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George Kendrick
and Mary Nancy Webb

George Kendrick b 1764 Stafford Co VA d abt 1844 Russell Co VA; military service, Captain, War of 1812; s/o Patrick Peyton Kendrick and Jane Fox. George Kendrick m. Mary Nancy Webb; d/o William Webb. Children of George Kendrick and Mary Nancy Webb;

1. Isabelle Kendrick; m. 1824 Tazewell Co BA to Evan Williams

2. Jane Kendrick

3. William James Kendrick b 26 Jun 1796 Russell Co VA

4. James Kendrick b 3 Mar 1799 Russell Co VA

5. George Henry Kendrick b 6 Oct 1801 Russell Co VA

6. Milton G Kendrick b 1805 VA; m. 18 Jan 1835 Pike Co KY to Elizabeth Martha Slone b 1826 Floyd Co KY; d/o Archibald Slone and Amelia Sanford.

7. Nancy Kendrick b 1806 Russell Co VA

8. Patrick George Kendrick b 8 Apr 1807 Russell Co VA

9. Elizabeth Kendrick b 4 Oct 1808 Russell Co VA


George Kendrick
and Edith Wright

George Kendrick b 1764 Stafford Co VA d abt 1844 Russell Co VA; military service, Captain, War of 1812; s/o Patrick Peyton Kendrick and Jane Fox. George Kendrick m. 22 Jul 1813 Russell Co VA (by Richard H Lynch) to Edith Wright b abt 1795 Russell Co VA. Children of George Kendrick and Edith Wright;

1. Rachel Kendrick

2. Emmitt Kendrick

3. Lewis Kendrick

4. David Y Kendrick b 3 Aug 1821 Tazewell Co VA

5. Harvey P Kendrick b abt 1824 VA

6. Martha Kendrick b 21 Sept 1829 VA

7. Augustus Evan Kendrick b 2 Dec 1829 Russell Co VA

8. Celina Wesley Kendrick b 3 Aug 1834 Morgan Co KY

9. Perlina Kendrick b abt 1835

10. Joseph Browning Kendrick b 7 Jul 1837 VA

11. Elizabeth Kendrick b 1842 KY


Source of This Page - by Kathy Hanlon: HanlonTX@aol.com
CAPTAIN GEORGE KINDRICK'S COMPANY, WAR of 1812
(Posted on the website KENDRICK, PRATER and KIN VIRGINIA TO KENTUCKY by Maggie Oliver)

Muster Roll of a Company of Infantry of Virginia Militia commanded by Captain George Kindrick from the 72nd Regiment in the County of Russell, called into active service under the General Orders of the 12th and 13th of January 1815, from the 4th day of February 1815 when last mustered to the (blank) day of (blank). Spelling of the names are as they appear in the report.
NAME RANK REMARKS
George Kindrick Captain
Joseph Booth Lieutenant
William Buin Lieutenant
Benjamin Fugate Ensign
Alexander Montgomery Ensign
Frances Fullen 1st Sargent
Oliver Mermillion 2nd Sargent
Andrew Heberlan 1st Corporal
William Bricky 2nd Corporal
John Gower Drummer
Peter Kelley Fifer
John Willy Private
Parker Lucas Private
Soloman Hobbs Private
Littleberry Robeson Private (Jacob Hoover-Substitute)
John Thornberry Private
James Stanley Private
Charles Minter Private
Joseph Gibson Private (James Gibson-Substitute)
William Ervin Private
Thomas McDowell Private
Samuel Hall Private
Abraham Lane Private
John Webb Private
James Jefferies Private
William Adams Private
NAME RANK REMARKS
Silas Ratluff Private
David Daidson Private
Robert Spradliry Private
John Pennelly Private
William Prince Private
Jacob Butcher Private
Robert McCoy Private
James Wilburn Private
Thomas Wheeler Private
James Wheeler Private
William Ramsey Private
Pleasent Horn Private
Ails Hicks Private
James Noland Private
George McDavid Private
Jesse Conn Private
Jesse Ray Private
David Buster Private
James Ball Private
James McKinney Private
Rody Horton Private (John Hall-Substitute)
John Cox Private
Robert Owen Private
James Albert Private
John Counts Private
Jesse Fuller Private
Richard Colley Private
NAME RANK REMARKS
Robert Stinson Private
William Elkins Private
Joseph Elkins Private
Stephen Bishop Private
Adam Mutter Private
James Witt Private
Elijah Taylor Private (Stephen Low-Substitute)
Travis Horton Private (Joel Davenport-Substitute)
William Childs Private
Nicholas Kinser Private
Rus Fields Private
Phillip Henry Private
Samuel Crawford Private
William Brown Private
Absolam Elkins Private
Mark Gent Private
Alexander Stinson Private
John Stuyeon Private (Thomas Owen-Substitute)
Thomas Wilson Private
Michael Powers Private (John Wicks-Substitute)
David W. Glaughlin Private (Ehpram M. Glaughlin-Substitute)
James Godsey Private (George Stacy-Substitute)

