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Caldwell-Kennedy Family History

Stephen P. Burke (View posts)
Posted: 6 Aug 2006 1:57AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Caldwell, Kennedy, Kincaid
Beverly,

Maybe this will help and maybe not.

Sterve Burke

Descendants of John Kennedy, Sr.


Generation No. 1

1. John1 Kennedy, Sr. died 1813 in Tennessee. He married Elizabeth. She died 16 May 1805.

Children of John Kennedy and Elizabeth are:
2. i. ELIZABETH2 KENNEDY, b. 02 Aug 1766, Burke County, North Carolina; d. 08 Sep 1846.
ii. JOHN KENNEDY, JR., d. 26 Dec 1780.
iii. JOSEPH KENNEDY.
iv. THOMAS KENNEDY1, m. AGNES.

More About THOMAS KENNEDY:
Military service: Brigadier General - during the Revolutionary Was.
Note #1: He erected Kennedy Fort in Kentucky in 1780.


Generation No. 2

2. Elizabeth2 Kennedy (John1)2,3 was born 02 Aug 1766 in Burke County, North Carolina, and died 08 Sep 1846. She married (1) William Caldwell. She married (2) William Caldwell4 17 Aug 1786 in Lincoln County, Kentucky. He was born 31 Jul 1767 in (probably Virginia), and died Aft. Aug 1823 in Bath County, Kentucky5.

More About Elizabeth Kennedy:
Burial: Indian Point Cemetery, Menard County, Illinois
Cemetery: Indian Point Cemetery, Menard County, Illinois.

Child of Elizabeth Kennedy and William Caldwell is:
i. ELIZABETH3 CALDWELL6, b. 18 Jul 1796; d. 17 May 1856, (near Greenview), Menard County, Illinois; m. (1) EDWARD SWINEY, 21 Jun 1819, Bath County, Kentucky; d. 1825, Drown in the Mississippi River.; m. (2) GEORGE MILLER, 10 Mar 1827.

More About ELIZABETH CALDWELL:
Residence: Moved to Illinois in 1834.

More About EDWARD SWINEY:
Newspaper Article: Ned


Child of Elizabeth Kennedy and William Caldwell is:
ii. ANN PATTERSON3 CALDWELL7,8,9,10,11,12,13, b. 08 Aug 1787, Montgomery County, Kentucky; d. 20 Mar 1879, Indian Point, Menard County, Illinois; m. ANDREW KINCAID14,15,16,17,18,19,20, 23 Aug 1803, Montgomery County, Kentucky21,22; b. 12 Dec 1784, (near Carlisle), Cumberland County, Pennsylivana; d. 28 Aug 1872, Athens, Indian Point, Menard County, Illinois23.

More About ANN PATTERSON CALDWELL:
Age at death (Facts Pg): 91 years, 7 months, 12 days.
Burial: Indian Point Cemetery, Menard County, Illinois
Church Membership: Joined the Concord Presbyterian Chuch of Nicholas Co., Ky. in 1824 with her husband.
Church Membership #2: Joined the North Sangamon Presbyterian Church on June 13, 1835.
Married By:: Rev. Joseph P. Howe, Springfield Church.

More About ANDREW KINCAID:
Age at death (Facts Pg): 87 years, 7 mo., 25 days.
Burial: Indian Point Cemetery, Menard County, Illinois
Church Membership: New Concord Presbyterian Church, Nicholas County, KY.
Church Membership #3: North Sangamon Presbyterian Church on 13 Jun 1835.
Married By:: Rev. Joseph P. Howe
Residence: Moved from Cumberland Co., PA. to Bath Co., KY. in 1795.
Residence #2: Moved from Kentucky to Illinois in 1834.



