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First Generation

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1. William McCLINTOCK.

NOTE: The connection between William and Nancy McClintock and Joseph is speculation at this point. Further research is needed to verify this data.--REF, February 22, 2002.

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E-mail from Lurose Patton, dated February 21, 2002:

Dear Bob,

First I want to thank you again for your marvelous Bourbon County website and your work on the roots web Biographies, that have so tremendously helped me in finding my own family. I will search the cousins of my Joseph McClintock whose wife, Elizabeth, is not mentioned in his will of 1799 for any who married Elizabeths and who came to America or whose children came to America before 1769. If you have researched this John McClintock and his daughter, Elizabeth who may be of the appropriate age, I would be interested in what you have found.

Best Wishes, and I'll continue to watch for your Elizabeth! I strongly suspect that she may well be hidden somewhere in my family. Will send any possibilities I may find.

Incidently, William and Nancy McClintock mentioned below, are my weak link, and that's the reason I haven't mentioned them previously. I have alot on their ancestry.

Good to see your query.

Lurose (Patton)

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ELIZABETH McCLINTOCKs

of the approximate age to be Wm. McCune's wife. (b. 1738)

If a McCLINTOCK wife, husband must be deceased by 1769

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There is a John McClintock born about 1700 in Ireland whose will was filed in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. He may not have died until 1798. This John McClintock is supposedly eldest son of Wm. and Nancy McClintock who remained in Ireland. (Probably parents of Joseph McClintock who married Elizabeth Torrence); James McClintock who married Barbara ___ and came to America along with his brothers about 1740 and filed his will in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania; Alexander McClintock who Wrote and filed his will 10 November 1760 in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania and left five children; William McClintock who filed his will in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania and died in March 1808; Robert McClintock who married Martha __, and filed his will in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania and died about March 1793.

William married Nancy.

They had the following children:

2 i. Joseph (1701-ca1799)

3 ii. John

iii. James.

iv. Robert.

4 v. Alexander (~1718-1760)

vi. William.

Second Generation

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Family of William McCLINTOCK (1) & Nancy

2. Joseph McCLINTOCK (William1).1 Joseph was born in County Tyrone, Ireland, in 1701. Joseph died in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, circa August 6, 1799; he was 98.

Notes on Joseph McClintock:2

William McClintock stated in deposition that he came to KY in Apr 1775 with Joseph Houston, Wm Steele, James Thomson, Henry Thomson,Wm. Miller, John Miller, Richard Clarke, Wm Nesbit, Henry Hartley, Wm. Flinn, John Shearer, Patrick Logan, and Alex. Pollock, brother of James Pollock.

Deposition taken 15 and 16 of April 1819: Deposition by William Miller states that William McClintock came with John Miller, Wm. Steele, Alexander Pollock and others in 1775 and returned to KY. William, supposedly, did not return to KY until 1784.

James McMillan stated his depostition of same date that he heard Simon Kenton, John Fleming and Jonathan McClelland and one Cooper speak of Miller’s improvement, that Wm. McClelland, Wm. Miller and Samuel Nesbit had improved about a mile or mile and quarter from Millersburg.

Will filed August 6, 1799, in Cumberland Co., PA

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Research: Joseph owned land in what was to become Toboyne twp., Perry Co., PA as early as 1755, a land record mentions his name as an adjoining property owner.

Joseph first appears on the tax rolls in 1763 as definately living in Cumberland Co. Although he may have been there earlier.

Marriages by Rev. John Linn, Centre Pres. Church, Sherman Valley, PA, include some of his children.

Joseph's will is probated in 1799, in Cumberland Co., PA

Mollie James' The McClintock Family, 1944 has a lot of material that was collected by family members in Kentucky as early as the 1890s.

David Anderson's work on Joseph McClintock's family was very helpful, his email is: dandersn@

In 1740 Joseph married Elizabeth TORRENCE, daughter of Hugh TORRENCE & Elizabeth, in Pennsylvania. Elizabeth was born circa 1723. Elizabeth died in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, in 1758; she was 35.

They had the following children:

5 i. Mary (1742-1827)

6 ii. Joseph (1744-1825)

7 iii. Daniel B. (1746-1799)

iv. Alexander. Alexander was born in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, on September 2, 1748. Alexander died in Ross County, Ohio, on November 11, 1812; he was 64. Alexander was buried in Peecher Cemetery, Ross County, Ohio.

