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THE KINCAID FAMILY

:By Herbert Clarke Kincaid (11,175)

Fellow of the Institute of American Genealogy 4.

Member, National Genealogical Society

Each number indicates a generation, starting with "1" in 1064; thus, "2" is the son of "1"; 3" is the grandson of "1" and the son of "2", etc. Where there are several persons listed in the same generation, they are given the designation of A, B, C, etc.. Thus 5A is Alwyn II, son of 4, Alwyn. 5B is Eth, son of Alwyn, 4, and the brother of 5A.

Please note that surnames were not used in this early period. A person was known by his Christian name, and if an artisan, by his trade or clan. Sometimes his Christian name was fol­lowed by the name of his father preceded by Mac or O'--meaning "son of". In the case of landed gentry, families were known by the name of their property. The first mention of KINCAID which has been found was in the year 1238, when the lands of KYNCAITH were granted to William Gal­braith. The owner of the KINCAID lands became the LAIRD 0F KINCAID. The eldest son of the family was KINCAID, younger, 0F-THAT-ILK The younger sons were spoken of as, e.g., John Kincaid in, not of KINCAID.

1 Aykfrith m, Egfrida. d. in Northumberland England in 1064. Was quite a wealthy man for his time. Information on him and his descendents As taken from "The Lenox" by Sir William Fraser(in the Library of Congress). Other authorities claim the Lenox line is descended from Alpin, first King of Scotland (See MacFarland Genealogy).

2 Archill (or Arkill) Went from Northumberland to Scotland about 1072--refusing to make submission to William the Conqueror. Very prosperous. d. 1100. 1.

3 Archill II d. 1130. 2; 1

4 Alm (or Allan) MacArchill. Became first: Earl of Lenox:. d. 1155. 3; 2; 1.

5A Alwynn II. Second Earl of Lenox. 1155 to 1217. m. Lady Eva, daughter of Gilchrist, Earl

of Monteith. 4; 3; 2; 1 5B Eth or Ethus. 4; 3; 2; 1

6A Naldwin. d. before 1217. Predeceased his father. 5A;, 4; 3; 2; 1

6B Dugald. 5A; 4; 3; 2; 1

6C Malcolm. 5A; 4; 3; 2; 1

6D Aulay. 5A; 4; 3; 2; 1

6E Gilchrist. 5A; 4; 3; 2; 1

6F Christinus, 5A; 4; 3; 2; 1

6G Core 5A; 4; 3; 2; 1

6H Duncan, 5A; 4; 3; 2; 1 6I Henry. 5A; 4; 3; 2; 1

6J Eva. m. the Thane of Kalentyr (Callendar). Through her son Alwyn, was the ancestress of

the Callendar family. 5A; 4; 3; 2; 1

7A Maldwin, Third Earl of Lenox from 1217 to 1280. m. Elizabeth Stuart, daughter of Walter, son of Alan, High Steward of Scotland, who resigned Dumbarton Castle to Alexander II. 6A; 5A; 4; 3; 2; 1

7B Gillaspic Galbraith. Name appears very frequently in the old records & Charters. See "The
Lenox". 1-22, also "Cartae De Levenax" 6A; 5A; 4; 3; 2; 1 (bet. 1217-49)

7C Hamelim. 6A; 5A; 4; 3; 2; 1

7D Malcolm. 6A; 5A; 4; 3; 2; 1

7E Duncan, 6A; 5A; 4; 3; 2; 1

8A Malcolm, Fourth Earl of Lenox. 7A; 6A; 5A; 4; 3: 2; 1

8D Arthur (or Arturo). 7B; 6k; 5A; 4; 3; 2; 1

8C Maurice. m. Colpatrik. 7B; 6A; 5A; 4; 3; 2; 1

9 William. Founder of the Kincaid Family. d, before 1280. See quotation in latin from

"Cartularium De Levenax, Carta 29. 8B; 7B; 6A; 5A; 4; 3; 2; 1


10A Arturo. 9; 8B; 7B; 6A; 5A; 4; 3; 2; 1

10B Maurice. 9; 8B; 7B; 6A; 5A; 4; 3; 21

10C ____________. 9; 8B; 7B; 6A; 5A; 4; 3; 2; 1 m. Allan Kalentyr, a cousin.

