John Lowry Goodman of Indiana

Ancestry of John Lowry Goodman

By his middle name, he is currently presumed to be a son of the John Goodman who married Jeannie/Jane Lawrie/Lowry in Goochland County VA on 26 Mar 1781. [Douglas Register]. Recent DNA testing for descendents of this line now seem to indicate that the father of this John Goodman of Goochland may have actually been a Gibson, not a Goodman. We should be seeing more about this from other researchers of this particular line.

Descendants of John Lowry GOODMAN

(From research and now defunct web site of Kay Martin, who d. Aug 2006)

Photo of Obediah and Mary Elizabeth (Rutledge) Goodman and their<br />
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<p>Photo of Obediah and Mary Elizabeth (Rutledge) Goodman and their daughters</p>
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<h2>Generation No. 1</h2>
<p>1. JOHN LOWRY<sup>2</sup> GOODMAN<i>  (JOHN</i><sup>1</sup><i>)<sup>1</sup></i><br />
    was born 11 October 1796 in Kentucky<i><sup>1</sup></i>, and died October<br />
    1875 in Clay Hill, Titus County, Texas<i><sup>1</sup></i>. <br />
    He married AMILLA HULEN<i><sup>1</sup></i> 26 February 1824 in<br />
    Daviess County, Indiana<i><sup>1</sup></i>, daughter of AMBROSE HULEN and<br />
    JANE BICKNELL.  She was born 05 October 1805 in Edmonson<br />
    Co., Kentucky<i><sup>1</sup></i>, and died 09 April 1897 in At the home of<br />
    her daughter., Dodgeville, Wisc<i><sup>1</sup></i>.</p>
<p>Notes for JOHN LOWRY<br />
    GOODMAN: From Mrs. Marjorie Moore, The Family Bible of John Lowry Goodman,<br />
    Obituary of Amilla Hulen, The Bicknell Heritage, Bicknell Family Newsletter.<br />
    This from the records of Alice Kline.</p>
<p>More About JOHN LOWRY GOODMAN:<br />
    Census: 1860, Texas<i><sup>1</sup></i></p>
<p>Notes for AMILLA HULEN:<br />
    Family Bible of John Lowry Goodman and Amilla ‘Millie’ Hulen<br />
    Obituary of Amilla Hulen Goodman </p>
<p>Detail 1860 Knox Co., IN census: <br />
    Goodman, Milley      54   KY <br />
    Hulon,    Mary      10 IN</p>
<p>Given to us by cousin Bea:</p>
<p>This is to certify<br />
    that our sister Milly Goodman is a member in full fellowship of the<br />
    Christian Church at this place and as such we commend her to the Christian<br />
    care and confidence of those with whom She may wish to cast her Lot in the<br />
    future. </p>
<p>Done by order of the Congregation at Edwardsport Knox County Indiana assembled the 12th day of<br />
    Dec. 1858. George Bartlett Clk<br />
    (Copy of letter held by Mrs. O. F. Farman 1819 B. St., Lincoln. Nebr.)</p>
<p>Clay County, Illinois.</p>
<p>The Church of Christ<br />
    of Blairs schoolhouse certify the Brethren where this may be presented our<br />
    beloved Sister Amilla Goodman is a member in goodstanding with us and we<br />
