Person:John Hinds (1)

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John Hinds
b.Bef. 1729
m. BEF 1722
  1. William Hinds, Jr.ABT 1722 -
  2. John HindsBef 1729 - 1782
  3. Samuel Hinds1730 -
  4. Edward Hinds, of the "Bullpasture" in Augusta County, Virginiaabt 1732 - bef 1778
  5. James HindsABT 1736 - 1800
  • HJohn HindsBef 1729 - 1782
  • WJane Kerr1732 - 1782
m. 28 JUN 1749
  1. William Hinds1749-1759 - BEF 1824
  2. Israel Hinds1749-1759 -
  3. Alexander Hinds1749-1759 -
  4. Mary "Molly" Hinds1752-1762 - 1820
  5. Nancy Hinds1752-1762 -
  6. Jane Hinds1754-1765 -
  7. Samuel Hinds1756-1765 - 1828
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Name John Hinds
Gender Male
Birth? Bef. 1729
Marriage 28 JUN 1749 Great Valley, Augusta County, Virginiato Jane Kerr
Marriage License 28 JUN 1749 Augusta County, Virginiato Jane Kerr
Other[2] 19 MAY 1761 John Hind and wife Jean, to Hugh Allen, 100 acres in loop neck of Cathey's River adj. William Kerr's line. (Augusta County, VA)Land Transaction
Death[1] FEB 1782 Great Valley, Augusta County, Virginia

John Hinds was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia

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Early Land Acquisition in Augusta County, VA

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John Hinds's land (Beverley Manor NE, 100 acres acquired from John Kerr (John Hind's father-in-law) on 26 February, 1749, most likely a portion of John Kerr's 275-acre tract "in a loop neck of Cathey's River") as shown on the map meticulously drawn by J.R. Hildebrand, cartographer. This map is copyrighted©, used by permission of John Hildebrand, son of J.R. Hildebrand, April, 2009.


Acquisition of Land from Chalkley's:


  • Page 405.--26th February, 1749. John Kerr to John Hind, 100 acres in a loop neck of Cathey's River; Thomas Storey's line. Dower released by Lucy, wife of John Kerr. Delivered: William Hinds, December, 1754. Teste: Francis Beaty, John Pickens. (Note: John Kerr was the father-in-law of John Hind).
  • Page 295.--19th April, 1763. William McMullin and Mary ( ) to John Hinds, £65, 120 acres on North Branch North River Shanando called Woods Creek. Teste: Jonathan Douglass. Delivered: John Hinds, May 11, 1764.
  • Page 190.--20th March, 1770. James Laird to John Hinds, £50, mortgage, 124 acres on Middle River of Shanando, part of 400 acres formerly John Kerr's; corner John Allison's land. Teste: Jno. Poage, Samuel Erwin, Alexander Walker.
  • Page 78.--19th November, 1772. Thomas Nicholas (Nickle, Nichels) and Jean ( ), of Botetourt County, to John Hinds. Delivered: William Dickey by Hind's order.
  • Page 329.--18th May. 1773. William Hinds to John Hinds, mortgage. 195 acres whereon William now lives, devised to William by his father, William. (Note: this appears to be from William Hinds, brother of John Hinds)


The following two records are listed consecutively:

  • Page 146.--Patent to John Hind, 10th April, 1780.
  • Page 148.--17th June, 1788. William Hind, heir-at-law of John Hind, deceased, and Ann to John Dickson, part of patent to John Kerr, 30th July, 1742; also part of patent to William Kerr.
  • Page 414.--380 acres patented to Robert Brown, 10th June, 1740, and by him conveyed to James Trotter, by him to John Hinds, and by William Hinds, son and executor of John, to John Long; on a branch of North River of Shanandoah, formerly known by name of Culton's Branch, 250 acres patented to John Hind, 10th April, 1781. (Note: this land passed to William Hinds, son of this John Hinds (after his death), per the above record).


