Chapter 3: “Reminsicing” with NC Clinard Cousins, PA to NC Clinard Land & Legal Transactions

“Reminiscing” with Clinards from NC

& PA TO NC CLINARD/KLEINERT LAND & LEGAL TRANSACTIONS RESEARCH

I left off my research for a while after receiving our Tennessee Century Farm status to pursue other projects. However, all those stray cousins and ancestors kept naggling at me. I got back online to see what was new and was delighted to discover Clinard researchers had posted a pretty comprehensive overview of the Clinards migration from Pennsylvania to North Carolina, including our forebears that came to Tennessee. I contacted them to see if I could incorporate their research into mine and here is the response:

Hi Jamie,

My name is Rick Russell. Thank you so much for contacting us about your Clinard family research. I am the one responsible for the Clinard Land Transaction research and David Clinard did most of the timeline. I am really excited about sharing information with you. We have been looking for a good TN contact for years.

I am descendant for Davis Clinard Sr, who was born in NC then went to IN in the early 1850s, then to MI after the Civil War.  David is from another Clinard line that went from NC to Georgia. David and I know that our two lines are connected because of name similarities and family stories,  however, we can not find the Clinard who is the link between the two families. Supposedly, both lines were from a Jacob Clinard who seems to be somewhat of a mystery.

Family tales state that my Davis Clinard once went from NC to TN to visit his brothers, Samuel (Sanford) and Joseph.  I don’t know if that is true or not, or what TN family they may be connected to. I think we are trying to get as many male Clinard in TN to do DNA as we can to find the missing link. David Clinard’s line in GA and my line in MI match DNA for a common ancestor.

I have a lot of documents and other info I can share with you. I have most deeds for NC and some from TN. I have 40 or 50 TN death certificates from the 1800s. I have copies of Hans Clinor’s (John Clinard) land grants in TN and also of his will. We have a ton of photos on My Family. Also a Clinard-L mailing list that has not been very active lately but has a lot of discussion on it. Also the discussion boards at Rootsweb http://boards.rootsweb.com/surnames.clinard/mb.ashx and Genforum. Probably the most accurate and informative are the ones from David and me (not bragging, we just seem to do very deep research)

http://genforum.genealogy.com/clinard/

http://lists.rootsweb.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/findlist.pl

Karen Clinard and I published “My Dear Father and Mother, The Personal Letters of Livingston N Clinard” a few years back.  I own Reminiscing Books, the publisher. He was descendant from Andrew Clinard Sr, who I believe was Lawrence’s brother.  We do have a photo of him.  Do you have any of Lawrence, or did he die too early for that?

Have you heard any stories about a Clinard (Davis) who went north? Any documents or letters, bibles that may have a clue?

Looking forward to corresponding with you, Rick Russell, Asheville, NC

Rick Russell & Karen Clinard’s book

Rick sent me a batch of information along with copies of the TN Clinard death certificates. After perusing all of the information Rick sent me, I began to see connections between the Tennessee Clinard family and the Hinkle family. Peter and Anthony Hinkle were related by marriage to Lawrence Clinard and they must have either traveled with him or joined him in Tennessee. The first mention of Lawrence and the Hinkle brothers was in an 1807 Robertson County court order for them to participate in road maintenance work, which was required of all home/land owners in the county. Others listed in the order were Henry Fry, Matthew Morris, William Blizzard, Thomas Martin and Alan Parker.

The descendants of these Hinkles would later found the Hinkle Chair Company, renowned for their ladderback rocking chairs that are now sold at Cracker Barrel Restaurants across the United States. We’ll be exploring all those families later on!

My “second” cousin and next-door neighbor, Linda Bowie Dorris (my dad’s first cousin)  joined me in researching the Clinard and Hinkle families. She and her father, James Boyd Bowie, had recently completed the Mt. Sharon Cemetery book that offers a huge amount of information about the births and deaths of the families in the community and the church history. James Boyd began the project by cleaning the tombstone of his great, great-grandfather, Benjamin Rawls. He then began restoring the plots and tombstones and recording inscriptions and placement of plots. The photo I posted in my introduction of beautiful Jessie Lee Clinard is his mother and Linda’s grandmother. Much more information will be devoted to Mt. Sharon Church Cumberland Presbyterian Church and Cemetery later on.

Linda Bowie Dorris and James Boyd Bowie

Rev. Benjamin Rawls tombstone at Mt. Sharon Cemetery

In the next post, I’m going to offer an overview of the Clinard’s migration from Europe to Pennsylvania to North Carolina so you can discover who our ancestors were, where they came from and their migration motivations.

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Here is Rick Russell and David Clinard’s research from Pennsylvania to North Carolina

CLINARD LAND AND LEGAL TRANSACTIONS, ETC.*

1.    PHILIP KLEINERT
(born est. 1725,  died 1802, the son of John Kleinerd)

NORTHAMPTON COUNTY, PA
1.1.    29th September 1774 , Land Patent book  P2  page 126,  Sept 27, 1783,  “Know ye that in consideration of the monies heretofore paid by HANS CLINER to the state proprietaries at the granting of the warrant herein after mentioned……..there is granted by the said commonwealth to the said Peter Klein, a certain tract of land on Maconge Run, in Weisenberg Twp, formerly in the County of Bucks, now Northampton,  which said tract of land was surveyed by virtue of a warrant dated the 13th August 1734 granted to the said HANS CLINER, who by his will devised the said tract of land to his son PHILIP KLEINHART,  who by deed dated the 29th September 1774 conveyed the said tract of land to the said Peter Klein”  (Note: Hans Cliner was John Kleinerd)

ROWAN COUNTY, NC

1.2.    Approximately 1775:  Philip Kleinert and his family move to Rowan County, NC.   (Based on sale of his Pennsylvania property in 1774 and the marriage of his daughter Anna Maria Kleinert to Philip Mock on March 10, 1776 in North Carolina).
1.3.    Deed Book 8, p. 410, Aug. 1 1777, Thomas Buis of Guilford County North Carolina (Margaret makes her mark) lets Philip Clinert of Rowan County North Carolina have 432 acres in a Glade for ten shillings, the release price being for ten pounds on the next day.  Beginning at… Going North 69 Chains to a White Oak, East 70 Chains to a Red Oak in a Glade, South 35 Chains to a White Oak, West 15 Chains to a Hickory, South 34 Chains to a Pine, Then West to the Beginning.  Witness by John Buis and John Braley and proven by the latter in August 1777.  (This is on both sides of Abbotts Creek.  This had been left to the said Thomas Buis by his honorable uncle Thomas Buis deceased, in his last will, which is in Salisbury, NC)
1.4.    August 1778, Rowan County NC Vacant Land Entries,  Jacob Brummell 150 acres on waters of Abbots Creek adj Philip CLINARD’s  deeded land and Mock’s deeded land, including his own improvement.  A claim set up by Philip Mock.  Settled.
1.5.    August 5, 1778 Rowan County, NC Inferior Court records:  Jacob Clinehart and Phillip Clinehart signed the Oath of Allegiance to the State.  “Ordered by the court, the following persons, who neglected or refused to appear before the Justices of their respective districts on the day by them advertised to take the Oath of Allegiance to this State, be admitted to come into court and take the said Oath, having rendered excuse and having so done, that the clerk furnish them with certificates, they paying for the same, and the following persons took the Oath accordingly — — — viz: (Tories)…..Jacob Clinehart, Phillip Mock, Phillip Clinehart ”

•    Captain Davis’ District 1778 tax list:  Clinehart, Phillip   700 acres (listed next to Devolt Mock and William Davis.   Other names include Spurgeon, Hinkle, Livingood, Bodenhamer, Teague, Wilborn).

1.5.    Rowan County Deeds, 11:387. August 9, 1783,   State grant #1573 @ 50 shillings, 100 acres to Phillip Mock, 150/140 acres on both sides of Abbotts Creek adjacent to Phillip Kleinert . . . and his own land.

•    Captain Davis’ District 1783 tax list:    Clinard, Philip    432 acres
(also Philip Mock, Devault Mock, Frederick Miller, Davis, Livingood, Spurgeon, Welborn, Hitchcock, Osborn)

1.6.    Book 10:288 15 May 1784. Philip (FK) Clinert and Caty Clinart to Peter Clinert for lb 100, 216 A  both sides  Abbotts Crk, part of tract Phillip bought from Thomas Buise adj. Philip Mock and Jacob Brummel. Cathe (X) Clinert signs. James Davis, Henry Davis, John Ledford, Dewalt Mock . Prvd Aug Court 1785 by Devolt Mock.  (This is part of the land which said Philip Clinard bought of Thomas Buis)

•    Captain Davis’ District 1784 tax list:     Clinert, Phillip    216 acres  Abbits Creek
(Also Peter Clinert, George Grimes, Philip Mock, Devault Mock, Frederick Miller, Davis,  Motsinger, Jones, Hitchcock)

1.7.    426. P 111. 10 Aug 1797. Bill of Sale. Phillip Clinart/Clinard to his son Laurance Clinard as a gift, a Negro man about 17 yrs old. Wit Daniel (D) Clinard, (a German signatre). Prvd by John Cravn at Feb Ct 1798.
1.8.    Pg 34, 574. P 309. 30 ____ (other dates on that page: 5 May 1798). Bill of Sale. Phillip (K) Clinart to his dau Pheby, the wife of Dewalt Mock, dec’d, a Negro woman named Madge about 20 yrs old. Wit Sion Daniel, John Mock, Jacob Clinert. Prvd by Daniel at Aug Ct 1798.
1.9.    Pg 34, 573. P 309. 5 May 1798. Bill of Sale Phillip (K) Clinart to his son Jacob Clinart for affection, a Negro boy named Frank about 10 yrs old Wit Sion Daniel, John Mock. Prvd by Daniel at Aug Ct 1798.
1.10.    Pg 105. 1774. P 183. 6 Nov 1801.Bill of Sale. Phillip (PK) Clinard to his son Daniel Clinard for $275 silver, a negro boy named Jim. Wit Phillip Craver, Ezekiel Brown. Prvd by Brown and May Ct 1802.
1.11.    March 23, 1802, The will of Philip Clinard is recorded in Rowan County. Names sons Daniel, Lawrence, Jacob, Peter, Henry; daughters Phoebe Mock, Catherine Miller; grandson Jacob Mock (Phillip Mock’s son), John Mock (Phoebe’s son), Daniel Mock (Phoebe’s son); granddaughter Mary Stanley (dtr of Philip Moc and Anna Maria Clinard,  M. Reuben Standley); Dewalt Mock (Phoebe’s husband). Son Jacob is named as one of the executors. Wit: Ezekiel Brown. Ref: Rowan County Wills, Book E, page 214.
1.12.    March 23, 1802, The will of Philip Clinard :  I give and bequeath to my son Daniel Clinard all my lands, messuages & tenements, by him freely to be possessed and enjoyed, with this exception viz: that it shall not be in his power to sell or convey it until his youngest daughter shall come of age (to wit Phoebe).  I assume this is the remaining 216 acres of the original 432 acres, since half was sold to Peter Clinard earlier.  There may be other lands or transactions of which  I am unaware.  Daniel later divides and sells this to Philip Clinard and Philip Sink.

