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  • Name Robert Jesse HINSON 
    Born 1728  Stafford County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 26 Apr 1802  Fauquier County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Buried Warrenton Cemetery Find all individuals with events at this location 
    • 110 West Lee Street
      Warrenton, Fauquier County, Virginia, 20186 USA
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    • Will of Robert Hinson
      In the name of God Amen, I, Robert Hinson of Fauquier Co. and the state of Virginia, being sick and weak in body but in perfect mind and memory thanks be to God calling unto mine the mortality of my body and knowing that it is appointed for all men to die do make and ordain this my last will and testament evoking all others that is today. First of all, I recommend my soul into the hand of Almighty God that gave it & my body to the Earth to be buried in a Christian like manner by my Executors here aforementioned. And as touching such worldly estate where with it has pleased God to bless me with in this life I give, demise and dispose of the same in the following manner and form to wit. First I construct make and ordain James Hinson and Tapley Hinson, my two sons, the sole Executors of this, my last will and testament. First it is my desire that my land & all my Negroes continue in the hands of my aforesaid Executors to dispose of or sell to the best advantage allowing them two years and from the day of my death to perform the same should not opportunity permit sooner. I also leave in the hands of my Executors my sorrell horse to be sold imed after my death or as soon as an advantagious sell can be made and the money arising from the sale I wish my Executors with what money I have by me to purchase a Negroe which Negroe is to belong to my Estate & to be sold when the rest is equally divided _______ _______ it is my desire that my Executors keep as much of my stock of all kind as will be wanted? for the use of my Negroes & plantation also what of my furniture may be wanted?. The rest of my goods and chattles to be sold in legal manner & the money arising from such sale to be equally divided amongst my children with the rest of my estate. Is my desire is that my Executors furnish Elizabeth Whitton with twenty dollars in six months after my death. My desire is that when my estate is sold I wish the money to be equally divided amongst all my children except twenty dollars to be deducted out of my daughter Ann Dialls part. If there is more made on my land than support my Negroes I wish it to be equally divided also the above mentioned twenty dollars for Elizabeth Whitton is to be deducted out of her part of the estate. I wish my Executors to pay any legal or just debt that may come against my estate in _______ where of I have here into set my hand seal this 29 day of March 1802.
      Robert Hinson
      (A big R scribbled here above Mark)
      Mark
      Tst.
      John Blackwell
      John Bronaugh
      Thomas Blackwell

      Signed Will 29 Mar 1802 Fauquier Co., VA, recorded in Culpeper Co., VA, Book 1796-1804, Pages 355-356.

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      Robert used an "R" rather than an "X" for his mark. This is shown both on his will and on the marriage for Jesse Hinson to Elizabeth Crawford. The stray marks around Robert's signature/mark on his will appear to have been caused by excess ink on the "R" being blotted and accidentally laid down near the upper part of the "R" and on the lowercase letters in "Hinson".

      Source - Les Tate (lrtate@comcast.net)

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      The name is shown as "Hinson," as it is recorded on various old records. Robert Hinson could not read and write, so the spelling of his name was left up to the clerk who was handling the record at the time.
      Robert Hinson had at least ten children. There are records showing that he owned 214 acres of land.
      Recorded a cattle mark 1762 in Prince William Co. Book 1759-62, page 374
      Purchased 164 + 47 acres from Mr. Dodd 6 Nov 1768 on Tin Pot Run (creek in southern part of Fauquier Co., VA)
      There is a record of Robert Hinson allowing claim for sale of 375 pounds of beef at 3 cents per pound on March 26, 1782.
      Robert Hanson could possibly be the grandson of Joseph Hanson, who is listed as paying tobacco tax levy in Stafford Co., VA in 1686.
      Some researchers have Robert's father listed as Samuel Hanson, b. Abt. 1708 at Charles Co., MD


      [Some of the above information was taken from a Hanson paper written by the descendants of Adolphus D. and Nancy Denver Satterfield Hanson.]

