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*** Information about the WICKER COMMUNITY in CLAY CO.,ALABAMA***
Posted by: Lisa (ID *****2285) Date: January 05, 2011 at 12:03:21
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I wish to know information regarding the WICKER COMMUNITY in CLAY CO. ALABAMA. I have a census record that records an, E.W. and MARTHA WICKER , in 1920. at this time, E.W. Wicker was 77 years old and Martha was 64 years old. Their children were Howell V. and a girl named Clara Wicker.I do not know what the initials ,E W. stand for.
I am assuming that these are part of a family named Wicker who had a hand in establishing this tiny community of Wicker. I cannot find it on a map in Clay Co.,Alabama, but I THINK it is near two places, one named, Pinkneyville and the other named, Sardis in Clay Co.Al.
I have relatives by the surnames of Suggs, Robinson, Wiley ,Huckaby and MaTTox who lived in Wicker from about at least 1860 to now.I want to locate it so I can locate burials, I do know where some of them are buried, but I do not know if some of them were buried in Wicker or not .I even asked a policeman in Ashland , and he had no idea where it was.It was not on his Clay County map.
Anybody know where Wicker is? Thanks for any knowledge!

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