1802–1872 (aged 70 years)
- Simeon Walton /Hines/
- Given names
- Simeon Walton
Hudnall Cemetery Cool Springs, Ohio County, Kentucky, USA Plot: Grave is not marked as most of cemetery is in bad condition and only 16
ID: I05808 Name: Simeon Walton Hines Sex: M Birth: 20 FEB 1802 in Richmond, Charlotte Co., VA Death: 26 FEB 1872 in Butler Co., KY Reference Number: 7071 Note: Henry Hines, a native of Ireland. Born 1721 (approximately). Virginia Planter. Owned 105 slaves. Died about 1807 age 86 years
Simeon W. Hines (son of Henry Hines) Born near Richmond Virginia, February 20, 1802. Moved at age 14 years to Boyle County Kentucky with his mother. Moved in 1826 to Butler County Kentucky. Methodist Class leader. Died February 26, 1872. Twice married, first to Elizabeth Wade of Boyle County, born in 1815, died in 1839. To their union were born; Mary E., William H., Thomas Henry, George A., John B., Sarah J.D. (married to A. T. Hines), Caroline C. (Wilson), James D., and Elizabeth W. (Acton). The children of his second marriage are Lucy A. (Talley), and Eliza W. (Leach) March 10, 1847, Nancy W., and Fayette W. (drowned).
If you have any additional information, please pass it along. As you can see, there are several branches of the family along this area including one Civil War prominent soldier. Thomas Henry Hines.
Father: Henry Hines , Sr. b: 18 DEC 1732 in Campbell Co., VA Mother: Elizabeth Jane Harvey b: 3 OCT 1781 in Charlotte Co., VA
Marriage 1 Mary Elizabeth Wade b: 1805 in Boyle Co., KY Married: 15 SEP 1823 in Lincoln Co., KY Married: 15 SEP 1823 in Lincoln Co., KY 1 Children Mary Elizabeth Julia Hines b: 1824 in Lincoln Co., KY William Henry Hines b: 1826 in Lincoln Co., KY Thomas Henry Hines b: 21 NOV 1827 in Lincoln Co., KY George Alfred Hines b: 1830 in Butler Co., KY John Birks Hines b: 23 JAN 1832 in Butler Co., KY Sarah J. D. Hines b: 23 JAN 1832 in Butler Co., KY Caroline Charlotte Hines b: 28 FEB 1836 in Butler Co., KY James David Wilson Hines b: 28 FEB 1836 in Butler Co., KY Elizabeth Wade Hines b: 29 FEB 1840 in Butler Co., KY
Marriage 2 Lucinda Young b: 1807 in Butler Co., KY Married: 10 AUG 1841 in Warren Co., KY Children Lucy Ann Irene Hines b: 1842 in Butler Co., KY Eliza Warren Hines b: 10 MAR 1847 in Butler Co., KY Nancy W. Hines b: 1848 in Butler Co., KY Simeon Lafayette W. Hines b: 1849 in Butler Co., KY
Marriage 3 Mary Ann Burgher b: 1808 in Butler Co., KY Married: 14 OCT 1855 in Butler Co., KY Children ? Hines b: 15 NOV 1856 in Butler Co., KY
Sources: Title: Hines1.ged Repository: Call Number: Media: Other Text: Date of Import: Aug 26, 2004
Possible DOB: 1 OCT 1794
Simeon was given his maternal grandmother's maiden name for his middle name. His 3 younger siblings also had Walton for a middle name.
Simeon's father was 70 yrs. old when Simeon was born, and died when he was only 8. His mother remarried within a few months to Lewis Jackson and moved her family from VA to Boyle Co.,Ky. in1812.
Simeon married Mary Elizabeth Wade on 10/15/1823 in Lincoln Co.,Ky and they moved to Butler Co.,Ky between 1826 and 1829 where they lived until their deaths.
Simeon was generally know as "Sim" to his friends. He was active in the Methodist Church, as were all his brothers and sisters. He also served as magistrate in Butler Co.and farmed until his death.
In his fathers will, he expressed the desire for his 4 youngest children,of which Simeon was one of the 4,should have a genteel education. He willed 1/3 of his estate to Elizabeth to pay for the education out of the profits. If Elizabeth is to remarry then that part of his estate is to be returned to his other estate and divided equally between his youngest 4 children.
Some years after his mothers death, Sim sold the dower Negros,which was assigned to his Mother from the estate of Henry Hines,to his oldest half brother John Hines of Warren Co. Most of Simeon's half brothers and sisters, the children of his father's marriage to Dorcas Kelly, lived in Warren Co., although some lived in Butler Co. All the offspring of Henry's Hines second marriage lived in Butler Co.
Mary Elizabeth died in 1840,sometime after the birth of her 9th child on Feb.29,1940 and was buried in Mt. Vernon Cemetery in Ohio Co. Sim then married Lucinda Young, by whom he had 4 more children.Sim continued to live in Butler Co.,through the 1840 and 1850 census but was living in Ohio Co., for the 1870 Census.
After Lucinds's death, Simeon married for the third time to Mary Ann Burger on Oct.18,1855 at the home of Mrs. Winnie Burger and in the presence of John M. Carson and J.W. Burger. Mary Ann was born in 1808 and it is uncertain if she had been married before.
By the 1870 census he was apparently widowed again because he was living with one of his daughters on a farm near Hudnal Cemetery in Ohio Co.
Sim died sometime after June 19,1873, when he had signed a deed to James M.Leach,and before March 16,1875 when the heirs of his estate signed a deed to give Caroline some land. Apparently the land was some he had intended to give to Caroline but died before getting it done.
He was buried at the Hudnal Cemetery although the condition of the cemetery is such that the stone can't be located. There were only 16 stones left at last report, most being damaged when a farmer turned his hogs into the area. While a marker can't be found, an old letter in the possession of the Hines family, states that both Simeon and his son-in-law George Wilson are buried there.
Excerpts from The Hines Family of Butler and Warren Co.,Ky. by Glenda Potts Thacker-1997
According to the 1870 Census, Simeon W. (1802-1872), lived on his farm. He was 68 years old. There is no wife listed as living there, however, Simeon W. (1849-1923), son of Thomas Henry Hines. Additionally, Elizabeth Warren Hines, (1847-), lived there. She was the elder's daughter and age 22 at the time of this census. There was also a black man who was listed as residing there. His name was Alexander Moor, aged 18. - RF