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      1. Malcolm Ellyott Rankin Craig Jr. b 9 Dec 1936 at Takoma Park, Md., md 17 Nov 1962 at Silver Spring, Md., Beverly Ann Mears b 10 Oct 1938 at Wash. D. C., dau of Samuel F. and Sarah Jane (Frolick) Mears. They had two children:
        1. Virginia Ann Craig b 1 Aug 1959 at Takoma Park, Md., and
        2. Dorothy Jane Craig b 6 Sept 1963 at Takoma Park, Md.
        Virginia was the dau of Malcolm's 1st wife, Norah A. Kelly who he married 2 Aug 1958 and divorced 9 May 1962.
      2. Don Charles Walter Craig b 29 Oct 1941 at Takoma Park, Md.
  1. Phonnie Higgens, no record.
This information from letters from Charles L. Higgens dated 1951 Smithsburg, Md. to Mrs. Susan S. Watson of Chattanooga, Tenn.
 1-5-1-1-7-4-9MARTHA WINANS md John Nicholas.
 1-5-1-1-7-4-10ASENATH WINANS never married.
*1-5-1-1-7-4-11BENJAMIN WINANS b 12 May 1834 near Bantam, Ohio md Amanda Simpson.

6th Gen

REV. WILLIAM was b 3 Nov 1788 near Braddocks Grove, Pa. d 3 Aug 1857 in Smite Co., Miss.,1 md 14 Sept 1815 in Charleston, So. C. Martha DuBose b 20 Apr 1797 in Darlington, S. C., d 22 Mar 1862 in Centerville, Miss. She was the dau of Daniel DuBose who served in the Am. Revol. as Capt. of S. C. Volunteers, and a direct descendant of Isaac DuBose, a French Huguenot, who came from Dieppe, Normandy, France to settle in S. C. in 1689. Rev. William adopted the ministry and became a Bishop of the Methodist Episcopal Church and the founder of the second church of that denomination in La. and held the first Protestant Sunday School in N. C.
Ref: Old Families of Louisiana, Published in 1931, Harmanson, Publisher, New Or1eans.

Two death dates are given for Rev. William--8 Aug 1857 and 31 Aug 1857. Martha's mother was Mary (Nettles) DuBose. William's father died when he was 2 yrs old leaving his widow and 5 small children.

The following exerpts were taken from a diary written by Dr. Winans and published in 1891 by Goodspeed in Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Mississippi. "My mother was poor and dependent upon the labor of her own hands, with the slight assistance of her older children. She was, I believe, the most industrious human being I ever knew. I scarcely ever saw her unoccupied, day or night". "We never wanted bread to eat nor raiment to wear, and besides this, our careful mother taught, or had us taught, to read". "When I was two my mother removed to Ten-mile Creek in Greene Co., Pa., where she remained some seven years and then removed to George's Creek, Fayette Co., Pa. near Union Town. Here we continued until I was sixteen years old and then removed to Clermont, Co., Ohio, where I remained until I entered the itinerant ministry in the Methodist Episcopal Church". A. B. Hyde, D. D. professor of Greek in the University of Denver, speaks of Rev. William Winans, D. D. in the story of Methodism as "the greatest of the Methodists in the Southwest". In the Southwest he was the right man for the region, and here for forty five years he employed his wonderful energies of mind and body. His personal appearance was striking.

As a writer he issued a wide and choice circle of Biblical literature, including a volume of Discourses on Fundamental Subjects, and enduring monument (large octavo,


about seven hundred and fifty pages), besides many fugitive publications. This information was combined from data taken from the "Old Families of Louisiana" published in 1931; Harmanson, Published, New Orleans, and "Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Mississippi" published in 1891 by Goodspeed Pub. Co. Also; Mrs. Susan S. Watson of Chattanooga, Tenn. was very helpful in copying material from this publication, B. & H. Memoirs of Mississippi.

