The Expanded Carpenter Winslow Genealogy
Supporting “The Pennsylvania Winslows” book by Robert Winslow Nay

The following is my expanded genealogy research files of which I based much of my genealogy portion of the book “The Pennsylvania Winslows”. This begins with Kenelm Winslow – our immigrant Winslow brother of Plymouth , Massachusetts and goes for 13 generations. I want to share these files and any and all notes I have, and also very much want to receive your feedback for changes, additions, and more stories and pictures that any of you would further like to share with our Winslow relatives. Perhaps this may become a master source of genealogy and historical information of our Winslow family.

Please send any such information and feedback to me-Bob Nay. I hope you enjoy and find this information useful. Feel free to use for your personal purposes and give appropriate acknowledgement and do not use for any commercial purposes.
 

First Generation

  1. Kenelm “Immigrant” Winslow, son of Edward Winslowand Magdalene Oliver, was born on Apr 30, 1599 in Droitwich , Worcestershire, England, died on Sep 12, 1672 in Salem, Essex, Massachusetts, and was buried on Sep 13, 1672 in Salem, Mass.

General Notes: KENELM’S IMMIGRATION TO AMERICA: Kenelm Winslow (1599-1672) our 1st immigrant Winslow ancestor to America: The Winslow family from England emerged in the early 14th century England as a loosely knit clan living in the vicinity of the hamlet of Winslow, in Buckinghamshire (50 miles northwest of London) from which they adopted their name. A brother of Edward Winslow ( a Mayflower passenger and Plymouth diplomat and trade negotiator, and governor) , Kenelm was not in the 1627 Division of Cattle (a sharing of the common assets as the town of Plymouth grew). But he arrived at Plymouth before January 1, 1632-33 when he became a freeman (entitled to vote). Kenelm received various land grants and served on committees and juries.
According to some , land records in Plymouth he may have arrived in 1629 probably on the Winthrop fleet , but came directly from Salem to Plymouth.

One story of Kenelm’s arrival was he supposedly came to Plymouth May 15, 1629 from Gravesend in a party of 35 on the second Mayflower- not the same ship as the first one. “Mayflower” was apparently a very popular name for ships in those days! Another more plausable to me concept comes from the Plymouth Colony Records for 1631. In this, Kenelm may have come to Plymouth with his brother Josiah on the “White Angel” in 1631 See the Plymouth Records on Kenelm 1631 below. The Pilgrim Company and assorted others bound for Plymouth mostly came on the first Mayflower in1620, the Fortune in 1621, the Shallop and Sparrow in 1622, the Anne of London in 1623, and the second Mayflower in 1629. Of course, there were other ships that called at Plymouth too – the Little James, the Talbott, and the Handmaid, among others.

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About 1641 Kenelm moved to Marshfield, where he had received a grant of land at the place called Green’s Harbor, March 5, 1637-38. This grant, originally made to Josiah, his brother, he shared with Love Brewster. He left the homestead to his son Nathaniel. He received other grants of land, and was one of the twenty-six original proprietors of Assonet, now Freetown, Massachusetts. He held various town offices; was deputy to the general court from 1642 to 1644 and from 1649 to 1653, eight years in all. He had considerable litigation, as the early court records show.
This homestead he gave to his second son, Nathaniel, and at his death it passed into the hands of his son, Kenelm, who m. Abigail Waterman; their son Kenelm, whom. Abigail Bourne, was obliged to sell the place in consequence of the failure in business of his younger brother Joseph, of Boston, which also involved his ruin. Other lands were granted to Kenelm Winslow at various times, and still others were purchased by him. He was one of the twenty-six original proprietors of Assonet (Freetown), Mass., purchased from the Indians 2 April, 1659, and received the 24th lot, a portion of which is still owned and occupied (1873) by Barnaby Winslow, his gr. gr. gr. grandson “to whom, by heirship, it has descended through successive generations of more than two hundred years.”

He married Elinor (Ellen) Worden Newton Adams June 1, 1634. She arrived on the Anne at Plymouth on July 10, 1623. Elinor was a young widow of 25 when she emigrated, marrying John Adams, a carpenter, who died in 1633. Adams had arrived on the Fortune in 1621. Elinor died December 5, 1681 at Marshfield, MA (where she is buried), “being eighty-three years old.”

Kenelm d. 13 Sept. 1672, ‘. seventy-three, Salem, Mass., where he had gone on business [Hon. Luther Hatch, of Marshfield]. According to Rev. L. R. Paige, he died there “apparently after a long sickness; for in his will dated five weeks earlier, 8 Aug. 1672, he describes himself as ‘being very sick and drawing nigh unto Death He may have been in Salem on a visit to Mrs. Elizabeth Corwin, daughter of his brother Edward Winslow, or perhaps, for the purpose of obtaining medical aid.”

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SELECTED RECORDS FROM PLYMOUTH COLONY FOR KENELM WINSLOW

(3) 1631: (2) c. 1629: (1,2,3) Emigrated to Plymouth, MA. (1,2) Came with brother Josiah. (3) Although he first appears of record in
Plymouth in 1633, he is paired in the early years with his brother Josiah WINSLOW, who is known to have arrived in 1631, and so we assume that Kenelm came at the same time. (1) Only about 1/3 of the Pilgrim Church of Leydon came over first, and in 1629 a long hindered portion of the original number came by way of Salem, in Puritan company, and proceeded thence to Plymouth. In was in the “Talbot” and the “Mayflower” (the same that came in 1620 to Plymouth) that 35 of the Leyden people smuggled themselves over. Some servants of the company came in the “Talbot,” but the Pilgrims came in the “Mayflower.” In 1631 Edward WINSLOW sent from London by the “White Angel” his brother Josiah.
(1,2,3b) 1632/3, 1 Jan: Admitted a Freeman to the Plymouth Colony.
(3b) 1632/3, 8 Jan: Francis EATON acknowledged that he had sold to Kanelm & Josias WYNSLOW the now dwelling house of
Frances.
(3b) 1633/4, 6 Jan: Samuel JENNY, the son of John JENNY, hath bound himself to Kanelm WINSLOW, of Plymouth, joiner.
(3b) 1636/7, 6 Jan: Granted “threescore acres of land lying upon the south side of the Eele River, above the great swamp.” This grant was made void upon a grant made to him at Green’s Harbor.
(1,2,3b) 1637/8, 5 Mar: (1,2) Received grant of land at Green’s Harbor. (2) originally made to his brother Josiah, and shared with Love
BREWSTER. (1,3b) He received, in partnership with Love BREWSTER, “all that parcel of land remaining of that neck of land lying on
the east side of the lands lately granted to Josias WINSLOW, at Greene’s Harbor.” (1) The lans were to be divided between Kenelm
WINSLOW and Love BREWSTER, provided that Kenelm was to have the part next adjoining his brother Josias.
(3b) 1639: Was in the Plymouth section of Plymouth Colony freemen, then erased and entered in the Marshfield section of the same list.
(1,2) 1641: (3) By 1643: (1,2,3) Moved to Marshfield, MA, formerly Green’s Harbor. (1,2) Home there described as “on a gentle
eminence by the sea, near the extremity of land lying between Green Harbor and South Rivers. This tract of the township was considered the Eden of the region. It was beautified with groves of majestic oaks and graceful walnuts, with the underground void of shrubbery.”
(3b) 1642, 7 Jun: Deputy for Marshfield to Plymouth General Court. (2) 1642-1644: Deputy to the General Court.
(1) There is a tradition among different branches of his descendants that he “possessed a high spirit or temper which brogught him into litigation.”
(3b) 1647, 26 Oct: Mr. HATHERLY acknowledged in court that Helene, the wife of Kanelme WINSLOW, acknowledged her free
assent and consent to the sale of all such lands as her husband had sold unto Samuel STURDEVANT. Captain Miles STANDISH
deposed the same regarding her consent to sales to Henry SAMPSON.
(1,2) 1659, 2 Apr: One of 26 original proprietors of Assonet (Freetown), MA, purchased from the Indians. Received the 24th lot. (1) A
portion of the lot was still owned and occupied in 1873 by his 3rd great grandson Barnaby WINSLOW.
(3b) 1670, 29 May: In the Marshfield section of list of Plymouth Colony freemen.
(3a) 1672, 8 Aug: Kanelme WINSLOW Senior wrote his will, which he signed. Ordered that “what estate I have formerly settled on my
eldest son Kanelme” shall remain unaltered. Bequeathed to son Nathaniel the half of my farm that I last lived upon, as I gave him by a former deed of gift, the other half of the farm to my wife for the term of her natural life, and after the decease of my wife Ellinor
WINSLOW the said half of the farm shall return unto my son Nathaniel. Gave to son Job half of my land at Namassakett which is about 50 acres, and the other 50 acres or thereabouts to Kanelme BAKER my grandchild. Gave to my daughter Ellinor 5 pounds. My wife shall at her decease give unto Mary ADDAMS an equal portion of the goods and moveables as to the rest of my grandchildren. Wife to be sole executrix and Major Josias WINSLOW and my son Kanelme WINSLOW to be overseers. (2) 1672: Left the homestead at Marshfield to his son Nathaniel.
(3a) 1672, 25 Sep: The inventory of the estate of Kenelm WINSLOW totalled 87 pounds, 15s. 4d. and included 1 Bible and 7 other
books valued at 12s. The real estate, unvalued, included one half of the dwelling house and housings and meadow lands and uplands belonging to the said farm he had lived on and now died possessed of in the town of Marshfield; one half of all the lands granted him by the Court with the ancient freemen which lies on the west side of Taunton River, either divided or to be divded hereafter; and one half of the portion of land granted by the Court to him and his brother Josias WINSLOW upon the account of their brother Gilbert WINSLOW
as he was a first comer.
(3a) 1673, 5 Jun: Will proved.
(3b) 1673/4, 4 Mar: Granted 100 acres at Teticutt, pursuant to an order of Jun 1662.
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KENELM: CABINETMAKER/COFFIN MAKER, JOINER, PLANTER

Based on “The Cabinetmakers of America”, is by Ethel Hall Bjerkie (Garden City, NY, Doubleday, 1957).

It is thought that John Alden and Winslow both worked at cabinetmaking, either in individual shops, or, as is more likely, together. In 1632 Alden had moved to Duxbury and in 1641 Winslow had moved to Marshfield, thus both were near to each other and close to Plymouth.There have been attributed to these two men, either working alone or together, some half dozen oaken court cupboards and twice as many chests made during the years 1650-70.
It is thought probable that the Governor Edward Winslow Chair, made about 1635 and owned by the Pilgrim Society at Plymouth, could have been the work of Kenelm. At the Metropolitan Museum of Art there is the Plymouth Chair, which shows the same type of serration about the seat and across the lower edge of the cresting, indicating the same makers as those of the Plymouth cupboards and chests. At Pilgrim Hall, Plymouth, there is a table believed to have been used by Governor Edward Winslow in his council chamber. It is eight feet long with a single gate at each end. The turnings are early. Could this have been made by Kenelm Winslow? or John Alden? (Antiques, Jan. 1930; Bradford; Willison)

The records of the Worshipful Company of Joiners and Ceilers of London provide the earliest written proof of a London connection to a New England joiner.1The joiner in question is Kenelm Winslow, who arrived in Plymouth Colony in about 1631.

Evidence of Kenelm’s London training is present in the Master’s and Wardens’ account books kept by the company from 1621 to 1828. In the relevant account citation the text reads: “Item [received] of Kenelme Winslowe late the apprentice of Abraham Worthington a silver spoone and for his admission iij s iiij d” [3 shillings, 4 pence]. It was standard practice for an apprentice finishing his time to make a payment to the Company, along with a gift of a spoon2 (Fig. 1).

& Fig. 1: Citation for Kenelm Winslow in the Masters’ and Wardens’ Account Book, Joiners’ & Ceilers’ Company of London, 1621-1828, Guildhall Library, City of London, Ms 8041 (FHL British Film 1068631). Courtesy of Worshipful Company of Joiners and Ceilers, Surrey, England. What is known of Winslow’s training? Guidelines established in 1563, in what has come to be known as the Statute of Artificers,3 detailed the various aspects of apprenticeship arrangements. One important distinction was the length of an apprenticeship and the minimum age at which an apprentice could finish his term:
…after the custom and order of the city of London for seven years at the least so the term and years of such apprentice do not expire afore such apprentice shall be of the age of 24 years…4

The record of Winslow’s admission is undated but follows records from August of 1624. Winslow was baptized May 3, 1599, in Droitwich, Worcestershire, a date that coincides with his admission to the Joiners’ Company approximately twenty-five years later. Assuming Winslow’s apprenticeship was a standard sevenyear term, he would have been bound to Abraham Worthington around 1617. Unfortunately, the Master’s and Wardens’ account books that survive begin with the year 1621, leaving no record of his binding. Yet the name “Kenelm” is distinctive enough, and the dates agree so well that it is safe to proceed with the thinking that this is the Kenelm Winslow, joiner, who lived in Plymouth, and later, Marshfield, Massachusetts. In addition, there are no further known records of a Kenelm Winslow in London.

New England Families, Genealogical and Memorial: A Record of the Achievements of Her People in the Making of Commonwealths and the Founding of a NationWilliam Richard Cutter <http://books.google.com/books?q=+inauthor:%22William+Richard+Cutter%22&source=gbs_metadata_r&cad=7>

William Winslow or Wynce- WINSLOW low was the first of the lineage as traced in England.
Children: John, of London, and Wyncelow
Hall; William, mentioned below.
(II) William (2) Winslow, son of William (I) Winslow or Wyncelow, had son Thomas, mentioned below.
(III) Thomas Winslow, son of William (2) Winslow, was of Burton, county Oxford, having lands also in Essex; was living in 1452 ; married Cecelia Tansley, called Lady Agnes.
(IV) William (3) Winslow, son of Thomas Winslow, was living in 1529. Children: Kenelm, mentioned below; Richard.
(V) Kenelm Winslow, son of William (3) Winslow, purchased in 1559 of Sir Richard Newport the estate of Newport’s Place, Kemp- sey, Worcestershire, and he had an older and very large estate in the same parish called Clerkenleap. He died in 1607, in the parish
of St. Andrew. He married Catherine .
His will was dated April 14, 1607, proved November 9, 1607.
(VI) Edward Winslow, only son of Kenelm Winslow, was born in the parish of St. Andrew, county Worcester, and died before 1631. He lived in Kempsey and Droitwich, same county. He married (first) Eleanor Pelham, of Droitwich, (second) at St. Bride’s Church, London, November 4, 1594, Magdalene Oliver, the records of whose family are found in the parish register of St. Peter’s, Droitwich. Children : Richard ; Edward, governor of Plymouth colony; John; Eleanor; Josiah; Gilbert, came in the “Mayflower” ; Elizabeth ; Magdalen; Kenelm, mentioned below.
(I) Kenelm (2) Winslow, son of Edward Winslow, was born at Droitwich, county Worcester, England, April 29, 1599, baptized at St. Peter’s Church, May 3, 1599. He was the immigrant ancestor, and came to Plymouth probably in 1629 with his brother Josiah, being admitted freeman January i, 1632-33. He was surveyor of Plymouth in 1640, and was fined ten shillings for neglecting the highways. About 1641 he moved to Marshfield, where he had received a grant of land at the place called Green’s Harbor, March 5, 1637-38. This grant, originally made to Josiah, his brother, he shared with Love Brewster. He left the homestead to his son Nathaniel. He received other grants of land, and was one of the twenty-six original proprietors of Assonet, now Freetown, Massachusetts. He was a joiner by trade as well as a planter. He held various town offices; was deputy to the general court from 1642 to 1644 and from 1649 to 1653, eight years in all. He had considerable litigation, as the early court records show. He
died at Salem, whither he had gone on business, September 13, 1672, apparently after a long illness, for his will was dated five weeks earlier, August 8, 1672, and in it he says he is “very sick and drawing nigh unto death.” He married, in June, 1634, Eleanor Adams, widow of John Adams, of Plymouth. She died at Marshfield, and was buried there December 5, 1681, aged eighty-three. Children: Kenelm, born about 1635; Eleanor or Ellen, about 1637; Nathaniel, about 1639; Job, mentioned below.
(II) Lieutenant Job Winslow, son of Kenelm (2) Winslow, was born about 1641, died July 14, 1720, at Freetown, Massachusetts. He settled at Swansey, Massachusetts, about 1666. When King Philip’s war broke out in 1675, his house was burned. He seems to have been an early settler at Rochester, Massachusetts, as he was there about 1680; he soon moved to Freetown, for in 1686 he was a selectman there. In 1690 he was town clerk and grand juror; assessor in 1691, 1701, 1706 and 1711; deputy to the general court in 1692; moderator of town meeting, 1708 and 1711. He was a leading man of the church as well as in town affairs. He was a lieutenant of the militia, and a shipwright and planter. His will, dated November 12, 1/17, bequeathed land to the town now called the Winslow burying ground. He married Ruth , who survived him. Children, birth records of first six in Swansey, others in Freetown: William, November 16, 1674; Oliver, February 20, 1677; Ruth, September 13. 1678; Richard, March 6, 1680; Hope, May 29, 1681; Job, July 10, 1683; Joseph, about 1685; James, mentioned below ; Mary, April 2, 1689, died young; George, January 2, 1690-91 ; Jonathan. November 22, 1692; John, February 20, 1694-95; Elizabeth, 1696-97.
(III) James Winslow, son of Lieutenant Job Winslow, was born in Freetown, Massachusetts, May 9, 1687, died October 19, 1773. He moved from Freetown to Falmouth, Maine, about 1728, and settled on land granted to him in 1/28, on which he was to erect a mill. He owned a large tract at Portland (then Broad Bay), which he gave to his sons. He was the first Friend in Falmouth and “lent a most important support to the doctrines of that respectable people in this neighborhood.” He became a member, with Nathan and Benjamin Winslow, at a monthly meeting, May, 1751. He married (first) Elizabeth Carpenter, (second) intentions dated November 12, 1750, Ruth Gatchell, of Brunswick. Children, recorded in Freetown: Mary, June 20, 1709; Nathan, mentioned below; Job, March 30, 1715; Benjamin, June 19, 1717; Elizabeth, May 6, 1721; James, August 6, 1725; Sybil, October 3, 1727.

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Last Update March 3, 2001.

At the time of his marriage to Ellen, Kenelm put up security to pay James Adams, son of his new wife and her deceased husband, John Adams, 5 pounds when he became of age. Plymouth County records show that this sum was paid on 26 December 1651.
Kenelm became a “freeman” in Plymouth on 1 January 1632-33. In 1633, Kenelm and his brother, Josias, bought a dwelling from Francis Eaton with the records showing that Josias sold his half in 1634. After their marriage in June, 1634, Kenelm and Ellen lived in Marshfield and he received various land grants, including one in Yarmouth in 1640 where he participated in the settlement of that town. In 1642, and often later, he was a representative from Marshfield. On 1 June 1647, he was chosen constable in Marshfield and from 1649 onward was frequently a deputy in Marshfield.
“On March 7, 1653-54, Kenelm made a complaint against John Soule for speaking falsely against Kenelm’s daughter and ‘scandalizing’ her in carrying false reports between her and Josias Standish (PCR 3:46).”

Edward Winslow (Junior) 1595-1655 (sailed on the Mayflower)
Educated at King’s School, Worcester, apprenticed to London printer John Beadle in 1615. Posted to Lyden in Holland, where he assisted in printing Puritan leaflets. Set sail to Southampton 22 July 1620, and left Southampton on 5 August. The Mayflower arrived in Cape-in-Province town harbour, America, on 11 November.
Due to his education he was sent back to England as an agent of the colony. He returned to America in 1624. Governor in 1633, 1636, and 1644.
He became a commissioner for Cromwell, and died of a fever between Jamaica and Hispaniola in 1655, while on a Civil Commissioner’s errand for Cromwell. He was buried at sea.

Miss Thomas, in her memorials of Marshfield, p. 27, says: he ‘settled on a gentle eminence by the sea near the extremity of a neck of land lying between Green Harbor and South River. This tract of the township was considered the Eden of the region. It was beautified with groves of majestic oaks and graceful walnuts, with the underground void of tangled shrubbery. A few of these groves were standing within the memory of persons now living (1854) but all have fallen beneath the hand of the woodman.’ The homestead he left to his son Nathaniel, and at his death it passed into the hands of his son, Kenelm, who m. Abigail Waterman; their son Kenelm, who md Abigail Bourne, was obliged to sell the place in consequence of the failure in business of his younger brother Joseph of Boston, which also involved his ruin. “Other lands were granted to Kenelm Winslow at various times, and still others were purchased by him. He was one of the twenty-six original proprietors of Assonet (Freetown), Mass., purchased from the Indians 2 Apr 1659 and received the twenty-fourth lot, a portion of which is still or was lately owned and occupied (1873) by Barnabas Winslow, his gr. gr. gr. grandson ‘to whom, by heirship, it has descended through successive generations of more than two hundred years.’

“The following letter from Rev. Edward C. Towne to John Winslow, of Brooklyn, is interesting and suggestive, as relating to the time of and circumstances attending his arrival at Plymouth. Mr. Towne had previously published a letter in the New York Tribune, endorcing the discrimination that should be made between the Pilgrims and Puritans, in studies of colonial history. “John Winslow, Dear Sir: It gives me pleasure to answer your note of May 6th. Of Gov. Edward Winslow’s four brothers–John,born April, 1597; Kenelm, born April, 1599; Gilbert, born October 1600; and Josiah, born February, 1605; Kenelm and Josiah ‘arrived at Plymouth before 1632, and both settled at Marshfield’ (Young’s Chronicles of the Pilgrims, p. 275). Kenelm died at Salem, 1672, but was while on a visit there. He was from first to last one of the Pilgrims, within the limits of the Old Colony. The exact date of his arrival from England is not known. If he came in 1629, in Puritan company, and perhaps made some stay at Salem before proceeding to Plymouth, it would still be consistent with his being an original Pilgrim with the Mayflower people and their delayoed companions. Only about one-third of the Pilgrim Church of Leyden came over at first, and in 1629 a long hindered portion of the original number came by way of Salem, in Puritan company, and proceeded thence to Plymouth. The Puritan ships, spoken of in my note to the Tribune–the Talbot, George, and Lion–were directly followed by three more–the Pilgrim, Four Sisters and the Mayflower (the same that in 1620 came to Plymouth). It was in the Talbot and the Mayflower that 35 of the Leyden people smuggled themselves over. Gilbert had come with Edward in the Mayflower, 1620, and John the next year in the Fortune, with the second detachment of the Pilgrims. it is likely that Kenelm followed in their track, however he may have taken passage of Puritan company. Possibly he came in the Mayflower itself in 1629 when it formed part of the Puritan Expedition. The next year also the old Mayflower was one of the fleet which brought over Winthrop and his large company and your ancestor may have taken advantage of the opportunity. But however he came it was as a Pilgrim to join the Old Colony. Either he or his son Kenelm got a tract of land in Rhode Island where many of his descendants lived and died. “Of the two ships of 1829 which brought Pilgrims, it must have been the Mayflower rather than the Talbot on which your ancestor came; the record states that ‘some servants’ of the Pilgrim company were sent in the Talbot, ‘but these [the Pilgrims] come in the Mayflower.’ No doubt your ancestor made a point , if he had a chance to do so, of coming over in the original Pilgrim ship. The probability is very great also that he took advantage of the first good opportunity, that of 1629, and that he proceeded dirctly to Plymouth, and was not even transiently a resident at Salem. His name does not appear in the lists of freemen within the limits of the Puritan Colony. “In Bradford it is mentioned that in 1631, Edward Winslow sent from London by the White Angel his brother Josiah, and that then began his employment with the Plymouth people. As Josiah was six years younger than Kenelm, it may be presumed that the latter had already come over, and that Josiah was taken as the only brother left. This leaves it almost certain, with the previous probabilities, that it was by the Mayflower, in 1629, that your ancestor came over to join the Plymouth pilgrims. He came to Marshfield on account, doubtless, of his brother Edward’s estate, and as Edward was a good deal engaged with Puritans a well as Pilgrims, in the agencies which he undertook in England, it is likely that Kenelm had more or less business and acquaintance among the Puritans and that in this way he was on a visit to Salem at the time of his death. When I next see the Whitmans of Plymouth, who are descendants of Edward Winslow, I will make further inquiry, and will also look at one or two books which I have not at hand here. It is unlikely however, that any thing can be added to the probable conclusions that your ancestor, though not at first, yet came in the Mayflower.”

Kenelm’s father was a rich salt boiler in the Doritwich area of England. Salt being in great demand at the time for seasoning and meat preserving prove to be lucrative business. Kenelm’s family wealth allow him a good education by the standards of the time. Little is know of Kenelm’s earlier years, prior to him coming to America, but he must have had exposure to the family business and learn the trade of joiner he used in later life.

Despite this bad year, Kenelm Winslow continued to hold important town and colony offices for another decade. His last year as deputy was 1653, and he virtually disappears from public view at that time, although he lived for another two decades. This was about the time that his two elder and more prominent brothers, Edward and John, left Plymouth Colony; perhaps Kenelm owed his limited success to the presence of these brothers, and once they were gone his own abilities were not sufficient to maintain himself at this level.
Granted one hundred acres at Teticutt, 4 March 1673/4 (pursuant to an order of June 1662) [ PCR 5:141]. In his will, dated 8 August 1672 and proved 5 June 1673, “Kanelme Winslow Senior”wife to be sole executrix and “Major Josias Winslow and my son Kanelme Winslow” to be overseers [ MD 24:41-42, citing PCPR 3:1:56]. The inventory of the estate of Kenelm Winslow, taken 25 September 1672, totalled £87 15s. 4d.; the real estate, unvalued, followed: “one half of the dwelling house and housings and meadow lands and uplands belonging to the said farm he had lived on and now died possessed of in the town of Marshfield”; “one half of all the lands granted him by the Court with the ancient freemen which lieth on the west side of Taunton River either divided or to be divided hereafter”; and “one half of the portion of land granted by the court to him and his brother Josias Winslow upon the account of their brother Gilbert Winslow as he was a first comer” [ MD 24:42, citing PCPR 3:1:57].

Kathy Meyers comment about Kenelms house: I visited the Kenelm Winslow house in Marshfield in 1985. In the 1970s I used to correspond with its former owner, Bishop Lawrence. When he sold the house, we received a mailing from the realtor handling the sale. He used it for many years as a summer home. At the time we visited people by the name of Ozzilinski owned it and were working on a restoration. The house is supposedly “haunted”. We were told the ghost’s name is Chloe and she was apparently a Winslow, kept in the attic. Interesting stuff!! Ozzilinski’s sold it to a developer who I understand has built houses right up to it. When I saw it the original acreage was in tact and you could walk down to the river.

In 1633, Kenelm and his brother, Josias, bought a dwelling in Marshfield, MA from Francis Eaton with the records showing that Josias sold his half in 1634.

Despite these brushes with the law, Kenelm Winslow continued to hold important town and colony offices for a decade. His last year as deputy was 1653, and then he virtually disappears from public view at that time, although he lived for another two decades.

At the time of his marriage to Ellen, Kenelm put up security to pay James Adams, son of his new wife and her deceased husband, John Adams, 5 pounds when he became of age. Plymouth County records show that this sum was paid on 26 December 1651.

Kenelm became a “freeman” in Plymouth on 1 January 1632-33. In 1633, Kenelm and his brother, Josias, bought a dwelling from Francis Eaton with the records showing that Josias sold his half in 1634. After their marriage in June, 1634, Kenelm and Ellen lived in Marshfield and he received various land grants, including one in Yarmouth in 1640 where he participated in the settlement of that town. In 1642, and often later, he was a representative from Marshfield. On 1 June 1647, he was chosen constable in Marshfield and from 1649 onward was frequently a deputy in Marshfield.

According to

Plymouth Colony, Its History and Peoples by Stratton, p 376 and 377, Kenelm was involved in several disputes which were settled by the courts;

“Winslow Memorial”, by David P. and Frances K. Holton, 1887, 1888,

“The Great Migration Begins”, by R. C. Anderson, 1995 (FHL929.1 W893)

“The following letter from Rev. Edward C. Towne to John Winslow, of Brooklyn, is interesting and suggestive, as relating to the time of and circumstances attending his arrival at Plymouth. Mr. Towne had previously published a letter in the New York Tribune, endorcing the discrimination that should be made between the Pilgrims and Puritans, in studies of colonial history.

“John Winslow, Dear Sir: It gives me pleasure to answer your note of May 6th. Of Gov. Edward Winslow’s four brothers–John,born April, 1597; Kenelm, born April, 1599; Gilbert, born October 1600; and Josiah, born February, 1605; Kenelm and Josiah ‘arrived at Plymouth before 1632, and both settled at Marshfield’ (Young’s Chronicles of the Pilgrims, p. 275). Kenelm died at Salem, 1672, but was while on a visit there. He was from first to last one of the Pilgrims, within the limits of the Old Colony. The exact date of his arrival from England is not known. If he came in 1629, in Puritan company, and perhaps made some stay at Salem before proceeding to Plymouth, it would still be consistent with his being an original Pilgrim with the Mayflower people and their delayoed companions. Only about one-third of the Pilgrim Church of Leyden came over at first, and in 1629 a long hindered portion of the original number came by way of Salem, in Puritan company, and proceeded thence to Plymouth. The Puritan ships, spoken of in my note to the Tribune–the Talbot, George, and Lion–were directly followed by three more–the Pilgrim, Four Sisters and the Mayflower (the same that in 1620 came to Plymouth). It was in the Talbot and the Mayflower that 35 of the Leyden people smuggled themselves over. Gilbert had come with Edward in the Mayflower, 1620, and John the next year in the Fortune, with the second detachment of the Pilgrims. it is likely that Kenelm followed in their track, however he may have taken passage of Puritan company. Possibly he came in the Mayflower itself in 1629 when it formed part of the Puritan Expedition. The next year also the old Mayflower was one of the fleet which brought over Winthrop and his large company and your ancestor may have taken advantage of the opportunity. But however he came it was as a Pilgrim to join the Old Colony. Either he or his son Kenelm got a tract of land in Rhode Island where many of his descendants lived and died.

“Of the two ships of 1829 which brought Pilgrims, it must have been the Mayflower rather than the Talbot on which your ancestor came; the record states that ‘some servants’ of the Pilgrim company were sent in the Talbot, ‘but these [the Pilgrims] come in the Mayflower.’ No doubt your ancestor made a point , if he had a chance to do so, of coming over in the original Pilgrim ship. The probability is very great also that he took advantage of the first good opportunity, that of 1629, and that he proceeded dirctly to Plymouth, and was not even transiently a resident at Salem. His name does not appear in the lists of freemen within the limits of the Puritan Colony.

“In Bradford it is mentioned that in 1631, Edward Winslow sent from London by the White Angel his brother Josiah, and that then began his employment with the Plymouth people. As Josiah was six years younger than Kenelm, it may be presumed that the latter had already come over, and that Josiah was taken as the only brother left. This leaves it almost certain, with the previous probabilities, that it was by the Mayflower, in 1629, that your ancestor came over to join the Plymouth pilgrims. He came to Marshfield on account, doubtless, of his brother Edward’s estate, and as Edward was a good deal engaged with Puritans a well as Pilgrims, in the agencies which he undertook in England, it is likely that Kenelm had more or less business and acquaintance among the Puritans and that in this way he was on a visit to Salem at the time of his death. When I next see the Whitmans of Plymouth, who are descendants of Edward Winslow, I will make further inquiry, and will also look at one or two books which I have not at hand here. It is unlikely however, that any thing can be added to the probable conclusions that your ancestor, though not at first, yet came in the Mayflower.”

“Massachusetts Genealogies” by Cutter and Adams,

“The Great Migration…”

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excerpts from Connecting a London-Trained Joiner to 1630s Plymouth Colony

The discovery of Kenelm Winslow’s admission to the Worshipful Company of Ceilers and Joyners of London provide the earliest written proof of a London connection to a New England joiner.1 The joiner in question is Kenelm Winslow, who arrived in Plymouth Colony in about 1631.

Evidence of Kenelm’s London training is present in the Master’s and Wardens’ account books kept by the company from 1621 to 1828. In the relevant account citation the text reads: “Item [received] of Kenelme Winslowe late the apprentice of Abraham Worthington a silver spoone and for his admission iij s iiij d” [3 shillings, 4 pence]. It was standard practice for an apprentice finishing his time to make a payment to the Company, along with a gift of a spoon2 (Fig. 1).

Fig. 1: Citation for Kenelm Winslow in the Masters’ and Wardens’ Account Book, Joiners’ & Ceilers’ Company of London, 1621-1828, Guildhall Library, City of London, Ms 8041 (FHL British Film 1068631). Courtesy of Worshipful Company of Joiners and Ceilers, Surrey, England. is known of Winslow’s training? Guidelines established in 1563, in what has come to be known as the Statute of Artificers,3 detailed the various aspects of apprenticeship arrangements. One important distinction was the length of an apprenticeship and the minimum age at which an apprentice could finish his term:
…after the custom and order of the city of London for seven years at the least so the term and years of such apprentice do not expire afore such apprentice shall be of the age of 24 years…4

The record of Winslow’s admission is undated but follows records from August of 1624. Winslow was baptized May 3, 1599, in Droitwich, Worcestershire, a date that coincides with his admission to the Joiners’ Company approximately twenty-five years later. Assuming Winslow’s apprenticeship was a standard sevenyear term, he would have been bound to Abraham Worthington around 1617. Unfortunately, the Master’s and Wardens’ account books that survive begin with the year 1621, leaving no record of his binding.

Edward Winslow was quite prominent in the government in Plymouth, serving as assistant governor and governor before returning permanently to England by 1646.5

Although other joiners came to New England ahead of Kenelm Winslow, he is the first for whom there is a written record that indicates he was practicing his trade. Within a few years he apparently had enough work to bring on an apprentice. On January 1633/4, Samuel Jenny of Plymouth entered into a contract with Kenelm to learn the “joyners occupacon.” The assumption is that Winslow could not teach the boy the trade unless he had enough work to maintain him. The contract is as follows:
Jan 6 1633 Sam Jenny, the sonne of John Jenny, by the consent of the said John, hath bound himself apprentise to Kanelm Winslow, of Plymouth, joyner, for the full terme of four yeares, during wch time the said Samuell shall doe faithfull service, as becometh an apprentise, to the said Kanelm. Also the said Kanelm shall exercise the said Samuell in the joyners occupacon, and shall doe his best to instruct him in his said trade, and at the end of his tyme shall dowble appell the said Samuell. But if the said Kanelm shall remove his dwelling from Plymouth, or the liberties thereof, then this covt to be void 6

WINSLOW MEMORIAL.

KENELM1 WINSLOW.
1. KENELM1 Winslow, third son and fourth child of Edward Winslow and Magdalene (Ollyver) of Droitwich, Worcestershire, Eng., was born at that place, on Sunday, 29 April, 1599, and baptized the Thursday following, 3May, 1599; he “dyed at Salem and was buried there 13 Sept., 1672,” ‘. 73 years. He came to Plymouth, probably in 1629 with his brother Josiah1, and was admitted freeman, 1 Jan. 1632-3. In 1640, he was chosen Surveyor in Town of Plymouth, but neglecting highways is fined ten shillings [Ply. Col. Rec.,II, p. 1]. He removed to Marshfield about 1641, having previously received agrant of land at that place, then called Green’s Harbor, 5 Mar. 1637-8: “all that parcel of land remaining of that neck of land lying on the east side of the lands lately granted to Josias Winslow, at Green’s Harbor, are granted to Kenelme Winslow and Love Brewster, to be divided betwixt them, provided that Kenelme Winslow have that part next adjoining to his brother Josias,upon the conditions the lands there are granted upon” [Plym. Col. Rec., I,78]. Miss Thomas, in her memorials of Marshfield, p. 27, says: he “settledon a gentle eminence by the sea, near the extremity of a neck of land lying between Green Harbor and South Rivers. This tract of the township was considered the Eden of the region. It was beautified with groves of majestic oaks and graceful walnuts, with the underground void of tangled shrubbery. A few of these groves were standing within the memory of persons now living(1854) but all have fallen beneath the hand of the woodman.” This homestead he gave to his second son, Nathaniel2, and at his death it passed into the hands of his son, Kenelm3, who m. Abigail Waterman; their son Kenelm4, whom. Abigail Bourne, was obliged to sell the place in consequence of the failure in business of his younger brother Joseph4, of Boston, which also involved his ruin. Other lands were granted to Kenelm1 Winslow at various times, and still others were purchased by him. He was one of the twenty-six original proprietors of Assonet (Freetown), Mass., purchased from the Indians 2 April, 1659, and received the 24th lot, a portion of which is still owned and occupied (1873) by Barnaby4 Winslow, his gr. gr. gr. grandson “to whom, by heirship, it has descended through successive generations of more than two hundred years.” Mr. Winslow was styled “joiner,” 6 Jan. 1633-4, when Samuel Jenney was indented to him as an apprentice; but he is elsewhere and generally called a
“planter” and was somewhat engaged in the shipping interest. Besides serving his townsmen in minor offices, he was deputy, or representative, in the general court, 1642-44, and 1649-53, eight years.[Plym. Col. Rec.]

There is, among different branches of his descendants, a tradition that he possessed a high spirit or temper which brought him into litigation.

He m. June, 1634, Eleanor Adams, widow of John Adams, of Plymouth.1 She survived him and d. at Marshfield, Mass., where she was buried 5 Dec. 1681, “being eighty-three years old.” He d. 13 Sept. 1672, ‘. seventy-three, Salem, Mass., where he had gone on business [Hon. Luther Hatch, of
Marshfield]. According to Rev. L. R. Paige, he died there “apparently after a long sickness; for in his will dated five weeks earlier, 8 Aug. 1672, he describes himself as ‘being very sick and drawing nigh unto Death He may have been in Salem on a visit to Mrs. Elizabeth Corwin, [Curwen] daughter of his brother Edward1 Winslow, or perhaps, for the purpose of obtaining medical aid.”

Their children were:
2. 1. KENELM, [6] b. abt. 1635; d. 11 Nov. 1715; m. Mercy Worden; m. 2d, Damaris (???).
3. 2. ELEANOR or ELLEN, [18] b. abt. 1637; d. 27 Aug. 1676; m. Samuel Baker.
4. 3. NATHANIEL, [27] b. abt. 1639; d. 1 Dec. 1719; m. Faith Miller.
5. 4. JOB, [36] b. abt. 1641; d. 14 July, 1720; m. Ruth (???).

Kenelm is a family name of the Digby family and I think you will find that back about the time of Guy Fawkes, the families intermarried. The name tne was Throckmorton. I am a Digby descendant so the name caught my eye. There is a book which may give you some clues. “The Gunpowder Plot” by Antonia Fraser (English) I seem to recall has some info in it which may give you some leads. In the meantime I’ll see what I can dig up. I am sure the coming together of these two names is no coincidence. Best of luck. Penny

Some sources say Kenelm Winslow arrived in Plymouth Colony in 1629 or 1630, about nine years after his older brother had made his journey. Plymouth records say that Kenelm came with Josiah on the White Angel in 1631. Marshfield History Book (1990) says that he arrived on the second Mayflower, in 1630. A 1957 article about Kenelm in “The Cabinet Makers of America” reports that he was a passenger on the Mayflower, on her second voyage to the Colonies. This voyage of the Mayflower departed
from London in March 1629 and arrived in Salem on May 15 (or June 30), with many Puritans for the Bay company and a few passengers for for Plymouth. Kenelm was listed a “coffin maker” in the ship’s records, a term synonymous with cabinetmaker.

Kenelm and Ellen Winslow remained in Plymouth until they removed permanently to Marshfield in 1641, and settled on his 100 acre Marshfield grant Kenelm Winslow followed his brother, Edward, to the Marshfield area in 1641 when he was granted, in 1636,100 acres of land in the spectacularly beautiful area at the seaward end of Marshfield Neck Road. ( Marshfield Neck Road is Route 139 as it runs east from downtown Marshfield to Winslow Street today). There were five original settlers to this area
called Rexhame, those being Joseph Beadle, Kenelm Winslow, Josiah Winslow, and Thomas Bourne. Kenelm Winslow was the third settler in Rexhame. Kenelm built himself a house on a prime spot, ( what is now called 123 Winslow Street). Their new home nestled on the southwest shoulder of the hill. This early house was later enlarged into the elegant home which stands there today. It is magnificent, with a huge central chimney, six fireplaces, traditional center doorway framed with two windows on each
side, and five windows across the second story. A third-story garret once housed the family spinning equipment, while the servant or slave quarters were located in the rear part of the second floor. The house faces due south and commands a sweeping view of the Green Harbor River, the ocean off Ocean Bluff and Brant Rock, and the South River valley to the west. Kenelm created a far-reaching farm here, clearing the fields for tillage and pasturing his cattle on the fertile land. He laid out an extensive English park around his home. For over 200 years there were only the 5 farms on Rexhane Hill, those belonging to the Beadle, Kenelm, Josiah, Bourne, and Waterman families. Kenelm and Ellen Adams Winslow had four children, all of whom grew up at the house on Rexhame Hill. Two sons moved away. A daughter, Ellen, married Samuel Baker of Marshfield. Nathaniel, born in 1639, married
Faith Miller of Yarmouth and succeeded to the Kenelm Winslow homestead. The Kenelm Winslow family homestead passed to his son Nathaniel, his son Kenelm (b. 1675), his son Kenelm, and his son Kenelm. This last son moved to Kennebec County, ME. where he established a long line of Winslows still found today (1990) in Lincoln and Waldo Counties, ME. The Kenelm Winslow Marshfield (Rexhame) homestead passed through in-laws to Captain Asa Waterman in 1783, and thence to Captain Curtis Goodsell in 1864. Sarah Sherrill bought the Winslow place from Edward Ames in 1906 and it passed to Carrie Sherrill in 1920 and to her brother Edgar Sherrill. In 1939 Episcopal Bishop Frederic Lawrence and his wife Katherine, bought the house which had been held for four years by the Rockland Trust Company. At that time there were about 23 acres of land in the estate. Lawrence sold the place to Richard Osslinski who in turn sold to Stephen Whoriskey in 1988. The old Kenelm Winslow Estate is now
divided into small house lots with new homes. Streets on the property are appropriately named Sherrill Road and Eden Road. The original house has been considerably altered, although covenants drawn up by the Marshfield Historical Commission and the planning board have attempted to set standards of historic preservation.

KENELM WINSLOW from NEHGS
ORIGIN: Droitwich, Worcestershire
MIGRATION: 1631
FIRST RESIDENCE: Plymouth
REMOVES: Marshfield by 1643
OCCUPATION: Joiner. On 6 January 1633/4 “Sam[uel] Jenny, the son of John Jenny, hath bound himself apprentice to Kanelm Winslow, of Plymouth, joiner” [ PCR 1:24].
FREEMAN: Admitted 1 January 1632/3 [ PCR 1:4, 5]. In list of Plymouth Colony freemen of 7 March 1636/7 [ PCR 1:52]. In Plymouth section of 1639 Plymouth Colony list of freemen [ PCR 8:173], then erased and entered in Marshfield section of same list [ PCR 8:177, 195]. In Marshfield section of 1658 and 29 May 1670 lists of Plymouth Colony freemen [ PCR 5:277, 8:201].
EDUCATION: He signed his will. His inventory included “1 Bible and 7 other books” valued at 12s.
OFFICES: Plymouth Colony assessor, 27 March 1634 [ PCR 1:26]. Deputy for Marshfield to Plymouth General Court, 7 June 1642, 27 September 1642, 29 August 1643, 10 October 1643, 5 June 1644, 20 August 1644, 6 June 1649, 4 June 1650, 5 June 1651, 7 June 1652, 7 June 1653 [ PCR 2:40, 46, 60, 63, 72, 75, 144, 154, 168, PCR 3:9, 32]. Committee on laborers’ wages, 5 January 1635/6 [ PCR 2:36]. Coroner’s jury, 3 May 1653, 14 February 1654/5 [ PCR 3:28, 70]. Grand jury, 7 March 1636/7, 5 June 1638, 6 June 1654 [ PCR 1:54, 87, 3:49]. Committee on provisions for the governor, 3 June 1657 [ PCR 3:120]. Petit jury, 7 June 1636, 4 October 1636 [ PCR 1:42, 44]. Plymouth member of colony committee on highways, 5 March 1638/9 [ PCR 1:117].
On 1 December 1640 “Kenelme Winslow, being elected surveyor of the highways for the town of Plymouth, and neglecting the same, is fined 10s.” [ PCR 2:4]. Marshfield constable, 1 June 1647 [ PCR 2:115].
In Marshfield section of 1643 Plymouth Colony list of men able to bear arms [ PCR 8:196].
ESTATE: Assessed 12s. in Plymouth tax list of 25 March 1633, and 18s. in list of 27 March 1634 [ PCR 1:11, 28].
On 8 January 1632/3 “Francis Eaton acknowledgeth that he hath sold to Kanelm & Josias Wynslow the now dwelling house of the said Francis” [ PCR 1:8]. Granted mowing ground, 14 March 1635/6, 20 March 1636/7 [ PCR 1:40, 55]. Granted “threescore acres of land lying upon the south side of the Eele River, above the great swamp…. This grant was made void upon a grant made to him at Green’s Harbor,” 6 January 1636/7 [ PCR 1:47]. On 5 February 1637/8 “Kenelme Winslow requesteth a grant of lands at Green’s Harbor” [ PCR 1:76], and on 5 March 1637/8 he received, in partnership with Love Brewster, “all that parcel of land remaining of that neck of land lying on the east side of the lands lately granted to Josias Winslow, at Greene’s Harbor” [ PCR 1:78, 111].
On 26 October 1647 “Mr. Hatherley here in Court acknowledgeth that Helene, the wife of Kanelme Winslow, acknowledgeth her free assent and consent to the sale of all such lands as her husband had sold unto Samuell Sturdevant. Captain Miles Standish” deposed the same regarding her consent to sales to Henry Sampson [ PCR 2:118-19].
Granted one hundred acres at Teticutt, 4 March 1673/4 (pursuant to an order of June 1662) [ PCR 5:141].
In his will, dated 8 August 1672 and proved 5 June 1673, “Kanelme Winslow Senior” ordered that “what estate I have formerly settled on my eldest son Kanelme … shall remain unaltered” and bequeathed to “my son Nathaniel … the half of my farm that I last lived upon … as I gave him by a former deed of gift”; “and the other half of the farm to my wife, for the term of her natural life” and “after the decease of my wife Ellinor Winslow the said half of the farm shall return unto my son Nathaniel”; to “my son Job … half of my land at Namassakett which is about fifty acres … and the other fifty acres or thereabouts unto Kanelme Baker my grandchild”; to “my daughter Ellinor” £5; “my wife shall at her decease give unto Mary Addams an equal portion of the goods and moveables as to the rest of my grandchildren”; wife to be sole executrix and “Major Josias Winslow and my son Kanelme Winslow” to be overseers [ MD 24:41-42, citing PCPR 3:1:56].
The inventory of the estate of Kenelm Winslow, taken 25 September 1672, totalled £87 15s. 4d.; the real estate, unvalued, followed: “one half of the dwelling house and housings and meadow lands and uplands belonging to the said farm he had lived on and now died possessed of in the town of Marshfield”; “one half of all the lands granted him by the Court with the ancient freemen which lieth on the west side of Taunton River either divided or to be divided hereafter”; and “one half of the portion of land granted by the court to him and his brother Josias Winslow upon the account of their brother Gilbert Winslow as he was a first comer” [ MD 24:42, citing PCPR 3:1:57].
BIRTH: Baptized Droitwich, Worcestershire, 3 May 1599, son of Edward and Magdalen (Oliver) Winslow [ NEHGR 4:297, 21:210].
DEATH: Buried at Salem 13 September 1672 [ MarVR 427].
MARRIAGE: Plymouth in June 1634 “Elen Adames” [ PCR 1:30]; she was ELLEN NEWTON , widow of JOHN ADAMS [ TAG 55:212-13]; she was buried at Marshfield 5 December 1681, aged 83 [ MD 2:250; MarVR 13].
CHILDREN: 
i KENELM, b. say 1635; m. (1) by 1668 Mercy Worden (eldest child b. Scituate 9 August 1668, father stated to be of Yarmouth; in her will of 6 March 1686[/7] Mary Worden, widow, of Yarmouth bequeathed to daughter Mercy Winslow [ MD 3:201-02, citing BarnPR 1:12]); m. (2) by 1693 Damaris Eames, daughter of Mark Eames (in his will of 12 July 1693 Mark Eames of Marshfield bequeathed to “daughter Damaris Winslow” [ Gen Adv 3:93-94, citing PPR 1:172]).
ii ELLEN, b. say 1636; m. Marshfield 20 [December 1656 Samuel Baker] (the marriage record as published is missing all but the name of the bride and the day of the event; the month and the year are suggested by the preceding marriage record, which was for November 1656, and the date of birth of the first child, on 23 March 1657/8 [ MarVR 2, 4]). On 7 March 1653/4 “Kanelme Winslow complained against John Soule for speaking falsely of and scandalizing his daughter in carrying diverse false reports betwixt Josias Standish and her; the which complaint, at the request of G[e]orge Soule, father of the said John Soule, was referred until another Court, to be tried by a jury of twelve of his equals” [ PCR 3:46-47].
iii NATHANIEL, b. say 1639; m. Marshfield 3 August 1664 Faith Miller [ MarVR 5].
iv JOB, b. say 1641; m. by 1674 Ruth _____ (eldest known child b. Swansea 16 November 1674 [ SwVR 21]). (In 1914 Richard Henry Greene rejected the claim that Ruth was daughter of Daniel Cole; he examined several other possibilities, including a placement in the family of STEPHEN HOPKINS , but came to no firm conclusion [ NYGBR 45:2-8; see also MF 6:7, 11].)
ASSOCIATIONS: Brother of EDWARD WINSLOW , GILBERT WINSLOW , JOHN WINSLOW and JOSIAH WINSLOW .
COMMENTS: Although Kenelm Winslow first appears of record in Plymouth in the tax list of 25 March 1633, and was therefore certainly in New England by 1632, he is paired in the early years with his brother Josiah Winslow, who is known to have arrived in 1631, and so we assume that Kenelm came at the same time.
On 4 June 1645 “Kenelme Winslow complained that he had injustice, in that he could not be heard in the suit betwixt John Mynard and himself”; after investigation by the court, he “was committed to prison and fined £10,” whereupon he reversed himself and was released from prison and the fine was eventually remitted [ PCR 2:85].
On 5 May 1645/6 “upon hearing of the cause betwixt Roger Chaundler and Kenelme Winslow, for his daughter’s clothes, which the said Kenelme detaineth, upon pretense of some further service which he required of her, whereunto the said Roger utterly refused to consent, it is ordered by the Court, that the said Kenelme Winslow shall deliver the maid her clothes without any further delay” [ PCR 2:98].
On the same day “Kenelme Winslow, for opprobrious words against the church of Marshfeild, saying they were all liars, &c., was ordered by the Court to find sureties for his good behavior, which he refusing to do, was committed to prison, where he remained until the General Court following” [ PCR 2:98].
Despite this bad year, Kenelm Winslow continued to hold important town and colony offices for another decade. His last year as deputy was 1653, and he virtually disappears from public view at that time, although he lived for another two decades. This was about the time that his two elder and more prominent brothers, Edward and John, left Plymouth Colony; perhaps Kenelm owed his limited success to the presence of these brothers, and once they were gone his own abilities were not sufficient to maintain himself at this level.

WINSLOW REUNION 9/7/1919

The annual reunion of the Winslow family was held on the lawn surrounding the residence of Hon R. C. Winslow of this place on Thursday September 7, 1919 , and about 200 were present. Representatives of this pioneer family were here from Benezette, Reynoldsville, Driftwood, DuBois, and other points.

The Citizens’ Band discoursed music during the forenoon and at the noon hour long lines of tables were spread with a bountiful dinner.

Following the banquet, there was some speech-making, the chairman of the meeting being Edward J Winslow of Benezette. Miss Florence Fishermad the address of Welcome, and George W. Porter gave a talk on “The Past, Present, and Future”. W. M. Gillispie Esq, spoke on “The Lessons Our Fathers Taught Us”.
After voting to hold the next reunion at Punxsutawney, the following officers were elected: President – George W Porter; Vice President-William Winslow, Benezette; Treasurer-Raymond Winslow; Secretary- W. W. Winslow, Esq.

George W Porter’s address:

“I wish to speak of two historic periods that have taken place in Punxsutawney.

This town, perhaps this very spot on which we stand, was where the Six Nations ( the French called them the Iroquois) held their councils of war and plotted the destruction of the white man’s home. It is supposed that Logan, the chief of the Mingos, delivered his celebrated speech at this place. Here it was they danced around their council fires and displayed the scalps of the unfortunate victims captured in war. Time has wrought a mighty change and not a vestige of that ancientrace is with us today; the red man who chased the panting deer over these hills and through these valleys has gone never to return; his tomahawk has been buried and his war whoop is heard no more; the smoke from his wigwam mingled with the passing clouds years ago, and his council fires have gone out forever.

A higher civilization is with us today, and we meet not with our hands reeking with the blood from some innocent victim, but to take each other by the hand and become acquainted and speak of the good qualities of the Winslow family. We do not claim to be all saints, but I have not heard of the Winslow blood stealing a horse, robbing a bank, orbreaking in jail.

We find among our numerous progeny many men of courage, intelligence,and ability, and among our ladies both young and old intellect and refinement, and if you would view the beauties of the forest or look upon the fair faces of Patigonians, or travel from the east to the west,from the north to the south, you would not find more beautiful women than those who have the Winslow blood coursing through their veins.

For a few moments allow me to speak of our ancestors. It is not bestto trace back too far, as some one said we might run into a robber such a Robin Hood, a generous robber, who stole from the rich and gave to the poor.

Kenelm, our ancestor, was born in England in 1599. He did not come over on the first trip of the Mayflower, but came a few years after. His brother Edward landed with the Plymouth fathers in 1620, and he wasa leading light among them. His wife died a short time after they landed and a few months after his wife died he married Susan White, a widow, who was the mother to her first husband of the first white child born in New England. Kenelm Winslow had several children. The youngest son, named Job, born in 1631. He was a civil as well as an army officer. Job had eight children, one whose name was James, our ancestor, born in 1687. He moved to Maine in 1728, was a farmer and a Quakerin belief. He had a son named James born in 1725, just 100 years before my mother was born. He had a family of 12 children and was also aQuaker in belief. He was the father of Carpenter Winslow, who lies in the old cemetery and was buried in 1827. He is the ancestor of allthe Winslows in this and surrounding counties. He was born in 1766, ten years before the Revolution. He had nine sons, five of whom came with him on a vessel to Baltimore and from thence by the way of Clearfield to Punxsutawney, and here we are today, proud of our ancestors, for we find in history a long list of eminent men, ministers, missionaries and statesmen and from the days of Edward down through the brilliant career of Rear Admiral Winslow who commanded the Kearsage, cruisingalong the coast of France. He found in port the rebel gunboat Alabama. The commander of the Alabama sent Winslow a challenge which was readily accepted. Sailing into neutral waters they had a terrific battle, but our gallant commander sunk the rebel gunboat in 60 minutes.

Our ancestors were home builders. They came to this valley and together with the Hoovers, Jenks, Carmalts, and others they cleared the forests and these fields in this beautiful valley and surrounding hills and then planted their corn and sowed their grain. They did their partin the great drama of life, then the Giver of All Good Gifts sent down His sunshine 93 millions of miles through space and the life-givingsunbeams entered the bosom of old mother earth and awoke these littlegerms of life and soon ten thousand miracles were wrought. It was not long until was seen the corn upon the hillside, the grain waving inthe valleys, the cattle on the surrounding hills and the lucious fruit of the tree and vine.

Truly, when man does his part our Divine Father is ever ready to do His part in the great drama of life.

We need not be ashamed of our part in the great drama of life. We have done our share of making our glorious Republic the brightest gem inthe diadem of nations. Let us go forth in the coming future, fighting the battles of purity, sobriety and honor, until our hands are loosened from the handles of the plow, and when we turn and look back overthe furrows we have made we will feel proud that the good work is still going on.”

Noted events in his life were:

  • He had a residence. 1629-Plymouth(Freeman 1632-33); Marshfield 1641; died 1672 in Salem MA
  • He was employed. Joiner; Carpenter; Cabinet Maker, Coffin Maker; Planter;shipping business; Designer And Builder Of Fine Furniture In Early Colony; Some Pieces Preserved In Metropolitan Museum. In the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford CT there is a so-called Prine-Howes Plymouth cupboard thought to have been made by Kenelm Winslow assisted by John Alden. Winslow and Alden lived until 1672 and surely worked together
  • Misc: Considered A Founding Father ( Surviving Settler) Of New Plymouth; not in 1627 division but freeman 1632; engaged in the settlement of Yarmouth and other towns
  • Land Purchase: Freetown, Bristol County, Mass. Bought lot 24 but never lived there Land went to son Nathaniel then his son Josiah who lived there until death in April 3, 1761. Josiah built the dam in the year 1695 and located a saw mill on this property.
  • K Winslow Homestead: 1645, Marshfield Mass. House was built around 1645 Kenelm obtained 100 acre land grant March 5, 1637. member of the Marshfield military company; representative of General Court 1649-1653;

Kenelm married Eleanor “Immigrant” Newton in Jun 1634 in Freetown, Plymouth, Mass. Eleanor was born about 1598 in England, died on Dec 5, 1681 in Marshfield, Plymouth, Mass, and was buried on Dec 5, 1681 in Marshfield, Mass.

General Notes: Mrs. Ellen Newton arrived at Plymouth abt. July 10, 1623 on the “Anne”, Wm. Pierce, Master (Banks: “English Ancestry and Homes of the Pilgrims”; also, Banks: “Planters of the Commonwealth”; also, Bradford: “History of Plimmoth Plantation, I, 314-). She subsequently m. John Adams who died in 1633. In June, 1634, she m. Kenelm Winslow (“Family of John Adams of Plymouth”, NEHGR 33:410).
Came to Plymouth on the ship “Anne” July 1623 the Anne was the second (or third, unclear) ship to the Plymouth Colony and also bore the wives and children of many of the settlers. The ship Anne arrived in Plymouth in July, 1623 accompanied by the Little James, bringing new settlers along with many of the wives and children that had been left behind in Leyden when the Mayflower departed in 1620. Married John Adams in 1625

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Last Update March 3, 2001.
We know that in English Ancestry and Homes of the Pilgrim Fathers by Charles E. Banks, she was called Mrs. Ellen Newton, widow, when at age 25, in the year 1623, she emigrated from England to America on the ship Anne. By the time of the 1627 division of land and cattle in Plymouth, MA, she was married to John Adams who came from England to Plymouth, MA, in the Fortune in 1621. John Adams died in 1633 leaving his widow, Ellen, and at least one son, James Adams.

Internet genforum note from Wm Baker– Elinor was in fact a Worden. She was the daughter of Peter Worden Ist, by his first wife. See my comments posted 2/12/00 for details. I do not know who she traveled with. It is a very good question. Newton was her first husband . Elinor ‘Newton’ Winslow who came on the “Anne” in 1623 was the daughter of Peter Worden Ist (of Yarmouth) by his first marriage. Her son Kenelm Winslow, Jr. married her brother Peter (II) Worden’s daughter Mercy Worden. That is why Kenelm (Jr.) referred to his wife as “my cousin” in his will. They were first cousins. Peter Worden II married Mary Magdalene Winslow, sister of Edward II and Kenelm I. Peter II and Mary were the parents of Mercy Worden who married Kenelm II. then a rebuttal I don’t believe that Ellen (—) (Newton) (Adams) Winslow was a daughter of Peter Worden. She was certainly a passenger on the Anne in 1623 as Ellen Newton. Most people think that she must have been married because no single woman would have made the journey alone. In any case she is generally considered the same person who married John Adams then Keneln Winslow. See Robert Charles Anderson “The Great Migration Begins; Immigrants to New England 1620-1633” Vol. 1 (NEHGS, Boston, 1995) 1:11-12, 2:1332, 3:2033-2036.

Peter Worden, the one who came to Yarmouth, MA, left a will in which he mentions only his son–no daughters, no other kinspeople. He also mentions land he owns in Clayton, Lancashire, England. The Winslows were from Worcestershire. I doubt Mary/Magdalene Winslow went all the way to Lancashire to marry. Another reason this doesn’t work is that Magdalene Winslow did marry and stay in England was the grandmother of William Wake, Archbishop of Canterbury!

Sometimes things are lost forever and the identity of Ellen (–) (Newton) (Adams) Winslow is one of those things. From Winslow Memorial-KENELM1 WINSLOW [1], married Eleanor Adams, widow of John Adams of Plymouth. Judge Davis supposes her maiden surname was Newton, perhaps the Ellen Newton of the pilgrims. She is said to have had three children by her first husband, viz.: James, John, and Susan.

Noted events in her life were:

  • Misc: Considered A Founding Father ( Surviving Settler) Of New Plymouth.
  • She immigrated in 1623 to On The Anne.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 2 M    i. Job Winslow was born in 1641 in Marshfield, Plymouth, Mass, died on Jul 14, 1720 in Freetown, Bristol, Mass, and was buried in Winslow Burial Ground, Freetown, Ma.

+ 3 F    ii. Elinor Winslow was born in 1637 in Plymouth, Mass, died on Aug 27, 1676 in Marshfield, Mass, and was buried in Winslow Cemetery, Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts.

+ 4 M    iii. Kenelm Winslow was born on Apr 30, 1635 in Plymouth, Massachusetts, died on Nov 11, 1715 in Harwich, Barnstable, Mass, and was buried in Winslow Cemetery, Dennis, Barnstable, Massachusetts.

+ 5 M    iv. Nathaniel Winslow was born in 1639 in Marshfield, Mass, died on Dec 1, 1719 in Marshfield, Mass, and was buried in Winslow Cemetery, Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts.
Second Generation

  1. Job Winslowwas born in 1641 in Marshfield, Plymouth, Mass, died on Jul 14, 1720 in Freetown, Bristol, Mass, and was buried in Winslow Burial Ground, Freetown, Ma.

General Notes: LIEUT. JOB2, (Kenelm1) b. abt. 1641; d. 14 July, 1720, Freetown, Mass. He settled at Swansey (Bristol Co., Mass) abt. 1666. “At the breaking out of the Indian War, June, 1675, his house at Swansey, which he had inhabited eight or nine years, was burnt by the enemy.” [Savage’s Gen. Dict., IV, 600. Plym. Rec.,X, 364.] He appears to have been one of the early settlers of Rochester, as he was there about 1680. [Barber’s Mass. Hist. Collections, p. 524.] But he soon removed to Freetown, for, in 1686, he was one of the selectmen of that town; Town Clerk and grand-juryman in 1690; assessor in 1691, 1701–1706,and 1711; moderator of the annual town meeting in 1708 and 1711; deputy to the General Court in 1686, and representative, in 1692, at the first General Court in Massachusetts under the charter of Wm. and Mary. He was a leading man in all town matters, both civil and religious. He is styled “Lieutenant,” and was a shipwright by occupation. He m. Ruth (???), who survived him. In his will, dated 12 Nov. 1717, he gave the lot now known as the Winslow Burying-ground, situated two miles south of Assonet Village; he also mentions his wife Ruth, and all his children given below, with the exception of Mary, Hope, and John. The dates of birth of the first six children are copied from the records of Swansey, and of James, Mary, George, Jonathan and John, from the records of Freetown.

