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Christian: son of Joseph Flickinger and mar. to Anne Buschler
Posted by: Mary Ann Hinkle-Ineich (ID *****4864) Date: May 25, 2002 at 09:52:23
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I had posted this previously under a diff. heading but I think the info is lost there! has the Flickinger book(1927-I think) on-line--I believe you need a subscription.
I don't have the whole book but I have pages: cover to pg 73. and 476 to 516. and 587 to 603(Samuel and Eliz.'s pages)
I believe the 476-516pgs are the ones about Joseph and Esther. I did cheat a little--I didn't copy a few pages that were purely scriptural references and philosophising(sp?!)by the Rev. who wrote the book!

". . .in the FLICKINGER book--on pg 487--It indicates that Christian was the son of Joseph(and Esther!) one of the two FLICKINGER bros./or father and son--(author leaned toward sibs theory)-- "Johannes and Joseph"

****"Rev. John Waldschmidt, pastor of the Mennonite church, during the period 1780 to 1785, officiated at the marriage of four of the children of Joseph Flickinger, according to the (Pa.) Archives. 6, VI, 219.
Feb. 8, 1780, Anna & Peter (Peter) Eberly.
Apr. 21, 1783, Christian & Anna (Jacob) Buschler.
Mar. 30, 1784, John & Anna (Henry) Handschly.
Mar. 27, 1785, Christina & Christian (Peter) Eberly."***

The following is the info from pgs 588-9 of the FLICKINGER book. I believe the Catherine--dau. of Christian and Anne is not the one married to Jacob HINKLE. I believe she is the daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth.(see below)

I don't have the whole book but I have pages: cover to pg 73. and 476 to 516. and 587 to 603(Samuel and Eliz.'s pages)

I hope this helps.

p.s. I've been told by fairly reliable sources that Elizabeth's and Samuel's marriage info. was found in Pennsylvania not Ohio. Cannot find info at the moment.

1792--1872 1801--1869

SAMUEL FLICKINGER, b June 13, 1792, in Lancaster Co., Pa., was the oldest in a family of five children. The others were: Elizabeth (1798), Benjamin (1800), Jesse (1810), and Christian (1821). Samuel, Elizabeth, Benjamin and Jesse at an early date previous to their marriage, migrated to Columbiana or Mahoning Co., O., making the trip in covered wagons. About 1819 Samuel md Elizabeth Rogers (whose mother's maiden name was Saunders), born Apr. 25, 1801, and settled on a farm near Louisville, Stark Co., O. He was a very successful farmer, and stock raiser. At the time of his wife's decease at 67, Mar. 31, 1869, he was the happy owner of 600 acres of land that was then divided among his children. This land was covered with a growth of native timber, when he settled upon it.
Samuel and Elizabeth were loyal and liberal members of the Evangelical church. Elizabeth and some of his children were buried in the Werner cemetery at St. Peters, now U. B. church, near a portion of his farm. After the death of Elizabeth Samuel went to the home of Jeremiah and others of his children at South Whitley in Indiana. He died at 80, May 5, 1872, at the home of his daughter, Catherine (Jacob) Hinkle, and was bd in the Boone cemetery, near Sidney, Ind. Fam--9:
Catherine md Jacob Hinkle, Ind.
Jeremiah md Rachel Wertemberger, Ind.
Leah md John Wertemberger, O.
Eliza md Martin Replogle, O.
Samuel md Mary E. Wise, O.
Fiana md Benjamin Harmony, O.
Peter md Anna Unger, O.
Jacob md Amanda Martin, O.
Elizabeth md Valentine Spielman, O.
Hon. Benjamin F. Replogle, a son of Eliza, represented this branch of the family in the legislature of Kansas, two years, 1892--93.
As the children in this large family grew to manhood, and had a desire to found homes of their own, some of them migrated from northeastern Ohio, to the central part of Indiana, and other frontiers further west. After the passing of nearly two generations, it has been very difficult to find living representatives, to furnish the records of these families, and even others that remained in Ohio. In the interest of completeness, Mrs. L. M. Stinaff of Akron visited and obtained a number of important dates, from the headstones in the old U. B. cemetery (Werners), near Middle Branch and Louisville, Ohio.

