Hello, It's been some time since you made this post regarding Isaac H. Hinchcliff, however, I thought I'd pass along what limited information I've located. Isaac and Sarah Kane Hinchcliff's son, Edward Aloysius Hinchcliff (surname herein spelled as shown on his military plaque in Mt. Carmel Cemetery in Tunkhannock, Wyoming Co, Pennsylvania) was born in Inkerman, Luzerne Co, Pennsylvania on 11 Mar 1889 and died on 25 Jul 1969, presumably in the Tunkhannock area. Also buried in Mt. Carmel Catholic Cemetery is a Jennie Hinchcliff (1893-1941) whom I suspect would be the wife of Edward Aloysius Hinchcliff. Edward served as a Corporal in the United States military in Pennsylvania Co. D 101 Engineers during World War I. In researching this Hinchcliff family, of whom I am not related, I found that Sarah Hinchcliff was a widow by 1927 and some of her children were living with her at 479 S. Main St, Sebastopol, Pittston, Luzerne Co, Penna. Children: Bertha was a teacher, Blanche was a bookeeper, Edward A. was an engineer, Gertrude G. was a student and Rose B. was a nurse. I've just posted a photo of the military marker on Edward Aloysius Hinchcliff's grave at Mt. Carmel on the US version of Ancestry.com as well as at www.findagrave.com
. I will also post a photo of Jennie MNU Hinchcliff's marker at Mt. Carmel. As I continue my research I'll keep you in mind and let you know if I should find anything additional.