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Subject: Re: [VAAUGUST] Little Calf Pasture to Jackson River
Date: Fri, 30 Apr 2010 07:23:54 -0400
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Most of the Callison's today are connected to James and Isable Callison of Augusta Co., VA. Two of their sons and another relative (probably a nephew) moved to Greenbrier by 1775. Take care. Marilyn








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Subject: Re: [VAAUGUST] Little Calf Pasture to Jackson River


I have Callison in Kansas. William P Callison was b 1870 in West Virginia.
Looks like most Callison's were in Greenbriar Co which not to far from
Augusta Co


In a message dated 4/29/2010 9:38:19 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,
writes:


Sue, the Callison family was another Calf Pasture and Jackson River family
who intermarried with the Callison line
Descendants of Ann Armstrong

1 Ann Armstrong d: Abt. September 1823 Father:
Archibald Armstrong
. +James Elliott d: Abt. June 1815 Father: William
Elliott Mother: Jane/Jean Clark
...... 2 William Elliott b: Abt. 1770 d: Bef. April 21, 1838
in Clark County, Ohio
.......... +Isabella Morris m: October 11, 1790 in Botetourt
County, Virginia Father: Richard Morris Mother: Jane CALLISON
...... 2 Archibald Elliott
...... 2 Robert Elliott
...... 2 Jenny Elliott
.......... +Unknown Cerrick
...... 2 Ann (Elliott) Kincaid b: Abt. 1786 in Virginia d:
Bef. October 11, 1859 in Probably Jackson County, Ohio
.......... +Robert Kincaid m: May 20, 1810 in Greenbrier
County, Virginia
...... *2nd Husband of Ann (Elliott) Kincaid:
.......... +William BUCKLEY b: April 12, 1779 in Virginia m:
March 24, 1840 in Jackson County, Ohio d: November 14, 1855 in Probably
Jackson County, Ohio Burial: Alexander Cemetery, Franklin Twp.,
Jackson County, Ohio. The first wife of William Buckley was Elizabeth
CALLISON, daughter of John CALLISON and Jane McClure
...... 2 Thomas A. Elliott b: March 17, 1787 in Virginia,
Probably Greenbrier County d: October 31, 1866 in Shelby County, Ohio

Burial: CALLISON Cemetery, German Twp., Clark County, Ohio
.......... +Martha CALLISON b: April 15, 1791 in Probably
Greenbrier County, Virginia m: July 12, 1810 in Champaign County, Ohio
d:
April 26, 1835 in Probably Clark County, Ohio Father: John CALLISON
Mother: Jane McClure Burial: CALLISON Cemetery, German Twp., Clark
County, Ohio
...... *2nd Wife of Thomas A. Elliott:
.......... +Naomi Thomas b: March 29, 1797 in Pennsylvania m:
April 01, 1838 in Clark County, Ohio d: September 12, 1860 Father:
Isaac Thomas Mother: Susannah Burial: Vale Cemetery, Clark County, Ohio
...... 2 John Elliott b: November 29, 1790 d: December 17,
1871 in Milton Twp., Jackson County, Ohio
.......... +Sarah Masters b: Abt. 1798 in Virginia m: October 14,
1817 in Greenbrier County, Virginia d: September 1860 in Milton Twp.,
Jackson County, Ohio
*2nd Husband of Ann Armstrong:
. +Christopher Walkup m: June 28, 1817 in Greenbrier County,
Virginia d: 1818 in Greenbrier County, Virginia

A few more notes
Augusta County wills WB 4
Page 417.--7th July, 1771. William Elliott's will--To wife; to son, James;
to son, John; to son, William; to rest of the children; to son, Archibald,
schooling and smith's trade; to son, Lanty, schooling and choose a trade.
Executors, wife Jane and son John. Teste: Robert Clark, John Stephenson,
James Clark. Proved, 21st August, 1771, by the witnesses. Executors qualify
(Jane's mark ) with Archibald Armstrong, Jno. Dickinson.

