kinney, b ca 1750, who married Reeder Stout, and their daughter, who married George Opedycke in 1776. From this, it can be assumed that 'Marie' probably married ca 1750, and

 

 

 

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was probably born ca 1721 – 1730. If any member is able to obtain a copy of this genealogy, the Editor would appreciate further information. My correspondent indicated that this was the only Kinney/McKinney listed in the text or indexed.

 

The National Genealogy Society quarterly, Dec, 1965, p 303 – 304 contains some interesting entries concerning the Morris family bible. The family record of David Hamilton Morris, born in Morris Co., NJ in 1769, and wife, Eve Ann Sailor were married in 1803, presumably in Montgomery Co., OH. Their son, Ezra Elston Morris, born Aug 29, 1804 in OH, married Elizabeth McKinney, Jan 19, 1826 in Miami Co. Bible printed in 1828 by Azor Hott, and published by N. Bangs and J. Emory, New York City. Elizabeth is not further identified in the record pages. This same issue contains an article of the Crafford family of New River, NC and mentions that Richard Melton witnessed a deed for Wm. Crafford of Onslow Co., and was of the Andrew Ireland family in Bertie Co. The Ireland family was found in early Somerset Co., MD whence came the McCamiey family of the Waxhaws, one of whom, George McCamiey, married Margaret Hutchinson, eldest of six Hutchinson sisters whom it is said came from Ireland alone to join her husband in the Waxhaws – it might be productive to speculate that a daughter in the Ireland family of Somerset and Bertie was the mother of the six Hutchinson sisters of the Waxhaws. James Crafford's wife was Jennet Hutchinson. This item was included for those who are researching the McKinney/Chastain family connections, since it was said that George and Margaret McCamiey were parents of Charles McKinney?

 

 

 

Questions

 

McKinney

Need information, Henry C. McKinney and family. Henry may have been son of Robert and Rebecca L. McKinney, b Apr 6, 1809, Houston, Stewart Co., TN. Robert d bef 1820 and Rebecca may have moved to Shelby Co. aft 1830. Henry had brothers David, John, Jonathan and sister, Elizabeth

Eric A. Lawler, 2707 Sibley Drive, Arlington, TX 76015

 

 

McKinney

McCarty

Howey

Need information on family of Cecilia McKinney, mother's name, Mary. Possible bros Barcley, James; sister, Letitia. Cecilias' first husband was Isaac McCarty (m 4 Aug 1794), 2ndly, Joseph Howey, mar 19 Oct 1799 in Nelson Co., KY.

Jerome Bosley, 125 110th Ave. S. E., Bellevue, WA 98004

 

 

Beechley

Casteel

Seeking info on Beechley, Beachly, Beeghly families, especially Peter. Supposedly wife of Peter was Cherokee, he b Aug 17, 1829/1839 in PA. Peter mar Martha Ann Dewitt, Mar 22, 1861, Alleg. Co., MD, prob had sister, Margaret. Were they Casteels or DeWitts? Any info appreciated.

Rachel Beechley McKinney, Box 99, Burlington, CO 80807

 

 

McKinna

McKinney

Seeking Elihu or Albert Mckinna/McKinney either in North or South Carolina. Elihu and wife, Sarah listed in Sycamore Bend Baptist Church minutes, Mill Creek area, Buncombe Co., later Henderson, now Transylvania Co. 1833 – 1837 – not listed in census records. A Bible record lists their children as James B. b 21 Jan 1830; Rachel b 1 Nov 1831; Thomas b 26 Nov 1833. Rachel and Thomas shown in the 1850 Census in the John McKinney household as younger children. Albert and wife, Martha listed in church records, 1837 – 1848. John McKinney about 25 years older than Elihu and Albert (b 1812). Any help appreciated.

 

 

 

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Albert McKinna received by letter in 1837, was assistant clerk in 1838 and 1844.

Leslee Fehlman, 3606 Piute Trail, Austin, TX 78739

 

 

McKinney

Anderson

Hooper

Seeking info on McKinneys who moved to GA (Rabun Co.), from Buncombe Co., ca 1820 – 1840. William McKinney (Margaret Anderson); William's sister, who mar Jasper Hooper; Flora McKinney (John Anderson). Any help appreciated.

Ena M. Littrell, Rt 1, Box 348, Leicester, NC 28748

Note: Have you contacted the Buncombe Co. Genealogy Society? They have published the Buncombe County Heritage Book, it may be of some help.

 

 

McKinney

Blevins

Cooney

Seeking Jane Kinney/McKinney b ca 1834, prob Louisville, Jefferson Co., KY, mar John T. (?) Blevins, Blivens. Dau Mary Ann, mar James C. Cooney. Records show Jane Kinney/McKinney as dau of Lewis. Mary Ann mar James C. Cooney in IN. Will exchange info.

Helena Hemstreet, 12101 Indiana, Space 30, Riverside, CA 92503

 

Note: Also researching Hemstreet, Cooney, Robbins, Bourquin, Mignery, Pease, Wilhoite, Walker, Harris, Stanton, Jacotey, Waite (e), Broga, Root, Selden, Cummings. Will correspond on these lines.

 

 

McKinney

Wallace

Is William W. McKinney b ca 1809 KY, son of David McKinney and Margaret Wallace? David b ca 1755, Augusta Co., VA, m 1785 VA, removed to KY, IN (now Orange Co., ca 1810), d 7 May 1822, IN. Issue of David and Margaret; James, Esther, Elizabeth, Margaret, John, Robert, Alexander, Mary, Thomas, David, William W., Cynthia Ann.

Catherine A. Durham, 314 Sunnybrook Dr., Hurricane WVA 25526

 

 

McKinney

Macinnish

Seeking pts of Daniel (Donald) Macinnish, place of birth, also pts of wife, Mary. Daniel d ca 2 Nov 1751, Sussex Co., VA, also lived NC, SC. Issue: Sarah, Daniel Jr., William, John, twins d infants.

David Bruce McKinney, 817 Curtis Dr., Nashville, TN 37207

 

 

McKinney

Dickey

Seeking info, James Bennett McKinney b 18 Nov 1923, prob Fayette Co., KY, son of Pearl Lee Dickey McKinney b 1896, and James Robert McKinney, b 24 Mar 1894 prob Woodford Co., KY. James prob son of Frank/Franklin McKinney and Annie Dedman of Woodford Co. Annie b 1872, d 1948. Any help appreciated.

Jewel McKinney Begley, 1886 Marlboro Dr., Lexington, KY 40505

 

 

McKinney

Wall/Hall

Seeking info Mary Jane McKenney, b ca 1851, KY d ca 1928, Fayetteville, AR, mar Harvey H. Hall. Issue: Frank, Belle, Margaret, Tigar Aaron b 1875, Daniel Boone b 1877, Martha, Mary, unnamed son. Moved AR ca 1882. Mary Jane had bro Rob McKenney (he had sons Zeke, Everett, Garrett).

Charlene Meadows, 14821 Clement Dr., Clearlake, CA 95422

 

 

McKinney

McGrew

Grigsby

Will correspond with anyone seeking ancestry of Margaret McKinney b Washington, Daviess Co., IN, dau of Thomas and Jane McGrew McKinney. Thomas b 1803, Fayette Co., KY. Margaret m. John Grigsby, she descends from from Alexander and Esther Campbell McKinney.

Susan Cearlock Tilleman, Box 4528, APO, NY 09009-5375

 

 

 

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Still seeking descendants of Jacob, Madison L., and Edwin McKinney, bros of James McKinney or sons of Andrew and Sarah Maybee McKinney. Sarah d 1927 in Ca, Jacob living in Victorville, CA. All info appreciated.

Paul Dutschman, PO Box 201, Terra Bella, CA 93270

 

 

McKinney

Koontz

Seeking info, Lewis McKinney b 11 May 1832, Morgan Co., IN, d 17 Feb 1900, Lincoln Co., KS, buried Prairie Grove Cemetery. Wife, Sarah Ann Koontz, first ch b Knoxville, Monroe Co., IA. Issue: Rachel Melville, James Buchanan, Andrew Jackson, Lewis Jasper, William, Marh L. Emma, Deliah, Alonzo, Lorenzo, Ella, John, Bertha, Sarah Jane. Who were Lewis' pts? Sarah's? Her father may have been NC, mother, b KY. (IN, KS, IA)

Keela Irene Case, 550 South Grant, Colby, KS 67701

 

 

McKinney

Liggett

Seeking desc, Capt. John M. McKinney, b 1835 MS, early settler of Johnson Co., TX, mar 2nd, 1890, Miss Susie McKinney (b 1864 TN), dau of Daniel V. Mckinney and Minerva Liggett of TN. (MS, TX, TN)

Albert D. McKinney, 27561 Hwy 88, Pioneer, CA 95666

 

 

McKinney

Anderson

Seeking Stephen McKinney, b 24 Apr 1796, KY, mar 1826, Boone Co., MO, Louisa Anderson. Issue: Sarah 1827; William Felix 1828; Mary Louisa 1830; Francis Marion 1831; James Galen 1844. Some b Boone Co., MO, most b Warren and Morgan Co.'s, IL. (KY, MO, IL)

Charlett Jean Creesy, 18891 S. W. Eagle Point Way, McMinville, OR 97128

 

Note: Mrs. Creesy donated a photographic copy of the McKinney entries from The Brazen Overlanders of 184', a book that we have been interested in for some time. Text will be printed later. We thank you. Charlotte.

