I found 9 family genealogies in my in-laws garage that have nothing to do with our family. Here is the Kincheloe family. I thought someone might be interested in it.
The KINCHELOE'S are of English origin, The progeniator of the American branch of the family, was a supported of King Charles in the War with Cromwell and the Parliment, and in consequence was forced to flee to America; The first of this family of which we have authentic record, was JOHN KINCHELOE, of Prince William Co., Va., who took a prominent and active part in affairs of Church and State; He was a Vestryman of Dittingen Parish; and died prior to 1674; the name of his wife is unknown, they had the following and prehaps other,
2-1. JOHN, of whom later.
2-2. WILLIAM, of whom later.
2-3. Margaret, m. George FOOTE, of Fauquier Co., Va., b. Jan. 20, 1734, in Stafford Co., Va.; they emigrated to South Carolinia, and had among other issue 1. William, Noxubbe Co., Miss.; 2. John.
JOHN KINCHELOE, of Prince George Co., Va., the eldest son of JOHN KINCHELOE, of Prince William Co., Va., He was born about the year of 1725; He was a zelous Royalist, and not wishing his children to be drafted into the Continental Army, he removed to Fauquier Co., which was then a frontier wilderness; hr resided there until after the surrender of Lord Cornwallis, he then devided his large landed possessions among his children, and removed to Hawkins Co, Tenn.; He was a staunch and liberal supporter of the Episcopal Church: He m. unknown, and had the following and prehaps other,
3-1. George, who followed his father to Hawkins Co, Tenn., unt.,
3-2. Elijah, who followed his father to Hawkins Co., Tenn., unt.,
3-3. JAMES, of whom later.
3-4. DANIEL, of whom later.
3-5. ROBERT WICKLIFF, of whom later.
JAMES KINCHELOE, of Fauquier Co., Va., the third son of JOHN KINCHELOE, the Royalist; b. 1748; he took an active interest in affairs of Church and State; the old Homestead, built by him in 1813, is still standing, and is owned by one of his descendants; He m. Elizabeth HARDWICK, and reared a large family, among which were the following,
4-1. Hardwick, of Fauquier Co., Va., He m. unknown, and was the father of Hon. John W., the distinguished lawyer of Rectortown, Va.,
4-2. Brandt, of Fauquier Co., Va., m. Mary RAWLINGS, dau. of Aron & Elizabeth (DOUGLAS) RAWLINGS, of Annapolis, Md.,
5-1. Julius, who was employed in the U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey from 1852 until his death in May, 1867.
5-2. William James, C.S.A., of Warrenton, Va., b. Mar. 15, 1836, near Rectortown, Va.; d. Aug. 29, 1864, on the battle field, of Smithfield, W. Va.; educated at James Hallowell's School, Alexandria, and the University of Virginia; He was a distinguished Lawyer and gallant soldier; killed in battle.
5-3. Wickliff, of Fauquier Co., Va., d. Sep 22, 1862, at Fort Monroe, a prisoner of War; He was a gallant soldier; was wounded at Williamsburg, taked prisoner and confined at Fort Monroe, where he died.
5-4. Rowert W. P., of Rectortown, VA., the owner of the ancesterial homestead, built by James KINCHELOE, in 1813.
Capt. DANIEL KINCHELOE, of Wood Co., W. Va., the fourth son of JOHN KINCHELOE, the Royalist; b. 1750, in Prince William Co., Va., d. Aug. 4, 1834, in Wood Co., W.Va.; He came to Wood Co. in 1795, about the end of the great Indian War, and settled upon a large tract of land on the north side of Little Kanawha river, upon an estate he had previously purchased; Jan.22, 1802 by an act of the Virginia Legislature, he was authorized to establish a ferry across the Little Kanawha river on his estate; May 7, 1804, he was commissioned Justice of Wood Co.; He was distinguished officer in the War of 1812, serving as Captain and Recruiting Officer of the 3rd Reg. U.S. Rifles; Parkersburg and Clarksburg were his recruting stations, He was commissioned Mar. 17, 1814, and honorable discharged June 15, 1815, when his Reg. was mustered out of service. He was a staunch and liberal supporter of the Episcopal Church. He made will Aug. 4, 1825; He m. Jane Whitecotton CHINN, b. 1769; d. May 1, 18!
