1. William ( Hinds ) Haynes I1 was born about 1614 in England. He died in prob. Marblehead, Essex, MA. William HAYNES emigrated in 1635 on the “Paule” with his sister Margery from Sudbury, Middl e sex, MA. (1345) He is noted as being a linen draper of Sutton-Mandeville Wilts, 10 miles so ut hwest of Salisbury.(NEHG 60:59 Notes)

He is supposed to be the son of Walter Haynes ….

Walter Haynes, born in England in 1583 was the owner of buildings in the village of Shaston, situated in the island of Purbeck, in the south-eastern portion of Dorsetshire. Walter was a linen weaver from Sutton, Mandefield, County of Wilts. Walter at the age of 55, along with his family and servents, arrived in Boston on the ship Confidence in 1638. The ship left from Southhampton in 1638.

About a year after his arrival, he along with others moved from Watertown, having obtained a grant for a township named Sudbury, where they settled on December 22, 1639. Walter was made a freeman in 1640 and was a representative in the years 1641, 1644, 1648 and 1651. He was one of the Selectmen of Sudbury for 10 years. He died at the age of 82, on February 14, 1664.

His will of May 25, 1659 mentions his wife Elixabeth and four of his surviving children. Apparently the family name at this time was most often spelled with an “I” instead of a “Y”.

This information is contained in a book called Decendants of Walter Haynes and Peter Noyes of Sudbury, Mass. Printed in Boston by David Clapp & Son, 115 high Street, 1893 and was provided to me by Kelley Weber another Haynes decendant.

Additional information from: Walter Haynes and his Descendants, ed. by Francis Haynes, p 57-58 B11C19 and The Wells Family by D.W. Norris and H.A. Feldman, printed by The Cramer-Krasselt Co. Milwaukee , Wisconsin, 1942 and from the Haynes/Noyes Journel.

He was married to Sarah Ingersoll (daughter of Richard Ingersoll and Agnus (Ann) Langley) in 1644. Sarah Ingersoll1 was born about 1616 in Bedfordshire, England. She died before 1703 in Houlton, MA.

+2 ii. Francis Hinds.

2. Francis Hinds (William-1) was born ~1655.

Ruth Cane, daughter of Christopher Cane and Margery (Cane), was born (date unknown).

Francis Hinds and Ruth Cane had the following child:

+3 i. Rev John Hinds, born 14 Feb 1682, Marblehead, Essex, MA; married Hannah Shaw, 11 Aug 1709.

3. John (Hinds) Hines Reverend1 (Francis-2, William ( Hinds )-1) was born on February 14, 1682 in Marblehead, Essex, MA.

He was married to Hannah Shaw (her 2nd husband (daughter of John Shaw and Hannah Whitmarsh)) on August 11, 1709. Hannah Shaw was born about 1680 in Weymouth, Suffolk, MA. She died on February 22, 1760.

Ebenezer Hinds

John (Hinds) Hines Reverend and Hannah Shaw had the following children
+4i.Chaplain Ebenezer Hinds RW – FIW (born on July 29, 1719).


ebenezer4. Chaplain Ebenezer Hinds RW – FIW1 (John (Hinds)-3, Francis-2, William ( Hinds )-1) was born on July 29, 1719 in Bridgewater, MA. He served in the military between 1755 and 1763 in Middleboro, MA Revolutionary War.2 Daughter of the American Revolution Patriot ID=645005 He died on April 19, 1812 in Fairhaven, Bristol, MA. He was buried after April 19, 1812 in Old Cemetery, Lakeville, MA. He served in the military in French and Indian War as Chaplain. He served in the military in Rev War as Chaplain. The Rev. Ebenezer Hinds, pastor of the Second Baptist Church, was the chaplain of the regiment from Middleboro that fought in the French and Indian Wars.

(His picture appears in the Middleboro History book with these words:

Ministry of Rev. Ebenezer Hinds, 1753-93

Ebenezer Hinds was born in Bridgewater, July 29, 1719, and was at one time a member of the Second Baptist Church in Boston. During his ministry a revival of religion occurred, whereby this church was increased to one hundred and four persons. During the French and Indain War he served as Chaplain in Captain Benjamin Pratt’s company, and was with them in their march to Saratoga, where he often preached. He was a man of unusual ability, and an earnest and devout Christian pastor, who did much to build up his church and increase the spirituality of its members during his forty years of service. He was remarkable for his bodily health and activity, and it is stated that at the age of eighty years he would spring upon his horse unaided and take long rides to visit his parishioners. Probably on account of his great age, he gave up his pastorate about the year 1793, and until the year 1805 there seems to have been no regular pastor, Mr. Hinds preaching occasionally as his strength would allow. At his death, April 29, 1812 , he conveyed to the church the parsonage which he had built and the land upon which it stands.