 

 

McKinney

Seeking info, Collis McKinney of Pacolet Mills, SC. Had issue, Boyd Brown McKinney, Sam and George. (SC)

Wilton J. McKinney, 238 Byrd Blvd., Greenville, SC 29605

 

 

McKinney

Shorts

Earliest anc, Peter McKinney b 1758 Ireland, d Apr 22, 1844 and bur White Oak Springs Cemetery, near Petersville, PA. Wife, Mary Shorts, mar 1791, Braddock Field, Westmoreland Co., PA. Issue: Elizabeth 1792; Richard; Robert 1795; Peter, Jr. 1797; Jane ca 1800; William S. 1802; James 1805; Thomas 1807; Sarah 1809; Richard 1811; John 1815; Mary Elsie 1816; Christey Avey 1817. All info appreciated. Pts of Peter? Where did sisters locate and marry? (Ireland, PA)

Luanne R. Eisler, Box 268A, R.D. #1, Slippery Rock, PA 16057

 

Note: Peter is listed as a DAR ancestor in the Patriot Index, Vol. I. Would suggest your contacting the D. A. R. at 1776 D St., Washington, DC and send a check for $4.00 to the Treasurer-General, requesting the most recent copy of an application paper for Peter McKinney, and stating that it is for membership application to the DAR. Recent application papers can sometimes help in contacting other family members, but do not give family earlier than the Revolutionary ancestor.

 

 

 

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McKinney

Sebring

Desc from Mordecai & Mary Sebring through son, Daniel McKinney. Am interested in newspaper articles on the McKinney family and pictures of the family for exchange. Am descended from Anthony Wayne McKinney and will exchange McKinney related pictures.

Frances A. Turner, 108 North Thomas St., #1, Arlington, VA 22203

 

 

McKinney

Mercer

Epperson

Smith

Seeking lineages of Mercer wives of Henry Valentine McKinney, 1852 – 1914; Hyram Carroll McKinney of TX (Emily Epperson); and pts of Sarah Louise Smith 1796 – 1860, wife of Obediah McKinney, NC to OH. Patricia Kirkwood, 2750 West 232 St., Torrance, CA 90505

 

 

 

Ohio Research Notes

 

Minard McKinney – Burial, b 1832, d 1 Sep 1864, Civil War pvt., Co. K, 138, OVI, buried Lot #70, Section 1, Grave 3, Hopewell Cemetery, Deerfield, west of Wirtz Road.

 

Robert McKinney, Montgomery Co., OH, b Bullet (?) KY, d 14 Aug 1921, Soldiers Home Cemetery, Dayton, Row 20, Section 2, Grave 30. Had brother, Richard, enlisted 23 Dec 1861, discharged 28 Jun 1865, Cavalry Pvt., Co. A6, KY Cavalry.

 

Samuel McKinney, New Carlisle Cemetery, Clark Co., OH, Bethel Township, 1836 (death date), b Jan 1, 1781. Old Grave 16, Row 12, War of 1812 marker. Enlisted Sep 18, 1813, discharged Oct 18, 1813, Sgt., Army, roll of Ensign Lummas (Loomis ?), probably Clark Co.

 

Samuel C. McKinney, d 28 Apr 1863, Franklin TN, b 30 Apr 1863 (?), Deersville, Franklin Township, OH, b 1837, Row 21, Grave 41, Civil War, enlisted 9 Aug 1862, d 28 Apr 1863, Army, Sgt., Co. F 98th OVI. Burial date.

 

New Blanchester IOOF Cemetery

Susanna McKinney, Lot 35/37

Wilson McKinney, buried 3-23-?, Lot 48

Mary L. McKinney, Lot 48 nd

Thursa McKinney, Lot 48, nd

Sylvanua McKinney, Lot 48, nd

Thomas McKinney, Lot 48, Phoebe McKinney, Lot 48, nd, Mary McKinney, Lot 7, buried 3-25-1978.

 

Sabina Cemetery Burials:

James McKinney, buried Jan 31, 195?

Ora Blanche, 2-26-1927

Mrs. Hannah, died 1930

Daniel, died Mar 2, 1941, age 65

Mary J., died 1965

Mrs. Howard, died 1946

Howard McKinney, d Sep 17, 1958

Robert M., died 1970

 

Caddis Cemetery, Wilmington, Union township: Elizabeth McKinney, wife of E. H. McKinney, d 1871, age 29 years 7 mos

 

Clarksville:

Ella McKinney, 1863 – 1938; Mary McKinney 1850 – 1940

Charles McKinney, 1892 – 1934

Eliza J. McKinney, 1880, age 69 years

Rachel R. McKinney, wife of Obediah McKinney, d Mar 27, 1900, 63-2-11

Amos G. McKinney, 1865 – 1945

Effie L. McKinney, 1870- 1940

E. Reba McKinney, Daughter, 1912 – 1913

 

Cowan Creek Cemetery:

John McKinney, son of Daniel and Mary, d 1899, age 26 years

William McKinney, 1874 –

Ellen McKinney, 1889 –

Edward McKinney, son of Henry & Ethel, 1912 – 1918

 

 

 

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Henry McKinney, 1867 – 1927

Ethel McKinney, 1884 – 1952

George McKinney, 1840 – 1921

Susan, His Wife, 1843 – 1921

 

Cemetery Records, Clinton County:

Springfield Friends Cemetery, No. 37, 190 Todds Fork Road, Wilmington, OH

Land was donated for Meeting house and cemetery by Isaac Harvey from Survey 2372, which he had purchased for the Harvey family from NC in 1806.

 

Lydia Harvey, 1813 (First Burial)

Milton B. McKinney, Oak Grove, b Sep 22, 1836, Clarksville, OH d Mar 8, 1900, age 63

Harry Earl McKinney, d near Harveysburg, Apr 6, 1902, b Sep 22, 1857 near Morrow, OH, Lot 77, Section 4A, Twp. 1

William McKinney, A Soldier, b Adams Township, OH, d Oct 12, 1918 (Adams Township lot in Section 4 of Springfield Cemetery)

Harry E. McKinney, near Harveysburg, b 1887, d 1902

C. S. McKinney, 1876 – 1935, b in Warren Co.

 

New Burlington Cemetery, located on Cemetery Road near the intersection with Center Road, this cemetery is in part of Caesarcreek Township, Greene Co., and partially in Clinton Co., established in 1799 by Aaron Jenkins.

Fred Douglas McKinney, 1884 – 1969

Nellie Turner McKinney, 1884 – 1944

Ida Mae McKinney, 1874 – 1951

 

IOOF Cemetery, Martinsville, Clark Township:

Leona McKinney, 1879 – 1879, Dau of E. H. and Martha McKinney

Dolorous C. McKinney, 1904, Dau of Alton and Sarah McKinney

E. H. McKinney, died Lebanon, OH, buried May 7, 1914

Reginald McKinney, d Tampa, FL, May 12, 1943

Alton McKinney, d Jan 30, 1948

 

New Antioch Cemetery:

Pearl Stackhouse McKinney, d 12-11-1957, age 79

Ulysses Grant McKinney, d 8-25-1962, age 65

Eugene McKinney, 1896 – 1962

James L. McKinney, 1865 – 1944

Pearl S. McKinney, 1878 –

 

New Vienna Cemetery:

Flora D. McKinney, d 9-27-1970, age 97

 

Westboro IOOF Cemetery:

Nancy Ellen McKinney, d Sep 26, 1966, age 96

 

Caldwell, Madison Township, Highland Co.:

Amon McKinney, d 1855, age 23-10-4

Rachel, Wife, d 12-26-1853, age 26-5-5

Sarah, wife of Lewis, d 10 Mar 1861, 29-1-17

Sarah Smith, wife of Obediah McKinney, d 1-10-1860, age 66

Infant dau, Hardin and Louisa McKinney, d Apr 13, 1858

Mary Catherine, dau of Daniel and Elizabeth McKinney, 9-20-1861

John McKinney, 2-22-1845, age 24-3-21

James McKinney, 2-6-1843, age 25-7-13

Ann R. McKinney, 6-15-1850, age 24-4-15

(Ann Rebeckah Crone, 1st wife of Jesse McKinney, dau of George Crone and Matilda Abernathy. Jesse married 2nd, Margaret Dodd(s).

