Welcome to Greenpickup dot us

Welcome! This site is dedicated to my ancestors and to all of their descendants. While my father was a Pickle (Pickel*) and my mother a Bartlett, we're all part of many other families. Through family research I've met many "cousins" with whom I've shared information.

 

In particular, this site is focused on the lines descended from the following men of documented ancestry:

 

Pickle: William Pickle, 1776-1866, Anderson Co., South Carolina

Bartlett: Nicholas Bartlett, b. 1642, Normandy (France); d. c. 1690, Kent Co. Maryland

Brown: Francis Marion Brown, b. 1833, St. Clair Co. Alabama, d. 1900, Henderson Co. Texas

Broyles: Johannes (Breyel/Breuel) , b. 1679, Dußlingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany , d. 1733, Spotsylvania, Virginia
Anderson: Capt. John Anderson, b. 1732, Glasgow, Scotland, d. 1781, Camden, Kershaw County, South Carolina

Holland: John Holland, b. 1766, Prince George County, Virginia , d. 1842, Sumter County, Alabama

Ingram: David Ingram, b. <1775 Ireland, d. 1828, Wilkinson Co. Georgia

It is my hope that this web site and it's associated pages and links will be a source of edification, clarification and pleasure to all who visit. Come often; participate, learn, share your knowledge, challange my data and meet long-lost cousins.

   
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Pickle Family DNA Project (calling all Pickel/Pickle males)
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  Robert Hugh, Jr. & Theretta Lena Bartlett Pickel (1937)  

* Throughout the history of my family, the spelling of the last name has been, shall we say, "flexible" as far back as the 18th Century, with records of each generation found where both Pickle and Pickel spelling was used. My own grandfather and most of our cousins spelled the name "Pickle," but my father always spelled his last name "Pickel." Yet even on my parents marriage license the name was spelled "Pickle."

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