Andrew Kinkead, son of William Kinkead and Eleanor Guy, was born about 24 July 1764, when his mother was held captive by Indians. His mother was captured by the Indians, 14 Apr 1764, "she was in three months of having an infant".
He married Ann Poage on 22 June 1786 in Augusta County, Virginia, by Rev. William Wilson, Robert Gamble, bondsman. 
They moved to Woodford County, Kentucky where he farmed and raised his six children.
He died around the same time of his wife about 1815 or before 1821.
He left 6 young children at his death, 3 of them daughters, which were taken by wife's brother Col. James Poage and reared as his own in Ripley, Brown County, Ohio.
↑ "Virginia Marriages, 1785-1940," FamilySearch database, Andrew Kinkade and Anne Poage, 22 Jun 1786; citing Augusta, Virginia, reference ; FHL microfilm 30,415. [Link]
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