Alabama Coded Lines
from KIRK. NL, v. V, #4
Introduction: We have no records for the entry of Gil/Kil/Kill/Kirk-
patricks directly into FL, GA or AL prior to 1800. Therefore most of the
entries for these states will be for families who moved from other states,
mostly SC, into the southeastern states. Where a family has shown SC as a
birth state, in census records etc. the SC coding will be used.
Edward Kirkpatrick married Mary Jones in 1808
and his brother, Daniel, married Margaret Shadden in 1810, both marriages in Roane Co., TN. They must have moved to Al shortly after 1810 as Edward K. is listed on the 1811 & 1812 tax list for Madison Co., AL. Later they are found in Paint Rock Valley in Jackson Co., AL (Jackson Co., AL was created in 1819 & is adjacent to Madison Co., AL. Today, Paint Rock is a small village on U.S Route 72, 15 miles east of Huntsville, AL. Daniel and Edward K. are each ' listed in the 1830 census for Jackson Co., AL as west of the 4th range.
AFN Guiering, Jones, & Shadden
Wilkins, b 1775, and his wife Sarah (Hoskins) Kirkpatrick lived in TN and had nine children. Two of these children, Rebecca and George W., moved to and lived in Greene Co., AL. George W. m Ann Meyers and they had the following children, with ages in 1850: 1) Wilkins M., 17; 2) William Riley, 15; 3) Louisa, 12; 4) Mary Ann "Polly", 10; 5) David, 7; 5) Lucy Frances, 5; 6) Jane C., 4; & 7) George Pleasant Montgomery, 1. William Riley K. m Violet Rebecca Williams and when he d in 1870 she m his brother, George Pleasant Montgomery K. and they both d 1915.
AFN Williams, Chiles, Curry, Billings
The will of James Kirkpatrick, written in 1775 and probated 30DE1780 in Newton Twp., Cumberland Co., PA names his wife Martha and children: William, John, James, Valantain and Moses, the last four underage at the time the will was prepared. It is believed, without proof at present, that this is the Valantine, b ca 1760, d 1830, who m Martha McMurray and lived in Cabarrus Co., NC. Several of their children moved to AL: 1) James, b JE1782, d 03AP1859 in Butler or Lowndes Cos., AL and m Marth Caroline Barr; 2) (Elizabeth) Eleanor, b ca 1783, m Samuel Pickens, lived Lowndes Co., AL; 3) William, b 1790, m Ist Nancy McMurray & 2nd Mrs. Catherine Brewer. Early land records show that he was in Butler Co., AL area in 1820.; 4) John Dodd, b 1796 and m Caroline Little, b GA. John Dodd must have left NC about 1825 as their first child was b 1827 in Forsyth, GA. The next two children were also b in Forsyth, GA and the first child b in AL was in 1838. John Dodd K. lived in the Highland Home community of Crenshaw Co., AL. This county adjoins Butler and Lowndes Cos., AL.; 5) Francis, b 1794, m lst Elizabeth Callens & m 2nd to Martha Gresham, lived Butler Co., AL.; 6) Margaret, b 1793, m Nathan Henry Craig and migrated to AL in 1834. In the early 1850's they left AL and moved to Nernon Parish, LA. 7) Laird, b ca 1798, m Ist Mary Sellers McCurdy & m 2nd Nancy Callens, Laird and Nancy moved ca 1835 to Butler Co., AL.
AFN McMurray, Barr, Pickens, Wiley, Allen, Alexander, Little, Callens, Gresham, Craig, & McCurdy
Rebecca V. (Kirkpatrick ?) was b 1817 in NC and m Milton R. Brassfield, b 1812 in NC. They were living in Greene Co., AL during the 1850 U.S. census and had the following children, all b AL: James D., b 1836; Aurelius W., b 1838; Mary J., b 1841; Milton, b 1848; & John S., b 1850. This from, "Early Pioneers & Residents of West Central AL," by Madge Pettit, see pp 23-24. Also from, 'Marriage Records of Greene Co., AL, 1823-1860," by Gandrud, 1969 the following item, Milton R. Brasfield m Miss Emily A. Kirkpatrick, 15SE1834. Also from Pettit the following: Emily A. (Kirkpatrick) Brassfield was named in the will of Mary Kirkpatrick who died in Greene Co., AL, will dated 07NO1851. Emily was her deceased daughter and Emily's children were willed a slave who was then in the possession of Milton Brassfield. This from Janet K. Rowell, 3050 Calais St., Mobile, AL 36606.
Mary KIRKAS, of York District, SC to Moses Lockert of Chester Dist., SC, for consideration of $100, 130 acres of land on the east side of the Broad River, adjacent to David Tomb, Thomas McDaniel, Robert Black & Sarah Waterson. Part of tract originally granted to Francis KIRKPATRICK by Matthew Rowan, then governor of NC. This land was legally transferred to Mary KIRKAS and held by her. Witnesses: James R. Williams & Eli Lockert. This from Deed book #2, p 240, dated 15SE1813, Chester Co., SC. (an added note from Mrs. James W. Crowder, SC researcher, "David Tomb m a daughter of Francis KIRKPATRICK. All these people lived in the upper NW section of Chester Co., SC near Lockhart.") This item is from, "Southern KIRK and Carrell Families," as compiled by Mrs. Arch Bruce Marshall (Maudie Marie Holt), 1971, pp 95 & 188, Library of Congress Card No. 71-162484.
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