James Kincaid
Born 1754 Lancaster Co. PA
Died Jul 22, 1836 Morganton NC

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Jane Reed

b. 1767

d. Jun 20, 1830
William Winfield

b. Sep, 15, 1792

d. Nov 28, 1867
Burke Co. NC
John (Red John)

b. Dec 4, 1794

d. Jun 28, 1863
Martha (Patsy)

b. 1798

James Reed (Nosely)

b. Nov 22, 1800

d. Apr 11, 1890

b. 1803?

d. 1864
Catherine (Katy)

b. Aug 19, 1804

d. Jun 13, 1877
Milton Wilburn

b. Dec 12, 1807

d. May 29, 1868
Jane (Jince)

James served in the Revolutionary War as Private from Lincoln Co. NC; 4 months against British-allied Cherokee Indians; 4 months at the siege of Charleston, 3 months at Camden, and 3 months on an expedition to Wilmington.
James lived first on land inherited from his father, then near Mount Pleasant Church in Chesterfield NC. See History of Chesterfield.
Daughter Nancy married George W. Bristol, 1810-1892, eldest son of Benedict Bristol and Jennie McCall.
Daughter Catherine (Katy) married James L. McCall, son of Robert McCall in Jan, 1830.
Son Milton W. married as first wife, Abigail Bristol, daughter of Benedict Bristol and Jennie McCall.
James was buried at the Kincaid-Bristol cemetery, located one mile off of Route 18, northeast of Morganton, probably near his property along Old Johns River Road. This land has excellent views of the mountains, including Table Rock (photographed from the Blue Ridge Parkway).
Bristol-Kincaid Cemetery, Lenoir NC.
Bristol, Warren Edwin, comp., Bristol Genealogy, The Bristol Family Association, Inc., 1967.
Hildebrand, Abbie Seals, "James Kincaid", The Heritage of Burke County 1981, The Burke County Historical Society, Morganton, NC, 1981, entry no. 407.
Kincaid, Mrs. Clyde E.[Gayle], Asheville NC, letter to Lisabeth M. Holloway, Aug 2, 1978.