4-1. Elizabeth, b. 1794; d. 186-; m. 1818, Thomas VANDIVER, and had issue.
4-2. Daniel, b. 1797; d. 1868; m. 1824, Hannah BUTCHER, and had issue.
4-3. Nestor, b. 1800; d. 1874; m. 1818, Elizabeth PILCHER, and had issue.
4-4. Ann W., b. 1803; d. 1824; m. 1823, John Buckner CREEL, and had issue. (See CREEL lineage.)
4-5. Elijah, b. 1805; d. 1857; unm.,
4-6. Lawrence, b. 1807; m. Violetta STAGG, and had issue.
(For a full line of the descendants of Capt. DANIEL KINCHELOE, see "Gibbens Butcher Genealogy," 1894, Page 283, ect.).
Major ROBERT WICKLIFF KINCHELOE, of Wood Co., W.Va., the fifth son of JOHN KINCHELOE, the Royalist; b. Nov. 6, 1762, in Prince William Co., Va.; d. 1820, in Wood Co., W.Va.; He came to Wood Co. in 1795, about the end of the great Indian War, and settled upon a large tract of land on the Little Kanawha river; He was active in public affairs; and military in his bearing; He was commissioned by an act of the Virginia Legislature, of June 23, 1801 to lay out a road from the Virginia State Road to the mouth of the Little Kanawha river; He served as Captain of a Companey in the 2nd Battalloin of Wood Co., Militia, 1801, and was promoted Major of the 1st Battallion; He resigned in Mar., 1810; During the Burr-Blennerhassett excitement in 1806, he was prominent in defeating the treasonable designs of the conspiratiors; He was commissioned Justice of Wood Co., Mar. 2, 1812; and High Sheriff in 1819, and served until his death; He was a staunch and liberal supporter of the Episcopal Ch!
urch; He m. (firstly) prior to 1787, unknown, who died in 1788; (secondly) Sep. 2, 1790, Mary CREEL, b. Sep 7, 1773; d. May 21 1859; (*****Note*****there is a typo over the 9 in the year an is a question to what it says)
dau. of DAVID & Mary (ANTHY) CREEL, of "Bacon Hall," (See CREEL lineage.)
Issue by 1st m.
4-1. JEPTHA, b. May 17, 1788; of whom later.
Issue by 2nd m.
4-2. Eleanor, b. Sep. 25, 1792; m. July 24, 1811, John PHELPS, of Wood Co., W.Va., son of Col. Hugh PHELPH, and had issue 1. Robert Kincheloe.
4-3. Elias, b. Mar. 13, 1795; In 1830, he removed to Mo., He m. June 8, 1815, Joice VANDIVER, and had issue, unt.,
4-4. Elizabeth, b. Feb. 22, 1797; d. 1875; m. May 20 1815, Lewis NEALE, of Washington Bottom, d. 1872; In 1855 they removed to Lafayette Co., Mo., and had issue.
4-5. John, b. Oct.24, 1799; In 1831 he removed to Belleville, W.Va., and in 1868 to Texas; He m. (firstly) Feb. 9, 1826, Lucy EDELEN, d. May 17, 1840 dau. of Hon. Robert EDELEN, of Washington Bottom. (secondly) Sarah (-?-) STEPHENSON, d. 1874; wid of Dr. William STEPHENSON, and had issue by each marriage.
4-6. Mary Ann, b. Sep 20, 1801; d. June 26, 1876; m. Aug. 12, 1824, Hugh Henderson PHELPS, of Wood Co., W.Va., d. 1874; son of Col. Hugh PHELPS, and had issue.
