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McLeary/McCleary in Mecklenburg Co NC
Posted by: linda mckee (ID *****5772) Date: February 18, 2011 at 06:02:26
In Reply to: Re: General Michael McLeary by jerome williams of 667

This morning while searching for info on John McKee and Agnes Ramsey who married 1797 at Mecklenburg Co NC, I found Capt Michael McCleary's Company on the "Tax Lists, 1797, 1798, 1799, 1806, & 1807" which is published as part of "Mecklenburg Co NC Will Abstracts 1791-1868 A-J" by Herman W. Ferguson and Ralph B. Ferguson. I am looking for what area of Meckleburg County NC this company of Capt McCleary covered. Does anyone know?

Also, on the list is William McCleary.

I don't have this entire book but on the copy of the Index Page, McLeary listings happen to be on the same page as McKee and there many McLeary listed including 8 for given name Michael.

I also found the following on the Mecklenburg Genforum msg358 which is certainly the correct person:

cut and paste: I don't know if this will help you or not but in my book "Will Abstact's 1791 - 1868 p. 58 # 398 p. 27 it shows this William McKinley Sr 2 Apr 1810, prb in Aug 1815 Ct. Being weak of body, I will to my son Robert McKinley 100 A off the upper end of my plantation, inclding his improvements, and adj Joseh & William Flinn as well as my carpentry tools; to my youngest son William McKinley the remainder of my land including all my improvements as well as all my personal estate on condition he pay to each of my daus viz: Nancy Stinson, Betsy Stinson, Peggy Whiteside, Sally Cathey, and Jane Swann. Exrs: Sons Robert & William McKinley. Wit: M. McLeary , Wm. Flinn and Hugh Bradford. Isaac Alexander, CMC

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A number of the folks listed in Capt McCleary's beat, I think it is called beat, which included newly weds John and Agnes McKee (I believe that is the case) went to what would become Wilson and Rutherford Co TN in the first decade of the nineteenth century.

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