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Subject: Re: michie family in mostly rockbridge, VA
Date: Fri, 27 Aug 2004 11:36:26 -0600



In a message dated 8/27/2004 12:01:26 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
writes:

am looking for relatives of John and Susan Michie (i believe he was born
around 1812. Going from him to present day, almost all eldest sons were named
Charles Q. Michie


It isn't too hard, Johns father is John son of Robert son of Scotch John and
from there who knows. Some have ideas Of Scotch Johns parentage but it can't
be proven. I don't have Susanna Eddes ancestry I am pasting what I have
Eliz

Ancestors of John MICHIE


First Generation

1. John MICHIE-[930], son of John MICHIE-[435] and Unknown, was born
@1809
-1813 in Virginia and died after 1880.

Noted events in his life were:

* CENSUS: 1850, Rockbridge Co VA. John Michie
Age: 36
Estimated Birth Year: 1813
Birth Place: Virginia
Gender: Male
Home in 1850 District 51, Rockbridge, Virginia $16,000-
Page: 454
Roll: M432_973
John Michie 36 1813 Virginia Male District 51, Rockbridge, Virginia

Susan Michie 34 1815 Virginia Female District 51, Rockbridge,
Virginia
Charles Q Michie 13 1836 Virginia Male District 51, Rockbridge,
Virginia
Willie C Michie 11 1838 Virginia Female District 51, Rockbridge,
Virginia
Mary W Eades Age: 40 Estimated Birth Year: 1809 Birth Place: Virginia
Gender: Female Home in 1850
(City,County,State): District 51, Rockbridge, Virginia Page: 454 Roll:
M432_973
Sister of Susan?
* CENSUS: 1860. Jno Michie 45 1814 Virginia District 3, Rockbridge,
Virginia Male
A Ann Michie 45 1814 Virginia District 3, Rockbridge, Virginia
Female
Not totally sure this is he G>
* CENSUS: 1870, Natural Bridge, Rockbridge Co VA. Living with Charles Q
and the children and a Moffatt family wife Martha
* CENSUS: 1880, Natural Bridge, Rockbridge Co VA. John MICHIE Self W
Male W 68 VA VA VA
Chas. Q. MICHIE Son M Male W 41 VA Farmer VA VA
Rebecca L. MICHIE Dau L M Female W 42 VA Keeping House
VA VA
Anna B. MICHIE GDau S Female W 19 VA VA VA
John C. MICHIE GSon S Male W 17 VA VA VA
Blanna I. MICHIE GDau S Female W 14 VA VA VA
Carrie C. MICHIE GDau S Female W 12 VA VA VA
Mary S. MICHIE GDau S Female W 10 VA VA VA
Charles MICHIE GSon S Male W 4 VA VA VA
Mary TOLER Cousin S Female W 32 VA Teacher VA VA
Henrietta FIREBAUGH Niece S Female W 18 VA At School
VA VA
Mary W. EADS Sister S Female W 78 VA No Occupation VA
VA
Sallie ROBINSON Other S Female W 21 VA Domestic Servant
VA VA


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Source Information:
Census Place Natural Bridge, Rockbridge, Virginia
Family History Library Film 1255387
NA Film Number T9-1387
Page Number 63C


* possibilities. 28 November 1876 Jas. Tate Ranson, 20, b/Rockbridge,
Farmer, son of Jas. Ranson and C. Ranson, married Sophia Jane Michie,
16, Rockbridge, daughter of M. Michie and N. Michie, D. C. Irwin
officiating, Rockbridge.

* marriage of daughter. Davis, Thomas J. age 29, sgl. born Smythe Co.,
VA, lives Smyth Co. s/o Martin and Mahala Davis. Farmer & Michie,
Willie Catharine age 19, sgl. born Goochland, VA, lives Rockbridge Co.
d/o John and Susan Michie. 29 Oct 1856, Wm. F. Junkin officiated


John married Susanna EDDES-[2545] [MRIN:802] on 10 Sep 1835 in Greenbrier Co
VA.

Children from this marriage were:

i. Charles Quintus MICHIE-[2546] was born on 3 Jun 1837 and died
on 12 Jun 1906, at age 69.
ii. Willie MICHIE-[3322] was born <1839> in Virginia.

Second Generation (Parents)

2. John MICHIE-[435], son of Robert MICHIE R.S.-[436] and Anna
WATSON-[437],
was born @ 1764 in Louisa Co VA and died after 1810.

Noted events in his life were:

* note: CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA
EXTRACTED
FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800: Augusta
Co. VA.


CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM
THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800
CIRCUIT COURT RECORDS, SECTION "I."
JUDGMENTS.
page 214
Harris and wife vs. Maupin[who easily could be a nephew brother in
law]or --O. S. 280; N. S. 99--Bill filed 2d May, 1817, by Wm. Harris,
Patsy, his wife, of Albemarle.

Thomas Jarman, Sr., of Albemarle died, 1798, intestate, leaving 3
children, viz: William, Mary, wife of Benajah Brown; Betsy, widow of
Zachariah Maupin; and descendants of 2 other children, viz: Mary
Mullins, late Mary Michie, wife to, John Mullens and John A. Michie;
children of Frances Michie, late Frances Jarman, who married William
Michie, but which said Frances and William had both died before their
father. Thomas Jarman, Sr.; and oratrix Patsey and Marian Brown, late
Marian Maupin, wife to Bernard Brown, children of Sarah; another
daughter of Thomas Jarman, Sr., who married Daniel Maupin. Patsy came
of age in 1807. Thomas Jarman, Sr., died about 3 years ago. William
Jarman, son of Thomas, has died, leaving children, viz: James, John,
William, Thomas, Pleasant, Dabney, Mary, wife to ---- Woods; Frances,
wife to ---- Ballard; Sarah, wife to ---- Ballard; Catherine and Betsy
Jarman. Thomas Maupin, brother of John Maupin, deposes.

CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM
THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800 CIRCUIT COURT
RECORDS, SECTION "I." JUDGMENTS. page 202 Johnson vs. Wash--O. S. 268;
N. S. 94--Bill in 1809 by Chapman Johnson, administrator of Thomas
Johnson (minor); his father, who was executor of John Boswell. Thomas,
as executor, had received a deed from David Wash of Louisa for land in
Louisa. Thomas is now dead and the legal title is in John B. Johnson,
Thomas M. Johnson, Jane Johnson, Ann Johnson, Patrick Michie and
Dorothy, his wife, and orator John Michie of Goochland is administrator
d. b. n. of Jno. Boswell. David Wash is dead, leaving representatives,
viz: William Wash of Louisa, Thomas, Nathan and Lipscomb Wash, Charles
Hester and ----, his wife; John Crank and ----, his wife; Zackariah
Matlock and ----, his wife, and Manoah Lastly and ----, his wife. June,
1813, order publication as to Susannah's Esther's heirs. January, 1814,
decree nisi as to Robert Moorman, Wm. Walton, Atwood Wash, Susan
Walton, Edwd. Wash, G. Y. Wash, Nath. H. Wash, Josus Wash, Lucius Wash,
and ---- Wash. Deed, 14th October, 1789, by David Wash of Albemarle to
Thomas Johnson (after this name in all places appears a bracket.
Menr.--does it mean Minister? mopre probably minor), executor of John
Boswell, of Louisa, 232 acres in Louisa on Chamberlain's Creek joining
Henry Crank, William Wash, William Harris and Ashley Johnson. Recorded
in Louisa, 14th June, 1790. Answer, September, 1813, by John Crank and
Sarah, his wife; Nathan and Dorotha Moorman, guardian to Mary,
Elizabeth, Robert and Dolly Moorman, infants of Robert Mooman and said
Dorotha, said Robert being son, heir and representative to Elizabeth
Mooreman, daughter of Thomas Wash, who married Thomas Moorman, father
of Robert. In 1777, Thomas Wash, father of David, made will in Louisa
and recorded there. David died without issue. Will of Thomas Wash of
Louisa. Daughters, Sukey Hester, Mary Lasley, Sarah Crank; daughters,
Elizabeth Wash, Lucy Wash; sons, William, Thomas, David, Nathan,
Lipscomb; wife; son-in-law, John Crank. Dated 5th March, 1777. Proved
in Louisa, 13th March, 1780. View full context

CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM
THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800 CIRCUIT COURT
RECORDS, SECTION "I." JUDGMENTS. page 211 Johnson vs. Johnson--O. S.
281; N. S. 99--Bill by Chapman Johnson, February, 1810. John Boswell of
Louisa died, testate, leaving his brother, Thomas Boswell, and Thomas
Johnson (Minr.), father of orator, residuary devisees by which they
became owners of land in Tazewell, 2,137 acres, located in 1785 by
Zachariah Stanley for himself and Boswell. Stanley has sold 500 acres
to Josiah (Isaiah ?) Wynne. Thos. Johnson died, testate, leaving five
sons, viz: John B., Richard C., Thomas M., William and orator. Richard
C. and William have died unmarried and intestate. Orator has sisters,
viz: Dorothy, wife of Patrick Michie; Jane and Ann Johnson, who
survive. Thos. Boswell has also died, leaving grandson, Thomas Boswell,
residuary legatee. Daniel Harman has a conflicting interest. Since 5th
September, 1814, John B. Johnson has died, leaving widow, Elizabeth
Johnson, and 3 infants, viz: Thomas, Chapman and Maria Barclay Johnson.
Jane Johnson has married Alexander Stuart. Ann Johnson has married ----
Parish (?). Deed by Zachariah Stanley of Montgomery to Chapman Johnson,
his interest in land with Boswell. Dated 30th December, 1807. Recorded
in Augusta, 30th December, 1807. Will of Thomas Boswell of Ware Parish,
Gloucester County. Daughter, Dorothy Churchill; grandson, Thomas
Boswell; daughter, Elizabeth Armistead and her daughter, Elizabeth
Thornton Armstead; daughter, Frances Thornton Mullins; daughter, Jane
Major, widow; grandson, John Armistead; grandchildren, Thomas, Mary
Ann, Elizabeth Thornton and Susannah Fauntleroy Armstead; daughter, Ann
Longest. Dated 23d February, 1797. Recorded Gloucester, 4th December,
1797. Will of Jesiah Wynne of Tazewell County. Sons, William, Peter,
Oliver, David, Harman and Jessiah; son, Robert; wife, Mary; daughter,
Jenny; brother-in-law, David Whitley. Dated 16th November, 1812.
Recorded at Tazewell, February, 1813. Deed, 5th September, 1814, by
John B. Johnson of Sumner County, Tenn., to Chapman Johnson of
Staunton. Caleb Keth, assignee of Wm. Printis, assignee of David
Anderson, enters 1,000 acres 29th August, 1785, beginning at east side
of Morris Griffith's Nob commonly called Rich Mountain, thence to
Inglishes line. 29th August, 1785, John Boswell enters to adjoin above.
Patent to John Bosswell and to Chapman Johnson.

