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  • ID: I524
  • Name: James MCGOUGH
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: ABT 1760 in Harford County, MD
  • Death: ABT 1812 in Summerhill, Croyle Township, Cambria County, PA
  • Burial: Cambria County, PA
  • Religion: Roman Catholic
  • Note:
    !MILITARY: 1778 "McGAW", James signed Oath of Fidelity, Harford Co, MD Box 3, Folder 47, P. 1 INDEX TO REV WAR PAPERS:"McGAW", James on "A return of draughts and substitutes --who have not yielded their service or been discharged by the Lieutenants." 1782 Harford Co - Oct. Box 15, Folder 11, Pg 12
    !RESIDENCES: 1790, 1800 Harford County, MD 1805, 1810 Cambria County, Conemaugh Township.
    !LAND: 1798 Federal Assessments. {MDHR Film M864-2; M3472-8 1798 Dwellings} 1799 Certificate of Survey. {MDHR 17,479a 1-23-4-35} 12 1/2 Acres. "The Turkey Range". 1802 Patent. LAND OFFICE {Liber IC #Q Folio 144} "The Turkey Range" to Amos JONES from James McGOUGH. 1803 Conveyance. {MDHR Liber HD #a Folio 483} "Travellers Rest" Thomas McGOUGH/Patrick DEMPSEY to James McGOUGH, of John. 1805 Conveyance. {Liber HD #R Folio 540-2} "Travellers Rest" to Thomas Montgomery from James McGOUGH/wife Hester. 1807 Conveyance. Somerset County, PA VOL 4; Pg 334. Christian TROYER to James McGOUGH. 1815 Cambria County land sold to settle estate.
    !ESTATE: 1812 Cambria County VOL 11-387; File #18. Died intestate.
    1798 FEDERAL ASSESSMENTS: Deer Creek Upper Value Revalue McGEAUGH, James 1 house $45. 145 Acres 20 Perches $221.81 $249.54 McGEAUGH, Thomas 1 house $45. 145 Acres 20 Perches $221.81 $249.54 McGEAUGH, James 1 house $45. 126 Acres 120 Perches $221.81 $249.54 McGEAUGH, Thomas 1 house $45. 126 Acres 120 Perches $221.81 $249.54 1 Oct 1798 McGAUGH, James 1 dwelling; 4 outhouses; 2 Acres; $100.00
    Particulars: McGEAUGH, James: Part of "Travellers Rest" 126.7 Acres; 1 dwelling house 14 x 16; 1 story; 1 window, 8 lights, 8 x 10 house, 1 kitchen 12 x 14 ft. All wood. McGEAUGH, Thomas: Part of "Travellers Rest" 126.7 Acres, 1 dwelling house 14 x 16, 1 story, 1 window, 8 lights, 8 x 10 ft stable, 1 cover house 10 x 12 ft. All wood.
    Slaves: McGEAUGH, James: 1 (of all ages), 1 (above 12 & under 50), subject to taxes
    DEED: Land Office (Patent Record) {IC #Q p. 144} Patent 7 Oct 1802 12 1/2 Acres [MdHR 17,479a, 1-23-4-35] James McGough's certificate of survey for THE TURKEY RANGE, surveyed 16 November 1799. Land patented to Amos JONES 7 October 1802. State of Maryland by virtue of a common warrant granted out of the land office on the western shore of this state of the 28 Oct 1799 to lay out for James McGOUGH of Harford County 5 acres of vacant land in any part of the western shore of this state not formerly surveyed for nor cultivated any by person -- I do hereaby certify that I have surveyed and carefully laid out for and in the name of him the said James McGOUGH a tract or parcel of landing bounding as follows VIZ: lying in Harford County. Beginning at the end of 14 perches in the fifth line of a tract called WILLIAMS INHERITANCE surveyed for Hugh WHITEFORD (of Michael) and running thence with said tract reversely the two following courses VIZ: S 43 degrees E 14 perches to two Bounded Chestnuts on a barren hill N 74 degrees and a half degree E 45 perches to a Bounded Hickory standing in the 12th line of a tract of land called "BELLEFARM" surveyed for Colonel Ignatius WHEELER then running with said land with an allowance of one degree for variation the two following courses VIZ: S 29_ W 30 and a half perches until it intersects the N 11 degrees and a half E one perch line of a tract of of land called "TRAVELLERS REST" surveyed for Elizabeth McGOUGH then bounding bounding on said trct the two following courses VIZ: N 10 degrees and half a degree E 26 perches. N 66 degrees and half a degree E 50 perches and thence by a straight line to the beginning containing 12 Acres and a half more or less to be held by the name of "The TURKEY RANGE". November 16, 1799 David CLARK 29 October 1800 Examined and passed. Vachel STEVENS Esq, gentleman. On which certificate was the following receipt VIZ: Rec'd Octover 30, 1800 One pound 18 shillings and one penny half penny for caution. Thomas HARWOOD, treas. HARFORD COUNTY. Know all by these presents that I James McGOUGH for and in consideration of the sum of 30 pounds specie toto me in hand paid I hereby assign and make over unto Amos JONES his heirs and assigns forever all my right title and property claim intrust and demand of in and to certificate for 12 1/2 Acres of the reserve land called TURKEY RANGE given under my hand and seal this 5th day of October 1802. James McGOUGH (seal) Witness Present: Thos. MONTGOMERY.
