Matthew Kinchin1

d. circa 1737
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4th great-granduncle of William Lemuel Horn Jr.
6th great-granduncle of Laura Jane Munson.
Family Background:
Horn and Allied Families
     Matthew Kinchin was the son of William Kinchin and Elizabeth Ruffin.1 He died unmarried circa 1737.1
Additional Data
Matthew Kinchin was mentioned in his father William Kinchin's will dated 13 August 1734 in Isle of Wight County.1

On 13 July 1753, William Taylor conveyed to Etheldred Taylor 750 acres on the south side of Nottoway River and on the lower side of the Three Creeks, purchased of Christopher Hill by William Kinchin, deceased, and by him devised to his son Matthew Kinchin, and by the latter devised to the said William Taylor.2


  1. [S550] John Bennett Boddie, Seventeenth Century Isle of Wight County Virginia; A history of the County of Isle of Wight, Virginia, during the Seventeenth Century, including abstracts of the county records (Chicago: Chicago Law Printing Company, 1938), 230.
  2. [S1017] Thomas L. Hollowak, indexed by, Genealogy of Virginia Families from the William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, 5 vols. (Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1981), V: 389. "Taylor of Southampton, Etc.," by W.G. Stanard, from Vol. XXII (1914) 446-447; XXIII (1915) 104-105, 218-220, 323-324, 435-436; XXIV (1916) 102-103, 213-214.