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HINTON - 54 Individuals Found

Name / Spouse Born/Died Father / Mother Notes
Agnes Hinton b.
d.
Father: George Britton McClellan Hinton  
Mother: Arminta M Caldwell
Indianapolis
Ann Hinton b.1812 JUN 03 Pickaway, Ohio, USA
d.1877 APR 07 Perry, Clinton, Indiana, United States
Father: Jeremiah Zachariah Hinton  
Mother: Rachel Spangler
SIR KT., OF WANBOROUGH
manor of Earlscote
Anthony Hinton
"ANTOIUS"
Spouse1: Martha Warnford
b.1532 Berkshire, England, United Kingdom
d.1589 MAY 07 Wanborough, Wiltshire, England
Father: SIR Thomas Hinton  
Mother: Anne Goddard
Anthony Hinton (son of Thomas Hinton and Anne Goddard) was born 1532 in Wiltshire, England, and died 07 May 1598. He married Martha Warnford on 1569. Includes Notes for Anthony Hinton: He inherited the manor of Earlscote. He married late in life to a young girl, Martha Warnford. They had a large family. After his death, his grandson, Anthony, erected a monument in his honor, which still stands today, it says:" Anthony Hinton, Esgr. d May 7, 1598, age 66 Grandfather to Mr. Hinton, Privy Councillor to Charles I " The manor of Earlscote is strangely beautiful & peaceful, it is surrounded by its somewhat un-prepossessing farm buildings. It was moated during King Edward VIII reign, when he would spend time there. The ponds still remain on two sides. There are curious stones(not local) in and around the ponds which is said to be of Druidic origin. "The house is mentioned in the book Kenilworth by Sir Walter Scott." There are secret passages running all through the upper part of the house. These secret passages led to many ghost stories. It is also said that there were priests who used these passages & hidden rooms to celebrate mass in the days of the Reformation. Anthony carved his own and his wifes initials inside the cupboard in his bedroom. The "Earlscote" is still standing. Anthony and his wife, Martha, were very generous, amost every church in Wiltshire, during their time, received beautiful gifts. It appears this branch of the Hinton family secretly supported the Catholic Church even though King Edward VIII forbid his statesmen to support this church. More About Anthony Hinton: Burial: Unknown, St. John Church, Wanborough, Wilkshire, England . Occupation: Justice of Peace of Berkshire. Residence: manor of Earlscote, parish of Wanborough, Wilkshire, England. More About Anthony Hinton and Martha Warnford: Marriage: 1569 Occupation: Justice of the Peace Berkshire http://www.shrivenhamheritagesociety.co.uk/listing.asp?listID=1513
Aura Belle Hinton
Spouse1: Roy McClure
b.1882 AUG 29
d.
Father: Napoleon Henry Pleman Hinton  
Mother: Lavina Jane Sparks
Barbara E Hinton
Spouse1: Andrew Isgrigg
b.1845 MAR 06
d.
Father: Jeremiah Zachariah Hinton Jr.  
Mother: Elizabeth Jane Willey ELIZA
Charles Hinton b.
d.
Father: George Britton McClellan Hinton  
Mother: Arminta M Caldwell
Raenoke IN
Charles Richard Hinton b.
d.
Father: William Pitcher  
Mother: Martha Ellen Hinton
Christopher Hinton b.
d.1747
Father:  
Mother:
Grandson of Farrar Hinton Died in Amelie County Virginia in 1747
Cletus Hinton b.
d.1997 Apr 26
Father: George Britton McClellan Hinton  
Mother: Arminta M Caldwell
Earl Hinton b.
d.
Father: George Britton McClellan Hinton  
Mother: Arminta M Caldwell
Spencer IN
Elias Hinton b.
d.
Father:  
Mother:
Eliza J Hinton b.1857 FEB 03
d.1857 MAR 24
Father: Jeremiah Zachariah Hinton Jr.  
Mother: Elizabeth Jane Willey ELIZA
Eva Etta Hinton
Spouse1: Maurice Speitel
b.1890 MAY 27
d.1975 DEC 24
Father: Napoleon Henry Pleman Hinton  
Mother: Lavina Jane Sparks
Farrar Hinton b.1627 England
d.1747 Amelia, VA, United States
Father: Thomas Hinton II  
Mother: Elizabeth Farrar
immigrated to VA in 1650 son of Thomas
Frederick Francis Hinton
Spouse1: Rose Kreisher
b.1881 FEB 02
d.1963 AUG 27
Father: Napoleon Henry Pleman Hinton  
Mother: Lavina Jane Sparks
Genevia Hinton b.
d.1997 Feb 13
Father: George Britton McClellan Hinton  
Mother: Arminta M Caldwell
new hope IN
George Britton McClellan Hinton
Spouse1: Arminta M Caldwell
b.1862 FEB 23
d.1941
Father: Jeremiah Zachariah Hinton Jr.  
