The McKinney Maze

Vol III #4

 

Winter 1984

 

ISSN 0736-2420

 

 

Newsletter of the McKinney Family Association

 

 

CONTENTS

 

 

Editor's Notes

 

Additions to New Jersey Chronology

 

Miscellaneous Research - Virginia

 

Calvert Co., Maryland – Family Records

 

Ohio Extractions

 

Ahnentafels

 

The Two Williams

 

Questions, Questions, Questions

 

News & Notes

 

 

 

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 data.  To assist and instruct in genealogical research and to publish private and public records and educational articles. Bylaws and Constitution adopted October 1981.

 

Granted Non-Profit Incorporation, May 3, 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

Rosalie Jackson, Registrar – Treasurer

Alice McKinney Fisher, Pedigree & Ancestry Project

Mary McKinney, Librarian, Periodical Chairman

Wilma Cook, Indexing

                                   

                                   

 

The Editor is not responsible for the errors of submitted materials, and all such material will be filed in the Association archives and Library Collection.  Library materials and donations for research are tax-deductible.

 

 

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From the Editor's Notes

 

The Association officers have decided to add to our McKinney Library with books that can be loaned to the membership.  An updated list of books available is given elsewhere in the quarterly.  Our aim is to be able to furnish books not available in many libraries, books of general and specific interest to our research needs.  Please take advantage of our loan program, it is cost-free.  We ask only that you reimburse the association for the cost of shipping and the mailing container (jiffy bags are available at most Post Offices at a minimal charge). 

 

This issue of the quarterly will complete our third year and I think that we have all earned a 'pat on the back' for the manuscripts and information that members have contributed to each issue.  We will complete the NC, SC and related materials, along with some submitted materials concerning other areas, as well as adding to the chronology of NJ material.  All manuscripts are appreciated in our quest for McKinney information, but may we please suggest that photocopies of the original material are always appreciated.  We strive for accuracy in the information presented.

 

Our apologies are given for the ten-generation chart included in the last issue.  I managed to type only nine generations on the form.  When these are expended, the form will be re-issued, with all ten generations on it.

 

 

Additions to New Jersey Chronology – (Extractions only)

 

1718    Earmark, John Macklenses (?) (Stillwell, Vol I)

1651    Earmark, Abraham Prall

1749    Marriage, Jun 3, Christ Church, Shrewsbury (Monmouth), Johannes M'Cine and Ann Chambers, both of Shrewsbury (Surname changed to M'Line in corrections).

1706    Census, Staten Island, shows no McKinneys and variants in either, census, tax records or Dutch Reformed Church Records (eliminating some theories advanced by researchers).

1735    Johannes Sebring (Yohannis), witnesses marriage of Phillip Edwards and Elizabeth Eatton, both of Shrewsbury, at Shrewsbury Friends Meeting, 4th day, 6th month.  Other witnesses included John, Samuel and William Scott.  Shrewbury NJ Friends Records.

1800    'Mordecai's Gap' (Watchung Mountains) now renamed Wayne's Gap ÒStillman, p 343-signal fire 1775, on the highest part of the mountain at Mordecai's Gap alias Wayne's Gap'.

1754    Jacob McKinney mar Neltje Dirck, 5 May, Hunterdon Co. (LDS Archives)

1771    Catherine McKinney b 16 Oct, Hunterdon Co. (LDS Archives)

1728    Cornelius McKinney christened, Hunterdon Co. (LDS Archives)

1797    Elizabeth McKinney m John Bodenhanmer, 20 Apr, Sussex Co. (LDS Arrchives)

1798    Jane McKinney m Emmanuel Newman, 12 Nov, Sussex Co. (LDS Archives)

1729    Mary dau of Mordecai and Maria McKinney, b Lebanon, Hunterdon Co. (LDS Archives, sub 1952)

 

 

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1807    Mary McKinney m Edward Emmins, 2 Feb 1807, Sussex

1806    Patrick McKinney m Sarah Brown, 27 Apr, Hunterdon

1809    Robert McKinney m Elizabeth Chaney, 10 May, Sussex

1837    Sarah McKinney m Aaron Stackhouse, 16 Dec 1837, Sussex

1840    Sarah McKinney m Richard Rounsavelle, 9 Jul, Hunterdon

1796    Vincent McKinney m Mabel King, 18 Apr, Salem

1800    William McKinney m Catherine Young, 27 Jan, Sussex

1824    William McKinney m Mary Winters, Sussex

1837    William McKinney m Eliza Laurence, Sussex

1846    William McKinney m Susan Masters, Sussex

1728    John McKenney witnessed will of John Young who lived in Billingsport, names wife Elizabeth Young, dau Catherine, Gloucester Co Wills

1691    Eight towns of East Jersey were ordered to raise men in defense of Albany

1713    Wm. Ilsley (David McKinney of Piscataway) and David Dunham, inhabitants of Middlesex, complained to the House of Representatives of NJ of fraud in recent election.  David Macany was in Woodbridge in 1669.  In 1670 his name was shown as MacAnany in land records.

1714    Johannes Sebering was in East Jersey prior to this date with a John MacKenny and David McKenzie.

1699    Daniel Seabring and Jerome Van Est of the county of Somerset, purchased 2050 acres of land from Joseph Kirkbride of the county of Bucks in PA situated near Amwell and on the southern branch of Rarington River (became Readington Twp., Jul 1730).

1732    John McKinney, witnessed will of John Sebern/Severn (Sebering?), in Bedminster, Somerset Co.

 

Warren Co. Burials, Presbyterian Cemetery:

John Kiney d 11 Dec 1825, age 55.11.10

Wife, Elizabeth d 29 Jul 1838, age 69.5.28

Peter Kinney d 27 Jun 1826, age 63

Wife Anne d 4 Apr 1825 in her 60th year

 

Arthur McKennni, young man born in Ireland and Elizabeth Dekker born in Shawwangunk (Kingston, NY), both resided there, banns registered 13 Oct 1745, certificate given.

 

Lands awarded to Revolutionary soldiers, Ensign John Kinney of NJ (Lancaster, PA) 1776.

 

 

Miscellaneous Research Citations – Virginia

 

Nicholas Co., VA 1850 (Now WVA), Martha McKinney of Nicholas Co died Nov 1878 at McKinney's Mill in Ripley Co., MO.  Wife of Judge Thomas A. McKinney, she was 35 years of age at her death.

 

Captain Gist's Regiment, VA Revolutionary Soldiers, Joseph Kinney, Dennis McKinney, Edward McKenney, Daniel McKinney, John McKinney, John McKenney.

 

 

VA Land Grants: 

John McKenny, 27 Aug 1770, 118 acres, Brunswick Co.

 

 

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John McKenny, 25 May 1741, 94 acres, Prince William Co

Morgan McKenny, 16 Aug 1756, 200 acres, New Brunswick

Morgan Mackinne, 17 Aug 1720, 150 acres, Prince George

Thomas Makenny, 16 Ag 1756, 200 acres, Albemarle

Thomas McKenny, 1 Jun 1750, 400 acres, Lunenburg

John McKenny, 3 Mar 1760, 741 acres, Albemarle

VA military lands, 1753, 1758, 1774 – grantees,

Henry and Patrick McKenney of Frederick Co., and William McKinney of Augusta Co.

 

 

Marriages of Montgomery and Fincastle Counties

Joseph McKinney and Elizabeth Copley, dau of Thomas, mar 20 Dec 1791

Lampkin McKinney, Sarah Copley, 7 Aug 1787, James Heavins, surety

 

Marriages of Henry Co., VA

Kinney McKinney and Phebe Hensley, 19 Oct 1797

Elender McKenney of Westmoreland and John Kirk, 9 Apr 1790

1797, John McKinney, Elizabeth Smith of Spotsylvania

1783, James Okley, Janet Mackiney of Henry

1798, James Richason, Susanna McKenny, Spotsylvania

1782, June 18, Mary McKenny of Henry and Kewkin Vaughn

1814, Francis McKinney, Mary Hawley, dau of Peter, 5th Mar (of Fincastle Co)

 

Harrison Co., WVA

Alex McKiney and Margaret McKinney, 22 Apr 1845

 

VA Tax Records (Genealogical Publishing Co., 1982)

Travis McKinne, 1768 Amelia Co., Capt. Winn's poll

Francis McKinne, 1768, Capt. Robert Mumford's poll

Wm. McKinney, Drury Stith's Poll, 1748, Brunswick Co.

Wm. McKinney, 1748, Brunswick Co., Sterling Clack's Poll

1783, Carolina Co., James McKinney, 1 male over 21, 3 blacks, 4 cattle

James McKenney, 1758, Thomas Calloway's District, Orange Co.