All of these from Ancestry.com
* Admitted to Bar: 1781, Virginia. source Calendar of Virginia State
Papers, page 5651
Reommended by Henry Tazewell and Edward Randolph
* CENSUS: 1810, Virginia. Albemarle 4 free men, 4 younger men and 2 free
women
* note: _http://www.lva.lib.va.us/_ (http://www.lva.lib.va.us/) . Court
Party Record Type Years
District Court-Richmond Dabney v. Michie Judgment 1800
Superior Court of Chancery-Richmond Guerrant, Peter, James Michie and
Joseph S. Watkins ads. Americus V. Payne Judgment 1826
District Court-Richmond Michie ads. Dabney Judgment 1800
Superior Court of Chancery-Richmond Michie, James, Joseph S. Watkins
and Peter Guerrant ads. Americus V. Payne Judgment 1826
Superior Court of Chancery-Richmond Payne, Americus V. v. James Michie,
Joseph S. Watkins and Peter Guerrant Judgment 1826
Superior Court of Chancery-Richmond Watkins, Joseph S., James Michie
and Peter Guerrant ads. Americus V. Payne Judgment 1826

_http://www.lva.lib.va.us/whatwehave/local/burned_juris/nameresults.asp_
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* mention. Johnson vs. Wash--O. S. 268; N. S. 94--Bill in 1809 by
Chapman Johnson, administrator of Thomas Johnson (minor); his father,
who was executor of John Boswell. Thomas, as executor, had received a
deed from David Wash of Louisa for land in Louisa. Thomas is now dead
and the legal title is in John B. Johnson, Thomas M. Johnson, Jane
Johnson, Ann Johnson, Patrick Michie and Dorothy, his wife, and orator
John Michie of Goochland is administrator d. b. n. of Jno. Boswell.
David Wash is dead,

* notes. Family History: Virginia Genealogies #1

Michie, Elizabeth Section : Genealogies of Virginia Families IV, He-S
Page # : 307
Michie, George Section : Genealogies of Virginia Families IV, He-S
Page # : 145
Michie, Mary Section : Genealogies of Virginia Families IV, He-S
Page # : 306
Michie, Patrick Section : Genealogies of Virginia Families IV, He-S
Page # : 149
Michie, Robert Section : Genealogies of Virginia Families IV, He-S
Page # : 149



John married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

i. Sophia [Lacy] MICHIE-[47] was born on 15 May 1795 in
Goochland Co., VA and died on 13 Apr 1872 in Bethlehem, Benton Co., Miss, at age 76.

ii. Charles MICHIE-[791] was born in 1799 in Goochland Co., VA and died on
23 Apr 1872 in La Grange, Fayette Co Tenn, at age 73.
iii. Mary [Eades] MICHIE-[790] was born @1802 in VA and died after 1870.
iv. Charlotte [Richards] MICHIE-[928] was born @1801 in Goochland Co., VA
and died <15 Sep 189> in Bethlehem, Benton Co., Miss.
v. Diana [Woodson] MICHIE-[929] was born @1806 in Goochland Co., VA and
died in 1871.
vi. John MICHIE-[930]
vii. Caroline Homoselle [Tolar] MICHIE-[931] was born in 1818 in Goochland
Co., VA and died after 1839, after age 21.

Third Generation (Grandparents)

4. Robert MICHIE R.S.-[436], son of "Scotch" John MICHIE-[446] and
Mary-[719], was born in 1735 in Louisa Co VA and died in 1793 in
Louisa Co VA, at age 58.

Noted events in his life were:

* note. 1774-1775 Fredericksville Parrish
* CENSUS: 1782, Louisa Co VA.
* note. Lived on the Pamunky River and operated a mill. The road from
Louisa to Charlottesville crossed his land and was know as Michie's
Lane
* Will: 1793, Louisa Co VA.
* Military Service: Louisa Militia, Revolution.
* deed: Albemarle County, Virginia, Deed Book 7, page 514. I 'think'
this is the right Patrick.

Deeds: Patrick Michie, 1781: Albemarle County, Virginia

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Albemarle County, Virginia, Deed Book 7, page 514.

To all to whom these presents Shall come, know ye that I Patrick Michie
of Albemarle
County, for divers good Causes and Considerations me thereunto moving,
but more Especially
for and in Consideration, for the love and Affection I have for my
Children, do give grant
bargain & Confirm unto my Brother Robert Michie, and my Nephew James
Michie all my Slaves
Viz: Ben, Robin, James, Peter, Fanny, Mill, Luie [?], Jane, Moll, Grace
& Jane, with this
Express Proviso, and with this Special Trust and Confidence (to wit)
that they have hold
use & Occupy the Said Slaves to the best advantage they can and Account
yearly with me for
the Profits of the Said Slaves, during my natural life, and after my
decease that they give
One third part of the profits, unto my beloved wife Frances Michie,
during her natural
life, and that the other two thirds they divide in Equal Portions,
among all my Children
then living and the Representatives of these that may be dead, So that
the Representatives
of one Child, may Receive only the part their parent if alive would
Receive, and after my
decease that they make Over and Confirm the property of the said
Slaves, unto my Children
and their Representatives as above, only allowing my daughter Nancy
Michie a Share in the
said Slaves as much less in Value, than a Share of one of the other
Children, as a Certain
Loan office Certificate which I have purchased in her name for her may
then be worth, and
which she now possesses. In Witness Whereof I have hereunto Subscribed
my name and affixed
my Seal this Sixteenth day of January 1781.


/signed/ Pat Michie

Signed Seald & Delivered in presence of
Wm Michie & Anna Michie
At Albemarle April Court MDCCLXXXI.

