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Record in Orange County, VA
- Frederick County,Virginia - Oct 9 1752 NNMS-II-135 Robert Rutherford, assignee of Rebecca Calvert & Ann Calvert Kinkiad (sic) no war(t), date from survey Oct 9 1752-Dec 31 1757 400a on Red Bud Run a branch of Opekon surveyed in 1732 (752a) from John Calvert who willed to three children. Rebecca & Ann sold their part adjoining Enoch Pearson, Isaac Hollingsworth, Great waggon road, Richard Calvert, Geo.Bruce cc Edward Griffith, Rich'd Abbet,Thomas Spencer & Wm Duckworth.
Ann Calvert was named in the will of her father, John Calvert, proven 28 June 1739 in Orange County, Virginia, as follows:
- I give and appoint my son Richard Calvert the remainder of my home tract of land (when his mother's part is first taken off) to live upon during his said mother's lifetime and at her decease I give unto my two youngest daughters Rebecca and Ann Colvert each two hundred acres of land to be taken and laid of my said home plantation at the lower end thereof out of what is before appointed to my son Richard Colvert, my present dwelling house and the remains of the said nine hundred and ninety two acres thereto belonging to him after the death of his mother.
- To my three daughters Margaret, Rebecca and Ann a bay mare with a star in her forehead.
Ann Calvert married 1st Burroughs Kincaid abt. 1760, probably in Virginia. They had two children, David Kincaid [b. abt. 1760/61] and Phoebe Kincaid [b. abt. 1762/63]. According to some accounts, Burroughs Kincaid was killed by Indians in 1763. Burroughs Kincaid died intestate (without a will) in Virginia, and Ann was named administratrix of her husband's estate in Augusta County, Virginia, as listed in the following Chalkley's records:
- Page 276.--20th September, 1763. Ann Kinkead's bond (with Thomas Stevenson, Joseph Kinkead) as administratrix of Burrows Kinkead.
- Vol. 1 - SEPTEMBER 20, 1763. - (215) Ann Kinkead qualified admx. of her husband, Burrough Kinkead.
Ann Calvert married 2nd, Robert Williams, abt. 6 July 1765 in Augusta County, Virginia. Their marriage license is listed in the following Chalkley's record (although her name was not listed in the record):
- Vol. 2 - MARRIAGES LICENSES IN AUGUSTA COUNTY., 1765-- July 6, Robert Williams. [note: bride's name not listed].
In the will of Robert Williams written 13 September 1786 in Sullivan County, Tennessee, he mentions Ann, her son David Kincaid, and her nephew David Kincaid (son of Ann's sister Rebecca Calvert, as follows:
- And further, I appoint and nominate my wife Ann, her son David Kinkead, and David Kinkead her sister's son (sic) to be my sole Executors of this my last Will and Testament, making void all other Wills and Testaments heretofore made.
- ↑ Ancestry.com/Ancestry Family Trees: Public Members Trees.