Research: Much of the credit for this line goes to Bill Powell, bpow22549@

McClintock Family History by Mollie James said: ";Alexander, 'one of the two oldest boys [of Joseph McClintock]. He was apprenticed to a wheelwright to learn a trade.' He never came to Kentucky but remained in Pa.'";

His father Joseph's will, written in 1793 mentions him as his son living within hauling distance: ";I leave and bequeathe to my son Alexander such as my bed and bed clothes with my body clothes...";

Alexander McClintock is probably the Alexander McClintock who appears on the Guilford twp., Cumberland Co. tax rolls from 1767 to 1782. Henry McClintock (ca. 1730-1826) appears in the same township for most of those years. They both headed west at the same time, maybe even traveling together. Henry located in South Huntingdon twp., Westmoreland Co., PA, while Alexander located in Tyrone twp., Fayette Co., PA. These two townships were adjoining. Alexander appeared on the tax rolls from 1783 until 1797, in 1787 he was taxed for a grist mill. In this same year he received a patent from the Commonwealth of Penn. for 132 acres in Tyrone twp. on the Youghiogheny River, known as ";Boat Harbor."; Maybe Alexander had a boat?

Alexander moved into the neighborhood of the Tyrone Presbyterian Church. In this community was Alexander's uncle James Torrence, who had located there in 1772. Living near the Torrences were several other Torrence kin: Barnett Cunningham, Margery Huston, William Cunningham and Ann Clark. These folks were James Torrence's half-brothers and sisters, from Sarah's (the third wife of Hugh Torrence) first marriage to Barnett Cunningham. Also in this neighborhood were the Stewarts: Jacob, John, Abraham and David. John Stewart gave the church land to build its first meeting house in the 1780s. His brother, Jacob became a Justice of the Peace in 1787, and it was he who witnessed the deed of Alexander and Elizabeth McClintock, when they sold their land in 1797 to Abraham Stouffer [Fayette Co. Deed Book H, p. 60].

In 1797 or 1798, Alexander moved his wife and grown family of ten children west again for Ohio. According to the Pioneer Record of Ross County, Ohio, p. 88, the first settlement, in what was to become Liberty twp., was made on the High Bank Prairie in 1798, by James Kilgore, Thomas Orr, Milton Jones, Zeb Orr, Amos Taylor, Thomas Jones, and McClintock. A few years later in 1802, when the land sales were made in Chillicothe, some of the best tracts on the High Bank were bid out from under these earliest settlers. Amos Taylor, Thomas Jones and Alexander McClintock moved to Walnut Creek. According to the History of Ross and Highland Counties, OH, 1880, p. 274 and 278, Alexander McClintock combined with Thomas Jones and Samuel Hoshauer to purchase an entire section on Walnut creek in 1804. Alexander took the southern third right on the creek and built a grist mill, just as he had done in Fayette Co., PA. Alexander also made a chapel out of a room in his house and applied to the Presbytery for a Presbyterian Association, which was never granted. The members of his small, unofficial Church were composed of his large family and some young folks in the neighborhood. The church lasted 10-15 years until he and Elizabeth passed away. Alexander and his sons also built a still out back which was vandalized one night. They heard a noise in the house and went to inspect the still house, and found some of the large copper kettles dented.

Important documents, given to me by Bill Powell prove Alexander and Elizabeth's children: a 1909 list of births for the family and Alexander's 1812 will in Ross Co., OH. I also collected a will of his son Adam McClintock from the Miami Co., OH clerk several years ago. Hal Coleman sent me some invaluable cemetery inscriptions of Alexander in his family in Peecher Cemetery, Ross Co., OH.

i. Adam McClintock; Born 28 Nov 1780 in PA. Died 3 Dec 1827 in Miami Co., OH.

Research: Will of Adam McClintick, dated 20 Oct 1827, proven 3 Dec 1827, mentions: wife Margery, brother John, sister Mary Stanley and his deceased brother, Joseph's estate. Witnessed by William McClintick. It is apparent that he had no issue.

He married Margery Cling, 22 Nov 1816 in Miami Co., OH.

ii. William McClintock; Born 30 Sep 1781 in PA. Died 27 Mar 1821 in Ross Co., OH. Buried in Peecher Cemetery, Ross Co., OH.

