Below are three generations of you McBryde, I think, starting with Thomas Irving McBryde and going down.
And below the double row of ZZZs is a modified pedigree going from child to parent with out notes or other children to let you see how far back I can go.
Thomas J. McBryde
1. Thomas Irving MCBRYDE was born on 24 Jun 1858 in Mobile, AL. He died on 26 Dec 1934. He was buried in Hickory Grove C, Star City, AR.
Thomas Irving MCBRYDE and Mary Euphemia MCBRYDE were married on 22 Jun 1884. Mary Euphemia MCBRYDE (daughter of Alexander Porter MCBRIDE and Sarah CRAWFORD) was born on 26 Jan 1849 in Tippah Co, MS. She died on 5 Feb 1930. She was buried in Hickory Grove C., Star City, AR. Thomas Irving MCBRYDE and Mary Euphemia MCBRYDE had the following children:
+2 i. Clan B MCBRYDE, born on 1 Mar 1889; married Ruby Anderson BOYD, on 29 Jul 1939; died on 5 Jan 1968, Monticello, AR.
3 ii. CRAWFORD MCBRYDE was born on 20 Nov 1887 in Ripley, Tippa Co, MS. !Never married
+4 iii. Robbie Greer MCBRYDE, born on 8 Oct 1891; died on 26 Jan 1977.
2. Clan B MCBRYDE (Thomas Irving-1) was born on 1 Mar 1889. He died on 5 Jan 1968 in Monticello, AR.
WEATHERFORD died in 1957. Clan B MCBRYDE and WEATHERFORD had the following children:
+5 i. Leonard C MCBRYDE, born on 11 Feb 1924; married Donna DEAM, on 18 Dec 1948, Pine Bluff, AR.
Clan B MCBRYDE and Ruby Anderson BOYD were married on 29 Jul 1939. Ruby Anderson BOYD was born. Clan B MCBRYDE and Ruby Anderson BOYD had the following children:
6 i. Hazel Euphemia MCBRYDE was born on 19 May 1940.
7 ii. Leona Gladys MCBRYDE was born on 7 Jan 1944. !Data by Ralph G McBRYDE
4. Robbie Greer MCBRYDE (Thomas Irving-1) was born on 8 Oct 1891. He died on 26 Jan 1977. He was buried in Mem.Gdn. N. Cem., Pine Bluff, AR. Robbie Greer McBRYDE worked 39 yrs. w/Cotton Belt R.R.
Minnie Modean OWEN was born on 27 Oct 1892. She died on 16 May 1962. She was buried in Mem.Gdn. N. Cem., Pine Bluff. !Father-Francis Marion OWEN MOTHER-Martha Meraldia Robbie Greer MCBRYDE and Minnie Modean OWEN had the following children:
+8 i. Ralph GILBERT MCBRYDE Dr., born on 2 Apr 1918, Rest, AR; married Francis Marzelle HARTSELL, on 29 Sep 1938, SHERRIL, AR.
5. Leonard C MCBRYDE (Clan B-2, Thomas Irving-1) was born on 11 Feb 1924. !Data by Ralph G McBRYDE Wife-Dona M DEAN
Leonard C MCBRYDE and Donna DEAM were married on 18 Dec 1948 in Pine Bluff, AR. Donna DEAM was born. Leonard C MCBRYDE and Donna DEAM had the following children:
9 i. Clifford B MCBRYDE was born on 18 Feb 1951 in Little Rock, AR. !Data on above family furnished by Ralph G. McBRYDE
10 ii. Barbara Lyn MCBRYDE was born on 10 Apr 1953 in Little Rock, AR.