Endnotes

1. James and Hannah (Mappin) Williams Family History by Mildred Johnson Council, Page #21, THOMAS KENNEDY, the second son of this family had enlisted in the Revolutionary forces in Burke County, N. Carolina, and finally rose to the rank of Brigadier General. He erected Fort Kennedy in Kentucky in 1780, and in 1781, his wife Agnes won fame personally as a defender of this Fort, when she successfully withstood an attack by Indians who set is afire.
2. James and Hannah (Mappin) Williams Family History by Mildred Johnson Council, Page #21, ELIZABETH KENNEDY was born in Burke County, North Caroline, Aug. 2, 1766. Her father, John Kennedy, Sr., was listed as one of the earliest settlers of Rowan County, North Carolina. His lands must have been in that portion taken in the erection of Burke County, for in the records of the eight children (Elizabeth was the 6th) it is stated born in Burke County, N. Carolina.
3. Deep Roots by Sallye Lathram Hines, Page #20, ELIZABETH KENNEDY's father, John Kennedy, Sr., was a surveyor for the Transylvania Company in Kentucky at Fort Boonesborough in its earliest heyday.
4. James and Hannah (Mappin) Williams Family History by Mildred Johnson Council, Page #21, WILLIAM CALDWELL was born July 31, 1767, probably in Virginia. His parents names are unknown. He was married in Lincoln Co., KY., Aug. 17, 1786, to Elizabeth Kennedy, daughter of John Kennedy, Sr., and his wife Elizabeth. Lincoln Co., KY. was one of the 3 original counties into which Kentucky County, Virginia was divided. William Caldwell died in Bath County, KY., in 1823 after Aug. 16 , when his will was dated and before September Court of Bath Co., in 1823, when the will was probated.
5. Deep Roots by Sallye Lathram Hines, Page #20, The will of WILLIAM CALDWELL is found in Book A, pages 361-362; settlement of the estate in Book C, pages 126 & 149 in Bath County Courthouse. Note: In Kentucky.
6. James and Hannah (Mappin) Williams Family History by Mildred Johnson Council, Page #27, ELIZABETH CALDWELL SWINEY, was the daughter of William Caldwell and Elizabeth Kennedy Caldwell, and was born July 18, 1796.
7. Marriages Performed by Rev. Joseph P. Howe - Recorded in his Journals, Page #3, Groom (ANDREW KINCAID) / Bride (ANN PATTERSON CALDWELL) August 13, 1807. http://searches1.rootsweb.com/usgenweb/archives/ky/montgomer...
8. Menard County, Illinois Cemeteries Vol. #3, Indian Point Cemetery, Page #15, KINCAID, ANN (PATTERSON), (d. Mar. 20, 1879); 91y 3m 12d; Wife of Andrew Kincaid.
9. James and Hannah (Mappin) Williams Family History by Mildred Johnson Council, Page #21, ANN PATTERSON CALDWELL was born August 8, 1787, in Montgomery County, KY. Died March 20, 1879, at Indian Point, Menard County, IL., buried at Indian Point. She was the oldest of eight children born to William Caldwell, and his wife Elizabeth Kennedy Caldwell.
10. James and Hannah (Mappin) Williams Family History by Mildred Johnson Council, Page #22, ANN PATTERSON CALDWELL was married in Montgomery County, KY., Aug. 13, 1807, to Andrew Kincaid, who was born near Carlisle, Penn., Dec. 13, 1784, died at Indian Point, Aug. 8, 1872, buried at Indian Point. The marriage was performed by Rev. Joseph P. Howe, pastor of the historic Springfield Presbyterian Church mentioned earlier in the records of James and Hannah Mappin Williams. There were 12 children: John Kennedy, Archibald, Eliza Jennet, William Caldwell, Mary Ann, James, Thomas, Andrew Edgar, Nancy, Emily Rachel, George Whitney, and an unnamed infant.
11. 1850 Census of Menard County, Illinois, Page #46, Census Yr.: 1850; State: Illinois; County: Menard; Page No: 46; Line #11; Dwelling #330; Family #338; KINCAID, ANN; Age: 62; Sex: Female; Birthplace: KY.
12. Kentuckians in Illinois by Stuard Seely Sprague, Page #33, ANN P. CALDWELL (KINCAID-married name); (b: 1787).
