There is a Charles Tyler Pirkle listed on pg 137 in the book The Pirkles and Their Descendants in the USA by Cagle and Smith.
Here is the paragraph:
Pirkle, Charles TylerHenepin, Oklahoma
-------Lille Eugene McMillan
Charles Tyler, son of John T. and Elizabeth Ewing Pirkle was born Mar. 12, 1870, Jackson Co., Ga.; married Lillie Eugene McMillan, daughter of Peter H. and Frances Rainie McMillan.
Charles is a farmer, a Progressive Christian, and a Democrat.
Children:Le Roy, Aug. 30, 1894 Whit Texas, msrried Callie McCartney; Nola, Oct. 8, 1901 Indian Ter., married Arthur Morgan second and first to Fate Coleman; Arlie, Aug. 18, 1896, married Ida Goodman; Olin, Mar. 20, 1906, married Retta Denton; two children, Junior and Alma Joe; Ruby June 1, 1898.
I also looked up the children.Some of the info repeats what is above, so I will simply give the other facts:
pg. 170:Pirkle, Le Roy -- married Callie in 1920; he died Aug 30 1921 and Callie also in 1921, both in Hennepin, OK.They had one child, Thurmond, b 1921 Hennepin, OK.
pg 41:Nola's first husband's name is given here as Lafayette Colman."He was afterwards shot and killed.Nola then married Arthur Morgan.Children:Faywinna, July 16, 1917, Carter County, Okla..."
Morgan, Arthur (Ott)Alma, Oklahoma
, Nola Pirkle
(summary)Nola's first husband is given here as Coleman, not Colman; she married Arthur Morgan, son of Lawrence Alonzo and Frances Nivins Morgan, on April 16, 1916, Carter Co., OK.
"Arthur was born July 10, 1893, Texas.He is working in oil fields and is a Baptist and a Democrat.He served in the World War, 101 Inf.In action 23 months.Fought in three large battles, went seven days without sleep and with nothing to eat, except coffee.He was honorably discharged in May 1919.
"Children:Aleene Imogene, Jan. 17, 1923, Stephens Co,., Okla.; J.P., April 8, 1921, Carter Co., Okla.; Alton Arthur, Feb. 18, 1926, Stephens Co., Okla; Alvin Merril, July 23, 1928, Carter Co., Okla.
pg 134:Arlie L. of Duncan, Oklahoma; was born Aug 18, 1896 in Wynnewood, OK., m Ida Jean Goodwin Dec. 21, 1919, Countyline, Okla.Ida Jean b Jan. 17, 1900 in Maud, OK."They are farmers, Baptists, and Democrats."Children:Ojuana Arlene b Dec 1, 1923 and Wynema Darlene, Nov. 6, 1931.
There was no separate entry for Henry Olin Pirkle.
Ancestors of Charles Tyler Pirkle:
"John Tyler, son of John and Betsy Ann Lawless Pirkle was born Oct. 4, 1844; married Sarah Elizabeth Ewing, on Jan. 1, 1865, Jackson Co., Georgia.
"John was a farmer, a Baptist, and a Democrat.He served in the Civil War.Died Nov. 30, 1869 in Jackson Co., Georgia.Sarah was the daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Ewing.
"Children:Anna Villiula, April 25, 1866, Jackson Co., Ga., married Marcus L. Sell; John Thomas, Mar. 5, 1868, Jackson Co., Ga., married Lillie Belle Driver, Mineral Wells, Texas; Charles Tyler, Mar. 12, 1870, Jackson Co., Ga., married Lillie McMillan.
[Afterwards it refers to an entry for Wyley P. Casey, son of Sarah Elizabeth Ewing Pirkle by her second marriage, which was to a Casey.Wyley was therefore half-brother to Charles Tyler and his siblings.He married Julia Walker, who was part Indian, and lived in Lubbock TX.More information is available on him should you want it.]
I won't try to duplicate all the information on Charles Tyler Pirkle's siblings, but will summarize here:John Thomas Pirkle lived in Palo Pinto Co TX about 1890-1895, where some of his children were born; he died Dec 25, 1899 in Garvin Co, OK.
Anna Villulia Pirkle and her husband lived in Houston, GA; Gainesville, GA; Whitt, TX; Wynnewood, OK; and also Mineral Wells, TX, to judge from the births of her children.
You may find more information on Betsy Ann Lawless and John Pirkle in earlier GenForum Pirkle postings.Just do a search within the Pirkle GenForum page on Lawless and you should pull up a lot of info.Three Lawless sisters married three Pirkle brothers, so it gets confusing.
Henry Olin Pirkle would have been my third cousin 3 times removed.My dad's maternal grandfather was Henry's third cousin.That grandfather, William Thomas Pirkle, moved with his three youngest children to TX in the winter of 1924-5, intending to go to Muleshoe but getting snowed in on the train; he went back to Athens, Henderson Co, TX.
The word "Plantation" might not signify much more than a farm, as far as Georgia went.I don't think they had a huge amount of land.