RE: Harley Hinch Unfortunately, no. My grandmother said he passed away from Pneumonia when he was about 3 or 4 years old. She was the eldest, born in 1916. She has since passed away. She probably knew about when but I would guess it was sometime between 1919-1925.
================= . 1918 WORLD WAR I DRAFT REGISTRATION CARD: Name: William Austin Kinser. Age 35. Date of Birth: April 28, 1883. Home address: Portsmouth, Scioto County, Ohio, USA. Occupation: Shoemaker. Height: Medium. Build: Medium. Eyes: Blue. Hair: Brown. Wife: Mrs. Pearl Kinser. Signature: "Austin Kinser." [End]. . =================
NAME: William Austin Kinser. FATHER: John J. Kinser. MOTHER: Mary J. (Caudill) Kinser. WIFE: Pearl Iva (Riley) Kinser.
-- -- -- -- -- . FULL NAME: In addition to his cemetery Memorial Stone, the 1940 Census; and, also the 1918 World War I Draft Registration Card (which includes the *signature* of "Austin Kinser"), lists his full name as Wm. "Austin" Kinser. . -- -- -- -- -- . 1940 UNITED STATES FEDERAL CENSUS. Waveland, Pottawattamie, Iowa, USA. (Household of Austin Kinser, age 55; born Kentucky. Occupation: "Farmer." WIFE: Pearl Kinser, age 50. CHILDREN (all born Iowa): Estell Kinser, age 25. Katheleen Kinser, age 23. Harold Kinser, age 18. Wanda Kinser, age 16. Betty Kinser, age 15). . -- -- -- -- -- . I hope this information has been of help to you. Peace and blessings, CPM. .
RE: Harley Hinch I'm not quite sure. My grandmother was the eldest of all of her siblings. She was born in 1916. I'd say he was born around 1920 and he was about 3 years old when he died. I'll check with my grandma to find out exactly when he was born and died. He was very young when he died. He got pneumonia from going outside in the winter time without shoes on.
Oliver Warwick Hello, I received your suggestion for an edit for Oliver Warwick. I do not know this family. Are you certain his parents were Henry Oscar "Bob" Warwick, Sr., and Nellie K. Price? The parents I show are the names on the DC. Of course, DCs can be very wrong! If he is a relative, I will be happy to turn his memorial over to you. Before I change things, I want to be certain what I type is correct! Thank you, Tommie Moser Nichols, Powell, TN