George was born in 1701.
23 Oct 1701.
Daudenzell, , Baden-Württemberg, Germany.
George Henry Henckel (1734-1803)
John Balthasar Henckel (1737-1804)
Philip Christopher Henckel (1740-1810)
John Henry Henckel (1741
Jacob Henckel (1744-
Henry Henkle (Hinkle) (1748 -
John Justus Henckel (1750-
Maria Margaret Henkel (1758-1803)
Will of George Hinkle filed at Winchester, Fred. Co., Virginia.
This I do certify and give from under my hand as my last will and testament and my dying words. I leave to my wife, Mary, my bed and bed clothes, cows, sheep, hogs, and household goods and the half lot that I live on to my wife, Mary, as long as she lives and the stuff that is in the house to my wife, Mary, a horse and a mare, and I leave to my wife, Mary, a third part of the land that is in Maryland that my son Jacob has in hands; and further after my wife Mary's death the half lot comes to my son Henry and he is to pay as much to his brothers and sisters as I paid for the half lot and is to be equally divided among his brothers and sisters, and further I leave my wife, Mary, for exec.
As witness my hand and seal this 1st day of Feb. Anno Domina, one thousand seven hundred and eighty-six. (1786)
THE HENKEL MEMORIAL B9 A33 PT. 2-1 PG. 27 "FAMILY EXALTATION" BY BENNETT PG. 144
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, "Pedigree Resource File," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/2:2:9WRC-MT2 : accessed 2017-01-04), entry for George Rudolphus Henckel or Henkel or Hinkel or Hinkle, submitted by ahclark2746503.
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