 1-5-1-1-7-5-1MARY SUSANNA WINANS md Isaac Wall an architect of note. They had the following children:
  1. Sarah Culbertson Wall b 28 Feb 1835 d 1881 md on 13 Apr 1853 William Fergus Kernan.
  2. William Winans Wall of the Conf. Army.
  3. Benjamin Drake Wall killed in the Civil War.
  4. Martha DuBose Wall md J. Embree.
  5. Mary Eliza Wall.
  6. Dickson Wall.
  7. Francis Richardson Wall.
Mary Susanna Winans Wall was widely known and a much beloved educator in La. and Miss., a profession she adopted after her husband's death.
 1-5-1-1-7-5-2MARGARET L. C. WINANS md William P. Dickson of Centerville, Tenn. They had six children.
 1-5-1-1-7-5-3WESLEY P. WINANS md Jane Harper of Shreveport, La. He was killed in the Civil War on 23 Nov 1863 at Missionary Ridge, Tenn. At the time of his death he held the commission of Colonel in the Nineteenth Louisiana Regiment. They had four daughters all born in Columbia, Mo.
 1-5-1-1-7-5-4ANNIE E. WINANS b 1828 md 4 Jan 1848 Nolan S. Dickson who d 9 June 1870. They had three children:
  1. Mary L. Dickson who d at age 14.
  2. Lucy W. Dickson.
  3. William A. Dickson md Lucy B. Hampton of Tenn.

6th Gen

JACOB CARTER called "Jack" was b 19 Mar 1788 at Hanover, N. J. d 1865 at N. Y. C. md Mercy _?_ b 1791 d 1 July 1860.
Ref: IW.

 1-5-1-2-2-1-1JACOB WINANS.
 1-5-1-2-2-1-2MARY ANNE WINANS md Stephen Martimer. They had a dau, Bessie Martimer and a son Martimer Martimer.
 1-5-1-2-2-1-3PHEBE ANN WINANS md Alexander Peck. They had son, John Peck.
 1-5-1-2-2-1-4WILLIAM HENRY WINANS md (1) Addie _?_ md (2) Sarah LeBrun. William and Addie believed to have had a son William Winans (per IW).
 1-5-1-2-2-1-5GEORGE WINANS believed to have had 3 children but no names given.
 1-5-1-2-2-1-6AMELIA WINANS md John Litz.


6th Gen

CYRUS was b 25 or 26 Nov 1789/90 at Hanover d 2 June 1875 at Hanover, N. J. md (1) 15 June 1814 Nancy Ball, md (2) 3 Apr 1818 Phebe Ball b 10 June 1793 d 12 Dec 1879 buried in Hanover, N. J. Nancy and Phebe were sisters.
Ref: IW., Phebe has been referred to as Abigail but I am sure that this is a mistake as Abigail was Isaac Jr's wife.

Child by 1st wife:

 1-5-1-2-2-2-1SARAH ANN WINANS b 11 Sept 1815 d 17 Oct 1907 md 29 Jan 1851 Char1es Roff. She d in Newark, N. J. and there were no children.

Children by 2nd wife:

 1-5-1-2-2-2-2NANCY WINANS b 19 Oct 1819.
 1-5-1-2-2-2-3GEORGE E. WINANS b 19 Sept 1821 md 26 Oct 1844 Margaret Bedford. They had one son Marvin A. Winans b 1846 d 8 Mar 1853 age 7 years buried at the Hanover N. J. Graveyard.
 1-5-1-2-2-2-4ABRAM C. WINANS b 12 Dec 1825.
 1-5-1-2-2-2-5ROBERT B. WINANS b 19 Dec 1827 md 11 Sept 1850 Margaret Miller. No proof but it is believed that they had two daughters.
 1-5-1-2-2-2-6EMILY A. WINANS b 17 Jan 1829 md Jacob Fredricks on 9 Nov 1848.
 1-5-1-2-2-2-7MARY E. WINANS b 1 Sept 1833 md (1) 27 June 1852 Caleb Stites. There were no children. She md (2) 7 Apr 1890 James Henry Winans b 23 Dec 1825 in Hanover, N. J. d 11 Apr 1910 in East Orange, N. J. buried at Hanover. He was the son of David Harvey and Margaret Ann (Ball) Winans. Mary and James didn't have any children. James line is (1-5-1-2-2-5-3).

6th Gen.

DAVID HARVEY was b 25 Dec 1795/6 at Hanover, N. J. d 18 Dec 1875 at Hanover, N. J. md 20 Apr 1820 at Hanover, N. J. Martha Ann Ball b 13 or 14 Sept 1795 at N. Y., N. Y. d 25 July 1882 at Hanover. Martha was the dau of James and Elisabeth (Moore) Ball.
Ref: IW.

