These are miscellaneous pages of Winans Family Genealogy's main section, which is broken down into several subsections for ease of access and maintenance.
|1-5-1-1-4||PHOEBE WINANS b 13 Dec 1747 in Essex Co., N. J. d 1807 in Beaver Co.,
Pa. md 17 Mar 1765 in New Providence, N. J. Abraham Powers b 1743 in
Sussex Co., N.J. d 29 Aug 1832 in Youngstown, Trumbull Co., Ohio.
Phoebe and Abraham were buried in the Old Stone Church, Beaver Co.,
Pa. They had the following chlldren:
|*1-5-1-1-5||MATTHIAS WINANS b 16 Sept 1750 d 1813 md Lydia Goble.|
|1-5-1-1-6||SABRA WINANS b 25 Jan 1753 md 15 Aug 1771 (Ref: New Providence records) in Essex Co., N. J. Joseph Goble. They had one son John Goble.|
|*1-5-1-1-7||CRATON WINANS b 27 May 1756 in Elizabethtown, N. J. d 2 Feb 1790 in Braddock Grove, Greene Co., Pa. md Susannah Hopkins.|
|1-5-1-1-8||CALVIN WINANS b 13 Oct 1756 d 11 Sept 1759.|
|1-5-1-1-9||ESTHER WINANS b 10 Sept 1760 d 9 Apr 1761.|
|1-5-1-1-10||CALVIN WINANS (2nd) b 12 Nov 1762 d 12 July 1769.|
Line of ISAAC WINANS
ISAAC was b 1724 d 1769 md (1) Martha _?_ b 1732 d 19 Nov 1758 in 27th year buried
Presby. Church Yard, Madison, N. J. Md (2) in 1759 Mary Carter who d 12 Jan 1791
in Hanover, N. J. dau of Jacob Carter. Isaac was a Rev. War Quartermaster.
Children by 2nd wife:
|1-5-1-2-1||MARTHA WINANS b 12 Nov 1760 in Madison, N. J. d 23 Feb 1845 md 1781/2
George J. Emmell b 1749 d 22 Jan 1826. They had the following children:
|*1-5-1-2-2||ISAAC WINANS Jr. b 6 Apr 1765 in Battle Hill, Morris Co., N. J. d 5|
|Apr 1814 in Hanover, Madison, N. J. md (1) 4 Jan 1787 Mary Beach b 12 June 1766/8 d 12 Oct 1805. Md (2) Abigail Ball.|
Line of JACOB WINANS
JACOB was b 26 Nov 1726 in Perth Amboy, N. J., d 1810 in Milton, Trumbull, Ohio buried in the Pricetown Cemetery. He married four or possibly five times. Data will be presented chronologically.
He md first about 1750 Rebecca Clark dau of Jotham Clark of Elizabeth, N. J. It is unlikely her name was Rebecca Phebe, and absolutely wrong that her name was just Phebe, as Jotham had a different dau of that name. Rebecca d Dec 1758 in N. J. Rebecca's father, Jotham, left a will and it was dated April 1772 and lists the dau named Phebe. After Rebecca's death her son Jotham C. Winans went to live with the maternal grandparents and is listed in the grandfather's will. (NJ Archives, Ser. 1, 34:95: Abstr. of Wills) Vol V.
Jacob md (2) in Scotch Plains, Union Co., N. J. on 15 Mar 1759 Rebecca Connett dau of Matthew or Matthias Connett of Charlestown, Mass. or N. J. Her grandparents were James and Mehitable (Gardner) Connett of Charleston. Mehitable Gardner was the dau of Richard and Anna (Rolfe) Gardner of Woburn and granddaughter of Henry and Honor (Rolfe) Rolfe of Newburyport. Rebecca Connett Winans d three weeks after the 10 July 1764 birth of her son Isaac, thus 31 July or 1 Aug 1764 in Perth Amboy. Jacob md (3) in 1764 Jemima Rae. It is said they removed to Northampton Co., Pa. in 1767. They are found there certainly when Jacob and Jemima Rae were admitted to the Lord's Supper, Smithfield Dutch Reformed Church, 23 Apr 1774. On 16 Sept 1774 Jacob was Elder at the Supper, and appears again as an Elder 21 Mar 1766.