Infant dau, Jesse and Ann McKinney

 

Baptist Cemetery, New Market:

Daniel McKinney, 1809 – 1865

Elizabeth A. McKinney, Wife, 1821 – 1902

Robert, Son, 2-20-1855, d 3-4-1876

 

Hartman Cemetery, Paint Township, Highland Co:

Louisa McKenia (?), wife of James, 4-29-79, age 78-1-25

 

Gilboa, Paint Township:

Malinda C. McKinney, wife of Anderson, 3-12-1882, age 45-4-20, burying ground donated by Anderson and Lucinda McKinney

 

 

 

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Scioto Co., Bennett Cemetery, Madison Township, Minford area:

Charles W. McKinney, 1912 – 1973

Stella Mae McKinney, 1899 – 1960

Katherine McKinney, 1895 –

Ralph Earl McKinney, 1923 – 1938

William McKinney, 1889 – 1964

 

Fairview, Old Bennett Cemetery:

Lona McKinney, 1911

Bennie McKinney, 1894 – 1895

Rachel McKinney, 1852 – 1916

William McKinney, 1889 – 1964

 

Squire Cemetery:

L. D. McKinney, 17 Jun 1816/ 8 Dec 1904

Icybinda, Wife, 26 Feb 1819, 29 Jun 1886

Daniel McKinney, 17 May 1787, 3 Jun 1831

Catherine, wife of Daniel, 9 Feb 1789, 4 Sep 1875

Thomas H. McKinney, 2 Sep 1886

John, 5 Oct 1853, age 1-6-8 (Child of C. & R. McKinney)

?, d 18 Oct 1864, age 16-1-1 (Child of C. & R. McKinney)

Albert McKinney, 1887 – 1951

Gertrude L. McKinney, 1888

Daniel McKinney, 1919 – 1941

Clarence McKinney, 1891

Julia McKinney, 1893

Edwin McKinney, 1913 – 1937

Nettie J. McKinney, 1898 – 1946

Ray McKinney, 1894 – 1975

Daisy McKinney, 1903 –

Harold McKinney, 1916 – 1921

 

Glendale Cemetery, Madison:

William McKinney, son, D. & H., 30 Oct 1853, 7 Nov 1854

David McKinney, 1865, age 61-9-11

David McKinney, 11 Jun 1811 - 23 Mar 1895

David McKinney, 1843 – 1925

One Fallen Stone, nd

Harriet, 11 Jun 1811 – 23 Mar 1895

Mary E. McKinney, 1855 – 1908

 

Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Madison:

John McKinney, 1904 – 1951

Selma McKinney, 1913

Timmy, 8 May 1862

 

 

 

 

Pennsylvania Research Notes

 

Recently, we had the opportunity to visit a distant library for the first time in many years, and since time was limited we attempted to do as much research as possible in the shortest amount of time – always a mistake. The following material was extracted from Pennsylvania Vita Records, Volumes I – III, Genealogical Publishing Company, 1985. Needless to say, the time required to photocopy needed pages from a single machine, 'taking turns' with other patrons, and finally, a machine breakdown just ten minutes before closing hours precluded getting full, complete, and proper citations. In other words, the material here presented is complete as far as all McKinney/McKenney surnames extracted from the three volumes and index, but certain vital chapter titles, locations and other explanatory material was omitted. I plead nolo contender.

 

Bucks Co., 1774, Feb 11, James McKinney's son born last night about 12 o'clock (Plumstead records)

 

p479, 1814, May 3, James McKenny mar Martha Allison

 

p149,

1787, Aug ?, John McDowell, mar Katharine McKinney

1785, Feb 24, Alexander McDowell, mar Isabel McKinney

1785, May 5, William Menard, mar Martha McKinney

 

p2, Aug 14, 1806, died: on the 29th inst., at his farm near Mercersburg, Major Walter McKinne, (Captain in the Revolution)

 

p2, 3, Sep ye 27, 1764, Charles McKennis and Martha Butler married Jul 4, 1765, Joseph McKenny, married Rebecca Latimore

 

 

 

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p126, Apr 2, 1771, baptism, Robert, son of John McKinny

 

p131, May 1779, Isabel, daughter of John McKinny

 

p134, May 12, 1783, Walter, son of John McKinney

 

p138, 1797, Oct 2, -- child of Walter McKinny

 

p139, 1797, Apr 23, Josiah, son of Walter McKinny

 

p139, 1797, May 16, Josiah, son of James McKinny

 

p142, Apr 28, 1805, Walter, son of Walter McKinney, baptized

 

p142, Oct 14, 1806, --- child of James McKinny (death)

 

p146, Records of Upper West Concocheague Presbyterian Church, Mercersburg, Franklin Co., PA

Franklin Co, PA – 1774, Nov 8, John McCullough, mar Mary McKinney

 

p235,

Memorandum of Marriage Licenses, Docket of Isaac Hicks, JP, Bucks Co., 1772-1824: Dec 24, 1772, Joseph Roberts and Jane McKenny

Joseph Roberts, carpenter of Upper Makefield, and Jane McKenny of same; Surety, William Barber of same, wheelwright

 

p435, Marriages by John Johnston, 1787-1823, Huntington, Blair County. Ministerial subscription list, Jul 6, 1789 contains names – Samuel McKenny and associated family names of Covanhoven and others.

 

p480, 1816, Frances Kenie (McKenny ?) to Rachael Hamilton, Apr 11

 

p481, 1819, Feb 11, Jacob Slegle to Martha McKenny

 

p480, 1816, Apr 11, Francis McKenny, Rachel Hamilton (repeat of above entry)

 

p365, 4 Dec 1754, Before the same Justices – Thomas Harris appointed guardian over John McKinney, Mathew McKinney, Hugh McKinney and Mary McKinney, Orphans and Minor Children of John McKinney, deceased.

 

Note:

The will of John McKinnie of Paxton Twp., dated 25 Nov and proved 29 Nov 1749, named his mother Martha McKinnie, brother Henry, and brother in law Thomas Harris executors, and named wife Jean, but only mentioned one son John, though there were other children. Will Book A-1, 184:1749.

 

P556 – 30 Jan 1802, Information Wanted . . If a certain William Morris from Finrona in the county of Tyrone, Ireland, who some time ago resided in Northcumberland County, near Sunbury, PA, be now living, it is requested by his sister Ann M'Kinney, and family, lately come into this country, that he will immediately write them the place of his present abode; directing his letter to Alexander M'Intire, Lancaster, PA.

 

649: Jun 17, 1795, by Rev. Robert Davidson, Mordecai McKinney, merchant, of Middletown, to Polly Chambers, dau of Col. William Chambers. (Kline's Carlisle Gazette gives the marriage as of Jun 18.) Nov 28, 1793, by Rev. Robert Davidson, John Wills to Jane McKinney.

 

Notices from the Franklin Repository, Chambersburg, 1802-1805: Letters left in the post office at Greencastle: George McKinney, Strasburg

 

1805, Aug 13, Grand Jury of Franklin Co., on attempts to abolish the Constitution – Signers in favor of the present Constitution – Joseph McKinney, Joseph Chambers.

Aug 19, Walter McKinnie, Executor of Jane Gardner of Mercersburg

 

p661, Washington Co., PA, Marriage Bonds, 1803-1827, Henry Cotton, Margaret McKinney, 13 Feb 1815, Samuel Vance

 

Greensburg:

Alexander McKinney d Oct 14, 1827 in 71st year of age

Mary McKinney, relict of Alex McKinney d Feb 22, 1828 in 58th year of age

 

Some Seamen from New York (NGS), Brig 'Resort', Joseph Ridgeway, Master, to St. Croix – Jacob McKinney, cook, born PA, age 45, 5 ft 4 ½ inches, 16 Apr 1807.