Research: Served in the War of 1812

He married Martha Drummond, 15 Jul 1819 in Ross Co., OH.

iii. Joseph McClintock; Born 30 Nov 1782 in PA. Died 1827 in Ross Co., OH. Buried in Peecher Cemetery, Ross Co., OH.

Research: Served in War of 1812

iv. Elizabeth McClintock; Born 10 Jun 1784 in Fayette Co., PA.

She married Caleb Odle.

v. Rebecka McClintock; Born 11 Jan 1786 in Fayette Co., PA.

Research: Moved to Shelby Co., OH by 1828.

She married John Graig.

vi. Mary McClintock; Born 30 Mar 1787 in Fayette Co., PA.

She married James Stanley, 30 Sep 1813 in Ross Co., OH.

15 vii. Alexander McClintock

16 viii. John McClintock

ix. Margeret McClintock; Born 2 Apr 1792 in Fayette Co., PA.

x. Sarah McClintock; Born 23 Mar 1794 in Fayette Co., PA. Died 3 Jan 1857 in Shelby Co., OH.

She married William McClintock, 9 Feb 1813 in Ross Co., OH. Born 5 Aug 1786 in Nicholas Co., KY. Died 3 Dec 1851 in Shelby Co., OH.

Circa 1779 Alexander married Elizabeth. Elizabeth was born in 1754. Elizabeth died in Ross County, Ohio, on August 26, 1818; she was 64. Elizabeth was buried in Peecher Cemetery, Ross County, Ohio.

8 v. Elizabeth Torrence (1750-1819)

9 vi. Agnes “Nancy” (1752-1836)

10 vii. Ann (1755-1825)

viii. Sarah. Sarah was born in Sherman's Valley, Near Carlisle, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, on July 9, 1755. Sarah died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on December 19, 1825; she was 70.

Sarah McClintock. Born Circa 1748 in PA. Died 1809 in Monroe Co., VA.

Research: Genealogy of the Dike and Torrence Families by Nellie K. Thurston Burkhart, p. 97 says that Alexander and Sarah (McClintock) Torrence lived and died in the Shenendoah Valley. Alexander Clark was living in Teboyne twp., Cumberland Co., PA until 1782, when he sold his 150 acres of land and moved to Greenbrier Co., VA. He first appears on the tax rolls in 1783 next to the James Ellison family on Hans Creek, which would become part of Monroe Co., WV in 1799. He took out a survey in 1785 on Indian Creek for 330 acres.

History of Monroe Co., WV by Oren Morton, p. 327

";Alexander (Sarah), mentioned as an old man, seems to have lived on Indian. He helped to appraise the Estill estate in 1792 and died in 1794. Samuel Clark was a testator to his will. In 1809 the widow owned five slaves and personalty valued at $1,389.03. Children: James, Rebecca (Samuel Cantly), William, Ralph, Martha (John Campbell, 1804), Alexander, John, Samuel.

They had the following children:

i. James Clark;

ii. Rebecca Clark;

iii. William Clark;

iv. Ralph Clark;

v. Martha Clark;

vi. Alexander Clark;

vii. John Clark;

viii. Samuel Clark;

On December 17, 1770 Sarah married Alexander CLARK, in Upper West Concocheague, Cumberland Co., PA. Alexander died in 1794 in Greenbrier County, Virginia.

11 ix. Hugh (1758-1850)

12 x. Margaret (1761-1838)

xi. Susan. Susan was born about 1762. Susan died in Pennsylvania in December 1813; she was 51.

Susan married DUFFIE.

3. John McCLINTOCK (William1).

(1) -Alexander McClintock

Notes for Alexander:

Alexander and Sara TORRENCE McClintock had no children.

Administration on his estate was issued to his brother, Daniel.

Notes for Sara Torrence (dtr. of Hugh Torance by his third wife, Sarah Marjory ";Widow Cunningham";.)

(Of) Chambersburg, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania

Probably born in Ireland

Sara is a daughter of Hugh Torrence and his third wife, Mrs. Sarah Marjorie Cunningham.

Cumberland County Will Book G:

G. 189-190. MC CLINTOCK, SARAH, Mifflin. October 10, 1806. October 25, 1806. Alexander Weist son of Jacob Weist, now of Mifflin Township. Three half sisters, viz., Margera Huston, Ann Clark and Jane Blair. Sister in law Mary McFarlin. Two bros., viz., James and Hugh Torrance. Jane Buchanan the poor child bound to me and to her father Robert Buchanan. Friend Agness Drudge. Exs: Thomas McCormick and Samuel Fenton. Wit: James Harper, Henry Krettle.

