Person:Andrew McCartney (1)

Andrew McCartney
b.abt. 1749/50 County Cork, Ireland
  • F.  McCartney (add)
  1. John McCarneybef 1742 -
  2. Thomas McCartneyest 1742-1752 -
  3. Andrew McCartneyabt 1749/50 - 1815
m. 1770
  1. Sarah McCartneyabt 1774 - aft 1850
  2. Thomas McCartney1775 - 1863
  3. Margaret McCartneyest 1777 -
  4. Andrew McCartney1784 -
Facts and Events
Name Andrew McCartney
Gender Male
Birth? abt. 1749/50 County Cork, Ireland
Marriage 1770 Bath County, Virginiato Sarah Weinebright
Death[1] 1815 Bablin, Lewis County, Virginia
Burial[1] 1815 Thomas McCartney Cemetery, Bablin, Lewis County, West Virginia

Andrew McCartney was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:

  • Alexander Wiley sold (some or all of the land acquired on New River (also known as Kanawha River) in 1765) land to Andrew McCartney, prior to 21 June 1791. (see record below)

Records of Andrew McCartney in Augusta County

From Chalkley's Augusta County Records:

  • Vol. 1 - JUNE 21, 1791. - (471) Margaret, wife of Alexander Wiley, relinquishes dower in deed to Andrew McCartney.

Information on Andrew McCartney

From Rootsweb message board:

Previous to this time, the MCCARTNEYS lived in Frederick County, Pendleton County, and Bath County, Va. In Bath County, Andrew MCCARTNEY obtained land from one Alexander Wiley. On June 21, 1791, in Augusta County, Margaret, wife of Alexander Wiley, relinquished her dower in the deed to said Andrew MCCARTNEY. This Andrew MCCARTNEY is presumed to be the brother of Thomas and John MCCARTNEY, all three who settled in the Collins settlement in what is now Lewis County, WV.


Andrew McCartney Descendancy Chart at VAGenweb [1]

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    Pvt Andrew McCartney

    Birth: 1750, County Cork, Ireland
    Death: 1815, Bablin, Lewis County, West Virginia, USA