Job purchased lot #16 in Freetown after fighting in the King Phillip’s War.

When King Philip’s war broke out in 1675, his house was burned. It is claimed, however, that on Sunday, the 6th day of June, 1675, or two days before these Indians were hanged, the house of Job Winslow in Swansea was broken open and rifled. He served in the military in Jun 1675 in Freetown, Bristol Co., MA. He had an estate probated in 1720 in Freetown, Bristol Co., MA. He was a Shipwright. He was Congregational. He served in the King Philip’s War. Job Winslow subsequently became a land holder and resident in Freetown, where, on the 14th of July, 1720, he died. His will bore date Nov. 12, 1717. [James Savage, Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England] Job Winslow purchased from John Waterman lot 16 in Freetown , Bristol County,MA after King Phillip’s War. He soon moved to Freetown, for in 1686 he was a selectman there. He was a leading man in both Swansea and Freetown. (selectman, assessor, town clerk, General court rep, town council).Job and family remained here until Job’s death in July 14, 1720. JOB, Freetown, s. of Kenelm, was rep. 1686, for the Col. of Plymouth,and in 1692, for Mass. under the chart. of William and Mary. He was a leading citizen and was deputy to the General Court in 1686 and representative in 1692 at the first General Court in Mass., under the charter of William and Mary . In 1690 he was town clerk and grand juror; assessor in 1691, 1701, 1706 and 1711; deputy to the general court in 1692; moderator of town meeting, 1708 and 1711.

JOB* [36]. Later information received gives the reason of his being “styled lieutenant.” Previous to February 1715 the entire militia force of Freetown was too small to constitute a “captain’s command,” and hence it was organized as a “lieutenant’s company,” Thomas’ Terry, of Freetown, mentioned under serial numbers [2379] and [12941], being commissioned lieutenant commandant by the Governor of Plymouth Colony, June 4th, 1686. He served in that capacity till a few years before his death, which occurred about 1702, when he was succeeded by Job* Winslow, who commanded the Freetown train band in the name and by the authority of King William.

From received email: I see that the problem of who was Job Winslow’s wife is recognized here. However Greene and other sources prove that he did not marry Ruth Cole! He married either Ruth Hopkins or another unrecognized Ruth. The above URL of a 1914 publication By Greene shows (in lengthy dissertation) that John Young rather than Job Winslow married Ruth Cole. Job Winslow’s wife is possibly Ruth Hopkins, daughter of Gyles Hopkins, who came on the Mayflower. Unfortunately Ruth Hopkins may also be the wife of Samuel Mayo.
This research paper also implies that Ruth (Cole) Young did not die on 15 Dec 1694 (the same day as her mother’s death). This is because she later married Jonathan Bangs in 1720. Because both she and her mother can be called Ruth Cole, I believe the mother’s death date was tranferred to her daughter.

Corrections from Winslow Memorial– JOB* [36]. Later information received gives the reason of his being “styled lieutenant.” Previous to February 1715 the entire militia force of Freetown was too small to constitute a “captain’s command,” and hence it was organized as a “lieutenant’s company,” Thomas’ Terry, of Freetown, mentioned under serial numbers [2379] and [12941], being commissioned lieutenant commandant by the Governor of Plymouth Colony, June 4th, 1686. He served in that capacity till a few years before his death, which occurred about 1702, when he was succeeded by Job* Winslow, who commanded the Freetown train band in the name and by the authority of King William.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Moved: Abt 1666, Swansea, Mass, House Burned By Pokanoket Indians About June 19, 1675 During King Phillips War- Home Was Destroyed But He Rebuilt Second Home Near The Original Site.
  • Military: Lt Colonial Militia; King Phillips War, under Uncle Josiah Winslow
  • He was employed in Shipwright; Planter.
  • He was elected to office in Held Several Public Positions In Freetown; Assessor, Town Clerk.
  • He had a religion in Congregational.
  • Moved: Abt 1680, Rochester, Mass One Of The Early Settlers.
  • Moved: Between 1680 and 1686, Freetown Early Settler; Selectman 1686 Took The 16th Lot; Prominent Citizen.

Job married Ruth about 1673 in Swansea, Bristol, Mass. Ruth was born maybe June 1653 in Mass, died before 1720 in probably Freetown, Bristol, Mass, and was buried in prob Winslow Burial Ground, Freetown, MA.

General Notes: The Ruth connection has been difficult to prove. Some say she was not daughter of Daniel Cole . Other possible ties maybe to Stephens Hopkins, but also not known There was an article in “The New York Genealogical and Biographical Record, Vol 45, pages 2-9 under heading “JOB WINSLOW’S WIFE” by Richard Henry Greene where he debunks the theory that she was Ruth Cole.
(In 1914 Richard Henry Greene rejected the claim that Ruth was daughter of
Daniel Cole; he examined several other possibilities, including a placement in
the family of STEPHEN HOPKINS, but came to no firm conclusion [NYGBR 45:2-8; see
also MF 6:7, 11].)

Mayflower Society based on my inquiry–If Ruth were indeed Gyles Hopkin’s daughter, yes. But, “well, who else could she be?” is not even a good argument, let alone proof. The line was rejected by the Society as “unproven” not as wrong, so new evidence would have to be submitted strong enough to make a good case. As anyone who works with the 17th century vital records could tell you, not all life events were recorded and/or have survived to the present. There could easily be other Ruths of appropriate age born in the area. Greene’s article dealt with the known children, but that is not definitive.

From internet message:I see that the problem of who was Job Winslow’s wife is recognized here. However Greene and other sources prove that he did not marry Ruth Cole! He married either Ruth Hopkins or another unrecognized Ruth. The above URL of a 1914 publication By Greene shows (in lengthy dissertation) that John Young rather than Job Winslow married Ruth Cole. Job Winslow’s wife is possibly Ruth Hopkins, daughter of Gyles Hopkins, who came on the Mayflower. Unfortunately Ruth Hopkins may also be the wife of Samuel Mayo.
This research paper also implies that Ruth (Cole) Young did not die on 15 Dec 1694 (the same day as her mother’s death). This is because she later married Jonathan Bangs in 1720. Because both she and her mother can be called Ruth Cole, I believe the mother’s death date was tranferred to her daughter.

Her mother ruth chester if true may be a connection to the Aldens and the Mayflower
Notes for Daniel COLE:
William Collier of London, came to the colonies in 1633 on the ship “Mary and James”. With him were the Cole brothers, John, Job, and Daniel. James, of Plymouth, was probably also a brother. The brothers were apprentices, not servants. Daniel Cole and his brothers, Job Cole and John Cole, were descendants of Elisha Cole. The name Cole (James, see below) first appears on Plymouth Records in 1633:
Daniel, third brother of Job and John Cole, of Putman Co. NY. granted 50
acres 6 April 1640. Listed as able-bodied man Yarmouth 1643. A Freeman
in 1645. A Deputy in Eastham, MA. 1652, 1654, 1657, 1661-1665.
Daniel Cole married Ruth Chester.
Savage: Daniel Cole, Yarmouth, removed to Eastham 1643, was brother of
Job, rep 1652 and 6 more years. Wife Ruth.
Descendant of Elisha Cole.
________________________________________________________________
Job Cole moved to Yarmouth in 1642, and to Eastham in 1648. He was made deputy 1654. He was listed as a Freeman in 1670, but not listed in 1675. He probably died between these dates. Job Cole was the first town clerk of Eastham, MA. (Savage) Job Cole married Rebecca Collier, the daughter of Wm Collier. She died at the age of 88, on Dec 29, 1698. There is some confusion among
the Colliers and their marriages. Wm Collier of London came to America 1633, after being several years a merchant adventurer. He arrived on the MARY AND JAMES. William Collier was born in England before 1590 and died Plymouth about 1670. Four daughters came with him:
Rebecca Collier m. Job Cole. She died age 88 on 29 Dec 1698.
Sarah Collier m. 1) Love Brewster
2) Richard Parke
Elizabeth Collier m. Constant Southworth
Mary Collier m. Thomas Prence (Pence) 1 Apr 1635. His first wife died
1634. Prence was the Governor of Plymouth 1635. Prence arrived on the
FORTUNE in 1621. He was the son of Thomas Prence of Lechlade, Glouster
County, England. He married Patience, d. of William Brewster 5 Aug
1624. She died in 1635 and he moved to Duxbury, MA. where he married
Mary Collier. In 1645 he moved to Eastham, MA. where Mary Collier Prence
died. Contact NATBOND@aol.com for more information about the
Collier-Prence connection.
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From: IMMIGRANT ANCESTORS, Vikkus.
James Cole (b. 1600) from England to Saco, ME. in 1632. He settled at
“Cole’s Hill” in Plymouth, MA. in 1633. During the Pequot War, he was a
surveyor of highways. He married Mary De L’Obel the daughter of Mathieu
De L”Obel the physician to William of Orange and James I, and
granddaughter of Jean De L”Obel a French lawyer.
Is this the same James ? Is he the son of Elisha ?

Children of Daniel COLE and Ruth CHESTER are:
i. Thomas? Cole, born Bef. 1644.
Notes for Thomas? Cole:
Hamblen notes Thomas as child of Daniel, Savage does not.
ii. Esther? Cole, born Bef. 1644.
Notes for Esther? Cole:
Hamblen notes Ester as child of Daniel, Savage does not.
iii. John Cole, born 15 Jul 1644 in Eastham, MA.; married
Ruth Cole nee Snow.
iv. Timothy Cole, born 04 Sep 1646 in Estham, MA..
9 v. Ruth Chase WINSLOW nee COLE, born 15 Apr 1651 in
Eastham, MA.; died Aft. Jul 1720 in Ruth Cole Winslow survived her husband.;
married (1) John Young; married (2) Job WINSLOW 1673 in Swansee, Bristol Co.
MA.; married (3) Jonathon Bangs 1720.
vi. Hepzibah Cole, born 15 Apr 1651 in Eastham, MA..
vii. Israel Cole, born 08 Jan 1652/53 in Eastham, MA..
viii. James Cole, born 30 Nov 1655 in Eastham, MA..
ix. Mary Hopkins nee Cole, born 10 Mar 1658/59 in
Eastham, MA.; married Joshua Hopkins 26 May 1681.
x. William Cole, born 15 Sep 1663 in Eastham, MA.;
married Hannah Cole nee Snow.

JOB WINSLOWS WIFE.

By Richard Henry Greene.

Kenelme Winslow followed his brother, Gov. Edward Winslow, of the Mayflower pilgrims, to Plymouth, Mass., in 1629, coming,
as is generally believed, on the second trip, with Winthrop’s fleet, when thirty-five of the Leyden church came to join the
pilgrims in New England.

Gov. Bradford in a letter to Mr. Shirley, dated May 25, 1629, says: “Here are now many of your and our friends from Leyden
coming over. . . . With them we have also sent some servants in ye ship called the Talbut, that wente hence latly; but
these came in ye Mayflower.”

This, I think, proves that Kenelme Winslow and Josiah Winslow came in the same vessel in which their brothers Edward and
Gilbert Winslow came on her first voyage in 1620.

Kenelme married after his arrival here, in June, 1634, Eleanor or Ellen, widow of John Adams, believed to be Eleanor
Newton, who came on the Anne in 1623 (New Eng. Hist. Gen. Register, 33, p. 410). Kenelme had four children: Kenelme,
Eleanor, Nathaniel and Job, the youngest who was born about 1641, probably at Marshfield, where his father had moved from
Plymouth. He was one of the proprietors who purchased ” Ye freemans lands at Taunton River” from the chief Wamsutta,
April 2, 1659, called Assonet, later Freetown, where he never settled, but his son Job resided, coming from Swansea,
where his house was attacked by Philip’s men, July 18 or 19, 1675. He was there since

about 1666. Job married about 1673 or Jan. 1674, Ruth .

Here is the matter we are attempting to clear up.

Davis, in his Landmarks of Plymouth, says: Job married Ruth, daughter of Daniel Cole, of Eastham (page 290).

In the Descendants of Elisha Cole, by Jos. O. Curtis, N. Y., 1909, we find: Daniel Cole married Ruth Chester and had:

John, b. July 15, 1644; m. Ruth, probably daughter of

Joseph Snow. Timothy, b. Sept. 15, 1646. Hepsibah, b. April 16, 1649; m. (i) Geo. Crisp; (2) Danl. Doane.

Ruth, b. April 15, 1651; m. (i) John, Nov. 16, 1669, son of John and Abigail Young; m. (2) Capt. Jonathan Bangs.
Israel, b. June 8, 1653; m. April, 1674-9, Mary Rogers. James, b. Nov. 30, 1655. Mary, b. March 10, 1658; m. May 26, 1681,
Joshua, son of Gyles Hopkins; she d. March i, 1734. William, b. Sept. 15, 1663; m. Dec. 2, 1686, Hannah, dau. of Stephen
Snow. Daniel, b. Sept. 1666; m. Mercy, dau. Rev. Samuel

Fuller.

Also, The Cole Genealogy, by Frank T. Cole, Columbus, O., 1887, gives Ruth, b. April 15, 1651; m. John, eldest son of John
and Abigail Young of Eastham, b. in Plymouth Nov. 16, 1649. John Cole, eldest son of Daniel, who m. Ruth, dau. of Nicholas
Snow, Dec. 12, 1666, and had a dau. Ruth, b. March n, 1668; m. William Twining, whose third child was Ruth Cole, b. August
27, 1699; also Hugh and Mary (Foxwell) Cole, had dau. Ruth, b. Jan. 8, 1666.

The Genealogy of James Cole of Plymouth, by E. B. Cole, Grafton Press, informs us that James Cole, m. 1624, Mary Lobel, b.
London, and had: James, b. England 1624, and Hugh, b. 1627, in London probably. He came to New England in 1632 and Plymouth
in 1633. This Hugh Cole m. Mary Foxwell, dau. of Richard and Ann Shelly; they removed to Barnstable; the first wife died in
Swansea; he m. (2) Jan. i, 1689, Elizabeth, wid. of Jacob Cook, and dau. of Thomas and Ann Lattice, of Plymouth; she d. at
Swansea, Oct. 31, 1693; he m. (3) Jan. 30, 1694, Mary, wid. Ephraim Morton and dau. of Robert Shelly. He d. at Swansea, Jan.
22, 1699. Of his ten children the sixth was Ruth Cole, b. Jan. 8, 1666; m. Deacon Nathaniel Luther, June 10, 1693. Hugh
Cole lived at Swansea at the same time with Job Winslow. James Savage in I, New Eng. Genealogical Dictionary, at page 425,
we read: Daniel Cole, Yarmouth, removed to Eastham 1643 . . . by wife Ruth had children (agreeing with Mr. Curtis above
except Daniel, the last named), and there “he d. Dec. 21, 1694, aged 80, and his wife Ruth d. six days before, aged only
67.”

On page 10, of Descendants of Elisha Cole, there is the Hopkins family, from which we abbreviate as follows: Stephen
Hopkins, b. in England 1585; by his first wife he had two children: Gyles and Constance. Gyles Hopkins, b. about 1608; m.
in Yarmouth, Oct. 9, 1639, Catorne, dau. of Gabriel Whelden, and d. at Eastham in 1690; they had among others, Joshua,
who m. Mary, dau. of Daniel Cole; “the first of many marriages between the Cole and Hopkins family,” according to the
author.

I have been thus careful to show the Cole family, and have tried to show the locations where they lived; also to collect
the daughters in that vicinity of the name of Ruth in order to determine who is right in naming the wife of Job Winslow.

We have another family we should introduce: John Young m. Abigail , Dec. 13, 1648, at Plymouth; he had:

John, b. Nov. 16, 1649. Joseph, b. Dec., 1654. Nathaniel, b. April, 1656. Mary, b. April 28, 1658. Abigail, b. Oct., 1660.
David, b. April 17, 1662. Lidia, b. 1664. Robert, b. April, 1667. Henry, b. July, 1669; d. 1670. Henry, b. March 17, 1672.
John, the eldest, is again said to have m. Ruth Cole, dau. of Daniel. 7, New Eng. Hist. Gen. Reg., 347.

Gyles Hopkins and Daniel Cole lived in the localities in which Job Winslow lived. We have stated he was born in Marshfield,
but the three families lived in Yarmouth and Eastham at the same time and finally Job settled in Freetown. He became
selectman there in 1686; town clerk and grand-juryman in 1690; assessor 1691, 1701 to 1706 and 1711; moderator of the
annual town meetings in 1708 and 1711; deputy to general court in 1686, and representative in 1692. He was also the highest
military officer, having been commissioned lieutenant-commandant of the Freetown train bands by authority of King William
and Queen Mary. He was, therefore, a man of importance.

Job Winslow had thirteen children; six are recorded in Swansea: Hope, on page 17; Job, page, 18; Oliver, page 41; Ruth,
page 51, and Richard the same; William, page 69; the rest except Joseph and Elizabeth are from the records of Freetown,
but these two are not recorded so far as I have found.

In Job’s will, dated Nov. 12, 1717, he mentions wife Ruth and all the children except Mary, Hope and John; Mary and Hope
may have died, but John was living and married 12 years after. William, b. Nov. 16, 1674; m. Ann Wheeler. Oliver, b. Feb.
20, 1676. Ruth, b. Sept. 13, 1678.

Richard, b. March 6, 1680; m. Hannah , a doctor;

d. 1727-8.

Hope, b. May 29, 1681.

Job, b. July 10, 1683; lieutenant Dec., 1755, Halifax. Joseph, published intentions to Mary Tisdale; m (2) Hannah .

James, b. May 9, 1687; m. (i) Elizabeth Carpenter; (2)

Ruth Gatchell. Mary, b. April 2, 1689; d. young. George, b. Jan. 2, 1691; m. Elizabeth .

Jonathan, b. Nov. 22, 1692; m. Sarah Kirby. John, b. Feb. 20, 1695; m. Oct. 9, 1729, Betsey Hath- away. Elizabeth,
b. 1696-7; m. John Marshall.

I cannot tell why Elizabeth’s birth or the date of her marriage was not recorded; according to family records she married
John Marshall in 1725; he was of Windsor, Conn., but was a shipwright, like his father-in-law, and engaged in building
ships on the Taunton River. They had nine children, all born at Freetown. John Marshall died May, 1772, aged 69. Elizabeth
Winslow Marshall moved with Ruth, the youngest child, to East Haddam, Conn.; others of the family seem to have removed to
the same place, but I cannot say if before or after their mother.

We can often make a prima facie case, or at least get a good clue, from family names; take the Cole family names in order
to see if they are repeated in Job’s and Ruth’s children.

Ruth should be excluded in such a test; John, James, Mary and William are perhaps so common we find them in almost every
family, but Timothy, Hepsibah, Israel, Daniel in the Cole family are not repeated in the family of Job and Ruth, where we
find Oliver, Richard, Hope, Job, Joseph, George, Johnathan and Elizabeth Winslow.

Again if we take the children of Gyles Hopkins we can prove nothing, for Mary, John and William with Ruth appear in both,
and the youngest child is Elizabeth both in the family of Job Winslow and Gyles Hopkins.

We should expect Gyles or Kenelme or some such name, but we have only Job and Ruth and these do not help us. Of the
seventy-six grandchildren of Job and Ruth, Job has two namesakes and Ruth three. These families lived near each other and
were intimate, so a marriage is possible in either family.

If we examine their ages, Ruth Cole was b. in April, 1651; Ruth Hopkins in June, 1653, a difference of two years and two
months; the former is ten years younger than Job Winslow, and if she married Young was then eighteen years old; on the
other hand, Ruth Hopkins was twenty years old when Job Winslow was married, and forty-four when his youngest child was
born. Mary, her sister, was married at twenty-five, and Abigail at twenty-three, and if Ruth married Job their ages would
not be disproportioned.

Gyles or Giles Hopkins came with his father Stephen and a step-mother on the Mayflower in 1620; he was born between
1605

and 1608; he was of Yarmouth 1639 to 1642, and married there Oct. 9, 1639, Catorne or Catherine Whelden, perhaps daughter
of Henry of Yarmouth; they moved to Eastham in 1643. The will of Gyles Hopkins, dated Jan. 19, 1682, with codicil March 5,
1688-9, recorded April 22, 1690, prove that he died between March, 1689, and April, 1690 (N. S.). He mentions wife Catorne
and sons: Stephen, Caleb, Joshua and William, every living son since John had died. Bradford wrote in his history in
1650: “Gyles Hopkins is married and hath four children.” His children were as follows:

Mary Hopkins, b. at Yarmouth, Nov., 1640; m. Samuel Smith of Eastham, Jan. 3, 1665. Stephen Hopkins, b. at Yarmouth,
Sept., 1642; m. May 23, 1667, Mary Merrick, dau. of Ens. William and Rebecca Merrick of Yarmouth. John Hopkins, b. at
Yarmouth and died in 1643 when three months old. Abigail Hopkins, b. at Eastham, Oct., 1644; m. William Merrick, eldest
son of William, on May 23, 1667. Deborah Hopkins, b. at Eastham, June, 1648; m. Jo- siah Cooke. Caleb Hopkins, b. at
Eastham, Jan., 1650.

Ruth Hopkins, b. at Eastham, June, 1653.

Joshua Hopkins, b. June, 1657, at Eastham; m. May 26, 1681, Mary, dau. of Daniel Cole of Eastham.

William Hopkins, b. Eastham, Jan. 9, 1660.

Elizabeth Hopkins, b. Nov., 1664; d. Dec., 1664. There is another source of information better on many accounts than a
single family history, and this is David Hamlin’s First Settlers ofEastham, Mass., furnished to and printed by the N. E.
Historic Genealogical Register in Jan., 1852, and following numbers. This antedates much of our matter given before,
having been printed more than sixty years ago. We believe these to be from the original records made at the time; hence
they are earlier than Savage, who prepared his dictionary in 1860. John Farmer’s Genealogical Register of First Settlers
of New England came out in 1829 and was the foundation of Savage, but he does not mention Job Winslow, Gyles Hopkins,
Daniel Cole or John Young. In these Eastham records of David Hamlin the statement occurs: “John Young, son of John,
married Ruth Cole, daughter of Daniel.” This seems to me the best proof thus far.

Taking Ruth Cole out of the candidates for Job Winslow’s hand, is there any one who is prepared to name any of the numerous
Ruths as his wife. I will give many of these Ruths with what I can learn of them. Some of the inquirers in the genealogical
column of the Boston Transcript may know more than I do and some may show why Ruth Hopkins, daughter of Gyles, may not have
been the one.

To be the mother of Job Winslow’s children she must be a Ruth, and marriageable in 1673. It would seem that in that early
day, and within so small a territory, one might discover her family name. Acting on this idea I began to collect the Ruths
on and near Cape Cod; then I sought to find if she was married, and here is the result first of those who were married:
Ruth Alden, m. May 12, 1657, John Bass. Ruth Chipman, b. 1663; m. Eleazer Crocker.

Ruth , b. 1648; m. 1673, Thomas Kendall.

Ruth Eddy came in 1630; m. Ezekiel Gardiner. Ruth Merrick, b. May 15, 1652; m. Jan., 1677, Edmund Freeman.

Ruth Bangs, b. 1652; m. , Sears.

Ruth Goodspeed, b. April 13, 1652; m. John Davis, Jr.,

Feb. 2, 1674.

Ruth Chandler, m. Daniel Cole. Ruth Michelson, m. Samuel Champney, 1692; then widow Jno. Green. Ruth Bassett, m. 1655,
John Sprague. Ruth Foxwell, b. March 25, 1641; m. Nelson.

Ruth Merrick of Wilmington, Ct, m. Feb. 23, 1751,

Clement Topliff.

Ruth Chester, m. 1643, Daniel Cole. Ruth Cole, b. 1667; m. March 26, 2689, Wm. Twining. Ruth Snow, m. Dec. 12, 1666, John
Cole. Ruth Partridge, m. June i, 1670, Ralph Thatcher. Ruth Jackson, m. Ebenezer Nelson. Ruth Sargent, b. 1686; m. Jonathan
Winslow. Ruth Winslow, m. 1677, Richard Bourne. Ruth, m. Nathaniel Thayer. Ruth Cole, b. 1666; m. Deacon Nathaniel Luther.
Ruth Cole, b. April 15, 1651; m. John Young. The above twenty-two Ruths are removed from our search. Here are others in
which I have been able to find the birth but no marriage; however, many of these were born so late they cannot be
considered:

Ruth Bass, b. about 1662.

Ruth Godfrey, b. Jan. i, 1675, Eastham.

Ruth Cole, dau. John, b. March n, 1668.

Ruth Kendall, b. Oct. 19, 1675.

Ruth Cooke, b. 1666.

Ruth Norket, b. 1728, Eastham.

Ruth Thatcher, b. Nov. i, 1675.

Ruth Bryant, b. 1673.

Ruth Sprague, b. Feb. 12, 1659.

Ruth Turner, b. March 19,1685.

Ruth Snow, b. Oct. 14, 1679.

Ruth Thayer, b. July, 17, 1689.

This list, until I discovered the dates of birth, were considered possibilities. Now I have only four left among my
eligible Ruths.

i. Ruth Eddy, b. 1649, at Plymouth or at Watertown, where her parents moved in 1631. The fact of the family living so
far away makes me think she could not be the wife of Job Winslow.

2. Ruth Tracy, dau. of Stephen, b. 1629. The father returned to England in 1654, leaving five children in New England,
two sons and three daughters. Mary m. Henry Cullifer; Susanna m. John Simons; of Ruth I find no record of marriage or
death, but she was a dozen years older than Job.

3. Ruth Hopkins, daughter of Stephen, the pilgrim, was born in Plymouth; is mentioned in her father’s will in 1644, but
supposed to have died before Bradford wrote as follows in 1650: ” Mr. Hopkins and his wife are both dead, but they lived
above 20 years in this place, and had one sone and 4 daughters borne here . . . one daughter dyed here and 2 are maried,
one of them hath 2 children, and one is yet to mary. So their Increase, which still survive are 5. But his sone Giles is
maried and hath 4 children.”

Ruth must have been the daughter who died, as appears from the settlement of her younger sister’s estate in 1659.

4. Ruth Hopkins, daughter of Gyles, b. June, 1653, three years after Bradford wrote. I find no account of her death,
and
no report of her marriage.

And though I find no record or established proof of her marriage, I see no reason or proof to the contrary. Job Winslow,
we know, married a Ruth. Can any one say her last name was not Hopkins?

Noted events in her life were:

  • Alt Name: Seems llike Ruth Cole is no longer accepted; next choice may be Ruth Hopkins son of Giles Hopkins ( not his father Stephen Hopkins) If this is so, there would be another Mayflower connection- but hard to prove right or wrong. And not accepted by the Mayflower Society

Children from this marriage were:

+ 6 M    i. James Winslow was born on May 9, 1687 in Assonet (Freetown), Bristol County, Mass, died on Oct 19, 1773 in Falmouth (Portland) , Cumberland, District Of Maine, and was buried in maybe Quaker Cemetery on Blackstrap Road, Falmouth area.

+ 7 F    ii. Mary Winslow was born on Apr 2, 1689 in Freetown, Mass and died in 1690 in Died Young.

+ 8 F    iii. Hope Winslow was born on May 29, 1681 in Swansea, Bristol, MA.

+ 9 M    iv. John Winslow was born on Feb 20, 1694 in Freetown, Mass and died on Oct 7, 1775 in Freetown, Bristol, Massachusetts.

+ 10 M    v. William Winslow was born on Nov 16, 1674 in Swansea, Bristol, MA and died on Mar 8, 1757 in Freetown, Bristol, Mass.

He never married and had no children

+ 11 M    vi. Oliver Winslow was born on Feb 20, 1676 in Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts.

+ 12 F    vii. Ruth Winslow was born on Sep 13, 1678 in Swansea, Bristol, MA.

+ 13 M    viii. Dr Richard Winslow was born on Mar 6, 1680 in Swansea, Bristol, MA and died on Apr 16, 1728 in Freetown, Ma.

+ 14 M    ix. Job Winslow was born on Jul 10, 1683 in Swansea, Bristol, MA.

+ 15 F    x. Elizabeth Winslow was born in 1697 in Freetown, Ma and died in Nov 1768 in Freetown, Bristol, Massachusetts.

+ 16 M    xi. George Winslow was born on Jan 2, 1690 in Freetown, Ma and died on Jun 15, 1757 in Freetown, Bristol, Massachusetts.

+ 17 M    xii. Jonathan Winslow was born on Nov 22, 1692 in Freetown, Bristol, Massachusetts and died after 1743 in Last Child Born.

+ 18 M    xiii. Joseph Winslow was born about May 9, 1687 in Freetown, Bristol Co., Massachusetts and died on Jan 15, 1732 in Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts.

  1. Elinor Winslowwas born in 1637 in Plymouth, Mass, died on Aug 27, 1676 in Marshfield, Mass, and was buried in Winslow Cemetery, Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts.

Elinor on Dec 20, 1656 in Marshfield, Plymouth Colony, now Plymouth County, Massachusetts.

Her child was:

+ 19 M    i. Kenelm Baker was born on Mar 23, 1658 in Marshfield Mass and died in 1712 in Marshfield Mass.

Elinor married Samuel Baker on Dec 29, 1656 in Marshfield, Mass, son of Alexander “Immigrant” Nathaniel Baker and Elizabeth “Immigrant” Farrar. Samuel was born on Jan 16, 1637 in Duxbury, Plymouth County, Massachusetts, died in 1699 in Marshfield, Plymouth, Mass, and was buried in Winslow Cemetery, Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He has conflicting birth information of in Hingham, MA, 2 October 1638.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 20 F    i. Lydia Baker was born on Feb 18, 1660 in Marshfield, Plymouth, Mass and died after Jan 10, 1732 in Pembroke, Mass.

+ 21 M    ii. Kenelm Baker was born on Mar 23, 1658 in Marshfield Mass and died in 1712 in Marshfield Mass.

+ 22 F    iii. Elizabeth Baker was born in 1661.

+ 23 F    iv. Alice Baker was born in 1663.

+ 24 F    v. Elinor Baker was born in 1665.

  1. Kenelm Winslowwas born on Apr 30, 1635 in Plymouth, Massachusetts, died on Nov 11, 1715 in Harwich, Barnstable, Mass, and was buried in Winslow Cemetery, Dennis, Barnstable, Massachusetts.

General Notes: KENELM2, [2] (Kenelm1,) b. abt. 1635, Plymouth, Mass.; d. 11 Nov., 1715, Harwich, Mass., “in the 79th year of his age,” acc. to gravestone, (14 Nov. acc. to Savage,). He early removed to Cape Cod, and settled in that part of Yarmouth which was afterwards incorporated with Harwich, and which is now Brewster. His homestead was near the westerly border of the town, now known
as West Brewster, Satucket, or Winslow’s Mills. He is mentioned in the Yarmouth Records as early as 1668, Harwich then being in the constable rick of Yarmouth. In a “rate” dated 29 Apr., 1676, towards the charge of the late war,” we find “Kenel. Winslow œ4. 13.6. [Freeman’s Hist. Cape Cod, ,p. 195.] Whether he was engaged in any of the encounters with the Indians we do not know, but, n 1678, he is styled “Col. Winslow” in the list of freemen of Yarmouth (Hist. Cape Cod, II, p. 196). He is also called “planter” or “yeoman” in sundry deeds, and is a purchaser of large tracts of wild land, especially in what is now the town of Rochester, on which several of his children afterwards dwelt. In 1679, he was engaged with the “thirty partners” in such a purchase. See Mass. Hist. Coll., XIV, 259, where he is erroneously described as of Marshfield, instead of Yarmouth. We find also on the 15 Mar. 1680, an agreement was made “with our neighbors, the purchasers or proprietors of the land between Stoney Brook and Bound Brook,” subsequently signed by Ananias Wing, Paul Sears, Kenelm Winslow, and John Dillingham, Jr., on the one part, and by John Thacher, Sam’l Haw??s, Thomas Sturgis and Josiah Thacher in behalf of Yarmouth [Hist. Cape Cod, II, p.198]. Among other purchases he secured a good “water privilege,” which has been of advantage to his descendants even unto the present time. In 1699 he sold it to his son Kenelm, and now (1873) it is owned by his great-great-great grandson, Wm. Winslow, of West Brewster, Mass.

From the Mansfield, Conn., Records, we find that Kenelm Winslow, of Harwich,Barnstable Co., Mass., bought of George Denison, of Stonington, one thousand acres of land in Windham, (in that part of the town which afterwards became Mansfield,) Conn., 11 March, 1700, for which he paid œ30. On the 7th of October, 1700, he gives this land to his son Samuel, who afterwards sells it
to his brother Kenelm [50]. It does not appear from the records that Kenelm Winslow, either father or son, ever resided in Windham or Mansfield. Like his father he seems to have incurred the displeasure of the General Court.Under date of 3 Oct. 1662 (Rec., IV, 29), it is recorded that “Kenelme Winslow, junr., for riding a journey on the Lord’s day, although he pleaded
some disappointment enforcing him thereunto, is fined ten shillings.” He must not, however, be regarded as a scoffer at religion, or as negligent in the observance of its forms, for on three occasions he went to Scituate, some sixty miles distant, that his children might not remain unbaptized. “He brought to the 2d church in Scituate for baptism, Kenelm, 1668; Josiah,
1670; Thomas, 1672. It is well known that many of the ministers in the colony were opposed to infant sprinkling at that time” [Deane’s Hist. Scituate, p. 389]. Also, about a year before his death, 4 Oct. 1714, he was one among five chosen “to seat persons, or place them where they shall sit,
in the meeting house” [Hist. Cape Cod, II, p. 501]. He m. 23 Sept. 1667, Mercy Worden, b. abt. 1641, dau. of Peter, Jr., and Mercy, of Yarmouth. She d. 22 Sept., 1688, “in the 48th year of her age,” according to her gravestone, which is still standing in the Winslow burying-ground in Dennis.
The monument is of a hard slate, is said to have been brought from England, and is the oldest in the yard. The headstones of Kenelm Winslow, his two sons, and many of his descendants are also to be seen. According to History of Cape Cod, this burying-ground is “near the road leading from Nobscusset to Satucket,” or, according to Josiah Paine, Esq., “a little south of the county road in East Dennis, which is but a short distance from the Brewster line.” Hem. 2d, Damaris(???), who survived him, and was living 27 March, 1729.

Kenelm married Mercy Worden on Sep 22, 1667 in Harwich, Barnstable County, Massachusetts, daughter of Peter Worden and Mary. Mercy was born about 1641 in Yarmouth, Barnstable, Mass and died on Sep 22, 1688 in Winslow, Graveyard, Dennis, Barnstable, Mass.

Noted events in her life were:

  • She has conflicting birth information of 1641 and Yarmouth, Barnstable, Mass.

Kenelm next married Damaris Eames.

  1. Nathaniel Winslowwas born in 1639 in Marshfield, Mass, died on Dec 1, 1719 in Marshfield, Mass, and was buried in Winslow Cemetery, Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts.

General Notes: Event: Fact 1675 On a jury for a trial of the indians who had murdered another Indian named “Sassamon”
Event: Fact 1686 Served as a Selectman for Marshfield
Event: Fact 1689 A Deputy to the Plymouth General Court
Military Service: 1686 Sargent of the militia
Military Service: 1698 Captain of the militia
PROP: Inherited the homestead in Marshfield and was probably a farmer
Religion: 14 OCT 1969 First Church of Marshfield
Residence: Marshfield, Plymouth, Massachusetts
Will: 20 FEB 1708/09 Mansfield, Tolland, Connecticut

Nathaniel married Faith Miller on Aug 3, 1664 in Marshfield, Mass. Faith was born in 1645 and died in 1729.

Third Generation

  1. James Winslowwas born on May 9, 1687 in Assonet (Freetown), Bristol County, Mass, died on Oct 19, 1773 in Falmouth (Portland) , Cumberland, District Of Maine, and was buried in maybe Quaker Cemetery on Blackstrap Road, Falmouth area.

General Notes: James Winslow, son of Lieutenant Job Winslow, was born in Freetown, Bristol County, Massachusetts, May 9, 1687, died October 19, 1773. He moved from Freetown Mass to Falmouth, Maine, about 1728, and settled on land granted to him in 1/28, on which he was to erect a mill on the Presumpscot river.. He owned a large tract at Portland (then Broad Bay), which he gave to his sons who moved there in 1752.. He was the first Friend in Falmouth and “lent a most important support to the doctrines of that respectable people in this neighborhood.” He became a member, with Nathan and Benjamin Winslow, at a monthly meeting, May, 1751. He married (first) Elizabeth Carpenter, (second) intentions dated November 12, 1750, Ruth Gatchell, of Brunswick. Children, recorded in Freetown: Mary, June 20, 1709; Nathan, mentioned below; Job, March 30, 1715; Benjamin, June 19, 1717; Elizabeth, May 6, 1721; James, August 6, 1725; Sybil, October 3, 1727.

From History of Portland—Winslow, James , was a heel-maker, and came from the old colony before 1728. He was the first person who joined the Quakers in this town and carried all his family with him. His will made in 1767 was proved in 1773 ; his children were Nathan, Benjamin, James, and Job. Job, son of James Winslow, married Margaret Barbour and had three children, viz., Lorana, married to Daniel Hall; Ruth, married to Hatevil Hall ; the third daughter married David Torrey, 17 38.
Nathan, son of Nathan, and grandson of James, was born March 27, O. S., 1743 ; he was a large land speculator and clerk of the Proprietors of Falmouth many years, and their last clerk; he died in 1826.
Winslow, Nathaniel , was among our first settlers, and in 1719 was one of a committee to lay out lots on the Neck ; he had a grant of an acre lot in 1728, near the fountain in Spring street, which he conveyed the same year to James Winslow. We cannot trace him later than that time, and believe that there are no persons in town who claim descent from him. All of the name now among us derive their origin from James Winslow.

Accessions were made continually to the society from among the people here, particularly from that part of Falmouth in which James Winslow resided ;’ preachers from abroad occasionally visited and aroused the people, and some of their own members too were early stimulated with zeal to spread their religion. In 1759 certificates were granted to Patience Estes and John Douglass “to travel on truth’s account,” and in August of the same year, Mary Gurby from England, and Elizabeth Smith from West Jersey, came here as traveling preachers. In 1768 a meeting-house was built by subscription near the Presumpscot river, in that part of the town which retains the ancient name, forty feet long and thirty-two feet wide, on the same spot where their first house, quite a small one, was erected in 1752.1 Previous to 1774, the Quakers had been required to pay taxes for the support of the ministry in the first parish ; but at the annual meeting in that year, perceiving the injustice of compelling persons to contribute to the support of a mode of worship from which they derived no benefit and of which their consciences did not approve, they passed the following vote: “Voted that the following professed Quakers, living within the bounds of the parish be exempted from parish rates the current year, viz: Benjamin Austin, Nathaniel Abbott, Samuel Estes, James Goddard, Benjamin Gould, Solomon Hanson, Robert Houston, Daniel Hall, Enoch Knight, John Knight, John Morrill, Stephen Morrill, Jacob Morrill, Elijah Pope, James Torrey, Ebenezer Winslow, Benjamin Winslow, Job Winslow, William Winslow, Oliver Winslow, John Winslow, Samuel Wiaslow, and James Winslow.” None of these persons lived within the present limits of Portland, and it was not until several years after the revolution that a sufficient number had gathered upon the Neck to constitute a separate meeting for worship. Liberty was first granted to them in 1790 by the monthly meeting, to hold a separate meeting for worship for five months to be held at the house of William Purington.3 The brick meeting-house of the society, corner of Federal and Pearl streets, was commenced in 1795, and finished in 1796: it is two stories high and its dimensions are thirty-six feet by forty.

‘James Winslow had a grant of land on Fall-cove brook, at Back Core, to erect a mill on, In 1728, but this falling within an ancient grant, he moved before 1748 northerly to the Presuropscot river, near where its course is turned noutherly by Blackstrap Hill. He died respected, leaving a large posterity, in 1773. His children were Nathan, Benjamin, James, Job, two daughters, married Hatevil Hall and James Torrey, who all joined the society of Friends The privilege of Fall brook for a cornmill, was voted to him in 1729.
The unchanged simplicity of their dress, carried us back to the dark day when their ancestors took their lives in their hands and ventured all things for the faith, an they believed, once delivered to the saints.
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The first settlers of the territory that is now Gardiner, West Gardiner and Pittston, set sail from Falmouth in the fall of the year 1760, and proceeded to what was then called, Dr. Gardiner’s estates at Cobbiseconte, or Gardinerstown. They were a Mr. Thomes, who was a builder of Grist-mills; Benjamin Fitch, a saw-mill wright; Jacob Loud, a house carpenter; James Winslovv, a wheelwright; and Ezra Davis, James and Henry McCAusLAND, and William PniLBRooK.f They arrived in safety, with the families of Winslow, Davis, Philbrook, and the McCauslands, and run their vessel into a wide creek, formed by the mouth of the stream, which was then navigable to the sites now occupied by the saw-mills, and there, on the northern bank of the stream, the craft lay all winter. James Winslow’s wife, took her little daughter Sarah, then six years old, by the hand and went ashore, and they are the first two white females known to have set foot within the limits of Gardiner or Pittston.J They immediately threw up some log huts, and passed the winter in making preparations for the coming summer. The McCauslands and Winslows occupied the same cottage, and on the 23d of March, 1761, Jonathan Wmslow was born, the first white child native in ancient Pittston. The house stood exactly where now is the Widow Esmond’s store.*
On the 27th of March, wishing to make an addition to the cottage of Winslow, they were able to haul the logs on the crust, so cold and backward was the spring of that year

Birth from “Winslow Memorial” which says it was copied from Freetown records. It didn’t give a date of his first marriage and says the date of second is date of publication of intent. There is a marriage in IGI 1708 Falmouth, York, Maine, also two “of Freetown…” I previously had the date of his marriage to Ruth Gatchell as 12 Nov 1687, which is obviously wrong. The Ancestral File has 12 Nov 1750 but has her born 9 May 1734, Scarborough, Cumberland, Maine, daughter of John Getchell and Elizabeth
Robinson. This would make her 16 years old at the time of marriage to a 63-year-old man. There is a marriage to Ruth Getchell in the 1997 IGI, 12 Nov 1750, Scarboro, Cumberland, Maine. “Winslow Memorial” says he resided in Freetown but moved to Falmouth, Maine, in 1728. Thus his first marriage would probably be in Freetown or perhaps in Swansea, where she was born. It says he married 2nd, intent 12 Nov 1750, Falmouth, Ruth Gatchell of Brunswick. LDS proxy temple ordinances are in the IGI from temple records. I had a proxy sealing of his second marriage 23 May 1949 LOGAN, same as for first marriage. It is not in the 1997 IGI. There is a proxy sealing of the second marriage 1 Mar 1940 SLAKE from temple record.

JAMES,3 [44] (Job,2 Kenelm,1) b. 9 May, 1687, Freetown, Mass.; d. 19Oct. 1773, at Falmouth, Me. He resided in Freetown, but removed to Falmouth, Me, about 1728, and settled on the Presumpscot River, where he had granted to him in 1728 a tract of land on the back coast, on which to erect a mill. He owned a large tract of land at Broad Bay (now called Portland) which he gave to his sons, who removed there in 1752, but on account of troubles with the Indians were obliged, after a few years, to return to Falmouth. He was the first Friend in Falmouth, and “lent a most important support to the doctrines of that respectable people in this neighborhood.” [History of Portland.] May, 1751, at a monthly meeting, Nathan, James and Benjamin Winslow were made members.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He had a residence before 1728 in Freetown, Bristol County, Mass.
  • Other: May 1751, James, Nathan, And Benjamin Became Members Of The Falmouth Monthly Meeting.
  • He had a religion in 1743 in Religious Society Of Friends; Quaker. First Quaker meeting established in Falmouth James Winslow first to join; in 1752 Quaker Meeting Hoiuse built near home of James Winslow by the Presumpscot River
  • He had a residence about 1728. First Of Winslows To Move To What Is Now Maine, Obtained A Land Grant And Built A Mill; Falmouth Maine;A Large Part Of Maine And Kennebec County Was Within The Limits Of The Grant Of The Old “Plymouth Council” To William Bradford In 1629.
  • He worked as a heelmaker.

James married Elizabeth Carpenter in 1708 in Freetown, Bristol, Massachusetts, daughter of Benjamin Carpenter and Renew Weeks. Elizabeth was born on Feb 28, 1686 in Swansea, Bristol, Mass and died between Oct 1727 and Nov 1750 in Swansea, Bristol, Mass Or Falmouth, Cumberland, ME.

General Notes: From Amos B. Carpenter’s “Carpenter Memorial”
Page 834: #191 Elizabeth m. James Winslow of Freetown Mass, They had seven children vis.: 1st Mary b. June 20, 1709;
2d. Nathan b. April 1, 1713; d. Nov. 1772; he m. Charity Hall;
3rd, Job b. Mar 30, 1715 m. Margaret Barber:
4th Benjamin b. June 19 1717; d. April 25, 1796, m. Hope Cobb,1738;
5th, Elizabeth b. May 6 1721, m. David Torrey:
6th James b. Aug 6 1725, m. Anna Thurston; she d. Nov 16 1802;
7th Sybil b. Oct. 3, 1727 m. Samuel Staples, Published Dec. 22, 1752 in the “Winslow Memorial”

Noted events in her life were:

  • Questionable date: One Source Showed April 13, 1715 But That’s Before The Birth Of James.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 25 M    i. James Winslow was born on Aug 6, 1725 in Freetown, Lincoln County, Mass, died on Nov 16, 1802 in Farmington, Franklin Co., Maine, and was buried in Farmington, Franklin, Maine.

+ 26 F    ii. Mary Winslow was born on Jun 20, 1709 in Freetown, Bristol, Mass.

+ 27 M    iii. Nathan Winslow was born on Apr 1, 1713 in Freetown, Bristol, Mass and died on Nov 22, 1772 in Falmouth, Cumberland, Maine.

+ 28 M    iv. Job Winslow was born on Mar 30, 1715 in Freetown, Mass and died in 1736.

+ 29 M    v. Benjamin Winslow was born on Jun 19, 1717 in Freetown, Bristol, Mass and died on Apr 24, 1796 in Falmouth, Cumberland, Maine.

+ 30 F    vi. Elizabeth Winslow was born on May 6, 1721 in Freetown, Bristol, Mass and died in 1747 in Falmouth, Cumberland, Maine.

+ 31 F    vii. Sybil Winslow was born on Oct 3, 1727 in Freetown, Bristol, Massachusetts and died on Jul 29, 1779 in Topsham, Maine.

James next married Ruth Getchell.

  1. Mary Winslowwas born on Apr 2, 1689 in Freetown, Mass and died in 1690 in Died Young.
  2. Hope Winslowwas born on May 29, 1681 in Swansea, Bristol, MA.
  3. John Winslowwas born on Feb 20, 1694 in Freetown, Mass and died on Oct 7, 1775 in Freetown, Bristol, Massachusetts.

John married Betsy Hathaway on Oct 9, 1729 in Freetown, Ma. Betsy was born in 1705 in Freetown, Bristol, Massachusetts.

  1. William Winslowwas born on Nov 16, 1674 in Swansea, Bristol, MA and died on Mar 8, 1757 in Freetown, Bristol, Mass.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Misc: leaving quite an estate to his kindred, by will dated 18 Oct. 1745, and proved 8 Mar. 1757. He was one of the town’s agents for building the first church edifice erected in Freetown; assessor of Freetown in 1713; and treasurer in 1722
  1. Oliver Winslowwas born on Feb 20, 1676 in Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts.
  2. Ruth Winslowwas born on Sep 13, 1678 in Swansea, Bristol, MA.
  3. Dr Richard Winslowwas born on Mar 6, 1680 in Swansea, Bristol, MA and died on Apr 16, 1728 in Freetown, Ma.

Richard married Hannah Luther circa 1711 in Freetown, Bristol, Mass. Hannah was born about 1678 in Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts and died in 1728 in Freetown, Ma.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 32 M    i. William Winslow was born in 1718 in Freetown, Ma and died in Ohio.

  1. Job Winslowwas born on Jul 10, 1683 in Swansea, Bristol, MA.
  2. Elizabeth Winslowwas born in 1697 in Freetown, Ma and died in Nov 1768 in Freetown, Bristol, Massachusetts.

Elizabeth married John Marshall in 1726 in Freetown, Ma. John was born in 1702 and died in May 1772.

  1. George Winslowwas born on Jan 2, 1690 in Freetown, Ma and died on Jun 15, 1757 in Freetown, Bristol, Massachusetts.

George married Elizabeth.

  1. Jonathan Winslowwas born on Nov 22, 1692 in Freetown, Bristol, Massachusetts and died after 1743 in Last Child Born.

Jonathan married Sarah Kirby on Nov 25, 1722 in Freetown, Bristol, Massachusetts. Sarah was born about 1702.

  1. Joseph Winslowwas born about May 9, 1687 in Freetown, Bristol Co., Massachusetts and died on Jan 15, 1732 in Swansea, Bristol, Massachusetts.

Joseph married Mary Tisdale on Feb 11, 1706 in Swansea, Bristol, MA. Mary was born in 1686 in Taunton, Bristol, Mass and died on Mar 28, 1719 in Swansea, Bristol, MA.

  1. Kenelm Bakerwas born on Mar 23, 1658 in Marshfield Mass and died in 1712 in Marshfield Mass.

Kenelm married Sarah Bradford in 1687, daughter of Major William Bradford and Alice Richards. Sarah was born in 1671 in Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, now Plymouth County, Massachusetts and died after Oct 1705 in Marshfield Mass.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 33 F    i. Abigail Baker was born on Dec 23, 1693 in Marshfield Mass and died on Sep 25, 1753 in Marshfield Mass.

  1. Lydia Bakerwas born on Feb 18, 1660 in Marshfield, Plymouth, Mass and died after Jan 10, 1732 in Pembroke, Mass.

Lydia married Josiah Keene in 1681 in Duxbury, Mass, son of Josiah Keene and Abigail Little. Josiah was born in Jun 1658 in Marshfield, Plymouth, Mass and died between 1728 and 1732 in Pembroke, Mass.

General Notes: We have in our notes that Lydia Keen was taken into the First Church in Marshfield on 2 May 1708, and that nine of her children were baptized there on 24 October, 1708.

Josiah, Jr. and his family lived in Marshfield, in Duxbury, and perhaps in Pembroke since Pembroke was part of Marshfield until 1712. The towns of Duxbury, Hingham, Pembroke, and Marshfield are near each otherin southeastern Massachusetts and may not have kept separate records in the early days. Josiah, Jr. bought 9 acres next to his father’s “range” on the southerly side of Pudding Brook, we assume in Duxbury. Another note of interest was, “Josiah Keen, Jr. and Elnathan Weston with5 others at the March 7th Town Meeting, 1709/10, entered protest against all the acts made at Town Meeting in Duxborough, Jany 30th 1709/10for dividing the town’s Commons, the said meeting being continued by adjournment till the 7th of March above said.”

Edward K. & Mildred True, and James D. True
Last update May 27, 1999
We have in our notes that Lydia Keen was taken into the First Church in Marshfield on 2 May 1708, and that nine of her children were baptized there on 24 October, 1708.
Josiah, Jr. and his family lived in Marshfield, in Duxbury, and perhaps in Pembroke since Pembroke was part of Marshfield until 1712. The towns of Duxbury, Hingham, Pembroke, and Marshfield are near each other in southeastern Massachusetts and may not have kept separate records in the early days. Josiah, Jr. bought 9 acres next to his father’s “range” on the southerly side of Pudding Brook, we assume in Duxbury. Another note of interest was, “Josiah Keen, Jr. and Elnathan Weston with 5 others at the March 7th Town Meeting, 1709/10, entered protest against all the acts made at Town Meeting in Duxborough, Jany 30th 1709/10 for dividing the town’s Commons, the said meeting being continued by adjournment till the 7th of March above said.”
Josiah, Jr. and his wife Lydia (Baker) Keen had eleven children, all born in Duxbury:
Benjamin, b. 1682; d. Duxbury, 1736; m. 1719 Deborah (Barker) Howland, dau. of Robert Barker, Jr., widow of Prince Howland.
Josiah, b. 1683; died young.
Abigail, b. 1685; m. Nicholas Drew.
Elener, b. 1687; m. Joseph Thomas, a welshman from Wales.
Lydia, b. 1690; m. George Partridge.
Nathaniel, b. 1692; m. in Marshfield 1725 Thankful Winslow, daughter of Nathaniel and Lydia Winslow.
Samuel, b. 1696; m. in 1719 Ruth Sprague.
Bethiah, b. 1698; m. 1718 Judah West.
Josiah, 3rd, b. 1698(?); m. in 1717 Rebecca Rose.
Isaac, b. 1700; m. in 1719 Deborah Dwelley, daughter of John and Rachel (Buck) Dwelley.
Hezekiah, b. 1702; m. in 1730 Alice Howland.
Noted events in his life were:

  • Other: Mayflower Descendent.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 34 M    i. Hezekiah Keene was born on Aug 6, 1702 in Duxbury , Plymouth, Mass and died on Dec 27, 1770 in Duxbury , Plymouth, Mass.

+ 35 M    ii. Benjamin Keene was born on Jul 26, 1682.

+ 36 F    iii. Abigail Keene was born on Apr 3, 1685 and died on Apr 22, 1715.

+ 37 F    iv. Eleanor Keene

+ 38 F    v. Lydia Keene was born about 1689.

+ 39 M    vi. Nathaniel Keene was born on Nov 11, 1692.

+ 40 F    vii. Bethiah Keene

+ 41 M    viii. Samuel Keene

+ 42 M    ix. Isaac Keene

+ 43 M    x. Josiah Keene was born on Sep 27, 1683.

  1. Kenelm Bakerwas born on Mar 23, 1658 in Marshfield Mass and died in 1712 in Marshfield Mass.

Kenelm married Sarah Bradford in 1687, daughter of Major William Bradford and Alice Richards. Sarah was born in 1671 in Plymouth, Plymouth Colony, now Plymouth County, Massachusetts and died after Oct 1705 in Marshfield Mass.

(Duplicate Line. See Person 19)

  1. Elizabeth Bakerwas born in 1661.
  2. Alice Bakerwas born in 1663.
  3. Elinor Bakerwas born in 1665.

Fourth Generation

  1. James Winslowwas born on Aug 6, 1725 in Freetown, Lincoln County, Mass, died on Nov 16, 1802 in Farmington, Franklin Co., Maine, and was buried in Farmington, Franklin, Maine.

General Notes: Excerpts from Winslow Memorial regarding James Winslow(1725-1802)
JAMES4, (James3, Job2, Kenelm1,) b. 6 Aug. 1725, Freetown, Mass.; d. 16 Nov. 1802, Farmington, Me., and was buried there. He “with his brothers, who lived in Falmouth, received a large tract of land, from their father, at Broad Bay, and moved there in 1752. His daughter Sarah was born there in 1754. They designed to remain, but the Indian troubles forced them back to Falmouth.” He and his wife and three children were among those who “set sail from Falmouth in the fall of the year, 1760, and proceeded to what was then called Dr. Gardiner’s estates at Cobbiseconte, or Gardinerstown. They were a Mr. Thomes, who was a builder of grist-mills; Benjamin Fitch, a saw-mill wright; Jacob Loud, a house carpenter; James Winslow a wheelwright; and Ezra Davis, James and Henry McCausland, and William Philbrook. They arrived in safety, with the families of Winslow, Davis, Philbrook, and the McCauslands, and run their vessel into a wide creek, formed by the mouth of the stream, which was then navigable to the sites now occupied by the saw-mills, and there, on the northern bank of the stream, the craft lay all winter. James Winslow’s wife took her little daughter Sarab, then six years old, by the hand, and went ashore, and they are the first two white females known to have set foot within the limits of Gardiner or Pittston. They immediately threw up some log huts, and passed the winter in making preparations for the coming summer. The McCauslands and Winslows occupied the same cottage, and, on the 23d of March, 1761, Jonathan Winslow was born, the first white child native in ancient Pittston. The house stood exactly where now (1852) is the Widow Esmond’s store.

James Winslow was a wheelwright by trade. and his family were among the first settlers in Gardinerston, now Pittston, Me. The Winslows and McCauslands built a log cottage which they occupied together. Jonathan Winslow, born in March, 1761, was the first child of white parentage born in that town. Mr. Winslow worked on the mill which was built in the spring following their arrival. For his labor he received a deed of ninety acres of land from Dr. Gardiner, which had been previously cleared by the Indians. It is said that this is now the north-western lot in the town of Pittston. After the completion of the mill at Gardinerston, Mr. Winslow went to Damariscotta and worked on the mill at that place. While he was away Mrs. Winslow and her daughter did all the work on the farm, such as planting corn, potatoes, etc. They took a batteau and repeatedly crossed the river and went to the Great House, owned by Dr. Gardiner, where they obtained dressing which they applied to their land, and in the fall, as a part of their crop, harvested forty bushels of corn. Mrs. Winslow, or ” Granny Winslow,” was the only physician in whom the settlers believed, and she frequently went long distances to visit the sick. When a young man, James Winslow was a drummer in a fort at Portland, but he became converted to the principles of the Friends. He carried out his Quaker principles, and refused to serve in the Revolutionary War. When his son Jonathan was drafted his father did not object, but the distress of his mother caused the lad to escape by pleading Quaker education. His son James, Jr., an early settler in Industry, was born in Pittston, April 28. 1774. In 1787 the family moved to Farmington Falls, and were among the early settlers in that town.

“James Winslow had been a drummer in a fort at Falmouth, while a young man, but he became a convert to the principles of the Society of Friends, and as such, abhorred war and all its preparations. Yet it was found necessary to erect a block-house immediately, for defence against the Indians. This was done in 1763. It was a substantial, bullet-proof fort. It stood on the side of the hill, near the site of the Universalist church. In the autumn of 1765 there was an Indian alarm. Several of the settlers heard mysterious sounds in the night, as of footsteps, and the dogs were clamorous, and one was heard to cry out as if struck. The settlers became very much alarmed, and fled to the block house. The Winslows, who then lived where Amos Lyon now (1852) dwells, fled across the river, and a Bullen family from Hallowell, and others of the settlers with them, until the settlement was entirely deserted, and thirty or forty families were congregated in the humble fort. Jonathan Winslow was then four years old. A little dark cloak was thrown around him, to make him the color of the ground, and he trotted along in the procession to the place of safety. They remained here several days. The next day all went out together well armed, and harvested Winslow’s crops, and thus they worked, with their arms, and in company, until the crops were all gathered. The alarm seemed to be false, and gradually the settlers resumed their homes again.

“James Winslow carried his Quaker principles with him and refused to serve in the Revolution; and Jonathan was once drafted and escaped serving, offering as a reason that he was educated a Quaker. James always took occasion to speak against the efforts of the Americans, though he and his son Jonathan made fifty paddles for Arnold’s expedition. He used every effort to dissuade the men of the town from entering the contest against England, which he declared was foolhardiness. When Arnold passed up the river, many of his soldiers wore on their caps the motto, ‘Liberty or Death,’ and Winslow said, ‘you’ll all get the latter.’ Without being exactly a Tory, he was evidently a prudent, careful man, who thought it not best to strive against so formidable an adversary as Great Britain. He had ‘rather bear the ills we have, than fly to others that we know not of He did not object to the drafting of Jonathan, but the tears of the mother caused the boy to offer his plea of being a Quaker.

“In the course of the Revolution there were so many roving parties constantly passing and repassing, and the Winslows were so liable to be disturbed, that they moved from the house they occupied into another in the orchard back of the house, where they remained until more peaceful times. “On one occasion in 1778-9, a British scouting party of six entered the house, and demanded food. Mrs. Winslow said she had none cooked. They then said, ‘boil us hasty pudding, or we will shoot you.’ She obeyed the order, and soon the Yankee dish was smoking on the board. Before they had quite finished their repast, the party was alarmed by an unwonted noise without, and decamped, leaving a silver spoon, which one had taken from his knapsack to eat with, and a huge iron-handled sword. The latter is now (1852) in the possession of Mrs. Lyon, [12389] the granddaughter of James Winslow, and is a venerable relic of antiquity.

In the Valuation List of 1785, we find that he had 100 acres of land, and that his property was estimated at œ72. He resided at that time in what is now Pittston “very near the Hallowell line, where is now a two story brick house.”

Who’s Anna’s parents??:
In the Winslow Memorial: James Winslow with James and Henry McCausland left Broad Bay and moved to Gardinerstown ( Pittston). The McCausland’s and Winslows occupied the same cottage. James Winslow married Anna McCausland Huston, a widow of Isaac Huston and daughter of maybe James and Sarah McCausland (per William Huston of Falmouth book).
From McCausland documents, James McCausland of Falmouth on 12/18/1729 sold part of his property to William Huston Jr. and signed by James and Mary McCausland (his wife). Which James is Anna’s father Was James married to Mary then Sarah or vice versa?

Anna “Granny” (McCausland) Huston Winslow was very energetic. She was the first white woman ashore in Pittston on 3/23/1760. She gave birth to Jonathan Winslow, the 1st white child born in Pittston. She was much relied on in case of sickess. “Granny W” was only physician in whom early settlers believed.

Henry McCausland and James McCausland were from Ireland, and had been several years in America. They were brothers, and received two settlers’ lots, comprising a part of the present village in Gardiner, and extending from the river back of the residences of Messrs. Evans, Kimball, etc.** James McCansland was drowned quite early, and those who bear the name now are mostly descendants of Henry.*
June 13, 1764, Henry McCausland received two lots on the eastern side of the river, containing 250 acres. This he sold to Benjamin Fitch, July 9,1765. He procured other land, and his descendants are numerous in this vicinity.
It is said that the McCauslands originally received the soil occupied by the centre of the village, but that Dr. Gardiner, who foresaw what the place would probably become, persuaded them to remove across the stream, where they lived for many years, on a larger, though less valuable tract than they at first owned.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Military: As A Quaker Did Not Do Military Service In The Revolutionary War; But Was A Supporter Of American Cause..
  • He was employed in Wheelwright (Grist Mill).
  • He had a residence in Bef 1752 , Freetown, Mass.
  • He had a religion in Quaker.
  • Misc: Marriage Intention 14 May 1753 In Falmouth, Cumberland, Maine.
  • He had a residence in 1752 in Broad Bay, (Portland), Maine. moved to Broad Bay (Portland) from Falmouth with his brothers for land given to them by their father
  • He had a residence in 1760 in Falmouth, Maine After Indian Troubles.

James married Anna Mccausland Huston on Jul 5, 1753 in Falmouth, Cumberland, Maine, daughter of James ? McCausland and Sarah McCausland. Anna was born in 1734 in Falmouth , Cumberland Co., Maine, died on Feb 15, 1827 in New Sharon, Franklin Co., Maine, and was buried in Farmington, Pittston, Franklin, Maine.