2.    JACOB CLINARD, Sr.
(son of Philip Kleinert, born 1750-1754, died after 1840)

ROWAN COUNTY, NC
2.1.    August 5, 1778 Rowan County, NC Inferior Court records:  Jacob Clinehart and Phillip Clinehart signed the Oath of Allegiance to the State.  “Ordered by the court, the following persons, who neglected or refused to appear before the Justices of their respective districts on the day by them advertised to take the Oath of Allegiance to this State, be admitted to come into court and take the said Oath, having rendered excuse and having so done, that the clerk furnish them with certificates, they paying for the same, and the following persons took the Oath accordingly — — — viz: (Tories)…..Jacob Clinehart, Phillip Mock, Phillip Clinehart ”
2.2.    15 Sep 1778: Jacob Clinard, 300 A on Rich Fk of Abbots Crk adj James Ross, William Roark, and Thomas Kimborough, including the Improvment where Dewalt Mock now lives. Rowan County NC Vacant Land Entries by Richard A. Enochs Pg 108 #1512.  Note: Dewalt Mock was Jacob’s brother-in-law.
2.3.    February 4, 1779, Jacob Clinard is listed as an overseer of the road. Ref: 4:193, Rowan County Minutes of the Court of Pleas & Quarter Session, 1775 – 1789.
2.4.    8 Feb 1780: Jacob Clinard 200 A on waters of Brushy Fork Abbots Crk, adj Mathias Sapenfield, Felix Clodfelter, and Moravian line, including the Improvement he now lives on, which entry is in behalf of Anthony Hinkle and Peter Hinkle, Orphans of Peter Hinkle, deceased. Rowan County NC Vacant Land Entries by Richard A. Enochs Pg 175. 2440. (Note: Jacob married Katherine Deck Hinkle)
2.5.    11/6/1780,   Robison sells Wm Spurgon land, adj Jacob Clinart   near Reedy and Swearing Creeks
2.6.    Sept 18,1783, Rowan County NC Vacant Land Entries,  Wm Ledford 300 acres both sides Abbots Creek, adj Philip CLINARD and his own line, including the improvement formerly Jonathan Robin’s.
2.7.    November 5, 1783,   Jacob Clinehart vs. Absalom Baker #169,   lb 42-15-0 & 6d cost.  Ref: Minutes of Court of Pleas & Sessions, 4:383. Rowan County, 1775 – 1789
2.6.  November 5, 1783,  Administration of estate of Charles Hinkle granted to Elizabeth Hinkle and Casper Hinkle, and with Anthony Hinkle and Jacob Clinehart securities. Ref: Minutes of the Inferior Court, 4:333. Rowan County, 1775 – 1789… Note: Jacob married Katherine Deck Hinkle

•    Captain Lop’s District 1783 tax list:     Clinard, Jacob    300 acres
(others include Hinkle, Davis, Sower, Sapenfield, Grimes, Sink, Myers, Livengood, Nifong, Clodfelter)

2.7.    Pg 192. 10:186. 7 Apr 1785. Valentine Beard and wf Margaret to Andrew Calclaugh of PA – wit Jacob Klinert.
2.8.    Pg 208. 10: 394. 1 Feb 1786 Wagneor to Jacob Long on Cold Branch of Brushy Fork, land adj. To Jacob Klinert.  Note: Jacob Long had marriage bond 10/28/1804 with Elizabeth Klinart.
2.9.    Jan 17,1787  Philip Craver to Devolt Mock 500 acres,  on Fry’s Creek, next Moravian line, witnessed by Jacob Clinehart.  (Note:  Devolt Mock married Phoebe Clinard,  Jacob’s sister)
2.10.    No date (13 Feb 1787 and 1 Mar 1787). Jacob Clinard 100 A on waters of Abbots Crk, adj Luke White, Edward Burk, and Anthony Hinkle.   Rowan County NC Vacant Land Entries by Richard A. Enochs Pt 225. 3106.
2.11.    Book 11, p 71.   1 Mar 1787. Jacob (I) Husley to Jacob Klinert for lb 50, 200 A on the dividing ridge of Reedy Crk and Swearing Crk adj land this Grantor purchased from John Randleman and Richard Robison. Wit Anthony Hinkle and a German wit. Prvd by Hinkle at Aug ct 1787.
2.12.    No Date,  Rowan County NC Vacant Land Entries,  Anthony Sharp 300 acres both sides Abbots Creek adj Jacob CLINARD and Wm Ledford,  including an Improvement formerly Jonathan Robey’s
2.12.    November 9, 1787.  Ordered that the following jury, viz: Frederick Miller, John Zanker, Jacob Mock, Devolt Mock, Henry Ribble, Jacob Clinehard, Henry Betnee, Philip Craver, Philip Fox, Adam Harmon, John Foc, and Edward Burk to layoff and continue the road to the nearest and best way from the Dan River Road leading by David Morrow’s, from the County to Long Ferry Road with John Zerker overseer of said road.  (Note:  Includes Jacob and three brothers-in-law)
2.13.    February 9, 1788,  Ordinary license granted to Jacob Clinehart, with George Hoover his bail. Ref: Rowan County NC, Quarter Sessions
2.14. P 464 2 Mar 1789 land sold from Wm Spurgon to Devolt Mock,  Jacob Klinart land adjoining, near Reedy and Swearing Creeks.
2.15.    December 2, 1791, Felix Clodfelter to John Clodfelter 146 acres witnessed by Jacob Clinehart.  Note:  Felix Clodfelter married Myers?
2.16.    December 22, 1791, John Clodfelter to Peter Clodfelter 30 acres witnessed by Jacob Clinehart.
2.17.    Book 13, p 200, 11 Dec 1792. Jacob Clinard to Michael Sower for lb 80, 200 A on dividing ridge of Reedy and Swearing Crks adj Richard Robison, sd land was conveyed by Jacob Husley to this Grantor. Wit Sion Daniel, Peter (O) Sower. Prvd by Sower at May Ct 1793
2.18.    Book 14, . P 262 or 361. 1 Oct 1794. Anthony Hinkle Jr. son of Peter Hinkle, decd to Jacob Klinert for lb 100, “an equal half of” 300 A on Brushey Fork of Abbotts Crk adj to the heirs of Charles Hinkle, crossing a small branch, on the Guilford Road, William Wear, Earhart Sicelove, George Nifong And Clodfelter.  Witness by ? Joshua Ferrington and Jacob Long and approved by the last named in February 1796.  (This is the land which the state granted to the said Anthony Hinkle Jr. and his brother Peter as heirs of deceased Peter Hinkle)
2.19.    Book — P 353. 9 Apr 1795. Jacob Kliner/Clinert to John Clodfelter for lb 15, 20 A on Brushey Fork. Which was the SE corner of land conveyed from Anthony Henkel to this grantor. Wit Jacob Long, Charles, Cha? Siseloff.  Proved by Long at February court 1796.
2.20.    Pg 77. 1301 p 455. 2 Ma 1796. Jacob Cliner Wit to sale of land by Devolt Mock
2.21.    Pg 166. 3268 p. 900. 29 apr 1797. George (+) Blaze to John Billing, doctor, for lb 150, lot #6[?] in East sq of Salisbury adj Main Street and lot #5, part of 159 A granted to Peter Whitaker on 19 Oct 1783. Wit Britain Jones Heymoore, Jacob Clenert. Ack at May Ct 1797.
2.22.    Book 15,  P 108 4 Apr 1797. Jacob Klinert (no wife signs) to Barney Long, both of Rowan County NC, for lb 25, 57 A on Brushy Fork of Abbotts Crk adj this Grantee and Arehart Sicelove. Being the N end of land conveyed by Anthony Hinkle and Peter Hinkle to this Grantor. Wit Frederick Miller, Henry Davis. Note: this is the northern end the land which said Clinart bought of Anthony and Peter Hinkle.   (note Jacob’s daughter Elizabeth married Arhart Siceloff)
2.23.    Book 15,  3 Apr 1797. Peter Hinkle to Jacob Klinart for lb 71, 300 A on Brushy Fork of Abbotts Crk crossing a small branch, and on both sides of the Guilford Road adj Charles Hinkle, Luke White,and Sicelove.  Witnessed by Frederick Miller and Henry Davis proved by the latter in August 1797 (the state allotted this to said Peter and his brother, Anthony Hinkle).  (Note: Frederick Miller married Catherine Clinard, Jacob’s sister).

•    Captain Harmon’s Company 1798        Clinard, Jacob        240 acres
(also Laurence Clinard, Frederick Miller, Jacob Mock, Phebe Mock, John Pegg, Arehart Sicelove, Joseph Spurgeon, Wm. Stanley (m. a Mock) , Anthony Hinkle, Livengood, Farrington, Nifong)

2.23.    February 19, 1798 Jacob Clinard and Phoebe Clinard Mock are executors of Dewalts Mock’s will.

2.24.    P 309. 5 May 1798. Bill of Sale Phillip (K) Clinart to his son Jacob Clinart for affection, a Negro boy named Frank about 10 yrs old Wit Sion Daniel, John Mock. Prvd by Daniel at Aug Ct 1798.
2.25.     June 10, 1799 ,  Leonard Heasley sells land to Wm Poer (?) next to Jacob Clinard, Michael Sowers, and John Livengood,  near Reedy Creek and Swearing Creek.
2.26.    From The Will of (Johann) Philip Clinard, North Carolina Rowan County 1802:  Now after my just and lawful debts is paid and the aforementioned distributions are made, the remainder after my wife’s death to be equally divided between my following children viz. Jacob Clinard, Phoebe Mock, Peter Clinard, Catherine Miller, Daniel & Henry Clinard. I likewise constitute make and ordain my son Jacob Clinard and my grandson John Mock the son of Devault Mock and Phoebe Mock his wife (or widow now) my executors of this will and test
2.27.    December 14, 1804,  Wm Poer sells land to George Johnston, next Jacob Clinert, near Reedy and Swearing Creeks.

