Hinson Family CrestThe English surname Hinson, also found in Scotland and Ireland, is of patronymic origin, meaning son of, or descendant of Hind. The personal name Hind, popular in the Middle Ages is of uncertain provenance. The name was originally found in northern England and the first reference to the name is in Yorkshire in 1379. Early records of the name Hinson in the United States include Ralph Hinson who arrived in Boston, Massachusetts in 1634 and William Hinson who landed in Maryland in 1650. A notable bearer of the name was the famous Tennessee confederate sniper Jack Hinson who gained fame during the American Civil War. 

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