    15 Oct 1802 [MDHR 17,179a, 1-23-4-35] Liber ICS;Folio 3 [12 1/2 Acres] 1803 {Hd Q 483 MDHR}"Travellers Rest" bought from Thomas McGOUGH and Patrick DEMPSEY
    DEED: HD #a 483 MdHR Patrick DEMPSEY and Thomas McGOUGH to James McGough (of John) TRAVELLERS REST. This indenture made this seventeenth day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and three Between Patrick DEMPSEY and Thomas McGOUGH both of Harford County in the State of Maryland Planters of the one part and James McGOUGH of county and State aforesaid of the other part Witnesseth that the said Patrick DEMPSEY and Thomas McGOUGH on account of a former purchase of the said James McGOUGH, (of John McGOUGH), who originally purchased the said land of the Intendant and in consideration of the sum of fifty pounds paid to a certain James WALTON of York County in the state of Pennsylvania before the signing, sealing and delivery of these presents, the receipt whereof they the said Patrick DEMPSEY and Thomas McGOUGH doth acknow- ledge and thereof and of every part thereof doth acquit and discharge the said James McGOUGH his Executors, administrators and assigns, they the said Patrick DEMPSEY and Thomas McGOUGH hath granted bargained and sold assigned aliened ensceoffed conveyed and confirmed and by these presents, doth grant bargain and sell assign alien ensceoff confirm and convey to him the same James McGOUGH his heirs and assigns forever. Part of a tract or parcel of land called TRAVELLER'S REST situate lying and being in Harford County and the State aforesaid. Beginning at the end of the eighth line of the whole Tract at a stone and running thence N 55 degrees E 12 perches to a stone thence running N 41 degrees W 39 perches, and three quarters of a perch to a stone thence running N 39 degrees E 124 perches to a stone thence N 53 degrees W 80 perches to a Bounded Chesnut sapling standing on the Bank of Broad Creek on the East side thence running S 41 degrees W 64 perches to a Bounded Black Oak sapling S 50 degrees W 23 perches and a half perch to a Bounded Black Oak thence S 52 degrees and one quarter of a degree W 101 perches to a stone S 52 degrees E 72 perches to a Bounded Chestnut sapling then S 22 degrees and one quarter E 40 perches to a Bounded white oak thence N 76 degrees E 75 perches to the Beginning containing and laid out for 127 Acres and 20 perches, more or less together with the Buildings and Improvements thereon. Priviledges and appurtenances thereto belonging or anywise appertaining and all the right, title and Interest of them the said Patrick DEMPSEY and Thomas McGOUGH therein at thereto To Have and To Hold the said Part of a Tract or Parcel of Land as above described with the Premises and appurtenances to him the said James McGOUGH his heirs and assigns forever to his and their only use and benefit and for no other use, intent or purpose whatsoever and the said Patrick DEMPSEY and Thomas McGOUGH for their heirs further Covenants and agrees to and with the said McGOUGH for his heirs and assigns that the said Patrick DEMPSEY and Thomas McGOUGH and their heirs the above sold and Bargained Premises and appurtenances against them the said Patrick DEMPSEY and Thomas McGOUGH and their heirs and against all and every other Person and Persons whatever claiming or to claim by through or under them the said Patrick DEMPSEY and Thomas McGOUGH or their heirs unto the said James McGOUGH his heirs and assigns shall and will warrant and defend forever by these Presents. In Witness where of the said Patrick DEMPSEY and Thomas McGOUGH hath hereunto set their hands, and seals, the day and year first above written. Signed, Sealed and delivered In the Presence of Nich. D. McCOMAS. SIGNED: Patrick DEMPSEY Thomas McGOUGH Received of James McGOUGH the sum of 50 pounds current money it being the full consideration money for the within bargained and sold Land and Premises. Received this 17th day of May 1803 for us. Patrick DEMPSEY Thomas McGOUGH Test: Nich. D. McCOMAS, Stephen RIGDON On the 17th day of April Personally appeared before us the subscribers (two) of the State of Maryland Justices of the Peace for Harford County the within named Patrick DEMPSEY and Thomas McGOUGH and acknowledged this instrument of writing to be their act and deed and the within Bargained and sold Land and Premises to be the right and estate of the within named James McGOUGH his heirs and assigns forever. Elizabeth, wife of DEMPSEY and Sarah, wife of Thomas McGOUGH release their dower rights. Both of them being Privately examine out of the hearing of their husbands agreeable to the act of assembly in such cases approved acknowledged their release of dowers in and to the aforesaid Bargained and Sold Land and Premises unto the said James McGOUGH his heirs and assigns forever. Acknowledged before Nich. D. McCOMAS, Stephen RIGDON. Received and recorded the 31st day of May Eighteen Hundred and three. Henry DORSEY
