Person:Margaret Renick (1)

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Margaret Renick
d.aft. 1795
m. Abt. 1744
  1. Maj. William Renick1745 - 1815
  2. Joshua "Chief Moluntha" RenickABT 1746 - 1786
  3. Thomas Renick1748 - Aft 1779
  4. George Renick1748 - ABT 1748
  5. Margaret Renick1751 - aft 1795
  6. Betsy RenickABT 1753 - ABT 1757
  7. Robert Renickabt 1755 - 1828
  • HGeorge KincaidBET 1744 AND 1746 -
  • WMargaret Renick1751 - aft 1795
m. Est. 1765-1775
  1. Andrew Kincaid1780-1804 -
  2. Thomas Kincaid1780-1804 -
  3. William Kincaid1780-1804 -
  4. Samuel Kincaid1780-1804 -
  5. John Kincaid1780-1804 -
  6. Renick Kincaid1780-1804 -
  7. Margaret Kincaid1785 -
  8. Hugh Kincaid1795 -
  9. Phebe Kincaid1795 - 1858
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Name Margaret Renick
Gender Female
Birth? August 1751 Prob. Augusta County, Virginia
Marriage Est. 1765-1775 Prob. Augusta County, Virginiato George Kincaid
Death? aft. 1795

Parentage of Margaret Renick

Margaret Renick is a daughter of Robert Renick, who was killed by Shawnee Indians near the James River in Augusta County on 25 July 1757. She is thought to be one of Robert Renick's seven children taken prisoner, along with their mother, by the Shawnee and later released:


From Chalkley's Augusta County Records:

  • 1757 - July 25th, Robert Renick, at Forks of James River, killed; Thomas Moor, at Forks of James River, killed; Mrs Renick and 7 children, at Forks of James River, prisoners.


Margaret is also named in the will of her brother, William Renick, who died before 25 April 1815 in Greenbrier County:


  • Page 8--Will of William Rennick of Greenbrier County. Niece, Rebecca Rennick, daughter of his brother Robert; nephews and nieces (brothers and sisters of Rebecca), viz: William, Franklin, Sally and Frances Rennick; niece, Polly Rennick, now married to William Dotton; niece, Pheby Kinkead; niece, Margaret Kinkead, wife of Daniel Alison; sister, Margaret Kinkead. Dated 29th July, 1814. Codicil, 16th March, 1815. Devisee, John Vincent and wife. Recorded in Greenbrier, 25th April, 1815.