•    Captain Harmon’s Company 1802-1804    Clinard, Jacob        206
(Lawrence Clinard, Phebe Clinard Mock and Frederick Miller also appear on the 1802 list.Others include Davis, John Lindsey, Paul Hinkle, Livengood, Eliz Osborn, Siceloff, Spurgeon, Weir)

•    Captain Clower’s (?) Company 1807    Clinard, Jacob  Sr.    206 acres
(Jacob Clinard, Jr. now appears on the 1807 list with Jacob Clinard, Sr.  Subtract 21 years and estimated birth is about 1786 or earlier.  Other family names list include Grimes, Myers, Henry Tice, D. Wier, Craver, Clodfelter, John Lindsay, Arehart Sicelove, William Stanley)

•    Captain Sappenfield’s Company 1809-10    (Jacob Sr. is not on list with Jacob Jr. as he was  in 1807.  Where is he??  These lists include Grimes, Livengood, Myers, Sowers, Sink, Caldclaugh))

2.26.    Deed Book 21 page 475, January 7th 1809 Jacob Klinart of Rowan  County NC, no wife signs, let’s Charles F. Baggie of Stokes county NC have 237 acres on Brushy Fork of Abbotts Creek next George Sprecker, Barney Long, Nifong and John Glatfelter, for $526 (this part of the 300 acres granted by the state Oct. 10 1783 to Anthony and Peter, two sons of deceased Peter Hinkle, see book nine page 496, which were deeded said Clinard on Oct. 1st 1794 by Anthony and on April 3rd 1797)
2.27.    Deed book 22, page 665, December 28, 1811.  Levin Charles Sr. to Levin Charles Jr. 43 acres on Brushy Fork of Abbotts Creek.  Witnessed by J. Wilson and J. Clenard.
2.28.    Deed Book 22, page 560, July 25 1812.  Daniel Waggoner to Peter Clodfelter 25 acres on Brushy Fork of Abbotts Creek.  Witnessed by Jacob Clenard.
2.29.    Deed book 22, page 868, July 23, 1813 Jacob Nifong to the Airhart Sicelove, 124.9 acres on west side of Brushy Fork adjacent George Long, Jacob Clodfelter, Adam Nifong, C. F. Bagge Esq., and Barney Long.  Witnessed John Perryman, J. Clenard, proved by Jacob Clenard 1813.   (Note: Airhart Sicelove married Elzabeth Clinard,  Jacob’s sister.  Also, according to a Brock researcher, George Perryman is supposed to have married Sally Clinard, another of Jacob’s sisters)
2.30.    1820,  Jacob Clinard, in Rowan County, North Carolina, listed as proprietor of corn and distilled whiskey producing 1 still, 20 tubs @ $50  Ref:  1820 Rowan County Manufacturing Schedule.  (This Jacob?)
On the following tax lists a Jacob Clinard appears on the same lists as Daniel Clinard Sr. and Daniel Clinard Jr., and does not have the designation of Jr. after his name.  On the 1815 list this Jacob Is Listed Next to Jacob Mock, who was the son of Anna Maria Clinard and Phillip Mock.  I believe future land transactions refer to him as “Jr.” because he was the younger Jacob in the area, not because he was the son of a Jacob.
•    Captain Wilborn’s Company 1813                    Clinard, Jacob    150 or 0?
(John Pegg is on this list, also Daniel Clinard Sr., Daniel Clinard Jr., Jacob Mock, Jeffrey Horney, Bodenhamer, Davis, Farabee, Eliz Hitchcock, Stephen Osborn, Joseph Spurgeon, Teague)

•    Captain Wilborn’s Company 1814            Clinard, Jacob    250 or 0?
•    Captain Wilbourn’s Company 1815        Clinard, Jacob

3.    JACOB CLINARD, Jr.
(son of Jacob Clinard, the son of Philip Kleinert, born 1781, died  1861 Fountain County, IN)

ROWAN COUNTY, NC

On the following tax lists, this Jacob Clinard Jr. is only listed next to Jacob Clinard Sr. in 1807, along with John Lindsay and Arehart Sicelove.   From 1809 through 1815 Jacob Clinard Sr. is not on these lists.  It looks like in 1809 Jacob Clinard Jr. lives in a different tax district.  (Perhaps because he married Christina Myers?  I believe they were married before 1812 as church records list a Christina Clinert at that time).  Other family names on the 1809 list include Grimes,  Christian and Peter Myers, Livengood, Sappenfield, and Valentine  Sowers.  These families all migrated to Parke County, IN in 1829 and early 1830’s.

•    Captain Clower’s (?) Company 1807        Clinard, Jacob  Jr.
Clinard, Jacob Sr.        206
•    Captain Sappenfield’s Company 1809        Clinard, Jacob  Jr.
•    Captain Sappenfield’s Company 1810-1815        Clinard, Jacob  Jr.

3.1.    Deed Book 22, page 786, March 19, 1810 Peter Myers to Valentine Sauer 29 1/2 acres on East side of Rich Fork of Abbotts Creek witnessed by J. Myers, J. Clenard, proved by Jacob Clinard 1813.   Note: Valentine Sowers married a Myers.  Peter Myers was either an uncle or cousin to Anna Christina Myers who married Jacob Clinard.
3.2.    Deed book 22, page 787 March 19, 1810 Peter Myers to Valentine Sauer 31 1/2 acres on west side of rich Fork of Abbotts Creek.  Witnessed by J. Clinard.  Proved by Jacob Clinard 1813.
3.3.    Book 25, page 826.  September 2, 1815:  Benjamin Smith sells Jacob Clinard, Jr. 150 acres on Abbotts Creek for $250, adjacent Ezikiel Brown, David Weir, and Robert Green.  Witness Ezikiel Brown, Mary Brown.  Proved by Ezikiel Brown at May court 1820.  Beginning at a post oak E. Brown’s corner, thence  running south the said E. Brown’s line 38 chains and 14 links to a stake, thence East with David Weir’s line 22 chains and 37 links to a Pine Bush, thence North four chains and 65 links to a post oak, thence East seven chains and 13 links to a stake, thence North 20 chains to a post oak, thence East 27 chains and 65 links to a post oak in Robert Green’s line and corner to the said D. Weir’s line, thence North 14 chains and 92 links to a black oak, and from thence 57 chains to the beginning.
3.4.    Deed Book 23, Oct. 13, 1815.  Solomon Bright of Rowan to Joab Worthington of Randolph County NC  100 acres on Riley Run Branch of Abbotts Creek adjacent Devolt Mock deceased (formerly), Jacob Clinard, Benjamin Ferrabee.
3.5.    Book 3, page 236 ,  November 2, 1821:  Jacob Clinard, Jr. sells 50 acres of land to William Roberts. Witness, Ezekiel Brown, Anderton Brown. Ref: Rowan County Deeds.  Land lying in the said County of Rowan on the Reedy Run, a branch of Abbotts Creek, beginning at a post oak, thence East with Jacob Worthington’s and Stephen Osborne’s line 32 chains and five links to a black oak, thence South with Robert Green’s line 15 chains and 60 links to a post oak, thence West with David Weir’s line and a dividing line in Jacob Clinard Jr.’s field to a stake, thence 15 chains and 60 links to the beginning.   (Note:  Henry Tice married Sarah Clinard, daughter of Daniel Clinard, Sr.)

DAVIDSON COUNTY, NC
3.6.    Deed dated Jan 15,1823.  Michael Myers to Jacob Myers third part of tract lying on Abbots Creek, willed to him by his father, Michael Myers, part where Jacob now lives,  part of 237 ¾ acres, witnessed by Jacob Myers and Jacob Clinard.
December 22, 1824, Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Session, ordered that Jacob Clinard act as overseer of the road from Abbotts Creek to brushy Fork and that the following hands work on said road to wit Daniel Clinard, Peter Mock, Jacob Clinard, William Hayworth, Barnett Wire, John Wire, Brooks Worthington, James Parsons, Jesse Green, Joseph Green, John Green, Benjamin Green, Jonathan Levengood, Solomon Gilliam, Jacob Tice, John Richards, Jesse Proctor, Benjamin Osborn, Charles Brown, Isaac Henderson, William Osborn and William Wear.
Which Jacob Clinard was that??
3.7.    Deed Book 3, page 28, May 19, 1825:  Jacob Clinard, Jr. buys 70 acres from Henry Tice for 200 dollars. Witness, Ezekiel Brown and Lydia Brown. Ref: Davidson County, North Carolina Deeds.  Land lying in said County on the waters of Rich Fork of Abbotts Creek, beginning at a stake, thence West with Robert Killian’s line 35 chains to a stake, thence South with the same and John Livengood’s line 20 chains to a stake, thence East with Joseph Murphy’s line 35 chains to a stake and from thence North to the beginning.   Research by Margarete Tise indicates Henry Tice lived next to Alexander Clinard, who married his daughter Mary Tice.  1830 census p 247 shows Tise next to Alexander Clinard. Henry had a son Jacob Tice.
3.7.    Deed Book 3, page 334, August 20, 1827:  Jacob Clinard, Jr. sells the 70-acre tract of land he bought on May 19, 1825 for 200 dollars to Joseph Murphey. Ref: Davidson County Deeds.
3.8.    Deed Book 5, page 321, March 2, 1828,  Sheriff William Kennedy seizes and auctions off 106 acres of land and allotments of Jacob Clinard, Jr. to satisfy debt owed to John Lindsey heirs,  land lying in said County on the waters of Abbotts Creek Beginning at a Post Oak, thence East with Farabee and Worthington’s line twenty five chains and twenty links to a Post Oak thence south fourteen Chains to a Stake thence East four Chains and fifty links to a Post Oak thence South with D. Wier’s line twenty Chains to a Stake thence with the same west Seven Chains and eighteen links to a Post Oak thence with the same South four Chains and fifty links to a line thence with the same West twenty two Chains and twenty five links to a Stake and from thence North thirty eight Chains and twenty links to the beginning
3.9.    From “Genealogy of Myers and Grimes Families” by Oscar Grimes 1969– “That group of the Myers and Grimes Family… came all the way from Davidson County, NC., to a community along Sugar Creek in the northeast part of Parke County and southeast Fountain County (Indiana).  The first group was made up of four men and their families: Jacob Myers, Daniel Myers, Jacob Clinert and Peter Fine….. left there in 1829 arriving in Howard Twp., Parke County,  Feb 15, 1830.  They were on the road during Christmas and New Years…. Within the next two or three years the Grimeses and others arrived and established homesteads”.   Some of the other families would include Livengood, Sappenfield, and  Sowers.

4.    PHILIP CLINARD
(son of Jacob Clinard, the son of Philip Kleinert, born 1791,  died 1846)

ROWAN COUNTY, NC

•    Captain Enoch’s Company 1813-14            Clinard, Philip
(other names on this list include Philip Mock, Jacob Mock, John Lindsey, Henkel, Jonas Enochs, Ezekiel Brown, Clodfelter, Farrington, Grimes, Nifong, Henry Tice)

Book 23, page 433.  August 19, 1815.  Daniel Clenard to Philip Clenard, son of Jacob, for $650, 100 acres on both sides of Abbotts Creek adjacent Henry Tice, Jacob Mock and Spurgeon’s Run.  It was part of the Homestead were this grantor lived.  Witness to Britain J Heymoore, Henry Tice.  Acknowledged at August court 1815.  (Note: Daniel Clinard’s dtr Sarah married Henry Tice.   Daniel and Philip Clinard were brother-in-laws to Jacob Mock)

4.1.    Book 27, page 332, March 25, 1822, Charles Lanier, no wife signs, lets Philip Clinard, both of Rowan county NC, have 63 1/2 acres on Abbotts Creek next said Clinard and ??  Ross, for $200, witnessed by Lydia Brown and E. Brown and proved by the latter in November 1822.  Beginning at a Pine, thence East with the same Philip Clinard’s line twenty one chains to a stake, thence South 31 chains and 80 links to a Pine, thence West on Ross old line 18 chains to a post oak and from thence North with Henry Tice’s line to the beginning.

DAVIDSON COUNTY, NC

4.2.    December 22, 1824, Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Session,  ordered that Philip Clinard act as overseer of the road from William Spurgeon’s old place to Isaac Masons and that the following hands work on said road to wit Philip Clinard, Steven Osborne, Jessie Jones, Aquillah Jones, Philip Sink, William Jones, Aaron Davis, Daniel Osborne, Joseph Bolden, Hedgecock, Daniel Owens, George mock and Jacob Brummel one hand.