Jacob served in the Revolutionary War and the following was found in a letter that was among the papers of Ira Winans: To whom it may concern: I hereby certify that one Jacob Wlnans was Adjutant of the sixth Battalion Northampton County Militia in 1777, Jacob Straud, Co1onel. - See page 425 Vol 8, Penn. Archives, Fifth Series. In testimony where of I hereby affix the seal of the Department (Signed) Luther R. Kelkar, Custodian of Public Records in the Penn. State Library at Harrisburg. (Sent to me by W. M. V. Winans of Spokane, Washington. AWW)
Traditionally he had a fourth wife Mamie Gray to whom he must have been married too, by 1777, as she is given as mother of the son born that year. However, the similarity between names Jemima Rae and Mamie Gray give cause to suspect that this may have been one person.
The 1790 census of Lower Smithfield (Smithfield is now Shawnee, Monroe Co.) shows Jacob and wife, son over 16 (James), son under 16 (Jacob) and a dau. The Middle Smithfield tax list of 1796 shows Jacob with ten acres of Land.
Jacob's marriage whether fourth or fifth was in 1806 to Hannah LaRue. The following dispels the unfounded tradition that him last wife was a Delong and sister of his dau-in-law Eleanor Delong wife of son Isaac. From the Northampton Farmer and Easton Weekly Advertiser, Sat. morning 1 Nov 1806: "married on Sunday last, 26 Oct 1806 by C. Henberry, Esq. Mr. Jacob Winnens, aged 82 of Lower Smithfield to Miss Hannah LaRue age 79 of Middle Smithfield, Wayne Co." A tradition regarding this fifth wife was told in 1911 by Laura Jennings. She reported that her grandmother Phebe (1-5-1-3-3) as the oldest dau of Jacob used to care for the
younger children when the Indians were causing trouble. Laura, then added that she herself used to go up to her greatgrandfather's place when she was a girl and when old enough "did up" the lace caps of her step greatgnandaother, known as "Litt1e Granny".
Omitted earlier from the possibility of Jemima Rae and Mamie Gray's being synonymous is that records of a Northampton Co. shopkeeper shows the sale of shoes to Jacob Winans and of thread to Jemima Wlnans, long after the alleged marriage to a Mamie Gray.
Jacob was taken to Milton Township, Trumbull Co., Ohio in 1807 by sons James, Isaac and Jacob, arriving there 21 June 1807. He d there in 1810 and is buried in the Church Cemetery at Prlcetown which is on the present Trumbull-Mahoning Co. line. A war department marker was placed on his grave in 1953 stating 84 years 4 days. (This age is not exact with his birth date, AWW).
Ref: This information was assembled by John Baldwin of Cleveland, Ohio and also information from Mrs. Mary Meyer of Pasadina, Maryland who gives "History of Truabull and Mahoning Co., Ohio" as her source of information. Also the census of Trumbull Co., also Winans Family chart at Maryland Historical Society. Also Mrs. Elizabeth D. Walters of East Stroudsburg, Pa. Also material of Maj. Ira Winans that is now in the Rochester, N. Y. Public Library. All assembled together by Alice Winans Woolley.
Children by 1st wife:
|1-5-1-3-1||JACOB WINANS b traditiona1ly 1749 but a traditional marriage date of 1750 for his parents suggests a 1751 birth date. He starved on a prison ship during the Revolution.|
|*1-5-1-3-2||JOTHAM CLARK WINANS called Clark b 21 Nov 1753 d 19 Nov 1831 at Big Flats, N. Y. md 7 Mar 1775 Elizabeth Depew. Jotham Clark Winans appears thus in his grandfather's will, which seems to preclude traditional lists of separate sons named Jotham and Clark. Thus the further tradition that of Jacob and Jotham, one died on a prison ship while the other was killed during the Revolution must pertain only to one man, Jacob.|
|1-5-1-3-3||PHEBE WINANS b 15 Dec 1758 (per Bible record) in Perth Amboy, Middlesex, N. J. d 9 May 1845 in Porterville, Pa, md 1781 James Place b 13
Dec 1760 d 14 Mar 1826 in Middle Smithfield, Pa. was the son of John
and _?_ (Riggs) Place. He was a Rev. soldier. They had the following
Children by 2nd wife.