11 iii. Donald Lee MCBRYDE was born on 18 May 1958 in Little Rock, AR. !Data on above family furnished by Ralph G. McBRYDE
8. Ralph GILBERT MCBRYDE Dr. (Robbie Greer-2, Thomas Irving-1) was born on 2 Apr 1918 in Rest, AR. !Data on this family by Ralph G McBRYDE Grad. from Missouri
College, St Louis, 1938
Ralph GILBERT MCBRYDE Dr. and Francis Marzelle HARTSELL were married on 29 Sep 1938 in SHERRIL, AR. Francis Marzelle HARTSELL was born on 23 Jul 1921 in Union Co, AR. Ralph GILBERT MCBRYDE Dr. and Francis Marzelle HARTSELL had the following children:
+12 i. William Clayton MCBRYDE, born on 8 Feb 1943; married Norma Paulette WILLEY, on 9 Jun 1963; married Martha BLACK WOOTEN, on 24 Jun 1977, Damastus, AR.
13 ii. Leah Denice MCBRYDE was born on 19 Nov 1951 in Pine Bluff, AR.
12. William Clayton MCBRYDE (Ralph GILBERT-3, Robbie Greer-2, Thomas Irving-1) was born on 8 Feb 1943.
William Clayton MCBRYDE and Norma Paulette WILLEY were married on 9 Jun 1963. Norma Paulette WILLEY was born. William Clayton MCBRYDE and Norma Paulette WILLEY had the following children:
14 i. William Clayton MCBRYDE Jr was born on 27 May 1965 in Pine Bluff, AR.
15 ii. John Kurtis MCBRYDE was born on 28 Jul 1966 in Chicago.
16 iii. James CLINTON MCBRYDE was born on 26 Jan 1973 in Little Rock, AR. !Data by Ralph G McBRYDE
William Clayton MCBRYDE and Martha BLACK WOOTEN were married on 24 Jun 1977 in Damastus, AR. Martha BLACK WOOTEN was born on 2 Dec. William Clayton MCBRYDE and Martha BLACK WOOTEN had the following children:
17 i. Daniel NEAL MCBRYDE was born on 23 Feb 1980 in Weldon, AR.
18 ii. Ashley Dyan MCBRYDE was born on 29 Jul 1983 in Weldon, AR. !Data on above family by Ralph G McBRYDE
1. Barbara Lyn MCBRYDE was born on 10 Apr 1953 in Little Rock, AR.
2. Leonard C MCBRYDE was born on 11 Feb 1924. !Data by Ralph G McBRYDE Wife-Dona M DEAN Leonard C MCBRYDE and Donna DEAM were married on 18 Dec 1948 in Pine Bluff, AR.
3. Donna DEAM was born.
4. Clan B MCBRYDE was born on 1 Mar 1889. He died on 5 Jan 1968 in Monticello, AR.
5. WEATHERFORD died in 1957.
8. Thomas Irving MCBRYDE was born on 24 Jun 1858 in Mobile, AL. He died on 26 Dec 1934. He was buried in Hickory Grove C, Star City, AR. Thomas Irving MCBRYDE and Mary Euphemia MCBRYDE were married on 22 Jun 1884.
9. Mary Euphemia MCBRYDE was born on 26 Jan 1849 in Tippah Co, MS. She died on 5 Feb 1930. She was buried in Hickory Grove C., Star City, AR.
16. John Edward MCBRYDE was born on 20 Aug 1819 in ABBEVILLE Dist, SC. He died on 20 Jul 1894 in Cotton Plant, Tippah Co, MS. He was buried in Ebenezer Cem, Cotton Plant, Tippah Co, MS. !Data on this family from Edgar J Stephens Jr-P O Box 330 New Albany MS 38652-Data also by Ralph Gilbert-2000 Olive- Pine Bluff AR 71601-Census data by Ransom McBride John Edward MCBRYDE and Mary Ann STEWART were married on 19 Sep 1841.
17. Mary Ann STEWART was born on 22 Aug 1826 in SC. She died on 28 Apr 1894. She was buried in Ebenezer Cem, Cotton Plant, Tippah Co, MS. !Dates from headstone at gravesite Father-Isaac STEWART--Mother Jane ?
