43. MINOR/MINARD/MYNDART PICKEL1,9 was born on 6 July 1787 in Lebanon Township, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.1 He was christened on 17 March 1788 in Oldwick, Hunterdon County, New Jersey.1 He died before 1850 at the age of 63 in Schuyler County, Illinois.1
Baptism witnesses were the child's parents; Abraham and wife Peggi.
I believe Minard and Barbara were first cousins. Minister said to be Lenaham.
Hunterdon Co NJ Deeds
Vol. 25, p.417 7 May 1816 Minnard Pickle of Readington to Baltus A. Pickle for $2000, land purchased of Abraham Pickle, my father. Wit: Abraham Pickle, Simon Pickle, Margaret Pickle.
Special Deeds, Vol 2, p.22
29 Nov 1828 Barbara Pickle, wife of Minor Pickle of Franklin Co OH to Baltus A. Pickle. Quit Claim to 120 acres in Readington, Hunterdon Co, conveyed by my husband, Minor Pickle to Baltus A. Pickle on 2 Mar 1816. City of Columbus, OH.
The 1826 Chattell Tax for Perry Twp, Franklin Co, Ohio, lists Minor Pickle. [Also Stephen Avery]
In 1830, Minard Pickle was in Perry Twp, Franklin Co, Ohio. He was listed as age 40-50 with 1 male 15-20 and one under 5 - the females weren't transcribed. He was 43. I believe the male under 5 was Isaac and he may also have had an older son, the one 15-20 born between Margaret and Anna.
He was next door to Benjamin West who had married Anne Avery, a daughter of Daniel Avery.
Later deeds listed will show that Minor Pickle was in Schuyler Co before June of 1836,
In 1840, Minor Pickle is listed in Precinct #2 of Schuyler Co Illinois. 1m 50-60 [Minard], 1m 10-15 [Isaac], 1m 20-30 [possible older son as above], 1f 50-60 [Barbara] and 1f 10-15 [Betsey].
Also present in Schuyler Co were his sons in law, Seeley Owen, Elisha Wilcox, William Avery, and Minor Lynn.
Served on a Petit Jury, March 1840 and was paid $4.50 for six days.
Minor Pickle is listed in the Illinois Public Domain Land Tract Sales with a total of 280 acres in Schuyler Co. The following tracts issued to Minor, Isaac, and Elizabeth Pickle add up to 279 acres.
Land Records 1844, 977.3475 R2s, Family History Library
Beuna Vista Twp 2 N, Range 2 W
Minor Pickle, 39 acres, SE 1/4 of SW 1/4, Section 19
[Note: This tract was issued to Isaac Pickle, 1 Oct 1845]
Land Patents, Bureau of Land Management.
3 Nov 1840 to Minor Pickle:
80 acres. SW 1/4 of the SE 1/4, Section 25, Twp 2N, Range 3W and the NW 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of Section 36, also in Twp 2N, Range 3W.
80 acres, the W 1/2 of the SW 1/4, Section 26, Twp 2N, Range 3W.
The Index to Government Lands, LDS Microfilm #1311517, Item #1 has slightly different dates. The 80 acres in Section 36 is shown as being that of Minor Pickle, 10 May 1836 and the 80 acres in Section 26 was dated 12 Mar 1839.
Also in Section 26, T2N, R3W was 40 acres, the SW 1/4 of the SW quarter, 4 May 1836.
The lands in Section 36 - the 80 acres, which was the North half of the Northeast quarter, is interesting, because Stephen Avery owned the south half of the Northeast quarter - both received their patents in November of 1840.
On the same date, 3 Nov 1840, to Elizabeth Pickle, apparently his daughter:
80 acres. The NE 1/4 of the SW 1/4, Section 25, and the NW 1/4 of the SE 1/4, Section 25, both in Twp 2N, Range 3W.
The Index to Government Lands, LDS Microfilm #1311517, Item #1 has slightly different dates Elizabeth Pickle's 80 acres - Nov 24, 1838
Schuyler County's Deed Book D revealed that Minor held mortgages on the property of a number of people - several were filed on the same day. Those that had paid notations were not paid in a timely manner, but Minor must have given them leeway.
p.299 25 Jun 1836 William Wilson. $120. Security was the SE & NW Quarters of the SE Quarter of Section 3, T2N, R3W. Pay within one year. Wit: L. Lusk
Note in margin: Paid 24 Sep 1841; signed Minor Pickel
p.300 25 Jun 1836 John Taggert $480 Security: The NW 1/4 of Section 25, T2N, R3W. Pay within one year. Wit: H. Fellows
p. 301 25 Jun 1836 Alexander W. Ross & Margaret Ross. $300. Security was the East half of the NW 1/4, Section 15, T2N, R2W and 20 acres, the North end of the East 1/2 of the SW 1/4 of the same section. Pay in one year.
Note in margin: Paid 29 Dec 1843.
p.302 25 Jun 1836 Hiram Louderback. $330. Lots of ground: East 1/2 of the NW Quarter, Section 19, T2N - 106.66 acres. Also the East 1/2 of the NE Quarter of the same Section.
