Person:Agnes McClanahan (1)

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Agnes McClanahan
 
m. Bef. 1734
  1. Alexander McClanahanABT 1734 - 1797
  2. Agnes McClanahanABT 1735 -
  3. Sarah McClanahan1736-1750 -
  4. Lettice 'Lettis' McClanahan1736-1750 -
  5. Jane McClanahan1736-1750 -
  6. Capt. John McClanahan, Sr.1742 - 1774
  7. Mary 'Polly' McClanahanBEF 1744 -
  8. Capt. Robert McClanahan1747 - 1774
  9. William McClanahan1748/49 -
m. est. 1752-1755
  • HJohn Deanabt 1723 - 1810
  • WAgnes McClanahanABT 1735 -
m. 26 DEC 1759
  1. Mary 'Molly' DeanAbt 1760 -
  2. Margaret Dean1766 - 1839
  3. Alice 'Else' DeanAbt 1767 - 1861
  4. Nancy Agnes DeanAbt 1770 - Aft 1820
  5. Elizabeth Dean1771 - 1813
  6. William McClanahan Deanbef 1779 -
  7. Sarah Deanbef 1780 -
  8. Jane Dean1782 - 1843
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Name Agnes McClanahan
Gender Female
Birth? ABT 1735 Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage est. 1752-1755 prob. Augusta County, Virginiato John Wilson, of Jackson River, Augusta County, VA
Marriage 26 DEC 1759 Augusta County, Virginiato John Dean

From Rootsweb.com post:

From: "Barbara Van Hout" <dutchtreat@@prodigy.net> Subject: Re: [KINCAID] Kinkades and Wilson DNA project Date: Wed, 17 Dec 2003 10:42:47 -0500 References: <000001c3c37c$52e9f050$6401a8c0@@KINCAID01>


I was looking at the Wilson DNA results seeking to gain more information about Lt. Col. George Wilson, father of Elizabeth Wilson married to Samuel Kinkade. Samuel was the son of the George Kinkead who was killed by Indians at Jackson River, VA in 1754. George's wife Elizabeth/Alice Dean and three of their children were taken captive by these Indians, and the family story is that son Samuel found his mother, and possibly his siblings at some later point.

Ruth Cherecwich has posted this information previously about Elizabeth Dean Kinkead's rescue from death by Paul Larsh and their marriage. Samuel and Elizabeth Kinkade were in Fayette Co, PA before their move to Kentucky. Also possibly in Hampshire Co, VA as their name is listed on a deed there, or else this was due to inheriting land from Elizabeth's father George Wilson.

The following is message #4870, Dean Family Genealogy Forum, about a John Wilson who might also have been a brother to George, Samuel and William Wilson. "John Dean was Justice of Bath County when it was formed. Agnes Mcclanahan first married John Wilson and had daughter Sarah. John Wilson killed by Indians in 1756. She ( Agnes) married John Dean in Dec 1759. John's brother was William. Sisters were Sarah (Dean) Bourland, Margaret (Dean) Byrd, possibly Alice (Dean) Kincaid later Alice Larsh. Margaret Byrd and Alice Kincaid captured by Indians in 1756. John Dean raised Sarah Byrd (age about 11 in 1756)."

More information about Lt.Col. George Wilson with the Eighth PA Regiment in the Revolutionary War: "One of the most heroic marches in military history was that of Southwestern Pennsylvania's Eighth Regiment in January, 1777.

Raised for garrison duty in the west, which then included a large part of extreme Western Pennsylvania, the regiment was mustered in July 1776 at Kittanning.

In the midst of an extremely severe winter, the regiment was ordered that January to join the Continental Army in New Jersey. A great deal of sickness and suffering was endured on that march across Pennsylvania. Many men died, including its top two officers, Col Aeneas Mackay and Lt. Col. George Wilson.

Later commanded by Daniel Brodhead and Stephen Bayard, the regiment returned to Western Pennsylvania in March 1778 and served in that garrison duty until the end of the Revolutionary War."

Note: George Washington's army was in great need of more soldiers in early 1777. The small continental army had just won outstanding victories at Trenton and Princeton at Christmas, but some soldiers' enlistment time was up and they wanted to go home. So the 8th PA regiment responded to Gen. Washington's call. Lt. Col. George Wilson corresponded with James Wilson, who signed the Declaration of Independance, and they are thought to be relatives.