This Deed of gift was proved by the Oath of William Michie & Anna
Michie
witnesses thereto and Ordered to be Recorded.
Test Hudson Martin Dy Clk




* Marriages. ARCHIBALD S. RICHARDS CHARLOTTE MICHIE 04 December 1827
Greenbrier BARTLETT A. HENSON ADELIA REBECCA MICHIE 22 November 1845
Louisa
DAVID MASSIE POLLY MICHIE 08 March 1815 Greenbrier
EDW. DOWNING ELIZABETH W. MICHIE 18 September 1815 Louisa
GEORGE PEERS FRANCIS E. MICHIE 23 February 1844 Louisa
HENRY T. CHILES SARAH MICHIE 20 December 1830 Louisa
IVY LASLEY WILLIE C. MICHIE 06 April 1831 Louisa
JAMES P. HOPKINS SUSANNA P. MICHIE 20 March 1836 Louisa
JOHN J. MICHIE MARTHA A. MICHIE 18 April 1833 Albermarle
JONATHAN MICHIE PAMELA ANN MICHIE 04 September 1820 Louisa
MANOAH LASLEY MARIA MICHIE 17 January 1821 Louisa
MATHEW Jr. LACY SOPHIA MICHIE 02 April 1817 Greenbrier
ROBERT B. WATKINS CONELIA V. MICHIE 09 January 1849 Henrico
ROBERT B. WATKINS CORNELIA V. MICHIE 03 January 1849 Richmond
ROBERT G. WILLIS ELIZA MICHIE 23 March 1824 Louisa
THEODORE A. MICHIE MARGARET M. MICHIE 11 October 1846 Albermarle THOMAS
J. WOODSON DIANA MICHIE 12 October 1829 Greenbrier
WILLIAM T. TOLER CAROLINE H. MICHIE 16 December 1839 Greenbrier


Robert married Anna WATSON-[437] [MRIN:142].

Children from this marriage were:

i. John MICHIE-[435]
ii. Patrick MICHIE-[438] was born in 1770 in Louisa Co VA and died in 1854
in Augusta Co. VA, at age 84.
iii. William MICHIE-[439] was born in 1764 in Louisa Co VA and died in 1851
in Louisa Co VA, at age 87.
iv. Nancy Ann [Cross] MICHIE-[440] was born on 6 Jun 1784 in Louisa Co VA.
v. Mary [Downing] MICHIE-[441].
vi. Sarah [Michie] MICHIE-[442] was born before 1800 in Louisa Co VA and
died in 1855, about age 55.
vii. Lucy [Michie] MICHIE-[443] was born in 1773.
viii. James MICHIE-[444] was born in 1782.
ix. Elizabeth (Betsey) [Michie] MICHIE-[445] was born in Louisa Co VA and
died in Lebanan, Wayne Co., TN.
x. Robert MICHIE-[779] was born @1780 in Virginia and died before 1830.

5. Anna WATSON-[437], daughter of James WATSON-[751] and Barbary-[752],
was
born in 1744 in Louisa Co VA and died in 1834 in Louisa Co VA, at age
90.

Noted events in her life were:

* family. Marriage 1 Robert MICHIE b: 1735 in Albemarle Co. VA
Children
William Watson MICHIE , Capt. b: ABT. 1770 in Louisa Co, VA
Mary (Polly) MICHIE
Nancy Ann (Nanny) MICHIE b: 6 JUN 1784
Sarah (Sally) MICHIE b: AFT. 1764
Ann MICHIE
John MICHIE b: AFT. 1764
Lucy MICHIE b: 1773
Elizabeth MICHIE b: in Louisa Co. VA
James MICHIE , Capt. b: 1755
Patrick MICHIE b: ABT. 1770
Mathew MICHIE b: ABT. 1780
Robert MICHIE b: ABT. 1781

Anna married Robert MICHIE R.S.-[436] [MRIN:142].

Fourth Generation (Great Grandparents)

8. "Scotch" John MICHIE-[446], son of Robert MICHIE-[1189] and Margaret
FARQHARSON-[1190], was born 1685 or who knows in Strathdon,
Aberdeenshire, Scotland and died in 1777 in Albemarle Co VA.

Noted events in his life were:

* Land: 7 Jul 1730, Hanover Co. VA. granted 800 acres in Hanover Co.
* CENSUS: Goochland Co VA Census, 1740.
* Land: Hanover Co., VA Deed Book, 1742.
Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly • volume XXIV • volume XXIV,
number 4 (01-NOV-1986) • Virginia Land Patent Book 17, Pages 1-255
(1735-1736)




John Michie, 1442a, Hanover Co both sides Harris and Beaver Cr: bounded
by Col Nicholas Meriwethers and Mr Abraham Venables c, James Watson and
John Dashyer: 800 a of the tract g. to the sd Michie in two p. dated 25
Aug 1731 and the residue never before P (p 49) 15 Mar 135.
* move: 1746. from St Martin's Parish of Hanover Co to Fredericksville
Parish of Albemarle Co. VA
* Will: 1777. Recorded 8 Jan 1778

NAME Michie, John.
DATE 1777.
SOURCE Will Book 2, 1752-1785 (Reel 34)
pp. 358-359. Will pro. Aug. 1777.
pp. 366-367. Inv. & appr. rec. Oct. 1778.
p. 368. Inv. & appr. of estate in Louisa County rec. Oct. 1778.
NOTE Part of index to Albemarle County Wills and Administrations
(1748-1800)
PLACE Albemarle County (Va.)
FORM Wills. aat.
COLLECTION Virginia wills and administrations.
Copy saved in Word
* Land. Bought 1250 acres on Buck Mountain Rd from John Henry, father of
Patrick Henry
* children: "A Sketch of the Michie Family" by Judge Thomas J. Michie.
Also called "The Michies" by Thomas Johnson Michie.

