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  1. Winnie Tinkle: Birth: 22 DEC 1908 in Emhouse, Navarro Co., Texas. Death: 12 JUL 2003 in Mexia, Limestone Co., Texas

  2. Richard Doyle (Coon) Tinkle: Birth: 22 JUL 1910 in Emhouse, Navarro Co., Texas. Death: 20 APR 1969 in Las Vegas, Clark Co., Nevada

  3. Elizabeth (Tince) Tinkle: Birth: 15 AUG 1912 in Emhouse, Navarro Co., Texas. Death: 26 JUL 1976 in Corsicana, Navarro Co., Texas

  4. Mary Louise (Pete) Tinkle: Birth: 6 JUN 1914 in Emhouse, Navarro Co., Texas. Death: 12 MAR 1981

  5. Willie Mae (Bill) Tinkle: Birth: 19 NOV 1916 in Emhouse, Navarro Co., Texas. Death: 31 MAY 1927


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a. Note:   Shares the same marker as daughter Willie Mae (Bill) Tinkle.
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  Born on Saint Patrick's Day 1887, A. J. (Al) Tinkle was the son of Nathan and Matilda E. (Ware) Tinkle and married Lizzie Emma Turner, December 29, 1907. She was the daughter of W. J. and Nicie Jane Turner and they were married at the Turner family home north of Emhouse. They lived in the Emhouse Community, where their five children were born. These children being Winnie (12-22-1908); Doyle (Coon) (7-22-1910); Elizabeth (Tince) (8-15-1912); Louise (Pete) (6-6-1914) and Willie Mae (11-19-1916). Al and Lizzie lived north of Emhouse until her death in 1919, following the flu epidemic of 1918. He moved with his children to the home of his parents in 1921 and lived there until just prior to the marriage of his daughter Winnie. The youngest daughter, Willie Mae died May 31, 1927.
  On December 8, 1929, A. J. Tinkle married Faye Maggard Stephenson. He was a farmer and manager of the Farmers Co-op Gin for several years, later started ranching. His Brahma cattle were his pride and joy. Each morning he and his good friend Bill Gray drove to the bottom (of which it was referred) to see about these cattle. Several of the old timers would tell jokes about these two, such as neither would get out to open the gate, so they would just turn around and go back to Emhouse, and about Bill changing a flat tire with Al fanning with his hat.
  Albert and Faye made their home in Emhouse until his death on January 19, 1959. His survivors included his wife, four children, seven grandchildren and sixteen great-grandchildren.
  The above information was printed in The Navarro County Texas History Book (Volume II) and submitted by Winnie Tinkle Eastland.


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