When Levi Hinds was born on August 25, 1742, his father, Capt. Joseph Simeon Hinds, was 37 and his mother, Ruth Baldwin Hinds, was 24.  He married Jane Preston on May 26, 1791, in New Jersey.  He died on August 28, 1817, in Wayne County, KY, having lived a long life of 75 years.

Birth:  Levi Hinds was born on August 25, 1742, to Ruth Baldwin, age 24, and Capt. Joseph Simeon Hinds, age 37.

Birth of Brother:  His brother Capt John Henry was born on June 9, 1745, in Mendham, New Jersey, when Levi was 2 years old.

Death of Sister:  His sister Mary died on February 6, 1747, when Levi was 4 years old.

Birth of Sister:  His sister Mary was born on February 6, 1748, when Levi was 5 years old.

Birth of Sister:  His sister Prudence was born in 1752 in Morris, New Jersey, when Levi was 10 years old.

Death of Mother: His mother Ruth passed away in 1758 in Rowan, North Carolina, at the age of 40.

Marriage:  Levi Hinds was married in 1764 when he was 22 years old.

Death of Father:  His father Capt Joseph Simeon passed away on July 2, 1772, in Guilford, North Carolina, at the age of 67.

Death of Brother:  His brother Simeon died on October 3, 1778, in Guilford, North Carolina, when Levi was 36. years old.

Marriage:  Levi married Jane Preston in New Jersey on May 26, 1791, when he was 48 years old.

Death of Sister:  His sister Chanette died in September 1792 in Virginia when Levi was 50 years old.

Military:  Levi served in the military in 1792 when he was 50 years old.

Residence:  He lived in Wayne, KY, in 1810

Death of Brother:  His brother Capt John Henry died on August 25, 1811, in Knox, TN, when Levi was 69 years old.

New Madrid Earthquakes:  Levi was living in KY around the time it was shaken by the most powerful earthquakes to ever hit the midwest.

Death of Sister:  His sister Hannah died on March 9, 1812, in Wayne, KY, when Levi was 69 years old.

Death of Brother:  His brother Joseph Simeon died on March 9, 1812, in Knox, TN, when Levi was 69 years old.

The Treaty of Ghent:  Levi Hinds from KY, probably discussed the Treaty of Ghent after the agreement ended the War of 1812 in December 1814.

Levi died on August 28, 1817, in Wayne, KY, when he was 75 years old.