These are miscellaneous pages from Winans Family Genealogy's main section, which is broken down into several subsections for ease of access and maintenance.
Madison, N. J. md (1) 4 Jan 1787 Mary Beach b 12 June 1766/8 d 12 Oct 1805 at Hanover. She was b at Livingston, Essex, N. J. dau of Nathaniel and Sarah (Peck) Beach. Isaac md (2) 17 May 1806 Abigail Ball b 24 Dec 1785 d 16 Dec 1834 at Hanover, dau of William and Sarah (Ball) Ball.
|*1-5-1-2-2-1||JACOB CARTER WINANS called Jack b 19 Mar 1788 at Hanover, N. J. d 1865 in N. Y. City md Mercy _?_.|
|*1-5-1-2-2-2||CYRUS WINANS b 25 or 26 Nov 1789 or 1790 at Hanover, N. J. d 2 June 1875 at same md (1) 15 June 1814 Nancy Ball. md (2) 3 Apr 1818 Phebe Ball. Phebe has been referred to as Abigail but I am sure that this is a mistake as Abigail was Isaac Jr's wife, (Cyrus' father's 2nd wife). Nancy Ball and Phebe Ball were sisters.|
|1-5-1-2-2-3||WILLIAM WINANS b 22 May 1792 d 22 May 1792.|
|1-5-1-2-2-4||JOHN WINANS b 13 Apr 1793 d 14 Oct 1817 at Hanover, unmarried.|
|*1-5-1-2-2-5||DAVID HARVEY WINANS b 25 Dec 1795/6 d 15 Dec 1875 md Martha Ann Ball on 20 Apr 1820 at Hanover, N. J.|
|*1-5-1-2-2-6||NATHANIEL BEACH WINANS b 5 June 1797 d 19 Feb 1829 md Sarah Yeomans.|
|1-5-1-2-2-7||SUSAN WINANS b 17 Oct 1800 d 11 Feb 1885 at Newark md 22 Oct 1822 Joseph Douglas b 22 Oct 1797 d 15 Dec 1846. They had the following children:
|1-5-1-2-2-8||LYDIA WINANS b 14 Oct 1802 d 11 Feb 1883 at Roseland, Essex, N. J. md (1) 27 Mar 1828 at Hanover James Schuyler Thomson (not Thompson). He d 1840 and was the son of Abram Rensselair Thomson and Hannah (Garrison) Thomson. They had the following children:
|1-5-1-2-2-9||MARY WINANS b 28 Sept 1804 d 22 Dec 1883 at N. Y. City md Daniel Hulse. They had the following children:
Children by 2nd wife:
|1-5-1-2-2-10||AARON WINANS b 9 Mar 1807 d 22 Mar 1807.|
|*1-5-1-2-2-11||ISAAC WINANS b 9 May 1808 d 16 Sept 1865 at Livingston md Elizabeth Sigler.|
|*1-5-1-2-2-12||JOSEPH BALL WINANS b 6 Feb 1811 d 26 Jan 1885 md Jane R. Ball.|
|*1-5-1-2-2-13||WILLIAM BALL WINANS b 9 Dec 1813 d 12 Nov 1899 md Elizabeth "Betsy" Smith.|
Line of JOTHAM CLARK WINANS
|JOHN-JOHN-JOHN-JACOB-JOTHAM CLARK (1-5-1-3-2)|
JOTHAM CLARK who was called Clark was b 21 Nov 1751 or 1753 d 19 Nov 1831 at Big Flats, N. Y. md 7 Mar 1775 Elizabeth Depew b 2 Apr 1756. He served in the Revolution (Pa. Archives 5th Series 8:553). He had 25 acres in Smithfieid in 1786. He had two or three children born before leaving Pa. He settled in the Genesee Country near Elmira, N. Y. and later at Painted Post, N. Y. where he raised a large family. Taxed as Clark Winance 1.3.3 in Lower Smithfield 1785 on 100 acres. Taxed 0.7.2 in 1786 on 25 acres, 4 horses and 2 cows. Jotham Clark Winans was named for his maternal grandfather Jotham Clark with whom he is said to have resided after the death of his mother. The will of grandfather Clark in 1772 mentions only this one Winans grandchild, making a bequest to be paid at age 21, provided he works 2 and 1/2 years for his grandmother Sarah Clark. This seems to confirm a 1753 birth date. He would have been 21 in 1774 which would account for the 2 and 1/2 years of work presuming it would have been attained about the time of his birthday.
Jotham Clark Winans appears thus in his grandfather's will, which seems to preclude traditional lists of separate sons named Jotham and Clark.