A number of soldiers in the 8th PA regiment were selected to join Daniel Morgan's Rifle Regiment in the spring of 1777. Morgan's Rifle Regiment is recognized for its importance in the victory at Saratoga, NY in Oct., 1777.

Samuel and Elizabeth Kinkade moved to Lawrence Co, IL very early, perhaps by 1818 when Illinois became a state. Several children of Robert and Mary (Hardin County, KY) also moved to Richland Co, IL, located next to Lawrence County, in the 1840's/50's. Albert Gallatin Kinkade, son of Samuel and Elizabeth, bought land in Richland County in the early 1850's. The Richland County, IL records on the Clan Kincaid website are from both family groups.

So Ruth and I have wondered how these family groups were related. Both Samuel and Robert were in northern KY in the late 1790's and early 1800's, and were at Ft. Pitt in 1774, Dunmore's War. I don't know where Robert was after Dec 1784 when he married Mary in Washington Co, PA and before he appeared in the Shelby Co, KY records about 1800.

There is also a group of Kincaids who were in Clay County, IL about this same time as the Lawrence/Richland county families. Clay County is just to the west of Richland. There was an Isaiah Kincaid in this group, and the story of their migration to Illinois from Ohio, and then to Texas was written and is on the Clan Kincaid website.

I'm wondering if the Arthur Perry Kinkade, who has the same DNA results as David (Winifred) Kinkead, John of Fincastle, and Robert of Hardin, was from the Clay County, IL group. I don't know of the Arthur Perry Kinkade in the pink group of the Kincaid DNA test results.

Barbara Van Hout

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~reckertsroost/mcclan4.html

7. AGNES4 MCCLANAHAN (ROBERT3 MCCLENAHAN, JOHN2 MCCLANAHAN, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1735 in Augusta County, Virginia. She married JOHN DEAN 26 Dec 1759 in Augusta County, Virginia. He was born Abt. 1720, and died 20 Nov 1810 in Bath County, Virginia.

More About AGNES MCCLANAHAN:

Fact 1: thur email (Source: Joe McClenahan.)

Fact 2: Becky Erickson (Source: Becky Erickson.)

More About JOHN DEAN:

Fact 1: thur email (Source: Joe McClenahan.)

Fact 2: Becky Erickson (Source: Becky Erickson.)

More About JOHN DEAN and AGNES MCCLANAHAN:

Marriage: 26 Dec 1759, Augusta County, Virginia

Children of AGNES MCCLANAHAN and JOHN DEAN are:

i. MARGARET5 DEAN, b. Abt. 1760, Augusta County, Virginia; m. WILLIAM CRAWFORD, 28 May 1788, Botetourt County, Virginia; b. Abt. 1750; d. 1792, Augusta County, Virginia.

More About MARGARET DEAN:

Fact 1: Becky Erickson (Source: Becky Erickson.)

More About WILLIAM CRAWFORD:

Fact 1: Becky Erickson (Source: Becky Erickson.)

More About WILLIAM CRAWFORD and MARGARET DEAN:

Marriage: 28 May 1788, Botetourt County, Virginia

ii. MARY SARAH DEAN, b. Abt. 1760, Augusta County, Virginia; m. WILLIAM BOURLAND, 15 Feb 1786, Augusta County, Virginia; b. Virginia; d. Aug 1787, Augusta County, Virginia.

More About MARY SARAH DEAN:

Fact 1: Becky Erickson (Source: Becky Erickson.)

More About WILLIAM BOURLAND:

Fact 1: Becky Erickson (Source: Becky Erickson.)

More About WILLIAM BOURLAND and MARY DEAN:

Marriage: 15 Feb 1786, Augusta County, Virginia

iii. ALICE DEAN, b. Abt. 1768, Augusta County, Virginia; m. JOHN KINCAID, Abt. 1790; b. 1758; d. 1835.

More About ALICE DEAN:

Fact 1: Becky Erickson (Source: Becky Erickson.)

More About JOHN KINCAID:

Fact 1: Becky Erickson (Source: Becky Erickson.)

More About JOHN KINCAID and ALICE DEAN:

Marriage: Abt. 1790

iv. NANCY AGNES DEAN, b. Abt. 1770, Augusta County, Virginia; d. Aft. 1820, Champaign County, Ohio; m. JAMES ANDERSON, 20 Apr 1790, Botetourt County, Virginia; b. Abt. 1760, Greenbrier County, Virginia; d. 1821, Champaign County, Ohio.

