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Re: Dougal McMickle born 1767 & wife Jenny born 1769
Posted by: Patsy Wright (ID *****4246) Date: April 30, 2006 at 13:53:47
In Reply to: Dougal McMickle born 1767 & wife Jenny born 1769 by Gerry Hill of 88

According to the DAR Bible Collection Dougal and Jane McMickle had the following children:
Dougal McMickle Jr. b: 1800 d:1801
James McMickle b: 1804 d: 1805
Sinclair McMickle b: 1804 d: 1805
Peter McMickle b: 6 Feb 1809
Elizabeth McMickle b: 18 Feb 1814
Based on my searches of the 1830 Surry North Carolina Census there are 4 McMickle (Dougal , John, Sinclair, Peter) families. Also in Monroe County, GA there is a James McMickle on the 1830 US Census. The DAR BIBLE COLLECTION Vol 36 -1732-1733 has James M McMickle, the son of Dougal and Jane McMickle, dead by the 6th day of March 1805. Based on this information, the James McMickle in Monroe County, GA is not the son of Dougal McMickle. The same is true for the Sinclair McMickle in Surry County, NC. Based on the census ages, Dougal was born between 1760 and 1770, John was born between 1780 and 1790, and Peter was born between 1780 and 1790. There were two older males in Sinclair’s household so he was born between 1770 and 1780 or 1810 and 1815. If he is the youngest male then who is the older male? James McMickle in Monroe County, GA was born between 1800 and 1810.

I found a John McMickle (it is possible that John is the son of Sinclair) and St Clair (Sinclair) McMickle in the 1820 US Census Surry County, NC along with a William Michle in another district. In the 1810 US Census I found a Douglas McMicle (Dougal). In the 1800 Census there is a Duggle (Dougal) McMickle and a William and John Mickle. The 1790 US Census lists a John McMickle.

Going forward in years, Sinclair and Peter McMickle are in Surry County, NC for the 1840 US Census. James and W. (is this William the son of Dougal?) McMickle are in Monroe County, GA during the same year. For the 1850 US Census, Peter Mcmicli (b: abt 1815 NC) is in Monroe County, GA. St Clair (Sinclair) McMickle (b: abt 1779 NC with wife Mary and son Christopher C. McMickle) is in Surry County, NC the same as John J. McMickle (b: abt 1815 NC with wife Mary and daughters Mary L. and Sarah T.) James McMickle, wife Nancy, Jane, Elizabeth, Wm D., James, Mary Martha, Susan and David are in Marion County, GA. There is a John McMichael (b: 1808 GA) and Seaborn McMichael (b: 1805 GA) also in Marion County, GA.

So, who is the father of James and Sinclair McMickle if not Dougal? Is John McMickle (1790 Surry County NC Census) the father of Dougal?

I am related to the McMickle through both sides of my family. James M., Nancy, Jane, William Denton, Elizabeth, James, Mary Frances, Martha C. (my maternal g-g-grandmother) and Susan settled in Stewart County, Georgia. Son, David McMickle settled in Marion/Schley County Georgia. David married Mary Elizabeth Clements. Their son, William David married Elizabeth Mathis and son Charlie L. McMickle married Eunice McElmurray. Charlie and Eunice’s daughter Irene married my g-grandfather’s (paternal) nephew Barney L. McDaniel.

Is anyone clear on the Dougal McMickle family line and can shed some light on the information that I have captured?


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