William Winfield Kincaid
Born Sep 15, 1792
Died Nov 28, 1867 Burke Co. NC

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Elizabeth (Betsy) Gardner Mayberry

m. 1815
b. Dec 15, 1792
?Lincoln Co. NC
d. Sep 25, 1846
Burke Co. NC
Martha Eveline

b. Jan 17, 1816

Mary Isabella

b. Jun 23, 1817

d. Jan 26, 1864
James Winslow

b. Nov 26, 1819

d. Jul, 1904
Jane Carolina

b. Feb 7, 1822

d. Oct 21, 1897
William Winfield

b. Nov 24, 1823

d. May 13, 1910
John Malcolm

b. Aug 26, 1825

d. 1852
At sea
Nancy Abernethy

b. Apr 9, 1828

d. Mar 30, 1894
Catherine Elizabeth

b. Feb 12, 1830

Temperance (Tempy) Louisa

b. May 26, 1832
Burke Co. NC
d. May 1, 1876
Burke Co. NC
Elizabeth Little Davis

m. Jan 4, 1852
Lincoln Co. NC
b. Jan 29, 1814
d. Jan 14, 1897
William lived first on land inherited from his father, then near Mount Pleasant Church in Chesterfield NC.
Daughter Catherine Elizabeth (Betty) married John Chester. When the post office of Hoodville was moved to their home from John Hood's home after it burned, the town of Hoodville became known as Chesterfield. See History of Chesterfield.
Son William Winfield Kincaid, Jr. gave a deed of three acres of land for the Mount Pleasant Church in Chesterfield, after the previous church site, referred to as the "Arbor", burned. He is buried there beside his wife Martha Amanda Warlick.
Daughters Nancy and Tempy married brothers who were both sons of William Clontz. Nancy married Alphonso (Fonzo) Clontz, and Tempy married Jeremiah Clontz.
Nancy Abernethy Kincaid and husband W. Alphonso Clontz are buried at Mount Pleasant Methodist Church Cemetery in Chesterfield, NC. Tombstones.
A son of daughter Martha married Emma L. Bristol, daughter of Benedict Bristol.
William Kincaid was buried on his own property, along Old Johns River Road, northeast of Morganton. This land has excellent views of the mountains, including Table Rock (photographed from the Blue Ridge Parkway).
Tombstones, Mount Pleasant Church Cemetery, Chesterfield, Burke Co. NC.
Elmore, Nell James, "William Winfield Kincaid, Jr.", The Heritage of Burke County 1981, The Burke County Historical Society, Morganton, NC, 1981, entry no. 415.