I certify on honor that this muster roll exhibits a true statement of a company of Infantry under my command and that the remarks set opposite the mens name are accurate and just. George Kindrick Capt.

We certify that this muster roll exhibits a true statement of Capt. George Kindricks company of Infantry and that the remarks set oppisite the mens names are accurate and just.
A. Hendricks- Mustering Officer
Hepburn- Surgeon
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From Phipps-Kendrick Family of Dickenson County, VA:

"George KENDRICK was born about 1764 in Overwharton Parristh, Stafford Cty, VA. He Moved in 1785 in Southwest VA.. He served in the military in 1812. served w/ his son, William Kendrick He appeared on the census in 1820 in Russell Cty, VA. moved to Pike Cty, KY between 1820 and 1834 'cause his daughter Celina born in Morgan Cty, KY in 1834

Parents: Patrick Peyton KENDRICK and Jane FOX. He was married to Mary Nancy WEBB . Children were: Nancy KENDRICK, William KENDRICK, James KENDRICK, George Henry KENDRICK, Nancy KENDRICK, Milton G. KENDRICK, Patrick George KENDRICK, Margaret KENDRICK, Isabelle KENDRICK.

He was married to Edith (Ada) WRIGHT. Children were: Rachel KENDRICK, David Y. KENDRICK, Emmitt KENDRICK, Lewis KENDRICK, Harvey (Harry) P. KENDRICK, Augustus Evan KENDRICK , Martha KENDRICK, Celina Wesley KENDRICK, Perlina KENDRICK, Reverend Joseph Browning KENDRICK, Elizabeth? KENDRICK ."
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FLOYD CO, KY Tax Lists (by Helen Kendrick Percivel, posted on the website KENDRICK, PRATER and KIN VIRGINIA TO KENTUCKY by Maggie Oliver):

1837
William Kindrick taxable property, 1 horse.
1840
William Kindrick taxable property, 1 horse
1841
William Kindrick taxable property, 1 horse 5 children
1842
William Kindrick taxable property, 2 horses 5 children Fletcher Kindrick taxable property, 1 horse
1843
William Kindrick taxable property, 2 horses 5 children John F. (Fletcher) Kindrick taxable property, 2 horses
1844
William Kindrick taxable property, 2 horses 1 cow 5 children John F. (Fletcher) Kindrick taxable property, 2 horses George M. Kindrick taxable property, 1 horse
(1844 is the year George disappears from Russel Co, Va tax records.)
1845
William Kindrick taxable property, 1 horse 5 children John F. (Fletcher) Kindrick taxable property, 2 horses George M. Kindrick taxable property, 2 horses
(1845 is the year Edith Kindrick is listed as head of household in Russel Co, Va. tax records)
1846
William Kindrick taxable property, 1 horse 4 cattle 4 children
John F. (Fletcher) Kindrick taxable property, 2 horses 5 cattle
George M. Kindrick taxable property, 2 horses 4 cattle
David Kindrick taxable property, 1 horse

