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    1. [PYLE] John waldo pyle
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    3. [1]ancestry This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Author: gilbertveliz85 Surnames: Classification: queries Message Board: [2]Click here Message Board Post: I need help trying to find my granfarther....been looking for him for a long time last i know he was in san antonio texas. I see that his side of the family is looking for him as well maybe we can help eachother out Important Note: The author of this message may not be subscribed to this list. If you would like to reply to them, please click on the Message Board URL link above and respond on the board. [3]Contact Us [4]Online Help Please add [5]notifications@ancestry.com to your address book to make sure you don't miss an email. You are receiving this email because you have registered with Ancestry using the email address [6]PYLE-L@rootsweb.com. Your privacy is important to us. View our [7]Privacy Statement for more information. Use of [8]Ancestry.com is subject to our [9]Terms and Conditions. © 2017 [10]ANCESTRY.COM [11]Ancestry.com Operations Inc. 1300 W Traverse Parkway, Lehi, UT 84043, USA References 1. https://sm.ancestry.com/track?type=click&enid=ZWFzPTImYW1wO21zaWQ9MSZhbXA7YXVpZD0mYW1wO21haWxpbmdpZD0xMDUxMDAxJmFtcDttZXNzYWdlaWQ9NTU4MDEmYW1wO2RhdGFiYXNlaWQ9MTQyNzMxODM3NyZhbXA7c2VyaWFsPTMzNTczMjU1JmFtcDtlbWFpbGlkPVBZTEUtTEByb290c3dlYi5jb20mYW1wO3VzZXJpZD1QWUxFLUxAcm9vdHN3ZWIuY29tJmFtcDt0YXJnZXRpZD0mYW1wO21uPSZhbXA7Zmw9JmFtcDttdmlkPSZhbXA7ZXh0cmE9JmFtcDsmYW1wOyZhbXA7&&&105701&&&http://www.ancestry.com/s0/t18310/rd.ashx 2. https://sm.ancestry.com/track?type=click&enid=ZWFzPTImYW1wO21zaWQ9MSZhbXA7YXVpZD0mYW1wO21haWxpbmdpZD0xMDUxMDAxJmFtcDttZXNzYWdlaWQ9NTU4MDEmYW1wO2RhdGFiYXNlaWQ9MTQyNzMxODM3NyZhbXA7c2VyaWFsPTMzNTczMjU1JmFtcDtlbWFpbGlkPVBZTEUtTEByb290c3dlYi5jb20mYW1wO3VzZXJpZD1QWUxFLUxAcm9vdHN3ZWIuY29tJmFtcDt0YXJnZXRpZD0mYW1wO21uPSZhbXA7Zmw9JmFtcDttdmlkPSZhbXA7ZXh0cmE9JmFtcDsmYW1wOyZhbXA7&&&275805&&&http://www.ancestry.com/s0/KEY/rd.ashx?key=Uhttp://boards.ancestry.com/surnames.pyle/1243/mb.ashx 3. https://sm.ancestry.com/track?type=click&enid=ZWFzPTImYW1wO21zaWQ9MSZhbXA7YXVpZD0mYW1wO21haWxpbmdpZD0xMDUxMDAxJmFtcDttZXNzYWdlaWQ9NTU4MDEmYW1wO2RhdGFiYXNlaWQ9MTQyNzMxODM3NyZhbXA7c2VyaWFsPTMzNTczMjU1JmFtcDtlbWFpbGlkPVBZTEUtTEByb290c3dlYi5jb20mYW1wO3VzZXJpZD1QWUxFLUxAcm9vdHN3ZWIuY29tJmFtcDt0YXJnZXRpZD0mYW1wO21uPSZhbXA7Zmw9JmFtcDttdmlkPSZhbXA7ZXh0cmE9JmFtcDsmYW1wOyZhbXA7&&&547158&&&http://www.ancestry.com/s0/t6713/rd.ashx 4. https://sm.ancestry.com/track?type=click&enid=ZWFzPTImYW1wO21zaWQ9MSZhbXA7YXVpZD0mYW1wO21haWxpbmdpZD0xMDUxMDAxJmFtcDttZXNzYWdlaWQ9NTU4MDEmYW1wO2RhdGFiYXNlaWQ9MTQyNzMxODM3NyZhbXA7c2VyaWFsPTMzNTczMjU1JmFtcDtlbWFpbGlkPVBZTEUtTEByb290c3dlYi5jb20mYW1wO3VzZXJpZD1QWUxFLUxAcm9vdHN3ZWIuY29tJmFtcDt0YXJnZXRpZD0mYW1wO21uPSZhbXA7Zmw9JmFtcDttdmlkPSZhbXA7ZXh0cmE9JmFtcDsmYW1wOyZhbXA7&&&547159&&&http://www.ancestry.com/s0/t6028/rd.ashx 5. file://localhost/tmp/tmp9VbtNm.html 6. file://localhost/tmp/tmp9VbtNm.html 7. https://sm.ancestry.com/track?type=click&enid=ZWFzPTImYW1wO21zaWQ9MSZhbXA7YXVpZD0mYW1wO21haWxpbmdpZD0xMDUxMDAxJmFtcDttZXNzYWdlaWQ9NTU4MDEmYW1wO2RhdGFiYXNlaWQ9MTQyNzMxODM3NyZhbXA7c2VyaWFsPTMzNTczMjU1JmFtcDtlbWFpbGlkPVBZTEUtTEByb290c3dlYi5jb20mYW1wO3VzZXJpZD1QWUxFLUxAcm9vdHN3ZWIuY29tJmFtcDt0YXJnZXRpZD0mYW1wO21uPSZhbXA7Zmw9JmFtcDttdmlkPSZhbXA7ZXh0cmE9JmFtcDsmYW1wOyZhbXA7&&&547160&&&http://www.ancestry.com/s0/t20855/rd.ashx 8. file://localhost/tmp/tmp9VbtNm.html 9. https://sm.ancestry.com/track?type=click&enid=ZWFzPTImYW1wO21zaWQ9MSZhbXA7YXVpZD0mYW1wO21haWxpbmdpZD0xMDUxMDAxJmFtcDttZXNzYWdlaWQ9NTU4MDEmYW1wO2RhdGFiYXNlaWQ9MTQyNzMxODM3NyZhbXA7c2VyaWFsPTMzNTczMjU1JmFtcDtlbWFpbGlkPVBZTEUtTEByb290c3dlYi5jb20mYW1wO3VzZXJpZD1QWUxFLUxAcm9vdHN3ZWIuY29tJmFtcDt0YXJnZXRpZD0mYW1wO21uPSZhbXA7Zmw9JmFtcDttdmlkPSZhbXA7ZXh0cmE9JmFtcDsmYW1wOyZhbXA7&&&547161&&&http://www.ancestry.com/s0/t26859/rd.ashx 10. file://localhost/tmp/tmp9VbtNm.html 11. file://localhost/tmp/tmp9VbtNm.html

