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Ira William Pickle & Martha Cornelia Wynne family
Posted by: Toni Verbois (ID *****5176) Date: May 15, 2008 at 07:32:12
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I am a Wynne descendant and am looking for descendants of this family who are distant cousins (tracing the Wynne family tree - all branches!)

Ira William Pickle, son of Obadiah Ayres Pickle and Elizabeth Caroline Bailey, born in Alabama (?) in 1848, died in Texas before 1900. Wife Martha Cornelia Wynne (name taken from her father's will) is identified on the census as Cora C., M. C., Mary C., etc. 1900 census states she had given birth to 6 children, but that only 4 were living. I know that she had these children:

1. Daisie E., b. 1876 in SC, d. 9-9-1970 in Cameron County, Texas. She married William Alexander Jennings (5-21-1874 to 6-27-1953) and had son William Travis Jennings (10-23-1900 to 5-18-1983) who married Anna Carlton (3-2-1902 to 1-27-1984) and had a daughter Jane (3-7-1926). Daisie, William A., William T. and Anne Jennings all died in Brownsville, Cameron County, Texas.

2. Malcolm Lucius, b. 7-18-1879 in Palestine, Texas, d. 11-20-1953 in El Paso, Texas. Married Louella Tomlinson (11-21-1877 to 11-21-1949). They had children:

Lillian Lorraine (Hattie) (9-8-1902 to 11-24-1979) who married 1st Roy Walker Brawner and then Oscar Muttick; Elsie Pauline (1-12-1904 to 4-16-1966); Jack Lamar (about 1905); Haorld (about 1906); Edylna (spelling frm 1910 census) (b. about 1908, d. before 1920 census); Darnell (about 1911) and Dorothy (about 1915).

3. Edwina, b. about 1888.

Any information on descendants of these people or on the other children that Ira and Martha had would be most welcome.

Thank you.

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