Name: Percy Leonard Hinkley
Given Name: Percy Leonard
Birth: 3 May 1890 in Armenia Twp, Juneau, Wi
Death: 16 Dec 1944 in Phoenix, Maricopa, az
Burial: 20 Dec 1944 Greenwood Memorial Park, Phoenix, Maricopa, az 1
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Father: Augustus Charles Hinkley b: 27 Sep 1861 in Wells, Hamilton, Ny
Mother: Anna M Tomlinson b: 18 Jun 1867 in Wells, Hamilton, Ny
Emma Wilamena Schultz b: 12 Nov 1892 in Brooklyn, Kings, Ny
25 Dec 1908
in Brainerd, Crow Wing, Mn
- Leonard Harold Hinkley b: 1 Dec 1909 in Nekoosa, Wood, Wi
- Evelyn Agatha Hinkley b: 18 Feb 1911 in Nekoosa, Wood, Wi
- Orville Woodrow Hinkley b: 12 Mar 1913 in Nekoosa, Wood, Wi
- Hildegard Elisabeth Hinkley b: 25 Jun 1916 in Nekoosa, Wood, Wi
- Isabelle Myrtle Hinkley b: 26 Mar 1918 in Nekoosa, Wood, Wi
- Kenneth Fredrich Hinkley b: 1 Sep 1920 in Wi
- Title: Cemetery Record
Note: Greenwood Memory Lawn Cemetery
Established 1906. Greenwood and Memory Lawn combined in 1989.
Has some earlier burials moved from other cemeteries.
- Title: Death Certificate
Page: Arizona State Department of Health, Division of Vital Statistics
Note: Place of death: 338 N Patricio St, Phoenix, AZ (usual residence)
Length of stay: 3 yrs in community - 3 yrs in Arizona
- Title: 1910 US Census
- Title: 1920 US Census
- Title: 1930 US Census
Page: Wisconsin, Manitowac County, Two Rivers
- Title: Obituary
Page: Two Rivers Reporter
Note: Former Local Man Claimed
Percy Hinkley Taken in Arizona at 55
Percy Hinkley, 55, a former resident of this city, died late Saturday night at Phoenix, Ar izona, where he operated a grocery store, messages received here Sunday disclosed.
Funeral arrangements are incomplete, but it is believed that the body will be sent to hi s native Nekoosa, Wis., for burial.
Percy Hinkley was born at Nekoosa, Wood county, on May 5, 1889. He was married there to M iss Emma Schultz 36 years ago. Twenty years ago the family came to this city, Mr. Hinkley tak ing employment at Plant No. 4 of the Aluminum Goods Manufacturing company, where he was emplo yed for 14 years. Six years ago the family returned to Nekoosa and three years later the Hink leys moved to Arizona due to the health of Mrs. Hinkley.
Surviving Mr. Hinkley are his widow, two daughters, Miss Isabel of Phoenix, and Mrs. Thom as Vavrunek of Nekoosa, and two sons, Leonard of this city and Orville of St. Paul, Minn. A d aughter, Mrs. Earl Weeks, former local resident died at Wisconsin Rapids a year ago.
Source: Two Rivers Reporter
Monday, December 18, 1944