Ordered that John Hayworth act as overseer of the new road laid off from the Greensboro Road west of Jacob Brummel’s to the Guilford line, from said Fork to its Davis’ field, and that the following hands work on said road to wit Samuel Cecil, Philip Clinard, Henry Tice, William Spurgeon, Jacob mock, Samuel lowe, John Chadwick, Alfred and Ensley Hayworth, William Wellborn, Thomas Sawyer, Newell Sapp, Riley Payne, John Payne, Samuel Craven, Solomon Charles, Col. Mose Wellborn, James Parke, John Spurgeon, Henry Sapp, Brummel Sapp, Ephraim Bratain, Eli Moore and Nathan Moore.

•    Captain Spurgeon’s Company 1828-29    Clinard, Philip    163 acres

4.2.    Deed Book 4, page 223, 1829.  Philip Sink sells Philip Clinard  163 acres  (Note: Philip Clinard married Mary Sink).  Tract of land lying in said County on both sides of Abbotts Creek beginning at a stake in Jacob Mock’s line, thence with the same East Nine chains and 38 links to a white oak, thence with the same South 63 degrees east 32 chains and 83 links to an old stump, thence South 16 chains and 30 links to a hickory, thence East Crossing said Creek, 13 chains and 90 links to a stake in Philip Mocks line, thence South with the same twenty four chains and 39 links to an old pine stump, thence West with Cecil’s line 41 chains and 16 links to a stake in the bent of the Creek County the said Clinard’s corner, thence with his line North twenty degrees west 11 chains to a dead black oak, thence North thirty degrees east 32 chains and fifty links to a Stone, thence North 65 degrees west eight chains to a poplar, thence North 51 degrees west two chains and 40 links to a stone, thence North seventy five degrees west five chains and fifty links to an elm, thence North 60 degrees west Crossing Spurgeon’s run, 88 chains to a stake, thence North five degrees west six chains and 88 links to the beginning.   (This is the land Daniel Clinard, Sr. sold to Philip Sink)

•    Captain Swaim’s Company 1830                Clinard, Philip    326
•    Captain Orvill’s Company 1831                 Clinard, Philip    326
•    Captain Brown’s Company (Abbotts Creek) 1832         Clinard, Philip    326 acres
•    Captain Brown’s Company 1833-34                Clinard, Philip    50 acres  (Jr.??)
•    Captain Brown’s Company 1835                Clinard, Philip     326 acres
Clinard, Philip, Jr.
4.3.    Deed Book 5  p 343, 1835,  Samuel Cecil sells Philip Clinard 44 acres.  Beginning at a Black Oak in said Clinard’s line(?) thence south 44 drgrees west eight chains and 65 links to a post Oak, thence south(?) 21 degrees west 8 chains and 50 links to a stake,  thence south 83 degrees west 7chains and 50 links to a stake, thence south 45 degrees  west 7 chains and 75 links to a Dogwood, then south 83 degrees west 6 chains and 50 links to a White Oak, thence north 23 degrees and 62 links to a stake, thence east to the beginning.

•    Captain Bodenhamers Company 1836            Clinard, Philip    370 acres
Clinard, Philip, Jr.
•    Captain Veach’s Company 1837                Clinard, Philip     120 acres
•    Captain Bodenhamers Company 1838-40            Clinard, Philip    370 acres

4.4.    Deed Book 6, page 332, 1838.  John W Thomas to Philip Clinard  120 acres, on the waters of rich fork adjoining Joseph Murphey and others.  Beginning at a Post Oak formerly Jacob Ross corner in Susannah Ross line, running South 34 chains to a hickory bush, thence East 35 chains and 75 links to a ????, thence North 34 chains to a ??  Thomas Iiams corner thence West to the beginning.  (NOTE:  Philip Clinard, Jr. married Mary Ijams, the dtr of Thomas Iiams)
•    Captain Veach’s Company 1838                Clinard, Philip Sr. 120 acres
Clinard, Philip

4.5.    Deed Book 7, page 96, March 30, 1839.  Philip Clinard Sr. to Philip Clinard, Jr. 120 acres
•    Captain Veach’s Company 1839-47            Clinard, Philip     150 acres

4.6.    Deed Book , page , November 1846.  Heirs at law of Philip Clinard  who died intestate,  file petition to sell land,  except widow’s dower.  John Spurgeon purchases 144 acres.  Beginning at a stone at the cross-claim thence South 35 degrees west 15.5 chains to a Stone, thence South 27 degrees east 1.0 chains to a Stone, thence South 21 degrees west 38.4 chains to a stake thence West 8.0 chains to a Pine thence South 25.75 chains to a stake, thence East 17.75 chains to a stake in Richard Iiams line, thence North 7.6 chains to a white oak, thence South 78 degrees east 6.4 chains to a dogwood, thence North 41 degrees east 8.0 chains to a stake, thence North 80 degrees east 7.0 chains to a stake, thence North twenty degrees east 8.4 chains to a post oak, thence North 47 degrees east 8.5 chains to a stake thence East 10.75 chains to a stone at the fork of the roads, thence North 24.2 chains to a stake, thence West 14.25 chains to a hickory near the Creek, thence North 16.0 chains to a Stone fence North 60 to degrees west 17.5 chains to the beginning.  (I believe a dower was 1/3 of the estate?)

5.    PHILIP CLINARD, JR
(son of Philip Clinard, the son of Jacob Clinard?, born 1812, died 1882, married Iiams)

DAVIDSON COUNTY, NC

5.1.    Deed Book 5, page 343, 1835.  Samuel Cecil sells Philip Clinard  44 acres off the “Big Road”

•    Captain Brown’s Company 1835            Clinard, Philip, Jr.
•    Captain Bodenhamers Company 1836        Clinard, Philip, Jr.
•    Captain Veach’s Company 1838            Clinard, Philip

5.2.    Deed Book 7, page 96, 1839.  Philip Clinard Sr. to Philip Clinard, Jr. 120 acres

5.3.    Deed Book 10, page 184, 1846.  Samuel Stout to Philip Clinard mtg on 103 acres

5.4.    Deed Book 11, page 220, 1847.  Andrew Cecil to Philip Clinard 50 acres…  situated and lying in said County and state aforesaid on the waters of Rich Fork on each side the Cucumber Road ( I believe this is Hwy 109) beginning at a small black gum in Murphy’s line thence North 19 chains and 10 links to a hickory then East 36 chains and twenty five links to a stake thence South 13 chains and 80 links to a stake, thence West thirty chains and 40 links to a stone, thence South 45 degrees west eight chains and 32 links to beginning.

6.    PETER CLINARD, Sr.
(son of Philip Kleinert, born estimated 1763)

ROWAN COUNTY, NC
6.1.    January 24, 1777, Philip Mock sells Peter Clinard 110 acres.  John Munro  (Note: Philip Mock married Daniel’s sister,  Anna Maria)
6.2.    Deed Book 10:288 15 May 1784. Philip (FK) Clinert and Caty Clinart to Peter Clinert for lb 100, 216 A on both sides of Abbotts Crk, part of tract Phillip bought from Thomas Buise adj. Philip Mock and Jacob Brummel. Cathe (X) Clinert also signs. James Davis, Henry Davis, John Ledford, Dewalt Mock . Prvd Aug Court 1785 by Devolt Mock.  (This is part of the land which said Philip Clinard bought of Thomas Buis).  Peter later sells this to Philip Mock.
6.3.    September 18,1783,   Peter Clinard marries Sophie Sossaman
•    Captain Davis’ District 1784 tax list        Clinert, Peter    216 acres    Abbits Creek              (another copy of this list states Peter had 700 acres on Rich Fork, and Philip Clinert had 216 acres on Abbits Creek. Also George Grimes, Philip Mock, Devault Mock, Frederick Miller, Davis,  Motsinger, Jones, Hitchcock )
6.4.    August 6, 1784, Inferior Court minutes, page 385.  On petition, ordered that the following persons, laid off a road the nearest and best way from Salem by Cornelius Snyders, Devolt Mocks, William Ledford to the Rowan line, to join a road leading through Randolph County to Crosscreek, and make report viz: Devolt Mock, Cornelius Snyder, William Ledford, Abram McMurray, Henry Hoover, John Fox, Felix Motsinger, Alexander Rosenbaum, Jacob Motsinger, Adam Harmon, Peter Clinehart, Phillip Mock, and that Abram McMurray and William Ledford be overseers of the road with the hands adjacent on each side thereof.
6.4.    Pg 21. 522 p 387. 9 Aug 1787 land bought by Phillip Mock adj to Peter Kliner, Basel Billinglsey and Phillip _’s land.
6.5.    August 4, 1788,  John Grove, asee. vs Peter Clinehart #14.    lb 15-18-0,  Ref: Rowan County NC, Court Quarter Sessions
6.6.    Book 11,. P 750 5 May 1789. Peter Clinart (signed in German and no wife signs) to Jacob Brumel Jr. for seven pounds and ten shillings, 5 ¼ A on Abbotts Crk adj this grantor and this Grantee, on the west side of a large branch next said Brummel and said Clinard, crossing the branch and down it to the mouth of a small branch emptying into a larger one, then up a small branch, part of which Peter Klinert bought from his father Phillip Kliner. (10:288). Cathey © Clinert also made her mark. Wit John Grove, Jno Monrow. Prvd by Grove at Aug 8 1789.  (The said Peter bought this of his father Phillip Clinard).  It begins on the west side of large branch where the line of said Brummel and clinart Cross said branch, going down the said branch 35 rods to the mouth of the branch, which empties into a large branch, up a small branch 50 rods to wear their lines cross it, then east with the said line to the beginning.
6.7.    November 6, 1789,  John Steele (Mason) vs Peter Clinehart #252 lb 20-0-0, and                                November 6, 1789,  John Steele (Mason) vs Peter Clinehart #253 lb 20-0-0, Ref: Rowan County NC, Court Quarter Sessions
6.8.    May 11, 1792, Inferior Court minutes.  Ordered that James Wellborn, William Wellborn, Isaac Wellborn, Gideon Wellborn, George Idol, Hugh Robison, Archie Johnson, Phillip Mock, Michael Idol, Joseph Moore, Peter Clinehart, And Daniel Clinehart be summoned as a jury to layoff a road from the Fork’s of Guilford and Dan River Road to the new Guilford Road to cross Abbots Creek at Philip Mocks.  Phillip Mock to be overseer thereof.
6.9.    Book 12, p 740, 26 Jul 1792. Peter Clinert (Sophie also) to Philip Mock for lb 250 hard money, 216 A on both sides of Abbotts Crk adj this Grantee and Jacob Brumel. Being land conveyed from Phillip Clinert to his son, this Grantor, and including a lane 2 rods wide to be kept open. Wit Jno Morrow, W. D Bodenhamer, Michael Idle, and proved by John Munro August 1792.  (This is part of the tract which said Peter bought of his father Phillip Clinard)
6.10.    March 23, 1802, The will of Philip Clinard is recorded in Rowan County….  Now after my just and lawful debts is paid and the aforementioned distributions are made, the remainder after my wife’s death to be equally divided between my following children viz. Jacob Clinard, Phoebe Mock, Peter Clinard, Catherine Miller, Daniel & Henry Clinard.
6.11.    Book 19, 349, 25 Apr 1804. Peter (X) Clinart to Frederic Miller Esq for $50, all of his legacy left by Philip Clinart, deceased, to his wife during her lifetime. They were the parents of this Grantor. Also conveyed was all other legacy left directly to this Grantor by his father. Wit. Jno Monroe, Andrew Caldclough.. Prve by Caldclough at Aug Ct 1805.  NOTE:  Peter’s sister Catherine married Frederick Miller       Caldclaugh-see Jacob Clinard 1785

