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Thomas HINTON
Rachel HOWARD
Husband:  Thomas HINTON
Birth:  28 Dec 1693, Anne Arundel Co., MD
Death:  aft. 1761
Occupation:  carpenter
Father:  William HINTON, s/o Thomas HINTON
Mother:  Mary EGERTON or Mary PATTON
Marriage:  28 Aug 1718, St. Ann's Parish, Anne Arundel Co., MD
Wife:  Rachel HOWARD
Birth:  ca. 1700, Anne Arundel Co., MD
Death:  aft. 1761 
Father:  Philip HOWARD
Mother:  Sarah __?__
Children said to be born in Anne Arundel Co., MD:
1.  Susannah HINTON
2.  Thomas HINTON, Jr., b. ca 1719
3.  Phillip HINTON, b. ca. 1722
4.  William Robert HINTON, b. 12 Jun 1728
5.  Samuel HINTON, b. 1732
6.  John HINTON, b. 1735 
7.  Veitchel / Vachel HINTON, b. ca. 1735/7
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Timeline
Year Location Event
1650 MD: Anne Arundel Co. formed from St. Mary's Co.
1693 MD: Anne Arundel Co. birth of Thomas HINTON
1695 MD: Prince Georges Co. formed mostly de novo, partly from Charles and Calvert Cos.
c1700 MD: Anne Arundel Co. birth of Rachel HOWARD
1718 MD: Anne Arundel Co. marriage of Thomas HINTON to Rachel HOWARD
c1719   birth of son, Thomas HINTON, Jr.
c1722   birth of son, Phillip HINTON
1728 birth of son, William Robert HINTON
1732   birth of son, Samuel HINTON
1735   birth of son, John HINTON
1735/7   birth of son, Vachel HINTON
1735-43 to Prince Georges Co. family moves
1743 MD: Prince Georges Co. Thomas HINTON gets land patent
1748 MD: Frederick Co. formed mostly de novo, partly from Prince Georges Co.
1756 MD: Frederick Co. Thomas & Rachel HINTON sell land
1761 MD: Frederick Co. Thomas & Rachel HINTON sell land
1776 MD: Washington and Montgomery Cos. formed from Frederick Co.
1824 MD: Calvert Co. gained from Anne Arundel Co.
1837 MD: part of Carroll Co. formed from part of Frederick Co.
1851 MD: Howard Co. formed from Anne Arundel Co.
See Formation of Counties of Western Maryland.

Sources:

1.  Marriage Index: MD, NC, VA, 1624-1915 (Broderbund CD-4).  Records from the Maryland Historical Society.
Hinton, Thomas Howard, Rachel Aug 28, 1718

2.  Robert Barnes.  1975/95.  Maryland Marriages, 1634-1777.  Genealogical Publ. Co., Baltimore, MD (Broderbund CD-195).
p. 86 Hinton, Thomas, 28 Aug. 1718, Rachel Howard 4 AA-405
p. xi 4 AA = St. Ann's Parish, Volume I; copy made in 1889 by Harrison, at MHS.

3a.  From the book Frederick County Land Records, Liber F, Abstracts 1756-1761 as quoted by Janice M. Parker (online at the Frederick Co. [MD] GenConnect Deed Board).  "Page 48 568-569":
Robert Constable and Thomas Leashear recorded mortgage 2 Oct 1754. Between Thos. Hinton Senr. of FC, carpenter, for 30 pounds, sells tract called "Saplin Ridge" in FC, M&B given on a ridge about 100 yards from a small branch that runs into Bennet's Creek, M&B given for 100 acres; he is to pay with legal interest the sum on or before the 10 June next for the redemption of this said tract of land, than this is null and void Signed Thoms Hinton by mark, TH, before Jno Rawlins, Jos. [entry unfinished by Parker]

3b.  From the book Frederick County Land Records, Liber F, Abstracts 1756-1761 as quoted by Janice M. Parker (online at the Frederick Co. [MD] GenConnect Deed Board).  "Page 89 1033-1035":
Thomas Hinton, Jr. recorded 27 Mar 1756, made same date, between Thomas Hinton, Sr., carpenter. for 25 pcm MD, tract called the "Resurvey on Saplin Ridge," M&B given for 100 acres. Signed by mark. Thomas Hinton, before Nath'l Wickham, Tho's Beatty. Thomas Hinton, Sr. ack. deed, and at the same time came Rachel Hinton released dower right. Receipt. AF paid.

3c.  From the book Frederick County Land Records, Liber F, Abstracts 1756-1761 as quoted by Janice M. Parker (online at the Frederick Co. [MD] GenConnect Deed Board).  "1035-1037":
John Hinton recorded 27 Mar 1756. Know ye, that I Thomas Hinton Senr. of FC, carpenter for sum of 12 pounds, sells part of tract called the "Resurvey on Saplin Ridge," M&B for 56 acres; and also one other part of the above tract, M&B containing 34 acres. Signed Thomas Hinton by mark before Nath. Wickham, Tho's Beatty. Thomas Hinton Senr. ack deed, and at the same time, Rachel Hinton released dower right. Receipt. AF paid.

3d.  From the book Frederick County Land Records, Liber F, Abstracts 1756-1761 as quoted by Janice M. Parker (online at the Frederick Co. [MD] GenConnect Deed Board).  "1295-1297":
Charles Andrews recorded 19 March 1761, made 18 March between Thomas Hinton of FC, carpenter. Whereas Thomas Hinton has surveyed and laid out fo him a tract formerly in PGC, containing 100 acres according to patent 3 Sept 1743, Thomas Hinton for 45 pcm sells parcl called "Saplin Ridge" about 100 yards from Hinton Spring Branch, a quarter of a mile below the spring, M&B given for 100 acres. signed Thomas Hinton by his mark before Thos. Beatty, David Lynn. Receipt. Ack. Rachel wife of Thomas Hinton released dower. AF & duty paid.

4.  U.S. Dept. of Commerce.  1907.  Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the year 1790 for the State of Maryland.  Gov't Printing Office, Washington, DC (as transcribed by Fred W. Heine for the USGenWeb Archives).
p. 10 ln. 47 Hinton Jane 113??
p. 10 ln. 91 Hinton Thomas 103??
This Thomas is possibly the son, or a nephew.  Jane is most likely a widow, possibly of one of Thomas' sons.

5.  Harry Wright Newman.  1971.  "The Howards of Maryland."  Pp. 225-372 in Anne Arundel Gentry: a Genealogical History of Some Early Families of Anne Arundel County, Maryland.  Vol. 2.  Self-published (republished 1990/96 by Family Line Publ., Westminster, MD; republished 1998 as Broderbund CD-184).

6.  LDS.  Ancestral File (online).

7.  Messages in the Hinton Family Genealogy Forum (online at GenForum.com).

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