|*1-5-1-3-4||MATTHEW (MATTHIAS) WINANS b probably 1760/1761 md Mary Van Garden. Appears as Samuel and/or Daniel. While these names frequently appear on early 20th century lists of Jacob's children, there seems little or no confirmation of either. It is said the Daniel married Margaret DePue but the latter's husband was Samuel Winans and dates suggest this Samuel is (1-5-1-3-4-1) son of Matthew and a grandson of Jacob.|
|*1-5-1-3-5||ISAAC WINANS b 10 July 1764 d 26 Dec 1852 m 24 Oct 1786 Ellener DeLong.|
Children by third wife, Jemima Rae.
|1-5-1-3-6||ABIGAIL WINANS b ca 1766 md 6 Dec 1786 Samuel Seeley per records of the Minisink Valley Dutch Church.|
|*1-5-1-3-7||JAMES WINANS b 12 Mar 1767 in Perth Amboy d 11 Aug 1852 Md (1) 1 Mar 1791 Hannah Bunnell. md (2) 20 Apr 1839 Jane Stewart.|
|1-5-1-3-8||JEMIMA WINANS b ca 1769 md William Baker. She appears as Jemima Whents in the Smithfield Church Records. William was b in Northhampton, Pa. They had one child Samuel Baker b Oct 1794 bp 9 Oct 1794 at the Smithfield Dutch Ref. Church.|
|1-5-1-3-9||ANNA WINANS b ca 1771 (Hannah) appears as Hannah Winne, wife Benjamin
Bush in the Minisink Valley Church Records. They had the following children:
Children attributed to a fourth wife Mamie Gray, but who in reality may well have been same as third wife Jemima Rae:
|1-5-1-3-10||MARY MAGDALENE WINANS b ca 1772 appears in the records of Hamilton Township (now Monroe Co.) Church as the wife of Rudolph Trach who was b 1771.|
|*1-5-1-3-11||JACOB WINANS b 20 Sept 1777, named for oldest half-brother, deceased on prison ship. Jacob d 1870 md Catherine DeLong.|
Line of WILLIAM WINANS
WILLIAM Jr. was b ca 1738/40 d between 1803 and 27 May 1805 md Lydia _?_. His will recorded in Somerset Co., N. J. #1285, will and inventory 27 May 1805
Bridgewater Twp.). Said to be the William who served in Capt. Ten Eyck's Somerset Co. during the Revolution. Ref: Mrs. Edna Hull who did research at the NSDAR Library and Cong. Library in Washington, D. C. also records of IW., JB. Mrs. Hull has photostat copy of the will.
|*1-5-2-4-1||ISAAC WINANS b 17561 in Elizabeth, Union Co., N. J. d 1812 in Harrison Co.,2 Va. md Ruth Ayres. His will and inventory in will book #1, page 504 on 9 Oct 1812.|
|*1-5-2-4-2||JOHN W. WINANS b 1779 d 7 Feb 1859 in Warrenville, Somerset Co., N. J. md Elizabeth Teeple.|
|*1-5-2-4-3||LEWIS WINANS b 1780/82 d 1840 md Katherine Frightendall d 1854 at Plainsfield, N. J.|
|*1-5-2-4-4||WILLIAM WINANS b 12 Mar 1781 in N. J. d 1838/40 (per IW.) Death of before 1805 has been given but I cannot accept this date as IW has a record of William's children sent to him by three different people. William md Mary Lawler.|
|1-5-2-4-5||PHEBE WINANS md either L. Bush or Daniel Bush or _?_ Willett.|
|1-5-2-4-6||LYDIA W1NANS md either Daniel Bush or _?_ Willett.|
Line of PHILIP WINANS
PHILIP was b 1742 d 1795 md (1) Hannah _?_ md (2) _?_ 4 Dec 1774 at New Providence,
N. J. Mary Winans. Ref: Jersey Gen
This Philip is said to be the Philip who served in Capt. Ten. Eyck's Somerset Co. during the Revolution. See also brother William.
Ref: This information combined from the records of Major Ira Winans now in the Rochester Public Library, N. Y. and John Baldwin of Cleveland, Ohio.
