Louisa Hinkle

Louisa Harriette Hinkle (1831 - 1921)

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Louisa Harriette Hinkle
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Biography

Louisa was born in 1831. She married William Harbin in 1855. Louisa passed away in 1921.[1]


On February 18, 1855, Miss Louisa Hinkle became the wife of William Alexander Harbin (1831-1901), and from their union seven children were born, of whom Florence C., Emery D., John K., William C. and James C. are yet living (1884). Mr. Harbin has been a farmer through life, and as such has been a success, now owning 330 acres of land, 270 of which are cleared and highly cultivated, making one of the finest farms in Stafford Township. He is a member of both the Subordinate Lodge and Encampment of I.O.O.F. at Pleasantville, and has been both Noble Grand and Chief Patriarch in the order. In 1879, in answer to petition, the Grand Encampment of the State issued a charter and Pleasantville Encampment, No. 148 was organized. W.A. Harbin was the Treasurer and the membership is twenty."

Sources

  1. The History of Greene and Sullivan counties, State of Indiana, from the Earliest Time to the Present, 1884. pg. 414.


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