Facts and Events
William McClintock was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia
Advisory on William McClintock
Caution: there was another William McClintock (McClintic) that was located nearby that has been sometimes confused with this William McClintock. The other William McClintic, married Nancy Shanklin, supposedly migrated to Virginia in 1763, and died in nearby Bath County, Virginia in 1801. It is not known if there was any relationship between the two.
Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA
William McClintock's land (Beverley Manor SW, 360 acres, 1749) as shown on the map meticulously drawn by J.R. Hildebrand, cartographer. This map is copyrighted©, used by permission of John Hildebrand, son of J.R. Hildebrand, April, 2009.
Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:
- Page 538.--27th February, 1749. Same (From William Beverley) to William McClintock, 360 acres in Beverley Manor, cor. Robert Young, a branch under the Sugar Loaf. Delivered to William McClintock August, 1775. Teste: Thomas Henderson, Thomas Rutledge, Robert Ramsey.
Will of William McClintock
- Page 488.--2d September, 1783. William McClintock's will--To wife, Martha, and after her death to son, Samuel, sole executrix; to son, William; to son, Samuel; to 3 married daughters, Francis Clark, Margaret Dogherty, Martha Philson; to 2 daughters, Prepare and Elizabeth, 400 acres on Cove Creek in Greenbrier County; to John McClintock, son to William McClintock; to grandson, John McClintock Dogherty. Teste: John Young, Samuel and Wm. Clark. Proved, 17th May, 1785, by Young, and 20th September, 1785, by Samuel Clark. Martha McClintock qualifies.
- Vol. 1 - MAY 17, 1785. - (23) Will of William McClintock partly proved.
- Page 506.--23d November, 1785. William McClintock's estate appraised by John Young, Pallmore, Jno. Handly.
- Vol. 1 - OCTOBER 18, 1791. - (13) William Moffet, &c., to superintend the proportion alloted by the will of William McClintock, deceased, to his widow and relict, Martha McClintock.
Processioning List of 1767/68
- "Processioning" was the periodic review and agreement of property lines between settler's lands. Processioning Lists are useful in determining the general area of a settlers lands and their neighbors at specific time periods:
- Page 442.--Processioned by Wm. Bell, George Berry, Wm. McPheeters, James Syers, 1768-7, viz: For John McCleerey, for Thos. Kirkpatrick, for James Peerey, for Saml. McNab, for Mathew Wilson, for Alex. McKinney. for David Stewart, for Robert McKittrick, for John Kirk, for Wm. Crawford, for Rob. Wallace, for Rob. Philips, for James Bell, Sr., for Charles Cummins, for John Jamison, for Mathias Gabort, for William Dean, for William Lockhart, for Patrick Lockhart, for Wm. McClintock, for John Campbell, for John Philips, for James Philips, for David Trimble, for Sampson Sawyers, for James Sawyers, for John Stewart, for Elizabeth Wallace, for Wm. Hodge, for Maj. Jno. Brown, for Thos. Brown, for James Bell, Jr.
Records of William McClintock in Augusta County, VA
From Chalkley's Augusta County Records:
- Vol. 2 - MUSTER LIST OF 1742 - Capt. John Willson's Lists: John Wilson, Captain; Sam Calehison, Nathan Lusk, John Shields, John Greer, John Patterson, George Davison. John Hunter, Wm. Hunter, James Hunter, John Rusk, James Clark, Wm. Vance, Rob Croket, John Trumble, Wm. King, Sa. Walace, John Spear, Thomas Peery, Alex. McConnel, Rob. Young, James Young, Jacob Lockard, Patt. Cook, James Lockard, William McCutcheon, James McCutcheon, Rob. McCutcheon, Alex. Crocket, Wm. Camble, Nathl. Davis, James Philip, John Barclay, James Lusk, James Trumble, Benj. Walker, Wm. Leadgerwood, Morris Offral, Rob Davies, John Brown, Wm. McClantok, Wm. Johnson, John Young, Hugh Young, Thos. Kirkpatrick, David Camble, John McCutcheon.
- Vol. 1 - August 20, 1746 - (73) John Brown to be overseer of same road from King's to C. H. with following tithables: Hugh Spears, John McKenney, Thomas Peary, John Bartley, Patrick Martin, James Phillips, James Bell, George Vance, James Montgomery, Thomas Kill Patrick, John Spears, Saml. Wallace, Wm. McClintock, John Davis.
- Page 642.--28th February, 1749. Same to same (From William Beverley to Robert Young, planter (farmer)), 550 acres whereon he now lives. In Beverley Manor whereon Robert now lives. Corner in his former survey; corner William McClintock; corner Hugh Young; John Browne's line.
- Page 284.--3d May, 1751. Andrew McClure, planter, and Eleanor, to Alexander Richey, blacksmith, 300 acres in Beverley Manor, tract surveyed for Saml. Templeton; Wm. McClintock's line; Adam Thompson's line. Teste: Michael Realy, Robert Gray.
