Descendants of Caspar Henckel


Generation No. 1

1.  CASPAR1 HENCKEL was born Abt. 1576 in Allendorf-ad-Lumbda, in 
    Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany, and died 02 March 1650/51 in Germany.
	
Child of CASPAR HENCKEL is:
2.	i.	MATTHIAS2 HENCKEL, b. Abt. 1605, Allendorf- ad        Lumbda,  in Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany; d. Unknown.


Generation No. 2

2.  MATTHIAS2 HENCKEL (CASPAR1) was born Abt. 1605 in Allendorf-ad-Lumbda, in Hesse-Darmstadt, Germany, and died Unknown.  He married UNKNOWN.
	
Child of MATTHIAS HENCKEL and UNKNOWN is:
3.	i.	HERR GEORGE3 HENCKEL, b. Abt. 1635, Allendorf-ad-Lumbda, near Giessen, Germany; d. 29 January 1677/78, Mehrenberg, Germany.


Generation No. 3

3.  HERR GEORGE3 HENCKEL (MATTHIAS2, CASPAR1) was born Abt. 1635 in Allendorf-ad-Lumbda, near Giessen, Germany, and died 29 January 1677/78 in Mehrenberg, Germany.  He married ANNE EULALIA DENTZER 02 May 1666 in Steinberg, Germany, daughter of OTHMAR DENTZER and LOUISA WAGNER.

Notes for HERR GEORGE HENCKEL:
Source: Heckel Genealogy


	
Children of HERR HENCKEL and ANNE DENTZER are:
	i.	ELISABETHA CATHERINE4 HENKEL, b. 1667, Mehrenberg, Germany; d. Unknown.

Notes for ELISABETHA CATHERINE HENKEL:
Baptized April 19, 1667 Mehrenberg Lutheran Chuch. Sponsors were: Anna
Elizabetha, the wife of Reverend George Henkel pastor of Langenheim ( her father's cousin); Catherine, the wife of Reverend Johannes Perchan, pastor at Weilberg; and Herr Othmar Dentzer ( her maternal grandfather) of Steinberg.

4.	ii.	ANTONIUS JACOBUS HENKEL, b. 27 October 1668, Nuremberg, Germany; d. 12 August 1728, Germantown, Penn..
	iii.	JOHANNES CHRISTANNUS HENKEL, b. 1671, Mehrenberg, Germany; d. Unknown.

Notes for JOHANNES CHRISTANNUS HENKEL:
Baptized April 16, 1671 at the Mehrenberg Lutheran Church. Sponsors: Reverend George Christ, pastor of Haselbach; Herr John Endres, baker of Weilberg; and Agnesa Catharine, the wife of Reverend John Philip Dentzer, pastor of Selters near Weilberg.


	iv.	JOHANN KONRAD HENKEL, b. 1674, Mehrenberg, Germany; d. Unknown.

Notes for JOHANN KONRAD HENKEL:
Baptized February 15, 1674 at Mehrenberg. Sponsors: Reverend John Casimir Weinrich, pastor of Weilberg; Herr John Conrad Dentzer (uncle); and Katherine the wife of Donges Schneider of Weilberg.

	v.	JOHANN GEORGE HENKEL, b. 1675, Mehrenberg, Germany; d. Unknown.

Notes for JOHANN GEORGE HENKEL:
Baptized November 28, 1675 at Mehrenberg. Sponsors: Reverend John George Albinus, pastor at Watzenberg; Herr John Burckhardt Muller of Johlberg; and Anna Magdalena, the wife of Conrad Ursners of Johlberg. John George Henckel resided at Longhaus, Hessen-Darmstadt in 1701.


	vi.	PHILIPP CONRAD HENKEL, b. 1678.