 

 

 

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George C. McKinney Family – Pike Co., IL George G. McKinney

 

George C. McKinney (1822-1906) married Elizabeth Burkhead in Pike Co. on Jul 18, 1844. She was born in OH 11 May 1823 and died 27 Sep 1902. Elizabeth is buried at Mt. Olivet Cemetery near Mt. Carmel, south of Vandalia, MO. George C. McKinney is probably buried there, too. There is an existing headstone for Elizabeth, but none for George. George and Elizabeth had the following children, all born in Pike Co.:

John, ca 1845

William D., 1847

Nelson M., ca 1849

George W., ca 1851

Mary Frances, ca 1854

Anna, ca 1856

Thomas, ca 1861

Rachel, ca 1864

Sarah Matilda, ca 1865

 

In addition, Melissa Jane was born in MO, 3 Sep 1865. George's will states that he had always considered her to be his daughter, born out of wedlock to a woman not his wife. She received an inheritance of $500; William D. and Mary Frances were left $10 each. I am seeking to prove that my ancestor, William, who would have been the second William in the family was also born out of wedlock, while the first child named William was still living. I am seeking the parents/siblings of George C. McKinney, as well as the name of the mother of Melissa Jane and William. According to the 1910 Federal Census, the mother of George C. was born in Scotland. Following are some census records pertaining to this family:

 

 

1800-1810 Tax Lists, OH – (Townships not listed here, consult originals)

 

McKenney, Daniel Jr., Scioto Co., 011

McKenney, George, Clermont Co., 017

McKenny, Daniel, Scioto Co., 006

McKenny, John, Pickaway Co., 015

McKinney, Cain, Clermont, 032

McKinney, Daniel, Scioto, 004

McKinney, David, Hamilton, 024

McKinney, Henry, Trumbull, 033

McKinney, Henry, Trumbull, 046

McKinney, James, Ross, 041

McKinney, John, Muskingum, 008

McKinney, John, Fairfield –

McKinney, John, Franklin, 024

McKinney, Samuel, Jefferson, 030

McKinney, Samuel, Champaign, 013

McKinney, William, Adams, 023

McKinnie, Samuel, Jefferson, 043

McKinny, David, Hamilton, 063

McKinny, David, Hamilton, 022

McKinny, James, Clermont, 033

McKinny, William, Adams, 023

McKinsey, John, Highland, 015

McKenney, David, Hamilton Co., 020

McKenney, John, Muskingum Co., 006

McKenny, Daniel Sr., Scioto Co., 005

McKenny, William, Highland Co., 020

McKinney, Daniel, Scioto, 007

McKinney, Daniel Jr., Scioto, 005

McKinney, H., Trumbull, 036

McKinney, Henry, Mahoning, 017

McKinney, Henry, Trumbull, 023

McKinney, John, Guernsey, 006

McKinney, John, Muskingum, 005

McKinney, John, Trumbull, 031

McKinney, Margaret, Clermont, 018

McKinney, Samuel, Jefferson, 053

McKinney, William, Adams, 035

McKinney, William, Trumbull, 021

McKinnie, Samuel, Jefferson, 025

McKinny, David, Hamilton, 064

McKinny, Francis, Warren, 035

McKinny, James, Clermont, 033, 023

McKinny, William, Trumbull, 052

 

1820 Census, OH – (Not complete listing, only those given, George/William)

 

McKenney, George, Scioto, Nile Twp.

McKenney, William, Miami, Spring Twp.

McKenney, William, Clark, Moorefield

McKenney, Obediah, Ross, Paint Twp.

McKenney, William, Highland, Madison

McKenney, William, Logan, Lake Twp.

 

 

 

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McKinney, George, Harrison, Stock Twp.

McKinney, William, Belmont, Richard

McKinney, William, Scioto, Nile Twp.

McKinney, George, Ross, Scioto Twp.

McKinney, William, Brown, Byrd Twp.

McKinny, William, Clermont, Miami Twp.

 

1830 Census, OH – (Extracted William/George McKinney surnames, only)

 

McKenney, William, Jefferson, Steuben

McKinney, George, Harrison, Stock

McKinney, George Jr., Knox, Wayne

McKinney, William, Butler, Union

McKinney, William, Butler, Union

McKinny, William, Brown, Union Twp.

McKenny, William, Highland, Madison

McKinney, George, Harrison, Hanover

McKinney, William, Scioto, Nile

McKinney, William, Miami, Spring

McKinney, William L., Miami, Spring

 

1840 Census, OH –

 

G. M. McKinney, Scioto, Nile Twp.

George McKinney, Knox, Middlebury

George McKinney, Harrison, Stock

George McKinney, Washington, Marietta

William McKinney, Knox, Wayne

William McKinney, Scioto, Nile

William McKinny, Lawrence, Perry

George McKinney, Knox, Middlebury Twp.

George McKinney, Harrison, Stock

George McKinney, Washington, Ludlow

William McKinney, Hamilton, Symmes

William McKinney, Brown, Lewis

William McKinney, Washington, Marietta

 

1850 Census, OH –

 

William McKinnie, Clermont, Wayne

William McKiney, Shelby, Turtle Creek

William B. McKiney, Preble, Jefferson

George McKinney, Harrison, Stock

George McKinney, Miami, Miami

George McKinney, Hamilton, Symmes

W. J. McKinney, Scioto, Buena Vista

William McKinney, Scioto, Wheelers

William McKinney, Fayette, Jasper

William McKinney, Wayne, Sugar Creek

William McKinney, Knox, Milford

William McKinney, Knox, Middlebury

William McKinney, Brown, Lewis

William McKinney, Hamilton, Cincinnati

William A. McKinney, Hocking, Logan

William G. McKinney, Washington, Marietta

William McKinnie, Portage, Aurora

William McKinny, Cuyhoga, Cleveland

William McKinnie, Miami, Cincinnati+

William B. McKiney, Preble, Jefferson

McKinna, William, Miami, Cincinnati

George McKinney, Monroe, Enoch

George McKinney, Hamilton, Miami

William McKinney, Claremont, Green

William McKinney, Licking, Newton

William McKinney, Hamilton, Miami

William McKinney, Delaware, Genda

William McKinney, Licking, Bowling

William McKinney, Jefferson, Steuben

William McKinney, Hocking, Green

William McKinney, Ashe, Andover

William McKinney, Hocking, Logan

William B. McKinney, Washington, Marietta

William J. McKinney, Montgomery, Dayton

McKinney, George (McKinny), Butler, Union

 

1860 Census, OH –

 

George McKiney, Hamilton, 178

McKinney, Geo. D. ?

McKinney, Geo. W., KNWN 297

McKinney, George, 272

McKinney, George, ? 303

McKinney, G, CBLV, 159

McKinney, George W. –RLE, 356

McKinney, George, BUUN, 83

McKinney, George, HU??, 177

William McKinney (30 listings)

 

Note: This photocopy was almost impossible to read as far as identifying the county and townships.

 

+Hamilton County, not Miami (Illegible copy)

 

 

1820 Census, IL –

 

No George or William McKinney listed.

 

 

 

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1830 Census, IL –

 

McKenney, William, V---, 112

McKinney, William, ED--, 051

McKinney, William, ST--, 127, no Twp

McKinney, G. W., Hancock, 203

McKinney, William, Adams, 280, Quincy

 

1840 Census, IL –

 

William McKenney, Lawrence, 173 No Twp.

William McKenny, Peoria, 059, Marsh Twp.

William McKinney, Macon, 338

William McKinney, Rock., Cordova, 258

William McKinny, Morgan, 452

William McKenney, Rock. No. 258, Cordova

William McKinney, Pike, 116

William McKinney, Vermillion, 131

George McKinny, Marion, 181

 

1850 Census, IL –

 

William G. McKenney, marion, 041

George McKinney, ST--, 439, Belleville

William McKinney, Hancock, 341

William McKinney, CL--, ??

William McKinney: Pike, Logan, Sangoman and two illegible from copy

William McKiney, Macon, No. 324

George McKinney, Marion, 024

George McKinney, LA--, ---, Northville

William McKinney, CL--, Clay

William McKinney, Adams (3)

 

 

 

Library News – Reviews Karen McKinney

 

We wish to thank member Barbara Maybury for her recent donation of Wes Cochran's 1860 Census of Ritchie Co. We have also received another new North Carolina reference, and have upgraded our library loan catalog for inclusion with the new member's packets. The complete library listing of books for loan will be included in the next issue, Winter 1986.

 

 

Haywood County North Carolina Families, Alice R. Cook, Heritage Books, Bowie, MD 1986, soft cover, cross indexed, 166pp, $12.50

 

Published in a genealogical dictionary format, this could have been a much greater research help in Haywood Co. with a little more pertinent data. For instance, many citations of families give no dates at all, leaving the reader wondering just when the death, birth or marriage occurred. For instance:

 

Hall – m and had sons, BW; Henry; JC; EA; Turner; Willis; Robert.

 

Other entries are more complete, however many of them give no location or place within the county, and in the case of a common name such as Hall, the locale could be vital in identifying different branches of the same family. The researcher, in order to utilize this work, would already have much identifying information on a family if he were to add to his knowledge – not for the general researcher, this would be used as an adjunct to data already acquired.

