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Re: William Kinnebrew, d 1772 Southampton VA
Posted by: Wayne Stafford Date: August 08, 2000 at 09:02:48
In Reply to: Re: William Kinnebrew, d 1772 Southampton VA by Gail W. Young of 71

8 Aug 2000 Family Group Sheet
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Husband: William KINNEBREW
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Born: in:
Baptized: in:
Died: __ ___ 1772 in: St Luke Parish, Southampton Co, VA
Buried: in:
Other: in:
Ref: Occupation:
Father:
Mother:
There are many variations of the Kinnebrew, Kinabrew, or Kenebrue names.
One of the first know in America was William Kinnebrew, who was appointed
appraiser of the estate of John Bittle, September 11, 1760, Southhampton
County, Virginia. Land grant records could possibly show the approximate date
William entered Southhampton County, Virginia and St. Lukes Parish. His wife
was Ann Barrow as shown by the following abstract of Wills. Also the
abstracts will show a great number of names and relationships in the family.
Southhampton County, Virginia, Wills by Chapman - Vol 1, page 101- Dallas
Library. William Kinnebrew, Parish of St. Luke. Names: son Edwin; wife Ann;
son Jacob; son Shadrack. Executors: Wife and sons, Shadrack and Jacob. Dated
November 19, 1772. Proved December 8, 1772. Witness: Elias Fort & Robert
Bittle. Will Book 3 Page 18.
(Vol. 2 Page 4) John Barrow - Will - Names: Oldest son William; son
Daniel; son John; Grandaughter Phebea Hill Barrow; daughter Anne Kinnebrew;
daughter Hannah Pittman; daughter Martha Frizzell. Executors: Son John Barrow
and Benjamin Turner. Witness: John Blake, Henry Stephenson and Lucy
Stephenson. Dated July 29, 1776. Recorded January 9, 1777.
(Vol. 2 Page 4) Ann Kinnebrew - Names: son Edwin; son Lot; grandaughter
Prissy Kinnebrew. Executor: friend, Benjamin Blunt. Witness: Mary Bittle and
Benj. Blunt. Dated November 12, 1776. Recorded January 9, 1777.
(Page 4) Lot Kinnebrew - Inventory - February 13, 1777. (Evidently
inventory of Ann Kinnebrew's estate.
(Page 6) Ann Kinnebrew Estate - Appraised by John Kirby and Kirby
Brittle (Bittle?). August 14, 1777.
(Page9) Estate of Mrs. Ann Kinnebrew - Accounts current. Paid the
accounts of Sharack and Jacob Kinnebrew. Paid legacies to Shadrack, Edwin and
Lot Kinnebrew. Signed: Benjamin Blunt. Audited by Charles Briggs and Arthur
Foster. January 8, 1778.
(Nov. 6, 1776) - Indenture between Jacob Kinnebrew, of Southampton
County, Virginia, Edith, his wife and Ann, his mother etc - bought of his
father, William Kinnebrew deceased.
(Vol 1 ) Southhampton County, Virginia, Wills by Chapman - William
Kirby - Will - Names: son William, "land bought of Thomas Gilliam, when he
is 21"; son John ; son Turner; when he is 21; daughter Milly Drew; daughter
Elizabeth Howell; daughter Edith Kinnebrew; daughter Mary Nicholson;
grandaughter Mason Holt; wife Mary Kirby. Executors: son John Kirby and
Joshua Nicholson. Witness: George Gurley, David Edmunds & Robert Bittle.
Dated September 26, 1772. Recorded November 12, 1772.
(Vol. 1 Page 113) Mary Kirby - Will - Names: son Turner; son
William; grandaughter Mason Holt; daughter Milly Drew; son John; daughter Mary
Nicholson; daughter Elizabeth Howell; daughter Edith Kinnebrew. Witness: John
Barrow Jr. and M. _____. Dated March 24, 1774. Recorded October 13, 1774.
(Page 30) Edwin Kinnebrew - Will - St. Lukes Parish - Names: Henry
Kennebrew "land on which my father lived"; Priscilla Kennebrew; Shadrack
Kennebrew. Executors: friend, John Barrow and brother, Shadrack Kinnebrew.
Witness: Pheby H. Barrow & John Denson. Dated November 4, 1780. Recorded
February 8, 1781.

FROM THE "BARROW - AN OLD SOUTHERN FAMILY"

William Kinabrew's estate was appraised by Thomas Barrow, John Barrow
and Martin Middleton was was recorded on 12-22-1740. This William Kinnebrew
may have been the father of William Kinnebrew who married Ann Barrow, one of
the daughters of John Barrow who died 1776-1777. In 1740, ths was still the
county of Isle of Wight. While the familes did not move, the name of that area
changed.