Westmoreland Co., George M'Kenny, Nanny M'Kenny, Garrard M'Kenny, Daniel M'Kenny

1704 New Kent Co., quit rents, Elizabeth Mackeny

 

Soldiers of the VA line without Bounty Land filed in Indianapolis, IN.

1835 – Docket 44

William Ballard, soldier, infantry; Henry Byram, soldier, infantry; Thomas Ballard Jr., infantry; Dennis McKinney, infantry; Richard M'Kenney, inf.; John McKenny, drummer; John McKenney, soldier, infantry; Alexander McKenny, cavalry; John McKinney, soldier, infantry; James M'Kinny, soldier, inf.; Thomas McCinnie, soldier, infantry.

 

Spotsylvania Records:

1773, John McKinney witnessed sale of land to John Rogers

1779, John McKinney of Fredericksburg bought 175 acres of land from George and Susanna Moor

1780, John and Mary McKenny sold land to Wm. Moore, 175 acres

          Thomas McKenney bought 115 acres of ÒNewland' from Robert Gaines Beverly

 

 

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Wills / Administrations, Elizabeth City Co., VA; Francis McKenny, Apr 10, 1783, witness to will of Wm. Thompson of Naury in the Co of Aunagh, merchant.  Will proved Aug 26, 1824.

 

Charlotte Co., 1778, John Clayton of Charlotte and Nathaniel Manson of Halifax, sold land to Charles McKennie of Charlotte.  P70 – 72 acres of land on Great Cub Creek, adj. to McKinnis line, witnesses Thos. McKennee, Stephen McKenney, recorded 29 May 1778

 

1 Nov 1784, Charles McKinnie Sr. of Cornwall Parish, Charlotte Co to Charles McKennee, Jr., 200 acres adj to Hannah Marshall.  Witness, Stephen McKinnie, Josiah McKinnie, John Henry

 

23 Feb 1787, William McKinney sold to Abraham Martin, 40 acres adj to Wm. Williams and Leroy Lambert, William McKinney, wit, Richard Lipscombe

 

17 Mar 1801, will probated May 1801 of George McKeney.  Names son George, daus Jenny (Stanford), Leticia, wife Elisabeth, 3 younger children, Demsy, Polly, Fanny, children of son Jarrot and dau Fanny and McKeney's dau Catey

 

1819, Demsey witnessed will of Herbert Peebles

 

1796, WVA will of Edward McKinney, Feb 22, lists John McKinney

 

 

Brunswick Co., VA, Will Book No. 5 (1778-1795), pp 573-574, John McKinney (Copied by Pauline Biggs McKinney)

In the name of God Amen I John MacKenney of Brunswick Co being of low and weak, but of a perfect mind thanks be to Almighty God do make and ordain this my last will and testament in manner and from following that is to say - - Imprimis I give and bequeath unto my son, William MacKenny, all that tract of Land on which I now live to him and his heirs forever - - Item give and bequeath unto my granddaughter Jenny MacKenny one feather bed and furniture to her and her heirs forever - - Item it is my Will and desire that all the rest of my estate be equally divided among my five children (to wit) Sarah Johnson; Nancy Camp; John MacKenny; Charles MacKenny; Charles MacKenny; and Susanna Afslin lastly I constitute my son William MacKenny and William Johnson Executors to this my last will and Testament.  I further desire that no inventory or appraisement be taken of my estate nor that my executors give neither bond nor security for performance of their trust and that they be impowered to make division as above as soon after my decease as they judge necessary.  In witness I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 29th day of Nov 1792.

            (Signed and Sealed in Presents)                 John MacKenny (seal)

            (Benjamin Johnson, John Johnson, Littlebury Johnson, Brunswick Co Court, Feb 23, 1795)

 

Probate was ack'd. in Brunswick Court and a bond of 500£ was given.

 

Spotsylvania Co., VA, 6 May 1765:  Indenture between Mordecai Redd of Spots., carpenter and housejoiner and John McKinney, son of Alexander McKinney, dec'd., McKinney apprenticed.  Signed Mordecai Redd, John W. McKenney and witnessed by John Battaley.

 

 

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Lunenberg Co., 7 Nov 1752:  Israel Brown of Lunenberg, land to James Mackinney of Lunen., 24p, land north side of Flatt Rock Creek, adj to Edloes corner, John Rachels corner.  Witness, John Williams, Robert Stokes, Robert Wooding, signed Israel Brown and Anne Brown.

 

 

Scott Co., VA Marriages:

Jesse Ramey, Sarah McKinney, 9 Jan 1817

David Hambleton, Lydia McKinney, 9 Mar 1822

Nancy Hall, Peter McKinney, 6 Aug 1832

Agness McKinney, Abraham Watson, 29 Mar 1834

Sarah McKinney, Allen Carter, 25 Jul 1836

James McKinney, Mary Whitely, 3 Aug 1837

Louisa McKinny, James M. Young, 2 Sep 1841

David McKinney, Eliza M. Manson, 30 Jul 1844

Michael McKinney, Sarah Brown, 6 Apr 1851

Alexander McKinney 25, and Emily Nickels 21, dau of Elizabeth Johnson, m Jul 26, 1871.  Alex son of Hannah McKinney

Nancy McKinney 19, b Sullivan Co., TN and James Smith 20, b Russell Co., VA m Jun 15, 1854.  James son of John and Tabitha; Nancy dau of Charles and Viney McKinney.

Mary McKiney 21 of Scott and Thomas B. Kilgore of Scott, Jun 23, 1864; Mary dau of James and Mary McKinney.  Thomas son of Robert and Elizabeth.

 

 

VA court, Jul 1779.  Ordered relief for Roland McKenny, 20, son of John in Continental Army.  Relief should be $20 in Elk Creek district, Montgomery Co., Sep 1782.  John McKinney was lt. of militia.

 

Frederick Co., Wills, Inventories and Administrations.  Peter MacKenny estate administered by George Johnson, 4.3.1747 (1743-1800)

 

Russell Co. Will:  James McKinney, proved Aug 5 1816, wife, Elizabeth.  Children:  James, John, Wm., Daniel, Charles, Louisa, 4 unnamed daus.  Executor, Wm. McKenney, John Smyth, Henry Engle, John Watson

Will Book B, probated 2 Jul 1822.

 

History of Ritchie Co., WVA, (Minnie Kendall Lowther, 1911)  The McKinneys were dispossessed by William Mckinney (the Nutters) who purchased a tract of three thousand, nine hundred, twenty acres in this section in the vicinity of Cairo, of Mathias Mattenly, for the small sum of $8040.  Afterwards, he bought another tract of 1080 acres and after giving each one of his children a large farm, he sold the remainder to a colony of Scottish settlers who came later.

 

Mr. McKinney came from the Keystone State with his wife and large family of children, and founded his home where his late grandson, Jacob McKinney, resided until his death.  He figured prominently in the early history of the county both in church and state affairs, and for a number of years after his coming, this was now known as McKinney settlement, the former name Egypt, being gradually dropped.  He was born of English parentage in Lycoming Co., Eastern PA, 4 Sep 1760, the son of William and Hannah McKinney and was next

 

 

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To the youngest member of a family of six; Sarah who married a Mr. Haggarty, Jemima, Jacob, John and Cathrine.  Though so young, he served as an American soldier in the latter part of the Revolution on Jul 1789 was married to Miss Frances Piatt and from this time his home was at White River Valley on the Susquehannah River.  Their children were as follows:  William, john Piatt, Jacob, Hannah (Joseph Marshall), Jane (Edward Skelton), David, and Cathrine, twins (David McGregor, Sarah (Richard Wanless) and James.

 

James McKinney, Aug 15, 1816 names wife Elizabeth and children James, John, William, Daniel, Charles, Louise, four other daus not named.

 

 

Some Family Groups, Researched and Submitted by Rosalie Jackson

 

John McKinney Sr., 13th Reg., VA Romey's Troops, Revolutionary War b Fauquier Co., VA

M Mary ____, 2nd husband, Benjamin Fletcher ?

Will probated 22 Jun 1795, location unk

Children:

Francis b Fauquier Co., m Elizabeth ?, d 29 Aug 1829; bought land in Estill Co., KY from Joseph and Betsey Fowler; 90 acres on Statton Camp 14 Jun 1810, also lived in Hampshire Co., VA

 

John Jr., m Elizabeth Coleman, d 1800 Clark Co., KY, d 1800 at Murdy Creek, Madison Co., KY (killed by Indians)

Issue:

Wildey Evermont b 3 Mar 1784 VA, m Elizabeth Jane Matthews day of Peter b 1768, d 1822?, 2nd Mary Scherer, 1825, d 7 Jun 1852, Estill Co., KY.  Wildey had issue David Robert (b 1803 d 1877), m Luanna Sharp, Lucy b 1805, m Jun 1824 James Filey, William b 1809 Estill Co., m Nancy McPherson, Estill Co.