IREDELL COUNTY, NC

From the book “Sossamon and Sossamon Coast to Coast”, by James Sossamon 1986,  “Peter and Sophia migrated to Iredell County with her brother Daniel and the Lippards.  Peter bought 250 acres of land from the same person Daniel Sossamon purchased his in 1797.  We think the property adjoined that of Daniel.”   “The will of Peter Clinard can be found in Book E, page 14 Cabarrus County, no probate date.  Sophia was still living when her mother made her will in 1824.”
6.12.    Book I, page 296, minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, August 23rd, 1797.  Samuel Long sells to Peter Clynart  250 acres.  July 1 1797.  Proved by Alex Wilson.  Also, in Deed Book B page 749.
6.13.    Deed Book C, page 487.  August 21, 1798. Henry Morris Esq., Sheriff of Iredell County,  sells the 250 acres Peter Clinart bought from Jacob Long, Sr. to the highest bidder to pay a debt of 41 pounds and 17 shillings and one penny, owed by Peter Clinart.
6.14.    Book I, page 352, November 20, 1798, minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Peter Clynart vs. Christopher Erwin.  The verdict that the defendant is not guilty.

CABARRUS COUNTY, NC

6.15.    Cabarrus County Will Abstracts, page 375, March 15, 1824.  Proved January 18, 1830.  Elizabeth Lippard (Lippert).  Children: Daniel Sossamon, Jacob Sossamon, daughter Mary Meisenheimer, Henry Sossamon, Catherine, Sophia.  Others: Son-in-law John Meisenheimer, son-in-law Peter Clinard, heirs of John Sossamon, heirs of daughter Elizabeth, George Fisher.

DAVIDSON COUNTY, NC

•    Captain Spurgeon’s Company 1828            Clinard, Peter    31 acres

7.    PETER CLINARD, Jr.
(son of Peter Clinard, Sr., born 1784-1794,  died 1824)

DAVIDSON COUNTY, NC

7.1.    Deed Book 3, page 203, January 15th, 1827,  50 acres of the heirs of  Peter Clinard  (Jr.??), deceased, are seized and sold to Adam Nifong to pay debt owed to Benjamin Farabee.   Situated and bounded as follows: on the waters of Abbotts Creek beginning at a post oak the corner of a piece of land which Joseph Jones sold to John Long, thence South 45 degrees west 19 chains to a black oak, thence South 54 degrees east 16 chains to a white oak, thence east 15 chains and 19 links to a stake thence North 25 chains to a stake in Ruben Mason’s line, thence west 15 chains and 40 links to the beginning.

7.2.    Heirs listed as………

8.    JOHN CLINARD
(son of Peter Clinard. Sr., born ??,  died 1827 in GA)

MORGAN COUNTY, GA

DAVIDSON  COUNTY, NC

Davidson Co Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions May Term A.D. 1830. “Georgia Morgan County, Received 24th May 1830 of H.F. Goss, adm. of the estate of John Clinard deceased late of Morgan County, Georgia, Sixty nine dollars and 9 cents in full of Peter Clinard distribututive (sic?) portion or share of the estate of said deceased which
the said Peter Clinard is entitled to from his being the father of the said John Clinard, dec, and his being entitled to an equal share with the Brothers and Sisters of the said deceased.”

9.    DANIEL CLINARD, Sr.
(son of Philip Kleinert, born 1761,  died 1844)

ROWAN COUNTY, NC
9.1.    November 8, 1788,  Daniel Clinard, son of Philip Kleinert, marries Mary Hinkle; bondsman George Hoover. Ref: Rowan County Marriages 1753 – 1868, page 79
9.2.    May 11, 1792, Inferior Court minutes.  Ordered that James Wellborn, William Wellborn, Isaac Wellborn, Gideon Wellborn, George Idol, Hugh Robison, Archie Johnson, Phillip Mock, Michael Idol, Joseph Moore, Peter Clinehart, And Daniel Clinehart be summoned as a jury to layoff a road from the Fork’s of Guilford and Dan River Road to the new Guilford Road to cross Abbots Creek at Philip Mocks.  Phillip Mock to be overseer thereof.
9.3.    Pg 123. 2509.  899, 2 Jan 1795. Randel Daniel and Buckner Daniel to Wintle Hinkle for lb 150, a Negro boy named Johnston about the age of 18 year. Wit Nathan Hinkle, Daniel (X) Clinard (a German signature), Phill Mock. Prvd by Mock at May Ct 1795.
9.4.    Pg 142. 2825. P 329. 14 Dec 1795. William Ledford to William Dills of Wythe Co, VA for lb 20, 34 A on Abbotts Crk adj John Anderson, the road that leads from Devolt Mocks to Daniel Clinards, Stephen Osborn and Daniel Clinard; part of a state grant to this Grantor. Wit William Smith, Jacob Brummel. Prvy by Brummel at Feb Ct 1796.  Is there a connection with Henry Clinard who went to Wythe County?
9.5.    Pg 943. P 36 31 Oct 1798. William Dills of With (Wythe) Co, VA to John Anderson of Rowan for lb 25, 34 A on Abbotts Crk adj this Grantee, the road that leads from Widow Mocks to Daniel Clinards, Stephen Osburn, Phillip Mock and Daniel Clinard. It was part of the land conveyed from William Ledford to this Grantor.
9.6.    Pg 105. 1774. P 183. 6 Nov 1801.  Bill of Sale. Phillip (PK) Clinard to his son Daniel Clinard for $275 silver, a negro boy named Jim. Wit Phillip Craver, Ezekiel Brown. Prvd by Brown and May Ct 1802.

9.7. From The Will of (Johann) Philip Clinard,  North CarolinaRowan County 1802:
I give and bequeath to my son Daniel Clinard all my lands, messuages & tenements, by him freely to be possessed and enjoyed, with this exception viz: that it shall not be in his power to sell or convey it until his youngest daughter shall come of age (to wit Phoebe)….. Also I give to my son Daniel Clinard one hundred dollars to be raised out of my movable estate after my wife’s decease….  the remainder after my wife’s death to be equally divided between my following children viz. Jacob Clinard, Phoebe Mock, Peter Clinard, Catherine Miller, Daniel & Henry Clinard.

•    Captain ?????’s Company 1802        Clinard, Daniel    235 acres
(Daniel is listed on this tax list right next to Philip Mock and John Pegg.  Phillip Mock married Anna Maria     Clinard.  John Pegg married Margaret Davis. Also John Pegg,  Philip Mock, Ezekiel Brown, Stephen Osborn, Weir, Killian, Joseph Spurgeon, Elisha Hitchcock Jeffrey Horney, Weir, Bodenhamer )

•    Captain Wilborn’s Company 1803        Clinard, Daniel    235
(other names on this tax list included Stephen Osborn, Wellborn, Davis, Weir, Spurgeon.  Daniel is listed next to his  nephew Peter Mock, the son of Phebe Clinard Mock)

•    Captain Wilborn’s Company 1806        Clinard, Daniel    235
(Also John Pegg,  Philip Mock, Ezekiel Bown, Stephen Osborn, Weir, Killian, Joseph Spurgeon, Elisha Hitchcock Jeffrey Horney, Weir, Bodenhaemr).

9.8.    Book 3, page 142, March 26, 1807, Jacob Brummel To Daniel Clinard for $100 hard specie, 50 acres on Abbotts Creek adjacent Mock, Mary Smith, and Stephen Osborn.  It was the South end of a state grant to Joseph Jones.  Witness Thomas Newcomb, Margaret Brummel.  Acknowledged at May court 1814.  Beginning at the unknown North with mocks line 16 chains and 14 links to a stake, thence East 31 chains to a stake in the old line thence South 16 chains and 14 links to a post oak South East original corner unknown old lot and thence west with the old line to the beginning.
9.9.    Book 21, page 806, November 24, 1807, state grant #2913 to Daniel Clinard at 50 shillings per 100 acres, 48 acres on both sides of Abbotts Creek beginning at a pine stump Philip Mocks Corner running thence west with Philip Cecil’s line and John Wayman’s 59 chains and 11 links to a pine in Tise’s line and thence North with the same eight chains and 13 links to a stake in the same thence east 59 chains and 11 links to a stake thence South to beginning. Entered November 6, 1806.  On the 1810 census Daniel Clinard Sr is next to Philip Mock.  Peter Sr is next to Daniel Jr.   John Pegg is about five households away.

•    Captain Davis’ Company 1809,1810    Clinard, Daniel    263 acres                    (Daniel Jr. appears on this 1809 list. The 1811 list states Jr.  Also John Pegg,  Philip Mock Sr., Philip Mock Jr,, Stephen Osborn, Joseph Spurgeon, Elisha Hitchcock, Philip Horney, Bodenhamer, Davis, Shields, Teague, Welborn)

•    Captain Wilborn’s Company 1811-15    Clinard, Daniel    263 acres
{Also on these lists are Pegg, Mock, Davis.  In 1813 a Jacob Clinard appears and in 1815 is listed next to Jacob Mock, the son of  Anna Maria Clinard Mock and Philip Mock. (Who is he? Jacob Clinard, Jr., the son of Jacob who was the son of Philip Kleinert, is on another tax list with the Grimes and Myers families)  In 1803 this Jacob Mock was listed next to Daniel Clinard.  Regarding this Jacob, subtract 21 years from 1813 and this Jacob Clinard may have been born about 1792 or earlier. On the 1815 tax list Charles Clinard and Philip Clinard appear.  I believe Charles was the son of Peter Clinard, Sr., and Philip was the son of Jacob Clinard}

9.10.    Deed 23 page 341, Sept. 17, 1811 Charles Colette of Randolph County North Carolina to Jacob Brummel 58 acres on the ridge between Rich Fork and Abbotts Creek adjacent Daniel Clinard, Ross, and Tice.

