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George Boone II
(1646-1706)
Sarah Mary Uppey
(Abt 1646-Abt 1726)
George Hinton Sr.
(Abt 1680-1747)
Persis Boone
(Abt 1685-After 1747)
William Hinton
(1718-Abt 1779)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Mary Jones

William Hinton

  • Born: 26 Sep 1718, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania
  • Marriage (1): Mary Jones
  • Died: Abt 31 Oct 1779, Rockingham County, Virginia about age 61
  • Buried: Rockingham County, Virginia
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bullet  General Notes:

Before his death, William Hinton had contracted to sell a part of his land to Ingle Bowyer. After William died, George Hinton (father of William?) and Ingle Boyer entered a caveat in General Court. William's 'heir at law' was Joseph Hinton, who removed to Kentucky in 1780 and was killed by Indians, leaving Thomas Hinton, his oldest son and heir, an infant of tender years. Mary Hinton, a devisee, died in May 1787, testate (will in Rockingham) and devised her estate to her brothers, Peter and Thomas. William Hinton, Jr. died testate (will in Rockingham) and devised his estate to orator and oratrix. Thomas Hinton is heir-at-law of Joseph Hinton, who was heir-at- law of William Hinton, Sr. Rebecca Hinton has married Joseph Grider, and resides in Kentucky. One James Hinton and Asher Waterman have located a survey on the land, and Peter Hinton, devisee of Mary, and also as purchase from Ingle Bowyer. Orators and oratrix are children of Evan Hinton, who went away from Virginia. Orator William lives in Kentucky. Will of William Hinton of Rockingham, blacksmith, dated 17 December 1779. Recorded in Rockingham. Estate to be kept together until son Thomas arrives at age. Wife, Mary; sons William, Joseph, Evan, Peter; daughters Mary and Rebeckah; executors, wife and Michael Warren. Will of Mary Hinton of Rockingham, dated May 13, 1787. Mother, Mary Hinton; sister, Rebeckah, devisee, brother Peter Hinton, brother Thomas Hinton. Recorded in Rockingham. Will of William Hinton of Rockingham. Legatee, Mary Cowan; legatee, Henry Cowan; cousin, Sarah Hinton, daughter of brother Evan Hinton; cousin, William and Evan Hinton, sons of brother Evan Hinton. Dated 1 October 1802. Recorded in Rockingham June 21, 1803.

CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800
CIRCUIT COURT RECORDS, SECTION "I."
JUDGMENTS.
page 148
Henton vs. Henton--O. S. 178; N. S. 63--Complainants are, viz: William and Evan Henton, and Jacob Laswell and Sarah, his wife, late Henton, say that William Henton, grandfather of orators, died in 1779 testate (will in Rockingham), devised land to son William and, after death of his wife, to his son Thomas and daughters, Mary and Rebecca. Before his death, William had contracted to sell part of his land to Ingle Bowyer. After William died George Henton and Ingle Bowyer entered a caveat in General Court. William's heir-at-law was Joseph Henton, who removed to Kentucky in 1780 and was killed by Indians, leaving Thomas Henton, his oldest son and heir, an infant of tender years. Mary Henton, a devisee, died in May, 1787, testate (will in Rockingham) and devised her estate to her brothers, Peter and Thomas. William Henton, Jr., died testate (will in Rockingham) and devised his estate to orator and oratrix. Thomas Henton is heir-at-law of Joseph Henton, who was heir-at-law of William Henton, Sr. Rebecca Henton has married Joseph Grider and resides in Kentucky. One James Henton and Asher Waterman have located a survey on the land, and Peter Henton, devisee of Mary, and also as purchase from Ingle Bowyer. Orators and oratrix are children of Evan Henton, who went away from Virginia. Orator William lives in Kentucky. Will of William Henton of Rockingham, blacksmith, dated 17th December, 1779. Recorded in Rockingham. Estate to be kept together until son Thomas arrives at age. Wife, Mary; sons, William, Joseph, Evan, Peter; daughters, Mary and Rebeckah; executors, wife and Michael Warren. Will of Mary Henton of Rockingham, dated 13th May, 1787. Mother, Mary Henton; sister, Rebeckah; devise, brother Peter Henton, brother Thomas. Recorded in Rockingham. Will of William Henton of Rockingham. Legatee, Mary Cowan; legatee, Henry Cowan; cousin, Sarah Henton, daughter of brother Evin Henton; cousin, William and Evin Henton, sons of brother Evin Henton. Dated 1st October, 1802. Recorded in Rockingham, 21st June, 1803. Deed 1st August, 1801. James Henton and Elizabeth, his wife, of Rockingham to Asher Waterman, 117 acres on Smith's Creek, patented to James, 1801. Recorded in Rockingham, December, 1801. Deed 31st July, 1805. Asher Waterman and Sally to William Henton of Shelby County, Ky., conveys above. Recorded in Rockingham, September, 1805. Conveyance by Thomas Henton of Shelby County, Ky., to William Henton of same place. Tract on Smith's Creek decreed to Thomas's grandfather by the General Court, 12th September, 1804. Power attorney by Jacob Gryder and Rebekah Gryder, formerly Henton, of Rockingham County, but now of Baron County, Ky., to friend and kinsman, William Henton, of Shelby County, Ky. Rebekah is daughter of William Henton, September, 1804.


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William married Mary Jones.

bullet  Noted events in their marriage were:

1. Single: Berks County, Pennsylvania.




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