Person:William McClintock (10)

William Alexander McClintock
m. BEF 1717
  1. William Alexander McClintock1717 - 1801
  • HWilliam Alexander McClintock1717 - 1801
  • WNancy Shanklin1723 - 1809
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
Facts and Events
Name William Alexander McClintock
Alt Name William McClintic
Gender Male
Birth? 1717 Trintagh, Ireland
Marriage 1748 Tyrone County, Irelandto Nancy Shanklin
Death? DEC 1801 Jackson River, Bath County, Virginia

William McClintock (McClintic) was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


Welcome to
Old Augusta

Early Settlers
Beverley Manor
Borden's Grant

……………………..The Tapestry
Families Old Chester OldAugusta Germanna
New River SWVP Cumberland Carolina Cradle
The Smokies Old Kentucky


Advisory on William McClintock

Caution: there was another William McClintock that was located nearby that has been sometimes confused with this William McClintock (McClintic). The other William McClintic, married Martha Scott, daughter of Robert Scott, acquired land in Beverley Manor in 1749, was living in Augusta County, and died in 1785. It is not known if there was any relationship between the two.

Will of William McClintock

From Bath County Virginia Records:

  • Pg. 198. Will of William McClintick (X), dated Nov. 22, 1801.
Wit: Charles Cameron, James Scott and Alice McClintick.
Probated Dec. 1801 Court
Exec: son Alexander and William Morris
Beq: dearly beloved wife Nancy "should remain on and have her living on the plantation I now live on during her natural life and as it's her desire that I should only leave her the following property saying that more would only be an encumbrance" 2 cows, her bed and furniture, household furniture she chooses, saddle and one horse.
Plantation to son Alexander, "his mother to live with him"
To grandson William McClintick, son of deceased son William the plantation where his mother now lives; if he dies to his brother Moses; if he dies to son Alexander. His wife to take his saddle and wearing apparel.
residue, Negroes and stock to be sold, and with bonds, notes and money due to be divided equally among sons Joseph, Robert and Alexander, daughters Margaret Morris and Nancy Millhollen (except 40 pounds bond she owes) and child of Thomas Milhollen by deceased daughter Jane.
It's my wife's desire that my Negro woman Bet and her child not be parted", so they are to be sold together. [Bath County Virginia Will Book 1, Bruns, pg. 25].
  • Pg. 204. Inventory - William McClintic. Submitted January 1802 court by John Dean, John Byrd and William McClintic.
Negro woman Betty and four children, John, Armsted, Feby and Fanny, Negro man Isaac, horses 4, cattle 18, sheep 8, hogs 15, geese 6, turkeys 2, 200 bu. corn, barricks of wheat, rye, hay and oats, quantities of unbroke hemp and flax, hides, farm implements, spinning wheels, kitchen utinsils, shoemaker's tools, 4 bu. potatoes, clothing, cloth. [Bath County Virginia Will Book 1, Bruns, pg. 25-26].

Information on William McClintock

William Alexander McClintock and his wife Nancy Shanklin McClintock came to America in 1763, according to the Revolutionary War record of their son, Joseph. The family lived in what was then Lancaster County Pennsylvania until 1773. All of the children except F. Alexander McClintock were born in Ireland. In 1773 the family moved south to Virginia. In 1774 William purchased land on the east bank of the Jackson River in Botetourt County, Virginia (which became Bath County in 1779)