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Vaughan E. Hinman
His mother R. F. Vaughan Hinman
That W. M. Hinman
of North Platte, Nebr
And Rebecca F. Vaughan
of Wyalusing, PA
Were united in the Bonds of Holy Matrimony
At The home of the Bride on the Eleventh day of
March, 12 Oclock PM (?) in the year of our Lord 1867
In the Presence of Signed
J. P. Keeces (?) David Croft
M. V. Keeler and others Pastor of Presbyterian Church
Washington M. Hinman, Wednesday Jan 27th 1904 3:15 A.M.
Velva Dorothy daughter of Vaughan E & Minnie Doris – died April 22, 1906
Rebecca Franklin Vaughan Hinman April 30, 1910
Fredrick Distlop Distel July 21, 1901
Mary Henrietta Koberg Distel Jan 10, 1914
Vaughan Elias Hinman February 7, 1951
Minnie Doris Distel Hinman February 1, 1977
Washington M. Hinman Sept. 14, 1819
R. F. Vaughan "Rebecca Franklin" May 17, 1836
Vaughan Elias Hinman Feb 21 Friday 2 AM 1868
York Abner Hinman, March 7th Monday 6 AM 1870
Suezilla Hinman, July 21st – Monday 2 AM 1873
Velva Dorothy Hinman Jan 4th 1904, Monday 12:30 PM
Vaughan Charles Hinman Oct 14, 1905
Iva Marie Hinman Nov 3, 1908
Y. A. Hinman born March 7th 1870 Wyalusing Bradford Co Penn at my girlhood home
Daisy Crusen born Dec 20 1872 Married to Y. A. Hinman North Platte Nebr Dec 20, 1892
Vaughan Elias Hinman born Feb 20, 1868 North Platte Nebraska married to Minnie Doris Distel Oct 1 – 1902 – 8 PM North Platte Nebr 1st born Velva
Suezilla H Eves 1st born Ruth Franklin March 22 1895 Died March 22 1895
Wm Vaughan and Washington York May 26, 1896 Wm Vaughan died Feb 7, 1897
George Wesley Jan 12 98 Margaret Reba Jan 26, 1901 – Arthur Glenn Feb 6 1903
Harold Hinman Eves Nov 17, 1905
Family Temperance Pledge
W. M. Hinman
Mrs. W. M. Hinman
Y. A. Hinman
Daisy C. Hinman
G. W. Eves
V. E. Hinman
Vaughan E Hinman North Platte, Neb
Minnnie D Distel North Platte, Neb
Wednesday Oct 1st 1902 8 PM Rev. Greenlee (?)
York Abner Hinman North Platte, Neb
Daisy Crusen North Platte, Neb
Dec 20, 1892
|Judy included these two photos with the Bibile submission. They are labelled Home of Elias Vaughan, PA. I assume them to be in the Wyalusing area and I am guessing that Ellias Vaughan was father of Rebecca Vaughan.|
The following is Washington Hinman's obit. He was husband of Rebecca Hinman who I have already sent. 3 of his brothers also went to Nebraska (John, Miner and Beach).
North Platte, NE, January 29, 1904 = Obit title -Death of Well-known pioneer
Washington M. Hinman Passes to the Beyond Wednesday Morning at the Age
Washington M. Hinman, one of the pioneer residents of Lincoln Co [NE], and one of the frontiersmem who fifty years ago blazed the way for the civilization and settlement of the trans-Missouri country, died at his home two miles west of town early Wednesday moning. Mr. Hinman had been in rather poor health, due to his advanced age, for some time, but it was not until Saturday that he was forced to remain in bed by reason of an attack of pneumonia, to which death was due.
The deceased was born at Wysox, PA, Sept. 14th, 1819 , and at the age of nineteen went to Wisconsin where he engaged in copper mining. In 1854 when the California mining fever was still at its height he passed throught this section of Nebraska to the gold fields, where he remained for four years and then went to Oregon where he operated a sawmill the lumber district. In 1884 or 1885 he came to old Ft. McPherson east of town where he remained for two years and then went to Oregon where he operated a sawmill in the lumber district. In 1864 or 1865 he came to old Ft. McPerson east of town where for a year or so he acted as Indian interpreter for the United Stated government. At that place he married to a Miss Jeffrey [Virgina Hill per marriage records], who died about a year after the marriage [probably in childbirth]. He then moved to North Platte and later went to Pennsylvania, where in 1867 he was united in marriage to Miss Rebecca Vaughan. Returning to North Platte with his bride, he remained here until 1972 where he removed to what is now Red Willow County, spending four years in that section and returning here in 176, where he has since resided.
Mr Hinman's life was a stenuous one, especially the thirty-fve years passed in the early-day mining camps in the early-day mining camps and lumber districts, and that he lived to such a ripe age in evidence that his constitution, to have with stood the condition to which he was subjected, must have been one of iron. He was a man of more that average intellectural ability, of strong convictions, pronounced opioions, and an execellent citizen.
Surviving him is a wife and three children - Vaughan and York Hinman and Mrs. George W. Eves.
The funeral was held from the Methodist chruch at two o'clock this afternoon in charge or the Masons, of which organigation he had long been a member.