 

Several new volumes are available from different members who are willing to search, or photocopy. Among those are New England Marriages Prior to 1700, Torry, and Passenger Arrivals, Port of Philadelphia, Tepper. Contact the Editor for further information.

 

Gladys Z. McKinney, 82, who worked for the army corps of engineers for 37 years before retiring in 1964, died Apr 7, 1986 at George Washington University Hospital. Miss McKinney taught school in her native Montana, and began her government career in 1927. Survivors include two brothers, Sterling R. McKinney of Culbertson, MT, and Howard A. McKinney of Helena, MT. Two sisters also survive, Ethel Twedt of Seattle, Washington and Betty Lou Seiler of Pleasanton, CA.

 

 

 

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Ahnentafel, Marjorie Jane Davis

 

1 - Marjorie Jane Davis, b 1928, Boston, MA (Jas, H. Clark, Gerald R. Sheehy)

2 - John Hubbard Davis, Jr., 1903-1955, m 1927 New York City b CT, d NYC

3 - Marion Isabel Douglas, b 1904, d 1972 Canada

4 - John Hubbard Davis, b 1868 Hamden, CT, d 1944 Hamden, CT

5 - Evalyn Sumner Collins, b 1875 Columbia, CT, d 1959, Hamden, CT

6 - James Robson Douglas, b 1876 Amherst, NS, Canada, d 1943, Montreal, Quebec

7 - Marion Genevieve Stevens, b 1873 Houlton, ME, d 1964, Los Angeles, CA

8 - Samuel Davis, b 1822 Stafford, CT, d 1887, Hamden

9 - Emily Mansfield, b 1828, Hamden, d 1896, Hamden, CT

10 - William Augustus Collins, b 1846, Columbia, CT, d 1929, Columbia

11 - Florilla Sumner Root, b 1845 Hebron, CT, d 1903 Columbia, CT

12 - David W. Douglas, b 1845 Maitland, NS Canada, d 1889, Amherst, NS, Canada

13 - Jane (M. Jennie) Lamy, 1851-1893, Amherst, NS, Canada

14 - Lyman W. Stevens, 1842- b Houlton, ME, d Caribou, ME (?)

15 - Isabel McKinney, b 1846 Houlton, d 1924 Caribou, ME, bur Houlton

16 - Avery Davis, Jr., b 1785 So. Willington, CT, d 1863 Staffort, CT

17 - Hannah Tyler Lyon, b 1788 Stafford, d 1850 Stafford, CT

18 - John Lewis Mansfield, 1797-1845, 'of North Haven and Hamden, CT'

19 - Martha Burnham, 1797-1872, Bethany or Woodridge, CT, d West Haven, CT

20 - Rufus Collins, b 1800 Lebanon, CT, d 1883, Columbia, CT

21 - Olive Potter, b 1807 Sterling, CT, d 1894, Columbia

22 - Chauncey Lagndon Root, b 1802 Colchester, CT, d 1845 Ware, MA, res Hebron, CT

23 - Cynthia Maria Sumner, b 1803 Hebron, CT, d 1886 Columbia, CT

28 - James H. Stevens, b 1813 Nottingham, NJ, d 1883 Ludlow, ME, bur Houlton

29 - Sophronia Parker, b 1811 Stronge, ME, d 1876 Ludlow, MD, bur Houlton

30 – James McKinney, b 1805 Londonderry Ireland, d Hilton Head, SC, Civil War

31 - Margaret O'Brien, b 1815 New Brunswick, Canada, d 1860 Ludlow, ME, bur Houlton

32 - Avery Davis, Sr., b 1751 New London, (Stonington), CT, d 1862 Stafford

33 - Amy Lillibridge, b 1761 Exeter, RI, d 1787 ?, Willington, CT

34 - Lyman Lyon, b 1753 Woodstock, CT, d 1824 Stafford, CT

35 - Hannah Corbin, b 1756 No. Woodstock, CT, d 1800 Stafford, CT

36 - Ebenezer Mansfield, b 1757 New Haven, CT, d 1819 Hamden, CT

37 - Mary Lewis, b 1765 New Haven, d 1844

38 - David Burnham, b 1761 England (?), d Bethany, CT

39 - Rachel Tuttle, b 1737 East Haven, CT

40 - Ambrose Collins, b 1771 Lebanon, CT, d 1840 Columbia, CT

41 - Anna Dewey, b 1776 Bolton, CT, d 1840 Columbia

42 - James Potter, b Cranston, RI, d 1835

43 - Esther Perry

44 - Edward Root, b 1772 Hebron, CT, d 1841 Marlborough, CT

45 - Thankful Shattuck, b 1777 East Hampton (Chatham), CT

46 - Deacon William Sumner, b 1761 Hebron, CT, d 1838 Hebron

47 - Jemima Tarbox, b 1765, d 1837, resident of Hebron

58 - Zebediah Parker, (Barker), b 1788 Greene, ME, d Fort Fairfield

59 - Mary Morrill, b 1795 Lewiston, ME, d Fort Fairfield

64 - John Davis, V, b 1728 New London, CT, m 1748, d 1817 Willington, CT

65 - Annis Strickland Avery (relict of Ransford), New London, CT

66 - Rev. David Lillibridge, b 1744, Willington, CT

67 - Miriam Moore of Richmond, RI

68 - Nehemiah Lyon, b 1719, m 1741, d 1791, No. Woodstock, CT

69 - Mehitable/Mehetibel Child, b 1718, d 1789, of North Woodstock

70 - Samuel Corbin, b 1715, m 1735/1736, d 1782, of Dudley, MA, Woodstock, CT

71 - Jane David, b 1716 Roxbury, MA, d 1801 Dudley, MA

 

            (To Be Continued)

 

 

 

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Ahnentafel - Vivian McKinney Edwards

 

1 - Vivian McKinney, b 1923, mar 1948, Bill Edwards

2 - Lawrence McKinney, 1887-1971, mar 1913

3 - Cova Wells, 1893-1981

4 - Morgan McKinney, 1855-1916, mar 1877

5 - Martha Ashcroft, 1860-1943

6 - Otto Wells, 1873-1949, mar 1892

7 - Elnora Jamison, 1871-1929

8 - Alfred McKinney, 1809-1859, mar 1840

9 - Mary Gupton, 1817-1894

10 - Isaac Ashcroft

11 - Lesthuna Swartz

12 - James Wells, 1855-1933, mar 1873

13 - Elizabeth Strader, 1852-1916

14 - James Jamison, 1844-1871, mar 1870

15 - Hannah Denny, 1848-1924

16 - Lampkin McKinney Sr., 1751-1854, mar 1787

17 - Sarah Copley

18 - Jacob Gupton, Sr., 1778-1852, mar 1805

19 - Elizabeth Bass, 1785-1861

24 - John Wells, 1815-1882, mar 1840

25 - Nancy Flint, 1824-

26 - Vincent Strader, 1812-1866, mar 1831

27 - Patience Stewart, 1813-1879

28 - James Jamison, 1802-1851

29 - Amanda Botts

30 - Morris Denny, 1811-1906, mar 1846

31 - Sarah Gordon, 1816-1912

36 - Stephen Gupton, Jr., 1742-1816, mar 1764

37 - Nancy Portis, d after 1816

38 - Jacob Bass Jr., d after 1810, mar 1785

39 - Ann Cook

50 - Thomas Flint

52 - Francis Strader Jr., 1775-1846, mar 1795

53 - Susannah Easter, 1775-

54 - William Stewart, 1785-1855, mar 1809

55 - Dicey Haines, 1789-1881

60 - Elisha Denny, 1784

61 - Polly Hedger, 1796-1845

62 - Howard Gordon, 1784

63 - Mary Shields, 1800

72 - Stephen Gupton Sr., 1703, mar 1728

73 - Margaret Coward

76 - Jacob Bass, R., D 1792

104 - Francis Strader Sr., 1752-1792, mar 1773

105 – Ann McLain, d 1810

106 – Adam Easter

108 – Robert Stewart, 1749-1845

109 – Patience, 1749-1854

110 – John Haines

120 – Robert Denny, 1753-1826, mar 1778

121 – Rachel Thomas

 

 

 

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122 – Thomas Hedger

123 – Mary

144 – William Gupton, Jr., d 1722, mar 1701

145 – Mary Elizabeth Dolen, d 1723

152 – John Bass Jr., d 1777

153 - ? Reddick

208 – Phillipp Streiter, d 1780

209 – Anna Julianna Whittman, 1717-

210 – John McLain

288 – William Gupton Sr., d 1709

304 – John Bass Sr., 1673-1732, m 1694

305 – Love Harris

418 – Phillipp Wittman

608 – William Bass Sr., 1654-1741

609 – Catherine Lenier, d 1691

1216 – John Basse, 1616-1699, mar 1638

1217 – Kaziah Elizabeth Tucker, d 1676

2432 – Nathaniel Basse, 1581-1654, mar 1613

2433 – Mary Jourdan, d 1629

4864 – Humphrey Basse, 1565/1570-1616

4865 – Mary Buschier, 1570-1616

 

 

 

Miscellaneous Bits and Pieces

 

 

North Carolina, The Reverend John Roan's Account Book, 1745-1775. John Roan was pastor of the 'New Side' Presbyterian congregation at Paxtang, Derry and Conewago all near Harrisburg, PA. Most of these families moved south on the Great Wagon Road to VA and NC, hence the inclusion of 'North Carolina' in our title. One entry concerns us:

 

John McKinny, made a total of 12.15.0 from 30 Jan 1746/1747 to 10 Jun 1749 with one payment 'by J. Carr Senr.'. From 23 Oct 1752 to 25 Sep 1756, 'his widow pd'. (p 68). Taken from North Carolina Genealogical Society Journal, Volume VII, No. 2.

