Family of James Homer PINCKLEY Senior (43) & Anna GIBSON
Obituary: James Irvin PINCKLEY, 1920-1999
James Irvin "Red" PINCKLEY, 78, of Jackson, formerly of Carroll County, died Monday, April 12, at the West Tennessee Skilled Nursing Home in Jackson. Services were held on Thursday, April 15, at Dilday Funeral Home. Burial followed in the Roans Creek Cemetery, near Parkers Crossroads. Pallbearers who served where Benji Williams, Andy Williams, Teddy Hooten, James Mitchell PINCKLEY and Jeffery Robbins. He is survived by three sons, James E. PINCKLEY of Wichita, Kansas, Dave PINCKLEY of Boulder, Colorado, and Dan PINCKLEY of Jacksonville, Florida; two stepsons, Charles Hooten of Jackson and Tony Hooten of Bolivar; three step-daughters, Becky Waddell of Jackson, Sandra Robbins of Collierville, and Janice Williams of Bolivar; a sister, Elsie Renfroe of Troy; four grandchildren and 24 step-grandchildren.
On 30 Apr 1941 when James Irvin was 21, he first married Naomi MYRACLE, daughter of Robert Lee MYRACLE (1890-1973) & Evegene HALBROOKS (1895-1973), in Henderson County, Tennessee. Born about 1921. At the age of 71, Naomi died in Wichita, Sedgwick County, Kansas on 18 Nov 1992. Buried in Nov 1992 in Jones Cemetery, Henderson County, Tennessee.
They had the following children:
James Irvin second married Minnie Odell DUDLEY, daughter of L. M. DUDLEY & Nellie WARREN. Minnie Odell died in Jackson, Madison County, Tennessee on 5 Mar 1999. Buried in Mar 1999 in Roans Creek Cemetery, Clarksburg, Carroll County, Tennessee. Alias/AKA: "Nannie".
Obituary: Services for Minnie Odell "Nannie" PINCKLEY, 75, were held at 3:30 P.M., Sunday, March 7, 1999, from George A. Smith and Sons, North Chapel, with Charles Thomason and Gary Kerr, Ministers, officiating. Burial was in Roans Creek Cemetery in Carroll County. Mrs. PINCKLEY, a homemaker, died Friday morning, March 5, at the Jackson Madison County General Hospital. A native of Lake County, she was the daughter of the late L.M. and Nellie Warren Dudley. She was a former resident of Hollow Rock and a member of the Roans Creek Church of Christ. Mrs. PINCKLEY was preceded by her first husband, Boyd Hooten; two brothers, Wallace Dudley and E.W. Dudley; and two sisters, Martha Burse and Myrtle Washburn. She is survived by her husband, James PINCKLEY of Jackson; three daughters, Becky Waddell of Jackson, Janice Williams of Bolivar, and Sandra Robbins of Collierville; two sons, Charles Hooten of Jackson and Tony Hooten of Bolivar; a grandson that she raised, Tony Hooten; four sisters, Pauline Wooley and Mary Loo Evans, both of Jackson, Fay Cooper of Pasadena, Texas, and Donnie Scott of Memphis; 24 grandchildren, 32 great grandchildren, and a great-great grandchild. Grandsons served as pallbearers.
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