Note: HE EDDLEMAN-FULBRIGHT FAMILIES, PG 53. BIRTH & DEATH: DAN STEVENSON, DAN_STEVENSON(AT)LAJOLLA.SPARTA.com SEE GOODSPEED'S HISTORY OF SOUTHEAST MISSOURI. ! Copyright 1984-2017 FamilyHart, Inc (A Nonprofit Corporation) -.Daniel Hinkle Dead (Missouri Cash Book, Thursday, August 16, 1906) Died, at the home of his granddaughter, Mrs. Rufus Reid, July 23, 1906, Daniel Hinkle, age 94 years, 9 months, 28 days. He was born in Tennessee on Sept. 25, 1811. He was the son of Peter and Amelia (Clodfelter) Hinkle, both natives of North Carolina. Daniel grew to manhood in Cape Girardeau county, where in the latter part of 1832, he wedded Sarah Drum, daughter of William Drum. After marriage they located on a piece of land in Applecreek township, which he had entered. He resided there during his wife's lifetime. Her death occurred in March 1873. He and wife had a family of seven children, the oldest being Mary Ann, age 73 years, the wife of Peter Wills; Sarah A., age 70, wife of Marion Drum; Susan C., age 62, wife of Jasper Wise; Nancy S., 58, wife of J.P. Wills; Martha J., 50, wife of Carmi Steele. The two sons, Peter and William, died while serving in the army. He has 23 grandchildren, 44 great-grandchildren, and 3 great-great-grandchildren, besides a great number of friends and relatives to mourn his loss. He had made his home with his daughter, Mrs. J.P. Wills, almost ever since his wife died until about 5 years ago when he moved with another daughter, Mrs. Marion Drum, although he spent much of his time visiting among his children. He always took a great interest in trying to help his children and grandchildren, and it always seemed like so much pleasure to him to be with us all. We will all miss him so much, for he was able to travel around from place to place until about a week before his death occurred, although he grew very helpless at times, but in a few days he was able to go around again. He was a truthful and honest citizen and esteemed by all who know him. The funeral services were conducted at the grave by Rev. Mr. King of Oak Ridge circuit, after which his remains were interred in the New Salem Cemetery.
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