Ann’s Family

In October 2016, I made a trip to Missouri where many of Ann’s family are buried.

Her husband
John Pirtle grave marker, Sinking Creek Cemetery, Dade County, Missouri John Pirtle
Born 23 Aug 1808, North Carolina
Died 17 Nov 1864, Everton, Dade County, Missouri
Buried, Sinking Creek Cemetery, Dade County, Missouri
Her children
William M Pirtle grave marker, Shiloh Cemetery, Dade County, Missouri William M Pirtle
Born 1836, Tennessee
Died 3 May 1864, Battle of Marks Mills, Near Camden, Arkansas
Buried, Shiloh Cemetery, Dade County, Missouri
Ellen Pirtle grave marker, Morris Hill Cemetery, Boise, Ada County, Idaho Ellen Pirtle Jerome
Born 14 Jan 1842, Tennessee
Died 20 Jan 1914, Meridian, Ada, Idaho
Buried, Morris Hill Cemetery, Boise, Ada County, Idaho
No photo Raymond Sanford Pirtle
Born 1843, Tennessee
Died 3 May 1864, Battle of Marks Mills, Near Camden, Arkansas
James Wiley Pirtle grave marker, Nelson Cemetery, Nelson, Saline County, Missouri James Wiley Pirtle
Born 10 Oct 1846, Tennessee
Died 11 Jun 1924, Sedalia, Pettis Co., MO
Buried, Nelson, Saline County, Missouri, USA
Jacob Pirtle grave marker, Shiloh Cemetery, Dade County, Missouri Jacob Pirtle
Born 15 Jun 1848, Giles County, Tennessee
Died 12 Aug 1936, Miller, Lawrence County, Missouri
Buried, Shiloh, Dade County, Missouri
Ambrose P Pirtle grave marker, Salona Cemetery, Montague County, Texas Ambrose P Pirtle
Born 14 Dec 1849, Tennessee
Died 25 Feb 1915, Salona, Montague, Texas
Buried, Salona, Montague County, Texas
Ann Pirtle Meyers grave marker, Shiloh Cemetery, Dade County, Missouri Ann Pirtle Myers
Born 16 Dec 1851, Tennessee
Died 3 Aug 1938, Everton, Dade, Missouri
Buried, Shiloh Cemetery, Dade County, Missouri
No photo Mary K Pirtle Sexton
Born 1854, Tennessee
Death unknown
Lucinda Pirtle Jerome grave marker, Sinking Creek Cemetery, Dade County, Missouri Lucinda Pirtle Jerome
Born 27 Apr 1857, Missouri
Died 30 Dec 1890, Rock Prairie, Dade, Missouri
Buried, Sinking Creek, Dade County, Missouri

The dates and places of the births of Ann’s children show that she had left her home state of North Carolina prior to the Cherokee Removal. It is interesting though that the route of some of the parties came through some of the places she and her husband lived as they made their way to Missouri.

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