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Re: pickles from wythe co. va
Posted by: carol wilkinson Date: April 25, 2001 at 06:42:00
In Reply to: Re: pickles from wythe co. va by Rich Kreiss of 690

Rich- My mother says her grandfather Tim Pickle was from Symth co., she thinks. She doesn't know anything about his family. He never had a regular job, he gathered ginsing
and held bogus tent revivals. Happy go lucky and everyone liked him. He died at my grandmothers Rose Pickle and she buried him at Mt. View.
Lennie was from Bristol Tn, worked in a factory and visited every now and then. She died years before Tim and was buried in Bristol or thereabouts. I know very little about their children. Leonard (may 12 1899-Oct. 1970) was my grandfather. He had nine children with Rose, divorced married and had two more with Ruth Thomas, or Thompson. He lived, died in Rural
Retreat and is also buried in Mt. View.
His brother Simon born March 1st 1903 and lived in Washington D.C.
I don't know anything about Ernest or Howard. Thanks ! Carol




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