Friday, August 17, 2018

THE PLEASANTVILLE METHODIST CHURCH

PLEASANTVILLE METHODIST CHURCH
Sullivan County, Indiana

THE CHURCH HISTORY
The Methodist Church is located in Pleasantville, Sullivan County, Indiana. In the true sense of the word, it's a Country Church that has served the community since 1819.
Rev. John McCord organized the first Methodist Episcopal Church "Society" in Jefferson Township in 1819.  It is the oldest continuous Methodist Church organization in the state of Indiana. 
Pioneer preachers came to the early settlements with their Bible in one hand and their rifle in the other.
Jesse and Polly (Hinkle) Beck, the first settlers in Pleasantville, were among the first church members with John & Jenny Bedwell, Mr. & Mrs. James Reid, Mr. & Mrs. James Mayfield and Mr. & Mrs. Michael Fullem.  They met in homes until a log church was built in 1824, where the cemetery is located now. 
Rev. John Ritchey organized the first Sunday School in 1830;  Phillip Hinkle was the Superintendent. 
After the first church was abandoned, there was a wooden frame church erected but not entirely completed.  It stood about one quarter mile south of the present church.  This building was heated by a wood stove and lighted by candles.  After three years of worship in this church, Pleasant O'Haver offered to donate the ground for a church by the cemetery which had been established for some time, and where the church stood in 1866.
The trustees:  Eli Newkirk, James Reid, James Harvey, Jesse Beck and Pleasant O'Haver, decided to tear down the partly finished building and move it to the present location where it was re-erected and somewhat larger than the original one.  
Until 1869, it was known as Pleasant Grove Church.  
On January 5, 1958, the wooden church burned.  
It had been dedicated in 1894 with Rev. T.B. Couchman, pastor. 
November 1958, the new and present church shown below was consecrated. 


This new church is the fifth building and the third at the present site. 
-Historical information compiled and recorded by Myrtle Harbin Lind.

TIME LINE for the PLEASANTVILLE 
METHODIST CHURCH


1815 - Jesse (1786-1867) and Polly (1785-1844) Hinkle Beck moved to the Midwest Territory and were the first to settle where Pleasantville is now located.
1816 - John Henry Beck was born; the first white child born in the township.  Jesse Beck built the first log house in this township.
1816 - Dec. 11, 1816, Indiana became the 19th state of the union with the name meaning "land of the Indians". 
1819 - First church society organized in the township, the Methodist Episcopal by Rev. John McCord. 
1815 - 1820 - Many settlers started moving into the area from North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky and Virginia. 
1824 - The first church was built, of logs, where the cemetery now stands.  It was heated with a fireplace and lighted with an old-fashioned grease lamp. 
1829 - The local exhorter (a lay preacher) was Nathan Hinkle.
1830 - The first Sunday School was organized by Rev. John Ritchey with Philip Hinkle as the first S.S. Supt. First church trustees recorded were: Elias Newkirk, James Reid, James Harvey, Jesse Beck and Pleasant M. O'Haver.  The first school was in the log church building and the first teacher was Jesse Beck. 
1863 - A wooden frame church was begun 1/4 mile south, but was not completed. 
1865 - A public burying ground was given to the Pleasant Grove Methodist Church by Jacob W. and Mary Beck.  Trustees were:  W.P. O'Haver, Jackson Hinkle, Frances A. Harvey, Jacob W. Beck and J.L. Smith.
1866 - Pleasantville was laid out by W.P. O'Haver and named for his father, Pleasant O'Haver.  the church society was known as the Pleasant Grove Society. Pleasant O'Haver donated ground for a church where the present church now stands.  The church trustees were the same as above in 1865.
1874 - Pleasantville became the head of the circuit composed of:  Pleasantville, Sandborn and Gilmore (the school house), later called Dewey's Chapel, for the man who donated the ground. Elias Gaskins was the Pastor. 
1892 - Marco was added to the circuit with Rev. Charles W. Wood as the Pastor. 
1893 - Stafford was added to the circuit, with S.L. Welker as the Pastor. 
1893-94 - A fourth and larger church was begun and dedicated in 1894.  Rev. T.B. Couchman was Pastor.  Trustees were:  William Alexander Harbin, T.B. O'Haver and S. H. Miller. 
1900-01 - Widow Meg Baker donated ground for the present parsonage, estimated cost $1,000.  The first telephone was installed.
1900 - Pleasantville circuit now has 5 points:  Pleasantville, Marco, Sandborn, Dewey's Chapel and Stafford.  Rev. J.B. Johnson is the Pastor. 
1903 - Mt. Moriah was taken from the Dugger charge and added to Pleasantville. Dewey's Chapel and Sandborn were dropped. Rev. John H. Furry was Pastor. 
1922 - Marco was taken from Pleasantville charge and added to Sandborn charge. The Rev. George Peel was Pastor.
1923 - CENTENNIAL HELD! Rev. George Peel was Pastor.
1925 - The Parsonage was papered and new screens put in.  The church was reroofed and redecorated and a new furnace put in.  $800. Rev. R.W. Robling
was Pastor.
1956 - The basement was added with kitchen and class rooms. Rev. Raymond Shelton was the Pastor. 
January 5, 1958THE CHURCH BURNED
June 1958 - broke ground for a new church. 
November 1958 -  Rev. Raymond Shelton was the Pastor. 
1962 - Building indebtedness $1,175.
1963 - On Jan 6th - Paid in Full!
May 12, 1963 - The church was Dedicated at a total cost of $37,414.65. 