Page 208.--8th October, 1781. Elizabeth (mark) Clark's will--To daughter,
Jean Elliot's heirs; to well beloved Elizabeth Breath (Reath, Reoth?); to
daughter, Sarah Elliot; to daughter, Anne Dounlap; to daughter, Margret
Clenkaid; to son, John Gridle; to son, James; to son, Alexander and to
Alexander's wife; to four daughters; to son, Samuel; to son, William's heirs;
to
son, Robert. Executors, son Robert Clark and William Reaoh. Teste: Charles
Donally, James McCleerey, Robt. Patterson, Geo. Berry. Proved, 20th November,
1781, by McCleerey and Berry. Robert Clark

Margaret Elliott and Sarah Eliott, children and orphans of Wm. Elliott,
deceased, and now infants by John Elliott, their guardian and brother, vs.
James Elliott, eldest brother of Margaret and Sarah.--Chancery writ, 21st
November, 1780. Wm. Elliott died, 1771, leaving widow, Margaret, who died,
11th January, 1780. Margaret had a brother John. Jas. administered on the
mother's estate and bill for accounting. (Was the widow's name Jane?)

Page 448.--20th November, 1771. William Elliot's appraisement by James
Graham, Christopher Vachub, John Graham, recorded--Jane and John Elliot,
executors.

Page 59.--16th March, 1779. Recorded. Archibald and Lanty Elliot's
appraisement by John Vachub. John Meek, Robt. Wallace.

He served in the French and Indian War from Augusta County in1758. Ref:
Virginia Colonial Records, Vol 2, p. 61, by Crozier. His will dated 7 Jul
1771 was recprded 21 Aug 1771 in Augusta County Will Book 4, Page 417. His
estate was settled 20 Mar 1786 in Augusta County, Virginia. Chalky: Vol 111
Page 175

Page 521.--20th March, 1786. William Elliot's estate settled--To legatees,
viz: James, William, Jean, Elizabeth, Archibald (dead), Ann, Lanty
(deceased in minority), Margaret, Sarah; the estate of Jane Elliot, Dr. To
Robert
Givens, £33.5; Contra: by one negro, £66.10; to Sarah Elliot, £33.5. We
have examined the above account as stated, of John Elliot. guardian to
Margaret and Sarali Elliot, and find vouchers for the equal division of the
above
£66.10 which appears to have been left them by their mother, Jean Elliot,
deceased. Given under our hands 20th March, 1786.

Affidavits.
James Elliott of Greenbrier Co., Va. appointed Robert Given of Bath Co. as
his Atty. Signed and ackn. before, James Kincaid, J. of P. 5 June, 1809.

Bath County, Virginia
9-20-1800 James Elliott appointed Archibald Elliott of Bath Co., Atty to
sell rights of land in Georgia

James Elliott will Greenbrier Co., VA 3-26-1814 probate 6-27-1815 Wife
Ann sons, WILLIAM, Archibald, Robert, THOMAS, JOHN and James. Daughters Jenny
Carreck, ANN KINCAID. Exec. wife Ann, son James. Witness John Gabert, W.H.
Cavendish, George Kincaid

Ann Walkup will 9-8-1823 probate 9-1823 Children as per James Elliott will
above. Granddaughters Betsy and Anny Cerrick
Ann was d/o Archibald Armstrong .. *2nd Husband of Ann
Armstrong:
...... +Christopher Walkup m: June 28, 1817 in
Greenbrier Co. WV d: 1818 in Greenbrier Co. WV
My note: The names that are capitalized are the same ones who are found
in Jackson County, Ohio.

14th January, 1800. Archibald Armstrong's will--To wife, Margaret, tract
purchased of Samuel McChesney on which Samuel now
lives; to son, Robert; daughter, Ann Elliot; son-in-law, James Elliot; to
heirs of deceased son, Thomas; heirs, of deceased daughter, Isabella; to
son, William, and his little son, Archibald Armstong; to grandson, Thomas
Armstrong, son to William; to grandson, Archibald Armstrong McCray; to
grandson, Margaret McCray; to daughter, Jean McCray; to daughter-in-law, Peggy
Armstrong (William's wife). Executors, son William Armstrong and James Berry.

In a message dated 2/5/2007 9:28:51 P.M. Central Standard Time,
writes:
Jane Elliott (The spelling I have is Eliot) was Moses’ mother. She was
the 1st wife of Moses’ father, Samuel Harrison Carrick. It was Samuel who
sold land in Greenbrier Co in 1818 and then showed up in Jackson in the 1820
census.
I have the following children for Samuel and Jane: Moses C.; Margaret
Jane; Andrew E.; Henry C. and Isabella
I the marriage of Samuel H Carrick and Jane Eliot as 22 Dec 1801, at
Alderson Prestly Church and Jane’s death as death as 1824;
Sam’s 2nd wife was Mary Jane McCray. They were married in 1827 and had 3
children I know of, Elenor, Sarah Ann and Harry
Sam and Mary Jane are buried in the McGhee burial ground in near Jackson
OH.