Ref: IW., JB.
|1-5-1-3-2-1||JANE WINANS b 5 Oct 1775 was the 2nd wife of Cornelius W. Low.|
|1-5-1-3-2-2||ELIZABETH DEPEW WINANS b 5 Sept 1777 d 5 May 1815 md 18 Mar 1800 William Miller, probably at Big Flats, Tioga, N. Y. They had at least one dau, Rebecca Miller b 14 July 1802 at Big Flats, N. Y.|
|1-5-1-3-2-3||SON (unnamed) b Aug 1779 d in infancy.|
|1-5-1-3-2-4||REBECCA WINANS b 1 Oct 1780 md 10 Jan 1813 James Williamson, probably in Big Flats, N. Y. They had the following children:
|1-5-1-3-2-5||SARAH WINANS b 19 Feb 1783 md 10 Nov 1802 at Big Flats, N. Y. John Emins b 8 Oct 1774 d 8 Mar 1834 at Big Flats, N. Y. They had two daughters:
|*1-5-1-3-2-6||NICHOLAS WINANS b 27 Aug 1785.|
|1-5-1-3-2-7||JOHN WINANS b 21 July 1787 d 11 July 1800 at Big Flats, N. Y.|
|1-5-1-3-2-8||ANNA WINANS b 3 Nov 1789 at Big Flats, N. Y. md 18 July 1810 William McNulty. They had the following children:
|1-5-1-3-2-9||JOTHAM WINANS b 6 Feb 1792 at Big Flats, N. Y. d 2 Dec 1812 at same.|
|1-5-1-3-2-10||CLARK WINANS b 22 Oct 1793 at Big Flats, N. Y. d before 10 Jan 1817.|
|1-5-1-3-2-11||DEBORAH WINANS b 25 Aug 1795 at same, md 12 May 1814 John Wormley. They had a son b 2 Aug 1815 and a dau Sarah Wormley b 12 May 1832 d 30 Jan 1835 at Big Flats, N. Y.|
|1-5-1-3-2-12||RHODA WINANS b 9 Sept 1797 at Big Flats, N. Y. d 14 July 1845 at same md Samuel Lamphear b 1793 d 12 Mar 1821 age 28 years. They had the following children:
|1-5-1-3-2-13||ELEANOR WINANS b 7 May 1799 at same md Charles Woodworth.|
|*1-5-1-3-2-14||JOHN WINANS (2nd) b 8 June 1801 at same, d 29 Aug 1831 at same. Name of wife not known.|
Line of MATTHEW or MATTHIAS WTNANS
|JOHN-JOHN-JOHN-JACOB-MATTHEW or MATTHIAS (1-5-1-3-4)|
MATTHEW was b probably 1760/1 and named for maternal grandfather, Matthias
Connett. He md 3 July 1787 (Minisink Valley Records) in Shawnee, Pa. Mary Van
Garden, not Margaret V. Gordon, as sometimes stated. Appeared as single man in
1786, taxed 0.10.0. He was not a landowner in the 1796 tax lists of Northampton
Co., but is listed in Middle Smithfield. He was a weaver and a mail carrier. The
1790 census finds him in Lower Smithfield 1-1-2. He helped settle Meshoppen, Pa.
Ref: This data submitted by John Baldwin of Ohio.