Disposition of Land from Chalkley's:

  • Page 357.--19th May, 1761. John Hind and Jean ( ) to Hugh Allen, £130, 100 acres in a loop neck or turn of Cathey's River; William Ker's line; Thomas Story's line, small island cor. Story. Delivered: James Allen, administrator Hugh Allen, 11th March, 1794.
  • Page 316.--20th August, 1771. John Hind and Jean ( ), of Augusta, to Daniel Denison, £148, 330 acres patented to John Hind, 6th April, 1769, on Muddy Creek of North River of Shanandore, on Dry River. Teste: Elijah McClenachan, John King, John Mophet. Delivered: George Eyry, of Rockingham County, present owner, 13th March, 1821.
  • Page 532.--15th July, 1782. William Hinds, heir-at-law of John Hind, deceased, to John and William Dickey. Teste: Michael and James Dickey.
  • Page 148.--17th June, 1788. William Hind, heir-at-law of John Hind, deceased, and Ann to John Dickson, part of patent to John Kerr, 30th July, 1742; also part of patent to William Kerr.


Records of John Hinds Estate in Augusta County, VA

  • Page 228.--18th March, 1782. Jean (mark) Hind, ditto of her husband (refuses to administer estate), John Hind, and nominates son, Wm. Hind. Teste: James Dickey, John Alexander. (Note: John Hinds apparently died intestate (without will)).
  • MARCH 19, 1782. - (367) Admn. of estate of John Hinds granted to Wm. Hinds.
  • Page 296.--16th May, 1782. John Hind's estate appraised by James Young. Edward Erwin, Hugh Brown.
  • Page 388.--Dr. estate of John Hind in account with William Hind, administrator--1788, paid Archibald Hopkins as per son Ephraim; 1788, paid Daniel Kidd, bond given in 1772 as per Dutchman's receipt.
  • NOVEMBER 21, 1789. - (177) William Hind, administrator of John Hind, lives in Kentucky.


Records of John Hinds in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley's:


