James HintonAge: 7116571728

Name
James Hinton
Given names
James
Surname
Hinton
Birth 8 December 1657 27 27
Death of a motherSarah
1661 (Age 3)
Birth of a half-sisterJoane Hinton
about 1664 (Age 6)
Christening of a half-sisterJoane Hinton
14 September 1664 (Age 6)
Birth of a half-brotherWilliam Hinton
1669 (Age 11)
Christening of a half-brotherWilliam Hinton
11 November 1669 (Age 11)
Death of a fatherJohn Hinton
December 1680 (Age 22)
Religious marriageSarah WhittView family
15 February 1681 (Age 23)
Birth of a son
#1
John Hinton
about 1683 (Age 25)
Birth of a son
#2
James Hinton
about 1684 (Age 26)
Birth of a daughter
#3
Sarah Hinton
about 1687 (Age 29)
Christening of a daughterSarah Hinton
14 October 1687 (Age 29)
Birth of a son
#4
Georg Hinton
about 1689 (Age 31)
Christening of a sonGeorg Hinton
2 September 1689 (Age 31)
Birth of a daughter
#5
Jane Hinton
about 1691 (Age 33)
Christening of a daughterJane Hinton
1 November 1691 (Age 33)
Birth of a daughter
#6
Mary Hinton
about 1695 (Age 37)
Christening of a daughterMary Hinton
23 January 1695 (Age 37)
Birth of a son
#7
William Hinton
about September 1696 (Age 38)
Christening of a sonWilliam Hinton
26 September 1696 (Age 38)
Birth of a daughter
#8
Elinor Hinton
about 1699 (Age 41)
Christening of a daughterElinor Hinton
30 July 1699 (Age 41)
Death of a sonGeorg Hinton
about 1712 (Age 54)
Burial of a sonGeorg Hinton
13 February 1712 (Age 54)
Note: Possibly 13 Feb 1711
Death of a wifeSarah Whitt
March 1714 (Age 56)
Death of a daughterSarah Hinton
1714 (Age 56)
Burial of a wifeSarah Whitt
24 March 1714 (Age 56)
Burial of a daughterSarah Hinton
24 March 1714 (Age 56)
Marriage of a childWilliam HintonElizabeth SmithView family
Type: Religious marriage
5 April 1724 (Age 66)
Death of a half-brotherWilliam Hinton
about 1728 (Age 70)

Death 10 December 1728 (Age 71)
Family with parents - View family
father
mother
Father’s family with unknown unknown - View family
father
step-mother
half-sister
6 years
half-brother
Family with Sarah Whitt - View family
wife
 
Marriage: 15 February 1681Wilton, Wiltshire, England
3 years
son
2 years
son
4 years
daughter
Sarah Hinton
Birth: about 1687 29 27Wilton by Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
Death: 1714Wilton by Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
3 years
son
Georg Hinton
Birth: about 1689 31 29Wilton by Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
Death: about 1712Wilton by Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
3 years
daughter
Jane Hinton
Birth: about 1691 33 31Wilton by Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
Death: 1735Wilton by Salisbury, Wiltshire, England
5 years
daughter
21 months
son
3 years
daughter

Note

I have now had permission to look in the original Great Wishford parish register and I do think that the birth entry in 1657 is James: the J is written quite differently from the later J of John in the same entry, and with an extra oblique stroke in front of it, so it looks odd, but the rest of the name is definitely ---ames, so it must be James. The entry reads:

James hinton the sonn of John hinton and his Wife was borne the 8th of December 1657

At his period we were in the Interregnum where Bishops had been abolished and also baptisms at the font, so the records are of births not baptisms. I have also translated 'ye' as 'the' which is the correct thing to do - there was never any such word as 'ye', (it is a misunderstanding of the use of a letter looking like a 'y' which was used to stand for 'th').

Notes from Alison Maddock, researcher February 2004

Note

29 March 1683, John son of James Hinton 5 December 1684, James son of James and Sarah Hinton ** [see below] 14 October 1687, Sarah d. of James Hinton ** [see below] 2 September 1689, Georg [so spelled] son of James Hinton 1 November 1691, Jane daughter of James and Sarah Hinton 23 January 1694/5, Mary daughter of James Hinton 26 September 1696, William son of James Hinton, weaver 30 July 1699, Elinor daughter of James Hinton, weaver, poor

** Both these entries were too faded to read on the microfiche, but the 1687 one was confirmed by looking at the Bishop's Transcript. There is no BT for 1684, so I am relying on a modern transcription made by someone who was able to study the original register. Notes from Alison Maddock, researcher.