|Birth: ||Feb. 12, 1896|
|Death: ||Nov. 22, 1958|
Ernest Pinkney was the son of John Franklin and Mary Adeline Richardson Hess. He married Lois Prescott in 1919, Milam County, Texas. During the Great Depression, Ernest could not find a job, but hunted rabbits, birds, squirrels and fished. When the goverment opened the Civilian Conservation Corps, known as the CCC Camps, he went to work. It housed the men who worked and gave them job with small pay to work on public building projects.
April 1943, Ernest and his wife Lois lived in Fort Hood, Texas, where Lois died. Ernest remarried and moved to Dayton, Ohio where he died. The family buried him in Ohio but he has a grave stone with Lois at the Woodland Cemetery, Section 4-051.
Story by Evelyn Parker Hess
Ernest and Lois had two children and they were Bonnelle H. and Delbert Maurice Hess. His grandchildren were Crystal Ann, Jewell Lois and Ruby Jan Hess.
John Franklin Hess (1871 - 1918)
Mary Adeline Richardson Hess (1877 - 1905)
Lois Prescott Hess (1898 - 1944)*
Bonnelle H Hess Perkins (1922 - 1994)*
Delbert M. Hess (1924 - 2005)*
Ernest Pinkney Hess (1896 - 1958)
Emma L Hess (1900 - 1902)*
Walter Franklin Hess (1904 - 1977)*
William Jefferson Hess (1906 - 1972)**
Created by: Jewell
Record added: Feb 22, 2011
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