Chaplin , French and Indian War , Middleboro company under General Benjamin Pratt

Database: Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution (17 Vols.)

Note: Reverend Ebenzer Hinds has DAR Patriot ID #645005

Buried – HINDS, Ebenezer Old Cem Lakeville MA 56 Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots, Vol.2, p. —Serial: 11999; Volume: 8

He was married to Lydia Bartlett (possibly the daughter of Ebenezer BARTLETT and Mary Rider – other data says she was the daughter of Richard Bartlett ) on December 26, 1751 in Bridgewater, Mass.3 Lydia Bartlett1 was born on August 17, 1721 in Newton, Middlesex, Mass. She died on May 12, 1801.

Chaplain Ebenezer Hinds RW – FIW and Lydia Bartlett had the following children
+4i. Captain Bartlett Hinds (born April 4, 1755)
+5ii.Captain Abanoam Hinds (born on June 19, 1768).


4. Captain Bartlett Hinds (Ebenezer-4, John (Hinds)-3, Francis-2, William ( Hinds )-1) He was born at Middleboro, Mass. 4 April 1755 [i] ; died at Montrose, Pennsylvania 11 October 1822. He was the son of Rev. Ebenezer and Lydia (Bartlett) Hinds. He married (1) at Middleboro 1 December 1780 by his father Rev. Ebenezer Hinds to Ruth Pickens of Middleboro. [ii] Â He married (2) at Southampton, Long Island, New York, in 1794 to Agnes (Rugg) Post. She died at Montrose, Penn. 8 May 1834, aged 70 yrs.

The following sketch for his service in the Revolutionary War appears in Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors of the Revolutionary War (7:936).

Bartlett Hinds, Middleborough. Private, Capt. Isaac Wood’s Company, Col. Theophilus Cotton’s Regt.; company return dated Oct. 6, 1775; also, order for bounty coat or its equivalent in money dated Roxbury, Nov. 17, 1775.

Bartlett Hinds, Lieutenant, Col. Thomas Marshall’s regt.; Continental Army pay accounts for service from Jan. 1, 1777, to Dec. 31, 1779; also, 1st Lieutenant, Capt. Amasa Soper’s co., Col. Marshall’s regt.; subsistence allowed from date of engagement, Dec. 3, 1776 , to Feb. 10, 1777; credited with 70 days allowance; subsistence also allowed for 14 days (280 miles) travel on march to Bennington; also, same regt.; return of officers for clothing, dated Boston, Jan. 20, 1779; also, Capt. Amasa Soper’s (4th) co., Col. Marshall’s regt.; muster roll for Jan., 1779, dated West Point; commissioned Nov. 6, 1776; also, 5th Lieutenant, Capt. Soper’s 9th (Light Infantry) co., Col. Marshall’s (10th) regt.; muster roll for March, 1779, dated West Point; commissioned Dec. 6, 1776; reported on command at the Lines; also, same regt.; return of officers dated West Point, Aug.. 21, 1779; also, Captain Lieutenant, Col. Marshall’s regt.; Continental Army pay accounts for service from Jan. 1, 1780, to Aug. 12, 1780; also, Captain Lieutenant, Col. Marshall’s (10th) regt.; list of officers promoted in the Continental Army; commissioned July 4, 1780; also, Col. Benjamin Tupper’s (10th) regt. commanded by Col. Thomas Marshall prior to Jan. 1, 1781; pay roll made up for wages and subsistence to Jan. 1, 1782; wages and subsistence allowed said Hinds from Aug. 1, 1780; reported resigned Sept. 12, 1780.

