1.Casper9 Hinkle(Charles8, Jacob Anthony7, Anthony Jacob6 Henkel, Rev., Herr Georg5 Henckle, Matthias4 Henckel, Caspar3, Ludwig2, Anthony1) was born 1762 in Germantown, Philadelphia Co, PA, and died 1839 in Nr Crosstown, abt 5 mi NE of Perryville, Perry Co, MO.He married Fany Robertson.
Children of Casper Hinkle and Fany Robertson are:
2 i. Charles10 Hinkle, born 1788 in Rowan Co, NC; died 1827 in murdered Perry Co, nr Pocahantas, Cape Girardeau, MO.
3 ii. Susan Hinkle.She married Jacob Shoaf.
4 iii. Matthias Hinkle.
5 iv. Fany Hinkle.
6 v. William Hinkle.
7 vi. Lucinda Hinkle.
Casper Hinkle stated that when he returned home to Rowan Co, NC, he learned that his father Capt. Charles Hinkle had been apprehended by the Tories (British).The American forces were the Wigs (Whigs). Rev War pension papers of Casper Hinkle, applied in Perry Co, MO.Casper died 1839, Perry Co, MO, bur Shoults Cem, Cape Girardeau Co, MO **. Peter Hinkle, his brother went there with him.** They were both born Rowan Co, NC (now Davidson Co, NC), moved to Shelby Co, KY, then to Perry Co, MO.
Source: "The Henckel Genealogy 1500-1960:Ancestry and descendants of Reverend Anthony Jacob Henckel, 1668-1728, pioneer Evangelical Lutheran minister, emigrant from the German Palatinate to America in 1717, William Sumner Junkin, Spokane, WA, pub by Henckel Family, 1964, 1446 pages
*Peter Hinkle and descendants are buried Sides Cem, Cape Girardeau Co, MO
** Casper Hinkle and wife are buried Shoults Cemetery. Their son Levi Hinkle is also buried Shoults Cemetery, Cape Girardeau Co, MO.
Casper related in his military pension application (Revolutionary War) that he resided in Rowan County until the year 1822 (Henckel Genealogy-has he removed to Shelby County 1814) when he removed to Shelby Co, KY and resided until the year 1823 when he moved to Perry Co, MO.
Casper Hinkle Revolutionary War Records
-Heritage Quest images of actual records:
8 pages Pension application
(Cover sheet) Hinkle or Hinkel, Casper, service- NC Number S16875 carded
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Let to 3? C- - - - March 18, 1839
Paid its Kis (torn) as was under the Act of the Office 1803 from 4 Sept 1836 to 11th March 1838
Age notified 3 April 1839
Page 2 of 8 (right side)Missouri
Perry Co in the State of Mo
was a P(rivate) in the Company commanded Sapp of the Ret commanded ? Cleveland in the N Carolina
Inscribed on the Roll of Mifsouri - 20 dollars commenced 4th day 1831 (or 34)
Certificate of Pension issued the 12th day of ? 1934 Hon Mr H. Ridley H?
Certificate is the 4th of March ?20.00
Claimant allowance ending ?10.00?
