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Subject: Sir Thomas Hinton's children
Date: Sun, 13 May 2001 17:21:15 -0400
Descendants of Thomas Hinton
Generation No. 1
1. THOMAS20 HINTON (ANTHONY19, THOMAS18, JOHN17, RICHARD16, JOHN15, JOHN14, THOMAS13, THOMAS12 DE HYNTON, SR., PHILLIP11, HENRY10, GEOFFERY9, JOHN8, JOHN7, JOHN6, HUGH5, RICHARD4, HUGH3, RICHARD2, ROBERT1) was born 1574 in Chilton, Foliot, England, and died January 01, 1634/35 in Chilton Foliot, England. He married (1) CATHERINE PALMER 1595 in England. She was born 1580 in Parkham, Sussex, England, and died October 11, 1609 in Chilton, Foliot, England. He married (2) MARY THROCKMORTON July 20, 1615. He married (3) MARY TRYON October 01, 1622.
Notes for THOMAS HINTON:
Sir Thomas Hinton was born 1574, at Chilton Foliot
Sir Thomas matriculated to Queen's College, Oxford, June 21, 1591, aged seventeen, graduated B.A. 1595, Knighted by King James I at the Palace of Orlands 1 July, 1616, for his valuable services in procuring King James I a loan of L30,000.
He was M.P. for the Borough of Bourton, County Berks, 1625--26.
Sir Thomas was Junior partner in the great broker house of Harvey and Hinton, one of the three largest of its kind in London.
He was also one of the largest stockholders in the London Company for settlement in Jamestown, Virginia.
He was the richest commoner of his time in all England.
He was High Sheriff of Berks in 1511 and a Commissioner of the wool trade while in Parliament in 1626. He introduced a bill to raise 1,800,000 for carrying on the Government, he states in a letter to his friend, George Villiers, Duke of Buckingham in January, 1627, etc.
Sir Thomas married first in 1595, Catherine Palmer, who was born on 1580, died September 20, 1609, and was buried at St. Martin's Chilton Foliot, Wilts. She was the daughter of John William Palmer of Parham and his wife Elizabeth Varney.She was the mother of his children.
Sir Thomas married second at St. James, Cleckenwell, London, July 20, 1615, Mary, widow of Robert Throckmorton.
He married third October 1, 1622, the Lady Mary, widow of his late partner, Sir. Sebastian Harvey; she died in October 1630, and Sir Thomas died February 1, 1635, and was buried first at St. Mary's Marlborough, but was reinterred at St. Martin's, Chilton Foliot, October 20 1640, where the remains of his first and beloved wife, Catherine, had been interred.
Sir Thomas was the first Hinton to set foot in the New World. After a short stay, he returned to Returned to England and invested large sums of money in the colonies. The Jamestown Colony was his largest investment, and he was the largest investor in this venture. Sir Thomas talked to King James I and asked him to send a military man to Jamestown as Overseer, recommending his son-in-law, Capt. Samuel Matthews (1592-1660), who married his daughter, Mary Francis Hinton (1601- 1675). They left England in 1622 with her brother, Sir John (1603-1682), In 1624, Sir John returned to England to report his findings to his father.
The ship logs show that in 1634 two Hinton brothers in order to make an inspection for their father, Sir Thomas Hinton (1574-1635). They were Thomas Hinton (1600-1683), and his brother, Sir William (1605-1676). In 1637 they returned to England.
More About THOMAS HINTON:
Burial: St. Andrew's Church, Wanborough, England
Notes for MARY THROCKMORTON:
She was the widow of Robert Throckmorton when she married Thomas Hinton.
Notes for MARY TRYON:
She was the widow of the late partner of Thomas, Sir Sebastian Harvey, Lord Mayor of London.
Children of THOMAS HINTON and CATHERINE PALMER are:
2. i. ANTHONY HINTON, SR., b. 1596; d. July 1647.
ii. CATHERINE HINTON, b. 1598; d. March 25, 1599, St Martin,s, Chilton Foliot, England.
Notes for CATHERINE HINTON:
She died young.