General Notes: Sarah and James Mccausland had a daughter, Anna who married first a Houston and then James Winslow. Anna was born 1734 and probably in Falmouth, Maine but moved to Kennebeck area/Gardiner, Maine. She was a midwife. James Winslow was son of James Winslow 1687-1773, from Freetown, Massachusetts and Job Winslow, son of Kenelm Winslow. I also have Sarah Winslow born 1754, daughter of James and Anna, marrying Ebenezer Church 1742-1810 of Farmington, Maine. A concern would be her age at first marriage and how long it lasted She is 19 at 2nd marriage

Noted events in her life were:

  • Widowed: Initially Married Isaac Huston According To Book Of Descendents Of William Huston Of Falmouth Maine
  • Misc: Marriage Intention 14 May 1753 In Falmouth, Cumberland, Maine

Children from this marriage were:

+ 44 M    i. Carpenter Winslow was born on Mar 22, 1766 in Pittston, Lincoln (now Kennebec) County, Maine, died on Nov 19, 1827 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, and was buried in 1827 in North Findley Street Cemetery, then Circle Hill cemetery.

+ 45 F    ii. Sara Winslow was born on Jul 20, 1754 in Broad Bay(Portland), Cumberland, ME, died on Apr 13, 1838 in Searsport, Waldo, Lincoln Co, ME, and was buried in Searsport, ME.

+ 46 M    iii. Jonathon Winslow was born on Mar 23, 1761 in Pittston, Kennebec, Maine and died on Nov 10, 1845 in Pittston, Kennebec, Maine.

+ 47 M    iv. John Winslow was born in 1764 in Pittston, Kennebec, Maine and died after 1805.

+ 48 F    v. Betsey Winslow was born on Jun 20, 1770 in Pittston, Kennebec Co, Maine and died in Mar 1840 in Industry, Franklin Co, ME.

+ 49 F    vi. Anna Winslow was born in 1770 in Pittston, Kennebec Co, Maine and died in Feb 1827 in (maybe Ohio)New Sharon, Franklin Co, Maine.

+ 50 M    vii. George Winslow was born about 1772 in Pittston, Kennebec Co, Maine and died in 1788 in drowned skating on Kennebec River, Maine.

+ 51 M    viii. James Winslow was born on Apr 28, 1774 in Pittston, Kennebec Co, Maine and died on Jul 22, 1844 in New Sharon, Franklin Co, Maine.

  1. Mary Winslowwas born on Jun 20, 1709 in Freetown, Bristol, Mass.
  2. Nathan Winslowwas born on Apr 1, 1713 in Freetown, Bristol, Mass and died on Nov 22, 1772 in Falmouth, Cumberland, Maine.

Nathan married Charity Hall.

  1. Job Winslowwas born on Mar 30, 1715 in Freetown, Mass and died in 1736.

Job married Margaret Barbour.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 52 F    i. Lorana Winslow

+ 53 F    ii. Ruth Winslow

  1. Benjamin Winslowwas born on Jun 19, 1717 in Freetown, Bristol, Mass and died on Apr 24, 1796 in Falmouth, Cumberland, Maine.

Benjamin married Hope Cobb in 1738. Hope was born on Mar 24, 1716 in Middleboro, Plymouth, MA and died on Mar 20, 1797 in Falmouth, Cumberland, ME.

  1. Elizabeth Winslowwas born on May 6, 1721 in Freetown, Bristol, Mass and died in 1747 in Falmouth, Cumberland, Maine.

Elizabeth married David Torrey on Oct 15, 1738 in Falmouth, Maine. David was born in 1715 and died in 1780.

  1. Sybil Winslowwas born on Oct 3, 1727 in Freetown, Bristol, Massachusetts and died on Jul 29, 1779 in Topsham, Maine.

Sybil married Samuel Staples on Dec 22, 1752 in Falmouth, Maine. Samuel was born about 1727 in Falmouth, Maine and died in 1804 in Topsham, Maine.

  1. William Winslowwas born in 1718 in Freetown, Ma and died in Ohio.

William married Elizabeth Merrick. Elizabeth was born in 1718.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 54 M    i. Luther Winslow was born in 1747 in Freetown, Ma and died in 1831 in Falls River , Ma.

  1. Abigail Bakerwas born on Dec 23, 1693 in Marshfield Mass and died on Sep 25, 1753 in Marshfield Mass.
  2. Hezekiah Keenewas born on Aug 6, 1702 in Duxbury , Plymouth, Mass and died on Dec 27, 1770 in Duxbury , Plymouth, Mass.

General Notes: Edward K. & Mildred True, and James D. True
Last update May 27, 1999
Elsie Keene, in her paper Brief History of the Keene Family wrote,
“Much of the information concerning the early Keens came from a record … kept by Hezekiah Keen, youngest son of Josiah Keen, Jr. This book was bound in board covers, hinged with iron hammered out on an anvil, and had the name Hezekiah Keen in brass letters on one side, and on the other his monogram, also in brass. The first record in it was made on 1763, but it contained information far previous to that date. … The book was passed from father to son until it came to a daughter who did not have an interest in it and who sold it for, at that time, the goodly sum of $50 to the Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants. A few leaves have been lost, but there are still 478 pages, 214 of them blank except for the page numbers.”
An excerpt from Hezekiah’s book says, “Hezekiah Keen this Book Ret by me in March ye 10th 1763 who then lived in Duxborough and then was In his Sixty first year of my age, etc.” Another excerpt, “September ye 26 Day 1770 Hezekiah Keen & Alice Keen my wife then we had all our Children to Se up at our house & there was Eleven of them all in health Bot only Alice & She was about house & all Set Down at ye table to Soper to geather & fed of hony.”
In 1761, Hezekiah Keen deeded his homestead in Duxbury to “my son Prince Keene of Duxbury, blacksmith.”
Hezekiah and his wife Alice (Howland) Keen had eleven children, all born in Duxbury:
Prince, b. 20 Feb. 1730 (in ye 7 day of ye weak a Lettel Before Day); m. Elizabeth Ford, dau. of Joseph and Hannah (Nichols) Ford.
Charles, b. 25 Jan. 1732 (in ye 5 Day of the weak a lettel Before Day); d. Providence, RI.
Mark, b. 13 March 1735 (in ye 5 Day of the weak about ye Braken of ye Day); d. 7 Jan. 1807; unmarried; lived in Bristol, ME.
Robert, b. 18 Dec. 1736 (in ye 6 Day of the weak about 11 of the Clok Before noon); m. —- Loudon.
Alice, b. 4 June 1739 (in ye 2 Day of the weak about 1 of the Clok after noon); d. 3 Oct. 1771.
Diana, b. 31 Aug 1741 (in ye 2 Day of ye weak about 11 a Clok Before noon); d. 7 March 1773.
Bethiah, b. 14 Dec. 1743 (in ye 4 Day of the weak a Lettel Before Day); d. 19 May 1781.
Hezekiah, b. 25 Sept. 1746 (in ye 5 day of the weak about Braking of Day); d. 8 Dec. 1809; m. Hannah Ford; lived in Bristol, ME.
Daniel, b. 30 Dec. 1748 (in ye 6 Day of the weak a Lettel Before Day); d. 23 July 1827; m. Lucy Freeman; lived in Bristol, ME.
Mary, b. 27 Feb. 1750 (in ye 4 Day of ye weak ye Son one our hie at night); d. at age 95 or 100; unmarried.
William, b. 8 May 1753 (in ye 3 Day of the Weak the Son about two ouers hie in ye morning); d. 16 July 1821; m. Celenah Wadsworth; lived in Bristol, ME.
Noted events in his life were:

  • Other: Mayflower Descendent Of Richard Warren.

Hezekiah married Alice Howland on Apr 10, 1730 in Newberry, MA, daughter of Prince Howland and Deborah Barker. Alice was born on Nov 12, 1709 in Duxbury , Plymouth, Mass and died on Oct 13, 1785 in Duxbury , Plymouth, Mass.

Noted events in her life were:

  • Other: Mayflower Descendent Of Richard Warren.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 55 M    i. William Keene was born on Apr 27, 1753 in Marshfield, Plymouth , MA, died on Jul 21, 1821 in Bristol, Lincoln, ME, and was buried in Keene/ Hillside Cemetery , Bremen , Lincoln Co, ME.

+ 56 M    ii. Prince Keene was born in 1730.

+ 57 M    iii. Charles Keene was born in 1732.

+ 58 M    iv. Mark Keene was born in 1735.

+ 59 M    v. Robert Keene was born in 1736.

+ 60 F    vi. Alice Keene was born in 1739.

+ 61 F    vii. Diana Keene was born in 1741.

+ 62 F    viii. Bethiah Keene was born in 1743.

+ 63 M    ix. Hezekiah Keene was born in 1746.

+ 64 M    x. Daniel Keene was born in 1748.

+ 65 F    xi. Mary Keene was born in 1750.

  1. Benjamin Keenewas born on Jul 26, 1682.

Benjamin married Deborah Barker in 1710, daughter of Robert Barker and Alice Snowe. Deborah was born on Nov 7, 1686 in Duxbury, Mass and died on Oct 7, 1736 in Duxbury, Mass.

General Notes: Here it is interesting to note that Prince’s widow, Deborah, married Benjamin Keen, older brother of Hezekiah, the husband of her daughter,Alice. This made her not only Hezekiah’s mother-in-law but also his sister-in-law. This does not seem odd when one realizes that Benjamin was 20 years older than Hezekiah, Benjamin being the first born of the eleven children of Josiah and Lydia Keen and Hezekiah being the last born.

Noted events in her life were:

  • Other: Mayflower Descendent Of Richard Warren.
  1. Abigail Keenewas born on Apr 3, 1685 and died on Apr 22, 1715.
  2. Eleanor Keene
  3. Lydia Keenewas born about 1689.
  4. Nathaniel Keenewas born on Nov 11, 1692.
  5. Bethiah Keene
  6. Samuel Keene
  7. Isaac Keene
  8. Josiah Keenewas born on Sep 27, 1683.

Fifth Generation

  1. Carpenter Winslowwas born on Mar 22, 1766 in Pittston, Lincoln (now Kennebec) County, Maine, died on Nov 19, 1827 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, and was buried in 1827 in North Findley Street Cemetery, then Circle Hill cemetery.

General Notes: With nine sons and no daughters, Carpenter and Elizabeth adopted Lydia Smith who eventually married a man named Henry Smith

The family of Carpenter Winslow, who came from first Pittston, then Wiscasset, then Bristol Maine, in 1818, were the first to settle in what is now Gaskill township which occupies the southeastern corner of Jefferson county, PA. . They cleared the land and made the first improvements. The family of Carpenter Winslow, who came from Maine, in 1818, were the first to settle the old homestead in what is now Gaskill (then Perry Township)township, Jefferson County Pa. They cleared the land and made the first improvements. Leaving Maine where Carpenter owned a shipyard they came to Gaskill Township by way of the Chesapeake Bay and the West Branch of the Susquehanna River.

They were early pioneers to Elk County. Natives of Maine, they came to Clearfield County, PA. in 1820. They lived there one year, then went to Punxsutawney, PA until 1828, when they removed to Benezette Township, Elk County. They apparently endured many hardships incident to pioneer life, bringing all their provisions in a canoe from Lock Haven (a distance of 75 miles), taking two and a half days to push the canoe up the stream.

It is said he first made a temporary location in Clearfield County in 1819 at which time he purchased his farm in what is now Gaskill Township and after erecting buildings settled there in 1821. Was the first family to settle in Gaskill Township which was then dense wilderness and the had to undergo many privations. They found healthy climate and where soil thought hard to clear was productive and soon had grain and feed . and with surrounding forests and streams had game and fish . One difficulty was to carry gain 20 plus miles to a mill. Soon Dr John W Jenks came and so did the Bowers family. approximately 1818, Carpenter and Elizabeth Colburn Winslow and their extended families traveled from Maine on the Atlantic Ocean to the Chesapeake Bay; to the Susquehanna River; and following the West Branch of the Susquehanna arrived in Clearfield, PA. Here Carpenter built a bridge across the Susquehanna, and after a short time, the families moved overland to Gaskill Township, just outside Punxsutawney, PA, where they established a homestead. In 1828, Carpenter Winslow, Jr. and his wife, Beulah Keene Winslow, along with his brothers, Reuben and Ebenezer Winslow, moved on to what is now Winslow Hill in Benezette, Elk County, PA.

By His Excellency Samuel Adams, Esquire,
Governor and Commander in Chief of the
Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

To Carpenter Winslow, Gentleman, Greeting
You being appointed Lieutenant of a Company in the Cavalry of the Second Brigade, Eighth Division of the Militia of this Commonwealth.
By Virtue of the Power vested in me, I do by these Presents, (reposing Special Trust and Confidence in your Ability, Courage and good Conduct) COMMISSION you accordingly: —-
You are therefore, carefully and diligently to discharge the Duty of Lieutenant
in Leading, Ordering and Exercising said Company in Arms, both inferior Officers and Soldiers; and to keep them in good Order and Discipline: And they are hereby commanded to obey you as their Lieutenant. And you are yourself to observe and follow such Orders and Instructions, as you shall from Time to Time receive from me, or your superior Officers.
GIVEN under my Hand, and the Seal of said Commonwealth, the first Day of November in the Year of our LORD, 1796 and in the twenty- first Year of the Independence of the United States of AMERICA.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He was employed in Ship Builder.
  • He had a residence in Lincoln county:Pittston(now Kennebec Co), Wiscasset; Bristol Maine.
  • Politics: “Carpenter Was A Little Inclined To Toryism Though He Had The Prudence To Remain Quiet”.
  • Misc: Not Married In The 9 April 1788 Date Is Probably The Intention Date.
  • Misc: Shipbuilder in Maine. Farmer in PA. Built the large Winslow Home in Hudson Village, Gaskill Twp., now occupied by descendant John Dougherty and wife Evelyn.
  • He appeared on the ME Early Census Index census in 1781 in Pittston, Kennebec Co, Maine.
  • He appeared on the census in 1790 in Pittston, Lincoln, Maine. 1 male over 16 (Carpenter); 1 male under 16(Charles); 1 female (Elizabeth)
  • He appeared on the census in 1790 in Pittston, Lincoln Co Me. Carpenter (Sr), wife- Elizabeth Colburn and son George assuming
  • Military: 1796. An American Revolutionary Soldier (DAR); Commissioned A Lt In The State Militia In 1796 Which Was Signed By Samuel Adams. commander 2nd brigade 8th division James Winslow and his son Carpenter gave civil and mili- tary service
  • He appeared on the census in 1800 in Pittston, Kennebec Co, Maine. Carpenter ; 7 sons; Elizabeth, 1 daughter
  • Misc: 1808, From “Native Soil” Manuscripts Supposedly- Carpenter Winslow Of Down east Maine- Bristol To Appear before Justice Of Peace Indenture. Also Names Were William Carpenter And Robert Huston- I Assume Related In Some Family Way.
  • He was involved in a court case in 1808 in Bristol Maine. Per native Soil Manuscripts: In this deed, Carpenter Winslow of Bristol in downeast Maine is ordered to appear in the Justice of the Peace’s chamber to facea “stiff” penealy (rest of story not available) includes Carpenter Winslow, William Carpenter, and Robert Huston)
  • He was involved in a court case in 1809 in Bristol Maine. A depsosition in which the Justice of the Peace attests that two men, Carpenter Winslow ( a shipwirght) and George Yeats ( a yeoman) “acknowledge themselves to be severly indebted to William Day and Mark Welch( blacksmiths)
  • He appeared on the census in 1810 in Lincoln, Bristol, Maine. Carpenter, 9 sons; elizabeth, 1 daughter and one additional male (26-44 yrs) who could that be
  • He was involved in a court case in Jun 1812 in Bristol, Kennebec Co, Maine. Carpenter Winslow in Supreme Judicial Court Cause Debt
  • Moved: 1817. Carpenter and three sons setteld about five miles east of Punxsutawney , Carpenter having purchased about 400 acrres from the Holland Land Company. son James purchased about 40 acres in Punxsutawney soon after Dr J Jenks arrived. Carpenter supposedly built more vessella ftrom 1781-1815 than anyone else in Maine.
  • Misc: 1818, Perry Township, Jefferson Co. PA. No Winslows on taxable assessment for Perry Twoship in 1818 – the year Perry was started
  • Residence 2: 1819. Settled With Family In Punxsutawney (Jefferson County); Purchased A Farm In Gaskill Township In 1821- Built the large Winslow Home in Hudson Village, Gaskill Twp., now occupied by descendant John Winslow Dougherty and wife Evelyn (check 1930 Gaskill Twp census).
  • He appeared on the census in 1820 in Perry Township, Jefferson Co, Pa. Carpenter Sr, wife Elizabeth and daughter Lydia assumed ( Carpenter Jr in Bristol Lincoln Co, Me census)
  • He appeared on the census in 1820 in Perry Township, Jefferson Co, Pa.
  • He appeared on the census in 1823 in Perry Township, Jefferson Co, Pa. In 1823, according to the “Collector’s Duplicate for the Township,” Charles C. Gaskill, being collector, there were the following taxables in Perry township: including among others – Carpenter Winslow, jr., Carpenter Winslow, sr., James Winslow, Reuben Winslow
  • Rolls: Taxable List of Young Township, 1826. included Carpenter Winslow Sr, James Winslow, Carpenter Winslow Jr, Ebenezer Winslow; Charles Winslow; ReubenWinslow; Caleb Winslow (single man)

Carpenter married Elizabeth Betsy Colburn on Jun 8, 1788 in Pittston, Kennebec, ME, daughter of Reuben Colburn and Elizabeth Lewis. Elizabeth was born on May 29, 1768 in Pittston , Lincoln (now Kennebec) Co, Maine, died on Jul 11, 1845 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, and was buried in 1845 in North Findley Street Cemetery, then Circle Hill cemetery.

General Notes: From Bertha Colburn memoirs: When Benedict Arnold stayed at our house waiting for the bateaux to be made ready he took Major Colburn’s oldest daughter, Elizabeth, aged seven, on his knee as he sat in front of the open fire and commented on her fairness. When Elizabeth was grown she married a Winslow and went to Pennsylvania to live. She had nine sons and one of the family wrote to Cousin Sue that they celebrate in remembrance of her.

Noted events in her life were:

  • She appeared on the census in 1830 in Jefferson Co, PA. Elizabeth with 2 females and 3 males–may include married child and family (husband Carpenter died 1827)

Children from this marriage were:

+ 66 M    i. Carpenter Winslow was born on Jan 3, 1793 in Pittston, Lincoln(now Kennebec), Maine, died on Dec 20, 1875 in Benezette, Elk Co., PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Winslow Hill , Benezette, PA.

+ 67 M    ii. Reuben Colburn Winslow was born on Jun 28, 1796 in Pittston, Kennebec Co, ME, died on Aug 26, 1871 in Westport Near Cooks Run, Clinton Co., PA, and was buried in Highland Cemetery, Lock Haven, PA.

+ 68 M    iii. Honorable Ebenezer EBEN Colburn Winslow was born on Jun 8, 1800 in Pittston, Kennebec, ME, died on Jul 18, 1868 in Coleta, Genessee Township, Whiteside Co, IL, and was buried in Genesee Grove Central Cemetery, Genesee Twp., Whiteside Co., IL.

+ 69 M    iv. Joseph Wood Winslow Esq was born on Dec 10, 1804 in Wiscasset, Lincoln, Maine, died on May 8, 1894 in Winslow Homestead, Hudson Village, Gaskill Township, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Township, Punxsutawney PA.

+ 70 M    v. James Winslow was born on Apr 14, 1798 in Pittston , Kennebec, Maine, died on May 7, 1893 in Clayville/ Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Punxsutawney PA.

+ 71 M    vi. George Winslow was born on Apr 24, 1791 in Pittston. ME, died on Jan 12, 1851 in New York City, NY, and was buried in Family plot at Mount Auburn, probably near Boston, MA..

+ 72 M    vii. David Winslow was born on Sep 10, 1794 in Pittston. ME and died after 1816 in Africa.

+ 73 M    viii. Caleb Smith Winslow was born on Oct 2, 1802 in Wiscasset, Lincoln, ME and died in 1844 on Mississippi River.

+ 74 M    ix. Capt. Charles Winslow was born on May 30, 1789 in Pittston, Kennebec Co, Maine, died about 1839 near Strait Of Gilbralter As Sea Captain, and was buried in Neutral Burying Ground.

+ 75 F    x. Lydia Smith Winslow was born circa 1814 in Maine and died after 1870 in Bell, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

  1. Sara Winslowwas born on Jul 20, 1754 in Broad Bay(Portland), Cumberland, ME, died on Apr 13, 1838 in Searsport, Waldo, Lincoln Co, ME, and was buried in Searsport, ME.

Sara married Ebenezer Church circa Oct 1770, son of Jonathon Church and Unknown. Ebenezer was born in 1742 in Dover, Strafford, New Hampshire and died on Jul 23, 1810 in Hallowell, Maine.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 76 F    i. Charity Church was born on Aug 7, 1770 and died in Oct 1804.

+ 77 M    ii. Jonathon Church was born from Feb 23, 1772 to 1703 and died in Canada.

+ 78 M    iii. William Church was born on Feb 23, 1775 in ME and died on May 25, 1820 in Ohio.

+ 79 M    iv. James Church was born on Sep 6, 1779 in ME.

+ 80 F    v. Anna Church was born in 1782.

+ 81 M    vi. John Church was born in 1784.

+ 82 M    vii. Silas Church was born in Jun 1786.

+ 83 F    viii. Sarah Church was born in Jun 1786.

+ 84 F    ix. Mary Church was born in 1788.

+ 85 M    x. Jacob Church was born in 1790.

+ 86 M    xi. Stephen Church was born in 1792.

+ 87 M    xii. George Church was born in 1794.

+ 88 F    xiii. Abigail Church was born on Feb 15, 1777 in ME and died in Ohio.

  1. Jonathon Winslowwas born on Mar 23, 1761 in Pittston, Kennebec, Maine and died on Nov 10, 1845 in Pittston, Kennebec, Maine.

Jonathon married Hannah Turbox on Nov 26, 1789 in Pittston, Maine. Hannah was born in 1764 in Saco, ME and died on Nov 17, 1855 in Pittston , Kennebec, Maine.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 89 F    i. Elizabeth Winslow was born in 1790.

  1. John Winslowwas born in 1764 in Pittston, Kennebec, Maine and died after 1805.

John married Sarah Baker. Sarah was born about 1770 in Pittston, Kennebec Co, Maine and died after 1805.

  1. Betsey Winslowwas born on Jun 20, 1770 in Pittston, Kennebec Co, Maine and died in Mar 1840 in Industry, Franklin Co, ME.

Betsey married Rev John Thompson. Rev was born on Jun 26, 1765 in Ireland and died on May 17, 1836.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Misc: Betsey,* b. 1768, m. Rev. John Thompson. He was representative to Boston from Industry, and was in the State Senate in its first session in Portland. He d. 1820, and left children.
  1. Anna Winslowwas born in 1770 in Pittston, Kennebec Co, Maine and died in Feb 1827 in (maybe Ohio)New Sharon, Franklin Co, Maine.

Anna married Eleazor Crowell. Eleazor was born in 1771 and died in 1825.

  1. George Winslowwas born about 1772 in Pittston, Kennebec Co, Maine and died in 1788 in drowned skating on Kennebec River, Maine.
  2. James Winslowwas born on Apr 28, 1774 in Pittston, Kennebec Co, Maine and died on Jul 22, 1844 in New Sharon, Franklin Co, Maine.

James married Betsy Willard in 1796 in Farmington, Maine. Betsy was born on Aug 19, 1772 in Lancaster, Worcester Co, Massachusetts and died on May 4, 1849 in New Sharon, Franklin Co, Maine.

  1. Lorana Winslow
  2. Ruth Winslow
  3. Luther Winslowwas born in 1747 in Freetown, Ma and died in 1831 in Falls River , Ma.

Luther married someone

His child was:

+ 90 M    i. William Winslow was born circa 1785 in Freetown, Ma and died before 1827.

  1. William Keenewas born on Apr 27, 1753 in Marshfield, Plymouth , MA, died on Jul 21, 1821 in Bristol, Lincoln, ME, and was buried in Keene/ Hillside Cemetery , Bremen , Lincoln Co, ME.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Military: Rev. War Soldier–Mass.–W26746 Captain Caleb Turners Company, Col. Bond’s Regiment, Private, Mass Line; Seacoast Role(7-12/1775);William Applied In 1820 And Widow Celana Applied 9/19/1838 For Rev War Pension From Kennebec, ME Age 72.
  • He was employed in Farmer.
  • He had a religion in Church Of Christ.
  • Other: 1820, Per Rev War Pension, His Estate Included 100 Acres Of Land(50 Acres Fully Mortgaged); House And Bard; 2 Oxen; 4 Cows; 2 Horses; 15 Sheep; 2 Swine.
  • Other: Mayflower Descendent Of Richard Warren.

William married Celenah Wadsworth on Apr 27, 1784 in Duxbury, Plymouth, MA, daughter of Wait Wadsworth and Abigail Bradford. Celenah was born on Dec 9, 1764 in Duxbury, Plymouth, Mass, died on May 29, 1848 in Bristol, Lincoln, ME, and was buried on May 29, 1848 in Keene/ Hillside Cemetery , Bremen , Lincoln, ME.

Noted events in her life were:

  • Other: Mayflower Descendent Of William Bradford, Thomas Rogers, John Alden, Priscella Mullins, William Mullins, Richard Warren, William Brewster.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 91 F    i. Beulah (Elizabeth) Keene was born on Jan 3, 1796 in Breman (Old Bristol) , Lincoln, Maine, died on May 16, 1864 in Benezette, Elk Co, PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Winslow Hill , Benezette, PA.

+ 92 F    ii. Lydia F Keene was born on Sep 24, 1788, died on Jul 4, 1851, and was buried in Keene/ Hillside Cemetery , Bremen , Lincoln Co, ME.

+ 93 M    iii. Wait Wadsworth Keene was born on Jun 6, 1790, died on Nov 18, 1866, and was buried in Keene/ Hillside Cemetery , Bremen , Lincoln Co, ME.

+ 94 M    iv. Robert Keene was born on Feb 6, 1792, died on Apr 14, 1799, and was buried in Keene/ Hillside Cemetery , Bremen , Lincoln Co, ME.

  1. Prince Keenewas born in 1730.
  2. Charles Keenewas born in 1732.
  3. Mark Keenewas born in 1735.
  4. Robert Keenewas born in 1736.
  5. Alice Keenewas born in 1739.
  6. Diana Keenewas born in 1741.
  7. Bethiah Keenewas born in 1743.
  8. Hezekiah Keenewas born in 1746.
  9. Daniel Keenewas born in 1748.
  10. Mary Keenewas born in 1750.

Sixth Generation

  1. Carpenter Winslowwas born on Jan 3, 1793 in Pittston, Lincoln(now Kennebec), Maine, died on Dec 20, 1875 in Benezette, Elk Co., PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Winslow Hill , Benezette, PA.

General Notes: Carpenter and Beulah had 10 boys and 4 girls. They were early pioneers to Elk County. Natives of Maine, they came to Clearfield County, PA in 1821. They lived one year there, then went to Punxsutawney, PA until 1828, when they moved to Benezette Township, Elk County. They apparently endured many hardships incident to pioneer life, bringing all their provisions in a canoe from Lock Haven ( a distance of 75 miles), taking two and a half days to push the canoe up the stream. Carpenter chose a small farm about a quarter mile east of Benezette. Carpenter had a son George who gave his name to Winslow Hill before he died in 1905. Carpenter raised his family on a 600 acre farm in Benezette. The cemetery on Winslow Hill is a part of this farm. Winslow Hill is the most scenic spot in the Benezette area because of the view from the top of the hill. In approximately 1818, Carpenter and Elizabeth Colburn Winslow and their extended families traveled from Maine on the Atlantic Ocean to the Chesapeake Bay; to the Susquehanna River; and following the West Branch of the Susquehanna arrived in Clearfield, PA. Here Carpenter built a bridge across the Susquehanna, and after a short time, the families moved overland to Gaskill Township, just outside Punxsutawney, PA, where they established a homestead. In 1828, Carpenter Winslow, Jr. and his wife, Beulah Keene Winslow, along with his brothers, Reuben and Ebenezer Winslow, moved on to what is now Winslow Hill in Benezette, Elk County, PA.

He was elected supervisor in the first Benezette Township elections of 1846. In 1844 was listed a resident taxpayer of Jay township along with Reuben , E.C. and Charles Winslow. Carpenter and Beulah lived with son George during the latter years of their life.

From Winslow Memorial CARPENTER, [12447] (Carpenter, James, James, Job, Kenelm) b. 3 Ian. 1798, Pittston, Kennebec Co., Me.; m. Bristol, Lincoln Co., Me., 25 May, 1817, Beulah Keene, b. 3 .Jan. 1796, Bristol, daughter. of William and Celana (Wadsworth) of B. She died 16 May, 1863, Benezette, Elk Co., Pa., and was buried there. Mr. W. is also deceased. Ship carpenter. Res. Pittston, Wiscasset, and Bristol, Me.; removed to Pennsylvania in 1821, and, in 1873, he resided Benezette, Pa.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He was employed in Ship Carpenter; Farmer(600 Acres In Benezette).
  • He had a residence in Pittston, Wiscasset; Bristol Maine.
  • Marriage: May 25, 1817, Bristol Maine. Carpenter Winslow and Beulah Keen
    By Sullivan Hardy, Esq
  • He appeared on the census in 1820 in Bristol, Lincoln Co ME. Carpenter Jr, wife Beulah, Charles, George, and one female over 45 yrs (probably Carpenter’s maternal grandmother Elizabeth Colburn whose husband Reuben died in 1818 She died 1821 in Bristol ME)
  • Moved: per Winslow Memorial, Abt 1821, From Maine To PA;. Probably Induced To Move To Benezett From Punxatawney Because Of Cheap Land Which Was Good For Farming And Lumbering
  • He had a residence in 1823. In 1823, according to the “Collector’s Duplicate for the Township,” Charles C. Gaskill, being collector, there were the following taxables in Perry township: including among others – Carpenter Winslow, jr., Carpenter Winslow, sr., James Winslow, Reuben Winslow
  • He appeared on the census in 1830 in Gibson, Clearfield, PA With Large Family. Carpenter, Charles, George, Eben, John,Joshua; Beulah his wife, Selina Brother Ebenezer and family there also
  • He appeared on the census in 1840 in Jay, Clearfield, PA. Carpenter, 7 males, wife, 3 daughters
  • Public service: 1846, Constable, Supervisor Of Benezette.
  • He appeared on the census in 1850 in Benezette Township, Elk Pa. Carpenter- Farmer, Beulah, Selina Ray, , Wadsworth, Reuben, Thomas B, Sophia
  • He appeared on the census in 1860 in Benezette, Elk , Pa. Carpenter In 1860 Living With Son Eben In Benezette (Wife Beulah Living With Son George In Benezette)
  • He appeared on the census in 1870 in Benezette , Elk, PA. In Benezette Living With Son George( no longer living with son Eben who died )
  • Other: 1873. Residing In Benezette, PA per Winslow Memorial
  • He died on Dec 18, 1875 in Benezette, Elk, Pennsylvania. Per T Caddon: Carpenter Winslow is buried at Mt Pleasant/Winslow Hill. Dec 18, 1875 based on Winslow family reunion invitation in the early 1900’s. There is no other record of his death date The Mayflower Society accepted this death date. Victoria Winslow said Carpenter was buried next to Beulah but there is no tombstone. .It looks like there may have been a stone post there at one time, but it may have broken off.

Carpenter married Beulah (Elizabeth) Keene on May 25, 1817 in Bristol , Lincoln , Maine, daughter of William Keene and Celenah Wadsworth. Beulah was born on Jan 3, 1796 in Breman (Old Bristol) , Lincoln, Maine, died on May 16, 1864 in Benezette, Elk Co, PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Winslow Hill , Benezette, PA.

Noted events in her life were:

  • Other: Mayflower Descendent(Via Wadsworth Line) Of William Bradford, Thomas Rogers, John Alden, Priscella Mullins, William Mullins, Richard Warren, William Brewster.
  • She appeared on the census in 1860 in Benezette , Pa. Living With Son George In Benezette ( Husband Living With Son Eben)
  • She has conflicting birth information of Dec 28, 1795.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 95 M    i. Charles Keene Winslow was born on Jan 23, 1818 in Bristol, Lincoln Co; Maine, died on Apr 4, 1869 in Benezette, Elk Co., PA, and was buried in 1869 in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

+ 96 M    ii. George Wait “Bach” Winslow was born on May 25, 1820 in Bristol, Lincoln, Maine, died on Oct 1, 1904 in Mt Pleasant, Benezette, Elk, PA, and was buried on Oct 3, 1904 in Mt Pleasant- Winslow Hill Cemetery, Benezette, Elk Co, PA.

He never married and had no children

+ 97 M    iii. Ebenezer EBEN Winslow was born on May 11, 1823 in Jefferson Co , PA, died on Feb 8, 1863 in Benezette, , Elk, PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant- Winslow Hill Cemetery, Benezette, Elk Co, PA.

+ 98 M    iv. Reuban Colburn Winslow was born on Sep 4, 1834 in Benezette, Clearfield Co. PA and died on Feb 18, 1879 in Benezette, Elk, PA.

+ 99 M    v. Joshua “James” Wadsworth Winslow was born on Jul 5, 1826 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co., PA, died on Apr 4, 1889 in Winslow Hill, Benezette, Elk, PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

+ 100 M    vi. Col Thomas Hart Benton Winslow was born on Nov 26, 1836 in Benezette, Pa, died on Jul 5, 1876 in Benezette PA, and was buried in Winslow Hill Cemetery, Benezette PA.

He never married and had no children

+ 101 M    vii. William Keene Winslow was born on Sep 25, 1821 in Jefferson Co., PA and died on Apr 19, 1830 in Benezette, Clearfield Co, Pa.

+ 102 M    viii. John Walden Winslow was born on Jan 2, 1825 in Jefferson Co, PA, died on Apr 27, 1910 in Boise, Ada County, Idaho, and was buried in Morris Hill Cemetery , Boise, ID.

+ 103 F    ix. Selina Elizabeth Winslow was born on Jun 17, 1830 in Benezette, Clearfield Co., PA, died on Oct 29, 1909 in Newport, Penobscot Co., Maine, and was buried in Riverside Cemetery In Newport, ME.

+ 104 F    x. Lydia Keene Winslow was born on Nov 10, 1831 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died on Jan 31, 1913 in Harrisburg, Dauphin Co, Pennsylvania.

+ 105 F    xi. Abigail Sophia Winslow was born on Jul 7, 1838 in Benezette PA, died on Feb 16, 1923 in Punxsutawney, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (2nd Level, Row 18).

+ 106 M    xii. Child Winslow was born on Jan 9, 1828 and died on Jan 23, 1828.

  1. Reuben Colburn Winslowwas born on Jun 28, 1796 in Pittston, Kennebec Co, ME, died on Aug 26, 1871 in Westport Near Cooks Run, Clinton Co., PA, and was buried in Highland Cemetery, Lock Haven, PA.

General Notes: Reuben Colburn Winslow came to Benezette with his brothers- Carpenter and Ebenezer, – ( brother James and Joseph stayed in the Punxsutawney area) before 1830 and is considered the official founder of the Town and Township of Benezette. He became an extensive landowner by purchasing several hundred acres of land in and near Benezette- located from Spring and Trout Runs to Austern’s and Dent’s Runs.
Reuben and his brothers operated their lumbering business along the Bennett’s Branch lands.
The coal veins – called the Winslow Colliery- in this area were among the first and the best. He was also a prominent merchant and one of Elk County’s first commissioners in 1843. On April 26, 1871 Reuben C Winslow was killed in a train wreck near Cook’s Run between Philadelphia and Benezette. Being on business for his railroad- the Winslow Colliery Railroad- at the time, he was the first one to be rescued. However realizing himself he was too badly wounded he told the rescuers to try and instead save the lives of the other passengers. Benezette’s first election was held in February 1846. E. E. Winslow was chosen Justice, Carpenter Winslow as Supervisor; R. C. Winslow as school director; Charles Winslow as fence viewer. The first coal veins that were worked were the Winslow’s at the location where Spring Run empties into Trout Run. In 1870 one of Benezette’s lumberman was D. B. Winslow. Also in 1870 the “Winslow” hotel was in business. The best known farming area early in Benezette was Winslow Hill.

From Winslow Memorial REUBEN’, [12449] (Carpenter, James, James*, Job*, Kenelm,) b. 28 June, 1796, Pittston, Kennebec Co., Me.; was killed on the railroad, near Lock Haven, Clinton Co., Pa., 26 Aug. 1871; m. Curwensville, Clearfield Co., Pa., 15 Nov. 1818, Elizabeth Collins, b. 16 July, 1800, on the Atlantic Ocean, between Ireland and the United States, daughter. of Robert and Nancy (Coyle) of Dublin, Ireland. Farmer and lumberman. Res. Clearfield, Chester, Benezette, Elk Co., Pa. 1873, she res. Lock Haven, Clinton Co., Pa.

Obituary Aug 31, 1871 Lock Haven Paper The funeral of Reuben Winslow Esq., who was killed by the late collision, took place yesterday in Lock Haven. Deceased was born in Gardiner, Maine and was 75 years of age. He resided for many years in Clearfield County where he was owner of much real estate. Lat—– he resided in Lock Haven with his daughter, Mrs B Rush Petrikin.

Another article in same paper same day Lock Haven .
Killed: R C Brown and Reuben Winslow of Lock Haven, passengers…….
Wounded:…………..
The passenger train was running—thirty five miles an hour and the —–about eighteen. They collided at——-consequently when at full speed. The — and smoking cars were telescoped back—- in the rear cars escaped. Three men—–on the smoking car, anticipating— suit, immediately threw themselves– floor of the car and escaped injury.
After the bodies were brought to—- inquest was commences and continue– day to day, and on Tuesday the following verdict was rendered:

Excerpts from the Winslow Colliery Railroad by Samuel King
The story of the Winslow Colliery Railroad which was intended as a link in a transcontinental system by English capitalists is a fascinating chapter in the history of this region. The story was originally by Herman MacMinn whose father was chief engineer of the ill -started project.
The Winslow family originally came to Pennsylvania at an early date from the state of Maine. Of the four brothers James settled near Punxsutawney and Carpenter, Ebenezer, and Reuben came to Bennett’s Valley before 1830. Carpenter choose a small farm about a quarter mile ease of Benezette, Reuben became the founder of the community of Benezette, and Ebenezer lived a mile west where Julius Jones later did. Carpenter had a son named George who gave his name to Winslow Hill before he died in 1905. Eben and his family went west in 1858.
Reuben became an extensive landowner, and the Pennsylvania Archives list purchases made by him and his brother Eben as early as 1833 and 1837. Shortly after these dates, surveys were made up the Bennett’s Branch and Trout Run for the Sunbury and Eric Railroad. Again in 1855 a second survey was made, and Reuben Winslow had high expectations that his coal and timber would soon have a way to reach urban markets. To his disappointment , the railroad was built up Driftwood Branch to Emporium. His first thought was to build a sixteen mile spur to the Philadelphia and Eric (as the railroad was now called) at Driftwood. With the legal assistance of his son-in-law, Rush Petrikin, an attorney at Bellafonte and perhaps the only graduate of West Point from Benezette Township. Winslow applied in 1862 to the legislature for a charter. Under the provisions of this incorporation , the Winslow Colliery Railroad was capitalized at $200,000. Before work could begin on construction, however, other events altered the original purpose of this project.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He appeared on the Census census in 1820 in Lawrence Township(Clearfield), Clearfield Co, Pa. Can’t find Reuben C Winslow in 1820 but based on Robert Collins his father in law in 1820 Lawrence Twp Clearfield Co census with a large faimily Reuben may have been living with him after getting married in 1818 to his daughter And in 1830 Robert Collins has much smaller family in census in Clearfield, Clearfield Co
  • He had a residence in 1823. In 1823, according to the “Collector’s Duplicate for the Township,” Charles C. Gaskill, being collector, there were the following taxables in Perry township: including among others – Carpenter Winslow, jr., Carpenter Winslow, sr., James Winslow, Reuben Winslow
  • Public service: Register of Wills- Clearfield County Pa, 1824-1825, Gibson Township , Clearfield County Pa. 1824-Register of Wills- Clearfield County Pa 1825-prothonotary Clearfield Co
  • He had a residence on Jan 3, 1825 in Clearfield Town, Clearfield Co, Pa. per deed of Clearfield Town
  • He had a residence on Jun 24, 1826 in Clearfield Town, Clearfield Co, Pa. per deeds was of Town of Clearfield , Clearfield county Pa
  • Moved: Abt 1830-1832, Benezette, Gibson Township, Clearfield Co Pa. Came To Bennetts Valley With Three Brothers around this time Carpenter and Ebenezer in 1830 Gibson Township census. Elizabeth and Reuben’s family in 1830 Clearfield Town census. Can’t find Reuben exactly-
  • He appeared on the census in 1830 in Clearfield, Clearfield Co, Pa. Reuben’s family listed under Elizabeth but not Reuben Neighbor is Elizabeth’s parents Robert Collins
  • He had a residence on Aug 20, 1831 in Clearfield Town, Clearfield Co, Pa. per deed Reuben and Elizabeth of Clearfield Town
  • Land Purchase: 1833-1839, Benezette , Clearfield County, Pa. Winslow, Reuben & Ebenezer C., 100 acres, March 4, 1833. Winslow, R. & E., 275 acres, Aug. 15, 1838. Winslow, Reuben, 200 acres, March 20, 1839. Winslow, Reuben, 60 acres, April 24, 1839. Winslow, Reuben, 225 acres, Aug. 3, 1839.
  • He appeared on the census in 1840 in Benezette, Jay Township, Elk Co, Pa. Reuben, wife, and 2 sons
  • He appeared on the census in 1840 in Jay Township, Clearfield Co, Pa. Reuben with 2 sons, and wife
  • Other: Cir 1843, Benezette, , Elk, PA. Considered Founder Of Benezette Township And Town
  • Other: 1844, Jay Township, Elk County, PA. Resident taxpayers listed were Reuben, Carpenter, E. C. and Charles Winslow; and R, C. Winslow as an owner of a grist mill and sawmill.
  • Public service: 1846, One Of Elk County’s First Commissioners; Benezette Supervisor; School Director; Clerk.
  • He appeared on the census in 1850 in Benezette PA, Reuben, Elizabeth, Reuben , Adeline, Robert Collins , Ann Collins( Robert And Ann Born In Ireland Elizabeth’s Parents). Reuben, Elizabeth, Reuben , Adeline, Robert Collins , Ann Collins( Robert And Ann Born In Ireland Elizabeth’s Parents)
  • He appeared on the census in 1860 in Benezette, Elk Co, PA. Reuben(64 Maine), Eliza(60 born at sea) ,BROTHER JAMES(60 Maine carpenter), Charles H(21 Pa) , R C(39 Pa) Brother James’s wife died in 1847 he must have decided to live with Reuben; Lumberman; Extensive Landowner; Prominent Merchant;Coal Mines- Winslow Colliery And Railroad ; real estate valued at $60,000 / personal estate at $1,000.
  • He had a residence in 1869 in Lock Haven, Clinton Co, Pa. per deed record of land in Benezette from Reuben to George Winslow. States Reuben and wife Elizabeth were of Lock Haven Clinton Co Pa. Also obit of son David Brunson Winslow states Reuben was of Loch Haven. Some of the children lived in Lock Haven also and he is bureid there after train accident Wife Elizabeth is buried there also. He may have moved to Lock Haven based on business and family interests.
  • He had a residence on Feb 16, 1869 in Lock Haven , Clinton Co., PA. per Benezette deed to George Winslow , Reuben and wife Elizabeth of Lock Haven Pa
  • He appeared on the census in 1870 in Jay Township, Clearfield Co, Pa. Retired Lumberman, Real Estate Worth $200, 000, living as a boarder with John Miller family Elizabeth in Lock Haven census
  • He appeared on the census in 1870 in Lock Haven , Clinton Co., PA. This Reuben Winslow 76 yrs b NY with a Mrs Winslow confusing
  • Patent: US Patent, May 23, 1871, Lock Haven, Clinton Co, Pa. Reuben C Winslow of Lock Haven and Reuben C Petrikin invented a new and improved railroad car running gear and submitted the patent 115261
  • Politics: Apr 1828. Reuben was a County commissioner in April 1828 when the Snow Shoe and Packersville turnpike was incorporated.

Reuben married Elizabeth Collins on Nov 15, 1818 in Curwensville, Clearfield, PA, daughter of Robert Collins and Nancy Ann Coyle. Elizabeth was born on Jul 16, 1800 in Born On Atlantic Ocean Coming From Ireland; Parents Born In Ireland, died on Jun 28, 1890 in Fairview Street, Lock Haven, Clinton Co, Pa, and was buried in 1890 in Highland Cemetery, Lock Haven, PA.

General Notes: Obituary July 6, 1890 Mrs. Elizabeth Winslow , wife of the late Reuben Winslow died on Saturday at the residence of O D Satterlee on Fairview Street ages 89 years 11 months and 18 days. Mrs. Winslow leaves two daughters, Mrs O D Satterlee of this city and Mrs R M Winslow of Los Angeles Cal and one son David B Winslow of Punxsutawney, Pa. One daughter Mrs. B. Rush Petrikin being dead. She leaves a number of grandchildren among them Mrs. D F Good of this city and also several great grandchildren among whom are Rush and Grafius Petrikin of this city and the children of Mrs. D G Good. The deceased lady’s husband the late Reuben Winslow was killed in a railroad wreck at Westport about 16 years ago.

Noted events in her life were:

  • She was buried in Highland Cemetery Loch Haven Pa. living in Loch Haven as of 1869 Some children living there also
  • She has conflicting death information of Loch Haven , Clinton Co., PA.
  • She appeared on the census in 1830 in Clearfield, Clearfield Co, Pa. Elizabeth Winslow with 3 daughters and 2 sons. Neighbors to Robert Collin(g)s family – her parents Robert and Nancy with 2 females and young male ( maybe Hiram- Elizabethson) But where is husband Reuben in 1830
  • She appeared on the census in 1880 in Living With Grandson Reuben Petrikin In Benezette, PA.
  • She appeared on the census in 1880 in Benezette, Elk , Pa. Widowed; With grandson Reuben Petrikin and her daughterhis mother Caroline W Petriken

Children from this marriage were:

+ 107 M    i. David Brunson Winslow was born on Mar 15, 1823 in Clearfield, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, died on Dec 5, 1912 in Colville, Stevens Co, WA, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Spokane, WA.

+ 108 M    ii. Reuben COLBURN COBBIE Winslow was born on May 15, 1821 in Curwensville, Clearfield Co., PA, died on May 10, 1862 in Lock Haven PA, and was buried in Highland Cemetery, Lock Haven, PA.

He never married and had no children

+ 109 F    iii. Adaline Boone Winslow was born on Nov 16, 1828 in Clearfield, Clearfield Co., Pa, died on Nov 20, 1916 in Fairview St, Lock Haven, Clinton, Pa, and was buried in Highland Cemetery Lock Haven, Pa.

+ 110 F    iv. Caroline Toby Winslow was born on Aug 8, 1819 in Clearfield, Clearfield Co, Pennsylvania, died on Feb 24, 1882 in Lock Haven , Clinton Co., PA, and was buried in Highland Cemetery Lock Haven, Pa.

+ 111 F    v. Emeline Emma Barclay Winslow was born on Oct 30, 1826 in Clearfield, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, died on Feb 18, 1907 in Los Angeles City, Los Angeles, California, and was buried in Rosedale Cemetery, Los Angeles, CA.

+ 112 M    vi. Hiram Winslow was born on Jan 1, 1825 in Clearfield, Clearfield, Pennsylvania and died on Feb 24, 1831 in Clearfield, Clearfield Co, Pa.

  1. Honorable Ebenezer EBEN Colburn Winslowwas born on Jun 8, 1800 in Pittston, Kennebec, ME, died on Jul 18, 1868 in Coleta, Genessee Township, Whiteside Co, IL, and was buried in Genesee Grove Central Cemetery, Genesee Twp., Whiteside Co., IL.

General Notes: per T Cadden comments: Ebenezer C. Winslow (1800 – 1868) first wife (1)Eliza Swan died prior to 1849 in Benezette, Elk Co., PA. He married (2) Laura Thayer, May 26, 1855. They both appear in the 1860 Michigan Census in Blissfield, Lenawee Co., MI along with their daughter Ida Alma Winslow age 4. Shortly after 1860, Ebenezer C. Winslow and Laura Thayer Winslow moved to Coleta, Whiteside Co., IL. There is an old tombstone inscription that is impossible to make out due to wear today, but earlier listings have a transcription of “Eva Winslow d. July 18, 1858. This is most probably a very worn tombstone for Eben Winslow . The date was probably worn when the transcription was done. It probably should be July 18, 1863 or July 18, 1868. Laura Thayer Winslow (widow) marries James Hannah on September 8, 1868 in Whiteside, IL. 1880 Whiteside Co, IL census shows James Hannah, Laura Winslow Hannah, and Ida Winslow. By 1880 Laura (Thayer) Winslow Hannah is widowed and living with here son-in-law George Lawrence and daughter Ida Winslow Lawrence. No sign of Laura (Thayer) Winslow Hannah after that. George Lawrence can be found in the 1900 South Dakota Census as a widower meaning that Ida Winslow Lawrence has died by this time.

He was Justice of Peace for many years. He was Judge of the county in 1857. Ebenezer bought property 1 mile east of Benezette supposedly in 1880 this was the Julius Jones farm. Ebenezer lived in Benezette until about 1858 when he and his family sent west.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He appeared on the census in 1830 in Benezette, Gibson township Clearfield County Pa. Eben, 3 sons-Carpenter, Eben, and Harvey James, wife Eliza, and daughter Saphonia
  • Politics: Apr 1838. The incorporators of the Clearfield and Sinnamahoning Turnpike Road Company were W. J. B. Andrews, Smith Mead, Erasmus Morey, Ebenezer Winslow, and others
  • He appeared on the census in 1840 in Benezette, Jay Township Clearfield Co, Pa. Eben, wife, 3 sons, 2 daughters
  • Politics: 1842. In 1842 John Carlile was elected county commissioner on the Democratic ticket, with over three hundred majority over his Whig opponent, Ebenezer Winslow, of Caledonia (now in Elk county), then belonging to Clearfield county.
  • Public service: 1846, Benezette. Justice , other
  • He appeared on the census in 1850 in Benezette, PA, Ebenezer, Benezette, Elk Pa. Ebenezer, Carpenter, Elizabeth, Martha, Harvey , Ebenezer, Jr., Sarah Phebe Winslow , son in lawHenry Thayer, daughter Sophronia Winslow Thayer, James Colt , William Stroup, Lorenzo Dow. they were neighbors of Henry Dering and family including Edward J Dering who later married daughter Martha Winslow
  • Moved: Cir 1857, Michigan. Ebenezer and family moved from Benezette in 1857 initially to Michigan and then to Illinois
  • He appeared on the census in 1860 in Blissfield Twp., Lenawee Co., Michigan.
  • He appeared on the census in 1865 in Whiteside Co., IL.
  • He appeared on the census in 1865 in Whiteside IL. Eben and wife and son Eben Jr

Ebenezer married Eliza Swan about 1828 in Jefferson or Elk Co, Pa, daughter of John Swan and Pheobe Tubbs. Eliza was born about 1804 in PA and died on Aug 24, 1844 in Benezette, Elk Co. Pa.

General Notes: From Pam Patton: Parents basically of pure guess based on info about a John Swan and wife Phoebe Tubbs in Clearfield , Pa with daughter Eliza marrying a Mr Winslow of NY. Could be a good match until we find differently.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 113 M    i. Carpenter A Winslow was born in 1829 in Benezette Twp, Elk Co, PA, died in Jan 1884 in Taylor’s Falls, Minn, and was buried in Kahbakong Cemetery, Taylor Falls, MN.

+ 114 F    ii. Elizabeth Winslow was born in 1833 in Benezette, Elk Co., PA and died after 1870.

+ 115 F    iii. Martha Winslow was born in 1836 in Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania and died after 1900 of Chisago Co., MN.

+ 116 M    iv. Ebenezer Colburn Winslow was born in Jun 1840 in Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania, died on Mar 9, 1925 in Taylor’s Falls, Minn, and was buried in Kahbakong Cemetery, Taylor Falls, MN.

+ 117 M    v. James HARVEY Winslow was born on Nov 25, 1836 in Benezette, Clearfield Co., PA, died on Dec 29, 1924 in Taylor’s Falls, Minn, and was buried in Kahbakong Cemetery.

+ 118 F    vi. Saphronia C. Winslow was born in Apr 1830 in Benezette Twp, Clearfield Co, PA, died on Mar 11, 1913 in Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN, and was buried in Lakewood Cemetery, Minneapolis, Hennipen Co., MN.

+ 119 F    vii. Sarah Phebe Winslow was born in 1842 in Benezette, Elk, Pennsylvania and died after 1850 of Benezette Twp., Elk Co., PA.

+ 120 F    viii. Mary Winslow was born circa 1843 in Benezette Twp, Elk Co, PA and died before 1850 in not in census Benezette, Elk , Pa.

Ebenezer next married Laura Louisa Thayer on May 26, 1855 in prob Elk Co, Pa, daughter of Simeon Thayer and Betsy Lucas. Laura was born on Apr 17, 1822 in Milo, Yates Co., NY and died between 1880 and 1900 of Genesee, Whiteside, Illinois.

Noted events in her life were:

  • She appeared on the census in 1880. living with daughte Alma and husband George Lawrence and son Richard
  • She appeared on the census in 1870 in Genesee, Whiteside, Illinois. wife hsuband James and daughter Ida Winslow

Children from this marriage were:

+ 121 F    i. Ida ALMA Winslow was born on Nov 10, 1857 in Prob Blissfield, Lenawee, Michigan and died between 1883 and 1900 in maybe SD.

+ 122 F    ii. Eva Dora Winslow was born on May 17, 1859 in Prob Blissfield, Lenawee, Michigan and died on May 20, 1859 in Prob Blissfield, Lenawee, Michigan.

  1. Joseph Wood Winslow Esqwas born on Dec 10, 1804 in Wiscasset, Lincoln, Maine, died on May 8, 1894 in Winslow Homestead, Hudson Village, Gaskill Township, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Township, Punxsutawney PA.

General Notes: History of Jefferson County ( K Scott): Huston, Big Run P.O., an early and much respected citizen of Jefferson Co. was born in Maine on Dec. 10, 1804, and was a son of Carpenter and Elizabeth Winslow, who settled with their family in Clearfield County in 1819; Carpenter, at that time purchasing his farm in Gaskill, erected buildings and settled there in 1821, where he died in 1827. They had a family of 9 sons. Carpenter and Elizabeth were married in 1787. Elizabeth died in 1837. Joseph W. Winslow was born in Wiscasset, ME, on Dec. 10, 1804, and was married in 1832 to Christina Long, a daughter of Joseph Long. They had a family of 11 children, 4 sons and 7 daughters: Augustus G., Joseph C., Ruben C., Sarah, Caroline, Elizabeth, Minerva, Mary, and (who died in 1882), and one son and daughter who died in infancy. Mr. Winslow, having retired from business and being in very comfortable circumstances, he and his wife are surrounded with every comfort and by their children and grandchildren.

Joseph W Winslow Esq remained on the Winslow homestead in Gaskill Township- the Winslow house at Hudson

Carpenter Winslow died in November, 1827, his wife surviving him about eighteen years. Both are buried in the cemetery near Punxsutawney. Only two of his sons, James and Joseph W., father of R. C. Winslow, still survive. The rest have all passed away, leaving however, a large posterity, who are among the most prominent and best citizens of Jefferson and Elk counties. Joseph W. Winslow the youngest son of Carpenter Winslow, was born at Wiscasset, Me., December 10, 1804, and in 1832 married Christena Long, youngest daughter of Joseph Long, of Punxsutawney. Their family consisted of eleven children, four sons and seven daughters, who were all born at the old homestead, and who all survive, except a son and daughter who died in infancy. Mr. Winslow has resided on his farm for almost seventy years, and is now one of the patriarchs of the county. Two of his sons, Augustus G. and Joseph Clark Winslow, reside with their venerable parent at the homestead.

Obituary
Joseph Wood Winslow, the venerable father of Hon R. C. Winslow, Mrs J. B. Wilson and Mrs J P Murray of this place died at his home at Winslow on Tuesday night May 8, 1894 in the 90th year of his age.
Mr Winslow was born in Wiscasset Maine Dec 10, 1804. He was married February 16, 1832 to Christiana Long who survives him. He was the youngest and last of a family of ten sons of Carpenter Winslow who died in 1827 and who is buried in the old cemetery at this place. He was a brother of the late Judge James Winslow of Clayville who died about a year ago age 95 years. He is the father of eleven children, eight of whom are still living.
Mr Winslow was one of the early settlers of southern Jefferson County.

Winslow Memorial-JOSEPH-WOOD*. (Carpenter, James, James, Job, Kenelm) born 10 Dec. 1804. Wiscasset, Me.; married by David Barclay, Punxsutawney. Pa., 16 Feb. 1832, to Christiena Long, b. 24 Apr. 1804, Center County, Pa., daughter. of Joseph and Mary (Weaver) of Center County. Farmer. Res. Gaskill; 1872, Hudson. Jefferson Co., Pa.. and, 1887, Punxsutawney, Pa.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He appeared on the census in 1850 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa. JW; Christianna; Sarah;17y; Reuben 16y; Carolina 15y; Elizabeth10y; Augusta 9y; Minerva 7y; Mary 5y; Clark 2y
  • He appeared on the census in 1860 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa. Joseph (55 Maine farmer); Christiana wife (51yr Pa)Augustus G; Minerva; Mary, Clark-11y, Clarence E-7y; census house 178
  • He appeared on the census in 1870 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa. Joesph W farmer; Christianna; Augustus 28y; Mary 24y; Clark 22y; Flora 16y; AD Long-( this is Alexander Donaldson Long who marries daughter Mary- Mary’s children maintain Winslow last name- must be an interesting story here)
  • He appeared on the census in 1880 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa. Jun e10, 1880 Joseph W – retired farmer 75y; Christianna 71y; daughter Mary Long 33y; Florence Long Winslow; 26y single; Joesph W 6y grandson; Ethelda 4y granddaughter census house 84 daughter Sarah 2 houises away, son Clark 2 hoiuses away, son A G 3 houses away

Joseph married Christiena “Teeny” Long on Feb 16, 1832 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, daughter of Joseph Long and Mary Weaver. Christiena was born on Apr 24, 1804 in Center Co, PA, died on Jan 8, 1895 in Gaskill, Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Punxsutawney PA.

General Notes: Last Will and Testament of Christiena Winslow
I, Christiena Winslow, of Gaskill Township in the County of Jefferson and State of Pennsylvania, being of sound mind, memory and understanding, do make this my last Will and Testament, hereby revoking all former wills by me at any time heretofore made.
And first I direct that my body be given a respectful Christian burial, corresponding with my Estate and situation In Life.
As to such Estate as it hath pleased God to in trust me with I dispose of the same as follows viz:
I give and bequeath to my beloved daughter Mary E. Winslow (reserving to all my other heirs the sum of one dollar to each) all my personal property taken in part as my dowry as the widow of the late Joseph W. Winslow (Deceased) appraised Nov. 20, 1894, viz. Two horses, one wagon one Buggy two grain drills one mowing machine one Hay rake one set buggy harness one silver watch one bed stead five chairs one cultivator one grind stone and three tons of hay aggregating the sum of two hundred and sixty two dollars and fifty cents also all my household goods and effects that be in my own right also all the remainder of my dowry in the Estate of Joseph W. Winslow (deceased).
Lastly, I appoint Daniel McGee To be the Executor of this my last will and Testament. In witness whereof I set my hand and seal, this November 28″ AD 1894.
Interlined before signed. Christiena Winslow (Her Mark)
Witness -D. McGee, Samuel Couch
February 21, 1894, Filed, Proven and Recorded, John S. Barr, Register.
[Will Book #2, page 384 County Courthouse, Brookville, Jefferson County, PA]

Children from this marriage were:

+ 123 F    i. Sarah Long Winslow was born on Aug 3, 1832 in Gaskill, Jefferson, PA, died on Jan 14, 1902 in Gaskill, Jefferson County., PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA (Sec. J, Row 15),.

+ 124 F    ii. Caroline Barrett Winslow was born on Jun 11, 1835 in Gaskill, Jefferson County., PA, died on May 15, 1897 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

+ 125 M    iii. Augustus Gaskill Winslow was born on Jan 15, 1841 in Winslow Farm, Winslow Station , Gaskill Township, PA, died on Mar 18, 1928 in Winslow Station, Gaskill, Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. I, Row 1).

+ 126 M    iv. Hon Reuben Colburn “RC” Winslow was born on Nov 9, 1833 in Winslow Homestead near Winslow Station, Gaskill Township, PA, died on Apr 17, 1912 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Punxsutawney PA.

+ 127 M    v. Joseph CLARK Winslow was born on Dec 28, 1847 in Winslow Farm, Gaskill Twp., Jeff. Co., PA, died on Oct 12, 1912 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA (Sec. K, Row 8).

+ 128 F    vi. Mariah Eleanor Winslow was born on Apr 22, 1837 in Gaskill, Jefferson County., PA, died on May 22, 1838 in Gaskill, Jefferson County., PA, and was buried in Findley Street Cemetery, Punxsutawney, Jefferson Co., PA (Row 18).

+ 129 F    vii. Elizabeth Colburn Winslow was born on Dec 31, 1838 in Gaskill, Jefferson, PA, died on Nov 13, 1924 in Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Punxsutawney PA.

+ 130 F    viii. Minerva Clement Winslow was born on Dec 18, 1842 in Old Farm, Gaskill, , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Mar 4, 1932 in Gaskill, , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Gaskill Township, Pa.

+ 131 F    ix. Mary Emily EMMA Winslow was born on Jul 1, 1845 in Gaskill, Jefferson Co, Pa, died on Jan 19, 1939 in North Tonawanda, Niagara Co., NY, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Township, Punxsutawney PA.

+ 132 M    x. Thomas Hudson Winslow was born on Jun 21, 1851 in Gaskill, Jefferson County., PA, died in 1873 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

He never married and had no children

+ 133 F    xi. Florence Eva Winslow was born on Apr 10, 1853 in Gaskill, Jefferson County., PA and died in 1881 in Gaskill, Jefferson, PA.

+ 134 F    xii. Christine Winslow was born on Jan 8, 1855 in Gaskill, Jefferson County., PA and died on Jan 9, 1895.

  1. James Winslowwas born on Apr 14, 1798 in Pittston , Kennebec, Maine, died on May 7, 1893 in Clayville/ Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Punxsutawney PA.

