History of Greene County, Pennsylvania
J. S. HINERMAN, farmer and stock-grower, was born
October 21, 1845. His parents were Jesse
and Sarah (Shutterly) Hinerman, the former born in Washington
County, Penn., and the
latter in Wilmington,
were of German origin, Mr. Hinerman’s
father, who was a farmer through life, died April 3, 1877.
His family consisted of ten children, of whom
the subject of our sketch is the youngest.
He was reared on the home farm and acquired a common school
education. From his youth he has been
engaged in agricultural pursuits and has been quite successful. He is the owner of a fine residence and
eighty-seven acres of well cultivated land.
Mr. Hinerman was married in 1866 to Rebecca, daughter of Leonard
Straight. Her parents were natives of Pennsylvania,
Dutch extraction. Mr. and Mrs. Hinerman
are the parents of the following named children—Ida, Alta, Sarah E.,
Mary J., Curtis, Clida, Charles B. and John.
Mr. Hinerman, who is a Republican, was elected justice of the
1880 and re-elected in 1885. He and his
wife are members of the Church
History of Greene County,
Samuel P. Bates
Nelson, Rishforth & Co., Chicago.
Transcribed by Annette Bame Peebles
The Greene County,
Biographies Project –
Date of Transcription: 5 June 2007
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