3. iii. THOMAS HINTON, b. April 08, 1600, Chilton Foliot, England; d. September 20, 1683, England.
iv. MARY FRANCES HINTON, b. October 10, 1601, Chilton Foliot, England; d. Aft. 1675; m. (1) ABRAHAM PEIRSEY; d. January 16, 1625/26; m. (2) SAMUEL MATTHEWS; b. 1592; d. 1659; m. (3) NATHANIEL WEST; b. November 30, 1592, England; d. 1623.
Notes for SAMUEL MATTHEWS:
Governor of Virginia
4. v. JOHN HINTON, b. July 10, 1603, Chilton Park, Chilton Foliot, England; d. October 10, 1682, St. Martin's, Chilton Foliot, England.
5. vi. WILLIAM HINTON, SR., b. July 25, 1605, Chilton Foliot, England; d. 1676.
vii. GEORGE HINTON, b. 1607, Chilton Foliot, England; d. 1627, Isle of Rhea, England.
Notes for GEORGE HINTON:
Captain of Foot, killed in Buckingham Expedition to Isle of Rhe.
Generation No. 2
2. ANTHONY HINTON, SR. was born 1596, and died July 1647. He married MARTY GRESHAM June 22, 1619 in England.
Notes for ANTHONY HINTON, SR.:
Abstracts of Wiltshire, Inquisitions Post Mortem, Returned into the court of
Chancery in the Reign of King Charles the First. Edited by George S. Fry and
Edw. Alex. Fry. Long, Issued to the subscribers by the British Record
Society, Limited, 1901
Inquisition taken at Marlborough, 7th June 15, Charles I (1639), before
Robert Worsham, gen., escheator, after the death of Thomas Hinton, Knt., by
the oath of Robert Kingsman, John Mortimer, William Stanmore, Walter Stretch,
Stephen Barly, Richard Collyns, Thomas Hatt, Robert Peerce, John Kinge,
Nicholas Leland, Richard Mortimer, Edward Weste, and Robert Kingesman, who
Thomas Hinton was seised of all the park of Chilton Follyett, and all the
houses, buildings, lands etc., within the circuit of the said park,
containing 315 acres of Chilton Follyett in cos. Wilts and Berks; all that
pasture called Greate Colcotts in Chilton Follyett, containing 54 acres; the
meadow there called Little Colcotts, containing 5 acres; the "after cropp" of
the meadows of Leverton, within the parish of Chilton Follyett, commonly
called Leverton meadowes; the several and free fishing in the water adjoining
the said meadows; 140 acres of land, parcel of the farms of Heywood and
Leverton, lying in the said parish of Chilton, in the tenure of the said
Thomas Hinton; all that arable field, parcel of the said farm of Heywood,
called the little beare field, containing 24 acres; all that close of arable
land, parcel of the said farm, called the Weste Horse close, containing 18
acres; 2 closes of arable land, parcel of the said farm, called Brians Hill,
and the Easte Horse close, containing 50 acres: all which said premises are
in Chilton follyett; and the manor of Earlscott within the parish of
So seised, the said Thomas Hinton, by indenture dated 24th May 17 James I
(1619), made between himself by the name of Thomas Hinton, esq., and Anthony
Hinton, then gent., now knt., son and heir-apparent of the said Thomas, of
the one part, and Thomas Gresham, knt., and John Gresham, knt., son of the
said Thomas, of the other part, in consideration of a marriage then to be
solemnized between the said Anthony Hinton and Mary Gresham, daughter of the said Thomas Gresham, and also in consideration of the sum of 2000 pounds
given by the said Thomas Gresham as a marriage portion with the said Mary,
agreed that he, before the feast of St. John the Baptist next following, by
fine or fines would assure all the said premises to the said Thomas and John
Gresham as a marriage portion with the said Mary, agreed that he, before the
feast of St. John the Baptist next following, by fine or fines would assure
all the said premises to the said Thomas and John Gresham and their heirs.