Possibly the Judge
Thomas J Michie
Age: 34
Estimated birth year: 1895
Birthplace: New York
Relation to Head-of-house: Head
Race: White
Home in 1930: Pittsburgh, Allegheny, Pennsylvania
Image Source: Year: 1930; Census Place: Pittsburgh, Allegheny,
Pennsylvania; Roll: T626_1977; Page: 30B; Enumeration District: 220;
Image: 0487.
Or this one
Judge Michael: Well, essentially I think the elected leadership was, at
first somewhat paralyzed by Brown against Board of Education. But then
you've got look at the then mayor of Charlottesville, the late Thomas
J. Michie, later Judge Michie, who was a strong, strong leader in
trying to work out an acceptable pattern of integration. He didn't back
away an inch. And I can name some others. But, I mean, he was the
primary example. I don't think he became frozen. I think he recognized
that it had to be and he started trying his best to get it done. I
don't think the political leadership gave up by any means. I think it
initially, just like everyone else, was paralyzed as to how are we
going to do this. But, it was a paralysis that didn't last for any
length of time. Then they realized it had to be done and they started
getting at ways to do it. I don't think we were really waiting for the
courts to finish. I think we were trying to find ways to do this even
though the courts were looking at various ways that were being tried.
We were still in a ferment, on how can we get this done. We'll try
this; it goes to court, it gets knocked down. We'll try that; it goes
to court, it gets knocked down. But we kept trying to find a legally
acceptable solution. I think the leadership in that respect was in the
school board, frankly. But the political leadership was right with the
school board as I saw it. I never saw any dichotomy between the two.
law firm started by Thomas J Michie
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THOMAS J. MICHIE KOPPERS BUILDING PITTSBURGH, PA. February 16,
1942. Dr. Philip Hench Mayo Clinic Rochester, Minnesota Dear Phil:
In recent years I have undertaken to become the historian of the
Michie family and have been gathering data wherever I can. Atch has,
of course, been familiar with this activity and recently sent me a
card to the effect that "a Major Michie had something to do with Walter
Reed's discovery of the cure for yellow fever.. . . My brother Phil,
out at the Mayo Clinic, can tell you about him, I believe, if you want
to find out something about him." I am indeed very much interested in
the matter and would appreciate any information that you can give me.
With kindest regards, I am Sincerely yours, Thomas J. Michie TJM/RG



* notes on descendants. Virginia Militia in the Revolutionary War Full
Context of
Michie, George, S. L., R. Dec. 10, 1781.


Michie, James, S. L., S. Sept. 8, 1777--under S. Richardson.]

Aberdeenshire, Scotland: Parish and Probate Records


History of Albemarle County in Virginia
Chapter 7
Chapter 7 is simply entitled "Account of Families."

MICHIE, Adeline, father, James (son of John A.)

MICHIE, Alexander H., father, James (son of John A.)

MICHIE, Ann, father, John A.

MICHIE, Catharine, father, James Jr. (Beau Jim), married ROGERS,
William A.

MICHIE, Chapman, father, Jonathan






MICHIE, Claudius N., father, James Jr. (Beau Jim)

MICHIE, Cornelia, father, James Jr. (Beau Jim)

MICHIE, David, father, Patrick

MICHIE, David, father, William Jr.

MICHIE, David, father, William, died 1850

MICHIE, Elizabeth, father, John A., married BROWN, Bezaleel G.

MICHIE, Elizabeth, father, Patrick, married MAUPIN, Thomas

MICHIE, Eugene, father, James Jr. (Beau Jim)

MICHIE, Frances, father, Jonathan, married HEWITT, Dr. R.N.

MICHIE, Frances, father, William Jr.







MICHIE, Frances J., father, John A.

MICHIE, Franklin, father, Jonathan

MICHIE, Henry Clay, father, James (son of John A.)

MICHIE, Dr. J. Augustus, father, James (son of John A.)

MICHIE, James, father, John

MICHIE, James, father, Patrick

MICHIE, James, father, John A., married GARTH, Frances, died 1850

MICHIE, James Jr. (Beau Jim), father, William, married GRAVES, Eliza,
died 1847

MICHIE, Dr. James W., father, William Jr.

MICHIE, John, died 1777





MICHIE, John A., father, William, married JARMAN, Frances, died 1827

MICHIE, John E., father, John A.

MICHIE, John Jr., father, John

MICHIE, John P., father, Jonathan

MICHIE, Jonathan, father, John A., married MICHIE

MICHIE, Joseph P., father, James Jr. (Beau Jim)

MICHIE, Lucian, father, James Jr. (Beau Jim)

MICHIE, Lucy, father, William, married RICHARDS, Benjamin

MICHIE, Margaret, father, Jonathan, married MICHIE, Dr. Theodore

MICHIE, Martha, father, John A.




MICHIE, Martha, father, Patrick, married DAVIS, Richard

MICHIE, Mary, father, John, married WOOD

MICHIE, Mary, father, John A.

MICHIE, Mary, father, Patrick, married MAUPIN, John

MICHIE, Mary, father, William, married MULLINS, John

MICHIE, Mary Elizabeth, father, James (son of John A.), married EARLY,
William T.

MICHIE, Nancy, father, Patrick, married GOODMAN, Joseph

MICHIE, Octavius, father, James Jr. (Beau Jim)

MICHIE, Oran, father, James Jr. (Beau Jim)

MICHIE, Patrick, father, John, married Frances, died 1799




MICHIE, Robert, father, John

MICHIE, Robert J., father, John A.

MICHIE, Sarah, father, John, married WOOD, Christopher

MICHIE, Sarah, father, John A.

MICHIE, Sarah, father, Patrick, married MARTIN, William G.

MICHIE, Susan, father, James (son of John A.)

MICHIE, Susan, father, Patrick, married MICHIE, William

MICHIE, Dr, Theodore, father, James Jr. (Beau Jim)

MICHIE, Theodosia, father, John A., married BROWN, Edmund

MICHIE, Theresa, father, James (son of John A.), married MICHIE,
Lucian

MICHIE, Thomas, father, James (son of John A.)