During the life of the Methodist Church, it has not been without a minister, but for a few weeks at a time.  During all these years the work and sacrifice has not been in vain.  Many have been led from darkness into light and have lived true to the faith going home to receive their reward. 

This information was compiled and recorded by, 
Myrtle Florence Harbin Lind (1902-1975).        
Myrtle Harbin Lind (1902-1975)
Names on the 1891-92 Pleasantville Friendship Quilt listed at the bottom of the post- 
THE PLEASANTVILLE METHODIST CHURCH QUILT - 3 of 3
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For more information - 
A History of Sullivan County Indiana, Thomas J. Wolfe Editor, Volume I, 1909,
Free EBOOK - though little info. is found about Pleasantville in this book.
CLICK HERE!!!  

A History of Greene and Sullivan Counties, State of Indiana, The Earliest time to the Present, Published 1884. 
Free EBOOK- 
CLICK HERE!!


Thursday, August 16, 2018

THE PLEASANTVILLE METHODIST CHURCH QUILT - 1 of 3

Post card of the Methodist Church - 1914
The Church has always served as a social gathering place as well as a place to worship, especially for country farming  communities.  19th and early 20th century women church groups were known to raise funds in order to help build a new church, to purchase pews, windows, repairs, or additions to their church.  They would charge church members a nickle, dime or quarter to include their names on a signature quilt.  
I don't know if that's the case here.
But in 1893 work began on the fourth and a larger wooden church, 
completed and then dedicated in 1894.  
The Pleasantville Methodist Church Signature/Friendship Quilt was made from 1891 to 1892.  


There were 320 church members stitched onto the quilt with 48 additional names added after 1960.
 Quilt panels posted here include the names of my family.  
L --> R
Mr. & Mrs. J. Timmerman,
Mr. & Mrs. S.M. Benard,
Jane Lind Garrett,
Elaine Lind Persons,
Mr. & Mrs. J.M. Wells,
Lou & Revn Milburn.


L-->R
Ray Timmerman, Dorthy Jackson Timmerman,
Maud Booker, Bessie Phillips,
Chris Booker, Walter Berry,
Ira Dunham, John Enock,
Claud Phillips, Marshal Lockhart,
center
Dr. & Mrs. J.L. Phillips,  
Mr. & Mrs. J.D. Lundy.

L-->R
Bruce Lind, Myrtle Harbin Lind,
Maud Howard, H.J. Stevens,
Fern Harbin, Don Harbin,
McKendree Wilson, Perry O. Wilson,
Minnie Harbin, Albert Harbin,
center
Mr. and Mrs. W.P Wilson,
Mr. and Mrs. E.D. (Emery Dudley) Harbin.
Left panel, L-->R
Mr. & Mrs. E. Sags,  
Mr & Mrs. S. Matthias,
 Mr. & Mrs. J. Timmerman,
Mr. & Mrs. S.M. Benard,
Mr. & Mrs. J. K. Clark,
Mr. & Mrs. G.W. Purcell,
center - Mr. & Mrs. N. Newkirk,
center - Mr. & Mrs. ?.
top left
Jane Lind Garrett,
Elaine Lind Persons. 
middle bar
Bruce Lind, Myrtle Harbin Lind,
Right Panel, L-->R
Maud Howard, H.J. Stevens,
Fern Harbin, Don Harbin,
McKendree Wilson, Perry O. Wilson,
Minnie Harbin, Albert Harbin,
center - Mr. and Mrs. W.P Wilson
center - Mr. and Mrs. E.D.(Emery Dudley) Harbin.
top right
Charlie Howard, John Baker,
Ticcie Levine?,
Delmar Jarral.
L-->R
Mary Harbin Bishop, Bill Bishop,
James Harbin, Fay Smith,
Eva Harbin,
Letta Daugherty, Fay Miller,
Eliza Beck, Rinda Beck, 
Florence (Celeste) Harbin,
Ray Harbin, 
center
W.C. (William Clifford) Harbin,
Lrea Harbin. 

