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Blanches
Posted by: Marilyn Roth (ID *****9310) Date: December 31, 2003 at 04:52:58
In Reply to: Re: William E. Hinckley, Hebron, CT. by John Hinckley of 789

Here are the Blanches.

Blanche Brenda HINKLEY, b. 31 Aug. 187[6?], m. 15 S 1904, Mt. Vernon, IA, Leonard A. HOWE (1863 - 1919). Her parents were Julian Wisner HINKLEY & Victoria CARRINGTON, of Waupun & Janesville, WI.

Blanche O. HINCKLEY, b. 20 May 1896, m1. Elgar BROWN, m2. Jack SULLIVAN. Her parents were Adelbert E. HINCKLEY, b. Blue Hill, ME, & first wf. Martha ATHERTON,

Blanche Madeline HINCKLEY, b. 188_, m. ZENT. Her parents were Walter Raleigh HINCKLEY,& Amelia C. OGLE, m. 7 S 1881.

--from Hinckley Heritage & History by E. Chas. HINCKLEY

In the book, the closest Walter to the Blanches was Walter Fitch HINCKLEY (22 Je. 1847 - 20 Oct. 1923) m. 12 Aug. 1880, Hennietta [sic] Rich WASON. He was of Waterbury, CT, & a Civil War vet, s/o Records Wilbur HINCKLEY of Coventry & New York City.

There is a book on WILBUR, "Wildbores in America."

I'm going to be offline for about two months.


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