Richard McKinnie was born about 1717 in Suffolk City, Isle of Wight County, Virginia Colony. He was the son of Barnaby McKinnie, Sr., and Mary Ann Exum Rickesis McKinnie.
He married Mary Kinchen in about 1736 in Edgecombe Parish, Halifax County, North Carolina. They had no children.
Richard wrote his Will August 10, 1751 and passed away soon after. He is buried in Edgecombe Parish.
28 Aug 1752 Joseph Lane Jr to John Tarver. For 35£. 205 acres joining William Taylor, Benjamin Joyner, and Edward Crowell. Wit: Richard McKinne, David Lane, William Baker. Reg. Nov Cout 1752. Edgecombe Precinct DB 4, p.341
12 Aug 1755
John Lane of ??Georgia??, heir at law of Patience Lane, to Joseph Lane of Edgecombe County. All houses, barnes, mills, stables etc. that fell to me by my GRANDFATHER'S will as by the will of Col. Barnaby McKinney to his son Richard McKinnie and said Richard died without issue. 300 acres fell to his [Barnaby's] son John McKinney and the remaining part to his two DAUGHTERS Patience McKinnie Lane and Mourning Pope. Edgecombe Precinct/County Deed Book 2, p.319. 12 Aug 1755.
Hofmann, Abstracts of Deeds: Edgecombe Precinct, Edgecombe County, NC 1732-1758. FHL Microfiche #6019508, p.65 ???
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