Mother: Elizabeth Jane Willey ELIZA
Herbert Hinton b.
d.
Father: George Britton McClellan Hinton  
Mother: Arminta M Caldwell
Irene Lanora Hinton b.1895
d.1912 NOV 28
Father: Napoleon Henry Pleman Hinton  
Mother: Lavina Jane Sparks
Jeremiah Hinton b.
d.1850
Father:  
Mother:
christophers grandson married Elizabeth Kay and one of first settlers in Allen County KENTUCKY in warren co census in 1800 and 1810
Jeremiah Zachariah Hinton
Spouse1: Rachel Spangler
b.1784 Bourbon, Kentucky, United States
d.1859 JAN 25 Frederick Co, MD
Father: Michael Linton Hinton  
Mother: Sarah Kenny
Jeremiah Zachariah Jr. Hinton
Spouse1: Elizabeth Jane Willey
b.1817 JAN 27
d.1885
Father: Jeremiah Zachariah Hinton  
Mother: Rachel Spangler
Joane Hinton b.1542 Wanborough, Wiltshire, England
d.
Father: SIR Thomas Hinton  
Mother: Anne Goddard
John Hinton
"JOHN HYNTON"
Spouse1: Joan Francklyn
b.1488 AUG 21 Stonewyke or Stanewyke (Stanswick), Berkshire, England (United Kingdom)
d.1550 JAN 07 Stonewyke or Stanewyke (Stanswick), Berkshire, England (United Kingdom)
Father: Baron of Eagles Hall Richard Hinton II  
Mother: Sarah Colemore
John R. Hinton b.
d.
Father: Charles Richard Hinton  
Mother:
Joseph Franklin HInton b.1868 MAR 31 Colfax IN
d.1933
Father: Valentine P Hinton  
Mother: Mary E Crose
Keala Hinton b.1998
d.
Father: John R. Hinton  
Mother:
Mabel Hinton b.
d.
Father: George Britton McClellan Hinton  
Mother: Arminta M Caldwell
Lafayette
Marie Hinton b.
d.
Father: George Britton McClellan Hinton  
Mother: Arminta M Caldwell
Married Spaulding Frankfort IN
Martha Ellen Hinton
Spouse1: William Pitcher
b.1884 MAR 18
d.1965 JUN 19
Father: Napoleon Henry Pleman Hinton  
Mother: Lavina Jane Sparks
Never married but had 4 boys with 4 different fathers
Mary Elizabeth Hinton
"Aunt Dee"
b.1878 MAR 14
d.1964 NOV 03
Father: Napoleon Henry Pleman Hinton  
Mother: Lavina Jane Sparks
Never married and never had children
Maurice Fletcher Hinton b.1892 JUN 05
d.
Father: Napoleon Henry Pleman Hinton  
Mother: Lavina Jane Sparks
Michael Linton Hinton
Spouse1: Sarah Kenny
b.1742 Frederick Co, MD
d.1824 Coltrain, Ross Co, OH
Father: Thomas Hinton Jr WILLIAM 
Mother: Rebecca Wilson
Minerva Jane Hinton b.1871
d.1919
Father: Valentine P Hinton  
Mother: Mary E Crose
Myrtle Estelle Hinton
Spouse1: James Cloyd Guntle
b.1879 DEC 07 Boone Co IN
d.1964 MAY 28
Father: Napoleon Henry Pleman Hinton  
Mother: Lavina Jane Sparks
Napoleon Henry Pleman Hinton
Spouse1: Lavina Jane Sparks
b.1854 JUL 03
d.1908 AUG 21
Father: Jeremiah Zachariah Hinton Jr.  
Mother: Elizabeth Jane Willey ELIZA
also known as Plene or Pleeman Napoleon was injured on Aug 18, 1908 when a wagon loaded with dirt and pulled by a team of horses tipped over on him. This was the site of constructtion of the Frankfort City Water tower, Downtown Frankfort IN. He died at Palmer Hostpital 3 daya later on Aug 21, 1908
Nelli May Hinton b.1876
d.1919
Father: Valentine P Hinton  
Mother: Mary E Crose
Phillipa Hinton b.1493
d.
