Shelby  County  Indiana


The  Shelbyville  News
Tuesday, July 27, 2010
Doris M. Hinkle, 85, of St. Paul died Saturday, July 24, 2010, at Ashford Place Health Campus.
Born May 31, 1925, Noble Township, Shelby County, to  Edgar and  Lena (Herndon) Hoban.
Married  Norman Hinkle on Sept. 9, 1945; he survives.
Survivors:  spounse; sons, Marvin “Rick” Hinkle (wife, Susan), St. Paul and  Norman M. “Mick” Hinkle (wife, Cathy), Fishers; grandchildren,  Chris Hinkle,  Sam Hinkle,  Sara Hinkle,  Noah Hinkle  and  Isaac Hinkle (wife, Amber); and great-grandchildren,  Cameron Hinkle  and  Madison Hinkle.
Preceded in death by her parents.
Lifelong resident of this area.
Homemaker, seamstress and the pianist at Pleasant Hill Church in Noble Township for several years.
Graduated from Waldron High School in 1943.
Member of Pleasant Hill Church, Noble Township.
Glenn E. George Funeral Home, 106 E. Franklin St. in St. Paul, Rev. Robert Campbell officiating.
Burial:  Van Pelt Cemetery in Shelby County.
Contributions may be made to Hospice of South Central Indiana, in care of the funeral home.
Summarized by Phyllis Miller Fleming

The  Shelbyville  Republican
Monday August 2, 1933
Page 1 column 6
Cerebral Embolism Fatal to Mrs. Marie Hinkle
At Home Near Flat Rock Sunday
          Mrs. Marie Syble Hinkle, lifelong resident of Flat Rock community, died Sunday morning at 5:00 o’clock at her home.  Death was due to cerebral embolism.
          The deceased was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thayer  of Bartholomew county and was born April 17, 1846, being at the time of death eighty-seven years old.  Mrs. Hinkle was a member of the Flat Rock Christian church.
          She is survived by a half-brother, Oliver Thayer and sister, Mrs. Belila Davis, both of Columbus, one son, Elmer Anderson of Shelby county and one daughter, Mrs. Cora Colee of Flat Rock, and eleven grandchildren and twenty-three great grandchildren.
          Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at two o’clock at the Norristown M.E. church with the Rev. B.E. Tryon officiating.  Burial will be made in the Norristown cemetery in charge of C. L. Wilson.
Contributed by Barb Huff  for Margie Bell

The  Shelbyville  Republican
Monday March 4, 1918
Page 1 column 4
          John Hinkle, a resident known throughout Washington township, died Saturday evening at his home in the vicinity of Norristown.  His age is 73 years.  He was born in Ohio [January 18, 1845] but lived in Shelby county for 48 years.  His wife died in 1865. In 1882 he was married to  Mary Brown.  In 1908 he was married to  Mrs. Maria Anderson  who survives.  Mr. Hinkle left a very large family including 19 grandchildren and four great grandchildren.  He was a member of the Floyd Christian church, also of Sulphur Hill lodge Knights of Pythias for 23 years.  The funeral services will be held in the Methodist church at Norristown, Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock, the Rev. Samuel D. Hawkins officiating.  The K. of P. lodge will participate in the services.  The interment will be made in the church cemetery.
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Shelby County, Indiana Marriages:
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John W. Hinkle & Mary E. Brown
October 22, 1874
Book 10 page 302
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John W. Hinkle & Maria Anderson
November 19, 1908
Book 19 Page 417
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Contributed by Barb Huff  for Margie Bell

The  Shelby  Democrat
Thursday, November 16, 1916
Page 8
Services For Prominent No-
ble Township Farmer At
Valley Church.
          Funeral services were held this morning at 10:30 o'clock at the Valley church in Noble township for  William H. Hinkle,  whose death occurred at 11:30 o'clock last Saturday morning n Noble township at the home of his son,  Samuel Hinkle.  Mr. Hinkle's death was caused by chronic nephritis, and his condition had been critical for two weeks.  Burial was made in Ogden cemetery in charge of Stewart & Fix.
          Mr. Hinkle was born in Noble township on a farm near where his death occurred.  He was aged seventy-eight years and sixteen days and his entire life had been spent in the neighborhood where he was born.  He was a successful farmer, a good neighbor and a citizen who always stood for those things that are for the upbuilding of the community, county, state and nation.  He was a member of the Valley church.  Many friends regret his departure.  His wife died suveral years ago and he leaves two sons, two daughters and a brother.
          The children are Samuel, at whose home he died, and  John Hinkle  and  Mrs. George Cuskaden  and  Miss Emma Hinkle,  of Noble township.  The brother is  John Hinkle,  of Washington township.
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming

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