1. John Hyndshaw (<1700->1741) 2.. James Hyndshaw (1720->1770) 1
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John Hyndshaw2,3 [John Handshaw4].
Born before 1700.2
John was a "bookbinder".5 On Feb 25 1729 John's book shop was mentioned in Benjamin Franklin's "Pennsylvania Gazette":3
Again on May 7 1730 John's shop was mentioned in Ben Franklin's newspaper:3
Hyndshaw, John, whose shop is in Market St., opposite to the Presbyterian Meeting-house in Phila. - sells books and stationery and binds books.
Hyndshaw, John, at the Sign of the Two Bibles in Market St., over against the Presbyterian Meeting-house in Phila. - binds and sells books.
On September 18, 1732, John was a witness to the will of John Mitchell of Cossiam, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania.6
On July 4, 1733, John was a bondsman to the will of John Drummond, Earl of Melfort.7
On November 6, 1733, John was a witness to the will of David Griffin of Wallpack, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.5
On November 30, 1741, John was a bondsman for the will of Elizabeth Allen of Essex County, New Jersey.5
In 1786 John is shown in the Federal Tax List of Allen Township, Northampton County, Pennsylvania:4
John Hyndshaw died after 1741, Essex County, New Jersey.5
See also: Jacob Hinshaw who immigrated to Pennsylvania in 1741 and who might be related.
See also: Moses Hinshaw who was married in Philadelphia in 1777, and who might have been related.
See also: Conrad Hanshew who lived in Pennsylvania in this same era and who might be related.
See also: Joseph Henshaw whose family lived in Pennsylvania in this same era and who might be related.
See also: Nicholas Henshaw who was born in Philadelphia in 1705, and who might have been related.
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