far left
Rosie I. Holdson, M.G. Newkirk,
center bar
James R. Jackson, Margaret Held Jackson, 
A.C. Payne, O.B. Payne, 
top bar
James J. Jackson, Donna Bedwell Jackson, 
Cora Case, Lee Ladd,
Dircie Kixett(?), Lucy Puckett,
Lulu Biggs, Lewti Badders,
center
Mr. & Mrs. S. Goldal???  
Mr. & Mrs. Gouchman.
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Names on the old Pleasantville Friendship Quilt listed at the bottom of the post- 
THE PLEASANTVILLE METHODIST CHURCH QUILT - 3 of 3

THE PLEASANTVILLE METHODIST CHURCH QUILT - 2 of 3

post card of The Pleasantville Methodist Church, 1914 

L-->R
Evan Hinkle, Lawrence Ellis,
Grace Payne, (Rev.) Robb Zaring,
Dilla Willis, Ella Alsmen,
Nelli Corbin, Frankie A. Corbin,
center
Mr. & Mrs. J. Hinkle,
Mr. & Mrs. C. Bough.

left bar
George Shephard, Melvin Ellis,
L-->R
W.A. (William Addison) Jackson, 
E.M. Newkirk,
Elmer Jackson, Jones Wilson,
Rosa L. Holdson, M.E. Newkirk, 
 top middle bar
Jamie R. Jackson,
Margaret Held Jackson, 
W.T. Howard, Fay Howard, 
center
Mr. & Mrs. J.R. Corbin,
Mr. & Mrs. John Sisson, 
bottom bar
Stephen Wilson, Patty Jackson Wilson.
L-->R
Hannah Timmerman, Elizabeth Irwin,
Orvil Collins, Mary Brewer,
Mollie Hancock, S.J. Sentry,
right bar
George Shepherd, Melvin Ellis,
Teresa Bough, Teresa Timmerman,
center
Mr. & Mrs. Wildman, Mr. & Mrs. Collins.

left bar in pink
Delphin Bedwell, Lucille Buckles Bedwell, 
L-->R
H.W. Baldridge, Roscoe O'Haver,
Daisy O'Haver Harbin,
S.E.Mayfield, Wm R.(Richie) Hinkle,
center
Mr. T.B. O'Haver, Mrs. S.D. O'Haver.
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Names on the old Pleasantville Friendship Quilt listed at the bottom of the post- 
THE PLEASANTVILLE METHODIST CHURCH QUILT - 3 of 3

THE PLEASANTVILLE METHODIST CHURCH QUILT from 1861 + list of Names- 3 of 3

post card of the Pleasantville Methodist Church - 1914
left bar
Danny Benefiel, Carolyn Smith Benefiel,
Elmer Edwards, Effie Reen,
C. M. Brooks, H.J. Edwards,
A. A. Beaver, Samuel Neal,
K. L. Hill, Lexie O'Haver,
center
Mr. & Mrs. R.S. O'Haver, 
Mr. & Mrs. Isaac Fry.
 left bar
Oka Stafford, Effie Goodman Crawford,
Catherine Barns, Sallie Pickle,
W.P. Hale, Sallie Edwards,
top bar
Philip Benefiel, Margaret Benefiel,
Cora Neal, J. East,
Jennie Arthur, Lora Russel,
center
Mr. & Mrs. D.S. Hunter,
Mr. & Mrs. J.H. Rooksberry.

left bar
Philip Benefiel Jr., Margaret Benefiel,
D. W. Purcell, W.S. Bennett,
Earl A. Enochs, George T. Enochs,
Stella Beck, Wilber Beck,
right bar
Mr. & Mrs. C.J. O'Haver,
Martha E. Bedwell, Lizzie Pool,
center
Mr. & Mrs. T.J. Enocks, 
Mr. & Mrs. G. Story.

 left bar
Mr. & Mrs. C.J. O'Haver,
W. Talkmier, Wm Smith,
H. F. Albert, Anna Humerick,
top bar
Lizzie Headley, Ema Wildman,
Tillie Albert, A.M. Berry,
right bar
P.C. O'Haver,
Henry Lowe, Ambrose Arthur,
center
C.M. Coffin & Wife,
M.F. Neal & Wife,

 bottom bar
Shephard & Shephard.
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Names on
THE PLEASANTVILLE METHODIST CHURCH QUILT 
(Names are being added a few at a time.  There were 320 names stitched between 1891-92.  48 more names were added to the quilt after 1960.
Names stitched onto the quilt between 1891-92-
* Pastor

Algier, Mabel
Albert, Tillie
Albert, H.F.
Alsman, Ella
Anderson, Mr. & Mrs. J.
Anderson, Mr. & Mrs. J.S.
Arthur, Ambrose
Arthur, Fletcher
Arthur, B.T.
Arthur, Jennie
Anen(?), Bertie

