Peggy Jean Pegues

b. 12 November 1928, d. 12 September 1999
  • Peggy Jean Pegues was born on 12 November 1928 in Fort Lewis, Pierce County, Washington.
  • Frances I. Humphries arrived in the Port of New York on 19 April 1935, accompanied by Peggy Jean Pegues, Frances Ouida Pegues aboard the US Army Transport SS Republic, having departed Cristobal, Canal Zone, on the 14th.
  • Claude Wynne Pegues and Frances I. Humphries appeared in the US federal census of 1 April 1940 in Laramie County, Wyoming, at Fort Francis E. Warren Military Reservation. Other members of the household included Peggy Jean Pegues, Frances Ouida Pegues. In 1935 the family was in Quarry Heights, Panama.
  • The following appeared on 31 August 1941 in the Macon Telegraph & News: (Ashburn, Aug. 2) Miss Frances Ouida Pegues of Tampa, Fla., became the bride of Lt. Herbert Ives Shingle Jr., of Ashburn, Sunday afternoon, July 27, at the Riverside Park Methodist church in Jacksonville, Fla.
         Lieutenant Shingler had his cousin, Henry McKenzie of Ashburn, as best man. His other attendants were Lieutenant Northington, Lieutenant Passage and Lieutenant Heffner, all of MacDill Field, Tampa, Fla., and Albert Humphries of Jacksonville, Florida.
         Mrs. Dean Northington was matron of honor.
         The bridesmaids were Miss Betty Shingler of Ashburn; Miss Virginia Smalley of Tampa; Miss Virginia Paull of Atlanta and Miss Peggy Jean Pegues, sister of the bride. Margaret Ann Humphries was flower girl.
         Following the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Pegues entertained at an alfresco reception at the home of Dr. and Mrs. H. H. Humphries, grandparents of the bride.
         Lieutenant Shingler and his bride left for a wedding trip, after which they will reside at 517 Columbia Drive, Davis Island, Tampa, Fla.
  • She married Lynwood Etheredge Yates.
  • The following appeared on 5 June 1950 in the Omaha Evening World-Herald: Lieut. Col. and Mrs. Herbert I. Shingler, Jr., entertained 25 guests at a buffet supper Saturday evening at their home in Bellevue. The party honored Mrs. Shingler's mother, Mrs. Frances Pegues of Jacksonville, Fla., and her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn E. Yates of Macon, Ga. The visitors will leave Wednesday for their homes.
  • Peggy Jean Pegues became a widow at the 7 August 1974 death of her husband Lynwood Etheredge Yates.
  • Peggy Jean Pegues died on 12 September 1999 at age 70 in Georgia.
  • She was interred at Riverside Cemetery, Macon, Bibb County, Georgia.
  • Last Edited: 6 Apr 2015