    DEED: 1804 {Hd R 540-2 MDHR}"Travellers Rest" sold to Thomas MONTGOMERY. March 19th, 1805 delivered to Grantee. This indenture made this first day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and five between James McGOUGH of Harford County in the State of Maryland Planter of one part and Thomas MONTGOMERY of county and State aforesaid of the other part wittnesseth that the said James McGOUGH for and in consideration of the sum of nine hundred Spanish milled dollars of the value of seven shillings and six pence each current money of Maryland to have in hand paid by the said Thomas MONTGOMERY before the signing sealing and delivering of these presents the receipts whereas the said James McGOUGH doth hereby acknowledge and there of and of every part thereof doth aquit and discharge the said Thomas MONTGOMERY his executors and assigns. He the said James McGOUGH hath Granted Bargained and sold assigned aliened ensceosseds conveyes and confirmed and by these Presents doth grant bargain and sell assingn alien ensceossed convey and confirms to him the said Thomas MONTGOMERY his heirs and assigns forever. Part of a Tract or parcel of land called TRAVELLER'S REST lying and being in Harford (part of page did not copy)...N 41 degrees W 39 perches and one quarter of a perch to a stone hence running N 39 degrees E 124 perches, to a stone standing on the second line of the whole tract and 15 perches from the Beginning of said lines receiving with the whole Tract the 7 following lined. N 53 degrees W 82 perches perches to a Bounded Chestnut Sapling thence S 41 degrees W 64 perches to a Bounded Black Oak Sapling thence S 50 degrees W 23 perches and half a perch to a Bounded Black Oak. S 52 degrees and one quarter W 101 degrees to a Stone by a road and running thence S 52 degrees E 72 perches to a Bounded Chestnut Sapling thence running S 22 and three quarters degrees E 40 perches to a place thence S 76 degrees West half a perch distant from a Bounded White Oak thence N 76 degrees W half a perch distant from a Bounded White Oak thence N 76 degrees E 75 perches to a Beginning containing and laid out for 127 Acres and 20 perches of land more or less together with the Buildings and improvements thereon Belonging or in anywise appurtaining and all the right, title and interest of him the said James McGOUGH wherein and thereto To Have and To Hold the said part of a perch of parcel of land as above described with the premises and appurtenances to him the said Thomas MONTGOMERY his heirs and assigns forever to his and their only use and benefit and for no other use intent or purpose whatever and the said James McGOUGH for himself and his heirs further covenants and agrees to and with the said Thomas MONTGOMERY for himself and his heirs and assigns that he the said James McGOUGH and his heirs the above Bargained and sold premises and appurtenances against them the said James McGEOUGH and his heirs and against all and any others person or persons whatever clainimg or to claim by through or under him the said James McGOUGH or his heris unto the said Thomas MONTGOMERY his heirs and assigns shall and will warrant and forever defend by these presents. In witness whereof the said James McGOUGH hath hereunto set his hand and seal the day and year first above written. Signed, sealed and delivered. In the presence of Nich. D. McCOMAS, Thos. AYRES Signed: James McGOUGH Received of Thomas MONTGOMERY the sum of nine hundred dollars current money it being the full consideration money for the within Bargained and sold lands and premises received this first day of November 1804. To me James McGOUGH Test Nich. D. McCOMAS On the first day of