(1846 is the year David Kindrick and Hezekiah Webb (husband of Martha Kindrick, daughter of George and Edith) are first listed on the Floyd Co, tax list)
1847
William Kindrick taxable property, 2 horses 4 cattle 4 children
George M. Kindrick *** taxable property, 3 horses 4 cattle
David Kindrick *** taxable property, ?
Edith Kindrick taxable property, 2 horses 2 children
Peggy (Margaret) Kindrick taxable property, 1 child
John F. (Fletcher) Kindrick taxable property, 6 cattle 150 acres of land in Morgan Co, Ky. on Caney Creek
(1847 is the first year that Edith and Peggy (Margaret) Kindrick appear on the Floyd Co, tax list. Hezekiah Webb is also listed)
1848
William Kindrick taxable property, 2 horses 7 cattle 3 children
George M. Kindrick *** taxable property, 4 horses 6 cattle 1 child
John F. (Fletcher) Kindrick taxable property, 1 cow 150 acres land Morgan Co.
David Kindrick *** taxable property, ?
Easy (Edith) Kindrick taxable property, 2 horses 2 children
(David is listed twice with the same info given both times, Peggy (Margaret) Kindrick has disappeared from the list. Hezekiah Webb is also listed.)
1849
William Kindrick taxable property, 1 horse 6 cattle 4 children
George M. Kindrick *** taxable property, 1 horse 3 cattle
Edy (Edith) Kindrick taxable property, 3 horses 2 children
Margaret (Peggy) Kindrick taxable property, 1 child
David Kindrick *** taxable property, ?
John F. (Fletcher) Kindrick taxable property, 3 cattle 150 acres in Morgan Co, on Caney Creek
(Margaret Kindrick is back on the tax list, Hezekiah Webb is also listed.)
1850
David Kindrick *** taxable prperty, 1 horse 3 cattle
Margaret Kindrick taxable property, 1 cow
Evan Kindrick taxable property, 2 horses
William Kindrick taxable property, 2 horses 5 cattle 2 children
George M. Kindrick *** taxable property, 1 horse
Hezekiah Webb taxable property, 2 horses 150 acres Floyd Co
(Edith Kindrick disappears off the tax list, Margaret is listed without her child and Hezekiah Webb is listed as owning land. John F. Kindrick disappears from Floyd Co, tax list.)
1851
Austin Kindrick taxable property, 1 horse
(Harvey) Henry Kindrick taxable property, 1 horse 2 cattle 40 acres land in Pike Co, Ky
Evan Kindrick taxable property, 1 horse
David Y. Kindrick *** taxable property, 1 horse 3 cattle
William Kindrick taxable property, 1 horse 6 cattle 2 children 200 acres land in Floyd Co,Ky.
George Kindrick *** taxable property, 1 horse
Joseph Kindrick taxable property, 1 horse (Not yet 21, per tax list)
Hezekiah Webb taxable property, 1 horse 3 cattle 300 acres land in Floyd Co, Ky
(Austin Kindrick is a mystery, Margaret Kindrick has disappeared from the tax list. Henry Kindrick is on the list for the first time. Edith Kindrick has disapeared from the tax list.)
1852
Joseph Kindrick taxable property, 1 horse (Not yet 21, per tax list.)
(Augustus) Evan Kindrick taxable property, 1 horse
Harvey Kindrick taxable property, 1 horse 3 cattle