|*1-5-1-3-4-1||SAMUEL WINANS b 21 Feb 1788 d 1829 md Margaret DePue (Depew). He is probably the Samuel who has often been called a son of his grandfather.|
|1-5-1-3-4-2||PHEBE WINANS b 23 Jan 1790 bp 8 June 1790.|
|1-5-1-3-4-3||JACOB WINANS b 16 May 1792 bp 20 Apr 1795.|
|1-5-1-3-4-4||RACHEL WINANS b 1 Nov 1794 d in Willshire Twp., Van Wert Co., Ohio
md (1) Joseph Heller b 10 July 1790 bp 4 Aug 1792 Monroe Co., Pa. d
Van Wert Co., Ohio, son of John and Susanna (Hammond) Heller. Md
(2) Jonathan Depue. She is probably the Rachel who has often been
called a dau of her grandfather. Rachel and Joseph Heller had the
|1-5-1-3-4-5||PHEBE WINANS md John Van Gorder and they had the following children:
|*1-5-1-3-4-6||MATTHEW WINANS d in his 67th year at Meshoppen, Pa. md Mary Morehouse.|
|*1-5-1-3-4-7||JOHN WINANS b 1800 d Mar 1872 in Meshoppen, Pa. md Catherine Brink.|
|1-5-1-3-4-8||ISAAC WINANS (no further data).|
|1-5-1-3-4-9||ANN WINANS md _?_ Hall. they had son Chester L. Hall, md Mabel E. Warren. They lived in Binghamton, N. Y.|
|*1-5-1-3-4-10||CLARK WINANS b 13 Sept 1812 d 16 Mar 1882 md Martha Maynard.|
|1-5-1-3-4-11||SUSAN WINANS md _?_ Stark.|
|1-5-1-3-4-12||CATHERINE WINANS md Amos Col[????].|
Line of ISAAC WTNANS
ISAAC was b 10 July 1764 in Perth Amboy, N. J. three weeks before the death of his mother. He d 26 Dec 1852 md 24 Oct 1786 Ellener (Eleanor) DeLong dau of John DeLong of Smithfieid. This date was passed down in the records of descendants. The marriage entry is found in the registers of Rev. Elis van Bunschoten who simultaneously held the Dutch pastorates of Mahackemeck (Deerpark), now Port Jervis, N. Y. Minisink (Montague), Sussex Co, N. J., and Walpeck, N. J. Unfortunately the Rev. erred and entered the groom's name as Jacob, confusing Isaac either with his father or half-brother. During the Revolution Isaac served as a ranger of the frontier (Pa, Archives Series --, 23, 299). He received depreciation pay. Northampton Co. (Series V, 4:354). He may also have been the Isaac of Orange Co., N.Y. Militia, across the Delaware River, but no proof. He had settled, in Northampton Co., Pa. with his father by 1774.
Eleanor was b 23 May 1765 either in N. Y. state or along the Delaware in Northampton Co., Pa. or Sussex Co., N. J. A land warrant in her maiden name, inherited from whom is unstated, appears in Northampton Co. land records for 11 May 1793. An unfortunate claim is made by her dau Hannah in the 1880 census that her parents Isaac and Ellener were b in Delaware. Doubtless the entry for Pa. where Hannah, then aged 75 was b, was related by a child, and the younger generations of this branch of the Winans Family adopted a tradition that the family had come from Delaware to Ohio, rather than from the banks of the Delaware River.
Eleanor's deathdate is also clouded. Until 1953, a crumbled brownstone marker was to the south of Isaac Winans, either that of his father Jacob or wife Eleanor--both have been claimed. (In that year a War Dept. gravestone was placed on this site for Jacob (1-5-1-3) through the efforts of descendants). Eva Scott of Youngstown, late genealogist, wrote 2 Nov 1944, "DAR marker at grave in Pricetown put when tombstone was readable. Mrs. Askue tells me it was for Jacob Winans. Miss Scott also wrote 8 Sept 1944, Eleanor "died Nov 26, 1821 from Bible record in possession of Mrs. Sanford but this tombstone record in Pricetown Cemetery says (i.e. said-jdb) 1765 - May 21, 1833". (This could not have been the Bible this contributor says among Mrs. Sanford's effects, there were no deathdates). In another letter Miss Scott said she had personally recorded the 1833 date. Also there is a letter from Mrs. H. G. Walters (desc. of Phebe 1-5-1-3-3) apparently quoting Mrs. Sanford "Eleanor died May 21, in 68th year, only sick two days--1833". Also, "Mrs. Sanford relates that ....he (Jacob) is buried in an unmarked grave beside his son Isaac and (Isaac's) wife Ellener". Based on this the 1821 date is probably in error, the crumbled stone where the new Jacob Winans marker now stands was probably that of Ellener, and Jacob's grave is probably one more south of Ellener. It is reasonable that his very old stone would be first to disappear, presuming it ever existed. Also, burials from South to North would have been chronological: Jacob 1810, Eleanor 1833 (or 1821?) Isaac 1852 and Susannah McCollum 1869 (dau of Isaac and Eleanor). A letter by John A. Biles of Hommet's Ferry, Bradford Co., Pa. Dec 27, 1920 reads, "Isaac Winans and wife Eleanor sold 16 acres May 25, 1807 (in Northampton Co., Pa.) and removed to Ohio taking his father (Jacob) with him. They arrived in Milton Twp., June 21, 1807. According to a letter (dated 1911) of Mrs. R. Sanford, gt. granddaughter of Isaac, the land was sold May 20. It is not known if Eleanor's father, John DeLong made the trip at this time. Isaac's brothers, James and Jacob Jr. did come at this time. Milton was in Trumbull Co. until 1852 when it became Mahoning Co. Isaac appears
in the 1840 census aged under 80. Also in the home were 1 male under 20, 2 under 15, 1 under 5, 1 female under 30 and 1 under 15. This is likely to have been the family of his deceased son Jacob. Isaac is listed in Milton 1850 as aged 86. Living with him was his youngest dau Susannah, still unmarried. A report in old correspondence with Ira Winans by Isaac's descendants claims a 2nd wife, Rebecca Robinson. This seems unfounded. Isaac d 26 Dec 1852. Evidently there were three Isaac-Ellener Bibles.
