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Married to Margaret Brown in 1759 According to child birth locations Samuel came from Ireland to America between 1763-65.
But according to speculation in a letter found in 1955 he immigrated when he was 14 years old and settled near Stillwater, N. Y.
BIRTH DATE Abt 1740 Birth year approximated from the following: -William Cooper’s [Brother-in-law to Samuel McBride] age calculated from his tombstone. Died 20 Mar 1812 age 76 yrs (1812-76=1736) -Samuel McBride’s TIB lists birth as “abt 1740 of Stillwater, Saratoga, New York.” -LDS Archive Sheet for Samuel McBride states “abt 1740 of Stillwater, Saratoga, New York”. BIRTH PLACE -Samuel McBride was born in County Antrim, Ireland. -Reuben McBride records in his family records that Grandfather Samuel McBride is born in “Iireland” and my Grandmother Margaret McBride is “from Ireland” Also Reuben states that Samuel McBride’s father [gives no name only relationship] was “Born and Died in Ireland”. FHL film #1035908 -John McBride, states in his Seventy’s Quorum Record “My grandfather Samuel McBride was born in Ireland, Entrim County...voyaged to New York and there died”. 17th Quorum of Seventies Records BYU film # 6164 pt. 2.
RESIDENCE - Saratoga Patient, Great Lot #17 Lot #3 [sub lot 1 of 4] -S. McBride’s home appears as a cabin on a map found in the book Burgoyne’s Campaign by Charles Neilson. FHL Book US/CAN 974.748 H2n. -S. McBride. “Simeon Barbour and George Coulter owned the clearings and cottages where the second day’s battle opened, and one S. McBride had his homestead to the north of them, apparently where the farm buildings of the late Mrs. Ebenezer Leggett stand.” The Story of Old Saratoga by John Henry Brandow FHL book 974.748/S1 H2b. -McBride House appears on a map found in the book “Battles of the American Revolution” by Henry B. Carrington. The map title is “Battle of Bemis Heights”. - “McBride Farm so called” is listed in the estate of the late John Livingston, Esquire about 1805. The farm was in the possession of Mrs. Mary Livingston at the time. It was being processed as part of an estate settlement. This information is listed in the Farm Maps and Surveys Book #1 A-B page 41. Found in the basement of the Albany County Court House. I knew of this book because of a Lis Pend index which listed it [ FHL film #466871] , when I visited the Court house in Albany. An veteran worker took me down into a very deep basement and showed me this book, which was part of a series. To my knowledge the series has never been filmed. Saratoga Patient, Great Lot #17 lot #3 [sublot #1 of 4].The McBride Farm so called, 97.15 acres. -Unnamed farm shown on the maps of the battles fought at “Saratoga” and “Bemis Heights” as drawn by Wilkenson. -“Rev Daniel McBride came from Ireland to America when he was 14 years old. And settled near Stillwater, N. Y. “[This was copied from a letter from Belle Strang of West Unity, Ohio to Mrs. Della D. Edmunds of Salt Lake City, Utah postmarked 3 Nov 1955. A photo copy in possession of Gerald Lowell Christiansen] “Settled near Stillwater, New York”. This statement is an affirmation of the facts discovered about the McBride family having settled in the very north part of the Town Stillwater and that they did not live within the Village of Stillwater. (Note:Rev. Daniel McBride is in error. It should have read Samuel McBride.)
Abt 1754 - I think that Samuel McBride may have been fourteen year of age when he emigrated to the Americas. This is speculation is derived from a letter sent to Della Dames Edmunds from a Belle Strang postmarked 3 November 1955. If this assumption of mine is correct, then we have a new piece of information about Samuel McBride and that is he was 14 years old when he came to the United States.
“Rev Daniel McBride came from Ireland to America when he was 14 years old. And settled near Stillwater, N. Y. “ [This was copied from a letter from Belle Strang of West Unity, Ohio to Mrs. Della D. Edmunds of Salt Lake City, Utah postmarked 3 Nov 1955. A photo copy in possession of Gerald Lowell Christiansen]
This statement states that Daniel McBride was from Ireland and emigrated at the age of 14 to an area near Stillwater, New York. I think this is mix up history. We know that Daniel was born in New York. I think this statement is confused and refers to Samuel, Daniel’s father and not Daniel. These next statements substantiates this conclusion. Reuben McBride, a son of Daniel McBride, states and records that Daniel was born in Stillwater, New York on the 13 (3) September 1766. And that his father Samuel McBride was from Ireland. Uncle William Cooper lists a Daniel McBride as one of the three lives in his lease in 1769. I believe that Daniel is his nephew and is the son of Samuel McBride. Daniel would have only been three years old. Also we know from Reuben and his brother John that Samuel McBride was born in Ireland and not Daniel. New questions: Did he emigrate with his family, Was he an indentured servant, etc? What port did he set foot in the Americas in? We can now look for a Samuel McBride age 14 landing in the United States. Too bad we do not really know when he was born. Or where he landed in the United States - New York ?, Pennsylvania?, Etc.
Known Relations - Margaret Brown McBride is the sister to Sarah Brown Cooper, wife of William Cooper.