  • FEBRUARY, 1749 (A). - John Hind vs. John Kerr.--In consideration of marriage by plaintiff of Jane, daughter of defendant, defendant promised plaintiff land. Married 1749. Writ dated 4th December, 1749. Defendant refused to make conveyance and suit. (Note: John Kerr must have acquiesced to the demand by his son-in-law, John Hind, because on 26 Feb. 1749, he gave 100 acres to John Hind, in transaction listed above).
  • NOVEMBER 15, 1752. - (361) Samuel Givins, Robert Patrick, to view, and Ro. Patrick, Wm. Hines, John Hawes, Joseph Bell, Wm. Bell, Wm. Finla, Archd. Stewart, Richd. Pilson, Wm. Johnston, Ro. Wilson, John Hind, Geo. Skilleron, Hugh Ross, Andr. Baskin, John Givins, Saml. Henderson, John Ramsey, Alexr. Henderson, Saml. Henderson, Nathl. Woodroof, David Logan and George Duglass, clear and keep in repair, a road from James Givin's Mill to the road over Wood's New Gap at foot of mountain.
  • Page 520.--__ ____, 1753. William Kerr to Edward Rutlidge. Flag Spring on Middle River. Teste: John Hind, Andrew Kerr, John Pickens, Wm. Kerr. (Note: William Kerr was the brother-in-law of John Hinds).
  • Page 270.--19th May, 1761. Same (From John Ker and Lucie) to Willam Mathers, £10, 112 acres, part of a survey of 275 acres surveyed for John Kerr in Beverley Manor on a branch of Middle River; Manor line. Teste: William and Jes. Kerr, John Hind. Delivered: Henry King per order of Wm. Mathers, 29th December, 1774.
  • Page 448.--10th September, 1761. John Bellfaught's estate sold at vendue--To Catrina Faught; to Henry Lynor; to Andrew Faught; to Peter Funk; to Caspar Faught; to Henry Colar; to Elizabeth Bruester; to James Waite; to Alex. Kile; to Geo. Trout; to Robt. Reyburn; to Jno. Hines, Geo. Martin, Peter Miller. Robt. Stevens, Edward Rutledge, James Cover, David Menerley. Cash paid Christian Clements for 1 year's board of the widow. Balance due the legatees to be equally divided between Andrew Faught, Casper Faught. and the wife.--Christian Clements. Recorded, 21st May, 1766.
  • FEBRUARY, 1762. - Samuel Bell vs. James Kerr, of Cumberland County, Pennsylvania; John Hind, and Edward Rutledge.--Bond by defendants, 26th April, 1760.
  • Page 436.--17th August, 1762. James Leeper, Jr., to his father, James Leeper, Cr., £100, on Naked Creek of North River Shanandore, patented to James Leeper, Sr., 12th July, 1746. part of a patent. 26th April, 1742, 230 acres. Teste: Hugh Ross. Isaiah Curry, John Hind. Delivered: John Henderson, September, 1765.
  • Page 127.--16th June, 1768. Thomas Smith, yeoman, to Alexander Walker, cow, calf, mare. Bill sale. Teste: Robert Patterson, John Hind.
  • Page 198.--21st May, 1771. Alexander Campbell and Jean ( ) to Joseph Henderson, £200, 520 acres in Beverley Manor on a branch of Lewis Creek, James McCorkle's line. Delivered: Joseph Henderson, 18th January, 1773. Teste: John Hind.
  • Page 344.--18th August, 1772. Charles Campbell to Joseph Campbell, his son, on small branch of North River of Shanandore, part of 400 acres where said Campbell now lives; corner John Campbell; also 50 acres adjoining, patented to Charles, 1766; corner John Hinds; corner James McGill. Delivered: Joseph Campbell, 27th June, 1783.
  • Page 17.--24th September, 1772. Robert Turk's will--To son, Thomas, all estate, executor; to son, James, 1 English shilling. Teste: Charles Teeas, Thomas Turk, Elizabeth Gleave. Proved, 17th November, 1772, by Teas and Turk. Thomas Turk qualifies with John Madison, Jr., John Hind.
  • Page 317.--20th March, 1775. Jane and James Alleys bond (with Wm. Lewis, John Hind, Thos. Patterson) as administrators of Hugh Allen.
  • Page 20.--26th September, 1781. Archibald Henderson's estate appraised by Hugh Brown, John Hind, James Dickey, James Young.
  • MAY 22, 1782. - (385) John Hind's and John Archer's deaths abate suits.
  • MAY, 1787 (D to H). - Haslop and Blair vs. Hind's administrators.--Bond of John Hind, of Augusta County, to Isaac Hislop to David Blair of Fredericksburg, being dated 4th April, 1777.
  • Page 414. (undated, but appears to be abt. 1789) -- 380 acres patented to Robert Brown, 10th June, 1740, and by him conveyed to James Trotter, by him to John Hinds, and by William Hinds, son and executor of John, to John Long; on a branch of North River of Shanandoah, formerly known by name of Culton's Branch, 250 acres patented to John Hind, 10th April, 1781.

Information on John Hinds

From Genforum.com post:

John Hind of Augusta County, VA Posted by: Bill LaBach (ID *****2272) Date: April 06, 2002 at 13:10:

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The following is a brief genealogy of John Hind of Augusta County, Virginia and some of his descendants. I believe this genealogy to be correct. If anyone has any additions or finds any errors, please let me know. The name Hind may be found variously spelled as Hind, Hinds, Hines, Hynes, Hynds and perhaps other spellings. Bill LaBach in Lexington, Kentucky. 1. John Hinds, son of William Hind and Margaret, was born ca 1721. John died between April 10, 1781 and March 18, 1782 in Augusta Co., VA, at approximately 60 years of age. He married Jane Kerr Augusta Co., VA, June 28, 1749. Jane was born in PA 1732. Jane was the daughter of John Kerr and Lucy Pickens. John Hinds and Jane Kerr had the following children: 2. William Hinds. William died in Indiana. He married Ann Francis. Ann was the daughter of John Francis and Mary Erwin. William was listed as the head of a family on the 1810 Census in Jessamine Co., KY. William Hinds is listed in the 1810 Census for Jessamine Co., KY with 1 white male under 10, 1 45 up, 3 white females 10-16, 3 16-26, 1 45 up, and 6 slaves. 3. Alexander Hinds. He married Martha Francis Augusta Co., VA, August 23, 1787. Martha was the daughter of John Francis and Mary Erwin. Alexander was listed as the head of a family on the 1810 Census in Jessamine Co., KY. Alexander Hinds is listed in the 1810 Census for Jessamine County, Kentucky with 1 white male 10-16, 2 16-26, 1 26-45, 2 white females under 10, 1 10-16, 1 16-26, 1 26-45, and 1 slave. 4. Israel Hinds. Israel died in Indiana. Israel was listed as the head of a family on the 1810 Census in Jessamine Co., KY. Israel Hinds is listed in the 1810 Census for Jessamine Co., KY with 2 white males under 10, 2 10-16, 1 16-26, 1 26-45, 1 white female under 10, 1 10-16, 1 16-26, and 1 26-45. Israel was listed as the head of a family on the 1820 Census in Washington Co., IN. Israel Hinds is listed in the 1820 Census for Washington Co., Indiana with 2 white males 10-16, 1 19-26, 1 45 up, 1 white female under 10, 1 10-16, 1 16-26, 1 45 up, and 1 person engaged in agriculture. There is a record in early Fayette County, Kentucky showing he was a shoemaker. 5. Nancy Hinds. She married James Carlisle. James was born August 13, 1756. James died 1802 at 45 years of age. 6. Mary "Molly" Hinds. Mary died 1820 in Fayette Co., KY. She married John Alexander. John died 1809 in Fayette Co., KY. Mary was listed as the head of a family on the 1810 Census in Fayette County, Kentucky. Mary Alexander is listed in the 1810 Census for Fayette County, Kentucky with 1 white male 16-26 and 1 white female 45 up. 7. Jane Hinds. She married Mr. Wilson. 8. Samuel Hinds was born before 1766. (see below for more information) Second Generation 8. Samuel Hinds was born Augusta Co., VA before 1766. Samuel died circa 1828 in Jefferson Co., IN. He married twice. He married Jane Francis in Augusta Co., VA, August 7, 1787. Jane was born in Virginia ca 1765. Jane was the daughter of John Francis and Mary Erwin. Jane died before 1810 in Fayette Co., KY. He married Margaret Hill in Fayette Co., KY, December 30, 1816. Margaret was born circa 1772. Margaret died March 1, 1846 in Fayette Co., KY, at 73 years of age. Her body was interred in Lexington Cemetery, Lexington, KY. Samuel's occupation: Farmer. Samuel was listed as the head of a family on the 1810 Census in Fayette County, Kentucky. Samuel Hinds is listed in the 1810 Census for Fayette County, Kentucky with 2 white males 10-16, 1 16-26, 1 over 45, 4 white females under 10, 1 10-16, 3 16-26, and 4 slaves. Samuel was listed as the head of a family on the 1820 Census in Fayette Co., KY. Samuel Hinds is listed in the 1820 Census for Fayette County, Kentucky under the name Samuel Hynes with 1 white male under 10, 1 19-26, 1 45 up, 2 white females 10-16, 4 16-26, 1 45 up, 3 male slaves under 14, 1 14-26, 2 female slaves under 14, 1 14-26, and 1 45 up. Samuel Hinds first appeared on the 1793 tax list for Fayette County, Kentucky. This may have been about the time he came to Kentucky. In 1798 he purchased 192.5 acres on the waters of Hickman Creek in Fayette County, Kentucky. I believe this is land now on the DeLong Pike. It was eventually purchased by a Young. Samuel Hinds and Jane Francis had the following children: 9. Mary Ann Hinds was born in Kentucky. 10. Rhoda Hinds was born in Kentucky. She married Joseph Mitchell. 11. John Hinds was born circa 1789. (see below for more information) 12. Sarah (Sally) Hinds was born in Kentucky January 12, 1790. Sarah died August 30, 1834 at 44 years of age. She married Ninian Riley in Fayette Co., KY, December 30, 1816. 13. Mary "Polly" Hinds was born in Kentucky before 1793. She married Samuel Rankin in Fayette Co., KY, September 22, 1813. Samuel was born Augusta Co., VA February 17, 1784. Samuel was the son of Adam Rankin and Martha McPheeters. Samuel died September 23, 1842 in Routersville, Fayette Co., TX, at 58 years of age. 14. Francis Hinds was born in Fayette Co., KY September 21, 1797. Francis died October 16, 1847 in Jefferson Co., IN, at 50 years of age. His body was interred in Valley Cemetery, Jefferson Co., IN. He married Elizabeth Bell in Fayette Co., KY, December 23, 1818. Francis's occupation: Postmaster. Francis was listed as the head of a family on the 1830 Census in Jefferson Co., IN. Francis Hinds is listed in the 1830 Census for Jefferson Co., IN with 1 male white under 5, 1 5-10, 1 10-15, 1 30-40, 2 white females under 5, 1 5-10, 1 10-15, 1 20-30, and 1 30-40. 