He was the first settler of Montrose, Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania, where he had moved in 1800; first County Commissioner of Susquehanna County in 1812; active in Masonic affairs. The following is an interesting account of Bartlett from the History and Genealogy of the Hinds Family

“He went to Pennsylvania in the early days and became the first settle in Montrose, Susquehanna County. Soon after he had settled there the animosity which had so long existed between the Connecticut and Pennsylvania claimants, culminated into open warfare. In 1803, occurred the famous assault on Bartlett Hinds, who from conviction, had become advocate of the Pennsylvania claim, and was charge with bringing against Connecticut settlers, indictments for intrusion. In the evening, the house in which [Bartlett Hinds] lodged was surrounded by a mob, who forcibly entered and took him from the house; and tying him to a horse’s tail, dragged him through Wyalusing Creek, near its forks. When nearly exhausted, Mr. Hinds made the Masonic sign, which induced one of the fraternity to give him assistance, but when he had reached the shore, his assailants formed a ring, and seizing his hands, drew him around his burning effigy, and occasionally pushed him into the flames. For this deed, eighteen persons where indicted for riot, and assault and take to Wilkes Barre, as the partied belonged in what was then Luzerne County”.

Bartlett was an Original Member of the Massachusetts Society of the Cincinnati from 1783 until 1822. Bartlett applied for a Soldiers pension 5 December 1820.

5. Captain Abanoam Hinds1 (Ebenezer-4, John (Hinds)-3, Francis-2, William ( Hinds )-1) was born on June 19, 1768. He died in 1853 in Wysox, PA. He served in the military as Captain 1796 – 1802 in Middleboro, MA.

1813, April 5. Sister Hinds wife of Abinoam Hinds dead
1813, April 10. Preached funeral sermon of Sister Hinds
Incorrectly indexed in 1810 Fed Census as …
State: PA Year: 1810
County: Luzerne County Record Type: Federal Population Schedule
Township: Bridgewater Township Page: 154
Database: PA 1810 Federal Census Index

He was married to Rachel Vail on June 4, 1813 in Wyoming Co., PA..4 Rachel Vail1 was born in 1783 in Possibly Connecticut.5 She was born on August 29, 1783 in “Ouliout”, Otsego Co., NY.4 She died on November 4, 1874 in Towanda, Bradford Co., PA.4 New data from census indicates her birth in Connecticut.

Captain Abanoam Hinds and Rachel Vail had the following children
6i.John B. Hinds was born in 1816 in Montrose, Susquehanna, PA.
7ii.Ebenezer Hinds was born about 1818 in Montrose, Susquehanna, PA. He died in 1885 in Iowa.
8iii.Leonard B. Hinds was born about 1820 in Montrose, Susquehanna, PA. Lived in Franklin Township
+9iv.David D. Hinds Major (born on January 29, 1822).
10v.Conrad Hinds was born about 1822 in Montrose, Susquehanna, PA. He died died young age unknown in Montrose, Susquehanna, PA.
+11vi.Hannah Hinds (born about 1824).


9. Major David D. Hinds 1 (Abanoam-5, Ebenezer-4, John (Hinds)-3, Francis-2, William ( Hinds )-1) was born on January 29, 1822 in Montrose, Susquehanna, PA. He served in the military in 1840 in Montrose, received Commision as Major from Governor Porter. He died on May 1, 1888 in Montrose, Susquehanna, PA. based on headstone text …

Died 1 May 1888 aged 66 Ys 3 Ms 3 Ds

Wysox Township, Bradford County, PA page 23 1850 Census
Households 151 – 202
Hinds D.D. 29 M Farmer PA 161 275
Hinds Malvina ( Jenckes ) 30 F NY 161 275
Hinds George 4 M PA 161 275
Hinds Rachel ( Vail ) 64 F CT 161 275

He was married to Malvina Jenks (daughter of Perry J. Jenks and Eliza Morse) on August 14, 1845 in Montrose, Susquehanna, PA. Malvina Jenks1 was born on April 28, 1821 in Lawrence, Otsego, New York. She died on May 21, 1906. from headstone David D. Hinds Major and Malvina Jenks had the following children:

+12i.Private George Leonidas Hinds Civil War Veteran (born in 1846).

12. Private George Leonidas Hinds Civil War Veteran1 (David D.-6, Abanoam-5, Ebenezer-4, John (Hinds)-3, Francis-2, William ( Hinds )-1) was born in 1846 in Montrose, Susquehanna, PA. He died after 1910 in probably Scranton. Pennsylvania 1910 Census Miracode Index

This database is an index to the 1910 US Federal Census for the state of Pennsylvania. It is searchable by the heads of households. The 1910 Miracode indexes record the following information for each person: name, relationship to head of household, color or race, age at last birthday, marital status, visitation number or family number, place of birth, county, township, and enumeration district number. The information found here will lead researchers to the location of their family in the actual 1910 US Federal Census Schedules.