Bailey, Mr. & Mrs. A.
Bairnes, Catherine
Bedders, Lewti
Baker, Mrs. Margaret
Baker, John
Baldridge, H.W.
Barcus, Nellie
Beam, Mr. & Mrs. W.S.
Beaver, A.A.
Bedwell, Mr. & Mrs. S.J. 
Bedwell, Mr. & Mrs. J.M.
Bedwell, Dode H.
Bedwell, Mr. & Mrs. Johnny
Bedwell, Martha E.
Beck, Rinda
Beck, Eliza
Beck, Emily and Kay
Beck, Wilber
Beck, Stella
Beck, Charley
Begeman, Karl
Begeman, Nancy
Bell, Bill
Benard, Mr. & Mrs. S.M.
Bennett, W.S.
Berry, Walter
Berry, Mr. & Mrs. W.L.
Berry, Mary
Berry, Louis
Berry, L.H.
Biggs, Lulu
Blevins, Tillie
Booker, Mr. & Mrs. J.A.
Booker, Maud
Becker, Caroline
Booker, Chris
Bough, Mr. & Mrs. C.
Bough, Teresa
Bough, Clara
Brewer, Mr. & Mrs. J.W.
Brewer, Mattie
Brower, Mary
Brooke, C.M.
Buck, Othie C.
Burress, Mr. & Mrs.

Cade, Mr. & Mrs. Lyman
Clause, Emma
Coats, Elizabeth
Coffman, Mr. & Mrs. C.M.
Collier, Sherman
Collins, Pearl
Collins, Mr. & Mrs.
Collins, Orvil
Cooksey, John
Corbin, Mrs. W.
Corbin, Nellie
Corbin, Mr. & Mrs. J.R. 
Corbin, I.V.
Cross, Nancy
Culbertson, Ella
Culbertson, Persy
Cullisson, A.
Case, Cora

Daugherty, Letta
Daugherty, Clyde
Dixon, Cora L.
Dixon, John A.
Dixon, Mr. & Mrs. J.A.
Dauthitt, Jim
Douthitt, Frannie
Douthitt, Mr. & Mrs.
Drieman, Ed
Dunham, Ira

East, J.
Edmonds, Mr. & Mrs. E.
Edmonds, Carrie
Edwards, H.J.
Edwards, Sallie
Edwards, Elmer
Edwards, Dora
Ellis, Mr. & Mrs. (Bob)
Ellis, Lawrence
Ellis, Melvin
Ellis, Pearl
Ellis, Patience
*Elrod, Rev. A.W.
Enochs, Mr. & Mrs. T.J.
Enochs, John
Enochs, J.D.
Enochs, Earl A.
Enochs, George T.

Fleming, Salene
Fry, Mr. & Mrs. Isaac

Gentry, S.J.
Gilmore, Miss Beryl
Goldman, Dicey
Goldman, F.M.
Goldman, Mr. & Mrs. W.Goodman, D.A.
Goodman, N.N.
G(C)ouchman, Mr. & Mrs. A.
Griffith, V.N.

Hale, Mark
Hale, W.P.
Hancock, Mollie
Harbin, Mr. & Mrs. W.A. (William Alexander, 1831-1901)
Harbin, W.C. (William Clifford, 1869-1922)
Harbin, Iva
Harbin, James Clemen (1872-1943)
Harbin, Kenty (John Kenton, 1864-1907)
Harbin, Ray Hinkle
Harbin, Florence Celeste (1857-1894)
Harbin, Mr. & Mrs. E.D. (Emery Dudley, 1859-1932)
Harbin, Minnie Belle (1882-1968)
harbin, Albert Ernest (1884-1974)
Harbin, Fern Leota (1887-1963)
Harbin, Don Roy (1891-1977)
Harris, W.C.
Harvey Mr. & Mrs. L.A.
Harvey N.H.
Headley, Ed
Headley, Lizzie
Headley, S.A.
Herndon, Howard
Hill, K.L.
Hinkle, Jacob Wilton (1822-1909)
Hinkle, Wm. R. (William Ritchie, 1834-1900)
Hinkle, Mr. & Mrs. J. (John Wesley, 1836-1922)
Hinkle, Sadie
Hinkle, Eva
Houldson, J.W.
Houldson, Rosie I.
Houldson, Bertha
houldson, Emma
Holdson, Elva
Holdson, Sallie E. 
Howard, Daisy C.
Howard, F.G.
Howard, Maude
Howard, Charlie
Howard, E.C.
Howard, Lizzie
Howard, Fay
Howard, W.T.
Howard, Belle
Howard, Carl
Howard, Ethel
Humerick, Anna
Hungate, Flora
Hunter, Mrs. L.
Hunter, Mr. & Mrs. D.S.

