Getting in Touch

This page suggests some reasons for getting in touch, and explains how to do it.  A copy of this page is repeated on each of the HINXMAN Family History sites.


Do feel free to write via e-mail to the webmaster, Richard HINXMAN.  The address is:

-  If you have a query, I'll do my best to answer it.

-  If you're trying to discover your HINXMAN ancestors, I'll try to help you find them.

-  If you can offer a correction or update to anything on this site, I'll be pleased to hear of it.

-  If you're able to supply further information, pictures, or a story, then I'd love to hear from you.

-  If you're trying to contact your living HINXMAN relatives, I'll endeavour to connect you with them.
-  If you're trying to re-home HINXMAN memorabilia to their original family, I'll do my best to put you in touch.

-  If you're interested in obtaining HINXMAN heritage art prints from the family collection, I'll be happy to help.

You can also receive
updates on our family history news, including new developments on the HINXMAN Family History websites:

-  Follow us on our Facebook page, at
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. . . and Finally

  -  If you'd like to leave some feedback about this website, Comments boxes are available at the foot of most pages.  Thank you!
Webpage version 2018.1.  First version 2015.
Webpage copyright © Richard HINXMAN, 2015.

Illustration:  A Helping Hand.  1816.
Detail from a painting of Richard HINXMAN (c.1786-1834), his wife Sarah HINXMAN nee ARTHERIDGE (c.1792-1844), with two of their children.
This picture shows the hand of
Richard HINXMAN, holding the arm of his 2 year old daughter Jane Amy HINXMAN (1814-1821) as she steps down from a footstool.
The close-up image also shows a partly discoloured 'ghost' of an earlier draft, where BUCK appears to have painted Jane's arm to the right of the present position.

Original:  Family group portrait.  Watercolour, plus pen and coloured inks, on card.  Adam BUCK (1759-1833).  1816.  Richard HINXMAN & Family.  London, England.  Private collection. 
Public domain.  See Terms of Use.