 1-5-1-2-2-5-1JOHN NEWTON WINANS b 22 Mar 1821 in Centerville, Essex, N. J. d 26 June 1907 in Hanover, N. J. unmar. He was a school teacher.
 1-5-1-2-2-5-2ELIZABETH WINANS b 19 May 1823 at Hanover, N. J. d 10 Mar 1913 at East Orange, N. J, buried at Hanover md 24 May 1848 at Hanover, Aaron Tompkins Beach, b 3 Sept 1821 in Essex Co., N. J. d 14 Feb 1857 in Centerville, N. J. buried in Hanover. He was the son of Ezra and Sarah (Tompkins) Beach. They had the following children:
  1. Sarah Eliza Beach b 18 Nov 1849 in Hanover md Luther Halsey Perry.
  2. Edward Winans Beach b 4 Sept 1851 in Hanover, N. J.
*l-5-l-2-2-5-3JAMES HENRY WINANS b 23 Dec 1825 at Hanover, d 11 Apr 1910 at East Orange, N. J. md (1) Jane Elizabeth Kitchel. md (2) 7 Apr 1890


 Mrs. Mary E. (Winans) Stites who was his cousin. Her line is (1-5-1-2-2-2-7).
 1-5-1-2-2-5-4ROBERT BALL WINANS b 14 Dec 1827 in Hanover d 20 or 21 Oct 1851 Hanover, md July 1850 Catherine A. Neal who d 19 Aug 1908 in Orange, N. J. They had a dau Anna Ball Winans b 12 Mar 1851 in Brooklyn, Kings, N. Y, d June 1870 in Hanover, N. J.
*1-5-1-2-2-5-5EDWARD BALDWIN WINANS b 3 Dec 1829 in Hanover, N. J. d 23 Apr 1908 in Newark, N. J. md 27 Dec 1853 in Newark Mary Timbrooks.
*1-5-1-2-2-5-6CHARLES CLARK WINANS b 25 Jan 1832 in Hanover, N. J. d 11 Nov 1914 md (1) 16 Sept 1857 Jane Virginia Button, md (2) 20 Dec 1877 Rose Rutherford. He was a Rev. Charles Clark Winans.
 1-5-1-2-2-5-7AMBROSE RANDOLPH WINANS b 1 Oct 1834 in Hanover d 24 May 1835 in same.
 1-5-1-2-2-5-8MARY LUCINDA WINANS b 24 Mar 1836 in Hanover d 22 Aug 1919 in E. Orange, N. J. buried at Hanover, md 28 Apr 1881 in Hanover, William Ferdinand Datow b 24 Aug 1836 (this date may not be correct) d 28 Nov 1901 in Hanover. There were no children.

6th Gen.

NATHANIEL BEACH was b 5 June 1797 at Hanover, N. J. d 19 Feb 1829 at Orange, N. J. md in 1822 Sarah Yeomans b ca 1800 at Haverstran, Rockland, N. J. d July 1864 at Newark, N. J. She was the dau of Richard Yeomans.
Ref: IW.

*1-5-1-2-2-6-1RICHARD AUGUSTUS WINANS b 1823 in Orange, Essex, N. J. d 1863 in Brooklyn, N. Y. md 1844 Eliza Meeker.
 1-5-1-2-2-6-2MARY BEACH WINANS b 17 Feb 18?? d 10 May 1902 in Montclair, N. J., md June 1835 in Orange, N. J. Elijah James Lathrop b 16 Apr 1809 in N. J. d 18 Nov 1862 buried in Washington D. C. at Arlington Cemetery. He was the son of Dr. Oliver and Elizabeth (Johnson) Lathrop. They had the following children:
  1. Gertrude Amelia Lathrop b 23 Oct 1836 in Orange. N, J. md Thomas Courter.
  2. Mary Louisa Lathrop b 1839 in Orange d 1908 in Springfield, Mass, md (1) William Fellows. md (2) Charles Christy. md (3) Horatio Prentice.
  3. James Augustus Lathrop b 1842 in Orange d 20 July 1864 in Georgia, unmarried.
  4. Oscar M. Lathrop b 1846 in Orange d 3 Nov 1863, drowned in the Tenn. River, unmarried.
  5. Charles W. Lathrop b 10 July 1850 in Orange.

