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Re: PICKLE-Wythe Co VA
Posted by: Jeannie Hartwick (ID *****6407) Date: August 03, 2005 at 23:14:01
In Reply to: Re: PICKLE-Wythe Co VA by William Earl Haskell of 690

Hello William-
I have been studying the information sent in your reply. I, too, was told the David/Jacob/John line was our ancestry. However, with more advanced resources, I don't accept that as the "final answer" for our research.

I checked the 1790,1800,1810,1820 and 1860 internet census results for Pickle names and locations. I am curious on the two David Pickles in 1860 VA. Our David (61) is in Wythe and there is another David (42) in Smyth Co. They are about 30 miles apart! I wonder if our David (who was 32 when he married Polly Porter) had an earlier marriage?

I found a David Pickle b. 29 June 1819, d. 05 Aug 1897 and buried in the St. James Lutheran Church Cemetery in Smyth Co. This must be the one I mentioned in the above paragraph. There is also a David Tobias Pickle s/o D. and M.T. Pickle, Clarisa Pickle d. 29 May 1881, w/o David Pickle, and Juda K. Pickle, d/o David and Margaret Pickle! And I forgot to mention there is a Claborn Pickle 1856-1920, too.

What do you think?

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