General Notes: History of Jefferson county (K Scott)WINSLOW, JAMES Punxsutawney, was born in Maine on Apr. 14, 1798, and was married in 1820 to Betsy Miller who was born in 1800 and was a daughter of Robert Miller. She died in 1847. They had a family of 12 children; 3 died in infancy, and 3 sons and 5 daughters are now living. Mr. Winslow was associate judge of the county for 13 years and was a Justice of the Peace for 14 years. He settled in Gaskill Twp. in 1821 with his parents and their family, and of that large family only 2 are now living: , born in 1798, and Joseph, born in 1804. He started a courtship with Betsy Miller in Maine before coming to Jefferson Co, Pa. He came with father and brothers to Clearfield/Jefferson counties , cleared the land, then went back and married Betsy in 1820. They both James and Betsy traveled from Maine to Baltimore- thru a storm which required ship repairs along the way and after 6 weeks made it to Baltimore. Then on to Jefferson County. They initially settled on what was known as the Couch farm in Gaskill Township. Later they moved to land bought by her father Robert Miller on the boundary line of Punxsutawney and Clayville later occupied by John H Fink.
Noted events in his life were:

  • He was employed. Ship Builder, Fishing; Farming; Surveyor; Bridge Builder. In Wiscasset Maine assisted his father in shipbuilding and engaged in fishing business off the banks of Newfoundland catching cod and other fish; County surveyor, house joiner
  • He had a residence. spent a few years living in Ek county otherwise in Jefferson county since 1818, in Punxsutawney most of the time after 1821
  • He had a residence in 1823. In 1823, according to the “Collector’s Duplicate for the Township,” Charles C. Gaskill, being collector, there were the following taxables in Perry township: including among others – Carpenter Winslow, jr., Carpenter Winslow, sr., James Winslow, Reuben Winslow
  • He appeared on the census in 1830 in Jefferson Co, PA. James , 1 son, wife and 3 young daughters
  • He appeared on the census in 1850 in Punxsutawney, Young Township, Jefferson Co, Pa. James Winslow 52y yrs Maine a surveyor; with Oscar-18y, Anstruss-16y, Martha-15y, Charles-13y
  • He appeared on the census in 1860 in Benezette, Elk , Pa. living with brother Reuben and family including wife Elizabeth. Also Charles H winslow 21y. James is listed as a carpenter
  • He appeared on the census in 1870. Can’t find James in 1870 Punxsutawney census In 1860 in Benezette with Reuben in 1880 a widower living with son in law in Clayville Jefferson Co Pa
  • He appeared on the census in 1880 in Clayville Jefferson Co, Pa. James Winslow 82 yrs widowed , a surveyor, born in Maine living with daughter Lydia , son in law James Gillespie, and their children
  • He died in May 1893 at home of Hon J U Gillespie, Clayville, Jefferson Co, Pa.

James married Elizabeth Betsy Miller on Oct 26, 1820 in Bristol, Lincoln Co, ME, daughter of Robert Miller and Miss Rhodes. Elizabeth was born on May 8, 1799 in Bristol, Kennebec Co, ME, died on Feb 6, 1847 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Punxsutawney PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 135 M    i. Charles Henry Winslow was born on Apr 19, 1837 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on May 12, 1907 in Benezette, Elk, PA, and was buried in Benezette Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

+ 136 F    ii. Martha Mattie Young Winslow was born on Apr 26, 1835 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died on Apr 3, 1885 of Wellsville, Columbiana Co, OH.

+ 137 F    iii. Anstruss ANN Little Winslow was born on Jul 10, 1833 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died on Sep 3, 1920 in Colville, Stevens Co, WA.

+ 138 F    iv. Lydia Smith Winslow was born on Mar 28, 1828 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Apr 25, 1922 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (2nd Level, Row 18).

+ 139 F    v. Amanda Fitzallen Winslow was born on May 18, 1825 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Jul 20, 1912 in Warsaw Twp, , Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. G, Row 38).

+ 140 F    vi. Eliza MARY Winslow was born on Aug 7, 1823 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died in Nov 1875 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

+ 141 M    vii. Robert Miller Winslow was born on Mar 29, 1821 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Mar 31, 1891 in Los Angeles, CA, and was buried in Rosedale Cemetery, Los Angeles, CA.

+ 142 M    viii. Oscar Fitzallen Winslow was born on Aug 10, 1831 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Jul 7, 1894 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Punxsutawney PA.

+ 143 F    ix. Adelia West “Tink” Winslow was born on Apr 24, 1839 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died in 1923 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

+ 144 M    x. James Winslow was born on Jul 12, 1841 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died on Sep 28, 1841 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

+ 145 M    xi. Joseph Winslow was born on Jul 12, 1841 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died on Sep 27, 1841 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

+ 146 F    xii. Euphemia Wharton Winslow was born on May 28, 1844 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died on Jul 20, 1844 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

  1. George Winslowwas born on Apr 24, 1791 in Pittston. ME, died on Jan 12, 1851 in New York City, NY, and was buried in Family plot at Mount Auburn, probably near Boston, MA..

General Notes: He died in New York on his return from visiting his son in California.

Choosing a seafaring life as a profession, he soon rose to the command of a vessel, sailing out of Boston many years in the European and China trades. His last command was the ship Levant, owned by Messrs. James and Thomas- II. Perkins, stationed at Liutin, China, where he remained some three years, retiring in 1830, when he settled in Maiden, now Everett, Mass. In 1819, while crossing the Atlantic, he sighted and defined the position of a rock that had been considered doubtful.

In Malden, Mr. Winslow soon became identified with the interests of the town, but invariably declined public office. He was, however, induced to accept the appointment from Governor Briggs as state commissioner under an act incorporating the proprietors of Maiden bridge. A brief extract from an article written by his minister, Rev. John G. Adams, will convoy to the readers the esteem in which he was held by the town of his adoption.
“Nine mouths ago our friend left his home for California, taken there by business and a desire to meet his only son, who had been absent from home some years, and who had crossed the Pacific from China to take up his residence in the new land of success and failure. His death is an affliction to us all: to the town, to the neighborhood in which he lived, to our church, to his dear family, and to many other families and friends. He had resided here more than twenty years. He was one of our most efficient citizens. His retiring from business was not retiring from active life. He was still the busy man, taking care of what he had accumulated, and doing good with it. His generous-heartedness was proverbial. On many an occasion has it been evidenced to his credit, and to the credit of us all. His good taste, his love of order, his prudence as well as liberality in expenditure, his integrity and honesty, are all but so many other commendations of his character as a public citizen. In these respects he has left the good impression of himself in many ways, in many a mind. He was one of the most able, faithful, and steadfast friends of our society.
“There are those here who have known him longer than myself, who, when aid has been most needed in times of past trial and exertion, have known most his liberality. It was constant and unchanging. His friendships were many and highly valued. Fresh and fragrant will be the rememberance of him in many hearts.”
He married in Maiden, Mass., 13 Feb. 1821, Elizabeth Reid, b. 13 July 1799, Boston, who removed to Maiden in her first year. She was daughter. of Robert of M., who was born at Sandy, one of the islands of Scotland, and his wife Catherine (Dunker). She d. 27 Oct. 1873, Everett, Mass. Res. Pittston, and Wiscasset, Me., and Maiden, now Everett, Mass.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He died on Jan 12, 1851 in New York City, NY. died in New York City on his return from visiting his son in California

George married Elizabeth Reid on Feb 13, 1821 in Malden (now Everett), Mass. Elizabeth was born on Jul 13, 1799 in Boston, Mass and died on Oct 27, 1873 in Everett, Mass.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 147 M    i. George Reid Winslow was born on Oct 30, 1821 in Maiden, MA and died on Apr 24, 1856 in Callao, Peru.

+ 148 F    ii. Catherine Elizabeth Winslow was born on May 2, 1832 in Malden , MA and died in 1880.

+ 149 F    iii. Caroline Barrett Winslow was born on Feb 24, 1836 in Malden, Mass and died in 1900.

+ 150 F    iv. Margaret Goodwin Winslow was born on Sep 21, 1837 in Malden (now Everett), Mass and died after 1887.

+ 151 M    v. Thomas Forbes Winslow was born on Jan 29, 1839, died on Jun 3, 1839 in Malden (now Everett), Mass, and was buried in Mount Auburn Cemetery, Malden, MA.

  1. David Winslowwas born on Sep 10, 1794 in Pittston. ME and died after 1816 in Africa.

General Notes: David Winslow m. Olive J. Pike. Had daughter
*1. Eleanor (Ellen) Winslow (I don’t
if David and Olive had any other children.

from Hud Winslow I’m also probably the only person alive that knows who David is since the only record of his lost in Africa is confidential family history. You must remember that England was suppressing the slave trade at that time with blockades, embargoes, etc. Since the Winslows were building ships at that time too, the slave trade business had to be kept secret.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Other: 1816, Africa. He was a ship-master and took command of a slave-
    ship at Havana, Cuba, about the year 1816; went to Africa and was captured while ashore, nothing more being known concerning his fate. He was unmarried.

David married Olive J. Pike.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 152 F    i. Eleanor Ellen Winslow

  1. Caleb Smith Winslowwas born on Oct 2, 1802 in Wiscasset, Lincoln, ME and died in 1844 on Mississippi River.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Other: 1844. Sea Captain; Ship’s captain of steamers on the Mississippi. His vessel left Pittsburgh, PA in 1844, bound for New Orleans via the Mississippi River. The ship never arrived and the captain was presumed lost on the Mississippi.

Caleb married Caroline Barrett in 1833 in Malden, Middlesex. Mass. Caroline was born from 1802 to 1806 in Boston, Suffolk, MA and died before 1844 in Malden , Middlesex, Mass.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 153 F    i. Mary Elizabeth Winslow was born in 1834 and died in 1834.

  1. Capt. Charles Winslowwas born on May 30, 1789 in Pittston, Kennebec Co, Maine, died about 1839 near Strait Of Gilbralter As Sea Captain, and was buried in Neutral Burying Ground.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He was employed. CAPT. CHARLES”, b. 80 May, 1789, Pittston, Kcnnebec Co., Me.; m. Elizabeth Folensby. He was a sea-captain many years; died aged about fifty, near the Strait of Gibraltar, and was buried in the neutral burial-ground.

Charles married Elizabeth Folensby. Elizabeth was born from 1790 to 1795.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 154 F    i. Martha Winslow

  1. Lydia Smith Winslowwas born circa 1814 in Maine and died after 1870 in Bell, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

Noted events in her life were:

  • She was adopted by Carpenter And Family; A Caleb Smith Was A Neighbor in Maine.

Lydia married Henry Smith before 1834 in PA. Henry was born circa 1812 in PA and died after 1870 in Bell, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 155 F    i. Sarah E. Smith was born circa 1843 in PA and died after 1860 in PA.

+ 156 F    ii. Adaline Smith was born circa 1845 in PA and died after 1860 in PA.

+ 157 M    iii. Clark Smith was born circa 1852 in PA and died after 1870 in Bell, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

+ 158 M    iv. Clarence Smith was born circa 1855 in PA and died after 1870 in Bell, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

+ 159 M    v. James W. Smith was born circa 1840 in PA.

+ 160 F    vi. Mary E. Smith was born circa 1834 in PA.

+ 161 F    vii. Harriet Smith was born circa 1838 in PA.

  1. Charity Churchwas born on Aug 7, 1770 and died in Oct 1804.
  2. Jonathon Churchwas born from Feb 23, 1772 to 1703 and died in Canada.
  3. William Churchwas born on Feb 23, 1775 in ME and died on May 25, 1820 in Ohio.
  4. James Churchwas born on Sep 6, 1779 in ME.
  5. Anna Churchwas born in 1782.
  6. John Churchwas born in 1784.
  7. Silas Churchwas born in Jun 1786.
  8. Sarah Churchwas born in Jun 1786.
  9. Mary Churchwas born in 1788.
  10. Jacob Churchwas born in 1790.
  11. Stephen Churchwas born in 1792.
  12. George Churchwas born in 1794.
  13. Abigail Churchwas born on Feb 15, 1777 in ME and died in Ohio.
  14. Elizabeth Winslowwas born in 1790.

Elizabeth married Amos Lyon.

  1. William Winslowwas born circa 1785 in Freetown, Ma and died before 1827.

William married someone Collins. Collins died before 1827.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 162 F    i. Lucy Vaughan Winslow was born in 1815 and died after 1860.

+ 163 F    ii. Jane Winslow

  1. Beulah (Elizabeth) Keenewas born on Jan 3, 1796 in Breman (Old Bristol) , Lincoln, Maine, died on May 16, 1864 in Benezette, Elk Co, PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Winslow Hill , Benezette, PA.

Noted events in her life were:

  • Other: Mayflower Descendent(Via Wadsworth Line) Of William Bradford, Thomas Rogers, John Alden, Priscella Mullins, William Mullins, Richard Warren, William Brewster.
  • She appeared on the census in 1860 in Benezette , Pa. Living With Son George In Benezette ( Husband Living With Son Eben)
  • She has conflicting birth information of Dec 28, 1795.

Beulah married Carpenter Winslow on May 25, 1817 in Bristol , Lincoln , Maine, son of Carpenter Winslow and Elizabeth Betsy Colburn. Carpenter was born on Jan 3, 1793 in Pittston, Lincoln(now Kennebec), Maine, died on Dec 20, 1875 in Benezette, Elk Co., PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Winslow Hill , Benezette, PA.

General Notes: Carpenter and Beulah had 10 boys and 4 girls. They were early pioneers to Elk County. Natives of Maine, they came to Clearfield County, PA in 1821. They lived one year there, then went to Punxsutawney, PA until 1828, when they moved to Benezette Township, Elk County. They apparently endured many hardships incident to pioneer life, bringing all their provisions in a canoe from Lock Haven ( a distance of 75 miles), taking two and a half days to push the canoe up the stream. Carpenter chose a small farm about a quarter mile east of Benezette. Carpenter had a son George who gave his name to Winslow Hill before he died in 1905. Carpenter raised his family on a 600 acre farm in Benezette. The cemetery on Winslow Hill is a part of this farm. Winslow Hill is the most scenic spot in the Benezette area because of the view from the top of the hill. In approximately 1818, Carpenter and Elizabeth Colburn Winslow and their extended families traveled from Maine on the Atlantic Ocean to the Chesapeake Bay; to the Susquehanna River; and following the West Branch of the Susquehanna arrived in Clearfield, PA. Here Carpenter built a bridge across the Susquehanna, and after a short time, the families moved overland to Gaskill Township, just outside Punxsutawney, PA, where they established a homestead. In 1828, Carpenter Winslow, Jr. and his wife, Beulah Keene Winslow, along with his brothers, Reuben and Ebenezer Winslow, moved on to what is now Winslow Hill in Benezette, Elk County, PA.

He was elected supervisor in the first Benezette Township elections of 1846. In 1844 was listed a resident taxpayer of Jay township along with Reuben , E.C. and Charles Winslow. Carpenter and Beulah lived with son George during the latter years of their life.

From Winslow Memorial CARPENTER, [12447] (Carpenter, James, James, Job, Kenelm) b. 3 Ian. 1798, Pittston, Kennebec Co., Me.; m. Bristol, Lincoln Co., Me., 25 May, 1817, Beulah Keene, b. 3 .Jan. 1796, Bristol, daughter. of William and Celana (Wadsworth) of B. She died 16 May, 1863, Benezette, Elk Co., Pa., and was buried there. Mr. W. is also deceased. Ship carpenter. Res. Pittston, Wiscasset, and Bristol, Me.; removed to Pennsylvania in 1821, and, in 1873, he resided Benezette, Pa.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He was employed in Ship Carpenter; Farmer(600 Acres In Benezette).
  • He had a residence in Pittston, Wiscasset; Bristol Maine.
  • Marriage: May 25, 1817, Bristol Maine. Carpenter Winslow and Beulah Keen
    By Sullivan Hardy, Esq
  • He appeared on the census in 1820 in Bristol, Lincoln Co ME. Carpenter Jr, wife Beulah, Charles, George, and one female over 45 yrs (probably Carpenter’s maternal grandmother Elizabeth Colburn whose husband Reuben died in 1818 She died 1821 in Bristol ME)
  • Moved: per Winslow Memorial, Abt 1821, From Maine To PA;. Probably Induced To Move To Benezett From Punxatawney Because Of Cheap Land Which Was Good For Farming And Lumbering
  • He had a residence in 1823. In 1823, according to the “Collector’s Duplicate for the Township,” Charles C. Gaskill, being collector, there were the following taxables in Perry township: including among others – Carpenter Winslow, jr., Carpenter Winslow, sr., James Winslow, Reuben Winslow
  • He appeared on the census in 1830 in Gibson, Clearfield, PA With Large Family. Carpenter, Charles, George, Eben, John,Joshua; Beulah his wife, Selina Brother Ebenezer and family there also
  • He appeared on the census in 1840 in Jay, Clearfield, PA. Carpenter, 7 males, wife, 3 daughters
  • Public service: 1846, Constable, Supervisor Of Benezette.
  • He appeared on the census in 1850 in Benezette Township, Elk Pa. Carpenter- Farmer, Beulah, Selina Ray, , Wadsworth, Reuben, Thomas B, Sophia
  • He appeared on the census in 1860 in Benezette, Elk , Pa. Carpenter In 1860 Living With Son Eben In Benezette (Wife Beulah Living With Son George In Benezette)
  • He appeared on the census in 1870 in Benezette , Elk, PA. In Benezette Living With Son George( no longer living with son Eben who died )
  • Other: 1873. Residing In Benezette, PA per Winslow Memorial
  • He died on Dec 18, 1875 in Benezette, Elk, Pennsylvania. Per T Caddon: Carpenter Winslow is buried at Mt Pleasant/Winslow Hill. Dec 18, 1875 based on Winslow family reunion invitation in the early 1900’s. There is no other record of his death date The Mayflower Society accepted this death date. Victoria Winslow said Carpenter was buried next to Beulah but there is no tombstone. .It looks like there may have been a stone post there at one time, but it may have broken off.

(Duplicate Line. See Person 66)

  1. Lydia F Keenewas born on Sep 24, 1788, died on Jul 4, 1851, and was buried in Keene/ Hillside Cemetery , Bremen , Lincoln Co, ME.
  2. Wait Wadsworth Keenewas born on Jun 6, 1790, died on Nov 18, 1866, and was buried in Keene/ Hillside Cemetery , Bremen , Lincoln Co, ME.
  3. Robert Keenewas born on Feb 6, 1792, died on Apr 14, 1799, and was buried in Keene/ Hillside Cemetery , Bremen , Lincoln Co, ME.

Seventh Generation

  1. Charles Keene Winslowwas born on Jan 23, 1818 in Bristol, Lincoln Co; Maine, died on Apr 4, 1869 in Benezette, Elk Co., PA, and was buried in 1869 in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He was employed in Ships Carpenter ;Farmer; Elected As Fence Viewer In The First Benezette Township Elections Of 1846.
  • Other: Married By Uncle Eben Winslow, Justice Of The Peace.
  • He appeared on the census in 1850 in Benezette PA. Charles, Rebecca, William, John Sylvanus, George H, Rebecca Hicks, Brother George Lived With Him On The Farm.
  • He appeared on the census in 1860 in .Benezette Elk, Pa. Charles, Rebecca, Wm, Sylvanus, Geo Henry, Clarence, Augustus, Beulah, Harriet
  • Misc: From Winslow Memorial Charles’, b. 23 Jan. 1818, Bristol, Me.; tn. by Eben Winslow, justice of the peace, at Benezett, Pa., 20 Feb. 1845, to Rebecca Hicks, b. 2 Nov. 1820, Benezett. dau. of John and Elizabeth (Lewis) of Gibson. Elk Co., Pa. .Res. 1873, Benezett, Pa.
  • He owned land. Charles and Rebecca’s house is on Winslow Hill where there is a sharp bend to the left in the road just before passing the fire tower. The Tuttle’s own the land around but the house belongs to Bob Woods. He keeps it in nice condition. Harriet and her husband John Tuttle inherited the farm farm Rebecca.

Charles married Rebecca “Becky” Hicks on Feb 20, 1845 in Benezette, Elk Co., PA, daughter of John C Hicks and Mary ELIZABETH Conway. Rebecca was born on Nov 2, 1826 in Gibson Twp, Clearfield Co, PA, died on Jan 13, 1907 in Benezette, Elk, PA, and was buried in 1907 in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

General Notes: Last Will and Testament of Rebecca H. Winslow; dated May 17, 1902
Recorded January 23, 1907

In the Name of God, Amen. I, Rebecca H. Winslow, of the Township of Benezette, County of Elk, and State of Pennsylvania, being of sound and disposing mind, memory and understanding do make and publish this my last will and testament, hereby revoking all former wills by me at anytime heretofore made.
First, I direct that all my debts, doctor bills and funeral expenses be first paid.
Second, I give, devise and bequeath all the rest, residue and remainder of my estate of whatsoever nature, real, personal or mixed, of which I may die seized, to my daughter, Harriette Ellen Tuttle and to my son, Clarence S. Winslow, to be divided equally between them, share and share alike, to them, their heirs, executors, administrators and assigns forever.
Third, I hereby nominate, constitute and appoint George F. Griener now of the Borough of Ridgway, Elk County, Pennsylvania, my executor to carry out the foregoing provisions of this my last will and testament.
In Witness Whereof, I, Rebecca H. Winslow, the testator, have to this my will, written on one sheet of paper, set my hand and seal, this seventeenth day of May A.D. one thousand nine hundred and two.
Rebecca H. Winslow [seal]

Signed, sealed, published and declared by the above named Rebecca H. Winslow, as and for her last will and testament, in the presence of us who have hereunto subscribed our names at her request, as witnesses thereto, in the presence of said testator, and of each other.
Albert Greiner G. F. Greiner

Commonwealth of Pennsylvania; County of Elk, SS
Before me, A. M. Ent Register for the Probate of Wills, in and for said County, personally came Albert Greiner and G. F. Greiner, the subscribing witnesses ot the within instrument of writing, who being duly qualified according to law, did depose and say that they were personally present and saw Rebecca H. Winslow late of the Township of Benezette in said County deceased, testatrix herein named, sign her name to said writing, and seal the same and heard her publish and declare the said instrument as and for her last Will and Testament, and at the time of so doing she was of sound and deposing mind memory and understanding to the best of their knowledge and belief, and that their own names thereto subscribed as witnesses were so subscribed at the request of the testatrix in her presence and in presence of each other.
Albert Greiner G. F. Greiner
Sworn and subscribed this 23 day of January A.D. 1907 before me.
A. M. Ent Register
Recorded January 23, 1907
A. M. Ent Recorder

REBECCA HICKS and her sister, Mary Elizabeth, married Winslow brothers. Rebecca and Charles married in 1845 and Mary Elizabeth and Ebenezer married in 1847. The brothers were two of the children of Beulah Keene and Carpenter Winslow, who had come to the Punxsutawney area from Massachusetts/ Maine about 1818 (??), with their two eldest sons. They had ten more children after they arrived in Punxsutawney. The Winslow’s (Charles line is not a direct descendent) and Keene’s were descendants of the Pilgrims in Plymouth Colony. Eventually, Beulah and several of her children made their way to Benezette, where the men engaged in the lumbering and railroad industry. Rebecca and Charles were the parents of eight children, all of whom were raised in Benezette. Each of their children had several children of their own, and the tradition of large families continued. Rebecca was widowed in 1869, after 24 years of marriage. At the time, her youngest daughter, Harriet was only nine years old. In her later years, Rebecca made her home with Hattie and her husband, John Tuttle. The copy of her will indicates that she left her home in Benezette to the Tuttle’s. (( Hattie died in 1904 after will was written but before Rebecca died))

Noted events in her life were:

  • She appeared on the census in 1870 in Benezette, Elk Co , PA. Rebecca,William, John, George, Clarence, Aurila, Hattie
  • She appeared on the census in 1880 in Living With Son Clarence.
  • She appeared on the census in 1900 in Benezette Township, Elk, Pa. living with son Clarence

Children from this marriage were:

+ 164 M    i. William Keene Winslow was born on Aug 16, 1846 in Winslow Farm, Benezette, Elk Co, PA, died on Aug 3, 1913 in University Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and was buried in 1913 in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

+ 165 M    ii. John Sylvanus “Sie” Winslow was born on May 31, 1848 in Benezette, Pa and died after 1920 of Cedar Hills, Washington, Oregon.

+ 166 M    iii. George Henry Winslow was born on Mar 1, 1850 in Benezette, Pa and died on Mar 30, 1928 in Bremerton, Kitsap, Washington.

+ 167 F    iv. Rebecca Hicks Winslow was born in Dec 1842 in Benezette, Elk County, Pennsylvania and died after 1900.

+ 168 M    v. Clarence S. Winslow was born on Oct 3, 1852 in Benezette, Pa, died on Apr 12, 1927 in Benezette, Pa, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Winslow Hill/Benezette, Elk Co, PA.

He never married and had no children

+ 169 M    vi. Charles Augustus Winslow was born on Jan 20, 1855 in Benezette, Pa, died in 1912 in Driftwood, Cameron Co., PA, and was buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Driftwood, PA.

+ 170 F    vii. Beulah Elizabeth Winslow was born on Jun 9, 1857 in Benezette, Elk Co, PA, died on Oct 5, 1868 in Benezette PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant- Winslow Hill Cemetery, Benezette, Elk Co, PA.

+ 171 F    viii. Harriet Ellen “Hattie” Winslow was born on Apr 7, 1860 in Benezette, Pa, died in 1904 in Benezette PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Winslow Hill , Benezette, Elk Co, PA.

  1. George Wait “Bach” Winslowwas born on May 25, 1820 in Bristol, Lincoln, Maine, died on Oct 1, 1904 in Mt Pleasant, Benezette, Elk, PA, and was buried on Oct 3, 1904 in Mt Pleasant- Winslow Hill Cemetery, Benezette, Elk Co, PA.

General Notes: History of the counties of McKean, Elk, and Forest, Pennsylvania
GEORGE W. WINSLOW, farmer, P.O. Benezette, was born in Maine, May 25,1820, the second son of ten boys and four girls born to Carpenter and Beulah (Keene) Winslow, also natives of Maine, who came to Clearfield county, Penn., in 1820. They lived here one year, then removed to Punxsutawney, Penn., where they remained until 1828, when they removed to Benezette township, Elk county, where George W. Winslow still resides. They were obliged to endure many hardships incident to pioneer life, bringing all provisions in a canoe from Lock Haven, a distance of seventy- five miles, taking two and one- half days to push the canoe up the stream. George W. Winslow was educated in the common schools of Benezette township, and worked on the home farm until he was twenty -five years of age, when he purchased two hundred acres of land in Benezette township and began life for himself as a farmer. The house was built and occupied by George Wait Winslow around 1852. The land on which the house sits once belonged to his uncle Reuben Winslow. The house was later owned by Edward Joseph Winslow, then Lawrence Winslow , then Betty and Ken Gilbert. He has been successful in life, still retaining the farm he purchased in early manhood, upon which he has erected fine buildings, and which gives evidence of prosperity and thrift. His father and mother Carpenter and Beulah made their home with him during the latter years of their life.

In 1850 census George was living with his brother Charles and was unmarried in 1876. 

Noted events in his life were:

  • Other: Unmarried In 1873;Farmer; Worked On Home Farm Until 25; Purchased Own 200 Acre Farm In Benezette Township.
  • He appeared on the census in 1860 in Benezette, Elk, PA. George, MOTHER BEULAH, and brother Reuben 25yrs not yet married; census house no 540
  • Land Purchase: Feb 16, 1869, Benezette Township, Elk, Pa. George Winslow of Benezette purchases land from uncle Reuben and Elizabeth Winslow ( of Loch Haven, Clinton, Pa)
  • He appeared on the census in 1870 in Benezette, Elk , Pa. George with father Carpenter age 77 yrs
  • He appeared on the census in 1900 in Benezette, Elk , Pa. living with Edward Joseph Winslow and family. In house George originally built when he was around 25 yrs.
  1. Ebenezer EBEN Winslowwas born on May 11, 1823 in Jefferson Co , PA, died on Feb 8, 1863 in Benezette, , Elk, PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant- Winslow Hill Cemetery, Benezette, Elk Co, PA.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He was employed in Carpenter.
  • He appeared on the census in 1850 in Gibson Township , Elk County Pa. Ebenezer, Elizabeth, Lafayette, Milton, Clarinda Hicks
  • He appeared on the census in 1860 in Benezette. Eben(36), Eliz, Lafayette, Nelson, Warren C, Larry, Henry, FATHER CARPENTER(68), Wadsworth(28), Burton(23)
  • He appeared on the census in 1870 in Benezette, Elk , Pa.

Ebenezer married Mary ELIZABETH Hicks on Jan 2, 1847 in Benezette, Pa, daughter of John C Hicks and Mary ELIZABETH Conway. Mary was born on Nov 2, 1826 in Hicks Run, Gibson Twp, Clearfield Co, PA, died on Jul 18, 1872 in Benezette, Pa, and was buried in Mt Pleasant- Winslow Hill Cemetery, Benezette, Elk Co, PA.

Noted events in her life were:

  • Other: Her Sister Married Ebenezer’s Brother Charles K Winslow.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 172 M    i. George LAFAYETTE Winslow was born on Oct 10, 1847 in Hicks Run/Benezette, Elk Co, PA, died on Nov 26, 1919 in Benezette PA, and was buried on Nov 29, 1919 in Mt Pleasant- Winslow Hill Cemetery, Benezette, Elk Co, PA.

+ 173 M    ii. Milton NELSON Winslow was born on Feb 26, 1850 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died in 1899 in Reynoldsville, Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Central Cemetery, Reynoldsville, Pa.

+ 174 M    iii. John Warren Winslow was born on Feb 23, 1852 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died in Apr 1918 in Williamsport Hospital, Lycoming Co, PA, and was buried in Benezette, Pa.

+ 175 M    iv. Seneca Leroy LARRY Winslow was born on Feb 24, 1854 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died on Dec 27, 1926 in Crosby, McKean, Pennsylvania.

+ 176 M    v. HENRY Frank Winslow was born on Mar 3, 1856 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died in Jun 1911 in Du Bois, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania..

+ 177 F    vi. Mary Winslow was born on Mar 9, 1863 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died after 1873.

+ 178 M    vii. William Winslow

+ 179 F    viii. Clarinda Hicks Winslow was born about 1845.

  1. Reuban Colburn Winslowwas born on Sep 4, 1834 in Benezette, Clearfield Co. PA and died on Feb 18, 1879 in Benezette, Elk, PA.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He appeared on the census in 1860 in Living With Brother George In Benezette (And Mother Beulah).
  • He was employed. Farmer; carpenter
  • He appeared on the census in 1870 in Benezette, Elk , Pa.

Reuban married Anna O’Brien on Jul 4, 1865 in Benezette, Pa. Anna was born on Mar 11, 1844 in probably Loch Haven, Clinton Co, Pa, died on Feb 20, 1925 in Lock Haven, Clinton County, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Highland Cemetery Loch Haven Pa.

Noted events in her life were:

  • Misc: Parents Born In Ireland.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 180 F    i. Louisa Keene Winslow was born on Dec 1, 1868 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Nov 14, 1907 in Lock Haven, Clinton County, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Highland Cemetery Loch Haven, Pa.

+ 181 M    ii. George L. Winslow was born on Apr 9, 1870 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died before 1880 in Not In 1880 Census With Family.

+ 182 M    iii. Carpenter Grant Winslow was born on Apr 9, 1870 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Aug 4, 1932 in Williamsport, Lycoming Co., PA, and was buried in Highland Cemetery Lock Haven, Pa.

+ 183 F    iv. Clara E. Winslow was born on Feb 25, 1874 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Feb 14, 1913 in Lock Haven, Clinton, PA, and was buried in Highland Cemetery Loch Haven, Pa.

  1. Joshua “James” Wadsworth Winslowwas born on Jul 5, 1826 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co., PA, died on Apr 4, 1889 in Winslow Hill, Benezette, Elk, PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

General Notes: Obit: At his home at Benezette, in the 69th year of his age, J. W. Winslow. Deceased has been a sufferer with consumption for sometime. His death took place at 4 o’clock last Thursday morning. A wife and eight children survive him, though the former is very ill and her life is despaired. She is a sister of Mr. Henry Largay, of Fox township and is thirty years of age.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He was employed in Laborer; Teamster.
  • He owned land which he bouight from G W Winslow on Winslow Hill. He opened Winslow Hill north of Benezette in Warrant 5021
  • He appeared on the census in 1860. Living with brother Eben and family
  • Alt Name: Joshua Wadsworth Winslow used the name James Winslow after he married Ellen Largey. It is not known why yet. Timothy Winslow Cadden

Joshua married Ellen Jane Largey on Jul 13, 1863 in First Fork , Cameron Co., PA. Ellen was born on Oct 23, 1844 in Kersey , Fox Twp, Elk, PA, died on Feb 24, 1899 in Benezette, Elk, PA, and was buried in St Cecilia’s Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

Noted events in her life were:

  • She has conflicting death information of 1917 and Benezette, Elk , Pa.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 184 M    i. Edward Joseph Winslow was born on May 5, 1866 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Apr 4, 1944 in Winslow Hill, Benezette, Elk Co, Pennsylvania, and was buried in St Cecilia’s Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

+ 185 F    ii. Catherine Jane “Kate” Winslow was born on Sep 30, 1870 in Benezette, Pa and died on Jul 11, 1941 in Verona, Allegheny, PA.

+ 186 F    iii. Beulah Agnes Winslow was born on May 20, 1864 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died on Dec 28, 1937 in Oakmont, Allegheny County, Pa.

+ 187 M    iv. Carpenter Bernard Winslow was born on Sep 9, 1868 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Mar 16, 1918 in Dubois Clearfield, PA, and was buried in St Cecelia Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

+ 188 F    v. Ellen May “Ella” Winslow was born on Oct 25, 1872 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Nov 4, 1887 in Benezette , Elk, PA, and was buried in St Cecilia’s Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

She never married and had no children

+ 189 M    vi. George Cleveland Winslow was born on Feb 15, 1875 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died on Dec 19, 1918 in Hanford, Kings Co, CA.

+ 190 M    vii. Henry “Harry” James Winslow was born on Jul 26, 1876 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died on Jun 22, 1963 in East Brady, Clarion, PA.

+ 191 M    viii. John Theodore Winslow was born on Oct 9, 1879 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died on Jan 8, 1950 in Hanford, Kings Co, Calif.

+ 192 M    ix. Charles Cleveland Winslow was born on Jul 21, 1885 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died on May 19, 1968 in Allegheny Co. Pittsburgh , PA.

+ 193 M    x. Frank Julius Winslow was born on Dec 31, 1882 in Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania and died on Nov 2, 1962 in Fresno CA.

  1. Col Thomas Hart Benton Winslowwas born on Nov 26, 1836 in Benezette, Pa, died on Jul 5, 1876 in Benezette PA, and was buried in Winslow Hill Cemetery, Benezette PA.

General Notes: Name: Thomas B. Winslow Side: Union Regiment State/Origin: Pennsylvania Regiment Name: 13 Pennsylvania Res. Inf. Regiment Name Expanded: 13th Regiment, Pennsylvania Reserve Infantry (42nd Volunteers/1st Pennsylvania Rifles) Company: G Rank In: Private Rank In Expanded: Private Rank Out: First Lieutenant Rank Out Expanded: First Lieutenant Alternate Name: T.B./Winslow Film Number: M554 roll 133

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Name: Thomas Winslow Enlistment Date: 29 May 1861 Side Served: Union State Served: Pennsylvania Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 29 May 1861.
Enlisted in Company G, 42nd Infantry Regiment Pennsylvania on 29 May 1861.
Promoted to Full 1st Lieutenant on 11 Jan 1862.
Mustered Out Company G, 42nd Infantry Regiment Pennsylvania on 11 Jun 1864 at Harrisburg, PA.
Sources: 18,203
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Name: Thomas B Winslow Enlistment Date: 29 May 1861 Rank at enlistment: Private State Served: Pennsylvania Survived the War?: Yes Service Record: Enlisted in Company G, Pennsylvania 42nd Infantry Regiment on 29 May 1861.
Promoted to Full 1st Lieutenant on 11 Jan 1862.
Mustered out on 11 Jun 1864 at Harrisburg, PA.
Sources: History of Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-1865
History of the Bucktails
Noted events in his life were:

  • Military: 1861-1865, Co C 42 1st Lt Civil War Bucktails. Company C., of the Forty-second Regiment (better known as the Bucktails, or Kane’s Rifle Regiment), was recruited in Elk county, in April, and mustered May 29, 1861, when Hugh McDonald was commissioned captain. Thomas B. Winslow was promoted from private to first lieutenant on the same date, and served until the close. aka 13th Reserve Infantry Company G
  • He appeared on the census in 1860 in Benezette, Elk, PA. Blacksmith; Farmer living with brother Eben and family
  • He worked as a Liquor dealer; blacksmith.
  1. William Keene Winslowwas born on Sep 25, 1821 in Jefferson Co., PA and died on Apr 19, 1830 in Benezette, Clearfield Co, Pa.
  2. John Walden Winslowwas born on Jan 2, 1825 in Jefferson Co, PA, died on Apr 27, 1910 in Boise, Ada County, Idaho, and was buried in Morris Hill Cemetery , Boise, ID.

General Notes: Carpenter Sr.’s grandson, John Walden Winslow, born in 1825, traveled with his daughter, and granddaughter to Boise, Idaho where he died in 1910. Interestingly he was also married to a Winslow (his cousin), Sarah Long Winslow, born in Gaskill Township, PA in 1832, and she was also the granddaughter of Carpenter Winslow, Sr.

“My grandmother was always VERY proud of her Winslow heritage, tracing back to the Pilgrims; she had seven children, including my mom, all born in Idaho. Among the seven children and numerous grandchildren we include engineers, doctors, and even a fighter pilot/retired general . ” B Wright.

Mary Lou Gibb Pember, who was Anna Mae (Tucker) Gibb’s firstborn daughter, wrote
“John Walden Winslow, my great grandfather, was a mason, who worked with brick — building chimneys, fireplaces, foundations etc. He built the fireplaces and chimneys in the house in Punxsutawney, and my grandfather, Ashbel Tucker, built the remainder of the house (address: corner of HW 36 and Virginia Street, Punxsutawney, PA ) According to the man who now lives there, the brickwork is as good as when it was built and the doors still hang well, and the house is really in good shape. Since it was built in 1892-93, it speaks well for the handiwork of those who built it. John Walden Winslow came to Boise in 1907 with my mother’s family and is buried in Morris Hill Cemetery in Boise Idaho.”

Sarah Winslow, wife of John Walden Winslow. “my great grandmother, Sarah, lived on the same little farm at Winslow, PA until she died at the age of seventy from typhoid fever, complicated by pneumonia. I remember seeing her picture in my grandmother’s (Anna Winslow Tucker) photograph album and she was a little lady with hair as dark as a young woman’s should be (no hair dye in those days!)” Sarah was born in 1832 and passed away in 1902 . Five years later, 1907, John Walden Winslow went with his daughter, Anna, and son-in-law, Ashbel Tucker, from Pennsylvania to Boise, and then he passed away three years later in 1910. My grandmother, Anna Mae Tucker was born in Winslow, PA in 1891, and when she was 15 months old moved about 5 miles away to Punxsutawney to a “new home built by her father (Ashbel Tucker) and grandfather (John Walden Winslow – husband of Sarah).

The Idaho Statesman, Boise, Ada County, Idaho, Thursday, 28 April 1910, WINSLOW, J.W–aged 85 [b. ca 1825] Died last evening ( Wednesday, 27 April 1910) at the home of his daughter, Mrs. A.H. Tucker at 1917 North Tenth Street. The deceased is survived by six children, but one of whom lives in the state. The funeral was held Friday afternoon[29 April 1910] at 2 o’clock from the undertaking parlors on Hiatt and Lemon. Interment was at Morris Hill Cemetery.
Noted events in his life were:

  • He appeared on the John and Sarah Winslow census in 1860 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa.
  • He appeared on the John and Sarah and Family census in 1870 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa.
  • He appeared on the census in 1880 in Bell, Jefferson, Pennsylvania. Living In Household Of His Daughter Marion Kremkau and husband John and Jessie (1) and Julius(3m) Sarah is in 1880 census head of household Why is John with daughter; ill?? Sarah’s 1880 census says she is widower John’s occupation plasterer
  • He appeared on the census in 1900 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA. Anna and Ash Tucker with 6 children , but not John Walden Winslow
  • Moved: 1907, Boise Idaho. John Walden Winslow came to Boise in 1907 with my mother’s family (Ashbel Tucker and Anna Winslow including Anna Mae) and is buried in Morris Hill Cemetery
  • He appeared on the census 16 Apr1910 in Boise, Ada, Idaho. John Winslow living in Boise Idaho with daughter Anna Tucker , Ashbel Tucker and children Stanley, May ,Howard , Mildred John is widowed and had been married 58 yrs and 85 yrs old

John married Sarah Long Winslow on Oct 12, 1853 in Gaskill, Jefferson Co, Pa, daughter of Joseph Wood Winslow Esq and Christiena “Teeny” Long. Sarah was born on Aug 3, 1832 in Gaskill, Jefferson, PA, died on Jan 14, 1902 in Gaskill, Jefferson County., PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA (Sec. J, Row 15),.

Noted events in their marriage were:

  • Marriage Fact: Officiate 12 OCT 1853 in Rev. George F Reeser

General Notes: Sarah’s obituary in 1902 lists survivors as two sons and three daughters. Also “one son, Frank WINSLOW, died last fall at their home in Gaskill township”. two children of Joseph Winslow and Christina Long – Mary Emma WINSLOW (1864-1932) and Rubin C. WINSLOW (1867-1955). Mary Emma married Myron H. Mc CORD 1904. Rubin married Eleanor A. (two children; Myron M and Willis W). Rubin and his family and Mary Emma are all buried in Fairmount Cemetery in Denver, CO.

SARAH LONG WINSLOW was the daughter of JOSEPH WOOD WINSLOW. She married her first cousin, JOHN WALDEN WINSLOW, who was the son of her father’s brother, CARPENTER WINSLOW.
At the time of the 1900 census, the widow SARAH had several family members living with her: a bachelor son, FRANK LESLIE (age 42), an unmarried daughter, “EMMA” (age 37), and two grandchildren — WALTER KREMKAU (age 18) and MARION KREMKAU (age 12). These children were those of her daughter, MARION AUGUSTA WINSLOW, who had married JOHANN HERMAN HEINRICK KREMKAU in 1876. The children’s parents were both living in 1900. MARION appeared in a 1911 family photo, and JOHANN KREMKAU lived until 1915.

Obituary of Sarah Long Winslow (1832 – 1902) Jan 14, 1902 “MRS. SARAH WINSLOW died yesterday evening at her home in town [Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co., PA], where she had recently come from the hospital: she went to the hospital with typhoid fever a few months ago, and after the fever was past she developed other complications which finally wore her out. She was in her seventieth year and was a daughter of JOSEPH WINSLOW, of Gaskill Township. She married her cousin JOHN W. WINSLOW and leaves two sons and three daughters, all grown up. One son, FRANK WINSLOW, died last fall of fever at their home in Gaskill township.

Noted events in her life were:

  • She appeared on the census in 1880 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa. Sarah Winslow head of houshold with children; husband John living with daughter. Is he ill? Sarah census says she is widowed 3 hoiuses from father Joseph Wood Winslow
  • She appeared on the census in 1900 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa. Sarah is head of household and widowed Walter Kremkau (age 18) and Marion Kremkau (age 12) are shown at the residence of their grandmother, Sarah Winslow, at the time of the 1900 census. 1900 census states Sarah Winslow is a widow and a”farmer”; also that she rents rather than owns her home. son Frank and daughter Emma living with her also

Children from this marriage were:

+ 194 M    i. Reuben Colburn Winslow was born on Jun 24, 1867 in Gaskill, Jefferson, PA, died on Jan 16, 1955 in Riverside, CA, and was buried in Fairmount Cemetery, Denver, CO.

+ 195 M    ii. Willis Webster Winslow was born on Jul 9, 1854 in Gaskill, Jefferson, PA and died after 1880 in 1880 Census Gaskill PA.

+ 196 F    iii. Marion Augusta Winslow was born on Oct 12, 1856 in Gaskill, Jefferson, PA, died on Mar 23, 1943 in Walker Co., GA, and was buried in LaFayette Cemetery, LaFayette, GA.

+ 197 M    iv. Franklin Leslie Winslow was born on Apr 12, 1858 in Gaskill, Jefferson, PA, died on Sep 25, 1901 in Winslow, Gaskill Township, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA (Sec. J, Row 15),.

+ 198 F    v. Christiana ANNA Winslow was born on Dec 5, 1859 in Gaskill, Jefferson, PA and died on Dec 29, 1943 in Boise, Ada County, Idaho.

+ 199 M    vi. Thomas BENTON Winslow was born on Apr 18, 1861 in Gaskill, Jefferson, PA, died on Feb 17, 1917 in Holidaysburg, Pa, and was buried in Geeseytown Cemetery, Frankstown, Pa.

+ 200 F    vii. Mary EMMA Winslow was born on Aug 12, 1863 in Gaskill, Jefferson, PA, died on Jan 27, 1932 in Phoenix, AZ, and was buried in Fairmount Cemetery, Denver , CO.

+ 201 M    viii. HARRY CLARK Clarence Winslow was born on May 24, 1871 in Gaskill, Jefferson, PA, died on Oct 15, 1965 in Santa Clara, California, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. J, Row 15).

  1. Selina Elizabeth Winslowwas born on Jun 17, 1830 in Benezette, Clearfield Co., PA, died on Oct 29, 1909 in Newport, Penobscot Co., Maine, and was buried in Riverside Cemetery In Newport, ME.

Selina married Hollis Jackson Rowe on Jun 6, 1850 in Benezette, Elk. , PA. Hollis was born on May 30, 1828 in Newport, ME and died on Sep 29, 1893 in Newport, Penobscot, ME.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 202 M    i. Winslow Carpenter Rowe was born on Mar 12, 1852 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died prob 1920-1930 of Portland, Cumberland, Maine.

+ 203 F    ii. Julia Wilson Rowe was born on Feb 7, 1857 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died on Apr 11, 1930 in Newport, Penobscot, Maine.

+ 204 M    iii. Hollis Grant Rowe was born on Jul 7, 1865 in Newport, Penobscot, Maine and died after 1930 of Providence RI.

He never married and had no children

  1. Lydia Keene Winslowwas born on Nov 10, 1831 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died on Jan 31, 1913 in Harrisburg, Dauphin Co, Pennsylvania.

Lydia married Theodore Franklin Boyer MD on Dec 4, 1849 in PA. Theodore was born on Mar 21, 1824 in Harrisburg, Dauphin, PA, died on Feb 4, 1881 in Harrisburg, Dauphin, PA, and was buried in The “Old” Cemetery, Harrisburg, Pa.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 205 M    i. Charles C. Boyer was born on May 29, 1851 in Benezette, Elk Co , PA and died after 1920 in Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania.

+ 206 M    ii. Frank Deweeze Boyer was born on May 23, 1853 in Elk Co , PA and died after Apr 30, 1930 in Pottstown, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.

+ 207 F    iii. Emma Boyer was born on Dec 1, 1856 in Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania and died after 1930 in Mount Pleasant, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania.

+ 208 F    iv. Susan L. Boyer was born on Nov 12, 1858 in Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania and died after Jan 8, 1920 in Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania.

+ 209 M    v. Albert Burt W. Boyer was born on May 17, 1864 in Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania and died after 1920 in Carbon County, Pennsylvania.

+ 210 F    vi. Carolyn Carrie Boyer was born on Mar 30, 1866 in Harrisburg, Dauphin, PA and died on Jul 16, 1954 in Los Angeles County, Calif.

  1. Abigail Sophia Winslowwas born on Jul 7, 1838 in Benezette PA, died on Feb 16, 1923 in Punxsutawney, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (2nd Level, Row 18).

General Notes: Elk County Gazette, St.Marys, Pa. 08/20/1931–WINSLOW Reunion held Saturday. The reunion of descendants of Carpenter & Elizabeth Colburn Winslow was held Saturday at Benezette on the school grounds. Over one hundred were in attendance. It was a real get together for many who had not been back in their native town in many years, while for others it was their first visit. after a picnic dinner the following officers were elected for the ensuing year. President, O.S. Winslow, of Brockport, Pa., Vice President E.J. Winslow of Benezette. Secretary Mrs. Bessie W. Decker of Benezette, Pa.; Treasurer: Mrs. Eva W. Smith of Ridgway, Pa. The reunion for next year will be held on 08/27/1932.

Abigail married William Ernest Johnson on Feb 21, 1858 in Benezette, Elk. , PA, son of Bethuel Thew Johnson and Sarah Coleman. William was born on Nov 6, 1826 in Grant, Elk Co, PA, died on Jul 27, 1904 in Punxsutawney, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Level 2, Row 18).

General Notes: First wife was Kathryn Ann Murray (Murry) Born July –died 02/12/1856. They were married in 1851 and they had one son William S. Johnson who lived in Punxsutawney. William Sheldon Johnson, born 1853, Punxsutawney, Jefferson Co, Pa. and died 1913, Punxsutawney, Jefferson co., Pa. (Ann) is buried in Grant Cemetery, Grant, Pa. Residence Before 1880, Benezette, Elk County, Pa.
Residence After 1885: 114 Penn Street, Punxsutawney, Jefferson Co,, Pa. Owner of a Saw Mill and an owner of a Dry Good Store ; Postmaster, Benezette, Elk Co., Pa.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He was employed. Farming and lumbering until 1867, when he opened a general store in Elk county. He ran the store until 1885. During that period he was also postmaster for Benezett for 16 years. In 1886 he moved to Punxsutawney and did “general merchandising; Merchant; “capitalist” per 1900 census

Children from this marriage were:

+ 211 F    i. Ella Elizabeth Johnson was born on May 11, 1868 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Apr 14, 1952 in Harrisburg, Dauphin Co, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Punxsutawney, Pa..

+ 212 F    ii. Emma Priscilla Johnson was born on Aug 14, 1870 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Mar 15, 1924 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA (Sec J, Row 18).

+ 213 F    iii. Ada ADDIE Johnson was born on Feb 28, 1872 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died in Mar 1873 in Benezette, Elk, PA, and was buried in Benezette Cemetery, Benezette, Pa. Pennsylvania.

  1. Child Winslowwas born on Jan 9, 1828 and died on Jan 23, 1828.
  2. David Brunson Winslowwas born on Mar 15, 1823 in Clearfield, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, died on Dec 5, 1912 in Colville, Stevens Co, WA, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Spokane, WA.

General Notes: WA Newspaper – DAVID WINSLOW DIES AT COLVILLE Aged Man Succumbs to Heart Failure – Was 90 Years Old.
COLVILLE, Dec. 7. — (Special.) — David Winslow, who has been ill at the home of his daughter, Mrs. MacColeman, east of Colville, for some time, died Thursday, death being due to heart failure. The deceased was 90 years old and leaves a number of children, among them being Mrs. MacColeman, C. T. Winslow, manager of the Winslow Lumber company, W. L. Winslow of Orin, and Orin F. (Orrin S.) Winslow, a minister of the Free Methodist church, residing in Pennsylvania. The body will be interred in Spokane.

FORMER PUNXS’Y RESIDENT DIES IN WESTERN STATE News has reached Punxsutawney of the death of David B. Winslow, at his home in the State of Washington, two weeks ago. He was formerly a resident of the West End, but went to Colville, Wash., with his sons about 10 years ago. The deceased was a son of Reuben C. Winslow, of Lock Haven, and was born March 15, 1823, so that he was almost 90 years old at the time of his death. His wife, who was a sister of the late William E. Johnson, died a year ago. He is survived by three sons, also by a sister, Mrs. Satterlee, of Lock Haven, who is 84 years of age.

David B Winslow was the postmaster of the Benezette/Bennet Branch Post Office for many years. After he retired William E Johnson became the postmaster. This was the first post office in Benezette Township and was opened in 1820, the actual building being opened on March 24, 1851 with David B Wnslow as postmaster.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He appeared on the census in 1850 in Benezette, Elk, Pennsylvania.
  • He appeared on the census in 1860 in Benezette, Elk , Pa.
  • He appeared on the census in 1870 in Benezette, Elk , Pa.
  • He appeared on the census in 1880 in Benezette, Elk, Pennsylvania “Farmer”.
  • He had a residence in 1890 in Punxsutawney, PA.
  • He appeared on the census in 1900 in Colville, Stevens Co, WA. David and Samantha living with son Orin Winslow and family
  • He appeared on the census in 1910 in Colville, Stevens Co, WA.

David married Samantha Johnson on Dec 3, 1846 in Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania, daughter of Bethuel Thew Johnson and Sarah Coleman. Samantha was born on Dec 18, 1828 in Grant, Elk, PA, died on Oct 18, 1911 in Colville, Stevens Co, WA, and was buried in Greenwood Cemetery, Spokane, WA.

General Notes: COLVILLE EXAMINER, Colville, WA 10/21/1911 Another Pioneer Is Laid To Rest
Samantha Johnson Winslow, wife of David B. Winslow, for the last 12 years residents of this city, died at her home here Wednesday evening after a short illness of pneumonia at the age of 88. She was a native of central Pennsylvania, of a family line reaching back to the early settlements before the revolution. In 1846 she was married to David B. Winslow, who survives her. They had 8 children, 4 of whom are living and were with her at the end: C. T. Winslow, W. L. G. Winslow of Orin, Rev. O. S. Winslow of Ridgway Pa., Mrs. A. E. McColeman. Mr. and Mrs. Winslow came to Stevens county 22 years ago and settled at Kettle Falls. Two years later they returned to Pennsylvania and remained until coming to Colville 12 years ago. Funeral services were held on Thursday, conducted by Rev. J. K. Mumau of the Free Methodist church. Interment was at Greenwood cemetery, Spokane.

MRS. SAMANTHA WINSLOW Mrs. Samantha Winslow, of Colville, Washington, wife of David B. Winslow, formerly of this place, died on the 17th of this month. She was about 85 years old, and was a sister of the late William E. Johnson, of Punxsutawney. She leaves four children, all of whom were present at her death, one of them, Rev. O. S. Winslow, of Brockport, Pa., being on a visit to his parents at the time. David B. Winslow, who is 88 years of age, is the oldest living member of the family born and reared in this part of Pennsylvania.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 214 F    i. Anna Elizabeth Winslow was born on Feb 13, 1848 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died on Dec 27, 1923 in Colville, Stevens Co, WA.

+ 215 F    ii. Adaline Winslow was born on Dec 19, 1849 in Benezette, Pennsylvania and died on Mar 29, 1850 in Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania.

+ 216 F    iii. Clara Winslow was born on Nov 15, 1853 in Benezette, Pennsylvania and died on Apr 7, 1866 in Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania.

+ 217 M    iv. Byron Winslow MD was born on Aug 24, 1855 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Jul 30, 1890 in Pittsburgh. PA, and was buried in Curwensville, Pa.

+ 218 M    v. William Lloyd Garrison Winslow was born on Jun 3, 1851 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Aug 28, 1925 in Orin, Stevens Co, WA, and was buried in Highland Cemetery, Colville, WA.

+ 219 M    vi. Rush Johnson Winslow was born on Sep 10, 1857 in Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania and died on Aug 24, 1890 in Clayville Jefferson Co, Pa.

+ 220 M    vii. Rev Orrin Satterlee Winslow was born on Feb 22, 1861 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Aug 26, 1943 in Brockport, Elk, PA, and was buried in Brockport Cemetery, Elk Co., PA.

+ 221 M    viii. Colburn Thew Winslow was born on Sep 25, 1865 in Probably Benezette, Elk, Pennsylvania and died on Aug 10, 1938 in probably Portland, Multnomah, Oregon.

  1. Reuben COLBURN COBBIE Winslowwas born on May 15, 1821 in Curwensville, Clearfield Co., PA, died on May 10, 1862 in Lock Haven PA, and was buried in Highland Cemetery, Lock Haven, PA.

General Notes: Reuben Colburn Winslow (1821-1862) (Reuben): was the son of Reuben C and Elizabeth Winslow. . In April 24, 1861 Cobe ( this may have been his father Reuben C Winslow of same name- but I think it was the son) led 109 Elk Countians, mainly woodsmen, 18 miles to Driftwood to join Col. Kane’s famous Bucktails. The Bucktails including the “Elk Rifles” became one of the most famous fighting regiments of the Civil War. He and his cousin Thomas were in Company G, 42 Infantry Regiment PA., of the original Bucktails, (Kane’s Rifle Regiment., 1st Pa. Rifles, 13th Pa Reserves, and 42nd Pa. Regiment). In August 1861 he was promoted to a Second Lieutenant in the 5th U. S. Cavalry. He then transferred to the 17th U. S. Infantry in September, 1861 as a First Lieutenant in the17th U. S. Infantry, Regular Army in October, 1861. He died in Lock Haven in 1862 due to a Civil War – related disease.

Civil War Veterans’ Card File, 1861-1866 Items Between Winslow, Henry and … Page 6 of 10
Winslow, R C G – 13 Res 42 Regt 1-936
Enrolled: 5-3-61 at Elk Co, Pa
M.I. 5-29-61 Pvt, at Harrisburg Pa

Muster Out(MO).
Discharged;
age at enrollment: 40 Complexion ; Light
Height; 5*10” Eyes Gray
Hair: Dark Occupation Lumberman
Residence Elk Co Pa
Remarks; Not on Muster Out roles (BATES)
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Name: Reuben Winslow Enlistment Date: 29 May 1861 Side Served: Union State Served: Pennsylvania Service Record: Enlisted as a Private on 29 May 1861.

Enlisted in Company G, 42nd Infantry Regiment Pennsylvania on 29 May 1861.
Promoted to Full 2nd Lieutenant (As of 5th US Army Cavalry) on 5 Aug 1861.
Commission in 5th Cavalry Regiment Regular Army on 5 Aug 1861.
Discharged for promotion Company G, 42nd Infantry Regiment Pennsylvania on 29 Aug 1861.
Transferred into 17th Infantry Regiment Regular Army on 21 Sep 1861.
Transferred out of 5th Cavalry Regiment Regular Army on 21 Sep 1861.
Promoted to Full 1st Lieutenant on 24 Oct 1861.
Died of disease 17th Infantry Regiment Regular Army on 10 May 1862.
Sources: 18,33
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Name: Reuben C. Winslow

Enlistment Date: 29 May 1861
Rank at enlistment: Private
State Served: Pennsylvania
Service Record: Promoted to Full 1st Lieutenant on 24 Oct 1861.
Promoted to Full 2nd Lieutenant on 05 Aug 1861.
Enlisted in Company G, Pennsylvania 42nd Infantry Regiment on 29 May 1861.
Commissioned an officer in the Regular Army 5th Cavalry Regiment on 05 Aug 1861.
Mustered out on 29 Aug 1861.
Mustered out on 21 Sep 1861.
Transferred to the Regular Army 17th Infantry Regiment on 21 Sep 1861.
Mustered out on 10 May 1862.
Sources: History of Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-1865
Heitman: Register of United States Army 1789-1903

Source Information:
Historical Data Systems, comp.. U.S. Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2009. Original data: Data compiled by Historical Data Systems of Kingston, MA from the following list of works .
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Name: Reuben C Winslow Enlistment Date: 29 May 1861 Rank at enlistment: Private State Served: Pennsylvania Survived the War?: No Service Record: Promoted to Full 1st Lieutenant on 24 Oct 1861.
Promoted to Full 2nd Lieutenant on 05 Aug 1861.
Enlisted in Company G, Pennsylvania 42nd Infantry Regiment on 29 May 1861.
Commissioned an officer in the Regular Army 5th Cavalry Regiment on 05 Aug 1861.
Mustered out on 29 Aug 1861.
Mustered out on 21 Sep 1861.
Transferred to the Regular Army 17th Infantry Regiment on 21 Sep 1861.
Mustered out on 10 May 1862.
Sources: History of Pennsylvania Volunteers, 1861-1865
Heitman: Register of United States Army 1789-1903

Noted events in his life were:

  • He was employed in 1860 in Lumberman.
  • He appeared on the Living With Parents and family census in 1860 in Benezette, Pa.
  • Military: enlisted in Civil War as Pvt Co G 42 Inf Regiment PA; Second Lieutenant 5th U. S. Cavalry, August, 1861. Transferred to the 17th U. S. Infantry, September, 1861. First Lieutenant 17th U. S. Infantry, Regular Army October, 1861. Died at Lock Haven, Pennsylvania, May 10, 1862. listed a Lt Colburn Winslow on tombstone
  • Marriage: never married.
  • He has conflicting birth information of Jefferson Co, PA.
  • He appeared on the living with parents and sister Adeline, grandparents Robert and Elizabeth Collins census in 1850 in Benezette, Pa.
  • He was named after someone. His gravestone says Lt Colburn Winslow; sometimes name is spelled Coburn, he may have been called Cobbie or Cabe- not sure
  1. Adaline Boone Winslowwas born on Nov 16, 1828 in Clearfield, Clearfield Co., Pa, died on Nov 20, 1916 in Fairview St, Lock Haven, Clinton, Pa, and was buried in Highland Cemetery Lock Haven, Pa.

General Notes: Obituary Nov 24, 1916 Mrs Adeline B Satterlee widow of Orrin Day Satterlee died at the home of her daughter Mrs D F Good No 816 North Fairview Street early Tuesday morning from the infirmities of age.
Deceased was born in Clearfield November 16, 1828 being 88 years old. In 1851 she was married to the late Orrin D Satterlee. She is survived by one daughter Mrs D F Good the only child by this union.
Mrs Satterlee was a charter member of St Pauls church being confirmed by Bishop Alonzo Potter at a service held in the Odd Fellows Hall in November 1856. With her husband who was one of the first vestrymen she became intensely interested in every department of church work. When the Civil War began in 1861 she organized the women of the parish into an association for the relief of soldiers families and the making of bandages, etc for the army hospitals. Every rector of St Paul’s can testify to the worth of her strong personality in the affairs of the parish.
Mrs Satterlee was a pronounced prohibitionist and prominent in the work of the W C T U. She was —— charities which had a temporary. ———————————————————— this afternoon at 2 o’clock. Interment at McElhatten.

Noted events in her life were:

  • She appeared on the census in 1880 in Loch Haven PA.
  • She appeared on the census in 1900 in Loch Haven, Clinton, PA.
  • She appeared on the census in 1910 in Loch Haven, Clinton, PA.

Adaline married Orrin Day Satterlee on Aug 25, 1851 in Benezette. Elk Co, Pa. Orrin was born on Sep 7, 1811 in Athens, Bradford Co, Pa, died on Jan 5, 1892 in Lock Haven , Clinton Co., PA, and was buried in Highland Cemetery Lock Haven Pa.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 222 F    i. Helen Elizabeth Satterlee was born on Jun 1, 1852 in Benezette , Elk Co, Pennsylvania, died on Jun 22, 1931 in Lock Haven , Clinton Co., PA, and was buried in Highland Cemetery, Lock Haven, Clinton Co., PA.

  1. Caroline Toby Winslowwas born on Aug 8, 1819 in Clearfield, Clearfield Co, Pennsylvania, died on Feb 24, 1882 in Lock Haven , Clinton Co., PA, and was buried in Highland Cemetery Lock Haven, Pa.

Noted events in her life were:

  • She appeared on the census in 1850 in Bellefonte, Centre, Pennsylvania.
  • She appeared on the Benjamin and Caroline and family census in 1860 in Lock Haven, Clinton, PA.
  • She appeared on the census in 1880 in Benezette Village, Elk , Pa. with son Reuben; Caroline is widowed; also Elizabeth Winslow- grandmother of Reuben living there as a widow
  • She appeared on the Carolline with son Frank census in 1870 in Lock Haven, Clinton Co, Pa.