18. Alexander Porter MCBRIDE was born on 12 Mar 1805 in Cedar Springs, Abbeville Co, SC. He died on 22 Sep 1864 in Palmyra, Lincoln Co, AR. !Member of Cedar Springs Presb.Ch.Abbeville Co SC-later Levanon Presb.
Wilcon AL-In 1848 to Tippah Co MS to Ebenszer Presb Ch- 30 Oct 1860
to TX Alexander Porter MCBRIDE and Sarah CRAWFORD were married on 24 Feb 1831.
19. Sarah CRAWFORD was born on 17 Apr 1805 in Abbeville Co, SC. She died on 20 Oct 1886. !Father-Enos CRAWFORD-Mother-Rebecca DALE
32. Thomas MCBRIDE was born on 15 Jan 1794 in Cedar Springs, Abbeville Co, SC. He died on 1 Dec 1851 in Wilcox Co, AL. He was buried in Hamburg Cem, Wilcox Co, AL. !Married 1st wife Sarah WEED-1814-2nd wife Mrs Eliza STEWART Moved to AL in 1830 and lived there till Sarah's death, then Married Elizabeth Norris Stewart who is buried at Oak Hill ARP Church-Oak Hill AL. Data by Edgar J Stephens Jr-P O Box 330-New Albany MS 38652 --1989 Thomas MCBRIDE and Sarah WEED (1st wife) were married in 1814.
33. Sarah WEED (1st wife) was born on 12 Feb 1796 in Abbeville Co, SC. She died on 13 Dec 1837 in Wilcox Co, AL. She was buried in Mt Carmel Cemetery, Cedar Springs, SC. Sarah's parents furnished by Betti Pacynski <firstname.lastname@example.org> Nov 1999 who is a Weed researcher.
36. Hugh MCBRIDE was born on 17 Jan 1762 in County Antrim, Ireland. He died on 16 Nov 1833 in Cedar Springs, Abbeville Co, SC. He was buried in Cedar Springs, Abbeville Co, SC. From "The Presbyterian McBrides" On pg 25, Lybill was filed 22 Mar 1800 against James and Hugh McBride for marrying the Dutch, voting that they should make public apology prior to resuming their privileges in the church. My (TJM) best guess is that this is Hugh's father. If not his father, it is Hugh's son.
Hugh MCBRIDE and Martha ROSS were married on 29 Dec 1785.
37. Martha ROSS was born in 1764 in Ireland. She died on 12 Aug 1845 in Cedar Springs, Abbeville Co, SC. .
Robert ROSS,s will ( father of Martha ROSS, wife of Hugh McBRIDE, Probated in SC, 5 Oct 1790.) In the Name of God Amen I Robert ROSS, of Long Cane settlement, and County of Abbeville.(SC) being sick of Body, But of good and perfect mind and memory. Thanks be to Almighty God and call to mind the uncertain state of this transitory life. Do make and Declare this my last Will and Testament, in manner and form following. First I Commend my soul to Almighty God my Creator and redeamer: and my Body I Comit to the Earth, to be --ntty buried at the Discreation of my Execcutors hereafter to be named: and for the settleing of temproral affairs, I do ----and dispose the same in manner. First, I give and Bequeath unto my beloved wife all her wearing apparel , spinning wheel Chest, one Beding of Cloathes,-- Cows with Calves, (her Choice of the stock) tow Breeding cows and also a reasonable proportion of Corn and Wheat ---Bread. also the use of the House and plantation whereon we -- at present so long as she lives. ---- leave her what part of the Household furniture may be --- suficent for her by my Ececutors. ---- further, I will and desire that as soon as Convienent after my decease that what remains of my stock and property and other --=ntation to be sold at Publick Vandue and the money to be Disposed of as follows: to with to be keept in saftey or just --intrest untill my Beloved Grand children namly Robert and James McBRIDE comes to age and then to be Equaly divided Betwiset the two: and if one of them should die before that Period then the survivor to get the whole --- if both should die and my Daughter Martha have any more children then the money to be Equaly diveded amongst them. I also will and desire that after my wifes Decease this plantation be sold and diveded Betwict the above named Grandchildren if sold the price to Equaly Divided. I also leave and Bequeath unto my son in law Hugh McBride and my daughter Martha the Bay Horse of which I at Present -------- or what he amounts to at vandue.