9.11.  Book 23, page 433.  August 19, 1815.  Daniel Clenard to Philip Clenard, son of Jacob, for $650, 100 acres on both sides of Abbotts Creek adjacent Henry Tice, Jacob Mock and Spurgeon’s Run.  It was part of the Homestead where this grantor lived.  Witness to Britain J Heymoore, Henry Tice.  Acknowledged at August court 1815.  (note:  Henry Tice married Daniel Clinard Sr.’s daughter,  Sarah Clinard).  Beginning at a pine the Southwest? Corner of the said tract on the South side of Abbotts Creek, thence running North bearing five degrees west with Henry Tice’s line 44 chains and 14 links to a stake Jacob mocks corner, thence running East with his line nine chains and 70 links to a stake in the same, thence by a new dividing line South bearing East five degrees six chains and 88 links to a stake, thence South 60 degrees east 88 chains to and Elm in the east bank of Spurgeon’s run, then running South 79 degrees east crossing the center of the spring five chains and 50 links to a stone on the east bank of the said spring, thence South 51 degrees east to chains and 40 links to a poplar at the garden corner, then running with the same apart? South 65 degrees east eight chains to a stone, and thence South 30 degrees west 30? chains and 50 links to a dead black oak in the field, thence South 20 degrees east seven chains to a stake in the old east and west lines thence ????  Seventy chains (17?) and 95 links to the beginning.

9.12. Book 23, page 944, Jan. 21, 1817, Daniel Clinard, no wife signs, lets Phillip Sink, Jr., both of Rowan county NC, have 163 acres on both sides of Abbotts Creek, next Phillip Clinard, Mock, crossing said Creek, Philip Mock, Cecil, in a field, at the corner of a garden on the east bank of a spring and east side of Spurgeon’s Run, for $1000, witnessed by Joseph Stone and Phillip Clinard and proved by the latter in February 1817. (Note:  Philip Clinard married Phillip Sink’s sister, Mary Sink).   Beginning a stake Philip Clinard’s unknown in Jacob Mocks line, thence running with mocks line east Nine chains and 38 links to a white oak his corner, thence with his line South 63 degrees east 32 chains and 83 links to an old stump, thence South 16 chains and 30 links to an to a Hickory on the west side of the said Creek, thence East crossing the Creek 13 chains and 90 links to stake in Philip Mocks line, thence with the same South 25 chains and 39 links said ????  pine stump near the great road, thence with Cecil’s line west 41 chains and 16 links to a stake in the bent of the Creek in the old line and Philip Clinard’s corner, thence with his line unknown North 20 degrees west 11 chains to a dead black oak in the field, thence North 30 degrees east 30 chains and 50 links to a Stone, thence North 60 degrees west eight chains the poplar of a garden corner, thence North 51 degrees west two chains and 40 links to a Stone on the east bank of the spring, thence North 45 degrees west crossing the center of the spring five chains and 50 links to an elm tree on the east side of Spurgeon’s run, thence crossing the same North 60 degrees west eight chains to a stake, thence North bearing west five degrees six chains and 88 links to the beginning.      (Philip Sink later sells this land to Philip Clinard)

9.14.    September 7, 1821, Benjamin Osborn to Stephen Osborn, Jr. 48 acres bounded by lands of Stephen Osborn, Jr., Stephen Osborn, Sr., Daniel Clinard, Mary Smith.  It being part of land conveyed to Stephen, Jr. and Benjamin Osborn by Mary Smith in 1815.  Witness Lloyd Evans, Jesse Osborn, Stephen Osborn, Sr.
9.15.    October 11, 1823, Absalom Williams to Benjamin Osborn.  On waters of Abbotts Creek.  Daniel Clinard’s line, Jonathan Jones line.  18 1/2 acres.  Witness Stephen Osborn Jr
9.16  December 22, 1824, Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Session, ordered that the Jacob Clinard act as overseer of the road from Abbotts Creek to brushy Fork and that the following hands work on said road to wit Daniel Clinard, Peter mock, Jacob Clinard, William Hayworth, Barnett Wire, John Wire, Brooks Worthington, James Parsons, Jesse Green, Joseph Green, John Green, Benjamin Green, Jonathan Levengood, Solomon Gilliam, Jacob Tice, John Richards, Jesse Proctor, Benjamin Osborn, Charles Brown, Isaac Henderson, William Osborn and William Wear.

DAVIDSON COUNTY, NC

•    Captain Weir’s Company 1828            Clinard, Daniel        37 acres
•    Various Tax Lists 1833 through 1844        Clinard, Daniel Sr    38 acres
•    Various Tax Lists 1845 through 1847        Clinard, Daniel Sr    HEIRS    38 acres

(Note: per Davidson County North Carolina Census 1850, page 223:  As Daniel apparently died in 1844,  Mary Hinkle Clinard age 82, his wife, is now living with her daughter Sarah Clinard Tice and her son-in-law Henry Tise)

CABARRUS COUNTY, NC

9.13.    July 1824 Cabarrus Pleas and Quarters Sessions,  Daniel Clinard ordered by court to attend as Judge at Concord at the election grounds, to hold the election for representatives in the Houses of Senate and Commons of next General Assembly.  (Was this referring to this Daniel or another??)

10.    DANIEL CLINARD, Jr
(son of Daniel Clinard, Sr.,  born est. 1784,  died 1850-1860

ROWAN COUNTY, NC

•    Captain Davis’ Company 1809-10        Clinard, Daniel        50 acres
•    Captain Wilborn’s Company 1811-15    Clinard, Daniel  Jr.    50
(The 1813 list included Jacob Clinard (see Jacob #10).  Other names on this tax list included John Pegg, Phillip Mock, Davis)

10.1.    Book 25 page 854 or 864, Feb. 16th 1820, Jonathan Jones, no wife signs, let’s Daniel Clinard Jr. have 18 acres on Abbotts Creek next Mary Smith, Daniel Clinard, and the lot of Samuel Wellborn, for $60, witnessed by Elizabeth Brown and E. Brown and proved by the latter in May 1820.  Beginning at a stake in Mary Smith’s line, thence South 12 chains to a stake, the said Daniel Clinard’s corner, thence west with the same 15 chains to a stake, thence North with Samuel Wellborn’s lot 12 chains to a stake and from thence east to the beginning.  Note: Samuel Welborn was the son of Prudence Davis and married Katherine Clinard.  Daniel Jr. had a dtr named Prudence.
•    Captain Spurgen’s Company 1828            Clinard, Daniel        68 acres
•    Captain Spurgen’s Company 1829            Clinard, Daniel
•    Captain Swaim’s Company     1830            Clinard, Daniel

10.    JACOB CLINARD
(Son of  Daniel Clinard Sr???,  born 1792 or before per tax lists and census records)

December 22, 1824, Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Session, ordered that Jacob Clinard act as overseer of the road from Abbotts Creek to brushy Fork and that the following hands work on said road to wit Daniel Clinard, Peter Mock, Jacob Clinard, William Hayworth, Barnett Wire, John Wire, Brooks Worthington, James Parsons, Jesse Green, Joseph Green, John Green, Benjamin Green, Jonathan Levengood, Solomon Gilliam, Jacob Tice, John Richards, Jesse Proctor, Benjamin Osborn, Charles Brown, Isaac Henderson, William Osborn and William Wear.

11.    LAWRENCE CLINARD
(son of Philip Kleinert, born 1769)

ROWAN COUNTY
11.1.    February 24, 1789   Lawrence Clinard marries Rosina Miller at Salem Tavern,  in Salem, Rowan County, NC.
11.2.    Book 13, p 462. 27 Nov 1792. State Grant #2125 @ 50 shillings per 100 A to Laurance Klinert, 185 A on Brushy Fork of Abbotts Crk, adj Frederick Marshall, George Hoover, Moses Perkins and John Lidaker. Beginning on the line of Frederick Marshall at a post oak and going with the line of George Hooser South, crossing a branch, 58 chains to a black oak on the corner of Moses Perkins, west with the line of Perkins 32 chains to a black oak on the line of John Lideker, North with the said line 58 chains to the line of said Marshall then east with the said line, crossing a branch, to the beginning.
11.2.    Book 13 page 463, Nov. 27, 1792 : State Grant #2152 @ lb 10 per 100 A to Lawrance Klinert, 270 A on Brushy Fork of Abbotts Crk adj Luke White, Burk, John Ledeker, George Hoover, crossing a branch, and William Scolds.  Beginning on the corner of the lot surveyed for Luke White at a post oak and going west 21 chains and 50 links to a black oak on the line of Burk, North with the said line 81 chains to a stake on the corner of the said Burke West with the line of Burk 19 chains and 50 links to Hickory on the corner of John Lideker, North with the Line of Said Lideker seventeen chains to a black oak, East 32 chains to a black oak On the Corner of George Hoover, South with the said line 11 chains and 15 links, crossing a branch, To a Post on the Corner of Said Hoover, east with the line of the said Hoover seventeen chains and 70 links to a post oak on the corner of William Scoles, South 35 chains to a post oak, East five chains and 20 links to a black oak, South 14 chains to a post oak on the line of the said White, west 10 chains to a post oak on the corner of the said White, than South with the line of the said White 37 chains to the beginning.
11.3.    Deed book 22, Dec. 5, 1795.  Frederick Miller Esq. to Alexander Cook 150 acres in adjacent Isaac Wilborn, Phillip Fox, Henry Lowry, and the Wachovia line.  Witness Lawrence Clinard and Stephen Osborn.
11.4.    Pg 169-170. 2880 p 233 (numbered 235 in deed book) 7 Feb 1797. Laurence wit to deed signed by Trevolt Mock and Phebe Mock to Christopher Edinger/Adinger.
11.5.    426. P 111. 10 Aug 1797. Bill of Sale. Phillip Clinart/Clinard to his son Laurance Clinard as a gift, a Negro man about 17 yrs old. Wit Daniel (D) Clinard, (a German signatre). Prvd by John Cravn at Feb Ct 1798.
•    Captain Harmon’s Co.,  1798 tax list:    Clinard, Laurence     275 acres
(also Jacob Clinard, Frederick Miller, Jacob Mock, Phebe Mock, John Pegg, Arehart Sicelove, Joseph Spurgeon, Wm. Stanley, Anthony Hinkle, Livengood, Farrington, Nifong)
11.6.    Book 17, page 446, 3 Jun 1800 Laurence Clinard, no wife signs, to John Heans of  Stokes Co, NC for 114 silver dollars, 125 A on Brushy Fork (being the northern part of the state Grant of 185 acres to the said Clinart) adj William Marshall, this Grantee formerly George Hooper and John Lidaker. Wit Jacob Houck, Henry Davis Mose Perkins.
•    Captain Harmon’s Company 1802    Clinard, Lawrence        233acres

11.7.    From The Will of (Johann) Philip Clinard, North Carolina Rowan County 1802: ….Likewise I give to Lawrence Clinard, my son, five shillings as his full share.

ROBERTSON COUNTY, TN

From “History of Robertson County, Tennessee”, “At the beginning of the present century (1800), a colony of Germans from North Carolina, among whom were the Fishers, Binkleys, Stoltzes, Fykes, Gigers, Kogers, Clinards, and some of the Freys, came to the county and settled on Carr’s Creek and vicinity. After the removal of the Indians from this part of the state, the settlement went on very rapidly, and in 1812 there were 852 able-bodied men in the county divided into 15 militia companies.”

