Descendant's Of Rev. Anthony Jacob Hinkle


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14. John Justus HINCKEL was born on 18 Apr 1733 in New Hanover, Montgomery Cty, Pennsylvania, died on 8 Oct 1816 in Hanover, York County, Pennsylvania at age 83, and was buried in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Hanover, Pennsylvania.

John married Elizabeth LEVERING, daughter of William LEVERING and Hannah (Clements) HARDEN, in 1752. Elizabeth was born on 17 Dec 1732 in Roxboro, Pennsylvania, died on 1 Mar 1782 in Hanover, York County, Pennsylvania at age 49, and was buried in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Hanover, Pennsylvania.

John next married Rachael GROVE (GRAFF), daughter of William GROVE (GRAFF) and Unknown, on 18 Jul 1799 in Frederick County, Maryland. Rachael was buried in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Hanover, Pennsylvania.

15. Anthony (Jacob) HINKLE III was born in 1735 in New Hanover, Philadelphia Cty, Pennsylvania and died from 1814 to 1815 in Rowan, Davidson County, North Carolina at age 79.

General Notes: page 887 2

Noted events in his life were:

Research: , Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.

Anthony married Maria Magdalena ZWECKER, daughter of Johannes Wendel ZWECKER and Unknown, on 19 Apr 1756 in Germantown, Philadelphia Cty, Pennsylvania. Maria was born in 1740 in Germantown, Philadelphia Cty, Pennsylvania and died in 1811 in Rowan County, North Carolina at age 71.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 23 M    i. Wendel (Wintle) HINKLE was born on 13 Mar 1757 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, died on 11 Jul 1838 in Pleasantville, Sullivan County, Indiana at age 81, and was buried in Pleasantville, Sullivan County, Indiana.

+ 24 M    ii. Nathan HINKLE was born on 31 Mar 1759 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, died on 25 Dec 1848 in Pleasantville, Sullivan County, Indiana at age 89, and was buried in Hymera, Hymera Cem, Hymera-Shelburn, Indiana.

+ 25 M    iii. Joseph HINKLE was born in 1761 in Germantown, Philadelphia Cty, Pennsylvania and died on 17 Mar 1793 in Covalt Station, Hamilton County, Ohio at age 32.

+ 26 F    iv. Catherine HINKLE was born in 1767 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

+ 27 M    v. Anthony HINKLE was born on 11 May 1770 in New Holland, Lancaster, Pennsylvania and died on 7 Aug 1850 in St. Clair, Butler, Ohio at age 80.

+ 28 M    vi. Henry HINKLE was born on 4 Oct 1771 in New Holland, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

+ 29 F    vii. Elizabeth HINKLE was born on 10 Jan 1773 in New Holland, Lancaster, Earl Township Pennsylvania and died aftr 1850 in Hadden Township, Sullivan County, Indiana.

+ 30 M    viii. George HINKLE was born in 1774 in Earltown, (Now New Holland), Lancaster, Pennsylvania and died in Indiana?.

+ 31 F    ix. Margaret HINKLE was born on 27 Jul 1775 in Earltown, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, was christened on 27 Jul 1775 in New Holland, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and died on 2 Mar 1831 in Davidson County, North Carolina at age 55.

+ 32 M    x. Peter HINKLE was born on 7 Jan 1781 in New Holland, Lancaster, Pennsylvania and was christened on 15 Apr 1781 in New Holland, Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

16. Mary Barbara HINCKEL was born on 12 Feb 1737 in New Hanover, Montgomery Cty, Pennsylvania.

Mary married John CONRAD Jr. before 1752. John died in Oct 1769 in Philadelphia, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Mary next married Isaiah EVANS before 29 Apr 1773.

17. Philip HINCKEL was born in 1739 in Germantown, Philadelphia Cty, Pennsylvania, died on 15 May 1814 in Plumstead Township, Bucks County Pennsylvania at age 75, and was buried in Deep Run (Mennonite) Cemetery, Bedminster, Bucks County, Penn.

