In this village, March 18, 1877, of congestion of the lungs, Mrs. Rebecca Bailey Hinton Kenyon in the 70 year of her age.
The deceased was formerly the wife of Thomas Hinton, one of the first settlers of the town of Orange, in this county, who departed this life several years ago and subsequently the deceased became the wife of Dr. Paul Kenyon, who is also deceased. She was the mother of Postmaster George Hinton of this village; Register of Deeds, Thomas J. Hinton of Mauston; John, now of Orange; Mrs. John Parks, Fountain; Mrs. Isaac Allds, Orange; and Mrs. Louis Weed, this village; and other members of her family are in Minnesota. She leaves a large family of children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren to mourn the death of Grandma Hinton, as she was called by who she was remembered for parents kindness and unceasing watchfulness of their welfare and protection. She was truly a good woman, beloved by all who knew her.
The funeral services were held at the M.E. Church edifice, of which denomination she was a devoted member on Tuesday and her remains were conveyed from thence to the family grave lot in Fountain cemetery followed by a large procession of friends and mourners.
Source: Juneau Co. Argus dated 22 Mar 1877
Thomas W. J. Hinton
1797–1867 (m. 1825)
Gravesite Details Previously married to Thomas Hinton