Person:Robert McClintock (1)

m. 1748
  1. Joseph McClintic1752 - 1837
  2. Margaret McClintic1753 - AFT 1808
  3. Jane McClintic1754 - ABT 1801
  4. Nancy McClintic1756 -
  5. Robert McClintic1757 - 1845
  6. William Alexander McClintic, II1759 - 1786
  7. Alexander McClintic1765 - 1848
  • HRobert McClintic1757 - 1845
  • WJane Mann1766 - 1855
m. 1781
  1. Jane Mann McClintic1782 - 1832
  2. William McClintic1784 - 1874
  3. Alexander McClintic1787 - 1862
  4. Moses McClintic1789 - 1856
  5. Archibald McClintic1793 - 1872
  6. Nancy McClintic1795 - 1865
  7. John McClintic1797 -
  8. Sarah 'Sally' McClintic1798 -
  9. Rev. Robert McClintic1800 - 1883
  10. Joseph McClintic1803 - 1854
Facts and Events
Name Robert McClintic
Unknown Robert McClintock
Gender Male
Birth? 1757 Tyrone County, Ireland
Marriage 1781 to Jane Mann
Death? 21 July 1845 Williamsburg, Greenbrier County, West Virginia

Robert McClintic was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records: [unless listed otherwise]

  • Vol. 2 - McClintic vs. Mann--O. S. 270; N. S. 95--Bill, 26th July, 1807, by Robert McClintic and Jane, his wife; W. H. Cavendish and wife, Alice; Alexander McClintic and wife, Sarah; which Jane, Alice and Sarah are daughters of William Mann, Sr., deceased, and sisters of William Mann, Jr., deceased. William, Sr., died, testate, will dated 3d February, 1778, and recorded in Botetourt. William Mann, Jr., died 1794 under age. Moses and John Mann are sons of William, Sr. Deed, 10th December, 1799, by Moses Mann and Sarah; John Mann and Archibald Mann, devisees of William Mann, deceased, of Bath County to Alexander McClintic, 163 acres, patented to William Mann 15th September, 1789, in Bath on Jackson's River. Recorded in Bath County, December, 1799. William Mann, Sr., had a son Thomas, who had a son William Thomas Mann. Will of William Mann of Botetourt. Wife, Jane; oldest son, Moses, infant; second son, Thomas, infant; third son, William, infant; fourth son, John, infant; eldest daughter, Ealse; second daughter, Jenny; third daughter, Sarah. Thos. Madison, James Graham, Ro. Armstrong, Jr., executors. Dated 3d February, 1778. Recorded in Botetourt, November, 1778. Jane Mann deposes, at house of Robert Kincaid in Bath, 28th April, 1808. William Mann died 20th March, 1778. Jane is the widow. Their son William died an infant. William, Sr., also had a son Archibald. Wm. H. Cavindish married the widow McClintick Jane's daughter. John Kincaid deposes, at John Mann's house on Jackson's River in Bath County, 6th June, 1818, remembers that he came to this section 12 or 18 months before battle of Guilford, at which time Mrs. Mann, mother of defendant Moses, was in possession of the land.
  • Robert McClintic is listed in the Revolutionary War Pension Application File of his brother, William McClintic (1759-1786), as follows:
query letter in file states soldier served in 8th Virginia Regiment; query letter in file in 1836 from Edith (Mrs. Eldo W.) Wood, Huntingburg, Indiana, was descendant of Virginia Revolutionary War soldier Robert McClintic who was born 1760 in Bath [then Augusta] County, Virginia, died 1844 in Greenbrier County, Virginia, & married Jane Mann of Alleghany County, Virginia.

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