    09/15/2017 04:59:30
    1. Re: [PYLE] PYLE - David m. Cleo (?) TN
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    3. [1]ancestry This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Author: jhjones115 Surnames: Pile Classification: queries Message Board: [2]Click here Message Board Post: Eddie, appreciate all your work on the G. P. Pile blacksmith cabin!! Pretty exciting actually. But you should have flamed me for having W. O. Pile born in PA. Every source we have says TN. I was pulling from other family trees, some of which have Berks County, PA, and I must have clicked on the check box and overwritten it. How embarrassing. In terms of when the family moved, I believe it was the fall of 1824 and that Elizabeth was likely pregnant during the move. In W. O'B. Pile's brother John Pile's obituary of 11 Mar 1898 (my 2nd-great-grandfather), which was written by people who knew him well, it was reported that John and his family came to Sullivan County when John was "about three years old." Assuming he was born 2 Dec 1821, that would make sense. While they could have come earlier, John would have been only a year and a few months old in the spring of 1823 and two years and few months old in the spring of 1824. With his December birthday he would have been nearly three in the fall of 1824. Elizabeth had to have been pregnant around mid-April 1824 based on W. O'B's 18 Jan 1825 birthdate. Anyway, my view on when the family moved. We may never actually know but the only dateable source is that obituary, so far as I know. Amanda, sorry if I confused you about William's birthplace. Eddie is correct, of course. Jim Important Note: The author of this message may not be subscribed to this list. If you would like to reply to them, please click on the Message Board URL link above and respond on the board. [3]Contact Us [4]Online Help Please add [5]notifications@ancestry.com to your address book to make sure you don't miss an email. 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    09/25/2016 03:39:58
    1. Re: [PYLE] PYLE - David m. Cleo (?) TN
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    3. [1]ancestry This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Author: eddiep566 Surnames: Pile Classification: queries Message Board: [2]Click here Message Board Post: George Phillip was a Blacksmith by trade, and at least two of his sons, C.S.C. & W.O.B. became Blacksmiths as well. G.P.'s Blacksmiths cabin was torn down and reconstructed at The Exchange Place, a pre Civil War historical farm located 1/2 mile west of its original location. We are working with the Exchange Place to receive proper accreditation as to provenance of the Blacksmith cabin. The Blacksmith cabin was located just below the Pile Cemetery on G.P.'s Tennessee homestead. Eddie Important Note: The author of this message may not be subscribed to this list. If you would like to reply to them, please click on the Message Board URL link above and respond on the board. [3]Contact Us [4]Online Help Please add [5]notifications@ancestry.com to your address book to make sure you don't miss an email. You are receiving this email because you have registered with Ancestry using the email address [6]PYLE-L@rootsweb.com. Your privacy is important to us. View our [7]Privacy Statement for more information. Use of [8]Ancestry.com is subject to our [9]Terms and Conditions. © 2016 [10]ANCESTRY.COM [11]Ancestry.com Operations Inc. 1300 W Traverse Parkway, Lehi, UT 84043, USA References 1. http://sm.ancestry.com/track?type=click&enid=ZWFzPTImYW1wO21zaWQ9MSZhbXA7YXVpZD0mYW1wO21haWxpbmdpZD0xMDUxMDAxJmFtcDttZXNzYWdlaWQ9NTU4MDEmYW1wO2RhdGFiYXNlaWQ9MTQyNzMxODM3NyZhbXA7c2VyaWFsPTMzNTczMjU1JmFtcDtlbWFpbGlkPVBZTEUtTEByb290c3dlYi5jb20mYW1wO3VzZXJpZD1QWUxFLUxAcm9vdHN3ZWIuY29tJmFtcDt0YXJnZXRpZD0mYW1wO21uPSZhbXA7Zmw9JmFtcDttdmlkPSZhbXA7ZXh0cmE9JmFtcDsmYW1wOyZhbXA7&&&105701&&&http://www.ancestry.com/s0/t18310/rd.ashx 2. http://sm.ancestry.com/track?type=click&enid=ZWFzPTImYW1wO21zaWQ9MSZhbXA7YXVpZD0mYW1wO21haWxpbmdpZD0xMDUxMDAxJmFtcDttZXNzYWdlaWQ9NTU4MDEmYW1wO2RhdGFiYXNlaWQ9MTQyNzMxODM3NyZhbXA7c2VyaWFsPTMzNTczMjU1JmFtcDtlbWFpbGlkPVBZTEUtTEByb290c3dlYi5jb20mYW1wO3VzZXJpZD1QWUxFLUxAcm9vdHN3ZWIuY29tJmFtcDt0YXJnZXRpZD0mYW1wO21uPSZhbXA7Zmw9JmFtcDttdmlkPSZhbXA7ZXh0cmE9JmFtcDsmYW1wOyZhbXA7&&&275805&&&http://www.ancestry.com/s0/KEY/rd.ashx?key=Uhttp://boards.ancestry.com/surnames.pyle/1205.1.1.2.2/mb.ashx 3. http://sm.ancestry.com/track?type=click&enid=ZWFzPTImYW1wO21zaWQ9MSZhbXA7YXVpZD0mYW1wO21haWxpbmdpZD0xMDUxMDAxJmFtcDttZXNzYWdlaWQ9NTU4MDEmYW1wO2RhdGFiYXNlaWQ9MTQyNzMxODM3NyZhbXA7c2VyaWFsPTMzNTczMjU1JmFtcDtlbWFpbGlkPVBZTEUtTEByb290c3dlYi5jb20mYW1wO3VzZXJpZD1QWUxFLUxAcm9vdHN3ZWIuY29tJmFtcDt0YXJnZXRpZD0mYW1wO21uPSZhbXA7Zmw9JmFtcDttdmlkPSZhbXA7ZXh0cmE9JmFtcDsmYW1wOyZhbXA7&&&105401&&&http://www.ancestry.com/s0/t6713/rd.ashx 4. http://sm.ancestry.com/track?type=click&enid=ZWFzPTImYW1wO21zaWQ9MSZhbXA7YXVpZD0mYW1wO21haWxpbmdpZD0xMDUxMDAxJmFtcDttZXNzYWdlaWQ9NTU4MDEmYW1wO2RhdGFiYXNlaWQ9MTQyNzMxODM3NyZhbXA7c2VyaWFsPTMzNTczMjU1JmFtcDtlbWFpbGlkPVBZTEUtTEByb290c3dlYi5jb20mYW1wO3VzZXJpZD1QWUxFLUxAcm9vdHN3ZWIuY29tJmFtcDt0YXJnZXRpZD0mYW1wO21uPSZhbXA7Zmw9JmFtcDttdmlkPSZhbXA7ZXh0cmE9JmFtcDsmYW1wOyZhbXA7&&&105402&&&http://www.ancestry.com/s0/t6028/rd.ashx 5. file://localhost/tmp/tmpSEWshj.html 6. file://localhost/tmp/tmpSEWshj.html 7. http://sm.ancestry.com/track?type=click&enid=ZWFzPTImYW1wO21zaWQ9MSZhbXA7YXVpZD0mYW1wO21haWxpbmdpZD0xMDUxMDAxJmFtcDttZXNzYWdlaWQ9NTU4MDEmYW1wO2RhdGFiYXNlaWQ9MTQyNzMxODM3NyZhbXA7c2VyaWFsPTMzNTczMjU1JmFtcDtlbWFpbGlkPVBZTEUtTEByb290c3dlYi5jb20mYW1wO3VzZXJpZD1QWUxFLUxAcm9vdHN3ZWIuY29tJmFtcDt0YXJnZXRpZD0mYW1wO21uPSZhbXA7Zmw9JmFtcDttdmlkPSZhbXA7ZXh0cmE9JmFtcDsmYW1wOyZhbXA7&&&105403&&&http://www.ancestry.com/s0/t20855/rd.ashx 8. file://localhost/tmp/tmpSEWshj.html 9. http://sm.ancestry.com/track?type=click&enid=ZWFzPTImYW1wO21zaWQ9MSZhbXA7YXVpZD0mYW1wO21haWxpbmdpZD0xMDUxMDAxJmFtcDttZXNzYWdlaWQ9NTU4MDEmYW1wO2RhdGFiYXNlaWQ9MTQyNzMxODM3NyZhbXA7c2VyaWFsPTMzNTczMjU1JmFtcDtlbWFpbGlkPVBZTEUtTEByb290c3dlYi5jb20mYW1wO3VzZXJpZD1QWUxFLUxAcm9vdHN3ZWIuY29tJmFtcDt0YXJnZXRpZD0mYW1wO21uPSZhbXA7Zmw9JmFtcDttdmlkPSZhbXA7ZXh0cmE9JmFtcDsmYW1wOyZhbXA7&&&105404&&&http://www.ancestry.com/s0/t26859/rd.ashx 10. file://localhost/tmp/tmpSEWshj.html 11. file://localhost/tmp/tmpSEWshj.html