MICHIE, Thomas, father, Jonathan

MICHIE, William, father, John, married MILLS, Ann (#1), died 1811

MICHIE, William, father, John A

MICHIE, William Jr., father, William, married MICHIE, Susan

MICHIE, Virginia, father, James (son of John A.)

MICHIE, Virginia, father, James Jr. (Beau Jim)

History of Albemarle County in Virginia
Appendix, No.6

MICHIE, Robert




MILLS, Ann, father, David, married MICHIE, William

Chapter 7 is simply entitled "Account of Families."

Appendix 1 is a listing of tithe payers to the Orthodox Reformed
Presbyterian Church of Ivy Creek, Mountain Plain, and Rockfish
Congregations, dated 29 Mary 1747.

Appendix 2 includes the names of militiamen who defended the county in
September 1758 against Indian raiders.

Appendix 3 is a listing of volunteers from the Independent Companies of
Albemarle County who fourth in the Revolutionary War.

Appendix 4 includes the names of soldiers who fought in the
Revolutionary war.

Appendix 5 includes the names of military volunteers from the county
between 1794 and 1802.

Appendix 7 includes the names of representatives from the county in the
House of Burgess and Legislature.

Appendix 8 includes the names of person who emigrated from the county
and includes the destination.

Appendix 9 is a listing of persons who died in the county between 1744
and 1890.

Source Information:
Abshur, Becky, ed. Albemarle, Virginia Record of Families, 1744-1890
[database online]. Orem, UT: MyFamily.com, Inc., 1999. Original data:
Woods, Edgar, Rev. History of Albemarle County, Virginia.
Charlottseville, VA: The Michie Company Printers, 1901.

Albemarle County, Virginia Births, 1886-89
MICHIE, ROBERT
Birth Date: 14 SEPT 1889 Race: C
Father: ROBERT Gender: M
Mother: ALICE Notes:
Page: 594
Description:
Nestled in the Appalachian Mountains of central Virginia, Albemarle
County boasted a population of nearly 30,000 residents in the
mid-1880s. This database is a collection of birth records from the
county between 1886 and 1889. Taken from existing county documents held
by the state, it provides valuable information regarding nearly 2200
children. Researchers will find the child's name, race, sex, birth
date, and parents' names. Page numbers refer to the original county
document from which these records were taken. For researchers of
central Virginian ancestors, this database can be a valuable source of
information.

Source Information:
Fridley, Beth. Albemarle County, Virginia, Birth Records, 1886-1889.
[database on-line] Orem, UT: Ancestry, Inc., 1999.




* note. Janet believes that Scotch John was the son of Robert Michie who
was the son of John
* Immigration possible: Passenger and Immigration Lists Index (PILI).
Immigrant: Michie, John
Location: Virginia or Jamaica
Year: 1716 [29 June on the Elizabeth and Anne]
Publication:
DOBSON, DAVID. Scots on the Chesapeake, 1607-1830. Baltimore:
Genealogical Publishing Co., 1992. 169p.
Date and port of arrival or date and place of mention in the New World.
Birth date, occupation, names of family members, and a reference to
sources listed on pages ix-xiv may also be provided.
Page Number: 110
Document Type: Immigrant Record
Source: Passenger and Immigration Lists Index

_http://english-america.com/spls/717va001.html_
(http://english-america.com/spls/717va001.html)

All the information is from FamilyTreeMaker CD #354 (Passenger and
Immigration List Index 1538-1940)
Place-Virginia
Year-1716
Primary Individual-Michie, John
Source name:WHYTE, DONALD. A Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to the
USA. Vol 1. Baltimore. Magna Carta Book Co. 1972. 504p. 2nd pr. 1981.
Source annotation-Covers era prior to 1855. Compiled from
correspondence and monument inscriptions, 17th and mainly 18th cent.
Prepared for the Scottish Genealogical Society. 6,470 emigrants.
Source page-218
Place-Virginia or Jamaica
Year-1716
Primary individual-Michie, John
Source name: DOBSON, DAVID. Scots on the Chesapeake 1607-1830.
Baltimore. Genealogical Publishing Co. 1992.
Source annotation-Date and port of arrival or date and place of mention
in the New World. Birth date, occupation, names of family members and a
reference to sources listed on pages may also be provided.
Source page - 110
Place-Virginia or Jamaica
Year-1716
Primary individual, Michey, John
Source name: HEADLAM, CECIL, editor. Calendars of State Papers Colonial
Series, American and West Indies, Jan 1716-July 1717. London. His
Majesty's Stationery Office, 1930. Vol 29 pp 166-171
Source annotation-Lists some 600 Scotish rebel prisoners transported to
the American Colonies in 1716.
Source page 169
Place-Virginia
Year-1716
Primary Individual-Michey, John
Source name:WHYTE, DONALD--Same as the 1st listing for John Michie.
Source page is also 218
Place-Virginia or Jamaica
Year-1716
Primary Individual-Michey, John
Source name: SMITH, CLIFFORD NEAL "Transported Jacobite Rebels, 1716"
in National Genealogical Society Quarterly Vol 64:1 (March 1976) pp
27-34
Source annotation-List of about 300 Scottish rebels captured at the
Battle of Preston, Lancashire, in 1716 and transported variously to S.
Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, Jamaica, Leeward Islands, St, Christopher
and Barbados.
Source pge 31
Place-York, Virginia
Year-1716
Primary individual-Michey, John
Source name: DOBSON, DAVID. Directory of Scots Banished to the American
Plantations 1650-1775. Baltimore. Genealogical Publishing Co. 1984.
239p.
Source page 161
Place-Yorktown, Virginia
Year-1716
Primary individual-Michy, Jno
Source name: "List of Rebel Prisoners Imported by Capt. Edward Trafford
in the Elizabeth and Anne from Liverpole (sic) 1716" In Calendar of
Virginia State Papers. Vol 1; the state, 1875. pp. 185-186
Source page 186.
Happy reading!
Mary