Irwin, Elizabeth

Jarral, Delmar


48 Names added after 1960-
Mary Harbin Bishop,
Bill Bishop,
Georgia Buck Andis,
Willard Andis,
Ray Timmerman,
Dorthy Jackson Timmerman,
Lorene Goodman Benefiel,
Philip Benefiel,
Philip Benefiel, Jr.
Margaret Benefiel,
Danny Benefiel,
Carolyn Smith Benefiel,
Effie Goodman Crawford,
Orian Jackson,
Verna Brewer Jackson,
James J. Jackson,
Donna Bedwell Jackson,
Jamie Jackson,
Lisa Jackson,
Stephen Wilson,
Patty Jackson Wilson,
Douglas Wilson,
Arthur Hale,
Glotein Bedwell Hale,
Charles Bruce Lind,
Myrtle Harbin Lind,
Margaret Jane Lind Garrett,
Lois Elaine Lind Persons,
Leo Bishop,
Betty Lester Bishop,
Carol Bishop,
Martha Bishop,
Rita Bishop,
Ronda Bishop,
Paul Bishop,
Ted Ray,
Linda Bishop Ray,
Eva Harbin,
Arla Lester,
Doris Swaby Lester,
Bobbie Lester,
Gene Lester,
Willis Buckles,
Maud Berry Buckles,
Delphin Bedwell,
Lucille Buckles Bedwell,

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

HENCKEL, HENKEL, HINKLE PATRIOTS IN THE DAR

This is a list of Hinkles (Henckel - Henkel - Hinkle) who are documented with service or noted further info. needed by the DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution).(Checked the DAR web site for corrections/updates on Oct. 21, 2017).
FYI-Spelling of Surnames
The DAR established a system of assigning a standard surname to variant spellings of similar surnames. This was based in part on the Library of Congress’ classification system. That the DAR uses one particular spelling variant over another is in no way an indication that DAR considers that spelling to be the “correct” spelling of the surname. The Ancestor Database was created to assist staff with the verification of membership applications and supplementals and this is its primary purpose. Using this spelling system helps to ensure that patriots are not established under more than one spelling. It is only under extremely rare circumstances that we will consider making any changes to an ancestor’s surname spelling.copied from - http://services.dar.org/members/dar_research/search/?tab_id=0
 If any of these Patriots are directly related to you as a Grandparent (can not be an aunt or uncle) and you are interested in joining the DAR, go to -->  http://www.dar.org/national-society/genealogy for more information OR contact a local chapter in your state which can be found here -->  http://www.dar.org/national-society/become-member/chapter-locations


Hinkle, Abraham - #A055259
Notice: 

Problems have been discovered with at least one previously verified paper - see ancestor’s full record
This code indicates that there is a problem with the lineage on at least one previously verified application or supplemental, but that there are other papers on this ancestor that are ok.  Those that are incorrect will be flagged with "EL" near the national number in the ancestor's full record.  Also, the comment section on the ancestor's full record will usually provide a brief explanation.  Please note that the error(s) may have been found anywhere in the lineage and not just with the ancestor's child or child's spouse.  Please review the comments carefully. 
Ancestor Comments:1) FAMPCL - MAIDEN NAME OF PATRIOT'S WIFE IS NOT PROVEN AT THIS TIME.
2) SEE DATACF. 10/2013
Service: VIRGINIA
Rank: PATRIOTIC SERVICE
Birth:  3-20-1749    MILFORD TWP BUCKS CO PENNSYLVANIA
Death: 9-3-1815     FRANKLIN PENDLETON CO VIRGINIA
Service Source: ABERCROMBIE & SLATTEN, VA REV PUB CLAIMS, VOL 3, P 829
Service Description: 1) FURNISHED SUPPLIES FOR MILITIA USE

HINKLE, ANTHONY - #A055263
PENNSYLVANIA - NORTH CAROLINA    Rank(s): PATRIOTIC SERVICE, PRIVATE
Birth: 1737    GERMANTOWN PHILADELPHIA CO PENNSYLVANIA
Death: CIRCA 1811     ROWAN CO NORTH CAROLINA
Service Source: PA ARCH, 5TH SER, VOL 2, P 676; VOL 7, PP 975, 980, 982; SAUNDERS, COL RECS OF NC, VOL 10, PP 851, 853, 854, 856
Service Description:
1) CAPT GEORGE REES, COL DAVID JENKINS, 10TH BATT, LANCASTER CO MILITIA;
2) CAPT WILLIAM WILSON, 1ST REGT CL; WAGONER FOR NC COUNCIL OF SAFETY

