Nelson Haney WINTER Ella Lucinda WINTER Alec C WINTER Sidney Stewart WINTER Augustus Jay PICKETT Claude Coleman WINTER Margurette Catherine JENKINS Mini tree diagram
Julia Edna Anna WINTER

Julia Edna Anna WINTER4,1,2,3

18th Aug 18891,2,3 - 16th Apr 19853

Life History

18th Aug 1889

Born in Marlow, Pickens County, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory.1,2,3


Resident in Township 3, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory.1

22nd Jun 1909

Married Augustus Jay PICKETT in Columbus, Colorado, Texas.3

16th Apr 1985

Died in Orange, Orange, Texas.3

Died after an illness

18th Apr 1985

Buried in Evergreen Cemetery, Orange, Orange County, Texas.3


  • 1900 Federal Census, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory, 13 June,Township 3, District 132, page 6A, Hse/Fam #93
    Winter, Nelson H  Head W M  Jan 1857  43 TX Unknown Unknown Farmer
    Winter, Margare[t]  Wife W F  Jan 1864  36  TX MS MS
    Winter, Edna  Daughter W F  Aug 1889  10  Ind Terr  TX TX

    Wiley B. Winter sp. Lucinda Haney
    f/o Nelson "Nell" Haney Winter sp. Margurette Cassandra Jenkins
    f/o Claude Coleman Winter sp. Etta Lillie Pickett
    f/o Clothida "Tillie" Clarice Winter

    Nelson "Nell" Haney Winter & Margurette Cassandra Jenkins Winter hadthe following children:

    1.  Ella Lucinda Winter sp. Samuel Day Smith
    2.  Alec C. Winter sp. Allie R. Unknown
    3.  Sidney "Sid" S. Winter sp. Zora Crawford
    4.  Julia Edna Ann Winter sp. Augustus Jay Pickett
    5.  Claude Coleman Winter sp. Etta Lillie Pickett
    --  Pam Smith, email to Orville Boyd Jenkins, 08 August 2013

    Julia Edna Anna Winter Pickett
    Birth Aug. 18, 1889 Marlow, Stephens County, Oklahoma
    Death Apr. 16, 1985, Orange, Orange County, Texas

    The Orange Leader Wednesday, April 17, 1985

    Edna Winter Pickett

    Funeral services for Edna Winter Pickett, 95, of 5009 Westmore, WestOrange, will be Thursday at 4 p.m. at Fuller Funeral Home. The Rev.Arthur M. Pry, paster of St. John's United Methodist Church, willofficiate. Graveside rites will follow at Evergreen Cemetery under thedirection of members of Rebekah Lodge 103.

    Visitation will be today from 5-9 p.m. at the funeral home.  Memorialcontributions may be made to St. John's United Methodist Church.

    She died Tuesday at 7 p.m. at Jones Health Center after an illness. Anative of Indian Territory, OK., and 71 year Orange resident, she wasa homemaker and member of St. John's United Methodist Church and theRebekah Lodge.

    Survivors include four nieces, Clotilda Winter of West Orange (whomshe raised), Ora Beard of Woodville, Willie Kline of Port Arthur andEdna Colter of Texas City; and a nephew, Cecil Smith of Florien, La.

    Following information provided by Pam Smith (FAG 47736870), Herhusband is the grandson of Willie Kline, Edna's niece.

    Julia Edna Anna Winter Pickett was b. 18 Aug 1889 in Marlow, IT, OK
    d 16 Apr 1985 Orange, Orange Co., Tx
    m 22 Jun 1909 in Columbus, Colorado Co., Tx to Augustus Jay "A.J."Pickett.
    She was the d/o Nelson "Nell" Haney Winter and Margarette CassandraJenkins.
    Edna's four siblings were: Ella Lucinda; Alex C.; Sidney "Sid"; andClaude Coleman Winter.
    Edna and A.J. did not have any children of their own. Edna's brotherClaude's wife died and left him with a young daughter, Clotilda"Tillie" Winter.
    Edna's brother Claude was married to A.J. Pickett's sister, EttaLillie Pickett.
    Edna and A.J. raised their niece, Tillie as if she was their ownchild.
    Clotilda never married nor had any children.

    Father Nelson Haney Winter (1857 - 1927)
    Spouse August Jay Pickett (1890 - 1977)
    Ella L Smith (1881 - 1950)
    Alex C. Winter (1884 - 1914)
    Burial Evergreen Cemetery Orange, Orange County, Texas

    Created by Thomas Wilson Feb 16, 2013
    --  Find A Grave Memorial #105326612,


  • 1. 1900 Federal Census, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory
    • 13 June, Township 3, District 132, page 6A, Hse/Fam #93
  • 2. 1940 Federal Census, Orange County, Texas
    • 1 May, West Orange, District 181-6, Main St, page 11A, Hse #218, Owns
  • 3. Find a Grave Memorial Registry
  • 4. Pam Smith, email to Orville Boyd Jenkins, 08 August 2013

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