Person:Thomas Kincaid (1)

Thomas Kincaid
b.Abt 1735
  1. Thomas KincaidAbt 1735 - 1795
  2. Mary KincaidEst 1739 - Bet 1810 & 1820
  3. John Kincaid1741 - 1804
  4. James KincaidEst 1745 -
  1. Andrew KINCAID
  2. Jane KincaidAbt 1765 - 1859
  3. Mary Katherine 'Kitty' KincaidAbt 1775 - 1837
  4. Susanna KINCAIDBef 1784 -
  5. James KINCAID
Facts and Events
Name Thomas Kincaid
Gender Male
Birth? Abt 1735
Marriage to Mary Unknown
Death? 3 Mar 1795 Greenbrier County, Virginia
Alt Death[2] 28 May 1795 Greenbrier County, Virginia

Thomas Kincaid was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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DEED: 13 Oct 1779 - Thomas Kincaid and Mary his wife convey 207 ac. which they got from Jean Kincaid, widow of James. When Thomas got this land from Jean, the deed refers to him as her son. [Note: There is only one couple named Thomas Kincaid and Mary at this era in Virginia, and it's the Thomas Kincaid who lived on Turkey Creek in then Greenbrier Co. (now part of Monroe County]. {Note: James Kincaid and Jean were the parents of this Thomas Kincaid). []
LAND SURVEY: 1774, Thomas Kincaid and wife Mary had a survey on their land on Turkey Creek in [later] Greenbrier County, Virginia.
LAND SURVEY: 1774: John Kincaid and wife Agness had a survey made for land very near Thomas and Mary Kincaid in [later] Greenbrier County, Virginia. [1] [Note: John Kincaid was the brother of this Thomas Kincaid]
1784, Greenbrier County, VA Patent: Kincaid, Thomas - 120 (acres) Turkey (Creek), adj. William Poage, etc. [A History of Monroe County, West Virginia By Oren Frederic Morton, pg. 85].
1788, Greenbrier County, VA Patent: Kincaid, Thomas - 88 (acres), adj. Matthew McGlammery [A History of Monroe County, West Virginia By Oren Frederic Morton, pg. 85].

Will Abstract

1795 Will of Thomas Kincaid, Greenbrier Co.
Written 17 Apr 1794, Proven 17 Jun 1794 Rec. Greenbrier County Will Book 1:86
Names Wife Mary. children: Andrew, James, Susannah, Mary.
a half tract of land in the Henaway county to James
Witness: John Garvin, John Cantley. (Note: John Cantley was a son-in-law of Thomas Kincaid, John Garvin married Thomas Kincaid's neice, Elizabeth, daughter of Thomas' brother John Kincaid)
Exec. James Alexander, Matthew Alexander, James Gray, wife Mary.

Revolutionary War Patriot

Thomas Kincaid furnished supplies to the militia in Virginia. DAR #219278

  1.   Greenbrier, VA, in Abercrombie, Janice Luck, and Richard Slatten. Virginia Revolutionary publick [sic] claims. (Athens, Georgia: Iberian Publishing Company, c1992)
    vol. II, page 420.
  2. Soldiers of the American Revolution: who at one time were residents of, or whose graves are located in Chautauqua County, New York. (unknown: unknown, 1925).