10D ________. m. Sir David Graham:- 9; 8B; 7B; 6A; 5A; 4; 3; 2; 1

10E _ . m. Johannes Machrudi. 9: 8B; 6A;_5A; 4; 3; 2; 1____

11A Patricio (or Patrick). m. daughter of Sir Patrick Graham-granddaughter-of-10D and

her husband Sir David Graham. Had a charter in 1280, with reversion of Kyncade lands

from Graham; Was Seneschalle de Levenax under Malcolm, 8A, Fourth Earl of Lenox.

_ Was ConstabIe of Edinburgh Castle-L. appointed by King Alexander III. Very important position--both military and social with considerable expense. The reversion of the Kyncade lands and other in the charter of 1280 furnished the means of taking care of this expense.

11B Gilmychel. 10A; 9; 8B; 7B; 6A; 5A; 4; 3; 2; 1

11C Maurice. 10A; 9; 8B; 7B 6A; 5A; 4; 3;' 2; 1

12 Arturo or Arthur. Laird of Galbraith & Kyncade under Robert I. Was living Sept. 28, 1308 when he was witness to a charter:. Was Constable of Edinburgh Castle. Lost the position when John Baliol was awarded the throne. of Scotland by Edward I of England. Baliol turned the castle over to the English and an English garrison was installed. 11A; 10A; 9; 8B; 7B; 6A; 5A; 4; 3; 2; 1

13 Francis Kincaid. Inherited Kyncade about 1320. Younger son of Arturo, 12. Edinburgh

was turned over to Baliol when Edward I awarded him the throne of Scotland. On the death of Edward I, Robert Bruce (Robert I) attempted to regain the throne from Edward II. His brother-in-law, Sir Thomas Randolph was invested in castle of Edin­burgh in 1314.

By secret path up cliff on a dark night Francis led a band of men who surprised the English garrison and captured the castle. Was knighted--allowed to wear on his arms a triple towered castle and given hereditary constableship of Edinburgh--retained by the family for many generations. Lost it because of their loyalty to the Stuarts when William & Mary took throne of Great Britain & Ireland. 12; 11A; 10A; 9; 8B; 7B; 6A; 5A; 4; 3; 2; 1


THERE IS NOW A GAP IN THE RECORDS OF OVER A HUNDRED YEARS. Many of the KINCAID family papers were destroyed by a fire at Cannerton House, where they had been stored while tradesmen were in possession of KINCAID HOUSE,: engaged in building the new mansion. From Robert, C-1, to Alexander, 0-1, I have been obliged to secure my information as to the lineage from the court records at Edinburgh, and from the Parish of Campsie. This is necessarily an incomplete method, especially as to names of all issue, and dates of births and deaths. There can be no doubt, however, of the actual line of ancestry back to Robert, 0-1, who was Laird in 1448.

(In the following information, successive generations are indicated to successive let­ters of the alphabet. Individuals within a generation are identified by a number after the letter.. The series of identifying letters and numbers after each name traces his ancestors from person to person back to Robert, C-1. The date, when given, indicates the time of the documentation found by the researcher and thus the date the person lived. Hulme Kinkade

C-1 Robert Kincaid of-that-Ilk. 1448 at Valentar Perthshire.

D-1 Donald Kincaid of-that-Ilk. 1464. C-1.

E-1 David Kincaid of-that-Ilk- 1486 at Edinburgh. D-1; C-1

E-2 Robert Kincaid. D-1; C-1

E_3 James Kincaid. D-1; C-1

F-1 William Kincaid of-that-Ilk. Laird in 1493. E-1; D-1; C-1

F-2 John Kincaid. Younger brother of William, F-1. 1469. Wife probably daughter of Thomas

de Walterstoune. E-1; D-1; C-1

F-3 Janet Kincaid. m. Sir Alexander Monteith. E-1; D-1; C-1

G-1 Patrick Kincaid of-that-Ilk. m. Egidie Howstoun (Houston). Resigned their interest in

Craglokhart to Thomas Kincaid, G-4,. who married their only daughter. On the death of Patrick(G-1) Thomas succeeded to the Kincaid lands. F-1; E-1; D-1; C-1