    cheerfully commend her to the confidence of the brethren elsewhere.</p>
<p>By order of the congregation the 4th Lords day in May 1864.  William Hord. Clk. </p>
<p>(Copy of letter held by Mrs. O. F. Farman. Lincoln. Nebr)</p>
<p>More About AMILLA HULEN:<br />
    Event: 1865, Moved from IN to Wisconsin., Dodgeville, Wisconsin</p>
<p>Children of JOHN GOODMAN and AMILLA HULEN are: </p>
<ol>
<li>
		MC ELYEA ‘MACK’<sup>3</sup> GOODMAN, b. 04 March 1825, Daviess<br />
    County, Indiana; d. Bef. 10 August 1904, Pittsburg Co, Oklahoma.</li>
<li>
		RHODA GOODMAN<i><sup>1</sup></i>, b. 20 March<br />
    1826, Indiana<i><sup>1</sup></i>; d. 14 November 1906, Dodgeville, Wisc<i><sup>1</sup></i>;<br />
    m. ALFRED B. ROBINSON<i><sup>1</sup></i>, 14 February 1852<i><sup>1</sup></i>.</p>
<p>		Marriage Notes for RHODA GOODMAN and ALFRED ROBINSON: From parents family bible and from Mother’s obit.</li>
<li>
		SYNTHA (CYNTHIA) ANN GOODMAN<i><sup>1</sup></i>,<br />
    b. 21 February 1831, Indiana<i><sup>1</sup></i>; d. Bef. 1897<i><sup>1</sup></i>;<br />
    m. WILLIAM NELSON HULEN<i><sup>1</sup></i>, September 1849<i><sup>1</sup></i>. Notes for SYNTHA (CYNTHIA) ANN GOODMAN: Had died before her mother according to Milly’s obit. More About SYNTHA (CYNTHIA) ANN GOODMAN: Burial: Edwardsport, Knox County, Indiana<i><sup>1</sup></i></li>
<li>
		LUCY ANN GOODMAN<i><sup>1</sup></i>, b. 05<br />
    November 1832, Indiana<i><sup>1</sup></i>; d. Bet. 1832 – 1833<i><sup>1</sup></i>. Notes for LUCY ANN GOODMAN: Family Bible.</li>
<li>
		MARTHA JANE GOODMAN, b. 15 November<br />
    1833, Edwardsport, Knox County, Indiana; d. 04 September 1910, Thayer, Oregon Co., Missouri.</li>
<li>
		JAMES L. GOODMAN<i><sup>1</sup></i>, b. 16<br />
    July 1835, Indiana<i><sup>1</sup></i>; d. 07 January 1920, Woods, Arkansas<i><sup>1</sup></i>;<br />
    m. (1) COLINDA JORDAN<i><sup>1</sup></i>, 14 October 1857<i><sup>1</sup></i>; m. (2) SARAH STEPHENS<i><sup>1</sup></i>,<br />
    Aft. 1858<i><sup>1</sup></i>.</li>
<li>
		WILLIAM HARRISON GOODMAN<i><sup>1</sup></i>, b.<br />
    01 June 1838<i><sup>1</sup></i>; d. Bet. 1838 – 1839<i><sup>1</sup></i>. Notes for WILLIAM HARRISON GOODMAN: Family Bible</li>
</ol>
<h2><i>Generation No. 2</i><br />
    </h2>
<p><b>2.</b> <br />
    MC ELYEA ‘MACK’<sup>3</sup> GOODMAN<i> (JOHN LOWRY</i><sup>2</sup><i>,<br />
    JOHN</i><sup>1</sup><i>)<sup>2,3</sup></i> was born 04 March 1825 in Daviess<br />
    County, Indiana<i><sup>3</sup></i>, and died Bef. 10 August 1904 in<br />
    Pittsburg Co, Oklahoma<i><sup>3</sup></i>.  He married<br />
    (1) LYDIA TAYLOR<i><sup>3</sup></i> 17 September 1843 in Dubois County,<br />
    Indiana<i><sup>3</sup></i>, daughter of OBEDIAH TAYLOR and DEBORAH MAIN. <br />
    She was born 12 February 1824 in Indiana<i><sup>3</sup></i>, and died<br />
    16 February 1858 in Knox Co., Indiana<i><sup>3</sup></i>. <br />
    He married (2) LOUISA CORN<i><sup>3</sup></i> 21 October 1858 in<br />