HINKLE, ANTHONY - #A055267 
PENNSYLVANIA    Rank: ENSIGN
Birth: 11-30-1754    GERMANTOWN PHILADELPHIA CO PENNSYLVANIA Death: 2-18-1838     HANOVER YORK CO PENNSYLVANIA
Service Source: PA ARCH, 6TH SER, VOL 2, PP 563, 564, 687, 688
Service Description: 1) 3RD CO, 7TH BATT,YORK CO MILITIA, CAPT CONRAD SHORETS, LCOL ADAM WINTERODE

HINKLE, BALTIS - #A055270
Service: MARYLAND    Rank: PATRIOTIC SERVICE
Birth: 12-25-1737    MONOCACY SETTLEMENT MARYLAND
Death: 2-4-1804     FREDERICK CO MARYLAND
Service Description: 1) REDERICK CO,SIGNED ASSOCIATION TEST

HINKLE, CASPER - #A055275 
Service: NORTH CAROLINA    Rank: PRIVATE
Birth: 1762    PHILADELPHIA  CO PENNSYLVANIA
Death: CIRCA 1839     PERRY CO MISSOURI
Pension Number: *S16875
Service Source: *S16875
Service Description: 1) EXPRESS RIDER & GUIDE, CAPT JOHN SAPP, COL CLEAVLAND

HINKLE, CHARLES - #A055276 
Service: NORTH CAROLINA    Rank(s): CIVIL SERVICE, CAPTAIN
Birth: CIRCA 1741    GERMANTOWN PENNSYLVANIA
Death: ANTE 11-5-1783     ROWAN CO NORTH CAROLINA
Service Source: PENSION OF CASPER HINKLE, *S16875; FRIES, RECS OF MORAVIANS IN NC, VOL 4, P 1910; LINN, ABSTRACTS OF MINS OF COURT OF PLEAS & QUARTER SESSIONS ROWAN COUNTY, VOL 3, P 84
Service Description: 1) ALSO QUARTERMASTER; JUROR

HINKLE, GEORGE - A055278 
Service: PENNSYLVANIA    Rank: PRIVATE
Birth: 1727    COLEBROOKDALE PHILADELPHIA CO PENNSYLVANIA
Death: 3-13-1778     HINKLETOWN, EARL TWP LANCASTER CO PENNSYLVANIA
Service Source: PA ARCH, 5TH SER, VOL 7, P 799
Service Description: 1) CAPT DAVID MORGAN, COL PETER GRUBB
2) 8TH BATT, LANCASTER COUNTY MILITIA

HINKLE, HANS LEONARD - A055280 
Service: PENNSYLVANIA    Rank(s): PRIVATE, PATRIOTIC SERVICE
Birth: CIRCA 1730    ROTTERDAM HOLLAND
Death: 1810     BUCKS CO PENNSYLVANIA
Service Description: 1) CAPT LEWIS FARMER,COL SAMUEL MILES
2) TOOK OATH OF ALLEGIANCE

HINKLE, HENRY - #A055283 
Notice: 

Future Applicants Must Prove Correct Lineage
The proof of lineage used to establish this person as a patriot is no longer valid.  No previously verified paper on this patriot may be used to document lineage.  Future applicants must provide conclusive documentation demonstrating lineal descent from this ancestor. Documentation must meet current standards.
 Ancestor Comments:1) ERROR PARENTS - JACOB D.C. B.1803 WASH.CO MD,NOT SON OF THIS HENRY
2) PROB GRANDSON OF HENRY,DONEGAL TWP,LANCASTER CO PA. DATACF. DH 9-26-90
Service: VIRGINIA    Rank: SOLDIER
Birth: CIRCA 1753    PENNSYLVANIA
Death: 9-4-1836     ROCKBRIDGE CO VIRGINIA
Pension Number: *S
Service Description: 1) CAPT GEORGE BALL

HINKLE, ISAAC - #A055284 
Service: VIRGINIA    Rank(s): CIVIL SERVICE, CAPTAIN
Birth: 12-5-1754    VIRGINIA
Death: 1824     PENDLETON CO VIRGINIA
Service Source: WAYLAND, A HIST OF ROCKINGHAM CO, P 86; WILSON, GREAT VALLEY PATRIOTS: WESTERN VA IN THE STRUGGLE FOR LIBERTY, P 215
Service Description: 1) ROCKINGHAM CO MILITIA
2) COUNTY JUSTICE, 1778-1781

HINKLE, JOHN - #A055285 
Service: PENNSYLVANIA    Rank(s): CIVIL SERVICE, PATRIOTIC SERVICE
Birth: 4-30-1733    PHILADELPHIA CO PENNSYLVANIA
Death: 10-8-1816     MANCHESTER YORK CO PENNSYLVANIA
Service Source: GIBSON, HIST OF YORK CO PA, PP 127, 432
Service Description: 1) MEMBER OF COMMITTEE OF SAFETY
2) JUSTICE OF THE PEACE,YORK CO