G-2 John Kincaid. F-1; E-1; D-1; C-1

G-3 Peter Kincaid, F-1; E-1; D-1; C-1


H-1 Thomas Kincaid. was a Burgess of Edinburgh. F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

H-2 Thomas Kincaid of-that-Ilk. m.Elizabeth Kincaid, H-1, daughter of Patrick Kincaid, G-1;

Received Patrick's interest in Craglokhart with the tower & fortalics, County of

Edinburgh. On the death of Patrick, G-1, succeed to the Kincaid lands. These lands

of Craglokhart were granted by James IV. 1515, 1531 G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1.
I-1 Thomas Kincaid of-that-Ilk. m. Margaret. Setoun. On Feb. 12, 1534. at Edinburgh, James V granted .a Charter of the lands of Cragiokhart, County of Edinburgh. 1545. H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

I-2 Edward Kincaid. H-2; G-4;- F-2; E-1; D-1;: C-1

I-3 James Kincaid. H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

J-1 James Kincaid of-that-Ilk. Laird after 1545. d. about 1584. m. a cousin sister of

James of Craglokhart. In 1571 he and his son James, K-1, and brother Malcolm, J-2, made an attack on the Lennoxes of Woheid. In 1581, the Stirlings attacked the Kincaids and killed Malcolm Kincaid, K-2; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1.

J-2 Richard Kincaid. I-1 H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

J-3 Malcolm Kincaid I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1.

J-4 George Kincaid. I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

J_5 Marion Kincaid. I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

K-1 James Kincaid of-that-Ilk. Became Laird in 1584. d. Feb 13, 1604. Buried in Parish of Campsie. m. Christine Leslie. Received charter to lands of Crahlokhart on Feb. 15 1574 from James VI with tower fortalice, manor, gardens & orchards (occupied by Steven Kincaid) Co. Edinburgh. On Sept. 9, 1582 gave income from lands to sons Robert & Stephen. Seals attached: the first--a fess 'ermine between two mullets in Chief & a castle, triple-towered in base. J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1.

K_2 Malcolm Kincaid. Killed by the Stirlings. J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

K-3 Isabel Kincaid. m. Thos. Peebles. J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1;

K-4 Kincaid. m. Sir Robert Hamilton: J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1;

L-1 James Kincaid of-that-Ilk -Laird from 1604. d, Jan. 18, 1645. m. his cousin, Lady
Margaret Hamilton--daughter of Sir Robert Hamilton. Lady Margaret's mother was a Kincaid, K-4. July 13, 1609 James VI granted a charter to George Fouillis of the lands of Craglokhart resigned by James Kincaid. In 1604, he and his son James were enjoined not to slay salmon. in the waters of the Clyde, Lewin, Blianis, Kelvin or branches thereof. K-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

L-2 Robert Kincaid. K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; F-1; D-1; C-1

L-3 William Kincaid. K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

  1. Patrick Kincaid. K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

  2. Margaret Kincaid. m. Alex Johnstoune. d. 1632 K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

L-6 ? Kincaid. m. Stephen Kincaid. K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

L-7 John Kincaid Emigrated to Ireland with Hamilton K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

M-1 James Kincaid-of-that-Ilk. Was involved in a raid on the lands of the Cunningham in

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Stirlinshire in 1641. 1650. L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

M-2 Malcolm Kincaid. L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

Agnes Kincaid. m. Andrew johnstoun. L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C1

N-1 James Kincaid of-that-Ilk. Laird of Kincaid. d. about 1700. Received public rebuke
in 1696 for having caused his servants to carry in & thresh grain on a Sabbath. M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1.

O-4 John Kincaid of-that-Ilk. Laird from 1701. N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-2; D-1; C-1

O-5 Alexander Kincaid. Second son of James of-that-Ilk (N-1). b. about 1670. Was a

pharmacist in Edinburgh, Scotland. When Charles Stuart attempted to retake his throne in December, 1745 and was defeated in Stirlingshire, four of the sons of Alexander followed him and fought under Cluny McPherson, in the rear-guard action following Stuart's retreat, where they were captured. All this took place within a few miles of KINCAID and the family retainers soon learned of the capture. The wives of the two married brothers, Samuel, P-30, and George, P-11, were taken to Glasgow with some of their furniture and the four brothers, Samuel, P-30; George, P-11; James, P-31; Robert, P-32, were spirited out of the English camp, and all Of them put on board ship. They came to Virginia, fairly well supplied with "siller",and on advice of their uncle David, O-6, settled in Augusta County. N-1; M-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1.