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      The first documented record found on the Robert Hinson of this study, thus far, is his purchase of 117 acres of land from John Higgins in Prince William Co. in 1755. (Order Book 1754-55) On November 6, 1779, "Robert Hinson of Fauquier Co." requested the additon of 47 acres of "waste land." It was surveyed by John Moffett, making a total of 164 acrs. (Patent Book I, p. 372) A purchase of 50 additional acres in 1779 brought his holdings to 214 acres. This tract was consistently in the land tax list of Fauquier Co. from 1782 until Robert's death in 1802. Fauquier Co. Deed Book 15, page 259, notes: "James and Tapley Hinson, executors of Robert Hinson, deceased...to Alex Morson, 214 acres lying on Licking and Tin Pot Runs. Fifty acres of said land was purchased by Robert Hinson, deceased of William Cocke and 164 acres granted by Lord Fairfax."
      A few other court records exist on Robert. In Prince William Minute Book, 1759-62, page 374, June Court 1762, Robert Hinson's cattle mark was recorded. In the Prince William Court Orders of 1773-80 Robert Hinson was licensed to keep an Ordinary, or tavern. The "Fauquier Co. Historical Bulletin," page 363, notes that Robert Hinson was allowed claim for sale of 375 pounds of beef at 3 cents per pound at the clerks office, March 26, 1782. This was for reimbursement of supplying the army during the Revolutionary War.
      Robert Hinson wrote his will on March 1, 1802, and it is recorded in Fauquier Co. Will Book 3, 1796-1804. It was proved in court on April 29 of the same year. The only children named in the will were James and Tapley Hinson, executors, and the daughter Ann Dialls. Elizabeth Whitton was left $20. The residue of the estate was "to be equally divided amongst my children." Robert's wife was not mentioned, so she had apparently died.
      James G. Faulconer (JFaulconer@aol.com)

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      The Virginia Herald
      September 17 1802

      TO BE SOLD: To the highest bidder on the 1st day of November for ready cash, a tract of land belonging to the Estate of Robert Hinson, deceased, lying in Fauquier Co., containing 214 acres more or less, joining the town of Fayetteville, about 7 or 8 miles below the Courthouse, about 30 miles above the Falls of Rappahannack, and about 35 miles from Dumfries, with a good dwelling house and kitchen, and other neccessary houses, and good water, the buildings are conjoined with the aforesaid town of Fayetteville; a very beautiful place for a tavern, Merchandising, or any public line of business; about 15 or 20 acres of good Timothy Meadows, and supposed to be about 100 acres of woodland, part of which is good meadow land, and good orchards. Any person desirous to take a view of the aforesaid land, may apply to Tapley Hinson living on the premises; undoubted rights will be made to the said land by James Hinson and Tapley Hinson, Exors.

      September 10 1802


      "With this, we have pinpointed the location of Robert's land. Fayettesville is now the town of Opal, south of Warrenton. There is a branch of Tin Pot Run and Licking Run just west of this town. His land stretched between the two. We know that from deeds."
      Source - Ann Summers (texann@abilene.com)

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    • Henson Family

      The Hensons are of English descent, and they arrived in this country by the mid 1600's. The spelling of the name varies from Hinson, Hynson, Hanson, to Henson, the latter being the more common today. Records on these early Hensons are found in Stafford, Westmoreland and Essex counties, Virginia and Charles County, Maryland. The connections among these Hensons are not known yet, but we still try.

      Blair Jones includes a study of Robert Hinson in his Westbrook and Allied Families. According to this. Robert Hinson was probably born about 1728 in Stafford County, Virginia and his parents were probably from Charles County, Maryland. Robert probably married about 1749 in Prince William County, the part that was to become Fauquier County in 1759. The wife's name is not known, but she must have died after the birth of their youngest son, John, in 1777.

      This writer concurs that Robert Hinson probably came from Stafford County, for several were in the area. Quite possibly he was a descendant of Joseph and Elizabeth Hoyle Henson, who lived in the latter half of the 1600's in Stafford County. A Robert Henson and Andrew Henson are mentioned in a deed dated October 13, 1703 (Deed Book W-Z, p. 186)

      The first documented record found on the Robert Hinson of this study, thus far, is his purchase of 117 acres of land from John Higgins in Prince William County in 1755 (Order Book 1754-55). On November 6, 1779, "Robert Hinson of Fauquier Co." requested the addition of 47 acres of "waste land". It was surveyed by John Moffett, making a total of 164 acres (Patent Book I, p. 372) A purchase of 50 additional acres in 1779 brought his holdings to 217 acres. This tract was consistently in the land tax list of Fauquier County from 1782 until Robert's death in 1802. Fauquier County Deed Book 15, page 259, notes" James and Tapley Hinson, executors of Robert Hinson, deceased.. to Alex Morson, 214 acres lying on Licking and Tin Pot Runs. Fifty acres of said land was purchased by Robert Hinson, deceased of William Cooke and 164 acres granted by Lord Fairfax."