Eda (Edith) Kindrick taxable property, 1 child
David Y. Kindrick *** taxable property, 1 horse 3 cattle
William Kindrick taxable property, 1 horse
(Edith Kendrick is back on the tax list)
1853
David Kindrick *** taxable property, 2 horses 4 cattle 14 hogs
Augustus E. Kindrick taxable property, ?
Hezekiah Webb taxable property, 1 horse 7 cattle 1 child 100 acres land in Floyd Co, Ky
(Where are the other Kindricks ?)
1854
(Augustus) Evan Kindrick taxable property, 2 horses 10 hogs
Edy (Edith) Kindrick taxable property, 1 child
David Y. Kindrick *** taxable property, 2 horses 4 cattle 7 hogs
Hezekiah Webb taxable property, 1 horse 7 cattle 15 hogs 2 children 400 acres land on Goose Creek, Floyd Co, Ky
1855
David Y. Kindrick *** taxable property, 2 horses 5 cattle 14 hogs
Hezekiah Webb taxable property, 1 horse 1 mule 12 cattle 16 hogs 700 acres land in Floyd Co, Ky.
1856
Augustus (Evan) Kindrick taxable property, ?
Harvey Kindrick taxable property, 1 child
David Y. Kindrick *** taxable property, 2 horses 6 cattle 5 hogs 1 child
Hezekiah Webb taxable property, 2 horses 1 mule 9 cattle 10 hogs 3 children 600 acres land in Floyd Co, Ky
1857
David Y. Kindrick *** taxable property, 2 horses 10 hogs 1 child
(Augustus) Evan Kindrick taxable property, 1 horse
Harvey Kindrick nbsp;taxable property, 1 horse 3 hog 3 children
Hezekiah Webb taxable property, 1 horse 8 cattle 20 hogs 3 children 200 acres land on Goose Creek, in Floyd Co, Ky
1858
Augustus (Evan) Kindrick taxable property, 1 horse
David Y. Kindrick *** taxable property, 1 horse 9 cattle 12 hogs 1 child
Harvey (D) Kindrick taxable property, 1 cattle 1 hog (?) children Hezekiah Webb taxable property, 3 horses 16 cattle 35 hogs 3 children
1859
Joseph B. kindrick taxable property, 1 horse 4 cattle
Augustus E. Kindrick taxable property, 1 horse
Harvey Kindrick taxable property, 1 cow 3 hogs 3 children
David (Y) Kindrick *** taxable property, 1 horse 1 mule 1 cow 10 hogs 50 lbs tobacco 300 bushels corn 30 bushels wheat 1 child
Hezekiah Webb taxable property, 3 horses 12 cattle 25 hogs 300 bushels corn 50 bushels wheat 3 children
1860
Augustus E. Kindrick taxable property, 1 horse
David Y. Kindrick *** taxable property, 1 horse 1 mule 8 hogs 50 lbs tobacco 300 bushels corn 45 bushels wheat (?) cattle 1 child
Hezekiah Webb taxable property, 2 horses 10 cattle 12 hogs 500 bushels corn 30 bushels wheat 4 children
(Joseph B. Kindrick removed to Russell Co, Va., where he lived the rest of his life. Edith Kindrick and son, Augustus E. Kindrick were living in the household of Hezekiah and Martha (Kindrick) Webb in the 1860 Census.)
1861
Augustus E. Kindrick taxable property, 1 horse enrolled in militia
David Kindrick *** taxable property, 1 mule 9 cattle 29 hogs 50 lbs tobacco 500 bushels corn 80 bushels wheat 2 children
Kier (Hezekiah) Webb taxable property, 3 horses 12 cattle 25 hogs 800 bushels corn 30 bushels wheat 4 children enrolled in militia