    09/24/2016 10:17:00
    1. Re: [PYLE] PYLE - David m. Cleo (?) TN
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    3. [1]ancestry This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Author: eddiep566 Surnames: Pile Classification: queries Message Board: [2]Click here Message Board Post: You are correct, William O'Brien Pile was born in Sullivan Co, TN.His parents, George Phillip & Elizabeth moved to the Chestnut Ridge area of Sullivan Co after their son John was born. I'm guessing that John was at least a year old or better before they made the move so that would be abt. 1823. W.O.B. would be a 4th great Uncle to me. His older Brother Bryant O'Brien is my 3rd GGF. Elizabeth Pendelton O'Brien's brothers were already in the area where they had set up Ironworks, one in Carter Co. TN and the other where Reedy Creek meets the Holston river, now modern day Kingsport. That fact answered my question as to WHY G.P. settled in this area. cont... Important Note: The author of this message may not be subscribed to this list. If you would like to reply to them, please click on the Message Board URL link above and respond on the board. [3]Contact Us [4]Online Help Please add [5]notifications@ancestry.com to your address book to make sure you don't miss an email. You are receiving this email because you have registered with Ancestry using the email address [6]PYLE-L@rootsweb.com. Your privacy is important to us. View our [7]Privacy Statement for more information. Use of [8]Ancestry.com is subject to our [9]Terms and Conditions. © 2016 [10]ANCESTRY.COM [11]Ancestry.com Operations Inc. 1300 W Traverse Parkway, Lehi, UT 84043, USA References 1. http://sm.ancestry.com/track?type=click&enid=ZWFzPTImYW1wO21zaWQ9MSZhbXA7YXVpZD0mYW1wO21haWxpbmdpZD0xMDUxMDAxJmFtcDttZXNzYWdlaWQ9NTU4MDEmYW1wO2RhdGFiYXNlaWQ9MTQyNzMxODM3NyZhbXA7c2VyaWFsPTMzNTczMjU1JmFtcDtlbWFpbGlkPVBZTEUtTEByb290c3dlYi5jb20mYW1wO3VzZXJpZD1QWUxFLUxAcm9vdHN3ZWIuY29tJmFtcDt0YXJnZXRpZD0mYW1wO21uPSZhbXA7Zmw9JmFtcDttdmlkPSZhbXA7ZXh0cmE9JmFtcDsmYW1wOyZhbXA7&&&105701&&&http://www.ancestry.com/s0/t18310/rd.ashx 2. http://sm.ancestry.com/track?type=click&enid=ZWFzPTImYW1wO21zaWQ9MSZhbXA7YXVpZD0mYW1wO21haWxpbmdpZD0xMDUxMDAxJmFtcDttZXNzYWdlaWQ9NTU4MDEmYW1wO2RhdGFiYXNlaWQ9MTQyNzMxODM3NyZhbXA7c2VyaWFsPTMzNTczMjU1JmFtcDtlbWFpbGlkPVBZTEUtTEByb290c3dlYi5jb20mYW1wO3VzZXJpZD1QWUxFLUxAcm9vdHN3ZWIuY29tJmFtcDt0YXJnZXRpZD0mYW1wO21uPSZhbXA7Zmw9JmFtcDttdmlkPSZhbXA7ZXh0cmE9JmFtcDsmYW1wOyZhbXA7&&&275805&&&http://www.ancestry.com/s0/KEY/rd.ashx?key=Uhttp://boards.ancestry.com/surnames.pyle/1205.1.1.2.1/mb.ashx 3. http://sm.ancestry.com/track?type=click&enid=ZWFzPTImYW1wO21zaWQ9MSZhbXA7YXVpZD0mYW1wO21haWxpbmdpZD0xMDUxMDAxJmFtcDttZXNzYWdlaWQ9NTU4MDEmYW1wO2RhdGFiYXNlaWQ9MTQyNzMxODM3NyZhbXA7c2VyaWFsPTMzNTczMjU1JmFtcDtlbWFpbGlkPVBZTEUtTEByb290c3dlYi5jb20mYW1wO3VzZXJpZD1QWUxFLUxAcm9vdHN3ZWIuY29tJmFtcDt0YXJnZXRpZD0mYW1wO21uPSZhbXA7Zmw9JmFtcDttdmlkPSZhbXA7ZXh0cmE9JmFtcDsmYW1wOyZhbXA7&&&105401&&&http://www.ancestry.com/s0/t6713/rd.ashx 4. http://sm.ancestry.com/track?type=click&enid=ZWFzPTImYW1wO21zaWQ9MSZhbXA7YXVpZD0mYW1wO21haWxpbmdpZD0xMDUxMDAxJmFtcDttZXNzYWdlaWQ9NTU4MDEmYW1wO2RhdGFiYXNlaWQ9MTQyNzMxODM3NyZhbXA7c2VyaWFsPTMzNTczMjU1JmFtcDtlbWFpbGlkPVBZTEUtTEByb290c3dlYi5jb20mYW1wO3VzZXJpZD1QWUxFLUxAcm9vdHN3ZWIuY29tJmFtcDt0YXJnZXRpZD0mYW1wO21uPSZhbXA7Zmw9JmFtcDttdmlkPSZhbXA7ZXh0cmE9JmFtcDsmYW1wOyZhbXA7&&&105402&&&http://www.ancestry.com/s0/t6028/rd.ashx 5. file://localhost/tmp/tmpfCALlA.html 6. file://localhost/tmp/tmpfCALlA.html 7. http://sm.ancestry.com/track?type=click&enid=ZWFzPTImYW1wO21zaWQ9MSZhbXA7YXVpZD0mYW1wO21haWxpbmdpZD0xMDUxMDAxJmFtcDttZXNzYWdlaWQ9NTU4MDEmYW1wO2RhdGFiYXNlaWQ9MTQyNzMxODM3NyZhbXA7c2VyaWFsPTMzNTczMjU1JmFtcDtlbWFpbGlkPVBZTEUtTEByb290c3dlYi5jb20mYW1wO3VzZXJpZD1QWUxFLUxAcm9vdHN3ZWIuY29tJmFtcDt0YXJnZXRpZD0mYW1wO21uPSZhbXA7Zmw9JmFtcDttdmlkPSZhbXA7ZXh0cmE9JmFtcDsmYW1wOyZhbXA7&&&105403&&&http://www.ancestry.com/s0/t20855/rd.ashx 8. file://localhost/tmp/tmpfCALlA.html 9. http://sm.ancestry.com/track?type=click&enid=ZWFzPTImYW1wO21zaWQ9MSZhbXA7YXVpZD0mYW1wO21haWxpbmdpZD0xMDUxMDAxJmFtcDttZXNzYWdlaWQ9NTU4MDEmYW1wO2RhdGFiYXNlaWQ9MTQyNzMxODM3NyZhbXA7c2VyaWFsPTMzNTczMjU1JmFtcDtlbWFpbGlkPVBZTEUtTEByb290c3dlYi5jb20mYW1wO3VzZXJpZD1QWUxFLUxAcm9vdHN3ZWIuY29tJmFtcDt0YXJnZXRpZD0mYW1wO21uPSZhbXA7Zmw9JmFtcDttdmlkPSZhbXA7ZXh0cmE9JmFtcDsmYW1wOyZhbXA7&&&105404&&&http://www.ancestry.com/s0/t26859/rd.ashx 10. file://localhost/tmp/tmpfCALlA.html 11. file://localhost/tmp/tmpfCALlA.html