1 Catherine Flickinger, b Nov. 19, 1820, in Columbiana Co., O., in 1840 md Jacob Hinkle of Lancaster Co., Pa., b Aug. 21, 1814. They were farmers, Lutherans, and located in Stark Co., O. About 1850, after the birth of four children, Clara, John, Samuel and Jacob, they moved to Silver Lake, Indiana, where the rest of their family were born. They died, Catherine at 57, Nov. 7, 1887; Jacob at 67, Jan. 1, 1881. Fam--9:
Clara, John, Samuel,
Jacob, Margaret, Henry,
Laura, Hiram,
Wesley, 1856--1859.
1 Clara Hinkle, b Mar. 1, 1841, md John Bloom of Germany, far, U. B., Sidney, Ind., died at 77 Aug. 28, 1918. F--6:
2 John Hinkle, b Nov. 30, 1844, fmr, Luth, Columbia City, Ind., in 1867 md Caroline Smith (Jan. 29, 1843--Nov. 3, 1892). Fam--6.
Charles Hinkle, a son of John, b July 18, 1877, chauffeur, U B, Columbia City, Ind., in 1902 md Anna Smith, b Sept. 13, 1877. Fam--4.
3 Samuel Hinkle, b July 20, 1846, fmr, Dunkard, Markle, Huntington Co., Ind., in 1865 md Anna Shideler. Fam--8.
4 Jacob Hinkle, b Aug. 9, 1848, fmr, U B, Mentone, Ind., in 1875 md Betsy Harsh. F--12.
5 Margaret Hinkle (Sept. 8, 1850--Oct. 25, 1902), md Jacob Barrett, fmr, U B, Silver Lake, Ind. --6.
Three, Ida, John--1896, and Hiram, died early.
1 James Barrett md Druzetta Lantz.
2 William Barrett, b 1870, fmr, Silver Lake, Ind., in 1891 md Fiana Williams. F--4.
Faven Barrett, Warsaw, Ind.
Fern Barrett md Ralph Stover, Warsaw, Ind.
Frank Barrett md Pearl Davis & died at Warsaw, Ind. in 1924.
Ralph Barrett.
3 Renetta Barrett md William Smith.
6 Henry Hinkle (Jan. 27, 1853--July 8, 1914), b at Warsaw, Ind., Lutheran, painter, in 1876 md Sarah Jane Miller, b 1857; and lived at North Manchester, Ind. Fam--6:
Three died early: William O., 1870--1884; Annie, 1879--1880; Inf. son in 1889. The others were:
Blanche, Georgia, Millma.
Blanche Grace Hinkle, b Oct. 17, 1884, H S grad, teacher, in 1909 md Frank R. Davis, Lutherans, Chicago, Ill. Fam--2:
Douglass, b Dec. 18, 1912.
Seward, b July 10, 1916.
Georgia Ethel Hinkle, b Jan. 23, 1890, H S grad in 1910 md B. H. Willis, Lutherans, North Manchester, Ind. F--1:
Max Harold, 1911--1915.
Millma M. Hinkle, b Nov. 16, 1893, in 1916 md Karl Morris, Lutherans, Fort Wayne, Ind. Fam--3:
Charles Henry, Max, Emma Jane.
7 Laura Ellaria Sleney Hinkle, b Mar. 8, 1858, md Henry Haney, fmr, U B, Silver Lake, Ind. --0.
8 Hiram Hinkle (Mar. 13, 1861--May 13, 1920), grocer & butcher, U B, Markle, Ind., in 1886 md Almira Sparks, seamstress, b 1871. Fam--7:
Ishmael, 1887--1888.
Ned, Harry, Ferol,
Tillie, Jacob, Mark.
Ned H. Hinkle, b 1888, a newspaper man, Episcopal, Mobile, Ala., in 1912 md Mildred Fuller. Fam--3:
Ned & Helen, twins, b Aug. 2; d on 3 & 8, 1913.
Albert Sidney, b 1918, at Fargo, N. D.
Harry D. Hinkle, b 1891, in 1911 md Effie Collins, lives at Camden, N. J.
Ferol Naomi H., b 1893, vocalist, teacher, in 1911 md D. C. McMillan, U B, Marion, Ind. Fam--1:
Donald B. McMillan, b 1912.
Matilda Ruth H., b 1895, in 1919 md Perley F. Wilson, U B, Marion, Ind. Fam--5:
Matilda Mae, b 1920;
Ralph L., b 1922.
Triplets: Jean, Ruth & Betty in 1924. Ruth d infan.
Jacob B. Hinkle, b 1898, sergeant in World War, newspaper man, Marion, Ind., md Marie Stebbins. Fam--2:
Charline Hinkle, b 1918.
George J. Hinkle, b 1920.
Mark L. Hinkle, b 1901, H S grad, newspaper man, Marion, Ind., in 1921 md Genevieve Baker.

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