13. 1860 Census of Menard County, Illinois, www.rootsweb.com/~ilmaga/census-menard1860/177.htm, Census Yr. 1860; Territory: Illinois; County: Menard; Division: Athens P.O.; Reel No. M653.205; Page 177; Line 21; Dwelling #1232; Family # 1182; KINCAID, ANN P.; Age: 72; Sex: Female; Birthplace: Kentucky.
14. Menard County, Illinois Cemeteries Vol. #3, Indian Point Cemetery, Page #15, KINCAID, ANDREW (d. Aug. 6, 1872); 87y 7m 24d.
15. James and Hannah (Mappin) Williams Family History by Mildred Johnson Council, Page #44, ANDREW KINCAID, son of Archibald R. and Jeanette Townsley Kincaid, was born Dec. 12, 1784, near Carlisle, Pa., died August 8, 1872, at Indian Point, near Athens, ILL., buried at Indian Point Cem. He was married August 13, 1807, in Montgomery County, Kentucky, to Ann Patterson Caldwell, who was born August 8, 1787, in Montgomery County, Kentucky, died March 20, 1879, at Indian Point, buried at Indian Point Cem. Her ancestry is given in the record of Elizabeth (Betsy) Williams, who married first Robert Hale, and their daughter Louisa Hale marriedWilliam Caldwell Kincaid, fourth child in the family of Andrew and Ann Patterson Caldwell Kincaid.
16. 1850 Census of Menard County, Illinois, Page #46, Census Yr.: 1850; State: Illinois; County: Menard; Page No: 46; Line # 10; Dwelling # 330; Family # 338; KINCAID, ANDREW; Age: 64; Sex: Male; Occup: Farmer; Val: $5690; Birthplace: PA.
17. 1860 Census of Menard County, Illinois, www.rootsweb.com/~ilmage/census-menard1860/177.htm, Census Yr. 1860; Territory: Illinois; County: Menard; Division: Athens P.O.; Reel No. M653.205; Page 177; Line 20; Dwelling #1232; Family #1182; KINCAID, ANDREW; Age: 75; Sex: Male; Birthplace: PA.
18. DeWitt Biographical Alburm -1891 - Surnames I-L, http://www.rootsweb.com/~ildewitt/id159.htm, ANDREW KINCAID. Going back in the family history two generations we find that the grandfather of our subject was Andrew Kincaid, a Kentucky Planter, whose wife bore the name of Ann Caldwell. They emigrated to Illinois in 1830 or 1831, settling in what is now Menard County, being the first pioneers there. They lived there until they were quite old, Mr. Kincaid being eighty-four, and his wife more then ninety years of age when they entered into rest. They were of Presbyterian faith, following the teachings of their parents and the practice of a long line of ancestors, who were orginally from Scotland. Page 609.
19. Deep Roots by Sallye Lathram Hines, Page #18 & 19, ANDREW KINCAID married ANN PATTERSON CALDWELL - Children: John Kennedy Kincaid (1808-1877); Archibald Kincaid (1810-1901), Elizabeth Kincaid (1812- 1907); William Kincaid (1814-1882); Mary Ann Kincaid (1818-1900); James Kincaid (1820-1829); Thomas Kincaid (1822-1849); Andrew Edgar Kincaid (1825-1907), Nancy Kincaid (1827-1828); Emily Rachel Kincaid (1831-1902); George Kincaid (1833-1835), and Un-named Kincaid (died in infancy),.
20. Deep Roots by Sallye Lathram Hines, Page #24, ANDREW KINCAID died at Indian Point, Menard County, Illinois - August 8, 1872, and Ann P. Caldwell Kincaid, his wife, died at the same place on March 20, 1879. Both are buried in the Indian Point Cemetery, near the church.
21. Deep Roots by Sallye Lathram Hines, Page #20, ANDREW KINCAID, second son of Archibald and Janet Kincaid, married Ann Patterson Caldwell, daughter of William Caldwell, and Elizabeth Kennedy Caldwell.
22. Deep Roots by Sallye Lathram Hines, Page #20, ANDREW KINCAID (1784-1872) and Ann P. Caldwell (1787-1879) were married in the Old Springfield Presbyterian Church in Montomery, now Bath County, Kentucky. They professed their faith at the New Concord Presbyterian Church in 1824 under the ministry of Reverend Dewey Whitney. Soon they changed their membership to the Old Presbyterian Church at Springfield, Bath County. All their chidldren were born in Bath County.
23. Deep Roots by Sallye Lathram Hines, Page #24, ANDREW KINCAID died at Indian Point, Menard county, Illinois August 8, 1872, and Ann P. Caldwell Kincaid, his wife, died at the same place on March 20, 1879. Both are buried in the Indiana Point Cemetery, near the church.


