Paternal Line of Robin Bellamy - pyan525 - Generated by Personal Ancestral File

Piatt/Pyatt/Peyatte of all spellings

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Philipp I Hinkle

Philip Hinkle was a Hessian soldier. The first record that we find for him in Virginia was his marriage on 5 April 1782 to Barbara Vallmer (Fullmore) recorded in Rockingham County, Virginia records, and also at the Peaked Mountain Church. The records of Rader's Church show the birth of a daughter to this couple on October 2, 1784, baptized January 25, 1785 with Ludwig Vollmer as sponser.

Philip Hinkle later settled near Frankford in Greenbrier County, West Virginia and he died at the home of his daughter Elizabeth Hinkle Correll. His will dated September 1835 and recorded in Will Book 2, page 112 named eight children: John, Samuel, Jacob, Philip, Abraham, Clare Shirey, Elizabeth Correll and Polly Brances. John Hinkle died testate May 1841 naming William and Richard as sons.


Some information from John Helmut Merz


Will: September 1835, Will Book 2, p43, Greenbrier Cty.

Philip Hinkle was a Hessian soldier. The first record that we find for him in Virginia was his marriage on 5 April 1782 to Barbara Vallmer (Fullmore) recorded in Rockingham County, Virginia records, and also at the Peaked Mountain Church. The records of Rader's Church show the birth of a daughter to this couple on October 2, 1784, baptized January 25, 1785 with Ludwig Vollmer as sponser.

Philip Hinkle later settled near Frankford in Greenbrier County, West Virginia and he died at the home of his daughter Elizabeth Hinkle Correll. His will dated September 1835 and recorded in Will Book 2, page 112 named eight children: John, Samuel, Jacob, Philip, Abraham, Clare Shirey, Elizabeth Correll and Polly Brances. John Hinkle died testate May 1841 naming William and Richard as sons.


Some information from John Helmut Merz


Will: September 1835, Will Book 2, p43, Greenbrier Cty.


William Brown Kyle

In Civil War
Came from County Cork, Ireland
His Grandfather had a store where he sold fabric and other things
May have come over during Potato Famine

FROM PAPER GRANDMA LOLA GAVE ME:

See "HISTORY OF INDIANA" book
W. B. Kyle, a prominent resident of Polk township and well known citizen of Marshall county

W. B. Kyle spent the first thirteen years of his life in his native state. and then came to Indiana, where he grew to manhood, attending in the meantime such schools as the country afforded.

In 1868 he was married to Samantha A. Sewell, daughter of Aaron Sewell of Huntington county, Ind.

In 1872, moved to Marshall county, locating first at Inwood, and later in Polk township, where he has since made his home.

Mr. Kyle has always taken an active interest in political affairs, and in 1882 was elected sheriff of the county, the duties of which responsible position he discharged in a highly creditable manner for a full term of four years.

At the expiration of his official term he purchased an interest in a flouring mill at Plymouth, and after continuing the business about two years disposed of the same and engaged in agricultural pursuits in Polk township, where he owns a valuable farm in a high state of cultivation.

He is a democrat in politics and as such has been a potent factor in county and town-ship affairs, having in addition to the office of sheriff been three times elected township trustee, at this time serving his third term.

He is a prominent member of the Masonic fraternity, belonging to lodge 156, Plymouth, also Plymouth chapter and commandery, No.26.

Mr. and Mrs. Kyle have four children living, viz.:
Vernon L., who married Miss Myrtle Neff, daughter of John Neff, of Tyner City;

Nellie F., Sarah, and William, the last three still at home, and also two other children dead : Brent R. and Edna P. In addition to his official record
Mr. Kyle has a military record, having served 100 days as a private in the One Hundred and Thirty-seventh Indiana volunteer infantry.____


Priscilla Kyle

Teacup belonged to hers.
It was given to her when she was about 3 years old. but she died young
Grandma Lola liked the cup so much that she inherited it later.
Priscilla never married