- Vol. 1 - NOVEMBER 21, 1752. - (410) Maurice O'Frield, John Trimble, Wm. McFeeters, Wm. Martain, James Young, Jacob Lockart, James Vance, Patrick Martin, Wm. McClintock, Rob. Young, Thos. Piery, John Campbell, James Peary, Robert Davis, James Philips, John Spear, John McMurry, Alexr. McMurry, David Stuard, Hugh Young, John Jameson, Rob. McClellon and John Brown--to work the road under Saml. Wallace from top of North Mountain to this Co. Ho.
- Vol. 1 - 1753-1754, Pt. 1. - Petitioners ask that the following be assigned to work the road from James Young's mill to John Buchanan's mill: John Buchanan, James Clark's tithables, Jacob Lockhart's tithables, Thomas Kirkpatrick's tithables, John Bertly, George Bertly, William Martin, Josias Richards, William McFetters' tithables, John Jameson, James Young, Hugh Young, Robert Young's tithables, William McClintog, William Ledgerwood, John Trimble, Moses A'Friel's tithables, Samuel Wallis, Robert Davis, Robert McClenan's tithables, James Moody's tithables, James Philips, William Eckrey, Corneles Donahow, Alexander Ritchey, to be overseer; Adam Thomson, to be overseer; George Peevy, Adam Thomson's tithables, Thomas Peevy, William McNabe, Robert Scoat, Thomas Reed, Abraham Masha, Francis Dune, Mager Scoat, John Bingham's tithables, John Black's tithables, Samuel Downey, Alexander McFetters, Andrew Cowen, James McCorkell, John Vance, James Gilmor, Alexander Ritchie's tithables, Patrick Martin's tithables.
- Vol. 1 - May, 1753. Road established from Brown's bridge to the Glebe land, and Robert Campbell and John Trimble be surveyors, and with James Lusk, they clear and keep the same in order. We do appoint Robert Campbell and John Trimble overseers from John Brown's bridge to the Gleve House and the undernamed persons to clear the same: James Lusk, Robert Roberson, Samuel McCuchen, William Hunter, James Hunter, Robert Campbell's man, Mathew Wilson, William Wilson, John Wilson, Jr., John McCleery, James McCleery, Thomas Kirkpatrick and son, John Peevy, James Clarck, John Clarck, James Clark, Jr., Jacob Lockhart, James Lockhart, John Birtly, Josias Richards, William Marten, George Berry, William McFeeters, John McFeeters, William McFeeters, Jr., John Jameson, Patrick Marten, Joseph Marten, William Ward, Moses O'Freel and his man, Robert Philips, Robert Davis, Thomas Reed, Robert Scott, John Vance, Andrew Foster, William Bell, Alexander McKiney, John Speer, Abraham Mathan (Mashaw), Robert Young, John Young, Samuel Young, Hugh Young and his man, John Campbell, George Peevy, Robert McClenan, William Eackry, James Bell, Andrew Steel and his man, John McKiney, Patrick McCloskey, John McSlenan, John McCuchan, Samuel McCuchan, William McClintock, Thomas Peevy, James McCuchen, Duncken McFarlen.
- Vol. 1 - MARCH 21, 1753. - (414) John Buchanan, James Clark, Jacob Lockhart, Thomas Kirkpatrick, John Berry, John Bartley, Wm. Martin, Josias Richards, William McFeeters, John Jameson, James Young, Hugh Young, Robert Young, William McClintock, Wm. Ledgerwood, John Trimble, Maurice O'Frield, Samuel Wallace, Robert Davis, Robert McClenon, James Moody, James Philips, Wm. Akry, Cornelius Donaho, George Peary, Adam Thompson, Thomas Peary, John Campbell, James Peary, Wm. McNab, Robert Scot, Thomas Reed, Abraham Masha, Thomas Dunn, Francis Dunn, Major Scot, John Bigham, John Black, Samuel Downing, Alexr. McFeeters, Andrew Cowan, James McCorkle, John Vance, James Gilmore and Patrick Martin--to keep road formerly laid off from James Young's Mill to said Buchanan's Mill.
- Page 52.--21st May, 1754. James Brown's sale bill of household goods to John Cochran. Teste: Robert Hastings, Wm. McClintock.
- Page 495.--7th March, 1755. Hugh (his mark) Young, plantationer, to John Young, son of Hugh. Consideration, paternal love, 250 acres in Beverley Manor, part of land on which Hugh now lives on Back Creek; corner to Robt. Young on Back Creek; corner both of Hugh's old surveys; Wm. McClintock's line; corner Capt. Patrick Mortin's line. Teste: John and Samuel Young. Livery of seisin before Hugh (his mark) Young. Delivered: Hugh Young, May, 1759. Livery of seisin signed by Robt. Young.
- Page 499.--18th March, 1755. Robert Young, plantationer, to James Young, his son, paternal regard and affectionate love, £25, paid by Samuel Young, brother said James Young, 150 acres in Beverley Manor, part of land where Robert now dwells, and part of 550 acres conveyed to Robert by Beverley; corner Samuel Young; Wm. McClintock's line. Livery, &c., by branches of a white oak and hicory. Teste: John Sims, &c. Delivered: James Young, March, 1758.
