• Hinckley Grange was the town’s center of social activity. Hinckley Grange was organized on March 3, 1890 with 65 members and had remained active until the late 1990’s. First meetings were held in the Town Hall. The first official Grange Hall was the old Dunham Foundry building. From 1913 to 1919, a store was operated […]

  • Ninety-six boys from Hinckley fought in the Civil War. From Judge Webber’s book: “Hinckley was divided into two military districts, constituting all east of the road running north and south through the nominal center of the township into one district to be called Military District No. 1; and all west of said road into another […]

  • On June 9, 2024, Karl Kastl Jr., born in Vienna, Austria, who created a home and legacy in Hinckley, OH, left this earth to be with the Lord at the age of seventy-nine. Loving father to his children Chanda Joy, Elizabeth Csank (David), Karl Kastl III, Victoria Klippel (Russell). Loving grandfather to Jason Csank, Nathan Csank, […]

  • Hinckley Underground Railroad history revolves around Hiram Miller. Every township in the North, prior to the Civil war, had among its inhabitants those who at heart were anti-slavery. Fear of persecution and ostracism at the hands of of pro-slavery proponents kept them from speaking out. However, at least two brave souls in Hinckley raised their […]

  • Dave Manley was honored as 2024 Hinckley Citizen of the Year at the May 2 Hinckley Chamber of Commerce meeting surrounded by colleagues, friends and family. Manley was featured in the May edition of the Hinckley Record outlining his numerous contributions to the betterment of Hinckley Township. Chamber Vice-President Melissa Augustine outlined Manley’s many contributions […]