 

Wildey Evermont sold land to Fields and Maloney of Clark Co., KY, Estill Co. Deed Book E p97.  Taken from Mormon Records of Clarence G. Hogan, Sandy, Utah.  (Further generations of this family are available for those researching this line, contact the Editor)

 

 

Item taken from the Central Coast Genealogy Society (California), telling of the travels and incidents of the Day and Linville wagon train from Gentry Co., MO to Santa Rosa, CA 17 May 1855 to 11 Oct 1855.

 

Thursday, Jul 19th, road forks, left hand, Salt Lake Road, right hand, 18 miles, forks again, took left hand, 8 miles, come to Green River, camped in the bottom on the east side.  Wood, water, grass plenty, country level, road good.  Killed a wolf and a badger.  Wyoming.

 

N.B. at the 8 mile fork, the left hand is McKinneys cut off, the right, Davis cut off.  McKinneys is some the nearest to Grand River.  Tuesday, lost two of A. J. Linville's yearlings.

 

 

Calvert Co., Maryland, Family Records, 1670-1929, Submitted by Cheryl Taylor, Blanchester, OH.

 

Christ Church Register

Alexander MacKenney and Miss Catherine Plunkett 4 Sep 1700

John MacKinnie and Miss Mary Kershaw, 28 Dec 1777, Rev Francis Loudon

 

Alexander McKinney, wife Margaret, issue

John son b 23 Nov 1787

Priscilla, dau, b 28 Mar 1791

Dorcas, dau, b 15 Feb 1794

 

 

 

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Ohio Extractions, Cheryl Taylor, Blanchester, OH

 

Early OH Tax Records, 1810 Adams Co., William McKinney

 

Supreme Court Record, Scioto Co. Courthouse records Room, p 275 . .  Elizabeth McKinney vs Solomon McKinney, divorced 23 Apr 1818.  Solomon guilty of adultery.  Their children, Washington, aged 3 yrs. And William aged about 18 months, committed to care of Elizabeth.

 

Resident Duplicate for Scioto Co. 1810, Daniel McKenny Sr. 1809 at Turkey Creek, original owner, Jno. Beasley.  2 dollars, 12 cents, 2 mills.

 

Daniel McKinney Sr., will, Scioto Co . .  written 13 Apr 1812.  Wife, mary, sons Solomon, William, Thomas Berry Theodore, Daniel.  First wife's daus Tishe and Seleh McKinney, 2nd wife's dau Cynthiua.  Land in OH and KY.

 

Scioto Co. Deaths, 1856-1908 . .  George W. McKinney, Nile Twp., d 2 Jun 1884 of consumption. 

John McKinney, B and D, OH, d 3 Oct 1903 at 75 yrs, blood poison Rachel McKinney, Friendship Twp., d 5 Mar 1900 at 86.9.11, old age

 

History of Scioto Co. (Evans), Nile Twp., George McKinney, early pioneer; Daniel McKinney in Madison Twp., early pioneer, b PA 1744, State Rep. 1809-1812 (also resided in Nile Twp).  Adams and Scioto Co. were one until at statehood in 1803, they were divided.  Nile Twp. Lies on the OH River and forms part of the Western boundary of Adams Co.

 

 

Scioto Co. Marriages, Book A, 1804-1840

P47      John McKinney, Belinda Cooper, 3 Sep 1819, David Mitchell, JP

47        William McKinney, Haniah Hutton, 28 Oct 1819, David Mitchell, JP

84        Solomon McKinney, Ruth Bayly, 5 Nov 1824, Reuben Waite, JP

288      Daniel McKinney, Caty Simpson, 25 Jun 1808, Thos. Walling (?)

311      Solomon McKinney, Elizabeth Green, 11 Jul 1811, Danl. McKinney, JP

331      George Mckinney Jr., Harriet Burriss, 11 Feb 1813, N. Byes, JP

80        Nancy McKinney, Martin Zornes, 25 Mar 1824, Thomas Cole, JP

84        Elizabeth McKinney, Jacob VanBever, 4 Nov 1824, Thomas Collier, JP

86        Mary McKinney, John McBride, 8 Feb 1825, Thomas Collier, JP

90        Cyntha McKinney, Jacob Bennett, 16 Jun 1825, F. R. Wood, JP

213      Harriet McKinney, Aaron Hall, 24 Dec 1835, Jeremiah Piles, JP

289      Polly McKinney, Robert Ward, 10 Jul 1808, John Brown, JP

324      Mary McKinney, John Lovell, 8 Feb 1813

 

 

Affidavits

Solomon McKinney, Elizabeth Green, 11 Jul 1811

George McKinney Jr., Harriet Burriss, 3 Feb 1813

John Lovell, Mary McKinney, 7 Jan 1813

William McKinney, Alaniah Hutton, 20 Oct 1819

John McKinney, Belinda Cooper, 31 Aug 1819

Solomon Mckinney, Ruth Bailey, 5 Nov 1824

 

 

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George W. McKinney, Rachel Cole, 20 Sep 1839

George W. McKinney, Mary Ann Wilcoxon, 26 Aug 1840, no marriage record found

 

 

Squires Cemetery, Scioto Co., ½ mile North of Milford, just to the left of SE 335

L. D. McKinney b Jun 17, 1816, d Dec 8, 1904)

Wife, Icybinda, b Feb 26, 1819, d Jun 29, 1886)   one large stone

Daniel McKinney, b May 17, 1787, d Jun 3, 1831)

Wife, Catherine, b Feb 9, 1787, d Sep 4, 1875)   one large stone

Thomas H. McKinney, Sep 2, 1886

John C. McKinney, d Oct 5, 1853, aged 1 yr 6 mo 8 da, children of C. and R. McKinney (same stone, other side, name broken off top), d Oct 18, 1863, aged 16 yr 1 mo 1 da

 

Friendship Cemetery, Nile Twp.

Ollivia McKinney, consort of William d Oct 8, 1839

 

 

Material from the Hurst Genealogical Exchange, Volume VII, No 4, Jul 1983

 

Elizabeth McKinney m 10 Jan 1869 to John E. Hurst (John b May 1842, d 4 Nov 1912) John the son of Pleasant Hurst, b 1804 in Surry Co., NC and Margaret A. Posey.  Pleasant Hurst, son of George Hurst 1758-1844

 

William McKinney m Serena C. Breeden, b 1844 in Green Co., MO, Serena the dau of Russell Breeden b 1807 Lee Co., VA, d 1876 Green Co., MO and wife, Delaney Brooks.  Russell, the son of Jeremiah Breeden and Elizabeth Hurst.  Elizabeth Hurst 1770 VA, 1834 IN, the dau of John 'Milldreek' Hurst and Nancy Nunn.

 

Celia McKinney m 1813, Russell Co., VA, to Elisha Hurst, b 1791 Russell Co., d before 1852 in IL.  Elisha the son of Henry C. Hurst, b VA, d 1844 Morgan Co., KY and Elizabeth Keyser.  Henry C. Hurst, son of John, and Nancy Nunn.