More About NANCY AGNES DEAN:

Fact 1: Becky Erickson (Source: Becky Erickson.)

More About JAMES ANDERSON:

Fact 1: Becky Erickson (Source: Becky Erickson.)

More About JAMES ANDERSON and NANCY DEAN:

Marriage: 20 Apr 1790, Botetourt County, Virginia

http://www.archive.org/stream/mcclanahans00whitgoog/mcclanahans00whitgoog_djvu.txt

VI. — Mrs. Dean. (Agnes McClanahan)

One of her descendants, probably a grand- daughter, was the wife of Robert Anderson, of Augusta County, who died leaving one child, Wm. D. Anderson, who also died a few years ago, leaving several children.


From Rootsweb.com post:

From: "Barbara Van Hout" <dutchtreat@@prodigy.net> Subject: Re: [KINCAID] Kinkades and Wilson DNA project Date: Wed, 17 Dec 2003 10:42:47 -0500 References: <000001c3c37c$52e9f050$6401a8c0@@KINCAID01>


I was looking at the Wilson DNA results seeking to gain more information about Lt. Col. George Wilson, father of Elizabeth Wilson married to Samuel Kinkade. Samuel was the son of the George Kinkead who was killed by Indians at Jackson River, VA in 1754. George's wife Elizabeth/Alice Dean and three of their children were taken captive by these Indians, and the family story is that son Samuel found his mother, and possibly his siblings at some later point.

Ruth Cherecwich has posted this information previously about Elizabeth Dean Kinkead's rescue from death by Paul Larsh and their marriage. Samuel and Elizabeth Kinkade were in Fayette Co, PA before their move to Kentucky. Also possibly in Hampshire Co, VA as their name is listed on a deed there, or else this was due to inheriting land from Elizabeth's father George Wilson.

The following is message #4870, Dean Family Genealogy Forum, about a John Wilson who might also have been a brother to George, Samuel and William Wilson. "John Dean was Justice of Bath County when it was formed. Agnes Mcclanahan first married John Wilson and had daughter Sarah. John Wilson killed by Indians in 1756. She ( Agnes) married John Dean in Dec 1759. John's brother was William. Sisters were Sarah (Dean) Bourland, Margaret (Dean) Byrd, possibly Alice (Dean) Kincaid later Alice Larsh. Margaret Byrd and Alice Kincaid captured by Indians in 1756. John Dean raised Sarah Byrd (age about 11 in 1756)."

More information about Lt.Col. George Wilson with the Eighth PA Regiment in the Revolutionary War: "One of the most heroic marches in military history was that of Southwestern Pennsylvania's Eighth Regiment in January, 1777.

Raised for garrison duty in the west, which then included a large part of extreme Western Pennsylvania, the regiment was mustered in July 1776 at Kittanning.

In the midst of an extremely severe winter, the regiment was ordered that January to join the Continental Army in New Jersey. A great deal of sickness and suffering was endured on that march across Pennsylvania. Many men died, including its top two officers, Col Aeneas Mackay and Lt. Col. George Wilson.

Later commanded by Daniel Brodhead and Stephen Bayard, the regiment returned to Western Pennsylvania in March 1778 and served in that garrison duty until the end of the Revolutionary War."

Note: George Washington's army was in great need of more soldiers in early 1777. The small continental army had just won outstanding victories at Trenton and Princeton at Christmas, but some soldiers' enlistment time was up and they wanted to go home. So the 8th PA regiment responded to Gen. Washington's call. Lt. Col. George Wilson corresponded with James Wilson, who signed the Declaration of Independance, and they are thought to be relatives.

A number of soldiers in the 8th PA regiment were selected to join Daniel Morgan's Rifle Regiment in the spring of 1777. Morgan's Rifle Regiment is recognized for its importance in the victory at Saratoga, NY in Oct., 1777.

Samuel and Elizabeth Kinkade moved to Lawrence Co, IL very early, perhaps by 1818 when Illinois became a state. Several children of Robert and Mary (Hardin County, KY) also moved to Richland Co, IL, located next to Lawrence County, in the 1840's/50's. Albert Gallatin Kinkade, son of Samuel and Elizabeth, bought land in Richland County in the early 1850's. The Richland County, IL records on the Clan Kincaid website are from both family groups.

