David B. Hinish married Elizabeth Fryman. They were from Bedford County Pennsylvania.
Their children were:
James Hinish born 1854 in Pennsylvania
Mary Hinish born 1868 in Michigan
Anna Hinish born 1865 in Michigan
The 1860 census of Oronko Township, Berrien County, Michigan includes:
David B. Hinish 38 years of age a farmer born in PA
Elizabeth Hinish 30 years of age born in PA
James T. Hinish 6 years of age born in PA
Mary E. Hinish 2 years of age born in MI
This census would indicate this family came to Michigan between 1854 and 1858 based on the ages and birthplaces of the children.
The 1870 census of Oronoko Township, Berrien County, Michigan includes:
David Hinish 47 years of age a farmer born in PA
Elizabeth Hinish 40 years of age born in PA
James Hinish 16 years of age born in PA
Mary E. Hinish 12 years of age born in MI
Anna Hinish 3 years of age born in MI
The 1880 census of Berrien County, Michigan includes in Oronko Township:
David B. Hinish 58 years of age a farmer born in PA
Elizabeth Hinish 52 years of age born in PA
William Hinish 22 years of age born in PA nephew
Mary Hinish 22 years of age born in MI daughter
Anna Hinish 15 years of age bron in MI daughter
and living in the Harvey Scofield household in Royalton Township:
Harry Hinish 21 years of age born in PA
Notes: In Berrien County, Michigan, James Hinish son of David and Elizabeth Hinish died on 26 February 1871. Mary E. Hinish married Henry Andrew Feather on 7 October 1880 and had a son Milton H. Feather. Anna Jane Hinish was born to David and Elizabeth Hinish on 22 August 1867. David B. Hinish died in Oronoko Towship on 28 June 1881 and his parents are given as John and Mary Hinish. On 21 Nov 1887 Mrs. Elizabeth Hinish married Louis Grabfelter. This was her 2nd marriage. Anna J. Hinish was born in Berrien Springs August 27, 1867 and died July 12, 1925 in Greeley, KS. Anna married William Anderson Fox in Chicago, Illinois on 29 Apr 1891. Their grandson Howard Fox donated the book of remembrances displayed on our website.
The Berrien Springs Journal Era carried a death notice for Ann (Hinish) Fox on 16 Jul 1925 and it reads: “Word from Howard Fox who was called to his home in Greeley, Kan., two weeks ago on account of the illness of his mother, states that his mother passed away, Tuesday morning. Mrs. Fox will be remembered as Miss Anna Hinish, and a resident of this place for many years.”
It appears from cemetery records found that David, Elizabeth (Fryman) and James Hinish are buried in the Rose Hill Cemetery, Oronoko Township, Berrien Springs, Michigan:
David B. Hinish Jun 1882- 29 Jun 1881 1st Addition North Section Lot 3
Elizabeth (Fryman) Hinish Mar 1829-15 May 1893 1st Addition North Section Lot 3
James L. Hinish Jan 1854-26 Feb 1871
David Hinish appears to be the son of John and Mary (Baker) Hinish of Bedford County, Pennsylvania. The 1850 census of Hopewell in Bedford County, Pennsylvania includes:
Hinish 75 years of age born in PA
Mary Hinish 57 years of age born in PA
David Hinish 26 years of age born in PA
Delilah Hinish 23 years of age born in PA
Joseph Hinish 17 years of age born in PA
Hinish 20 years of age born in PA
Mary J Hinish 11years of age born in PA
Note: John Hinish married Mary Baker on 25 Apr 1811 in Bedford County, PA. Mary Baker was born on 29 Jan 1792 and died on 24 Apr 1881 in Bedford County PA. John Hinish died on 20 Jun 1853 at the age of 77 year 2 months and 17 days making his birth date 03 Apr 1776. John Hinish was the son of Henry Hinish and Elizabeth Peck was born 1794. John and Mary (Baker) Hinish are buried in the Hinish Family Cemetery in Hopewell Township. Bedford County, Pannsylvania. Mary Baker’s parents were John and Fannie Baker, both are buried in Lucas Cemetery, Chester Township, Wayne County Ohio, John Baker died 20 Jan 1843 and Fannie Baker died 28 Feb 1847.
The Hinish Family Cemetery is located on a farm originally owned by Henry Hinish who came to this country in 1754. The cemetery is located in Hopewell Township, Bedford County, PA. The cemetery is located south of Everett, Pa about 3 or 4 miles northeast of the village of Tatesville along the Raystown branch of the Juniata River.
According to genealogical records found on www.rootsweb.com: the children of “Johann ‘Henry Hinish’ Heinisch were:
married to John Ogden in 1787
John George born 7/24/1761 in York, Pennsylvania married to Elizabeth Rinard 1793
John Henry born 8/9/1764 in York, Pennsylvania died before 1767
John Henry born 2/18/1767 in York , PA and died before 1801
Maria Susannah born 1/27/1771 in Washington County, Maryland and married to Simon Ford, Sr in 1792 Marie Elizabeth born 8/30/1773 in Washington County, Maryland and married to Henry Rinard
John born 9/3/1775 in Washington County, Maryland and married to Mary Baker
Anna Catherina born 10/9/1777 in Washington County, Maryland and married to Henry Ickes.
All of Henry's children were married in Bedford County, Pennsylvania. All of them are buried in Bedford County except Mary married to John Ogden who is buried in Marietta, Ohio and the first John Henry who was buried in York, Pennsylvania.” Records indicate Henry Hinish married Elizabeth Peck or Beck.