O-6 David Kincaid. Took part in the unsuccessful Stuart rebellion in 1715, and was in consequence obliged to leave Scotland. Came to Spotsylvania Co., Va., later moved to Albemarle Co., thence to Augusta, and finally died in Bath Co. Built the first Augusta County jail. N-1; H-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

P-11 George Kincaid. Came to America in 1746. Settled on Jackson's River in what is now Allegany Co., Va., near Falling Spring, about seven miles below Covington. Killed, in 1756 in an Indian raid. His wife and three children Were captured by the indians. Ft. Mann at the mouth of Falling Springs Creek was garrisoned by the Kincaids, Mc- Allisters, McCrearys and Barrys. 0-5; N-1; E-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

P-30 Samuel Kincaid. Sr. Came to Virginia in 1746. d. 1780. Bought land in Beverly .Manor, Augusta County, Virginia. About 1765 he removed to what was then Botetourt, later Greenbrier, now Allegany County, at Falling Spring, on Jackson's River. Was in

militia with his old friend and neighbor, Capt. John Wilson. Was wounded in thigh while on that service. Never fully recovered from this wound and died in 1780. O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

P-31 James Kincaid. Came to America in '1746. went south. O-5; N-1; E-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1;

H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

P-32 Robert Kincaid. m. Anna ?? Came to America in 1746. Bought in Beverly Manor, 1763.

of Bratton, 334 acres. On June 20, 1770 sold to their son Andrew, 159 acres of the tract. Moved to the Falling Spring neighborhood about 1770, followed shortly after by their son Andrew, Q-103. O-5; N-1; E-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

P-33 Alexander Kincaid Jr. Stayed in Scotland. Was a printer. O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

P-34 David Kincaid II: Went to Kentucky shortly after the revolution. O-6; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

P-35 John Kincaid. m. Elizabet??. O-6; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F 2;

E-1; D-1; C-1 before 1763.

Q-54 Samuel Kinkade. m. Elizabeth Wilson, daughter of Lt. Col George Wilson. b. 1747, d: 1834. Was a .Lieutenant in the Virginia Militia in 1774 and was wounded in the arm in a fight with the Indians near Wheeling, in that year. Court records--deeds, wills, etc. and the Fayette County, Pennsylvania history, show that Samuel Kinkade

was living there 1763 to about 1783 at Wilson's Port on the Monongahela River, where he had a ferry and where he also taught school. In 1783 (According to "Old Kentucky Entries and Deeds") he turned up in Kentucky; entering lands in several counties._ The Court Records of Livingstone County show the marriage of a daughter Jane, to Aeneas McAllister and his daughter Ailsa, married to Joseph Miller, was also living there.- Land sales on record in Fayette County, Penn., indicate the approximate date Of -his departure for Kentucky. With his sons George Wilson, William (the famous Campbellite minister, Hugh, and his widowed daughter Ailsa Miller, he- moved to Lawrence County, Illinois in 1819, where he died in 1834 at 87. P-11; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

Q-103 Andrew Kincaid. P-32; O-5; N-1; M-1; I-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1 m. Ann Kincaid, Q-104

Q-104 Ann Kincaid. n. Andrew Kincaid II, Q-103, Feb 11, 1782. 0-5 N-1; K-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4.; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

Q-105 Samuel Kincaid II. m. Margaret. Clarke--lived to age of 94. b. in Scotland about 1734. d. in Greenbrier Co. Virginia, Jan. 23, 1819. Captain in the Botetourt Militia and his Company was at Pittsburgh in 1775. Resigned commission after his father was wounded and returned home to look after home place and father. Was one of the largest landowners in Greenbrier Co at the time of its formation from Botetourt Co: in 1777 and acquired much more land later. Moved in 1780 to what is now Neola on Anthony's Creek. Build a large hotel and summer cottages. One of the most prominent citizens of Greenbrier. Served on Grand jury May, 1781. In 1792 was commissioned justice for Greenbrier County. Was sheriff 1808 & 1809. P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1: K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

