1. Patterson Hinchey (c1805-1862) +Rebecca Holderway (c1806-1885) 2.. Henry Harrison Hinchey (1826-1895) 1,2 2.. Catherine Hinchey (1828-?) 1 2.. Sarah Elisabeth Hinchey (1832-?) 1,2,3,4 2.. William Hinchey (c1835-?) 1 2.. Harrison Hinchey (c1837-?) 1 2.. Lucinda Hinchey (c1839-?) 1,2,3,4 2.. Albert Lee Hinchey (1841-1882) 1 2.. Larkin Elzy Hinchey (1843-1865) 1,2,3,4 2.. James G. Hinchey (1844-1906) 1,2,3,4 2.. Joseph H. Hinchey (1849-?) 1,2,3,4
|Patterson Hinchey [ID 03548]||Click here to switch to Ancestror Tree view:|
Patterson Hinchey1,5,6 [Patterson Hinchy2, Patterson Hincher7,8,9].
Born about 1805, North Carolina.1,2,5
He married Rebecca Holderway1,5,7,9 [Rebecca Holdaway1,10], Apr 28 18251,5,7,9, Wilkes County, North Carolina1,5,7,9. Rebecca, daughter of Henry Holdaway & Eleanor Anderson, was born about 1806, Wilkes County, North Carolina.1,2,10
A marriage bond was recorded for Patterson Hincher & Rebecca Holderway on Apr 28 1825, Wilkes County, North Carolina. Bondsman: Moses Williams.8
Patterson Hinchey was shown in the 1830 census, Wilkes County, North Carolina:11
Patterson Hinchey was shown in the 1840 census, Wilkes County, North Carolina:12
Patterson and family apparently moved to Greene County, Tennessee approximately late 1849. They were shown in the 1850 census, Greene County, Tennessee:1,2
In the early 1850s they moved to adjoining Jefferson County.1
Patterson and family were shown in the 1860 census (Jun 29 1860), Jefferson County, Tennessee:3
The two year old child Cath shown in the 1860 census was probably not Patterson & Rebecca's child, but was more likely a grandchild or other close relative.13 Rebecca would have been 52 years old when Cath was born, and furthermore Patterson & Rebecca already had a daughter named Catherine. Cath might have been a daughter of sons Henry, William or Harrison.13
Patterson Hinchey died Mar 13 1862, Dandridge, Jefferson County, Tennessee.5
Widow Rebecca and daughter Sarah and family were shown in the 1870 census (Jul 12 1870), Jefferson County, Tennessee:16
On 3-25-1871, the Lost Creek MM women's meeting recorded Friends who were forwarded from a Preparative Meeting (probably just then laid down). Included were Rebeka M. Hinshaw and her son Joseph Hinshaw.18
Rebecca died 1885, Jefferson County, Tennessee.10
Mary Jane Hinchey #7993 might be an additional child of this family.13
See also: William Hincher and George Hincher who both also lived in Wilkes County, North Carolina. Note that William named his first son William Patterson Hincher.
Also see: Gilbert Hinchey #10927 who was probably closely related.
See also: Jonathan Hinshaw was married in Wilkes County, North Carolina, in this same time period and might be related.
See also: John Hinchey who was married in eastern Tennessee in 1821 and might be related.
Ambrose Milton Hincher (1918-2008), great grandson of William Hincher #2223, said that Patterson Hinchey and William Hincher/Hinchey/Hinshaw #2223 and George Hincher #2305 were brothers, and all lived in the Mulberry area just outside of North Wilkesboro, Wilkes County, North Carolina.19
Photo: Lost Creek Meeting House, Lost Creek, Tennessee photo taken in 1938 by Anna Marie Hinshaw Wing 20
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