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Enoch McKinney born abt 1760- 1770
Posted by: Anne DeMarce (ID *****7019) Date: April 08, 2010 at 13:29:39
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am trying to find out where Enoch McKinney originated. His son Stephen indicated on all Census that his parents, Enoch McKinney and Mary Feland, were born in Scotland. He married Mary Feland June 20 1795, Lincoln County, Kentucky. It has been suggested that he is the son of Samuel re a will of John Biggs naming his son Stephen as one of the heirs. It is believed that Mary Biggs is a daughter of Samuel McKinney. Also there is a Rebecca McKinney that married John Biggs. And possibly Enoch could be their brother. This info comes from what I have found from other people's input. No one has mentioned that Stephen had 2 sisters, 1 named Anna and the other Amilda. The person I believe to be Anna shows up on the 1810 Kentucky Census. Amilda wasn't born until Dec 1810. They moved to Missouri. Anna married Mark Goodhue and Amilda first married a Harlan McCoy and later a Humphrey Harlow. Anna stayed in Missouri, Amilda moved to Pike County, Illinois and Stephen ended up in Missouri.

Does anyone have any info on this family. Enoch surely had brothers that moved elsewhere. I have seen a few people with the name Enoch showing up in the mid 1800's in Indiana and a few other states.

Any input would be appreciated. Thanks.



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