Act June 7, 1832
Recorded by ? ? Springer Clerk
Book C. Vol. 8 Page 82
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State of Mifsouri
County of Perry
On this twenty ninth day of November eighteen hundred and thirty three personally approved in open court before the Hon. John D. Cook Judge of the fourth Judicial Circuit in Said State now Sitting Casper Hinkle a resident of Perry county in the State of Mifsouri aged Seventy one years who being first def? Sworn according to law, doth on his oath Make the following declaration in order to obtaain the benefit of the act of Congrefs Part 7th June 1833-
That he entered the service of the United States as a Volunteer in a company commanded by Captain John Lapp in the County of Rowan in the State of North Carolina about the tenth of September Seventeen hundred and eighty and about three weeks after the defeat of gen Y(G?)ates, near Camden South Carolina & that he contiued in the united States service as a volunteer under the Command of Capt. John Lapp three months from the Said tenth of September to the Same time in December Seventeen hundred and eighty That at the time to wit in September ? Seventeen hundred and eighty when this affiant volunteered under Captain John Sapp the tories had raised on Yadkin River and this affiant was marched with Said company to the Shallow ford of Yadkin River about thirty miles from the house of Captain Lapp where Said company assembled and marched from in ? Rowan County in North Carolina, that after Said Company ? at the Shallow ford on Yadkin River owing to the high water in Said River Said Company under Command of John Sapp were unable to Crofs and were marched back about ten miles to the Moravian town where they proceed a reinforcement of about four or five hundred wigs, that the day after the Said company being joined by said reinforcement news came that the tories were defeated by some troops under the com-
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Command of Colonel Cleaveland the Said company of Captain Sapp were marched down the yadkin river to Rowan County from there down the yadkin river thirty or fourty miles in pursuit of another body of tories and with a recd of repeling the predatory was far if? the tories who won at that time very bad Said Company continued in Service for three months until about the tenth of december eighteen hundred and eighty when said company was marched back to Sapps Rowan Coounty North Carolina and whe discharged the affiant received a written discharge, but was lost it after remaining at home about Six days to with he about the Sixteenth of December 1780he on the Said 16th December 1780 again volunteered under the Said Capt. James Lapp and continued in active service for the Space of three months until about the fifteenth of March 1788 and remainedon the Yadkin in Rowan Randolph County in North Carolina for that space except when called to guard prisoners to the Virginia line as hereinafter stated that the service in which said company was engaged was active constant by marching to repel this predatory excursions of this trip and that during said service at the house of in John Lasli? in Rowan County North Carolina part of Said company together with this affiant came upon a body of tories of about twenty five in number and captured ?, a short time prisoners to the battle of guilford the said company under capt. John Lapp was detached to ? in guarding about five hundred prisoners who were taken at the battle of the Cowpens to the ?Virginia line that after having guarded said prisoners to the Virginia line the company of said Capt. Lapp was marched back to Sapp's in Rowan County and there discharged-that he then received no written discharge and that he Served three months on Second tour from December 1780 to March 1782.That this affiant having arrived at home after his Second discharge found his father Capt. Charles Hinkel under apprehension from the tories and that same night this affiant together with his father went to the camp of ? green who was then encamped at home Spurgies a Colonel of the tories that after arriving A said camp they were placed under guard and the next morning this affiant having stated that he was acquainted with two of the tories who had ? about the house of Edward Burke a few days before was detained and that according by acting as a guide he conducted about forty Americans depd in British uniforms to Rowan County where the tories & British about twenty in number were captured and the affiant then returned home about two months after his discharge to with about the 15th day of May 1787 inquiry having been made for a gray? man to ride exprefs between Salisbury & gilford in North Carolina by Capt gamlett or campbell then acting Company at Salisbury in North Carolina this affiant was ? and volunteered about the said 15th day of May 1781 to ride exprefs under the ordrs of said Commisary or quarter master and continued in active duty engaged that service until the fifteenth day of November a period of Six months that after performing similar services under a Quarter Master or Commisary who supplied the place affiant Captain Gamlett or Campbell this affiant received a discharge which he has lost and returned home That on the first tour he was engaged three months on the second three months and on the third Six months ? during the last six months his ? was to ride exprefs from Salisburt to guilford from guilford to Salisbury a distance of fifty miles.This affiant from the nature of his service and loss of manry? does not
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remember the general officers except Gen Green he has no documentary testimony by which he can prove his services and that he knows of no person who can produce to testify to the servicesI do hereby relinquish my claim what ? to a pension on ? except the present and declare that my name is not on the pension roll of the agency of any state
2. Where and in what year you born
A. I was born in the City of Philadelphia in the State of Pennsylvania in the year Seventeen hundred and Sixty two-
2. Have you any record of your age or where at.
A. I have no record of my age, it was put down on the family Bible but I do not know at this time where said Bible
2. Where was you living when called into service where have you lived Since the revolutiony war and where do you now live.
A. I lived in the County of Rowan in the State of North Carolina when called to Service, and resided in Rowan County in Said State, until the year 1822 when I removed to Shelby County Kentucky where I continued to reside until the year 1823 when I moved to the County of Perry in the state of Mifsouri, where I have resided to this period and now reside in said Perry County.
