1. Maurice Hinchee (1769-1835) m Polly Stalcup (1772-?) 2.. Jonas J. Hinchee (1798-1839) m Margaret "Peggy" Smith (c1791-1879) 3... Samuel Kratzer Hinchee (1829-1911) +Jane Ann Ragland (1835-1870) 4.... James E. Hinchey (1854-?) 1,2,3,4 +Jane Ann Ashbrook (1840-?) 4.... Jennie Hinchey (c1874-?) 5,6 4.... Samuel Ashbrook Hinchey (1875-1950) 3,5,6,7 4.... Miller Hinchey (1880-?) 3,5,6,8 4.... Ford E. Hinchey (1883-<1930) 3,6,8 +Virginia Ashbrook (1846-<1910)
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Samuel Kratzer Hinchee9,10 [Samuel K. Hinchey1,2,3,5,8,11, Samuel K. Hinshey12, Samuel K. Hinsley13].
Born Nov 6 1829, Logan County, Kentucky.1,2,5,8,9,10,11 (Nov 6 1830).12,14 (Nov - 1833).3
Samuel was shown in the 1850 census (Aug 20 1850), living in the household of an Albert & Melinda Jones in Logan County, Kentucky:11
He married Jane Ann Ragland13,14,15 [Jane Ann Raglune16], Mar 24 185313,14,15, Logan County, Kentucky13,14,15. Jane, daughter of Samuel B. Ragland & Mary Turner, was born Aug 30 1835, Kentucky.1,12 (c1833).16 (1834).13,14
Sam and family were shown in the 1860 census (Aug 20 1860), Lovelaceville, Ballard County, Kentucky:1
Jane died Jan 22 1870, buried Ashbrook Cemetery (Ashbrook Family Graveyard), near Gage, Ballard County, Kentucky.12 (1871).
Widower Sam and son were shown in the 1870 census (Jun 30 1870), Lovelaceville, Ballard County, Kentucky:2
He then married Jane Ann Ashbrook, Jan 8 1872.7,13,14 Jane, daughter of Thomas Ashbrook & Minerva Pertle, was born 1840, Kentucky.13,14 (c1844).5
Sam and family were shown in the 1880 census (Jun 7 1880), Lovelaceville, Ballard County, Kentucky:5
He then married Virginia Ashbrook, Aug 2 1886, at his home, Ballard County, Kentucky.3,17 Virginia was born Dec - 1846, Kentucky.3
Sam and family were shown in the 1900 census (Jul 2 1900), Carlisle County, Kentucky:3
Virginia died before Apr 27 1910.8
Widower Sam was shown in the 1910 census (Apr 27 1910), living in the household of son Ford, Carlisle County, Kentucky:8
Samuel Kratzer Hinchee died 1911, Lovelaceville, Ballard County, Kentucky; buried Ashbrook Cemetery (Ashbrook Family Graveyard), near Gage, Ballard County, Kentucky.12 (1914).9,10
A biographical sketch of Samuel was published in Godspeed's "History of Kentucky From the Earliest Time to the Present":13
HINSLEY, SAMUEL K.
Born 6 Nov 1830 in Logan Co., KY, the son of Jonas Hinshey (1796-1837) of Virginia.
Jonas was the son of Morris Hinshey, an Englishman who served in the Revolutionary War and died in 1835. Jonas married Mrs. Margaret Ford. She died in 1873, over age 80, the daughter of Benjamin SMITH. The children of Jonas and Margaret were: Samuel K., Benjamin S. and Granville.
On 24 March 1853, Samuel K. married Jane A. RAGLAND, daughter of Samuel B. and Mary (TURNER) RAGLAND of Logan Co. KY. Jane was born in 1834 and died in 1871. They had one child, James E.
Samuel K. then married 8 January 1872 to Jane A. ASHBROOK, daughter of Thomas and Minerva (PERTLE) Ashbrooks of Ballard Co. Jane was born in 1840. To this marriage were born Jennie, Samuel A., Miller and Ford. Samuel was Presbyterian and Democrat.
Another biographical sketch was published in "Histories and Biographies of Ballard, Calloway, Fulton, Graves, Hickman, McCracken and Marshall Counties, Kentuck" (1972, Kentucky Reprint Company, Murray, Kentucky), a reprint of Part II of "Kentucky: A History of the State" (Battle, J.H., W.H. Perrin and G.C. Kniffin, 1885):14
SAMUEL K. HINSHEY was born November 6, 1830, in Logan County, Ky., where he grew to manhood and in 1857 removed to Ballard County, where he has since resided. His father, Jonas Hinshey, a native of Virginia, was a soldier in the war of 1812, and died in 1837, aged forty-one years. He was a son of Morris, and Englishman, who served in the American Revolution and died about 1835. Jonas married Mrs. Margaret Ford; she died in 1873, aged over eighty years, a daughter of Benjamin Smith, and from this union sprang: our subject, Benjamin S. and Granville. The Ford children are: John, Charles, Robert C., Henry M., Mary A. (Perrin) and Patience. On March 24, 1853, subject was married to Miss Jane A. (born in 1834, died in 1871), daughter of Samuel B. and Mary (Turner) Ragland, of Logan County, from which union sprang one child, James E. Subject was next married January 8, 1872, to Miss Jane A., daughter of Thomas and Minerva (Pertle) Ashbrook, of Ballard County (born in 1840), and to them were born Jennie, Samuel A., Miller and Ford. For twenty years subject has been successfully engaged in milling. He has been constable and city judge. He is also a licensed attorney. He is a member of the I. O. O. F.; of the K. of G. R., and of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church. In politics he is a Democrat.
Photo: Biographical sketch of Samuel K. Hinshey 14
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