      A few other court records exist on Robert. In Prince William Minuet Book, 1759-62, page 374, June Court 1762, Robert Hinson's cattle mark was recorded. In the Prince William Court Orders of 1773-80 Robert Hinson was licensed to keep and Ordinary, or tavern. The "Fauquier County Historical Bulletin, page 363, notes " Robert Hinson was allowed claim for sale of 375 pounds of beef at 3 cents per pound at the clerks office, March 26, 1782. This was for reimbursement of supplying the army during the Revolutionary War.

      Robert Hinson wrote his will on March 1, 1802, and is recorded in Fauquier County Will Book 3, 1796-1804. It was proved in court on April 29 of the same year. The only children named in the will were James and Tapley Hinson, executors, and the daughter Ann Dialls. Elizabeth Whitton was left $20. The residue of the estate was "to be equally divided amongst my children". Robert's wife was not mentioned, so she had apparently died

      Blair Jones reconstructs from various sources, ten children of Robert Hinson:

      Robert Hinson, Jr., was born on December 25, 1750. He served in the Revolutionary War and lived to apply for his pension, # R4902, on March 17, 1846, age 95. He stated that he was born on December 25 in Fauquier County, mentioned his father, Robert Hinson, and his brothers, Tapley and James who lived about 15 miles from the 96 District Courthouse in South Carolina.

      Elizabeth Hinson, who married a Whitton.

      Ann Hinson, who married Matthew Conner on May 25, 1781. Bondsman were M. Conner and Edward Settle. In Robert's will, he refers to her as Ann Dials, so she may have been remarried.

      James Hinson, was born about 1765 and married Ann Quisenberry on January 18, 1786. Charles Colvin posted the security bond. John "Cusinberry" father of the bride, and Robert Hinson, father of the groom, were recorded, B. Brooke was witness. As seen above he was in South Carolina in the 1800's.

      Jesse Hinson, was born in 1767. Two marriages are listed for him in the records. He married (1) Mary Sullivan on April 19, 1787 and the records note that Jesse is the son of Robert Hinson. Jesse married (2) Elizabeth Crawford on November 28, 1787. In the latter, Reuben Crawford, father of the bride, signed his consent. Robert Hinson posted the security bond, and John Miller and William Homes were witnesses.

      Tapley Hinson, was born in 1768 and married Elizabeth Holder on July 11, 1792. The marriage bond noted that she was the daughter of Davis Holder. Henson signed the security bond and William Crawford and John Holder were witnesses. ("Tapley" is an interesting name and leads us to wonder if Robert's wife was a member of the Tapley family of Virginia.

      William Hinson, was born in 1770.

      Haney Hinson, was born about 1772. She married Martin Dye on February 3, 1786 and the marriage bond indicates she was the daughter of Robert Hinson.

      Margaret Hinson, was born about 1775. She married Presley Garner on December 18, 1793. She is listed as the daughter of Robert on the marriage bond. John Hinson, was born about 1777.


    • Our Fourth Great Grandfather, Robert Hanson/Hinson was born in 1728 in Stafford Co., VA and died in 1802 in Fauquier Co., VA. He left a will dated 29 Mar 1802 in Fauquier Co listing some of his children. His wife is not listed and we assume that she died prior to the will. We have not been able to verify his wife's name.

