Myles Hinkle

Milus Archelasis Hinkle (1859 - 1936)

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Milus Archelasis (Myles) "Keel" Hinkle
Born in Pickens, Pickens Co, South Carolinamap
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married 5 Sep 1882 in Chautauqua Co, Kansasmap
Husband of — married 1899 in Cherokee Nation, Indian Territory, Oklahomamap
Died in Alamogordo, Otero Co, New Mexicomap
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Biography

Myles was born in 1859, the son of Elijah Hinkle and Mary Ann Stewart. He married first to Emma Jane Curtis[1] in 1882 and second to Lillie Catherine Turner in 1899. Myles passed away in 1936.[2]

Milus Archelasis is the given name found for Elijah's first born son in early Pickens County records. The assumption is that he was given this name at birth and later adopted Myles as his first name. "Keel" is a nickname taken from the family's attempt at the Latin pronunciation of Archelasis which itself was most likely meant to be Archelaus, ahr-kee-LAY-uhs, a biblical name appearing in Matthew. Myles other brothers were Elijah, Abraham, Jacob and Isaac.

Sources

  1. Kansas County Marriages
  2. Find A Grave: Memorial # 63872895


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