So Ruth and I have wondered how these family groups were related. Both Samuel and Robert were in northern KY in the late 1790's and early 1800's, and were at Ft. Pitt in 1774, Dunmore's War. I don't know where Robert was after Dec 1784 when he married Mary in Washington Co, PA and before he appeared in the Shelby Co, KY records about 1800.

There is also a group of Kincaids who were in Clay County, IL about this same time as the Lawrence/Richland county families. Clay County is just to the west of Richland. There was an Isaiah Kincaid in this group, and the story of their migration to Illinois from Ohio, and then to Texas was written and is on the Clan Kincaid website.

I'm wondering if the Arthur Perry Kinkade, who has the same DNA results as David (Winifred) Kinkead, John of Fincastle, and Robert of Hardin, was from the Clay County, IL group. I don't know of the Arthur Perry Kinkade in the pink group of the Kincaid DNA test results.

Barbara Van Hout

http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~reckertsroost/mcclan4.html

7. AGNES4 MCCLANAHAN (ROBERT3 MCCLENAHAN, JOHN2 MCCLANAHAN, THOMAS1) was born Abt. 1735 in Augusta County, Virginia. She married JOHN DEAN 26 Dec 1759 in Augusta County, Virginia. He was born Abt. 1720, and died 20 Nov 1810 in Bath County, Virginia.

More About AGNES MCCLANAHAN:

Fact 1: thur email (Source: Joe McClenahan.)

Fact 2: Becky Erickson (Source: Becky Erickson.)

More About JOHN DEAN:

Fact 1: thur email (Source: Joe McClenahan.)

Fact 2: Becky Erickson (Source: Becky Erickson.)

More About JOHN DEAN and AGNES MCCLANAHAN:

Marriage: 26 Dec 1759, Augusta County, Virginia

Children of AGNES MCCLANAHAN and JOHN DEAN are:

i. MARGARET5 DEAN, b. Abt. 1760, Augusta County, Virginia; m. WILLIAM CRAWFORD, 28 May 1788, Botetourt County, Virginia; b. Abt. 1750; d. 1792, Augusta County, Virginia.

More About MARGARET DEAN:

Fact 1: Becky Erickson (Source: Becky Erickson.)

More About WILLIAM CRAWFORD:

Fact 1: Becky Erickson (Source: Becky Erickson.)

More About WILLIAM CRAWFORD and MARGARET DEAN:

Marriage: 28 May 1788, Botetourt County, Virginia

ii. MARY SARAH DEAN, b. Abt. 1760, Augusta County, Virginia; m. WILLIAM BOURLAND, 15 Feb 1786, Augusta County, Virginia; b. Virginia; d. Aug 1787, Augusta County, Virginia.

More About MARY SARAH DEAN:

Fact 1: Becky Erickson (Source: Becky Erickson.)

More About WILLIAM BOURLAND:

Fact 1: Becky Erickson (Source: Becky Erickson.)

More About WILLIAM BOURLAND and MARY DEAN:

Marriage: 15 Feb 1786, Augusta County, Virginia

iii. ALICE DEAN, b. Abt. 1768, Augusta County, Virginia; m. JOHN KINCAID, Abt. 1790; b. 1758; d. 1835.

More About ALICE DEAN:

Fact 1: Becky Erickson (Source: Becky Erickson.)

More About JOHN KINCAID:

Fact 1: Becky Erickson (Source: Becky Erickson.)

More About JOHN KINCAID and ALICE DEAN:

Marriage: Abt. 1790

iv. NANCY AGNES DEAN, b. Abt. 1770, Augusta County, Virginia; d. Aft. 1820, Champaign County, Ohio; m. JAMES ANDERSON, 20 Apr 1790, Botetourt County, Virginia; b. Abt. 1760, Greenbrier County, Virginia; d. 1821, Champaign County, Ohio.

More About NANCY AGNES DEAN:

Fact 1: Becky Erickson (Source: Becky Erickson.)

More About JAMES ANDERSON:

Fact 1: Becky Erickson (Source: Becky Erickson.)

More About JAMES ANDERSON and NANCY DEAN:

Marriage: 20 Apr 1790, Botetourt County, Virginia