      Will of Robert HinsonIn the name of God Amen, I, Robert Hinson of Fauquier County and thestate of Virginia, being sick and weak in body but in perfect mind andmemory thanks be to God calling unto mine the mortality of my body andknowing that it is appointed for all men to die do make and ordain thismy last will and testament evoking all others that is today. First ofall, I recommend my soul into the hand of Almighty God that gave it & mybody to the Earth to be buried in a Christian like manner by my Executorshere aforementioned. And as touching such worldly estate where with ithas pleased God to bless me with in this life I give, demise and disposeof the same in the following manner and form to wit. First I constructmake and ordain James Hinson and Tapley Hinson, my two sons, the soleExecutors of this, my last will and testament. First it is my desire thatmy land & all my Negroes continue in the hands of my aforesaid Executorsto dispose of or sell to the best advantage allowing them two years andfrom the day of my death to perform the same should not opportunitypermit sooner. I also leave in the hands of my Executors my sorrell horseto be sold imed after my death or as soon as an advantagious sell can bemade and the money arising from the sale I wish my Executors with whatmoney I have by me to purchase a Negroe which Negroe is to belong to myEstate & to be sold when the rest is equally divided _______ _______ itis my desire that my Executors keep as much of my stock of all kind aswill be wanted? for the use of my Negroes & plantation also what of myfurniture may be wanted?. The rest of my goods and chattles to be sold inlegal manner & the money arising from such sale to be equally dividedamongst my children with the rest of my estate. Is my desire is that myExecutors furnish Elizabeth Whitton with twenty dollars in six monthsafter my death. My desire is that when my estate is sold I wish the moneyto be equally divided amongst all my children except twenty dollars to bededucted out of my daughter Ann Dialls part. If there is more made on myland than support my Negroes I wish it to be equally divided also theabove mentioned twenty dollars for Elizabeth Whitton is to be deductedout of her part of the estate. I wish my Executors to pay any legal orjust debt that may come against my estate in _______ where of I have hereinto set my hand seal this 29 day of March 1802.Robert Hinson(A big R scribbled here above Mark)MarkTst.John BlackwellJohn BronaughThomas BlackwellSigned Will 29 Mar 1802 Fauquier Co. VA, recorded in Culpepper Co., VA,Book 1796-1804, Pages 355-356.The name is shown as "Hinson," as it is recorded on various old records.Robert Hinson could not read and write, so the spelling of his name wasleft up to the clerk who was handling the record at the time.Robert Hinson had at least ten children. There are records showing thathe owned 214 acres of land.

      A cattle mark for Robert Hinson was recorded in1762 in Prince William Co. Book 1759-62, page 374.He purchased 164 + 47 acres from Mr. Dodd 6 Nov 1768 on Tin Pot Run (creekin southern part of Fauquier Co., VA).There is a record of Robert Hinson allowing claim for sale of 375 poundsof beef at 3 cents per pound on March 26, 1782.Robert Hanson could possibly be the grandson of Joseph Hanson, who islisted as paying tobacco tax levy in Stafford County, VA in 1686.Some researchers have Robert's father listed as Samuel Hanson, b. Abt.1708 at Charles County, Maryland[Some of the above information was taken from a Hanson paper written bythe descendants of Adolphus D. and Nancy Denver Satterfield Hanson.]

      "The first documented record found on the Robert Hinson of this study,thus far, is his purchase of 117 acres of land from John Higgins inPrince William County in 1755. (Order Book 1754-55) On November 6, 1779,"Robert Hinson of Fauquier Co." requested the additon of 47 acres of"waste land." It was surveyed by John Moffett, making a total of 164acrs. (Patent Book I, p. 372) A purchase of 50 additional acres in 1779brought his holdings to 214 acres. This tract was consistently in theland tax list of Fauquier County from 1782 until Robert's death in 1802.Fauquier County Deed Book 15, page 259, notes: "James and Tapley Hinson,executors of Robert Hinson, deceased...to Alex Morson, 214 acres lying onLicking and Tin Pot Runs. Fifty acres of said land was purchased byRobert Hinson, deceased of William Cocke and 164 acres granted by LordFairfax."A few other court records exist on Robert. In the Prince William Minute Book,1759-62, page 374, June Court 1762, Robert Hinson's cattle mark wasrecorded. In the Prince William Court Orders of 1773-80 Robert Hinson waslicensed to keep an Ordinary, or tavern. The "Fauquier County HistoricalBulletin," page 363, notes that Robert Hinson was allowed claim for saleof 375 pounds of beef at 3 cents per pound at the clerks office, March26, 1782. This was for reimbursement of supplying the army during theRevolutionary War.

      Robert Hinson's Will:Fauquier County Will Book 3, 1796-1804. It was proved in court on April29 of the same year. The only children named in the will were James andTapley Hinson, executors, and the daughter Ann Dialls. Elizabeth Whittonwas left $20. The residue of the estate was "to be equally dividedamongst my children." Source: James G. Faulconer (JFaulconer@@aol.com

    • From: LLora90501@aol.com
      Subject: Re: [17] Re: Hagan-Hanson
      Date: Sat, 24 Mar 2001 15:13:59 EST
      http://newsarch.rootsweb.com/th/read/ALCLAY/2001-03/0985464837


      Hi Mildred,

      Although the name is actually Hanson, in most records in GA and AL they were
      recorded (or interpreted) as Henson.