(2) -Daniel McClintock b. 16 Sep 1716 d. 19 Jan 1799 Ruddle's Mills, Bourbon County, KY buried Stonermouth GY at Ruddle's Mills m. Frances 1731-1838.

Notes for Daniel:

Administration of the Will of his brother, Alexander McClintock was issued to him in 1795.

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Attached this Daniel's information here. Added the information as to dates, and burial from Old Stonermouth information. Not sure that this is the correct Daniel to be buried at Old Stonermouth by 1799 - Wife apparently lived on till 1838, when buried in a different graveyard, ";an abandoned cemetery on the outskirts of Ruddle's Mills.

(3) -Mary McClintock (No further information)

(4)-Ann McClintock (No further information)

(5) -ELIZABETH or BETSEY McCLINTOCK (No further information)

Lurose Patton

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Children:

i. Daniel.

From Lurose Patton e-mail, dated February 21, 2002 (LuPatt@):

Daniel McClintock b. 16 Sep 1716 d. 19 Jan 1799 Ruddle's Mills, Bourbon County, KY buried Stonermouth GY at Ruddle's Mills m. Frances 1731-1838.

Notes for Daniel:

Administration of the Will of his brother, Alexander McClintock was issued to him in 1795.

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Attached this Daniel's information here. Added the information as to dates, and burial from Old Stonermouth information. Not sure that this is the correct Daniel to be buried at Old Stonermouth by 1799 - Wife apparently lived on till 1838, when buried in a different graveyard, ";an abandoned cemetery on the outskirts of Ruddle's Mills.

Daniel married Frances. Frances was born in 1731. Frances died in 1838; she was 107.

ii. Mary.

iii. Ann.

iv. Elizabeth “Betsey”.

NOTE: It is possible that Elizabeth is the wife of William McCune. While it is only speculation at this juncture, Elizabeth’s father, John, was on the tax rolls of Hopewell Township, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania in 1753.

4. Alexander McCLINTOCK (William1). Alexander was born in Ireland about 1718. Alexander died in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, on August 24, 1760; he was 42.

Research: In 1744 Alexander was a trustee for Big Spring Presbyterian Church's pulpit fund. The church is located near Newville, PA in Cumberland Co., PA. Alexander appeared on the 1751 and 1753 tax returns in Cumberland Co., PA in Hopewell and Middleton twps. He purchased land from William Keith in 1756. His will was probated 10 Sep 1760 in Cumberland Co., PA.

Orphan's Court docket 1, p. 71, 24 Aug 1762: came into court John McNaught, esq. of Cumberland Co., PA and prayed guardians be appointed over Mary and Margaret McClintock, children of Alexander McClintock, decd., court appointed John McClure at the creek and Walter Denny, guardians.

Orphan's court docket 2, p. 78, Cumberland Co., PA, dated 19 May 1767, account of Alexander McClintock's estate, submitted by his executors: John McKnight and John Kerr, lists: widow, Martha; children: Daniel, Jane, William, Mary and Margaret McClintock.

Orphan's court docket 2, p. 165, Cumberland Co., PA, dated 3 Jan 1772, John Kerr, surviving executor of Alexander McClintock, decd., further divides 218 pounds to his heirs: widow gets 1/3 and his children 2/3rds, children: Daniel, Jane, William, Mary's heirs, and Margaret.

1783, Margaret Boyd of Rowan Co., NC, filed a petition with the Cumberland Co., PA court, stating that her former guardian, John McClure, still had some of her money and was living near Carlisle, PA. She mentioned her father as Alexander McClintock, decd. and her mother as Martha, still living.

About 1745 Alexander married Martha, in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.

They had one child:

13 i. William (1750-1819)

Third Generation

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Family of Joseph McCLINTOCK (2) & Elizabeth TORRENCE

5. Mary McCLINTOCK (Joseph2, William1). Mary was born in Pennsylvania in 1742. Mary died in Near Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on December 14, 1827; she was 85. Mary was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

Mary married Henry THOMPSON Sr.. Henry was born in 1740. Henry died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on June 26, 1827; he was 87. Henry was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

One of the original exploratory expedition of 1775.