Re: Caldwell-Kennedy Family History

Posted: 11 Jun 2007 1:48AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Kennedy
Stephen, do you have any further info on the Joseph Kennedy, listed as a son of John?

Looking for Joseph Kennedy, b 1796, N.C., married in TN, 1824; was listed as surveyor on documents in 1820 in Davidson Co, TN. Found it interesting that others were listed as surveyors in this line.

Any info would be appreciated.

Janice

Re: Caldwell-Kennedy Family History

Posted: 14 Jun 2007 1:00AM GMT
Classification: Query
Janice,

I hope this helps you, it all the information I have.

Steve Burke


Descendants of John Kennedy, Sr.


Generation No. 1

1. John1 Kennedy, Sr. died 1813 in Tennessee. He married Elizabeth. She died 16 May 1805.

Children of John Kennedy and Elizabeth are:
2. i. ELIZABETH2 KENNEDY, b. 02 Aug 1766, Burke County, North Carolina; d. 08 Sep 1846, Illinois.
ii. JOHN KENNEDY, JR., d. 26 Dec 1780.
iii. JOSEPH KENNEDY.
iv. THOMAS KENNEDY1, m. AGNES.

More About THOMAS KENNEDY:
Military service: Brigadier General - during the Revolutionary Was.
Note #1: He erected Kennedy Fort in Kentucky in 1780.


Generation No. 2

2. Elizabeth2 Kennedy (John1)2,3,4 was born 02 Aug 1766 in Burke County, North Carolina, and died 08 Sep 1846 in Illinois5. She married William Caldwell6,7 17 Aug 1786 in Lincoln County, Kentucky, son of Kincaid Caldwell and Sarah Kincaid. He was born 31 Jul 1767 in (probably Virginia), and died Aft. Aug 1823 in Bath County, Kentucky8.

More About Elizabeth Kennedy:
Cemetery: Indian Point Cemetery, Menard County, Illinois.

Children of Elizabeth Kennedy and William Caldwell are:
i. ANN PATTERSON3 CALDWELL9,10,11,12,13,14,15, b. 08 Aug 1787, Montgomery County, Kentucky; d. 20 Mar 1879, Indian Point, Menard County, Illinois; m. ANDREW KINCAID16,17,18,19,20,21,22,23, 23 Aug 1803, Montgomery County, Kentucky24,25; b. 12 Dec 1784, (near Carlisle), Cumberland County, Pennsylivana; d. 06 Aug 1872, Athens, Indian Point, Menard County, Illinois26.

More About ANN PATTERSON CALDWELL:
Age at death (Facts Pg): 91 years, 7 months, 12 days.
Burial: Indian Point Cemetery, Menard County, Illinois
Church Membership: Joined the Concord Presbyterian Chuch of Nicholas Co., Ky. in 1824 with her husband.
Church Membership #2: Joined the North Sangamon Presbyterian Church on June 13, 1835.
Married By:: Rev. Joseph P. Howe, Springfield Church.

More About ANDREW KINCAID:
Age at death (Facts Pg): 87 years, 7 mo., 25 days.
Burial: Indian Point Cemetery, Menard County, Illinois
Church Membership: New Concord Presbyterian Church, Nicholas County, KY.
Church Membership #3: North Sangamon Presbyterian Church on 13 Jun 1835.
Married By:: Rev. Joseph P. Howe
Residence: Moved from Cumberland Co., PA. to Bath Co., KY. in 1795.
Residence #2: Moved from Kentucky to Illinois in 1834.

ii. ANDREW KING CALDWELL, b. Abt. 1789; d. 1847; m. MARGARET PATTERSON DAUGHERTY; b. Abt. 1795.
iii. SAMUEL K. CALDWELL, b. 1793; d. 1880; m. CHARLOTTE MCBRIDE.
iv. JOHN CALDWELL, b. 1794; d. 1862; m. MARY ANN STOCKTON.
v. ROBERT CALDWELL, b. 1796; m. INDIANA ADAMS.
vi. ELIZABETH CALDWELL27, b. 18 Jul 1796; d. 17 May 1856, (near Greenview), Menard County, Illinois; m. (1) EDWARD SWINEY, 21 Jun 1819, Bath County, Kentucky; d. 1825, Drown in the Mississippi River.; m. (2) GEORGE MILLER, 10 Mar 1827.

