Person:Joseph Hanks (3)

Watchers
m. 26 May 1756
  1. Thomas Hanks1759 - Abt 1835
  2. Joshua HanksAbt 1762 - Aft 1835
  3. William Hanks1765 - 1846
  4. Lucy HanksAbt 1767 -
  5. Charles HanksAbt 1767 - Aft 1793
  6. Joseph Hanks, Jr.Abt 1769 -
  7. Ann "Nancy" HanksAbt 1769 -
  8. Elizabeth Hanks1771 - Abt 1818
  9. Mary "Polly" HanksAbt 1773 -
m. 10 Nov 1810
  1. Jacob Vertrees HanksAbt 1811 -
  2. Elizabeth HanksAbt 1813 -
  3. Susanna HanksAbt 1815 -
  4. Ann "Nancy" HanksAbt 1817 -
  5. John Henry HanksAbt 1819 -
  6. Joseph HanksAbt 1821 -
  7. Mary Ann HanksAbt 1823 -
  8. Amaltha Jane HanksAbt 1825 -
  9. Isabella HanksAbt 1826 -
  10. Caroline HanksAbt 1827 -
Facts and Events
Name Joseph Hanks, Jr.
Gender Male
Birth? Abt 1769 Hampshire County, Virginiaguesstimate
Other? 1793 Nelson, Kentucky, United Statesnamed in Will of Joseph Hanks, father
Residence[1] Bet 1793 and 1794 Farnham, Richmond County, Virginia, United Statesmoved with his mother following the death of his father
Residence[1] 1798 Elizabethtown, Hardin, Kentucky, United Statesworked in carpentry shop with Thomas Lincoln, father of Abraham Lincoln
Marriage 10 Nov 1810 Kentuckyto Mary "Polly" Young
Residence[1] 1815 Crawford, Indiana, United States
Residence[1] 1825 Sangamon, Illinois, United States
Death? Sangamon, Illinois, United States
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Joseph Hanks, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia
    Last retrieved Feb 2016.

    ... Joseph moved with the family in his youth, moved with his mother move to Virginia after the death of his father. He was raised by his older brother, either Joshua or Thomas, following his mother's death in 1794. In 1798 he moved to Kentucky and worked in an Elizabethtown carpentry shop where Thomas Lincoln also worked. He married Mary Young in 1810. He moved to Crawford County, Indiana in 1815 and to 10 years later moved to Sangamon County, Illinois. ...

  2.   Cognate families of Lincoln. Lee family by Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection, 1930.

    [Letters to Mrs. C.H. Hitchcock from grandchildren of Joseph Hanks, Jr.:

    26 Jan 1895: "Grandfather (Joseph Hanks, Jr.) told me that an estate of 660 acres was rightfully his having been unlawfully held by his elder brother, who I think was named Joshua." - from Mr. J.M Hanks of Florence, Colorado.

    25 Feb 1895: "My grandfather, Joseph Hanks, Jr. was the youngest or near the youngest of the family, was left an orphan at an early age and went to live with an older brother in Virginia, was mistreated by his brothers wife and ran away from Virginia to Kentucky." - from Mrs. M.A. Wilson of Cannon City, Colorado.]