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  1. Mordecai Lincoln (1771 – 1830) was an uncle of U.S. President Abraham Lincoln. He was the eldest son of Captain Abraham Lincoln, a brother of Thomas Lincoln and Mary Lincoln Crume, and the husband of Mary Mudd. He is buried at the Old Catholic or Lincoln Cemetery near Fountain Green, Illinois.

  2. 15 mag 2022 · Mordecai Lincoln died on December 1736 in Amity, Pennsylvania and is buried in the Exeter Friends burial grounds shown below. The Exeter Friends Meeting house is still in use today near Oley, Pennsylvania in Berks County.

    • Hingham, Massachusetts Bay Colony
    • April 24, 1686
    • "Mordecay Lincolne"
  3. Compare DNA and explore genealogy for Mordecai Lincoln II born 1686 Hingham, Plymouth, Massachusetts died 1736 Amity, Washington, Pennsylvania including ancestors + descendants + 1 photos + 11 genealogist comments + DNA connections + more in the free family tree community.

    • Male
    • May 12, 1736
    • April 24, 1686
  4. The Lincoln family is an American family of English origins. It includes the fourth United States Attorney General, Levi Lincoln Sr., governors Levi Lincoln Jr. (of Massachusetts) and Enoch Lincoln (of Maine), and Abraham Lincoln, the sixteenth President of the United States .

  5. Thomas Lincoln Sr. (January 6, 1778 [a] – January 17, 1851) was an American farmer, carpenter, and father of the 16th president of the United States, Abraham Lincoln. Unlike some of his ancestors, Thomas could not write.

  6. 17 ago 2011 · The Inheritance of Mordecai Lincoln Marker. Inscription. Mordecai Lincoln, uncle to President Abraham Lincoln, lived in this house from around 1797 to 1811. His father, Captain Abraham Lincoln, the grandfather and namesake of the future president, came to Jefferson County, Virginia, in 1782.

  7. Mordecai was the great-great-great-grandfather of Abraham Lincoln. This countryside later drew to it a Scituate schoolmaster, Charles A. Dana, later the founder of the New York Sun, the writers Gillette Burgess and Will Irwin, and the architect, Ralph Adams Cram.