 

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Ahnentafels

 

Lineage of Mary K. Hubbard, NJ

 

1.         Mary Katherine Schroeder, b 3 Sep 1934 Colby Co., KS, m 27 Aug 1955 in Colby, Robert Mack Hubbard, b 17 Jun 1932, Crab Orchard, KY

2.         John Henry Schroeder, b 22 Jul 1892 Thomas Co., KS, m 5 Jun 1916, Colby KS

3.         Frances McKinney, b 17 Apr 1895, Chicago, Cook Co., IL, d 15 Mar 1954, Colby

4.         Nicholas Schroeder, b 16 Dec 1862, Danschendorf, Germany, d 7 Sep 1936, Colby m 15 Oct 1883, Thomas Co., KS

5.         Julianna Amelia Lau, b 9 Nov 1871, Esh, Germany, d 6 Nov 1938, Colby, KS

6.         Williamson McKinney, b 24 Feb 1851, Brown Co., IN, d 12 Sep 1926, Menlo, KS m 25 Feb 1877, Shelbyville, IL

7.         Sara Luella Adams, b 12 Dec 1860, Moultrie Co., IL, d 4 May 1927, Colby, KS

8.         Heinrich Schroeder, b 11 Nov 1830, Fahmain, Germany, d 7 May 1910, Thomas Co., KS, m ?

9.         Katherine LaFrenz, b 14 Aug 1834, Fahmain, Ger., d 17 Feb 1905, Thomas Co., KS

 

 

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10.       Johanne Claus Lau, b 15 Apr 1837, Ger., d 5 May 1907, Thomas Co. m 1860

11.       Margaret Reimers, b 16 Apr 1837, Ger., d 27 Dec 1915, Thomas Co., KS

12.       Daniel McKinney, b 1 May 1822, Jackson Co., IN, d 22 Apr 1890, Halford, KS m 20 Sep 1840, Brown Co., IN

13.       Jane Henderson, b 22 Apr 1825, Leesville, IN, d 1 Jun 1909, Halford, KS

14.       Samuel W. Adams, b 28 May 1810, NY or IL, d 12 Nov 1873, Shelbyville, IL, m 8 Feb 1853, York, Clark Co., IL

15.       Amanda Sackrider, b 27 Jul 1832, Crawford Co., IL, d Aft 1900

16.       Nicholas h. Schroeder

17.       Anna E. (Donner?)

18.       Philip LeFrenz

19.       Elizabeth Donner

20.       Claus Lau, b 1811, d 1900

21.       Katherine Funk

22.       Jacob Reimers

23.       Anna Vanduison

24.       John D. McKinney, b 9 May 1788, Washington Co., PA, d 30 Dec 1863, Vermillion co., IL, m 5 Feb 1818, Bullitt Co., KY

25.       Elizabeth Mullis, b 1793 or 1799 TN

26.       Robert Henderson, b 14 Feb 1795, Montgomery Co., VA, d 2 Apr 1885, Brown Co., IN, m 1820, Leesville, IN

27.       Elizabeth Taggard, b 2 Nov 1798, d 1 Oct 1825

30.       Solomon Sackrider, b 1800-1809, Hustonville, IL, d bef 1850, m 12 Jan 1828, Crawford Co., IL

31.       Melinda Hill, b ca 1817, d aft 1850

32.       Jergen H. Schroeder

33.       Margareta Rauerton

48.       Daniel McKinney, b Ireland, d ? Aug 1812, Scioto Co., OH, m ca 1783, PA

49.       Permelia Douthitt, b Germany?, d 1834-1836, KY

50.       James (John) Mullis

51.       Geriah Barnes

52.       Joseph Henderson, b 1770, Montgomery Co., VA d 7 ?, m 4 Mar 1794, Botetourt Co., VA

53.       Jane McGee, b VA, d 1835

54.       James Taggart, b 12 Dec 1774, NC, d 13 Feb 1852, Brown Co., IN, m 1798, Carrabus Co., NC

55.       Rachel Peterson, b 13 Jul 1773, TN d 29 Mar 1844, Brown Co., IN

60.       John Sackrider, b 6 Jan 1783, NY d 8 Oct 1851, Crawford Co., IL, m 21 Dec 1803, Halfmoon, NY

61.       Mary Wood, b ca 1783 MA, d 30 Aug 1855, Crawford Co., IL

62.       John Hill, b 26 Dec 1755, Randolph Co., NC, d 1 Sep 1849, Crawford Co., IL m ca 1787

63.       Rachel Sargent, b 29 Jun 1773, NC, d 3 Oct 1863, Crawford Co., IL

104.     John Henderson, b 1732, Augusta Co., VA d 1813, Montgomery Co., VA m ca 1769

105.     Mary Downard, b ca 1750, d (will) Jun 1834, Montgomery Co.

106.     Robert McGee, b Ulster, Ireland, d 1815, m. ?

107.     Jane ____

108.     John Taggart, b Ireland, d prob NC

110.     William Peterson

 

 

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120.     Solomon Sackrider, b 24 Oct 1748, Dutchess Co., NY, d 14 Sep 1825, m. 1773 Dutchess Co., NY

121.     Mary Ogden

122.     Peleg Wood, b ca 1756 Dartmouth, MA, d 1785-92, Jerusalem, PennYam, NY m 16 Apr 1778, Dartmouth

123.     Lydia Allen, b ?, d 1835-36, Jerusalem, NY

140.     Joh. Christian Sackrider, b 1707, Strassbourg, Alsace-Lorraine, d 21 Jul 1774, Fishkill, Dutchess Co., NY

141.     Bertha Knapp, d 15 Jul 1793, prob. Fishkill

144.     Thomas Wood, b 12 apr 1736, little Compton RI, d ?, m 7 Jun 1755, Dartmouth, MA

145.     Wait Tripp, b 26 May 1731

146.     Joseph Allen, b 27 Apr 1704, Dartmouth, d 1782, m 12 Jul, 1747, Dartmouth

147.     Martha case Potter, b 27 Mar 1722, d aft 1782

280.     Christian Sackrider

288.     John Wood, b 16 Apr 1707, Little Compton, RI d 1789, m 7 May 1730

289.     Mary Burgess, b 18 Sep 1712

290.     Francis Tripp, b 3 Jun 1705 Dartmouth, d bef 1 Mar 1779, m 29 apr 1725

291.     Waitstill Chase, b 24 Apr 1708, Swansea, MA, d Bef 1756

292.     Joseph Allen, b 4 Mar 1668, d 31 Jan 1734, 5, Dartmouth, MA, m ca 1698

293.     Rachel

294.     Isaac Case, b 19 Aug 1688, Little Compton RI, d 1772 Dartmouth MA

295.     Alice

576.     Thomas Wood, b 1666, d 10 May 1729, Little Compton, m 1690

577.     Content Thurston, b Jun 1667, Newport RI

578.     Thomas Burgess, b 1668, d 1 Jul 1743, m 24 Oct 1707

579.     Martha Wilbour, b 20 Aug 1684

580.     James Francis Tripp, b ca 1656, d 30 May 1730, Dartmouth MA, m 12 Jun 1702, Portsmouth, RI

581.     Elizabeth Cudworth, b 4 Mar 1672, Scituate, MA

582.     Isaac Chase, b 1682, Dartmouth, MA d 1760, Swansea, MA, m. 10 Feb 1704, 5, Salem, MA

583.     Elizabeth Blethem, b 29 Aug 1680, Salem, MA

584.     Joseph Allen, d 1704, Dartmouth, MA m Jul 1662

585.     Sarah Holley (Holway)

588.     James Case, b 1660

589.     Anna (Hannah)

 

1152.   John Wood, b 1620, d 26 Aug 1704, Little Compton, RI

1153.   Mary Peabody

1154    Edward Thurston, b 1617, d 1 Mar 1707, Newport, RI, m Jun 1647

1155.   Elizabeth Mott, b 1629, d 2 Sep 1694

1156.   John Burgess, d 1701, m 8 Sep 1657

1157.   Mary Worden, b 1639, d 1723

1158.   Joseph Wilbour, b 1656, d 4 May 1729, m 1683

1159.   Anna Brownell, b 1662, d 2 Apr 1747

1160.   Hon. John Tripp, b 1610, d 1678, Portsmouth, RI

1161.   Mary Paine

1162.   Capt. James Cudworth, b 1635, Scituate, MA d 1697, m 1664, 5

1163.   Mary Howland, d 1699

1164.   William Chase, b 1645, Yarmouth, MA d 1737, Yarmouth, MA

1165.   Hannah Sherman, b Feb 1647, Portsmouth, RI d Bef 1733

1166.   John Blethen, d Between 8 Nov 1704 and Feb 19 1705, m 10 May 1672, 4, Salem, MA

1167.   Jane Marks (Lemarcon)

1168.   Ralph Allen b ca 1615, d 1698, m ca 1638

1169.   Susanne

1170.   Joseph Holley (Holway)

1176.   William Case, d bef 1676, Newport

1177.   Mary, d aft 1680, Newport

2304.   John Wood, d 1655, Portsmouth, RI

2305.   Elizabeth

2306.   John Peabody

2307.   Dorothy Tooley

2310.   Adam Mott, b 1596 England, d 1661, Portsmouth, RI

2312.   Thomas Burgess, b 1623, d 13 Feb 1685, Sandwich, MA

2313.   Dorothy, d 27 Feb 1687

2314.   Peter Worden

2315.   Mary Sears

2316.   William Wilbor, b 1630, d 1710, Tiverton, RI m 1653

2317.   Martha

2318.   Thomas Brownell, d ca 1665, m 20 Mar 1637, London, England

2319.   Ann Bourne. d aft 1665

2320.   John Tripp of Northumberland, England

2321.   Isabel Moses

2322.   Anthony Paine

2323.   Rose

2324.   Gen. James Cudworth, b 1604, Allen, Somerset, England

2325.   Goodma

2326.   Henry Howland

2327.   Mary Newland

2328.   William Chase, b ca 1627, Eng., d 27 Feb 1684, 5, Yarmouth, MA

2330.   Philip Sherman, b 5 Feb 1610, Dedham, Eng., m 1633, Roxbury, MA

2331.   Sarah Odding

2336.   George Allen, Salford, Eng., d 1648

2337.   Catherine Starkes

4628.   Peter Worden, b ca 1569, d 1638, Yarmouth, MA

4632.   Samuel Wilbore, d 24 Jul 1656, m England

4633.   Ann Bradford

4636.   Robert Brownell, or Parish of Rawmarsh, Ryecroft, West riding, Yorks, m 1605, Sheffield Co., York, Eng.

4637.   Mary Wilson

4648.   Rev. Ralph Cudworth, b shortly aft 14 Sep 1572, Werneth, Lancs., d 1624

4649.   Mary Machell, d ca 1635, in 20th gen. of Saxon fam. Desc. From Ulf de Catulino, lived ca 1100

4654.   Henry Newland

 

