Person:William Maloney (2)

Watchers
McKinley Maloney
d.14 Mar 1893 Wolfe Co., KY
m. 1789
  1. Mary Ann Maloney1795 - 1857
  2. Sarah Maloney1796 - 1860
  3. Jamimia Jane Maloney1797 - 1878
  4. Nancy Maloney1799 - 1854
  5. Margery Maloney1800 -
  6. William Bryant Maloney1801 - 1875
  7. Sidney Maloney1804 - 1880
  8. Ballinger Maloney1805 - 1839
  9. Jameson Maloney1807 -
  10. Susan Maloney1809 - Aft 1874
  11. John Maloney1811 - 1854
  12. _____ Maloney1812 -
  13. S. G. Maloney1816 -
  14. McKinley Maloney1818 - 1893
Facts and Events
Name McKinley Maloney
Gender Male
Birth? 1818 Lee Co., KY
Marriage 9 Sep 1836 Morgan Co., KYto Malinda Landsaw
Death? 14 Mar 1893 Wolfe Co., KY
Burial? Rose Bend Cemetary, Breathitt Co., KY

1850 Breathitt Co., KY Census

15-15, MALONEY, McKinley, 32, M, Farmer, 300, KY Malinda, 31, F, KY Ann, Eliza,12, F Wm,.10, M Eleanor, 8, F Susannah, 5, F Elizabeth, 4, F Sally, 2, F

DEATH: Died at home of his son-in-law John H. Perdue.

BURIAL: Rose Bend Cemetary, Breathitt Co., KY

REF: Lilian of Winchester

Clay Hollon gives these dates, born 1790 died 1898 age 108

!1850: 1850 Breathitt Co., KY Census

!1850: Is this William McKinley MALONEY?

!1850: 15-15, MALONEY, McKinley, 32, M, Farmer, 300, KY Malinda, 31, F, KY Ann, Eliza,12, F Wm,.10, M Eleanor, 8, F Susannah, 5, F Elizabeth, 4, F Sally, 2, F

McKinley was the s/o John Maloney and Susannah Crawford. McKinley was born about 1816 in Estill County, Kentucky. He married Malinda Landsaw d/o William Landsaw and Elizabeth Murphy. Malinda and McKinley were married 22 September, 1836 in Morgan County, Kentucky. McKinley is listed in the 1850 Breathitt County Census as a farmer. He and Malinda had 12 children. McDonaldson was their 10th child. I am greatful to Vivian Woods, d/o Georgia Maloney who sent me a copy of McKinley's family bible that revealed some of his children.


Elizabeth's Murphy's was the d/o John Murphy and Nancy Ransome. John Murphy was the son of an Irish Inn Keeper in Dublin Ireland. He stowed away on a ship going to America in 1744. The ship landed in America at Norfolk, Virginia though one old oral legend has him landing at New York City, New York. He indentured himself for an unknown period of time. John is listed in Book #44 of DAR Patriots as John Murphy b. 1730, died 13 June, 1834. He is also mentioned in Anderson C. Quisenberry's book "Revolutionary Soldiers in Kentucky" pg. 13. He fought in 1778 and 1779 and for his service he recieved 100 acres in Morgan Co., Kentucky. Land Office Military Certificate 88-124. John lived in Greenbriar, Virginia about 1800, but by 1810 he was living in Murphy's Fork, Floyd County, Kentucky. Quoted from John Murphy Family Tree- World Connect Project Rootsweb