|*1-5-1-3-5-1||JACOB WINANS b 13 Oct 1787 d 13 May 1837 buried Pricetown, Ohio md 6 Sept or Oct 1810 Elsie Sutherland.|
|1-5-1-3-5-2||JAMES WINANS b 5 June 1789 d 19 July 1790. Sometimes confused with his cousins, the sons of James and Jacob, both of whom reached adulthood.|
|*1-5-1-3-5-3||ISAAC DeLONG WINANS b 2 or 3 May 1791 in Allen, N. J. d 3 Aug 1864 in Greenwood, Crawford, Pa. buried at Pricetown md 6 Nov 1817 in Trumbull Co., Ohio Elizabeth (Betsy) DeLong.|
|*1-5-1-3-5-4||JOHN WINANS b 26 June 1795 d 12 Oct or Nov 1852/3 md 8 Aug 1822 Eleanor (Nelly) North.|
|1-5-1-3-5-5||SARAH WINANS b 18 Apr 1797 d 18 Oct 1821 (per IW) 18 Oct 1881 Columbiana Co., Ohio (per JDS) md in Trumbull Co., 24 Jan 1818 (per IW) Sain Robinson who d 22 Oct 1821. He had lived in Pickaway Co., Ohio (per JDB). They had the following children:
|1-5-1-3-5-6||PHEBE WINANS b 16 Apr 1799 md Trumbull Co. 28 Aug or Sept 1817 Andrew Moore b in Va. ca 1799. Both were 51 in 1850 census of Milton. Phebe was 61 in 1860 deceased by 1870 when husband was 73. They had the following children:
|1-5-1-3-5-7||ELEANOR WINANS b 11 June 1801 d 2 Apr 1881, Cisne, Ill. She is buried there although her name was included on a marker erected in Ohio for husband many years after their deaths. She married in Trumbull Co., on 9 Dec 1820 Russell Orr b 2 or 3 Apr 1798 d 4 Nov 1839. Will probated Nov 1839 Trumbull Co. They had the following children:
|[In Mrs. Egy's book, page 23 began a few lines above here, in the middle of Kenneth Gregory Morris' name. To simplify formatting, we have included the Eisenhauer and Morris families in page 22. CWC.]
|1-5-1-3-5-8||REBECCA WINANS b 23 May 1803 d 10 June 1854 md 13 Dec 1832 William Moore. See under sister Susannah (1-5-1-3-5-10) for possible chi1dren.|
|1-5-1-3-5-9||HANNAH WINANS b 3 Oct 1805 in Stroudsburg, Pa. d 20 June 1894 buried at Palmyra, Portage Co., Ohio md in Warren, Ohio 21 Oct 1828 Bezaleel Olmstead b 18 Feb 1804 in New Milford, Conn d 20 Sept 1839 in Palmyra. Hannah's dau Eleanor stated in 188O that mother Hannah had been b in N.J. but the records of IW. says Pa. which is probably correct. They had the following children:
|1-5-1-3-5-10||SUSANNAH (SUSAN) WINANS b 12 Aug 1807 just after the family arrived in Ohio. She lived at home with widowed father Isaac until his death in 1852. She married 9 Dec 1869 John McCollum b 1801 or 1803 d 9 Oct 1881 (widower of Mary Packard). Susannah d 17 Jan 1876 buried beside her father at Pricetown, Ohio. Age on tombstone 65-5-5 is error for 68-5-5 or a misreading. In 1860 she was living with Johnson J. Moore age 25 and Ele (male) Moore. These may have been children of her sister Rebecca of whose family we know nothing (less likely of the family of sister Phebe who also md a Moore and whose large family is known. However these may merely be sons of a James Moore living next door with Susannah serving as housekeeper.|
Line of JAMES WINANS
JAMES was b 12 Mar 1767 in Perth Amboy, N. J. d 11 Aug 1852 in Milton, Ohio buried there. He md (1) 1 Mar 1791 Hannah Bunnell b July 1772 in Stroudsburg. Pa. d 13 Sept 1838 buried Eckis Cemetery in Milton, Trumbull Co., Ohio (now Mahoning Co.). Ira Winans says that her parents were Solomon and Eleanor (Fox) Bunnell. James migrated to Ohio in the summer of 1807 with his father and brothers, Isaac
and Jacob. He appears in the 1840 census there with a male under 20 and one under 15, probably grandsons. He was 83 in 1850 living with son James Jr. James md (2) 20 Apr 1839 Jane Stewart b ca 1791 in Stroudsburg, Pa. She was age 59 in Milton 1850 and a widow in the 1860 census. As Jane was not living with James in the 1840 or 1850 census she may have been the widow of Daniel Stewart. This Jane died 25 Mar 1865 age 74 years. James did not serve in the Rev. War in Dutchess, N. Y. as often stated. This service was in Conrad-2 Winans' family.