(Tax books for 1862, 1863 and 1864 are missing. After 1864, David Y. Kindrick Family are the only Kindricks left in Floyd Co, Ky. Hezekiah Webb Family had also left the county. Children on this list are aged 6-18, unless they owned property such as a horse. Then they are listed by name.)
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Russell Co., VA Court Records:
Page 48, June 03, 1818 & July 07, 1818 Ordered that Harry Smith, George Kendrick and William Nash, gentlemen be recommended to the governor of the Commonwealth, one of whom to be commissioned to execute the office of Sheriff for the ensuing year.
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Indenture of Bargain
(Posted on the website KENDRICK, PRATER and KIN VIRGINIA TO KENTUCKY by Maggie Oliver)

This Indenture of bargin made this 2nd day of November in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and eighteen between George Kindrick and Edith his wife of the county of Russel and Commonwealth of Virginia of the one part and William Chiles of the county and state aforesaid of the other part. Witneseth that the George Kindrick and Edith his wife for and in consideration of the sum of one hundred fifty dollars to him in hand paid by the William Chiles before the sealing and deleavering of them presents the receipt whereof he the said George Kindrick and Edith his wife doth hereby acknowledge both given granted bargained and sold, and by those present do give grant bargin and sell, unto the said William Chiles, his heirs and asigne forever a certain tract of land lying our county of Russel in the Glade Hollow, and bounds as follows, to wit, Beginning at a double white oak corner to William Chiles land, and running thence North 35 degrees, West 52 poles to three small white oaks, South 56 degrees, West croping the branch 37 poles to a white oak on the side of a ridge, North 40 degrees, 30 degrees West along the side of ridge 55 poles to a bunch of (unreadable) on Peter Lambarts line thence with Lamberts line South 34 degrees, West 52 poles to a white oak, South 47 degrees , 30 degrees West 14 poles to two walnuts, South 14 degrees East 10 poles to two white oaks, North 58 degrees, East 12 poles to two white oaks, thence to the beginning. Containing in the whole by estimation sixty four acres be the same more or less.
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Indenture of George Kindrick as Sheriff of Russel Co, Virginia 1819-1820
(Posted on the website KENDRICK, PRATER and KIN VIRGINIA TO KENTUCKY by Maggie Oliver)

Know all men by these present, that we George Kindrick, James Kendrick, Jeremiah Munsey, Jacob Lambert, Andrew Cowan, Thomas Gibson, William Horton are held and firmly bound unto James P. Preston Esquire Governor and Cheif Magistrate of the commonwealth of Virginia in the just and full sum of three thousand dollars to be paid to the said Governor and his (unreadable) for the use of the Commonwealth, for the payment whereof all and truly to be made we bind, ourselves and each of us, our and each of our heirs, executors and administrators, jointly and soundly firmly by their presents. Sealed with our seals and dated this 5th day of October 1819. The condition of the above obligation is such that wherein the above bound George Kindrick is constituted and appointed, Sheriff of the County of Russel by a commission from the Governor under the seal of the Commonwealth dated the 29th day of July last past. If therefore the said George Kindrick shall faithfully collect, account for and pay according to law, the taxes imposed by law in the said County of Russell, then the above obligation to be void, otherwise to remain in full force and virtue.
Acknowledged in Court
October 5th 1819
Ordered to be recorded.
Teste James P. Camell(or Carrell) D.B.
Sigatures and Seals George Kindrick
James Hendricks (kendrick)
Jeremiah Munsey
Andrew Cowan
Thomas Gibson
Jacob Lambert
William Horton
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Indenture of George Kindrick as Sheriff of Russel Co, Virginia 1820-1821
(Posted on the website KENDRICK, PRATER and KIN VIRGINIA TO KENTUCKY by Maggie Oliver)

Know all men by these present, that we George Kindrick, William Gilmore and Harry Smith are held and firmly bound unto Thomas M. Randolph Esquire Governor or Cheif Magistrate of the commonwealth of Virginia in the just and full sum of three thousand dollars to be paid to the said Governor and his successors for the use of the Commonwealth, for the payment whereof well and truly to be made we bind, ourselves and each of us, our and each of our heirs, executors and administrators, jointly and severaly firmly by their presents. Sealed with our seals and dated this 7th day of November 1820. The condition of the above obligation is such that whereas the above bound George Kindrick is constituted and appointed, Sheriff of the County of Russell by a commission from the Governor under the seal of the Commonwealth dated the 1st day of August last past. If therefore the said George Kindrick shall well and truly collect all levies and account for and pay the same in such a manner as is by law directed and also all fines, forfetures and (unreadable) accruing or becoming due to the Commonwealth in the said County of Russell, and shall duly account for and pay the same to the treasurer of this Commonwealth for the time being for the use of the Commonwealth, in like manner as is or shall be directed in case of public taxes and shall in all other things, truly and faithly execute the office of Sheriff during his continuance therein, then this obligation to be void, otherwise to remain in full force and value.
Acknowledged in Court
Ordered to be recorded.
Teste
James P. Camell(or Carrell) D.B.