    Dubois County, Indiana<i><sup>3</sup></i>.  She was born<br />
    1840 in Indiana<i><sup>3</sup></i>, and died Abt. 1876 in Arkansas<i><sup>3</sup></i>. <br />
    He married (3) REBECCA J. DAILEY<i><sup>3</sup></i> 09 July 1878 in<br />
    Ripley County, MO<i><sup>3</sup></i>.  She was born Abt.<br />
    1841 in TN<i><sup>3</sup></i>.</p>
<p>Notes for MC ELYEA<br />
    ‘MACK’ GOODMAN: </p>
<p>Dubois Co., IN<br />
    Marriage Book A, Page 33 <br />
    1850 Dubois Co., IN census. <br />
    1860 Knox Co., IN census. <br />
    Family Bible of John Lowry Goodman and Amilla Hulen. <br />
    1870 Dubois Co., IN census <br />
    1880 Wabash Co., IL census – with 3rd wife, Rebecca ______? </p>
<p>    McElyea was supposedly the father of 19 children by his first two wives, but<br />
    evidently several had died at birth.</p>
<p>Dubois Co,IN land<br />
    deeds Book 11, pg. 390. Acting as guardian for Lydia Taylor Goodman’s five<br />
    children, McElyea sells the land they inheirited from their Grandfather,<br />
    Obediah Taylor, to Christian Froman on 30 Dec 1862 in Sale of Obediah<br />
    Taylor’s land., Dubois Co., IN</p>
<p>MCELYEA GOODMAN<br />
    Warrantee Name: Document #: 31474<br />
    Issue Date: August 1, 1844<br />
    Acres: 40<br />
    Land Office: VINCENNES<br />
    NESW 26/ 5-N 8-W No 2nd PM IN KNOX<br />
    you can view it here: http://www.glorecords.blm.gov</p>
<p>McEyled Goodman &<br />
    wife Louisa of Dubois Co, IN sell land to Thomas GOODWIN 30-dec-1869 <br />
    BK R pg 583<br />The land is in Daviess Co, IN in Hudsonville, IN which is in<br />
    present day Daviess Co, IN.
    </p>
<p>Knox Co, IN deeds.</p>
<p>Bk<br />
    pg names date <br />
    n343/344 McELYED GOODMAN &wife Lydia to Jonathan Brentlinger wit: John<br />
    L. GOODMAN 3-Feb-1844 <br />
    R-62 USA to McELyed GOODMAN 10-Dec-1844 recorded 31-Jul-1850 <br />
    R-584<br />
    R-584 James GOODMAN of Daviess (no wife) to John L. GOODMAN 4-May-1840 rec:<br />
    20-Oct-1851 </p>
<p>More About MC ELYEA<br />
    ‘MACK’ GOODMAN:<br />
    Census: 1870, DuBois Co., IN<i><sup>3</sup></i> </p>
<p>Event: 30 December<br />
    1862, Sale of Obediah Taylor’s land., Dubois Co., IN</p>
<p>Notes for LYDIA<br />
    TAYLOR:<br />
    Information from: Mrs. Marjorie Moore <br />
    Vigo Township, Knox Co., IN</p>
<p>More About LYDIA<br />
    TAYLOR:<br />
    Burial: Abt. 17 February 1858, Oddfellow Cem, Knox County, Indiana<i><sup>3</sup></i> 
    </p>
<p>Notes for LOUISA<br />
    CORN:<br />
    DAUGHER OF JESSE (?) CORN AND AGNES MAXEY. INFO FROM: <br />
    1860 KNOX CO., IN CENSUS <br />
    1870 DUBOIS CO., IN CENSUS <br />
    1880 WABASH, IL CENSUS <br />
    MARRIAGE RECORDS OF DUBOIS COUNTY, IN. <br />
    DEATH CERTIFICATE OF SHERMAN GOODMAN</p>
<p>Notes for REBECCA J.<br />
    DAILEY:<br />