11.8.    Robertson County TN, April 1807.  Order Lawrence Clinard, Peter Hinkle, Anthony Hinkle and Henry Fry added to hands of Matthew Morris, overseer of road order William Blizzard and Thomas Martin added to hands of Alan Parker overseer of road.  (Note:  Lawrence’s brothers Jacob and Daniel Clinard married Katherine Deck Hinkle and Mary Hinkle)   Also see Jacob Clinard transactions 2.3, 2.17, 2.21, 2.22, 2.25)

11.9.    Book H, page 296,  Sept. 10, 1810,  Robertson Co., TN,    M. Brooks to Lawrence Clinard,  166 acres on Carr’s Creek for $125.00

11.10.    Book L, page 47,  4/25/1815,   Lawrence Clinard sold to Wm Crockett tract of land in Robertson Co., TN for $550.00 on Carr’s Creek, 166 acres next to Peter Kiger’s line.

11.11.    Book L, page 75, 4/26/1815,   Lawrence Clinard leaves to Lewis Clinard, his son, all land he possessed for $1.00, also all personal property, consisting of negroes, horses, etc.  Will presented in Court and ack. 2/13/1815

11.12.    Book V, page 16,  1830 Lawrence Clinard sells to Andrew Clinard for $50.00, 50 acres in Abednygoes fork of Sycamore creek, Rawls line crossing road from Springfield to Nashville. (near Carr’s Creek)

12.    HENRY CLINARD
(son of Philip Kleinert, born 1765-1769)

VIRGINIA

12.1.    February 26, 1790 Henry Clinard marries  Mary Rosenbaum Hinkle in Wythe Co, VA

•    Wythe County, VA Personal Property Tax List A,   1800        Clynard, Henry

12.2.    From The Will of (Johann) Philip Clinard, North Carolina Rowan County 1802: Likewise it is my will and desire that my son Daniel Clinard shall pay unto my son Henry Clinard the sum of fifty dollars out of the land.

•    Washington County, VA Tax List,  1803, 1805, 1806         Clynard, Henry

(**later shows up in Tennessee in Davidson and Williamson County, his children move to Stewart County area)

13.    CHARLES CLINARD, Sr
(son of Peter Clinard, Sr., born 1794,  died 1867)

ROWAN COUNTY, NC

•    Captain Wilbourn’s Company 1815        Clinard, Charles        0
13.1.    Book 26, page 659, Feb. 24, 1817, Peter Davis, no wife signs, lets Charles Clinard (both of Rowan county NC) have one hundred and 1/4 acres on Abbotts Creek next to Jeffrey Horney, Elisha Hitchcock and Joshua Chadwick, for $450, witnessed by William Davis and Sol Davis improved by the latter in November 1821.  Beginning at a Black Jack in Jeffrey Horney’s line thence running west 14 chains to a crabapple bush, thence North 16 chains to a stone, thence west six chains and 50 links to a stake, thence North 37 chains and 20 links to stake in Elisha Hitchcock’s line, thence east with said line 16 chains and 50 links to the said Hitchcock’s corner, thence north two chains and 75 links to Hickory bush, thence east four chains and 27 links to a bush in the Joshua Chadwick’s corner, thence South with the Chadwick’s line and Horney’s line 55 chains to the beginning.

DAVIDSON COUNTY, NC

December 22, 1824, Minutes of the Court of Pleas and Quarter Session, ordered that William Davis act as overseer of the new Guilford Road from Salomon Davis field to the old Guilford Road near Nancy Teagues and that the following hands work on said road to wit Tilman and William Criddlebaugh, Abraham Teague, Meredith Pierce, Jeffrey and John Horney, John Edwards, Joshua Chadwick, Jr., James Edwards, Levi Gray, David William and Caleb Idol, William Bodenhamer, William and John idol, Isaac and Abraham Teague, Isaac Robertson, William Hastin, William Manlove, Joseph Davis Sr., Joseph Davis, Moses Davis and Charles Clinard.

•    Captain Spurgeon’s Company 1828-29            Clinard, Charles     100 acres

13.2.    July 21, 1830.  Charles Clinard sells William Hastin 100 1/4 acres which was purchased from Peter Davis in 1817.  Beginning at a Black Jack in Jeffrey Horney’s line, thence running west 14 chains to a crabapple bush, thence North 16 chains to a stone, thence west six chains and 50 links to a stake, thence North ?? chains and 20 links to a stake in Elisha Hitchcock’s line, thence east with said line 16 chains and 50 links to said Hitchcock’s corner thence north two chains and 75 links to Hickory bush, thence east four chains and 27 links to Hickory bush and Joshua Chadwick’s corner thence South with Chadwick’s line and Horney’s line 55 chains to the beginning.
13.3.    August 31, 1830.  William Manlove sells Charles Clinard 270 acres.

•    Captain Swains Company 1830                Clinard, Charles    250 acres
•    Captain Orvill’s Company 1831                 Clinard Charles  270 acres
•    Captain Brown’s Company (Abbotts Creek) 1832-35         Clinard, Charles 270 acres
•    Captain Bodenhamer’s Company 1836-1840            Clinard, Charles    270 acres

13.4.    Deed Book   , page 430, November 6, 1846.  Charles Clinard sells William Clinard  85 acres.  On the waters of Abbotts Creek, beginning at a stone Joseph Raper’s corner, thence North 87 1/2 degrees east 56 chains and 50 links to a Black Oak, thence North two and 1/2 degrees west 13 chains and 35 links to a white oak, thence South 85 3/4 degrees west 20 chains and 90 links to a stone, thence North 30 degrees west 40 links to a stone, thence North 44 1/2 degrees east four chains and 85 links to a stone, thence North 30 degrees west five chains to a stone, thence South 57 1/2 degrees north four chains and 50 links to a stone, thence North 30 degrees west one chain and 60 links to a stone, thence South 42 1/4 degrees west nine chains and 50 links to a stone, thence South 71 1/4 degrees west five chains and 40 links to a stone, thence North 67 degrees west 20 chains and 60 links to a stone on Joseph Raper’s line, thence South two and 1/2 degrees east 20 chains and 70 links to the beginning.

FORSYTH COUNTY, NC

14.    ANDREW CLINARD, Sr
(son of ??,  born 1793, died 1877)

ROWAN COUNTY, NC
14.1.    Book 25, page 209, March 1, 1819.  Abraham Teague to Andrew Clinard for $1100, 203 acres on Brushy Fork of Abbotts Creek adjacent Leven Charles, Peter Sink, and Ruben Stanley’s heirs.  Witness Ezikial Brown, Joab Teague.  Proved By Ezikial Brown at May Court 1819.  Beginning at a maple in the said Brushy Fork, thence east with Leven Charles line five chains and 20 links to a bunch of maples, thence with the said Charles line North 15 degrees east 13 chains to a stone corner, thence east with Peter Sink’s line 42 chains and 50 links to a stone, thence South with the land of the heirs of Ruben Stanley and Jacob Teague’s 45 chains and 67 links to a stone, thence North 84 degrees west, 48 chains and 50 links to a birch on the east side of said Fork, and from thence up the said Brushy Fork agreeable to the different meanders to the beginning.
14.2.    Book 26 page 21, Aug. 29, 1820.  Andrew Clinard to John Livengood for $1100, 203 acres on Brushy Fork of Abbotts Creek adjacent Leven Charles, Peter Sink, Ruben Stanley’s heirs and Joab Teague.  Witness Joseph Meyers, J. Wilson.  Proved by Wilson at Aug. Court 1820.
14.3.    Book 26, page 73, August 25, 1820,  Jessie Farabee, no wife signs, lets Andrew Clinard, both of Rowan county NC, have 50 acres on Abbotts Creek next Benjamin Farabee, Mary Smith, Jessie Smith and Jeremiah Smith for $300, witnessed by Walter G. Jones and Lloyd Evans and proved by the latter in February 1821.  Beginning at a Black Jack in Benjamin Farabee’s line, thence South with the same twenty-two chains and 90 links to a stake, thence west with Mary Smith’s line 21 chains and 84 links to a stake, thence North with Jessie Smith’s line twenty-two chains and 90 links to a ?? in Jeremiah Smith’s line and from thence east to the beginning.
14.4.    February 12, 1827 Andrew Clinard marries Lydia Brown, dtr of Ezekiel Brown, at the residence of Ezekiel Brown in Davidson County, NC.

DAVIDSON COUNTY, NC
•    Captain Weir’s Company 1828                Clinard, Andrew    50 acres
(also on this tax list is Ezekiel Brown)
•    Captain Spurgeon’s Company 1829                Clinard, Andrew    50 acres
•    Captain Orvill’s Company 1831                Clinard, Andrew    50 acres
•    Captain Brown’s Company 1832-34                Clinard, Andrew 50 acres
•    Captain Brown’s Company 1835                Clinard, Andrew 50 acres
•    Captain Bodenhamers Co.  1837                       Clinard, Charles for Andrew

14.4.    Deed Book 9, page 388,  July 1, 1844,  John Veach and Ruth Jones sell Andrew Clinard 15 acres  on the waters of Rich Fork of Abbotts Creek,  beginning at a rock, thence South five degrees east 15 chains and seven links to a stake, thence west, by a new line, eleven chains and 90 links to a stake in Joseph Murphy’s line, thence with the same North 12 chains to a hickory, thence East for chains and 25 links to a stake, thence South 8 degrees East three chains to a stake, thence East five chains and 40 links to the beginning.
14.5.    Deed Book 9,  page 389,  June 8, 1844,  Thomas Jones sells Andrew Clinard 121 acres on Rich Fork  next Andrew Cecil.  Beginning at a hickory thence North with Burrows line eight chains and 70 links to a stake, thence west with the same five chains and 60 links to a pine knot, thence South with Andrew Cecil’s line 13 chains and 20 links to a pine knot, thence west with the same 30 chains and 40 links to a rock, thence South 45 degrees west eight chains and 15 links to a rock, thence South seven chains and 35, stake East 15 chains and 75 links to a stake, thence North eight degrees east three chains to a stake, and five chains and 40 links to a rock, thence South five degrees east 19 chains to a rock, thence in East 25 chains and 20 links to a double Elm, thence North 34 chains and 35 links to a black oak, thence west to the beginning.
The following tax lists may be for Andrew Clinard Sr., Andrew Clinard the son of Philip Clinard, or another Andrew Clinard.
•    Captain Veach’s Company 1844-5            Clinard, Andrew    131 acres
Clinard, Andrew 115 acres
•    Captain Veach’s Company 1846            Clinard, Andrew    131 acres
Clinard, Andrew 15 acres
•    Captain Veach’s Company 1847            Clinard, Andrew 146 acres
•    Captain Veach’s Company 1849            Clinard, Andrew of  “D ”
What does “of  D” mean??

Andrew is listed as the son-in-law in the will of Ezekiel Brown (Davidson Co
Wills 1844-1868 Book 2:40), with daughter listed as Lydia Clinard, and
witnessed by Andrew Clinard, Junior and Daniel (x) Clinard.   Note:  If this was past 1844, this must be Daniel, Jr.