Generation No. 4

4.  ANTONIUS JACOBUS4 HENKEL (HERR GEORGE3 HENCKEL, MATTHIAS2, CASPAR1) was born 27 October 1668 in Nuremberg, Germany, and died 12 August 1728 in Germantown, Penn..  He married MARIA ELISABETHA DENTZER 25 April 1692 in Kirchain, Germany, daughter of REV. NICHOLAS DENTZER.

Notes for ANTONIUS JACOBUS HENKEL:
From: Henckel Genealogy

Sponsors for baptism: Reverend George Anthonius Reinhardi, pastor of Allendorf; Jocob Henckel (uncle); and Anna Maria Dentzer, daughter of Herr Othmar Dentzer of Steinberg.

Reverend Anthony Jacob Henckel, notable emigrant of 1717 to America, was born at Mehrenberg, Germany om 1668. Baptized December 27, 1668 in the Evangelical Lutheran Church at Mehrenberg; died August 12, 1728 near Germantown,Pa.   Married April 25, 1692 at Kirchain, Germany to Maria Elizabeth Dentzer, dau.of Rev. Nicholas Dentzer, Lutheran pastor of Birkenau, Germany, who was son of
Simon Dentzer of Marburg, Germany and a brother of Othmar Dentzer, maternal grandfather of Rev. Anthony Jacob Henckel. She was baptized May 26, 1672 at  Birkenau, Germany; died Jan. 23, 1744 at Germantown, Pa. They were parents of 12 children. Both are buried in the same grave in the churchyard of St.Michaels Church that he founded in 1721. On June 7, 1910, under the direction of the executive officers of the Henckel Association, the grave, in a remote location, was opened and the remains were reinterred near the mail walk and directly
in front of the church. 


Date on the children's births, etc. was secured by Dr. Burt Brown Barker, and others, in original research in Germany. The original records of the churches and of Giessen University were probably destroyed in World War II.

The Nuncupative Will  of Reverend Anthony Jacob Henckel:
  Anthony Jacob Henkel (Henckel) of Hanover Township in the county of Philadelphia, in the province of Pennsylvania, Clerk (Minister) being sick and weak in body, but of sound mind and memory, did in the presence of us the subscribers  declare this last will and testament in a manner hereinafter following, that is to say:
  First, that the testator did give and bequeath unto his wife Maria Elizabeth during her widowhood the possession and enjoyment of all his the said testators estate, real and personal, and that if said wife should marry again that then she should have only a third part of his personal estate, and one-third part of the income of his real estate as usually allowed by law.   Second, also he the said testator did give, devise, and bequeath unto his two youngest sons, John Justus and Anthony Jacob, and to their heirs and assigns
forever, all of the said testator's plantation and tract of 250 acres of land situated in New Hanover Township aforesaid, to be equally divided between his said two sons share and share alike whereof they shall be possessed after their mother's decrease or marrying, whichever should first happen, after which possession they, his two sons, John Justus and Jacob Anthony, should by equal contributions pay out of the said testators real estate the full sum of 100 pounds of lawful money of Pennsylvania to be equally divided amongst and paid unto the said testator's five other children, namely, Gerhard Anthony, George Rodolphus, Johanna Fredrika, or her heirs, Maria Elizabeth, and Maria Catherine, share and share alike.
  Third, also, the said testator did give, devise, and bequeath unto his aforesaid eldest son, Gerhard Anthony, the sum of five shillings, or the value of them of over and above his equal share of ye 100 pounds aforesaid.
  In testimony to the truth whereof we the subscribers have set our hands in evidence in witness hereunto.
  Dated the twelfth day of August, Anno Domini, one thousand seven hundred and twenty eight.
Herman Groothausen
Hans Michael Schwenstock
George Ruger 

Notes for MARIA ELISABETHA DENTZER:
Buried St. Michael's Church......Germantown, Penn.
	
Children of ANTONIUS HENKEL and MARIA DENTZER are:
	i.	JOHANN NICOLUS5 HINCKEL, b. 19 February 1692/93, Eschelbronn, Germany; d. 14 May 1693, Eschelbronn, Germany.