      This may be more than you asked for, but this is the family line:

      1. Robert Hinson/Hanson, b. 1728 in Stafford Co., VA, d. 1802 in Fauquier
      Co., VA Supposedly he was married to a Mary or Margaret Peake, but I've not
      been able to document this yet.

      Children of Robert and "Mary" are: (my line of descent in bold)

      i. Ann Hanson b. 1748, m. (1) Dialls; m. (2) Mathew Carnor on May 25, 1781
      in Fauquier Co., VA
      ii. Elizabeth Hanson, b. 1749; m. (1) John Whitton; m. (2) William Garner.
      iii. Robert Hanson Jr., b. Dec. 25, 1750, Prince William Co. (became
      Fauquier Co.), d. abt. 1846 in Revolutionary War Poorhouse. Married Polly
      (Rose) Whitton, sister of John.
      iv. Jesse Hanson, b. July 24, 1761, Fauquier Co., VA; d. March 7, 1852 in
      Randolph Co., AL. Married (1) Mary Sullivan; (2) Elizabeth Crawford; (3)
      Mary Murphy (some debate about Mary Murphy marriage; he would have been 80 at
      the time and she about 56).
      v. Charles Hanson, b. 1763 Fauquier Co., VA; d. 1793
      vi. James Hanson, b. 1765, Fauquier Co., VA
      vii. Tapley Hanson, b. 1768, Fauquier Co., VA, d. after 1820, Morgan Co. GA
      viii. William Hanson, b. 1770
      ix. Haney Hanson, b. 1772, Fauquier Co., VA; d. 1820 Mercer, KY. Married
      Martin Dye, February 3, 1786, Fauquier Co.
      x. John Hanson, b. 1775 Fauquier Co.
      xi. Margaret "Peggy" Hanson, b. 1775 (?) Fauquier Co.; d. 1839 in Clark Co.,
      GA. Married Presley Garner. He died Janu. 1839 in Clark Co., GA; Peggy is
      in his will dated 14 Jan. 1839.
      xii. Caty Hanson, b. abt. 1776, m. John Holder, Oct. 1, 1798; d. Oct. 1822,
      Calrk Co., GA

      Children of Jesse Hanson and Elizabeth Crawford:

      i. Jane Hanson, b. abt. 1788 in Fauquier Co; d. abt. 1870 in Floyd Co., GA.
      Married Philip AQUILLA Phelps Dec. 5, 1807 in Clark Co., GA.
      ii. Thomas Hanson
      iii. Rueben Crawford Hanson, Sr.
      iv. Sarah "Sally Hanson, b. 1796 Fauquier Co.; d. Nov. 1858 Tallapoosa Co.,
      AL. Married Edwin Lamberth (father of the Lamberths listed below, making for
      an interesting family mix).
      v. William "Billy" Hanson, b. 1797 Fauquier Co.; d. April 9, 1866, Randolph
      Co., AL. Married Polly Lamberth
      vi. James Hanson, b. 1803; m. Elizabeth Munkers, Sept. 19, 1829 Carroll Co.,
      GA
      vii. George Washington Hanson, b. 1804
      viii. Kate Hanson b. 1807; m. Allen Lamberth
      ix. Jesse Hanson, Jr., b. 1808; m. (1) Polly Neil; m. (2) Elizabeth Petty in
      Morgan Co., GA
      x. Peggy Hanson, b. 1812

      Children of Billy Hanson and Polly Lamberth:

      i. Susanna "Sukie" Hanson, b. 1822, Carroll Co., GA. Married Johnson Curry.
      ii. Aquilla Hanson, b. 1824, Carroll Co., GA; died May 21, 1863 and buried
      at the Civil War Veterans Cemetery in Chattanooga, TN. He married Lucinda
      Evelyn Hopkins in January 1846, probably in Randolph Co., AL, but no records
      are available to prove this yet.
      iii. JOSEPH MORGAN HANSON, b. 1827 Carrollton, Carroll Co., GA; d. November
      29, 1864, Franklin, Williamson Co., TN. He married Susanna Noland in 1846 in
      Randolph Co., AL, the daughter of George Noland and Elizabeth Addison.
      The person to contact for more information on this family is Barry Mason, a
      descendent of Joseph Morgan. Barry can be reached at: bma630@airmail.net
      iv. Jesse Hanson, b. April 29, 1828, Carroll Co., GA; d. March 15, 1878,
      Bluff Springs, Clay Co., AL. Married Elizabeth "Betsy" Walls in Wedowee, AL.