 

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4656.   William Chase, b ca 1600 England, d May 1659, Yarmouth

4657.   Mary, d bef 6 Oct 1659

4658.   Samuel Sherman

4660.   George Odding

4661.   Margaret

4662.   John Allen of Saltford, Somerset, England

9266.   Thomas Bradford, Doncaster, York, Eng.

9296.   Ralph Cudworth, d 1572, bur Old Parish Chapel, Oldham m ca 1550

9297.   Jane Ashton (Asheton) of Bamforlong

9316.   Henry Sherman

18592. Rauf Cudworth, b ca 1490

18593. Agnes Lees

18594. Arthur Ashton

18632. Henry Sherman

37184. John Cudworth

37185. Elizabeth Chetham

37186. Alexander Lees of Asheton Under Lynes

37264. Thomas Sherman

74368. Georffrey Cudworth

74370. Thomas Chetham of Nuthurst

74528. John Sherman

148736.  John Cudworth

149056.  Thomas Sherman, d 1493

297472.  John Cudworth, Lord of Manors, Werneth and Ouldham

297473.  Margery Ouldham

594946.  Richard Ouldham

1189892.  Matthew Ouldham

 

Editor's Note:  Since the editor also has Trip lineage, am interested in the source notes on the Tripps.  Carl Boyer's, Ancestral Lines, published Newhall, CA 1975 gives John as son of John and Isab el Moses of Lincolnshire, b Northumberland, England 1610, d when his will was probated bef 28 Dec 1678.  He married Mary Paine (who married secondly, Benjamin Engell, and died 12 Feb 1687)  Boyer gives the following children:

 

John b ca 1640, m Susannah Anthony

Peleg, m Anne sisson

Joseph, b 6 Aug 1677, Mehitabel Fish

Mary, m 1st Gershom Wodell, 2nd, Jonathan Gatchell, 3rd, William Wodell

Elizabeth m Zuriel Hall

Alice, m William Hall

Isabel, m Samson Sherman

Abiel, m Deliverance Hall

James m 1st, Mercy Lawton, 2nd, Lydia, 3rd, Elizabeth Cudworth

Martha, m Samuel Sherman

Sylvanus, m Margaret Diamond

 

(Am looking for a Mehitabel Tripp who married a Greene in Rhode Island)

 

 

 

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Lineage of Naomi R. White, FL

 

1.         Naomi Ruth Young, b 1922, Lincoln, NE m Charles T. White, 1942

2.         Horace J. Young, 1888-1969, b Dodge Co., NE, d Lincoln NE

3.         Cleo Cather, b 1896, Lincoln NE, presently living in Lincoln

4.         Seth Whitlock Young, 1856-1952, b Dodge Co., NE, d North Bend, NE

5.         Annie Elizabeth Watson, 1863-1954, b Ontario, Canada, d North Bend, NE

6.         Jay W. Cather, 1865-1937, b Trumbull Co., OH, d Lincoln, NE

7.         Geneva McKinney, 1869-1934, b Benton Co., IN, d Lincoln, NE

8.         George Young, 1823-1902, b Linlithgow Scotland, d North Bend, NE

9.         Ann Millar, 1820-1856, b Clackmannan, Scotland, d Dodge Co., NE

10.       James Luscomb Stear (Changed name to Watson in US), 1827-1923, b Devon, England, d North Bend, NE

11.       Louisa Hobbs 1834-1923, b Devon, England, d North Bend, NE

12.       Samuel Cather, 1827-1914, b Butler co., PA, d Lincoln, NE

13.       Sarah Ann Holliday 1836-1929, b Clarion Co., PA, d Lincoln, NE

14.       James McKinney, 1832 - ; b Clark Co., OH, d ?

15.       Caroline Bushong, 1834-1879, b Hamilton Co., IN, d Benton Co., IN
16.       James Young, b Linlithgow, Scotland

17.       Georgianne Orick, prob. B. Scotland

18.       William Millar, b Clackmannan, Scotland

19.       Eliza Cochrine, prob. b. Scotland

20.       Samson Luscomb Stear, 1789- ; b Devon, England

21.       Mary Torr, prob. b Devon, England

22.       James Hobbs, 1799-1879, b Devon, Eng., d Ontario, Canada

23.       Mary Coombs, 1802-1880, b Devon, Eng., d Ontario, Canada

24.       John Cather, b 1792, Cecil Co., MD, d bet 1850-1860 in OH

25.       Catherine Westlake, 1797- ; b Washington PA, d prob Venango, PA

26.       James Holliday, 1800-1886, b MD, d Mahaska Co., IA

27.       Mary Winkleman, 1801-1881, b Centre Co., PA, d Lawrence Co., PA

28.       Hiram McKinney 1795-18__, b Campbell Co., KY, d Fountain Co., IN

29.       Margaret Havens, 1805-18__, b poss PA, d Fountain Co., IN

30.       Jonathan Bushong, 1806-1843, b Augusta Co., VA, d Hamilton Co., IN

31.       Mary M. Cordry (Corder) 1806-18__, b VA, d prob IN

40.       George Stear, prob Devon, England

41.       Mary, prob. Devon England

46.       Robert Coombe, prob. Devon, England

47.       Elizabeth, prob. Devon, England

48.       Robert Cather, ca 1771, d 1811, b Cecil Co., MD

49.       Rebecca, prob. Cecil Co., MD, m 2nd, James Crawford

50.       Burroughs Westlake, ca 1747-1819, b NJ, d Mercer Co., PA

51.       Jemima Pettit

54.       Mathias Winkleman, ca 1754-1815, b Germany, d Centre Co., PA

55.       Catherine Steffen, ca 1758-1815, b Lebanon, PA, d Centre Co., PA

56.       Joseph Robert McKinney, 1749-1838, d Randolph Co., IN
57.       Susan Frances McVey?

58.       Elisha Havens, possibly

60.       Henry Bushong, 1769-18__, b Lancaster Co., PA, d VA

61.       Barbara Lohr

 

 

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96.       Robert Cather, 1739-1790, b-d Cecil Co., MD

110.     (Johann) Adam Steffen (Steffy) ca 1736-1822, b Palatinate, d Union Co., PA

111.     (Maria) Agnes Pfrang (Frank)

120.     (Hans) Philip Bushong 1722-1785, b Alsace, d Washington Co., MD

121.     Ana Eva Hergard, 1733-1778, d Lancaster Co., PA

192.     William Cauther, 1695-1733, b-d Cecil Co., MD

193.     Elizabeth

222.     Possibly, Michael Pfrang

240.     Hans Boshung, Boschung (John) bushing, 1692-1749, b Strasbourg, Alsace, d Lancaster Co., PA

241.     Barbara Foltz, 1694-1737, b Haguenau, Alsace, d Lancaster Co., PA

768.     Francis Grey Cautherson

1536.   James Cauther Jr ca 1633-1690

3062.   James Cauther, d 1643, MD

 

 

Lineage of Peter Campbell McKinney, GA

 

