." Paul Henkel, born Dec. 15, 1754, on Dutchman's Creek, 16 miles from Salisbury, in Rowan Co. (Now a part of Davie Co.), was the first Lutheran pastor born in N. C. Parents: Jacob and Mary Barbara (Teeter) Henkel. Married Elizabeth Negley (d/o Balthaser and Christina (nee Raisch) Negley) Both are buried in Emmanuel Lutheran Church Cemetery near New Market, Va. They had six sons and three daughters--Solomon (a physician), and five minister sons, Philip, Ambrose, Andrew, David and Charles; daughters were Hannah (married the Rev. John N. Stirewalt), Naomi, and Sabina. 
↑ Henkel kept a diary which is referred to in THE HENCKEL GENEALOGY and other sources available to capture his life story. He assisted Rev. Johann Gottfried Arends (Arndt), assisted in organizing the NC and Tenn. Synods, author and publisher and one of the founders of The Henkel Press. "
26 Jan 1799
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Virginia, Marriages, 1785-1940. Salt Lake City, Utah: FamilySearch, 2013.
Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 17 July 2019), memorial page for Naomey “Naomi” Henkel Rupert (5 Jan 1782–3 Dec 1848), Find A Grave: Memorial #68958037, citing Lakeview Cemetery, Pekin, Tazewell County, Illinois, USA ; Maintained by Linda T (contributor 46802385) .
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