Note in margin. Know all men by these presents that I James B. Anderson a Special Commissioner appointee of the Circuit Court for the county of Schuyler for the purpose of decree pronounced at the April Term of said Court do hereby as in said decree direct entire statis factum of the Mortgage here recorded. Given under my hand and Seal this 15th day of september AD 1851. James L. Anderson
p.303 Solomon Wixom & wife [who was Sarah "Sally" Avery, daughter of Daniel Avery]
$120. The South 1/2 of the NE Quarter of Section 6, T1N, R2W - 71.78 acres. Signed: Solomon Wixom, Sarah (X) Wixom. Wit: James W. Riley
Note in Margin. Having received full satisfaction, release the same. 10 Feb 1840, signed; Minor Pickle. Wit: Robt. A. Glenn
p.469 Mortgage of John Williams [failed to note date but had to be about the same time as the above]. $60. The NE 1/4 of Section 24, T2N, R3W - 140 acres. To pay before 1 Jun 1837. Wit: Henry B. Bartholf, JP
Deed Book E
p.249 Mortgage of Henry J. Norval filed 9 Jan 1837. $60 - the SW 1/2 of the SE 1/4 of Section 22, T3N, R4W. Pay in one year.
p.250 Luke Owen. Filed 9 Jan 1837. $40. 20 acres the North end of the West 1/2 of the SW Quarter of Section 25, T2N, R3W. Pay in one year.
p.251 Seeley Owen. Filed 9 Jan 1837. $40. 20 acres the South end of the West 1/2 of the SW Quarter, Section 25. [Luke and Seeley apparently shared a 40-acre tract. Seeley Owen married Minor Pickle's daughter Elizabeth, 1847.]
Note in Margin: Paid 21 July/Jany 1839 Signed, Minor Pickle
p.274 Ethan Owen. 21 Jany 1837. $100. The West 1/2 of the SE Quarter, Section 25, T2N, R3W. Pay in one year. [seems to overlap with Seeley and Luke, but acreage not given]
Minor/Minard/Myndart PICKEL and BARBARA MELLICK FARLEY were married on 15 December 1807 in Hunterdon County, New Jersey.1,10 BARBARA MELLICK FARLEY, daughter of ISAAC FARLEY and ANNETJE "Anna' MELICK, was born about 1788 in Hunterdon County, New Jersey.1
Found in WorldConnect file:
Hunterdon Co. New Jersey Deeds, Special Deeds vol. 2. page 22 Barbara
Pickle, wife of Minor Pickle of Franklin Co, State of Ohio, for $1.00 of
Baltus A. Pickle, quit claim, to 120 acres in Readington, Hunterdon Co.
conveyed by my husband, Minor Pickle to Baltus A. Pickle, March 2, 1816,
Dated Nov. 29, 1828. City of Columbus, Ohio Recorded in 1828
Barbara was living with her daughter, Margaret Pickle Avery, in 1850.
Minor/Minard/Myndart PICKEL and BARBARA MELLICK FARLEY had the following children:
|William PICKEL was born about 1817. |
An older male is found in both the 1830 and 1840 Censuses. I think he is not Isaac - see notes for Isaac.
Was there a son named William? I found this note on FamilySearch.org:
Sold daughter Mary and husband Minor Lynn a parcel of land for $1.00 which was designated to go upon their deaths to eldest son William. (Name is spelled "Linn" in this document) But does mean Mindart & Barbara's eldest son William or their grandson, son of daughter Mary & Minor Lynn?) It is true that there is a quit claim deed which may be similar to this one and perhaps this one could be found in the same place:
Hunterdon Co. New Jersey Deeds, Special Deeds vol. 2. page 22 Barbara Pickle, wife of Minor Pickle of Franklin Co, State of Ohio, for $1.00 of Baltus A. Pickle, quit claim, to 120 acres in Readington, Hunterdon Co. conveyed by my husband, Minor Pickle to Baltus A. Pickle, March 2, 1816, Dated Nov. 29, 1828. City of Columbus, Ohio Recorded in 1828.
By 1840, Myndart Pickel and all four of his sons-in-law were living in Schuyler Co, IL - there is no other male Pickel in residence. I suspect that the eldest son was deceased - likely never married.
|Isaac PICKLE1,11,12,13 was born in 1823 in Ohio.12 He died on 31 August 1906 at the age of 83 in Schuyler County, Illinois.12 |
Isaac is a bit of a puzzle. The records of Marietta Pickell give birth and place as 1810, Hunterdon Co, NJ. However, in Schuyler Co IL in 1860, there is an Isaac Pickle living in the household of Philo Avery, son of Margaret Pickle Avery - age 25 and born in Ohio. Isaac appears in 1870, living with Eliza Avery Irwin, a daughter of Margaret Pickle Avery - age 40, but born in Ohio. He was still with the Irwin's in 1880, age 50, b. Ohio, parents b. NJ.
I believe he is not the son in the earliest censuses, but is one of the younger children. He apparently had a mental disability.
Schuyler Co Almshouse:
Isaac Pickle - M - 69 - Servant - b. Illinois - Residence: Woodstock - Health: Good - Admitted: 1 Dec. 1892 - Property: none - Authority for admission: J. Emerick - Cause of Pauperism: Feeble mind - Date of discharge: 13 Jul. 1905 - Sent to South Bartonville, died Aug. 31, 1906
|Elizabeth Luther "Betsey" PICKEL.|