They had the following children:

i. Jane. Jane was born on April 15, 1776. Jane died in Near Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on December 13, 1789; she was 13. Jane was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

ii. Ann. Ann was born on October 9, 1777. Ann died in Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky, on December 14, 1827; she was 50. Ann was buried in Millersburg Cemetery, Millersburg, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

14 iii. Henry (1782-1852)

6. Joseph McCLINTOCK (Joseph2, William1). Joseph was born in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, in 1744. Joseph died in Nicholas County, Kentucky, in 1825; he was 81.

Research: Joseph's son, Daniel left a will in Nicholas Co., KY that names his five brothers and sister. Prob. Dec 1826.

Mollie Jame's McClintock Family History says of Joseph:

";Joseph, the oldest son, was apprenticed to a man who made sickles, he learned the trade and saved $1,000.00 continental money from the sale of his handiwork. He was remembered as a man of high temper and great energy.";

Deed Book F, page 22, dated Oct 19th (no year given), Henry Thompson and Mary (McClintock) his wife to Joseph McClintock, 604 1/2 acres of land upon the waters of Hinkson, adj. Hubbard Williams and Alexander Pollock's settlement, it being half of Henry Thompson's settlement plus 200 additonal acres from the over-survey which Thompson promised to Joseph McClintock for clearing out pre-emption and securing title for him (Nicholas Co., record)

Book: Grace and Truth... by William McEwen, minister of the gospel at Dundee, 1764. Across from the preface is: Joseph McClintock his book bougt in Philidelphia in the year 1777 price 7:6. On the cover page is written: David McClintock's book bought at sale Sept. 1824.

Deed B, p. 278 Nicholas Co., KY, lists heirs of Joseph McClintock in the division of his lands.

1880 census, Harrison Co., KY, p. 6D, Joseph was born in PA according to his son, Alexander.

On September 18, 1783 Joseph married Rebecca PATTEN, daughter of William PATTON (1725-1795) & Martha FULLERTON, in Pennsylvania. Rebecca was born in Ireland circa 1750. Rebecca died in Nicholas County, Kentucky, after 1825; she was 75.

They had the following children:

i. Joseph. Joseph was born in Kentucky in 1784. Joseph died in Kentucky in 1846; he was 62.

On October 4, 1821 Joseph married Louisa CALDWELL, in Nicholas County, Kentucky.

15 ii. William (1786-1851)

16 iii. Thomas (~1788-~1840)

17 iv. John (1793-1840)

v. Sallie.

Sallie married ALKHORN.

vi. Daniel. Daniel was born in 1797. Daniel died in 1827; he was 30.

18 vii. Elizabeth (1799-1853)

19 viii. Alexander F. (1801-1881)

7. Daniel B. McCLINTOCK (Joseph2, William1). Daniel B. was born in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, on September 16, 1746. Daniel B. died in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on January 9, 1799; he was 52. Daniel B. was buried in Old Stonermouth Presbyterian Church Graveyard, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

McCLINTOCK, DANIEL-B, 25-Wife, Frances, (Penn. currency); children to be schooled, viz: Elizabeth, Thos., Joseph, Margaret and Alex. Bros., Wm. Nisbet with Joseph and Wm. McClintock, Extrs. Oct. 20, 1798-Jan. 1799. Wts.: John Ardery, John Hickman.3

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Research: Will, 1798, Bourbon Co., KY. American Genealogy of the Allied Families of McKee, McClintock, Mills and Stipp, Compiled by James Robert McKee, 1900. This family history sketches out many of the brothers and sisters of Daniel too.

On July 26, 1782 Daniel B. married Frances CLARK, in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. Frances was born in 1751. Frances died in Bourbon County, Kentucky, in 1838; she was 87. Frances was buried in Old Stonermouth Presbyterian Church Graveyard, Bourbon County, Kentucky.

They had the following children:

i. Elizabeth.

In 1805 Elizabeth married Alexander DINWIDDIE, in Bourbon County, Kentucky.

20 ii. Margaret (1789-1859)

iii. Thomas. Thomas was born in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, circa 1785.

They had the following children:

i. Nancy McClintock; Born Circa 1834 in Bourbon Co., KY.

ii. Fanny McClintock; Born Circa 1832 in Bourbon Co., KY.

iii. Sarah McClintock; Born Circa 1836 in Bourbon Co., KY.

iv. Joseph McClintock; Born Circa 1838 in Bourbon Co., KY.

v. Joshua McClintock; Born Circa 1843 in Bourbon Co., KY.