Afterwards, to wit, in 3 weeks from Trinity Day, 17 James I (1619), a fine
was levied at Westminster between the said Thomas Gresham and John Gresham, plaintiffs, and the said Thomas Hinton, deforciant of the said premises, by the name of 5 messuages, 5 cottages, one dovecote, 5 gardens, 5 orchards, 300 acres of land, 70 acres of meadow, 150 acres of pasture, 20 acres of furze and heath and free warren in Chilton Follyett, Earlscott, alias Eardescott
and Wanborough, and the fishing in the water of Chilton Follyett, 5 messauges, 5 cottages, one dovecote, 5 gardens, 5 orchards, 300 acres of land, 30 acres of meadow, 150 acres of pasture, and 20 acres of furze and heath in Leverton and Chilton Follyett, all and all manner of tithes yearly growing in Leverton, and free fishing in the water of Leverton, Co., Berks; whereby the said Thomas Hinton acknowledged the said premises to be the right of the said Thomas Gresham as those which he and the said John Gresham had of his gift, and the same remised tot he said Thomas and John, and to the heirs of the said Thomas for ever, which said fine was levied to the following uses:--As to Chilton Follyett park, the houses, lands, woods, grounds, etc., within the circuit of the said park,, the said pastures called Great Colcottes and Little Colcottes, the after crop or feedings of the meadows called leverton meadows, and the said fishing thereto adjoining, to the use of the said Thomas a!
nd John Gresham for 99 years, if the said Anthony and Mary so long should live; at the end of the this term, then to the use of the said Thomas Hinton for his life; after his decease, to the use of the said Anthony Hinton and his heirs male by the said Mary, and for default, to the use of the said Thomas Hinton and his heirs for ever. As to the said arable
lands, parcel of the said farms of Heywood and Leverton, in the tenure of the
said Thomas Hinton, the field called Little Beare field, the close called
West Horse close, and the 2 closes called Brians Hill and the East Horse
close, to the use of the said Thomas Hinton during the life of Martha Hinton,
widow, mother of the said Thomas; after her death, to the use of the said
Thomas and John Gresham for 99 years, if the said Anthony and Mary so long
should live; at the end of this term, to the use of the said Thomas Hinton
for his life; after his decease, to the use of the said Anthony and his heirs
male by the said Mary; and for default; to the use of the right heirs of the
said Thomas Hinton for ever. As to the manor of Earlescott and other the
premises in Wanborough, immediately after the death of the said Marth Hinton,
to the use of the said Thomas Hinton for his life, and after his decease, to
the use of the said Anthony Hinton and his heirs male by the said Mary, and
for default, to the use of the right heirs of the said Thomas Hinton for ever.
The said marriage took place at Chilton Follyett, 1 July , 17 James I
The park of Chilton Follyette and all other premises in Chilton Follyett
and Leverton are held of the King, as of his honour of Wallingford, in co.
Berks, by knight's service, and are worth per ann., clear, to wit, as much
thereof as lies in co. Wilts, 5 pounds, and the residue thereof 6 pounds. The
manor of Earlescott and other the premises in Wanborough are held by the King
in chief by the service of the 20th part of a knight's fee, and are worth per
ann., clear, 7 pounds.
Thomas Hinton died 1st February, 10 Charles I (1635); Anthony Hinton is
his son and next heir, and was then aged 35 years and more.
Inquisition. p.m., 15 Charles I, pt. 1 No. 95.
Children of ANTHONY HINTON and MARTY GRESHAM are:
i. THOMAS22 HINTON, b. 1620; d. 1621.
ii. ANTHONY HINTON, JR., b. 1621; m. UNKNOWN.
3. THOMAS21 HINTON was born April 08, 1600 in Chilton Foliot, England, and died September 20, 1683 in England. He married (1) ALICE BOSHER. He married (2) ELIZABETH FARRAR. She died 1658.
Notes for THOMAS HINTON:
Christening: April 8, 1600, Chilton, Foliat, Wilts, England
He came to Maryland from Virginia around 1666/1670 with at least one son, William.
He lived in St Marys County, Maryland.
His will in Cecil County, Maryland was probated January 25, 1683.
Child of THOMAS HINTON and ALICE BOSHER is:
i. PALMER22 HINTON, b. March 25, 1651, Northchumberland County, Vitginia.
Child of THOMAS HINTON and ELIZABETH FARRAR is:
ii. FARRAR22 HINTON, b. Bef. 1650, Wiltshire, England; m. JOAN, Abt. 1665, Amelia County, Virginia.