    09/24/2016 10:07:21
    1. [PYLE] Welcome to the group, and a little fact-checking
    2. Joseph Pyle via
    3. (Cross-posted to https://www.familytreedna.com/groups/pyle/activity-feed) To: Pyle-DNA Re: Welcome! Date: 4/19/16 (cross-posted to Pyle-DNA at roots web.com) (cross-posted to Pyle at roots web.com) I'd like to welcome Howard Pyle to the group, who is the grand-uncle of David Floering, who is also in the group. Howard has family finder results, but he has just ordered a Y-DNA 37 test. I want to take this opportunity to share with everyone what I try to do whenever we get someone new to join the group. I am (being a “scientist”) a skeptic by nature, so I never believe anything anyone tells me without trying to verify. Sometimes the information I receive in the pedigrees is great, and sometimes it is spotty. I always check (or try to check) everything, but sometimes - especially when the info is spotty - checking becomes a research project unto itself. The info I had for Howard (which I am sure he and David knew perfectly, but not me) came in this form. And, heaven forfend, I am not trying to pick on anybody, just showing how I go about vetting information…This is what I started with For David, in his join request “harry clay pyle of dunbar west virginia born 1898 died 1955” For Howard “Jacob pile, son George Washington pile, son Hiram Pyle, son Harry clay Pyle, son Howard c Pyle.” ************** OK - so what I have been doing is dumping everything about new members into a text file, including their pedigrees, relevant messages on message boards, old emails I have relating to these lines, and primary info (census/birth/death/marriage). What follows is my stream-of-consciousness text file as I try to verify everything. Then, I’ll pull it together, and see where it leaves us. *************** ********************************************** Jacob pile, son George Washington pile, son Hiram Pyle, son Harry clay Pyle (1898-1955, Dunbar WVA) son "me" Howard c Pyle. David Floering is my great nephew ************************************************ Having trouble finding these people… Jacob Pile is in 1830, 1840 Census for Milford, Somerset Co, PA BINGO! Harry C Pyles in the 1930 United States Federal Census Record Image VIEW View blank form Add alternate information Report issue Name: Harry C Pyles Birth Year: abt 1893 Gender: Male Race: White Birthplace: West Virginia Marital Status: Married Relation to Head of House: Head Home in 1930: Huntington, Cabell, West Virginia Map of Home: View Map Street address: Hawey Road Ward of City: 1 House Number in Cities or Towns: 1508 Dwelling Number: 126 Family Number: 105 Home Owned or Rented: Rented Home Value: 15 Radio Set: Yes Lives on Farm: No Age at First Marriage: 20 Attended School: No Able to Read and Write: Yes Father's Birthplace: West Virginia Mother's Birthplace: West Virginia Able to Speak English: Yes Occupation: Glass Worker Industry: Glass Factory Class of Worker: Wage or salary worker Employment: Yes Neighbors: View others on page Household Members: Name Age Harry C Pyles 37 Alda Pyles 36 Scott Pyles 15 Mary E Pyles 14 James Pyles 12 Paul Pyles 10 Marjorie Pyles 6 1940 census ——— Harry Piles in the 1940 United States Federal Census Record Image VIEW View blank form View/Add alternate info Report issue Name: Harry Piles [Harry Pyles] Age: 48 Estimated birth year: abt 1892 Gender: Male Race: White Birthplace: West Virginia Marital Status: Married Relation to Head of House: Head Home in 1940: Dunbar, Kanawha, West Virginia Map of Home in 1940: View Map Street: Gonly Road House Number: 1449 Farm: No Inferred Residence in 1935: Dunbar, Kanawha, West Virginia Residence in 1935: Same Place Sheet Number: 22A Number of Household in Order of Visitation: 418 Occupation: Glass Blower House Owned or Rented: Owned Value of Home or Monthly Rental if Rented: 3500 Attended School or College: No Highest Grade Completed: Elementary school, 3rd grade Hours Worked Week Prior to Census: 35 Class of Worker: Wage or salary worker in private work Weeks Worked in 1939: 32 Income: 960 Income Other Sources: No Neighbors: View others on page Household Members: Name Age Harry Piles 48 Alda Piles 46 ********** Howard C Piles 6 *********** (our tester) Mary Besh 23 Ronald D Besh 6 Harry R Besh 3 Paul Piles 20 Garnet Piles 17 Marjorie Wallace 16 William Wallace 20 ********************** Harry Pyles Death Harry C Pyle in the West Virginia, Deaths Index, 1853-1973 Record Image Index-only record Add alternate information Report issue Name: Harry C Pyle Death Date: 29 Aug 1955 Death Place: Kanawha, West Virginia Father Name: Hirm Pyle Mother Name: Synthia Cole FHL Film Number: 1984435 Wills and Probates: Search for Harry C Pyle in West Virginia Wills & Probates collection SAVE ********************** Need Harry Pyles in 1900 Census Harry Pyles in the 1910 United States Federal Census Record Image VIEW View blank form Add alternate information Report issue Name: Harry Pyles Age in 1910: 18 Birth Year: abt 1892 Birthplace: West Virginia Home in 1910: Huntington Ward 1, Cabell, West Virginia Street: Van Varen Avenue Race: White Gender: Male Relation to Head of House: Son Marital Status: Single Father's name: Hiram Pyles Father's Birthplace: West Virginia Mother's name: Syntha Pyles Mother's Birthplace: Kentucky Native Tongue: English Occupation: Laborer Employer, Employee or Other: Wage Earner Attended School: No Able to Read: Yes Able to Write: Yes Out of Work: N Number of weeks out of work: 0 Neighbors: View others on page Household Members: Name Age Hiram Pyles 49 Syntha Pyles 42 Claud Pyles 22 James M Pyles 20 Harry Pyles 18 Eliza Pyles 16 Bellie Pyles 11 Hattie Pyles 9 Sadie Leu Pyles 3 ***** 1900 Census *********** Name: Hiram Piles Age: 39 Birth Date: Jan 1861 Birthplace: West Virginia Home in 1900: Guyandotte, Cabell, West Virginia Race: White Gender: Male Relation to Head of House: Head Marital Status: Married Spouse's Name: Synthia Piles Marriage Year: 1883 Years Married: 17 Father's Birthplace: Virginia Mother's Birthplace: West Virginia Occupation: View on Image Neighbors: View others on page Household Members: Name Age Hiram Piles 39 Synthia Piles 33 Laura B Piles 15 Julia F Piles 13 Claudius Piles 12 James M Piles 9 Harry Piles 6 Lizy B Piles 6 Bettie Piles 1 West VA Birth Index Hiram L Piles in the West Virginia, Births Index, 1804-1938 Record Image Index-only record Add alternate information Report issue Name: Hiram L Piles Gender: Male Birth Date: 21 Feb 1860 Birth Place: Wayne County, West Virginia Birth County: Wayne Father: George Piles Mother: Margarett M Piles FHL Film Number: 583485 SAVE ***** 1860 Census ***** Hiram Piles in the 1860 United States Federal Census Record Image VIEW View blank form Add alternate information Report issue Name: Hiram Piles Age: 3/12 Birth Year: abt 1860 Gender: Male Birth Place: Virginia Home in 1860: Wayne, Virginia Post Office: Amaretta Family Number: 459 Value of real estate: View image Household Members: Name Age George Piles 65 Margarett N Piles 32 Maryam Piles 13 Elizabeth Piles 11 Hester A Piles 9 George Piles 7 John Piles 7 Jacob Piles 5 Jane Piles 3 Hiram Piles 3/12 So - George Piles born ~1795 Marriage 1 George Pyles in the Virginia, Marriages, 1740-1850 Record Image Index-only record Add alternate information Report issue Name: George Pyles Gender: Male Spouse Name: Sally Chandler Spouse Gender: Female Marriage Date: 8 Mar 1827 County: Cabell State: Virginia SAVE *********** 1850 Census ************* George Piles in the 1850 United States Federal Census Record Image VIEW View blank form Add alternate information Report issue Name: George Piles Age: 47 Birth Year: abt 1803 Birthplace: Virginia Home in 1850: District 66, Wayne, Virginia, USA Gender: Male Family Number: 145 Household Members: Name Age George Piles 47 Margrett Piles 21 Christenia Piles 21 Sarah Piles 20 Mariah Piles 16 Mary A Piles 2 Elizebeth J Piles 1 SAVE ************ death of George Pyles George Pyles in the West Virginia, Deaths Index, 1853-1973 Record Image Index-only record Add alternate information Report issue Name: George Pyles Death Date: 1872 Death Place: Wayne, West Virginia, United States Gender: Male FHL Film Number: 583481 Wills and Probates: Search for George Pyles in West Virginia Wills & Probates collection SAVE ******* 1830 Census ********* George Piles [George Peles] Home in 1830 (City, County, State): Cabell, Virginia Free White Persons - Males - 20 thru 29: 1 Free White Persons - Females - Under 5: 2 Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9: 1 Free White Persons - Females - 30 thru 39: 1 Free White Persons - Under 20: 3 Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 2 Total Free White Persons: 5 Total - All Persons (Free White, Slaves, Free Colored): 5 SAVE So - George born abt 1800 Genealogies have him being born ~1799, s/o Jacob Pyles (b. ca. 1769 - d .oct 1850 (mortality sched?)) and Christina Frances (1773-1864) ********Jacob Pyles in 1850 census******* Jacob Piles in the 1850 United States Federal Census Record Image VIEW View blank form Add alternate information Report issue Name: Jacob Piles Age: 81 Birth Year: abt 1769 Birthplace: Pennsylvania Home in 1850: District 66, Wayne, Virginia, USA Gender: Male Family Number: 146 Household Members: Name Age Jacob Piles 81 Huldah Piles 23 Thomas Piles 2 Huldah Piles 0 SAVE Cancel ***** Marriage Record Jacob Pyles ****** Jacob Poiles in the Virginia, Marriages, 1660-1800 Record Image Index-only record Report issue Name: Jacob Poiles Spouse: Christine Francis Marriage Date: 6 Feb 1783 Marriage Location: Montgomery County, Virginia SAVE (awfully young to get married? 14???), but…1789? See below. *************** roots web post ************ From: gc-gateway@rootsweb.com, pile@rootsweb.com Subject: [PILE] Jacob Piles Date: Tue, 01 Oct 2013 12:46:04 -0000 This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Author: dingessj1 Surnames: piles, pailes, poiles, Franciscus, francisco, francis Classification: queries Message Board URL: http://boards.rootsweb.com/surnames.pile/159/mb.ashx Message Board Post: I'm looking for info on Jacob Piles/Pailes, b. 1771 York PA d.1850 Monroe WV. More so on his wife, Christinia Franciscus or Francisco / Christine Francis, b. 1769 Somerset PA. They were married in Montgomery County, Virginia 06 Feb 1789 0r 1783. There is a lack of hard facts on her. Their daughter Sarah, b.1805 Giles Va d. abt 1850 in Wayne or Cabell VA. would be my 3rd g grandmother. Jimmy Important Note: The author of this message may not be subscribed to this list. If you would like to reply to them, please click on the Message Board URL link above and respond on the board. ************ 1820 Census ************** Jacob Pile in the 1820 United States Federal Census Record Image VIEW View blank form Add alternate information Report issue Name: Jacob Pile Home in 1820 (City, County, State): Pearisburg, Giles, Virginia Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820 Free White Persons - Males - 16 thru 25: 2 Free White Persons - Males - 45 and over: 1 Free White Persons - Females - 16 thru 25: 2 Free White Persons - Females - 45 and over : 1 Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture: 3 Free White Persons - Over 25: 2 Total Free White Persons: 6 Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 6 SAVE ************** George Piles appears in the Vendue list for the estate of Jacob Pyle, Wayne Co, VA, Jan 1851. So I can be pretty sure George is the son of Jacob Piles. ********************** ********************** Jacob Piles (1769-1850) George Piles (1800-1872) Hiram Piles (1860-1946) Find-a-grave Harry Clay Pyle (1893-1955) *********************************************************** *********************************************************** *********************************************************** So, where does that leave me? I am satisfied that we have an iron-clad paper trail from Howard—>Hiram—>George…and that Jacob is probably the father of George. If I could have found the will of Jacob Piles (instead of just the vendue list), I could have confirmed the father-son relationship of Jacob and George. But as both are in Wayne County, VA in the 1850 census - and, more importantly they are in adjacent households - I am willing to assume that George is the son of Jacob. This begs the question - which Pyle(s)/Pile(s) family do we think Howard’s and David’s line belongs to? One probable is the Francis Piles (of Prince Georges County, MD) line. I also did see a claim (on an unsourced family tree) that Jacob descends from Vincent Godfrey Piles/Pyles (Donna Stark, are you still out there?). One other possibility is the line of Zachariah Pyles (b. ~1770), who allegedly came from Prince George’s county, MD in to Virginia, and from whom Bill Pyles (106273, deceased) descended. Three possibilities then. Or, maybe, it’s a new line. We just have to wait and see. I, for one, am excited - - - - - and satisfied that the line from Howard back to Jacob is proven. As well as we can prove it. -Joe

    04/09/2016 02:35:01
    1. Re: [PYLE] [PYLE-DNA] Fwd: GAP News 9/4/15
    2. Joseph Pyle via
    3. Susan - The likely father of your Richard was *a* Francis, but not the Francis Piles resident in Prince Georges County, MD, in the late 17th-early 18th Century. According to the research of the late Steve Thrasher, Richard's father, Francis Pile, was a goldsmith residing in Truro, Cornwall, England (05 September 1687 Guildhall Library MS 8200/3) "Richard Pile, son of Francis Pile of Truro in the County of Cornwall, Goldsmith, was examined, approved, sworn and bound to Richard Skinner for 8 years" and for Francis (Goldsmith's Company Apprentice Book 2, p. 54) "The son of Richard Pile a gentleman, of Ash (Ashe) in the County of Southampton (Hampshire). Francis Pile was apprenticed to Stephen Venables for eight years beginning on Christmas Day 1652 and became a freeman on 20 July 1660." Steve does some math, assuming apprenticeship at 12 years of age for both Richard and Francis, giving them putative birthdates of about 1675 (Richard) and Francis about 1640, Richard Pile of Ashe's will was dated 1657, naming his wife Katherine, and Children Richard, Theophilus, William, Thomas, Mary, Andrew, Cornelius, Henry, Katherine, and Francis. We know that *at least* that descendants of Francis (his son Richard) and Theophilus (whose son went to Barbados) made it to the new world. -Joe On Tue, Sep 8, 2015 at 8:51 AM, Susan Pile <susanpile@aol.com> wrote: > During my recent move to KY, I came across a piece of paper indicating > that Francis was the father of nefarious Dr. Richard. That (line leading > to Francis) had always been the supposition of the late family genealogist, > my father's cousin Dora Eleanor Pile. Wish I had a more solid source on > this but will keep looking. > > Best to all, > > Susan P > > > -----Original Message----- > From: jspyle50 <jspyle50@gmail.com> > To: Joe Pyle <josephpyle@gmail.com>; pyle-dna <pyle-dna@rootsweb.com> > Cc: Susan Pile <susanpile@aol.com>; pyle-dna <Pyle-dna@rootsweb.com>; > pyle <pyle@rootsweb.com> > Sent: Sun, Sep 6, 2015 12:05 pm > Subject: Re: [PYLE-DNA] Fwd: GAP News 9/4/15 > > Joe, > > If what you sent to Susan was a brief update, I think I'd need to > schedule a vacation day to get thru an extensive update. > > Question: Do we now > have DNA results for proven Dr Richard PILES descendants, and if so, do they > link him and Francis PILES (c1660-1727) of Prince George's County MD, or was it > just a coincidence that they lived there about the same time? > > Sara would be > proud of you. > > Thanks > > Jim Smee > > Sent from my iPhone > > On Sep 5, 2015, at > 12:23 PM, Joe Pyle via <pyle-dna@rootsweb.com> wrote: > > > > > (1) the group is > up to about 75 members now. > > > > (3) we had a couple joins for "new" lines > (including one Pijl, of Dutch origin, anglicized to Pyle), plus a couple folks > join who come from the Dr. Richard line... > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > > >> On Sep 5, 2015, at 9:55 AM, Susan Pile > <susanpile@aol.com> wrote: > >> > >> Joe, hi... > >> > >> I've fallen off this > mailing list since switching to <m.susanpile@gmail.com> and I have recently > moved from Los Angeles to Louisville. It's not far from Springfield, KY, home > of so many of PILE pioneers. I hope to explore their archives further as well > as return to Berkeley Springs and the MD archives for news of our first ancestor > in America, the nefarious Dr. Richard Pile. > >> > >

    09/13/2015 09:24:08
    1. Re: [PYLE] [PYLE-DNA] Fwd: GAP News 9/4/15
    2. Joe Pyle via
    3. Thank you, Jim :-) Coincidence is what it is. The descendants of Francis Piles have been shown to be Y-DNA haplogroup R1bxxxx (at least at deep as R-DF96, courtesy of Robert Pyles, 174983, and his Big-Y test - thank you Robert!!!) , and as we've seen, many have 6 copies of DYS464, as distinctive for that family. For those in the R1b Francis Piles line that lack the 6 copies of DYS464 (iirc, 81931, Franklin, has only 4), no worries, as DYS464 is a notoriously rapid mutator, and it wouldn't be all that uncommon, in the space of 4 to 6 generations, to have a recLOH mutation, and lose the 5th and 6th copies of DYS464 thereby. The descendants of Richard Pile (no "s" on the end), on the other hand, are haplogroup I1-Y15947 (which is a result of my Big-Y test). Both men in MD at the same time, but clearly unrelated, as the haplogroup dichotomy shows. It's really a shame that there are no male-line descendants of the John Pile (or Piles?) family of "Sarum", MD to test for Y-DNA. Again, given the date, and proximity to the other Pile(s) families in MD in the middle to late part of the 17th century...I think this John Piles, "Gentlman", family would furnish some relational clues. Or confuse everything even more. And speaking of NPE - since we have Francis Piles descendants who are R1b, and Francis Piles descendants who are I2 ---- again the possibility of NPE in the I2 line (more likely than the R1b line, just based on sheer numbers), must be considered. Once we dissect the NPE analysis of the Stephen Pyle (North Carolina-->Nova Scotia), it may furnish ideas about how to look at Francis "Family 1" vs. Francis "Family 2" from the perspective of a NPE. If people don't mind having those skeletons rattled, that is. Happy Labor Day, all - more soon. Best wishes, Joe Sent from my iPhone > On Sep 6, 2015, at 12:05 PM, jspyle50@gmail.com wrote: > > Joe, > > If what you sent to Susan was a brief update, I think I'd need to schedule a vacation day to get thru an extensive update. > > Question: Do we now have DNA results for proven Dr Richard PILES descendants, and if so, do they link him and Francis PILES (c1660-1727) of Prince George's County MD, or was it just a coincidence that they lived there about the same time? > > Sara would be proud of you. > > Thanks > > Jim Smee > > Sent from my iPhone

    09/06/2015 07:01:48
    1. Re: [PYLE] [PYLE-DNA] Fwd: GAP News 9/4/15
    2. jspyle50 via
    3. Joe, If what you sent to Susan was a brief update, I think I'd need to schedule a vacation day to get thru an extensive update. Question: Do we now have DNA results for proven Dr Richard PILES descendants, and if so, do they link him and Francis PILES (c1660-1727) of Prince George's County MD, or was it just a coincidence that they lived there about the same time? Sara would be proud of you. Thanks Jim Smee Sent from my iPhone On Sep 5, 2015, at 12:23 PM, Joe Pyle via <pyle-dna@rootsweb.com> wrote: > > (1) the group is up to about 75 members now. > > (3) we had a couple joins for "new" lines (including one Pijl, of Dutch origin, anglicized to Pyle), plus a couple folks join who come from the Dr. Richard line... > > > > > > > > > > > > > > >> On Sep 5, 2015, at 9:55 AM, Susan Pile <susanpile@aol.com> wrote: >> >> Joe, hi... >> >> I've fallen off this mailing list since switching to <m.susanpile@gmail.com> and I have recently moved from Los Angeles to Louisville. It's not far from Springfield, KY, home of so many of PILE pioneers. I hope to explore their archives further as well as return to Berkeley Springs and the MD archives for news of our first ancestor in America, the nefarious Dr. Richard Pile. >>

    09/06/2015 06:05:37
    1. Re: [PYLE] James PILES, died 1778
    2. Joseph Pyle via
    3. I second Jim's request. One of the hopes is that the DNA testing would untangle this welter of Pyle(s)/Pile(s) families (at least 5 genetically distinct families) that either centered on, or passed through the south-western tier of PA into the western portion of VA (later WVA) in the late-18th/early-19th centuries. If the researchers working on this ever get to the bottom of things, it'll be the DNA evidence that in the end that will unlock the puzzle - I am sure of that. -Joe Pyle On Tue, Jul 14, 2015 at 8:46 PM, James Smee via <pyle@rootsweb.com> wrote: > Pam, > > (snip) > > Also, do you know of a living male James PILES descendant who might be > willing to do a DNA test. Familytree.com has multiple DNA results that > link quite a few people to Francis (including me thru my mother's side). I > would love to confirm that James harken back to Francis. That is by no > means a done-deal, in that even back in the 1700s there were many, many > different PILES/PYLES/PYLE/PILE lines. But I think the paper records lean > toward supporting my speculation. (There I go again.) > > Thanks > > Jim Smee > > ------------------------------- > >

    07/14/2015 03:06:53
    1. [PYLE] James PILES, died 1778
    2. James Smee via
    3. Pam, You set me straight regarding Zachariah PILES' wound in 1777 and James PILES' death in 1778 being the result of two different Indian incidents in Monongalia Co VA (now WV) and not a single incident that suffered from confusion of old timers recounting events from decades before. I do appreciate that. Given that you had excellent, valuable, accurate information regarding that, might you also know something about James PILES' ancestry. I believe he was the son of a James PILES born sometime before c1705 (since I believe he was a land owner as early as 1725); and that this earlier James PILES was a son of Francis PILES of Prince George's County MD (c1660-1727). Does any of that sound familiar to you? Also, do you know of a living male James PILES descendant who might be willing to do a DNA test. Familytree.com has multiple DNA results that link quite a few people to Francis (including me thru my mother's side). I would love to confirm that James harken back to Francis. That is by no means a done-deal, in that even back in the 1700s there were many, many different PILES/PYLES/PYLE/PILE lines. But I think the paper records lean toward supporting my speculation. (There I go again.) Thanks Jim Smee

    07/14/2015 02:46:34
    1. [PYLE] PYLE/PILES/PYLES/PILE DNA Analyses
    2. James Smee via
    3. Joe, Your DNA work is awesome. Thanks for investing so much time and effort into it. I know money shouldn't be a consideration, but I suspect we would have to lay out a four-figure sum to hire someone to do that for us. We're blessed. Can I assume that my uncle Paul Ernest PYLE, Jr made it into Group 18, as one of the seven? Also, is there a way to contact the provider of Kit 5334 and fund a test for 37 markers? I've wondered that for several years. Thanks Jim

    05/13/2015 03:35:20
    1. Re: [PYLE] PILES
    2. James Smee via
    3. To all: Well, I feel like I've had my wrist slapped for doing something terrible out in cyberspace that I can't completely undo. But at the same time, I appreciate this new information that does, in fact, alter my thinking about my ancestors' (PILESs cousins') doings in Monongalia Co VA in the late 1770s. I agree that it looks like there were at least two separate fatal encounters with Indians in and around Dunkard Creek and STATLER's Fort, one in March 1777 and one in July 1778. The first involved Zachariah PILES (1758-1840), where he and nine others pursued Indians resulting in four settlers dying and Zachariah receiving a bullet wound to the foot, per his testimony. The second involved an ambush a mile or two from the fort, taking the lives of 18 settlers. The WADE pension application now explains the "13 (of the 18) others unknown" citation on the Price Cemetery monument, it being the result of the WADE application only making specific mention of five and covering the rest with "etc, etc". And, admittedly, one of the five named was James PILES, father of Zachariah. [I'm shaking my head thinking about how little effort it would have taken for whoever was recording the testimony to write down thirteen more names, to create a small treasure of genealogical information...] What the testimony tells me is that even though James PILES left Monongalia Co VA at the outbreak of the Revolutionary War to go to Hampshire Co VA (per Zachariah's testimony), James apparently came back to Monongalia Co VA, possibly when Zachariah came back after his wound had healed, in 1777 or 1778, and shortly thereafter James PILES was killed. That meshes with what is known from land records, that Zachariah as a young adult already held what was his father's 400-acre tract in 1781. I give in on that count. Yes, the monument likely speaks the truth. The only thing I might want to say in my defense is that even in that "Border Warfare" account I mentioned on Monday, which sounds like it is from the mid-to-late 1800s, there was already confusion in that it talked about 18 victims, but also mentioned that "Zachary PYLE, one of the early pioneers of the region", aka Zachariah PILES, was wounded in the encounter. Wires were getting apparently crossed regarding these encounters as early as that, so maybe I'm in good company. Jim Smee Pittsburgh PA On Tue, May 12, 2015 at 3:00 PM, <AntiquePam@aol.com> wrote: > Hi, Jim- > > Thanks for your response. > > I re-visited the pension application of Zachariah PYLES. I find it rather > vague concerning what exactly happened at Statler’s Fort. As you say, a lot > of your argument is conjecture. You say on 16 March 1777 he was wounded in > the foot as a consequence of the Dunkard Creek Indian attack at Statler’s > Fort when 4 were killed and 4 were taken prisoner. I am almost 100% sure > that this incident is not the same as the 1778 Indian attack that gave rise > to the monument. > > I am basing my argument on the pension application of Hezekiah WADE who > was much more detailed and precise in his pension application of October, > 1833. Between 1776 and 1881 he enlisted as a private and Indian spy every > year from about March/April to October/November and gave detailed accounts > of each of his enlistments. His account of the events in July, 1778 are the > basis for the Price monument. Since his father, Joseph, was one of the 18 > killed I find his account to be totally credible. > > From Fold3.com, pension file of Hezekiah WADE, > > *. . . Upon one of the spying excursions had discovered the trail of a > large number of Indians, who made their way down Bingamon Creek, in July of > that year (1778), a branch of the North Fork of the Monongalia River. > Applicant hastened to Statler’s Fort on Dunkard Creek to alarm the people > of what he had discovered, supposing they would visit that fort if they had > not already been there. On his approach to said fort the mark of distress > was obvious. The night preceding, the enemy, consisting of 100 warriors, > describe a number of about 25 men working some corn, etc. about from 1-2 > miles from said Statler’s Fort. That the savages placed themselves in > ambush on each side of the path leading from thence to the fort; and on the > passage of the laborers to the fort, - who had some pork with them, killed > for the use of the fort,- they were fired at by the savages, and 18 of > their number were killed dead on the ground, among whom was applicant’s > father, Joseph WADE, Jacob STRADLER, Michael KIDLINGER, James PILES, John > MCDANIELS, etc., etc. The number of the enemy so greatly overpowered that > within fort that the fort was kept closed until time had proved their > departure, when applicant, among others, repaired to the ground upon which > the bloody deed was committed and interred the mangled limbs of those who > fell at the charge of the enemy. * > > In light of this evidence please correct your online statements. > > Sincerely, > > PAM >

    05/13/2015 03:18:02
    1. Re: [PYLE] PILES
    2. tjfuji via
    3. Interesting reading Thank you! -----Original Message----- From: James Smee via <pyle@rootsweb.com> To: AntiquePam <AntiquePam@aol.com> Cc: pyle-l <pyle-l@rootsweb.com>; pyles-l <pyles-l@rootsweb.com>; pyle-dna <pyle-dna@rootsweb.com> Sent: Mon, May 11, 2015 9:34 pm Subject: Re: [PYLE] PILES Pam, I went back to the 2006 posting to remind myself what I said, so I know where to start. Note also that I am cc'ing the PYLEList since some will find this an interesting topic (and it's been nearly 10 years since I posted regarding these events.) If you Google "Zachariah PILES, Rootsweb, and 2006", my posting heads the list. My primary sources that lead me to the conclusion about who died in the Dunkard Creek (Monongalia Co VA, now WVA) Indian attack are the pension-application testimonies of Zachariah PILES (in 1833) and Elijah PILES (also 1833). Zachariah's file (Bounty Land Warrant #50894-160-55, and widow's pension application #W10896) runs for something like 60 pages, so I cannot tell you exactly what page to search for (maybe a third of the way in per recollection), but he, himself, states the following. 1. He was born in Frederick Co MD in 1758 (which was James PILES' residence at that time). 2. At age 10 the family moved to Monongalia Co VA (thus, c1769, which is when James PILES and Lydia sold their Frederick Co MD land (DB M:228,450)). 3. At the outbreak of the Revolutionary Way, Zachariah's father moved about 60 miles to east of the Allegheny Mountains to Hampshire County VA (now WVA), leaving his two sons (Zachariah and David) to care for the Monongalia Co property and to plant crops. (There were numerous PILES families in and around Hampshire County at that time, but I haven't had much luck placing many.) 4. That on 16 MAR 1777 [in his words, not 1778; could be either] he was wounded by a ball in the foot as a consequence of the Dunkard Creek Indian attack at STADLER's Fort. [His words follow, exactly: "On one occasion some settlers were driven into the fort by the Indians. Ten men including myself went after their plunder. We were attacked by the Indians. Four were killed and four were taken prisoners. Myself and the other man escaped. In this expedition I was gone two days and received a wound from a bullet to the heal. After receiving this wound, I went to Hampshire County, where my father then was."] So when considering the above, note that I am not saying that James PILES did not die in 1778. Instead I am saying that I do not believe he was killed in the Dunkard Creek Indian attack. I do, however, believe he died sometime in the 1778 to 1781 time frame, possibly in Hampshire County, since by 1781, Zachariah, as the older son, had inherited his father's 400-acre tract on Pedlar's Run in Monongalia Co VA. There exist deed records for that, but I don't have those handy. The Elijah PILES 1833 pension application (S#32447) comes into play as follows, and as noted in my 2006 posting. Elijah was primarily a scout living in Mon Co VA during the war, and was once involved in marching 65 miles up the Muskingum River into Ohio to relieve a force of 118 men who were besieged by Indians. By the time they got to the fort, 18 men had been killed. My speculation is that this "18 lost men" event and the 1777/8 Dunkard Creek event (four men killed according to someone who was actually there) became muddled in the recollection of later individuals. The Price Cemetery monument erected in the 1930s(?) names four individuals who died (STATLER, WADE, McDANIELS, and KIDERLING), a fifth individual (James PILES) who supposedly died, but with evidence to the contrary in his son's pension application, and "13 others, unknown". I just think that "13 unknowns" resulting in a total of those 18 Dunkard Creek deaths and the 18 deaths of the OHIO event are too much of a coincidence. The one reference I have seen that, in addition to the monument, mentions 18 lost at Dunkard Creek is "Border Warfare; Massacre Near STATLER's Fort" by L.K. EVANS. This one places the attack in 1778 and talks of men fleeing to the fort "leaving eighteen of their companions in the road". No names of the dead are mentioned in that account except for Jacob STATLER. "Zachary PYLE" is mentioned for having been wounded. Note that his true name has had time to fade. He is described as "one of the early pioneers in the region. This write-up has, to me, the appearance of having been prepared maybe 100 years after the event. Maybe someone out there can validate that speculation as to when it was crafted. I am suggesting with all due respect that some wires got crossed in this version of events. So anyway, you have a reference that places James PILES in a different County (Hampshire County during the Revolution), that documents the testimony (certainly under oath) of an individual who was there for the Dunkard Creek Indian attack, and testimony that would fit an understanding that a later account of the Dunkard Creek attack may have been flawed. Pam: Having shared this information with you, can you please share with me what in Hezekiah WADE's pension application makes you question this speculation of mine? And note that I am fully aware that some of what I have offered above is truly speculation, but I think legitimate speculation. Thanks Jim Smee Pittsburgh PA ps: Cheers for our new administrator, Joe PYLE. Sara PYLE would be thrilled to see what he has already done for us in such a short time. (Joe, make sure you get to the grocery store, to keep your strength up.) On Fri, May 8, 2015 at 12:22 PM, <AntiquePam@aol.com> wrote: > Hello, again- > > James PILES was my fourth great grandfather. > > You needn't go to a lot of trouble with snail mail. I would appreciate > you just providing actual *sources* to back up your theory that he didn't > die in 1778. > > A relative of the author, Core, told me that the info on the plaque was > taken from the pension application of Hezekiah WADE. Also, see, 'History of > Monongalia Co.' by Wiley and 'West Virginians in the Revolution.' > > > - Do you have any thing that places James PILES in another county? > > > > - I can access fold3.com Can you specifically tell me where Zachariah > PILES in his pension file clearly states his father was not killed in 1778? > > No need to repeat what you've posted to ancestry.com If you can expand > upon that with *sources* that would be great. > > Thanks. > > ...Pam... > ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to PYLE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    05/13/2015 02:37:30
    1. Re: [PYLE] PILES
    2. James Smee via
    3. Pam, I went back to the 2006 posting to remind myself what I said, so I know where to start. Note also that I am cc'ing the PYLEList since some will find this an interesting topic (and it's been nearly 10 years since I posted regarding these events.) If you Google "Zachariah PILES, Rootsweb, and 2006", my posting heads the list. My primary sources that lead me to the conclusion about who died in the Dunkard Creek (Monongalia Co VA, now WVA) Indian attack are the pension-application testimonies of Zachariah PILES (in 1833) and Elijah PILES (also 1833). Zachariah's file (Bounty Land Warrant #50894-160-55, and widow's pension application #W10896) runs for something like 60 pages, so I cannot tell you exactly what page to search for (maybe a third of the way in per recollection), but he, himself, states the following. 1. He was born in Frederick Co MD in 1758 (which was James PILES' residence at that time). 2. At age 10 the family moved to Monongalia Co VA (thus, c1769, which is when James PILES and Lydia sold their Frederick Co MD land (DB M:228,450)). 3. At the outbreak of the Revolutionary Way, Zachariah's father moved about 60 miles to east of the Allegheny Mountains to Hampshire County VA (now WVA), leaving his two sons (Zachariah and David) to care for the Monongalia Co property and to plant crops. (There were numerous PILES families in and around Hampshire County at that time, but I haven't had much luck placing many.) 4. That on 16 MAR 1777 [in his words, not 1778; could be either] he was wounded by a ball in the foot as a consequence of the Dunkard Creek Indian attack at STADLER's Fort. [His words follow, exactly: "On one occasion some settlers were driven into the fort by the Indians. Ten men including myself went after their plunder. We were attacked by the Indians. Four were killed and four were taken prisoners. Myself and the other man escaped. In this expedition I was gone two days and received a wound from a bullet to the heal. After receiving this wound, I went to Hampshire County, where my father then was."] So when considering the above, note that I am not saying that James PILES did not die in 1778. Instead I am saying that I do not believe he was killed in the Dunkard Creek Indian attack. I do, however, believe he died sometime in the 1778 to 1781 time frame, possibly in Hampshire County, since by 1781, Zachariah, as the older son, had inherited his father's 400-acre tract on Pedlar's Run in Monongalia Co VA. There exist deed records for that, but I don't have those handy. The Elijah PILES 1833 pension application (S#32447) comes into play as follows, and as noted in my 2006 posting. Elijah was primarily a scout living in Mon Co VA during the war, and was once involved in marching 65 miles up the Muskingum River into Ohio to relieve a force of 118 men who were besieged by Indians. By the time they got to the fort, 18 men had been killed. My speculation is that this "18 lost men" event and the 1777/8 Dunkard Creek event (four men killed according to someone who was actually there) became muddled in the recollection of later individuals. The Price Cemetery monument erected in the 1930s(?) names four individuals who died (STATLER, WADE, McDANIELS, and KIDERLING), a fifth individual (James PILES) who supposedly died, but with evidence to the contrary in his son's pension application, and "13 others, unknown". I just think that "13 unknowns" resulting in a total of those 18 Dunkard Creek deaths and the 18 deaths of the OHIO event are too much of a coincidence. The one reference I have seen that, in addition to the monument, mentions 18 lost at Dunkard Creek is "Border Warfare; Massacre Near STATLER's Fort" by L.K. EVANS. This one places the attack in 1778 and talks of men fleeing to the fort "leaving eighteen of their companions in the road". No names of the dead are mentioned in that account except for Jacob STATLER. "Zachary PYLE" is mentioned for having been wounded. Note that his true name has had time to fade. He is described as "one of the early pioneers in the region. This write-up has, to me, the appearance of having been prepared maybe 100 years after the event. Maybe someone out there can validate that speculation as to when it was crafted. I am suggesting with all due respect that some wires got crossed in this version of events. So anyway, you have a reference that places James PILES in a different County (Hampshire County during the Revolution), that documents the testimony (certainly under oath) of an individual who was there for the Dunkard Creek Indian attack, and testimony that would fit an understanding that a later account of the Dunkard Creek attack may have been flawed. Pam: Having shared this information with you, can you please share with me what in Hezekiah WADE's pension application makes you question this speculation of mine? And note that I am fully aware that some of what I have offered above is truly speculation, but I think legitimate speculation. Thanks Jim Smee Pittsburgh PA ps: Cheers for our new administrator, Joe PYLE. Sara PYLE would be thrilled to see what he has already done for us in such a short time. (Joe, make sure you get to the grocery store, to keep your strength up.) On Fri, May 8, 2015 at 12:22 PM, <AntiquePam@aol.com> wrote: > Hello, again- > > James PILES was my fourth great grandfather. > > You needn't go to a lot of trouble with snail mail. I would appreciate > you just providing actual *sources* to back up your theory that he didn't > die in 1778. > > A relative of the author, Core, told me that the info on the plaque was > taken from the pension application of Hezekiah WADE. Also, see, 'History of > Monongalia Co.' by Wiley and 'West Virginians in the Revolution.' > > > - Do you have any thing that places James PILES in another county? > > > > - I can access fold3.com Can you specifically tell me where Zachariah > PILES in his pension file clearly states his father was not killed in 1778? > > No need to repeat what you've posted to ancestry.com If you can expand > upon that with *sources* that would be great. > > Thanks. > > ...Pam... >

    05/11/2015 04:33:24
    1. [PYLE] Sara Broughton Pyle (1942-2015)
    2. Joseph Pyle via
    3. Dear cousins, list members, and friends ---- It is with much sadness that I have to inform you of the passing of Sara Pyle on April 17th, 2015. Without Sara's efforts, these communities ---- where we come together to talk of our love, our passion, our frustrating disappointments, and our exciting discoveries ----- would not exist, nor would the friendships we have forged, nor the knowledge and expertise we have shared. I never met Sara in person, but we talked several times by phone, and exchanged innumerable texts, chats, and e-mails about our hopes for the DNA group, where we wanted it to go, some of the things that we wanted to do with it, and life in general, which, at various times, included me finding out my dad had cancer, and her own diagnosis. And, despite the fact that she was a die-hard Republican, and I a die-hard Democrat (Texas and New York, right?), that never came close to disturbing the love that we had for this work, and the incredible doors that it flung wide in terms of helping people discover facts about their heritage that they had all but given up on ever knowing. I remember when I found out about the existence of the Pyle(s)/Pile(s) DNA study in 2007, I was so excited I could hardly talk - and I am sure my first e-mail to Sara reflected this. She was there to shepherd the DNA group along, just as she founded these mail lists in 1999, to give us all a place to come together and share words and ideas about this wonderful, vexing, addictive, frustrating, joyous hobby. That is quite a legacy. All any of us wants to do in the end is create. And Sara created something that will last long after she has left us. I had not talked much to Sara in the past three years, because the commitments of more responsibility at work, and being a half-time single parent to a teenager took most of my energy. One thing we had always talked about was trying to find a member of the Jane/Howard Pyle family, to test for DNA. Both of us so valued the tremendous scholarship that went into the "Blue Book" - and Sara always strove for that kind of attention to detail, both in the paper end of genealogy, and, later, in the test-tube end. In that spirit, the least that we (and certainly I) can do is to carry this wonderful community forward. I've asked to be given the administrative rights to the Pile(s), Pyle, and Pyle-DNA mailing lists. And I will certainly continue to administer, and hopefully grow, the Pyle(s)/Pile(s) DNA project. I want to end by quoting something I wrote to a perspective DNA tester back in 2008.. I said, "Take a look at the webpages I gave you, and if you have any more questions, feel free to contact me, or our group administrator Sara Pyle ( pyle@airmail.net <pyle@airmail.net>). She's the real boss - I just make wild guesses at what the DNA results mean :-)" And she always will be the real boss. Rest in peace, Sara. And thank you for your vision. -Joe http://www.turrentinejacksonmorrow.com/obituaries/sara-pyle-50724

    04/28/2015 03:08:24
    1. Re: [PYLE] JOE PYLE DNA CHARTING
    2. James Smee via
    3. Joe, Fair enough. There are a whole lot of people, including myself, who recognize your considerable expertise in this area, who greatly appreciate what you have shared, and who will look forward to an update. I truly believe that someday DNA or some other presently unknown tool will unravel all the mysteries of our ancestry. Thanks a ton. Jim On Sun, Mar 29, 2015 at 12:35 PM, Joe Pyle <josephpyle@gmail.com> wrote: > > Jim, I haven't done an update in 2 1/2 or 3 years - I've been busy with > other things, and my web server was no longer functional once Apple dropped > me.com > > I am the the process of thinking about getting a new computer. Once I do > that, I'll hunt around for a new webpage server, and once that is > accomplished, and the DNA pages I made have a new place to live, I'll > update the charts, and make a new set of webpages. > > We've had a number of new joins recently - I have to look at them, but I > think most of these (in a Pyle(s)/Pile(s) relational sense) will only be > helped if they purchase family finder, or already have it. > > Probably looking at sometime this summer for updated stuff. > > -Joe > > Sent from my iPhone > > > On Mar 29, 2015, at 12:00 PM, James Smee via <pyle@rootsweb.com> wrote: > > > > Joe, what do I need to do to have my uncle's familytreedna report be made > > available to be added to your charting? I thought I had done that, but > > didn't see it in what I believed to be a fairly recent edit of the thing. > > > > His kit (Paul Ernest PYLE, Jr) is number 266770, from ~two years ago. > His > > should be a close match to Franklin PYLES' kit (81931). Also, I'm not > sure > > you have kit 178280 entered (Edgar PILES, descendant of Leonard P. PILES > > and, I believe Francis PILES (c1660-1727)). > > > > Of course the problem could be that the edit wasn't so recent. Can you > > sort this out for me? > > > > Thanks > > > > Jim Smee > > > > ps: I owe a couple of people responses. Things have gotten a little > > bogged down. > > ________________________________ > > Visit the archives of this list at: > > http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/index/pyle > > > > Please do not quote an entire message in your reply. > > ________________________________ > > List admin: Sara Pyle: sarabpyle@gmail.com > > ------------------------------- > > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > PYLE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes > in the subject and the body of the message >

    03/29/2015 07:26:13
    1. Re: [PYLE] JOE PYLE DNA CHARTING
    2. Joe Pyle via
    3. Jim, I haven't done an update in 2 1/2 or 3 years - I've been busy with other things, and my web server was no longer functional once Apple dropped me.com I am the the process of thinking about getting a new computer. Once I do that, I'll hunt around for a new webpage server, and once that is accomplished, and the DNA pages I made have a new place to live, I'll update the charts, and make a new set of webpages. We've had a number of new joins recently - I have to look at them, but I think most of these (in a Pyle(s)/Pile(s) relational sense) will only be helped if they purchase family finder, or already have it. Probably looking at sometime this summer for updated stuff. -Joe Sent from my iPhone > On Mar 29, 2015, at 12:00 PM, James Smee via <pyle@rootsweb.com> wrote: > > Joe, what do I need to do to have my uncle's familytreedna report be made > available to be added to your charting? I thought I had done that, but > didn't see it in what I believed to be a fairly recent edit of the thing. > > His kit (Paul Ernest PYLE, Jr) is number 266770, from ~two years ago. His > should be a close match to Franklin PYLES' kit (81931). Also, I'm not sure > you have kit 178280 entered (Edgar PILES, descendant of Leonard P. PILES > and, I believe Francis PILES (c1660-1727)). > > Of course the problem could be that the edit wasn't so recent. Can you > sort this out for me? > > Thanks > > Jim Smee > > ps: I owe a couple of people responses. Things have gotten a little > bogged down. > ________________________________ > Visit the archives of this list at: > http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/index/pyle > > Please do not quote an entire message in your reply. > ________________________________ > List admin: Sara Pyle: sarabpyle@gmail.com > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to PYLE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    03/29/2015 06:35:19
    1. [PYLE] JOE PYLE DNA CHARTING
    2. James Smee via
    3. Joe, what do I need to do to have my uncle's familytreedna report be made available to be added to your charting? I thought I had done that, but didn't see it in what I believed to be a fairly recent edit of the thing. His kit (Paul Ernest PYLE, Jr) is number 266770, from ~two years ago. His should be a close match to Franklin PYLES' kit (81931). Also, I'm not sure you have kit 178280 entered (Edgar PILES, descendant of Leonard P. PILES and, I believe Francis PILES (c1660-1727)). Of course the problem could be that the edit wasn't so recent. Can you sort this out for me? Thanks Jim Smee ps: I owe a couple of people responses. Things have gotten a little bogged down.

    03/29/2015 06:00:14
    1. Re: [PYLE] [PYLES] JOE PYLE DNA CHARTING
    2. Robert via
    3. Joe: Let me second everything that Jim has said. We miss your valuable insights. Bob Pyles ----- Original Message ----- From: James Smee via<mailto:pyles@rootsweb.com> To: Joe Pyle<mailto:josephpyle@gmail.com> ; pyle-l@rootsweb.com<mailto:pyle-l@rootsweb.com> ; pyles-l@rootsweb.com<mailto:pyles-l@rootsweb.com> ; piles-l@rootsweb.com<mailto:piles-l@rootsweb.com> Sent: Sunday, March 29, 2015 10:26 AM Subject: Re: [PYLES] [PYLE] JOE PYLE DNA CHARTING Joe, Fair enough. There are a whole lot of people, including myself, who recognize your considerable expertise in this area, who greatly appreciate what you have shared, and who will look forward to an update. I truly believe that someday DNA or some other presently unknown tool will unravel all the mysteries of our ancestry. Thanks a ton. Jim On Sun, Mar 29, 2015 at 12:35 PM, Joe Pyle <josephpyle@gmail.com<mailto:josephpyle@gmail.com>> wrote: > > Jim, I haven't done an update in 2 1/2 or 3 years - I've been busy with > other things, and my web server was no longer functional once Apple dropped > me.com > > I am the the process of thinking about getting a new computer. Once I do > that, I'll hunt around for a new webpage server, and once that is > accomplished, and the DNA pages I made have a new place to live, I'll > update the charts, and make a new set of webpages. > > We've had a number of new joins recently - I have to look at them, but I > think most of these (in a Pyle(s)/Pile(s) relational sense) will only be > helped if they purchase family finder, or already have it. > > Probably looking at sometime this summer for updated stuff. > > -Joe > > Sent from my iPhone > > > On Mar 29, 2015, at 12:00 PM, James Smee via <pyle@rootsweb.com<mailto:pyle@rootsweb.com>> wrote: > > > > Joe, what do I need to do to have my uncle's familytreedna report be made > > available to be added to your charting? I thought I had done that, but > > didn't see it in what I believed to be a fairly recent edit of the thing. > > > > His kit (Paul Ernest PYLE, Jr) is number 266770, from ~two years ago. > His > > should be a close match to Franklin PYLES' kit (81931). Also, I'm not > sure > > you have kit 178280 entered (Edgar PILES, descendant of Leonard P. PILES > > and, I believe Francis PILES (c1660-1727)). > > > > Of course the problem could be that the edit wasn't so recent. Can you > > sort this out for me? > > > > Thanks > > > > Jim Smee > > > > ps: I owe a couple of people responses. Things have gotten a little > > bogged down. > > ________________________________ > > Visit the archives of this list at: > > http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/index/pyle<http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/index/pyle> > > > > Please do not quote an entire message in your reply. > > ________________________________ > > List admin: Sara Pyle: sarabpyle@gmail.com<mailto:sarabpyle@gmail.com> > > ------------------------------- > > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > PYLE-request@rootsweb.com<mailto:PYLE-request@rootsweb.com> with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes > in the subject and the body of the message > Questions about the list or our DNA Project? contact Sara at sarabpyle@gmail.com<mailto:sarabpyle@gmail.com> ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to PYLES-request@rootsweb.com<mailto:PYLES-request@rootsweb.com> with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    03/29/2015 04:44:45
    1. Re: [PYLE] pyle of ill
    2. This is a Message Board Post that is gatewayed to this mailing list. Author: DPyle63 Surnames: Classification: queries Message Board URL: http://boards.rootsweb.com/surnames.pyle/740.2.1.1.1/mb.ashx Message Board Post: I am in Indiana, your Uncle Jack was my Dad, email me at donpyle@gmail.com and I will send you an invite to the family tree that I worked on Important Note: The author of this message may not be subscribed to this list. If you would like to reply to them, please click on the Message Board URL link above and respond on the board. <br>

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