Person:John McKim (6)

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John McKim, Jr., Merchant
d.16 Jan 1842
m. 11 July 1793
  1. David Telfair McKim1794 - 1847
Facts and Events
Name John McKim, Jr., Merchant
Gender Male
Birth[2] 28 Mar 1766 Baltimore, Baltimore County, Maryland
Marriage 11 July 1793 to Margaret Telfair
Other[1] 21 Jul 1799 Staunton, Virginia, United Statesnamed in Will of Thomas Barry, friend
Death[2] 16 Jan 1842

John McKim, Jr. was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Records in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:

Vol 1, p 68 -
21st July, 1799. Thomas Barry's will, of Staunton, merchant
To John McKim, Jr., and Andrew Barry, all land in trust;
to Agness Barry, daughter, infant;
to mother, Sarah Barry;
sister, Elenor Barry;
brother, Andrew Barry.
Executors, trustees above.
Teste: Wm. S. Moore, N. Owings. J. Patterson.
Proved, 29th April, 1800.
Owings and Moore live in Baltimore. Commission awarded.

Vol 1, p 123 -
6th February, 1800. Thomas Barry's estate appraised.

  • Vol. 2 - CIRCUIT COURT RECORDS. SEPTEMBER, 1799 (M to G). - John McKim, Jr., vs. Robert and William Scott--Debt. Writ to Rockbridge County, 25th May, 1798.
References
  1. Will Abstract of Thomas Barry, in Chalkley, Lyman. Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish settlement in Virginia: Extracted from the Original Court Records of Augusta County, 1745-1800. (Rosslyn, Virginia: The Commonwealth Printing Company, 1912-1913 in Three Volumes), Secondary quality.

    Vol 1, p 68 -
    21st July, 1799. Thomas Barry's will, of Staunton, merchant
    To John McKim, Jr., and Andrew Barry, all land in trust;
    to Agness Barry, daughter, infant;
    to mother, Sarah Barry;
    sister, Elenor Barry;
    brother, Andrew Barry.
    Executors, trustees above.
    Teste: Wm. S. Moore, N. Owings. J. Patterson.
    Proved, 29th April, 1800.
    Owings and Moore live in Baltimore. Commission awarded.

    Vol 1, p 123 -

    6th February, 1800. Thomas Barry's estate appraised.

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