1910 - Death of Mrs. Mollie Hinkle

The Paducah Evening Sun

Vol. XXVIII, No. 95
Thursday Evening, November 10, 1910


Kevil Matron Dies of Dropsy Today
Burial Will Be in Antioh Cemetery Near Hinkleville.

Mrs. Mollie Hinkle, 60 years old, died at her home at Kevil, at 2:18 o'clock this morning after a long illness of dropsy and heart trouble. She was a member of the Christian church and was born at Hinkleville. She lived in that vicinity all of her life and was of a prominent family.

Mrs. Hinkle was the widow of the late Doctor Hinkle and was a sister of Mr. Robert Reeves, president of the First National Bank, Paducah. She was known here and leaves many friends.

She is survived by six children: Mrs. D. F. Lane of Kevil; Mrs. Word, and Mrs. Robert Blanks, of near Hinkleville; F. T. Hinkle, freight agent for the Illinois Central railroad at Cairo; and W. R. Hinkle and Jesse Hinkle, both of Kevil. She also leaves her brother, Mr. Reeves, of Paducah, and one sister Mrs. W. B. Miller, of Denver, Colo. Mr. Reeves, who is in Arizona, may be able to return in time for the funeral, which will be held tomorrow afternoon, the Rev. Mr. McCall, officiating. Burial will be in the Antiock cemetery near Hinkleville.

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