Caroline married Benjamin Rush Petrikin on Dec 30, 1840 in Benezette, Elk, Pennsylvania. Benjamin was born on Jun 16, 1815 in Danville, Columbia Co, Pa, died on Mar 18, 1866 in Lock Haven, Clinton, PA, and was buried in Highland Cemetery Lock Haven, Pa.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Descendent of: son od David and Elizabeth Petriken who belonged to a branch of the Temple family in England
  • He was employed. lawyer

Children from this marriage were:

+ 223 M    i. Reuben Winslow “Rush” Petrikin was born on Jan 23, 1843 in Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania, died on Oct 15, 1882 in Mexico, and was buried in Highland Cemetery Lock Haven, Pa.

+ 224 M    ii. William Franklin Frank Petrikin was born on Jun 3, 1847 in Bellefonte, Center Co, Pennsylvania, died on Feb 8, 1890 in Lock Haven , Clinton Co., PA, and was buried in Highland Cemetery Lock Haven, Pa.

+ 225 F    iii. Helen Elizabeth Petrikin was born on Dec 26, 1844 in Bellefonte, Centre, Pennsylvania, died on Jul 18, 1851 in Bellefonte, Centre, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Highland Cemetery Lock Haven, Pa.

  1. Emeline Emma Barclay Winslowwas born on Oct 30, 1826 in Clearfield, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, died on Feb 18, 1907 in Los Angeles City, Los Angeles, California, and was buried in Rosedale Cemetery, Los Angeles, CA.

Noted events in her life were:

  • She appeared on the census in 1900 in Los Angeles, CA. She is with son in law , and widowed

Emeline married Robert Miller Winslow on Jul 22, 1846 in Benezette, Elk, PA, son of James Winslow and Elizabeth Betsy Miller. Robert was born on Mar 29, 1821 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Mar 31, 1891 in Los Angeles, CA, and was buried in Rosedale Cemetery, Los Angeles, CA.

General Notes: Winslow Memorial–5. Emeline-Barclay, b. 30 Oct. 1826; m. Benezette, 22 July, 1846, Robert Miller ‘Winslow [12534], b. 29 Nov. 1821, Punxsutawney, Pa., son. of James and Betsy (Miller) of Punxsutawney. Lumberman and banker. Residence:. in the counties of Elk, Clinton, and Lycoming, Pa. 1873, Oconto, Oconto Co., Wisconsin., and, 1887, Jamestown, Dakota. 

Noted events in his life were:

  • He appeared on the census in 1850 in Benezette, Elk , Pa.
  • He appeared on the census in 1860 in Loch Haven, Clinton, PA.
  • He had a residence in 1873 in Living in Oconto, Oconto Co., Wisconsin.
  • He had a residence in 1887 in Living in Jamestown, Dakota Territory.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 226 M    i. James Rush Winslow was born on Jan 24, 1849 in Benezette, , Elk, PA, died on Jun 5, 1897 in Jamestown, Stutsman, North Dakota, and was buried in Wildwood Cemetery, Williamsport, PA.

+ 227 M    ii. Reuben Satterlee Winslow was born on Apr 16, 1852 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died after 1930 of Benezette Township, Elk, Pennsylvania.

He never married and had no children

+ 228 F    iii. Clara Emma Winslow was born on Aug 20, 1856 in Lock Haven , Clinton Co., PA, died in 1921 in Los Angeles City, Los Angeles, California, and was buried in Rosedale Cemetery, Los Angeles, CA.

  1. Hiram Winslowwas born on Jan 1, 1825 in Clearfield, Clearfield, Pennsylvania and died on Feb 24, 1831 in Clearfield, Clearfield Co, Pa.
  2. Carpenter A Winslowwas born in 1829 in Benezette Twp, Elk Co, PA, died in Jan 1884 in Taylor’s Falls, Minn, and was buried in Kahbakong Cemetery, Taylor Falls, MN.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He was employed. lumber business; the lumber industry was switching from PA to MN and WI. Carpenter bought land from 1865 thru 1871-had land patents in WI. this was a very profitable time for anyone investing or involved in lumber. For a short period of time, Reuben Colburn WINSLOW and his sister, Mary Emma lived in Lincoln County, WI. While in Lincoln County, Reuben worked for the railroad.
  • He appeared on the census in 1850 in Benezette Twp, Elk Co, PA. with father Ebenezer and brothers and sisters(mother passed away in 1844)
  • Moved: 1855. from Pennsylvania to Minnesota
  • He appeared on the Minn census on Sep 21, 1857 in Taylor Falls MN. with Carpenter A , Mary, Henry, Ida
  • He appeared on the census in 1860 in Taylor Falls MN. with wife Mary and Henry, Ida, and Mary
  • Military: 1862-1863. in Taylor’s Falls, MN. Commissioned an officer in Company C, Minnesota 7th Infantry Regiment on 24 Aug 1862. Mustered out on 25 May 1863. 1LT
  • He appeared on the census in 1870. The 1870 Taylors Falls, MN census shows Carpenter Winslow, his wife and children. So it appears he was alive in 1870.
  • He appeared on the Minnesota territorial and state censuses census on May 1, 1875 in Taylor’s Falls, Minn. C A Winslow, M A, Henry, Ida, May, W C ,C R

Carpenter married Mary H. Falls circa 1852. Mary was born in 1834 in NY, died on Apr 7, 1879 in Taylors Falls, Chisago, Minnesota, and was buried in Kahbakong Cemetery.

Noted events in her life were:

  • She appeared on the Minnesota territorial and state censuses census in 1875 in Taylors Falls, MN.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 229 M    i. HENRY Harvey Winslow was born on Oct 19, 1852 in Benezette, , Elk, PA and died on Jan 31, 1938 in Minneapolis, Hennepin Co, MN.

+ 230 F    ii. Ida Lucretia B. Winslow was born circa Nov 27, 1853 in Benezette, , Elk, PA and died on Mar 3, 1934 in Seattle, King Co., WA.

+ 231 F    iii. Mary A. Winslow was born circa 1858 in MN, died on Apr 7, 1879 in Taylor’s Falls, Minn, and was buried in Kahbakong Cemetery, Taylor Falls, MN.

+ 232 M    iv. William Carpenter Winslow was born on Nov 10, 1862 in probably Taylor Falls MN and died on Sep 27, 1928 in Seattle, King Co., WA.

+ 233 F    v. C. R. Winslow was born circa 1867 in Taylor Falls MN and died after 1875 of Taylors Falls, Chisago, Minnesota.

  1. Elizabeth Winslowwas born in 1833 in Benezette, Elk Co., PA and died after 1870.
  2. Martha Winslowwas born in 1836 in Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania and died after 1900 of Chisago Co., MN.

Noted events in her life were:

  • She appeared on the census in 1850. In the 1850 Elk census, next door neighbor is Henry DERING with son Edward G. DERING. Edward G. DERING also moves to Taylor’s Falls about same time as WINSLOW’s.
  • She appeared on the census in 1860 in Jones, Elk, Pennsylvania. with husband E G , and son Rolland

Martha married Edward Goburn Dering circa 1852 in Elk Co, PA, son of Henry Dering and Unknown. Edward was born circa 1827 in Elk Co, PA and died circa 1896 in Taylors Falls, Chisago Co., MN.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He died in 1896. based on internet inquiry looking for obit in Chisago Co newspaper for Sep 1896
  • He appeared on the census in 1880 in Grantsburg, Burnett, Wisconsin.
  • He appeared on the census in 1860 in Jones, Elk, Pennsylvania, United States.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 234 M    i. Rolland Winslow Dering was born in Nov 1852 in Jones, Elk Co , PA and died on Dec 26, 1943 in Everett, Snohomish, WA.

  1. Ebenezer Colburn Winslowwas born in Jun 1840 in Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania, died on Mar 9, 1925 in Taylor’s Falls, Minn, and was buried in Kahbakong Cemetery, Taylor Falls, MN.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He served in the military. Civil War from IL
  • He appeared on the census in 1850 in Benezette Twp, Elk Co, PA.
  • Marriage Fact: Nov 5, 1866, Lakeport, St Clair County, MI. 5 Nov 1866, Lakeport
    Ebenezer C. Winslow, 25, Tafar Falls, Minnesota
    Adelia Pettys, 25, Lakeport
    Rice & Marion Graham; George Wilson, Minister
  • He appeared on the census in 1870 in Taylor Falls MN. with wife Adelia
  • He appeared on the census in 1875 in Taylor Falls MN. with wife Delia and Oren Walker, 7 yrs born in MN(??)
  • He appeared on the census in 1880 in Taylor Falls MN. with wife Delia, adopted son Burt, and a Aurilla Lewis, 64 yrs- this probably Delia’s mother
  • He appeared on the census in 1900 in Rosilia Town, Whitman, Washington. with wife Delia and son Burt, single
  • He appeared on the census in 1905 in Taylor Falls MN.
  • He appeared on the census in 1910 in Taylor Falls MN.
  • He appeared on the census in 1920 in Taylors Falls, Chisago, Minnesota.

Ebenezer married Adelia Lorena Lewis on Nov 5, 1866 in Lakeport, St Clair, County, MI. Adelia was born on Jun 7, 1840 in Michigan, died on Feb 12, 1922 in Hennepin Co., MN, and was buried in Kahbakong Cemetery, Taylor Falls, MN.

General Notes: St. Clair County, Michigan Marriages 1843-1893 5 Nov 1866, Lakeport
Ebenezer C. Winslow, 25, Tafar Falls, Minnesota Adelia Pettys, 25, Lakeport

The child from this marriage was:

+ 235 M    i. Burt O. Winslow was born in Apr 1868 in MN and died on Oct 15, 1907 in Georgetown, King Co., Washington.

  1. James HARVEY Winslowwas born on Nov 25, 1836 in Benezette, Clearfield Co., PA, died on Dec 29, 1924 in Taylor’s Falls, Minn, and was buried in Kahbakong Cemetery.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He had a residence. born in Benezette Pa area; lived in Michigan in the 1860’s then moving to Taylor Falls, MN by early 1870’s
  • He appeared on the census in 1860 in Blissfield, Lenawee, Michigan. with sister Saphronia Thayer family
  • He had a residence in 1871 in Taylors Falls, Chisago Co., MN.
  • He appeared on the census in 1880 in Taylor Falls MN. with wife and 2 sons
  • He appeared on the census in 1900 in Orono, Hennepin, Minnesota. with wife Laura and daughters Cladia and Gertrude
  • He appeared on the census in 1920 in Minneapolis Ward 8, Hennepin, Minnesota. with daughter Claudia

James married Laura Elizabeth Payne in 1865. Laura was born on Jun 12, 1843 in Michigan, died on Oct 25, 1910 in Hennepin Co., MN, and was buried in Kahbakong Cemetery, Taylor Falls, MN.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 236 M    i. John Murray Winslow was born in Jul 1871 in MN and died on Jan 24, 1942 in Minneapolis Ward 8, Hennepin, Minnesota.

+ 237 M    ii. CLEMENT Reginald Winslow was born on Aug 18, 1877 in Taylor’s Falls, Minn and died from Jun 1927 to 1930 of Oak Grove, Minneapolis, MN.

+ 238 F    iii. Claudia M. Winslow was born in Feb 1881 in Taylor’s Falls, Minn and died after 1930 of Minneapolis Ward 8, Hennepin, Minnesota.

She never married and had no children

+ 239 F    iv. Gertrude W. Winslow was born in Jul 1884 in Taylor’s Falls, Minn and died after 1905 in Hennepin, MN.

+ 240 M    v. James Harvey Winslow was born in 1866 in Taylor Falls, MN, died on Apr 12, 1868 in Taylor Falls, MN, and was buried in Kahbakong Cemetery, Taylor Falls, MN.

  1. Saphronia C. Winslowwas born in Apr 1830 in Benezette Twp, Clearfield Co, PA, died on Mar 11, 1913 in Minneapolis, Hennepin Co., MN, and was buried in Lakewood Cemetery, Minneapolis, Hennipen Co., MN.

Noted events in her life were:

  • Moved: 1855, Blissfield Twp., Lenawee Co., Michigan.
  • She appeared on the census in 1860 in Blissfield, Lenawee, Michigan. Henry and Saphronia thayer Elizabeth b Mich c 1851; Emma 1853; William1856
  • She appeared on the census in 1870 in Deerfield, Lenawee, Michigan. Henry, Saphronia, Ella, Emma, William, Burdette, and Henry’s father David Thayer, 85 yrs
  • She appeared on the census in 1880 in New Wartford, Butler Iowa.
  • She appeared on the census in 1885 in South Dakota Territory. Henry, Saphronia, D. B.
  • She appeared on the census from 1900 to 1910 in Minneapolis Ward 10, Hennepin, Minnesota. Widowed and Living with daughter Emma and husband Guy Lillie

Saphronia married Henry T. Thayer on Jun 12, 1850 in Benezette Twp, Elk Co, PA, son of David Thayer and Elizabeth Ackerman. Henry was born on Feb 25, 1823 in Milo, Yates Co, NY, died on Oct 12, 1892 in prob Minneapolis, MN, and was buried in Lakewood Cemetery, Minneapolis MN.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Land Purchase: Early Homesteaders-Henry T Thayer, Sep 30, 1889, Hyde Co., SD -.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 241 M    i. William Henry Thayer was born on Sep 7, 1856 in Blissfield, Lenawee, Michigan and died on Feb 27, 1911 in Kings Co, WA.

+ 242 F    ii. Emma Adelaide Thayer was born on Aug 1, 1853 in Ridgway, Elk Co., PA and died on Jun 2, 1941 in Altadena, Los Angeles County, Calif.

+ 243 M    iii. DENTON Burdette Thayer was born on Sep 2, 1860 in Blissfield, Lenawee, Michigan, died on May 26, 1930 in San Antonio, Los Angeles, California, and was buried in Lakewood Cemetery, Minneapolis, Hennipen Co., MN.

+ 244 F    iv. Eliza Ellen Thayer was born on Dec 30, 1851 in Ridgway, Elk Co., PA and died after 1900 of Cedar Falls City, Black Hawk, Iowa.

  1. Sarah Phebe Winslowwas born in 1842 in Benezette, Elk, Pennsylvania and died after 1850 of Benezette Twp., Elk Co., PA.
  2. Mary Winslowwas born circa 1843 in Benezette Twp, Elk Co, PA and died before 1850 in not in census Benezette, Elk , Pa.
  3. Ida ALMA Winslowwas born on Nov 10, 1857 in Prob Blissfield, Lenawee, Michigan and died between 1883 and 1900 in maybe SD.

Ida married George Asbury Lawrence on Oct 16, 1878 in Whiteside Co, IL. George was born on Jun 22, 1848 in MI, died on Jul 24, 1917 in Aberdeen, Brown Co., SD, and was buried in Riverside Cemetery, Aberdeen, SD.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 245 M    i. Richard Winslow LAWRENCE was born on Aug 22, 1879 in IL and died on Jan 5, 1950 in Los Angeles City, Los Angeles, California.

+ 246 M    ii. William H. LAWRENCE was born in Feb 1883 in SD and died after 1930 of Los Angeles City, Los Angeles, California.

  1. Eva Dora Winslowwas born on May 17, 1859 in Prob Blissfield, Lenawee, Michigan and died on May 20, 1859 in Prob Blissfield, Lenawee, Michigan.
  2. Sarah Long Winslowwas born on Aug 3, 1832 in Gaskill, Jefferson, PA, died on Jan 14, 1902 in Gaskill, Jefferson County., PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA (Sec. J, Row 15),.

General Notes: Sarah’s obituary in 1902 lists survivors as two sons and three daughters. Also “one son, Frank WINSLOW, died last fall at their home in Gaskill township”. two children of Joseph Winslow and Christina Long – Mary Emma WINSLOW (1864-1932) and Rubin C. WINSLOW (1867-1955). Mary Emma married Myron H. Mc CORD 1904. Rubin married Eleanor A. (two children; Myron M and Willis W). Rubin and his family and Mary Emma are all buried in Fairmount Cemetery in Denver, CO.

SARAH LONG WINSLOW was the daughter of JOSEPH WOOD WINSLOW. She married her first cousin, JOHN WALDEN WINSLOW, who was the son of her father’s brother, CARPENTER WINSLOW.
At the time of the 1900 census, the widow SARAH had several family members living with her: a bachelor son, FRANK LESLIE (age 42), an unmarried daughter, “EMMA” (age 37), and two grandchildren — WALTER KREMKAU (age 18) and MARION KREMKAU (age 12). These children were those of her daughter, MARION AUGUSTA WINSLOW, who had married JOHANN HERMAN HEINRICK KREMKAU in 1876. The children’s parents were both living in 1900. MARION appeared in a 1911 family photo, and JOHANN KREMKAU lived until 1915.

Obituary of Sarah Long Winslow (1832 – 1902) Jan 14, 1902 “MRS. SARAH WINSLOW died yesterday evening at her home in town [Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co., PA], where she had recently come from the hospital: she went to the hospital with typhoid fever a few months ago, and after the fever was past she developed other complications which finally wore her out. She was in her seventieth year and was a daughter of JOSEPH WINSLOW, of Gaskill Township. She married her cousin JOHN W. WINSLOW and leaves two sons and three daughters, all grown up. One son, FRANK WINSLOW, died last fall of fever at their home in Gaskill township.

Noted events in her life were:

  • She appeared on the census in 1880 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa. Sarah Winslow head of houshold with children; husband John living with daughter. Is he ill? Sarah census says she is widowed 3 hoiuses from father Joseph Wood Winslow
  • She appeared on the census in 1900 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa. Sarah is head of household and widowed Walter Kremkau (age 18) and Marion Kremkau (age 12) are shown at the residence of their grandmother, Sarah Winslow, at the time of the 1900 census. 1900 census states Sarah Winslow is a widow and a”farmer”; also that she rents rather than owns her home. son Frank and daughter Emma living with her also

Sarah married John Walden Winslow on Oct 12, 1853 in Gaskill, Jefferson Co, Pa, son of Carpenter Winslow and Beulah (Elizabeth) Keene. John was born on Jan 2, 1825 in Jefferson Co, PA, died on Apr 27, 1910 in Boise, Ada County, Idaho, and was buried in Morris Hill Cemetery , Boise, ID.

Noted events in their marriage were:

  • Marriage Fact: Officiate 12 OCT 1853 in Rev. George F Reeser

General Notes: Carpenter Sr.’s grandson, John Walden Winslow, born in 1825, traveled with his daughter, and granddaughter to Boise, Idaho where he died in 1910. Interestingly he was also married to a Winslow (his cousin), Sarah Long Winslow, born in Gaskill Township, PA in 1832, and she was also the granddaughter of Carpenter Winslow, Sr.

“My grandmother was always VERY proud of her Winslow heritage, tracing back to the Pilgrims; she had seven children, including my mom, all born in Idaho. Among the seven children and numerous grandchildren we include engineers, doctors, and even a fighter pilot/retired general . ” B Wright.

Mary Lou Gibb Pember, who was Anna Mae (Tucker) Gibb’s firstborn daughter, wrote
“John Walden Winslow, my great grandfather, was a mason, who worked with brick — building chimneys, fireplaces, foundations etc. He built the fireplaces and chimneys in the house in Punxsutawney, and my grandfather, Ashbel Tucker, built the remainder of the house (address: corner of HW 36 and Virginia Street, Punxsutawney, PA ) According to the man who now lives there, the brickwork is as good as when it was built and the doors still hang well, and the house is really in good shape. Since it was built in 1892-93, it speaks well for the handiwork of those who built it. John Walden Winslow came to Boise in 1907 with my mother’s family and is buried in Morris Hill Cemetery in Boise Idaho.”

Sarah Winslow, wife of John Walden Winslow. “my great grandmother, Sarah, lived on the same little farm at Winslow, PA until she died at the age of seventy from typhoid fever, complicated by pneumonia. I remember seeing her picture in my grandmother’s (Anna Winslow Tucker) photograph album and she was a little lady with hair as dark as a young woman’s should be (no hair dye in those days!)” Sarah was born in 1832 and passed away in 1902 . Five years later, 1907, John Walden Winslow went with his daughter, Anna, and son-in-law, Ashbel Tucker, from Pennsylvania to Boise, and then he passed away three years later in 1910. My grandmother, Anna Mae Tucker was born in Winslow, PA in 1891, and when she was 15 months old moved about 5 miles away to Punxsutawney to a “new home built by her father (Ashbel Tucker) and grandfather (John Walden Winslow – husband of Sarah).

The Idaho Statesman, Boise, Ada County, Idaho, Thursday, 28 April 1910, WINSLOW, J.W–aged 85 [b. ca 1825] Died last evening ( Wednesday, 27 April 1910) at the home of his daughter, Mrs. A.H. Tucker at 1917 North Tenth Street. The deceased is survived by six children, but one of whom lives in the state. The funeral was held Friday afternoon[29 April 1910] at 2 o’clock from the undertaking parlors on Hiatt and Lemon. Interment was at Morris Hill Cemetery.
Noted events in his life were:

  • He appeared on the John and Sarah Winslow census in 1860 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa.
  • He appeared on the John and Sarah and Family census in 1870 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa.
  • He appeared on the census in 1880 in Bell, Jefferson, Pennsylvania. Living In Household Of His Daughter Marion Kremkau and husband John and Jessie (1) and Julius(3m) Sarah is in 1880 census head of household Why is John with daughter; ill?? Sarah’s 1880 census says she is widower John’s occupation plasterer
  • He appeared on the census in 1900 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA. Anna and Ash Tucker with 6 children , but not John Walden Winslow
  • Moved: 1907, Boise Idaho. John Walden Winslow came to Boise in 1907 with my mother’s family (Ashbel Tucker and Anna Winslow including Anna Mae) and is buried in Morris Hill Cemetery
  • He appeared on the census 16 Apr1910 in Boise, Ada, Idaho. John Winslow living in Boise Idaho with daughter Anna Tucker , Ashbel Tucker and children Stanley, May ,Howard , Mildred John is widowed and had been married 58 yrs and 85 yrs old

(Duplicate Line. See Person 102)

  1. Caroline Barrett Winslowwas born on Jun 11, 1835 in Gaskill, Jefferson County., PA, died on May 15, 1897 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

Caroline married John Barr Wilson on Oct 12, 1854 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa. John was born on Apr 4, 1825 in Indiana Co, Pa, died in Apr 1894 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 247 F    i. Emma Christine Wilson was born on Sep 20, 1869 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Aug 4, 1933 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Riverview Cemetery, Huntington, PA.

+ 248 F    ii. Edith May Wilson was born on Mar 1, 1856 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died in 1933 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. F, Row 7).

+ 249 F    iii. Anna Mary Wilson was born on Nov 3, 1860 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died on Apr 23, 1892 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

+ 250 F    iv. Carolyn Carrie Ella Wilson was born on Oct 13, 1862 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died in 1954 in probably Punxsutawney, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. B, Row 5).

+ 251 F    v. Adda Wilson was born circa 1875 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died after 1880 of Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

+ 252 F    vi. Edna Winslow Wilson was born on May 16, 1876 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died in 1949 in Washington D.C., and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

+ 253 F    vii. Margaret Elizabeth Wilson was born on Aug 11, 1867 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died after 1880 of Punxsutawney Ward 3, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

+ 254 M    viii. George Brinton McClellan Wilson was born on Sep 14, 1861 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died after 1880 of Punxsutawney Ward 3, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

+ 255 M    ix. Joseph Winslow Wilson was born on Nov 29, 1858 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Feb 3, 1931 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. F, Row 5).

  1. Augustus Gaskill Winslowwas born on Jan 15, 1841 in Winslow Farm, Winslow Station , Gaskill Township, PA, died on Mar 18, 1928 in Winslow Station, Gaskill, Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. I, Row 1).

General Notes: AUGUSTUS GASKILL WINSLOW (1841-1928) from “History of Jefferson County, Pennsylvania” (1888) by Kate M. Scott
“Gaskill, Big Run, Hudson P.O., was a son of JOSEPH W. and CHRISTIANA (LONG) WINSLOW of Gaskill and a grandson of CARPENTER and ELIZABETH (COLBURN) WINSLOW. He was born in Pittston, Mass (Maine)., on Mar. 22, 1866 (1766). His [4th] great-grandfather was KENELM WINSLOW, who came on the second voyage of the Mayflower from England. AUGUSTUS was born in Gaskill, Jefferson Co. in 1842 and was married in 1870 to EVELINE BELL. She died in 1883, leaving a family of 3 children: ANNIE M., MAGGIE E., and EDITH BLANCHE. He then married his second wife, BARBARA [PIFER not Piper] of Henderson, in April 1885. She was a daughter of JONAS and ELIZABETH [PIFER] of Henderson. AUGUSTUS GASKILL became engaged in the lumber business in 1866 and in 1880 erected a steam sawmill of 25 horse power on the Ugly Run Stream. He was the founder of the post office at Hudson and held the office of postmaster for about 17 years, only giving it up when President Cleveland took his seat. He enlisted in Co. B., 74th PA Vols., under Colonel Scorbury, and served until the close of the [Civil] war.”

“Augustus G. Winslow Honored on 86th Anniversary of Birth”
“The celebration last Saturday of the eighty-sixth birthday anniversary of AUGUSTUS GASKILL WINSLOW, of Gaskill township, at his home at Winslow Station, brought together thirty or forty relatives and a few old friends, who enjoyed an afternoon of communion and feasting. Few men of his age are so well preserved and so clear in mind as is Mr. WINSLOW, whose life goes back to the days of Daniel Webster and Henry Clay, and who served time in the Union army during the Civil War.

“The Winslows came to this part of the country from the state of Maine about 1815, the head of the family being CARPENTER WINSLOW, who brought several of his nine sons with him. They settled near where the celebration of last week was held and two or three farms there are held by descendants of the original stock. The Winslow family, which traces its descent from the Wyncelowes of London and Oxford city in the early 1500s, came to the country on the Mayflower, in the person of EDWARD WINSLOW, afterwards governor of Plymouth Colony. His younger brother, KENELM WINSLOW, came in 1628, and from him sprang the large connection in New England and over the country generally.
“Through KENELM WINSLOW, JOB, JAMES, another JAMES, CARPENTER and JOSEPH WOOD WINSLOW came AUGUSTUS WINSLOW, the seventh generation from KENELM, and the eighth, ninth, tenth and later generations quite numerous hereabout[s]. Mrs. MINERVA BOWERS and Mrs. MARY E. WINSLOW [Long], two sisters of Mr. WINSLOW, are still living and in good health.” 18 Jan 1927

“AUGUSTUS WINSLOW CIVIL WAR VETERAN DIED SUDDENLY SUN.” 18 Mar 1928
“Lifelong Resident of Winslow Station Dies After Brief Illness.”

“AUGUSTUS GASKILL WINSLOW, veteran of the Civil War, a life-long resident of Gaskill Township and one of the best known and best liked citizens of this locality, died Sunday morning at his home at Winslow Station. He had been in his usual health, but had some distress during the preceding night and sat up much of the night. About six in the morning he lay down on the davenport, where he passed away almost instantly, with only his wife present.
“Mr. WINSLOW was born on the farm near his late residence on January 15, 1841, and was one of the three sons of JOSEPH WOOD WINSLOW, one of the early settlers, AUGUSTUS being of the seventh generation from the Mayflower pioneers. He served in the 7th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers during the later years of the war, and for many years kept a store at Winslow, also engaging in farming and lumbering. September 29, 1870, he married EVELINE BELL, daughter of JUDGE JAMES H. BELL, and to this union three daughters were born, all of whom are living: Mrs. JOHN DOUGHERTY [Anne], Mrs. W. A. BOWERS [Edith], and Mrs. HARRY FRAMPTON [Margaret]. Mrs. [Eveline Bell] WINSLOW died 1882, and on April 23, 1885 he married Miss BARBARA PIFER of DuBois. He is also survived by two sisters, Mrs. WILLIAM W. BOWERS [Minerva], Mrs. MARY WINSLOW [Long ], and by many other relatives.
“He was a man of the highest character, and his integrity, frankness and generosity, his confidence in his fellow man, and his devotion to his church and the best institutions of his country, marked him as a Christian gentleman of the most admirable type. He desired no public honors, but he set a high standard for men who sought the public confidence. To do justice, love mercy, and to walk humbly with his God — these were the ideals that characterized his life throughout.
“Tuesday afternoon at three o’clock brief services will be held at his home, conducted by a neighbor, Mr. Bowers, formerly a minister; that evening his remains will be bought to the residence of W. A. Bowers [son-in-law], on East Mahoning Street, where the burial services will be conducted by Dr. Lyons, of the Methodist church. Wednesday afternoon at one o’clock, interment will be in the family lot at Circle Hill Cemetery.”

Noted events in his life were:

  • He was employed in 1880 in Farmer, Gaskill, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.
  • He appeared on the census in 1880 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa. living next to brother Clark three houses from father Joseph
  • He appeared on the census in 1900 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa. AG and wife identified as Barbara born July 1854 what about Elizabeth Pifer
  • Military: Mar 1, 1865-Aug 29, 1865. enlisted in Co. B., 74th PA Vols., under Colonel Scorbury, and served until the close of the Civil war enrolled Pittsburgh Pa; mustered in Harrisburg Pa-3/13/1865

Augustus married Eveline Fraser Bell on Sep 29, 1870 in Bell Township, Jefferson Co, Pennsylvania. Eveline was born on Oct 2, 1842 in Bell Twp, Jefferson Co, PA, died on Apr 11, 1882 in Gaskill, Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney., Jefferson Co., PA (Sec. I, Row 1).

Children from this marriage were:

+ 256 F    i. Anna Marie Winslow was born on Oct 30, 1871 in Gaskill, Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on May 18, 1948 in Gaskill, Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA (Sec I, Row 1).

+ 257 F    ii. Margaret Elizabeth Winslow was born on Oct 22, 1873 in Gaskill, Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Feb 18, 1944 in maybe Latrobe, Westmoreland Co,, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. I, Row 3).

+ 258 F    iii. Edith Blanche Winslow was born on May 5, 1876 in Gaskill, Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Apr 3, 1941 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. I, Row 1).

Augustus next married Barbara Elizabeth Pifer on Apr 23, 1885 in Jefferson Co, PA. Barbara was born on Jul 18, 1854 in Paradise Settlement above Big Run, Jefferson Co, PA, died on May 18, 1931 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Township, Punxsutawney PA.

General Notes: Obituary May 18, 1931
Mrs Barbara Pifer Winslow widow of Augustus G Winslow of Winslow died Monday evening in the Punxsutawney Hospital after a long illness at the age of 77 years.
The deceased was born in the Paradise Settlement above Big Run July 18, 1854 a daughter of Jonas and Elizabeth Pifer and lived most of her life in Gaskill Township. She was united in marriage to Mr Winslow in 1885 being his second wife. She was a member of the First M E Church of a deeply religious nature and one of the best loved women in this section of the county. Kindly, tolerant, or unusual patience her death is sincerely mourned.
She leaves three step daughters: Mrs Anna Daughtery and Mrs H W Frampton of Winslow and Mrs W A Bowers of this city. One brother William T Pifer of Houston Tx, and one sister Mrs Rachel Miller of big Run also survive.
Funeral services will be held at the home of Mr and Mrs W A Bowers on Easy Mahoning Street Thursday afternoon beginning at 2 o’clock with interment in circle Hill Cemetery.

  1. Hon Reuben Colburn “RC” Winslowwas born on Nov 9, 1833 in Winslow Homestead near Winslow Station, Gaskill Township, PA, died on Apr 17, 1912 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Punxsutawney PA.

General Notes: From Pa biographies: WINSLOW, HON. REUBEN C. The history of the Winslow family dates back to the pilgrim settlers of Plymouth, Mass. The founder of the family, Kenelm Winslow, son of Edward Winslow, of Droitwich, England, was born at that place on the 29th of April, 1599. He was the younger brother of Governor Winslow, and arrived at Plymouth in the Mayflower in 1629\emdash this was the Mayflower’s second voyage. He settled at Marshfield, Mass., but subsequently removed to Salem, where he died on the 13th of September, 1672, aged seventy-three years. Some of his descendants still reside upon the property which he purchased from the Indians April 2, 1659.
Carpenter Winslow was his great, and was born at Pittston, Mass., March 20, 1766. His father, James Winslow, was a millwright, and he very early became familiar with the use of mechanical implements, and was afterwards engaged in ship building\emdash having a ship yard at Wiscasset, Me., for several years. He married Elizabeth Colburn in 1787, and was the father of nine sons, four of whom became noted seamen.
In the year of 1818 this branch of the Winslow family came to Jefferson county, and Carpenter Winslow settled on what is now the old homestead, in Gaskill township. The county was then a dense wilderness, and like all new settlers they had to undergo untold privations; but they found themselves in a healthy climate, and where the soil, though hard to “clear,” was productive, so that they were soon able to raise grain and feed in abundance, while the surrounding forests and streams afforded them game and fish. One of their difficulties was having to carry their grain twenty or more miles along bridle- paths through the forest to mill.
In a few months the family of Dr. John W. Jenks came into the neighborhood, and with some others settled in what is now Punxsutawney, and the Bowers family located near the Winslows. These were followed by other settlers, and they soon found themselves in the midst of a good neighborhood, which is today one of the best farming sections of the county.
Carpenter Winslow died in November, 1827, his wife surviving him about eighteen years. Both are buried in the cemetery near Punxsutawney. Only two of his sons, James and Joseph W., father of R. C. Winslow, still survive. The rest have all passed away, leaving however, a large posterity, who are among the most prominent and best citizens of Jefferson and Elk counties. Joseph W. Winslow the youngest son of Carpenter Winslow, was born at Wiscasset, Me., December 10, 1804, and in 1832 married Christena Long, youngest daughter of Joseph Long, of Punxsutawney. Their family consisted of eleven children, four sons and seven daughters, who were all born at the old homestead, and who all survive, except a son and daughter who died in infancy. Mr. Winslow has resided on his farm for almost seventy years, and is now one of the patriarchs of the county. Two of his sons, Augustus G. and Joseph Clark Winslow, reside with their venerable parent at the homestead.
Reuben C. Winslow, the eldest son, was born November 9, 1833, and worked on the farm at home, getting his schooling in the winter until he was in his twenty-second year. He read law with Phineas W. Jenks, Esq., of Punxsutawney, and was admitted to practice at the February term, 1858, and entered into partnership with his preceptor, the firm of Jenks & Winslow continuing until May, 1880, when it was dissolved, and the same month Mr. Winslow entered into partnership with John E. Calderwood, the firm of Winslow & Calderwood still continuing.
Mr. Winslow was married to Miss Martha Drum, youngest daughter of the late John Drum, Esq., of Punxsutawney, June 24, 1858. The result of this union was two sons, John Carlton, born June 13, 1859, and Willie W., born May 7, 1862. The eldest son, Carlton, died November 11, 1881.
Mr. Winslow is a Republican in politics, and was elected to the State Senate in 1874. He still resides in Punxsutawney, where his home is one of the most beautiful in that thriving town.

In September 1864 at 31 years he purchased the ground along then Torrence Street for his new residence for $2500 a sizable sum for the time. this tract consisted of 12 acres which already adjoined land already owned by R C Winslow and stretched north to the Armory grounds and west toward what is now Mitchell Street.

The Jefferson County Recorders office lists more than 250 real estate transactions from 1864 to 1910 . Selling various tracts and lots of the years but retaining the adjoining pieces in 1909 at the age of 77 R C and his wife Martha conveyed the lot on the east to their son Willie and on the west to their grandson Eugene whom they raised. Willie and Eugene both constructed Tudor style homes on these lots.

Obituary
Hon R C Winslow
Punxsutawney lost one of her most highly esteemed citizens Wednesday night when Hon R C Winslow passed away at his home on Torrence Street. Although he has been in ill health for some time, Mr Winslow’s death was unexpected and the news of his demise when told on the streets was a surprise and shock to many. Following a severe attack of grippe this winter he was able to be about and on the morning of the day of his death he was able to walk about the house until 8 o’clock when his heart action grew weak.. Physicians were summoned but nothing could be done to stay the hand of death and he passed peacefully away at 11 o’clock PM in the seventy ninth year of his age.
The Winslow family were among the earliest settlers of the south end of Jefferson county coming here earliest down east early in the year 1818. They were descendents of the Pilgrim settlers of Plymouth, Mass.
Reuben Colburn Winslow was born November 9, 1833 on a farm near Winslow Station in Gaskill Township. He was the eldest son of Joseph and Christiana (Long) Winslow and the seventh in descent from the Mayflower Winslows of Plymouth Massachusetts. He was educated in the country schools and at the Clearfield academy and taught several terms of public school. He read law with Hon George A Jenks and was admitted to the Jefferson County bar February 15, 1860 when he entered into partnership with his preceptor which continued for twenty years. The firm of Winslow and Calderwood was then created which endured until Mr Winslow’s retirement from active practice about five years ago. For several years the deceased had been the senior member of the Jefferson county bar.
Mr Winslow was actively engaged in the banking business for many years. He was one of the organizers of the old Mahoning bank in 1868 among the founders of which Gen Harry White is probably now the only survivor. He was president of the First National bank from its foundation in 1883 to its merger with the Punxsutawney National Bank in 1909.
Mr Winslow took an active part in politics from the standpoint of a Republican and in 1873 was elected to the State senate serving until 1876. He was also active in other business affairs being one of the founders of the Punxsutawney Water company and of the first Electric Light company of which he has always been a director.
He has been attached to the Methodist Episcopal church from his youth, has been for many years an active member of its board of trustees , and a teacher in the Sunday school. He was president of the official Board of the Church for over thirty years.
The deceased was married June 24, 1858 to Martha Drum daughter of Squire John Drum of Punxsutawney. He is survived by his wife, a son, W W Winslow, Esq, a grandson Eugene H and two brothers and three sisters, namely: Augustus G and J Clark Winslow, Mrs Elizabeth Murray, Mrs Minerva Bowers and Mrs Mary Winslow; also two other grandchildren and two great grandchildren,
Funeral services were held at the Winslow home on Sunday afternoon at 3 o’clock conducted by Rev H G Dodd’s of Warren Pa a former pastor of Mr Winslow’s. Interment was made in the family burial plot in Circle Hill cemetery. Almost the entire membership of the Jefferson county bar association attended the funeral. The pall bearers were: Hon John W Reed, General Henry White, Dr W F Beyer, J H Fink, S A Rinn and H G Bowers.

Winslow Memorial-Reuben Colburn Winslow b. 9 Nov. 1833; m. by Rev. E.A. Johnston, Punxsutawney, 24 June, 1858, to Martha Drum, b. 12 Mar. 1837, P., daughter. of John and Martha (Hull) of Punxsutawney.
Mr. Winslow’s early life was spent on his father’s farm, receiving such education only as could be obtained in the common schools of the country some thirty or forty years ago. In 1860-61 he read law with P.W. Jenks of Punxsutawney, and after his admission to the bar of Jefferson Co., Pa., entered into a partnership with him, which continued for eighteen years. Since 1880 his legal firm has been Winslow & Calderwood. In 1884 he was elected to the State Senate of Pennsylvania and represented the 37th senatorial district, composed of Indiana and Jefferson Counties, for the years 1885 and 1886. His legal career has been a very successful one. Attorney-at-law and banker.Res. 1877, and 1887, Punxsutawney, Pa. 
Noted events in his life were:

  • He was employed in 1860. Admitted to practice law in Pennsylvania; Winslow and Calderwood law firm
  • He was elected as elected State senator from Punxsutawney Pa in 1873.
  • He was employed in 1900. attorney and banker on census; bank president aand founder
  • He appeared on the census in 1900 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.
  • He appeared on the census in 1910 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA. lived on Torrence St
  • Misc: Hon RC Winslow was very influential in the developemnt of Punxsutawney Pa and built the Winslow Mansion in the city- it is still standing

Reuben married Martha Elizabeth Drum on Jun 24, 1858 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania. Martha was born on Mar 12, 1837 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on May 8, 1915 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Township, Punxsutawney PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 259 M    i. William Warren WILLIE Winslow was born on May 7, 1862 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Feb 3, 1936 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Punxsutawney PA.

+ 260 M    ii. John Carleton Winslow was born on Jun 13, 1859 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Nov 11, 1881 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

  1. Joseph CLARK Winslowwas born on Dec 28, 1847 in Winslow Farm, Gaskill Twp., Jeff. Co., PA, died on Oct 12, 1912 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA (Sec. K, Row 8).

General Notes: Obituary- Oct 12, 1912 Joseph Clark Winslow Died Saturday at His Home
A Pioneer Citizen of Gaskill Township a brother of R C Winslow, Deceased
Joseph Clark Winslow, one of Gaskill township’s well known and substantial citizens died at his home Saturday evening last in the sixty fifth year of his age. He had been failing for several months but only about two months ago his afflicting was diagnosed as cancer of the stomach which rapidly brought him to the end. He was born on the farm where he always resided on December 28, 1847 and was the youngest son of Joseph W Winslow one of the earliest settlers of this part of the country. He was married September 3, 174 to Miss Lucy Prescott of Indiana county who survives him together with four sons. Charles S station agent at Dayton Pa, John M of the United States Forest Service in the state of Washington, J Edward of Gaskill township and Howard of Idaho. Also two daughters Christine and Maude at home. He is also survived by a brother A G Winslow of Gaskill township and three sisters Mrs Elizabeth Murray of Punxsutawney ; Mrs Minerva Bowers of Gaskill township and Mrs Mary E Winslow of Punxsutawney. The late R C Winslow Esq was another brother and Mrs John B Wilson deceased and Mrs John W Winslow deceased were sisters. Mr Winslow was a man of exemplary habits, industrious and neighborly and was a steadfast member of the Pleasant Grove Presbyterian church from which his funeral will take place Tuesday afternoon .His burial being in the family plot at Circle Hill cemetery.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He appeared on the census in 1880 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa. with wife Lucinda 27y; Charles 4y; John 3y; Edwin 1y; 2 houses from parents Joseph Wood Winslow
  • He appeared on the census in 1900 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa. Clark and Lucinda John M-1837; Daughter 1885; Maude 1890
  • He had a residence from 1847 to 1912 in Winslow Homestead, Gaskill Township, Pa.

Joseph married Lucinda C. LUCY Prescott on Sep 3, 1874 in Clarion Co, PA. Lucinda was born on Jan 6, 1852 in Strattonville, Clarion Co, Pa, died on Dec 31, 1933 in Rochester Mills, Indiana Co, Pa, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA (Sec. K, Row 8).

General Notes: Obituary Dec 31, 1933
Mrs Lucinda C Winslow widow of the late Clark Winslow of Winslow died at the home of her daughter Mrs Emmanuel Sheesley of near this city Sunday evening at 9:30 following a lingering illness. Mrs Winslow was in her eight first year.
The deceased was born in Strattonville , Clarion County January 6, 1852 a daughter of Mrs Hannah Prescott. She was united in marriage when a young girl to Clark Winslow who died some years ago. Mrs Winslow was a devout member fo the Presbyterian Church. She was held in high esteem by her many friends and her death is sincerely mourned.
She is survived by the following sons and daughters: C H Winslow of Dayton; John M Winslow of Montesano Wash; Edward J Winslow of Cloe; Mrs Christine Sheesley of neat this city; and Mrs Maude Irvin of White Salmon Wash. Four brothers William Prescott of Harmony; John Prescott of Springfield Mo; Edward Prescott of Bloomfield NJ and Miles Prescott of Warren also survive.
Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o’clock at the home of Wednesday daughter and burial will be made in Circle Hill Cemetery.

Noted events in her life were:

  • Alt Name: In Edward Joseph obit identified as Lucinda Martin.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 261 M    i. Charles Hudson Winslow was born on Jul 28, 1875 in Winslow, Gaskill Township, Jefferson County, Pa, died on Apr 8, 1955 in Honolulu, Hawaii, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA (Sec. K, Row 9).

+ 262 M    ii. John Malvern Jack Winslow was born on Jan 18, 1877 in Hudson Village, Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died on Aug 13, 1948 in Copalis Beach, Grays Harbor Co., WA, and was buried in Wynooche Cemetery, Grays Harbor Co., WA.

+ 263 M    iii. Edward Joseph Winslow was born on Aug 24, 1878 in Winslow, Gaskill Township, Jefferson County, Pa, died on Aug 20, 1938 in Cloe Twp., Jefferson Co., PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Township, Punxsutawney PA.

+ 264 M    iv. Howard Augustus Winslow was born on Nov 11, 1880 of Winslow, Pa and died from 1920 to 1933 in ID.

+ 265 F    v. Christine Myrtle Winslow was born on Feb 20, 1885 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died on Aug 8, 1973 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Row 2, Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Gaskill Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

+ 266 F    vi. Maude Bell Winslow was born on Apr 4, 1890 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa and died from 1938 to 1983 in Seattle, King Co., WA (probably).

+ 267 F    vii. Bertha Winslow was born in Feb 1888 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa and died in Aug 1972 in Philadelphia, PA.

  1. Mariah Eleanor Winslowwas born on Apr 22, 1837 in Gaskill, Jefferson County., PA, died on May 22, 1838 in Gaskill, Jefferson County., PA, and was buried in Findley Street Cemetery, Punxsutawney, Jefferson Co., PA (Row 18).
  2. Elizabeth Colburn Winslowwas born on Dec 31, 1838 in Gaskill, Jefferson, PA, died on Nov 13, 1924 in Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Punxsutawney PA.

Elizabeth married John Ponsonby Murray on Jan 27, 1857 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa. John was born on Sep 20, 1827 in Longford, Ireland, died on Dec 9, 1886 in Gaskill, Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. E, Row 15.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He immigrated in 1847.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 268 M    i. John Arthur Murray MD was born on May 26, 1858 in McGees Mills, Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died in 1945 in probably Patton, Cambria Co, Pa, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.

+ 269 F    ii. Julia Maud Murray was born on Jan 27, 1861 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died on Oct 25, 1890 in Clearfield Co, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

+ 270 F    iii. Caroline Gertrude Murray was born on Jan 26, 1863 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died in 1912, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

+ 271 M    iv. George Winslow Murray was born on Sep 5, 1864 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died on May 10, 1910 in Sandusky, Erie Co, OH, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA (Sec G, Row 3).

+ 272 M    v. Valesius Augustus Murray was born on Mar 18, 1867 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died in 1937 in Patton, Cambria Co, Pa, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.

+ 273 M    vi. Reuben James Murray was born on Feb 6, 1869 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa and died before 1924.

+ 274 F    vii. Mary Nora Murray was born on Dec 29, 1871 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died in 1903, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

+ 275 M    viii. Harold Holmes Murray was born on Jan 7, 1878 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa and died after 1920 of Metaline Falls, Pend Oreille, Washington.

  1. Minerva Clement Winslowwas born on Dec 18, 1842 in Old Farm, Gaskill, , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Mar 4, 1932 in Gaskill, , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Gaskill Township, Pa.

General Notes: Obituary
Beloved Woman of Gaskill Township dies at age of 89- Mar 4, 1932
Mrs Minerva Winslow Bowers Succumbs After Extended Illness
Services to be held Sunday
Mrs Minerva Winslow Bowers widow of William Wainwright Bowers died yesterday afternoon at her home in Gaskill Township ages 89 years two months and 16 days. She had been a woman of excellent health but began to fail about a year ago and her death has been expected for some weeks past.
Mrs Bowers was a daughter of Joseph W and Christiana Winslow and was born on the old farm December 18, 1842. She was married to William W Bowers October 3, 1861, he died December 21, 1905 and after his death she continued to reside on the farm where they had spent most of their life until 1924 when she built a home near to her daughter Mrs A L Gibson where she had lived ever since.
Ten children were born to her of whom Mrs Martha Gibson, Mrs Minnie Means, of Valier, Alice Bowers at home and George C Bowers of Big Run survive. Two of her children Annie Murray and ( rest was missing)

Minerva married William Wainwright Bowers on Oct 3, 1861 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa. William was born on Oct 31, 1834 in Bell, , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Dec 21, 1905 in Gaskill, , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Gaskill Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 276 F    i. Martha W. Bowers was born on Jan 23, 1865 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died in 1948 in probably Jefferson Co, PA, and was buried in Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Gaskill Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

+ 277 F    ii. Mary Minnie E. Bowers was born on Dec 18, 1866 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died in 1945 in Valier, Jefferson Co, PA, and was buried in Valier Cemetery, Perry Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

+ 278 F    iii. Anna Christiana Bowers was born on Mar 4, 1869 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died in 1915, and was buried in Pleasant Grove Cemetery., Gaskill Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

+ 279 F    iv. Lucy Emma Bowers was born on Jan 21, 1871 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died in 1894 in PA, and was buried in Pleasant Grove Cemetery., Gaskill Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

+ 280 M    v. George Clark Bowers was born on Dec 13, 1872 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died on Jul 11, 1960 in Philadelphia, PA, and was buried in Morningside Cemetery, Dubois, Elk, PA.

+ 281 M    vi. Joseph H. Bowers was born circa 1875 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa and died after 1880 of Gaskill, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

+ 282 F    vii. Alice M. Bowers was born in Sep 1878 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died on Jan 15, 1965 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, and was buried in Pleasant Grove Cemetery., Gaskill Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

  1. Mary Emily EMMA Winslowwas born on Jul 1, 1845 in Gaskill, Jefferson Co, Pa, died on Jan 19, 1939 in North Tonawanda, Niagara Co., NY, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Township, Punxsutawney PA.

General Notes: Obituary Former Resident of Punxs’y Dead Jan 19, 1939
Mrs Mary E Winslow Succumbed in Her Home in N Tonawanda at age of 94 years
Mrs Mary E Winslow who has been living with her son Joseph F Winslow in North Tonawanda NY for the past four years died at 11 o’clock Thursday night. She was born near Punxsutawney July 1 1845 hense was in the 94th year of her age. She was the last member of her family which was one of the pioneer families in this vicinity where she had lived all her life until going to North Tonawanda. She is survived by her son Joseph, three grandchildren, Robert and Helen Winslow and Samuel States.
The body will arrive in Punxsutawney this afternoon and be taken to the Morrison Funeral Home where services will be held Sunday afternoon beginning at 2 o’clock. Interment in Circle Hill Cemetery.

In 1870 census Mary is with her parents, but also A D Long ( Alexander Donaldson Long) is living with them. There may be an interesting story of this marriage. Is he related to Christiena Long- seems likely.

Noted events in her life were:

  • Marriage: Must have divorced or separated. She is labeled single in 1900 census He is supposedly in Philadelphia in 1910. and son has last name of Winslow

Mary married Alexander DONALDSON Long on Aug 18, 1872 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa. Alexander was born about 1851 in Gaskill, Jefferson, PA and died after 1910.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 283 M    i. Joseph Frank Winslow was born on Aug 16, 1873 in Mahaffey, Clearfield, Pa, died on Nov 18, 1948 in North Tonawanda, Niagara Co., NY, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Township, Punxsutawney PA.

+ 284 F    ii. Florence Ethelda Winslow was born circa Jan 1876 in PA, died on Oct 4, 1912, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

  1. Thomas Hudson Winslowwas born on Jun 21, 1851 in Gaskill, Jefferson County., PA, died in 1873 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.
  2. Florence Eva Winslowwas born on Apr 10, 1853 in Gaskill, Jefferson County., PA and died in 1881 in Gaskill, Jefferson, PA.
  3. Christine Winslowwas born on Jan 8, 1855 in Gaskill, Jefferson County., PA and died on Jan 9, 1895.
  4. Charles Henry Winslowwas born on Apr 19, 1837 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on May 12, 1907 in Benezette, Elk, PA, and was buried in Benezette Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

General Notes: History of the counties of McKean, Elk, and Forest, Pennsylvania
C. H. WINSLOW, inspector of timber, and blacksmith, Benezette, is a son of James and Elizabeth (Miller) Winslow, natives of Maine, who came to Jefferson county, Penn., in 1818. They reared a family of twelve children, C. H. being the third son. He was born April 19, 1837, at Punxsutawney, Penn., and here received an education in the district schools, working upon the farm with his father during his boyhood days. In July, 1858, he came to Benezette, and engaged with Reuben Winslow as clerk in a general store, where he remained until 1863. He married in July, 1864, Miss Ellen J., a daughter of William and Eva R. Deer,natives of Union county, Penn., and they have had a family of ten children, seven of whom are still living. After his marriage, Mr. Winslow engaged in lumbering, and his time was divided between that business and blacksmithing, until 1887, since when he has been employed as a timber and log inspector. He has held various township offices, such as supervisor, school director, auditor, etc. Mr. and Mrs. Winslow are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He appeared on the census in 1860 in Living With Parents.
  • He was employed in 1860 in Clerk; Blacksmith.
  • Moved: Jul 1858, To Benezette, PA.

Charles married Ellen Jane Deer on Sep 4, 1864 in Benezette, Elk, PA (probably). Ellen was born on Dec 2, 1845 in Bellefonte, Centre, Pennsylvania, died on Jan 19, 1917 in Benezette, Elk, PA, and was buried in Benezette Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 285 M    i. Austin Colburn Winslow was born on Apr 9, 1865 in Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania, died on Nov 10, 1946 in probably Patton, Cambria, PA, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.

+ 286 F    ii. Minnie Eva Winslow was born on Jul 14, 1867 in Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania and died after 1920 of Patton, Cambria, Pennsylvania.

+ 287 M    iii. Horatio Otis Winslow was born on Sep 17, 1869 in Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania, died in 1948 in Patton, Cambria Co, Pa, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.

+ 288 F    iv. Bessie Elyram M Winslow was born on Jan 3, 1872 in Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania, died in 1962, and was buried in Benezette Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

+ 289 M    v. Raymond Litch Winslow was born on Jan 31, 1882 in Benezette, Elk, Pennsylvania and died on Jul 19, 1939 in Williamsport, Lycoming Co., PA.

+ 290 F    vi. Larue L. Winslow was born in Nov 1885 in Benezette, Elk , Pa and died after 1910 of Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania.

+ 291 M    vii. James Winslow was born in Mar 1874, died on May 21, 1874, and was buried in Benezette Cemetery, Benezette, Elk Co., PA.

+ 292 M    viii. W. Amby Winslow was born in Mar 1874, died on Sep 4, 1874, and was buried in Benezette Cemetery, Benezette, Elk Co., PA.

  1. Martha Mattie Young Winslowwas born on Apr 26, 1835 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died on Apr 3, 1885 of Wellsville, Columbiana Co, OH.

Noted events in her life were:

  • She has conflicting death information of Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

Martha married Dr William Willis Johnston Chandler on Oct 7, 1851 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania. William was born on Sep 10, 1830 in Alexander, Huntington Co, PA and died after 1880 of Wellsville, Columbiana, Ohio.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He was employed. dentist

Children from this marriage were:

+ 293 M    i. Thomas James Chandler was born on Jul 7, 1853 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died on Nov 7, 1854 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

+ 294 F    ii. Larouka Chandler was born on Jul 4, 1855 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died on Jun 11, 1869 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

+ 295 F    iii. Kathryn Kate L. Chandler was born on Oct 7, 1857 in Brookville , Pa and died in Mar 1932 of Upper Yoder, Cambria, Pennsylvania.

+ 296 M    iv. William Chandler was born on Feb 12, 1860 in Rochester, Pa and died on May 6, 1862 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

+ 297 F    v. Bessie Winslow Chandler was born on Aug 10, 1862 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Mar 26, 1933 in Upland, Delaware, Pa, and was buried in Lawn Croft Cemetery.

+ 298 F    vi. Josephine Jossie Chandler was born on Jun 6, 1866 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died after 1880 of Wellsville, Columbiana, Ohio.

+ 299 M    vii. Alfred Whisler Chandler was born on Oct 25, 1868 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died on Nov 10, 1868 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

+ 300 M    viii. Charles Winslow Chandler was born on May 26, 1870 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died on Mar 30, 1949 of Chautauqua, New York.

+ 301 M    ix. James M Chandler was born on Oct 11, 1873 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died after 1930 of Upper Yoder, Cambria, Pennsylvania.

He never married and had no children

  1. Anstruss ANN Little Winslowwas born on Jul 10, 1833 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died on Sep 3, 1920 in Colville, Stevens Co, WA.

Anstruss married John Hendricks on Jul 27, 1854 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania. John was born on Nov 13, 1830 in Indiana, Indiana Co, Pa and died on Jul 11, 1908 in Spokane, Spokane, WA.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Military: served 3 years

Children from this marriage were:

+ 302 F    i. Florence Etta Hendricks was born on May 27, 1854 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died after 1870 of Indiana, Indiana, Pennsylvania.

+ 303 M    ii. James Shields Hendricks was born on Jul 22, 1857 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died on Apr 17, 1943 in Colville, Stevens, Washington.

+ 304 M    iii. Charles Addis Hendricks was born on Jan 29, 1860 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died after 1930 in Los Angeles County, Calif.

+ 305 M    iv. Henry Jameson Hendricks was born on May 22, 1862 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

+ 306 F    v. Martha Hendricks was born on Jun 21, 1865 in Indiana Co, Pa and died on Jul 13, 1865 in Indiana Co, Pa.

+ 307 M    vi. William Lloyd Hendricks was born on Jul 2, 1866 in Indiana Co, Pa and died after 1930 of Primrose, Multnomah, Oregon.

+ 308 F    vii. Emma Theresa Hendricks was born on Nov 14, 1870 in Indiana, Indiana Co, Pa and died on Apr 27, 1936 in Portland, Multnomah Co., Oregon.

+ 309 M    viii. Carney J. Hendricks was born in May 1862 in PA and died after 1900 of Pittsburgh Ward 20, Allegheny, Pennsylvania.

+ 310 M    ix. Malmet Hendricks was born circa 1877 in PA and died after 1910 in Spokane Ward 5, Spokane, Washington.

+ 311 M    x. Robert Miller Hendricks was born on Jul 13, 1873 in PA and died on Jul 3, 1942 in Alameda Co CA.

+ 312 M    xi. Malvern Hill Hendricks was born on Jan 23, 1878 in PA and died on May 16, 1944 in San Bernardino Co., CA.

  1. Lydia Smith Winslowwas born on Mar 28, 1828 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Apr 25, 1922 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (2nd Level, Row 18).

Noted events in her life were:

  • She appeared on the census in 1910. Living with Ann Gillespie Brady & her son, Joseph S. Brady (relationships unknown), Main St., Punxsutawney, PA

Lydia married James Updegraph Gillespie on Sep 25, 1848 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA. James was born on Jun 26, 1820 in Ligonier Valley, Westmoreland Co., Pa, died on Nov 12, 1895 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (2nd Level, Row 18).

General Notes: From History of Jeffrerson County ( Kate Scott):GILLESPIE, UPTHEGRAPH JAMES. Mr. Gillespie is of Irish parentage, and was born in Ligonier Valley, Westmoreland county, June 26, 1820. In 1826 his father removed to Washington township, Indiana county, where Mr. Gillespie was raised and educated. In 1842 he came to Punxsutawney, where he read medicine for two years, and in 1845 went west, and practiced for one year in the State of Michigan. In 1846 he returned to Punxsutawney and became engaged in lumbering, in which business he was actively engaged until 1874. In 1858 he removed to Clayville, where he has since permanently resided. Mr. Gillespie is now engaged in farming, milling and merchandising. March 25, 1848, he was married to Miss Lydia Smith Winslow, third daughter of Honorable James Winslow. They have five children \emdash Amanda J., married William B. Sutter; William M., Kate L., wife of John W. Parsons ; James L. and Anna. Mr. Gillespie has always been prominently identified with the political affairs of the county, being one of its leading Democrats. He represented Jefferson county in the State Legislature during the sessions of 1877 and 1878. He was a delegate to the Democratic National Convention held at Cincinnati in 1880, and at different times he has been honored with all the official positions in the gift of the citizens of the borough in which he resides.
Mr. Gillespie is a man of decided opinions; but the practical worth of his business skill and ability is well appreciated by the people of the county, and he has added largely by his example and liberality in advancing the interests of the town where he has so long resided. In religion he is a Catholic, and as the representative man of that church in the south side has contributed largely to the upbuilding of that denomination, and has now the satisfaction of seeing a beautiful and commodious house of worship erected in Clayville.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He worked as a “Proprieter of Clayville Manufacturing Co.
  • He has conflicting birth information of Ligonier Valley, Westmoreland Co., Pa.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 313 F    i. Amanda Jane Gillespie was born on Nov 28, 1849 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Feb 21, 1900 in Lindsay, Jefferson Co., PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp. near eastern Punxsutawney (Sec. F, Row 9).

+ 314 M    ii. William Miller Gillespie Esq was born on Mar 6, 1852 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died in 1932 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. F, Row 7).

+ 315 F    iii. Kate A. Liguori Gillespie was born on Apr 13, 1855 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Apr 24, 1932 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

+ 316 M    iv. Charles James Gillespie was born on Nov 27, 1857 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Apr 6, 1859 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

+ 317 M    v. James L. Gillespie was born on Jun 3, 1860 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Jul 12, 1863 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

+ 318 M    vi. James LINDSEY Lenzy Gillespie was born on Nov 10, 1864 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died after 1900 of Punxsutawney, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

+ 319 F    vii. Annie Gillespie was born circa 1868 in Clayville, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

  1. Amanda Fitzallen Winslowwas born on May 18, 1825 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Jul 20, 1912 in Warsaw Twp, , Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. G, Row 38).

Amanda married George Washington Porter on Sep 7, 1843 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA. George was born on Oct 31, 1818 in Philadelphia, PA, died on Mar 31, 1849 in probably Brookville, Jefferson Co., PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. G, Row 38).

Children from this marriage were:

+ 320 M    i. George Washington Porter was born on Aug 28, 1849 in Brookville, Jefferson Co, PA and died in 1935 of St Petersburg, Pinellas, Florida.

+ 321 M    ii. Robert Winslow Porter was born on Apr 7, 1847 in Brookville , Jefferson Co, Pa and died on Oct 12, 1849 in Brookville , Jefferson Co, Pa.

+ 322 F    iii. Martha Elizabeth Porter was born on Nov 13, 1844 in Brookville , Jefferson Co, Pa, died on Sep 25, 1849 in Brookville , Jefferson Co, Pa, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

Amanda next married Col John Garner Wilson on Feb 16, 1851 in Brookville, Jefferson Co, PA. John was born on Apr 24, 1824 in Burlington, VT, died on Mar 20, 1885 in Warsaw Twp, , Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Temple Cemetery, Hazen, Pa.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Military: served in Union Army enlisting as a private in 1861 and was promoted to the rank of Colonel in the Army of the Potomac was active in raising recrutis

Children from this marriage were:

+ 323 M    i. Frank Winslow Wilson was born on Feb 16, 1852 in Brookville , Pa and died on Jul 16, 1939 in Los Angeles County, Calif.

+ 324 F    ii. Emma Susanna Wilson was born on Apr 27, 1854 in Brookville, Jefferson Co , PA, died on Jan 5, 1859 in Jefferson Co , PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp. near eastern Punxsutawney (Sec. G, Row 38).

+ 325 F    iii. Lydia Francis Wilson was born on Aug 21, 1856 in Clayville Jefferson Co, Pa and died on Nov 13, 1947 in West Point, Calaveras Co., CA.

