About Col. Jesse HinkleFrom: "The Henckel Genealogy 1668-1728" "Jesse Hinkle, served as Captain of a Militia Company in the 46th Virginia Regiment in the war of 1812-1814. He was mustered out Mar 5, 1815. Dr Edmund Isaac Hinkle, a descendant, writes, the rank of Colonel was accorded Jesse Hinkle for service in the war with Mexico in 1847-48. Colonel Hinkle was prominently identified with the history of Pendleton County. He was a member of the Virg. Assembly 1816 to 1818 inclusive. Sheriff of the County 1822 to 1824 inclusive; and served as Justice of the Peace for several years. "He was associated in operation of the plantation of Catherine Harper who was apparently a widow with a large family said to number about eleven children. These children were known as Harpers and applied for marriage bonds under that name."
Jesse was born in 1782. Jesse Hinkle ... He passed away in 1869.
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