Glad to hear from you again. My John C. Pickle of Dunham L.C Quebec married Mariah Harrington of Vermont on Oct 16 1833 in Highgate Vermont, by Rev Jacob Leonard Jr. Other witness to this event were James Sargent husband to Naomi Harrington. The Vermont Census shows a John, Jacob and Christopher in 1850 in Chittenden,Alburgh, Vt. That's all I have on them and they are in my paper files, as I'm not sure if they are the ones I am really looking for.
Henry M. Pickle, brother to my g-pa Lancelotte, was from what I understand in the 1871 Nova Scotia census. Again in the paper files because I can't confirm yet.
Henrys' family was not with him as they were in Bremer County Iowa when it took place, so I'm a little stumped. What I can't figure quite out yet is why he was in Nova Scotia in the first place unless it was Pickle related. His wife was not from Canada and they were married in Ohio.
Thats what all the fun is sometimes, trying to figure what was going on and why. If we weren't curious I guess we would be off doing something else. My MRS is doing her tree at the same time and we are on different schedules so it works out for us. Her lines by the way are Keith/Admire/Schooler/cunningham primairly. Best part for her is they have been in the area since the Civil War so there are a lot of records available. We have stumpted through cemetaries, with camera of course, dug through archives here and so forth. You know the routine.
Let me know if there is anything I might be able to send your way.......george
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