Notes for JOHANN NICOLUS HINCKEL:
Baptized February 22, 1693 Evangelical Lutheran Church of Eschelbronn; Godparent - His highness Nicholas Dentzer ( his grandfather) the learned head pfarrer (pastor) of Kirchain in the district of Hessen-Darmstadt.

	ii.	JOHANNA FREDERIKA HINCKEL, b. 29 March 1694, Eschelbronn, Germany; d. Abt. 1739, New Hanover, Montgomery Co., Penn..

Notes for JOHANNA FREDERIKA HINCKEL:
Baptized April 2, 1694 Evangelical Lutheran Church of Eschelbronn.

	iii.	JOHN MELCHIOR HINCKEL, b. 30 January 1695/96, Daudenzell, Germany; d. 27 September 1706, Germany.

Notes for JOHN MELCHIOR HINCKEL:
Baptized February, 1696 in the Evangelical Lutheran Church of Daudenzell -Godparent: The High Free Nobleborn Baron Johann Melchoir of Vestenburg of Monchell. Died September 27, 1706. The following entry in the Church Journal by the father Reverend Anthony Jacob Henckel:
  " On September 27th my little son, John Melchoir, has been changed from   mortality to immortality and given a Christian burial on the 29th of the  same month. May he rest in peace and God will awake him to immortality  after that. He had spent his life of 10 years, 7 months, 2 weeks, and 3 days."

	iv.	JOHN GERHARD ANTHONY HINCKEL, b. 12 January 1697/98, Daudenzell, Germany; d. Abt. 1736, Berks Co., Penn..

Notes for JOHN GERHARD ANTHONY HINCKEL:
Baptized January 16, 1698 Evangelical Lutheran Church of Daudenzell. Died in 1836.



	v.	MARIA ELIZABETH HINCKEL, b. 31 December 1699, Daudenzell, Germany; d. Aft. 1746.

Notes for MARIA ELIZABETH HINCKEL:
....Baptized January 4, 1700 Evangelical Lutheran Church of Daudenzell.

	vi.	GEORGE RUDOLPHUS HINCKEL, b. 19 October 1701, Daudenzell, Germany; d. August 1788, unknown.

Notes for GEORGE RUDOLPHUS HINCKEL:
...Baptized October 23, 1701 Evangelica Lutheran Church of Daudenzell.

	vii.	ANNA MARIA CHRISTINA HINCKEL, b. 09 February 1703/04, Daudenzell, Germany; d. 25 September 1708, unknown.

Notes for ANNA MARIA CHRISTINA HINCKEL:
Baptized February 13, 1704 Evangelical Lutheran Church of Daudenzell. God-parents were Ann Ursula, wife of Herr John Garttners, pfarrer (pastor) pro-tem of Eschelbronn in the district of Croneberg, also Maria Catherine, wife of Herr John Henckel, pfarrer pro-tem of Fleisbach. Died September 25, 1708. The sorrowing father's notation in the Daudenzell Church records:
   " On September 25the my dear little daughter, Maria Christina, fell asleep peacefully in the arms of the Lord and was buried in a Christian manner on the 28th at the age of 4 years, 7 months, 2 weeks, and 2 days."

	viii.	JOHN JUSTUS HINCKEL, b. 10 February 1705/06, Daudenzell, Germany; d. August 1778, Augusta Co.,Va..

Notes for JOHN JUSTUS HINCKEL:
Baptized February 17, 1706 Evangelical Lutheran Church of Daudenzell.

	ix.	BENIGMA MARIA HINCKEL, b. 30 September 1707, Daudenzell, Germany; d. 22 December 1708, Daudenzell, Germany.

Notes for BENIGMA MARIA HINCKEL:
Baptized October 3, 1707 Evangelical Lutheran Church of Daudenzell. Died December 22, 1708. The father's notation in the church book:
   " On December 22nd my little daughter Benigna Maria, followed her little  sister and paid the debt of nature and was buried in her little couch on  the 23rd with a funeral sermon, at the age of 1 year, 2 months, 3 weeks, and 1 day. May they rest in peace."

