Death5-16-1861, Williams County, Ohio Age: 79
BurialBuck Cemetery, Williams County, Ohio
Death12-11-1876, Endicott, Jefferson County, Nebraska, USA Age: 85
BurialRose Hill Cemetery, Hebron, Thayer County, Nebraska, USA
Notes for Henry Sines
Henry was in the War of 1812. He was a volunteer in the company commanded by Captain Abraham Hamilton. He was in 16th Regiment of Virginia Volunteers commanded by Colonel Coleman in the war with Great Britain. He volunteered at Michael’s Spring near Richmond, Virginia on or about 6/14/1813. He was discharged on or about 12/13/1815 at Camp Crop Roads, Maryland b General Scott.
The 1820 and 1830 census shows Henry and Susanna living in Fairfield County, Ohio. The 1840 and 1850 census shows them in Hancock County, Ohio.
In February 1856 they were in Dubuqe County, Iowa. In June 1856 they were living in Camden Township, Hillsdale County, Michigan. The 1860 census shows them in Williams County, Ohio living next to son Simon Sines.
Notes for Susanna (Spouse 1)
Biography researched and written by Evelyn Park Blalock. Please do not publish elsewhere without providing proper credit. Thank you.
Susannah Wooten Sines was residing with the family of her daughter, Susannah Sines Fourtner, at the time of her death.
This cemetery is located on Road 6100 near Hebron, Nebraska, about 15 miles from the Fourtner home in Jefferson County, Nebraska. The cemetery is about 30 miles from the town of Endicott, Nebraska, and about 70 miles from the town of Marysville, Kansas (where several other family members lived at the time).
Additional note: While family records have listed "Rose Hill Cemetery" as the burial location, there is also a "Rose Creek Cemetery" located a bit closer to where the family lived in 1882. Susannah's name does not appear on the transcript for that cemetery. Unfortunately, it appears that no other members of the family are buried at either location... so the original family records are relied upon in creating this memorial. Additional information will be posted as available.