1.         Peter Campbell McKinney, NY

2.         Robert Smith McKinney, b 21 Oct 1912, El Paso, IL, m 17 Sep 1935, Baltimore, MD

3.         Margaret Leigh Beshers, b 11 Jul 1911, El Paso, IL, d 27 Feb 1979, Ft. Collins Co., bur Denver CO

4.         John Reynolds McKinney Sr., b 31 Aug 1873, El Paso, IL, d 25 Dec 1958, El Paso m 7 Nov 1910, El Paso

5.         Isis Gertrude Campbell, b 27 Sep 1887, El Paso, IL, d 23 Oct 1948, El Paso, IL

6.         Robert Lee Beshers, b 10 Aug 1869, Metropolis, IL, d 25 Oct 1943, El Paso, IL, m 26 Dec 1893, Saunemin, IL

7.         Janette Irene Monahan, b 6 Apr 1873, Saunemin, IL, d May 1966, El Paso

8.         Abraham Smith McKinney Jr. B 12 Oct 1834, Cumberland Co., PA, d 18 Jun 1921, El Paso, IL, buried Peoria, m 18 Jun 1861, Elmwood, IL

9.         Frances Adelaide Abbott, b 30 Jan 1842, Vernon, Ct, d 3 Apr 1921, El Paso

10.       George Harry Campbell, b 1837, Perinton, NY, d 26 Dec 1896, El Paso, IL m 6 Nov 1864, El Paso

11.       Frances Gertrude Henry, b 13 Feb 1847, Mexico, NY, d 18 Jul 1933, El Paso

12.       John Quincy Adams Beshers, b 14 Mar 1824, KY, d 17 Nov 1895, IL, m 28 Oct 1848, Davies Co

13.       Martha Jane Short, b 9 Nov 1833, KY, d 16 Feb 1896

14.       James Nonahan, b 25 Mar 1834, Dauphin Co., PA, d 27 Dec 1902, bur Saunemin, IL, m 23 Feb 1864, Marshall, IL

15.       Susannah Margaret Jackson, b 10 Apr 1839, Marshall Co., IL, d 17 Dec 1899 Saunemin, IL

16.       Abraham Smith McKinney, b 12 Jun 1791, Newberg, PA, d 28 Oct 1872, Peoria, IL, m 27 Oct 1828, Newberg (Roxbury)

17.       Margaret Reynolds, b 4 Dec 1801, Roxbury, PA d 20 Aug 1886, Peoria, IL m 27 Oct 1828, Roxbury

18.       Bela Abbott, b ca 1803, Vernon CT, d ca 1872, m ca 1836

19.       Fedelia C. Hunt, b 1872

 

 

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20.       Stewart Campbell, b 13 Mar 1808, NY, d 12 May 1881, El Paso, IL, m NY

21.       Jane Ann Van Ness, b 9 Nov 1814, Renssalear Co., NY, d 20 May 1881, NY City, bur El Paso, IL

22.       Chester Henry, b 13 Jan 1815, Colrain, MA, d 5 Jan 1884, Gilman, IL

23.       Sarah H. Jenne, b 8 Apr 1820, NY State, d 5 Nov 1878, Gilman, IL

24.       ? Beshers, VA born ?

28.       John Monahan, b Ireland, d 18 Aug 1871, Marshall Co., IL m 2 Jun 1829, PA

29.       Margaret Chambers, b 20 Jul 1808 PA, d 27 Jan 1884, IL

30.       Andrew Jackson, b 8 Dec 1804 Barboursville, KY?, d 28 Aug 1888, Marhsl. Co., IL, m IN

31.       Mary Polly Gray, b 12 Mar 1803, Bowling Green, KY?, bur Marshl, Co., IL

32.       David McKinney b ca 1746, Newberg PA (farm), d 19 Mar 1819, Newberg m ca 1785

33.       Jennet Smith, b ca 1752, Cumberland Co., PA, d 11 Apr 1843, Newberg

34.       William Reynolds, b ca 1769, Roxbury, PA, d 1822, Newberg

35.       Elizabeth Maclay, b 1773, Roxbury, PA, d 1848, Newberg, PA

36.       Lemuel Abbott, b 1768 Ct, d 1846, Vernon, CT, m 1792 CT

37.       Lucretia Bingham, b 1766 Ct, d 1835 CT, m 1792

38.       Oliver Hunt, b 1788, m 1814

39.       Rosanna Smith, b 1787, d 1869, m 1814

40.       William Campbell, b 1777 ?, Scotland

41.       Betsy Hammond, b 1774, Rensselaer Co., NY

42.       Cornelius Columbus Van Ness, b 1792, Saratoga, NY d 1870, Perinton, NY

43.       Ann Lurdam, b 1792, Haasiik, NY, d 1879, Perinton, NY

44.       John Henry, b 2 Jan 1787, Colrain, MA, d 3 Feb 1836, New Haven, NY

45.       Nancy Field, b 1788, New Haven, NY, d 1827

58.       Alexander Chambers, b 8 Nov 1778, Co. downs, Ireland, d 2 May 1857, Marshall Co., IL

59.       Mrs. Agnes Mitchell

60.       John Jackson, d Wayne Co., KY

61.       Susannah Sewell

62.       John Gray, b 1772, No. Ireland

63.       ? Allen, b Goochland Co., VA, d near Bowling Green, KY

64.       Joseph Mackenzie, b Scotland, d 12 Aug 1785, Newberg, PA

65.       Catherine McKay, b 1720, Peters Twsp., PA, d 1774

66.       Abraham Smith, b Chester Co., PA, d Cumberland Co., m Chester Co., PA

67.       Ann Wilson

68.       William Reynolds, Sr.

69.       Margaret Williamson, d Roxbury, PA

72.       Joseph Abbott, b 14 Feb 1735, CT, d 5 Jan 1814, Ellington Co., m 1766

73.       Olive Pearce b 1738, d 1822, m CT

74.       Ithamer Bingham

75.       Sarah Kellogg

76.       Oliver Hunt, Sr

77.       Jerusha Simonds

78.       Giles Smith

79.       Roxanna McKinney

88.       Andrew Henry b 1751, Colrain, MA d 28 Sep 1839, Leyden, MA

89.       Thankful Norris, b 24 Aug 1761 Colrain, MA d 30 Nov 1829, Leyden, MA

 

 

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132.     John Smith, b Ireland, d Chester Co., PA
144.     Phillip Abbot, b 1699 Ct, d 1748, m 1723

145.     Abigail Pickford, m 1723

176.     John Henry, d 1755, Colrain, MA?

177.     Mary McCrillis, b 1705, d 11 May 1802, Colrain, MA?

288.     William Abbott, b 1657, d 1713, m 1682

289.     Elizabeth Gray, d 1712, m 1682

352.     David Henry, b Cumberland England

576.     George Abbott, b 1615 England, d 1681, Rowley, MA, m 1646, Andover

577.     Hannah Chandler, b 1629, England, d 1711, m Andover, MA

1154.   William Chandler, b England, d 1640-1641, Andover, m England

1155.   Annis Alcock, b England

 

 

Lineage of Howard W. McKinney, IL

 

1.         Howard W. McKinney 1918-        

2.         Fred J. McKinney, 1890-1961

3.         Huldah Ethel Craven, 1887-1923

4.         Aaron McKinney 1862-1942

5.         Amanda Harvey 1862-1947

6.         Jacob L. Craven 1849-1917

7.         Hannah E. Hadley 1850-1908

8.         Alfred McKinney 1832-1888

9.         Catherine Cook 1837-1889

10.       Jesse Harvey 1818-1894

11.       Lydia Overman 1825-1868

12.       Ashley S. Craven 1825-1889

13.       Huldah Hinshaw 1824-1900

14.       Thomas Lindley Hadley 1821-1883

15.       Sarah L. Macy 1823-1873

16.       Aaron McKinney 1806-1878

17.       Polly Bingman d 1842-1844

18.       Peter Cook 1805-1880

19.       Keziah Henderson 1805-1891

20.       Thomas Harvey 1793-1868

21.       Ann Sadler 1793-1876

22.       Ephraim Overman 1790-1852

23.       Mariam Draper 1799-1854

24.       Thompson Craven ca 1795

25.       Mary Yeargin ca 1795

26.       Jacob Hinshaw 1787-1832

27.       Mary Davis 1790-1874

28.       Joshua Hadley 1786-1845

29.       Sarah Lindley 1789-1861

30.       William Macy 1776-1869

31.       Hannah Hinshaw 1789-1863

32.       Shadrack McKinney 1780-1841

33.       Hannah McCarter

34.       John Bingman

35.       Winifred

36.       Joseph Cook 1762-1841

37.       Mary Harbert 1765-1807

38.       Richard Henderson 1772

39.       Rachel Hollingsworth 1774

40.       Jesse Harvey 1762-1848

41.       Keziah Ward 1763-1808

42.       Henry Sadler ca 1740-1823

43.       Mary Scarborough 1742-1823

44.       Ephriam Overman 1754-1824

45.       Rachel Small 1759-1842

46.       Josiah Draper

47.       Mariam Newby 1765

48.       Daniel Craven 1759-1846

49.       Mary Hendricks 1778-1849

50.       John Yeargin ca 1755-1814

51.       Mildred Ward ? 1837

52.       Absolem Hinshaw 1752-1830

53.       Elizabeth Hinshaw ? 1833

54.       Charles Davis 1771-1850

55.       Hannah Piggott 1774-1812

56.       Thomas Hadley 1763-1832

57.       Mary Newlin 1763-1846

58.       Aaron Lindley 1768-1855

59.       Phoebe McPherson

60.       Barachia Macy 1760-

61.       Lucinda Barnard 1767-1810

62.       William Hinshaw 1759-1807

 