Father: John Hinton JOHN HYNTON 
Mother: Joan Francklyn
BARON OF EAGLES HALL
Richard II Hinton
Spouse1: Sarah Colemore
Spouse2: Margaret Dickson
b.1460 Eagle's Hall, Shrivenham, Berkshire, England
d.1520 Canterbury, Kent, England (United Kingdom)
Father: Thomas de Hynton  
Mother:
Our familys history notes state: "He was the last to spell the name HYNTON, and the first to use eagles, legs and serpents for his crest. He was a warrior for Cardinal Wolsey in 1530. He had 4 sons and one daughter." Baron of Eagles Hall, Richard Hynton was born in 1460, in birth place , to John The Younger Hinton of Eagle Hall the de Hynton (born Younger), and Matilda de Hynton (born Younger), II (born Golaffre) . John was born in 1418, in Eagles Hall, Kingston, Lisle, England. Matilda was born in 1425, in Saunderston, Berkshire, England. Baron married Sarah of Warwickshire HYNTON (born Colemore) . Sarah was born in 1467, in Bremingham, Warwickshire, England. They had one son: John of Stainswick Berkshire Hynton (Hinton) . Baron lived in address . Baron passed away in 1520, at age 60
Richard Hinton b.1512
d.1555
Father: John Hinton JOHN HYNTON 
Mother: Joan Francklyn
Robert Hinton b.1534
d.
Father: SIR Thomas Hinton  
Mother: Anne Goddard
Ruth Hinton b.
d.
Father: George Britton McClellan Hinton  
Mother: Arminta M Caldwell
Married Pierce Frankfort IN
Samuel Hinton
Spouse1: Sara ?
b.1810
d.
Father: Jeremiah Zachariah Hinton  
Mother: Rachel Spangler
Thomas Hinton b.
d.
Father:  
Mother:
SIR
Thomas Hinton
Spouse1: Anne Goddard
b.1505 Stavewyke, Berkshire, England
d.1567 DEC 25 Earlscote, Wanborough, Wiltshire, England
Father: John Hinton JOHN HYNTON 
Mother: Joan Francklyn
His will was probated in the Prerogative Court of Lichfield in that year 1568. he and his wife sold thier one half interest in the Manor of Bournton County Berks, July 7 1541 Thomas Hinton purchesed from THomas Duke of Norfolk the manor of Earlscote parish of Wanborough county Wilts containing 00 acres more or less and eventually aquired an estate of over four thousand acres.
SIR MP, OF EARLSCOTE
London Company
Thomas Hinton
Spouse1: Catherine Palmer
b.1574 JAN Manor of Earlscote, Wiltshire, England
d.1635 JAN 01 St. Martins, Chilton Foliat, Wiltshire, England
Father: SIR Kt., of Wanborough Anthony Hinton ANTOIUS 
Mother: Martha Warnford
went to Queens College at age 17....Knighted by KingJames I at Palace of Oatlands July 1 1603 for his services procuring a loan .One of largest stockholders of London Company for the settlement of Virginia.. Claimed to have visited Virginia Colony. Bachelor of Arts Degree from Queens college. he was member of parliament for the borough of Bournton, Berks 1621-22 and for borough of Ludgershall Wilts 1625-26. two sons emigrated there; and his daughter married Samuel Mathews, the colony’s governor in the 1650s [sic - she (Sarah) was the 2nd wife of Samuel Mathews, father of Samuel Mathews the Governor by his first wife]; while his eldest son, Anthony, belonged to the Virginia Company and may briefly have been a planter in Barbados. Queens College.. he Bewitching of Anne Gunter Thomas Hinton played an important role in securing the 1605 acquittal of accused witches Elizabeth Gregory and Mary Pepwell, when he testified that the victim, Anne Gunter, a daughter of his kinsman Brian Gunter, appeared to be faking her symptoms and making false accusations. "What is surprising, as with the business of the cut garter, was that Hinton was the only person able to interpret what was going on in a sceptical way.. Hinton’s family had owned property in Swindon, Wiltshire since the thirteenth century and had purchased lands in Wanborough and neighbouring Oxfordshire parishes in the 1540s.
17 Hinton himself initially settled at Wanborough, securing a generous dowry from his first wife before inheriting the bulk of the family’s substantial estates in 1598. 18 These included lands in Bourton, Oxfordshire, the home of his cousin Thomas Hinton, who married the sister of Lawrence Tanfield*, chief baron of the Exchequer.
19 Using the income derived from these properties, rated at a respectable £20 in the subsidy rolls, he purchased Chilton Park, a 615-acre estate on the Wiltshire-Berkshire border.
