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Re: Hynes in early Tennessee
Posted by: NSmothers (ID *****6357) Date: January 11, 2004 at 12:06:05
In Reply to: Re: Hynes in early Tennessee by Mary Turney Miller of 570

You must not have read my previous message very well bec it tells you what county and what year Gabriel's father and wife were in DAVIDSON co Tn......this is NOT KY

Note: 1793 lived Davidson Co territory of US, south of the Ohio River.

this is the only Lawrence connected to our Hynes family

3 William Rose Hynes b 1771 d 1837 Bardstown Ky [7 kids]
+1 Elizabeth Lawrence-m 1800-d/o Benjamin Lawrence/Uritha Randall Owings. Benjamin/Uritha marr 1762. He served as Lt. Baltimore Co Md militia, member of committee also. B Anne Arundel Co Md; d Jefferson Co Ky.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 157 page 297
Mrs. Mary Tyler Murphy Richardson. DAR ID Number: 156949 Born in Louisville, Ky.
Wife of Arthur Payne Richardson.
Descendant of Lieut. Benjamin Lawrence, as follows:
1. Stephen May Murphy (1829-87) m. 1854 Mary Matille McMeekin (1835-1910).
2. John McMeekin (1800-46) m. 1826 Mary Dorsey Hynes (1805-59).
3. William Rose Hynes (1771-1837) m. 1800 Elizabeth Lawrence (1778-1814).
4. Benjamin Lawrence m. 1762 Urith Randall Owings.
Benjamin Lawrence (1741-1814) served as lieutenant in the
Baltimore County, Maryland militia; also member of committee. He was born in Anne Arundel County, Md.; died in Jefferson County, Ky.

William Rose was a big land owner in Illinois from 1819 to 1840. Checked some of them out on, and the certificates I looked at were all for issue date of 1 Jan 1840,purchased at the Edwardsville Land Office, and stated "William Rose Hynes of Nelson County, Ky. This William Rose Hynes made at least 20 purchases anywhere from 65.31 acres to 400 (the ones I looked at). This site is not showing the lands he purchased 1819 in Illinois.
William R. Hynes is shown on the Kentucky Census records for 1800 and 1810, only.
1820 find a William Hynes in Jefferson County, Illinois
1830 find a William Hynes in Jo Daviess County, Illinois

NOTE: fr Lee Powers Hynes-WR Hynes build a store 'Hynes Inn' at Bardstown Ky bef 1813 and had other business. In 1955 was "Talbot Tavern"
NOTE:Fr Charlie Murphy -my grandmother's great grandparents from Bardstown were Daniel Talbott IV 1788-1863 & Sarah Cotton 1794-1860; I've no further details about Sarah's family but I've plenty more about the Bardstown Talbotts for my grandmother was Edna Hester (Talbott) dau of Edward Talbott; he was son of Pendleton Talbott 1829-1911 & Margaret Nicholson. Pendleton was one of the at least six children of Daniel & Sarah Cotton Talbott. So, by chance, have you ever heard of a Talbott connection with your Cotton folks? Charlie Murphy near Seattle.
From: "John Cresseveur" <> the current Talbott Tavern was originally called the Hynes Hotel when it was built in the late 1700's.
Over the years it has also be known as the Bardstown Hotel, Chapman's House, Shady Bower Hotel, the Newman House, Talbott Hotel and Old Stone House. It was almost completely destroyed by fire in the late 1990's but has since
been rebuilt. See:

William Rose Hynes
+2 Barbara Chestnut [had 12 children + 2 adopted]

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