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|mike karns||Jennie Pickard|
To whom it may concern;
I am doing a family tree on pickard faimly, my Great grandmother was Jennie Nicodemus I don't know if this is the same person or not so I add some family history here for you to look at, please let me know. I was on Find a Grave and seen your notes.
Thanks for your time, Mike Karns
John Pickard (1858-1943) married;
Sarah Jane Catherine Nicodemus (Jenny)
Jenny had two sons Lewis & Roland Galyean by 1st husband.
She was born near Bradford, Ohio her father was 75 years old in 1900.
Her sister Hannah Bryant settled in Roundup, Montana with her husband.
Another sister, Frannie Metzger in Piqua, Ohio. Her brother Felton and wife Bella lived in Bradford, ohio.
John & Jennies son Harley was born in Woodstock, Ohio 29th Sept 1892.
Harley married Nina Marie Cobean June 16th.
Nina's father James Cobean married Mary Francis Lemunion they had two daughters Nina & Gladys (married name Sager).
Nina was born 15th June 1899 in Painsville, Ohio.
Harley's grandfather Stephan was in the Army during the civil war.
Aunt Nora was said to have his discharge papers.
John Pickard (1858-1943) obit;
John Pickard, the son of Stephen and Jane Pickard was born 15th day October 1858 in Portland, Indiana. He spent most of his life in the state of Indiana.
In 1880 he was married to Zora O Olive Macy. To this union was born one son, Harry Pickard.
On 26th Sept 1887, he was joined in wedlock to Jennie Nicodemus Galyean. To this union were born six children, Anna Ethel, William Due, Harley Mc kinley, Mary Elizabeth, Nora Alice and Charley Leland. He was always a loving husband and father.
Most of his life he worked as a timberman, work he loved to do most. In later years he loved to talk about his experience in this great work he loved. He was always an honest and upright man and loved by everyone whom he came in contact with.
On 2nd day feb 1943, he passed on to the great beyond at the age of 85 years, 3 months, and 17 days.
One son Charley Leland and one stepson, Roland Galyean preceeded him in death.
He leaves to mourn his loss, his wife, Jennie Pickard, three daughters, Anna Ethel Compton, Nora Alice Craver of Indianapolis, Indiana, and Mary Elizabeth Gaineof Detroit, Michigan.
Three sons, Harry of Muncie, William Due of Indanapolis and Harley McKinley of Dayton, ohio, one stepson Lewis Galyean of Indianapolis and one brother, charlie Pickard of Worthington, Indiana, seventeen grand children and eighteen great grand children. Also several nieces and a host og friends.
I thought I would try to get back in touch with you. I would love to see some pictures of Grandma Pickard. I have only one of both of them. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to talk.
Nancy Pickard Rupert
Added by NPR on Apr 02, 2013 11:42 AM
Laura, my email address is email@example.com if you want to leave a message. I'm so sorry you didn't have contact with our side of the family. I will tell you anything you want to know if I can.
Added by NPR on Nov 25, 2010 9:29 AM
|NPR||RE: Jennie Pickard|
My dad passed away in 1982. He had cancer. I barely remember Ted. Unfortunately, grandpa's care caused a lot of problems for the brothers and it ended up going to court. Therefore, we had little to no contact over the years until Uncle Lyman came to see us. My dad and Uncle Lyman made up, but Uncle Raymond never came around. He died somewhere in Florida. I have one picture of grandma and grandpa and an old blanket they used in their horse and buggy. I would love to be in contact with you and learn more or see pictures you may have. I am thrilled you found me!!
Added by NPR on Nov 24, 2010 6:50 PM
Yes, Jennie was Lyman's, Raymond's and Fred's mother. I am Fred's daughter thus Jennie was my grandmother. I do not remember her because she passed away when I was only two.
Added by NPR on Nov 24, 2010 7:08 AM