* Immigration: WHYTE, DONALD. A Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to the
USA. Vol. 1. Baltimore: Magna Carta Book Co., 1972. 504p. 2nd pr.,
1981. , 1716. Immigrant: Michie, John
Location: Virginia
Year: 1716
Publication:
WHYTE, DONALD. A Dictionary of Scottish Emigrants to the USA. Vol. 1.
Baltimore: Magna Carta Book Co., 1972. 504p. 2nd pr., 1981.
Covers era prior to 1855. Compiled from correspondence and monument
inscriptions, 17th and, mainly, 18th century. Prepared for the Scottish
Genealogical Society. 6,470 emigrants.
Page Number: 218
Document Type: Immigrant Record
Source: Passenger and Immigration Lists Index


1716 aboard Elizabeth and Ann out of Liverpool

* query. James Watson and John Michie [Meakie, Mickie, Meaky] came to
Virginia from Scotland [transported on the Elizabeth and Anne] both
patented land in Hanover Co in 1731.
James Watson married Barbary ? Their daughter Mary Watson married
David Wood and they removed to Albemarle @1744



Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly • Queries

* notes: A Merchant's Account Book: Hanover County, Virginia, 1743-44. A
Merchant's Account Book: Hanover County, Virginia, 1743-44
Mr John Michie in Hanover [materials, buttens, rugs, boys hatts,
pepper, nails, table knives and forks, hunting sadle and curb bridle.

1743/4 by John Michie 1191 Tobacco
" quit rents of 300 acres, 4
leaviss 184 -/7-/-
" 8/
" Octt 16 50 yds cotton, thread, 4
boys hatts, 50 ells ozen brigs, 17 yd Plad; Nov 1 1 Rose rug, 1 hank
of silk to bal due Cargo at Hollands. 1744 Contra Oct'r by bal due
him at settlement.
* possibilities. Father: Robert MICHIE b: ABT. 1660 in Argleshire,
Scotland



Mother: Margaret FARQUHARSON Father: John FARQUHARSON b: BEF. 1645





David Mudge
_http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2531376&id=I4240_
(http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2531376&id=I4240)
* Land: Virginia Genealogical Society Quarterly. Virginia Genealogical
Society Quarterly • volume XXIV • volume XXIV, number 4 (01-NOV-1986) •
Virginia Land Patent Book 17, Pages 1-255 (1735-1736)

* WAR SERVICE: Battle of Preston, 1716.
_http://www.tartans.com/articles/prestonpans2a.html_
(http://www.tartans.com/articles/prestonpans2a.html)
* possibilities: 'Jacobites of N E Scotland' by Frances McDonnell
published in 1996. As I recall, you are looking for the origins of a
'Scotch John Michie' who was forced to settle in Virginia USA after the
1745 Rising.
I have now had a look at 'Jacobites of N E Scotland' by Frances
McDonnell published in 1996.
She lists perhaps a thousand names from the various records and found
only one Michie namely John Michie of West Achmore, Glenrinnes [in
Moray I think]. No other information is given. Your John Michie who
was listed on board ship also should have been listed at his trial and
so I guess that this probably (rather than possibly or definitely) is
your ancestor.
I copy this to George Watt who is interested in Michies in case he can
help.
Good luck




JOHN MICHIE
Male

Event(s):
Birth:
Christening:
11 JUN 1698 Strathdon, Aberdeen, Scotland
Death:
Burial:

Parents:
Father: JAMES MICHIE Family

Messages:
Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the
record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the
birth or christening date.

Source Information:
Batch No.: Dates: Source Call No.: Type: Printout Call No.:
Type:
C112402 1667 - 1701 0993299 Film 6902866 Film





JOHN MICHIE
Male

Event(s):
Birth:
Christening:
23 MAY 1685 Strathdon, Aberdeen, Scotland
Death:
Burial:

Parents:
Father: ROBERT MICHIE Family

Messages:
Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the
record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the
birth or christening date.

Source Information:
Batch No.: Dates: Source Call No.: Type: Printout Call No.:
Type:
C112402 1667 - 1701 0993299 Film 6902866 Film
Sheet: 00
* wills. Michie, James 1782
Michie, John 1777
File: wills1748-1800.txt)
ALBEMARLE COUNTY – INDEX TO WILLS AND ADMINISTRATIONS, 1748-1800

Contributed by: Joan Renfrow

* bits and bobs.

John Michie's will was written in 1772 and probated in 1778 (see the
will at
_http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi/USA/Va/AlbemarleWill?read=3_
(http://cgi.rootsweb.com/~genbbs/genbbs.cgi/USA/Va/AlbemarleWill?read=3) ).
Edgar Woods says he died in 1777, and I keep seeing modern researchers
make the same assertion. Could someone tell me, please, how we know a
better death date than the "about 1778" that the will's probate
affords?

Thanks!

Scott
Since making the above posting, I've become convinced that the evidence
in relation to John's will probably does indicate a death date of
"about 1777."

The clerk's note after the will reads this way:

"At Albemarle August Court 1777
"This will was proved by the Oath of the Witnesses thereto & Ordered to
be Recorded, and at a Court held for the Same County January 8th 1778
on the Motion of Thomas Walker & Nicholas Lewis Executors therein named
who made Oath According to Law Certificate, was granted them for
obtaining a probat in due form, whereupon they gave Bond with Security
& Acknowledged the Same Accordingly."

Knowing that courts sit during prescribed time periods (called "terms")
and that a term of court can last for several months (for example, the
U.S. Supreme Court's "October 1999" term lasts until summer 2000), and
given that the reference to "August Court 1777" sits on a separate
line, I had believed that that line referred to the term of court, and
that "January 8th 1778" referred to the date, later during the same
term, when the executors first presented the will to the court.