Sigatures and Seals
George Kindrick
William Gilmore
H. Smith
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Indenture of George Kindrick as Sheriff of Russel Co, Virginia 1820-1821 2nd Indenture (Posted on the website KENDRICK, PRATER and KIN VIRGINIA TO KENTUCKY by Maggie Oliver)

Know all men by these present, that we George Kindrick, William Gilmore and Harry Smith are held and firmly bound unto Thomas M. Randolph Esquire Governor or Cheif Magistrate of the commonwealth of Virginia in the just and full sum of three thousand dollars to be paid to the said Governor and his successors for the use of the Commonwealth, for the payment whereof well and truly to be made we bind, ourselves and each of us, our and each of our heirs, executors and administrators, jointly and severaly firmly by these presents. Sealed with our seals and dated this 7th day of November 1820. The condition of the above obligation is such that whereas the above bound George Kindrick is constituted and appointed, Sheriff of the County of Russell by a commission from the Governor under seal of the Commonwealth dated the 1st day of August last past. If therefore the said George Kindrick shall well and truly collect and receive all officers fees and dues past into his hands to collect and duly account for and pay the same to the officers to whom such fees are due respectivly at such times as are prescribed and limited by law and shall well and truly execute and due return make of all proceeds and profits to him directed and pay and satisfy all sums of money and tobacco by him received by virtue of any such profits. The person or persons to whom the same are due his or their executors, administrators or assigns, and in all other things shall truly and faithfully execute and preform the said office of Sheriff during his continuance therein, then this obligation to be void, otherwise remain in full force and virtue.
Acknowledged in Court
Ordered to be recorded.
Teste
James P. Camell(or Carrell) D.B.

Sigatures and Seals
George Kindrick
William Gilmore
H. Smith
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1820 Russell Co., VA Census:
George Kendrick
2 males 10-16 2 females 0-10
1 male 16-18 1 female 16-26
2 males 16-26 1 female 26-45
1 male 45+
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1840 Russell Co., VA Census:
George Kindrick
1 male 0-5 2 females 0-5
1 male 10-15 1 female 10-15
1 male 15-20 1 female 20-30
1 male 60-70 1 female 40-50
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1850 Floyd Co., KY Census:
Adah Kindrick, 50 VA
Augustus, 20 VA
Joseph, 12 VA
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1860 Floyd Co., KY Census, Household #287:
Webb, Hezekiah 35 M VA
Martha 31 F VA
Joseph 15 M VA
Mary 12 F KY
Margaritte 10 F KY
Susan 7 F KY
Edith Kendrick 65 F VA *****
Augustus E. 30 M VA
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Russell Co., VA Surveyor's Book 1:
September 26, 1794 - George Kendrick, assignee of Pat. Kendrick - 50 ac - part 2 Treasury Warrant: 35 ac by 19435 dated September 16, 1783 & 15 ac by 9806 dated December 11, 1781 - on both sides of the Maiden Spring fork of Clinch River - corner Pat. Kendrick, Sr.
September 20, 1798 - George Kindrick - 66 ac - part 2 Treasury Warrants: 50 ac by 2173 dated April 13, 1797 & 16 ac by 14415 dated September 25, 1782 - on both sides of the flag branch, part of the waters of the Maiden Spring fork of Clinch River - corner to Patrick Kindrick - corner to James Maddison - corner to Henry Smith

Russell Co., Virginia GenWeb:
An extract from the marriage Register as recorded in the clerks office of the county court of Russell County as returned by William Vermillion "married George Kindrick and Edith Wright July 22d 1813 William Vermillion

Virginia Russell County to wit I Richard H. Lynch clerk of the county court ? (probably "of the") county and state aforesaid do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true transcript ? (probably should be "from") the records of said court. In testimony whereof of I have hereunto set my hand and annexed the seal of said court this 17th day of October 1859
R. H. Lynch C.C


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