Richard McKinne
Died bef 7 May 1835
Wayne County, NC

North Carolina Archives

The following account is found in the 1800 estate papers of Richard McKinne and appears to belong in the Richard McKinne 1835 estate papers:

1821 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions May Term - The jurors for the county and state aforesaid on the oaths present and say that Richard McKinne late of the county afsd Laborour and William Fellows late of the county afsd Laborour with force and arms on the 21st of May 1821 then and there being in the county afsd did commit an affray to the great -- of the inhabitants afsd to the evil example of all others in like case offending and against the peace and dignity of the state. James Harrison.

Richard McKinne Estate, 1835

State of North Carolina Wayne County - 7 May 1835
We the undersigned Jurors have been duly summoned and sworn by William Thompson Sheriff for sd county to lay off to Julia McKinne widow of Richard McKinne dec’d one third part of the lands of the sd dec’d adjacent to Little River - also one other piece adjacent to Spring Branch – also one other piece beginning at a pine to a pine in a pond. 150 acres total. Images

Recorded May Co 1835 - Julia McKinne Year’s Allowance - The undersigned having been appointed by the Hon'l the Court of Pleas & Quarter Sessions for the County of Wayne at Feby Term of said court, a committee to lay off to Julia W. McKinne her years provisions and such other articles as she is by law entitled, and report the same to the next term of said court having met accordingly on the 16th of March and made the allowance.
Fifteen barrells corn
One good blade shuck
Eight hundred pounds bacon
One hundred pounds lard
One cow & calf her choice
Fifty dollars in money to buy all other articles that she may stand in need for the family such as sugar, coffee, mollasses, flour, &c &c - all of which is respectfully submitted.