November 1804 before us the Subriber two of the State of Maryland Justices of the peace for Harford County personally appeared James McGOUGH and acknowledged the within instruments of writing to be his act and deed and the land and premises therein mentioned to be the right and estate of THomas MONTGOMERY his heirs and assigns forever according to the true intent and meaning of the same and at the same time Hester McGOUGH wife of said James McGOUGH and being by us examined out of the hearing of her husband acknowledged freely her release of Dower in and to the aforesaid Bargained and sold land and premises unto said Thomas MONTGOMERY his heirs and assigns forever. In witness whereof we have here unto set our hands the date aforesaid. Nich. D. McCOMAS Acknowledged Before Thos. AYRES. Received and recorded the fifth day of January Eighteen hundred and five. Henry DORSEY, Clke
    DEED: 1807 PA Somerset County, VOL 4; Pg. 334. This indenture made the 25th day of May in the year of our Lord One Thousand and Eight Hundred and Seven Between Christian TROYER of Somerset County and Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and Elizabeth, his wife of the one Part and James M'GOUGH of Conemaugh Township of the other part. Wittnesseth whereas the Commonwealth aforesaid by this Patent bearing date of the twelfth day of November in the year of our Lord one thousand Eight hundred and two did grant Solomon ADAMS a certain Tract of Land called HERMITAGE situate in the Forks of Paint Creek formerly in Quemohoning now Connamaugh Township Somerset County and Commonwealth aforesaid containing four hundred and thirty eight acres a quarter and the usual allowance of 6 % for Roads &c. Now this indenture witnesseth that the said Christian TROYER and Elizabeth his wife for and in consideration of the sum of Four Hundred Dollars lawfull money of the Commonwealth aforesaid to them paid by the said James M'GOUGH the following described part of the above described Tract of land and bounded as follows: Beginning at a Sugar Tree thence by the residue of said tract North Eighty-five degrees West twelve perches and eight tenths of a perch to a post thence by the same South six degrees West one hundred and seventy perches to a post thence North sixty degrees West fifty-four perches to a Chestnut Oak North seventy-two degrees West two hundred eight perches and four tenths to a Post North forty four degrees East one hundred and sixty-five perches to a Sugar Tree thence South fifty-eight degrees East one hundred and sixty-six perches to a Hickory thence South five degrees West twenty-six perches to the Beginning containing two hundred and two Acres and the allowance of six % for Roads &c. To Have and to Hold the above described part of the above described Tract of land called HERMITAGE with all and singular the appurtenances unto said part belonging unto the said James M'GOUGH his heirs and assigns forever and the said Christian TROYER and Elizabeth his wife their heirs, Executors and Administrators doth covenant, promise, grant and agree to and with the said James M'GOUGH his heirs and assigns by these presents that they the said Christian TROYER and Elizabeth his wife their Heirs the above described Tract of land herby granted with the appurtenances unto the said James M'GOUGH his heirs and assigns against them the said Christian TROYER and Elizabeth his wife their heirs and against all and every other person or persons lawfully claining the same or any part there- of shall and will warrant and forever defend by these presents. Signed: George WILL, Jacob SCHNEIDER. Christian TROYER, Elizabeth TROYER (X her mark) Received on this day of the date of the aforegoing Indenture of the above named James M'GOUGH. Four Hundred Dollars the consideration money in the aforegoing Deed mentioned in the presence of George WILL, Jacob SCHNEIDER Signed: Christian TROYER. SOMERSET COUNTY. On the 29th day of May 1807 personally appeared before me Jacob SCHNEIDER, Esq. one of Commonwealth Justice of Peace in and for the County of Somerset aforesaid Christian TROYER and Elizabeth his wife therein the within deed mentioined and acknowledged the same as and for their Act and Deed and described that the same might be recorded as such. She the said Elizabeth being of full age and by me examined separate and apart from her said husband declairs that she executes the same freely without any compulsion of her said Husband. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and Seal the day and year above written. Jacob SCHNEIDER, JP for SC Recorded 29th May 1807