6th Gen.

ISAAC was b 9 May 1808 in Hanover, N. J. d 16 Sept 1865 in Livingston, N. J., buried at Hanover md 20 Apr 1833 Elizabeth Sigler b 1813 d Sept 1848 buried at Clinton, N. J.
Ref: IW.


 1-5-1-2-2-11-1CORNELIUS WINANS b 1 Jan 1834 d 3 Feb 1842 buried at Hanover, N. J.
 1-5-1-2-2-11-2THEODORE WINANS b 24 Sept 1837. No further data.
 1-5-1-2-2-11-3SARAH MARIA WINANS b 26 Sept 1841 md 23 July 1859 Theodore Berry b 16 Mar 1834. They had the following children:
  1. Sarah E. Berry b 19 June 1860 md 23 Aug 1875 George W. Williams and they had 15 children.
  2. Charles Berry b 11 Feb 1862 d 16 Apr 1880.
  3. Mary L. Berry b 8 May 1864 md 15 June 1887 George ___.
  4. John B. Berry b 31 Aug 1866 md Harriet Crane on 5 Jan 1898.
  5. Ellen M. Berry b 27 July 1868 (twin) d 20 July 1906 md 31 Dec 1888 Christopher Harkey.
  6. Thomas Berry b 27 July 1868 (twin) d 19 Aug 1868
  7. Harriet E. Berry b 24 Dec 1870 d 17 Dec 1871.
 1-5-1-2-2-11-4MARY WINANS.
*l-5-1-2-2-l1-5CHARLES WINANS b 14 Jan 1846 md Harriet Louise Van Cleve.
 1-5-1-2-2-11-6HENRY WINANS b Aug 1848 d Sept 1848 buried Clinton, N, J.

6th Gen

JOSEPH BALL was b 6 Feb 1811 at Hanover, N. J. d 26 Jan 1885 at Hanover md 1 Oct 1835 Jane R. Ball b 14 Oct 1813 d 11 Mar 1864 at Hanover.
Kef: IW.

 1-5-1-2-2-12-1SUSAN AMANDA WINANS b 25 Apr 1837 d 11 July 1888 buried in Hanover, N. J, md 4 July 1861 William Lindsley Beach b Apr 1833.
 1-5-1-2-2-12-2MARY LAVINIA WINANS b 11 Apr 1840 d 21 June 1840.
 1-5-1-2-2-12-3JANE AUGUSTA WINANS b 19 Aug 1841 md 1870 George Witty who d before 14 June 1921.
 1-5-1-2-2-12-4WARD CONDIT WINANS b 11 Feb 1844 d 13 Aug 1886 md 1875 Matilda Bean Stiles. They had at least one dau, Lillian Winans, who was living in 1912.
 1-5-1-2-2-12-5MARY ANTONNETTE WINANS b 15 Mar 1848 in Hanover, Morris, N. J. d 31 May 1884 in Roseland, md 9 June 1875 in Hanover, Peter Sanders Meeker b 27 Oct 1835 in West Orange, Essex. N. J. d 8 Aug 1916 in Roseland, son of Jonathan Morris and Jane (Johnson) Meeker. They had two dau,
  1. Grace Viola Meeker b 9 June 1877 in Hanover and
  2. Ethel Maude Meeker b 13 Nov 1878 in Roseland d 25 July 1905 in Roseland.

6th Gen

WILLIAM BALL was b 9 Dec 1813 d 12 Nov 1899 at Livingston, N. J. buried at Hanover N, J. He was b in Hanover and md on 24 Dec 1835 in Livingston Elizabeth "Betsy" Smith b 6 July 1817 in Livingston, Essex, N. J. d 6 Apr 1904 in same. She was the dau of Allen and Susan (Beach) Smith.
Ref: IW.