Q-106 Andrew Kincaid. m. Ann Poage. P-35; 0-6; N-1; K-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; E-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

Q-107 Joseph Kincaid. P-35: O-6; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1


Q-108 Thomas Kincaid. P-35; O-6; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

Q-109 Matthew Kincaid. P-35; O-6; N-1; H-1; L-1; K-1;.J-1; I-1. H-2- G-4; F-2; E-6; D-1; C-1

Q-110 James Kincaid. m. Elizabeth Dean, 1786. P-35; O-6; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

Q-111 John Kincaid. m. Alice Dean 1787. P-35; O-6; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

Q-112 Alexander Kincaid. Died young. P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

Q-113 George Kincaid. b. in Scotland. d. in Greenbrier. m. Margaret Renick about 1770, daughter of Captain Robert Renick. Was in Capt. Robert McClenachan's Company of Greenbrier Valley Volunteers in the Botetourt Regiment, at the Battle of Point Pleasant. Accumulated nothing but a large family. P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

Q-114 James Kincaid. Went to Kentucky about 1800. Was in Capt. Robert McClenachan's Company of Greenbrier Valley Volunteers, in the Botetourt Regiment, at the Battle of Point Pleasant. P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

Q-115 Robert Kincaid. P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1.; D-1; C-1

Q-116 Hugh .Kincaid: Had 95 acres in Greenbrier joining Renix, 1782. P-30; O-5; N-1;- M-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

Q-117 William Kincaid-. Had 400 acres in Greenbrier NW of Greenbrier River Junction in 1782 P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1.

R-243 Andrew Kincaid. b. 1783 m. Ann Kincaid, R-244 a cousin. One of their children was killed by a slave. Q-103; P-32; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

R-244 Ann Kincaid. m. Andrew Kincaid, R-243, cousin. b. 1791 d. 1864. Lived at Falling Spring, Virginia. Q-105; P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

R-245 Samuel Kincaid. m. Sallie Kester. Q-105; P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2;G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

R-247 George Kincaid. m. Susie Remley. Went west. Q-105; P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

R-248 James Kincaid. b. Greenbrier County, May 15, 1782.. m. Phebe Kincaid, R-259. his cousin on March 26, 1816--daughter of George and Margaret (Renick) Kincaid. Commissioned a Justice of Greenbrier County, April 17,_1809, Was High Sheriff, 1827 Commissioned Colonel of the 79th Virginia Infantry--part of the Thirteenth Militia Brigade„ Third Division. No record of his unit have seen action in the War of 1812. Was a member of the Virginia House of Delegates. One of the most powerful men, physically, in Virginia. Had nine children, two of whom were poisoned by a negro slave. Q-105; P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

R-249 Sally Kincaid. m. William Brown in 1804. Q-105; P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

R-250 Betty Kincaid. m. John. M. Brown, Jan. 14, 1808 Q-105; P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G_4; F-2; E-1; D-1;

R-251 Samuel Kincaid. m: Nary Allison on June 18, 1807 Q-113: P-30; O-5: N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1. I-1; H-2; G.-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

R-252 Thomas Kincaid. m. Jemima Allison. Went to Illinois. P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

R-253 Margaret Kincaid m. Daniel Allison. b. 1785. Went to Gallia County, Ohio. Raised large family. Went to Illinois where her descendants still live. Q-113; P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

R-254 Andrew Kincaid.Q-113; P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

R-255 John Kincaid, Q-113; P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

R-256 Reniek Kincaid. Q-113; P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C1
R.-257 William Kincaid. Q-113; P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1;H-2;G-4;F-2;E-1;D-1;C-1

R-258 Hugh Kincaid Twin of Phebe, R-259, b. April 15,1785. Went West. m. Maria Brooke in Illinois. Q-113; P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1: C-1

R-259 Phoebe Kincaid. m. Col. James Kincaid, R-248, a cousin. Was twin of Hugh R-258 b. April 15, 1785 d. in Greenbrier, Jan 16, 1858. Buried with Col James near Neola in the Kincaid Cemetery, After death of Col. James Kincaid married a Fleishman & spent two or three years _touring the west in a carriage trying to locate her twin brother. Remarkably strong & intelligent woman. Continued to run hotel established by her father-in-law. Q-113; P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1;L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1