HINKLE, JOHN - #A055286 
Service: PENNSYLVANIA    Rank: PRIVATE
Birth: 9-30-1755    LANCASTER CO PENNSYLVANIA
Death: 7-15-1828     WEST HEMPFIELD TWP LANCASTER CO PENNSYLVANIA
Service Source: PA ARCH, 5TH SER, VOL 7, P 315
Service Description: 1) CAPT REAM, COL GEORGE FETHER, 3RD BATT
2) LANCASTER CO MILITIA

HINKLE, JOHN - #A202066
Service: PENNSYLVANIA    Rank: PRIVATE
Birth: CIRCA 1760    EARL TWP LANCASTER CO PENNSYLVANIA
Death: 4-12-1828     LOUISVILLE JEFFERSON CO KENTUCKY
Service Source: PA ARC, 5TH SER VOL VII P 514
Service Description: 1) CAPT MARTIN BOWMAN'S CO, 5TH BATTALION

HINKLE, JOHN JUSTUS JR - #A055294
Service: VIRGINIA    Rank: ENSIGN
Birth: 1-14-1752    ROWAN CO NORTH CAROLINA
Death: 4- -1794     PENDLETON CO VIRGINIA
Service Source: CHALKLEY, CHRONICLES OF SCOTCH-IRSH SETTLEMENT IN VA, VOL 2,P 368
Service Description: 1) CAPT ISAAC HINKLE,MILITIA 



HINKLE, JOHN JUSTUS SR - #A055297
Notice:
Future Applicants Must Prove Correct Service
The proof of service used to establish this person as a patriot is no longer valid. Subsequent evaluation of the proof of service may have determined that the proof is not acceptable under today’s standards (examples: tombstone, obituary, undocumented genealogy or county history, family tradition); the service belongs to another person of the same name; the residence of this person during the Revolution is inconsistent with the service, or multiple people have claimed the same service. Future applicants must provide proof of service (and possibly residence) that meets current standards.

  Ancestor Comments:
1) FAMPCS - SERVICE BASED SOLELY ON THE CHEUVRONT BIBLE.
2) EL - DAU MAGDALENA & JOHN SKIDMORE MARR IN 1762; LIKELY NOT THE
3) PARENTS OF JAMES BORN 1760.
4) FAMPCL - DANIEL QUESTIONED AS A CHILD OF THE PATRIOT'S SON ABRAHAM. 05/1945
5) ALSO, MAIDEN NAME OF SON ABRAHAM'S WIFE IS NOT PROVEN AT THIS TIME. 10/2013
6) SEE DATA CORRECTION FILE FOR BOTH SERVICE AND LINEAGE ISSUES.
Birth: 2-10-1706    GERMANY
Death: ANTE 8-24-1778     GERMANY VALLEY ROCKINGHAM CO VIRGINIA

HINKLE, JOSEPH - #A055290 
Service: PENNSYLVANIA    Rank: CORPORAL
Birth: 10-29-1758    MANOR TWP LANCASTER CO PENNSYLVANIA
Death: ANTE 2-20-1828     WRIGHTSVILLE YORK CO PENNSYLVANIA
Service Description: 1) ALSO PVT,CAPT CONRAD KARRER,LT ADAM -
2) FISHER,COL GEIGLER,LANCASTER CO,MILITIA

HINKLE, JOSEPH - #A055291 
Notice:
Future Applicants Must Prove Correct Service
The proof of service used to establish this person as a patriot is no longer valid. Subsequent evaluation of the proof of service may have determined that the proof is not acceptable under today’s standards (examples: tombstone, obituary, undocumented genealogy or county history, family tradition); the service belongs to another person of the same name; the residence of this person during the Revolution is inconsistent with the service, or multiple people have claimed the same service. Future applicants must provide proof of service (and possibly residence) that meets current standards.

  Ancestor Comments:
1) SERVICE BELONGS TO JOSEPH HINKLE #A055290. PROOF OF SERVICE REQUIRED FOR
2) THIS ANCESTOR CONSISTENT WITH HIS RESIDENCE DURING THE WAR. DATACF 2/2017
Service: PENNSYLVANIA    Rank: PRIVATE
Birth: CIRCA 1761    MANOR TWP LANCASTER CO PENNSYLVANIA
Death: 3-17-1793     COVALT STATION HAMILTON CO NORTHWEST TERRITORY Service Source: PA ARCH, 5TH SER, VOL 7, P1134
Service Description: 1) MILITIAMAN,CAPT CONRAD KARRER

HINKLE, MARIA MAGDALENA ESCHMANN - #A204769
Notice:
Future Applicants Must Prove Correct Service
The proof of service used to establish this person as a patriot is no longer valid. Subsequent evaluation of the proof of service may have determined that the proof is not acceptable under today’s standards (examples: tombstone, obituary, undocumented genealogy or county history, family tradition); the service belongs to another person of the same name; the residence of this person during the Revolution is inconsistent with the service, or multiple people have claimed the same service. Future applicants must provide proof of service (and possibly residence) that meets current standards.