 1-5-1-2-2-13-1SUMNER M. WINANS b 7 Aug 1836 in Livingston, N. J. d 5 Apr 1851 in same.
 1-5-1-2-2-13-2SMITH WINANS b 6 July 1839 in same, d 6 Mar 1841 in same.
 1-5-1-2-2-13-3MARGARET SMITH WINANS b 14 Feb 1842 in same, unmarried.
*1-5-1-2-2-13-4THOMAS JEFFERSON WINANS b 24 June 1844 in same, d 25 Oct 1912 in N. Y. md 16 Mar 1871 in Phila., Pa. Anne Clark MacLeod.
*1-5-1-2-2-13-5SIDNEY BEACH WINANS b 5 Dec 1846 in same, md 7 Sept 1875 in Morristown, N. J. Elizabeth Anna Parsells.
 1-5-1-2-2-13-6SUSAN ANN WINANS b 4 Dec 1849 md Henry Clay MacBrier or MacBrair.
 1-5-1-2-2-13-7MARY EUGENIA WINANS b 7 July 1854 in same, d 17 Feb 1921 in West Summit, N. J. md 9 Nov 1881 Samuel Woodhull Farce.

5th Gen

NICHOLAS was b 27 Aug 1785, no further data.
Ref: IW., JDB.

 1-5-1-3-2-6-1JULIA A. WINANS.
 1-5-1-3-2-6-2CLARK T. WINANS md Candace A. Cook. Lived in Big Flats, Tioga, NY.
 1-5-1-3-2-6-3LEROY WINANS.
 1-5-1-3-2-6-5ROSS WINANS per JDB.

6th Gen

JOHN was b 8 June 1801 at Big F1ats, Tioga, N. Y. d 29 Aug 1831 at same place. Name of wife not given.
Ref: IW.

 1-5-1-3-2-14-1MARY D. WINANS over 14 in 1842 b at Big F1ats, N. Y.
 1-5-1-3-2-14-2JOHN CLARK WINANS over 14 in 1845 b at Big Flats, N. Y.
 1-5-1-3-2-14-3WILLIAM S. WINANS b at Big Flats.

6th Gen

SAMUEL was b 21 Feb 1788 bp 29 July 1788 either Minisink Valley or Smithfield, Pa. DAR, Church records, d 1828 in Middle Smithfield, Pa. md Margaret Depue or Depew b 1794 d 1851 age 57 years. Samuel is no doubt the Samuel who has often been called a son of his grandfather and was also called Daniel in error. Margaret md (2) Jacob Buss.
Ref: IW., JB.

 1-5-1-3-4-1-1ELIZABETH JANE WINANS b 29 Mar 1814 in Middle Smithfield, Monroe,


 Pa. bp 3 July 1814 in Minisink Val1ey d 1 Dec 1859 in Mehoopany, Pa. md 30 Mar 1833 in Middle Smithfield, Pa. Benjamin Kintner b 15 Oct 1812 in Bushkill, Monroe, Pa. d 1 Feb 1890 in Mehoopany, Pa. Elizabeth may have been called Eliza Jane. They had the fo1lowing children:
  1. Moses S. Kintner b 19 May 1835 in Bushkill d 25 May 1903 in Mehoopany, Pa. md Elizabeth Jacoby, see DAR 147690 (per JDB).
  2. Jacob C. Kintner b 11 July 1836 in Russellhill, Wyoming, Pa. d 26 Mar 1886 in Mehoopany, Pa.
  3. James M. Kintner b 20 Aug 1841 in Mehoopany, d 7 Dec 1902 in Sioux Falls, So. Da.
  4. William Henry Kintner b 18 Aug 1843 in Mehoopany d 16 Apr 1887.
  5. Mary Jane Kintner b 12 July 1846 in Mehoopany d 19 Feb 1902 in same.
  6. Sarah Kintner b 26 Aug 1849 in Mehoopany.
  7. Elijah Kintner b 16 Aug 1851 in Mehoopany.
*1-5-1-3-4~1-2BENJAMIN DEPUE WINANS b 6 Sept 1817/18 d 18 Feo 1893 in Union, Broome, N. Y. md (1) Susannah Beningar md (2) May 1852 Hannah E. Green.
 1-5-1-3-4-1-3MARY ANNE WINANS b 1820 d 1902 in Orange, Ohio. Question on the town.
 1-5-1-3-4-1-4ELEANOR WINANS b _____ d 5 Jan 1891 in Spragenville, Pa.
 1-5-1-3-4-1-5SUSAN WINANS b 1826.
 1-5-1-3-4-1-6ELIZA WINANS b 1827 d in 1840.