14.6.    Deed Book 12, page 62, June 9, 1849.  Andrew and Lydia Clinard sell Jacob Clinard 100 acres bequeathed to Lydia Brown Clinard by her father Ezekiel Brown, deceased.  Beginning in a post oak in John Green’s line, thence with the same and William Weir’s line 25 chains to a rock, thence North with E. Burtons line 40 chains to a  Hickory and corner of Stephen Osborne’s, thence with his line East 25 chains to a heap of stones in James Collet’s line and from thence South with the same and John Green’s line 40 chains to the beginning, containing 100 acres be the same more or less.  Witnessed by William Farabee and John Swisegood.   (which Jacob Clinard was this?)
14.7.    Deed Book 55, page 216,   September 25th, 1873;  Andrew Clinard and wife Lydia Clinard for their future support and maintenance during their lives, sell to Louisa Wellborn,  their daughter,  50 acres adjoining the lands of Benjamin Ferrabee, deceased Jesse Smith tract, Robert Green and others.  Beginning at a Black Jack in Benjamin Farabee’s line, thence South with same twenty-two chains and 90 links to a stake, thence west with Mary Smith’s line 21 chains and 84 links to a stake thence North with Jessie Smith’s line twenty-two chains and 90 links to a small mulberry in Jeremiah Smith’s line, thence east to the beginning.

15.    ANDREW CLINARD, Jr
(son of ??.,  born 1830, died 1877)

This Andrew Clinard was born in 1814, and would have been 21 years old in 1835.  He does not appear to be the son of the above listed Andrew Clinard Sr. who was born in 1830.  He was probably designated as junior because he was the younger of the Andrews alive at the time.

DAVIDSON COUNTY, NC
The following tax lists may be for Andrew Clinard Sr., Andrew Clinard the son of Philip Clinard or another Andrew Clinard.
•    Captain Veach’s Company 1844-5                Clinard, Andrew    131 acres
Clinard, Andrew 115 acres
•    Captain Veach’s Company    1846                Clinard, Andrew    131 acres
Clinard, Andrew 15 acres
•    Captain Veach’s Company 1847                Clinard, Andrew 146 acres
•    Captain Veach’s Company 1849                Clinard, Andrew of  “D ”

16.    SALOME CLINARD

DAVIDSON COUNTY, NC

16.1.    Deed Book 4, page 848,  October 23, 1829,    David Hinkle, for $150 to Salome Clinard, 101 acres on Bushy Fork, adjoining lands of John Lindsay, beginning at a white oak on the Moravian line at the meeting of two little branches,  thence running north with said line 41 chains lacking 80 links to a stone corner to a dividing line between William Stanley and the above mentioned tract; thence South 67 degrees and 30 minutes east with said dividing line,  to a stone on Guilford Road 36 chains and 75 links; thence South 27 degrees west to a hickory on Guilford Road 10 chains lacking 80 links,  thence South with the line of the Meeting House lot to a hickory near the road leading to Cross Creek 17 chains thence west 29 per chains with Esquire Frederick Miller’s line to the beginning,  …..  land belonged to Paul Hinkle deceased, who willed the same to his son David Hinkle.

17.    JOHN CLINARD
(Son of  ??.   Is this the John Clinard who married Jane Bratton?)

DAVIDSON COUNTY, NC

17.1.    Deed Book 6, page 225,  August 30, 1834,  William Jones sells John Clinard 84 acres.

•    Captain Bodenhamers Company 1836        Clinard, John    84 acres
•    Captain Bodenhamers Company 1837-40        Clinard, John
•    Captain Brown’s Company 1833-35            Clinard, John    84 acres
(other Clinards on these tax lists are Charles, Philip, Philip Jr., Andrew, Andrew Jr., William)

17.2.    Deed Book 10, page 31, May 12th, 1845;  84 acres of John CLINARD seized by Sheriff and sold to John W. Lindsey to satisfy debt to John W. Lindsay and others.   On the waters of Brushy Fork of Abbotts Creek, beginning at the road leading from John Swisegood’s Mill to Haines’s Mill, thence North 57 degrees west 15 chains to a stake, with Stephen Osborn’s line, thence North 52 degrees west with the same and masons line thirty-four chains and 45 links to a white oak, thence South 29 chains in 15 links to a stake, thence east seven chains and 25 links to a stake, thence South forty degrees east 21 chains and 50 links to said road thence along the same to the beginning

18.    ANDREW CLINARD
(son of Philip Clinard, the son of Jacob Clinard?)

DAVIDSON COUNTY, NC

18.1.    Deed Book 9, Page 137, Feb. 23rd, 1844;  Andrew Clinard, who is indebted to John W. Lindsey, sells Jesse Whitlow 29 and 1/3 acres and misc. personal property for $1.00.  Jessie Whitlow shall at the request of the said Lindsey or his securities proceed to sell the aforesaid property if the debt is not paid and use the proceeds to pay the debt.  It is further agreed between the parties that said Clinard shall keep said property in his possession. John Clinard and Solomon Gilliam act as securities.   One piece of land lying in said County on the waters of Abbotts Creek beginning at the big road thence South 20 degrees east three chains and 40 links to a stake, thence east with A . Williams line 18 chains and 50 links to a post oak, thence North with Sanders and Osborne’s line seven chains and 57 links to a poplar, thence North 57 degrees west tend chains and 50 links to said road, thence along the same to the beginning containing 22 acres be the same more or less.  Also another tract joining the above beginning at the road thence South 55 degrees east 11 chains and 62 links to a large poplar, thence North with Nancy Mitchell’s line 16 chains and 50 links to said road, thence along the same to the beginning containing 7 1/3 acres more or less.

18.2.    Deed book 11, page 488, March 20, 1847.  Andrew Clinard  for $100 assigns to Jacob Clinard his interest in 122 acres of his father’s land, now his mother’s dower for her lifetime, to receive after her death.  Land situated on the waters of Spurgeon’s and Abbott’s Creek adjoining lands of John M. Mock and Henry Ledford and others. Witnessed by John M. Mock and William Clinard.  Note: Andrew, Jacob and William were all sons of Philip Clinard.

MISCELLANEOUS

The Will of (Johann) Philip Clinard  North Carolina, Rowan County
In the name of God Amen, I, Philip Clinard of the County of Rowan and State of North Carolina, being very sick and weak in body but of perfect mind and memory, thanks be given to God, calling unto mind the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die, do make and ordain this my last will and test; that is to say principally and first of all I give and recommend my soul to God and my body to be buried decently and in a Christian burial – at the discretion of my executor nothing doubting at the general resurrection I shall receive the same again by the mighty power of God.  And as touching such worldly estate wherewith it has pleased God to bless me in this life.
I give devise and dispose of the same in the following manner and form – I give and bequeath to my son Daniel Clinard all my lands, messuages & tenements, by him freely to be possessed and enjoyed, with this exception viz: that it shall not be in his power to sell or convey it until his youngest daughter shall come of age (to wit Phoebe) and in consideration of his having the above mentioned lands and as he shall furnish his mother every year of her lifetime with the following articles viz twenty bushels of good merchantable wheat, twenty bushels of good Indian corn, six bushels of rice, two fat hogs at the right season, each to weigh upward of a hundred weight, half an acre of flax in suitable good ground, one bushel of salt and one good fat beef or five dollars in cash, the third part of the garden, room sufficient for what potatoes and cotton will be sufficient to herself and food sufficient to winter what cattle and sheep she has, likewise and sufficient quantity of firewood brought handy to her room and likewise he shall take what grain will be  sufficient for her to the mill and bring the meal back to her and the said Daniel Clinard shall give his  mother full possession of the room that I now live in her lifetime and reasonable privilege of any other of this house on the said place.
2. I give to my wife all my movable effects, i.e. Negroes, cattle for her lifetime, so as not to sell or make away with anything unlawfully and after her decease to be vendued and sold at public sale by my executors to be distributed in the manner hereinafter mentioned.  Also I give to my son Daniel Clinard one hundred dollars to be raised out of my movable estate after my wife’s decease. Likewise I give and bequeath to my daughter Phoebe Mock my big Deutch Bible. Likewise I give to Lawrence Clinard, my son, five shillings as his full share.  I also give to my grandson Jacob Mock, the son of Philip Mock, twenty five dollars, to his brother John Mock twenty dollars, and to my granddaughter Mary Stanley, the wife of Reuben Stanley the sum of fifteen dollars as their full share of my estate to be raised as above certified. Likewise it is my will and desire that my son Daniel Clinard shall pay unto my son Henry Clinard the sum of fifty dollars out of the land.  Now after my just and lawful debts is paid and the aforementioned distributions are made, the remainder after my wife’s death to be equally divided between my following children viz. Jacob Clinard, Phoebe Mock, Peter Clinard, Catherine Miller, Daniel & Henry Clinard. I likewise constitute make and ordain my son Jacob Clinard and my grandson John Mock the son of Devault Mock and Phoebe Mock his wife (or widow now) my executors of this will and test; and I do hereby disallow and disannul all and every other test, wills, legacies, bequeaths & executors by me in any wise before named, willed & bequeathed; ratifying & conforming this and no other to be my last will & test.
In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand & seal this 23rd day of March A.D. 1802.
Signed, sealed & declared as                                        His
his last will and test; in presence                              Philip   ‘PK’   Clinard
of Ezekiel Brown                                                       Mark
Jacob Brummell

CENSUS RECORDS

1.    PHILIP KLEINERT
(born est. 1725,  died 1802, the son of John Kleinerd)

2.    JACOB CLINARD
(son of Philip Kleinert, born 1750-1754, died after 1840)

3.    JACOB CLINARD, Jr.
(son of Jacob Clinard, the son of Philip Kleinert, born 1781, died  1861 Fountain County, IN)

4.    PHILIP CLINARD
(son of Jacob Clinard, the son of Philip Kleinert, born 1791,  died 1846)

5.    PHILIP CLINARD, JR
(son of Philip Clinard, the son of Jacob Clinard?, born 1812, died 1882)

6.    PETER CLINARD, Sr.
(son of Philip Kleinert, born estimated 1763)

7.    PETER CLINARD, Jr.
(son of Peter Clinard, Sr., born 1784-1794,  died 1824)

9.    DANIEL CLINARD, Sr.
(son of Philip Kleinert, born 1761,  died 1844)

10.    DANIEL CLINARD, Jr
(son of Daniel Clinard, Sr.,  born est. 1784,  died 1850-1860

12.    JACOB CLINARD
(Son of  Daniel Clinard Sr???,  born 1792 or before)

13.    LAWRENCE CLINARD
(son of Philip Kleinert, born 1769)

12.    HENRY CLINARD
(son of Philip Kleinert, born 1765-1769)

13.    CHARLES CLINARD, Sr
(son of Peter Clinard, Sr., born 1794,  died 1867)

14.    ANDREW CLINARD, Sr
(son of ??,  born 1793, died 1877)

*  Compiled from: Rowan County Inferior Court minutes,  Minutes of Rowan County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,  Deed of Rowan Co  VOL 1-10 1753-1785,  Abstracts of Deeds  Rowan County NC Vol 11-14 1786-1797,  Abstracts of Deeds  Rowan County NC   Books 15-19 1797-1807,  McCubbins Collection at Rowan County Library, Salisbury NC., Rowan County Tax Lists 1778-1815, Davidson County Tax Lists 1828-1849, Rowan County NC Vacant Land Entries by Richard A. Enochs,  personal notes, educated guesses, assumptions, and shared information obtained from fellow Clinard researchers.  My compiled work does contain errors.   Please help me find and correct them.

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