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Joseph Hinkle

Joseph Hinkle, ninety-four years old April 13, 1881, at present living with his son, Benjamin Hinkle, near Middletown, Ohio, was born in Pennsylvania and came to Ohio in 1792 or 1793, landing at Columbia.

His father was killed by the Indians near Fort Hankinson, on the Little Miami river while cutting logs to build a house.

Joseph Hinkle was married at twenty-two to a Miss Debolt. They had seventeen children, of whom fourteen are now living. Their living descendants number fourteen children, eighty-five grandchildren, 128 great grandchildren, and eight great-great grandchildren; a total of 235.

Source: The Princeton Union, July 14, 1881, Page 2.







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