5.	x.	JACOB ANTHONY HINCKEL, b. 09 July 1709, Daudenzell, Germany; d. 21 January 1750/51, Germantown, Penn..
	xi.	MARIA CATHERINE HINCKEL, b. 10 May 1711, Daudenzell, Germany; d. 03 November 1785, Frederick Co., Maryland.

Notes for MARIA CATHERINE HINCKEL:
Baptized May 17, 1711 Evangelical Lutheran Church of Daudenzell.

	xii.	JOHANN PHILIPP HINCKEL, b. 26 April 1713, Daudenzell, Germany; d. Unknown.

Notes for JOHANN PHILIPP HINCKEL:
Baptized May 1, 1713 Evangelical Lutheran Church of Daudenzell. Godparents His Reverend Sir Johann Philipp Scholsser, consistorial member and head pfarrer in Heidelberg.


Generation No. 5

5.  JACOB ANTHONY5 HINCKEL (ANTONIUS JACOBUS4 HENKEL, HERR GEORGE3 HENCKEL, MATTHIAS2, CASPAR1) was born 09 July 1709 in Daudenzell, Germany, and died 21 January 1750/51 in Germantown, Penn..  He married ANNA MARGARET Unknown.

Notes for JACOB ANTHONY HINCKEL:
Baptized July 11, 1709 Evangelical Lutheran Church of Daudenzell.
Buried St. Michael's church......Germantown, Penn.

Notes for ANNA MARGARET:
Anna Margaret died at age 100....
	
Children of JACOB HINCKEL and ANNA MARGARET are:
	i.	JOHN6 HINKLE, b. Abt. 1733, Germantown, Penn.; d. Unknown.
	ii.	ANTHONY HINKLE, b. Abt. 1735, Germantown, Penn.; d. Unknown.
	iii.	MARY BARBARA HINKLE, b. Abt. 1737, Germantown, Penn.; d. Unknown.
	iv.	PHILIP HINKLE, b. Abt. 1739, Germantown, Penn.; d. Unknown.
6.	v.	CHARLES HINKLE, b. Abt. 1741, Germantown, Penn.; d. 1783, Rowan Co., N.C..
	vi.	PETER HINKLE, b. Abt. 1743, Germantown, Penn.; d. Unknown.
	vii.	MICHAEL HINKLE, b. Abt. 1745, Germantown, Penn.; d. Unknown.
	viii.	HENRY HINKLE, b. Abt. 1747, Germantown, Penn.; d. Unknown.
	ix.	BENJAMIN HINKLE, b. 29 March 1751, Germantown, Penn.; d. Unknown.


Generation No. 6

6.  CHARLES6 HINKLE (JACOB ANTHONY5 HINCKEL, ANTONIUS JACOBUS4 HENKEL, HERR GEORGE3 HENCKEL, MATTHIAS2, CASPAR1) was born Abt. 1741 in Germantown, Penn., and died 1783 in Rowan Co., N.C..  He married ELIZABETH JOHNSON, daughter of CASPER JOHNSON and CATHERINE.
	
Children of CHARLES HINKLE and ELIZABETH JOHNSON are:
	i.	CASPER7 HINKLE, b. Abt. 1762, Germantown, Penn.; d. Abt. 1838, Perry Co., Mo..
	ii.	JESSE HINKLE, b. 15 December 1763, Frederick Co., Maryland; d. 1849, Wayne Co.,Tenn..
	iii.	WILLIAM HINKLE, b. 23 November 1765, Germantown, Penn.; d. 09 December 1767, Germantown, Penn..
	iv.	CATHERINE HINKLE, b. 25 November 1766, Germantown, Penn.; d. Unknown.
7.	v.	MARGARET HINKLE, b. Abt. 1768, Germantown,Pa.; d. Unknown, McMinnville, Warren Co.,Tenn..
	vi.	CHARLES HINKLE, b. Abt. 1769, Germantown, Penn.; d. Unknown.
	vii.	CONRAD HINKLE, b. Unknown.


