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Re: Experience HINCKLEY, b. 1721, d/o Saml. & Mary
Posted by: Steph Carson Feldman (ID *****0588) Date: May 21, 2002 at 13:45:30
In Reply to: Experience HINCKLEY, b. 1721, d/o Saml. & Mary by Marilyn Roth of 789

Ooo! Ooo! I have some of this stuff!! You KNOW these lines married cousins!!

Jesse HIGGINS Sr. m. Experience HINCKLEY (she apparently just materialized in Eastham!)
They had three children in Georgetown, I have that document.
One child was Jesse Jr. and we went off to Lewiston, Maine. I have his family group from THAT town's records. Now he married Tamah ____ and then Jerusha Wilkins. So, one of their children was a Jesse. They all (maybe all) went to Monmouth, Maine. Jesse Jr & Jerusha died there.
Jesse III married Mary McKenney Hinkley and I have a lot of this stuff from the book Vital Records of Hallowell to 1892. I have the microfilm at my local LDS.

I am currently working pretty hard on my two Hinckley lines, and my Higgins line. Where do you fit in?

By the way, I have some Hinckley records on that site and it has Samuel Hinckley's kids in Harwich and later Truro. I don't recall another marriage, but there are so many Samuel's, it's hard to make heads or tails of it all. I'm trying to sort through it! (Oh, and Jesse & Mary didn't get married in 1882, that would have been hard!)

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