|Captain Peter McMicking U.E.L.
Captain Peter McMicking U.E.L. 1 2
- Born: 21 Feb 1731, New Luce, Scotland
- Marriage (1): Agnes
- Died: 13 Apr 1823, Stamford (Niagara Falls), Lincoln (Welland), Eastern District, Upper Canada (Ontario), Canada at age 92
From Brent Burnham 29 Apr 2002:
"Elizabeth's father, Peter McMicking is also listed on the Old United Empire Loyalist List Appendix B, Page 228-as a Captain in Butler's Rangers."
From Reg McMicking 2 Nov 2010:
"My records on Peter McMicking include a possible birth date of 1730. Death date is confirmed at 1823. He immigrated to Delaware with his brother Thomas and eventually fled to Upper Canada in 1797 during the American Revolutionary War.
Peter fled to Upper Canada with his brother Thomas, his brother's wife (Isabella), his brother's children, his own wife (Agnes), his children and his mother Janet Mulwain.
It is rumored that Thomas also had a slave named Robo.
Both he and his brother Thomas were granted 200 acres in the town of Clifton (now part of Niagara Falls) as a reward for their loyalty to the Crown.
Peter's wife was Agnes (1750-1827) and they had 3 known children. I believe they may have had 6 children but can find no records of more than 3. Their children include John (b. 1774), Elizabeth (b.1776,d1871) and Gilbert (b.aprox 1800)." 3
Died at age 93.
Peter married Agnes. (Agnes was born about 1750 and died on 3 Jan 1827 in Stamford (Niagara Falls), Lincoln (Welland), Eastern District, Upper Canada (Ontario), Canada.)
Web - Message Boards, Discussion Groups, Email, genforum.genealogy.com - Bastedo Family Genealogy Forum - "Peter McMicking" discussion - Reg McMicking 2 Nov 2010.
Web - Message Boards, Discussion Groups, Email, genforum.genealogy.com - Bastedo Family Genealogy Forum - "David Tice Bastedo" discussion - Brent Burnham 29 Apr 2002.