15. Samuel Hinds, Jr. was born before 1801. (see below for more information) 16. Jane Hinds was born in Kentucky before 1802. She married Moses McIlvain in Fayette Co., KY, March 30, 1822. Moses was born ca 1789. Moses was the son of John McIlvain and Elizabeth Hodge. Moses died in Henry Co., IN. 17. Nancy Hinds was born after 1803. (see below for more information) 18. Matilda Ann Hinds was born in Fayette Co., KY February 26, 1805. Matilda died August 31, 1837 in Rush Co., IN, at 32 years of age. She married John Huddleson in Fayette Co., KY, May 24, 1824. John was born in Millersburg, Bourbon Co., KY January 1, 1800. John was the son of John Montgomery Huddleson and Catherine Irwin. John died October 18, 1873 in Rush Co., IN, at 73 years of age. Third Generation 11. John Hinds was born in Kentucky circa 1789. John died 1827 in Harrison Co., KY, at 38 years of age. He married Margaret McMillan in Montgomery Co., KY, December 21, 1815. Margaret died after February 12, 1827. John Hinds and Margaret McMillan had the following children: 19. Edmond Hinds. 20. Franklin Hinds. 21. Eleanor Hinds. 15. Samuel Hinds, Jr. was born in Fayette Co., KY before 1801. Samuel died 1832 Camargo, Montgomery Co., KY, at 31 years of age. He married Eleanor Dinwiddie in Jessamine Co., KY, February 16, 1824. Eleanor was born in Jessamine Co., KY circa 1803. Eleanor was the daughter of James Dinwiddie and Eleanor Lockridge. Eleanor died circa 1837 Camargo, Montgomery Co., KY. Samuel was listed as the head of a family on the 1830 Census in Montgomery County, Kentucky. Samuel Hinds is listed in the 1830 Census for Montgomery County with 1 white male under 5, 1 30-40, 2 white females under 5, 1 10-15, 1 20-30, and 1 male slave under 10. Samuel Hinds, Jr. and Eleanor Dinwiddie had the following children: 22. Tilford Dinwiddie Hinds was born in Kentucky December 25, 1825. Tilford died December 10, 1894 in Fayette Co., KY, at 68 years of age. His body was interred in Lexington Cemetery. Tilford's occupation: Texas Ranger. Tilford was never married and died without issue. 23. Eleanor Jane Hinds was born in Kentucky circa 1828. Eleanor died January 22, 1883 Lexington, Fayette Co., KY, at 54 years of age. She married Perry Crosthwait, Jr. in Kentucky, circa 1851. Perry was born in Harrison Co., KY 1822. Perry died April 29, 1911 Lexington, Fayette Co., KY, at 88 years of age. 24. Mary Helen Hinds was born Camargo, Montgomery Co., KY March 3, 1830. Mary died June 10, 1893 in Lexington, KY, at 63 years of age. Her body was interred in Lexington Cemetery. She married Tacitus Burgin Madison Co., KY, September 17, 1851. Tacitus was born Madison Co., KY February 7, 1829. Tacitus was the son of John Burgin and Mary (Polly) Howard. Tacitus died March 9, 1915 McIntosh, FL, at 86 years of age. His body was interred in Lexington Cemetery.Tacitus was listed as the head of a family on the 1870 Census in Fayette County, KY. Tacitus Burgin is listed in the 1870 Census for Fayette County, Kentucky as a farmer, age 37, born in Kentucky with real estate worth $16,560 and personal property worth $1,850. Also listed are Mary, 55; Perry, 18, farm hand; Bettie, 16; John, 14; Clifton, 11; Frank, 7; and Helen, 2. All were born in Kentucky. Mary Helen Hinds and Tacitus Burgin had the following children: 27. Helen Jennie Burgin. 28. Perry Burgin was born Madison Co., KY August 22, 1852. Perry died April 7, 1919 at 66 years of age. He married Sithey Hedges Gaitskill January 18, 1876. Sithey was born August 17, 1854. Sithey died August 26, 1926 at 72 years of age. 29. Bettie Burgin was born Madison Co., KY August 14, 1854. Bettie died February 15, 1903 in Denver, CO, at 48 years of age. Her body was interred in Lexington Cemetery. She married Watts Parker in Lexington, KY, March 7, 1878. Watts was born in Athens, KY February 23, 1848. Watts was the son of John Evans Parker and Rebecca Shepherd. Watts died March 13, 1911 in Lexington, KY, at 63 years of age. His body was interred in Lexington Cemetery. Watts' occupation: Attorney and Judge in Lexington, KY. Watts was listed as the head of a family on the 1870 Census in Fayette County, Kentucky. Watts Parker is listed in the 1870 Census for Fayette County, Kentucky in the household of George Ryan with his age given as 22, born in Kentucky, with his occupation being assistant grocer. He had a personal estate of $300. 30. John Burgin was born Madison Co., KY July 27, 1856. He married Webb Gaitskill. 31. Clifton G. Burgin was born in Fayette Co., KY January 15, 1859. He married Sallie Johnston. 32. Franklin H. Burgin was born in Fayette Co., KY February 13, 1861. 33. Sallie Lou Burgin was born in Fayette Co., KY October 7, 1870. Sallie died April 23, 1894 at 23 years of age. She married William Wallace Roddick November 15, 1892. 17. Nancy Hinds was born in Fayette Co., KY after 1803. She married Allen Burgin in Fayette Co., KY, November 12, 1825. Allen was born ca 1793. Allen was the son of Thomas Burgin and Lucy Deatherage. Nancy Hinds and Allen Burgin had the following children: 25. Clayton Burgin was born ca 1831. 26. Armelda Burgin was born ca 1837. Armelda died 1853 at 16 years of age.



CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800 MARRIAGE LICENSES, MARRIAGE BONDS, AND MARRIAGES. MARRIAGES LICENSES IN AUGUSTA COUNTY. page 275 1749--June 17, John Buchanan and Margaret Patton; June 20, Archibald Huston and Mary Stevenson; June 28, John Hinds and Jean Kerr; July ----, Robert Boyd and Eleanor Porterfield; August ----, John Driskell and Jane Burnett;

Chronicles of the Scotch-Irish Settlement in Virginia Volume I AUGUSTA COUNTY COURT RECORDS. ORDER BOOK No. XVII MAY 22, 1782 (385) John Hind's and John Archer's deaths abate suits

MAY, 1787 (D to H). Haslop and Blair vs. Hind's administrators.--Bond of John Hind, of Augusta County, to Isaac Hislop to David Blair of Fredericksburg, being dated 4th April, 1777.


CHRONICLES OF THE Scotch-Irish Settlement IN VIRGINIA EXTRACTED FROM THE ORIGINAL COURT RECORDS OF AUGUSTA COUNTY 1745-1800 DEED BOOK NO. 26. ADDITIONAL MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. page 583 Page 148.--17th June, 1788. William Hind, heir-at-law of John Hind, deceased, and Ann to John Dickson, part of patent to John Kerr, 30th July, 1742; also part of patent to William Kerr.


Marriage in Faquier County, VA (possible son?, nephew, grandson)

John Hinds m. Celia Furr, 15 Sept. 1789

References
  1. World Family Tree, Cd number 2, Tree number 3097.
  2. Chalkley, - Augusta County, Virginia Court Abstracts.