|Birth: ||Sep. 15, 1795|
|Death: ||Jul. 18, 1872|
from Agnes Johnson Houser:
William Hines m Kizzy King abt 1775.
3.Nancy m George Murray .
4.Elizabeth m George Underwood
William Hines m Martha Bright abt 1781.
2.James m. Sally PAYNE 1811, daughter of Chesley PAYNE.
3.Isaac b Sept 15 1795 m. 1. ( Polly ) Mary Lane Don
CARLOS ( b . May 7 1800 d. 1863 ) May 17 1814
........m. 2 . Mrs Rhoda ( HICKEY ) WILSON July 30
4.Martha ( Patsey ) m. Jonathan
5.Simon m. Elizabeth LOCKERT
6.Richard m Polly CLINKINGBEARD.
7.Sarah ( Sally ) m.Jacob KIMBERLIN 6 MAR 1797.
8.Polly m. John WRIGHT 28 AUG 1807 in Roane Co., TN.
from family legend:
After Kizzy died the girls, Nancy and Eliz, stayed with their
grandmother in Maryland ,
and the boys, John and William jr, left with William.
The girls would join their father in Tennessee later.
One story notes William went to SC where he met and
Bright, and then on to TN.
The following -- (Told by Arthur King in 1944 to
Mrs. Elizabeth M.
King at the Knox County Courthouse.)
........"William Hines and Martha Bryant, originally
from Ireland. They came to Tennessee from Maryland and
settled, first near the mouth of Boyd's Creek in
Sevier County, but later moved into the Blue Spring
area on Gap Creek in Knox County........"
Most likely William and Martha both born in North Carolina. Martha, born abt 1757, possibly daughter of Simon,Richard, or John Bright.
JACOB KUMMERLIN was born 1757, and died July 26, 1801 in Knox Co., Tennessee. He married SARAH HINES March 06, 1797 in Knox Co., Tennessee, daughter of WILLIAM HINES and MARTHA BRIGHT.
Isaac Bright Hines
Son of Wm Hines and Martha Bright Hines.
m 1. Mary Lane Don Carlos ( Polly ) May 17 1814.
m 2. Mrs Rhoda Hickey Wilson July 30 1863.
Father of Robt Hines.
Grandfather of Robt Hines Jr.
Gr Grandfather of Mary Ann Hines Prince, Nancy Tennessee Hines Dillard,
Maggie Hines, Rutha Hines, Henry Samuel Hines, Asa Hines,Wm Hines,
Loucinda Florence Hines Owens, Rufus M Hines.
Isaac was a farmer & miller.
Was a soldier in War of 1812 - Chiles Battalion Mounted Gunmen East Tennessee Volunteers.
Religion - New Hopewell Baptist Church.
1850 Census 31st Subdivision, Knox County, Tennessee, page 51
Hines, Isaac, 54, male, farming, $3000, TN
----------, Mary L., 50, female, VA
----------, Susan B., 18, female, TN
----------, Eliza B., 16, female, TN
----------, Sarah K., 15, female, TN
----------, Isaac M., 09, male, TN
1870 Census 16th Civil District, Knox County, Tennessee, page 6-7
Hines, Isaac, 74, male, white, farmer, $4000, $800, TN
----------, Rhoda, 47, female, white, keeping house, TN
----------, George W., 06, male, white, TN
----------, Nancy C., 04, female, white, TN
Wilson, Elizabeth, 23, female, white, TN
War of 1812
Declaration of soldier for pension
State of Tennessee
County of Knox
On this Fourth day of March, A.C. one thousand eight
hundred and seventy one, personally appeared before
me, William Rule, Clerk of the County Court, Knox
County, a Court of Record within and for the county
and State aforesaid, Isaac Hines, Jr. aged 75 years, a
resident of Knox County, County of Knox, State of
Tennessee, who, being duly sworn according to law,
declares that he is married that his wives names were
Mary L. Carlos and Rhonda Wilson, to whom he was
married at Knox County and Knox County respectively;
that he served the full period of sixty days in the
(1) Military service of the United States in the war of
1812; that he is the identical Isaac Hines (Heins) who
enlisted in Captain Samuel Bowman's company, General
James White's brigade, Command division, at Knox
County, 15th Civil Dist. on the Twenty third day of
December, 1813; that he again enlisted in Capt John
Chiles Company in the fall of 1814 and was discharged
therefrom after having served for a period of 7 months
and 10 days. He participated in an action with the
Indians at a place called "Big Heillabre" near
Tallapoosa in Nov. or Dec. as well as he can remember
in which 60 Indians were killed and about 350
captured, that he at no time during the late rebellion
against the authority of the United States, adhered to
the cause of enemies of the Government giving them aid
or comfort, or exercised the functions of any office
whatever under any authority or pretended authority,
in hostility to the United States; and that he will
support the Constitution for the United States; that
he is not in receipt of a pension under any previous
act; that he makes his declaration for the purposes of
being placed on the pension roll of United States,
under the provision of the act approved February 14,
1871, and he hereby constitutes and appoints, with
full power of substitution and revocation, Spencer
Munson of Knoxville, Tenn. his true and lawful
attorney - to prosecute his claim and obtain the
pension certificate that may be issued; that his post
office is at Knoxville, County of Knox, State of
Tennessee, that his domicile or place of abode is 15th
Dist. Knox County
Isaac Hines, Jr
his x mark
Ch. M. Fouchi
(another name not readable)
William Hines (1755 - 1810)
Martha Bright Hines (1757 - 1818)
Mary Lane Don Carlos Hines (1800 - 1863)
Rhoda Hickey Wilson Hines (1822 - 1908)
Robert Hines (1816 - 1844)*
Frances Carter Hines Wade (1818 - ____)*
Archelaus Don Carlos Hines (1825 - 1921)*
Elizabeth Bright Hines Stansberry (1834 - 1906)*
Susan Bright Hines Wiedner (1837 - ____)*
Isaac Marion Hines (1842 - 1865)*
George Washington Hines (1864 - 1897)*
Nancy C Hines Griffin (1866 - 1892)*
Sarah Hines Reed (1780 - 1826)*
ROBERT HINES (1789 - 1877)*
Mary Hines Wright (1790 - 1848)*
Isaac Bright Hines (1795 - 1872)
Martha Hines Johnson (1797 - 1878)*
Note: Marker faded and difficult to read
New Hopewell Baptist Church
Created by: Jude
Record added: Sep 08, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 29676082
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