I also will and Desire that if the Horse be got that was stole from me last April that he be sold and his price together with what being Money I have at Present and what Debts are oweing to me to be disposed of and divieded Betwiset my Loving Friends, James McBride, and Andrew McCombs to -- be Executors of this my last will and Testament. Hereby makeing void all former Wills by me made and Declareing this only to be my last will and Testament. In Witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this twelth Day of July one thousand seven Hundred and ninety.---
Robert ROSS/his mark-seal Signed sealed and Acknowldeged in the Presence of Andrew McComb Samuel Young Hugh McBride
Recorded in Book N-page 36 Abbeville County, SC
64. is the same as person number 36.
65. is the same as person number 37.
66. Reuben WEED was born. Reuben WEED and Elizabeth HAWTHORNE were married.
67. Elizabeth HAWTHORNE was born.
72. James MCBRIDE died after 1798 in Abbeville Co, SC. He was born in Fairburn-----Scotland. !James and his son Hugh were soldiers of the Revolution. See Historical Commision of SC -James and Mary came to USA in 1772 on Ship"Hopewell" which sailed from Belfast Ireland on 19 Oct 1772, sponsored by Rev William Martin. Also a ruling member of Cedar Springs Presbyterian Ch-Abbeville Dist SC-In Long Cane and Cedar Springs, Abbeville Dist SC the Associated Reformed Presbyterian Ch in 1782 per Dr J T Sloan who was minister in 1860 James McBRIDE was elder 1797 Hugh McBRIDE was elder in 1800-
Data by Margaret Ware DALE (1971) of Camden AL 36726
The following data was prepared by Martha Johnson Patterson in a feature article in the McCormick (SC) Messenger (no date) Titled A HISTORICAL SKETCH of the Lower Long Cane Associate Reform Presbyterian Church
The early Scotch-Irish settlers were a hardy, independent, self-reliant people who valued education about as high as religion. Most of them were Presbyterians that would sacrifice for their faith. Their ministers wee well educated as well as devout.
As the fort or blockhouse was being constructed as early as 1760 or 1761 on Long Cane Creek, events were taking place in Ireland whose results would have a definite influence on the history of the "Long Cane" area. A Dr. Thomas Clark and his parishioners and neighbors were being influenced by glowing reports from former members about the advantages of settling in New York. Dr. Clark was a medical Doctor born in Gallaway, Scotland about 1722. He was educated in Glasgow University. On 10 May 1764, Dr Thomas Clark led a group of three hundred Scotch-Irish from Reddum, Strenboden, near Ballibay, on board the ship "JOHN" at Newry Ireland, to sail for America in search of new homes and religious freedom.
After being at sea for seventy-nine days, they reached New York. The New York Gazette of 6th August announce that the Rev. Clark with a hundred and forty of the passengers were leaving for lands near Lake George where they were to "carry on the linen and hempen manufacture to which they were brought up".
The remainder of the passengers came to the Long Cane Area of Abbeville Dist. of SC and formed the nucleus of three churches, Little Run Cedar Creek and Lone Cane.
The first church of rude loges was replaced by a better and larger church on the same site during Dr. Clark's ministry, who preached to both the group in Lake George area and here in Long Cane. The Associated Reformed Presbytery of South Carolina and Georgia was organized perhaps at the Cedar Springs Meeting House of the Long Cane area 24 Feburary 1790. Of interest to us the following name was noted as a Ruling Elder-JAMES MCBRYDE.