Philip married Mary JOHNSON, daughter of Casper JOHNSON and Catherine, in 1759 in Germantown, Philadelphia Cty, Pennsylvania. Mary was born about 1743 in Germantown, Philadelphia Cty, Pennsylvania, died in Aug 1827 in Plumstead Township, Bucks County Pennsylvania about age 84, and was buried in Deep Run (Mennonite) Cemetery, Bedminster, Bucks County, Penn.

18. Capt. Charles HINCKEL was born in 1741 in Germantown, Philadelphia Cty, Pennsylvania and died in 1783 in Rowan County, North Carolina at age 42.

General Notes: The Scotch-Irish were soon followed by another stream of immigrants the
Germans who had previously located in Pennsylvania. The route which the
German and Scotch-Irish settlers took in making the overland journey from
Pennsylvania to western North Carolina is described by Colonel Saunders as
follows:

On Jeffrey's map, a copy of which is in the Congressional Library at
Washington City, there is plainly laid down a road called "the Great Road
from the Yadkin River through Virginia to Philadelphia, distant 435
miles." It ran from Philadelphia through Lancaster and York to
Winchester, thence up the Shenandoah Valley, crossing the Fluvanna River
to Looney's Ferry, thence to Staunton River, and down the river through
the Blue Ridge, thence southward, crossing Dan River below the mouth of
Mayo River, thence still southward near the Moravian settlement to the
Yadkin River, just above the mouth of Linville Creek and about ten miles
above the mouth of Reedy Creek.9

The Germans did not extend their settlements quite so far west as the
Scotch-Irish did. They were industrious and economical in their habits
and formed a valuable part of the population. As the laws were written
and expounded in English and all public business was transacted in that
language, the Germans were incapable, in most instances, of participating
in public affairs.l0 The process whereby they were naturalized was the
taking of several oaths prescribed by law and the repeating and
subscribing of the test. The test, as entered on the court records of
the county, was in this form:

I, A. B., do believe in my conscience that there is not any
transubstantiation in the sacrament of the Lord's Supper or in the
elements of bread and wine at or after the consecration thereof by any
person whatsoever.11

Among the early German settlers appear the names of Bernhardt, Heilig,
Meisenheimer, Beard, Mull, Rintelman (Rendleman), Layrle (Lyerly), Kuhn
(Coon), Friese, Eisenhauer, Suther, Winecoff, Cress, Walcher, Harkey,
Savitz, Henkel, Moser, Braun (Brown), Lingle, Fisher, Berger, Lippard,
Peeler, Holtzhauer, Kluttz, Roseman, Foet, Shupping, Beam, and Buin.

9 Col. Rec., IV, xxi.
10 Rumple, 29.
11 Col. Rec., VII, 521-522. 12 James Sprunt Historical Publications 3

Charles married Elizabeth JOHNSON, daughter of Casper JOHNSON and Catherine, in 1761 in Germantown, Philadelphia Cty, Pennsylvania.

19. Peter HINCKEL was born in 1743 in Germantown, Philadelphia Cty, Pennsylvania and died fall 1775 in Rowan County, North Carolina at age 32.

Peter married Salome HARTMAN, daughter of George HARTMAN and Maria HOEFLY.

20. Michael HINCKEL was born in 1745 in Germantown, Philadelphia Cty, Pennsylvania and died in 1790 in Salisbury, North Carolina at age 45.

Michael married Unknown? in Pennsylvania.

Michael next married Sarah BEECHAM on 26 Nov 1787 in Salisbury, North Carolina.

21. Henry HINCKEL was born in 1746 in Germantown, Philadelphia Cty, Pennsylvania.

Henry married Catherine LOSH, daughter of George LOSH and Unknown, in 1765 in Germantown, Philadelphia Cty, Pennsylvania.

Henry next married Dorothea NAGEL in 1790 in Rowan County, North Carolina.

22. Benjamin HINCKEL was born on 29 Mar 1751 in Germantown, Philadelphia Cty, Pennsylvania.

Benjamin married Susannah BRYAN, daughter of Joseph BRYAN and Alice, in 1777. Susannah died in 1811 in Rowan County, North Carolina.

Benjamin next married Mary Ann HARWOOD on 16 Jun 1812.


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