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Family of William Edgar PINCKLEY (110) & Mattie Wood SMITH

227. Thomas Samuel PINCKLEY. Born on 4 Nov 1905 in Carroll County, Tennessee.

On 12 Dec 1926 when Thomas Samuel was 21, he married Mary Irene COCKRAN, in Trezevant, Carroll County, Tennessee. Born on 7 May 1910 in Greenfield, Weakley County, Tennessee. At the age of 94, Mary Irene died in Milan, Gibson County, Tennessee on 5 Dec 2004. Buried on 7 Dec 2004 in Pisgah Cemetery, Atwood, Carroll County, Tennessee.

Obituary: Funeral services for Mrs. Mary C. Pinkley, 94, will be held at 2:00 p.m. Tuesday, December 7, 2004 at First Baptist Church, Atwood, TN. Burial will follow at Pisgah Cemetery in Atwood, TN. Mrs. Pinkley, a homemaker, died December 5, 2004 at Milan General Hospital. She was a member of First Baptist Church, Atwood, TN. She was preceded in death by her husband Thomas Samuel Pinkley. She is survived by her son, Harold Pinkley and wife Jean of Humboldt, TN; daughter, Joyce Springer and husband John E. Springer of Atwood, TN; seven grandchildren, David Springer, Linda Tilley and Melody McKee all of Milan, TN, Johnny Springer of Atwood, TN, Harold Pinkley, Jr. of Nashville, TN, Pam Burleson of Jackson, TN, and Cathy Sloan of Murfreesboro, TN and eleven great-grandchildren.

They had the following children:
481 i. Thomas Harold (1930-)
482 ii. Mary Joyce (1935-)

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