More About ELIZABETH CALDWELL:
Residence: Moved to Illinois in 1834.

More About EDWARD SWINEY:
Newspaper Article: Ned

vii. MARY ANN CALDWELL, b. 1798; d. 1847; m. JESSE MCDONALD.
viii. LUCINDA CALDWELL, b. 1800; d. 1854; m. SETH CHITWOOD.
ix. ANNIS CALDWELL, b. 1802; d. 1802.
x. VIRGINIA JANE CALDWELL, b. 1804; d. 1884; m. JAMES MCDONALD.
xi. KINCAID CALDWELL, b. 1808; d. 1884; m. MARY HALL.



Endnotes

1. James and Hannah (Mappin) Williams Family History by Mildred Johnson Council, Page #21, THOMAS KENNEDY, the second son of this family had enlisted in the Revolutionary forces in Burke County, N. Carolina, and finally rose to the rank of Brigadier General. He erected Fort Kennedy in Kentucky in 1780, and in 1781, his wife Agnes won fame personally as a defender of this Fort, when she successfully withstood an attack by Indians who set is afire.
2. James and Hannah (Mappin) Williams Family History by Mildred Johnson Council, Page #21, ELIZABETH KENNEDY was born in Burke County, North Caroline, Aug. 2, 1766. Her father, John Kennedy, Sr., was listed as one of the earliest settlers of Rowan County, North Carolina. His lands must have been in that portion taken in the erection of Burke County, for in the records of the eight children (Elizabeth was the 6th) it is stated born in Burke County, N. Carolina.
3. Deep Roots by Sallye Lathram Hines, Page #20, ELIZABETH KENNEDY's father, John Kennedy, Sr., was a surveyor for the Transylvania Company in Kentucky at Fort Boonesborough in its earliest heyday.
4. Menard County, Illinois - Cemeteries - Vol. 3, Indian Point Cemetery, Page #3, CALDWELL, ELIZABETH (KENNEDY) - b: Aug. 2, 1766 /d: Sept. 8, 1846); Mother of Ann Patterson (Caldwell) Kincaid.
5. Menard County, Illinois - Cemeteries - Indian Point Cemetery, Page #3, CALDWELL, ELIZABETH (KENNEDY), (b: Aug. 2, 1766 /d: Sept. 8, 1846), Mother of Ann Patterson (Caldwell) Kincaid.
6. James and Hannah (Mappin) Williams Family History by Mildred Johnson Council, Page #21, WILLIAM CALDWELL was born July 31, 1767, probably in Virginia. His parents names are unknown. He was married in Lincoln Co., KY., Aug. 17, 1786, to Elizabeth Kennedy, daughter of John Kennedy, Sr., and his wife Elizabeth. Lincoln Co., KY. was one of the 3 original counties into which Kentucky County, Virginia was divided. William Caldwell died in Bath County, KY., in 1823 after Aug. 16 , when his will was dated and before September Court of Bath Co., in 1823, when the will was probated.
7. The Ties That Bind by Meredith Kincaid, www.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=DESC&db=makiedee&..., WILLIAM CALDWELL (b: 1788 /d: 1804) married Elizabeth Kennedy.
8. Deep Roots by Sallye Lathram Hines, Page #20, The will of WILLIAM CALDWELL is found in Book A, pages 361-362; settlement of the estate in Book C, pages 126 & 149 in Bath County Courthouse. Note: In Kentucky.
9. Marriages Performed by Rev. Joseph P. Howe - Recorded in his Journals, Page #3, Groom (ANDREW KINCAID) / Bride (ANN PATTERSON CALDWELL) August 13, 1807. http://searches1.rootsweb.com/usgenweb/archives/ky/montgomer...
10. Menard County, Illinois Cemeteries Vol. #3, Indian Point Cemetery, Page #15, KINCAID, ANN (PATTERSON), (d. Mar. 20, 1879); 91y 3m 12d; Wife of Andrew Kincaid.
11. James and Hannah (Mappin) Williams Family History by Mildred Johnson Council, Page #21, ANN PATTERSON CALDWELL was born August 8, 1787, in Montgomery County, KY. Died March 20, 1879, at Indian Point, Menard County, IL., buried at Indian Point. She was the oldest of eight children born to William Caldwell, and his wife Elizabeth Kennedy Caldwell.
12. James and Hannah (Mappin) Williams Family History by Mildred Johnson Council, Page #22, ANN PATTERSON CALDWELL was married in Montgomery County, KY., Aug. 13, 1807, to Andrew Kincaid, who was born near Carlisle, Penn., Dec. 13, 1784, died at Indian Point, Aug. 8, 1872, buried at Indian Point. The marriage was performed by Rev. Joseph P. Howe, pastor of the historic Springfield Presbyterian Church mentioned earlier in the records of James and Hannah Mappin Williams. There were 12 children: John Kennedy, Archibald, Eliza Jennet, William Caldwell, Mary Ann, James, Thomas, Andrew Edgar, Nancy, Emily Rachel, George Whitney, and an unnamed infant.
13. 1850 Census of Menard County, Illinois, Page #46, Census Yr.: 1850; State: Illinois; County: Menard; Page No: 46; Line #11; Dwelling #330; Family #338; KINCAID, ANN; Age: 62; Sex: Female; Birthplace: KY.
14. Kentuckians in Illinois by Stuard Seely Sprague (McDonough County Genealogical Society), Page #33, ANN P. CALDWELL (KINCAID-married name); (b: 1787).
