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Re: PICKLE, Jacob-Lamar Co. AL 1855
Posted by: Wanda Sawtelle Date: January 01, 2001 at 20:13:29
In Reply to: PICKLE, Jacob-Lamar Co. AL 1855 by V. Griffin of 690

Check your listed date of birth---she would have been 11 when she married in 1870.
I wonder if you connect to the James F./Esthur Pearce family. They were in 1850 Tuscaloosa Co. census. Their daughter Isabella m. Andrew M. Hill on Jan. 24, 1856 in Monroe Co, MS.
Lamar Co.,AL and Monroe Co.,MS border.
Andrew/Isabella's oldest son Cason M. Hill m. Sarah Jane Guin in 1879. Sarah's family had just moved to Greenwood Springs, MS. from Lamar Co., AL. Cason was working in Smithville, Monroe Co., MS when they married. They both died young leaving 5 young children who were raised by their Guin grandparents. My grandmother grew up knowing little of her father's family. My mother has mentioned that Grandmother b. 1888 was related to the Pickle family
that lived near Splunge--not far from the Pickle Cemetery. Grandmother told her about being allowed to visit with them overnight while growing up. I wonder if the connection could be through the Pearce family.
This is what I have on this Pearce family:
1850 Census Tuscaloosa CO, AL
James F. age 41 Machanic b. Penn
Esthur 38 "
Theodore 17 Clerk "
Isabella 13 b. MO (MS?)
Ann E 11 b. Ala
Wm. H.H. 9 "
Mary E. 7 "
Maria L. 3 "


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