20 However, he did not acquire significant local office until 1608, when Edward Seymour, 1st earl of Hertford, appointed him a captain of foot in Sir William Button’s* militia regiment. Considering this position onerous, Hinton petitioned Hertford for relief ‘in regard of my want of experience in such employments’, and added that he was already serving on a county committee concerning maimed soldiers, and that ‘some necessary occasions are like to cause me to live in London when my absence will either cause the neglect of my duty or my presence procure me much inconvenience’. He had presumably taken lodgings in London by July 1611, when Hertford condemned the ‘defect and want in you of such supplements as belong to every captain having charge of men’.
21 By this point Hinton and other leading gentry had become aggrieved at Hertford’s appointment of his servant Josias Kirton as muster-master. In September Hinton proposed to delay the musters until after the harvest, but by the following month h e was refusing to contribute towards the muster-master’s wages unless Kirton’s appointment was approved by the whole county.
22 Hinton was pricked as sheriff for Berkshire in the following year, and finally appointed to the Wiltshire magistracy in 1614. In November 1616 Hinton was accused of fraudulently registering a recognizance for £2,000 at the Statute Office, and of then attempting to mortgage it at a goldsmith’s for £5,000. His alleged confederate, Thomas Jolliffe, was committed to the Fleet, but it has not been established what action, if any, was taken against Hinton himself.
23 Legal proceedings certainly followed from his marriage in 1622 to Lady Mary Harvey, whose previous husband, Sir Sebastian Harvey, had left her a fortune estimated at £40,000. 24.Numerous suits resulted from Hinton’s attempts to secure repayment of loans Harvey had made over the previous 30 years, and from his efforts to exploit more fully the rental income from Harvey’s estates in Shropshire, Gloucestershire and Worcestershire.
25 Hinton’s principal legal concerns during the 1620s, however, were to defend his wife’s goods against claims made by Harvey’s daughter Mary and her husband John Popham*, and in countering charges that he had forged a number of leases depriving the young couple of the profits of an estate settled on them at their marriage in May 1621.
26 Elected for Downton in December 1620, despite holding no property in south Wiltshire, Hinton presumably owed his seat to the borough’s principal patron, William Herbert, 3rd earl of Pembroke. In the Commons Hinton made no recorded speeches, but was named to 11 bill committees. Some of these involved legal technicalities such as alienations (19 Mar.), local lawsuits (20 Mar.) and forcible entries (24 March). His Wiltshire estate and London interests may explain his nomination to committees for bills dealing with the sale of Wiltshire lands belonging to the debtor Sir Thomas Redferne (15 Mar.) and the relief of London’s poor (2 May). Miscellaneous committees to which he was appointed concerned bills to prevent the export of ordnance (26 Mar.), the use of gold and silver in apparel (21 Apr.) and the estate of the fraudulent scrivener Thomas Frith (26 May).
27 On 2 June he was one of the 24 Members selected to inform the king that both Houses preferred the option of an adjournment to an extension of the sitting.
28 After the session reconvened in the autumn, he was named to a committee for a bill to convey criminals to houses of correction (22 Nov.). He was also a member of the committee for a bill to allow ministers to lease lands on behalf of their dependants (22, 23 November).
29 Hinton was re-elected for Ludgershall in May 1625, probably on the strength of his local status, as he had no direct connection with the borough. He made no known contribution to the work of the House. He may have stood for Ludgershall again in 1626, but if so, he was defeated by Sir William Walter*. He certainly stood at the subsequent election which was called after the Commons voided both initial returns for the second seat. However, although he was returned on 18 Mar. 1626, a rival group of electors submitted a separate indenture for Sir Thomas Jay*, and the dispute remained unresolved at the dissolution in June.
30 Hinton is not known to have contested the seat against Jay in 1628. Hinton died on 1 Feb. 1635 and was initially buried next to Lady Mary at Wanborough before being re-interred alongside his first wife, Catherine, at Chilton Foliat.
31 No will has been found, and the inquisition into his estate was not taken until 1639.
32 Hinton’s children developed close ties with Virginia: two sons emigrated there; and his daughter married Samuel Matthews, the colony’s governor in the 1650s; while his eldest son, Anthony, belonged to the Virginia Company and may briefly have been a planter in Barbados.