Take care, Marilyn








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Subject: [VAAUGUST] Little Calf Pasture to Jackson River


My Andrew Kincaid/Mary (Ramsey?) d 1810 Greenbrier Co. He is first spotted
in Albemarle Co. in 1764. In 1765 he buys land on the Little Calf Pasture
between Arch Armstrong & Alex Hamilton which they sell in 1777 to Rebecca
Black. In 1780 he buys land on Jackson River at the mouth of Falling
Spring
from William Hamilton who bought the land from Alex & Margaret Hamilton.
The
move to the Falling Spring area of Jackson River seems to have been very
popular among those on the LCP. In tracing who all made the move, I think
I
have sorted out some allied families and would like comments.

I will start with the Elliott family but will move on to Hamilton, Mann,
Graham and Walkup on another day.

William Elliot Sr. b 1699 d 1795 Rockbridge Co. m Margaret Graham
(possibly
sister to Christopher Graham b 1687 d 1746 wife Margaret Florence Risk)
William Elliot governor 1 tithe 125a shows next to James Elliot 2 tithes
200a on the 1777 tax list which includes the LCP.

Identified children of William/Margaret:
James d 1799 Rockbridge Co. He inherited the Little Calf Pasture land.

Archibald m 1748 Sarah Clark (dau of James & Elizabeth Clark). Moved to
Anton Co. NC before 1758. He sold land on the Little Calfpasture to Arch
Armstrong in 1755 & on Jackson R 1758 thru power of atty given to James
Clark and Wm Elliot..

William Jr. b 1721 d 1771 m Jean Clark d 1780 (dau of James & Elizabeth
Clark). William's estate was appraised by James Graham, Christopher
Vouchop
(Walkup) and John Graham. His July 7, 1771 will names wife Jane and son
John
execs. sons: John, James, William, Archibald (schooling), Lanty
(schooling).
The estate was not settled until 1786. Legatees: James, William, Jean,
Elizabeth, Archibald (dcd), Ann, Lanty (dcd in minority), Margaret, Sarah.
Accounting of the estate of Jean Elliot decd by John Elliot, guardian to
Margaret & Sarah Elliot. John Elliot 2 tithes 240a appears on the 1777 tax
list for the LCP between Andrew Hamilton Jr and Alex Hamilton.

Identified children of William/Jean
Archibald and Lanty's appraisement by John Vouchop, John Meek and Rbt
Wallace 1776. Archibald died at the Battle of Germantown.1776. It is
because
eldest brother James applied for his military land that we can identify
both
James and Ann in the above list of children. (thank you Marilyn for all
your
Elliot postings)

Bath Co. On 10 Oct. 1797 Robert Armstrong and Ann Kincaid made oath that
James Elliott was oldest brother to Archibald Elliott, decd, who entered
the
army under Capt John Hayes. An affadavit by John Hayes states that
Archibald
died at the Battle of Germantown.

Ann Elliot Kincaid was the widow of William Kincaid who d on the Jackson
River in 1794. She died Franklin Co Mo in 1831. William bought Jackson R
land from Andrew/Mary Kincaid in 1783. William & Ann Elliot Kincaid's
children were: Andrew (remained on the land) m Ann Kincaid dau of Samuel
Kincaid & Margaret Clark (dau of James & Elizabeth Clark), Jane m James
Armstrong d Franklin Co.MO, William m Martha Estill in KY d Alabama, Mary
m
John McCallister d VA, Archibald d MO, and James d Franklin Co MO.

James Elliot d 1814 Greenbrier Co m Ann Armstrong (dau of Arch Armstong d
1800. She had a brother Robert). In 1772 James bought land on the Jackson
River from William & Jean Mann. He bought land from Samuel & Margaret
Clark
Kincaid on Anthony Creek, Greenbrier Co in 1800. Widow Ann m 2nd
Christopher
Walkup son of Joseph Walkup. She died 1823 in Greebrier Co. Children:
William m Isabella Morris, Archibald, Robert, Thomas m Martha Callison,
John
m Sarah Masters, Jenney Carreck, Ann Kincaid (m 1st Robert Kincaid 2nd
William Buckley) Several of these children moved to Ohio.

Sue Liedtke




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