      Children of Aquilla Hanson and Lucinda Hopkins are:

      i. James Oliver (Judge J.O.) Hanson, b. Oct. 1846, Randolph Co., AL; d.
      March 31, 1915, Water Valley, Tom Green Co., TX. J.O. married Harriet Evelyn
      Phillips in Calhoun Co., MS on Aug. 11, 1864.
      ii. Sarah Ann Hanson
      iii. Claudia Hanson
      iv. Laburn Gibson Hanson
      v. Joseph Hanson

      Children of J.O. Hanson and Harriet Phillips:

      i. Mellisa Hanson
      ii. Sallie Hanson
      iii. Margaret Hanson
      iv. Laburn Bates Hanson, b. April 16, 1872, Water Valley, MS; d. February
      11, 1936, Water Valley, Tom Green Co., TX. Married Annie Boyd of San Saba
      Co., TX.
      v. Belle Hanson
      vi. Nona Hanson
      vii. Lewis Hanson
      viii. Katie Hanson
      ix. Wright Hanson

      Children of L.B. Hanson and Annie Boyd are:

      i. Thelma
      ii. Noel "Pete" Hanson
      iii. Covert "Pelley" Hanson
      iv. Annie Hanson
      v. Labe Hanson Jr.
      vi. James William "Jebb" Hanson
      vii. Howard Harry ("Dogie") Hanson, b. Aug. 6, 1915, Water Valley, Tom Green
      Co., TX; d. Sep. 16, 2000; m. Lucille Elizabeth Ormsby.

      Children of Dogie Hanson and Lucille Ormsby:

      i. Anthony Frederick Hanson
      ii. Harriet Elizabeth Hanson

      Again, Barry Mason is the person to contact for further information on Joseph
      Morgan Hanson and Susan Noland. Let me know if you have any questions about
      others mentioned above.

      Good luck with your search,
      Harriet Hanson Lora
    Person ID I7512  Johnson & Hanson
    Last Modified 2 Jan 2021 

    Father Joseph HINSON,   b. Abt 1686, Charles County, MD Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Mother Margaret WOOD 
    Family ID F83  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family Margaret "Peggy" PATRICK,   b. 29 Mar 1728, Stafford, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 26 Apr 1802, Fauquier County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 74 years) 
    Married 1749 
    Children 
     1. Ann HINSON,   b. 1748, Fauquier County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1803, Fauquier, Virginia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 55 years)
    +2. Elizabeth HINSON,   b. 1749, Fauquier County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1820, Virginia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 71 years)
     3. Robert HINSON, JR.,   b. 25 Dec 1750, Prince William Co. (became Fauquier Co.) Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Aft 17 Mar 1846, Revolutionary War Poorhouse, Fauquier County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age > 96 years)
    +4. Jesse HINSON, SR.,   b. 24 Jul 1761, Fauquier County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 7 Mar 1852, Randolph County Alabama Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 90 years)
     5. Charles HINSON,   b. 1763, Fauquier Co, VA Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1793  (Age 30 years)
     6. James HINSON, Sr,   b. 1765, Fauquier County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 4 Jul 1842, Morgan Co, GA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 77 years)
     7. Tapley HINSON,   b. 1768, Fauquier County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1820, Morgan County, Georgia, USA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 52 years)
    +8. William Charles HINSON,   b. 1770, Fauquier County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 3 Mar 1842, Monroe Co., GA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 72 years)
    +9. Hannah HINSON,   b. 24 Jan 1772, Fauquier County Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Abt 1820, Mercer, KY Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 47 years)
     10. Margaret HINSON,   b. 1775, Fauquier County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 14 Jan 1839, Clark Co., GA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 64 years)
     11. Caty HINSON,   b. 1776,   d. Oct 1822, Clark County, GA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 46 years)
     12. John HINSON,   b. 1777, Fauquier County, Virginia Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Bef 1820  (Age < 43 years)
    Last Modified 7 Nov 2017 
    Family ID F2756  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

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