    1880 Census – both parents born TN<br />
    1880 Wabash Co, IL census (Wabash Precinct).</p>
<p>Children of MC<br />
    GOODMAN and LYDIA TAYLOR are: </p>
<ol>
<li>DEBORAH ANN<sup>4</sup> GOODMAN<i><sup>3</sup></i>, b. 26 July 1845,<br />
    Dubois County, Indiana<i><sup>3</sup></i>; d. 01 December 1922<i><sup>3</sup></i>.<br />
    Notes for DEBORAH ANN GOODMAN:<br />
    MARRIED 8 OCT 1863, JOHN SIMONSON. <br />
    INFO FROM DEBORAH’S DEATH CERTIFICATE<br />
    More About DEBORAH ANN GOODMAN:<br />
    Burial: Springerton, Hamilton Co, Illinois<i><sup>3</sup></i></li>
<li>JOHN RILEY GOODMAN<i><sup>3</sup></i>, b. Abt. 1848, Dubois County,<br />
    Indiana<i><sup>3</sup></i>; d. 07 February 1897<i><sup>3</sup></i>.<br />
    Notes for JOHN RILEY GOODMAN:<br />
    MARRIED (1) 4 MARCH 1866, ELIZABETH CORN MARRIED (2) SEPT 12 OR<br />
    DEC 9 1875, JOSEPHINE FRAZIER.</p>
<p>				More About JOHN RILEY GOODMAN:<br />
    Burial: Whitney, Hill County, Texas<i><sup>3</sup></i>
		</li>
<li>OBEDIAH GOODMAN, b. 26 December 1848, Dubois County, Indiana;
<p>				d. 18<br />
    May 1923, Pittsburg Co, Oklahoma.</p>
</li>
<li>ROBERT D. GOODMAN<i><sup>3</sup></i>, b. 1849, Dubois County, Indiana<i><sup>3</sup></i>.</li>
<li>ISAAC K. GOODMAN<i><sup>3</sup></i>, b. 1855, Dubois County, Indiana<i><sup>3</sup></i>.</li>
</ol>
<p>Children of MC<br />
    GOODMAN and LOUISA CORN are: </p>
<ol start=
  • EMERY4 GOODMAN3, b. 12 August 1860,
    Indiana3; d. 19253.
    Notes for EMERY GOODMAN:
    MARRIED 11 AUG 1881, SARAH J. COX.
    More About EMERY GOODMAN:
    Burial: Bruceville, Knox County, Indiana3
  • SIMPSON GOODMAN3, b. 1863, Indiana3;
    d. Aft. 19103.
    Notes for SIMPSON GOODMAN:
    MARRIED SARAH _________?
  • NANCY J. GOODMAN3, b. 1868, Indiana3;
    d. Abt. 1892, Oklahoma3.
    Notes for NANCY J. GOODMAN:
    THE STORY OF NANCY’S DEATH IS THAT SHE WAS NOT FEELING WELL ONE
    DAY, BUT HER FATHER INSISTED SHE GO TO WORK IN THE COTTON
    FIELDS. SHE DIED FROM THE HEAT.
  • SAMUEL GOODMAN3, b. 1869, Indiana3.
  • WILLIAM SHERMAN GOODMAN3, b. 16 January 1871,
    Indiana3; d. 23 April 19513; m. (1) MARY
    E. ____?, Abt. 18993; m. (2) MARY ‘MOLLY’ EDWARDS3,
    Abt. 18993; b. July 1873, MO3.
    Notes for WILLIAM SHERMAN GOODMAN:
    1900 Choctaw Naton (Pittsburg Co., OK):
    Sherman Goodman b Dec 1872 IN fb IN mb IN married 1/2?yr occupation =
    farmer;race = white
    – wife Mary E b Jul 1873 MO fb KY mb TN
    – step son William E Bedford? b June 1891 AR fb MO mb GA
    – step son Harry b Apr 1894 IT fb MO mb GA
    – step dau Maggie b Feb 1896 IT fb MO mb GA
    – step day Bertie? b jul 1898 IT fb MO mb GA
    More About WILLIAM SHERMAN GOODMAN:
    Burial: Ellet Mem Cem, Akron, Ohio3
    Notes for MARY ‘MOLLY’ EDWARDS:
    From 1900 census, Pittsburg Co., OK. She b. MO, father b. KY, mother b. TN.
  • AGNES ANN GOODMAN3, b. 26 December 1875, Arkansas3;

