RECORDS FOR THE
Han Philip Shinkle
Philip Jacob Shinkle
RECORDS FOR THE
This biography was taken from pg. 44 in the "The Official Roster of the SOLDIERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION BURIED IN THE STATE OF OHIO", Compiled Under the Direction of Frank D. Henderson, The Ohio Adjutant General, John R. Rea, Military Registrar, Daughters of American Revolution of Ohio, Jane Dowd Dailey (Mrs. O. D.), State Chairman.
Pvt 2nd class, Lancaster company Mil. Muster Roll of Capt Geahrs Company 9th Bn, Commanded by Col. John Huber, 1779. See p 899, Vol VII, Archives 5 Series, Br Oct 9, 1756, Lancaster co., Pa. Mar 1st Margreta Shinkle; 2nd Mrs. Elizabeth Fitteman. Children: Peter, Catharine, Barbara, Henry, John Jacob, Elizabeth, Christian, Stephen, Joseph; by 2nd mar: William H., Julia H., Julia Ann, Daniel, Margaret, Mary. D Feb 25, 1820. Bur Felicity, Clermont Co., O. Emigrated to Ohio in 1800. He was a farmer, blacksmith and Dunkard minnister. Ref: Records fr Family Bible and Genealaogy compiled by a grandson of Shinkle ancestor while soldier was still living. Fur infor Cincinnati Chap.
These biographies were taken from pg. 332 in the "The Official Roster of the SOLDIERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION BURIED IN THE STATE OF OHIO", Compiled Under the Direction of Frank D. Henderson, The Ohio Adjutant General, John R. Rea, Military Registrar, Daughters of American Revolution of Ohio, Jane Dowd Dailey (Mrs. O. D.), State Chairman.
Pvt. in the Heidelburg Twp, Lancaster Co., Pa. 1775, Capt Geo Hudson. Took oath of allegiance to the State of Pa in Heidelburg Twp, June 22, 1778. Ref: Pa Archives, 5 Series, Vol V, VII, p. 10. Br July 10, 1756, Heidelburg, Lancaster Co., Pa. Parents: Philip Carl Shinkel (son of Nicholas and grandson of Bartholomew Schenkel), Maria Elizabeth Shinkle. Mar 1st Maria Magdalena; 2nd Elizabeth Stayton (1817). Children: Maria, Elizabeth, Maria Katharina, Magdalena, Barbara, John B, Christian L., George, Christina, Margaret, Susannah;; By 2nd marriage: Joseph, Henry, Jesse. D 1833, Shinkle Ridge, Lewis Twp. Bur Shinkle Ridge, 3-1/2 miiles northwest Higginsport, O. South central part of Cem (donated by him). Farmer; 1000 acres in Jacob's survey. Ref: County Hist, Beers, p 462, C. A. Shinkle, Higginsport, O. Family Bible, Family genealogy while he was living. Fur infor Taliaferro Chap.
HAN PHILIP SHINKLE
Pvt in the Heidelberg Company, Lancaster Co., Pa. Mil, under Capt George Hudson, 1775. See p 10, Vol VII, Pa Archives, 5 Series. Br Oct 25, 1753, Heidelberg Twp, Lancaster Co., Pa. Parents: Philip Carl Schenckel, br June 8, 1717.) Mar Barbara Walderin. Moved to Ohio in 1796. Chidren: John Lienenger, Christian, Elizabeth, Henry, Catherine, John, Jacob, Peter, Barbara and Eve. D May 29, 1829. Bur near Feesburg, Brown Co., O. Ref: Natl No 34924, Cincinnati, Hamilton Co., O.
PHILIP JACOB SHINKLE
Pvt Lancaster Co., Pa. Mil, Heidelbert Company, under Capt George Hudson, 1775 in the war of the Rev. See p 10, Vol VII Pa Archives, 5 Series. Br Mch 5, 1747, Edenkoben, Rhenish Palatinate, Bavaria. Parents: Philip Carl Schenckel, (br June 8, 1717) and Maria Elisabetha Zimpel, (br Feb 28, 1717). They are both bur in Lancaster Co., Pa. Mar Julia Ann Bolender, a sister of Stephen Bolender. Children: Philip, Jacob, Peter, Johannas H., Maria Barbara, Elizabeth, Christian W., Henry, David, Catherine. D after 1805-8, in Brown Co., O. and is bur near Feesburg, O. Ref: Fr Family Bible and fr Genealogical Hist written by a grandson while soldier still lived. Natl No. 34924, for data. Fur infor Cincinnati Chap.
- JOHN B. MORTON
- CIVIL WAR HISTORY
9th TX Infantry - Confederate
Morton, J. B., age 30, born abt. 1831, Pvt., Co. G, enlisted 8 Oct 1861 at Tarrant, in Hopkins Co.
Capt. Joseph A. Moore's Company, Maxey's Reg't Texas Infantry
J. B. Morton
Age 30 years
Company Muster-in Roll of the organization named above.
Roll dated: Camp Rusk, Lamar Co., Texas Dec. 1, 1861
Muster-in to date: Nov. 26, 1861.
Joined for duty and enrolled:
When: Oct 8, 1861
By whom: J. A. Moore
Period: 12 Mos.
No. of miles to rendezvous: 24
Co. G, 9 Regiment Texas Infantry
John B. Morton Appears on
Regimental Return of the organization named above,
for the month of Apr., 1862
Alterations since last return among the enlisted men:
Date: April 6, 1862
Remarks: Shot through both legs
Co. G, 9 Regiment Texas Infantry.
J. B. Morton appears on a List of men of the 9th Regiment Texas Infantry,
who returned without arms from the battle field of Shiloh.
List dated: Not dated
Co. F, 9 Rg. Tex In
Moreton Appears on a Register containing a Report of the Killed, Wounded
and Missing of the Second Corps, Army of the Miss., at the Battle of Shiloh, April 6 and 7, 1862.
Nature of wound: Seriously
Co. G, 9 Texas
J. B. Morton Appears on a Register of Payments to Discharged Soldiers.
Date of discharge: May 2, 1862.
Date of payment: May 2, 1862
By whom: W. M. Harrison
NARA Confederate Civil War Records
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