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Ziba Hinkle[1]

Male 1780 - 1870  (90 years)


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  • Name Ziba Hinkle 
    Born 1780  Lancaster County Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Died 2 Apr 1870  Dayton Ohio Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Person ID P-108076786  SheldonTurner
    Last Modified 14 Feb 2011 

    Father Joseph Hinkle,   b. 1761, Germantown, Philadelphia Cty, Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 17 Mar 1793, Covalt Station, Hamilton County, Ohio Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 32 years) 
    Relationship Natural 
    Mother Lydia Cook,   b. 1758, of, Bourbon Co, KY Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. 1831, Franklin , Wayne County, Indiana Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 73 years) 
    Relationship Natural 
    Married 1777  , Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Family ID F62  Group Sheet

    Family Abigail Barrett,   d. Yes, date unknown 
    Family ID F180  Group Sheet

  • Notes 
    • Title: The Henckel Family Records
      Author: Elon O. Henkel, Editor
      Publication: The Henkel Press, New Market VA, 1926
      Note: Subtitle: A periodical publication devoted to collecting andpreserving the history of the Henckel Family in Europe and America1635-1717. Published by authority of The Henckel Family Association.Page 261-261 has descendants of Joseph Hinkle 1759- 1793 m. LydiaCook.
      Page: p. 261
      Text: Ziba Hinkle, soldier of 1812, born in 1780; died, April 2, 1870,Dayton, Ohio. By his first wife he had at least five children. About1852 he received a warrant for eighty acres of land--May 28, 1884

      1. Has Children John HINKLE b: 10 JUN 1810 in Hamilton County, Ohio
      2. Has Children Joseph Henry HINKLE b: 4 DEC 1845 in Delaware County, Indiana
      3. Has No Children William HINKLE b: in Hamilton, Ohio
      4. Has No Children Henry HINKLE b: in Hamilton, Ohio
      5. Has No Children Ellen HINKLE
      6. Has No Children Elizabeth HINKLE
      (Research):The following is quoted from the "History of Cincinnati and Hamilton County, Ohio" published in 1894, in part:
      "Captain Abraham Covalt, born in New Jersey, a resident of Bedford County, Pennsylvania, a soldier of the Revolution and one of the leaders of the Miami emigration, purchased lands of Lyman & Stites in 1787 or 1788."
      "January 1, 1789 he left Pennsylvania with his large family and several other families, among whom were Z. (Ziba) Hinkle, Timothy Covalt, and others. In all 45 persons landed a Columbia, Ohio January 19, 1789. Others of this party whose names were mentioned were: Robert McKinley, Jonathan Pitman, John Webb John Hutchins, David Smith, (R) Fletcher, (Levi) Buckingham, (Jacob) Beagle,-----Clemmons,------Coleman, --------Murphy, and -------Gerston.

  • Sources 
    1. [S1017492639] The Henckel Genealogy, William Sumner Junkin, Minnie Wyatt Junkin, (Printed and bound 1964 by C.W. Hill Printing Co. Spokane Washington Published and Sponsored by Henckel Family Association; considered the "Bible" also known as the red book), Page 920 (Reliability: 3).
      6232 Ziba Hinkle born about 1780 Lancaster County, Pennsylvania; died April 2, 1870 in Dayton, Ohio; married (date, place, and name of wife not recorded). Five (5) children, Identified. Ziba Hinkle was a youth of twelve or thirteen years when his father was killed by the Indians at Covalt Station and was required to shift for himself, as did other older children. The youngest child was bound out to a neighbor, for the mother in order to survive, remarried and removed to Indiana where she reared another family. She returned only once to visit her children in Ohio.Ziba, of necessity, soon became a moan and joined with the other settlers in fighting the Indians. Many hardships were related to his grandsons, George W. and James Wesley Hinkle. Among these hardships related was in bedding down in the swamps of Northern Indian and Ohio by cutting a pile of brush on which he spread his blanket. Another was the difficulty of helping a wounded companion, who was shot in the ankle, to travel to keep him from falling into the hands of the Indians. Apparently this campaign against the Indians was about 1848 with headquarters at Fort Wayne, Indiana.Ziba Hinkle, a farmer, enlisted in the War of 1812-14 serving in the company of the 1st Regiment (Sutton's Ohio Militia of which his brother Asa was Captain.) He also saw service in an Indian war, being stationed at Fort Wayne, Indiana in 1848.Abigail (Hays) Cook made application for widow's pension June 21, 1880 based on the 1812-14 war service of Ziba Hinkle. In her petition she stated Jonathan Cook had deserted her; that she was living in Dayton, Ohio; that Ziba had enlisted April 15, 1814 in the 74th Maryland regiment; that he had received a land grant of 809 acres about 1852; that he died April 2, 1870. Witnesses, Caleb Parker and Joseph Seitz. Seitz, age 60 stated Ziba Hinkle had died in his home. No information of pension being granted. Place of service and other facts in error.