13 Sep 1766 (some say 3 Sep 1766) Daniel McBride born in the Town of Stillwater, Saratoga District, Albany, New York and is now know as Town of Stillwater, Saratoga, New York [Not the village of Stillwater]. Reuben McBride’s Journal and Family Records give the birth date and place. FHL film # 0281279. Also Martha McBride Knight also gives the same date. Mary Ann Anderson McBride (wife of Reuben) list the same date. LDS Archives family group record gives the birth date as 3 Sept. 1766.
3 Aug 1769 Daniel McBride is listed as the third life of a Three Life Lease of William Cooper’s, the brother-in-law of Samuel McBride, Land lease. This record proves a relationship between William Cooper and Daniel McBride. The lease is for a piece of land situated on the Saratoga Patient Great Lot #16 farm #8. This relationship is confirmed in Reuben McBride’s records. Found in the NY Secretary of State Library’s collection of Phillip Schuyler’s Papers box 21 in Albany, NY.
26 Nov 1776 “From a return of the poll for the election of [Albany] Committee [of Correspondence] in the District of Saratoga it appears that the following persons are duly elected Viz.” Samuel Mackbride is listed as having been elected for a six month term. Albany, New York Committee of Safety and Correspondence, FHL Film #1035658 item 5. This is a patriot cause that supplied a form of government during the Revolutionary War. I conclude from this he was for the cause of American Independence. His brother John McBride, married to Susana Simpson, is a proven Tory.
Samuel Mackbride is listed in “Book of Names” as being part of the Albany Committee of Correspondence. FHL Book 974.7 F2pm, page185.1779 Assessment Rolls
Garrity Lansing Papers - Box 1 Fold 16 Assessment Rolls, NY State Library in Albany, NY. KT13324 folder 16 [This same Assessment roll can be found in pamplet series call “The Saratoga” found in the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Ut.] Name Amt.. Real Estate Amt. of dollars John Nelson Alexander Fullerton Wm or Mr Mead 40 40 George Colter Samuel McBride 60 60 Joshua Barber David Ackermann Lyman Marshall William Cooper 15 15 John McBride 20 20 William Anderson 20 20 Samuel Cooper 15 15 Philip Rogers Lt John Scidmore Gabriel Leggett Isaac Leggett
1779-1789 Death of Samuel McBride Before the Tax list of 20 May 1789. Wife is listed as Widow McBride -John McBride, states in his Seventy’s Quorum Record “My grandfather Samuel McBride was born in Ireland, Entrim County...voyaged to New York and there died”. 17th Quorum of Seventies BYU 6164 pt. 2
20 May 1789 A list of inhabitants of Stillwater, [Albany], New York. History of Saratoga County, New York page 294. FHL Book #974.748 H2sa.
Name Real Property £, s, d William Cooper 20 6 4s 7d [This is Samuel McBride’s Brother - in - law] John McBride 15 5 3s 6d [This is Samuel’s Brother marred to Susannah Simpson] ... William Anderson 16 6 3s 11d [There is a William Anderson married to a Cooper and one that is married to a McBride. Which one this is I do not know, but think it is the one married to a Cooper.] ... Samuel Cooper 20 12 5s 8d [This Samuel Cooper is related to Phinease Whitesides of Cambridge, New York.] ... Widow McBride 18 5 4s 1d [I believe this is Margaret Brown McBride.] James McBride 6 4 1s 9d [I believe this is Reuben’s Uncle James and Aunt Mary (Sally).] John McBride,Jr 6 3 1s 7d [I believe this is Reuben’s Uncle John and Aunt Nancy .] Daniel McBride 25 2 4s 9d [I believe this is the Daniel McBride that witness Thomas Freeman’s claim for losses during the Revolutionary War. As well as he who married Abigail Mead McBride.] ... Nathaniel Cooper 6 2 1s 5d
1790 US Federal Census Stillwater, Albany Co., New York pp 50-51 Male>16,Male<16, Females James McBride 1 2 3 ... Daniel McBride 1 1 4 ... Margaret McBride 3 1 3 ... William Cooper 2 2 9 John McBride 1 6 2 ... Samuel Cooper 3 1 2
After 2 Feb 1794 Mrs. McBride (Widow) was admitted to Communion in the 1st Congregational/Presbyterian Church. She is listed next to her sister and brother-in-law William Cooper and Sarah. I feel strongly she is Margaret McBride. FHL film # 533505.
1794-1800 Death of Margaret Brown McBride She is shown as Widow McBride in 1794 Stillwater 1st Congregational/Presbyterian Church. She died between 1794 and 1800. When she does not show in the 1800 US Federal Census.
1805 Farm is passed on to a new owner. -McBride Farm so called is listed in the estate of the late John Livingston, Esquire about 1805. The farm was in the possession of Mrs. Mary Livingston at the time. It is being given as part of the estate settlement. It is listed in the Farm Maps and Surveys Book #1 A-B page 41. Found in the basement of the Albany County Court House. Saratoga Patient , Great Lot #17, Lot #3 [sub lot #1 of 4]. The McBride Farm so called, 97.15 acres.
