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Title: Neill T. McNeill & Mary Leach

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Neill T. McNeill cemetery; Research of S.C. Edgerton of Raleigh, NC

HUSBAND

Neill T. ("Tailor") McNeill

Note: Neill T. McNeill was a soldier in War of 1812; local militia? Neill T. McNeill's children are found in the 1850 Census living near Neil B. Brown, Sr.'s family (relatives), the family of Catherine McPherson Brown (widow of Rev. Daniel Brown), and is living adjacent to another Neill McNeill and wife Sarah and their family who are as yet unknown. An Archibald McNeill and wife Isabella are living a couple doors away as well--is Archibald Neill T.'s brother? Neill T.'s marriage to Mary Leach is found in State of North Carolina. An Index to Marriage Bonds Filed in the North Carolina State Archives. Raleigh, NC, USA: North Carolina Division of Archives and History, 1977, bondsman was Duncan Leach who was perhaps her father.
Birth

1788

Place

Robeson County, NC

Chr

Place

Death

1881

Place

now Hoke County, NC

Burial

Place

Neill T. McNeill cemetery, Hoke Co., NC

Father

Neill McNeill, II

Mother

Flora (Riddle?)

Marriage

14 July 1829

Place

Cumberland Co., NC

#2 spouse

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WIFE

Mary Leach

Notes: Attended Antioch Pres. Church
Birth
1803
Place
Chr
Place
Death
1878
Place
Robeson Co., NC
Burial
Place
Neill T. McNeill cemetery, Hoke Co., NC
Father
(Duncan Leach?)
Mother
unknown
#2 spouse
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The following children are listed in the 1850 Census; some are buried in the Neill T. McNeill cemetery in Hoke County, NC. Sarah is not buried there; she is identified as his daughter through his 1881 Robeson County will. Duncan is also missing from the cemetery.
CHILDREN
Birth
Death
Spouse
Chart #
1. Catherine Ann McNeill
1831
1887
John Calvin Watson (married by Sept. 24, 1882, the date they transferred membership from Lebanon Church to Antioch Church)
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2. Flora McNeill
1833
1909
unmarried
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3. Duncan McNeill
c.1836-7
?
?
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4. Mary Jane McNeill
1838
1919
unmarried
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5. Neill A. McNeill
1842
1861
Confederate Soldier
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6. Sarah Margaret McNeill
c.1847
Joseph Alexander McBryde—married by May 2, 1868, the date they were received into the congregation at Antioch Church; 2 infant children died in 1890, though there were more children by this union. Joseph A. McBryde was the son of John A. and Jennet Currie McBryde who are buried in the McBryde-Leach cemetery near Maxton, NC.
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