6th Gen

MATTHEW was b _?_ d in his 67th year at Meshoppen, Pa. md Mary Morehouse.
Ref: IW.

 1-5-1-3-4-6-1RACHEL WINANS b in Meshoppen, Wyo., Pa. md _?_ Show.
*1-5-1-3-4-6-2GEORGE WINANS b 16 Apr 1836 at Meshoppen, Pa. d 7 May 1918 at Binghamton, N. Y. md 1 Jan 1859 at Lemon Twp. Pa. Eme1ine Jane Earll dau of Joseph and Harriet (Hickock) Earll.
*1-5-1-3-4-6-3VINCENT CORIELLE WINANS b 25 Nov 1838 in Meshoppen, Wyoming, Pa., d 13 Mar 1900 at Athens, Pa. md Mary Elizabeth Dibble dau of Clement and Eunice Hanson Dibble.
 1-5-1-3-4-6-4JOHN WINANS d when ca 22 years old.
 1-5-1-3-4-6-5IRA WINANS (was in the Civil War).
 1-5-1-3-4-6-6SILAS WINANS (was in the Civil War).
 1-5-i-3-4-6-7HANNAH W1NANS d before she was 21 years old.
 1-5-i-3-4-6-8THOMAS WINANS.
 1-5-1-3-4-6-9AMOS WINANS.
 1-5-1-3-4-6-10ADELIA WINANS.
 1-5-1-3-4-6-11MARTHA WINANS d in 1885/6 in Athens, Pa.
 1-5-1-3-4-6-12MARY WINANS


6th Gen

JOHN was b 1800 d Mar 1872 in Meshoppen, Pa. md Catherine Brink.
Ref: IW.

 1-5-1-3-4-7-1MOSES WINANS b 1826 in Meshoppen, Pa.
 1-5-1-3-4-7-2MARY WINANS md Thomas Davidson.
 1-5-1-3-4-7-3ELEANOR WINANS unmarried at age 30.
 1-5-1-3-4-7-4SUSAN WINANS md Samue1 Cartwright. They had a son Matthew Cartwright and a dau Eliza Cartwright.
 1-5-1-3-4-7-5ELIZA WINANS d young.
 1-5-1-3-4-7-6MATTHEW WINANS md and had large family.
 1-5-1-3-4-7-7ISAAC WINANS.
*1~5-1-3-4-7-8JOHN REDY WINANS b 13 Sept 1843 in Meshoppen, Pa. md Mary Margrette Davidson.

6th Gen
Line of Clark Winans

See corrections.

Clark was b 13 Sept 1812 d 16 Mar 1882 md Martha Maynard b 1 Oct 1814 in N. Y. dau of Elijah & Sally (Stowe) Maynard.
Ref: IW., Mrs. Rose Kafader, Paskenta, Calif., who took the information from the Commemorative Biographical Records of Northeastern, Pa.

 1-5-1-3-4-10-1ALBERT WINANS b in Meshoppen Wyo. Co., Pa.
 1-5-1-3-4-10-2CHARLES WINANS d in Meshoppen, Pa. He had a dau Clara Winans.
 1-5-1-3-4-10-3SALLY ANN WINANS md 2 Apr 1863 Char1es Gay b 26 Mar 1834 d 1903 son of Ansel Gay b 31 Aug 1809 in Herkimer Co., N. Y. d 23 Sept 1883 in Auburn, Susq. Co., Pa. and Elizabeth (Bunnell) Gay b 3 Nov 1812 in N. J. d 19 Apr 1864. They had the following children:
  1. Cora Belle Gay.
  2. Alice Gay md Lalin Brown in Meshoppen, Wyo. Pa.
  3. Frank W. Gay md 23 Oct 1889 Nora 0. Tubbs.
  4. Marble C. Gay lived in Wyo. Co., Pa. md _?_ Champion.
  5. (Twins) Clark and
  6. Ansel Gay d in infancy.
 1-5-1-3-4-10-4GIDEON WINANS b 21 Dec 1841.
 1-5-1-3-4-10-5LYMAN WINANS.
 1-5-1-3-4-10-6FRANK M. WINANS lived in Meshoppen.
 1-5-1-3-4-10-7GERSHOM WINANS md Harriet _?_.
 1-5-1-3-4-10-8BENTLEY WINANS lived in Meshoppen.
 1-5-1-3-4-10-9VERNANDO WINANS died young.