 

Aldermans in America, George Alderman and Nancy Carlton, his wife, had son, Jonathan H. Alderman, Mar 17, 1847 (d 6 Jun 1924). Jonathan married Amy Ann McKinney, 2 Aug 1862. Their issue: George W. b 1864, m Isabel Coulter; Nancy E. b 11 Dec 1866, m Isaac Turner; James Seward m. R. Hollingsworth; Ruth Priscilla; Mary Eunice; Macie Elizabeth; Lucy A.; Gordon; Minnie; Dudley; Lebbie; Flavius A.; Jonathan H. Jr.; Pearl; William Franklin; Mattie. The Aldermans lived near Berlin, South Georgia, were Methodists. Probably married in Berrien Co., GA.

 

The Brazen Overlanders of 1845, Donna M. Wojcik, 1976. p77, Rachael (wife of Cornelius) McKinney talks about four friends, Ellen Wooley, Mary Thetherow, Isabell Miller and herself and their experience on the wagon train in 1845, headed for Oregon. Rachel was living in 1914. Henry Ann McKinney, the daughter of Walter (William) gave an interview regarding the trip in 1908. Henry Ann died in Sep of that year. William Walter was accompanied on the trip by his nephew Charles McKinney, brother in law Anderson Cox and a friend, Pascal Smith. The membership lists accompanying the text (apparently a pioneer association list) give descendants as follows:

 

Melba Butts, dau of John Butts (1810-1890) born in West Pendleton Co., VA, died in Forest Grove, OR. Melva's mother was Catherine Butts, who died descending the hill to the Deschutes River in 1845, she is buried on the Conroy ranch in Wasco Co., Oregon. Melba born in 1841 died in 1856 in Washington Co., and married Elijah McKinney.

 

 

 

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Luke Hinshaw, b 1819 in Ross Co., OH, d 1883, in OR, mar 1851, in Washington Co., Isabella McKinney.

 

Daniel McKinney, brother of James and William, b ca 1805 in IN, d 1864 in Multnomah Co., OR, unmarried.

 

James McKinney, brother of Daniel and William, b 1796 in Montgomery Co., KY, d Jul 16, 1867 in Douglas Co., OR. He married Mar 14, 1819, Wayne Co., IN, Mary Little. James traveled to OR alone in 1845 and sent for his family who came later.

 

William McKinney, son of James McKinney and Nancy Sherry McKinney, b Apr 30, 1802 in Ross Co., OH, d in 1889 in Hillsboro, Washington Co., OR. He married Henry Ann Walter, (of William and Rachel Doddridge Walter). Issue:

 

Charles C., 1830-1902, m Mary E. Baton; Isabelle 1831-1951, Luke Hinshaw; Rachel 1833-1918, Benjamin Cornelius; James Montgomery b 1834, mar in Wisconsin, Mrs. McNal; William II, 1836-1924, m Sarah Jane Polson; Jasper Newton, 1839-, m Sarah Jane Cornelius; Sarah Jane, 1841-, m A. P. Caldwell.

 

Diary of George Riley Hazard 1854-1867, Susquehanna, PA and Broome Co., NY mentions McKinney's Mill near Daniel Blatchleys. Achsa Blatchley married into the Hazard family.

 

Apr 1854, Hazard took 750 feet of hemlock boards to John McKinny's. John McKinny worked near New Milford and to Griggs Corners.

 

Aug 29, Father went to a lawsuit for Mr. Kirkwood again, says went to Kirkwoods and the bend.

 

Oct 27, drawed 1000 feet of lumber for H. C. Hazard, to John McKinney.

 

Jul 1855, mentions drawing wood to Sanders and McKinney and mentions visit of Squire Daniel Blatchley.

 

1858, traded at Henry McKinneys, $54.31

 

West Virginia Estate Settlements: Harrison Co.

 

McKinney, George, set., 8-1831

McKinney, Geo., Set., 1-19-1837

McKinney, Michael, inventory, 7-6-1837

 

Berkeley Co., 1815-1850

 

John McKinney, Estate, 4-13-1819

 

North Carolina Marriage Records, p 176 (W. M. Clemons)

 

McKenna, Rebecca, and George Julian, 9 Apr 1791, Mecklenburg Co.

McKenney, Mary and Archibald Murphy, 30 Mar 1798, Mecklenburg Co.

McKenney, Sarah, and Richard Horn, 28 May 1801, Mecklenburg Co.

McKensey, James, and Susane Thompson, 5 Jun 1779, Guilford Co., NC

McKinney, Nathaniel, and ? Smith, 12 Nov 1792, Guilford Co.

McKinney, Seth, and Jane Merchant, 14 Jan 1800, Mecklenburg Co.

McKinney, William, and Elinor James, 13 Feb. 1790, Guilford Co.

 

 

(note in margin for the below __ paragraphs says 'Dale's')

 

James McKinney, Real Estate Book A, p43, Probate Judge's Office, Pickens Co., SC. The undersigned humbly sheweth that he has an interest in the surplus lands of James McKinney, Senr. decd. He therefore hereby Petition the court to sell the said lands not otherwise disposed of by the deceased as soon as the law will permit on a credit of 12 months or such terms as the court shall direct. Jan 17, 1842 (Signed) John McKinney

 

The State of SC, to Charles McKinney, James Lay, David McKinney, Jesse Preston and Wilson McKinney, James Robertson, legal Heirs of Jas. McKinney late of Pickens District deceased who died intestate Greetings. You are hereby required to appear at the court of ordinary to be holden at Pickens Court House for Pickens District on the 2nd Monday of Feb to shew cause if any of you can why the Real Estate of James McKinney decd. Should not be divided or sold for the benefit of the Heirs and Representatives of the sd. Deceased consisting of three tracts one lying on both sides of White Water River containing 100 acres

 

 

 

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(Note: this was also written as 133 acres) more or less and one other tract lying on the waters of the Devils Fork in Pickens containing 110 Acres more or less. Given under my hand and seal the 17th Jan 1842.

 

To the above summons the consent of the following named Legatees signed their names respectively vizt. David McKinney, Jas. Roberson, Preston McKinney, Charles McKinney, Jesse McKinney, ____ McKinney.

 

No objection having been made by any of the parties interested and being directed or requested by David McKinney and Jas. Roberson to sell the said land to prevent an Action being brought on a note due and owing by decd. To Jeremiah Field and on due examination I hereby ordered and decreed that the said lands described in the foregoing summons in partition the residue of the Real Estate of the said James McKinney Senr. decd. Be sold by the sheriff of Pickens District on the first Monday of Oct next or on such other sale day as shall be most for the benefit of the parties in interest on the following terms vizt, one third of the purchase money and costs to be paid in cash and the balance on a credit of 12 months. J. H. Dendy O.P.D.

 

(In an index to this book, James McKinney was written as Major James Mckinney.)

 

North Carolina – Rowan Co. Guardian Bonds: 25 Aug 1774, James (X) McKinny appointed guardian of Sarah, Clare, Eleanor, and Henry McKinny, minor orphants of Henry McKinny, under L200 with Charles McDowell and Thomas Whitson securities.