S-287 Elizabeth Ann Kincaid. b. Jan 3, 1817 n.m. d. May 8, 1842. R-248; Q-105; P-30; O-5;

N-1; M-1; L-1 K-1; J-1; I-1 H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

S-288 Alexander Clarke Kincaid. b. on Anthony's Creek in Greenbrier Co., Va. Feb. 27, 181 m. Maria Louisa Hamilton on Oct 31, 1847 at Summersville, Nicholas Co. Named for

his great great-grandfatherAlexander Kincaid (O-5) and his grandmother Clark. Inherited fine property from father. Graduated from U. of Virginia. In 1852 moved to Millpoint in Pocahontas County. In 1854 graduated from Richmond Medical College.

At outbreak of Civil War moved to Greenbrier—raised and equipped a troop of cavalry at his own expense--commanded it for a time--then transferred to the Albemarle Rangers. Was personally presented a sword by Gen. Robert E. Lee. d. Dec. 6, 1893

at Frankford, Greenbrier Co., West Virginia. Was a Presbyterian & a Mason.

S-289 Margaret Susan Kincaid. m. ? McCallister. b. Jan 27,-1820 d. Apr. 25, 1888. R-248;
Q-105; P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1 H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1.

S-290 Frances Jane Kincaid m. Michael Gillilan. B. Mar 7, 1822 d. May 8 1893 R-248; Q105; P-30;

O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

S-291 Agnes Letitia Kincaid. M. Josiah Loury or Lowry. b. Jan 19, 1824. Some descendants live in Pocahontas & Kanawha. R-248; Q-105; P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; H-2;. G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

S-292 Sarah Rebecca Kincaid. b. Oct 25, 1825 d. Aug. 7, 1826. R-248; Q-105; P-30; O-5; N-1;

M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

S-293 Mary Louisa Kincaid. m. Lean or Dean. h. Kay 31, 1827 d. Apr. 7, 1849

R-248; Q-105; P-30; 0-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

S-294 Avalina Lovinia Kincaid. b. Jan 22, 1829 d. Feb 6, 1837 R-248; Q-105; P-30; 0-5; N-1;

M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

S-295 William Renick Kincaid. m. Mary Ann Bell.' b. Jan 19, 1831 d. Aug. 1884 at Covington,

Va. Served in the Confederate Army. R-248; Q-105; P-30; 0-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; 1-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E:1; D-1; C-1

Thomas Alexander Bell Kincaid. d. in Huntington, 1940. S-295; R-248; Q-105; P-30; 0-5 N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

T_264 Robert Alexander Kincaid. m. Mary Thomas Patton at New Orleans, Louisiana. b. at Kill Point, Pocahontas Co., Va. June 1, 1852. Spent most of his youth at home of Col. Robert Hamilton, his grandfather. Enlisted at age of 12 for a time in the Confederate army. Received a blow from a Federal musket butt, which permanently affected his hearing. Was a man of exceptional physique. Educated at Hampden-Sydney & William & Mary Colleges. Read law & passed bar examination in 1879. Practiced law in Nicholas County and was prosecuting attorney for two terms. Died of progressive muscular atrophy in Richwood, West Va. Jan. 25, 1926. Was a Democrat, a Presby­terian, Mason, Knight Templar & K.P Member of the United Confederate Veterans. S-288; R-2481 Q-105; P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4;F-2;E-1;D-1;C-1

T_265 James Renick Kincaid. m. Alice White. b. Mar. 22, 1854 d. Jan 12, 1922 Graduated in
Medicine at Richmond, Va. and practiced until his death at Frankford, Greenbrier Co, S-288; R-248; Q-105; F-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2;G-4;F-2;E-1;D-1;C-1

T-266. Phebe Caroline Kincaid. m. Robert Woodward: b. Sutton, May 27, .1857. d. at Frankford, August 9, 1933. S-288; R-248; Q-105; P-30; 0-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1 D-1; C-1

