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Elder John Hix
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Birth: unknown
Death: Mar. 17, 1799

Elder (Rev) John Hix, son of Ephraim Hix and Sarah Kingsley. Married on 5 Jun 1735 in Rehoboth to Hannah Galusha,daughter of Jacob Galusha and Sarah Read/Reed. He became a minister of his church that he built and maintained it for many years until such time is health failed him when his son Jacob took over the running of the church with another minister of the Word.

John and Hannah are the parents of seven children all born in Rehoboth. Most all kept the Hix spelling but Nathan and his branch changed the spelling to Hicks.

Sarah Hix-17 Oct 1735-16 Mar 1811
Jacob Hix-1 Jan 1738-30 Mar 1809
John Hix Jr-20 Jul 1740-4 Nov 1795
Nathan Hicks-23 Aug 1745-1 Jun 1816
Hannah Hix-20 Sep 1747-1 Jun 1816
Anna Hix-20 Jun 1750-1 Mar 1833
Daniel Hix-30 Nov 1755-22 Mar 1838
 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  Ephraim Hicks (1687 - 1765)
  Sarah Kingsley Hicks (1690 - 1727)
 
 Spouse:
  Hannah Galusha Hix (1713 - 1788)*
 
 Children:
  Sarah Hix Carpenter (1735 - 1811)*
  Hannah Hix Horton (1747 - 1804)*
  Daniel Hix (1755 - 1838)*
 
 Siblings:
  Elder John Hix (____ - 1799)
  Ephraim Hicks (1708 - 1713)*
  Alethea Hicks Kelton (1724 - 1810)*
  Peleg Hicks (1738 - 1826)**
 
*Calculated relationship
**Half-sibling
 
Inscription:
In memory of Elder John Hix, who died March 17, 1799 in the 87th year of his age.
 
Burial:
Hix Cemetery
Rehoboth
Bristol County
Massachusetts, USA
 
Created by: David Tague
Record added: Mar 07, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 86382796
Elder John Hix
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