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Wife: Ann BARROW died at age: 56
Married: in:
Ceremony: Divorced/Annulled/Separated: Year:
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Born: __ ___ 1720 in:
Baptized: in:
Died: __ ___ 1776 in: St Luke Parish, Southampton Co, VA
Buried: in:
Other: in:
Ref: Occupation:
Father: John BARROW
FROM THE "BARROW - AN OLD SOUTHERN FAMILY"

When the estate of Thomas Barrow, Sr., of Southampton Co., Was settled
in 1763, we find that Hosea Barrow, on of the orphans of Thomas Barrow, Jr.,
(who died testate in Onslow Co., N. C.) was represented in his grandfather's
estate by Jacob Kinnebrew, presumable the son of Ann Barrow Kinnebrew.
Assuming that Jacob Kinnebrew was at least 21 years of age, to be appointed
guardian to represent the orphan Jacob Barrow's interest about 1763 to 1765
when the Accounts were settled, then we know he was born at least as early as
bout 1740. According to the way he was listed in his father's Will, he was not
the oldest son of Ann Barrow and William Kinnebrew. This information helps us
to establish that Ann Barrow was likely born 20 or more years earlier, or
about 1720.

Ann Barrow, born circa 1720 or perhaps earlier, likely married about
1738. When she made her Will on November 12th, 1776, about 4 years after her
husband died, she named her sons Edwin and Lot Kinnebrew and a grandaughter
Prissy (Pricilla) Kinnebrew. We have not learned whether the other two sons
named Jacob and Shadrach Kinnebrew were deceased by this time. We did note
that her son, Lot, was deceased prior to February 13th, 1777 when his estate
was appraised.

Ann Barrow Kinnebrew named "friend" Benjamin Blunt to serve as her
executor. Her Will was witnessed by Benjamin Blunt and Mary Bittle. Ann died
soon after making her Will which was admitted to probate on January 9th, 1777.
So, we can see that she died about the same time as her son Lot. Also, about
the same time as her father, John Barrow, whose Will was proven on the same
date of January 9th, 1777 with the Inventory of his estate files on March 13th
1777.
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M Child 1 Jacob KINNEBREW died at age: 75
Born: __ ___ 1740/50 in: St Luke Parish, Southampton Co, VA
Baptized: in:
Died: __ ___ 1815 in: Lincoln County, Georgia
Buried: in:
Other: in:
Ref: Occupation:
Spouse: Edith KIRBY
Married: in:
Ceremony: Divorced/Annulled/Separated: Year:
Some of the records for Jacob Kinnebew of Wilkes and Lincoln Counties,
Georgia are as follows: Wilkes County, Georgia - Revolutionary Records of
Georgia, Vol. 3 Page 50 - Refugees, Citizens by Resolve, August 19181 and
October 20, 1781; Sanders Walker of Jacob Kinnebrew.
January 1782 - The petition of Jacob Kinnebrew and Elijah Warden was
read and referred to the Committee on Petitions.
(Jacob Kinnebrew was a Revolutionary solider. He fought in forces of
Col. Elijah Clarke. April 6, 1785, Col. Clarke certified Jacob Kinnebrew a
refugee who had done faithful service and was entitled to bounty land.)
Jacob Kinnebrew was granted 350 acres in Wilkes County, Georgia, 22
September 1784 (Vol. 2 Page 708). Another grant of 287.5 acres 71 January
1785. Register of Grants Book LLL (1786-1787) page 278 - Grant to Jacob
Kinnebrew in Franklin County, Georgia. Dated: 16 December 1786 - Warrant
No. 881.
Wilkes County, Georgia Deeds - Book MM 1794-1795 Page 60 - 17 August
1792 Jacob Kinnebrew to Henry Kinnebrew, both of Wilkes County, Georgia.
Also Book MM Page 143 - Jacob Kinnebrew to Leonard Switzer.
Lincoln County, Georgia -- Deed Book I Page 4. - Indentures between
Priscilla Banres and Henry Kinnebrew, devisees of Jacob Kinnebrew, late of
Lincoln County and relict and widow, Elizabeth Kinnebrew. 15 July 1815.
Marriage Bonds - Lincoln County, Georgia 1809 Page 67 - Jacob
Kinnebrew to Elizabeth Switzer. (The second marriage of Jacob Kinnebrew).
Georgia Passports - 1785-1820 by Mary G. Bryan - page 208. David and
Jordan Kinnebrew receive passports to travel through Creek Nation, 6 November
1809. (David and Jordan Kinnebrew settled in Mississippi, but Jordan moved
back to Georgia).
Records indicate the Jacob Kinnebrew married Edith Kirby in Virginia
before 1772 and that Henry and Priscilla were their oldest children.
Priscilla was named in the Will of her grandmother in 1776, possibly this was
the daughter of Jacob. Henry and Priscilla were named in the Will of Edwin
Kinnebrew in 1780. There is no record of the date of Edith Kirby Kinnebrw's
death.
Edith Kibry was a witness to a Will of Joseph Warren in 1775 in
Southampton County, Virgina. She was a witness to the Will of Benjamin Turner
which was dated 1771 and recorded in 1781. (Southhampton County, Virginia,
Wills by Chapman).




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M Child 2 Shadrack KINNEBREW
Born: in:
Baptized: in:
Died: in:
Buried: in:
Other: in:
Ref: Occupation:
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M Child 3 Edwin KINNEBREW
Born: in:
Baptized: in:
Died: in:
Buried: in:
Other: in:
Ref: Occupation:
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M Child 4 Lot KINNEBREW
Born: in:
Baptized: in:
Died: in:
Buried: in:
Other: in:
Ref: Occupation:
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