    TAXES: Listed in 1805 Croyle Twp, Cambria Co, PA LORETTO CENTENARY: Paschal Confessions 1811 McGOUGH, James, John, Thomas, Esther, Esther, Sarah
    FAMILY STORY: Was a civil engineer for George WASHINGTON, did surveying for roads in PA. He was a farmer, school teacher, civil engineer and pioneer in Cambria Co., PA. May have been married twice (unproven). Died intestate. Mar. 1814 Estate acct presented in court. Settled Sept. 1815 Public sale of land in Nov 1815. Cambria County Orphans Court records.
    CENSUS 1790 Harford Co, MD Free white males All females Age 16+ Under 16 McGEOUGH,James 1 3 3
    CENSUS 1800 MD Harford Co FIFTH DISTRICT Males Females Slaves -10 10-16 26-45 -10 16-26 45+ MeGEOUGH,James 2 1 1 4 3 1 2
    CENSUS 1810 PA Cambria Co Conemaugh Twp Males Females -10 16-26 26-45 10-16 26-45 McGOUGH,James 4 1 1 4 1
    Estate Record VOL 11-387 File #18 Cambria Co Mar 1812: Accounts of sale for goods & chattels of James McGOUGH, dec'd. CAMBRIA COUNTY. The Commonwealth of PA the Sheriff of Cambria County presenting--Whereas Thomas McGOUGH eldest son of James McGOUGH late of Cambria County Deceased presented a petition to own _____of the Orphans Court of the said County ____that his father died Intestate leaving a widow and seven children VIZ Thomas, Ester intermarried with John Burke, Elizabeth, Rachel, Julian, James and Sally seized in his demesne a fee of and certain Tract of land situated in Conemaugh Township in said County containing two hundred and two acres or thereabouts adjoining Lands of __MURPHY and others and praying the court to award an Inquest to make partition of said property to and among the children of said deceased or any two or more of them, if such partition can be made without prejudice to or spoiling the whole, otherwise to value and appraise the same according to Law - and the said Inquest is awarded by the said Court, according to the prayer of the said petition Wherefore ___________ honest and lawful men of your Bailiwick you go to the said premises and there by their oath or affirmation, in the Presence of the parties aforesaid, by you to be warned if, upon being warned they will be present, the said tract of land with the appertenances, having respect to the true value thense you cause to be divided into seven equal parts if the same can be divided and if not, then into two or more. Inquisition indented and taken at the County of Cambria the 26th day of November One thousand eight hundred fourteen before James MELOY Esquire High Sheriff of the County aforesaid by virtue of the foregoing writ of partition to the said Sheriff directed by the oath of John KERNS, John PLUMMER, Gabrial DUNMIRE, Jacob TROXEL, Jacot SHANK, Jacob STULL, Christian ____, Conrad ___, the solemn affirmation of George KRING, Michael SAMUEL, John KRING, Conrad FYE. Twelve free honest and lawful men of his Bailiwick who on their oaths aforesaid do say that they went to the tract of land mentioned in the said writ and then and there did find that the said tract of land could not be parted and divided to and among the parties in the said writ named or any two or more of them without prejudicing to or spoiling the whole thereof and therefore the said inquest having valued and appraised at the sum of two dollars and seventy-five cents per acre. In testimony whereof as well the said inquest or the said Sheriff have hereto set their hands and seals the day aforesaid. John KERNS, John PLUMMER, Gabrial DUNMIRE, Jacob PAUL, ________, Jacob STULL, Christian____, Michael ____, John ____, Conrad FYE, Conrad MURPHY, James MELOY. Wherefore___________________James owned 202 acres of land in Conemaugh Twp when he died. NOTE: He is said to be buried in Loretto but there is no record of this. YOUR FAMILY TREE VOL. XXIII Winter 1977 Page 3: 1814 Mar. Petition of Thomas McGOUGH. The court awarded an inquest to the Sheriff no less than 15 days notice of the day of holding to be given by the Sheriff to the widow & guardians of the children under the age of 14.
