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HICKS,  Thomas (1725-1797)  NC

Kellam, Ida Brooks, and Leslie Hubert Brown.  Duplin County, North Crolina, Gravestone Records. Typescript. [Wilmington, NC],1960. Vol. 1, p. 22, 33.

Moore, Claude Hunter. "The Hicks Family of Sampson and Duplin." The Warsaw-Faison News. Warsaw, NC. 17 Dec. 1970.

Moore, Claude Hunter. The Sycamores, Turkey, N.C., Family Bible. New York: Harper Bros., 1846.

Saunders, William Laurence. The Colonial Records of North Carolina. Raleigh: P.M. Hale [etc.] State Printer, 1886-1890. Reprintings. Vol. 7, p. 1049; vol. 9, p. 1042, 1175, 1178, 1188; vol. 12, p. 665, 666, 816.

Wheeler, John H. Historical Sketches of North Carolina: from 1584-1851. Philadelphia: Lippincott, Grambo and CO., 1851; New York: Frederick H. Hitchcock, 1925; Baltimore: Regional Pub. Co., 1964, 1970.  Vol. 1, p. 65; vol. 2, p. 138. (http://persi.heritagequestonline.comReturn to index

HIGLEY, Captain John  (1649-1714) CT

            Barber, M.D., Lucius I.  A Record and Documentary History of Simsbury.
                    The Abigail Phelps Chapter Daughters of The American Revolution
                    Simsbury, Connecticut, 1931.  (Republished 1974)
                            (a recognized reference book for historians and genealogists)

            Dwight, Benjamin W.  History of the Descendants of Elder John Strong of
Albany: J. Munsell Co., 1871.  Also, Baltimore:
                    Gateway Press, 1975, 1984.  2v.

            Johnson, Mary Coffin.  The Higleys and their Ancestry, an old colonial
3rd ed.  Grantsville, UT: GS Higley, 1963.
                          [Brooklyn: NY Library, 1892.]

            Stiles, Henry R.  The History and Genealogies of Ancient Windsor,
                    Connecticut including East Windsor, South Windsor, Bloomfield,
                    Windsor Locks, and Ellington, 1635-1891. 
Hartford:  Case, Lockwood
                    and Brainard, 1891.

            Vibert, William M.  Three Centuries of Simsbury 1670-1970.  Simsbury:
                    Simsbury Tercentenary Committee, Inc., 1970.  Return to index

HILL, Abraham  (1732-1792)  NC

Cemeteries of Oglethorpe County, Georgia. Lexington, GA: Historic Oglethorpe County, 1995. P. 174.           

            Hill, Lodowick Johnson, Sr.  The Hills of Wilkes County, Georgia and
                    Allied Families.  Atlanta, Georgia:  Johnson-Dallis Co., 1922.  Revised,
                   Danielsville, Georgia:  Heritage Papers, 1972. P. 57-8, 60-63, 198.

            Knight, Lucian Lamar. Georgia's Landmarks, Memorials, and Legends.
                  Atlanta: The Byrd Print. Co., 1913-1914; Gretna, LA: Pelican Pub. Co.,
                  2006. P. 1046.

The North Carolina Booklet. Raleigh, NC: North Carolina Society, Daughters of
the American Revolution, 1901-1970.  Vol. 5, 8.

            Thompson, Benjamin F.  History of Long Island. New York: Rob't
                    A. Dodd, 1918. Vol. 2. Return to index

HILL,  Captain Benjamin  (      -c.1753)  NC

            Bell, Mary Best.  Colonial Bertie County North Carolina: abstracts of deeds.
Windsor, NC:  Mary B. Bell and Edythe S. Dunston, 1963-1968 Book B.

            Saunders, William L. and Walter Clark (eds.).  The Colonial Records of  North
Vol III p.629; IV pp.629, 233, 345, 346.   Raleigh:  P. M. Hale
                    (and others), Printer  to the State, 1886-1890 [10v].  Published under the
                    supervision of the trustees of the public libraries by order of the General
                    Assembly.  Reprinted, New York, AMS Press, 1968-78. 30v.  Return to index

HILL,  Jr.,  Clement  (1670-1743)  MD

             Bowie, Effie Augusta Gwynn.  Across the Years in Prince George's County;
                     genealogical and biographical history of some of Prince George's 
                     County, Maryland and allied families.  Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing
                     Co., 1975.

            Slowinski, Annette.  "Clement Hill, Jr."  Adventurers, Cavaliers, Patriots:
                    Ancestors Remembered
.  Baltimore: The National Society of The Colonial
                    Dames of America in Maryland, 1994.  Return to index

HILLIARD, Oliver  (1708-1792)  RI

             Smith, Joseph Jencks.  Civil and Military List of Rhode Island: Vol. 1. 1647-
  Providence: Preston and Rounds, 1900. p. 112.  Return to index

HINCKLEY,  Thomas  (1620-1705)  MA

            Groves, Marlene Alma Hinckley.  Hinckleys of Maine.  Rockland, ME:
                    Penobscot Press, 1993.
                           (The ancestry and descendants of Samuel Hinckley of Brunswick,
                             Maine.)   Return to index

HINTON,  Colonel John  (c.1720-1784)  NC

            Saunders, William L. and Walter Clark (eds.).  The Colonial Records of
                    North Carolina. 
Vols 4, 14.   Raleigh:  P. M. Hale (and others), Printer
                    to the State, 1886-1890 [10v].  Published under the supervision of the
                    trustees of the public libraries by order of the General Assembly. 
                    Reprinted, New York, AMS Press, 1968-78. 30v.   

                Saunders, William L.  The Colonial Records of North Carolina.  Raleigh, NC:
                    P. M. Hale, 1886-1890; Wilmington, NC: Broadfoot Pub., 1993. Vol. 10,
                    p. 166, 168.  Return to index

HITE,  Jost  (1685-1761)  VA

            Jones, Jr, Henry Z. and Ralph Conner and Klaus Wurst.  German Origins of
                    Jost Hite, Virginia Pioneer 1685-1761.
  Edinburg, VA: Shenandoah
                    History, 1979.

Mackenzie, George Norbury. Colonial Families of the United States of America, In Which is Given the History, Genealogy, and Armorial Bearings of Colonial Families Who Settled in the American Colonies from the Time of the Settlement of Jamestown, 13th May, 1607, to the Battle of Lexington, 19th April, 1775. New York, Boston: The Grafton Press, 1907-20; Baltimore: Genealogical Pub. Co., 1966, 1995.

            Norris, J.E. (ed).  History of the Lower Shenandoah Valley; counties of
                    Frederick, Berkeley, Jefferson and Clarke, their early settlement
                    and progress to the present time.
  Chicago:  A. Warner, 1890.
                    [Reprinted, Berryville, VA: Virginia Book Company, 1972.]   Return to index


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