Joseph Frederick Pangle and
Sophronia Elizabeth Faubion

Source:  Compiled by ggg-granddaughter, Deirde Pangle.
Contributed by Roberta Pangle Filzmaier, <filzmaier [at] verizon [dot] net, Nov 2006
Corrections suggested by Leah Walker, <cacti4ever @ gmail . com>, Dec 2010
See Notes at bottom of page for explanation.


Note:  Included here are only Joseph's and Sopronia's family. 
More information about this family is filed at the Herman Brown Free Library.

Joseph Frederick Pangle was the son of George Clinton Pangle and Elizabeth Langdon*.  He was born 6 Nov 1844 in Tennessee; died in Burnet County, Texas 2 Feb 1919.  He was buried in the Odd Fellows Cemetery.  [Photo of Joseph Pangle]   [Civil War Photo of Joseph Pangle]

                Military notes:    Enlisted in the Confederate Army, Fifth Tennessee Calvary, at Knoxville, 4 October 1861, at the age of 16.  He and brother, James, served together during the remainder of the war and were members of Company H, 5th Tennessee Calvary, Ashby’s Brigade, General Ewell Wheeler commander.  Was at the Battle of Chickamauga.  They also served under Generals Braxton Bragg, Joseph E. Johnston, and John B. Hood and saw
service in Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, and North Carolina.  He was commander of the Burnet County Camp #1805, U.C.V., Burnet, Texas.  Joseph was paroled on May 12, 1865, at Kingston, Georgia, but remained loyal to his convictions and frequently attended Confederate Veterans Reunions.
                Occupation:  sheriff, tax collector, commissioner from the Marble Falls Precinct, and was never defeated in an election.  Served in these positions for 25 - 30 years.
                Misc. notes:   While riding with a group searching for marauding renegades, his gun was accidentally discharged which required the amputation of his leg
                Religious notes:   Joseph Frederick Pangle was a member of the Baptist Church; his wife was Presbyterian
               Land notes:  purchased a farm on the north side of the Colorado River in Burnet County
                Burial:   Burnet, Odd Fellows Cemetery.*

                Married 02/25/1869 Sophronia Elizabeth Faubion (06/13/1849 - 03/25/1906)(born Tenn;died Texas)(IOOF Cemetery), daughter of Tilghman Alexander Howard Faubion  and Margaret Catherine McSween

Children of Joseph Frederick Pangle and Sophronia Elizabeth Faubion:

  • John Horace Pangle (04/29/1872 - 03/05/1901)  never married.  Buried in Odd Fellows Cemetery
  • George Faubion Pangle (07/05/1873 - 10/09/1882) (Faubion Cemetery, Pleasant Valley, Texas)
  • James Claude Pangle (03/19/1876 - 11/22/1957) (born and died in Burnet County, Texas).  Occupation:  Manager, Cedar Business.  Married 02/11/1900 Mary Addie “Addie” Payton (07/23/1879 - 10/03/1966) (died Harris County, Texas)

Children of James Claude Pangle and Mary Addie Payton:

Claudia “Claudie” Pangle (08/11/1901 - 10/08/1980) (died Parker County, Texas).  Married 1943 to George E. Robertson

Vivian Pangle (10/31/1903 - 7-31-1990*).  Married 06/27/1928 John Maxwell Browder (07/04/1900 - 12/03/1973) (born Parker County, TX), son of Richard Beckley Browder and Mary Belle Porter

Marian Pangle (11/25/1904 - 07/31/1983) (Magnolia Cemetery, Beaumont, Texas) married 07/15/1929 Thomas Kelsey Lamb, Sr.  (07/25/1904 - 11/13/1970) (Magnolia Cemetery)

*James Payton Pangle, born 11-10-1912 and died 9-16-1953.  He married Bellna Crawford and Bennie Mae Cates
  • Margaret  Elizabeth Pangle (11/03/1879 - 10/04/1967) (born Burnet County, Texas; died El Paso, Texas).  Married 04/13/1904 Alexander Emmett “Emmett” Jacques (Burnet, Texas)
  • Clyde Frederick Pangle (07/30/1882 - 01/28/1935) (Odd Fellows’ Cemetery).  Never married
  • Sarah Eula Pangle (04/13/1886-09/26/1962) (born Burnette County, Texas).  Married 05/24/1913 Jacob “Jake” Hollabaugh Clements (07/13/1884 - 01/08/1969) (born Burnet Co., Texas).  Clements' occupation was farmer.  He was the son of Emanuel Jefferson Clements, Sr., and Rachel Ann Hollabaugh.     
  • *Eliza Catherine "Cate" Pangle born 6-15-1890, died 1 Feb 1981.  She married Charles Snow 8-25-1909.  One interesting thing about her...she was born in the Burnet County jail and was always so embarrassed to say she'd been born in a jail
  • Joseph Langdon Pangle (08/11/1893 - 09/30/1956) (born Burnet County, Texas; died Dallas, Texas)
military note:  member of the Texas Special Rangers
occupation:  filled his father’s position as tax assessor upon his father’s death

worked for Bell Telephone Company
married 12/24/1919 Mary Ann Corder (about 1897 - )
married 06/17/1932 Blanche Catherine DieBold (03/14/1907 - 09/05/2002) (died Richardson, Texas)

*NOTE:  Corrections suggested by Leah Walker, <cacti4ever @ gmail . com>, Dec 2010
  

Original info was:

1.  parents - Thomas Isaac Pangle and Mary J. "Mollie" Britt.  Although the death certificate for Joseph F. Pangle shows his father to be Isaac Pangle, US Federal Census data from 1860 shows him in the family of George Pangle in Tennessee.  NO census entries were found for an Isaac Pangle with a son Joseph F. in 1850 or 1860.  Also, Burnet County History, Vol II, page 239, states Joseph's parents to be George and Elizabeth Pangle.

2.  burial of Joseph Pangle - Marble Falls Cemetery.  Death certificate and Burnet County Cemeteries book show burial site to be Odd Fellows Cemetery.   

3.  Vivian Pangle - no death date. added from info of Leah Walker.

4.  added child of James Claude Pangle:  James Payton Pangle

5.  added child of Joseph F. Pangle:  Eliza Catherine Pangle

                  

 

 

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