2. How were you called into service when you drafted did you volunteer or was you Substituted or subscribed for whom.
A. I volunteered.
2. State the names of some of the Regular officers who were with the troops where you served Such continental militia regiments as you reclect and the general circumstances & your service
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A. I do not recollect any of the general officers except a Gen. Green and do not recolect any of the regiment my general Service was then three months a first tour under Capt. John Sapp in which was confined to checking the tories in Rowan County and a second tour under captain John Sapp of three months confinement to Service in Randolfs Rowan County North Carolina and was imploy Six months in the year seventeen hundred and eighty one as stated in my declaration in riding exprefs between Salisbury & guilford & guilford to Salisbury north Carolina-
2. Did you receive a discharge from the Servis l& if so by whom was it signed and what has becom of it.
A. I received two discharges one was signed by Capton John Sapp & the other by Capt gamball or campbell bto but are now both lost-
2. State the names of Persons to whom you are known in your present neighborhood, and who can testify as to your charachter for veracity and good behaviour your services as a Soldier of the revolution-
A. Huson McLain & Isac Hinkel
Casperhis x mark Hinkel
Sworn and subscribed in open court
this 29th day of November
A. D. 1832.
Frederick Chase Clk
We John W. Quick a clergyman residing in the County of Perry in the State of Mifsouri and Anson McClain resident in Cape Girardeau County Mifsouri do hereby certify that we are well acquainted with Casper Hinkle who has Subscribed and Sworn to the (end)
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War Department, Pension Office - Jary 1834
Sir: The evidence in support of your claim under the act of June 7, 1832 has been examined and the papers are herewith returned.the following is a statement of your case in tabular form.On examining these papers with the following rules and the subjcined rules, you will readily perceive that objections exist, which must be removed, before a pension can be allowed.The rules and the regulations will show what is necefsary to be done.These points to which your attention is more particularly directed you will find marked in the margin with a brace ( ).You will, when you return your papers to this Department and this printed letter with them, and you will, by compling with this request, greatly facilitate the investigation of your claim.
A statement showing the Service of Casper Hinkle
1780 3 months Rank priv
Name and rank of the Field -Cap Sapp Col Gleanland
Age of personsand place of abode when he entered the service 71 years Rowan Co. NC
1780 3 months Rank "(under same officers) (Rowan co, NC) Traditionary
(blank) 6 months Exprefs Rowan co, NC
I am respectfully, Your obedient servantJames L. Edwards
(notes at bottom of page in script)
His service as an Exprefs is believed to be under a civil contract unless he shall prove he was regularly detailed from this line to perform this duty it cannot be allowed.
Generation No. 2
2.Charles10 Hinkle (Casper9, Charles8, Jacob Anthony7, Anthony Jacob6 Henkel, Rev., Herr Georg5 Henckle, Matthias4 Henckel, Caspar3, Ludwig2, Anthony1) was born 1788 in Rowan Co, NC, and died 1827 in murdered Perry Co, nr Pocahantas, Cape Girardeau, MO.He married Susannah "Susan" March Abt. 1811 in Rowan Co, NC, daughter of George March and Amelia Adams.She was born 1790 in NC, and died 1890 in Cape Girardeau Co,MO.
Children of Charles Hinkle and Susannah March are:
8 i. Levi M.11 Hinkle, born October 27, 1812 in KY or NC; died October 27, 1870 in Cape Girardeau Co,MO.
9 ii. John B. Hinkle, born 1813 in TN?.
10 iii. Elizabeth Hinkle, born 1817 in Prob Shelby Co, KY; died 1896.
11 iv. Charles Hinkle, born Bet. 1819 - 1820 in KY; died 1881 in prob Eureka Springs, Carroll Co, AR.
12 v. Frances Adeline Hinkle, died in Perry Co, MO.
13 vi. Lucinda Hinkle.She married William Hudson/Hutson.
14 vii. Andrew? J.? Hinkle, born 1830.