- Page 503.--18th March, 1755. Robert Young Sr., plantationer to Robert Young Jr., son of Robert, Sr., affection and £25 paid by John Young. brother of Robert, Jr.; 105 acres in Beverley Manor, part of where Robert, Sr., dwells and part of 550 acres; Wm. McClintock's line; corner James Young's part; Samuel Young's line. Livery by a key in door of mansion house Delivered: James Young.
- Page 335.-- 24th February, 1760. Alexander Ritchey and Mary M. to Joseph Kenaday, £66, 300 acres in Beverley Manor; corner tract surveyed for Samuel Templeton; Wm. McClintock's line; Adam Thompson's line. Teste: Hugh ( ) Young, Robt. ( ) Allen, Wm. Stewart.
- Page 30.---28th August. 1762. Samuel Young and Jannet ( ) to John Brown. £108, 295 acres in Beverley Manor on Young's Mill Creek, conveyed by Robert Young to Samuel Young, adjoining land of said John Brown, John Young, Wm. McClintig, James Young; cor. Robet Young, Jr., Major Brown's old line. Delivered: Jno. Brown, 1764.
- Page 849.--22d February, 1765. William Shannon and Jean ( ) to Robert Scott, £29, 221 acres conveyed to William by Michael Harper, 26th January, 1760, on the New Foundland Creek; corner John Botkin; corner land in possession of Carlile. Teste: Wm. and John McPheeters, John Jameson, William McClintock. Delivered: Robert Scott, November, 1767.
- Page 29.--6th April, 1768. Samuel McNabb and Isabel) ( ) to Jacob Gabhart, 10 shillings, 225 acres, part of a larger tract surveyed for Thomas Percy, deceased, in Beverley Manor conveyed to him, 28th February, 1749, this part being bounded, viz., joining John Campbell, William McClintick and James Percy. Teste: Mathias Gabert, William Jamison, Andrew Thompson. Delivered: Jacob Gabhert, August Court, 1769.
- Vol. 1 - MAY, 1768 (A). - Same (Israel Christian) vs. William McClintock.--Account.
- Vol. 1 - MAY, 1768 (A). - Wm. McClintock, debtor. 1762, November; December 17th, per your daughter; December 30, per your daughter; July 18, per widow Vance; 1764, April. Credit, 1763, December 2d, by sundries; December 17. Wm. McClintock, debtor. Sundries.
- Page 26.--16th August, 1769. Jacob Gabbert and Barbara ( ) to Frederick Hanger, £60, 226 acres conveyed to Jacob by McNabb, 7th April, 1768, joining John Campbell, Wm. McClintock and James Peary. Delivered: Fred. Hanger, 26th June, 1771.
- Page 139.--17th October, 1769. James Young to Mathias Gabert, £__, 150 acres in Beverley Manor, transferred to James by his father Robert by deed of gift; corner Samuel Young, William McClintock's line. Agness ( ) Young, widow of Robert, release dower in above. Delivered: Mathias Gabbert, 1780.
- Page 72.--26th November, 1771. Robert. Young, formerly of Augusta County, but now of South Carolina, yeoman, to Mathias Gabbert, 105 acres in Beverley Manor, conveyed to Robert by his father, and part of 550 purchased by Robert's father from Beverley. corner Wm. McClintock in James Young's part of said 550 acres. Samuel Young's line.
- Page 268.--27th October. 1773. Robert Scott's will--To Martha McClintock, £5; to executors, all remainder of estate to pay them for their trouble. Executors, Wm. McClintock, John Young. Teste: William McClintock, Jr., Preepare McClintock. Proved. 20th September, 1774, by the witnesses. William McClintock qualifies (his mark) with Mathew Reed, John Clark. (Note: Robert Scott appears to be the father-in-law of William McClintock).
- Vol. 1 - MAY 19, 1779. - (463) Admn. of estate of John McClintock, deceased, is granted to Wm. McClintock, whose security is William McClintock, Sr. (Note: John McClintock was the son of William McClintock).
- Page 20.-(undated, appears to be abt. 1779) - In Beverley Manor, part of the plantation William McClintiic lives on, corner Jacob Helford.
- Page 362.-(undated, appears to be abt. 1784) - Part of a tract whereon Wm. McClintock lives.
- Vol. 2 - Marriage Bond in Augusta County - 1786--August 18, Christopher Trotter and Prepare McClintick; surety, Wm. McClintock. (Note: Prepare McClintock was the daughter of William McClintock, but since William McClintock had died in 1785, it was probably William McClintock, Jr. that acted as surety for this marriage bond).
- Page 297.--21st April, 1789. George Eagle and Elizabeth to Peter Genewin, part of tract whereon Wm. McClintock lived, corner George Caller; corner Jacob Helford, Morris's Draft.