+ 326 M    iv. Charles O. Wilson was born on May 17, 1859 in Brookville, Jefferson, PA and died on Jun 17, 1925 of Eagle Rock, Calif.

+ 327 M    v. Alonzo M. Wilson was born on Mar 10, 1862 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Dec 13, 1937, and was buried in Temple Cemetery, Hazen, Pa.

+ 328 M    vi. James WILLIAM Wilson was born on Jul 25, 1865 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died in probably Weston, Lewis Co., WV.

  1. Eliza MARY Winslowwas born on Aug 7, 1823 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died in Nov 1875 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

Eliza married David Chitticks Gillespie on Sep 25, 1848 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA. David was born on Aug 25, 1822 in Mahoning, Indiana Co, Pa, died on Mar 18, 1909 in Reynoldsville, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 329 M    i. Clarence Howard Gillespie was born on Sep 14, 1849 in Brookville, Pa and died after 1870 of Clayville, Jefferson, PA.

+ 330 F    ii. Clara Emma Gillespie was born on Jan 17, 1852 in Brookville, Pa and died after 1870 of Clayville, Jefferson, PA.

+ 331 F    iii. Laurie Addie Gillespie was born on Dec 3, 1854 in Brookville, Jefferson Co, PA and died after 1900 of Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

+ 332 M    iv. James Winslow Gillespie was born on Jun 19, 1857 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Dec 5, 1948 in Westlake, Cuyahoga Co, OH, and was buried in Elmhurst Park Cemetery.

+ 333 M    v. George Irwin Gillespie was born on Nov 30, 1859 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died on Mar 1, 1944 in Sultan, Snohomish, WA.

+ 334 F    vi. Mary MAMIE Gillespie was born on Jul 14, 1865 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

+ 335 M    vii. Malvern Hill Gillespie was born on Jun 11, 1862 in Brookville, Pa and died on May 21, 1870 in Clayville, Jefferson Co, Pa.

+ 336 M    viii. David Chitticks Gillespie was born on Jul 22, 1869 in Big Run , Jefferson Co, PA and died on Jul 23, 1869 in Big Run , Jefferson Co, PA.

  1. Robert Miller Winslowwas born on Mar 29, 1821 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Mar 31, 1891 in Los Angeles, CA, and was buried in Rosedale Cemetery, Los Angeles, CA.

General Notes: Winslow Memorial–5. Emeline-Barclay, b. 30 Oct. 1826; m. Benezette, 22 July, 1846, Robert Miller ‘Winslow [12534], b. 29 Nov. 1821, Punxsutawney, Pa., son. of James and Betsy (Miller) of Punxsutawney. Lumberman and banker. Residence:. in the counties of Elk, Clinton, and Lycoming, Pa. 1873, Oconto, Oconto Co., Wisconsin., and, 1887, Jamestown, Dakota. 

Noted events in his life were:

  • He appeared on the census in 1850 in Benezette, Elk , Pa.
  • He appeared on the census in 1860 in Loch Haven, Clinton, PA.
  • He had a residence in 1873 in Living in Oconto, Oconto Co., Wisconsin.
  • He had a residence in 1887 in Living in Jamestown, Dakota Territory.

Robert married Emeline Emma Barclay Winslow on Jul 22, 1846 in Benezette, Elk, PA, daughter of Reuben Colburn Winslow and Elizabeth Collins. Emeline was born on Oct 30, 1826 in Clearfield, Clearfield, Pennsylvania, died on Feb 18, 1907 in Los Angeles City, Los Angeles, California, and was buried in Rosedale Cemetery, Los Angeles, CA.

Noted events in her life were:

  • She appeared on the census in 1900 in Los Angeles, CA. She is with son in law , and widowed

(Duplicate Line. See Person 111)

  1. Oscar Fitzallen Winslowwas born on Aug 10, 1831 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Jul 7, 1894 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Punxsutawney PA.

General Notes: Obituary
Oscar Fitzallen Winslow died at his home on Pine Street early Saturday morning July 7, 1894 in the 63rd year of his age. Funeral was held Sunday at 3 pm Rev J C McDonald officiating. The remains were laid to rest in the Punxsutawney cemetery and the funeral was attended by a large concourse of relatives and friends.
Mr Winslow was born at Punxsutawney Aug 10, 1831 and he was considered to have been the oldest native born citizen residing in the town. Thirty six years ago he was married to a daughter of the late Ruben Hickox. He leaves a wife and three children to mourn his departurre; namely two sons R H Winslow, Floyd Winslow and one daughter the wife of townsman W R Neale. He has one brother and four sisters living, Chas W Winslow of Benezette, Mrs John Hendricks of Pittsburg, Mrs J U Gillespie and Mrs Amanda Wilson of Clayville and J A Minish of this place.
Mr Winslow was a faithful and consistent member of the Methodist Episcopal church and was held in high esteem and respect by all who knew him.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He appeared on the census in 1870 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.
  • He was employed. carpenter and joiner

Oscar married Mary Jane Hickox on Oct 13, 1857 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA. Mary was born on May 24, 1842 in Oliveburg, Jefferson, PA and died on Mar 19, 1931 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

General Notes: Obituary Mar 19, 1931
Mrs Mary Jane Winslow a resident of this city 73 years died at her home on Pine Street at 4:30 this morning in the 89th year of her age. She had been in poor health for the past two years. and her death was due to the infirmities due to her long age.
The deceased was born in Oliveburg a daughter of Mr and Mrs Reuben Hickox May 23, 1842 and lived there until her marriage to Oscar Winslow of this city at the age of 16. He died about 37 years ago.
Mrs Winslow was a member of the First M E Church of Punxsutawney from childhood and was probably the oldest living member of that organization. During the 73 years of her residence in this city she had led an active Christian life. Kindly, tolerant, charitable, maintaining excellent health, a good mother, wife, and neighbor her death is sincerely mourned.
She is survived by two sons R H Winslow of this city and F O Winslow of Chicago. Until her death there were five generations of the Winslow family; there being 11 great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren left to mourn her death.
No arrangements have been made for funeral services.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 337 M    i. Roland Hill ROWE Winslow was born on Feb 5, 1864 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Feb 7, 1941 in Punxsutawney, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Township, Punxsutawney PA.

+ 338 F    ii. Cora Lessa Winslow was born on Aug 23, 1865 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died in 1921 in Punxsutawney, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

+ 339 M    iii. James Reuben Winslow was born on Sep 27, 1867 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died on Dec 14, 1885 in Punxsutawney, PA.

+ 340 M    iv. Floyd OSCAR Oakley Winslow was born on May 3, 1878 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Mar 18, 1934 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Township, Punxsutawney PA.

He never married and had no children

+ 341 F    v. Cara Ella Winslow was born on Dec 30, 1860 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died on Oct 31, 1862 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

+ 342 F    vi. Mattie Ettie Winslow was born on Nov 24, 1869 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died before 1894 in probably Punxsutawney, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania.

+ 343 M    vii. Alson LeVan Winslow was born on Mar 10, 1872 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died before 1894 in probably Punxsutawney, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania.

  1. Adelia West “Tink” Winslowwas born on Apr 24, 1839 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died in 1923 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

Adelia married James Alexander Minish on Nov 19, 1855 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania. James was born on Mar 30, 1831 in Chambersburg, Franklin Co, PA, died in 1919 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Findley Street Cemetery., Punxsutawney, Jefferson Co., PA (Row 7).

Noted events in his life were:

  • He was employed. blacksmith

Children from this marriage were:

+ 344 F    i. Martha Elizabeth Minish was born on May 17, 1857 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died after 1873.

+ 345 M    ii. James Winslow Minish was born on Aug 19, 1859 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Jun 21, 1863 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Findley Street Cemetery., Punxsutawney, Jefferson Co., PA.

+ 346 M    iii. William Augustus Minish was born on Jul 31, 1865 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died after 1920 of Gaskill Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

+ 347 M    iv. John Clarence Minish was born on Dec 18, 1867 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died after 1930 of Ridgway Ward 5, Elk, Pennsylvania.

+ 348 M    v. Homer Clark Minish was born on Jun 4, 1870 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Feb 21, 1871 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Findley Street Cemetery., Punxsutawney, Jefferson Co., PA (Row 7).

+ 349 M    vi. George Porter Minish was born on Jan 12, 1872 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

+ 350 F    vii. Larue D. Minish was born on Nov 10, 1873 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died on Apr 30, 1950.

  1. James Winslowwas born on Jul 12, 1841 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died on Sep 28, 1841 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania.
  2. Joseph Winslowwas born on Jul 12, 1841 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died on Sep 27, 1841 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania.
  3. Euphemia Wharton Winslowwas born on May 28, 1844 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died on Jul 20, 1844 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania.
  4. George Reid Winslowwas born on Oct 30, 1821 in Maiden, MA and died on Apr 24, 1856 in Callao, Peru.

General Notes: George Reid Winslow was engaged in the mercantile business and passed much of his time during the last twenty years of his life in China and California. In 1846 he with others engaged in the development of the tin mining in Borneo. In 1853 business called him to South America where on the eve of his return to the US he prostrated a fatal fever.

  1. Catherine Elizabeth Winslowwas born on May 2, 1832 in Malden , MA and died in 1880.

Catherine married David Oakes Clark on Oct 29, 1861 in Harvard Church, Charlestown, MA. David was born on Dec 1, 1826 in Cambridge, MA and died on Dec 13, 1883 in Milton MA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 351 F    i. Elizabeth Reid Clark was born in 1863.

+ 352 M    ii. Winslow Clark was born in 1869.

+ 353 M    iii. Elton Clark was born in 1872.

  1. Caroline Barrett Winslowwas born on Feb 24, 1836 in Malden, Mass and died in 1900.

Caroline married John Raulston Hall.

  1. Margaret Goodwin Winslowwas born on Sep 21, 1837 in Malden (now Everett), Mass and died after 1887.
  2. Thomas Forbes Winslowwas born on Jan 29, 1839, died on Jun 3, 1839 in Malden (now Everett), Mass, and was buried in Mount Auburn Cemetery, Malden, MA.
  3. Eleanor Ellen Winslow
  4. Mary Elizabeth Winslowwas born in 1834 and died in 1834.
  5. Martha Winslow

Martha married John Savery.

  1. Sarah E. Smithwas born circa 1843 in PA and died after 1860 in PA.
  2. Adaline Smithwas born circa 1845 in PA and died after 1860 in PA.
  3. Clark Smithwas born circa 1852 in PA and died after 1870 in Bell, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.
  4. Clarence Smithwas born circa 1855 in PA and died after 1870 in Bell, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.
  5. James W. Smithwas born circa 1840 in PA.
  6. Mary E. Smithwas born circa 1834 in PA.
  7. Harriet Smithwas born circa 1838 in PA.
  8. Lucy Vaughan Winslowwas born in 1815 and died after 1860.

General Notes: I am a descendent of Lucy Winslow, the daughter of William Winslow b. 1785 in Freetown, Mass. He like many other Winslows was descended from Kenelm Winslow. My ancestor Lucy came to SC with her sister Jane sometime around 1830.

There are two family stories. One is that Jane came to teach school and Lucy her younger sister came with her. The two girls were left orphans before they were 18.
Another story which has a ring of truth is that Lucy’s father came South to assist William Gregg on a textile venture. According to the story Gregg had made trips to New England on behalf of the industrial world. It is speculation but it is believed that Gregg hired Winslow on behalf of the SC Railroad Co. Gregg founded textile mills on the SC side of the Savannah River across from Augusta, GA. The town that sprung up was Graniteville, Sc. At one time it was a leading Textile manufacuring town. The land Gregg wanted to buy was owned by my Great, great, great grandfather Ransom Hamilton. Lucy married T, J. Hamilton the son of Ransom. Now that is probably more than you wanted to know.

Did you know that the home that Edward and Kenelm’s grandfather lived in in Kempsey, England stil stands? I saw it in 2006–a beautiful thatched roof house. It is currently undergoing serious repairs. Since it is an important house–yes, the people of Kempsey (Worcestershire) are proud to claim the Winslows– and well over 400 years old every repair has to be done just as it was done way back in the early 1500s. It cost over 75 thousand to rethatch the roof! The current owner –not a Winslow- says it will cost around $1,000,000 to restore it. And they call it a cottage!

Mary Tallent
Lucy married Thomas Jefferson Hamilton in 1837. Thomas was born in 1813 and died in 1899.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 354 M    i. William Winslow Hamilton was born in 1850 and died in 1916.

+ 355 F    ii. Fannie Hamilton

  1. Jane Winslow

Eighth Generation

  1. William Keene Winslowwas born on Aug 16, 1846 in Winslow Farm, Benezette, Elk Co, PA, died on Aug 3, 1913 in University Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and was buried in 1913 in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

General Notes: WILLIAM KEENE WINSLOW was born on his father’s, Charles Keene Winslow, farm in Benezette on 1875. During his youth he helped his father clear and farm this land. Later in life he would purchase the homestead making his home here. William had a serious injury when he accidentally stepped backwards into a hay chute on the barn floor and fell to the basement causing him to be paralyzed. The doctor, feeling that he had fractured his spine, made arrangements to have him taken to the University Hospital in Philadelphia. As this was a matter of urgency, preparations were quickly made to have Winslow taken to Philadelphia by train. The train was given direct right-of-way and made the run in record time. Winslow was met at Thirty Second and Market Streets by an ambulance, and rushed to the hospital. An operation was immediately performed, but Winslow died. His wife Mary, sick with cancer, died within the year, never knowing the fate of her husband. From the Renova Daily Record: Winslow was taken to the hospital on Saturday in a special train after he had fallen down stairs at home. The run between Driftwood and that city was made in record time, the train having been given the right of way.

Their Winslow homestead is no longer owned by the family but is being currently in 2010 renovated. It is located at the bottom of the valley on Dewey Road in Winslow Hill. Like other farmers in the past, the Winslows would rent out a bedroom to the hunters during the hunting season. This homestead had a large bedroom on the second floor which contained over 6 beds for the hunters. Some hunters also stayed in the attic which was made into a bedroom. This rent income was a valuable cash resource for many farmers in the area.

History of the counties of McKean, Elk, and Forest, Pennsylvania
WILLIAM K. WINSLOW, farmer, P.O. Benezette, is a son of Charles. K. and Rebecca (Hicks). Winslow, the eldest of seven children, and was born in Benezette township, Elk Co., Penn., August 20, 1846, upon the farm where he now resides, and which he purchased in 1875. He received his education in the common schools of Benezette. He married, November 6, 1870, Miss Minnie Lesh, of St. Mary’s, Penn., and to them was born one child, Minnie (now deceased). His wife died, August 10, 1872, and in January, 1875, he married Miss Mary M., a daughter of Andrew J. and Eliza M. Johnston, of DuBois, Penn. Mr. and Mrs. Winslow have bad a family of eight children: Eva E., Lorena M. (deceased), Bruce M., Charles B. (deceased), Sylvanus J., William S., Merton H. and Ella E. Mi. and Mrs. Winslow are members of the Church of the Messiah, at Mount Pleasant, Penn.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He was employed. as a farmer
  • He had a religion in Church Of The Messiah, MT Pleasant, PA.
  • He appeared on the census in 1880 in Brother In Law McClelland Johnson 14 Yrs Old Living With Him And Mary.
  • He appeared on the census in 1900 in Benezette, Elk, Pennsylvania. William as a farmer and Mary A and entire family
  • He appeared on the census in 1910 in Benezette, Elk, Pennsylvania. William K; Mary M; Eva; William, Mert, Ella, Bruce M( grandson 3 ys) William K And Mary A And Entire Family Including Eva Who was Now Separated From Her Husband

William married Mary Martha “Minnie” Johnston on Jan 1, 1875 in Jefferson Co, PA, daughter of Andrew J Johnston and Elizabeth Mariah London. Mary was born on Sep 4, 1856 in Bells Mills, Reynoldsville, Jefferson Co, PA, died on Jun 9, 1914 in Loch Haven Hospital, Clinton Co., PA, and was buried in 1914 in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

General Notes: In Loving Remembrance of Mary Winslow died June 9, 1914 Aged 57 years.
Gone but not forgotten
A precious one from us has gone,
A voice we loved is still,
A place is vacant in our home,
Which never can be filled,
God in His wisdom has recalled,
The boon his love had given,
And though the body slumbers here,
The soul is safe in Heaven

Obituary Brockwayville Record June 12 1914
Editor Joseph A Johnston of the Driftwood Gazette is mourning the recent death of both his mother and sister. The mother, Mrs Eliza M Johnston, passed away Monday morning June 8th at DuBois ages 80 years and 3 months. His sister, Mrs W. K. Winslow died in a Loch Haven Hospital following a fourth operation performed fours weeks ago. She was age 57 years and leaves a family of six children, four sons and two daughters all grown to manhood and womanhood, and we extend Brother Johnston our sincere sympathy in his sore bereavement.
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Elizabeth’s obit was in DuBois paper June 1, 1914. Stated sons William and Joseph live in Driftwood. Death Cert. PA #00846903; file #57936, given parents names, mother’s maiden name, birth location, death location, states she is widowed; birth date; age; cause of death – shock by attack gall stones. Burial, June 11, 1914, Rohobeth Comm. DuBois,near grave of daughter Susan. In History of Jefferson Co., Pa. 1888 by Kate Scott, her name is Eliza Mariah and she is shown as “married to Andrew Johnston, a resident of DuBois, Clearfield Co., and the wise mother of an interesting family.”
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Noted events in her life were:

  • Other: Died At Loch Haven Hospital Following A Fourth Operation Four Weeks Before Her Death..

Children from this marriage were:

+ 356 M    i. William Alonzo Winslow was born on Feb 28, 1887 in Winslow Hill, Benezette , Elk County, PA, died on Aug 24, 1959 in New Castle, Lawrence, PA, and was buried in Aug 1959 in Graceland Memorial Cemetery, New Castle PA.

+ 357 M    ii. Bruce Munroe Winslow was born on Apr 8, 1879 in Benezette PA, died on Mar 5, 1954 in Clearfield, PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

+ 358 M    iii. James “Sie” Sylvanus Winslow was born on Jan 26, 1883 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Jun 2, 1968 in Dubois Clearfield, PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Winslow Hill, Benezette, PA.

+ 359 M    iv. Merton Hartman Winslow was born on Jun 28, 1888 in Winslow Hill, Benezette, PA, died on Aug 3, 1954 in Bradford, McKean Co, PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Benezette, Elk Co, PA.

+ 360 F    v. Ella E(Liza) Winslow was born on Jan 30, 1890 in Winslow Farm, Benezette, Elk Co, PA, died on Jul 24, 1981 in Pontiac, Oakland, Michigan, and was buried in 1981 in Catholic Cemetery, Pontiac, Michigan.

+ 361 F    vi. Eva Estelle Winslow was born on Oct 16, 1875 in Benezette, Elk Co., PA, died on Mar 29, 1967 in Pontiac , Michigan, and was buried on Apr 1, 1967 in Parklawn Memorial Gardens , Ridgway, PA.

+ 362 M    vii. Charles Benton Winslow was born in 1881 in Benezette PA, died in 1884 in Benezette PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

+ 363 F    viii. Lorena H Winslow was born in 1877 in Benezette PA, died in 1879 in Benezette, Pa, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

William next married Minnie Lesh on Nov 6, 1870 in Benezette, Pa. Minnie was born on May 28, 1848, died on Aug 10, 1872 in Benezette, Pa, and was buried in Mt Pleasant- Winslow Hill Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

Noted events in her life were:

  • She has conflicting burial information of Gravestone Says She Was 21Yrs 2 Mos 15 Days Old; Probably Died In Childbirth.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 364 F    i. Minnie I. Winslow was born on Jul 29, 1872 in Benezette, Elk, Pennsylvania and died on Mar 12, 1877 in MT Pleasant , Elk Co, PA.

  1. John Sylvanus “Sie” Winslowwas born on May 31, 1848 in Benezette, Pa and died after 1920 of Cedar Hills, Washington, Oregon.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He appeared on the census in 1920 in Cedar Hills, Washington, Oregon. There listed a John S Winslow age 71 yrs born Pa Father born Pa (not Maine) mother born Pa wife Lottie Occupation house carpenter maybe this is John S but not positive

John married Lottie (Winslow) circa 1892. Lottie was born circa 1861 in MI and died after 1920 of Cedar Hills, Washington, Oregon.

  1. George Henry Winslowwas born on Mar 1, 1850 in Benezette, Pa and died on Mar 30, 1928 in Bremerton, Kitsap, Washington.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He appeared on the census in 1910 in Charleston, Kitsap, Washington. George as carpenter , wife Isabel, and son George

George married Isabelle Preston circa 1886. Isabelle was born in 1864 in Wisconsin and died on Sep 16, 1928 in Bremerton, Kitsap, Washington.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 365 M    i. George Samuel Winslow was born on Oct 24, 1891 in Barnett, Wisconsin and died after 1920 of Charleston, Kitsap, Washington.

  1. Rebecca Hicks Winslowwas born in Dec 1842 in Benezette, Elk County, Pennsylvania and died after 1900.
  2. Clarence S. Winslowwas born on Oct 3, 1852 in Benezette, Pa, died on Apr 12, 1927 in Benezette, Pa, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Winslow Hill/Benezette, Elk Co, PA.

General Notes: History of the counties of McKean, Elk, and Forest, Pennsylvania
C.S. WINSLOW, farmer, P.O. Benezette, is a son of Charles K. and Rebecca (Hicks) Winslow, former of whom was born January 23, 1818, in Maine, and latter born November 2, 1826, in Pennsylvania. They were married February 20, 1845, and reared a family of seven children? five sons and two daughters, of whom C.S. Winslow is the fourth son. He was born in Benezette township, Elk Co., Penn., October 3, 1852, and received a practical education in the district schools of the township. He has always lived upon the homestead which his father settled, and has for many years taken care of his mother, his father having died April 4, 1869.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Other: Farmer; Lived On Father’s Homestead; Took Care Of His Mother After Father’s Death; Never Married
  • He appeared on the census in 1880 -Mother Living With Him; 1920 -Single; Probably Never Married; 2 Nephews Living With Him Clarence And Leslie Tuttle.
  1. Charles Augustus Winslowwas born on Jan 20, 1855 in Benezette, Pa, died in 1912 in Driftwood, Cameron Co., PA, and was buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Driftwood, PA.

Charles married Mary Ann Burke circa 1875. Mary was born in Apr 1856 in PA/Ireland, died in 1915 in Driftwood, PA, and was buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Driftwood, PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 366 M    i. Orem William Winslow was born on Aug 24, 1878 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died after 1930 in Ridgway, Elk Co., PA.

+ 367 F    ii. Rebecca Reba M. Winslow was born in May 1882 in Benezette, Pa and died in 1956 in Meadville , Crawford, Pennsylvania.

+ 368 M    iii. Harry Charles Winslow MD was born on Jul 29, 1884 in Benezette, Elk Co., PA, died on Mar 12, 1973 in Meadville, Crawford Co, PA, and was buried in St Brigids Cemetery, Meadville, Crawford, Pa.

+ 369 F    iv. Cecelia K. Winslow was born in Nov 1886 in Benezette, Pa and died aft 1920 census in Chartiers, Allegheny Co, Pa.

+ 370 F    v. Harriet Elizabeth Hattie Winslow was born in Sep 1889 in Benezette, Pa and died in 1958 in Paonia, Colorado.

+ 371 F    vi. Helen K. Winslow was born on Aug 15, 1893 in Benezette, Pa and died in 1959 in Denver, Colorado.

+ 372 M    vii. Sylvanus G Winslow was born in May 1876 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Jul 20, 1877 in Benezette, Elk, PA, and was buried in Winslow Hill Cemetery, Elk, PA.

+ 373 F    viii. Gertrude Winslow was born in Aug 1878 in PA and died before Jun 1, 1900.

  1. Beulah Elizabeth Winslowwas born on Jun 9, 1857 in Benezette, Elk Co, PA, died on Oct 5, 1868 in Benezette PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant- Winslow Hill Cemetery, Benezette, Elk Co, PA.
  2. Harriet Ellen “Hattie” Winslowwas born on Apr 7, 1860 in Benezette, Pa, died in 1904 in Benezette PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Winslow Hill , Benezette, Elk Co, PA.

Harriet married John V. Tuttle about 1879. John was born in Apr 1853 in Benezette, Pa, died in 1929 in Benezette, Elk Co., PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Winslow Hill , Benezette, Elk Co, PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 374 M    i. Clarence Selburn Tuttle was born on Jul 10, 1886 in Benezette , Elk, PA and died on Feb 23, 1960 in Ridgway, Elk County, PA.

He never married and had no children

+ 375 F    ii. Etta R. Tuttle was born in Nov 1879 in Benezette, Elk County, PA and died after 1960 in Ridgway, Elk County, PA.

She never married and had no children

+ 376 M    iii. Leslie Sylvanus Tuttle was born on Sep 25, 1897 in Benezette , Elk, PA, died on Jul 14, 1973 in St Marys, Elk, PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Winslow Hill , Benezette, Elk Co, PA.

+ 377 F    iv. Harriet F. Tuttle was born in Sep 1884 in Benezette, Elk County, PA and died in Jun 1975 in Virginia Beach, Virginia Beach City, Virginia.

+ 378 M    v. Judson Augustus Tuttle was born on Jul 27, 1890 in Benezette, Elk County, PA and died after 1920 of Ridgway, Elk County, PA.

  1. George LAFAYETTE Winslowwas born on Oct 10, 1847 in Hicks Run/Benezette, Elk Co, PA, died on Nov 26, 1919 in Benezette PA, and was buried on Nov 29, 1919 in Mt Pleasant- Winslow Hill Cemetery, Benezette, Elk Co, PA.

General Notes: History of the counties of McKean, Elk, and Forest, Pennsylvania
G. 
L. WINSLOW, butcher and proprietor of meat market, Benezette, is a son of Eben and Elizabeth (Hicks) Winslow, natives of Pennsylvania, and was born in the woods during the great flood of 1847, it having driven the family from their home. He received a practical education in Benezette, Penn., and, his father dying, he was thrown upon his own resources at the age of fifteen

years. He went into the woods and cut timber, the second winter clearing $1,100; thus, when still a young man, securing a fair start in the world. He married, October 24, 1869, Miss Martha A., daughter of Benjamin and Margaret (Frisbee) Lee, of Caledonia, Penn., and to them have been born six children, all living at home and named as follows: Cora E., Ebon L., Roy, Byron,
Jennie E. and Floyd L. In 1871 Mr. Winslow rented the Benezette Hotel, which he conducted until 1875, when he removed to what is now the Winslow House, where he remained until the spring of 1889, when he opened a meat market, which he still conducts with marked success in connection with his butchering business.

GEORGE LAFAYETTE WINSLOW was born in Benezette on October 1847 in the woods during the Great Flood of 1847, the son of Ebenezer (Eben) and Elizabeth Hicks Winslow. At the age of fifth teen his father died, leaving him to depend upon his own resources. At this young age he became a successful logger, and made enough money to pursue other interests. In 1871, Winslow, rented the Benezette Hotel which he ran four years, after which he operated the Winslow House, a popular hotel in Benezette, until 1889. He left the hotel business to open a meat market in Benezette, which proved to be a very successful ventured
Noted events in his life were:

  • He was employed in Butcher, Had Meat Market.
  • Other: Operated Winslow House In Benezette From 1875-1889.
  • Misc: Born In The Woods Of The Great Flood Of 1847 ; Family Had To Leave Their Home.

George married Martha Almina Brownlee on Oct 24, 1869 in Benezette, Pa, daughter of Benjamin Burton Brownlee and Margaret Frisbee. Martha was born on Mar 14, 1850 in Keating Township, McKean Co, PA, died on Aug 25, 1923 in Benezette PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant- Winslow Hill Cemetery, Benezette, Elk Co, PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 379 F    i. Cora Ettie Winslow was born on Aug 25, 1871 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died after 1930 in Spokane, Spokane, Washington.

+ 380 F    ii. Ethel Maud Winslow was born about 1871 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Aug 28, 1881 in Benezette, Elk, PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant- Winslow Hill Cemetery, Benezette, Elk Co, PA.

+ 381 M    iii. Berton Leroy Winslow was born on Sep 12, 1873 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on May 12, 1876 in Benezette, Elk, PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant- Winslow Hill Cemetery, Benezette, Elk Co, PA.

+ 382 M    iv. Eben Lafayette Winslow was born on Aug 6, 1877 in Benezette , Elk, PA and died in Dec 1967 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania..

+ 383 M    v. Byron Jerome “Barney” Winslow was born on Nov 4, 1878 in Benezette , Elk, PA, died in 1949 in Benezette PA, and was buried in Benezette Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

+ 384 M    vi. Floyd Benjamin Winslow was born on Aug 27, 1886 in Benezette , Elk, PA, died on Dec 24, 1964 in Akron, summit, OH, and was buried in Rose Hill Cemetery.

+ 385 F    vii. Jennie Irene Winslow was born on Jan 16, 1883 in Benezette , Elk, PA, died in Dec 1975, and was buried in Gerry Cemetery, Gerry, NY.

  1. Milton NELSON Winslowwas born on Feb 26, 1850 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died in 1899 in Reynoldsville, Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Central Cemetery, Reynoldsville, Pa.

Milton married Emma ANNIE Jones in 1874 in Reynoldsville, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania. Emma was born on Nov 25, 1854 in Glen Avon, Wales, died on May 7, 1923 in Reynoldsville, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Central Cemetery, Reynoldsville, Pa.

General Notes: Obituary May 7, 1923
Mrs Annie Winslow widow of the late Milton I Winslow died at her home on Jackson Street Reynoldsville this morning at 9 o’clock after a lingering illness. She was 69 years of age.
The deceased was born in Glen Avon, Wales November 25, 1854 and came to America with her parents at the age of seven years. Her parents died while she was but a child. She was united in marriage to Milton I Winslow of Reynoldsville in 1874. Almost her entire life had been lived in Reynoldsville. She was a member of the M E Church, Daughters of Rebecca and Eastern Star of Reynoldsville. She had been one of the leading women in Reynoldsville, kindly, charitable, and interested in the welfare of the —. Her death is the cause of– mourning by all who knew her. She is survived by one son Irwin of East Brady and Ethelyn at home. One son John was killed in France during the World War. One sister Mrs Hannah Stewart of Pittsburgh also survives.
No arrangements have been made for the funeral services.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 386 M    i. Irvin Delano Winslow was born on Jan 8, 1876 in Winslow, Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died on Mar 31, 1962 in Los Angeles, California.

+ 387 M    ii. John Milton Winslow was born in 1878 in Winslow, Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died about 1917 in France.

+ 388 F    iii. Evelyn C. Winslow was born in Jan 1884 in Winslow, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania, died on Jan 7, 1927 in Washington DC, and was buried in Central Cemetery, Reynoldsville, Pa.

  1. John Warren Winslowwas born on Feb 23, 1852 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died in Apr 1918 in Williamsport Hospital, Lycoming Co, PA, and was buried in Benezette, Pa.

John married Mary Eunice Dickerson in 1871. Mary was born on Dec 8, 1853 in Bradford , PA or NY, died on Apr 11, 1930 in Williamsport, Lycoming, PA, and was buried in Wildwood Cemetery.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 389 F    i. Augusta Ann Winslow was born on Jan 28, 1877 in Caledonia, Elk, PA, died on Jan 7, 1903 in Big Run, Jefferson, PA, and was buried on Jan 9, 1903 in Fairview Cemetery, Big Run , PA.

+ 390 F    ii. Etta Winslow was born on May 8, 1879 in Hickeyville, Clearfield, PA and died on Oct 31, 1923 in Williamsport Ward 10, Lycoming, Pennsylvania.

+ 391 F    iii. Carrie Winslow was born on Oct 3, 1872 in Benezette, Pa and died in 1905 in Probably Benezette, Elk Co, PA.

+ 392 F    iv. Ada E Winslow was born on Dec 13, 1874 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Apr 27, 1876 in Benezette, Elk, PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Winslow Hill , Benezette, Elk Co, PA.

+ 393 F    v. Georgia Winslow was born on Feb 6, 1881 in Hickeyville, Clearfield, PA and died after 1984 in Williamsport, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.

+ 394 F    vi. Ella Winslow was born on Jan 22, 1883 in Winterburne, Clearfield, PA and died in 1917 in PA.

+ 395 M    vii. John Warren Winslow was born on Jul 29, 1885 in Winterburne, Clearfield Co., PA and died in Oct 1965 in PA.

+ 396 F    viii. Gladys A Winslow was born on Sep 18, 1888 in Winterburne, Clearfield, PA and died in Dec 1977 in Williamstown, New Jersey.

+ 397 F    ix. Irma Mary Winslow was born on Jun 21, 1891 in Winterburn, , Clearfield, Pennsylvania, died on Nov 27, 1984 in Oroville, Butte, CA, and was buried in Memorial Park Cemetery, Oroville, CA.

+ 398 F    x. Ruth Eunice Winslow was born on Mar 4, 1894 in Big Run, Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died on Jul 1, 1979 in San Mateo CA.

+ 399 M    xi. Thomas BENTON Winslow was born on Apr 5, 1897 in Medix Run, Elk, Pennsylvania and died on Sep 4, 1977 in San Francisco, CA.

  1. Seneca Leroy LARRY Winslowwas born on Feb 24, 1854 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died on Dec 27, 1926 in Crosby, McKean, Pennsylvania.

Seneca married Mary Catherine Nelson in Aug 1876 in PA. Mary was born on Aug 25, 1858 in Driftwood, Cameron Co., PA and died on Jul 10, 1920 in Crosby, McKean, Pennsylvania.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 400 M    i. Kermit B Winslow was born on Apr 1, 1902 in Straight Creek, Elk Co., PA, died on Oct 8, 1969 in McKean, Pennsylvania, and was buried in McKean Memorial Park Cemetery, Eldred, PA.

+ 401 M    ii. William F. Winslow was born on Jan 27, 1878 in Huntley, Cameron Co., Pa, died on Jun 18, 1941 in Sheffield, Warren Co., Pa, and was buried in Sheffield, Pa.

+ 402 M    iii. George Albert Winslow was born on Jun 25, 1895 in Strait Creek, Elk Co, PA, died in Feb 1977, and was buried in Norwich Cemetery, Colegrove, Pa.

+ 403 F    iv. Grace E. Winslow was born on Oct 25, 1891 in Penfield, Clearfield Co, PA, died on Feb 21, 1968 in Olean, Cattaraugus, NY, and was buried in Allegheny Cemetery.

+ 404 M    v. Selborn Charles Winslow was born on Oct 9, 1882 in Winterburn, Clearfield Co., Pa, died on Aug 29, 1962 in Cattaraugus , NY, and was buried in Norwich Cemetery, Colegrove, Pa.

+ 405 F    vi. Gertrude M. Winslow was born on Apr 9, 1889 in Elk Co, PA and died in Nov 1967 in maybe Buffalo, Erie, New York.

+ 406 F    vii. Gretchen Irene Winslow was born on Sep 22, 1903 in Strait Creek, Elk Co, PA, died on Nov 15, 1994 in Bexar Co., TX, and was buried in Sunset Memorial Park.

  1. HENRY Frank Winslowwas born on Mar 3, 1856 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died in Jun 1911 in Du Bois, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania..

HENRY married Laura Jane Goodlander about 1878. Laura was born on Jul 1, 1859 in Clearfield Co, Penn and died between Jun 1896 and Jun 1, 1900 in Du Bois, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania..

Children from this marriage were:

+ 407 F    i. Nellie E. Winslow was born in May 1880 in Huston, Clearfield, Pa and died after 1900 of Dubois Borough, Clearfield, Pennsylvania.

+ 408 M    ii. Leslie Kleftman Winslow was born on Aug 18, 1881 in Benezette, , Elk, PA, died on Sep 18, 1969 in DuBois, Clearfield, Pa, and was buried in Morningside Cemetery, Dubois, Elk, PA.

+ 409 F    iii. Adaline Saterlee Penny Winslow was born in Feb 1882 in PA and died after 1942 of Summerville, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

+ 410 F    iv. Leah Erde Winslow was born on Jul 7, 1886 in Dubois Clearfield, PA and died on Jan 16, 1964 in Du Bois, Clearfield, Pennsylvania.

+ 411 M    v. Harold Goodlander Winslow was born on Apr 13, 1887 in Benezette, Elk , Pa and died before 1930 in maybe Pittsburgh, Pa.

+ 412 M    vi. Arthur F. Winslow was born in Jun 1896 of Punxsutawney, PA and died on Jan 19, 1916 in Du Bois, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania..

+ 413 M    vii. Daniel Earl Winslow was born on Feb 26, 1892 in Dubois Clearfield, PA and died in Oct 1973.

  1. Mary Winslowwas born on Mar 9, 1863 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died after 1873.
  2. William Winslow
  3. Clarinda Hicks Winslowwas born about 1845.
  4. Louisa Keene Winslowwas born on Dec 1, 1868 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Nov 14, 1907 in Lock Haven, Clinton County, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Highland Cemetery Loch Haven, Pa.
  5. George L. Winslowwas born on Apr 9, 1870 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died before 1880 in Not In 1880 Census With Family.
  6. Carpenter Grant Winslowwas born on Apr 9, 1870 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Aug 4, 1932 in Williamsport, Lycoming Co., PA, and was buried in Highland Cemetery Lock Haven, Pa.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He worked as a Carpet store manager CH Smith Co, Warren, Pa after 1910.
  • He resided at 418 Beech St Warren Pa.
  • Military: 1896. Served in the Spanish-American War along with John M. (Jack) Winslow and Floyd O. Winslow. Carpenter G. Winslow was another cousin.

Carpenter married Luella RUTH Young on Jun 5, 1907 in Loch Haven , Clinton Co., PA. Luella was born on Nov 3, 1884 in PA and died from 1920 to 1930 in Lycoming Pa.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 414 M    i. Thomas Arthur Winslow was born on Oct 22, 1910 in PA and died on Mar 21, 1988 in Youngstown, Niagara, New York.

  1. Clara E. Winslowwas born on Feb 25, 1874 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Feb 14, 1913 in Lock Haven, Clinton, PA, and was buried in Highland Cemetery Loch Haven, Pa.
  2. Edward Joseph Winslowwas born on May 5, 1866 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Apr 4, 1944 in Winslow Hill, Benezette, Elk Co, Pennsylvania, and was buried in St Cecilia’s Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

General Notes: Died Tuesday- 4-4-1944 St Mary’s Pa
RIDGWAY- Edward J. Winslow of Benezette, descendent of a pioneer Elk County family, died in the Kaul Memorial Hospital, St Mary’s Tuesday night. He was a son of Joshua Wadsworth Winslow, who opened the section lying north of Benezette, known as Winslow Hill.
Winslow, born in Benezette May 5 1866, attended the schools of his township and assisted on his father’s farm, He owned the farm called “Elm Brook”, one of the show places of that section. He leaves five children: James of Brookville, Lawrence and Mrs. Leslie Tuttle of Benezette; Mrs. Fred Thowart of Gillen Station, Fox Township and Theodore of Pontiac Michigan.

He owns the farm formerly owned by G W “Bach” Winslow an uncle

Aged Elk County Resident Dies
Edward J Winslow of Benezette Nearly 78
Edward J Winslow of Benezette descendent of a pioneer Elk County family died last evening at 7:15 o’clock in Kaul Memorial Hospital St Marys. He had been a patient in the hospital the last three weeks for treatment of gangrene of a foot.
Funeral arrangements are incomplete today.
Edward J Winslow was a son of Joshua Wadsworth Winslow who was born in Benezette July 5, 1826 followed farming and opened the section which lies north of the town of Benezette and is called Winslow Hill. He was one of then children. Edward was born May 5, 1866 and would have been 78 years of age his next birthday.
He attended the schools of his township and assisted on his father’s farm. There he spent practically all his life and brought his acres to a high state of productivity. He owned the farm which was formerly owned by G W “Bach” Winslow an uncle acres when cling so many happy memories. He called it the Elm Brook Farm and it is one of the show places of that section acres of it picturesque location and its well kept and highly cultivated acres of high productive Elk County land.
When Mr Winslow attained manhood he married Walburga Reiter daughter of Mr and Mrs George Reiter of Kersey the wedding being solemnized January 28, 1894 in St Boniface Church Kersey. His wife died in March 1943.
Five children born to them survive. they are James of Brookville, Lawrence of Benezette, Theodore of Pontiac, Mich, Agnes-Mrs Leslie Tuttle of Benezette, Victoria widow of Fred Thorwart Gillen Station Fox Township who was killed in September 1931.
Mr Winslow is a cousin of Mrs C F Hill , the Misses Ella and May Meenan, Mrs O G F Bonnert and the Shaver families of Ridgway.
The deceased was a descendent of Reuben and Ebenezer Winslow who back in 1821 of 1822 came into the territory which later was to become Elk County. They settled on the Bennets Branch.
In 1827 Carpenter Winslow joined the other Winslow families and in the same year it is recorded that Reuben and Ebenezeer bought the land 378 1/2 acres with improvements including a mill at the mouth of Trout Run and settled there permanently. Their descendents became farmers, lumberman, merchants, and business men. At least Trout Lieut Thomas B Winslow distinguished himself in the Civil War and in every walk of life one finds the name of Winslow associated with the history of Benezette Township.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He owned land on “Elk Brook” farm, Winslow Hill, Benezette.
  • He was Cathlolic while his faterh was Protestant.

Edward married Wallburga Helena “Wallie” Reiter on Jan 28, 1894 in St Boniface Church, Kersey, Jay Twp, Elk, PA. Wallburga was born on Dec 28, 1872 in Kersey, Elk, Pa, died on Mar 5, 1943 in Benezette, Elk, PA, and was buried in St Cecilia’s Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

General Notes: RESPECTED BENNETTS BRANCH WOMAN DIES Mrs E J Winslow, a member of one of the best known famillies of the Bennett’s Branch and mother of J P Winslow, Jefferson County Farm Extension Agent, died on Friday morning in her home on Winslow Hill above Benezette as a result of a heart attack.
Mrs. Winslow was 72 years of age and with her husband celebrated her golden wedding anniversery only last month. She had been a resident of the Winslow Hill practically all her life and had many friends up and down the valley who join with the members of her family in mourning her demise.
She is survived by her husband and three sons and two daughters: J P Winslow, county agent, Brookville; L B Winslow, at home; T E Winslow of Detroit, Mich; Mrs Lester Tuttle and Mrs Victoria Thowart of Benezette.
Funeral services will be held from the Catholic Church in Benezette on Monday morning at 9 o’clock.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 415 F    i. Victoria Johanna Winslow was born on Jun 6, 1903 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Sep 14, 1988 in Santa Monica, CA, and was buried in cremated -ashes off So Calif coast.

+ 416 F    ii. Agnes Theresa Winslow was born on Dec 1, 1899 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Mar 27, 1990 in Dubois Clearfield, PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Winslow Hill , Benezette, Elk Co, PA.

+ 417 M    iii. Lawrence Bernard “Lourie” Winslow was born on Feb 22, 1896 in Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania, died on Jul 17, 1958 in C.S. Tuttle Farm, Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Morningside Cemetery, DuBois, Pa..

+ 418 M    iv. Theodore Edward Winslow was born on Nov 9, 1897 in Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania, died on Aug 19, 1968 in Pontiac, Michigan, and was buried in Holy Sepulchrer Cemetery, Southfield, MI.

+ 419 M    v. James Patrick Winslow was born on Aug 10, 1894 in Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania, died on Jan 9, 1973 in Brookville, Jefferson Co, PA, and was buried in Brookville Cemetery.

+ 420 M    vi. Arnold Winslow was born in 1912 and died in 1912 in Died In Fancy.

+ 421 M    vii. Gilbert Winslow was born in 1912 in Benezette, , Elk, PA and died in 1912 in Benezette, , Elk, PA.

  1. Catherine Jane “Kate” Winslowwas born on Sep 30, 1870 in Benezette, Pa and died on Jul 11, 1941 in Verona, Allegheny, PA.

Catherine married Warren James Mahen on Nov 29, 1888 in Dents Run Station, Elk, PA. Warren was born on Apr 9, 1861 in PA and died on Dec 8, 1929.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 422 M    i. Wilbert Benedict Mahen was born on Jun 8, 1890 in Benezette, , Elk, PA, died in Nov 1919 in Pittsburgh, PA, and was buried in St Cecelia Cemetery Benezette PA.

+ 423 M    ii. Ronald H Mahen was born on Jan 15, 1911 and died on Oct 21, 1993 in Oakmont, Allegheny, Pennsylvania.

+ 424 F    iii. Irene C Mahen was born on Mar 9, 1903 in Mt Pleasant, Elk Co, Pa and died on Aug 13, 1929.

+ 425 F    iv. Ruth M Mahen was born on Oct 25, 1894 in Benezette, , Elk, PA and died on Aug 8, 1968.

+ 426 F    v. M Martina Mahen was born on Dec 6, 1887.

  1. Beulah Agnes Winslowwas born on May 20, 1864 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died on Dec 28, 1937 in Oakmont, Allegheny County, Pa.

Beulah married Hiram O Murray on Nov 26, 1889 in St James Church, Driftwood, PA. Hiram was born in Jun 1859 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died in 1920 in PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 427 F    i. Caroline Ellen Murray was born on Sep 1, 1890 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died on Nov 4, 1956 in Penn Hills, PA.

+ 428 F    ii. Bertha I Murray was born on Feb 6, 1893 in Benezette, , Elk, PA and died on May 4, 1964 in Orange Co, Pa.

+ 429 M    iii. Oscar H Murray was born on Sep 3, 1896 in Benezette, , Elk, PA and died on Feb 9, 1975 in Tampa, Hillsborough, FL.

+ 430 M    iv. Harold Irvin Murray was born on Jun 5, 1898 in PA and died on Sep 27, 1960 in Orange Co, CA.

+ 431 F    v. Rose V. Murray was born circa 1904 in PA.

  1. Carpenter Bernard Winslowwas born on Sep 9, 1868 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Mar 16, 1918 in Dubois Clearfield, PA, and was buried in St Cecelia Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

Carpenter married Catherine T Gibbons on Nov 26, 1895 in Church of Sacred Hearts of Jesus, St Marys, Elk Co., Pa. Catherine was born on Sep 27, 1876 in PA, died on Jun 26, 1928 in Benezette , Elk, PA, and was buried in St Cecelia Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 432 F    i. BERNICE Mary Winslow was born in 1905 in Benezette, , Elk, PA and died after 1978 in Vandergrift, Pa.

+ 433 M    ii. Francis Bernard Winslow was born on Jan 7, 1903 in Soldier, Clearfield Co, PA and died on Apr 20, 1994 in Emporium, PA.

+ 434 M    iii. James ARTHUR Winslow was born on Oct 22, 1910 in Benezette , Elk, PA and died on Mar 21, 1988 in Youngstown, NY.

+ 435 F    iv. Marcella Anna Winslow was born on Feb 10, 1901 in Benezette, , Elk, PA and died in Aug 1987 in maybe Vandergrift, Pa.

+ 436 M    v. Loren A. Snuffie Winslow was born on Nov 11, 1908 in Benezette, Elk, Pennsylvania, died on Jul 28, 1985 in Ridgway, Elk Co., PA, and was buried in Parklawn Memorial Gardens, Ridgway, Elk Co., Pa.

+ 437 F    vi. Lucille D. Winslow was born on Oct 2, 1906 in Benezette, , Elk, PA and died in Apr 1977 in Kersey , Fox Twp, Elk, PA.

+ 438 F    vii. Beatrice A. Winslow was born in May 1897 in St Marys, Elk, Pennsylvania and died before 1978 in Driftwood PA.

+ 439 M    viii. John ELDON Winslow was born on Jan 20, 1916 in Benezette, , Elk, PA, died on Dec 5, 1978 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Luthersburg Union Cemetery, Pa.

+ 440 F    ix. Katherine E. Winslow was born circa 1913 in Benezette, , Elk, PA and died in Apr 1933 of Kittanning, Armstrong, Pennsylvania.

+ 441 F    x. Rose Winslow was born circa Apr 1899 in St Marys Elk , Pa and died before Apr 15, 1910 in PA.

  1. Ellen May “Ella” Winslowwas born on Oct 25, 1872 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Nov 4, 1887 in Benezette , Elk, PA, and was buried in St Cecilia’s Cemetery, Benezette, PA.
  2. George Cleveland Winslowwas born on Feb 15, 1875 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died on Dec 19, 1918 in Hanford, Kings Co, CA.

George married Clara Isabelle Baker on Aug 26, 1901 in Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania. Clara was born on Apr 10, 1884 in PA and died on May 17, 1956 in Kings Co, California.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 442 F    i. Ellen A. Winslow was born on May 10, 1902 in Benezette, Elk Co, PA and died after 1920 in Hanford, Kings, California.

+ 443 F    ii. Florence Winslow was born on Nov 10, 1903 in Benezette, Elk Co, PA and died after 1920 in Hanford, Kings, California.

+ 444 F    iii. Susan Medora Winslow was born on Feb 9, 1905 in Benezette, Elk Co, PA and died on Mar 9, 1982 in Santa Barbara, CA.

+ 445 F    iv. Virginia W. Winslow was born on Mar 11, 1907 in Benezette, Elk Co, PA and died on Jul 24, 1980 in Santa Clara, California.

+ 446 M    v. Charles T. Winslow was born on Sep 14, 1909 in Lucerne, Kings Co, CA.

  1. Henry “Harry” James Winslowwas born on Jul 26, 1876 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died on Jun 22, 1963 in East Brady, Clarion, PA.

Henry married Mary Margaret Mayme Friel on Oct 18, 1904 in St Eusebius Church, East Brady, Clarion, PA. Mary was born in 1882 in PA and died after 1930 in East Brady, Clarion, Pennsylvania.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 447 M    i. Harry Winslow was born circa 1906 in PA.

+ 448 M    ii. Edward Winslow was born circa 1907 in PA.

+ 449 M    iii. Clair H. Winslow was born on Oct 29, 1910 in PA and died on Jan 2, 1974 in NY.

+ 450 F    iv. Hazel Winslow was born circa 1910 in PA.

+ 451 F    v. Edith Catherine Winslow was born on Jul 6, 1912 in PA and died on Jan 22, 1998 in Orange Co., CA.

+ 452 F    vi. Anna Winslow was born circa 1916 in PA.

+ 453 F    vii. Mary Ellen Winslow

  1. John Theodore Winslowwas born on Oct 9, 1879 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died on Jan 8, 1950 in Hanford, Kings Co, Calif.

John married Hazel Edith Wills on Jun 30, 1909 in Indianapolis, Marion Co, IN. Hazel was born on Jun 22, 1886 in Boone Co, Indiana and died on Jan 2, 1968 in Hanford, Kings Co, Calif.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 454 M    i. Gerald Lorain Winslow was born on Jul 25, 1911 in Logan’s Ferry, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania and died on Apr 14, 1972 in La Canada, Los Angeles, California.

+ 455 M    ii. Donald Kersey Winslow was born on Sep 25, 1914 in Hanford, Kings Co, Calif and died on Jan 11, 1992 in Pleasanton, Alameda County, California.

  1. Charles Cleveland Winslowwas born on Jul 21, 1885 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died on May 19, 1968 in Allegheny Co. Pittsburgh , PA.

Charles married Mary Emma Schumacher in Jun 1909. Mary was born in 1888 in PA and died after 1920 in New Kensington Ward 4, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 456 F    i. Alice Eleanor Winslow was born on Feb 15, 1911 in Lower Burrell, Westmoreland, Pa and died on Sep 13, 2003 in Lower Burrell, Westmoreland, Pa.

+ 457 M    ii. Charles J Winslow was born on Oct 29, 1913 in PA and died on Dec 4, 1999 in Valencia, Butler, Pennsylvania.

+ 458 M    iii. Wilson H Winslow was born on May 30, 1919 in New Kensington, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania and died in Jun 1994 in Altoona, Blair, Pennsylvania.

  1. Frank Julius Winslowwas born on Dec 31, 1882 in Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania and died on Nov 2, 1962 in Fresno CA.

Frank married Annie Isabell Rockwell on Dec 24, 1913 in Hanford, Kings Co, CA. Annie was born on Sep 25, 1892 in Hanford, Kings, California and died in 1973 in Fresno CA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 459 F    i. Helen Bernice Winslow was born circa 1916 in Kings, California.

+ 460 F    ii. Lucille Winslow was born on Jan 4, 1919 in Armona, Kings, California.

+ 461 F    iii. Doris L. Winslow

+ 462 M    iv. Franklin Julius Winslow

  1. Reuben Colburn Winslowwas born on Jun 24, 1867 in Gaskill, Jefferson, PA, died on Jan 16, 1955 in Riverside, CA, and was buried in Fairmount Cemetery, Denver, CO.

General Notes: For a short period of time, Reuben Colburn WINSLOW and his sister, Mary Emma lived in Lincoln County, WI. The entire family of Reuben Winslow are buried in Fairmount Cemetery in Denver, CO along with Reuben’s sister, Mary Emma McCORD, third wife of Myron Hawley McCORD, Jr.

Obituary Feb 2, 1955
Reuben C Winslow , 87, a native of Punxsutawney died Sunday Jan 16 in Riverside Calif after an illness of several months. Funeral rites and burial took place in Riverside. Mr Winslow had resided in Riverside since 1925. He was the father of Myron C Winslow senior administrator assistant of the UCR Citrus Experiment Station with whom he lived in Riverside.
Mr Winslow was born in Punxsutawney. He began a career as a railroad man in Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. He became the Sante Fe’s first agent in Glendale Arizona when the line to Phoenix was first extended south at Wickensburg Arizona on the same line.
When Indian lands in Oregon were opened in 1904 Mr Winslow moved to Okmulaee the former Creek Nation capital and until 1925 engaged in real estate activities , oil leasing, and oil exploration and drilling.
With Mrs Winslow who died in 1942 he went to Riverside in 1925 to join his son. The son and a brother Harry Winslow of Kittanning formerly of this city are the only survivors.
Mr Winslow was a Mason and a Shriner and only recently was honored for 50 years of membership in the Masonic Lodge.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Misc: The entire family of Reuben Winslow are buried in Fairmount Cemetery in Denver, CO along with Reuben’s sister, Mary Emma McCORD, third wife of Myron Hawley McCORD, Jr.

Reuben married Eleanor NORA A. Keigen on Aug 15, 1889 in Punxsutawney, PA. Eleanor was born on Jul 21, 1867 in Gaskill, Jefferson, PA, died on Jul 30, 1942 in Riverside, CA, and was buried in Fairmount Cemetery , Denver, CO.

General Notes: Obituary from Punxsutawney Historical Society: “Local Woman Dies In California. Mrs. Eleanor Winslow, wife of Reuben C. Winslow, of Riverside,Cal., a former resident of Punxsutawney and Winslow, died in her home July 20 of a heart attack following an illness of one day. The body was placed in a mausoleum in Riverside, Cal., and later this month will be taken to Denver, Colorado., for burial in the family plat in Fairmount Cemetery.”

Children from this marriage were:

+ 463 M    i. Myron McCord Winslow was born on Apr 3, 1890 in Winslow/Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Nov 4, 1976 in Riverside, Riverside, California, and was buried in Fairmount Cemetery, Denver, Arapahoe Co., CO.

He never married and had no children

+ 464 M    ii. Willis W Winslow was born on Dec 8, 1891 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Jun 10, 1916, and was buried in Fairmount Cemetery, Denver, Arapahoe Co., CO.

  1. Willis Webster Winslowwas born on Jul 9, 1854 in Gaskill, Jefferson, PA and died after 1880 in 1880 Census Gaskill PA.
  2. Marion Augusta Winslowwas born on Oct 12, 1856 in Gaskill, Jefferson, PA, died on Mar 23, 1943 in Walker Co., GA, and was buried in LaFayette Cemetery, LaFayette, GA.

Noted events in her life were:

  • She appeared on the census in 1900 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA. Where’s husband John she is listed as head and married

Marion married Johann Herman Heinrick Kremkau on Jun 8, 1876 in Jefferson Co , PA. Johann was born on Sep 20, 1850 in Philadelphia, PA, died circa 1915 in Bell Township, Jefferson Co, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Oaklawn Cemetery, Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA (Row 2).

Noted events in his life were:

  • He appeared on the census in 1910 in Bell, Jefferson, Pennsylvania. by himself but listed as married
  • He appeared on the census in 1900 in Bell Township, Jefferson, Pennsylvania. John H listed as married but only with son Eugene

Children from this marriage were:

+ 465 M    i. Walter Winslow Kremkau was born on May 1, 1881 in Jefferson Co, PA, died on Jul 25, 1948 in Los Angeles County, Calif, and was buried in Los Angeles National Cemetery, Los Angeles, CA.

+ 466 F    ii. Marion Augusta Kremkau was born on May 8, 1888 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Jan 23, 1961 in Catoosa Co., , GA, and was buried in LaFayette Cemetery, LaFayette, GA.

+ 467 F    iii. Jessie Florence Kremkau was born on Jan 7, 1878 in Bell, Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died on Jun 12, 1957 in Los Angeles County, Calif.

+ 468 M    iv. Julius Howe Kremkau was born on Feb 25, 1879 in Bell, Jefferson, PA and died on Jan 11, 1943 in Walla Walla, WA.

+ 469 F    v. Christine A. Kremkau was born on Aug 1, 1882 in Bell Township, Jefferson Co, Pennsylvania and died in Jun 1907 in New Castle, Lawrence Co, Pa.

+ 470 F    vi. Sophia A. Kremkau was born on Jul 5, 1886 in Jefferson Co , PA, died on Feb 4, 1963 in Walker Co., Pa, and was buried in LaFayette Cemetery, LaFayette, GA.

+ 471 F    vii. Lulu Louise Kremkau was born on Oct 31, 1887 in Jefferson Co , PA, died on Apr 13, 1938 in Walker Co., GA, and was buried in LaFayette Cemetery, LaFayette, GA.

+ 472 M    viii. Eugene Chapin Kremkau was born on Jan 14, 1885 in PA and died on Nov 6, 1972 in Broward Co., FL.

  1. Franklin Leslie Winslowwas born on Apr 12, 1858 in Gaskill, Jefferson, PA, died on Sep 25, 1901 in Winslow, Gaskill Township, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA (Sec. J, Row 15),.

General Notes: Obituary
Frank L Winslow died at the home of his mother at Winslow, Wednesday evening Sep 25, 1901 at the age of 43 years. The cause of his death was typhoid fever. The funeral was held Friday afternoon. Services were conducted by Rev H G Dodds pastor of the Punxsutawney M E Church and the remains were interred in the family burying plot near his late home.
Mr Winslow has been in the employee of the Pennsylvania and Northwestern Railway company for a number of years having been station agent and operator at Winslow Station and at the time he took sick about seven weeks ago he was operator at Rossiter Junction. About seven years ago he married Miss Minnie Carothers daughter of James Carothers of Tiro but she died about a year after they were married. Her remains rest in a cemetery in Tiro.
The deceased was well thought of by all who knew him. Possessed of a kind nature, amiable disposition and steady habits he won the esteem and respect of all.
Among those who attended the funeral were James Carothers of Tiro Ohio and Florence J Kremkau and Miss Brown of Frostville Maryland , the latter lady having been Mr Winslows affianced wife.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Cause of Death .: Typhoid fever. Final illness lasted 7 weeks

Franklin married Minnie Carothers circa 1894. Minnie died circa 1895 and was buried in Trio, Ohio.

  1. Christiana ANNA Winslowwas born on Dec 5, 1859 in Gaskill, Jefferson, PA and died on Dec 29, 1943 in Boise, Ada County, Idaho.

Noted events in her life were:

  • She appeared on the census in 1900 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA. Anna, Ash and 6 children not father John Walden Winslow
  • She appeared on the census in 1920 in Green Meadow, Ada, Idaho. Anna and Ashbel and son Howard living with son Stanley
  • She appeared on the census in 1930 in Soldiers Home, Ada, Idaho. Ashbel and Anna

Christiana married Ashbel H. Tucker in 1884 in Jefferson Co , PA. Ashbel was born on Oct 28, 1855 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died on Aug 15, 1931 in Soldiers Home, Boise, Ada, Idaho.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 473 M    i. Stanley Walden Tucker was born on Oct 14, 1885 in PA and died in Oct 1967 in Boise, Ada, Idaho.

+ 474 M    ii. Howard Harold Tucker was born on Dec 5, 1894 in Punxsutawney, PA, died in Sep 1979 in Boise, Idaho, and was buried in Cloverdale Cemetery, Boise, Idaho.

+ 475 F    iii. Anna MAE Tucker was born on Feb 5, 1891 in Winslow, PA, died circa 1978 in Boise, Ida Co, Idaho, and was buried in Buhl, Idaho cemetery.

+ 476 F    iv. Mildred B. Tucker

+ 477 F    v. Carrie E. Tucker was born in Apr 1887 in PA.

+ 478 M    vi. Wade Winslow Tucker was born on May 2, 1892 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died in Mar 1963 in Sikeston, Scott, Missouri.

  1. Thomas BENTON Winslowwas born on Apr 18, 1861 in Gaskill, Jefferson, PA, died on Feb 17, 1917 in Holidaysburg, Pa, and was buried in Geeseytown Cemetery, Frankstown, Pa.

General Notes: Obituary- Thomas Benton Winslow Feb 17, 1917
Thomas Benton Winslow son of the late John W Winslow of Gaskill Township died at his home near Holidaysburg on Saturday of pneumonia..He was married to a daughter of the late Lewis Elbel of Bell Township and was almost 56 years of age. Harry C Winslow of the West End is a brother and he leaves a brother Reuben in Oklahoma and three sisters. His wife and six children survive him also.

Thomas married Mary Emma Elbell on Oct 18, 1888 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, daughter of Unknown and Unknown. Mary was born on May 24, 1867 in Young Township, Jefferson Co, Pennsylvania, died in Dec 1955 in Blair Co, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Geeseytown Cemetery, Frankstown, Pa.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 479 F    i. Carrie A. Winslow was born on Mar 18, 1889 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

+ 480 F    ii. Eleanor E. Winslow was born on May 11, 1892 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died on Jan 18, 1979 in Los Angeles, CA.

+ 481 M    iii. Walter Homer Winslow was born on Nov 1, 1895 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died in May 1978 of Holidaysburg, Allegheny Twp, Blair Co, Pa.

+ 482 M    iv. Robert Burns Winslow was born on Oct 24, 1898 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died in Jul 1984 in Hollidaysburg, Blair Co., PA.

+ 483 F    v. Dorothy M. Winslow was born on Mar 2, 1901 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died on Mar 13, 1983 in Dolestown, Bucks Co., Pa.

+ 484 F    vi. Martha A. Winslow was born on Dec 24, 1902 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died on Dec 31, 1990 in Los Angeles County, Calif.

+ 485 F    vii. Constance BEATRICE Winslow was born circa 1905 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died after 1920 in Blair, Blair, Pennsylvania.

+ 486 M    viii. Byron M. Winslow was born in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died on Dec 10, 1894 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

  1. Mary EMMA Winslowwas born on Aug 12, 1863 in Gaskill, Jefferson, PA, died on Jan 27, 1932 in Phoenix, AZ, and was buried in Fairmount Cemetery, Denver , CO.

