|Death: ||May 16, 1799|
St. Louis County
Wife is Sarah
He died in his son James McDonald Plantation in Jurisdiction, St., Andrew, Upper Louisian, Territory, Missouri
1760 Archibald McDonald son James McDonald born in Virginia
1764 Archibald McDonald son Joshua McDonald born in Virginia
1765 Archibald McDonald son William McDonald born in Virginia
1767 April 8 , Archibald McDonald Land Sales, Cox, Gabriel and wife Eleanor to Enoch Innis (Enoch) 162 acres on North Branch.
1768? Archibald McDonald daughter Eleanor Ellender Margaret McDonald and she married Lawrence Huff in Nelson county Kentucky
1771 Archibald McDonald daughter Mary Margaret McDonald born in Virginia
1773 October 12 Archibald McDonald Land Sales, Cox, Friend, (bor. of Isaac?) of Hampshire Co. and wife Susanna, to Isaac Hites.
1775 March 14 Archibald McDonald Land Sales, Cox, Isaac and wife Mary to Archibald McDonald, land on South Branch
1779 March 10 Archibald McDonald Land Sales, Cox, Gabiel of Yochogany County and wife Sarah, to Archibald McDonald of Hampshire County, 168 acres in Hampshire County.
1780 Archibald McDonald son James McDonald married in Nelson county, Kentucky to Elizabeth Piety
1782 Archibald McDonald in Tax list in Hampshire county, Virginia he has 8, White
1783 Archibald McDonald in Tax list in Amherst county, Virginia he 9, White
1785 Nelson county, Kentucky Archibald McDonald & son Joshua 2 1 David Cox 1785 Tax list David Cox: 1785: on all the waters of Cox's Creek, Simpton Creek Easterly to the Co. Line northerly of Chaplins Fork. Total 128.
1786 Nelson county, Kentucky Archibald McDonald; son Joshua 2 1 David Cox 1786 Tax list David Cox-1786 from where the County road crossed Salt River on the north side of said road including all the waters of Coxs Creek
1787 Nelson county, Kentucky Archibald McDonald; Joshua McDonald 2, 38 J. Ferguson 1787 Joshua Ferguson -1787 Capt Cox Company (Probably an area in present eastern Nelson Co.
1787 Archibald McDonald tithables list of Joshua Ferguson - Capt. Cox Company
Archibald McDonald ) son Joshua McDonald )2 Tax list (Probably an area in present eastern Nelson Co.
1787 June 12 Deed, Nelson county, Kentucky Archibald McDonald, wife Sarah, to Lawrence Huff,
50 acers., waters of Cox's Creek, part of a tract where McDonald
Lives, adj. William Bruce. 6/6/1787
1788 Feb 10 Nelson county, Kentucky Archibald McDonald to wife Sarah to Temple Cotton, for a valuable consideration, 100 Acers. Water of coxs creek adj, Lawrence Huff and Joshua McDonald.
1788 April 8 Archibald McDonald son Joshua McDonald married in Nelson county, Kentucky to Elizabeth Bruce
1788 June 10 Nelson county, Kentucky Archibald McDonald in the Nelson County Tithable List - 1788 The lists of tithables continued to be taken according to militia
Companies until the formation of the Commonwealth of Kentucky in 1792.
The Nelson County Court minutes for June 10, 1788 direct 17 people
To take tithables tn 19 assigned militie companies for 1788, of which
We have identified 13 covering 15 compnies. The missing lists and the
Probable area covered are: With each of the following lists, we have indicated the general
Assignment by the Court and shown on the original lists and our judgement as to the approximate area covered. One is David Cox - Those of his own Company
North central Nelson County around Cox's Creek is Archibald McDonald 1. James McDonald ) Thomas Piety )2. Son Joshua McDonald 1. Son John McDonald 1.
1788 Oct 9 Archibald McDonald daughter Mary Margaret McDonald married in Nelson county, Kentucky to Temple Cotton
1789 Nelson county, Kentucky Temple Cotton the Deed from Archibald McDonald
1789 Dec 9 Land Nelson county, Kentucky Archibald McDonald Peter Young, Wife Nancy, to Adam Young, L75 - 127 ½ Acers. On McDonalds Run, a branch of Cox's Creek, adj. James McDonald.
1790 Nelson county, Kentucky Archibald McDonald 1 67 Wm May 1790 Tax list William May ------1790: Capts McDaniels & McFalls Cos. (North Central Nelson Co)
1791 Nelson county, Kentucky Archibald McDanld 1 13 Thomas Morton 1791 Tax list Thomas Morton ------1791 George Berrys Co - North central Nelson Co.
