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Pickle Family Genealogy

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Comment by Nancy Blake Thompson on March 12, 2017 at 8:01pm
Comment by Judy Week on August 15, 2009 at 9:56am
I have been helping one of my cousins research his Pickle line. I have also seen the name spelled Pickel.

Jacob Pickle 02 Jul 1792 in VA - 21 Apr 1883 in Fincastle, Putnam Co., IN. married Nancy Bundrant 17 Jan 1833 in Putnam Co., IN. The marriage record lists his name a John Pickle so it is possible that his first name was John.
Mary 1812 VA - bef 1870 Fincastle, Putnam Co., IN.

The couple had ten children, all born in Fincastle, IN. To make this brief, I followed Gabriel A. Gabriel 18 Jul 1842 in Fincastle IN - 24 Oct 1924 Huntington Park, Los Angeles Co., CA. Gabriel married Miranda Jane Burgess
22 Mar 1866 in Mankato, Blue Earth Co., MN. Miranda 07 May 1846 Portland Mills, Putnam Co., IN - 17 Feb 1932 Long Beach, Los Angeles Co., CA.

Gabriel & Miranda are buried in the Burgess Cemetery, Eagle Lake, Blue Earth Co., MN.

Gabriel & Miranda had 14 children all born in Blue Earth Co., MN. My cousin is searching for his elusive g grandmother, Caroline "Carrie" Belle Pickle.

Carrie was b. 22 Mar 1869 Eagle Lake, Blue Earth Co., MN - ?
Marriage #1 William Henderson Ewing 14 May 1887 Eagle Lake, Blue Earth Co., MN. William Ewing 11 Feb 1850 Edgar Co., IL - 30 Aug 1928 Visalia, Tulare Co., CA. The marriage ended in a bitter divorce, he obtained custody of their son.

Marriage #2 Lafayette Dyer bef. 1899. Lafayette 1867 IN - 02 Oct 1905 Blue Earth Co., MN. Lafayette died in a farming accident. They had two children.
Note, Layfayette & Carrie were first cousins. His mother, Julia was Gabriel's sister.

Marriage #3 Fred Otto Ingwersen bef. 1915 in IA? I found the couple on the 1915 IA State census living in Waterloo, Blackhawk Co., IA with her two children by Dyer.

Fred 23 Dec 1884 IA - ?. I don't know if he had been previously married or not.

Fred & Carrie did not have children. The trail ends with the 1920 census. Fred & Carrie were living Dubuque City (Ward1), Dubuque Co., IA.

My cousin said that various relatives stated that Carrie attended her mother's funeral in 1932 in Blue Earth Co., MN. The relatives had no other info re Carrie.

My cousin obtained some family info from his grandfather & other Pickle relatives.

A number of Gabriel & Miranda's children settled in Los Angeles Co., CA.

I have more info re this family, including Gabriel's Civil War record and obituary.

Comment by Greg Green on July 8, 2009 at 7:23pm

The Pickle file on my website is a couple years old. Here a tintype of a man that may be Jacob Pickle Sr.
Comment by Cindy Johnston Sorley on July 8, 2009 at 7:16pm
Greg, Glad you could join. This is such a new group and I thought you would fit perfect into it. I added the graph of the Pickle until you got here to decide who to put up as a photo or to add a crest if you have one. The pickle was for fun. I cannot open your document on my laptop because I don't have word on it but I will open it up on my PC later.. Great to have you here.
Comment by Greg Green on July 8, 2009 at 7:11pm
That would be my line -- I will be glad to send information via e-mal.
Comment by Cindy Johnston Sorley on July 8, 2009 at 6:28pm
Most of the Pickle Line I am researching is from Monroe County, Mississippi and Lamar or Fayette Counties Alabama.
Comment by Cindy Johnston Sorley on July 8, 2009 at 1:08pm
I was hired to do work on the Camp family and ran across the name Pickle so many times I got fascinated with the line.

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