Mary married Myron Hawley McCord on Aug 10, 1904 in Phoenix, Arizona. Myron was born on Nov 26, 1840 in Ceres, McKean, Pennsylvania, died on Apr 27, 1908 in Phoenix, Maricopa, Arizona, and was buried in Merrill Cemetery, Merrill, WI.

General Notes: From Wikipedia–Myron Hawley McCord (November 26, 1840 – April 27, 1908) was a U.S. Representative from Wisconsin .
Born in Ceres, McKean County, Pennsylvania, McCord attended Richburg Academy , New York. He moved to Wisconsin in 1854 and settled in Shawano, Shawano County. He moved to Merrill in 1875, where he became a lumberman and farmer, and published a newspaper between 1868-1883. McCord served as a member of the Wisconsin State Senate in 1873 and 1874, the Wisconsin State Assembly in 1881, and as delegate to the Republican National Convention in 1876. He is listed in the Register of the United States land office at Wausau, Wisconsin , from February 26, 1884, to June 24, 1885.
McCord was elected as a Republican to the Fifty-first Congress (March 4, 1889-March 3, 1891). He was an unsuccessful candidate for reelection in 1890 to the Fifty-second Congress and for election in 1892 to the Fifty-third Congress. He returned to Merrill, Wisconsin , and engaged in agricultural pursuits and lumbering. He was appointed by President McKinley as Governor of Arizona Territory in 1897, but resigned in 1898 to organize the Territorial Regiment for the Spanish-American War. He was then appointed United States marshal for the district of Arizona on May 1, 1902, and served until July 1, 1905. McCord was later appointed collector of customs for the port of Nogales, Arizona . He died in Phoenix, Arizona , on April 27, 1908, and was interred in Merrill Cemetery, Merrill, Wisconsin .

Noted events in his life were:

  • He was employed. governor of Arizonia Territory; US Marshall of Arizona
  1. HARRY CLARK Clarence Winslowwas born on May 24, 1871 in Gaskill, Jefferson, PA, died on Oct 15, 1965 in Santa Clara, California, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. J, Row 15).

General Notes: Obituary Oct 15, 1965
Harry C Winslow a former resident of Punxsutawney died Friday in the San Jose Hospital California while visiting a duaghter Mrs J R McAllister in Sunnyvale Calif. He was 94.
Mr Winslow a former coal operator was born May 24, 1871 in Punxsutawney a son of John and Sarah Winslow and was married to Margaret Williams who died November 22, 1962. He had llived in this city until 1924 when the family moved to Kittanning.
Surviving are four daughters and a son: Mrs Arthur Helm of Selingsgrove, Mrs Laurence Rishel of Pittsburgh, Miss Christine Winslow of Washington Pa, Mrs J R McAllister of Sunnyvale Calif, and Harry C Winslow Jr of San Antonio; 13 grandchildren and five great grandchildren.
Graveside services in charge of the Schenkemeyer Funeral Home will be held at 2 o’clock this afternoon at Circle Hill Cemetery.

HARRY married Margaret Ross Williams on Feb 11, 1907 in Jefferson Co, PA. Margaret was born on Feb 28, 1884 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Nov 22, 1962 in Kittanning, Armstrong Co., Pa, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (2nd Level, Row 18).

Children from this marriage were:

+ 487 F    i. Ruth Elizabeth Winslow was born on Oct 4, 1908 in Young Township, Jefferson Co, Pa and died on Oct 25, 1987 in Myrtle Beach, Horry Co., SC.

+ 488 F    ii. Sarah Margaret Winslow was born on Nov 14, 1907 in Young Township, Jefferson, PA, died on Apr 11, 1992 in Indiana, Indiana Co., and was buried in Kittanning Cemetery, Armstrong Co., PA.

+ 489 M    iii. Harry C. Winslow Jr died after 1965.

+ 490 F    iv. Christine Winslow was born circa 1911 in PA and died after 1965.

+ 491 F    v. Susan A. Winslow was born on Feb 7, 1915 in PA and died on Apr 19, 1973 in Santa Clara Co., CA.

+ 492 M    vi. Harry Clark Winslow was born on Apr 28, 1921 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died on Aug 12, 2003.

  1. Winslow Carpenter Rowewas born on Mar 12, 1852 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died prob 1920-1930 of Portland, Cumberland, Maine.

Winslow married Helen S. Rowe in 1878. Helen was born in May 1855 in Maine and died from 1910 to 1920 in Portland, Cumberland, Maine. They had no children.

  1. Julia Wilson Rowewas born on Feb 7, 1857 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died on Apr 11, 1930 in Newport, Penobscot, Maine.

Noted events in her life were:

  • Marriage: single all life.
  1. Hollis Grant Rowewas born on Jul 7, 1865 in Newport, Penobscot, Maine and died after 1930 of Providence RI.
  2. Charles C. Boyerwas born on May 29, 1851 in Benezette, Elk Co , PA and died after 1920 in Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania.

General Notes: Charles Boyer was single. This man has accomplished wonders in “Rescue and Charity Work” in London England and in Harrisburg Pa. At the present writing he is superintendent of the Home Invalids Union and the Old Folks Home Harrisburg PA Robert F Gorman says of him in the Harrisburg News November 24, 1911:” Had he devoted his unquestioned executive ability and unbounded energy to business he would be one of the wealthy men of the city.” “He is cin constant touch with the misfortune in it sblackest forms yet remains as optimist of the highest type- the optimist of deed as well as creed. He scatters sunshine all along his daily way and is loved by all who know him”. Source American Boyers

  1. Frank Deweeze Boyerwas born on May 23, 1853 in Elk Co , PA and died after Apr 30, 1930 in Pottstown, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania.

Frank married Eleanora M. Trough circa 1883. Eleanora was born in Aug 1857 in PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 493 F    i. Florence Boyer was born in Jul 1886 in Harrisburg, Dauphin Co., PA.

+ 494 M    ii. Frank Deweese Boyer was born on Jul 27, 1887 in Harrisburg, Dauphin Co., PA and died after 1930 of Harrisburg, Dauphin Co., PA.

+ 495 M    iii. Harvey Anderson Boyer was born on Feb 4, 1890 in Harrisburg, Dauphin Co, Pennsylvania and died after 1942 in Harrisburg, Dauphin Co, Pennsylvania.

+ 496 M    iv. William H. Boyer was born on Sep 12, 1892 in Harrisburg, Dauphin Co, Pennsylvania and died after 1920.

  1. Emma Boyerwas born on Dec 1, 1856 in Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania and died after 1930 in Mount Pleasant, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania.

Emma married John C. Cassell circa 1882. John was born circa 1856 in Roanoke, NC.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 497 M    i. James Cassell was born circa 1895.

  1. Susan L. Boyerwas born on Nov 12, 1858 in Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania and died after Jan 8, 1920 in Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania.

Susan married Theodore E. Howard circa 1897. Theodore was born circa 1861 in PA and died circa 1897.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 498 M    i. Herbert N. Howard was born on Apr 3, 1880 in Harrisburg, Dauphin Co, Pennsylvania and died on Mar 7, 1925 in Mt Zion, GA.

  1. Albert Burt W. Boyerwas born on May 17, 1864 in Harrisburg, Dauphin County, Pennsylvania and died after 1920 in Carbon County, Pennsylvania.
  2. Carolyn Carrie Boyerwas born on Mar 30, 1866 in Harrisburg, Dauphin, PA and died on Jul 16, 1954 in Los Angeles County, Calif.

Carolyn married James Bird Sharp. James was born in 1855 in Coatesville, Chester Co., Pa.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 499 F    i. Emily Cassel Sharp was born in 1899 in Coatesville, Pa.

+ 500 F    ii. Margaret Rachel Sharp was born on Jul 15, 1890 in St Louis , MO, died on Aug 29, 1983 in San Diego, CA, and was buried in St Louis , MO.

+ 501 F    iii. Kathryn C. Sharp was born on Apr 28, 1905 in St Louis , MO.

+ 502 F    iv. Charlotte W. Sharp was born circa 1897 in PA.

  1. Ella Elizabeth Johnsonwas born on May 11, 1868 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Apr 14, 1952 in Harrisburg, Dauphin Co, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Punxsutawney, Pa..

General Notes: OBITUARY APRIL 1953
FORMER RESIDENT OF BURG DIES. JOHNSONBURG PRESS
Mrs. W. E. Zierden Succumbs Tuesday
Mrs. W. E. Zierden, a former resident of Johnsonburg for many years, where her husband operated a business place, died in a nursing home near Philadelphia Tuesday afternoon April, 14, 1953. Her age was 86. Mrs. Zierden, who resided in Punxsutawney prior to making her home the last ten years with a daughter, Mrs. Sam Morgan of Harrisburg, was in the nursing home the past two years. Funeral services will be held Friday morning at 10:30 o’clock in Punxsutawney and friends may call at the Morrison funeral Home in that place. Her husband William Ernest Zierden died in 1948. Among the survivors are a grand daughter Margaret Swanson and a grandson Ernest Henry Zierden of Johnsonburg, Pa. She is buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Punxsutwaney, Pa.

Noted events in her life were:

  • She has conflicting death information of St Petersburg, Pinellas Co., FL.

Ella married William Ernest Zierden on Jan 17, 1888 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA. William was born on Mar 1, 1864 in New Brunswick, Canada, died on Dec 11, 1948 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

General Notes: W. E. ZIERDEN, merchant, Johnsonburg, Quay P. O., was born in New Brunswick, March 1, 1864, the only son in a family of six children born to Nicholas and Rebecca S. (Spofford) Zierden, natives of Germany and New Brunswick, respectively. They came to Williamsport, Penn., from New Brunswick, and were among the early settlers, moving from there to Caledonia, Elk county, where they permanently located. W. E. Zierden completed his education in the Lock Haven State Normal School in 1881. In 1887 he started in mercantile business in Caledonia, and June 26, 1888, sold his store and stock to M. E. Taylor, coming to Johnsonburg in January, 1889, where he has erected a fine brick store and is conducting a prosperous mercantile business. Mr. Zierden married, January 17, 1888, Miss Ella E., daughter of W. E. and Sophia (Winslow) Johnson, who were among the first settlers in Benezette township. Mr. and Mrs. Zierden are the parents of one child, Cecelia A. They are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church at Johnsonburg. (From Beers History 1890)

former Zierden Store was sold in 12/06 to Anthony Milliard, $60,000 so the story goes. It formerly belonged to Kay Zelinski of Kersey, Pa.

1891 Johnsonburg Newspaper W.E. ZIERDEN has sold his building to ARMSTRONG and will move to Market Street. where he will occupy two store rooms.
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JOHNSONBURG PRESS 12/1948 PIONEER BURG MERCHANT DIES IN PUNXSUTAWNEY
Johnsonburg’s first department store proprietor,William E. Zierden, was buried in Punxsutawney, Tuesday afternoon following funeral services there. He had made his home there for many years, died Saturday afternoon in Adrian Hospital at the age of 85. He retired from active business life in the Paper City in 1917 when he sold the Zierden Store on Market Street to the late J.J. Donnelly after association with the town from the earliest years in 1888. Born in New Brunswick, Nova Scotia in 1864, he came to the United States with his parents when but a year and a half old. The family settled in Williamsport where he attended school, afterwards completing his education at what is now Lock Haven State Teachers College. At the age of 19 he entered business, taking a position with J.E. Putman, prominent lumberman and merchant of Caledonia, Elk County. In 1886 he started a store of his own there, two years later selling it to come to Johnsonburg. He erected on Center street the first brick store building in town shortly after arrival here, but in 1890 his rapidly expanding business required larger quarters and he planned the three-story block on Market street which was constructed in 1892. Within a few years the store was spoken of as being the largest distributor of merchandise in this end of the state, required a large staff of clerks, used two delivery wagons, and had its own warehouse convenient to its own J.R.R. siding. Mr. Zierden was always close to the business life of the early days in Johnsonburg, organizing and being the first president of the Board of trade in 1915. He leaves his wife and four sons and five daughters. Mrs. Samuel Morgan, of Johnstown; Mrs John W. Pratt, of Philadelphia; Ernest B and Leonard Nicholas Zierden of Los Angeles, Calif.; Mrs. John DeHaven White, of Concordville, Pa., Mrs. Arthur R. Peterson of Park Ridge, Ill; William Zierden and Mrs. John A Lank of Lima, Pa. and George Zierden, of Norfolk, Va., surviving are 14 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren The funeral service will be held in the Morrison funeral Home Tuesday afternoon at 1:30 o’clock with burial in Circle Hill Cemeteru/ The Rev. J. A Cousins will officiate. Great grandchildren Sonya Swanson & Gary Zierden of Johnsonburg, Pa.

Willaim and Ella Zierden retired after twenty years of marriage and moved to St Petersburg FL. After a few years they returned to the family home in Punxsutawney where Ella’s father and mother had a large home near the center of town. the house and out building are now torn down to make way for a parking lot.
Noted events in his life were:

  • He has conflicting death information of Pinellas Co, Fl.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 503 F    i. Margaret Lucretia Zierden was born on Feb 1, 1907 in Johnsonburg, Elk, Pennsylvania and died on Sep 5, 2003 in Granite Farms Estate, Middletown, Pa..

+ 504 F    ii. Abigail Cecelia Abbie Zierden was born on Apr 10, 1889 in Johnsonburg, Elk, Pennsylvania, died on Dec 23, 1970 in Columbia, Richland, SC, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

+ 505 F    iii. Edith Rebecca Zierden was born on Apr 10, 1891 in Johnsonburg, Elk, Pennsylvania, died on May 14, 1973 in Tuscon, AZ, and was buried in Tucson Memorial Park East Lawn.

+ 506 M    iv. Ernest Blaine Zierden was born on Mar 10, 1893 in Johnsonburg, Elk, Pennsylvania, died on May 14, 1970 in Monterey Park, Los Angeles, California, and was buried in Los Angeles National Cemetery.

+ 507 F    v. Emma Alicia Zierden was born on Nov 9, 1894 in Johnsonburg, Elk, Pennsylvania, died in May 1972 in Media, Delaware co., Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

+ 508 M    vi. Leonard Nicholas Zierden was born on Apr 9, 1896 in Johnsonburg, Elk, Pennsylvania and died on Apr 12, 1955 in Los Angeles County, Calif.

+ 509 F    vii. Grace Elizabeth Zierden was born on May 27, 1898 in Johnsonburg, Elk, Pennsylvania, died on Feb 26, 1970 in Niles, Cook Co., IL, and was buried in Memory Gardens cemetery , Arlington Heights, Illinois.

+ 510 M    viii. William Winslow Zierden was born on Mar 21, 1901 in Johnsonburg, Elk, Pennsylvania, died on Dec 12, 1973 in Bryn Mawr, Delaware, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Lower Merion Baptist Cemetery.

+ 511 M    ix. George Cornelius Zierden was born on Oct 23, 1903 in Johnsonburg, Elk, Pennsylvania and died on Jun 15, 1967 in Norfolk, VA.

  1. Emma Priscilla Johnsonwas born on Aug 14, 1870 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Mar 15, 1924 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA (Sec J, Row 18).

Emma married Thadeus Campbell Zeitler on Apr 9, 1877 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA. Thadeus was born on Jul 5, 1865 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Mar 1, 1958 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA (Sec J, Row 18).

Children from this marriage were:

+ 512 F    i. Sarah “Emma” Zeitler was born on Nov 26, 1887 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died in 1954 in probably Young Twp, Jefferson Co, Pa.

+ 513 M    ii. Charles W. Zeitler was born on Feb 15, 1892 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died in 1893 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

+ 514 F    iii. Mary Sophia Zeitler was born on May 7, 1894 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died in 1930.

+ 515 F    iv. Ella E. Zeitler was born on Oct 12, 1890 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died in 1954 in Young Twp, Jefferson Co, Pa, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. F, Row 4).

  1. Ada ADDIE Johnsonwas born on Feb 28, 1872 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died in Mar 1873 in Benezette, Elk, PA, and was buried in Benezette Cemetery, Benezette, Pa. Pennsylvania.
  2. Anna Elizabeth Winslowwas born on Feb 13, 1848 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died on Dec 27, 1923 in Colville, Stevens Co, WA.

Anna married Byron Julius Jones on May 10, 1865 in Benezette, Elk , Pa, son of Julius Jones and Polly Griswold. Byron was born on Mar 12, 1837 in Essex Co, NY and died on Nov 12, 1882 of Benezette, Elk Co, PA.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 516 M    i. Merritt Winslow Jones was born on Feb 20, 1866 in Maybe Benezette, Elk, PA and died on Apr 11, 1949 in San Diego, CA.

Anna next married Archibald McColman circa 1885. Archibald was born in Feb 1852 in Canada, died on Apr 24, 1918 in Colville, Stevens Co, WA, and was buried in Highland Cemetery, Colville, WA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 517 M    i. Harry McColman was born in Sep 1883 in IA.

+ 518 F    ii. Ada McColman was born in Jul 1891 in WA.

  1. Adaline Winslowwas born on Dec 19, 1849 in Benezette, Pennsylvania and died on Mar 29, 1850 in Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania.
  2. Clara Winslowwas born on Nov 15, 1853 in Benezette, Pennsylvania and died on Apr 7, 1866 in Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania.
  3. Byron Winslow MDwas born on Aug 24, 1855 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Jul 30, 1890 in Pittsburgh. PA, and was buried in Curwensville, Pa.

General Notes: Obituary 1890 A telegram was received at this place on Wednesday last that Dr Byron Winslow of Clayville was lying dangerously sick at the West Penn Hospital Pittsburgh and was not expected to live over a few hours and for the friends to come and see him. Before the next train left another telegram was received stating that he had died. But few of his friends knew of his sickness. He was visiting in Greensburg and became sick on July 17th. Growing worse he requested that he be taken to the West Penn Hospital where he died on the morning of July 30th. The remains were taken to Curwensville his former home for interment on Friday August 1.
Dr Byron Winslow was born at Benzoate , Elk,county about 36 years ago. He studied medicine and graduated from the Jefferson Medical College Philadelphia about ten years ago. He practiced one year in Clearfield from which he removed to Curwensville where he remained four years. He married while at the latter named place but his wife lived but a few years after his marriage. Dr Winslow came to this place shortly after the death of his wife and located at Clayville where he has been practicing his profession with success. He leaves parents, four brothers, one sister, and a host of friends to mourn his departure. Dr Winslow was an active member of the First Presbyterian Church of the place and his presence will be missed for the weekly meetings.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Colleges: Mar 12, 1879, Philadelphia, PA. graduated from Jefferson Medical College

Byron married Lydia Kerns. Lydia was born in 1860 and died in 1887 in Curwensville, Clearfield, PA.

  1. William Lloyd Garrison Winslowwas born on Jun 3, 1851 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Aug 28, 1925 in Orin, Stevens Co, WA, and was buried in Highland Cemetery, Colville, WA.

General Notes: Death of W. L. Winslow. William Lloyd Garrison Winslow, 74, pioneer lumberman, passed away at 1 o’clock this morning at this home at Orin. He had been in failing health for some time. The deceased was born June 3, 1851 in Penn. and returned recently from a visit at his old home. His daughter, Miss Etta Winslow at Orin, a brother, C. T. in Portland, Ore. and a brother O. F. in Penn., survive him. Funeral services will be held at 3 o’clock Sunday from the McCord chapel, the Rev. Guy Denney, assisted by the Rev. Roy Swift, officiating. Burial will be made at Highland. The deceased has resided in Stevens county for the past 25 years.

William married Clara Elizabeth Krebs on Mar 20, 1876 in Sinnemahoning, Cameron Co, Pa. Clara was born on Oct 28, 1854 in Benezette, Pa, died on Apr 13, 1924 in Orin, Stevens Co, WA, and was buried in Highland Cemetery, Colville, WA.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 519 F    i. Etta May Winslow was born on Feb 12, 1877 in Benezette, Elk , Pa, died on May 6, 1960 in Colville, Stevens Co, WA, and was buried in Highland Cemetery, Colville, WA.

  1. Rush Johnson Winslowwas born on Sep 10, 1857 in Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania and died on Aug 24, 1890 in Clayville Jefferson Co, Pa.
  2. Rev Orrin Satterlee Winslowwas born on Feb 22, 1861 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Aug 26, 1943 in Brockport, Elk, PA, and was buried in Brockport Cemetery, Elk Co., PA.

General Notes: Rev. O. S. Winslow Dies In Brockport, Aged 82 Rev. O. S. Winslow, prominent Brockport resident, died in his home Thursday evening after an illness of several months. He was 82. Funeral services will be held from the family home in Brockport Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o’clock. Rev. Winslow was born Feb. 22, 1861, in Benezette, Elk County, a son of David and Samantha Johnston Winslow. He married Minnie Horton, of Brockport, in 1890. He is survived by his widow and the following children: Burr Winslow, of Alameda, Cal.; Rev. Harold H. Winslow, Winona Lake, Ind.; Dr. Harry D. Winslow, Park Ridge, Ill.; Mrs. Ruth Brumberg, Ridgway; Mrs. Esther McLaughlin, New Kensington and Mrs. Helen McLaughlin, of Brockport, and ten grandchildren

Noted events in his life were:

  • He appeared on the census in 1900 in Colville, Stevens Co, WA. parents David and Samantha Winslow living with them

Orrin married Minnie Lovisa Horton on Dec 24, 1890 in Du Bois, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania. Minnie was born on Jan 29, 1868 in Brockport, Elk Co, Pa, died on Apr 6, 1950 in Brockport, Elk, PA, and was buried in Brockport Cemetery, Elk Co., PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 520 F    i. Helen Minerva Winslow was born on Jul 17, 1903 in Brockport, Elk Co, Pa, died on Jul 17, 1983 in St Marys, Elk, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Beechwoods Cemetery, Falls Creek, PA.

+ 521 M    ii. Burr Horton Winslow was born on Jun 15, 1891 in Brockport, Horton City, Elk Co., PA, died on Mar 9, 1978 in Alameda, Alameda Co CA, and was buried in Golden Gate National Cemetery, San Bruno, CA.

+ 522 M    iii. Dr Harry David Winslow was born on Aug 19, 1893 in Brockport, Elk Co, Pa and died on Oct 21, 1960 in Los Angeles County, Calif.

+ 523 F    iv. Ruth Bernice Winslow was born on Jan 31, 1897 in Brockport, Elk Co, Pa, died on Feb 8, 1987 in PA, and was buried in Oakmont Cemetery, Ridgway, PA.

+ 524 F    v. Esther Grace Winslow was born on May 26, 1901 in Brockport, Elk Co., PA, died on Oct 14, 1993 in DuBois, Clearfield Co., PA, and was buried in Beechwoods Cemetery, Falls Creek, PA.

+ 525 M    vi. Elton Paul Winslow was born on May 26, 1901 in Brockport, Elk Co, Pa, died on Nov 26, 1984 in Dubois Clearfield, PA, and was buried in St Boniface Cemetery, Kersey, Pa.

+ 526 M    vii. Rev Harold Hezekiah Winslow was born on Aug 19, 1893 in Brockport, Elk Co, Pa, died on Dec 4, 1944 in South Bend , IN, and was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Warsaw, IN.

  1. Colburn Thew Winslowwas born on Sep 25, 1865 in Probably Benezette, Elk, Pennsylvania and died on Aug 10, 1938 in probably Portland, Multnomah, Oregon.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He has conflicting death information of Alameda, CA.

Colburn married Emma Theresa Hendricks on Aug 28, 1895, daughter of John Hendricks and Anstruss ANN Little Winslow. Emma was born on Nov 14, 1870 in Indiana, Indiana Co, Pa and died on Apr 27, 1936 in Portland, Multnomah Co., Oregon.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 527 F    i. Gladys L Winslow was born in Jul 1897 in Brockway, Jefferson, Pa and died after 1930 of Portland, Multnomah, Oregon.

+ 528 M    ii. Dean Hendricks Winslow was born on May 7, 1898 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died on Jul 14, 1979 in Kingston, Kitsap Co., WA.

+ 529 F    iii. Grace E. Winslow was born in Jan 1900 in Colville, Stevens, Washington or PA and died after 1930 of Portland, Multnomah, Oregon.

+ 530 M    iv. James C. Winslow was born on Feb 9, 1902 in Colville, Stevens Co., WA and died on Dec 30, 1974 in Washington Co., Oregon.

+ 531 F    v. Florence Anne Winslow was born on Nov 18, 1904 in Colville, Stevens Co, WA, died on Aug 4, 1980 in Multnomah Co., OR, and was buried in Rose City Cemetery, Portland, OR.

+ 532 F    vi. Helen S. Winslow was born circa 1908 in prob Colville, Stevens Co, WA and died after 1930 of Portland, Multnomah, Oregon.

+ 533 F    vii. Elizabeth C. Winslow was born circa 1913 in prob Colville, Stevens Co, WA and died after 1930 of Portland, Multnomah, Oregon.

  1. Helen Elizabeth Satterleewas born on Jun 1, 1852 in Benezette , Elk Co, Pennsylvania, died on Jun 22, 1931 in Lock Haven , Clinton Co., PA, and was buried in Highland Cemetery, Lock Haven, Clinton Co., PA.

Helen married Daniel Franklin Good on Jul 17, 1872 in Loch Haven , Clinton Co., PA. Daniel was born on Aug 18, 1844 in Muncy, Lycoming, Pa, died on Dec 14, 1928 in Lock Haven , Clinton Co., PA, and was buried in Highland Cemetery, Lock Haven, Clinton Co., PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 534 M    i. Orrin Satterlee Good was born on May 5, 1874 in Clinton Co, PA, died in 1958 in maybe Spokane, Spokane, Washington, and was buried in Highland Cemetery, Lock Haven, Clinton Co., PA.

+ 535 F    ii. Sarah Beeber Good was born on Jul 31, 1877 in Clinton Co, PA, died on Sep 13, 1940 in Lock Haven , Clinton Co., PA, and was buried in Highland Cemetery, Lock Haven, Clinton Co., PA.

+ 536 M    iii. Dean Rollin Good was born on Dec 2, 1879 in Lock Haven, Clinton, Pennsylvania, died after 1942 in Lock Haven , Clinton Co., PA, and was buried in Highland Cemetery, Lock Haven, Clinton Co., PA.

  1. Reuben Winslow “Rush” Petrikinwas born on Jan 23, 1843 in Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania, died on Oct 15, 1882 in Mexico, and was buried in Highland Cemetery Lock Haven, Pa.

General Notes: Winslow Memorial-1. Reuben-Winslow Petrikin , b. 23 Jan. 1843, Benezett; entered West Point as cadet in June, 1861; graduated June, 1805, and was assigned to the 1st Regiment of Artillery, as 2d Lieutenant; was soon after promoted to the rank of 1st Lieutenant. While in the 1st Artillery he was stationed at Fort Schuyler, New York Harbor, until the Fenian raid on Canada, when be was ordered with his company to Buffalo. Remained in the Artillery service about nine months, and was transferred to the Engineer Corps, as 1st Lieutenant, and ordered to Maine to take charge of the fortification, building at the mouth of the Kennebec River. In the spring of 1867, he was ordered to Omaha, Neb., as engineer, on the staff of Gen. C.-C. Augur, commanding the Department of the Platte, and remained on said duty one year and a half, at which time he resigned the service. Since then he has been employed in civil engineering, and otherwise. He married at Lock Haven, Pa., 20 Jan. 1870, Maggie Grafting of L., b. 16 Jan. 1846, L., dau. of Jacob and Agnes (Krebbs) of L. Res. 1873, Lock Haven, Pa.Children:

Noted events in his life were:

  • Military: West Point grad June 1865, served in artillery, engineer corps, before he resigned
  • He died in 1882 in Mexico. R W Petrikin was killed by Indians in Mexico while he was supervising the construction of the Mexican International Railroad .

Reuben married Margaret H.Maggie Graffins on Jan 20, 1870 in Lock Haven , Clinton Co., PA, daughter of Jacob Graffins and Unknown. Margaret was born on May 3, 1845 in Lock Haven , Clinton Co., PA, died on Jul 16, 1875 in Benezette, Elk , Pa, and was buried in Highland Cemetery Lock Haven, Pa.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 537 M    i. Benjamin RUSH Petrikin was born on Jan 8, 1871 in Lock Haven , Clinton Co., PA, died on Apr 14, 1915 in Kings Co., NY, and was buried in Highland Cemetery, Lock Haven, Clinton Co., PA.

+ 538 M    ii. Jacob Graffins Petrikin was born on Aug 23, 1872 in Lock Haven , Clinton Co., PA, died on Jan 10, 1937 in Bethlehem, Northampton, Pa, and was buried in Highland Cemetery, Lock Haven, Clinton Co., PA.

  1. William Franklin Frank Petrikinwas born on Jun 3, 1847 in Bellefonte, Center Co, Pennsylvania, died on Feb 8, 1890 in Lock Haven , Clinton Co., PA, and was buried in Highland Cemetery Lock Haven, Pa.
  2. Helen Elizabeth Petrikinwas born on Dec 26, 1844 in Bellefonte, Centre, Pennsylvania, died on Jul 18, 1851 in Bellefonte, Centre, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Highland Cemetery Lock Haven, Pa.
  3. James Rush Winslowwas born on Jan 24, 1849 in Benezette, , Elk, PA, died on Jun 5, 1897 in Jamestown, Stutsman, North Dakota, and was buried in Wildwood Cemetery, Williamsport, PA.

General Notes: Obituary June 5, 1897 From the Daily Alert published at Jamestown North Dakota we learn the particulars of the death of James R Winslow which occurred in that city on Saturday June 5, 1897 after an illness of ten days. He leaves a wife and one daughter Mrs Bessie Shurlock of Fargo. The remains were taken to Williamsport Pa for interment accompanied by the bereaved widow and Mr and Mrs Shurlock. James R Winslow was born in Punxsutawney January 24, 1851. His father was Robert Miller Winslow who died in California several years ago. Mr Winslow was educated at Dickinson Seminary Williamsport and there in 1872 he married Miss Rebecca LeVan. During his whole life he was engaged in the lumbering business in Wisconsin and then in North Dakota. Mr Winslow leaves many relatives and friends in Punxsutawney.

Winslow Memorial- . James-Rush”, b. 3 Jan. 1847, Benezett; m. Williamsport, Pa., 14 Sept. 1871, Rebecca Le Van of W., b. there, 4 June, 1850, dau. of Edward-McDonald Dananhaur and Jane-Vanderbilt (Stabb) of W. Lumberman. Res. Kearsey and Williamsport, Pa., and Green Bay and Oconto, Wi*. 

James married Rebecca G LeVan on Sep 14, 1871 in Williamsport, Lycoming Co., PA. Rebecca was born on Jun 4, 1850 in Williamsport, Lycoming, PA, died on Apr 10, 1941 in Williamsport, Lycoming, PA, and was buried in Wildwood Cemetery–Williamsport, PA.

Noted events in her life were:

  • Alt Name: may be Rebecca LeVan Danenhauer

The child from this marriage was:

+ 539 F    i. Elizabeth BESSIE Winslow was born on Aug 22, 1873 in Williamsport, Lycoming, PA and died on Dec 26, 1958 in Los Angeles County, Calif.

  1. Reuben Satterlee Winslowwas born on Apr 16, 1852 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died after 1930 of Benezette Township, Elk, Pennsylvania.
  2. Clara Emma Winslowwas born on Aug 20, 1856 in Lock Haven , Clinton Co., PA, died in 1921 in Los Angeles City, Los Angeles, California, and was buried in Rosedale Cemetery, Los Angeles, CA.

Clara married Albert A Allen in 1881 in ND. Albert was born in Jan 1855 in NY, died in 1925 in Los Angeles County, Calif, and was buried in Rosedale Cemetery, Los Angeles, CA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 540 M    i. Robert Winslow Allen was born on Sep 2, 1882 in Dakota Territory and died on Nov 24, 1939 in Los Angeles County, Calif.

He never married and had no children

+ 541 F    ii. Leola E. Allen was born on Jan 2, 1884 in North Dakota Territory, died on Aug 1, 1967 in Los Angeles City, Los Angeles, California, and was buried in Forest Lawn.

  1. HENRY Harvey Winslowwas born on Oct 19, 1852 in Benezette, , Elk, PA and died on Jan 31, 1938 in Minneapolis, Hennepin Co, MN.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He was employed in 1905 in Minneapolis Fire Department. Minneapolis Fire Department – 1905 Engine Company No. 10:Henry H Winslow engineer
  • Marriage: Married in the home of the Mineapolis Fire Chief, Frank L. Stetson

HENRY married Augusta Gussie Gates on Apr 23, 1885 in Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, daughter of Unknown and Louisse Shockweiler. Augusta was born on Feb 27, 1867 in St Paul, Hennepin, Minnesota and died on Jan 4, 1959 in Minneapolis, Hennepin Co, MN.

Noted events in their marriage were:

  • Marriage Fact: Apr 23, 1885. Married in the home of the Mineapolis Fire Chief, Frank L. Stetson

General Notes: Augusta ChrisMcKinney85351 added this on 2 Aug 2008 Augusta was born out of wedlock to Louisa Schockweiler. Family legend is that her father was a son of the Gates family of St. Paul, for whom Louisa worked. The Gateses made a settlement with Louisa. Augusta was my Great Grandmother, as well. My grandmother was her daughter Ruth Louise.
Augusta’s last name HELZERVILL added this on 1 Aug 2008 Augusta’s last name was Gates her mother’s last name was Schockweiler. Augusta is my Great Grandmother. Her daughter Ethel Rose is my Grandmother. I have no information on Augusta’s father.

Noted events in her life were:

  • Alt Name: Agusta Gates Schockweiler.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 542 F    i. Ethel Rose Winslow was born on Feb 23, 1886 in Minneapolis Ward 4, Hennepin, Minnesota, died on Jan 10, 1973 in Orange County, Calif, and was buried in Olive Lawn Cemetery, LA, CA.

+ 543 F    ii. Ida M. Winslow was born on Nov 1, 1887 in Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, died on May 28, 1974 in La Mirada, Los Angeles, California, and was buried in Olive Lawn Cemetery, LA, CA.

+ 544 M    iii. Harold H. Winslow was born on Nov 2, 1895 in Minneapolis, MN and died on Feb 19, 1976 in San Diego, San Diego, California.

+ 545 F    iv. Ruth Louise Winslow was born on Apr 26, 1900 in Minneapolis Ward 4, Hennepin, Minnesota and died on Jun 19, 1985 in Minneapolis Ward 4, Hennepin, Minnesota.

  1. Ida Lucretia B. Winslowwas born circa Nov 27, 1853 in Benezette, , Elk, PA and died on Mar 3, 1934 in Seattle, King Co., WA.

Ida married Frank Loring Stetson circa 1878. Frank was born on Dec 19, 1852 in ME and died on Jul 24, 1943 in Seattle, King Co., WA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 546 M    i. Horotio John Stetson was born on Oct 19, 1880 in MN and died on Jun 29, 1924 in Skykowich, King Co., WA.

+ 547 F    ii. Vera G. Stetson was born circa Jun 1884 in MN and died after 1926 of Seattle, King, Washington.

+ 548 F    iii. Zurah Temple Stetson was born circa May 25, 1888 and died on Jul 6, 1935 in Seattle, King Co., WA.

+ 549 M    iv. Frank Kingsley Stetson was born on Jul 12, 1891 in Minneapolis , Hennepin, Minnesota and died on May 8, 1960 in Seattle, King Co., WA.

  1. Mary A. Winslowwas born circa 1858 in MN, died on Apr 7, 1879 in Taylor’s Falls, Minn, and was buried in Kahbakong Cemetery, Taylor Falls, MN.
  2. William Carpenter Winslowwas born on Nov 10, 1862 in probably Taylor Falls MN and died on Sep 27, 1928 in Seattle, King Co., WA.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He appeared on the census in 1920 in Tacoma, WA. occupation Govenrment Marshall
  • He appeared on the census in 1900 in Minneapolis, MN. occupation fireman

William married Frances Fannie Josephine Collins in 1893. Frances was born on Dec 11, 1875 in Minneapolis Ward 1, Hennepin, Minnesota and died on Aug 29, 1950 in Seattle, King Co., WA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 550 F    i. Jennie L. Winslow was born in Jan 1894 in Minneapolis Ward 1, Hennepin, Minnesota and died after 1930 in Clay, TX.

+ 551 F    ii. Dorothy Marie Winslow was born on Oct 8, 1896 in MN and died on Jul 18, 1948 in Seattle, King Co., WA.

+ 552 F    iii. Ruth Winslow was born in Sep 1899 in Minneapolis Ward 1, Hennepin, Minnesota.

+ 553 M    iv. William Collins Winslow was born on Feb 28, 1913 in maybe Tacoma , Pierce, Washington and died on Apr 9, 1995 in Seattle, King, Washington.

  1. C. R. Winslowwas born circa 1867 in Taylor Falls MN and died after 1875 of Taylors Falls, Chisago, Minnesota.
  2. Rolland Winslow Deringwas born in Nov 1852 in Jones, Elk Co , PA and died on Dec 26, 1943 in Everett, Snohomish, WA.

General Notes: internet from Shirely Dering Stufflebeam–My dad was Edward James Dering. I knew my dad was married and divorced.I am 72 years old had one sister Marie she passed away in 2000.She was older than me.. I have 7 children 18 grandchildren and my third great grandchild is due in January.Roland was my grandpa . another posting Roland WinslowDering. All you wrote it is my grandpa Bill was his son by the cherokee woman . She died of TB . He then married Hatti Alsie Randall in ST Croix Falls, WI . Hattie and Roland were my grandparents and Edward James was my dad. If he is your dad you are my half brother.I am 72 maybe you can e mail me I did not find an e mail address for you. Please do I want to know more. I know my dad was married before he married my mom.Womans name was Frances…

Noted events in his life were:

  • He worked as a concert violinist; car salesman.

Rolland married Cherokee Indian Dering circa 1874. Cherokee was born in MN and died circa 1875.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 554 M    i. William Rolland Willy Dering was born on Jul 19, 1875 in WI and died on Apr 25, 1952 in WA.

Rolland next married Hattie Alise Randall on Jan 2, 1876 in St Croix Falls, WI. Hattie was born circa Dec 1857 in Mass and died on Aug 4, 1952 in Everett, Snohomish, WA.

General Notes: internet posting by Shirley Dering Stufflebeam
My grandmother Hattie Alsie Randall… She was born Emiline Louise Bixby. on December 29,1857.She was adopted by Randalls I do not know their names.I have asked a cousin she had the information but has forgotten. My grandmother married my grandfather Roland W Dering,January2,1876 St Croix Falls, WI. They had 5 children born four of them in Grantsburge, WI.The youngest Fred was born in Rush City . Minn.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 555 F    i. Cora I. Dering was born on Dec 20, 1876 in Grantsburg, Burnett, WI and died in 1940 of West Reedsport, Douglas, Oregon.

+ 556 F    ii. Edna M. Dering was born in Feb 1879 in WI and died after 1900 of Itasca, Minnesota.

+ 557 M    iii. Harry Albert Dering was born on Jul 20, 1882 in WI and died on Apr 19, 1959 in Everett, Snohomish, WA.

+ 558 M    iv. Edward James Dering was born on Feb 26, 1888 in Grantsburg, Burnett, WI and died on May 5, 1959 in Wenatchee, Chelan, WA.

+ 559 M    v. Fred Rolland Dering was born on Jul 7, 1891 in Rush City, Chisago, MN and died on Nov 13, 1954 in Everett, Snohomish, WA.

+ 560 M    vi. William R. Dering was born on Jul 19, 1875 and died on Apr 25, 1952 of Everett, Snohomish, Washington.

  1. Burt O. Winslowwas born in Apr 1868 in MN and died on Oct 15, 1907 in Georgetown, King Co., Washington.
  2. John Murray Winslowwas born in Jul 1871 in MN and died on Jan 24, 1942 in Minneapolis Ward 8, Hennepin, Minnesota.

John married Lovilla L. Lydiard in 1895. Lovilla was born on Jul 9, 1872 in MN and died on Jun 28, 1969 in Minneapolis Ward 8, Hennepin, Minnesota.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 561 F    i. Jean Laua Winslow was born circa 1903 in Minneapolis Ward 8, Hennepin, Minnesota and died after 1930 of Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota.

+ 562 F    ii. Grace L. Winslow was born on Jun 1, 1906 in Minneapolis Ward 8, Hennepin, Minnesota and died on Oct 9, 1976 in Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota.

  1. CLEMENT Reginald Winslowwas born on Aug 18, 1877 in Taylor’s Falls, Minn and died from Jun 1927 to 1930 of Oak Grove, Minneapolis, MN.

CLEMENT married Charlotte E. circa 1910. Charlotte was born on Feb 6, 1876 in St Paul , MN and died after 1930 of Oak Grove, Minneapolis, MN.

Noted events in her life were:

  • She has conflicting death information of Apr 12, 1968 and Ramsey, MN.
  1. Claudia M. Winslowwas born in Feb 1881 in Taylor’s Falls, Minn and died after 1930 of Minneapolis Ward 8, Hennepin, Minnesota.

Noted events in her life were:

  • She worked as a music teacher.
  1. Gertrude W. Winslowwas born in Jul 1884 in Taylor’s Falls, Minn and died after 1905 in Hennepin, MN.
  2. James Harvey Winslowwas born in 1866 in Taylor Falls, MN, died on Apr 12, 1868 in Taylor Falls, MN, and was buried in Kahbakong Cemetery, Taylor Falls, MN.
  3. William Henry Thayerwas born on Sep 7, 1856 in Blissfield, Lenawee, Michigan and died on Feb 27, 1911 in Kings Co, WA.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He owned land Early Homesteader-THAYER, WILLIAM H. on Jun 1, 1888 in Hyde Co., SD -.

William married Clara E. Nichols in 1899. Clara was born circa 1858 in MI.

General Notes: Henry Thayer and Clara Thayer were on the census records for the Thayer family. Clara 22 yrs had not been on previous census reports We believe she may be wife of Henry Thayer Jr not daughter of Henry and Saphronia as listed.

  1. Emma Adelaide Thayerwas born on Aug 1, 1853 in Ridgway, Elk Co., PA and died on Jun 2, 1941 in Altadena, Los Angeles County, Calif.

Emma married Guy Carpenter Lillie on Aug 28, 1879 in Waterloo, Black Hawk Co., IA. Guy was born on Aug 26, 1859 in Coopersville, Ottawa Co., MI and died on Nov 26, 1949 in Altadena, Los Angeles, CA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 563 M    i. Charles Denton Lillie was born on Dec 16, 1881 in Grundy Co., Iowa and died after Apr 27, 1942 of Dandy , Rutland, VT.

+ 564 F    ii. Ella Eliza Lillie was born on Dec 31, 1885 in Rutland, Sargent, ND and died on Aug 28, 1940 in Pasadena, Los Angeles, CA.

+ 565 M    iii. Ernest Albert Lillie was born in Nov 1891 in Rutland, Sargent, ND and died after 1905 of Minneapolis City, Hennepin, Minnesota.

+ 566 M    iv. Guy Carpenter Lillie was born on Jan 31, 1878 in MI and died after 1920 in Grand Rapids, MI.

  1. DENTON Burdette Thayerwas born on Sep 2, 1860 in Blissfield, Lenawee, Michigan, died on May 26, 1930 in San Antonio, Los Angeles, California, and was buried in Lakewood Cemetery, Minneapolis, Hennipen Co., MN.

General Notes: 1885 S Dakota censs 24 yrs listed as a grain agent
South Dakota State Represenative Sully and Hyde counties SD 1897-1900
1893-1896 County Treasurer Hyde County S Dakota
1910-1920 in Iowa manager Standard oil company
1930 Retired Los Angeles CA

Noted events in his life were:

  • He appeared on the census in 1880 in New Hartford, Butler, Iowa.
  • He appeared on the census in 1885 in District 46, Hyde, Dakota Territory. Listed as 24 yrs old a a grain agent Father Henry T is a farmer amd mother Saphronia
  • Politics: 1893-1896, Hyde co, S Dakota. county treasurer
  • Politics: State representative, 1897-1900, South Dakota.
  • He appeared on the census in 1910 in Sioux Ward 1, Woodbury, Iowa.
  • He was employed from 1910 to 1920 in Iowa. Manager, Standard Oil company
  • He appeared on the census in 1915 in Sioux City, Iowa.
  • He appeared on the census in 1920 in Sioux City Precinct 14, Woodbury, Iowa.
  • He appeared on the census in 1930 in San Antonio, Los Angeles, California.

DENTON married Kate L. circa 1887. Kate was born circa 1867 in PA, died on May 28, 1932 in Los Angeles, California, and was buried in Lakewood Cemetery, Minneapolis, Hennipen Co., MN.

  1. Eliza Ellen Thayerwas born on Dec 30, 1851 in Ridgway, Elk Co., PA and died after 1900 of Cedar Falls City, Black Hawk, Iowa.

General Notes: graduate of music at Adrian Conservatory of Music, Michigan

Eliza married Dallas W. Wick MD in 1875 in Deerfield, Lenawee, MI. Dallas was born on Nov 12, 1840 in Whiteside Co, IL and died after 1900 of Cedar Falls City, Black Hawk, Iowa.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 567 M    i. Merton Henry Wick was born on Jul 19, 1876 in IA, died on Feb 5, 1923, and was buried in Glendale Cemetery.

+ 568 M    ii. Ruell D. Wick was born on Nov 16, 1879 in IA and died on Jun 8, 1925 in Ca.

  1. Richard Winslow LAWRENCEwas born on Aug 22, 1879 in IL and died on Jan 5, 1950 in Los Angeles City, Los Angeles, California.

Richard married Minnie Bell Chapman. Minnie was born on Apr 15, 1881 in MN and died on Jan 23, 1948 in Los Angeles City, Los Angeles, California.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 569 F    i. Francis D. LAWRENCE was born circa 1907 in Aberdeen Ward 3, Brown, South Dakota and died after 1930 of Aberdeen Ward 6, Brown, South Dakota.

  1. William H. LAWRENCEwas born in Feb 1883 in SD and died after 1930 of Los Angeles City, Los Angeles, California.

William married Carol Harwood circa 1921 in probably Los Angeles, CA. Carol was born circa 1883 in Ca and died after 1930 of Los Angeles City, Los Angeles, California.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 570 F    i. Isabelle Harwood was born circa 1909 in Ca and died after 1930 of Los Angeles City, Los Angeles, California.

  1. Emma Christine Wilsonwas born on Sep 20, 1869 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Aug 4, 1933 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Riverview Cemetery, Huntington, PA.

Emma married George Francis Cant in 1892. George was born on Sep 19, 1864 in Galt, Ontario, Canada and died on Nov 2, 1924 in probably Huntingdon, Huntingdon, PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 571 F    i. Francis Helene Cant was born circa 1895 in PA and died on Oct 11, 1962 in Huntingdon, Huntingdon Co., Pa.

+ 572 F    ii. Caroline Winslow Cant was born on Mar 26, 1897 in PA and died in Feb 1979.

+ 573 M    iii. George Francis Cant was born on Feb 7, 1903 in Huntington, PA and died on Nov 19, 1951 in Nyack, NY.

+ 574 F    iv. Christine Wilson Cant was born circa 1907 in PA.

  1. Edith May Wilsonwas born on Mar 1, 1856 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died in 1933 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. F, Row 7).

Edith married William Miller Gillespie Esq on Dec 27, 1891 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, son of James Updegraph Gillespie and Lydia Smith Winslow. William was born on Mar 6, 1852 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died in 1932 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. F, Row 7).

Noted events in his life were:

  • His health was listed as blind in 1870 census.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 575 M    i. James Updegraph Gillespie was born on Nov 7, 1892 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died on Jun 20, 1981 in Volusia Co. FL.

+ 576 M    ii. Washington Irving Gillespie was born on Feb 10, 1895 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died in Aug 1967 in Columbia Co. FL.

  1. Anna Mary Wilsonwas born on Nov 3, 1860 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died on Apr 23, 1892 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania.
  2. Carolyn Carrie Ella Wilsonwas born on Oct 13, 1862 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died in 1954 in probably Punxsutawney, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. B, Row 5).

Carolyn married Jacob Livingood Fisher on Oct 1, 1885 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA. Jacob was born on Mar 12, 1862 in Schuylkill Co., PA, died in 1927 in probably Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. B, Row 5).

Children from this marriage were:

+ 577 F    i. Sarah Florence Fisher was born on Jul 5, 1886 in Brookville , Jefferson Co, Pa, died on Aug 22, 1974 in probably Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. B, Row 5).

+ 578 M    ii. John Jacob Fisher was born on Jul 6, 1890 in PA and died on Oct 14, 1918 in Bar-Le-Duc, France.

+ 579 M    iii. Frederick W. Fisher was born on Sep 3, 1897 in PA, died on Oct 22, 1960, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. B, Row 5).

  1. Adda Wilsonwas born circa 1875 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died after 1880 of Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.
  2. Edna Winslow Wilsonwas born on May 16, 1876 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died in 1949 in Washington D.C., and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

Edna married David Edward Nicklas. David was born on Aug 23, 1876 in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, died in 1949 in MD, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 580 M    i. Edward Wilson Nicklas was born on Mar 30, 1904 in PA and died on Aug 1, 1989.

+ 581 F    ii. Emily Winslow Nicklas was born on May 11, 1912 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died in Apr 1989 in England.

  1. Margaret Elizabeth Wilsonwas born on Aug 11, 1867 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died after 1880 of Punxsutawney Ward 3, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.
  2. George Brinton McClellan Wilsonwas born on Sep 14, 1861 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died after 1880 of Punxsutawney Ward 3, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.
  3. Joseph Winslow Wilsonwas born on Nov 29, 1858 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Feb 3, 1931 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. F, Row 5).

Noted events in his life were:

  • He was employed in 1900 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA. Justice of the Peace

Joseph married Martha Jane Mitchell on Oct 6, 1877 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA. Martha was born circa 1856 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on May 5, 1897 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. F, Row 5).

Children from this marriage were:

+ 582 M    i. Paul M. Max Wilson was born circa 1879 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Jan 1, 1898 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA.

+ 583 F    ii. Winifred W. Wilson was born on Sep 9, 1882 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died in 1904.

+ 584 F    iii. Edith Earle Wilson was born on Jul 8, 1886 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

+ 585 F    iv. Dorothy Daphne Wilson was born on Aug 29, 1892 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died in May 1982.

+ 586 F    v. Daisy Dawn Wilson was born on Oct 1, 1880 in PA and died Oct 16, 2949.

  1. Anna Marie Winslowwas born on Oct 30, 1871 in Gaskill, Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on May 18, 1948 in Gaskill, Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA (Sec I, Row 1).

Anna married William JOHN Dougherty in 1905 in probably PA. William was born on Jan 21, 1873 in PA, died on Sep 7, 1915 in Catasaugua, Leheigh Co, Pa, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA (Sec I, Row 1).

Children from this marriage were:

+ 587 M    i. John Winslow Dougherty was born on Oct 20, 1909 in Canoe Twp, Indiana Co, Pa, died on Oct 31, 2004 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

+ 588 F    ii. Evelyn Bell Dougherty was born on Mar 21, 1907 in probably Canoe Twp, Indiana Co, Pa, died on Sep 23, 1913 in probably Jefferson Co, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA (Sec I, Row 1).

+ 589 F    iii. Margaret “Mady” Burns Dougherty was born on Apr 7, 1908 in Canoe Twp, Indiana Co, Pa and died on Aug 31, 2008 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

She never married and had no children

+ 590 M    iv. Augustus Colburn Winslow Gus Dougherty was born on Oct 6, 1911 in Jefferson Co, PA, died on Nov 23, 1968 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA (Sec I, Row 1).

  1. Margaret Elizabeth Winslowwas born on Oct 22, 1873 in Gaskill, Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Feb 18, 1944 in maybe Latrobe, Westmoreland Co,, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. I, Row 3).

Margaret married Harry White Frampton on Apr 25, 1906. Harry was born on Nov 1, 1878 in Homer City, Indiana Co, Pa, died on Mar 23, 1956 in probably Latrobe, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. I, Row 3).

The child from this marriage was:

+ 591 M    i. Charles Winslow Frampton was born on Feb 9, 1907 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa and died on Aug 7, 1995 in Doylestown, Bucks Co, PA.

  1. Edith Blanche Winslowwas born on May 5, 1876 in Gaskill, Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Apr 3, 1941 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. I, Row 1).

Edith married William Arthur Bowers circa 1904. William was born on Apr 12, 1873 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died on Dec 29, 1961 in Bell Township, Jefferson Co, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. I, Row 1).

Children from this marriage were:

+ 592 M    i. Edward Winslow Bowers was born on Jun 9, 1904 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died on Apr 4, 1962, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. I, Row 1).

He never married and had no children

+ 593 F    ii. Sarah Bell Bowers was born on Jul 10, 1906 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died on May 4, 1993 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Punxsutawney., PA (Sec. I, Row 1; no dates on marker).

She never married and had no children

+ 594 M    iii. William Arthur Bowers was born on Mar 19, 1908 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Mar 28, 1969 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp. near eastern Punxsutawney (Sec. I, Row 2).

+ 595 F    iv. Margaret Edith Blanche Fluff Bowers was born on Jul 8, 1910 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died on Feb 4, 2001 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA (Sec I, Row 1).

She never married and had no children

+ 596 M    v. George Colburn Winslow C.W. Bowers was born on Mar 2, 1916 in Punxsutawney, PA.

He never married and had no children

  1. William Warren WILLIE Winslowwas born on May 7, 1862 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Feb 3, 1936 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Punxsutawney PA.

General Notes: From Winslow Memorial: graduated honorably at Harvard University in 1885, read law Winslow and Calderwood till Sep 1886; afterward pursues his law studies at Harvard Law School till close of the term in 1877 when he left for Europe and at last advices was traveling there, intending to return to resume his studies at Harvard for another year. . With his abilities and opportunities he is expected to make a his and honorable career in the legal profession. Early in life he took considerable interest in printing and at 13 years of age commenced the publication of an amateur paper which he continued till 1879 when he left home for a musical education. He has been a member of the Harvard Glee Club several years. A bound volume of his editorial efforts has been preserved in which his fond father takes great pride and pleasure.

From who’s who in Pennsylvania WINSLOW, William W.I
Lawyer; born May 7, 1862, at Punxsutawney, Pa.; son of ex-Senator R. C. Winslow; ancestors came to America In the Mayflower. He fitted for college at Shortlidge’s Academy, Media, Pa.; was graduated at Harvard College in 1885; he subsequently studied In Harvard Law School; admitted to the bar in 1888, and has since practiced in his home town. He has been for twelve years a Director in the First National Bank, and in 1901 1 was made first President of the Punxsutawney National Bank, from which position he has since retired. He is a Knight Templar and Thirty-second Degree Mason. Address, Punxsutawney, Pa.

William married Vernetta L. Laverty on Mar 14, 1906 in maybe Punxsutawney Ward 2, Jefferson, Pennsylvania. Vernetta was born on May 19, 1881 in Georgeville, Indiana Co, Pa, died on Oct 27, 1966 in Los Angeles County, Calif, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Township, Punxsutawney PA.

General Notes: Obituary Oct 27, 1966
Mrs W W Winslow a former well knwon and longtime resident of Punxsutawney died Thursday in Los Angeles Calif at the age of 84.
Mrs Winslow most of her life was active in Punxsutawney civic activities. She left this city in 1954 and resided for three years with her daughter in Florida. She had resided in Los Agree since 1957.
She was born May 19, 1881 in Georgeville , Indiana County a daughter of John and Alice Laverty and March 14, 1906 was united in marriage with William W Winslow a Punxsutawney attorney who died in 1936. Mrs Winslow was a member fo the Christ Episcopal church and the Living Club in Punx’y. She had been attending the All Saints Church in Beverly Hills Calif.
Mrs Winslow was the first person in Callifornia to have a heart pacemaker installed at the age of 79 in May 1961. she had several replacements since that time.
Surviving are a daughter and three sons:Eleanor and Edward of Los Angeles; George of Huntington LI and William of Clarement Calif. She leaves also seven grandchildren, seven great grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs Charles F Eaton of Philadelphia, Mrs Frederick Steiner of Princeton NJ.
Funeral arrangements in charge of the Jordan Funeral Home in Punxsutawney have not been completed.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 597 M    i. Edward Colburn Ned Winslow was born on Feb 22, 1914 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on May 12, 1984 in Los Angeles County, Calif, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Township, Punxsutawney PA.

+ 598 F    ii. Eleanor L. Winslow was born on Dec 13, 1906 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Aug 30, 1990 in Johnstown, Fulton, NY, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Township, Punxsutawney PA.

+ 599 M    iii. George Kenelm Winslow was born on May 6, 1909 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died on Aug 7, 1992 in Waldorf, Charles, MD.

+ 600 M    iv. William Warren Winslow Jr was born on Jun 17, 1918 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Apr 22, 1971 in Claremont, CA, and was buried in Ca.

  1. John Carleton Winslowwas born on Jun 13, 1859 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Nov 11, 1881 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

John married Martha Ann Hughes on Nov 20, 1877 in Covode, Pa. Martha was born on May 11, 1859 in Young Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died on Jun 10, 1906 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 601 M    i. Eugene GENE Hale Winslow was born on Oct 10, 1881 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Nov 12, 1962 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Township, Punxsutawney PA.

+ 602 F    ii. Bessie Welcome Winslow was born on Oct 25, 1878 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Oct 27, 1881 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

  1. Charles Hudson Winslowwas born on Jul 28, 1875 in Winslow, Gaskill Township, Jefferson County, Pa, died on Apr 8, 1955 in Honolulu, Hawaii, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA (Sec. K, Row 9).

General Notes: Obituary Apr 8, 1955
Charles H Winslow a native of Jefferson County and a former resident of Dayton died Apr 8, in Honolulu Hawaii at the age of 79.
The deceased was born July 28, 1875 in Winslow, Gaskill Township Jefferson County a son of Mr and Mrs J Clark Winslow.
Surviving are two sons, two daughters , two sisters, and 11 grandchildren. Graveside services will be held at Circle Hill Cemetery here at a later date.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He was employed. Station agent in Dayton, PA; telegraph operator in 1910; also raised cattle and horses on his ranch.

Charles married Maude M. Means in 1900 in Jefferson Co, PA. Maude was born on May 22, 1878 in Valier, Jefferson Co, PA, died on Dec 11, 1947 in Dayton, Jefferson Co, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. K, Row 9).

General Notes: Obituary December 11, 1947
Mrs Maude M Winslow wife of Charles Hudson Winslow of Dayton died in her home there after 4 o’clock this morning after having been ill for the past three weeks. Death was attributed to a heart condition. She was 69 years of age.
Mrs Winslow who had lived in Dayton 37 years was prominent in church and community affairs. She had a multitude of friends who mourn her death.
The deceased was born in Valier May 22, 1878 a daughter of John and Elizabeth Means. She was united in marriage in 1900 to Charles H. Winslow whose retirement as station agent for the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad in Dayton after many years service was effective last week. The couple had been making plans to spend the winter in California when Mrs Winslow became ill. A member of the United Presbyterian church she was held in exceptional esteem.
She leave her husband and the following sons and daughters: Mrs Harold W Johnson of Berkeley Calif; John Carleton Winslow of Indiana; Charles H Winslow Jr of Oakland Calif; and Mrs Kelvin H Pierce of Concord Calif. One brother J M Means of Valier also survives as do three sisters: Mrs Amanda Bath and Mrs Zila Postlewaite of Valier, and Mrs Minnie Jordan of Oliveburg.
Funeral services will be held in the Wading Funeral Home in Dayton Saturday afternoon at 2 o’clock with interment in Circle Hill Cemetery there.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 603 M    i. Charles Hudson Chuck Winslow was born on May 20, 1908 in Hudson Village, Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa and died on May 31, 1988 in Walnut Creek, Contra Costa Co, CA.

+ 604 F    ii. Helen Jean Winslow was born on May 30, 1920 in Dayton, Armstrong, PA and died on Nov 6, 1995 in Concord, Contra Costa, CA.

+ 605 F    iii. Rosalie Winslow was born on Mar 10, 1901 in Valier, Jefferson Co, PA and died after 1955 of Berkeley , CA.

+ 606 M    iv. John CARLTON Winslow was born on May 26, 1904 in PA and died on May 12, 1977 of Indiana.

  1. John Malvern Jack Winslowwas born on Jan 18, 1877 in Hudson Village, Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died on Aug 13, 1948 in Copalis Beach, Grays Harbor Co., WA, and was buried in Wynooche Cemetery, Grays Harbor Co., WA.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He was employed. game warden and bounty hunter in Washington

John married Elva Eugenie Genie Bundy on Oct 14, 1914 in Seattle, Kings Co., WA. Elva was born on Mar 4, 1889 in Stillwater MM, Barnesville, Belmont Co., OH, died on Oct 18, 1959 in Glendale, Los Angeles Co., CA, and was buried in Grandview Memorial Park, Glendale, Los Angeles Co., CA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 607 M    i. John Malvern “Mel” Winslow was born on Sep 20, 1918 in Grays Harbor Co, WA, died on Aug 31, 2007 in Grays Harbor Co, WA, and was buried in Wynoochee Cemetery, Montesano, Grays Harbor Co., WA.

+ 608 F    ii. Joy Rachel Winslow was born on Feb 20, 1917 in Aberdeen, Grays Harbor Co., WA and died on Jul 31, 2007 in Morro Bay, San Luis Obispo Co., CA.

+ 609 F    iii. Rosemary Winslow was born on Jan 23, 1922 in Aberdeen, Grays Harbor Co., WA and died on Jan 28, 1996 in Sunland, Los Angeles Co., CA.

+ 610 M    iv. Wayne Warren Winslow was born on Aug 17, 1927 in Aberdeen, Grays Harbor Co., WA, died on Nov 14, 1942 in Glendale, Los Angeles Co., CA, and was buried in Grandview Memorial. Park. , Glendale, CA.

  1. Edward Joseph Winslowwas born on Aug 24, 1878 in Winslow, Gaskill Township, Jefferson County, Pa, died on Aug 20, 1938 in Cloe Twp., Jefferson Co., PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Township, Punxsutawney PA.

General Notes: “EDWARD J. WINSLOW DIES IN CLOE HOME Aug 20, 1938”
“Well known employee of B&O railroad succumbs after illness of four months.
“Edward J. Winslow, who had been seriously ill for the past four months, died in his home in Cloe this morning at 4 o’clock at the age of 50 years. He was one of the well-known residents of that town.
“The deceased was born in Winslow Aug 24, 1878, a son of J. Clark and Lucinda (Martin) Winslow. June 18,1910, he was united in marriage to Miss Rhoda Jacobs of Big Run and 21 years ago the couple moved to Cloe. No children were born to this union. Mr. Winslow was an efficient employee of the B&O Railroad until his illness made it necessary for him to give up his position, and was also an active member of the Knights of Pythias in this city. He was well-known throughout this vicinity and was admired and loved wherever he went. His countless friends sincerely mourn his death. He is survived by his widow, two sisters, Mrs. Maude Irvin of White Salmon, Washington, Mrs. Christine Shelley of Rochester Mills, and two brothers, Charles H. Winslow of Dayton and John M. Winslow of White Salmon, Washington. Funeral services will be held in the home of the deceased beginning at 2:30 pm Tuesday afternoon. Interment will be in the Circle Hill Cemetery.”

