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I've "rescued" two old photographs belonging to the PICKENPAUGH Family of
Missouri and Iowa. The first is one of Chloe and Cloyd PICKENPAUGH which
was taken at the Hafstead Studio in Unionville, MO. The photograph appears
to have been taken in the early 1900's with the two likely in their teens or
20's at the time. In addition to their names, someone has also written
"Uncle Poly PICKENPAUGH'S children" on the back of the photograph. The
second photograph is one of Todd PICKENPAUGH which was taken at the Von
Slagle Studio in Centerville, IA. This photograph was also likely taken in
the 1890's or early 1900's with Todd appearing to be in his 20's at the
time. In addition to his name, someone has written "Mom's Half Brother" on
the back of the photograph.
Based on limited research and thanks to the help of a PICKENPAUGH Family
member I've gathered the following information regarding the family members
Cloyd A. PICKENPAUGH was b. 7 Nov 1879 in Milan, MO, the son of Napoleon and
Mary "Polly" Lucinda PICKENPAUGH. Cloyd married Lula May ROBINSON (b. 28
Jun 1883 in Milan, MO-d. 13 Jul 1961) in 1901 and together they had 4
children including, Venita or Vinita V. PICKENPAUGH DICKERSON MAWSON (b. 28
Apr 1902 in Daviess Co. MO-1968); Pansy Lee (b. 16 May 1903 in MO-1918);
Thomas Chester (b. 24 Oct 1909 in Daviess Co. MO-1981); and Beatrice
PICKENPAUGH WALLACH (b. 18 Feb 1912 in Daviess Co MO-1984). Daughter Venita
or Vinita married twice, first to Richard T. DICKERSON in 1923 and second to
Earl Amos MAWSON before 1940, it does not appear that she had children with
either husband. Daughter Pansy died in the 1918 flu epidemic. Son Thomas
married Isabelle sometime before 1940 and later divorced without having
children, he died in California in 1981. Beatrice graduated from Missouri
State Teachers College and taught first grade for 32 years. Beatrice had
three children, Brenda; Lucinda; and Erika and lived in Modesto, CA. Cloyd
died 1 or 3 Aug 1921 in Moberly, MO and is buried in the Pattonsburg
Memorial Gardens in Pattonsburg, MO.
Chloe Ann PICKENPAUGH FLESHMAN was b. 14 Dec 1885 in Putnam Co., MO, the
daughter of Napoleon Bonaparte Martin PICKENPAUGH (b. 20 Jan 1851 in Sharon
Township, Noble Co. OH son of Jacob Wayne PICKENPAUGH and Elizabeth Jane
WALTERS-1946) and Mary Lucinda GRAY (b. 1855 in MO-1945). Chloe and Cloyd
appear to be the only two children born to this couple. Chloe married Guy
Eddie FLESHMAN (b. 20 Jan 1886-d. 20 Jun 1970) on 3 May 1910 in Lucerne, MO
and together they had six children including, daughters, Myrtle Ann FLESHMAN
(1915-2005) and Bernadean, and a son William Wayne FLESHMAN who may have
been Guy's son from an earlier marriage as his birth date is listed as 1902.
Chloe died 15 Feb 1953 in Unionville, MO and is buried in the Unionville
Cemetery in Unionville, MO.
Chloe's daughter Myrtle married Leonard A. FUENFHAUSEN in 1946 and they had
a daughter, Annetta who is mentioned in her Mother's obit as Annetta HAMLIN.
She appears to have gone to high school in Huntsville, MO and may have lived
in Jefferson City, MO as well. Her sister Bernadean married David TARABA
and was living in Pueblo, CO when her Mother died and may also have lived in
Census records provide the following details:
1880 census of Jackson Township, Putnam Co. MO:
N. P. PICKENPAUGH, age 27, a Farmer born OH, parents born OH
Mary L. PICKENPAUGH, wife, age 24, Keeping House, born MO, parents born OH
Cloyd A. PICKENPAUGH, son, age 6 months, born Nov, born MO
1900 census of Jackson Township, Putnam Co., MO:
Martin PICKENPAUGH, age 47, born Jan 1853, married 21 years, born OH,
parents born PA/OH, a Farmer
Lucinda PICKENPAUGH, wife, age 44, born Dec 1855, married 21 years, 2
children/2 living, born MO, parents born OH
Cloid PICKENPAUGH, son, age 20, born Nov 1879, born MO
Clo PICKENPAUGH, dau, age 14, born Dec 1885, born MO, at School
Blanche QUIGLEY, niece, age 8, born Jun 1892, born MO, parents born IA/MO,
1900 census of Grant Township, Putnam Co. MO:
Jacob PICKENPAUGH, age 71, born Apr 1829, born OH, parents born PA, a Farmer
Angeline PICKENPAUGH, wife, age 58, born Feb 1842, married 13 years, no
children, born WV, parents born Canada/WV
Cloyd B. PICKENPAUGH, grandson, age 20, born Oct 1879, born MO, parents born
MO, a Farm Laborer
Golda QUIGLEY, granddau, age 12, born Feb 1888, born IA, parents born IA/MO
1910 census of Jackson Township, Putnam Co. MO:
Pollo PICKENPAUGH, age 57, married 31 years, born OH, parents born OH, a
Mary L. PICKENPAUGH, wife, age 54, married 31 years, 2 children/2 living,
born MO, parents born OH
Cloe PICKENPAUGH, dau, age 24, born MO
Blanche QUIGLEY, niece, age 17, born MO, parents born IA/MO
Cloud PICKENPAUGH, age 29, married 9 years, born MO, parents born MO/OH, a
Lulla M. PICKENPAUGH, wife, age 26, married 9 years, 3 children/3 living,
born MO, parents born MO
Vanicata M. PICKENPAUGH, dau, age 8, born MO
Pasey L. PICKENPAUGH, dau, age 6, born MO
Thomas C. PICKENPAUGH, son, age 6 months, born MO
1920 census of Pattonsburg City, MO:
Cloyd A. PICKENPAUGH, age 40, born MO, parents born MO, a Railroad Laborer
Lula M. PICKENPAUGH, wife, age 36, born MO, parents born MO
Vinita M. PICKENPAUGH, dau, age 17, born MO
Chester G. PICKENPAUGH, son, age 10, born MO
Beatrice PICKENPAUGH, dau, age 9, born MO
1920 census of Jackson, MO:
Guy E. FLESHMAN, age 33, born MO, parents born VA/OH, a Farmer
Chloe A. FLESHMAN, wife, age 34, born MO, parents born MO/IA
Myrtle A. FLESHMAN, dau, age 4 years + 3 months, born MO
James D. FLESHMAN, father, age 77, a widower, born VA, parents born VA
1940 census of Jackson Township, Putnam Co. MO:
Guy FLESHMAN, age 54, born MO, a Farmer
Chloe FLESHMAN, wife, age 54, born MO
Bernadeen FLESHMAN, dau, age 17, born MO
N. B. PICKENPAUGH, father, age 87, born OH
Mary PICKENPAUGH, mother, age 84, born MO
I am hoping to locate someone from the family so that the photographs can be
returned to the care of family. If you are a member of this family, or you
know someone who might be, please contact me.
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