15. 1860 Census of Menard County, Illinois, www.rootsweb.com/~ilmaga/census-menard1860/177.htm, Census Yr. 1860; Territory: Illinois; County: Menard; Division: Athens P.O.; Reel No. M653.205; Page 177; Line 21; Dwelling #1232; Family # 1182; KINCAID, ANN P.; Age: 72; Sex: Female; Birthplace: Kentucky.
16. Menard County, Illinois Cemeteries Vol. #3, Indian Point Cemetery, Page #15, KINCAID, ANDREW (d. Aug. 6, 1872); 87y 7m 24d.
17. James and Hannah (Mappin) Williams Family History by Mildred Johnson Council, Page #44, ANDREW KINCAID, son of Archibald R. and Jeanette Townsley Kincaid, was born Dec. 12, 1784, near Carlisle, Pa., died August 8, 1872, at Indian Point, near Athens, ILL., buried at Indian Point Cem. He was married August 13, 1807, in Montgomery County, Kentucky, to Ann Patterson Caldwell, who was born August 8, 1787, in Montgomery County, Kentucky, died March 20, 1879, at Indian Point, buried at Indian Point Cem. Her ancestry is given in the record of Elizabeth (Betsy) Williams, who married first Robert Hale, and their daughter Louisa Hale marriedWilliam Caldwell Kincaid, fourth child in the family of Andrew and Ann Patterson Caldwell Kincaid.
18. 1850 Census of Menard County, Illinois, Page #46, Census Yr.: 1850; State: Illinois; County: Menard; Page No: 46; Line # 10; Dwelling # 330; Family # 338; KINCAID, ANDREW; Age: 64; Sex: Male; Occup: Farmer; Val: $5690; Birthplace: PA.
19. 1860 Census of Menard County, Illinois, www.rootsweb.com/~ilmage/census-menard1860/177.htm, Census Yr. 1860; Territory: Illinois; County: Menard; Division: Athens P.O.; Reel No. M653.205; Page 177; Line 20; Dwelling #1232; Family #1182; KINCAID, ANDREW; Age: 75; Sex: Male; Birthplace: PA.
20. DeWitt Biographical Alburm -1891 - Surnames I-L, http://www.rootsweb.com/~ildewitt/id159.htm, ANDREW KINCAID. Going back in the family history two generations we find that the grandfather of our subject was Andrew Kincaid, a Kentucky Planter, whose wife bore the name of Ann Caldwell. They emigrated to Illinois in 1830 or 1831, settling in what is now Menard County, being the first pioneers there. They lived there until they were quite old, Mr. Kincaid being eighty-four, and his wife more then ninety years of age when they entered into rest. They were of Presbyterian faith, following the teachings of their parents and the practice of a long line of ancestors, who were orginally from Scotland. Page 609.
21. Deep Roots by Sallye Lathram Hines, Page #18 & 19, ANDREW KINCAID married ANN PATTERSON CALDWELL - Children: John Kennedy Kincaid (1808-1877); Archibald Kincaid (1810-1901), Elizabeth Kincaid (1812- 1907); William Kincaid (1814-1882); Mary Ann Kincaid (1818-1900); James Kincaid (1820-1829); Thomas Kincaid (1822-1849); Andrew Edgar Kincaid (1825-1907), Nancy Kincaid (1827-1828); Emily Rachel Kincaid (1831-1902); George Kincaid (1833-1835), and Un-named Kincaid (died in infancy),.
22. Deep Roots by Sallye Lathram Hines, Page #24, ANDREW KINCAID died at Indian Point, Menard County, Illinois - August 8, 1872, and Ann P. Caldwell Kincaid, his wife, died at the same place on March 20, 1879. Both are buried in the Indian Point Cemetery, near the church.
23. Family Tree Maker - Family Archives - CD# V703_01 (Vol. 3), Tree #2929, ANDREW KINCAID - b: 12 Dec 1784; d: 28 Aug 1872; m: Ann Patterson Caldwell, 23 Feb 1803, Springfield Church, Montgomery Co. (now Bath Co.), Kentucky.
24. Deep Roots by Sallye Lathram Hines, Page #20, ANDREW KINCAID, second son of Archibald and Janet Kincaid, married Ann Patterson Caldwell, daughter of William Caldwell, and Elizabeth Kennedy Caldwell.
25. Deep Roots by Sallye Lathram Hines, Page #20, ANDREW KINCAID (1784-1872) and Ann P. Caldwell (1787-1879) were married in the Old Springfield Presbyterian Church in Montomery, now Bath County, Kentucky. They professed their faith at the New Concord Presbyterian Church in 1824 under the ministry of Reverend Dewey Whitney. Soon they changed their membership to the Old Presbyterian Church at Springfield, Bath County. All their chidldren were born in Bath County.
26. Deep Roots by Sallye Lathram Hines, Page #24, ANDREW KINCAID died at Indian Point, Menard county, Illinois August 8, 1872, and Ann P. Caldwell Kincaid, his wife, died at the same place on March 20, 1879. Both are buried in the Indiana Point Cemetery, near the church.
27. James and Hannah (Mappin) Williams Family History by Mildred Johnson Council, Page #27, ELIZABETH CALDWELL SWINEY, was the daughter of William Caldwell and Elizabeth Kennedy Caldwell, and was born July 18, 1796.


