Person:Aaron Hinckley (1)

m. est 1706
  1. Seth Hinckley1707 - 1747
  2. Shubeal Hinckley1708/09 -
  3. Mary Hinckley1710/11 - 1710/11
  4. Samuel Hinckley1710/11 - 1767
  5. Edmund Hinckley1712 - Aft 1765
  6. Reliance Hinckley1714 - 1751
  7. Aaron Hinckley1715 - 1792/93
  8. Mehitable Hinckley1718 - 1811
  9. Experience Hinckley1720 - 1798
  10. Mary Hinckley1724 - 1759
  11. Isaac Hinckley1726 - 1751
  12. William HinckleyAbt 1734 -
  • HAaron Hinckley1715 - 1792/93
  • WMary LarrabeeAbt 1726 - 1807
m. 13 Feb 1746
  1. Isabella Hinckley1747 -
  2. Benjamin Hinckley1748 -
  3. Reliance Hinckley1750 -
  4. Lois Hinckley1753 -
  5. Nathaniel Hinckley1755 -
  6. Theophilus Hinckley1757 -
  7. Stephen Hinckley1760 -
  8. Aaron Hinckley1762 -
  9. John Hinckley1763 -
  10. Mary Hinckley1766 -
  11. Jeremiah Hinckley1769 -
  12. Rachel Hinckley1769 -
Facts and Events
Name Aaron Hinckley
Gender Male
Birth[2] 13 Sep 1715 Truro, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
Christening? 11 Nov 1716 Truro, Barnstable, Massachusetts, United States
Marriage Banns 18 Jan 1745/46 Brunswick, Cumberland, Maine, United Statesto Mary Larrabee
Marriage 13 Feb 1746 Brunswick, Cumberland, Maine, United Statesper Ancestral File; needs verification
to Mary Larrabee
Death[4] 8 Mar 1792/93 Brunswick, Cumberland, Maine, United States
Burial[4] Brunswick, Cumberland, Maine, United StatesHinkley Cemetery

From Wheeler's History of Brunswick, Topsham, and Harpswell, Maine:S3

"[Judge] Aaron Hinkley was one of the noted men of Brunswick in his day. Of his personal appearance and manner nothing is now known, but he is said to have had but one eye. The tradition which accounts for the loss of the other eye is, that a "tame" Indian in the employ of Aaron's father was one day holding him in his lap, and accidentally dropped a live coal from his pipe into the boy's eye, totally destroying the sight.
He was a man of good judgment, and was often engaged in the service of the town, either on committees or as a selectman. He served in the latter capacity five several years, 1745, 1750, 1755, 1759, 176O. In 1775 he was one of the judges of the Court of Sessions for Lincoln County. When Topsham was incorporated, in 1764, Judge Hinkley was directed to issue his warrant for calling the first town meeting.
In his religious views he was a Congregationalist, and was very severe in his opposition to Presbyterianism. He lived where Ephraim Larrabee resided in 1854."


Ancestral File Number:<AFN> RP2X-8N

References
  1.   The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Ancestral File (R). (Copyright (c) 1987, June 1998, data as of 5 January 1998).
  2. Bowman, George Ernest, and Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants. Vital Records of the Town of Truro, Massachusetts, to the End of the Year 1849. (Boston, Massachusetts: Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants, 1933), 33.

    [p. 59] Aaron Hinckley the son of Samuel and mary Hinckley was Born at Truroe the 13th day of September 1715.

  3.   Wheeler, George Augustus, and Henry Warren Wheeler. History of Brunswick, Topsham and Harpswell, Maine, including the ancient territory known as Pejepscot. (Boston: Alfred Mudge & Son, 1878), p 754 and 877.

    See below. His 1748 service in the Company of Benjamin Larrabee, as Lieutenant, is noted on p. 877.

  4. 4.0 4.1 Hinkley, Aaron, in Adams-Hinkley Cemetery.

    HINKLEY AARON Esq.Imo Mar 8, 1792 AE 76 [h/o Mrs. Mary]. Transcribed by Maine Tombstone Transcription Project. See Hinkley Cemetery transcription.

  5.   Note: Deed of Aaron Hinckley to Samuel Thompson, 1756-57 and 1774 is held at the Maine Historical Society. See Coll. S-188.