Conrad "Coon" Cotner born abt 1794 Burke Co, NC
Tried for murder in Madison Co. Missouri on change of venue from Cape Girardeau Co., MO, in 1827. Convicted of manslaughter of Charles Hinkle, sentenced to one year with alternate months of hard labor, per Goodspeed's History of Southeast Missouri at 340; also charged with bootlegging
Lived with older brother David after father's death
Served w/ Lt. Col. Dodge's Company of Mounted Militia 30 Aug 1814 to 12 Oct
Father: Jacob Cotner b 1792 Orange Co, VA (now Shenandoah County)
Mother: Catherine Painter b abt 1750 VA?
Jacob Cotner, blacksmith
b 1742 Orange Co, VA (now Shenandoah)
d 7 Sep 1805 in Cape Girardeau Co, MO
Cape Girardeau probate:
probate file lists heirs wife Catherine Cottoner, David, Jacob, Michael,
Ezekiel Murry & John Cottner
The families of John and Jacob Cotner were part of Bollinger's imported Germans and Swiss from NC to White Water in (then) Cape Girardeau Co. crossing the Mississippi at Ste. Genevieve on 1 Jan 1800. Goodspeed @ 275
Jacob "Carither" (0-3-1, 0-2-1) and Martin Cotner (0-2-0, 0-2-0) are in 1803
census. Near Martin "Gatner" (2-1-2) in 1790 Burke Co. census
Sources: Text: Neal Cotner: A window to the Past (1994)
Source:http://www.rootsweb.com/http://www.rootsweb.com/Click on Search Family Trees for Conrad Cotner
INDEX TO CIRCUIT COURT CRIMINAL CASES 1821-1869
Question marks used were already in the index. This is a transcription of a typed index. In the Defendant and Complaint columns names and words were ended
Transcribed from State Archives - microfilm roll C19537
27 State Of Missourivs Cotner, Conrad -Murder of Charles Hinkle - (venue from Cape Girardeau)
(The state did not have charges against HenryWuerttenburg in this index list.)
Murder of Charles Hinkle (son of Casper Hinkle of Perry Co, MO)
Conrad "Coon" Cotner
b 1794 Burke Co, NC
He never married.
Coon lived with his older brother David after their father's death. He served w/ Lt. Col. Dodge's Company of Mounted Militia 30 Aug 1814 to 12 Oct. (White Family Ancestry and related clans.ged)
In 1827 Coon was tried for murder in Madison Co. on a change of venue from Cape Girardeau Co. He was convicted of manslaughter for the death of Charles Hinkle with a sentence of one year imprisonment and $500 fine. His sentence included alternate months of hard labor chained to the anvil in the blacksmith shop of Elisha Bennett, Fredericktown, Madison Co. He was returned to prison at night.
Was also charged with bootlegging. (1888 Goodspeed's History of Southeast Missouri, 1955 reprint edition)
"There was a little "wet weather mill" near Col. McKnight's in the Old Baptist Church neighborhood, but it only ground when there were copious showers. It was used for crushing grain for distillery purposes. JACOB COTNER was the owner of the distillery.
It was during a spree here that CHARLES HINKLE was killed in a fight with COON COTNER, and Henry Whittenburg; at this late date it cannot be said with any certainty who did the killing. COTNER and Whittenburg were in jail in Fredericktown. COTNER was in jail two years. At the trial they were acquitted of murder, but as I remember they were fined and imprisoned. Whittenburg had considerable means and easily disposed of his fine.
Many years after this Whittenburg drowned in a (hog waller) and COTNER froze to death. Both were drunk.
COLLAGE OF CAPE COUNTY, Volume 8, Number 2, September 1988, Cape Girardeau Genealogical Society - from an article entitled, "Recollections of David Crawford Hope," Page 2
Sources: Neal Cotner, Yakima, WA. 1994. 9 Sep 2004
Goodspeed's History of Southeast Missouri. 1888 Goodspeed's History of Southeast Missouri. 1955 reprint edition
Generation No. 3
11.Charles11 Hinkle (Charles10, Casper9, Charles8, Jacob Anthony7, Anthony Jacob6 Henkel, Rev., Herr Georg5 Henckle, Matthias4 Henckel, Caspar3, Ludwig2, Anthony1) was born Bet. 1819 - 1820 in KY, and died 1881 in prob Eureka Springs, Carroll Co, AR.He married (1) Sarah Yancey December 10, 1848 in Cape Girardeau, MO, daughter of Sanford Yancey and Jane Harris.She was born Abt. 1825 in KY, and died Bet. 1856 - 1864.He married (2) Phoebe Young(er) Abt. 1864.She was born 1839.