  Ancestor Comments:
1) SOURCE FOR SERVICE BASED SOLELY ON JOSEPH LOUIS CHEUVRONT BIBLE
2) SEE DATACF 13 AUG 2009
Birth: 8-29-1712    PHILADELPHIA CO PENNSYLVANIA
Death: 1798     AUGUSTA CO VIRGINIA

HINKLE, MARY BARBARA TETER - #A132743
Service: VIRGINIA    Rank: PATRIOTIC SERVICE
Birth: 5- -1734    PENNSYLVANIA
Death: 2-7-1814     HARDY CO VIRGINIA
Service Source: ABERCROMBIE & SLATTEN, VA REV PUB CLAIMS, VOL 2, P 459
Service Description: 1) FURNISHED SUPPLIES

HINKLE, MICHEL - #A055311 
Service: PENNSYLVANIA    Rank: SOLDIER
Birth: 1750    BUCKS CO PENNSYLVANIA
Death: 1810     NORTHAMPTON CO PENNSYLVANIA
Service Description: 1) CAPT WAGNER,COL BOEHM,4TH BATT,
2) ASSOCIATORS & MILITIA,NORTHAMPTON CO

HINKLE, NATHAN - #A055312 
Service: PENNSYLVANIA    Rank: PRIVATE
Birth: 3-31-1759    GERMANTOWN PHILADELPHIA CO PENNSYLVANIA
Death: 12-25-1848     SULLIVAN CO INDIANA
Pension Number: *S32319
Service Source: *S32319
Service Description: 1) CAPTS CHRIST & HART,COL MILES,
2) LANCASTER CO

HINKLE, PAUL - A055316 
Notice: 

Data in the pending corrections
This indicates that pending corrections request is on file but has not been reviewed by a corrections genealogist.  Requests range in complexity from simply adding additional information to an older record to possibly re-examining the validity of a patriot's service or of an accepted lineage from the ancestor.  Due to time constraints staff are not always able to review these requests as they come in, so the ancestor's record is flagged.  The next time an application or supplemental application is received, the matter will be reviewed.  The comment section may include additional information on the nature of the request. 
Ancestor Comments:
1) SERVICE AND LINEAGE BASED ON CHEUVRONT BIBLE. SEE DATAPC. T 8/13/09
Service: VIRGINIA    Rank: SOLDIER
Birth: 12-15-1754    ROWAN CO NORTH CAROLINA
Death: 11-27-1825     NEW MARKET VIRGINIA
Service Description: 1) CAPT JOHN SKIDMORE, FORT HINKLE

HINKLE, PETER - #A055319 
Service: PENNSYLVANIA    Rank: SOLDIER
Birth: 1734    GERMANTOWN PENNSYLVANIA
Death: 4-28-1801     GERMANTOWN -VUR PENNSYLVANIA
Service Description: 1) CAPT JAMES IRVINE,COL HOLGATE-MILITIA

HINKLE, PHILIP - #A055321 Service: PENNSYLVANIA    Rank: PRIVATE
Birth: 1739    GERMANTOWN PHILADELPHIA CO PENNSYLVANIA
Death: 5-15-1814     PLUMSTEAD TWP BUCKS CO PENNSYLVANIA
Service Description: 1) CAPT WILLIAM MC CALLA, BUCKS CO PA MIL.

HINKLE, PHILIP - #A205531
Service: PENNSYLVANIA    Rank: PATRIOTIC SERVICE
Birth: CIRCA 1724
Death: 10-22-1793     WINDSOR TWP BERKS CO PENNSYLVANIA
Service Source: OWEN, PERSONS WHO TOOK THE OATH OF ALLEGIANCE IN BERKS CO PA, COLLS OF GEN SOC OF PA, VOL 268, P 48, FHL ROLL #20824
Service Description: 1) TOOK OATH OF ALLEGIANCE

 
HINKLE, WENDEL - #A055322
Service: PENNSYLVANIA    Rank: PRIVATE
Birth: 3-17-1757    LANCASTER CO PENNSYLVANIA
Death: 7-11-1838     SULLIVAN CO INDIANA
Service Source: PA ARCH, 5TH SER, VOL 7, PP 506,507,518,519
Service Description1) CAPT JAMES MCCONNALL, 8TH CO, 5TH BATT 


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