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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
No relation to me just my good deed for the day. Good Luck!