Pennsylvania 1910 Census
George Hinds
Age: 63 State: PA
Color: W Enumeration District: 0055
Birth Place: Pennsylvania Visit: 0381
County: Lackawanna, Scranton
Relation: Head of Household
Other Residents: Wife Alice E 58, Pennsylvania
Son William M 39, Pennsylvania
Grandson William M, Jr 16, New York
Military Record
Hinds George L. 14 N. Y. H. Art’y Private Private Union
Hinds George L. Unassigned Veteran Reserves Corps. Private Private 10 N. Y. Arty. Union
Middle Initial: L.
Company: L
Unit: 14 N. Y. H. Art’y
Rank In: Private
Rank Out: Private

National Archives Microfilm Box, Roll, and Record:
000551, 0065, 00000211
Enlisted as a Private on 04 December 1863 in Rossie, NY at the age of 24
Enlisted in Company L, 14th Heavy Artillery Regiment New York on 04 December 1863

New York: Report of the Adjutant-General. (NYRoster) Published in 1894-1906
Service Record:
Enlisted as a Private on 13 February 1864 in New York City, NY at the age of 24
Enlisted in Company J, 10th Heavy Artillery Regiment New York on 13 February 1864
Discharged on 21 July 1865 in Rochester, NY

New York: Report of the Adjutant-General. (NYRoster) Published in 1894-1906
New York
Black River Artillery; Jefferson County Regiment.
(Three Years)
This regiment was organized December 31, 1862, of the 4th, 5th and 7th Battalions of Artillery, and Alexander Piper appointed its Colonel. The battalions had been organized at Sackett’s Harbor in September, 1862, and the consolidation was effected under the orders of the War Department, dated December 27, 1862. The companies were mustered into the service of the United States for three years; at Sackett’s Harbor, A, B, C, D, E, F, G and M September 11th; H and I September 12; at Staten Island, Company K November 12, and at Fort Schuyler, Company L December 27, 1862.

Alice Estella Jackson1 (daughter of Peter H. Jackson and Cynthia Mullock) was born in 1853 in New York.

Private George Leonidas Hinds Civil War Veteran and Alice Estella Jackson had the following children
+13i.David A. Hinds (born on September 3, 1870).
+14ii.William M Hinds (born in 1871).


13. David A. Hinds1 (George Leonidas-7, David D.-6, Abanoam-5, Ebenezer-4, John (Hinds)-3, Francis-2, William ( Hinds )-1) was born on September 3, 1870 in Montrose, Susquehanna, PA. He owned land before 1932 in Clermont, Lake Co., Floride. He died 1933 in Orange Co., FL. 1933 Florida Death Index. His middle initial was sometimes given as ‘J’ in census records.

Mary Evelyn Payne1 (daughter of Corporal William Augustus Payne Civil War Veteran and Amanda Maria Viney) was born on September 4, 1871 in Waverly, NY. She died in 1947. She was buried in 1947 in Harpursville, Broome Co., NY.

David A. Hinds and Mary Evelyn Payne had the following children
+15i.Richard Russell Hinds (born on September 1, 1894).


15. Corporal Richard Russell Hinds 1 (David A.-8, George Leonidas-7, David D.-6, Abanoam-5, Ebenezer-4, John (Hinds)-3, Francis-2, William ( Hinds )-1) was born on September 1, 1894 in Elmira, NY. He died on June 28, 1974 in Binghamton, NY.

He was married to Marion Elizabeth Merrihew (daughter of Archie Leroy Merrihew and Florence Amelia LeFever) on May 18, 1924 in Wintergarden, FL. Marion Elizabeth Merrihew1 was born on November 15, 1902 in Union, NY. She died on May 18, 1989 in Lourdes Hospital, Binghamton, NY. She was buried after May 18, 1989 in River View Cemetary, Harpursville, NY.

Richard Russell Hinds and Marion Elizabeth Merrihew had the following children
+17i.Mary Elizabeth Hinds (born on August 19, 1925).