Transcribed from the book "History of Warrick County" by Goodspeed, Chicago: Goodspeed Bros., 1885, p. 159 to 160, submitted by Judy.
" Samuel P. Hinman, (deceased) was born in Missouri September 10, 1824. He was a son of Jonas and Deborah (Dunham) Hinman, who came to Warrick County, Ind. , when Samuel was about four years of age. The father followed farming in this county until his death. Our subject was reared on the farm with his parents, receiving and ordinary education for the times. After he attained his majority, he bought a farm on and a half miles east of Boonville, where he lived and followed farming successfully until his death. He lived a Christian life and was a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church.
In 1844 he married Esther Richardson, who bore him twelve children, seven of whom are living, named Jugurtha, Jordan, Deborah, John M. Jonas, Jacob and Lorah. His wife died in 1867, and upon the 3rd of December, 1868 , he married Nancy ( Richardson ) Baker, the widow of Ephraim Baker. The fruits of this union were two children, one of whom is living, named Hattie. His second wife is living on the homestead, which consists of 100 acres of well-improved land. His sons Jonas and Jacob, who are both married, are living there with their families also. Mrs. Hinman is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church."
HISTORY OF WARRICK CO., p. 160
"Samuel Hinman, first marriage, 12/24/1799, Nancy Hedges. She was born 10/11/1777 in MD & died 09/26/1820 in Warrick CO. Probably buried in Hinman Cem. Second marriage, 12/24/1820 to Sarah Hudson, daughter of Isaac & Nancy Hudson. Third marriage 01/07/1843 to Mary Catherine Row. Samuel died 12/-/1861, Pike Co., Ind. He bought 160 acres of land 12/15/1820 , before Ind. became a state. It is said he had 10 sons, & 7 daughters."
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