 

North Carolina, Guilford Courthouse. The complaints which resulted in the disownment of some of the McKinney brothers from Westfield Monthly Meeting were:

 

Byron (Byrom), dancing and dressing out of plainness

 

John, drinking spirituous liquors to excess and offering to fight his fellow creatures

 

Shadrack, attending a wedding not according to discipline

 

Jesse, mustering with the militia

 

(Howard W. McKinney)

 

 

Georgia Intestate Records, Jeannette Holland Austin, 1986

 

McKenie, James, appointed guardian of Frances, Jane, Mary Ann, John G. and Harriett, orphs of John, decd, 1-7-1822, Jasper OM

 

McKinne, Ann B., decd, A. J. Miller issued L/A 4-23-1843, pd Joseph Burnett, Anthony Green, John W. Farrell, all in rt of their wives, Richmond AB

 

McKinne, Barna, decd, Ann McKinne issued L/A 5-11-1833, George W. Crawford, sec, Richmond AB

 

John McKinne, decd, Elizabeth McKinne issued L/A 5-14-1795, William J. Hobby, sec, Richmond, AB

 

McKinne, Nancy Jane, orph of Zachariah, decd, Travis McKinne, guardian, 1-21-1822, Elisha McCord and John McCord, secs, Lincoln GB

 

McKinney, David, decd, Constance Sophia and Jno McKinney L/A 1820; ch- Sarah, Mary Ann, Eliza, heirs Benja Hall (Marya's gdn), Elizabeth, Ann, Saml Wigfall (wf Sophia), Anthony Green (wf Elizabeth); pd mary Farrell, wf of J. W., Richmond, AB

 

McKinney, Eliza Ann, Robert McKinney, guardian, p 22, Screven OM

 

McKinney, Elizabeth, dec, LWT, dtd 4-3-1835, pvd 3-1836, by John A. Cloudy and Bird Cannon, names friend, John Tate Sr. (a note on Andrew Dorsey), Habersham, MIC

 

McKinney, James W., orph of William, age 15, John T. James, guardian, James M. Bledsoe, sur. 1-3-1844, Butts, GB

 

McKinney, Jane, orph of Zachariah, decd., Hardy Leverett, guardian, 1834, Mark Shipp, Wm. Wallace, secs, Lincoln GB

 

 

 

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McKinney, Kinchen, decd, John Burkhalter, admr. 3-1-1824, Moses McKinney, sur, Warren, AB

 

McKinney, Mary, acct appvd., p 133, Screven, OM

 

McKinney, Mordecai, decd, of Pendleton Dist., SC, LWT dtd 1-1825 pvd 9-1828, by Franky Cox, names wife, Elizabeth, extrx, Habersham, MIC

 

McKinney, Moses, decd, Polly McKinney offered LWT, she qualified as extrx, 2-10-1802, Warren, MIC

 

McKinney, Robert D., leave to sell lots, p 43, relieved from guardianship, Screven, OM

 

McKinney, Roger, Decd, Mary McKinney, etc. admx, p 103, Screven OM

 

McKinney, Rose, Etc., petitions to be relieved from bond, p 30, 33, Screven

 

McKinney, Thomas B., orph of Robert, decd, Travis McKinney apptd grn 9-3-1839, Wm. McKinney sec, Lincoln, GB

 

McKinney, Timothy, to pay $13.00 Screven, OM

 

McKinney, William, decd, Sarah and Roger McKinney, admrs., p 62, Screven OM

 

McKinney, William, decd, James Lambert, etc. apprs., p 62, Screven OM

 

 

McKinneys of Sherperdstown, WVA (Lee Carey)

 

Tully McKinney, d 1756, Frederick Co., VA – will probated Dec 1756

Tully McKinney, Jr. (probable), d 1807, Jefferson Co., VA mar. Mary ?, b 1755. Issue: Francis, b 1784, mar Elizabeth Stull and 2nd, Mary Ann Rhodes; Nancy; Mary, sold land, 1863, mar Wm. Or Jas. Coyle; Catherine, mar Martin Cage; Jenny; Edmund; Edward, and poss John.

Francis E. McKinney and Mrs. Elizabeth Stull Hall, widow of Jesse had issue: Tully, b ca 1807, d 24 Jul 1854; Mary J.; Harrison; Elizabeth A.; Clay; Washington.

Tully McKinney, b ca 1807, d 1854 Jefferson Co., WVA. Mar Mary Ann Lindsey, 1816-1887. Issue: Mary Catherine, 1844-1924, m 1863, Adam P. Strayer Poisal; Betty Jane, mar John W. David; Frank, mar Mame Straylman; John; James; Sam; Bettie Jane (Voorhies); Kitty, mar a Mr. Wilburn.

 

 

 

Post Mark Collector's Club, Jun 1986: George W. McKenney, was Postmaster/Clerk at the post office in North Sebago, Maine, May 21, 1901, after his appointment, the office moved to the house owned by Elizabeth Paine Sawyer. Submitted by Alice Ann McCarthy, member. Editor: Mrs. McCarthy also sent an interesting article on Post Offices in the organization of Bradford Co., PA – for loan to members from the library.

 

 

St. Tammy Parish, Louisiana Marriages:

1836 – James Kennedy, Sarah McKinney

1846 – William McKinney, Martha Cryer

1868 – Peter Provost, Sophia McKinney

1881 – James J. McKinney, Mary Daws

1883 – Charles A. McKinney, Madora L. Crawford

1883 – Martin McKinney, Martha Strode

1886 – Mat Davis, Sarah McKinney

1887 – J. H. McKinney, Alice C. Sadler

1899 – William Gillum, Ella McKinney

 

 

Shelby Co., Indiana, Marriages:

1828 – Sep 30, Robert McKinney, Lucinda Reynolds

1830 – Dec 21, John A. McKinnie, Mary H. Johnson

1830 – Aug 26, Joseph McKinney, Sarah Hollingsworth

1832 – Sep 13, John McDaniel, Sarah McKinney

1836 – Mar 9, Elisabeth McKinney, Stephen Matthews

1842 – Dec 29, James McKinney, Margaret Bivens

1846 – Jul 9, Alexander McKinney, Malvina Whitfield

1847 – Dec 20, Jesse B. Ransey, Sarah McKinney

 

 

Lincoln Co., TN Marriage:

James McKinney, Miss Tempe Rowe, Jul 11, 1823

 

 

Henry Co., IN Marriage:

Jul 27, 1840, Jacob McKinney, Elvira Berry

 

 

 

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Daniel and Collin McKinney in Virginia

 

For some time it has been apparent that much needs to be done to prove that the Daniel and Collin McKinney who located in Washington Co., VA, were the same of the name as those attributed to Mordecai McKinney's family in NJ. Mrs. Rosalie Jackson has been doing extensive research and has submitted the following information. For those who descend from this line, the dates of birth of some of the children would seem to be highly speculative. For instance, the fact that James Collin or Collin would have been only 15 or 16 years of age at the birth of his first attributed child. The included citations have not yet solved any of the outstanding questions, but it is hoped that they will help to prove/disprove some of the misinformation that researchers have been dealing with.

 

 

Virginia County Records, Vol. II, Ed., Wm. Armstrong Crozier, pub 1973

 

Virginia Colonial Militia, 1651-1776, land bounty certificates, p 15; John McKensie, Sergt, in 1st VA. Regt. until reduction of same, when he was regularly discharged. KY Co., Nov 2, 1780.

 

Hening's Statutes at large, p 63 – Wm. McKinney (associated names of John Trimble, Hugh Mackclure, Abraham Keeny, Halbart McClurr, Robert Trimble)

 

Frederick Co., Sep 1758, p 71: Thos. Speak, Captain; Patric McKenny, Henry McKenny.

 

 

Annals of Southwest Virginia, 1769-1800, Lewis Preston Summers, Abingdon, VA 1929

 

p 1073, Vol. II: This day came the parties by their Attorneys and thereupon came also a Jury (to-wit) Joseph Bates, Joseph Lock, William Blackmore, Collin McKinney, Wm. Kenady, Jonathan Langdon, Samuel Evans, Joseph Snodgrass, David Beatie, William Willoughby, Edward Stephenson and David Snodgrass.

 

p 1080 – Washington Co., VA, May 16, 1781. Ordered that Cullen McKinneys Mark for his stock which is a swallow fork in the Right Ear and a half penny in the under side of the left be Recorded.

 

p 1035 – Washington Co., VA Court, Jun 16, 1779: a jury sworn to try the Issue joined between Christopher Ocklin, Plaintiff and Alexander Breckenridge Defendant, viz . . Daniel McKinney . . returned their verdict for the defendant . .

 

p 1043 – Washington Co., VA Court, Aug 18, 1779: This day came the parties by their attorneys and thereupon came also a Jury to wit . . Daniel McKinney . . who being elected tried and sworn the truth to spake upon the Issue joined upon their oath do say that the Defendant is not guilty in manour and form, and, etc.

