James (#1) Kile-Coyle

M, #208, b. circa 1700
ChartsPedigree - grandfather Tillman E Ash
Reference5G Grf
Birth*circa 1700 James (#1) Kile-Coyle was born circa 1700 father is possibly William. 
Event-Misc*  He had the following misc event: In Augusta Co. VA, there was a Scotch Irish settlement from about 1732 on. William Beverly was given a large land grant in 1736, and many settlers moved there. the very first Presbyterian church was Tinkling Springs at Fisherville VA, southeast of Staunton VA, Under record of Baptisms 1740-1749 Appendix F, book by Howard McKinght entitled "The Tinkling Spring" Headwater of Freedom, A study of the church and her people, 1732-1952". James Coil had a son James, baptized on 23 July 1749. A Robert Coil had his son Barnet, baptized on 30 Mar 1746. There was also a William Coile who had a daughter Lettice baptized here on 23 Dec 1740. (I have a copy of this book). This could well be our James Coil #1 and James Coil #2. Wonder when and why they left this area and went to Winchester VA?
     Wonder if this James, Robert and William were brothers? Certainly looks like they were related in some way. James Coile was a tithable - between the court house and Tinkling Springs in 1754. So he must have left Fisherville after 1754 and gone to Winchester. Why? Need to check land records in Augusta Co and see if he bought or sold any land and when.1 
Marriage* He married Ann (__________)
Deed*September 1750  In September 1750 at Christian's Creek, Augusta Co., Virginia: Chalkey's Chronicles - vol. 3 - p. 289 - Sept 1750 - James Coyle bought 410 acres in Augusta Co - James Patton, Gent., to James Coyle 410 acres sold to Patton by Moses Thompson 25 July 1744 on Christian's Creek where Coyl now lives.1 
DeedOctober 1750  In October 1750 at Christian's Creek, Augusta Co., Virginia: James Coyle conveyed 205 acres on Christian's Creek to Patrick McCallam.1 
TaxList*1754 James (#1) Kile-Coyle was a taxpayer in 1754 at Augusta Co., Virginia: James Coile was a tithable. Vol. 1 - Augusta Co. Court Records - order book 1 - p. 20 - 20 Aug 1746 - p. 73 - Wm Thompson to be overseer from court house to Tinkling Spring, already viewed, with these tithables - John Lynn and 3 sons, John Henderson, John Ramsey, John Preston, Wm. Palmer, David Stuart, James Coile, Joseph McClehill, Alexander Thompson, John Mitchell, John Hutchinson, Andrew Russell, George Caldwell and 2 sons.1 
Deed1758  In 1758 In 1758 James had sold off his land in Augusta Co and went to Winchester.1 
Deed4 May 1763  On 4 May 1763 at Frederick Co., Virginia: James Koile of Frederick Co., Va got 161 acres at gap of the North Mt. on both sides of the Gap Run and the Main Road that leads to the Great South Branch of the Potomack(sic.)1 
Event-Misc17 August 1769  On 17 August 1769 James (#1) Kile-Coyle had the following misc event: Chalkeys - vol 3 - p. 110 - cash paid to James Coyle by the estate of Col. James Patton.1 
Will*August 1769 He left a will in August 1769; Kathryn Hall has copy of will, where he names his wife and six children. She also has the inventory papers and sale bill papers.1 
Relationships5th great-grandfather of Kathryn Ann Rhinehart
3rd great-grandfather of Tillman E Ash

Family

Ann (__________)
Marriage* He married Ann (__________)
Children
Last Edited20 May 2004

Citations

  1. [S1600] Kathryn Kyle Hall research.