Circa 1830 Thomas married Rachel CORBIN.

iv. Alexander. Alexander died before 1825.

21 v. Joseph (1787-1836)

8. Elizabeth Torrence McCLINTOCK (Joseph2, William1). Elizabeth Torrence was born in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, in June 1750. Elizabeth Torrence died in Nicholas County, Kentucky, on August 27, 1819; she was 69.

In 1776 Elizabeth Torrence married William McCLINTOCK (13) , son of Alexander McCLINTOCK (4) (about 1718-August 24, 1760) & Martha, in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. William was born in County Tyrone, Ireland, in June 1750. William died in Nicholas County, Kentucky, on March 20, 1819; he was 68.

Notes for WILLIAM MCCLINTOCK:

William McClintock (1750) came from Cumberland County, PA to Nicholas County, KY to settle 400 acres of land grant. It is believed he came to Kentucky by boat down the Licking river. In 1780-81, he was a private under Captain John Nelson, 5th Battalion, Cumberland County, Militia. (Vol. 23 3rd Series - Penna. Archives. Elizabeth Torrence McClintock was the daughter of Joseph McClintock who was born in Tyrone County, Ireland in 1701 and Elizabeth Torrence. William and Elizabeth were cousins.

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Deposition of Henry Thompson states he came to Ky. 1775 in company with Wm. Nesbit, Wm. Steele, Wm. McClintock, Jos. Houston and others to the number of abt. fourteen, that John Hinkson, John Martin, John Haggin and others to the number of At. fourteen joined his company at Blue Licks, deponent left this country 1775 and did not return until 1784. Question by F. Marshall for self and those claiming under claim. of Patty Harris, late Patty Wethers: ";Did you not know where improvement was in 1775 or '76?"; Deponent states he only heard of it, that the co. divided into companies of three or four persons, that Wm. Steele, Houston and, he believes, Wm. Flennand, Richard Clark improved with Nesbit in 1775, and he heard Wm. Craig, Wm. Houston and Robert Thompson say they worked with Nesbit 1776, heard Nesbit say he intended improving on Thompson'& run for his brother, that Nesbit came abt. harvest 1776 to Penn. from Ky., that Wm. Steele made improvement 1775.

Deposition of Wm. McClintock, Nov. 27, 1816, states he came to Ky. 1775, in ca. with Wm. Steele, Jos. Houston, Wm. Nesbit and others; he was not in Ky. from 1775 to 1784.

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Research: American Genealogy of the Allied Families of McKee, McClintock, Mills and Stipp. by James Robert McKee. 1900.

The United States Biographical Dictionary, Illinois, 1876, p. 744-755.

";William McClintock...was born in Sherman's Valley, near the city of Carlisle, Pennsylvania, in 1752";

Deposition Book A, Bourbon Co., KY, Nov. 25, 1816, deposition of William Steele, taken at the home of John Nesbit. Stated that he first came to Kentucky in 1775 with fourteen people, including: William Nesbit and Joseph Houston. Their company entered Limestone trace to buffalo trail, now called Ruddell's road, camped on Millers run and drew lots for land. Steele lived in PA until 1779 and came again in 1780.

Deposition of Henry Thompson, stated that he came to Kentucky in 1775 with William Nesbit, William Steele, William McClintock, Joseph Houston, and others. Deponent left and did not return until 1784.

Deposition of William McClintock, Nov 27, 1816, said that he came to Kentucky in 1775 with William Steele, Joseph Houston, William Nesbit and others, he was not in Kentucky from 1775 to 1784.