 

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63.       Margaret Hunt 1765-1828

64.       James McKinney ca 1750-1824

65.       Mary Ballard ca 1755-1791

66.       Aaron McCarter ? -1820

67.       Lydia

72.       Issac Cook ?-1820

73.       Charity Wright 1743-1822

74.       Walter Harbert – 1797

75.       Ann

76.       Nathaniel Henderson

77.       Rebecca Thornton

78.       Issac Hollingsworth 1737-1809

79.       Susannah Wright 1755-

80.       Michael Harvey ? 1805

81.       Elizabeth Chaney

82.       Timothy Ward ? 1801

83.       Susanna Sadler ? 1784

84.       Thomas Sadler

85.       Rebecca Featherstone

88.       Isaac Overman 1727-

89.       Mary Evans

90.       Obediah Small

91.       Lydia Bundy 1740-1780

92.       Joseph Draper

93.       Lydia Bogue

94.       Joseph Newby

95.       Mary Moore

96.       Peter Craven 1715-1771

98.       Samuel Hendricks

104.     Absolem Hinshaw

105.     Rebecca Haddock

106.     Jacob Hinshaw 1710-1796

107.     Rebecca Mackie 1716-1796

108.     John Davis 1735-1806

109.     Mary Chamness 1743-1819

110.     Benjamine Piggott 1732-1817

111.     Mary Hadley 1739-1810

112.     Jousha Hadley 1743-1815

113.     Ruth Lindly 1745-1798

114.     John Newlin 1712-1805

115.     Mary Pyle 1724-1790

116.     Thomas Lindly 1740-

117.     Sarah Evans 1743-

118.     William McPherson 1726-1817

119.     Phoebe Passmore

120.     John Macy 1721-1795

121.     Eunice Coleman 1724-1768

122.     Benjamin Barnard 1732-

123.     Eunice Fitch

124.     William Hinshaw

125.     Sarah Courtney ? 1768

126.     William Hunt 1733-1772

127.     Sarah Mills 1734-1778

128.     John McKinney 1714-1772 ?

129.     Susannah Campbell ?

130.     William Ballard 1715-1792

131.     Mary Byrom

144.     Thomas Cook 1704-1752

145.     Mary Underwood

146.     John Wright 1716-

147.     Rachel Wells 1720-1771

152.     Richard Henderson

153.     Elizabeth

154.     Thomas Thornton

155.     Mary Wilson

156.     George Hollingsworth 1712-

157.     Hannah McKay

158.     Same as 146

159.     Same as 147

160.     Michael Harvey

162.     Francis Chaney

163.     Sara Aurick

164.     John Ward

165.     Mary

166.     Same as 84

167.     Same as 85

176.     Ephriam Overman 1681-1715

177.     Sarah Belmon 1688-

180.     Obediah Small ? 1778

181.     Sarah

182.     Gideon Bundy 1723-1762

183.     Mariam Bogue ? 1762

184.     Peter Draper ? 1764

185.     Hannah Albertson

186.     Robert Bogue 1703-1788

187.     Rachel Pearson 1716-

188.     Benjamin Newby 1707-1739

189.     Susannah Griffin

192.     Peter Craven ? 1745

208.     Thomas Hinshaw

209.     Mary Marshall

210.     John Haddock

211.     Rebecca Armstrong

212.     Same as 208

 

 

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213.     Same as 209

214.     Joseph Mackie ? 1760

215.     Ann Sweeten

216.     Charles Davis

217.     Hannah Matoon

218.     Anthony Chamness 1713-1777

219.     Sarah Cole 1718 ?

220.     John Piggott ca 1685-1738

221.     Margery Brown ? 1738

222.     Joshua Hadley 1703-1760

223.     Patience Brown 1712-1783

224.     Same as 222

225.     Same as 223

226.     Thomas Lindley 1706-1781

227.     Ruth Hadley 1711-1785

228.     John Newlin 1690-1753

229.     Mary Woodward 1690-1790

230.     Nicholas Pyle 1697-

231.     Sarah Worrilow

232.     Same as 226

233.     Same as 227

234.     Owen Evans ? 1747

235.     Mary Harlan 1718-

240.     John Macy 1675-1751

241.     Judith Worth 1689-1767

242.     Elihu Coleman 1699-1784

243.     Jemima Barnard 1699-1779

244.     Timothy Barnard 1712-1748

245.     Mary Bunker ? 1750

246.     Beriah Fitch 1713-1785

247.     Deborah Gorham ? 1787

248.     John Hinsaw

249.     Elizabeth Belshaw

250.     Tobey Courtney

251.     Sarah Boyd

252.     William Hunt d 1745

253.     Mary Woolman 1692-1745

254.     John Mills 1712-1795

255.     Sarah Beals 1713-1800

256.     Mordecai McKinney ca 1685-1760

257.     Mary Sebring

262.     Henry Byrom IX

263.     Francis Mills

288.     Peter Cook 1674-1713

289.     Elinor Norman 1726

290.     Alexander Underwood 1688-1767

291.     Jane Harriss

292.     James Wright 1671-1760

293.     Mary Davis 1689-1764

294.     Joseph Wells 1697-

295.     Rachel

312.     Abraham Hollingsworth 1686-1748

313.     Ann Robinson

314.     Robert McKay

352.     Jacob Overman ? 1715

353.     Hannah, d 1692

354.     John Bellmon

355.     Sarah Wilson

360.     John Small

361.     Alice Howell

364.     Samuel Bundy 1673-1743

365.     Ann Nicholson ? 1744

366.     William Bouge ? 1720

367.     Ellender Perisho

372.     Same as 366

373.     Same as 367

374.     Peter Pearson ? 1725

375.     Rachel

376.     James Newby

377.     Sarah Nicholson

378.     James Griffin ? 1748

379.     Sarah

430.     Alex Sweeten

431.     Hannah

432.     Samuel Charles Davis

434.     John Matoon

436.     John Chamness

437.     Ann

438.     Joseph Cole

439.     Sushannah

442.     James Brown 1656-1715

443.     Honor Clayton 1662-

444.     Simon Hadley 1675-1756

445.     Ruth Kerner 1672-1750

446.     Jeremiah Brown

447.     Mary Royal

452.     James Lindley 1681-1726

453.     Elinor Park

454.     Same as 444

455.     Same as 445

456.     Nathaniel Newlin 1660-1729

457.     Mary Mendenhall 1660-

458.     Richard Woodard ? 1706

459.     Jane

460.     Nicholas Pyle 1666-1716

461.     Abigail Bushell

462.     John Worrilow

463.     Ann Maris

468.     Thomas Evans

469.     Elizabeth Griffith

470.     Aaron Harlan 1685-1732

471.     Sarah Held 1692-1747

480.     John Macy 1653-1691

481.     Deborah Gardner 1658-1712

482.     John Worth 1660-1732

483.     Mariam Gardner 1666-?

484.     John Coleman 1667-1762

485.     Pricilla Starbuck 1676-1762

486.     John Barnard 1670-1748

487.     Sarah Macy

488.     Benjamin Barnard

489.     Judith Gardner 1693-

490.     Peleg Bunker 1676-1730

491.     Susannah Coffin ? 1740

492.     Jedidiah Fitch 1681-

493.     Abigail Coffin 1683-

494.     Shubael Gorham 1667-1750

495.     Puella Hussey 1677-

506.     John Woolman 1655-1718

507.     Elizabeth Barton 1664-1718

508.     John Mills 1688-1760

509.     Rachel Bates 1688-

510.     John Beal 1685-1745

511.     Sarah Bowater 1688-

 

 

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The Two Williams

 

William McKinney – Among the substantial families who early settled in the beautiful valley in the vicinity of Broadway, in the township of Franklin, was that of McKinney.  The progenitor of this family here was William McKinney who was born in Ireland on August 20, 1723, and who while a young man emigrated to America and settled on some five hundred acres of land about half way between the villages of Broadway and New Village.  Little more is known of this sturdy pioneer than that he found his new home a wild tract of uncultivated land and resided upon it during the remainder of his life.  He died on Oct 24, 1777, just at the beginning of the war for independence in this country.  His first wife, Hannah, was born Sep 9, 1730 and died Mar 18, 1765.