Notes for FARRAR HINTON:
In 1650, he left England and went to Virginia
4. JOHNHINTON (was born July 10, 1603 in Chilton Park, Chilton Foliot, England, and died October 10, 1682 in St. Martin's, Chilton Foliot, England. He married ELIZABETH DILKE 1623 in Leyton, Wilts, England. She died 1656.
Notes for JOHN HINTON:
Sir John Hinton, M.D. entered Eton College 1618; matriculated Queens
College, Oxford, November 9, 1621, graduated B.A. 1625 at age 18, M.A.
1638. He studied medicine in London and Oxford 1629-1633; enrolled as a
student of Medicine at Leyden, April 10, 1633, aged 30; graduated M.D.
1640, and returned to London where on November 17 he appeared before the
Board of Censors of the Royal College of Physicians for examination for
the special license give by that body. he presented letters from his
father's friend Henry Pierrepont, Marques of Dorchester, one of the
principal sec'ys of state, showing he had just been appointed physician
in ordinary to Queen Henrietta Maria, Queen of Charles I. Appointed
Field Surgeon, Royal Army, 1642, he was created D'Medicus at Oxford,
November 1, 1642 and appointed physician to Charles, Prince of Wales,
1643. In 1645 he was appointed fleet surgeon on the "Mayflower", Drake's
flagship. On March 4, 1664, he was admitted to Lincoln's Inn, and also
made a Fellow of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, and Physician
in Ordinary to Charles II for his services during the Great Plague. Dr
Hinton married while a student at Leyden. From 1645 to his wife's death
in 1656, he resided in a house in what was known as Fullwood Rents.
After 1656, he resided in a house in St. Brides Parish, where his only
daughter kept house for him until her death, November 1679. Then he
removed to a simpler dwelling in the parish of St.
Martin's-in-the-Fields, where he died.
Children of JOHN HINTON and ELIZABETH DILKE are:
i. THOMAS22 HINTON, b. Abt. 1638, Fullwood Rents, Leyden, England; m. ALICE UNKNOWN.
Notes for THOMAS HINTON:
Came to America and settled in St. Mary's County, Maryland, and purchased an estate called the "Cliffs."
ii. SARAH HINTON, b. 1640, Fullwood Rents, Leyden, England; d. November 10, 1679, St. Bride's Parish, London, England.
iii. RICHARD HINTON, b. 1641, Fullwood Rents, Leyden, England.
iv. EDWARD HINTON, b. 1642, Fullwood Rents, Leyden, England; m. ELIZABETH BARTLETT.
Notes for EDWARD HINTON:
BA at Oxford, DD at Dublin
v. JAMES HINTON, b. 1642, Fullwood Rents, Leyton , England; d. 1673, London, England; m. SARAH WHITT.
Notes for JAMES HINTON:
James matriculated at Queens College, Oxford, Oxford, March 10, 1659,
aged 17. Admitted to Lincoln's Inn, is 2nd son of John Hinton M.D. of
Earlscott, Wilts. Called to the bar in 1666. He was appointed to the
board known as the "Farmers of the evenu" for Ireland. John and his
brothers, James and William all immigrated to North Carolina.
vi. JOHN HINTON, b. 1643, Fullwood Rents, Leyden, England; d. 1700, Sailsbury County, Wilts, England; m. JOAN MASLIN.
vii. CLEMENT HINTON, b. 1645, Fullwood Rents, Leyden, England; d. Bef. 1690, St. Mary's County, Maryland.
Notes for CLEMENT HINTON:
Came to St. Mary's County, Maryland with his brother Thomas.
5. WILLIAM HINTON, SR. (was born July 25, 1605 in Chilton Foliot, England, and died 1676. He married MARY POPHAM.
Notes for WILLIAM HINTON, SR.:
Sir William Hinton.
Educated at Eton, Major of Horse.
Children of WILLIAM HINTON and MARY POPHAM are:
i. THOMAS HINTON.
ii. GABRIEL HINTON, m. CATHERINE POTTER.
iii. GEORGE HINTON.
iv. ELIZABERTH HINTON.
v. DEBORAH HINTON.
vi. FRANCIS HINTON.
vii. MARY HINTON.
viii. ANTHONY HINTON, SR., m. UNKNOWN.
ix. WILLIAM HINTON, JR., m. ELIZABETH BOWE.
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