1792 Nov 7 Archibald McDonald in Tax list in Nelson county, Kentucky 150 Acres
1795 April 21 Archibald McDonald "McDaniel" he opened his Dancing Schools. In Louisville. Kentucky. The Dancing School is in the home of Major John Harrison in Louisville, to be held every Second Friday and Saturday, following. One Quarter commencing on Friday the 24th day of April, Those Gentleman and Ladies who are Willing to Encourage this polite accomplishment, are hereby assured that Every attention in his power Shall be cheerfully Paaid to their Children or others that maybe introduced to his care. Mr. McDonald will Expect Five dollars for the quarter. Two of which must be paid at the time of entrance, the balance at the experation of the Quarter, the said Archibald McDonald doth therefore bind and oblige himself to teach such Schollars as May be Subscribed for provided the number of fifteen be subscribed. The modern method of dancing and the established rules odserved in dancing schools that he will at all times preserve, maintain and keep in his said school the utmost decorum and good order. We the Subscribers therefore agree for ourselves only to pay the said McDonald the sum of Two dollars for Each Schollars. We shall severally answer to our names thereafter mentioned that at the time of entrance we will each one for himself pay down the sum of 12/per scrolar and at the expiration of the said Quarter pay to the said McDonald the balance of 3 dollars per Scholar.
1795 Nov Archibald McDonald wife Sarah died in Nelson county, Kentucky
1795 Archibald McDonald "McDaniel" he opened his Dancing Schools. In Bardstown. Kentucky. The Dancing School is held in the house of Col. Joseph Lewis and the Subscriber is I. Cox, Bane, Stephens, Patterson, George Carrico, Coleman Brown, Jno Caldwell, James Smiley, Jonathan AmbroseFrederick Weller, Jonathan Hunter, James Edelin, Richard Rapier, William Weedon, Ben Grayson, John B. Davison, James Hackley, Goodrich Lightfoot, Thomas Eastland, Edmond Heard, Rice, Thomas Slaughter, John Coppersmith, Jno Lemaster, Thos Speed, and Hynes, Caleb Maxwell, Jno. Bissett, Samuel P. Jones, James Edelin, Stephen May, Jas. Crutcher, Cornelius Buckler.
1796 July 13 Archibald McDonald he opened his Dancing Schools. In Shelbyville. Kentucky. Subscribers: David Logan Sr, Thomas Bradshaw, William Hoghead, Thursby, Sam Perkins, Daniel McClelland, Mrs. Sorrels, William Huston, A Steel, Mattox, John Bradshaw, Rick Merriweather, one Scholar: James Wardlow, and Abraham Queen and Partner: Daniel Logan, Jr. and Partner: Matthew Crawford, Nicholas Ryland, Partner: John Gavey and Partner Hu Adams, Two Scholars, $6 Dollars Paid, Mrs. Ann Glen, ½ Scholar, $2.00 W Sullivan, for as Trustees to my School in Shelbyville: Stepto Blackwell, Capt. William Roberts, Adam Stile, Mr. Abraham Maddox, Mr. Abraham Owens.
1797 Nov 28 Archibald McDonald Spanish Land Grants in today St, Louis Missouri
Name McDonald A, Number 119, Locator ?, Date 28 Nov 1797.
1797 Dec 30 Archibald McDonald son James McDonald Spanish Land Grants , Number 102, Locator ?, Date 30 Dec 1797.
1798 Feb 1 Archibald McDonald son James McDonald land, Number 2033, Locator 59/ 49/ 8, Date 1 Feb 1798.
Archibald McDonald son in law Lawrence Hoff, Land Number 1829, Locator ?, Date ?. in the same time
1798 May 9 Archibald McDonald Arrest for Archibald McDonald in Nelson county, Kentucky Christopher Bringie, Sheriff of Nelson County, Kentucky, issues a Summons on 9 May 1798 Archibald McDonald as an Insolvent Debtor.
1799 May 16 Archibald McDonald died in his son James McDonald Plantation in Jurisdiction, St., Andrew, Upper Louisiana Territory, Missouri,
1808 Archibald McDonald son Joshua McDonald died in St. Louis county, Missouri
1821 July Archibald McDonald son James McDonald died in St. Louis county, Missouri
1849 Archibald McDonald daughter Mary Margaret McDonald died in Sullivan county, Indiana in Little flock cemetery
Sarah Polk McDonald (1732 - 1788)*
James McDonald (1760 - 1821)*
Eleanor Ellen McDonald Huff (1764 - 1805)*
William McDonald (1765 - 1766)*
Joshua McDonald (1768 - 1808)*
Mary Margaret McDonald Cotton (1771 - 1849)*
James McDonald Plantation Cemetery
St. Louis County
Created by: Garland Hill
Record added: Nov 30, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 62332776
In Memory of my 6th Great Grandfather.|
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My 5th great-grandfather|
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