    d. 22 March 1954, Oaktown, Knox County, Indiana3;
    m.
    ALBERT C. PASSWATER3, 04 July 18973.
    More About AGNES ANN GOODMAN:
    Burial: Abt. 24 March 1954, Oaktown, Knox County, Indiana3

  • 3. 
    MARTHA JANE3 GOODMAN (JOHN LOWRY2,
    JOHN
    1)3 was born 15 November 1833 in
    Edwardsport, Knox County, Indiana3, and died 04 September
    1910 in Thayer, Oregon Co., Missouri3.
    She married CHRISTOPHER PICKLE3 13 December 1853 in Knox
    Co, IN3. He was born Abt. 1827 in IN3,
    and died 3.
    Notes for MARTHA JANE GOODMAN:
    Burial in the Thayer, Oregon Co., MO Cemetery.

    Notes for CHRISTOPHER PICKLE: Obituary of his widow, Martha.

    Marriage Notes for MARTHA GOODMAN and CHRISTOPHER PICKLE:
    Diary of William Hall gives the 1853 date – the obituary of Martha Goodman
    Pickle says that they married in 1850.

    Children of MARTHA
    GOODMAN and CHRISTOPHER PICKLE are:

    1. ROSE BELLE4 PICKLE3, b. 12 March 1855,
      IN3; d. 03 March 1931, Onaga, KS3;
      m.
      SAMUEL A. KASSELL3, 1873, Vincennes, IN3;
      d. 1910, Thayer, Oregon Co., MO3.
      Notes for ROSE BELLE PICKLE:
      1860 Census, Daviess Co., IN (Steele Twp).
      Burial in Onaga Cemetery.
      Some discrepancy as Rosa and Samuel supposedly lived in St.
      Louis, MO for 6 years, then Helena, AR for 14 years before
      moving to Thayer, AR, but know that Rosa’s mother, Martha
      Goodman Pickle, died in Thayer in 1910 at Rosa’s home.
      More About ROSE BELLE PICKLE:
      Residence: 1910, Thayer, Oregon Co., MO3
      Marriage Notes for ROSE PICKLE and SAMUEL KASSELL:
      Mother’s obituary.
    2. JOHN LUCAS PICKLE, b. 24 January 1857, Decatur, IL; d. 10 February
      1912.
    3. WILLIAM R. PICKLE3, b. 10 July 18603;
      d. Bef. 19103.

    4. OBEDIAH4 GOODMAN (MC ELYEA ‘MACK’3,
    JOHN LOWRY
    2, JOHN1)3 was
    born 26 December 1848 in Dubois County, Indiana3, and died
    18 May 1923 in Pittsburg Co, Oklahoma3.
    He married (1) MARGARET JANE GOLDMAN3 19 January
    1875 in Indiana3.
    She was born 05 November 1852 in Kentucky3, and died 09 April 1890 in Arkansas3.
    He married (2) MARY ELIZABETH RUTLEDGE3
    11 October 1890 in Arkansas3, daughter of JOHN RUTLEDGE and ELIZABETH ROARK.
    She was born 01 December 1870 in Texas County, Missouri3, and
    died 06 June 1947 in Pittsburg Co, Oklahoma3.

    Notes for OBEDIAH GOODMAN:
    Tombstone is marked ‘O.B. Goodman’. Information from ‘Pittsburg County, OK
    Cemetery Records, Northwest section, VOL I, published by the Pittsburg
    County Genealogical and Historical Society.
    1860 Knox County, IN. census
    1900 IT Census – Choctaw Nation:
    1910 Oklahoma census.