33 A fourth son, John, became physician to Henrietta Maria.
34 None of Hinton’s descendants sat in Parliament.
immigrant crossed the Atlantic
Thomas II Hinton
Spouse1: Elizabeth Farrar
Spouse2: Alice Anne Bosier
b.1600 APR 08 Chilton Foliot, Chilton Foliat, Wiltshire, England
d.1683 SEP 20 Cecil County, Maryland
Father: SIR MP, of Earlscote Thomas Hinton  
Mother: Catherine Palmer
Thomas Hinton, MP, b. 1573/4, 1st s. of Anthony Hinton of Earlscott, Wanborough, Wilts. and Martha, da. of John Warneford of Sevenhampton, Wilts.1 educ. Queen’s, Oxf. 1591, aged 17.2 m. (1) 1595 (with £1,000),3 Catherine (bur. 11 Oct. 1609), da. of William Palmer of Parham, Suss., 6s. (1 d.v.p.) 1da. d.v.p.;4 Hinton’s children developed close ties with Virginia: two sons emigrated there; and his daughter married Samuel Matthews, the colony’s governor in the 1650s; while his eldest son, Anthony, belonged to the Virginia Company and may briefly have been a planter in Barbados.33 A fourth son, John, became physician to Henrietta Maria.34
Thomas Sr Hinton
Spouse1: Rachel Howard
b.1693 NOV 28 Anne Arundel County, Maryland,
d.1765 Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, Maryland
Father: William Hinton Sr  
Mother: Mary Egerton
From the book " Frederick County Land Records, Liber F, Abstracts 1756-1761 Page 89 1033-1035 Thomas Hinton, Jr. recorded 27 Mar 1756, made same date, between Thomas Hinton, Sr., carpenter. for 25 pcm MD, tract called the "Resurvey on Saplin Ridge," M&B given for 100 acres. Signed by mark. Thomas Hinton, before Nathl Wickham, Thos Beatty. Thomas Hinton, Sr. ack. deed, and at the same time came Rachel Hinton released dower right. Receipt. AF paid.
DAR
Thomas Jr Hinton
"WILLIAM"
Spouse1: Rebecca Wilson
b.1719 Anne Arundel County, Maryland
d.1792 JUN 12 Clarksburg, Montgomery County
Father: Thomas Hinton Sr  
Mother: Rachel Howard
Thomas Hinton, variously called either senior or junior, was born in Maryland around 1719. The DAR lists his year of birth as c. 1715, but his parents were not wed until 1718. He was the eldest son of Thomas and Rachael (Howard) Hinton. Some time before 1736, he married Rebecca, maiden name uncertain (other genealogies suggest Wilson). On March 27, 1756, his namesake father sold him the 100 acre "resurvey on Saplin Ridge" in Frederick County, which had been founded in 1748. He served with his namesake son in the 5th Company of the Upper Battalion of the Montgomery County, Maryland, Militia, during the American Revolution. Montgomery County was formed from Frederick County in 1776. The 1790 Census shows him with his wife, one other adult man, and one adult woman. He died shortly after this. Tobacco Farmer
Thomas Vernice Hinton b.1887 OCT 30
d.1949 OCT 28
Father: Napoleon Henry Pleman Hinton  
Mother: Lavina Jane Sparks
Valentine P Hinton
Spouse1: Mary E Crose
b.1844 MAR 01 Sugar Creek, Thorntown, Boone, Indiana
d.1897 FEB 22 Frankfort, Clinton County, Indiana, USA
Father: Jeremiah Zachariah Hinton Jr.  
Mother: Elizabeth Jane Willey ELIZA
Viola Estelene Hinton
Spouse1: Larry Gilling
b.1894 MAR 28
d.1965 MAY 12
Father: Napoleon Henry Pleman Hinton  
Mother: Lavina Jane Sparks
immigrant
William Sr Hinton
Spouse1: Mary Egerton
b.1662 England
d.1695 St Annes Parrish, Anne Arundel, Maryland Colonial America
Father: Thomas Hinton II  
Mother: Alice Anne Bosier
WIlliam Dalas Hinton b.1865 JUL 08 Colfax IN
d. Warren Twp, Julietta, Marion, Indiana
Father: Valentine P Hinton  
Mother: Mary E Crose

2 HInton Photos

.Ma and Paw  Guntle  Golden wedding anniversary.
Ma and Paw Guntle Golden wedding anniversary
James Cloyd Guntle and Myrtle Estelle Hinton
.Napoleon Henry Hinton Family.
Napoleon Henry Hinton Family
This photo is the Napoleon Henry Hinton family. Napoleon and his wife Lavina Jane Sparks were my G,G, grandparents. Myrtle Estella Hinton (b 1879) (front row right) is my Great grandmother, she married James Cloyd Guntle Front row left is Mary Elizabeth Hinton (Myrtles sister , they called her Aunt Dee). Back row is Myrtles other brothers and sisters Eva Etta Hinton, Thomas Vernice Hinton, Viola Esteline Hinton (aunt Vi), Martha Ellen Hinton, Frederick Francis Hinton, Maurice Fletcher Hinton, Aura Belle Hinton, and Irene Lanora Hinton (died when she was 17).

Napoleon died in 1908, His wife Lavina Jane Sparks died in 1913.
 

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