Person:James Kincaid (13)

James Kincaid
m. 1774
  1. Jane Kincaid1775 -
  2. Anne Kincaid1776 - 1835
  3. Mary Kincaid1778 - 1829
  4. Margaret Kincaid1780 -
  5. William Kincaid1784 - 1834
  6. Elizabeth Kincaid1786 - 1827
  7. Rebecca Kincaid1787 - 1810
Facts and Events
Name[1] James Kincaid
Gender Male
Birth[2][3] Bet 1753 and 1756 Belfast, Antrim County, Northern Ireland
Marriage 1774 Fairfield County, South Carolinato Mary Curry McMorries
Other[1] 1800 Charleston, South CarolinaAlt. Death
Death[2][3] 10 Oct 1801 Charleston, South Carolina
Occupation? Plantation farmer.
Other[1] South Carolina State Legislature Elected
Military[1][2][4] Commanded a troup of cavalry at the battle of Eutaw, in which he greatly distinguished himself. Military Service; Revolutionary War
Burial[1] Ebenzer ARP Church, Fairfield County, South Carolina

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James Kincaid was the first purchaser and raiser of cotton in the upper country

and did more than any other individual to enrich it by giving encouragement to

the production of that great staple of South Carlonia.

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References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Fitz Hugh McMaster. History of Fairfield County South Carolina from Before the White Man Came to 1942. (1946).
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 South Carolina Revolutionary War Roster.
  3. 3.0 3.1 Bobby Gilmer Moss. Roster of South Carolina Patriots in the American Revolution. (1983).
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    Served as a Revolutionary War soldier serving under Gen. Sumpter and Gen.
    Marion in the South Carolina Militia.  He was in the Battle of Cowpens and was
    wounded at the Battle of Eutaw Springs.

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