Re: Caldwell-Kennedy Family History

Posted: 14 Jun 2007 1:42AM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Kennedy/Ivey/Talley/Turman/Anglin
Thanks, Steve, for the reply. This Kennedy line has been very difficult to trace. It doesn't help that the records are listed under Cannaday/Canada/Kennada/Kennedy....LOL.

Take care, Janice

Re: Caldwell-Kennedy Family History

Posted: 20 Dec 2008 2:35PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Kennedy, McIlvaine, Stockley, Breeding, Bonner
I am new to this and am looking for my line which joins the JFK line through Isobel Kennedy 1535-1590 and Gilbert Kennedy 1515-1558. Any info would help. My line goes from Isobel Kennedy to the McIlvaine's to Stockley's to Breeding's to Bonner. Thanks.

Re: Caldwell-Kennedy Family History

Posted: 20 Dec 2008 5:09PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi, don't know if we connect or not. As you can see, this line is very difficult to trace. Thus far, I've only traced definitely back to my Joseph Kennedy as stated. Hope we can connect. Janice

Re: Caldwell-Kennedy Family History

Posted: 22 Jul 2012 2:34AM GMT
Classification: Query
if you are still out there, i can give you some information,look in the history of ayrshire under the kennedys of knockdow page311. you will find your answer.

Re: Caldwell-Kennedy Family History

Posted: 22 Jul 2012 3:05AM GMT
Classification: Query
Yes, still here...lol! In the endless search for ancestors in this line. Where would I find this history? Is it online? Really appreciate any assistance you may be able to provide.

Re: Caldwell-Kennedy Family History

Posted: 22 Jul 2012 4:02AM GMT
Classification: Query
google ,complete history of ayrshire, look on page311, it has all families in it , it will list the descendants of thomas kennedy born 1490circa. it mentions isobel and janet. who they married one married thomas kennedy, irl. i believe it was isobel.

Re: Caldwell-Kennedy Family History

Posted: 22 Jul 2012 8:43PM GMT
Classification: Query
Thanks so much. Am on it!!!
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