4-7. Frances, b. Nov. 30, 1803; d. July 9, 1822; unm.,
4-8. George Washington, of Wood Co., W.Va., b. Mar. 26, 1806; d. 1840; m. (firstly) 1834, Lucy F. MAYBERRY, d. 1835; dau. of Hon. J. P. MAYBERRY: (secondly) 1837, Hannah PENNYBAKER, dau. of John Neale PENNYBAKER;
Issue by 2nd m.
5-1. Dau., m. Hon. James M JACKSON.
5-2. Dau., m. P. D. GAMBRILL.
4-9. Almira, b. Apr. 17, 1810; m. Nov. 6, 1829, Dr. Thomas M. DRAKE, of Athens, O., He was a professor in the Athens College; and had issue 1. George, of Chattanooga, Tenn., and prehaps others.
4-10. Alcinda R., b. June 13, 1813; d. Mar. 3, 1854; m. May 3, 1832, Rushrod Washington CREEL, of Claysville, Wood Co., W.Va., b. 1804; d. 1875; son of George & Clara (BUCKNER) CREEL, and had issue. (See CREEL lineage.)
Hon. JEPTHA KINCHELOE, of Wood Co., W.Va., b. May 17, 1788; d. Nov. 25, 1857; In 1806, during the Burr-Blennerhassett excitement, he was enrolled in the Volunteer Independent Corps of Wood Co., Militia; he was commissioned Justice of Wood Co., Mar. 2, 1818; He m. Oct. 22, 1811, Clara (BUCKNER) CREEL, d. Mar 9, 1857; wid. of George CREEL, of Wood Co., W.Va., and dau. of Hon. ANTHONY BUCKNER. (See CREEL lineage.)
5-1. Julia Alexander, b. Aug 21, 1812; d. Sep., 1869; m. Nov. 22, 1831, Paul COOK, of Wood Co., W.Va., son of Bennett COOK, and had issue.
5-2. Sophie, b. Apr. 2, 1815; m. Jan. 2, 1840, Hon. James COOK, of Wood Co., W. Va., son of Bennett COOK, and had issue.
5-3. Robert Buckner, of Wood Co., W. Va., b. Dec. 30, 1817; He m. a young lady from Ohio, name unknown, and had issue.
5-4. Frances Elizabeth, b. May 19, 1823; d. 1862; m. Oct., 1841, George MAYBERRY, of Wood Co., W.Va., son of Hon. John P. MAYBERRY, and had issue.
(For a full line of the descendants of Hon. JEPTHA & Clara (BUCKNER-CREEL) KINCHELOE, see "Gibbens Butcher Genealogy," 1894).
Hon. WILLIAM KINCHELOE, of Spencer Co., Ky., the second son of JOHN KINCHELOE, of Prince William Co., Va.; b. May 26, 1736, in Prince William Co., Va.; He was at the "Falls of the Ohio" in 1778; and he built Fort Kincheloe, which was burned in 1782; He was a delegate from Spencer Co., to the first Constitutional Convention of Kentucky, which met at Danville, in May of 1785; He was a staunch and liberal Churchman; He m. 1760, Molly WHITE, b. Feb. 9, 1744; d. Nov. 21, 1831.
3-1. Thomas, unt.,
3-2. Peggy, unt.,
3-3. Lewis, unt.,
3-4. Stephen, unt.,
3-5. Molly, unt.,
3-6. Sally, unt.,
3-7. William, unt.,
3-8. Elias, unt.,
3-9. CLARISSA, see later.
CLARISSA KINCHELOE, b, 1774; d. 1833; m. 1799, ISAAC DAVIS, of Spencer Co., Ky., b. July 21, 1772; His parents were killed at the burning of Fort Kincheloe in 1782, and he was carried away by the Indians to Canada; He was later rescued and returned to Kentucky; He was the son of CORNELIUS & Eleanor (-?-) DAVIS, who came from Va. or Md., and had among other,
4-1. Ellen, m. George W. HOBBS, of Ky., and had among others,
5-1. George Helm, of Ky., m. unknown, and had among other,
6-1. George Helm, Jr., of Covington, Ky.,