1. THOMAS(1) BICKLE was born 1797 in Kelly, Devonshire, England, and died 1841 in Burrow Kelly, Devonshire, England. He married MARIA YOULDEN.
Notes for MARIA YOULDEN:
Born of German parents.
Children of THOMAS BICKLE and MARIA YOULDEN are:
i. THOMAS(2) BICKLE, b. 1823.
ii. MARY BICKLE, b. 1824.
iii. JOHN BICKLE, b. 1825.
2. iv. WILLIAM BICKLE, b. 1827, England; d. 1909, Beloit, Kansas.
v. GEORGE BICKLE, b. 1833.
vi. DANIEL BICKLE, b. 1836.
Generation No. 2
2. WILLIAM(2) BICKLE (THOMAS(1) was born 1827 in England, and died 1909 in Beloit, Kansas. He married (1) SARAH J. WITHERELL. He married (2) SUSIE ALVORD.
Notes for WILLIAM BICKLE:
He had twenty children.
Native of England and the state of Connecticut respectively. William came to America with his widowed mother and a brother at the age of fourteen.
His father, Thomas was killed in and accident. The ship bringing the family to America ran into a huge storm and was blown off course to the Falkland Islands off Argentina. His mother, Maria, made her way back north to Welsch friends who lived near Detroit, Michigan. Upon arriving in America, William settled in Jefferson County, Wisconsin some years before the Civil War. William took off quite young, he married Sarah when she was 13 years old and made his way to Winnebago Territory, where the Oneida Indian tribe had just been removed to and became a trapper and wagon trader. From Wisconsin he traveled slowly westward, living in various states, until he reached Kansas in the spring of 1870. Where he entered a claim in the Solomon Valley near Beloit. He was a farmer and wasprominent in Kansas politics, and ever since he arrived in the state and settled has served the public in some official capacity.
Children of WILLIAM BICKLE and SARAH WITHERELL are:
(Still working on situating children and who's the mother to whom)
i. ELI(3) BICKLE.
ii. ELLEN BICKLE.
iii. LENA BICKLE.
3. iv. CHARLES NATHANIEL BICKLE, b. March 20, 1850, Jefferson County, Wisconsin; d. June 25, 1931, Seattle, King County, Washington.
4. v. DELIA BICKLE, b. 1852.
vi. EVA BICKLE, b. 1857; m. FRANK LEAKE.
Notes for FRANK LEAKE:
He was from Kearney, Nebraska
vii. DAVID JAMES BICKLE, b. 1858.
Notes for DAVID JAMES BICKLE:
From Ismay(sp), Montana
5. viii. GEORGE LEE BICKLE, b. June 29, 1858, Jackson County, Wisconsin.
6. ix. JOSEPH HIRAM BICKLE, b. July 02, 1863.
x. IRA BICKLE, b. 1868.
xi. WILLIAM BENJAMIN BICKLE, b. Aft. 1868.
Generation No. 3
3. CHARLES NATHANIEL(3) BICKLE (WILLIAM(2), THOMAS(1) was born March 20, 1850 in Jefferson County, Wisconsin, and died June 25, 1931 in Seattle, King County, Washington. He married (1) FANNY ELIZA BACON 1869 in Iowa, at the brides home state, daughter of HORATIO BACON and ELIZA PENNOCK. He married (2) PHOEBE MARKS 1910.
It is not given to every man--in fact, to comparatively few--that his name should be perpetuated by a prosperous, growing town, whose future is as bright as that of Bickleton, Klickitat County. Yet the doughty pioneer of Central Washington, whose biography is herewithin presented, is the father of the thrifty commercial center that bears his name, and until recent years was a leading citizen.
Bickleton founder was born in Wisconsin fiftey-four years ago (year of article 1904) and was one of twenty children, whos parents were William and Sarah J. (Withrell) Bickle, natives of England.
He was a native of Iowa , who crossed the Plains in the early 1850's and located his home in Goldendale. He went to Klickitat county in 1878, he founded the town that bears his name in May of 1879, "BICKLETON,WASHINGTON". It is located about 20 miles north of the Columbia River.
He is buried in Prosser, Washington.
Notes for FANNY ELIZA BACON:
Have a picture of her.
Have a picture of her headstone.
She is buried in Prosser, Washington.
Children of CHARLES BICKLE and FANNY BACON are:
i. CHARLES EDWIN(4) BICKLE, b. March 15, 1871, Iowa; d. September 14, 1980, Olympia, Washington; m. (1) OLIVE MELISSA HENDRICK, August 14, 1892, Goldendale, Klickitat County, Washington; m. (2) GERTRUDE NOAMI BECKETT, August 20, 1902.
Notes for CHARLES EDWIN BICKLE:
He is buried in Goldendale.
Marriage Notes for CHARLES BICKLE and OLIVE HENDRICK:
Simeon Bolton and Jarvis Emigh were their witnesses.
ii. WILLIAM HORATIO BICKLE, b. December 21, 1872, Lincoln, Nebraska; d. October 06, 1962, Prosser, Washington; m. (1) FLORA DELL RANSIER, November 15, 1895, Residence of David Ransier; m. (2) HATTIE BELL WOMMACK, 1928.
Notes for WILLIAM HORATIO BICKLE:
He is remembered as a true pioneer, having worked for Ben Snipes as a young man. He had an abundance of wonderful stories about the early days of this area. One such experience was with his father and two brothers. There were many wild horses in the Bickleton area in the late 1880s and 1890s. About that time, gold was discovered in Alaska. Word was received from Seattle that there was a great need for horses in the rush for the gold fields. The Bickles rounded up a hundred or so head of the wild mustangs and, in early fall of the year, started driving them to Seattle for sale and shipment to Alaska. They were well provided for with a supply of beans, but not much else. Their first hint of trouble came when they had difficulty boiling water in the high country. After several days of hunger, they resorted to butchering a horse, without which they might have starved. This was not the last of there troubles. Upon arriving in Seattle, they were told there was no longer a need for horses and they had to dispose of them at sacrificial prices.
He is buried in the Prosser Cemetery.
Have a picture of his headstone.
Notes for FLORA DELL RANSIER:
Have a picture of her headstone.
She is buried in the Prosser Cemetery.
Marriage Notes for WILLIAM BICKLE and FLORA RANSIER:
Charles Bickle and Ollie (Olive) Bickle were their witnesses.
Notes for HATTIE BELL WOMMACK:
She was born in Missouri and traveled west with her parents Mr. and Mrs. W.S. Wommack, a sister and four brothers. Crossing the plains in a covered wagon, the family worked their way west, stopping in Missouri, Kansas, Utah, Nevada and Idaho, before arriving in Klickitat county in 1883. They settled in Bickleton and the children were educated in a one room school house there. In 1890, Hattie B. Wommack married L.H. Shattuck. He died in 1924 and in 1928 ahe married W. H. Bickle, a childhood schoolmate and son of another pioneer family for whom the town is named. She was recognized as an outstanding horsewoman and was still riding until a couple years before her 90th birthday. She could be seen riding her son's spirited quarter-horses. At the time of her 90th birthday she was still active in her club memberships and until 1961 she did all her own housework. She was a member of the Seople Chapter of the Order of Eastern Star of Granger, a charter member of the Alfalfa Grange, and a past Noble Grand of the Rebekah Lodge, and was presently holding a office in 1962.
She is buried in the Mabton Cemetery in Washington State.
7. iii. PHOEBE ELMIRA BICKLE, b. July 26, 1874, Kansas; d. July 09, 1920, Sunnyside, Washington.
iv. GEORGE BICKLE, b. November 12, 1876, Kansas; d. November 12, 1876, Kansas.
v. ALICE MINNIE BICKLE, b. January 14, 1878, San Francisco, California; d. December 13, 1931, Mabton, Washington; m. ALBERT MORRIS RANSIER, January 11, 1895, Ione, Oregon.
Notes for ALICE MINNIE BICKLE:
Buried in the Mabton Cemetary.
vi. EVA BELLE BICKLE, b. February 04, 1880, Bickleton, Klickitat County, Washington; d. January 08, 1941, Richfield, Idaho; m. HARRY LOCKEY, October 15, 1895, Yakima County, Washington.
vii. CHARLES LEROY "ROY" BICKLE, b. May 03, 1881, Bickleton, Klickitat County, Washington; d. November 05, 1951, Seattle, Washington; m. ANGELINE EVA MCKEE, October 20, 1907, Prosser, Washington.
viii. FANNIE JOSEPHINE BICKLE, b. September 09, 1882, Bickleton, Klickitat County, Washington; d. October 07, 1883, Bickelton, Klickitat County, Washington.
Notes for FANNIE JOSEPHINE BICKLE:
She is buried in the Old M. E. Cemetary in Bickleton Washington.
Have a picture of her headstone.
ix. FANNIE MARRIAH BICKLE, b. March 10, 1884, Bickleton, Klickitat County, Washington; d. July 03, 1966, Sunnyside, Washington; m. GEORGE E. WILLIAMS, October 22, 1898, Bickleton, Klickitat County, Washington.
(Picture is of Fanny Bacon holding Fanny M. Bickle)
Marriage Notes for FANNIE BICKLE and GEORGE WILLIAMS:
Ellis Collins, Laura Carter and Martha Matsen were their witnesses.
x. JOHN FREDERICK "FRED" BICKLE, b. January 03, 1885, Bickleton, Klickitat County, Washington; d. December 21, 1974, Seattle, Washington; m. AMY FLORA (PERRY) GILPATRICK, October 03, 1908, Mabton, Washington.
xi. GRACE HARRIET BICKLE, b. December 03, 1887, Bickleton, Klickitat County, Washington; d. June 14, 1969, Klamath Falls, Oregon; m. OTIS JERRUE, March 22, 1905, Prosser, Washington?.
8. xii. DAVID JAMES BICKLE, b. April 18, 1889, Bickleton, Klickitat County, Washington; d. September 16, 1928.
9. xiii. IDA LOUISE BICKLE, b. March 05, 1891, Bickleton, Klickitat County, Washington; d. March 11, 1952, California.
xiv. HELEN DORA BICKLE, b. January 16, 1894, Bickleton, Klickitat County, Washington; m. JOHN CHARLES CLARK, May 05, 1907, Bickleton, Klickitat County, Washington.
Marriage Notes for HELEN BICKLE and JOHN CLARK:
They were married at Charles Nathaniel Bickle's home in Bickleton.
xv. INFANT BICKLE, b. May 13, 1895; d. May 13, 1895.
Notes for INFANT BICKLE:
I think it was a boy but not sure. He was still born.
xvi. ADELIA BICKLE, b. May 10, 1896, Bickleton, Klickitat County, Washington; d. October 18, 1927.
xvii. HARRY THOMAS BICKLE, b. October 13, 1900, Prosser, Washington; d. September 10, 1985, Canada; m. KATE WYSE, August 02, 1928.
Marriage Notes for HARRY BICKLE and KATE WYSE:
They had 5 children.
4. DELIA(3) BICKLE (WILLIAM(2), THOMAS(1) was born 1852. She married UNKNOWN.
Child of DELIA BICKLE and UNKNOWN is:
i. LOTTIE(4) UNKNOWN.
5. GEORGE LEE(3) BICKLE (WILLIAM(2), THOMAS(1) was born June 29, 1858 in Jackson County, Wisconsin. He married MARTHA HATFIELD April 1885 in Miles City, Montana.
Notes for GEORGE LEE BICKLE:
As Sherriff of Choteau County since 1909, and now serving his second term (during the time of this article) in that office, George L. Bickle has given further evidence of the splendid ability as a public official which he has shown throughout the years in which he has served the county in various public capacities. As Chief of Police of Havre for ten years, he made a admirable record for efficiency, and previous to his election to the office of Chief of Police he was Collector of Customs at Havre from 1892 until the opening of Cleveland's first administration, when he resigned to assume the duties of the position of Chief. His life has ever been a busy one, and has been marked with the worthy progress in every line of endeavor to which he has applied his energies. As a ranchman and horse breeder he is today (time of article) known as one of the most capable and prosperous men in the county and he is in every respect worthy of the high esteem and generous confidence which is everywhere accorded to him.
The early education of George was secured in the public schools of Fayette, Iowa, and Beloit, Kansas and his studies did not extend beyond his sixteenth year. He assisted his father with the general farm work until he was nineteen, when he struck out in life for himself. His first work was range riding. He fell in with a Texas company of rangers in Kansas, who were trailing a herd of cattle that were being supplied to the indian agencies at the Yankton Agency, and he accompanied them. In the following spring he engaged in round up work, and in the summer of 1881 came to Montana, where he followed the free and easy life of the cowboy until 1887. His employment took him through the Yellowstone district and Miles City. While there he formed the acquaintance of Theodore Roosevelt, becoming intimately acquainted with him. In 1887 he gave up his life on the plains and went to Fort Benton, there following various occupations for about a year, after which he went to Havre, Montana, very soon thereafter being made Chief of Police, a position which he held for ten years. He was also a constable for fourteen years in Havre. In 1909 Mr. Bickle was elected to the office of Sheriff of Chouteau County, and was serving his second term when this article was written. His service during the years when he was Chief of Police was characterized by his contact as the roughest element the state had ever known, but he handled the office in a manner which left nothing to be desired on the part of the citizens of Havre. In his experience as Chief and Sheriff Mr. Bickle has met with the most dangerous and hardened criminals but in all the years of his service he has never found it necessary to make an arrest at the popint of a gun but on one occasion. His methods are unique and, but effective, and his reputation as an officer of the law is one which will stand any test. He is regarded as one of the most efficient officers the county had known since its reorganization, and his position in the regard to residents of the city and county is most secure.
Mr. Bickle is a Republican in his political affiliations and has always been an importatn factor in the interests of the party since he had been a resident of the state. He is a member of the Benevolent and Protected Order of the Elks and of the Order of the Eagles, both of Havre.
Children of GEORGE BICKLE and MARTHA HATFIELD are:
i. ERNEST(4) BICKLE.
ii. HIRAM LEE BICKLE, b. 1892, Havre, Hill County, Montana; d. 1957; m. MARTHA SOPHIA GREENE.
iii. LARNED BICKLE.
iv. BERNICE BICKLE.
v. EVA LEONA BICKLE, b. 1890; m. WILLIAM MCCLOUD.
vi. MARGARET BICKLE.
6. JOSEPH HIRAM(3) BICKLE (WILLIAM(2), THOMAS(1) was born July 02, 1863. He married MARY E. NIERS June 1881 in Atchison County, Missouri.
Notes for JOSEPH HIRAM BICKLE:
He came to Montana from Kansas in Mitchell County of which the state he grew up. He grew up as a farmer boy and the district school there gave him his educational opportunities, but he did not take advantage of them fully. Leaving home at the age of sixteen years, he began life for himself at farming and stockraising about the old Bickle home, having bought his time from his father, to whom he paid $25.00 per month until he came of age. When the Fort Scott, Wichita and Western Railroad was built, or under construction, he had a team of horses and some time to spare, and secured contracts at grading on the road between Eldorado and Newton, putting in a year at railroad work. Leaving this railroad he went on the construction of Rock Island, which was building through Northern Kansas, and did grading on the line from Formoan(?) to Jewell City, a work in which he spent six months. He had resumed farming once taking up the rairoad work, and now again engaged in that vocation. Mr. Bickle's first work in the State of Montana was as a sheep ranchman in the employ of his brother, David J. Bickle, and ranged on the head of Pine Creek. He was a wage-worker for eleven years, in the service of his brother, his monthly wage being $35, which was gradually increased to $60. He invested his surplus wage in cattle and when he started his own ranching with 126 head it was the common cattle of the region, which he ran under the brand of "31F". This brand was abandoned and the "Tub 1." has since been his chief mark. The commaon grades of Shorthorn and White faces have taken its place.
Beginning ranching alone, Mr. Bickle started on the head of Pine Creek, but two years later established his ranch at Knowlton, on the tributary of Locate Creek, a region in which he entered his homestead and has acquired by purchase, railroad lands, having developed a ranch of 1,924 acres. All of this is under fence and stocked with both cattle and horses, which have been bred well toward the pure Pereheron, a class of stock which has not been a disappointment on the Bickle ranch.
When he reached his majority Mr. Bickle shaped his politics after the Republican plan and cast his first presidential vote for James G. Blaine. He has followed the preference to the present timem save in the contest in 1896 when he gave his ballot to William Jennings Bryan.
Notes for MARY E. NIERS:
She was reered fron the age of twelve years in Mitchell County, Kansas, where her family had settled on a farm.
Children of JOSEPH BICKLE and MARY NIERS are:
10. i. ALICE(4) BICKLE.
11. ii. GEORGE B. BICKLE.
12. iii. WILLIAM W. BICKLE.
13. iv. GLADYS BICKLE.
Generation No. 4
7. PHOEBE ELMIRA(4) BICKLE (CHARLES NATHANIEL(3), WILLIAM(2), THOMAS(1) was born July 26, 1874 in Kansas, and died July 09, 1920 in Sunnyside, Washington. She married CYRUS OSCAR WOMMACK November 22, 1890 in Bickleton, Klickitat County, Washington, son of WILLIAM WOMMACK and MATILDA RENNER.
Notes for PHOEBE ELMIRA BICKLE:
Phoebe Bickle Wommack, wife of C.O. Wommack, was born in Kansas in 1875 and departed this life at Sunnyside Hospital, Friday July 9th, 1920, She leaves to mourn her loss a husband two daughters and three sons, a father and brothers and sisters. Mrs. Wommack had been sick for several years, but had been in the hospital but a few days. She was a loving mother and faithful wife. Funeral services were held at Mabton, Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
She died in the Sunnyside Hospital, she had been sick for several years but was only in the hospital but a few days.
She is buried in the Mabton Cemetery in Washington State and shares a headstone with her husband Cyrus O.
Have picture of her.
Have picture of her headstone.
Notes for CYRUS OSCAR WOMMACK:
As a child he went by Oscar as an adult he went by Dick.
Cyrus was born in Illinois. He was educated in Missouri, Illinois, and Kansas. Cyrus remained on his father's farm until he came of age; then entered the horse raising business in Klickitat and Yakima counties, both buying and selling. In 1894 he filed a homestead claim to a quarter-section in Klickitat county and lived there seven years, continuing his stock business. In 1898 he purchased two hundred and forty acres of land, but four years later sold his entire holdings and moved to Mabton. There he engaged in the livery business. He was connected with the Knights of Pythias and Yeomen; politically he was a Republican. In 1904 he owned forty acres of farming land in Mabton, sixty head of cattle and fifty head of horses, besides his livery at Mabton. He was an energetic, progressive business man of excellant qualities, and was favorably known throughout that section.
Childrens names taken from 1900 census of Klickitat county, Bickleton, Washington.
In the census of 1910 it lists Cyrus as a Liquor dealer and is living in Mabton and all of his children were living at home at this time.
He is buried in the Mabton Cemetery in Washington State and shares a headstone with his wife Phoebe A. Bickle.
Have picture of him.
Have picture of headstone.
Marriage Notes for PHOEBE BICKLE and CYRUS WOMMACK:
They were married at the brides parent's house.
William Colyer and Charles Skiller were their witnesses.
Children of PHOEBE BICKLE and CYRUS WOMMACK are:
i. INFANT1(5) WOMMACK, b. July 11, 1891, Bickleton, Klickitat County, Washington; d. July 11, 1891, Bickleton, Klickitat County, Washington.
Notes for INFANT1 WOMMACK:
He was a premature baby only lived 8 hours. He is buried in the M. E. Cemetery in Bickleton Washington there is no marker.
ii. WILLIAM VIRGIL WOMMACK, b. November 03, 1892, Bickleton, Klickitat County, Washington; d. February 01, 1973, Sacramento, California; m. (1) SOPHIA DAVIES; m. (2) BEULAH UNKNOWN; m. (3) UNKNOWN; m. (4) LEE L. LING?; m. (5) SYLVIA LOLA JOHNSON.
Notes for WILLIAM VIRGIL WOMMACK:
I know William had three daughters and one son for sure but do not know by which wife. I have an obituary that states this. (Note by DAH)
Daughters: Mrs Robert Ruble of Pasco, Washington
Mrs Ernest Crossler of Hot Springs, California
Mrs Albert Studeman of Yakima, Washington
Sons: Glenn Wommack of Yakima, Washington
The children were in these places in 1973.
February 1, 1973
SACRAMENTO, California.- W. Virgil Wommack 80, a former Yakima Valley resident, died Thursday night in Sacramento. Born in Bickleton, Mr. Wommack's maternal grandfather was the town's founder, Charles Bickle. Mr. Wommack lived in the Mabton area before moving to California several years ago. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Lee Wommack; three daughters, Mrs Robert Ruble of Pasco, Mrs. Albert Studeman of Yakima and Mrs. Ernest Crossler of Hot Springs, Calif.; a son, Glenn Wommack of Yakima; a brother, Carl Wommack of Bonners Ferry, Idaho; two sisters, Mrs. Wilfred Kelly of Seattle and Mrs. Mona McCotter of Yakima; eight grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.
Have a young picture of him.
iii. MONA M. WOMMACK, b. November 27, 1894, Bickleton, Klickitat County, Washington; d. January 25, 1982; m. RALPH MCCOTTER, June 01, 1915, White Bluffs, Washington.
Notes for MONA M. WOMMACK:
Have a young picture of her.
Notes for RALPH MCCOTTER:
He worked for the railroad.
Marriage Notes for MONA WOMMACK and RALPH MCCOTTER:
They lived in the following cities in Yakima county, Washington: Ahtanum, Fruitvale, Harwood, Pomona, Tampico, Weikel, West Side, and Yakima.
iv. HARRY O. "NIBS" WOMMACK, b. February 06, 1897, Bickleton, Klickitat County, Washington; d. Tacoma, Pierce County, Washington.
Notes for HARRY O. "NIBS" WOMMACK:
Have a young picture of him.
v. RICHARD PIERSON WOMMACK, b. September 01, 1899, Bickleton, Klickitat County, Washington; d. March 06, 1902, Bickleton, Klickitat County, Washington.
Notes for RICHARD PIERSON WOMMACK:
Buried in the M. E. Cemetary in Bickleton Washington.
Have a picture of his headstone.
vi. CARL WOMMACK, b. October 07, 1900, Bickleton, Klickitat County, Washington; d. February 05, 1987, Sugar Loaf, Jerome County, Idaho; m. MYRLA A. GOODELL, October 09, 1920, Pasco, Franklin County, Washington.
Notes for CARL WOMMACK:
Adopted 1 boy and 1 girl
He recieved Social Security benefits in Appleton, Barrymore, Falls City Jerome and Sugar Loaf all in Jerome County, Idaho.
He was buried in the Jerome Cemetery in Jerome County, Idaho on February 11, 1987
Have a young picture of him.
vii. INFANT(2) WOMMACK, b. 1902-1903, Mabton, Washington; d. 1902-1903, Mabton, Washington.
Notes for INFANT2 WOMMACK:
She lived 1 month.
viii. IDA FRANCES WOMMACK, b. October 27, 1907, Mabton, Washington; m. WILFRED KELLY, Seattle, Washington.
Notes for IDA FRANCES WOMMACK:
Have a very young picture of her.
ix. INFANT(4) WOMMACK, b. 1915, White Bluffs, Washington; d. 1915, White Bluffs, Washington.
Notes for INFANT(4) WOMMACK:
She was premature and died at birth.
8. DAVID JAMES(4) BICKLE (CHARLES NATHANIEL(3), WILLIAM(2), THOMAS(1) was born April 18, 1889 in Bickleton, Klickitat County, Washington, and died September 16, 1928. He married PEARL January 03, 1905 in Prosser, Washington?.
Children of DAVID BICKLE and PEARL are:
i. DONALD(5) BICKLE.
ii. CECIL BICKLE.
iii. AMY BICKLE.
9. IDA LOUISE(4) BICKLE (CHARLES NATHANIEL(3), WILLIAM(2), THOMAS(1) was born March 05, 1891 in Bickleton, Klickitat County, Washington, and died March 11, 1952 in California. She married OLEY CHRISTENSEN December 28, 1904 in Belma, Washington.
Children of IDA BICKLE and OLEY CHRISTENSEN are:
i. EMMET WIBERT(5) CHRISTENSEN, b. February 25, 1906, Grandview, Washington; d. November 08, 1968, Berkeley, Alameda County, California; m. ALICE PRISCILLA ROLLER.
ii. MARIE "HANNAH" CHRISTENSEN, b. September 19, 1907, Grandview, Washington; m. MORRIS BECK.
iii. ALBERT CHRISTENSEN, b. August 10, 1910; d. February 18, 1990, California; m. LEAFA DEVAULT.
iv. DONALD (TWIN) CHRISTENSEN, b. June 14, 1914; d. September 04, 1998, Hayward, Alameda County, California; m. HELEN.
v. DORIS (TWIN) CHRISTENSEN, b. June 14, 1914.
vi. CHARLIE ANDREW CHRISTENSEN, b. November 25, 1916; d. April 02, 2001, Antioch, Contra Costa, California; m. CLELLA ELIZABETH BENNETT, April 13, 1944.
10. ALICE(4) BICKLE (JOSEPH HIRAM(3), WILLIAM(2), THOMAS(1). She married D.B. VAN COURT.
Child of ALICE BICKLE and D.B. VAN COURT is:
i. LEONA(5) VAN COURT.
11. GEORGE B.(4) BICKLE (JOSEPH HIRAM(3), WILLIAM(2), THOMAS(1). He married MYRTLE HATTON.
Children of GEORGE BICKLE and MYRTLE HATTON are:
i. WILLIAM(5) BICKLE.
ii. IDELLA BICKLE.
iii. JOSEPH BICKLE.
12. WILLIAM W.(4) BICKLE (JOSEPH HIRAM(3), WILLIAM(2), THOMAS(1). He married JESSIE FLEET.
Notes for WILLIAM W. BICKLE:
He joined the heavy artillery branch of the United States Army for service in World War I and arrived overseas about the time of the signing of the armistice.
Child of WILLIAM BICKLE and JESSIE FLEET is:
i. MARJORIE(5) BICKLE.
13. GLADYS(4) BICKLE (JOSEPH HIRAM(3), WILLIAM(2), THOMAS(1). She married ED ROY.
Children of GLADYS BICKLE and ED ROY are:
i. WILLIAM(5) ROY.
ii. FRANCES ROY.