Philip Hinkle

Philip Hinkle (1739 - 1814)

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Philip Hinkle aka Henkel
Born in Germantown, Philadelphia County, Province of Pennsylvaniamap
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Husband of — married 1759 in Germantown, Philadelphia Co, Pennsylvaniamap
Descendants descendants
Died in Plumsteadville, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, USAmap
Profile last modified 4 Jun 2019 | Created 6 Mar 2017
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Biography

Philip was born in 1739, the son of Antony Jacob Hinkle and Anna Margaret Geiger. He married Mary Johnson in 1759. Philip passed away in 1814 and was buried at Deep Run Mennonite Church East Cemetery, Bucks Co, Pennsylvania.[1]


Philip Hinkle was a soldier in the Revolutionary War, a member of the Associated Company of Plumstead Township, 21 August 1775, later serving in the regular line under Col. Dr. John Beatty, Col. Arthur Erwin and Lieutenant Colonel Robert Robinson. The NSDAR Patriot Index states, "Philip Hinkle was born 1739; died 1814." Philip was a vendue cryer and blacksmith in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. He owned a farm on Durham Road and in 1794 established a tavern on the same road. The village was known as Hinkletown.[2]

  • Ref: FSFTID KN76-XZ5.

Sources

  1. Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 04 June 2019), memorial page for Phillip Hinkle (3 Mar 1739–15 May 1814), Find A Grave Memorial no. 34516949, citing Deep Run Mennonite Church East Cemetery, Bedminster, Bucks County, Pennsylvania, USA ; Maintained by Danielle Adams (contributor 46990238).
  2. Place Names of Bucks County, published by the Bucks County Historical Society, Doylestown, PA, 1955; Doan Brothers, page 330; and Early Friends Families of Upper Bucks, by Clarence V. Roberts.


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On 4 Jun 2019 at 21:50 GMT Skip Magyar wrote:

This profile needs merged into Hinkle-755

On 20 May 2019 at 07:17 GMT Dave Rutherford wrote:

Hinkle-839 and Hinkle-755 appear to represent the same person because: These are the same man. Mother's maiden name needs sorting, but otherwise these are identical.

On 18 May 2019 at 04:09 GMT Bruce Porter wrote:

Hinkle-839 and Hinkle-755 do not represent the same person because: I believe these are different people; more info to resolve diffs needed before merge. Thanks--

On 18 May 2019 at 00:53 GMT Skip Magyar wrote:

Hinkle-839 and Hinkle-755 appear to represent the same person because: Clear duplicates




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