Children by 1st wife:
|*1-5-2-5-1||PHILIP WINANS who d 1850 at Round Brook, N. J. md Phebe Lawler.|
|1-5-2-5-2||HANNAH WINANS md John Joseph Tingley b 27 Oct 1769 son of Joseph and Christina (Manning) Tingley. They had the following children:
Children by 2nd wife:
|*1-5-2-5-3||WINANT WINANS b 21 Apr 1775 d 1848/50 md Phebe Teeple.|
|1-5-2-5-4||WILLIAM WINANS lived and died in Washington Valley, N. J.|
|1-5-2-5-6||JOHN W. WINANS lived and died in Washington Valley, N. J.|
|1-5-2-5-7||LEWIS WINANS lived and died in same.|
Line of JOHN WINANS
JOHN was b _?_ md on 12 July 1770 Sarah Pryor dau of Andrew and Polly Prior.3
This record from the Providence Presbyterian Church. This Sarah could be the
"Sarah, widow of John, 1749; 11/25/1846". This inscription is on a tombstone at
the Raper Chapel Cemetery in Miami Co., Ohio. Sent to Mrs. Finne by the Public
Library at Troy, Ohio.
Other Ref: IW., JB., Mrs. Lila Hamilton Finne of Torrance, California.
|*1-5-5-1-1||LEWIS WINANS b 13 July 1772 d 15 May 1861 in Stanton Twp., Troy, Ohio md his cousin Lydia Winans (1-5-5-2-5).|
|1-5-5-1-2||MOSES WINANS went to Ohio, unmarried.|
|1-5-5-1-3||JOHN WINANS went to Ohio, unmarried.4|
|1-5-5-1-4||ELIZABETH WINANS md (probably this Betsy per Miami Co., Ohio marriages 1813-16) 13 May 1815 David Cary.|
|1-5-5-1-5||SARAH WINANS md Jonathan Rollins.|
Line of BENJAMIN WINANS
BENJAMIN was b 29 Feb 1746 md Mary Sutton who d 6 Sept 1786. This is probably
the Benjamin who was a pensioner in 1840 and gave his age as 100 but was actually
only 94. He was living with John Winans, probably his son. He was living at
Spring Creek Twp., Miami, Ohio, and was in the 1830 census aged 90 or under. One
male under 30 also in home. The census lists Benjamin as having a wife 80 or
under so he must have gotten married the 2nd time. Remarks by John Baldwin of
Other ref by IW.
|*1-5-5-2-1||BENJAMIN BRITTON WINANS b 17755 d 20 Dec 1868 md Sarah Jane Ross.|
|1-5-5-2-2||JOSEPH WINANS no further data.6|
|1-5-5-2-3||SAMUEL WINANS no further data.6|
|*1-5-5-2-4||JOHN WINANS md Mary Ann Clemons.7|
|1-5-5-2-5||LYDIA WINANS b 15 Aug 1784 d 29 July 1862 md 1st cousin Lewis Winans (1-5-5-1-1)|
|1-5-5-2-6||JEREMIAH WINANS no further data.|
|1-5-5-2-7||MOSES WINANS whose descendants live in Pasadena, California.|
Line of LEWIS WINANS
LEWIS was b 1750 in Elizabethtown, N. J. d 1 Feb 1825 at Junius, now Tyre, Seneca Co., N. Y., md Sarah Halsey8 b 1759 d 30 Apr 1832 at Tyre, N. Y. Lewis served in the Revolution and was listed as being from Elizabethtown, N. J. On page 10 of Alonzo Winans typescript it says that he had 10 or more children, nine of whom were living in 1812 the date of his will. After the Revolution (and also after
1800 if the assertion is true that all children were born in New Jersey) they settled in Seneca C., N. Y. Lewis appears in the 1820 census of Junius, N. Y. 000201/00101. His tombstone is near the railroad station, Seneca Falls.
Ref: IW., JB., Alonzo Winans, Mrs. E. Stewart Moore of Waxahachie, Texas. Paul Tripp of Pa.
