David KINCAIDWinifred HOBSON
Robert GWINNJean KINKAID
Samuel GWINN
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Notes : Samuel Gwinn was born in Augusta County sometime around 1751. This date of birth is based on Samuel's own statement made in his pension application for his Revolutionary War service as a frontier scout. During Lord Dunmore's War (1774), Samuel was in Capt. Andrew Lockridge's company, Augusta County militia, and participated in the Battle of Point Pleasant against the Shawnees led by Cornstalk.

After the death of his first wife, Samuel married Elizabeth Lockridge, the widow of Robert Graham. Samuel moved with his new wife and two children (probably Moses and Samuel, Jr.) to Greenbrier County around 1776. Samuel's brother, James, also moved to the Greenbrier area at the same time. Eventually, the West Virginia branches of the family came to settle on the spelling GWINN while the Augusta, Highland and Bath County, Virginia branches retained the spelling GWIN. Samuel's brother, Robert Gwin, Jr., moved to Woodford County, Kentucky where his descendants adopted the spelling GUYN.

Samuel's sons by his first wife (said to be Elizabeth Speece) were Moses and Samuel Jr. Sons by Elizabeth Lockridge were Andrew, John and Ephraim; daughters were Elizabeth, Isabella ("Ibby"), Jane and Ruth.

SAMUEL GWINN (1751c-1839)
In the the Winter I returned to my cabin and devoted the Winter to hunting - All the people of the fort took their families to the Forts in the summer months where we lived pretty much in common. We would turn out all in a body and work each others corn and potatoe patches by turn. --- Samuel Gwinn in his 1835 application for a Revolutionary War pension

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David KINCAIDWinifred HOBSON
Robert GWINNJean KINKAID
Simon GWINN
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David KINCAIDWinifred HOBSON
Robert GWINNJean KINKAID
Robert GWINN
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James KINCAIDMarian BOYD
David KINCAIDWinifred HOBSON
Isabella KINCAID
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James KINCAIDMarian BOYD
David KINCAIDWinifred HOBSON
Burroughs KINCAID
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Sosa : 12908, 13228
James KINCAIDMargaret HAMILTON
James KINCAIDJeane SOMERVELL
James KINCAID
°1640
+1700

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Marian BOYD
David KINCAID# 

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Sosa : 12909, 13229
Marian BOYD
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James KINCAID
David KINCAID# 

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Sosa : 25816, 26456
James KINCAIDChristine LESLIERobert HAMILTON
James KINCAIDMargaret HAMILTON
James KINCAID
°1612
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Jeane SOMERVELL
James KINCAID# 

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Sosa : 25817, 26457
Jeane SOMERVELL
°1616
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James KINCAID
James KINCAID# 

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Sosa : 51632, 52912
James KINCAIDIsabel FLEMINGGeorge LESLIEMargaret CRICHTON
James KINCAIDChristine LESLIE
James KINCAID
°1571
+18 Jan 1645

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Margaret HAMILTON
James KINCAID# 

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Sosa : 51633, 52913
Robert HAMILTON
Margaret HAMILTON
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James KINCAID
James KINCAID# 

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Sosa : 103264, 105824
Thomas KINCAIDMargaret SETOUN
James KINCAIDIsabel FLEMING
James KINCAID
°1550
+13 Feb 1604

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Christine LESLIE
James KINCAID# 
Notes : On 15 February 1574, at Halyrudehouse House, , James VI granted a charter to James Kincaid, son of the heir apparent of James Kincaid of that Ilk and Christine Leslie, his spouse of the land of Craglokhart with tower, fortalice, manor, gardens and orchards (occupied by Stevin Kincaid), County Edinburgh. On 9 February 1582, a charter by James Kincaid younger of that Ilk, and of Craglokhart, with consent of Cristine Leslie his spouse, in favor of Stephen Kincaid, partioner of Broughton, in life rent, and of Robert Kincaid, his second son, and his heirs male, etc. of an annual rent of L-20 Scots from the lands of Craglokhart, manor-place, etc.

His tombstone has the Kincaid Armor bearings and this inscription: Heir lyis one Honorabil man, James Kincaid, of that Ilk Wha desist ye 13th of Bebrover, Anne 1604.5

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Sosa : 103265, 105825
George LESLIEMargaret CRICHTON
Christine LESLIE
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James KINCAID
James KINCAID# 

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Sosa : 103266, 105826
Robert HAMILTON
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Margaret HAMILTON# 

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Sosa : 206530, 211650
George LESLIE
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Margaret CRICHTON
Christine LESLIE# 

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