Eunice Kincaid: Birth: ABT 1839.
Archillis "Kellis" "Kell" Kincaid: Birth: 25 APR 1841 in Fayette County, West Virginia. Death: 3 MAY 1928 in Clay Court House, Henry District, Clay County, West Virginia
James H. Kincaid: Birth: ABT 1844.
Jane Kincaid: Birth: ABT 1848. Death: 29 MAY 1879
Title: "Virginia, Marriages 1740-1850," (index-only)
Publication: <i>Ancestry</i>, citing Dodd, Jordan R., et al., <i>Early American Marriages: Virginia to 1850</i>, Precision Indexing Publishers, Bountiful, Utah
Note: See "History of Fayette County" 1926, pg. 537 In the Kincaid Family Bible he is listed as being born on Monday the 31st day of January 1816. In 1816 the 31st of January was a Wednesday.
1840 U.S. Federal Census searching....
1850 U.S. Federal Census Fayette County, (West) Virginia The 14th District Enumerated by me on the 27th & 28th day of August, 1850. H.B.- Hamilton, Ass't Marshal. Sheet No. 366A-366B HH #467-467 James Kincaid 31 M farmer $400 Margaret Kincaid 39 F Eunis Kincaid 11 F Achillis Kincaid 8 M Perry Kincaid 7 M James Kincaid 6 M Jane Kincaid 3 F Hans Kincaid 8/12 M (14-73 & 74 in file)
1860 U.S. Federal Census Fayette County, (West) Virginia Sheet No. 335 & 336 HH #189-166 James Kincaid 41 Virginia Margaret Kincaid 45 Virginia Eunice Kincaid 21 Virginia Akellas Kincaid 19 Virginia Perry Kincaid 19 Virginia James Kincaid 15 Virginia Jane Kincaid 12 Virginia Hanse Kincaid 10 Virginia Mary M. Kincaid 8 Virginia (335 & 336 in file)
Loose papers in Fayette County, West Virginia https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/3:1:3QSQ-G9VT-QCBT?i=391&cat=302047
1870 U.S. Federal Census Fayette County, West Virginia Kincaid, James Kincaid, Margaret Kincaid, Perry Kincaid, Jane Kincaid, Hance (7 in file)
1880 U.S. Federal census Fayette County, West Virginia Kanawha Sheet No. 59C Kincaid, J. G. M W 61 married farmer WV WV WV Kincaid, Margaret F W 65 wife married WV WV WV Kidd, Emma F W 19 other single House Keeper Hired WV WV WV (in file)
James. G. Kincaid Will In the name of God, Amen I J. G. Kincaid considering the uncertainty of life so make this my last will and testament .....next 2 lines unreadable...ner corresponding to my estate and situation in life, but with reasonable experience consistent therewith and as to each worldly estate as I may disposed? or possessed of, I dispose of the same as follows:
1. First, I give that tract of land situate on the west side of Lower Loup Creek in Fayette County known as the old Likens Place and on which the Rinehart boys now unto my wife Julia A. Kincaid for and during her natural life; I also give her in fee Simple all my household goods and furniture, plate, chinaware, household linen, books paintings and prints together with all the utensils of every sort, and all the provisions and supplies of all kinds in an belonging to my house wherever we may reside at the time of my death: Also one good milk cow and one good riding horse with ladies saddle. Also three hundred dollars in each. II. Secondly, from and after the death of my said wife Julia A. Kincaid, I give said real estate, the Likens farm to my four sons Perry Kincaid Jas H. Kincaid, Hance I. Kincaid and Kellis Kincaid to be shared equally among them, and I direct that said farm upon the death of my said wife be divided in four equal fractions by direct lines running west from Loup Creek to the back line and I appoint J. B. Settle and J. T. Harvey to partition and apportion said land and give to each my sons named an equal share, or upon the agreement of all four of my sons mentioned they may sell said land and apportion the proceeds of said sell. III. Thirdly. I give and bequeath unto my son Jas. H. Kincaid, that lot an parcel of land situate in Dufwater known as the Farley lot, on the west side of Loup Creek, unto him and his heirs forever. IIII. Fourthly. I give and bequeath unto my son Hance I. Kincaid that lot an parcel of land situate in Dufwater on the west side of Loup Creek lying east of the Farley lot purchased from C.? J. Sutherland and wife, to him and his heirs forever. V. Fifthly. I give and bequeath unto my son Perry Kincaid that lot an parcel of land on which the store house stands situate in the town of Deepwater together with all the appurtenances thereto belonging to him and his heirs forever. VI. Sixthly. I give and bequeath unto my son Kellis Kincaid that lot an parcel of land situate in the town of Deepwater on the south side of turnpike? opposite store house lot, together with all the appurtenances thereto belonging to him and his heirs forever. VII. Seventhly. I give and bequeath unto my daughter Mary M. Ford the sum of two hundred dollars. VIII. Eightly. I give and bequeath to my granddaughter Minnie Harper? the sum of five dollars. VIIII. Ninthly. I give and bequeath unto my granddaughter ??? Harper daughter of ??? Harper the sum of five dollars. X. Tenthly. I give and bequeath the remainder of my personal and real estate not herein disposed of to my four sons and one daughter, namely Mary M. Ford, Perry Kincaid, Kellis Kincaid, Jas. H. Kincaid and Hance I. Kincaid, to be distributed equally amont them, to have and to hold to them and their heirs forever. XI. Eleventhly. I appoint Perry Kincaid and J. T. Harvey a executors of this will. XII. Twelfthly. I direct that J. T. Harvey shall bave possession of the store room, stock, books to in which the firm of Kincaid and Harvey are now doing business and shall have twelve months after the date of my decease in which to settle up the affairs of said firm according to contract now existing as equal partners. Witness my hand this 21st day of November 1896. J. G. Kincaid Witness: J. B. Settle J. T. Harvey In Vocation In the office of the Clerk of the county Court of Fayette County, West Virginia August 30, 1897 This day there was presented and offered for probate a proper writing pruporting to be the last will and testament of J. G. Kincaid, late of this county deceased, and after hearing the evidence of J. B. Settle and J. T. Harvey the two subscribing witnesses thereto as the signature of the said J. G. Kincaid to said will and the genuineness of the same, and no objection appearing thruto, the said writing is hereby admitted to record as and for the last will and testament of him the said J. G. Kincaid, deceased. Thereupon, Perry Kincaid, one of the executors named in said will, J. T. Harvey the other executor having refused to qualify, appeared and took the oath prescribed by law and together with Kellis Kincaid, James H. Kincaid, Thomas F. Ford and L. G. Gaines his sureties entered into and acknowledged a bond in the penalty of four thousand dollars conditioned as the law directs, and J. T. Harvey, L. S. Farr and S. T. Nitter are hereby appointed appraisers to appraise the estate of the said J. G. Kincaid, deceased and make their report as the law directs. Teste: J. T. Grose, Clerk
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