|*1-5-5-3-1||WILLIAM WINANS b 7 Oct 1778 at Morristown, Morris, N. J. d 2 Nov 1828 at Tyre, N. Y. md 6 Dec 1798 at Morristown, N. J., Esther Gearde.|
|1-5-5-3-2||BENJAMIN WINANS d before 18 Dec 1809 md Elizabeth _?_. They had one son Benjamin not 21 when grandfather Lewis made his will in 1812.|
|1-5-5-3-3||SARAH WINANS md David Demond or Demund.|
|*1-5-5-3-4||HALSEY WINANS b 16 Feb 1788 at Morristown, N. J. d 3 June 1862 at Tyre md Rachel Ann Brown.|
|*l-5-5-3-5||LEWIS WINANS b 15 Jan 1790 d 9 May 1871 at Sacramento, California md (1) Jane Gilbert md (2) Mrs. Lucretia (Cook) Northrup.|
|1-5-5-3-6||JOHN WINANS b 1791 at Morristown, N. J.|
|1-5-5-3-7||MARY (POLLY) WINANS b 1 Apr 1793 in Morris Co., N. J. d 29 July 1875 Peoria, Ill. md 7 July 1811 at Waterloo, N. Y. Ossian Major Ross b 16 Aug 1790 in N. Y. d Jan 1837 in Havana, Ill. son of Joseph and Abigail (Lee) Ross. They had the following children:
|*1-5-5-3-8||MOSES WINANS b 1794 in N. J. d 16 Mar 1872 at Brasslake, Mich, md in Junnis, N. Y. Lucy Seekell.|
|*1-5-5-3-9||AARON WINANS b 23 Jan 1798 d 23 Mar 1866 at Galen, N. Y. md Mary Ann Clark.|
|*1-5-5-3-10||MAHLON WINANS b 10 July 1800 d 26 Mar 1834 md Elizabeth Moore.|
Line of WILLIAM WINANS
WILLIAM was b 1744 d 3 Mar 1795 md 10 Sept 1765 at Elizabethtown, N. J. Jemima Lyng b 1743 d 5 Apr 1803 at Elizabethtown, N. J. William spelled his name Wynants and was a Surgeon in the Revolution in the 1st Regiment Essex, Elias Dayton, Col. He was also surgeon in Col. Thomas' Battalion detached Militia. Dr. Wynants' home was plundered by the enemy 10 Feb 1780. Also a marauding party from Staten Island fired a shot through a window of his home into a room where his wife was sitting, wounding a boy, on 21 Apr 1781.
Ref: IW., JB., AWE.
|1-5-6-1-1||WILLIAM WALTER WINANS was bap 15 Jan 1769 d 13 Oct 1799 md Mary Dissoway b 1772 d 18 Oct 1799. No record of any children.|
|1-5-6-1-2||JANE CHANDLER WINANS bap 16 Dec 1770.|
|1-5-6-1-3||MAGDALINE WINANS bap 22 Aug 1773.|
|1-5-6-1-4||JEMIMA WINANS b 1774 d 2 Aug 1844 in 70th year md Finley Chandler b|
|14 Oct 1772 at Lyons Farms, N. J. son of Deacon David (d 3 Jan 1786) and Sarah (Thompson) Chandler. They had the following children:
|1-5-6-1-5||PHEBE WINANS md Ephraim Terrill.|
Line of JOHN WINANS
JOHN was b 16 Nov 1745 at Elizabethtown, N. J. d 19 July 1B25 at N. Y. City md 22 Apr 1779 in Phila., Pa. Anna Margaretha Minck b 23 Apr 1760 in Phila. d 1 Feb 1834 in N. Y. City dau of Christian Ludwig and Anna Catherine Minck.
|1-5-6-2-1||SUSANNAH WINANS b 25 May 1782 d 5 Feb 1853 md Calvin F. Stevens. No children.|
|1-5-6-2-2||ELIZABETH WINANS b 3 Mar 1784 buried 2 Oct 1794.|
|1-5-6-2-3||MARGARET WINANS b 22 Sept 1785 d 1803.|
|*1-5-6-2-4||ANTHONY VAN ARSDALE WINANS b 1787 d 26 Aug 1849 at Saratoga Springs, N. Y. Lived as common law wife with Mrs. Jay|
|1-5-6-2-5||JAC0B WINANS b 29 Mar 1789 d as infant.|
|*1-5-6-2-6||WILLIAM WANTON WINANS b 20 Aug 1792 d 19 July 1888 in N. Y. City md Eliza Rebecca Webb.|
|1-5-6-2-7||MAGDALEN MARGARET WINANS b 21 Jan 1795 d 2 Dec 1863 md Dr. David Green. They had the following children:
|1-5-6-2-8||CATHERINE WINANS b 2 Feb 1798 d 6 May 1867 in L. I., N. Y. unmarried.|
|*1-5-6-2-9||JOHN CALVIN WINANS b 15 Feb 1803 in Janesburg, Middlesex Co., N. J. d 20 Nov 1874 md Maria Voorhees.|
Line of JAMES MARTIN WINANS
JAMES MARTIN was b 2 July 1745 in Sussex Co., H. J. d 10 Feb 1827 at Jamestown, Ohio md 26 Jan 1769 in New Providence, N. J. Mary Dorothy Smeleger b 18 Dec 1752 probably in Philadelphia d 24 Nov 1831 in Jamestown, Ohio. This record is recorded in the Bible of their son Dr. Matthias Winans, now in possession of Mrs, J. H. Hutton, 187 E. Oakridge Park, Metairie, La. Mary Dorothy was the dau of Godfrey and Christina (Closs) Smeleger of Germany.