    (1900) Obidar? Goodman b Dec 1848 IN fb IN mb IN married 10 years race = white; occupation
    farmer
    – Wife Mary E b Dec 1871 MO fb MO mb KY married 10 years race = white;
    mother of 3 children with two living
    – Son John L b Sep 1879 IN fb IN mb IN
    – Dau Della M b Oct 1881 AR fb IN mb IN
    – son Lee Oliver b Nov 1883 AR fb IN mb IN
    – Son William R b Jun 1888 AR fb IN mb IN
    – dau Gracie b Jul 1895 AR fb IN mb MO
    – Dau Ida b 1900 IT fb IN mb MO
    – Dau Dora Cockrun b Sep 1875 IN fb IN mb IN

    More About OBEDIAH
    GOODMAN:
    Burial: Lone Grove Cem, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma3

    More About MARY
    ELIZABETH RUTLEDGE:
    Burial: Lone Grove Cem, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma3

    Children of OBEDIAH
    GOODMAN and MARGARET GOLDMAN are:

    1. DORA ANN5 GOODMAN3, b. 07 September
      1875, Indiana3; d. Redwood City, CA;
      m. WILLIAM R. COCKRUM3,
      prob. Pittsburg Co., OK3; d. Pittsburg Co., OK.
    2. EDWARD TRUMAN ‘EDDIE’ GOODMAN3, b. 26 April 1877,
      Indiana3; d. 09 April 1892.
    3. JOHN L. GOODMAN3, b. 28 September 1879, Indiana3.
    4. DELLA MAY GOODMAN3, b. 09 October 1881, Probably,
      Arkansas3;
      d. lived Denison, TX; m. _____ FORD.
    5. OLIVER LEA GOODMAN3, b. 25 November 1883, Arkansas3.
    6. LAYVELL GOODMAN, b. 28 August 1885; d. 21 July 1888.
    7. WILLIAM RUSEL GOODMAN3, b. 04 June 1888, Arkansas3.

    Children of OBEDIAH
    GOODMAN and MARY RUTLEDGE
    are:

    1. INFANT BOY5 GOODMAN333.
    2. GRACE GOODMAN3, b. 16 July 1895, Noble Co.,
      Arkansas3; d. 19793;
      m. (1) ROLLEY LEVI
      EVANS; m. (2) J.D. MAYNORD.
    3. EFFIE GOODMAN3, b. 02 August 18973;
      d. 20 November 1898.
    4. IDA GOODMAN3, b. 16 January 1900, Oklahoma3;
      d. 20 February 1931, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma3.
      More About IDA GOODMAN:
      Burial: Lone Grove Cem, Pittsburg County, Oklahoma3
    5. IVY GOODMAN3, b. 19 October 19013;
      d. 16 October 1903.
    6. ARBY TEEN GOODMAN3, b. 10 December 1905, Oklahoma3;

      m. JAMES PHILLIP MARTIN3,
      04 August 1925, Mc Alester, Pittsburg Co, Oklahoma3;
      b. 04
      August 1902, Douglas Co, Missouri3; d. 28 April 1994,
      Scipio, OK3.

    7. RABY GOODMAN3, b. 27 April 1908, Pittsburg Co,
      Oklahoma3; d. 16 July 1993, Amarillo, TX3;

      m. ROY LEE MARTIN3,
      19 August 1924, Mc Alester, Pittsburg Co, Oklahoma3;
      b. 19
      March 1905, Douglas Co, Missouri3; d. 25 November 1987,
      Amarillo, Potter Co, Texas3.

    5. JOHN LUCAS4 PICKLE (MARTHA JANE3
    GOODMAN, JOHN LOWRY
    2, JOHN1)3
    was born 24 January 1857 in Decatur, IL3, and died 10
    February 19123.
    He married DRUSCILLA B. TALBERT3 21 November 1889 in Ash Flat, AR3,
    daughter of FREDERICK TALBERT and LUCINDA RICKETTS.  She
    was born 06 September 1869 in Norfolk, Baxter Co., AR3,
    and died 09 September 19063.