Note:  This is taken from the History of Warren Co., NJ, and it will be noted that in another citation of William McKinney of Ritchie Co., WVA in this issue, it states that he, William Jr. was born in Lycoming Co., PA, not NJ, and that he was of English parentage . .  which proves that nothing in print is absolute.

 

Of their children, John was father of our subject and succeeded to the homestead.  He was born Sep 11, 1757, married Mar 29, 1786, Eleanor Davison, who was born Mar 24, 1761 and died Jun 8, 1843.  He died Feb 8, 1838.  His life was spent on this farm, on which he erected a stone house and stone barns, the latter of which are standing and in good repair in 1880, having been built in 1805.  Besides carrying on his farm, he built a distillery, which was carried on by his son for some time after his death.  His children were Hannah, b Sep 1787, died Oct 5, 1797, William, Mary, died Nov 2, 1812, Jemima Taylor, born Dec 15, 1794, died Sep 24, 1797, Eleanor Stinson, b Feb 26, 1792, died Oct 4, 1797, Sarah Davison b Mar 24, 1797, d Sep 24 1819, and William born Oct 15, 1801.  It will be readily seen by the above dates that nearly this whole family of children were swept away by death in early life.  John McKinney reached his majority just as the colonies began to free themselves from the

 

 

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Yoke of the mother country, and patriotic to the land of his birth, he served as a soldier in the American Army.

 

William, youngest of these children, was born and has lived on the old homestead during his life, and now nearly fourscore years of age, he can look back through the decades and mark the advancement in every department of industry, and contrast the labor saving machines with the hand work of a half century ago, when he was in the prime of manhood.  His life has been spent as a farmer on the land first settled by his grandfather, near the middle of the 18th century, and during his long and useful career, he has been known as a man of sound judgment, unassuming in his ways, honest in his dealings, and Christian and moral in his character.

 

Mr. McKinney married in 1824, Mary daughter of Henry Winters, a man well known in Warren Co as sheriff, and whose son, William Winters was clerk of the county at the time of his death.  She was born in 1804 and died August 15, 1879.  Both Mr. and Mrs. McKinney were formerly members of the Greenwich Presbyterian Church, but upon the organization of the church at Stewartsville, were among its founders, and have continued their relations with that body of Christians.  Mr. McKinney has officiated as one of the trustees of the church for many years.  He has been an unswerving member of the Democratic Party since he reached his majority, but no seeker after place, although he has not shrunk from the duties of a citizen, having held some minor offices in his township.  Soon after his marriage, about 1835, he built a new stone house on his place, in which he resides in 1880.  His children are John, who married 1849 Mary, dau of Archibald Davison, and since 1865 has resided in the stone house erected by his father, and is the possessor of a part of the original homestead, Ellen, wife of Abraham Stewart, a justice of the peace at Washington, New Jersey – Catharine, wife of Peter Fritts, a farmer at Andover – Sarah Elizabeth deceased, who was the wife of James Richey, deceased, leaving three children – George W., Lizzie and James Franklin – Henry deceased – James – Hannah, wife of John T. Oberly, a farmer in Franklin township – and Belinda, wife of James M. Hoffman, a grain merchant and miller at Asbury.

 

 

 

Questions, Questions, Questions

 

Kinney

Searching Kinney surnames in connection with TenEyck and Sebering families, particularly Joseph Isaac Kinney b 1812 NJ, m Catherine Read, lived Hardwick Twp., Warren Co., NJ 1850 census.  Wendy Freborg, CA

 

Zornes

McKinney

Seek info on George McKinney b ca 1770 PA to Mason Co., KY in 1790s and in Adams Co., OH 1800.  Dau Nancy m Martin Zornes, 1824, Scioto Co., OH.  Cheryl Taylor, OH

 

 

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McKinney

They say that James McKinney, son of Hiram, grandson of Joseph Robert, d 1904.  Can anyone give proof of place and date?  Cannot locate in 1900 Indiana Census.  Naomi White, FL

 

McFadden

McKinney

Searching Samuel McKinney and wife, Mary McFadden, in Chester Co., SC with ch, Robert, Isaac, Jennet, Samuel, Ewing.  Roberta Pyles, MO   Note:  Member, Ben Clark has this complete family lineage.    

 

McKinney

Seeking Albert McKinney and wife, Martha, in Henderson Co., NC Census 1840, 1850 in Gilmore Co., GA, 1860, missing in 1870 Gilmer Co., census.  Story says he left for TN in 1861, also gives birth in census as NC 1812.  Was his father John?  Any McKinney families in NC ca 1812 with son Albert?  Leslee Fehlman, TX

 

McKinney

Seeking communication with McKinney families in Pulaski Co., KY area.  William King McKinney b 1805, wf, Serena Pitman, Wm. b Pulaski Co., father prob William b VA ca 1774.  Richard B. Perkins, KY

 

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Library News and Notes

 

New Exchanges

Boone's Sierra Echos

Hurst Newsletter

Richardson-Moore Family News

 

New Books – Additions and Accessions –

Genealogical Helper, 1971-1981, assorted issues, donation

Durand Family Genealogy – donation

California Central Coast Genealogical Society Quarterlies – donation

Stillwell's History and Genealogical Miscellany of NJ Volumes I-III, accession

New Jersey Marriages, Nelson – accession

North Carolina Historical and Genealogical Register, Hathaway Vol I-III – accession

Historical Collections of NJ, Barber and Howe

VA Vital Records, Genealogical Pub. Co. – accession

VA Records in Southwestern PA, Crumrine – accession

 

These may be ordered from our Librarian, Mrs. Mary E. McKinney.  One or two of the volumes are already on loan, but should be available soon.

 

 

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An interesting item was taken from the CA Central Coast Genealogy Society in 1984, describing requesting genealogical materials from the Russian Embassy or Consul.  The received material was a packet of booklets with no relationship to genealogy – strictly political in nature.  It is understood that receiving material of this type can be construed as questionable.

 

PA church records are being filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah.  Look for them soon in LDS Libraries.

 

PA Naturalization records by William Filby, recommends writing to the City of Philadelphia, City Archives, Rm. 523, City Hall Annex, Philadelphia, PA 19107.  This is an efficient and courteous office, and holds many naturalization records for NJ arrivals and citizens.

 

A new computer system from Computerology, Inc in San Antonio, TX is called ÒFirst Family'.

 

Mrs. Alice Fisher had an extensive trip to China this year, a 21 day tour including a trip on the Yangtze River to the Great Wall.  Congratulations Alice, I enjoyed the story of the tour you were kind enough to send.

 

Naomi R. White, A McKinney member, is now publishing Bushong Bulletin, a family newsletter to be issued three times yearly.  Welcome to the ranks of Òtypewriter slavery', Naomi.  Naomi has found at least two lines, other than her own, McKinney families, allied with the Bushongs. 

 

Durand Family Genealogy

Hard Cover, approximately 175pp with some illustrations.  This is an excellent genealogy by Maude Mercer Sellman, however the printer neglected to include several pages in the binding such as the forward, title page and notes from the author.  Mrs. Sellman has offered these books to the McKinney Association as a donation.  We shall be happy to furnish them to interested members at a cost of $15.00 – price of publishing alone.  They will be sent postpaid.  Names included in this genealogy are McNaught, Mercer, Clearwater, McKinney, Durand (of course), and associated families.  Beginning with John Durand of Connecticut and wife, Patience Weed, it traces the Durand family over most of the contiguous United States to the present day.

 

Scots Ancestry Service, in Edinburgh, has informed us that they will not be able to help us, or anyone for that matter, without the exact place of birth in Scotland, and the date of birth.  Since we do not, in essence, have any vital statistics on Mordecai McKinney, they cannot be of service in our search.  I have written a professional searcher regarding Scottish research (Sep 1984) but have not yet had a reply from her – not an auspicious sign.

 

 

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A member asked about Halsey's Mills location.  I believe that they are the mills described in a volume called ÒDiaries of George Riley Hazard of Broome County, New York and Susquehannah County, PA 1854-1867'.  The volume does have Blachleys and McKinneys mentioned in it, however, I have not been able to locate a copy.  I believe the author was Dee Merritt in Concord, CA.  Does anyone have access to this book?

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