Ref: IW., Mrs. Alice Winans Wightman of Alton, Ill., Mrs. Hutton who is mentioned above is a direct descendant of Dr. Matthias Minans.
|1-5-1-1-3-1||ANDREW WINANS b 7 Aug 1769 d between 1820-30 in Indiana, bap. 7 Sept 1769 (Ref: New Providence Records).|
|1-5-1-1-3-2||CALVIN WINANS b 10 Sept 1771 d 21 Nov 1772 bap. 13 Oct 1771. (Ref:|
|N. P. records).|
|1-5-1-1-3-3||PHEBE WINANS b 12 Oct 1773 d 1804 in Pekin, Ill.10|
|1-5-1-1-3-4||JOSIAH WINANS b 12 Sept 1776 d 9 Mar 1798 in Fleming, Ky.|
|*1-5-1-1-3-5||JACOB WINANS b 5 Nov 1778 d 24 Apr 1836 md Rachel Becroft.|
|1-5-1-1-3-6||JAMES WINANS b 10 Feb 1781 d 7 Jan 1847 in Ky.|
|1-5-1-1-3-7||CRATON WINANS b 14 Apr 1783 d 25 Jan 1789.|
|1-5-1-1-3-8||MARY DOROTHY WINANS b 2 May 1785 d 12 Nov 1871 in Cincinnati, Ohio buried at Jamestown, Ohio md 3 Dec 1815 at Jamestown, William Baker who d 26 May 1838. They had the following children:
|1-5-1-1-3-9||LYDIA WINANS b 28 Aug 1787 d 28 Jan 1789.|
|*1-5-1-1-3-10||MATTHIAS W. WINANS b 28 Mar 1791 d 7 July 1849 in Cincinnati, Ohio of Cholera, md Mary January. Matthias became a doctor.|
|1-5-1-1-3-11||ELIZABETH WINANS b 28 Mar 1793 in Mayslick, Ky. d 14 Aug 1795.|
|*1-5-1-1-3-12||JOHN WINANS b 23 Dec 1795 at N. Y. City d 1865 at Osawkie, Kansas md Susannah Bargdoll.|
Line of MATTHIAS WINANS
MATTHIAS was b 16 Sept 1750 probably in Essex Co., N. J. as his Revolutionary War Record shows he enlisted at Elizabethtown, N. J. He d between 12 May 1812 and 27 May 1813 in Hardiston Twp. Sussex Co., N. J. The death date is taken from his will which is recorded in Will Book A, Surrogate's Office, Sussex Co., Newton, N. J. Matthias was in Capt. Marsh's Troop of Light Horse, Essex Co., Militia from 2 June 1777 to 14 Sept 1780. The main source of information of this generation comes from the will, record of marriages, and the Hall of records (Deeds), County Clerk's Office, Newton, N. J.
According to the will, his wife's name was Lydia (Lidey) _?_. (Ira Winans says Lydia Goble). Other than a son John whose birth is ca 1777 (judging from his marriage in 1798) I do not have the birth or death dates of the other children but marriage records show John was the first to marry, so I am listing him as the first child. Other than the records mentioned it seems impossible to obtain information on this generation. Just when the family left Essex Co., is not known but we do know that John (1-5-1-1) died in Sussex Co., Hardiston Twp., also a deed dated 6 Nov 1799 concerning the sale of land owned by Matthias (1-5-1-1-5) in Hardiston Twp. verifies his residence in Sussex Co., N. J. This information compiled by Mrs. Alice Winans Wightman of Alton, Ill. and sent to me, except that marked Ira Winans.
Ref: See above.
The listing of the children may not be correct but is done according to information that I have on hand.
|*1-5-1-1-5-1||JOHN WINANS b ca 1777 d shortly before 19 Apr 1814 md 20 Sept 1798 at Vernon, Sussex Co., N. J. md Caroline Gardner.|