However, I've since noticed that the clerk's note for the will that
precedes John Michie's will in the same will book begins with the line
"At Albemarle July Court 1777". So apparently a term of that court,
during the late 1770s, lasted a month or less. Also, Bill Cotton,
another participant in this forum, has pointed out to me (by private
e-mail) that public notice of the presentation of the will was required
before the will could be probated, and that, if John had died in early
1778, there would not have been enough time after his death to complete
the required notice by January 8.

So, with a little egg on my face, I acknowledge that our great, great,
great, etc., etc., grandfather John Michie died "about 1777."

Hope my confusion didn't confuse anyone else!


John married Mary-[719] [MRIN:143].

Children from this marriage were:

i. Robert MICHIE R.S.-[436]
ii. Patrick MICHIE-[720] was born in 1725 in Goochland Co., VA and died in
1799 in Earlyville??louisa Co VA, at age 74.
iii. William MICHIE-[722] was born in 1741-1744 in Louisa Co VA and died in
1811 in Albemarle Co VA, at age 70.
iv. James MICHIE-[723] was born @1730 in Louisa Co VA(1) and died in 1778
in Louisa Co VA(1).
v. Sarah [Wood] MICHIE-[724] died in 1815 in Albemarle Co VA.
vi. Mary [Wood] MICHIE-[726] died in Earlyville, Albemarle Co., VA.
vii. Elizabeth MICHIE-[812] was born in Louisa Co VA.

9. Mary -[719] died before 1777.

Mary married "Scotch" John MICHIE-[446] [MRIN:143].

10. James WATSON-[751] .

Noted events in his life were:

* note. This is the James Watson who came on the Elizabeth and Ann
with
John Michie


James Watson and John Michie [Meakie, Mickie, Meaky] came to Virginia
from Scotland [transported on the Elizabeth and Anne] both patented
land in Hanover Co in 1731.
James Watson married Barbary ? Their daughter Mary Watson married
David Wood and they removed to Albemarle @1744

James married Barbary-[752] [MRIN:254].

Children from this marriage were:

i. Elizabeth WATSON-[750] was born in 1733 in Louisa Co VA and
died in Feb 1800 in Louisa Co VA, at age 67.
ii. Anna WATSON-[437]

James next married Barbary-[752] [MRIN:754].

Children from this marriage were:

i. Anna WATSON-[437]

11. Barbary -[752], daughter of Unknown and Unknown.

Barbary married James WATSON-[751] [MRIN:254].


Fifth Generation (Great Great Grandparents) from her on
total speculation based on one persons thoughts

16. Robert MICHIE-[1189], son of Unknown and Unknown, was born in 1660 in
Argleshire, Scotland.

Noted events in his life were:

* possibilities. from a gedcom, no guarantees.
_http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2531376&id=I4239_
(http://awt.ancestry.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=:2531376&id=I4239)

Robert married Margaret FARQHARSON-[1190] [MRIN:403] in 1681 in Castleton
of
Corgarf, Aberdeenshire.

Children from this marriage were:

i. "Scotch" John MICHIE-[446]

17. Margaret FARQHARSON-[1190], daughter of John FARQHARSON-[1191] and
daughter of Farquharson of Bellamore-[1880].

Noted events in her life were:

* possiblities. Lanarkshire, Aberdeenshire, Banff, Ayr, & Stirling: -

Commissariot Record of Hamilton and Campsie, Register of Testaments,
1564-1800 List of Baptisms The Commissariot Record of Aberdeen.
Register of Testaments, 1715-1800. County: Aberdeenshire Country:
Scotland Michie, Elspet, in Uppertoun of Glenbucket 23 Dec 1783


Margaret married Robert MICHIE-[1189] [MRIN:403] in 1681 in Castleton of
Corgarf, Aberdeenshire.

Sixth Generation (3rd Great Grandparents)

34. John FARQHARSON-[1191], son of Robert FARQHARSON of Allargue-[1881]
and
Elspet ANDERSON of Candacraig-[1882], was born before 1645.

John married daughter of Farquharson of Bellamore-[1880] [MRIN:405].

Children from this marriage were:

i. Margaret FARQHARSON-[1190]

35. daughter of Farquharson of Bellamore -[1880], daughter of Robert
FARQHARSON of Bellamore-[1883] and Unknown.

daughter married John FARQHARSON-[1191] [MRIN:405].

Seventh Generation (4th Great Grandparents)

68. Robert FARQHARSON of Allargue-[1881] .

Noted events in his life were:

* family. Robert Farquharson, 1st of Crathie (a 1655)
<farquharson01.htm> m. Elspet Anderson 1. John Farquharson, 2nd of
Crathie, 1st of Allargue m1. ? Farquharson (dau of Robert Farquharson
of Bellamore) A. Andrew Farquharson, 2nd of Allargue m. Barbara Stewart
(dau of William Stewart of Aucholzie) i. John Farquharson, 3rd of
Allargue (a 11.1746) m. Anne Farquharson a.+ 6 children ii.+ other
issue - Charles (dsp), William (dsp)
<_http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/british/ff/farquharson03.htm_
(http://www.stirnet.com/HTML/genie/british/ff/farquharson03.htm) >


Robert married Elspet ANDERSON of Candacraig-[1882] [MRIN:594].

Children from this marriage were:

i. John FARQHARSON-[1191]

69. Elspet ANDERSON of Candacraig-[1882] .

Elspet married Robert FARQHARSON of Allargue-[1881] [MRIN:594].

70. Robert FARQHARSON of Bellamore-[1883] .

Robert married (name unknown).

Children from this marriage were:

i. daughter of Farquharson of Bellamore-[1880]

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