|Birth: ||Jan. 12, 1868|
|Death: ||Jul. 24, 1945|
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PROMINENT MATRON, 77, DIES IN PROVO
PROVO -- Mrs. Adeline Henry Hinckley, prominent Provo and Ogden matron and mother of Robert H. Hinckley, J. S. director of contract settlement, Washington, D. C., died Tuesday at 9:35 p. m. at her home, 879 W. 5th North, after a lingering illness. She was 77 years old.
Four of her sons and daughters, Claude Warren and George Marion Hinckley, Mrs. H. C. Walton and Mrs. C. H. Durrant, all of Provo, were at the bedside.
Funeral services will be conducted Saturday at 2 p. m. in Pioneer L D S ward chapel by Frank Killpack, bishop. Burial will be in Provo City burial park. Robert H. Hinckley will arrive in Provo Thursday morning from Washington to attend the funeral.
ACTIVE IN LDS CHURCH
Long active in L D S church and charitable organizations in both Ogden and Provo, she won note for her organizing ability in social work.
Mrs. Hinckley was born Jan. 12, 1868 in Fillmore, a daughter of Robert and Elizabeth Bacon Henry. She attended schools in that city and was active in L D S church youth organizations, holding for many months the post of church organist.
She was married to Edwin S. Hinckley Sept. 2 1890, in the Manti L D S temple and accompanied her husband to Ann Arbor, Mich., where he attended the University of Michigan until 1894, when they moved to Provo. Mr. Hinckley became secretary of the Provo chamber of commerce.
MOVED TO OGDEN
She lived in Provo until 1916, when she moved to Ogden with her husband when he became superintendent of the state industrial school. They returned to Provo in 1924 and he died Nov. 15, 1929.
During World War I, Mrs. Hinckley was active in American Red Cross work and labored tirelessly during the influenza epidemic in Ogden.
She also was a member of Brigham Young university women, Daughters of Utah Pioneers and Alice Louise Reynolds Literary club.
Mrs. Hinckley was the mother of 13 sons and daughters, nine of whom survive: Robert H. Hinckley and Mrs. Kenneth M. MacKenzie, Washington, D. C.; Edwin Carlile Hinckley, Pittsburg, Cal.; John Noble Hinckley, Belmont, Mass.; Frederick Russell Hinckley, Salt Lake City, and Claude Warren Hinckley, George Marion Hinckley, Mrs. H. C. Walton and Mrs. C. H. Durrant, Provo; 31 grandchildren and a great-grandchild.
Friends may call at Berg mortuary in Provo Friday from 6 to 8 p. m. and Saturday until time of services.
-Source: Salt Lake Tribune, 26 July 1945, p. 10; transcribed by Annie Duckett Hundley.
Robert Henry (1814 - 1889)
Elizabeth Bacon Henry (1844 - 1928)
Edwin Smith Hinckley (1868 - 1929)
Edwin Carlyle Hinckley (1896 - 1984)*
Norma Elizabeth Hinckley (1897 - 1906)*
Claudius Warren Hinckley (1899 - 1967)*
Paul Bryant Hinckley (1900 - 1921)*
Gordon Holbrook Hinckley (1906 - 1925)*
Muriel Aileen Hinckley (1907 - 1907)*
George Marion Hinckley (1909 - 2000)*
Mary Ann Henry King (1854 - 1943)**
Caroline Henry Payne (1866 - 1935)*
Adeline Henry Hinckley (1868 - 1945)
Note: Interment - 28 July 1945
Provo City Cemetery
Plot: Block 3 Lot 78
Maintained by: AnnieDuckettHundley
Originally Created by: Lisa
Record added: Mar 16, 2012
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