T_267 Laura Margaret Kincaid. m. Cal Leivasy b: Sutton, Oct 19, 1858. Lived Frankford S_288; R-248; Q-105; P-30; 0-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4;F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

T_268 Lucy Hamilton Kincaid. M. William A Jameson v. Frankford, April 8, 1869: Lived at
Bramwell, Virginia. S-288;R-248; C-105; F-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4;F-2;E-1;D-1;C-1

T-269 Fannie Bell Kincaid. b. at Sutton, Aug. 25, 1856: d. Feb. 22, 1863. -5-288; R-248; Q-105;

P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1.; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

T_270 Mary Agnes Kincaid. b. Frankford, Feb. 2, 1864 d. Jan 28, 1873 S_288; R-248; Q-105;
P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

U_170 Mary Hamilton Kincaid. m. Thos. Beard T-165; S-288; R-248; Q-105; P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1


U-171 Edith White Kincaid Lived in Frankford. T-265; S-288; R-248; Q-105; P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

U-173 Byrna Kincaid. Lived in Frankford. T-265; S-288; R-248; Q-105; P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

U-172 James Clarence Kincaid. m. Mary Ruffner Davenport. d. 1940 at Daytona Beach, Florida: T-265; S-288; R-248; Q-105; P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

U-174 Phala Hamilton Kincaid. b. at Summersville, April 1, 1881. m. William Baltzer Moore. T-264; S-288; R-248; Q-105; P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

U_175 Herbert Clarke Kincaid. Compiler of this record. b. at Summersville, West Virginia, Oct. 16, 1883. m. Bess Lucille Rollyson, Dec 4, 1912. Graduated from the Summers ville Normal School in 1899. Attended the Capital City Commercial College at Charles­ton. Was champion typist of the state. Graduated from Baltimore Medical College

in 1910. Was an officer in World War I. Was National Medical Consultant for the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Member V.F.W. Fellow of the Institute of American Gene._ alogy. Member of National Genealogical Society. Resided July, 1941 at 1641 Harvard St. N.W., Washington, D.C. T-264; S-288; R-248; Q-105; P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

U-176 Wallace Patton Kincaid. b. Feb 2, 1886. Graduated from Greenbrier Military Academy.. Organized the Farmers and Merchants Bank of Summersville, in 1910. Very successful. T-264; S-288; R_248; Q-105; P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; N-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

U-177 Robert Truslow Kincaid. b. Oct. 11, 1888. d. of diphtheria. Sept. 23, 1892. T-264; S-288; R-248; Q-105; F-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

U_178 Mary Louise Kincaid. Educated at Lewisburg Seminary. Lived in Summersville. T-264; S-288; R-248; Q-105; P-30; 0-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

U_179 James Baldwin Kincaid. b. July 10, 1895. m. Willie Loys Vaughan of Missouri on May 25, 1928 Graduated Summersville Normal and Greenbrier Military Academy, 1913. Was a 1st Lt. in Air Service as pilot in World War I. Stayed in Army service--was

a Lt. Col. when he died suddenly of a heart lesion. T_264; 3-288; R-248; Q-105; P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

U-180 Ralnh Templeton Kincaid. b. May 29, 1898. m. Katherine Leo Boggs of Clay County. Grad­uate of Greenbrier Military Academy. Employed at Bank at Summersville. T-264; S-288; R-248; Q-105; P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C71

V-65 Mary Katherine Kincaid. U-180; T-264; S-288; R-248; Q-105; P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1;

J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

V-66 Virginia Carol Kincaid. b. June 20, 1914 at Summersville. m. Carl Welch Taylor.

Graduate of Marshall College, 1936. Lives (1941) in Huntington, West Virginia. U-175; T-264; S-288; R-248; Q-105; P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

V-67 Robert Alexander Kincaid.' b. Feb 6, 1916 at Summersville. Graduated June 8, 1938 from

Hampden-Sydney College, Virginia. Outstanding athlete. Outstanding student--in "'Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges & Universities, 1937-38." Was in law school at George Washington University at outbreak of World War II. Commissioned officer in Navy during WW II. U-175; T-264; S-288; R-248; Q-105; P-30; O-5; N-1; M-1; L-1; K-1; J-1; I-1; H-2; G-4; F-2; E-1; D-1; C-1

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