    Notes for JOHN LUCAS PICKLE:
    1860 census, Daviess Co., IN (Steele Twp.)
    His Mother’s obituary.
    Moved Moved to Cabool, MO.
    Burial in the Cabool City Cemetery.
    John and Lucinda lived near Hardy, AR before moving to Thayer,MO.

    More About JOHN
    LUCAS PICKLE:
    Occupation: John was a harness maker by trade and worked for the McDowell –3
    Residence: 1910, Decatur, AR3

    Notes for DRUSCILLA
    B. TALBERT:
    She was the only child of her parents.
    Burial in Clifton Cemetery, 2 miles from Thayer, MO.

    Children of JOHN
    PICKLE and DRUSCILLA TALBERT are:

    1. ETHEL5 PICKLE3, b. 22 September 1890,
      Ash Flat, AR3; d. 21 December 18923.
      Notes for ETHEL PICKLE: Buried at Ash Flat, AR
    2. SAMUEL C. PICKLE3, b. 20 September 1892, Ash Flat,
      AR3; d. 16 February 18933.
      Notes for SAMUEL C. PICKLE:
      Buried at Ash Flat, AR.
    3. CLARENCE PICKLE3, b. 05 April 1895, Ash Flat, AR3;
      d. 13 September 18963.
      Notes for CLARENCE PICKLE:
      Buried at Ash Flat, AR.
    4. FREDERICK ORION PICKLE3, b. 18 August 1896, Hardy,
      AR3.
      Notes for FREDERICK ORION PICKLE: From: Mike Zabel, Wamego, KS :
      Frederick joined the U.S. Army and became
      engaged in World War I in France. He was a Corporal in
      rank and belonged to the Company K, 61st Infantry. He was stationed in
      France for 18 months. In one of the most important and
      bloodiest battles of the war, the Battles of St. Miheil and the Argonne
      Forrest, he was wounded in the back and arm on October 18, 1918.
      At first, he was hospitalized in Paris, France, then later was
      transferred to Camp Gordon, Georgia. He fully recovered
      and was discharged. Over 50 years later, he was given
      the Purple Heart Award. After being released, he went to live with his Aunt
      Rose Kassell who was living with her daughter Mrs. Addie Taylor in Onaga,
      Kansas. There he worked for the Missouri and Union Pacific railroads.
      He eventually met Elizabeth Jane Elliott , who was a lst cousin once
      removed of Addie Taylor’s husband Albert. On February
      21, 1921, they were married. They lived at Onaga,
      Wheaton, and Frankfort, until 1930 when they moved to Jamestown, Kansas.
      After 20 years for working for the railroad, he quit and started a
      carpenter business in Jamestown, until he retired. On
      February 12, 1965, Elizabeth Pickle died. Ten years
      later, Frederick remarried and moved back to Cabool, Missouri. He died June
      15, 1982 in Springfield, Missouri and is buried by Elizabeth in Jamestown
      Cemetery.
      Frederick and Elizabeth Pickle had 7 children.
    5. WILLIAM GUILLE PICKLE3, b. 01 August 1898, Ash
      Flat, AR3; d. 23 February 1967, Bakersfield, CA3;

      m. DOTTIE WILSON3, September 19193.
      Notes for WILLIAM GUILLE PICKLE: Buried at Greenlawn Cemetery, Bakersfield, CA.
      Made his home with the H. G. Shamonoi family after the death of his father.
      More About WILLIAM GUILLE PICKLE: Occupation: Engaged in oil field work.3

    6. ROSA JANE PICKLE3, b. 08 March 1904, Thayer, Oregon
      Co., MO3; d. December 1984, Hobart, OK3;
      m. WAYNE BLACKBURN3, Abt. 19213.
      Notes for ROSA JANE PICKLE: Burial in Hobart, OK.
      Adopted after the death of her father by Evan and Myrtle Hawley.

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