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HINSEY Families

Germany to Delaware, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Indiana

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My second great-grandparents Mary HINSEY 1823-1895 Pennsylvania to Montgomery County, Ohio to Wabash County, Indiana and Samuel ROYER 1819-1877 Montgomery County, Ohio to Servia, Wabash County, Indiana.


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3rd great-grandparents John Adam HINSEY 1783 Lancaster County, Pennsylvania to Montgomery County, Ohio to 1866 Wabash County, Indiana and Mariah BURKHOLDER 1792 Lancaster County, Pennsylvania to Montgomery County, Ohio to 1869 Wabash County, Indiana. Both are buried in the Cripe Cemetery Pleasant Township. Son Jacob was born in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania in 1816. Was in 1840 Hamilton County, Ohio and may have been in Darke County, Ohio.

4th great-grandparents were John Henry HINSEY 1730 left Hamburg, Germany by way of Cowes, England arrived on the ship Leathley September 19, 1753 in Philadelphia to after 1794 Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware and Elizabeth POST of New Castle County, Delaware. He served in the Revolutionary War in Delaware with his son John Henry HINSEY jr. from Ancestry.com. DAR confirms John Hinsey as Private in Capt. Isaac Grantham Militia as A055425.

All genealogy research contain errors, so let me know if your research contradicts mine. My research of Indiana and Ohio families comes from conversations with relatives, copied scrapbooks, library research, online records, courthouse visits, and multiple visits to final resting places on family farms and cemeteries. Families in other states rely mostly on the research of others. If you have additional information on any families, corrections, photos, or anything to add to the history of our families, please leave a Comment in my Guest book, join my Follis Families on Facebook page, or send an Email. Read Dick Eastman's discussion of Unverified Data.

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