... means continuation, not every entry copied for this report. FHL or GS mean Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Ut.
Study of the Children of Samuel McBride and Margaret Brown. Who are the real children of Samuel and Margaret? And who are in-laws? Or others.
LDS Archive Family Group Record
Author- Marion A. Christensen [4th great grandson of Samuel] Reuben McBride Family Records - Baptized List 28 July 1844
Author- Reuben McBride [grandson of Samuel] Reuben McBride Family Records - A list of relations
Author- Reuben McBride[grandson of Samuel] Mary Ann Anderson McBride - Temple Book
Author - Mary Ann A. McBride[wife of Reuben McBride] Martha McBride Knight Family Records list.
Author- Martha McBride Knight [granddaughter of Samuel and sister to Reuben McBride.] James McBride 1830-___ Temple Book
Author- James McBride a Great Grand Son [Reuben & Martha’s nephew]
LDS Family History Archives FHL film #1035908 FHL film #0281279 FHL film #1839068 item 9.
FHL film #1035908 FHL film #0281279 FHL film #1839068 item 9.
-Copy in possession of Gerald (Gary) L. Christiansen
- 1-Part found in Reuben McBride’s Record. FHL film #1035908
- 2-Part found in a separate listing & was obtained from Brent Belnap of NYC, NY and Della Dame Edmunds.
-Copy in possession ofGerald (Gary)
Daniel McBride (Abagil Mead) Born 3 Sept 1766 Stillwater, Saratoga, New York Daniel McBride Father. Husband of Abigail McBride. Daniel McBride Born 13 Sept 1766 in Stillwater, Saratoga Co., NY Died 1 Sept 1823 in LeRoy, Genesee Co., NY. Aged 57 yrs minus 13 days. Abigail Mead his wife. Daniel McBride (13 Sep 1766) Stillwater, Saratoga NY From #2 Daniel McBride son of Samuel McBride my father was born Sept 13, 1766 in Stilwater, Saratoga, NY. Died Sept 1, 1823. In LeRoy, Genesee, Co., NY.
From #2 Daniel McBride my father. Daniel McBride son of Samuel and Margaret McBride was born Sept 13, 1766 Stillwater, Saratoga Co., NY Abigail Mead McBride his wife born Jan 27th 1770 Nine Partners, Montgomery Co., NY. Died March 12, 1854 Ogden City, Utah Territory.
James McBride Born abt 1770 James McBride Uncle. Aunt Mary his wife. James McBride Uncle. Aunt Mary McBride his wife Aunt Sally McBride his wife. James McBride (abt 1762)
- 1 James McBride Uncle son of Samuel McBride gr father. Mary McBride Aunt his wife.
- 1Mary McBride born & died in the state of New York. I am her niece.
- 2 James McBride... Mary McBride his wife.
[No mention of Mary as a sister] [No mention of Mary as a sister] [No mention of Mary as a sister]
[No mention of Mary as a sister] [No mention of Mary as a sister]
Samuel McBride Born abt 1772 Samuel McBride Uncle Samuel McBride Uncle died in Town of York, Livingston Co., NY “I recollect going to his funeral when I was a little boy.”
- 1 Samuel McBride son of Samuel McBride.
John McBride Born abt 1774 Uncle John McBride Aunt Nancy his wife Uncle John McBride his wife Nancy.
John McBride Uncle Nancy McBride Aunt
- 1 John McBride Uncle & Died in Norfolk, Verg. Nancy McBride his wife Aunt.
- 2 I do not know John McBride died in Norfolk, Virgena.
Nancy McBride Born abt 1776 [No mention of Nancy as a sister] [No mention of Nancy as a sister] [No mention of Nancy as a sister] [No mention of Nancy as a sister] [No mention of Nancy as a
Betsey McBride (Samuel Thompson) Born abt 1778 Aunt Betsy McBride Thompson Uncle Samuel Tompson
- 1 Aunt Betsy Thompson. Born and died in Saratoga County, New York.
Uncle Samuel Thompson
- 2 Betsey Thompson Aunt.
- 2 Samuel Thompson Uncle his wife Betsey Thompson/
- 1 Betsy Thompson born & died in Saratoga Co., NY.
“I am her niece”
- 2 Samuel Tompson son in law of Samuel McBride his wife Betsy Tompson daughter Samuel McBride.
Martha McBride Born abt 1780 [No mention of Martha as a sister] [No mention of Martha as a sister] [No mention of Martha as a sister] [No mention of Martha as a sister] [No mention of Martha as a
-Marion A. Christensen verbally told Gerald Lowell Christiansen, a couple of years before he died, that he obtained all of the children for the Archive Family Group Record from Reuben McBride’s Journal and Family Records. That family reunion was in Hyrum, Utah. I believe in the Hyrum City Park up Blacksmith Fork Canyon.
- ↑ Entered by Darin Neves.
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- Husband: Samuel Mcbride
- Wife: Margaret Brown
- Child: John Mcbride
- Child: James Mcbride
- Child: Samuel B. Mcbride
- Child: Daniel Mcbride
- Child: Martha Mcbride
- Child: Betsy Mcbride
- Date: ABT 1759
- Place: , , Ireland
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