SANFORD YANCEY, father of Sarah Yancey.
Sanford Yancey moved to MO 1817-1824.
1830 Census Perry Co, MO-Sanford Yancey
1840 Apple Creek Twp, Cape Giradeau Co, MO-Sanford Yancey
1850 Cape Giradeau, MO-Sanford Yancey
Missouri Judicial Records DatabaseEasiest to do a google search for it.Then put Yancey in the Search and nothing else.
Record Group-Cape Girardeau County Circuit Court 1799-1869
Series-Circuit Court Case Files
Cause of Action-Assault and Battery
Folder 31Box 9
Cape Gireardeau Co, Cape Girardeau Dist., MO
Cause of Action-Assault and Battery
Folder 16Box 27
Cause of Action-Assault and Battery
Box 8 Folder 13
Date filed 1858
Cause of Action-Partition
Case Summary-Includes land patents
Defendant-Brummal, Josiah L.
Cause of Action-Account
Case Summary-Lumber and Materials
Folder 15 Box 7
Cape Girardeau County Circuit Court Case files 1799-1869
Date 1858, Civil, Box 8, Folder 13
Cause of Action-Partition
Case summary-Includes land patents
Folder 15, Box 7
Contributor-Defendant Brummal, Josiah L.
Cause of Action-Account
Case summary-Lumber and Materials
Sanford Yancey Will: Recorded 1858 Cape Giradeau, MO-1858-Adm. Box 1 Bundle 16
Marriage records, publication, "Marriage Records Cape Girardeau, MO", Woodruff, 1976, page 41.
Charles Hinkle married Dec 10, 1848 Cape Girardeau, Sarah Yancy.By Caleb Crain, Mg.
Charles Hinkle of Cape Girardeau County/Perry County, Missouri, land office at Jackson (MO), full payment made by the said Charles Hinkle.Act of Congress 24 Apr 1820 Sale of Public Lands for the North West quarter of the South East quarter of Section three in Twp 33 North of Range twelve east in the District of Lands subject to sale of Jackson, Missouri, containing 40 acres.
Issued 10/15/1833 Document number 1347Accession Serial number: MO0490_.259 Rec 1 Feb 1848
President James K. Polk 1 Feb 1848
Children of Charles Hinkle and Sarah Yancey are:
38 i. Susan A.12 Hinkle, born 1849 in KY.
39 ii. Sarah J. Hinkle, born 1851 in KY.She married ??? Ward; born in IL.
40 iii. John H. Hinkle, born 1856 in KY.
Children of Charles Hinkle and Phoebe Young(er) are:
41 i. James Monroe12 Hinkle, born 1865.
42 ii. Columbus Franklin Hinkle, born June 18, 1867 in Cedar Twp, Carroll Co, AR; died November 29, 1942 in Indio, CA.He married (1) ??? ??? Bef. 1885.He married (2) Melinda E. "Lindy" Robison Aft. 1885; born January 19, 1877 in Poplar Bluff, MO; died Bet. March - December 1937 in Still Cem, Gore, OK.
43 iii. Thomas A. Hinkle, born Bet. March 18, 1869 - April 1870 in nr Eureka Springs, Carroll Co, AR; died March 12, 1951.He married (1) Laura Belle Roberts; born September 18, 1874; died July 23, 1949 in Harriet, AR.He married (2) June Tyler Austin. Thomas lived Searcy Co, AR.
44 iv. Andrew J. Hinkle, born Bet. 1870 - 1873 in AR.He married Classie Aft. 1898; born 1872 in IL.
45 v. Francis Marion Hinkle, born 1877 in AR.He married Sarah ??? Abt. 1897; born March 1878 in AR.
46 vi. Robert R. Hinkle, born 1879 in AR.He married Eller? ??? Abt. 1908.
Source: Thisrecord compiled by Mildred I. Seburn Clark