1) The Henckel Genealogy by William S. and Minnie W. Junkins
Only Available New From The Henckel Family Association, used books on Amazon and other websites are selling between $150 to $250 depending on condition!
The book outlines and discusses the seven branches of Anthony Jacob Henckel’s family, there is a branch for each of Anthony Jacob and Maria Dentzer Henckel’s seven children that lived to be adults. The book carries our family lineage from the 1500’s through the 1930’s. If your last name or any of your family members are Henckel, Henkel, Hinkle, Henkle, Hinkle, Geiger, , Kuhn, Apple, and hundreds more, then you are likely a descendant of Anthony Jacob and Maria who arrived in America in 1717.
The book is a must read for anyone that is starting a genealogical study or just wants to know more about their lineage and family’s history.
We are the only source for new hard bound copies of “The Genealogy”.
The price of the book is $75.00, including shipping and handling.
Scroll down to the end of this page for ordering instructions.
2) The Autobiography and Chronological Life of Reverend Paul Henkel (1754-1825)
On Sale now $30 including shipping & handling!!
The book is a fascinating account from the diaries and journals of the missionary travels of Rev. Paul Henkel and, his wife, Elizabeth Negeley Henkel. They traveled by horse and buggy through the mid-Atlantic states in the late 1700’s and early 1800’s. Their travels took them on trips to North Carolina where Paul was born, to Pendleton County, VA (now WVA) where he lived in his youth, and to Ohio, Tennessee, and Missouri where they helped to spread God’s word. Paul and Elizabeth’s home was in New Market, VA. New Market was the center of their ministry and home to The Henkel Press which for over 150 years printed materials for many the Lutheran Churches across the country.
The diaries and journals of Reverend Paul Henkel were translated from German to English by Reverend William J. Finck, D.D. from 1935 – 1937; edited by Melvin L. Miller from 1991-1997; edited by Reverend Anthony Jacob Henckel Family National Association, Inc. Officers from 1999-2002; and published by Reverend Anthony Jacob Henckel Family National Association, Inc. in 2002.
Copies of this book are only available through the Association and there is a limited supply. Please see address and instructions for ordering below. Available for a limited time at $30.00, including handling and shipping. Regular price is $45.00.
3) Gems of Henckel Memorabilia
The “Gems” is a quick must read (32 pages) to help family members to better understand important dates, locations, and events in its history.
In 1910, Reverend Ammon Stapleton began publishing Henckel lore and genealogical information. The “Gems” was first published by the officers of the Henckel Association in 1996, with much of the writing done by Robert C. Hinkle, Jr. of Badin, NC. The recent addition, was published by the Associations officers in 2011, they included: Eddie J. Hinkle, President, of Buckhannon, WV; Greg Adamson, Vice President, of Dayton, VA; Sarah Hinkle Warner, Secretary, of Fairfax, VA; J. Robert Moore, Treasurer, of New Market, VA; and Ken Hinkle, Historian, of Bridgewater, VA.
Available for $6.00 including shipping and handling.
Book Ordering Instructions Only
The books, The Henckel Genealogy, The Autobiography and Chronological Life of Reverend Paul Henkel (1754 -1825), and Gems of Henckel Memorabilia can be ordered by sending a note indicating which book that you would like to order with payment to:
J. Robert Moore, P.O. Box 1399, New Market, VA 22844-1399
Check should be made to: The Reverend A.J. Henckel Family National Assoc., Inc.
Be sure to include the address you would like the books to be shipped, if different from the address on your check! If you purchase The Henckel Genealogy for $85.00 you will also receive a free 1 year membership to our Association. This will entitle you to 2 Newsletters per year which will indicate where our Annual Reunion will be and include instructions for attending.
The 300th Anniversary Henckel Family Medallion
(1717 – 2017)
As most of you know our family came to America in 1717, so that our Great, …., Great Grandfather Anthony Jacob Henckel could become the Pastor at New Hanover Lutheran Church in what is now New Hanover, PA. From New Hanover their children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren have spread across America for the last 300 years.
It is a great time to purchase a Medallion(s) for not only yourself, but also for your children and grandchildren. They are keepsakes and conversation pieces that can be past for many generations to come! They are in limited supply, so do not wait to order. They are a gift that will create lasting moments for you and your family. The Medallions sell for $30.00 each, which includes shipping and handling.
Note: The easel shown does not come with the 300th Anniversary Medallion.
Medallion Ordering Instructions Only:
Please send a check for your medallion(s) and be sure to include a return address for shipment, if different from the address on your check.
Send your check to: Charles Hinkle, 8319 Orville St., Alexandria, VA 22309.
Make your check payable to: The Henckel Family Association
If you have questions about the medallion, please email Charles Hinkle at email@example.com