John Hinckley Jr.

John Warnock Hinckley Jr. is an American man who attempted to assassinate U.S. President Ronald Reagan in Washington, D.C. on March 30, 1981, two months after Reagan’s first inauguration.

John’s paternal grandfather was Percival Porter Hinckley (the son of Francis Edward Hinckley and Amelia Smith). Pervical was born in Chicago, Illinois. Francis was the son of Alfred Hinckley and Eliza Stanley, who was born in Cork, Ireland. Amelia was the daughter of John Wilson Smith and Amelia Shipley.

John’s paternal grandmother was Katherine Avilla Warnock (the daughter of William George Warnock and Avilla Minnie Tinker). Katherine was born in Meriden, Connecticut. William was the son of Irish parents, Thomas Warnock and Catherine Atchinson. Avilla was the daughter of William R. Tinker and Mary Ann Harris.

John’s maternal grandmother was Harvey Lawrence Moore (the son of Lyman Corbin Moore and Nellie J). Harvey was born in Kansas. Lyman was the son of William Harvey Moore and Minnie Rees.

John’s maternal grandmother was Ardis Thompson (the daughter of Clyde Singletary Thompson and Hattie J Jackson). Ardis was born in Missouri. Clyde was the son of James Thompson and Victoria Singletary. Hattie was the daughter of Henry Clay Jackson and Susan Elizabeth Chadwick.

8 Responses

  1. LizzieLana says:

    Y’all being so confusing, should Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold have pages?

  2. LizzieLana says:

    I think mass shooters like Eric Harris/Dylan Klebold, Adam Lanza or James Holmes should have pages.

  3. LizzieLana says:

    Someone please fix this page.

  4. Oaken05 says:

    This is the most sloppily composed profile I’ve seen on here; likely should have made it through because of that. Where’s the birth name, year, ethnicities, etc?

  5. Akwaba says:

    Is he a “celebrity” according to this site ? :/

    • passingtime85 says:

      He isn’t celebrated, but has notoriety and/or is infamous. He made a mark on history and that seems enough to warrant a profile/page.

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