looking for info. William Henery Hinkle died , March 26, 1930 @ Carbon County Home ,Loretown,Pa

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Going to need a wee bit more information to identify this one.  I have a large group of Hinkle's in my family going back to pre revolution and traced to Europe.  They originally settled in Pennyslvania but moved to the Carolina's and then ended up in Virginia in the 1700s and then spread from there.  There are multiple Hinkles in Carbon County to this day as well. (Or is this Cambria County).  If you have any additional info, please add it (such as age at death, spouse, children's names...anything to narrow it down).  I have found multiple William Henry's no Henery's though, so the correct spelling will also help, although names were recorded in multiple ways.  Also, the last name has various spellings that have been standardized in more modern times.  See: http://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Henckel-1 for a list of those names.  Let me know if you have any more information.  Thanks.  :)

he was born in 1871 and died the date you gave me. he was buried on march 28th 1930 he died of pertinitis due to a perferated bowel ulcer. and august hinkle was the undertaker ( possible relative) it says he was a widower and the informant was j. i scanlon. there is no father and no mother listed.

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There is a tree on Ancestry.com named hinkle Feist, owned by user name janisfinklefeist, that lists parents as: George John Finkle(1840-)  & Elizabeth unknown (1860-1901). No children or siblings listed.
answered by Doug Lockwood G2G Astronaut (2.4m points)

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