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Name / Spouse Born/Died Father / Mother Notes
Asahel Hinman
Spouse1: Baldwin of Boulogne
b.
d.
Father: Samuel Hinman  
Mother:
LT
Benjamin Sr Hinman
b.1663
d.1713 Woodbury, New Haven County, Connecticut
Father: Sgt Edward Hinman  
Mother: Hannah Stiles
SGT
Edward Hinman
Spouse1: Hannah Stiles
b.1613 Stratford, Fairfield County, Connecticut Colony
d.1681 Stratford, Fairfield County, Connecticut Colony
Father:  
Mother:
Sergeant Edward Hinman, the immigrant ancestor, came from England, and settled in Stratford, Connecticut, about 1650. He was the first and only immigrant of the name in America. Tradition says that he belonged to the body guard of Charles I. as sergeant-at- arms, and escaped from Cromwells wrath to America. This is probably where he gained the title of sergeant, which he held in America. From the Dutch records at Albany, it appears that he had some kind of connection with Captain John Underbill in offering their military services to Governor Stuyvesant to fight the Indians, but the offer was declined, and tradition says that Sergeant Hinman disbanded his company at Stamford soon afterward, and settled at Stratford. He was a farmer and extensive landholder there, and was the first owner of the old tide mill between Stratford and what is now Bridgeport. Soon after settling there he had a house lot which is recorded and described in the "Stratford Records, igth month, 1668." Royal R. Hinman, in his work of 1856, says: "This house of Sergeant Hinman was located upon the west of the present Main street in Stratford, a little southwest of that noble old Episcopal church, the beauty of \vhich is its antiquated structure and plainness." At a town meeting on March 7, 1654, and on February 2, 1664, various pieces of land were given to him by division of the town lands. He also purchased lands at various times. In 1681 he sold his homestead and removed to Woodbury, Connecticut, where he made his will. He died November 26, 1681, it is thought in Stratford, where his will was proved and recorded. He mentioned all his children, and directed that his youngest son, Edward Jr., be brought up to a trade by Jehiel Preston, of Stratford. His death is recorded in Stratford. He was a man of pure character, and was much respected for his strict honesty and integrity. He married, in Stratford, Hannah, daughter of Francis and Sarah Stiles, who had removed from Windsor to Stratford. Children, born in Stratford: Sarah. September 10, 1653; Titus, born June, 1655 (see forward) ; Samuel, born 1658; Benjamin, born February, 1662-63; Hannah, born July 15, 1666; Mary, born 1668; Patience, born 1670; Edward, born 1672. Occupation: : Chosen packer for 9 successive years, from 1668 to 1675, for the town of Stratford. Wilcoxson (1939). Packers were responsible for packing and salting fish for shipment overseas.
Edward Jr Hinman b.1672 Jan Stratford, Fairfield County, Connecticut, United States
d.1726 Woodbury, Litchfield County, Connecticut, United States
Father: Sgt Edward Hinman  
Mother: Hannah Stiles
Place of Burial: Trumbull, Fairfield County, CT, United States Occupation: In 1717 was licensed to make cornstalk molasses within the county of Fairfield, for the next ten years, provided he should "make as good molasses, and as cheap, as comes from the West Indies."
Hannah Hinman b.1666
d.1743 Woodbury, Litchfield, Connecticut, USA
Father: Sgt Edward Hinman  
Mother: Hannah Stiles
married Jenner
Mary Hinman b.1668
d.1713
Father: Sgt Edward Hinman  
Mother: Hannah Stiles
Patience Hinman b.1670
d.
Father: Sgt Edward Hinman  
Mother: Hannah Stiles
married Burroughs
Rhoda Hinman
Spouse1: Romney Perigo
b.
d.
Father: Asahel Hinman  
Mother:
Samuel Hinman b.1658
d.
Father: Sgt Edward Hinman  
Mother: Hannah Stiles
Samuel Hinman b.1705
d.1758 Newark, Essex County, New Jersey, United States
Father: Edward Hinman Jr  
Mother:
Sarah Hinman b.1653
d.1691
Father: Sgt Edward Hinman  
Mother: Hannah Stiles
Titus Hinman b.1656
d.1736 Woodbury, Litchfield County, Connecticut Colony
Father: Sgt Edward Hinman  
Mother: Hannah Stiles


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