Transcript:Savage, James. Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England/v2p426


Volume 2, Page 426

Rev. Nathaniel Stone of Harwich. It will be perceiv. that this; acco.
differs in a slight degree from that in Geneal. Reg. X. 229, furnish. by
the dilig. antiquary, W. F. Stone, Esq. from an old almanac of his gr.f.
Rev. Nathan, wh. was gr.s. of Gov. H. Of the error, that consists in
mak. seven ds. of the first w. and four of the sec. m. when we kn. there
were five of the sec. and six of the first, all (exc. one wh. was his mo.),
aunts of the notemaker; I gain the right to ask who can tell the ws. of
the hs. Wyburn and Hall, for after many hours' search, at various times,
that almanac fails to instr. me. Baylies, IV. 139, 40, has largely portrayed
his character. Ten of this name had been in 1834, gr. at the N. E. coll.
of wh. four of Yale, and Harv. and Dart. had ea. two.

    HINCKES, HINKS or HINCKS, * JOHN, Portsmouth, came in 1672,
was a provinc. counsel. 1683, and of Sir E. Andros's Counc. 1687, Ch.
Just. of Sup. Ct. 1699 to 1707. Samuel, H. C. 1701, may be his s.

    HINCKSON or HINKSMAN, JOHN, Charlestown, by w. Mary had John
b. 5 Feb. 1683, bapt. with sis. Rebecca, 17 July, 1687; and Mary, 30
July bapt. 5 Aug. 1688. PHILIP, Saco, freem. 1603. Sullivan, 362.
PETER and SIMON were of Scarborough 1671-6; and Peter, prob. s. of
one of them, m. 12 July 1698, Elizabeth d. of John Parsons. THOMAS,
New Hampsh. m. a d. of Thomas Walford, but of him we hear no
more, exc. that he d. 1664. Hincksman was the common perversion of

    HINDS, JAMES, Salem 1637. See Haynes.

    HINE, THOMAS, Milford 1646. There the name contin. and THOMAS,
perhaps gr.s. of the preced. m. 18 Nov. 1684, Hannah Bristoll, d. of Henry,
had Thomas, Stephen, William, Elizabeth Alice, and Samuel, made, Mr. Porter
informs me, resid. legatee, and his will ment. sis. Lane. But certain. most of
the ch. would have been (especial. the ds. wh. bear surnames of hs.) by a
former w. He d. 1698, his inv. is dat. 15 Mar. 1697, i. e. 8.

    HINMAN, BENJAMIN, Woodbury, s. of Edward, m. 12 July 1684, Elizabeth
Lamb, or Lumm, had Annis, bapt. 1680, d. young; Hannah, Oct. 1686;
Adam, Jan. 1688; Noah, July 1689; Benjamin, Apr. 1692 Elizabeth Feb.
1694; Eunice, May 1696; Annis, again, Sept. 1697; Rachel, Dec.
1700; Edward, Oct. 1702; Samuel, Dec. 1704; Wait, Oct. 1706; and
Mercy Dec. 1709. EDWARD, Stamford, bef. 1650, rem. to Windsor,
m. Hannah, d. of Francis Stiles, rem. to Stratford, 1653, d. 26 Nov. 1681.
His ch. were Sarah, b. 1653; Titus, 1656; Samuel; Benjamin, 1662;
Hannah, 1666; Mary, 1668; Patience, 1670; and Edward, 1672. EDWARD,
Stratford, s. of the preced. by w. Hannah, had Samuel, John, and Ebenezer,
beside nine others. SAMUEL, Southbury, br. of the preced. had w. Sarah, but
no ch. * TITUS, eldest s. of the first Edward, m. Hannah Coe of Stamford, and
next, Jan. 1702, Mary Hawkins, whose f. is not told or that of the first
was capt. and rep. 1715, and later, d. Apr. 1736, leav. Ephraim,
bapt. 26 July 1685; Joseph, June 1687; Andrew, b. Apr. 1690; Titus,
June 1695, d. prob. young; Ebenezer, 4 Jan. 1703; Titus, again, 4 Mar.
1704 Eleazer, May 1706; and Timothy, bapt. Mar. 1709; beside
Mary, b. Feb. 1714, who m. David Bostwick; Hannah, Mar. 1721, m.
Samuel Twitchell; and Patience, July 1722. Descend. of the ancest.