In 1 January 1797 the Rev. Alexander Porter began to preach at Long Cane and Cedar Spring. His call was signed by two hundred members, both woman and men. The following names of interest to our genealogy that are listed as having signed are:
Enos Crawford, JR
In 1836 a call for Rev. W. R. Hemphill and he accepted to come to Cedar Spring in 1837. The call was signed by seventy five families, and those that we are interested in for genealogy are:
Another list of immigrants from "A Compilation of the the Original Lists of Protestant Immigrants To South Carolina-1763-1773 - cimpiled by Janie Revill 1974.
Council Journal 33 pg 41-50
Meeting of 27th Feb. 1767
His Excellency informed the Board that a vessel with poor Irish protestants had lately arrived here on he encouragement of the Bounty given by the Act of the General Assembly passed the 25 Jul 1761, and that he had now directed them to attand and they being called into the Council Chamber they presented the following Petations for Warrents of Survey for land on the Bounty VIZT.
The following name is of intesest to us:
Alexander McBride 300 acres.
The following persons also presented petitions setting forth that they were protestants and had come into this Province n the said ship Earl of Hillsborogh on the encouragement fo the Act and therefore prayed to be allowed the Bounty given the same: Again the names we are interested in are.
Mary McBride age 33
James McBride age 8
Andrew McBride age 3
GEORGE the third by the Grace of God of Great-Gritain, France and Ireland, KING, Defender of the Faith and so forth, To all to whom these presents shall come, Greeting: KNOW YE, THAT WE of our special Grace, certain Knowledge and mere Motion, have given and granted, and by these presents, for us our heirs, and successors , DO GIVE and GRANT unto James McBride his heirs and assigns, a plantation or tract of land containing three hundred acres situated in Belfast Township Ninety Six District bounding southwest on William Dore, and north west by or near John Bells' corner.
And hath such shape, form and marks, as appear by a plat thereof, hereunto annexed: Together with all woods, under-woods, timber and timber-trees, lakes, ponds, fishings, waters, water, water-courses, profits, commodities, appurtenances and hereditament whatsoever, thereunto belonging or in anywise appertaining: Together with privilege of hunting, hawking and fowling in and upon the fame, and all mines and minerals whatsoever; saving and reserving, nevertheless, to us, our heirs and successours, all white pine-trees, if any there should be found growin thereon: An also saving and reserving, nevertheless, to us, our heirs ands sucessours, on tenth-part of mines of gold and silver only.
The document continues on to say that every year James McBride must cultivate three acres for every 100 acres that he secured.
It also states that James McBride land will be void if he fails to fullfill all obligations.
Signed 4 May 1775 by William Bull.
73. Mary TATE was born.
74. Robert ROSS was born. Robert Ross, father of Martha, was on the Hopewell which sailed from Belfast, Ireland on 19 Oct 1772.
Robert ROSS and UNKNOWN were married.
75. UNKNOWN was born.
144. Robert *MCBRIDE was born in 1687. He died in 1739. It seems very probable that James was the son of Robert McBRIDE and Jean LAING. Robert belonged to the MacBride sept of the Mac Donald of the Isles Clan, of Wigton, Galloway, Scotland.
James and Mary belonged to a Presbyturian Church, Dr Clark was the pastor. From church records we know that on 10 May 1764, Dr Clark with about 300 of his congregation of Balliby, in County Monaghan, sailed from Newry, Ireland, for America They landed at New York on 28 July 1764. Although Dr Clark had made arrangements for land in N Y for his congregation, some after they landed, decided to go to Cedar Springs in Abbeville County. See Will of Thomas McBride,son of James for more family relationships.
Data from Louise McBryde-3113 Tealwood Pl-Midland TX 79705 and Mary B McBryde-2515 Dittmer Rd-Oklahoma City OK 73127 (88)
Data by Victoria Anne Short-1135 Woodland St.-Houston TX 77009 Ph 713-861-9327 (97)
Data from William Ridgway <Wridgway@muthashipp.com> 17 Jun 2002
145. Jean LAING was born.
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