Generation No. 7

7.  MARGARET7 HINKLE (CHARLES6, JACOB ANTHONY5 HINCKEL, ANTONIUS JACOBUS4 HENKEL, HERR GEORGE3 HENCKEL, MATTHIAS2, CASPAR1) was born Abt. 1768 in Germantown,Pa., and died Unknown in McMinnville, Warren Co.,Tenn..  She married JOSEPH DIAL 13 March 1786 in Rowan Co.,N.C., son of ROBERT DIAL and RACHEL//.

Notes for JOSEPH DIAL:
Sources:


Joseph Dial was a large plantation owner in Warren Co.,Tn. with many slaves 
which he divided up among his children at the time of his death. He was a Pvt. 5th Class, Capt. Jacob Balliet's Fifth Company, 2nd Battalion, Northampton County Militia, according to the evidence of a company return dated 1780, 1781, and 1783 Rev.War.

Sources:
Joseph Dial's will dated 13 April 1827
Melba Dial Pendleton
Marriage certificate for Joseph Dial & Margaret Hinkle
Census Records

It should be noted there are two different dates for Joseph Dial's death...the April 13, 1827 is from DAR...the second date is Sept.2, 1828.
Was Joseph md. 1st to a Harriett Peaster c 1786??? (No children)


Children of MARGARET HINKLE and JOSEPH DIAL are:
	i.	SAMUEL8 DIAL, b. Abt. 1787, Rowan Co.,N.C.; d. Aft. 1850; m. SARAH ETCHESON, 20 March 1813, Rowan Co.,N.C..
	ii.	JOSHUA DIAL, b. Abt. 1789, Rowan Co.,N.C.; d. Bef. 1829, Warren Co.,Tn.; m. SUZANNAH MARCH, 10 January 1814.
	iii.	JOHN DIAL, b. 19 July 1790, Salisbury,Rowan Co.,N.C.; d. 04 November 1844, Shelbyville, Shelby Co.,Tx.; m. ANNA COX, 16 June 1816, McMinnville, Warren Co.,Tn..

Notes for JOHN DIAL:
John Dial owned land in Warren Co.,Tn. before he moved to Shelbyville,Tx. In March 1837. He also owned land in Shelby Co.,Tx. He was elected to the First Texas Congress & Legislature but died before he could take the oath of office. He went to Nacogdoches to get a new suit of clothes, was caught in a blizzard, developed pneumonia and died. (Taken from History of the United States by W.C. Doub.
  

	iv.	ENOCH DIAL, b. Abt. 1793, Rowan Co., N.C.; m. EMILY STROUD.
	v.	NANCY ELIZABETH DIAL, b. 05 November 1793, Rowan Co., N.C.; d. 07 November 1831; m. JAMES WILSON, 12 December 1812, Rowan Co., N.C..
	vi.	CATHERINE DIAL, b. 13 March 1796, Rowan Co., N.C.; d. 26 February 1824; m. JOHN RANDOLPH, 27 February 1815.
	vii.	SHADRACK DIAL, b. Abt. 1798; m. HENRIETTA COX.
	viii.	MARGARET DIAL, b. Abt. 1803; m. GOVAN COX.
	ix.	PHILIP DIAL, b. Abt. 1804.
	x.	MARY DIAL, b. Abt. 1810; m. JOHN DENNIS COX.
	xi.	RACHAEL DIAL, b. Abt. 1812.
	xii.	CALEB DIAL, b. Abt. 1814.
	xiii.	ELEANOR DIAL, b. Unknown.
	xiv.	ESTHER DIAL, b. Unknown

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