Re: Loudoun Co,VA Kendricks
She is most likely related though I haven't done an extensive study of the Wynkoop family.I do know that they and the Francis Titus/Tytus family reportedly (according to "The Wynkoops of Loudoun Co" all came together from PA to Loudoun.
BTW I don't know when Francis' name changed to Tytus...he wasn't born spelling it that way but with the large number of Francis' in his family I see the logic of it.
And, speaking of Wynkoops of Loudoun Co, on page 99 of the book they list this which may be of interest:
NIXON CEMETERY - PRIVATE
Woodburn, at corner of Routes 704 & 769, opposite Woodburn Plantation
The cemetery stands on a knoll, has a high stone wall with an arched stone entrance, in very good condition. It is evident that the cemetery itself was neglected for a long time, but it is now being cared for and those stones still readable are either on graves or standing against the stone wall. There are many broken and unreadable stones.
HAWKINGS, Joseph H. - b. 9 Aug. 1787 - d. 2 Aug. 1846
HOCKINGS, Sarah, consort of Joseph Hockings - d. 5 Mar. 1842 - 48 ys.
NIXON, George - 27 Nov. 1880 - 69 ys. 7 mos. 10 ds.
George - 27 Nov. 181(2, 5 or 8)- 58 ys. 7 mos. 10 ds.
John - 27 Aug. 1815 - 62 ys. 10 mos.
Lucinda, dau. of John & Nancy - 7 Nov. 1811 - 2 ys. 6 mos.
Mary, wife of George - 29 Oct. 1804 - 61 ys.
Nancy, wife of John - 28 Sept. 1811 - 51 ys.?
WHITE, Ann - 1815 - 17th year
William - d. 5 Dec. 1825 - 53 ys.
Following stone against wall - broken at name and month of birth date:
_______ ott - _____________ 24, 1790; 22 Feb. 1885 - 94 yrs. 9 mos.
(John Pyott m. Nancy Nixon 28 March 1839. James T. Vermillion testified her age. Both attended Grove Meeting House Classes from 1836 to Aug. 26, 1840 when they were removed)
The book isn't indexed but IS online if you wanna weed through it.There are several Nixon references.