I also thought some more about the Hinxman family and realized that the William Hinxman will that I transcribed whilst we were in New York is likely the grandson of Eleanor (Blake) Hinxman rather than the son. He mentions his cousins Noyse which would be the children of his Aunt Jane (Hinxman) Noyse. I haven't really thought about the Hinxman family with respect to generations because my interest was always in seeing whether they mentioned their Blake cousins which they did not. William, my ancestor, died in 1696 at Foxcott without a will and I would dearly love to know the names of his children other than the parish register plus the children of his children other than the parish register. William was constantly selling off leases to his siblings (likely to provide a living for himself, his wife (Anne Hellier Blake) and his children: William (baptized 9 August 1647), John (baptized 10 May 1649), and Dorothy (baptized 8 Sep 1655). Possibly there was another daughter but I need to continue transcribing the Andover Parish Registers to understand that. William (the son) disappears from the records at Andover as far as I can tell thus far. For the daughter Dorothy I have no other entries. John married Elizabeth
William, the father who appears to be buried at Foxcott 1696, never worked again as a priest. He could have been a teacher and I haven't found the records. No mention is made of his being ordained in his burial record. The lines state: William Blake of Foxkett [May} 1. There are few references to location so this must have been meaningful to the priest and to separate him from other William Blake entries perhaps but I need to transcribe the register to determine that. Since there are continuing land records for this William well into the late 1680s and early 1690s it would appear to be the correct person as the records tend to deal with Foxcott.
Today I hope to return to transcribing. My shoulder is improving and would tolerate longer periods typing.
Yesterday I also worked on the T study looking at the scientific papers published and adding those details to the database.