6th Gen

JACOB was b 13 Oct 1787 d 13 May 1837 buried Pricetown, Ohio md 6 Sept or Oct 1810 Elsie Sutherland b 12 Nov 1787 d 17 July 1873, called of Sutherlandshire, Scotland.


She was buried at Pricetown, and was the dau of John and Margaret (Lee) Sutherland. Jacob was a Lt. in the War of 1812, his widow a pensioner. The tombstone in Eckis Cemetery beside Elsie was read in the past by J. Baldwin and E. Scott as Jacob Jr., it may have been to differentiate from his uncle or grandfather, the former of whom was still living.
Ref: IW., JB.

*1-5-1-3-5-1-1ISAAC WINANS was b 3 July 1811 in Milton, Ohio d 3 Dec 1877 at New Brighton, Pa. md 1 Aug 1837 in Milton, Alma or Anne Eliza Sheets.
*1-5-1-3-5-1-2JOHN SUTHERLAND WINANS b 25 Sept 1812 d 21 Feb 1879 (per IW) 5 Feb 1881 (per JB) in New Brighton, Pa. md Eliza Maria Reno.
 1-5-1-3-5-1-3JANE WINANS b 29 Mar 1814 d 26 Sept 1845 buried Pricetown, Ohio md 18 July 1844 Andrew Moore. Unnamed child died with mother on 26 Sept 1845.
*1-5-1-3-5-1-4ALEXANDER WINANS b 4 Apr 1816 in Newton Twp., Ohio d 21 Feb 1893 at Atwater, Ohio md 27 Apr 1840 at Atwater, Lucy Amelia Standard.
 1-5-1-3-5-1-5ELEANOR WINANS b 3 Sept 1817 d 1 Oct 1877 buried in Eckis Cemetery Milton, O., md 2 June 1839 at Milton, Richard D. Myers b 24 Sept 1817 d 12 Apr 1886 buried in Eckis Cemetery at Milton. They had the following children:
  1. Anna Lavina Myers b 15 June 1840 in Milton d 22 Apr 1907 near No. Benton, Ohio.
  2. Elsie Winans Myers b 27 Jan 1842 in Milton, d 19 Oct 1870 in Erie, Kan.
  3. Richard D. Myers b 28 Mar 1847 in Campbellsport, Ohio (Twin).
  4. Ellen Jane Myers b 28 Mar 1847 in Campbellsport, Ohio (Twin).
  5. James Wylie Myers b 26 Jan 1856 in Milton (Twin).
  6. Sarah Miranda Myers b 26 Jan 1856 in Milton (Twin), d 21 Feb 1858 in Milton.
 1-5-1-3-5-1-6MARGARET MARIA WINANS b 27 Apr 1819 md Clark Reed.
 1-5-1-3-5-1-7ELSIE ASENATH WINANS b 26 Nov 1820 d 9 Dec 1891 md Jackson Taylor on 20 Aug 1844.
 1-5-1-3-5-1-8SARAH MIRANDA WINANS b 29 Sept 1822 d 30 Nov 1897 md 29 Aug 1849 James Thornley b 20 May 1819 d 11 Oct 1893. No children.
*1-5-1-3-5-1-9WILLIAM WINANS b 9 Mar 1824 d 28 Feb 1887 in Kansas md (1) Mary E. Dorsey. md (2) Matilda Kreig.
*1-5-1-3~5-1-10JOSEPH WINANS b 20 Sept 1827 d 24 June 1878 or 1898 (date blurred) md (1) Margaret Windle, md (2) _?_.
 1-5-1-3-5-1-11HANNAH CORINTHA WINANS b 24 Mar 1829 md John Sheets on 17 or 23 June 1850 or 1852 in Mahoning Co., Ohio.
*1-5-1-3-5-1-12JACOB VINCENT WINANS b 23 Sept 1830 d 6 Mar 1891 md Elizabeth Cannon.

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1 In Mississippi, there is an Amite county and a Smith county. The Dictionary of American Biography gives Rev. William Winans' place of death as Amite county.
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