 

p 1047 – Washington Co., VA Court, Aug 20, 1779: Daniel McKinney, four days attendance for Henry at the suit of Ockland (Ackland).

 

p 1016 – Washington Co., VA Court, Mar 17, 1779: Ordered that George Clark, Andrew Kincannon, Daniel McKinney, being first sworn view the road from the courthouse the Nearest and ? best way to the 20 mile Creek at Mr. Newells and make report.

 

p 1266 – 10 Sep 1793, Montgomery Co., VA, Archibald McKinney, mar Susanna Bryant, by Charles Cummings.

 

14 Sep 1786, Daniel Mungle mar Abigail McKinney, by John Frost.

 

p710, Montgomery Co. Court, 5 May 1779, Juror – James Tuttle case against Nicholas Wyrick (related to Rebecca Tuttle, wife of Collin?)

 

p759, Montgomery Co., John McKinney recommended to his excellency the Governor as a proper person to serve as first lieutenant of the militia of this county – 1781.

 

p1400, Botetourt Co., John McKenny, soldier, court of 13 Nov 1771.

 

p763, Montgomery Co., court, 2 Apr 1782, John McKinney sworn as Lieutenant.

 

 

 

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 *Note* the following is included for historical accuracy, the Maze is no longer available in paper form. Marcelle is transcribing them when she has time to upload to this web page, where you can access the full text.*

 

 

Major Subject Index

 

McKinney Family Association Quarterly Newsletters

 

(Dec 1981 – Summer 1986)

 

Peter Campbell McKinney

 

 

If you appreciate this information, please thank Catherine A. Durham, a new member. She wrote to me, wanted to buy some back issues, and asked a very simple question, 'Can you send me those issues containing information and/or records of McKinneys in KY and IN? Since I had to look through each issue to answer her question, I decided to organize it and share the information with everyone.

 

 

Dec, 1981, 6 Pages, Cost to Order, $1.50:

--Various tidbits of information in KY, PA, MD, TX, IN, MA, MD, OH, NY, CA, VA, NH, CT

--List of charter members

 

Mar, 1982, 23 Pages, Cost to Order, $2.50:

--Early immigration information

--New Jersey and New York sources

--Additions and corrections to Genealogical History of Our Ancestors, by Kenneth and Anna Clay Rutherford

 

Jun, 1982, 25 Pages, Cost to Order, $2.50:

--Pennsylvania and the South

--Second Generation, David McKinney, Pennsylvania

--New England, Wills, Etc.

--The Two Williams

--Some Dutch-English Given Names

--New York Family Group

 

Fall, 1982, 27 Pages, Cost to Order, $2.50:

New Jersey information

--Virginia Marriages and miscellaneous wills

--Virginia Military District of OH, family groups

--Isle of Wight McKinneys

--John McKinney of Scott Co., VA

--Dutch-English Given Names, Equivalents

--Pennsylvania Information

--The Two Williams

 

Winter, 1982, 24 Pages, Cost to Order $2.50:

--Entire issue devoted to Virginia Research

 

Spring-Summer, 1983, 42 Pages, Cost to Order $2.50:

--Virginia information

--Marriages from Dutch Reformed Church, New Amsterdam, NY City

--Marriages from Dutch Reformed Church, New Amsterdam, NY City

--Name Index, Dec 1981 through Winter 1982 Issues (A through McKinney, Susan)

 

Summer Supplement, 1983, 13 Pages, Cost to Order, $1.50:

--Name Index continued, McKinney, Walter through Young

--Miscellaneous Information

 

 

 

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Fall, 1983, 27 Pages, Cost to Order, $2.50:

--North Carolina McKinneys

--John McKinney of Broad River, Pennsylvania and North Carolina

--John Madison McKinney Bible, North Carolina, Mississippi

--McKinney – Scoggin Family Bible

--James the Quaker, Pennsylvania, North Carolina, Virginia

--Cope Farm Cemetery Records, Ohio

--Westfield Monthly Meeting, North Carolina

--Surry County North Carolina, Deed Abstracts

--Miscellaneous North Carolina Records

--North Carolina Marriages

--Research Report, Hunterdon Genealogical Services

 

Winter, 1983, 23 Pages, Cost to Backorder, $2.00:

--John McKinney, Friedrich Gerstaecker and 'Brigadoon'

--North Carolina Information

--John McKinney of Pendleton, South Carolina

--Maryland Information

 

Spring, 1984, 35 Pages, Cost to Order, $2.50:

--the Two Williams

--North Carolina McKinneys

--Index, 1983

 

Summer, 1984, 24 Pages, Cost to Order, $2.50:

--North Carolina Information

--South Carolina Research Notes

--Shadrick McKinney of Lee Co., Virginia

--Aaron McKinney of North Carolina

--Kentucky Information

 

Fall, 1984, 21 Pages, Cost to Order, $2.50:

--South Carolina Information

--Virginia Information

--New Jersey Information

 

Winter, 1984, 23 Pages, Cost to Order, $2.50:

--New Jersey Information

--Virginia Information

--Calvert County Maryland family records

--Ohio Information

--The Two Williams

 

Spring, 1985, 42 Pages, Cost to Order, $3.50

--Genealogical Computing

--Kentucky Research and Marriages

--Name index, 1984 Issues

 

Summer, 1985, 27 Pages, Cost to Order, $2.50:

--Kentucky Marriages, land grants, deeds, cemetery records

--Descendants of Pierre Chastain, Virginia and South Carolina

 

 

 

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Fall, 1985, 22 Pages, Cost to Order, $2.50:

--Kentucky Marriages in Wayne County, census records, miscellaneous notes

--Kentucky Records, marriages 1795-1865

--Virginia Information

--Maryland McKinneys

 

Winter, 1985, 20 Pages, Cost to Order $2.50:

--Kentucky Information

--Tennessee Information

--Mordecai McKinney II

--Josiah McKinne Family of Pennsylvania and Ohio

 

Spring, 1986, 36 Pages, Cost to Order, $2.50:

--Tennessee Information

--Lee County Virginia Notes

--Josiah McKinney Family, Continued

--Name Index, 1985 Issues

 

Summer, 1986, 36 Pages, Cost to Order, $3.500:

--Josiah McKinnie Family, Continued

--Shadrack McKinney of Lee County, Virginia

--Alabama Information

--Georgia

--Mississippi, Louisiana Notes

--Ohio Information

 

Note: Back issues are sold at actual cost to reprint plus $.54 cents postage; thus, cost of similar size issues will vary.

 

 

 

Research Help

Marta Metcalf, RG

Southern States, Lineages

1507 Hickory Valley Road, #154

Chattanooga, TN 37421

 

 

Custer, Custard, Kuster, Kester, Caster, Castor

The News Caster

Published by the Castor Family Association

Quarterly, $10.00 per Calendar Year

Mr. Charles E. Scholer

2103 Plantation Drive

Richmond, TX 77469

 

 

Archives?

Need help in Federal Archives Research? Will search in Kansas City, MO Federal Archives. Member, Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society, experienced genealogist. Write for details, SASE requested.

 

Mr. Ronald Walker

608 East 61st Terrance

Kansas City, MO 64110

 

 

The K.A.R.D. Files, Genealogical Publications & Research

Karow, Adamson, Rubidoux, Dye Newsletters

John and Judy Dye

East 2018 Marietta

Spokane, Washington 99207

Write for Information, SASE, Please

 

 

 

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**** Announcing the Greatly Expanded 1987 Computer Project ****

 

 

--All data must be received by Dec 31, 1986

 

--Each McKinney Family Association Member may submit up to ten (10) index cards: Size 3 X 5

 

--Submit your cards on any 10 people you are researching

 

--If all members send ten 3 X 5 index cards, we will have about 20 pages of information and 1500 entries

 

--Mailed free to those MFA Members who have a $15.00 membership

 

--Cost to all others will be $5.00: Submit cards even if you do not want a copy

 

--Information on each 3 X 5 card should be as follows:

 

 

Name: Maximum of 26 spaces; last name first

Birth year: Maximum of 5 spaces; example – c1809

Birth place: Maximum of 18 spaces

Marriage year: Maximum of 5 spaces

Spouse: Maximum of 26 spaces; last name first

Death year: Maximum of 5 spaces

Death place: Maximum of 18 spaces

Name of MFA Member submitting information

 

 

A completed 3 X 5 index card might look like this:

 

 

N: Abbott, Francis Adelaide

B: 1842

BP: Vernon, CT

M: 1861

SP: McKinney, Abraham Smith Jr

D: 1921

DP: El Paso, IL

 

Submitted by: Peter Campbell McKinney

 

 

Example of finished product follows: