She was 6 in 1880.
He was 6 in 1870. He was 15 in 1880.
She was only 13 when she married.
She was 6 in 1880.
He was 67 in 1880, born in Tennessee, living in Dist #12, Jackson County, Tennessee. They have a grandson named Logan HANEY age 9 living with them.
She was 60 in 1880.
She was 23 in 1880, single, living with her parents.
She was 29 in 1880, single, living with her parents.
She was 27 in 1880, single, living with her parents.
He was 18 in 1850 born in Kentucky.
NOTES: Sarah could be the daughter of John and Sarah Calhoun Piles of Livingston County, Kentucky. If Sarah did give birth to an illegitimate child that could be why her mother does not name her in her Will in 1862. How old is Sarah really???? Was she ever married to the father of Henry???? Is her maiden name PILES/PYLES or was she married to a PILES/PYLES???? Where was Sarah and Henry in 1850 and where is Sarah in 1860???? Why is her son Henry living with Joshua and Eliza Jennings in 1860 instead of with his mother???? Sarah gives permission for Henry to marry in 1867 and is living with him in 1900.
She was 46 in 1870, born in Tennessee, working as a domestic servant living in the home of R. K. and Sarah Montgomery in Farmersville, Caldwell, Kentucky.
She was 84 in 1900, born in Tennessee, widowed and living with her son Henry. She said she had been the mother of one child and that child was still living.
DEATH RECORDS: Hi Vickie, I have info from a funeral home in Missouri. Sarah PYLES mother (adopted) of Henry Clay PYLES died in Butler County, Missouri 23 Sept 1910. The record states that she was a widow, died of old age and was 95 years 9 months and 28 days old. Says she died at farm. I think that was the farm of Henry Clay PYLES where he died in 1929. It was East off Hwy 53, south of Poplar Bluff, Missouri. Over the Historical Hargrove Bridge straight past Hillis Cemetery going toward Broseley. Hope all is well. Phyllis