He is buried in the Champlin Cemetery, Champlin, Minnesota.
From his obituary in the Anoka Herald:
Charles N. Hinkley, a resident of Hennepin Count all his life, died on Thursday evening at his home below Champlin from a heart attack. Mr. Hinkley has be failing for the past year, but death came suddenly while he was at his evening chores.
Mr. Hinkley was born on October 6, 1855 in Dayton township, the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hinkley, who had moved there a year previously. In 1873 he moved to his present home with his parents and had spent the remainder of his life farming there. He was married on December 25, 1893, to Ruth Adcock in Champlin.
Mr. Hinkley always took an active part in the affairs of the town of Champlin, serving in various offices and on the town board for many years. He was also a member of the school board for a number of years. The had the record of being a justice of the peace for the longest time of anyone in Hennepin County. He was a member of the Modern Workman.
Surviving are his widow; four children, Charley of Dupree, S. D., Marion L. of Washington, D. C., Kenneth J. of New York City, and Mrs. L. A. Coller (Louise) of Fort Thomas, S. D.; and four grandchildren....
↑ Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 08 December 2018), memorial page for Charles Nathan Hinkley (1855–1936), Find A Grave: Memorial #91306190, citing Champlin Cemetery, Champlin, Hennepin County, Minnesota, USA ; Maintained by RobMinteer57 (contributor 47389024) .
The Anoka Herald Publishing Co., Anoka, Minnesota.
"Minnesota State Census, 1875," database with images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:MKNF-Y57 : 30 July 2017), C N Hinkley in household of J B Hinkley, Champlin, Hennepin, Minnesota; citing p. 38, line 32, volume Hennepin County, State Library and Records Service, St.Paul; FHL microfilm 0565721.
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