    1814 Mar: Accounts of the administrator of the Estate of James McGOUGH, deceased, presented to the Court & approved.
    08 Mar 1814: On Petition, the Court appointed Isaac CRUM of Cambria Co to be guardian for the children of James McGOUGH, deceased, who are under the age of 14.
    Page 3 1/2: The Petition of Rachel & Julian McGOUGH, minor daughters, above the age of 14, of James McGOUGH, deceased, praying for liberty to chose a guardian was read & Pettitioners, by their attorney James MCRIDDLE, chose their mother, Elizabeth McGOUGH. Court approved. (Should be Ester)
    Page 3: Dec 1814: Petition of Hester McGOUGH, widow & Executrix of James McGOUGH, deceased, to have Luke McGUIRE, Esq. appointed guardian over persons & Estates of the children of the decease that are under the age of 14 years-in the rooms of Isaac CRUM. Court appoints him.
    Mar 1814: Petition of Elizabeth McGOUGH to have a guardian. Makes choice of Godfrey KNEPPER to be guardian over her person & Estate till she be of full age or is approved accordingly.
    Page 6: 05 Sep 1815: The parties in the Estate of James McGOUGH, deceased, appearing in Court & being called refused to take the land in the inquisition named at the appraisement on motion of the Court, that the land in said writ be exposed to public sale of the premises the first Mon of Nov next, legal notice of the same being first given.
    SPARROWS POINT, MD has been mentioned as having been owned by the McGOUGH family. The following is information about SPARROWS POINT: MD Gen Soc Bulletin Fall 1989 Vol 30 #4::The GREEN-SPARROW CONNECTION by Margaret SPARROW.--The SPARROW family had lived in MD since Thomas, the earliest immigrant, arrived in 1649, with his wife, servant & 2 children, part of the Puritan migration from VA to Anne Arundel Co. In addition to land in VA, NC, Anne Arundel & Calvert Cos, MD, SPARROW received one of the first grants in Baltimore Co, which became SPARROWS POINT. He & his children lived in Anne Arundel Co. After Thomas died, his widow Elizabeth (MARSH) married Col. Thomas TAYLOR, who repatented the Baltimore Co land on 15 Sep 1659. (Anne Arundel Co Deeds-Lib 4 Folio 107-109) {I have been unable to find any SPARROW-McGOUGH connection}

    James McGough owned slaves and came to Cambria County at age 35 where he freed his slaves.
  • Change Date: 19 FEB 2000



    Father: Miles MCGOUGH b: ABT 1730 in IRL
    Mother: Elizabeth (SPENCER) b: 16 MAY 1730 in MD

    Father: John MCGOUGH
    Mother: UNNAMED

    Marriage 1 Esther JAMES b: ABT 1763 in Baltimore County, MD
    • Married: ABT 1784 in Harford County, MD
    Children
    1. Has Children Thomas MCGOUGH b: ABT 1785 in Deer Creek Upper, Hundred, Harford County, MD
    2. Has Children Esther MCGOUGH b: 8 MAR 1792 in Virginia
    3. Has No Children (male) MCGOUGH
    4. Has Children Elizabeth MCGOUGH b: ABT 1799 in Harford County, MD
    5. Has Children Rachel MCGOUGH b: 16 MAY 1800 in Harford County, MD
    6. Has Children Juliana MCGOUGH b: ABT 1801 in Harford County, MD
    7. Has Children James J. MCGOUGH b: ABT 1805 in Harford County, MD
    8. Has Children Sarah (Sally) MCGOUGH b: ABT 1811 in Cambria County, PA

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