Ref: IW., JDB.
|*1-5-1-3-7-1||JACOB JAMES WINANS b Oct 1791 in Stroudsburg, Pa. d 22 Sept 1838 md (1) Eleanor Swallow per (IW) Eleanor Daughety (per JDB). Md (2) Elizabeth McAdams.|
|1-5-1-3-7-2||JEMIMA WINANS b 8 Nov 1794 in Stroudsburg, Pa. d 1 Sept 1854 in Lima, Ohio md 23 June 1814 in Trumbull Co., Ohio George D. Titus b 17 Feb 1791 d in Lima, Ohio. They had the following children:
|1-5-1-3-7-3||ISAAC WINANS b 3 Oct 1796 in Stroudsburg, Pa. d 3 Apr 1886 in Trumbull Co., Ohio md (1) Sarah Hawley b 1797 d 17 Sept 1871 in Graceville, Trumbull, Ohio. There were no children. Isaac md (2) 19 Mar 1872 Parthena A. Robinson b 19 Mar 1832 in Ware, Mass. d 7 Aug 1907 in Garrettsville, Portage, Ohio. There were no children.|
|1-5-1-3-7-4||MARY or POLLY WINANS b 17953 d 13 Oct 1838 in Milton, Ohio md 1809 Jesse Delong b 1786 d 12 Apr (per VR) 15 Apr (per land bounty) 1856. Jesse was the younger brother of the wife of her uncle Isaac (1-5-1-3-5). She was buried Eckis (her tombstone recorded erroneously in Henry Baldwin's Mahoning Co. Tombstone typescript as a wife of old John Delong of Milton). Jesse was John's son. After her death Jesse remarried 12 or 15 Apr 1839 Mrs. Rachel (Frankfurther) Winans widow of her Uncle Jacob's son James (1-5-1-3-11-1). Mary and Jesse had the following children:
|He married and settled Newaygo Co., Michigan. Perhaps others.
Ref: These Delong children are data from records of John Baldwin.
|*1-5-1-3-7-5||HENRY STRINGER WINANS b 11 Feb 1800 d 17 July 1854 md 31 Aug 1821 Rachel McCarthy.|
|1-5-1-3-7-6||SUSANNAH WINANS b 11 Feb 1803 d 8 Dec 1859 md 27 Nov 1828 in Newton Twp., Trumbull, Ohio Hugh Haggarty Cole b 17 Sept 1808 in Elizabeth, N. J. son of James Cole Jr. They settled in Iowa for a short while where their first child was born. Back to Ohio where the 2nd child was born in Cleveland, and the rest of them were born in Kirtland, Ohio. They went west with the Mormon Migration to Springville, Utah where Susannah died. Hugh md Elizabeth Taylor. She died 1876 and he went to San Bernardino California where he d 11 July 1896. Ref; for this family is Mrs. P. A. Peterson, Los Angeles, Calif. Susannah and Hugh had the following children:
|*1-5-1-3-7-7||JAMES ISAAC WINANS Jr. b 1806 in N. J. d 4 Mar 1876 md (1) 9 Oct 1823 Polly or Mary Frankfurther. md (2) Caroline Hall (per JDB) Caroline Hudson (per IW).|
|1-5-1-3-7-8||ANNA WINANS b 1808 in Milton Twp. d in Adrian, Mich md Lemmel Church.|
|1-5-1-3-7-9||HANNAH BUNNELL WINANS b 1810 d 2 May 1873 at Paris, Ohio (per IW) d 2 May 1874 (per JDB), md 2 July 1833 or 2 June 1833 Amos Osborn b 1810 or 1811 in Pa. son of Abner and Abigail (Allison) Osborn. Abigail was the maternal aunt of President McKinley. Amos d 15 July 1873 (per IW) or 15 June 1881 (per JDB) as 70 yrs 11 mos 6 days in Paris, Portage Co. Ohio. Hannah and Amos had the following children: this data taken from the records of IW.