1774 Cumberland Co., PA tax return for Teboyne twp. lists the three William McClintocks, which have caused so much confusion: William McClintock 80 acres, William McClintock, Jr. 50 acres and William McClintock, freeman. William McClintock, freeman has to be the William McClintock of this sketch, that moved to Kentucky in 1785. He did not marry Elizabeth McClintock, until ca. 1776, before his eldest child, Joseph, was born in Dec. 1777 and after his trip to Kentucky. The tax return indicates that the other two William McClintocks were married. According to Pennsylvania law, freemen denoted an unmarried person on the tax rolls. The appearance of William on the tax rolls in 1774 for the first time would indicate 1753 as his year of birth, very close to the year of 1752 given by his grandson, William of St. Claire Co., IL. From 1778 to 1788, the William of this sketch appears on the tax rolls as not owning any land, and some years he is described as a blacksmith. The other two Williams always own land, and are consistenly described as William McClintock and William McClintock, Jr. The William McClintock, who is not described as Jr. or blacksmith, shows up in Cumberland Co., PA as early as 1767, he is the exact same William who died in 1808 and left a will. William, Jr. was his son, named in his will. An important deed is, recorded in Cumberland Co., PA in 1787, where Janet McClintock conveys her inherited 126 acres of land to her husband, William. This helps differentiate William, Jr. from the William of this sketch, in that we know that William of KY was married to Elizabeth McClintock his entire life. Therefore,. through the process of elimination, the William of this sketch was the William on the tax returns that owned no land and was a blacksmith.

Here are the reasons that the William who moved to Kentucky was the son of Alexander McClintock, who died in 1760.

1. His grandson, William who was 16 years old (and lived near the William of this sketch) when he died, recalled that his grandfather was born in 1752 in Sherman's Valley, near Carlisle, PA. William and William, Jr. were living in Lancaster Co., PA at that time, as evidenced by tax returns. William and William, Jr. did not move to Teboyne until about 1767. The only possible parents for William in 1752, would have been: Joseph of Teboyne, Alexander of Middleton and John of Middleton. Joseph and John left wills and did not have a William as a son, this leaves only Alexander as his father.

2. Orphans court docket 2, p. 78, 19 May 1767, states that William McClintock was a minor orphan of Alexander McClintock, deceased. A researcher in the late 1800s uncovered a document that stated that Alexander's sons ";were put out to trades,"; this would help confirm his appearence in the tax rolls as a blacksmith.

3. Tax returns as indicated above, prove that William did not have any land. In 1787 when Janet McClintock, mentioned her husband as William McClintock, living in Teboyne and that she gave him 126 acres of land, this could not be the William who moved to Kentucky, he was already there at that time. On the 1781 tax returns, William McClintock, Jr. is listed as paying for 127 acres of land.

They had the following children:

22 i. Joseph (1777-1846)

ii. Alexander. Alexander was born on October 12, 1779.

On January 27, 1807 Alexander married Sarah “Sally” SHAW, in Bourbon County, Kentucky.

iii. Jane. Jane was born in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, in 1782.

Jane married John WILEY.

23 iv. Elizabeth (1784-1864)

24 v. Daniel (1786-)

25 vi. William (1787-1861)

26 vii. Hugh (1791-)

27 viii. Margaret

9. Agnes “Nancy” McCLINTOCK (Joseph2, William1). Agnes “Nancy” was born in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, in 1752. Agnes “Nancy” died in Marion County, Indiana, on August 26, 1836; she was 84.

Notes on Nancy McClintock:2

After William’s death, lived with son John and her favorite daughter-in-law, Mary McClure Nesbit, who died in Marion Co., IN in 1836.

Agnes “Nancy” married William NESBIT4, son of John NESBITT, in Pennsylvania. William was born in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, in 1750. William died in Bourbon County, Kentucky, on August 26, 1805; he was 55.

William Nesbit-(Cert. issd for 1400 pd &c) Wm Nisbit by Jno Martin this day claimed a settlement & preempt'n to a tract of land in the district of Kentucky on Acc't of raising a crop of Corn in the Country in the year 1776 lying on the North side of the Middle Fork of Licking Creek between a buffaloe Road & the s'd Creek adjoining of the Lower side of Wm Steeles land to include his improvement Satisfactory proof being made to the Court they are of Opinion that the s'd Nisbit. has a right to a settlement of 400 Acres of land to include the above Location & the preemption of 1000 Acres of land adjoining & that a Cert. issue accordingly.5

One of first settlers in Harrison Co., KY with a Miller, William Steele, William McClintock, Joseph Houston, Henry Thompson and others to the number of abt 14. Joined up with William Huston, at Blue Licks. Sarah Huston, Williams descendent, married Williams nephew, Nathan Nesbitt. It is Reported in Kentucky Records, Volume II that William started improvements on property along Blue Licks with William Steele, William Flennand, Richard Clark, and Joseph Houston as early as 1775 and worked on improvements with William Craig, William Houston and Robert Thompson in 1776 and he is said to have stated he intended on improving Thompsons run for his brother, and returned to PA about harvest time 1776.1



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