Edward married Rhoda Bell Jacobs on Jun 10, 1910 in Big Run, Jefferson Co., PA. Rhoda was born on Jul 7, 1878 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died on Dec 29, 1956 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

General Notes: Obituary Dec 29, 1956
Mrs Rhoda Bell Winslow 78 a resident of Cloe for the past 40 years and a resident of that district all her life, died today in the Adrian Hospital in this city after an illness of three weeks.
Born July 7, 1878 in Gaskill Twp the daughter of Andrew and Minerva Smith Jacobs , she was married June 10, 1910 to the late Edward Winslow who died in 1938. She was a member of the Cloe Methodist Church.
Her survivors include several nieces and nephews.
Friends will be received after 2 pm Sunday in the Jordan Funeral Home where services will be held at 2pm Tuesday with burial following in the Circle Hill Cemetery.

  1. Howard Augustus Winslowwas born on Nov 11, 1880 of Winslow, Pa and died from 1920 to 1933 in ID.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Military: Aug 23, 1898, Spanish American War enlistment.
  1. Christine Myrtle Winslowwas born on Feb 20, 1885 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died on Aug 8, 1973 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Row 2, Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Gaskill Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

Christine married Emanuel Sheesley on Dec 21, 1913 in Jefferson Co , PA. Emanuel was born on Jul 19, 1883 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died on Nov 5, 1969 in Rossiter, Indiana Co., PA, and was buried in Row 2, Pleasant Hill Cemetery, Gaskill Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 611 M    i. Edward C. Sheesley was born on Nov 19, 1917 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Jan 25, 1984 in Erie, Erie Co., PA, and was buried in Erie County Memorial Garden.

+ 612 F    ii. Vernetta R. Sheesley was born circa 1915 in PA and died in 1975.

+ 613 M    iii. Howard Sheesley

+ 614 F    iv. Evelyn Sheesley

  1. Maude Bell Winslowwas born on Apr 4, 1890 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa and died from 1938 to 1983 in Seattle, King Co., WA (probably).

Maude married someone John Chambers Ellis Irwin. John was born on Sep 11, 1888 in Charlotte, Mecklenburg Co., NC and died on Apr 18, 1974 in Seattle, King Co., WA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 615 M    i. John Winslow Irwin was born on Jan 21, 1917 in Charlotte, Mecklenburg Co., NC and died on Jul 29, 1984 in Hemet, Riverside Co., CA.

+ 616 M    ii. Robert E. Lee Irwin was born on Jan 28, 1920 in Aberdeen, Grays Harbor Co., WA and died on Dec 30, 1998 in Seattle, King Co., WA.

  1. Bertha Winslowwas born in Feb 1888 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa and died in Aug 1972 in Philadelphia, PA.
  2. John Arthur Murray MDwas born on May 26, 1858 in McGees Mills, Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died in 1945 in probably Patton, Cambria Co, Pa, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Marriage: Single.
  • He served in the military in Dec 1914. Applied for passport to render medical care to wounded in England, France, Switzerland, Belguim, Germany
  1. Julia Maud Murraywas born on Jan 27, 1861 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died on Oct 25, 1890 in Clearfield Co, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

Julia married G. A. Warrell. G. was born circa 1855 in PA.

  1. Caroline Gertrude Murraywas born on Jan 26, 1863 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died in 1912, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

Caroline married Dr Elliott C. Hunter. Elliott was born circa 1860 in PA and died before 1912 in Clearfield Co, PA.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 617 M    i. Murray Hunter was born in 1883, died in 1900, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

  1. George Winslow Murraywas born on Sep 5, 1864 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died on May 10, 1910 in Sandusky, Erie Co, OH, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA (Sec G, Row 3).

George married Alice Long. Alice was born in 1870 in PA, died in 1930, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA (Sec G, Row 3).

  1. Valesius Augustus Murraywas born on Mar 18, 1867 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died in 1937 in Patton, Cambria Co, Pa, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.

Valesius married Lottie M. Lottie was born in Jul 1872 in PA, died in 1946, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 618 M    i. John Allen Murray was born on Apr 15, 1905 in Patton, Cambria Co, Pa, died in Mar 1974 in Patton, Cambria Co, Pa, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.

+ 619 F    ii. Mildred G. Murray was born in 1908 in Patton, Cambria Co, Pa, died in 1930, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.

+ 620 M    iii. George W. Murray was born on Jan 31, 1911 in Patton, Cambria Co, Pa and died on Jul 5, 2001 in Patton, Cambria Co, Pa.

+ 621 M    iv. Richard C. Murray was born on Mar 29, 1916 in Patton, Cambria Co, Pa and died on Nov 28, 2002 in Patton, Cambria Co, Pa.

  1. Reuben James Murraywas born on Feb 6, 1869 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa and died before 1924.

Reuben married Jennie.

  1. Mary Nora Murraywas born on Dec 29, 1871 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died in 1903, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

Mary married John Johnson in 1892 in Jefferson Co, PA. John was born on Dec 26, 1864 in PA and died after 1930.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 622 M    i. Floyd A. Johnson was born in Dec 1892 in Jefferson Co, PA.

  1. Harold Holmes Murraywas born on Jan 7, 1878 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa and died after 1920 of Metaline Falls, Pend Oreille, Washington.

Harold married Susanna Demain. Susanna was born on Jul 14, 1879 in PA and died on Jun 6, 1968 in Seattle, King Co., WA (probably).

The child from this marriage was:

+ 623 F    i. Genevieve E Murray was born circa 1912 in WA.

  1. Martha W. Bowerswas born on Jan 23, 1865 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died in 1948 in probably Jefferson Co, PA, and was buried in Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Gaskill Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

Martha married Azariah Leonard Gibson in 1885 in PA. Azariah was born in Aug 1853 in Penn Run, Indiana Co., PA, died on May 20, 1922 in Winslow, Gaskill Twp., Jefferson Co., PA, and was buried in Pleasant Grove Cemetery, Gaskill Twp., Jefferson Co., PA (Row 13).

Children from this marriage were:

+ 624 M    i. William Allison Gibson was born on Jul 20, 1887 in Perry Township, Jefferson Co, Pa and died on May 8, 1962 in Jefferson Co , PA.

+ 625 M    ii. Edwin Forrest Gibson was born in Nov 1892 in Perry Township, Jefferson Co, Pa and died in 1943 in Jefferson Co , PA.

+ 626 M    iii. Arnold Leonard Gibson was born on Feb 26, 1897 in Perry Township, Jefferson Co, Pa and died on Jul 4, 1978 in Laguna Hills, Orange Co., CA.

+ 627 M    iv. George Sanford Gibson was born on Aug 16, 1899 in Perry Township, Jefferson Co, Pa and died on Mar 9, 1949 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

+ 628 F    v. Eugenia Gibson was born on Aug 21, 1890 in Perry Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died on Dec 26, 1893 in Perry Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, and was buried in Pleasant Grove Cemetery., Gaskill Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

  1. Mary Minnie E. Bowerswas born on Dec 18, 1866 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died in 1945 in Valier, Jefferson Co, PA, and was buried in Valier Cemetery, Perry Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

Mary married John Monroe Means on Jun 1, 1892 in PA. John was born on Apr 14, 1867 in Valier, Jefferson Co., PA, died in 1952 in Valier, Jefferson Co., PA, and was buried in Valier Cemetery, Perry Twp., Jefferson Co., PA (Sec. A, Row 10).

Children from this marriage were:

+ 629 M    i. Robert Morris Means was born on Oct 2, 1895 in Valier, Jefferson Co, PA and died circa 1897 in Valier, Jefferson Co, PA.

+ 630 M    ii. Warren Monroe Means was born on Dec 18, 1896 in Valier, Jefferson Co, PA.

+ 631 M    iii. William Bowers Means was born on Nov 14, 1897 in Valier, Jefferson Co, PA.

+ 632 M    iv. Frederick M. Means was born on Apr 4, 1900 in Perry Township, Jefferson Co, Pa and died in 1958 in Jefferson Co , PA.

+ 633 M    v. Harold Means was born on May 28, 1905 in Valier, Jefferson Co, PA and died circa 1905 in Valier, Jefferson Co, PA.

  1. Anna Christiana Bowerswas born on Mar 4, 1869 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died in 1915, and was buried in Pleasant Grove Cemetery., Gaskill Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

Anna married Arthur “Harry” Murray. Arthur was born in Aug 1863 in PA, died in 1921 in Big Run, Jefferson Co., PA, and was buried in Pleasant Grove Cemetery., Gaskill Twp., Jefferson Co., PA (Row 13).

Children from this marriage were:

+ 634 F    i. Lulu Murray was born in Aug 1897 in Winslow Twp, Jefferson Co., PA.

+ 635 F    ii. Josephine Murray was born in 1901 in Winslow Twp, Jefferson Co., PA.

  1. Lucy Emma Bowerswas born on Jan 21, 1871 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died in 1894 in PA, and was buried in Pleasant Grove Cemetery., Gaskill Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.
  2. George Clark Bowerswas born on Dec 13, 1872 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died on Jul 11, 1960 in Philadelphia, PA, and was buried in Morningside Cemetery, Dubois, Elk, PA.

General Notes: JULY 11 1960
George C. Bowers, for 49 years cashier of the Citizen Bank in Big Run, died Monday at the St. Bernadette Nursing Home in Philadelphia following an illness of three months. He was 88 years of age.
A native of Winslow, Gaskill township, where he was born Dec. 13, 1871, he was a son of William and Minerva Winslow Bowers, members of two pioneer families in this district. He was married to Ann Day Applegate in 1909. Mr. Bowers was a member of the Big run Presbyterian Church, the Masonic Lodge in Punxsutawney, the Jaffa Shrine, of Altoona, and the Coudersport Consistory.
Surviving in addition to his wife are a son, Dr. Paul A. Bowers of Philadelphia; a daughter, Mrs. Thomas Dorrian, of Chicago: five grandchildren and a sister Mrs. Alice Bowers, of Punxsutawney RD3, Gaskill Township.
Friends will be received after 5 o’clock tonight in the McDonald Funeral Home in Big Run where funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon at 2 o’clock. The Revs. Sigurd Kristiansen and Ralph Brooks will officiate and Internment will be in Morningside Cemetery in DuBois.

George married Anna Day Applegate in 1909. Anna was born in 1890 in PA and died after 1960.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 636 M    i. Dr. Paul A. Bowers was born on Aug 4, 1911 in Big Run , Jefferson Co, PA, died on Jan 20, 2002 in Penn Valley, Pa, and was buried in Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA.

+ 637 F    ii. Ruth A. Bowers was born on Sep 8, 1912 in PA and died on Mar 25, 1989 of Chicago, IL.

  1. Joseph H. Bowerswas born circa 1875 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa and died after 1880 of Gaskill, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.
  2. Alice M. Bowerswas born in Sep 1878 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died on Jan 15, 1965 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, and was buried in Pleasant Grove Cemetery., Gaskill Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

General Notes: MISS ALICE BOWERS
January 15, 1965

Funeral services will be held here Sunday afternoon for Miss Alice Bowers, of Punxsutawney RD2. Who died Friday in Brookville at the age of 87.
Miss Bowers, a lifelong resident of the Punxsutawney area, was born September 7, 1877, in Gaskill Township, a daughter of William and Minerva Winslow Bowers.
During her lifetime she had been an active member of the Pleasant Grove Presbyterian Church and had taught Sunday school there for many years. She belonged to the Daughters of the American Revolution and had been a nurse in the Sewickley Valley Hospital.
Surviving are these nieces and nephews, Mrs. Josephine Murray Bamford, of Ellwood City; Mrs. Lula Murray Cooper, of Ambridge; Mrs. Thomas Dorrian, of Chicago; William B. Means; of Valier; Dr. Arnold Gibson of Los Angeles, and Dr. Paul Bowers, of Philadelphia. She was the last of her family.
Friends will be received in the Schenkemeyer Funeral Home here after 3:30 o’clock this afternoon and funeral services will be held at 2 o’clock Sunday afternoon in the funeral home. The Rev. George C. Culp will officiate and burial will be in Pleasant Grove Cemetery.

  1. Joseph Frank Winslowwas born on Aug 16, 1873 in Mahaffey, Clearfield, Pa, died on Nov 18, 1948 in North Tonawanda, Niagara Co., NY, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Township, Punxsutawney PA.

General Notes: Obituary Nov 18, 1948
Joseph F Winslow former well known resident of this city and a resident of North Tonawanda NY since 1920 died there Thursday. He had been ill since August 2 when he suffered a heart attack.
The deceased was born in Mahaffey and spent his early life in Winslow coming to Punxsutawney in 1895. He worked for the BR&P Railway Co for a while and later became a letter carrier here. Mr Winslow was united in marriage to the former Miss Mary Grim. His mother was the late Mrs Mary Winslow.
He leaves his widow, one son Robert a daughter Helen and two grandchildren.
The body will arrive here late Saturday afternoon and friends will be received in the Morrison Funeral Home Saturday evening and until time for the Funeral service Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock with burial in circle Hill Cemetery . The Rev Ivan Koonce will officiate.

Joseph married Mary Louise Grimm circa 1914. Mary was born in Jun 1888 in Homestead, Allegheny, Pa, died on Mar 12, 1971 in Locksport, Niagara, NY, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Township, Punxsutawney PA.

General Notes: Mary G. Winslow Spirit Date 17 Mar 1971

Funeral services were held in N. Tonawanda N.Y.,, Monday for Mrs Mary G. Winslow , 82 a former resident of Punxsutawney , who died March 12 in Locksport N.Y., She was born in Homestead Pa a daughter of George S, and Ernestine Grimm and was married to Joseph F. Winslow who died in 1948, Her father was formerly superintendent of the Punxsutawney Iron Works , she had resident in the Tonawanda area for many years and was a member of the United Methodist Church and the, Tonawanda Women’s Republican Club. Surviving are a son and a daughter ,Robert W. Winslow of Syracuse NY., and Mrs Richard Furman of N.Tonawanda. She leaves also five grandchildren and a sister, Mrs .Mildred Kistner of Zolfo Springs Fla. Services were held at 1:30 pm Monday in the Wattengel Funeral in N Tonawanda and interment was in the Circle Hill Cemetery in Punxsutawney.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 638 M    i. Robert Wilkins Winslow was born on Feb 18, 1919 in N Tonawanda, Niagara, NY and died on May 6, 1977 in Syracuse, Onondaga, NY.

+ 639 F    ii. Helen L. Winslow was born on Sep 14, 1929 in N Tonawanda, Niagara, NY and died after 1971 of N Tonawanda, Niagara, NY.

+ 640 M    iii. Joseph G. Winslow was born on Jul 30, 1916 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Feb 20, 1934 in Sonyea, Livingston, NY, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

  1. Florence Ethelda Winslowwas born circa Jan 1876 in PA, died on Oct 4, 1912, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

Florence married Edward H. States on Jun 30, 1897 in PA. Edward was born circa Feb 1873 in PA, died in 1922, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 641 F    i. Christine W. States was born on Aug 7, 1899 in PA, died on Mar 20, 1939, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

+ 642 M    ii. Samuel States was born circa 1903 in PA and died after 1939.

  1. Austin Colburn Winslowwas born on Apr 9, 1865 in Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania, died on Nov 10, 1946 in probably Patton, Cambria, PA, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.

Austin married Martha Grove circa 1893 in PA. Martha was born in Mar 1861 in PA, died in Jan 1936 in Patton, Cambria, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 643 M    i. Barton Charles Winslow was born on Sep 20, 1896 in Patton, Cambria, Pennsylvania, died in Jan 1983 in Patton, Cambria Co, Pa, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.

+ 644 F    ii. Ada C. Winslow was born on Mar 18, 1898 in Patton, Cambria, Pennsylvania, died on Sep 19, 1984 in Patton, Cambria Co, Pa, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.

+ 645 M    iii. Grove Derr Winslow was born on Mar 17, 1900 in Patton, Cambria Co, Pa, died on Dec 14, 1963 in Clearfield Co, PA, and was buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Curwensville, Clearfield, Pa.

+ 646 M    iv. Eugene Wellwood Winslow was born on Oct 2, 1894 in Patton, Cambria, Pennsylvania, died in Dec 1976 in Patton, Cambria Co, Pa, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.

+ 647 M    v. Ralph Woodland Winslow was born on May 4, 1893 in Benezette, , Elk, PA and died after 1942 in Meadville , Crawford, Pennsylvania.

  1. Minnie Eva Winslowwas born on Jul 14, 1867 in Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania and died after 1920 of Patton, Cambria, Pennsylvania.

Minnie married Harry E. Barton in 1888 in PA. Harry was born in Mar 1864 in PA and died after 1920 in Patton, Cambria, Pennsylvania.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 648 M    i. Paul W. Barton was born on Nov 29, 1889 in Benezette Twp, Elk Co, PA and died after 1930 of Lynbrook, Nassau, New York.

+ 649 M    ii. Russell Uhl Barton was born on Oct 12, 1894 in Patton Borough, Cambria, Pennsylvania and died after 1951 of Akron, OH.

+ 650 F    iii. Doxie Barton was born circa 1903 in Patton, Cambria, Pennsylvania and died after 1920.

  1. Horatio Otis Winslowwas born on Sep 17, 1869 in Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania, died in 1948 in Patton, Cambria Co, Pa, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.

Horatio married Blanche L. Munn on Sep 26, 1893 in Jay Twp., Elk Co., PA. Blanche was born in Aug 1874 in PA, died in 1959 in Patton Borough, Cambria, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 651 F    i. Laura Adeline Winslow was born in Oct 1894 in Patton Borough, Cambria, Pennsylvania, died in May 1942 in Patton Borough, Cambria, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.

+ 652 M    ii. Harry Otis Winslow was born on Dec 12, 1898 in Patton, Cambria County , PA, died on Oct 27, 1977 in Patton, Cambria County , PA, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.

+ 653 M    iii. Benjamin HARVEY Winslow was born on May 18, 1903 in Patton Borough, Cambria, Pennsylvania, died in Sep 1969 in Patton, Cambria, PA, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.

+ 654 M    iv. Charles Robert MERLE Winslow was born on Feb 14, 1900 in Patton Borough, Cambria, Pennsylvania, died in 1966 of Patton Borough, Cambria, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.

+ 655 M    v. Wayne C. Winslow was born on Nov 4, 1905 in Patton Borough, Cambria, Pennsylvania and died after 1930 of Patton, Cambria, Pennsylvania.

+ 656 F    vi. Minnie Eva Winslow was born in 1907 in Patton Borough, Cambria, Pennsylvania, died in 1961 of Patton Borough, Cambria, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.

+ 657 M    vii. Eugene W. Winslow was born circa 1917 in Patton Borough, Cambria, Pennsylvania and died between 1920 and 1930 of Patton Borough, Cambria, Pennsylvania.

  1. Bessie Elyram M Winslowwas born on Jan 3, 1872 in Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania, died in 1962, and was buried in Benezette Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

Noted events in her life were:

  • She appeared on the census in 1910 in Benezette, , Elk, PA. living with mother Ellen( Allen in census) Winslow and sister Larue

Bessie married William W. Decker circa 1910. William was born in 1872 in PA, died in 1954, and was buried in Benezette Cemetery, Benezette, Elk Co., PA.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 658 M    i. Kenelm W. Decker was born in 1911, died in 1920, and was buried in Benezette Cemetery, Benezette, Elk Co., PA.

  1. Raymond Litch Winslowwas born on Jan 31, 1882 in Benezette, Elk, Pennsylvania and died on Jul 19, 1939 in Williamsport, Lycoming Co., PA.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He worked as a President, Winslow Co in Manhatten, NY.
  • Children: none known.

Raymond married Emma Reeves Compton before 1918 in Clearfield Co, PA. Emma was born on Jan 28, 1884 in Williamsport, Lycoming Co., PA and died on May 25, 1931 in Williamsport, Lycoming, Pennsylvania.

  1. Larue L. Winslowwas born in Nov 1885 in Benezette, Elk , Pa and died after 1910 of Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania.

Noted events in her life were:

  • She appeared on the census in 1910 in Benezette, , Elk, PA. living with mother Ellen Winslow ( census names her Allen ) and sister Bessie
  1. James Winslowwas born in Mar 1874, died on May 21, 1874, and was buried in Benezette Cemetery, Benezette, Elk Co., PA.
  2. W. Amby Winslowwas born in Mar 1874, died on Sep 4, 1874, and was buried in Benezette Cemetery, Benezette, Elk Co., PA.
  3. Thomas James Chandlerwas born on Jul 7, 1853 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died on Nov 7, 1854 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.
  4. Larouka Chandlerwas born on Jul 4, 1855 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died on Jun 11, 1869 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.
  5. Kathryn Kate L. Chandlerwas born on Oct 7, 1857 in Brookville , Pa and died in Mar 1932 of Upper Yoder, Cambria, Pennsylvania.
  6. William Chandlerwas born on Feb 12, 1860 in Rochester, Pa and died on May 6, 1862 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania.
  7. Bessie Winslow Chandlerwas born on Aug 10, 1862 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Mar 26, 1933 in Upland, Delaware, Pa, and was buried in Lawn Croft Cemetery.

General Notes: Obituary Mar 30, 1933
R H Winslow has received word of the death of his cousin Mrs Bessie Wilson nee Chandler, in Upland Pa at the home of her caught Mrs Martha Parker.
Mrs Wilson was born and reared in this city a caught of Dr and Mrs William Chandler deceased. Dr Chandler was a dentist for years in the old white frame house next to the Iron Works office. Her mother was a sister of O F Winslow and Mrs James Minish deceased of Punxsutawney.
She is survived by two brothers, Charles and James. Her sister Kate died about a year ago.

Bessie married Thomas S. Wilson. Thomas was born circa 1857 in Ohio and died between 1910 and 1920.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 659 F    i. Martha L. Wilson was born circa 1887 in Steubenville, Jefferson, OH, died on Nov 11, 1947 in Cape May, NJ, and was buried in Lawn Croft Cemetery.

  1. Josephine Jossie Chandlerwas born on Jun 6, 1866 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died after 1880 of Wellsville, Columbiana, Ohio.
  2. Alfred Whisler Chandlerwas born on Oct 25, 1868 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died on Nov 10, 1868 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania.
  3. Charles Winslow Chandlerwas born on May 26, 1870 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died on Mar 30, 1949 of Chautauqua, New York.

Charles married Mildred Millie Mary Thomas circa 1893. Mildred was born on Dec 8, 1874 in Harmony, New York and died on Apr 19, 1929 in Frewsburg, Chautauqua, New York.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 660 M    i. Howard B. Chandler was born circa 1907 in Carroll, Chautauqua, New York and died after 1930 of Carroll, Chautauqua, New York.

+ 661 F    ii. Allene I. Chandler was born on Jun 25, 1897 in PA and died in Aug 1991 of Frewsburg, Chautauqua, New York, United States of America.

+ 662 M    iii. Leon A. Chandler was born circa Feb 1895 in Chautauqua, New York and died after 1920 of Jamestown Ward 6, Chautauqua, New York.

+ 663 F    iv. Bertha N. Chandler was born circa 1902 in NY and died after 1920 of Chautauqua, New York.

  1. James M Chandlerwas born on Oct 11, 1873 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died after 1930 of Upper Yoder, Cambria, Pennsylvania.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Alt Name: James Whistler Chandler; not sure if this is correct person.
  1. Florence Etta Hendrickswas born on May 27, 1854 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died after 1870 of Indiana, Indiana, Pennsylvania.
  2. James Shields Hendrickswas born on Jul 22, 1857 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died on Apr 17, 1943 in Colville, Stevens, Washington.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Marriage Fact: never married.
  1. Charles Addis Hendrickswas born on Jan 29, 1860 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died after 1930 in Los Angeles County, Calif.

Charles married Grace Cornelia Hotaling on Jan 28, 1891 in Chicago, IL. Grace was born on Feb 25, 1863 in Chicago, IL and died from 1910 to 1930 of Decatur, Van Buren, Michigan.

  1. Henry Jameson Hendrickswas born on May 22, 1862 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania.
  2. Martha Hendrickswas born on Jun 21, 1865 in Indiana Co, Pa and died on Jul 13, 1865 in Indiana Co, Pa.
  3. William Lloyd Hendrickswas born on Jul 2, 1866 in Indiana Co, Pa and died after 1930 of Primrose, Multnomah, Oregon.
  4. Emma Theresa Hendrickswas born on Nov 14, 1870 in Indiana, Indiana Co, Pa and died on Apr 27, 1936 in Portland, Multnomah Co., Oregon.

Emma married Colburn Thew Winslow on Aug 28, 1895, son of David Brunson Winslow and Samantha Johnson. Colburn was born on Sep 25, 1865 in Probably Benezette, Elk, Pennsylvania and died on Aug 10, 1938 in probably Portland, Multnomah, Oregon.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He has conflicting death information of Alameda, CA.

(Duplicate Line. See Person 221)

  1. Carney J. Hendrickswas born in May 1862 in PA and died after 1900 of Pittsburgh Ward 20, Allegheny, Pennsylvania.
  2. Malmet Hendrickswas born circa 1877 in PA and died after 1910 in Spokane Ward 5, Spokane, Washington.
  3. Robert Miller Hendrickswas born on Jul 13, 1873 in PA and died on Jul 3, 1942 in Alameda Co CA.
  4. Malvern Hill Hendrickswas born on Jan 23, 1878 in PA and died on May 16, 1944 in San Bernardino Co., CA.
  5. Amanda Jane Gillespiewas born on Nov 28, 1849 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Feb 21, 1900 in Lindsay, Jefferson Co., PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp. near eastern Punxsutawney (Sec. F, Row 9).

Amanda married William B. Sutter on Jan 27, 1870 in Clayville Jefferson Co, Pa. William was born on Mar 21, 1847 in Indiana Co, Pa, died in 1926 in probably Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp. near eastern Punxsutawney (Sec. F, Row 9).

Children from this marriage were:

+ 664 M    i. William ALDEN Sutter was born on Jul 20, 1871 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

+ 665 M    ii. James M. Sutter was born on May 31, 1875 in PA and died in 1939 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

+ 666 F    iii. Leila E. Sutter was born circa Jul 1876 in PA.

She never married and had no children

+ 667 F    iv. Anna L. Sutter was born circa 1879 in Clayville, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

+ 668 F    v. Celia Sutter was born circa Jan 1884 in PA.

She never married and had no children

  1. William Miller Gillespie Esqwas born on Mar 6, 1852 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died in 1932 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. F, Row 7).

Noted events in his life were:

  • His health was listed as blind in 1870 census.

William married Edith May Wilson on Dec 27, 1891 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, daughter of John Barr Wilson and Caroline Barrett Winslow. Edith was born on Mar 1, 1856 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died in 1933 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. F, Row 7).

(Duplicate Line. See Person 248)

  1. Kate A. Liguori Gillespiewas born on Apr 13, 1855 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Apr 24, 1932 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

Kate married John Wesley Parsons in 1877 in probably PA. John was born on Jul 31, 1852 in PA, died on Apr 24, 1932 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 669 F    i. Mary C. Parsons was born circa 1883 in PA and died after 1920 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

+ 670 F    ii. Blanche Parsons was born circa 1878 in Clayville, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

+ 671 M    iii. Walter Parsons was born circa 1879 in Clayville, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

  1. Charles James Gillespiewas born on Nov 27, 1857 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Apr 6, 1859 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania.
  2. James L. Gillespiewas born on Jun 3, 1860 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Jul 12, 1863 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania.
  3. James LINDSEY Lenzy Gillespiewas born on Nov 10, 1864 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died after 1900 of Punxsutawney, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

James married Lillie W. Hastings Taylor on Feb 15, 1887 in Brookville , Jefferson Co, Pa. Lillie was born on Oct 17, 1863 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died after 1900 of Punxsutawney, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

  1. Annie Gillespiewas born circa 1868 in Clayville, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

Annie married someone Brody.

  1. George Washington Porterwas born on Aug 28, 1849 in Brookville, Jefferson Co, PA and died in 1935 of St Petersburg, Pinellas, Florida.

General Notes: Apprenticed as cabinetmaker for two years. Then in 1873 he entered the foundry and machine business. Eventually established G.W. Porter & Son at 900 Main St., Punxsutawney. At the time of the 1910 census, he was recorded as owning his own iron works

Noted events in his life were:

  • He was employed. Apprenticed as cabinetmaker for two years. Then in 1873 he entered the foundry and machine business. Eventually established G.W. Porter & Son at 900 Main St., Punxsutawney. At the time of the 1910 census, he was recorded as owning his own iron works.
  • He appeared on the census in 1870 in Clayville Jefferson Co, Pa. Living with David Gillispie family at age 20 apprentice cabinet maker

George married Jennie D. “Jane” Gillespie on Jun 5, 1873 in PA. Jennie was born in 1852 in PA, died on May 10, 1910 in probably Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

General Notes: Jane Gillespie Age in 1860:8 Birth Year:abt 1852 Birthplace:Pennsylvania Home in 1860:Young, Jefferson, Pennsylvania Gender:FemalePost Office:Browns Mills Value of real estate:View image Household Members: Name Age William E Gillespie 48 Jane Gillespie 42 William C Gillespie 18 Harriet Gillespie 14Lotta Gillespie 12 James Gillespie 10 Jane Gillespie 8George W Gillespie 6Catharine Gillespie 4John Gillespie 6/12

Children from this marriage were:

+ 672 M    i. William E. Porter was born on Oct 28, 1874 in Jefferson Co, PA, died in 1954 in probably Jefferson Co, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. L, Row 2).

+ 673 F    ii. Amanda Jane Porter was born on Feb 17, 1877 in Jefferson Co, PA and died after 1923 in St Louis , MO.

+ 674 M    iii. G. Frank Porter was born on Jul 30, 1884 in Clayville, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

+ 675 F    iv. Anna A. Porter was born on Jun 30, 1881 in PA and died after 1927 of Colville, Stevens, Washington.

+ 676 F    v. Lydia F. Porter was born on Sep 17, 1887 and died after 1923.

+ 677 M    vi. Frank Porter was born in 1879 in Clayville, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

George next married Maude E. Hinds on Dec 16, 1916. Maude was born circa 1872 in NY and died after 1930 of St Petersburg, Pinellas, Florida.

  1. Robert Winslow Porterwas born on Apr 7, 1847 in Brookville , Jefferson Co, Pa and died on Oct 12, 1849 in Brookville , Jefferson Co, Pa.
  2. Martha Elizabeth Porterwas born on Nov 13, 1844 in Brookville , Jefferson Co, Pa, died on Sep 25, 1849 in Brookville , Jefferson Co, Pa, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.
  3. Frank Winslow Wilsonwas born on Feb 16, 1852 in Brookville , Pa and died on Jul 16, 1939 in Los Angeles County, Calif.

Frank married Abigail Abbie N. Bloom on Jan 10, 1876. Abigail was born circa 1856 in Brookville , Jefferson Co, Pa and died after 1930 of Los Angeles County, Calif.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 678 M    i. Edgar D. Wilson was born in Jun 1882 in Iowa and died after 1900.

+ 679 F    ii. Florence E. Wilson was born in Jan 1885 in PA and died after 1900.

+ 680 F    iii. Nellie L. Wilson was born in Nov 1889 in Neb and died after 1900.

+ 681 M    iv. Clarence W. Wilson was born in Jul 1893 in Neb and died after 1910.

+ 682 F    v. Hazel Willard Wilson was born in Apr 1898 in Neb and died after 1910.

  1. Emma Susanna Wilsonwas born on Apr 27, 1854 in Brookville, Jefferson Co , PA, died on Jan 5, 1859 in Jefferson Co , PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp. near eastern Punxsutawney (Sec. G, Row 38).
  2. Lydia Francis Wilsonwas born on Aug 21, 1856 in Clayville Jefferson Co, Pa and died on Nov 13, 1947 in West Point, Calaveras Co., CA.

Lydia married Rev. William McKendrick Taylor on Feb 11, 1874 in Jefferson Co , PA. William was born on Sep 8, 1843 in Todd, Huntingdon Co., PA, died on May 2, 1927 in Oakland, Alameda, CA, and was buried in Oakland CA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 683 F    i. Belle Naomi Taylor was born on Jan 8, 1875 in Schoffners Corners, Jefferson Co., PA and died on Jan 5, 1939 in Oakland, Alameda, CA.

+ 684 M    ii. Ceran Blanchard Taylor was born on Apr 6, 1878 in Franklin , Venango, Pennsylvania and died on Jun 22, 1967 in Santa Cruz Co., CA.

+ 685 M    iii. Denver Wilson Taylor was born on Sep 8, 1880 in Luthersburg, Clearfield Co., PA and died on Nov 11, 1956 in Vancouver, Clark, WA.

+ 686 F    iv. Ena Amanda Taylor was born on Jun 29, 1882 in Todd, Huntingdon Co., PA and died on Aug 23, 1942.

+ 687 F    v. Mary Dale Taylor was born on May 4, 1885 in Petrolia, Butler Co., PA and died on Jun 19, 1977 in Oakland, Alameda, CA.

+ 688 F    vi. Katie Florence Taylor was born on Apr 5, 1887 in Homestead, Frontier Co., NE and died on Apr 27, 1887 in Homestead, Frontier Co., NE.

+ 689 M    vii. Lawrence Emerson Taylor was born on Oct 23, 1890 in Bartley, Red Willow Co., NE and died on May 2, 1971.

+ 690 F    viii. Lola Ethel Taylor was born on Feb 16, 1894 in Bartley, Red Willow Co., NE and died on May 8, 1960.

+ 691 M    ix. Verne Alton Taylor was born on Aug 10, 1897 in Blue Springs, Gage Co., NE, died on Sep 13, 1980 in Provo, UT, and was buried in Orem City Cemetery, Orem, UT.

  1. Charles O. Wilsonwas born on May 17, 1859 in Brookville, Jefferson, PA and died on Jun 17, 1925 of Eagle Rock, Calif.

Charles married Ella Fox on Mar 16, 1882. Ella was born circa 1863 in PA and died after 1910 of Los Nietos, Los Angeles, California.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 692 F    i. Winifred Wilson was born circa 1889 in PA and died after 1910.

+ 693 M    ii. John H. Wilson was born circa 1902 in IL and died after 1910.

  1. Alonzo M. Wilsonwas born on Mar 10, 1862 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Dec 13, 1937, and was buried in Temple Cemetery, Hazen, Pa.

Alonzo married Anna L. Snyder on Mar 5, 1885. Anna was born on Jan 14, 1863 in Warsaw Twp., Jefferson Co., PA, died on Apr 26, 1908, and was buried in Temple Cemetery, Hazen, Pa.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 694 M    i. Dewalt Theodore Wilson was born on Feb 5, 1886 in probably Jefferson Co, PA.

+ 695 F    ii. Lucy L. Wilson was born in Oct 1887 in probably Jefferson Co, PA and died on May 15, 1971 in San Bernardino Co., CA.

+ 696 M    iii. John Garner Wilson was born on Oct 6, 1889 in Hazen, Jefferson Co, PA.

+ 697 M    iv. Benjamin Snyder Wilson was born on Oct 13, 1891 in probably Jefferson Co, PA.

+ 698 F    v. Amanda G. Wilson was born in Mar 1894 in probably Jefferson Co, PA.

+ 699 F    vi. Lydia G. Wilson was born in Jan 1897 in probably Jefferson Co, PA.

+ 700 M    vii. William McKinley Wilson was born on Jan 18, 1899 in probably Jefferson Co, PA.

  1. James WILLIAM Wilsonwas born on Jul 25, 1865 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died in probably Weston, Lewis Co., WV.

James married May A. Hughes on May 30, 1901 in Parkersburg, Wood, W VA. May was born in 1880 in W VA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 701 M    i. James William Wilson was born on Nov 8, 1903 in W VA.

+ 702 M    ii. Hugh W. Wilson was born on Nov 22, 1906 in Weston, Lewis, W VA and died on Jul 17, 1948 in Weston, Lewis, W VA.

+ 703 M    iii. George Stephen Wilson was born on May 9, 1913 in Lewis Co. , W VA and died on Oct 4, 1952 in Weston, Lewis, W VA.

  1. Clarence Howard Gillespiewas born on Sep 14, 1849 in Brookville, Pa and died after 1870 of Clayville, Jefferson, PA.
  2. Clara Emma Gillespiewas born on Jan 17, 1852 in Brookville, Pa and died after 1870 of Clayville, Jefferson, PA.
  3. Laurie Addie Gillespiewas born on Dec 3, 1854 in Brookville, Jefferson Co, PA and died after 1900 of Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

Laurie married Jonathan “Dickey” Frampton in 1876 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA. Jonathan was born on Jul 19, 1850 in Jefferson Co , PA and died on Jan 18, 1929.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 704 M    i. Howard Ora Frampton was born in 1877 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died before 1900.

+ 705 M    ii. George Otto Frampton was born in 1879 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

+ 706 F    iii. Daisy F. Frampton was born in Nov 1883 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

+ 707 M    iv. Carl P. Frampton was born in Jun 1886 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

+ 708 M    v. Walter Bernard Frampton was born on Dec 3, 1889 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

+ 709 F    vi. Mabel C. Frampton was born in Jul 1892 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

+ 710 F    vii. Marie C. Frampton was born in Jun 1895 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

  1. James Winslow Gillespiewas born on Jun 19, 1857 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Dec 5, 1948 in Westlake, Cuyahoga Co, OH, and was buried in Elmhurst Park Cemetery.

James married Laura B. Jackson in 1888 in Reynoldsville, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania. Laura was born on Jun 4, 1868 in Columbia, Washington Co., Pa and died on May 29, 1952 in Westlake, Cuyahoga Co, OH.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 711 M    i. Alexander Jackson Gillespie was born on Oct 30, 1889 in Reynoldsville, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania and died after 1930 of Bay Village, Cuyahoga Co., OH.

+ 712 F    ii. Katherine M. Gillespie was born in Sep 1897 in Allegheny City, Allegheny Co., PA and died after 1920 in New Castle, Lawrence Co, Pa.

  1. George Irwin Gillespiewas born on Nov 30, 1859 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died on Mar 1, 1944 in Sultan, Snohomish, WA.

George married Lorraine E. circa 1893. Lorraine was born in Aug 1872 in NY.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 713 F    i. Mary L. Gillespie was born in May 1896 in NY.

  1. Mary MAMIE Gillespiewas born on Jul 14, 1865 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.
  2. Malvern Hill Gillespiewas born on Jun 11, 1862 in Brookville, Pa and died on May 21, 1870 in Clayville, Jefferson Co, Pa.
  3. David Chitticks Gillespiewas born on Jul 22, 1869 in Big Run , Jefferson Co, PA and died on Jul 23, 1869 in Big Run , Jefferson Co, PA.
  4. Roland Hill ROWE Winslowwas born on Feb 5, 1864 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Feb 7, 1941 in Punxsutawney, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Township, Punxsutawney PA.

General Notes: Obituary Feb 7, 1941
Roland H Winslow a resident of Punxsutawney the entire 77 years of his life died in his home on Pine Street Friday afternoon of a stroke of paralysis after an illness of four years.
The deceased was born in Punxsutawney February 5, 1864 a son of Mr and Mrs Oscar Winslow deceased and was united in marriage in 1885 to Miss Ada May Wills.
When a mere youth Rowe as he was familiarly known was employed as a motorman and conductor on the Jefferson Traction Company street cars operating in Punxsutawney but later took up pointing as a trade which he followed until illness compelled him to retire. He was a member of the Methodist church , the FOB of this city and until a few years ago of the Central Fire Comp nay. He was extremely active during his entire life and was highly regarded by the residents of Punxsutawney. Good natured, full of fun and friends with everyone his death is sincerely mourned here.
He leaves his widow and the following daughters and son: Mrs John Watson of Youngstown Ohio, Mrs J C Caldwell of Knoxville Tenn, Mrs J K Dougherty of Vandergriff and James Winslow of this city. Eight grandchildren and six great grandchildren and also living. Rowe was the last of his family.
Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon beginning at 2:30 in the Morrison Funeral Home with interment in Circle Hill Cemetery.

Roland married Ada Mae Wells on Jun 26, 1885 in Topeka, Kansas, daughter of Abraham W. Wells and Anna Rebecca Updegraff. Ada was born on Sep 8, 1867 in Logansport, Indiana, died on Aug 8, 1946 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Township, Punxsutawney PA.

General Notes: Obituary Aug 8, 1946
Mrs Ada May Winslow widow of Rowland H Winslow did in her home on Pine /Street Winslow morning at 11:15 o’clock. She lacked a month of being 79 years of age. She was held in high esteem by all who knew her years her death is sincerely mourned.
The deceased was born in Logansport Ind Sept 8 1867 a daughter of Abraham and Rebecca (Updegraph) Wells. She was united in marriage to R H Winslow in 1885 who died in 1941. The couple had made their home in this city since marriage . She was a member of the first Methodist church.
Surviving are one son and three daughters : Mrs Gertrude Watson of Youngstown OH Mrs TC Caldwell of Oak Ridge Tenn Mrs J K Daughtery and Abraham Winslow of this city. Two sisters Mrs Mollie Neeley and Mrs Jessie Stiles of Topeka Kansas also survive.
Friends will be received in teh Morrison funeral Home Friday and Saturday evenings between the hours of 7 and 9 o’clock. Funeral services will be held in the funeral home Sunday afternoon at 2 o’clock, Interment will be in Circle Hill Cemetery.

Noted events in her life were:

  • She has conflicting birth information of Kansas.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 714 M    i. James ABRAHAM Winslow was born on Dec 14, 1890 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson Co., PA, died on Aug 8, 1970 in Brookville , Jefferson Co., Pa, and was buried in Butler Cemetery, Brookville, Jefferson, PA.

+ 715 F    ii. Gertrude W. Winslow was born in Aug 1886 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died after 1946 of Youngstown OH.

+ 716 F    iii. Edith M. Winslow was born in Apr 1893 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died after 1946.

+ 717 F    iv. Bedonna Marie Winslow was born in Oct 1896 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died after 1946.

+ 718 M    v. Victor Hill Winslow was born on Dec 3, 1904 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died on Mar 8, 1985 in Downey, Los Angeles City, Los Angeles, California.

+ 719 M    vi. Robert Winslow was born circa 1888 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Nov 13, 1896 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

  1. Cora Lessa Winslowwas born on Aug 23, 1865 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died in 1921 in Punxsutawney, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

Cora married William Ralston Neal in 1886. William was born in 1856 in N. Mahoning Twp., Indiana, Pa., died on May 10, 1922 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 720 F    i. Carrie Neal was born in May 1882 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died in 1935 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. E, Row 6).

+ 721 F    ii. Mabel Neal was born in Aug 1884 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

  1. James Reuben Winslowwas born on Sep 27, 1867 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died on Dec 14, 1885 in Punxsutawney, PA.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Death by: accidentally shotting himself
  1. Floyd OSCAR Oakley Winslowwas born on May 3, 1878 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Mar 18, 1934 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Township, Punxsutawney PA.

General Notes: Obituary Mar 18, 1934
Floyd O Winslow born and reared in this city died in the Adrian Hospital Sunday morning at the age of 55 years. He had been in poor health for some time with a heart condition and his death was not unexpected.
The deceased was born in the Winslow homestead on Pine Street May 3, 1878, a son of Oscar and Mary Jane Winslow. He was reared to young manhood here and graduated from the local high school. He played on the first high school football team in Punxsutawney. When the Spanish American war broke out Floyd was one of the many boys from this vicinity to join Company L and go to Porto Rico. Upon his return he engaged in various occupations finally leaving thsi city and engaging in advertising work. For years he was in the employee of the Furniture Advertising Company of Jamestown and made his home in Mayville NY at the head of Lake Chautauqua. He however traveled most of his time covering the entire country on his company’s work. He was single.
Oscar as he was known to his many friends in this city was honest, industrious, a clean liver, one who made and held friends and an ardent fisherman. At the time of his death he ahd the finest selection of bass and trout tackle in this section. Full of the joy of life abounding in energy he had endeared himself to everyone with whom he came in contact. His death is sincerely mourned by a host of friends in this section.
He was a member of the Masonic Lodge of Mayville NY the Coudersport Consistory, and the Spanish American War Veterans. He leaves but one brother Rolland Winslow of Pine Street to whose home his body will be taken and where funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon beginning at 2 o’clock with interment in Circle Hill Cemetery. Services will be private and he requested before his death that no flowers be sent.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Birthplace: Winslow Homestead, Pine St, Punxsutawney, Pa.
  • Military: “WINSLOW, Floyd O., Priv. Co. L, 16rh PVI; Res. Punxsutawney, Pa.; Enrd. July 14, 1898; M.I. July 15, 1898; M.O. with Co. Dec. 28, 1898.”
  • Divorced: per 1900 census
  • Alt Name: Floyd Oakley Winslow per draft registration WW1
  1. Cara Ella Winslowwas born on Dec 30, 1860 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died on Oct 31, 1862 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania.
  2. Mattie Ettie Winslowwas born on Nov 24, 1869 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died before 1894 in probably Punxsutawney, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania.
  3. Alson LeVan Winslowwas born on Mar 10, 1872 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died before 1894 in probably Punxsutawney, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania.
  4. Martha Elizabeth Minishwas born on May 17, 1857 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died after 1873.
  5. James Winslow Minishwas born on Aug 19, 1859 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Jun 21, 1863 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Findley Street Cemetery., Punxsutawney, Jefferson Co., PA.
  6. William Augustus Minishwas born on Jul 31, 1865 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died after 1920 of Gaskill Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

William married Mary. Mary was born in 1865 in Austria and died after 1920 of Gaskill Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

  1. John Clarence Minishwas born on Dec 18, 1867 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died after 1930 of Ridgway Ward 5, Elk, Pennsylvania.

John married Maude Hyde Ross on Dec 29, 1892 in Ridgway, Elk Co., PA. Maude was born in Oct 1870 in PA and died in 1959 in PA.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 722 F    i. Francis H. Minish was born circa 1905 in Elk Co, PA and died after 1930 of Ridgway, Elk, Pennsylvania.

  1. Homer Clark Minishwas born on Jun 4, 1870 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Feb 21, 1871 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Findley Street Cemetery., Punxsutawney, Jefferson Co., PA (Row 7).
  2. George Porter Minishwas born on Jan 12, 1872 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.
  3. Larue D. Minishwas born on Nov 10, 1873 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died on Apr 30, 1950.

Larue married James Clarence Douglas.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 723 M    i. James Minish Douglas was born on May 24, 1904 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Nov 4, 1974 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

  1. Elizabeth Reid Clarkwas born in 1863.
  2. Winslow Clarkwas born in 1869.
  3. Elton Clarkwas born in 1872.
  4. William Winslow Hamiltonwas born in 1850 and died in 1916.
  5. Fannie Hamilton

Ninth Generation

  1. William Alonzo Winslowwas born on Feb 28, 1887 in Winslow Hill, Benezette , Elk County, PA, died on Aug 24, 1959 in New Castle, Lawrence, PA, and was buried in Aug 1959 in Graceland Memorial Cemetery, New Castle PA.

General Notes: Grandpa (Bill) Winslow grew up in Winslow Hill and Benezette PA. With his brothers owned and worked the Winslow Brothers coal mine . In addition to a small farm and the coal mines, Bill and Gladys started a small town convenience store out of their house (the old Lafe Winslow home which was once a part roller skating rink) in Benezette; had the only phone that the whole town used; ran the gas filling station; and had the first running water in town In the 40’s they moved to New Castle PA and he worked as a electrician. Member of the Epworth Methodist Church. Lived in New Castle Pa for 18 years and was employed with the Johnson Bronze Co. serving as a member of the electrical maintenance crew retiring in 1957.

From son Bill Winslow: Shortly after I was born[Sept. 1917] at Grandparent Burke’s home ,Mom & Dad rented some rooms at he Daily House/Hotel in Benezette for several months,until they bought a 70 acre farm on Winslow Hill from the Glaxner family[I think].A few years later they bought an adjoining 30 acre farm from the Jordon or Gergen family and moved in about the summer of 1919 as Lois was born there Sept. 1919.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He was employed in Coalminer-Winslow Brothers Deep Mines;Small Farmer; Electric Maintenance; Owned Town Store.
  • Cause of Death .: Coronary Thrombosis.
  • Hobbies/ Enjoyments: Tinkering Around The House; Making Ice Cream For Family And Friends;.
  • He had a residence in Jun 1916 in Pontiac, MI.
  • He resided at Bruce Winslow’s home in Dec 1916 in Benezette, Pa.
  • He resided at Dailey Hotel in 1917 in Benezette, , Elk, PA.
  • He had a residence in 1918 in Benezette, , Elk, PA. bought Old Lafe Winslow farm on Winslow Hill. Also bought Jordan Place
  • He appeared on the census in 1920 in Benezette, Elk, Pennsylvania.
  • He had a residence in 1926 in Benezette, , Elk, PA. bought Lafe Winslow House in Benezette
  • He appeared on the census in 1930 in Benezette Elk, PA Retail Grocery Merchant; Wife Gladys Was Phone Operator For Bell Phone(The Only One In Benezette At The Time).
  • He had a residence in 1940 in New Castle Pa. Initially lived at 30 Pearson St, then 15 W Grant St (buy June 1947, sold 1952), then 478 Neshannock Ave(May 1948)

William married Gladys Myrtle Burke on Jun 7, 1916 in Ridgway, Elk Co., PA, daughter of Joseph Burke and Nora Lynden Stephens Ovell. Gladys was born on Apr 25, 1898 in Spring Run, Elk Co., Pennsylvania, died on Jul 19, 1975 in Santa Barbara, California, and was buried in Jul 1975 in Graceland Memorial Cemetery, New Castle, PA.

General Notes: After her husbands death, moved in 1963 with daughter Lois to Santa Barbara CA where her son Bill and family lived. Died within hours after daughter Lois died in 1975 in Santa Barbara CA . As a grandson I remember Grandma Winslow very well She loved to play games- cards and Scrabble. She crotched blankets all the time it seemed. She liked to travel. And we always had fun discussions.

Noted events in her life were:

  • She had a residence in Benezette PA(Bef 1942);New Castle PA(1942-1963);Santa Barbara CA(Aft 1963).
  • Hobbies/ Enjoyments: Crocheting; Playing Games( Cards, Scrabble); Traveling; Being A Grandmother.
  • She was employed in Managing The Family Store; Town Nurse-Midwife.
  • She graduated in 1915 in Weedville High School.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 724 F    i. Mary Aletha Winslow was born on Jan 31, 1925 in Benezette, Elk Co, Pennsylvania, died on Aug 29, 2006 in Manassas, Virginia, and was buried in Graceland Cemetery, New Castle, PA.

+ 725 M    ii. William Burke Winslow was born on Sep 1, 1917 in Burke House, Weedville, Elk County, Pennsylvania, died on Nov 26, 2003 in Titusville, FL, and was buried in Nov 2003 in Forest Lawn Memory Gardens, Savannah, Georgia.

+ 726 F    iii. Lois Lenore Winslow was born on Sep 2, 1919 in Winslow Hill, Benezette, PA, died on Jul 19, 1975 in Santa Barbara, CA, and was buried in Graceland Memorial Cemetery, New Castle PA.

+ 727 F    iv. Dorothy Jeanette Winslow was born on May 27, 1923 in Benezette, Pennsylvania, died on Jun 2, 2005 in Boardman, Ohio, and was buried on Jun 6, 2005 in Graceland Memorial Cemetery, New Castle, Lawrence, PA.

+ 728 F    v. Jean Fayette Winslow was born on Mar 30, 1927 in Benezette, Elk Co., PA, died on Dec 28, 2006 at Daughter, Ellicott City, MD, and was buried in Arlington National Cemetery, Washington, DC ( With Husband John Wyatt).

+ 729 F    vi. Kathleen Winslow was born in 1916 in Detroit, Michigan and died in 1916 in Detroit, Michigan.

  1. Bruce Munroe Winslowwas born on Apr 8, 1879 in Benezette PA, died on Mar 5, 1954 in Clearfield, PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

General Notes: Bruce Winslow, a retired Winslow Hill farmer, died in the Clearfield Hospital after a long illness where he had been a patient. He was admitted to the hospital on February 24th. He was born on Winslow Hill April 8, 1879, the son of William and Mary Johnston Winslow and spent his entire life on the farm where he was born. After the death of his wife Clesta English he had spent the past few years of his life in Clearfield with his son because of his health. He is survived by two sons Kenelm of Caledonia, and Ronald of Clearfield. 18 grandchildren, two great grandchildren, three brothers (Silas and Merton of Benezette and William of New Castle) and two sisters (Eva of Ridgway and Ella of Pontiac MI)also survive. Funeral services were held in the Benezette Methodist Church with the Rev John Plant officiating. Interment was made in the Winslow Hill Cemetery.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He was employed in Farmer; Coal Miner.
  • He appeared on the census between 1920 and 1930 in Benezette, Elk, Pennsylvania.
  • He appeared on the census in 1910 in Brookville, Jefferson, Pennsylvania. Living With Wife Clesta

Bruce married Clesta Jane English in 1908-1910 in PA, daughter of Jacob F English and Harriet Mason. Clesta was born in Mar 1877 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Dec 5, 1943 in Benezette, Elk, PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

General Notes: Mrs Bruce Winslow formerly Miss Least English died in her home in Benezette Sunday afternoon. Mrs Winslow had been ill for some time. She was a school teacher in that section and was a member of the oldest family in Bennett’s Valley.
The deceased is survived by her husband, two sons, Kenelem of Caledonia, Ronald of Clearfield, and nine grandchildren.
funeral services were conducted from the Benezette Church this afternoon. Interment was made in the Winslow Hill Cemetery.

Noted events in her life were:

  • Background: I’ve heard stated that Clesta ws 1/4th Indian. Some have said Clesta’s grandmother may have been raped by Indians.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 730 M    i. William Kenelem Winslow was born on Oct 24, 1910 in Benezette, Elk Co, PA, died on Jan 5, 1993 in Caledonia, Elk, PA, and was buried in Winslow Hill Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

+ 731 M    ii. Ronald English Winslow was born on Nov 11, 1913 in Benezette, Elk Co, PA and died on May 17, 1993 in Silver City, Grant, New Mexico.

+ 732 F    iii. Verna Winslow was born on Nov 24, 1916 in Benezette, Elk Co, PA and died in Infant.

  1. James “Sie” Sylvanus Winslowwas born on Jan 26, 1883 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Jun 2, 1968 in Dubois Clearfield, PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Winslow Hill, Benezette, PA.

General Notes: occupation 1908-laborer. Si died Apr 28, 1968 Maple Ave Hospital DuBois, Pa. In 1948 he was a tipple foreman. For a time he worked forthe B & R Railroad. He later worked for the Winslow Brothers Deep Mines (coal). Si lived the greater part of his life in Benezette area. For a while with his wife Edna he lived in DuBois when he worked for the railroad. He returned to Benezette and worked in the Winslow mines.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He was employed in Worked On Railroad; Coal Miner.
  • He appeared on the census in 1920 in Benezette, Elk, Pennsylvania.

James married Edna Madge May Losey on Aug 19, 1908 in Dents Run, Elk Co., PA. Edna was born on Oct 30, 1885 in Mason Hill, Gibson Township, Cameron Co., PA, died on Feb 16, 1929 in Benezette, Elk, PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Winslow Hill, Benezette, Elk Co, PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 733 F    i. Shirley Edna Winslow

+ 734 M    ii. Losey James Winslow was born on Jan 19, 1913 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Apr 16, 1971 in Benezette, Elk Co., PA, and was buried in Winslow Hill Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

+ 735 F    iii. Vivian Freda Winslow was born on May 15, 1911 in Benezette, Pa, died on May 20, 2005 in Benezette, Pa, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

James next married Jennie J. English about 1938, daughter of Cookson English and Frances Adelia Kurshner. Jennie was born on Jul 24, 1884 in Benezette , Elk, PA, died on Mar 30, 1974 in St Marys, Elk Co., PA, and was buried in Benezette Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

  1. Merton Hartman Winslowwas born on Jun 28, 1888 in Winslow Hill, Benezette, PA, died on Aug 3, 1954 in Bradford, McKean Co, PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Benezette, Elk Co, PA.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He was employed in Farmer; Coal Miner.
  • He had a residence in 1930. The homestead hostd the 1930 Winslow family reunion. in the pine grove of the Charles Winslow homestead owned by Mert Winslow in 1930.

Merton married Ada Emeline Johnson on Sep 6, 1916 in Ridgway, Elk Co., PA, daughter of Byron W. Johnson and Unknown. Ada was born on Sep 4, 1895 in Grant, Elk Co. PA, died on Dec 8, 1972 in St Marys, PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Benezette, Elk Co, PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 736 M    i. Thomas Cornell Winslow was born on Apr 1, 1929 in Benezette, Elk Co., PA, died on Nov 21, 2009 in St Marys, Elk Co, PA, and was buried in Nov 2009 in St Marys Cemetery, St Marys, Pa.

+ 737 M    ii. Gerald Merton Winslow was born on Sep 11, 1918 in Benezette, Elk Co., PA, died on Mar 13, 1986 in Dubois, PA, and was buried in Salem Cemetery.

+ 738 M    iii. Robert Leroy Winslow was born in 1922 in Benezette, , Elk, PA, died on Mar 18, 1927 in Benezette, , Elk, PA, and was buried in MT Pleasant , Elk Co, PA.

+ 739 M    iv. Infant Winslow was born in 1928 and died in 1928.

  1. Ella E(Liza) Winslowwas born on Jan 30, 1890 in Winslow Farm, Benezette, Elk Co, PA, died on Jul 24, 1981 in Pontiac, Oakland, Michigan, and was buried in 1981 in Catholic Cemetery, Pontiac, Michigan.

Noted events in her life were:

  • Divorced: Abt 1925.
  • She appeared on the census in 1920 in Pontiac Ward 1, Oakland, Michigan With John Yates And 4 Girls.
  • She appeared on the census in 1930 in Pontiac Michigan.

Ella married John Yates about 1908. John was born on Jun 5, 1892 in Shawmut, Elk County, Pennsylvania and died after 1930 in Pontiac, Oakland County, Michigan..

Noted events in their marriage were:

  • Divorced: Divorced, Abt 1925.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He was employed in Chef.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 740 F    i. Mary Yates was born about 1908 in Michigan and died in 2002 in Pontiac, Michigan.

+ 741 F    ii. Evelyn Yates was born on Dec 2, 1912 in Michigan and died on Apr 20, 1997 in Clearwater, Pinellas, Florida.

+ 742 F    iii. Kathleen Kay Yates was born on Nov 6, 1916 in Pontiac, Michigan and died on Nov 6, 1995 in Pinellas, Florida.

+ 743 F    iv. Helen Yates was born on Nov 11, 1919 in Pontiac, Michigan and died on Jun 7, 2008 in North Port, Sarasota, Florida.

Ella next married Peter Joseph Compau between 1927 and 1929. Peter was born on Apr 8, 1889 in Bay city, Bay Co., Michigan.

  1. Eva Estelle Winslowwas born on Oct 16, 1875 in Benezette, Elk Co., PA, died on Mar 29, 1967 in Pontiac , Michigan, and was buried on Apr 1, 1967 in Parklawn Memorial Gardens , Ridgway, PA.

General Notes: Eva lived in the Bennett’s Valley area until 1929 when she moved to Ridgway.

Eva Estelle Winslow married a mercantile owner, Harvey Smith, of Sinnemahoning. The marriage was short-lived, and the couple separated before the birth of their son, Bruce Winslow Smith. Eva and the child remained at her parents? home in Benezette for a number of years before moving to Michigan. Eva made her living by sewing and keeping house, and eventually, she and her son Windy returned to Pennsylvania and lived in Ridgway. Eva was visiting her sister, Ella, in Michigan at the time of her death in 1967.

Bruce remembers —– Grandma (Eva) lived at the Winslow home for years with Dad (Windy). When Uncle Mert and Aunt Ada took over the farm, Dad was a young man, but had become the family laborer. Whichever of the uncles was mowing, or planting, or baling, that’s where Dad’s services were needed. Some of his tales of farm life were amusing, while others related just how tough times were for the family in the early part of the twentieth century. At some point, Grandma and Dad moved to Michigan. When they moved back to Ridgway, they lived in a house where Grandma could make a living as a seamstress. Later, she kept house for Ruth Redding, and had her own room where she could pursue her sewing. She used to make clothes for my sisters and me, and sometimes, we weren’t too happy to be seen in them. Dad and Mom bought a second house in Ridgway, and rented the upstairs apartment. Aunt Ella visited from Michigan, and decided that Dad needed to make a place for his mother, so the tenants were moved out, and Grandma was moved into the upstairs apartment. She lived there until the early sixties, when she went to a nursing home. Once again, Aunt Ella found fault with the accommodations, and Grandma was taken to Michigan. She fell in Ella’s home,and was hospitalized, where she passed away at the age of 91, in 1967.

We have discovered some bits of family history that are counter to what we had believed in our younger years. First of all, I had believed that my grandfather Smith was just a gentleman visitor, and there seemed to be an abiding hatred of the man where Grandma was concerned. Harvey Smith was a mercantile operator in Sinnemahoning,; he had previously been married and had four children. Nothing was ever mentioned in my presence about this other family. A few years ago, my sister, Kathy, gave me a photo of Grandma and Harvey on their wedding day, but it wasn’t until we found a wedding application in Cameron County files for Grandma and Harvey that we learned he was a widower. We then found the graves of his first wife and infant daughter, but there was no trace of Harvey. The Internet has proved to be a remarkable source of information — we found the Hicks cousins this way — and, we have also found the grandchildren and great -grandchildren of Harvey’s first family. We learned that it was Harvey who filed for divorce because Grandma wouldn’t resume housekeeping with him once he had recovered from a bankruptcy situation in his store. He followed the lumbering trade, and moved several times, but Grandma would not leave the homestead to accompany him. She was obviously being influenced by her mother, as attested to in the divorce decree.
Dad would often tell of the time he returned home from work, when he was in his twenties, to find “her husband” abusing Grandma, and threw the s.o.b. down the stairs, telling him never to show his face again. We thought he might have been referring to Harvey, but with our new knowledge about their divorce when Dad was only five or six years old, and Harvey’s marriage for the third time in New York State and subsequent death in 1926, we have concluded that the fellow Dad encountered was probably a man by the name of VanWye. My sisters know about a second marriage for Grandma to someone Dad called the dumb Dutchman, but we haven’t been able to locate any records to substantiate this.

Elk County Gazette, St.Marys, Pa. 08/20/1931–WINSLOW Reunion held Saturday.

The reunion of descendants of Carpenter & Elizabeth Colburn Winslow was held Sat. at Benezette on the school grounds. Over one hundred were in attendance. It was a real get together for many who had not been back in their native town in many years, while for others it was their first visit. after a picnic dinner the following officers were elected for the ensuing year. President, O.S. Winslow, of Brockport, Pa., Vice President E.J. Winslow of Benezette. Secretary Mrs. Bessie W. Decker of Benezette, Pa.; Treasurer: Mrs. Eva W. Smith of Ridgway, Pa. The reunion for next year will be held on 08/27/1932.

Noted events in her life were:

  • She was employed in Dressmaker.
  • Cause of Death .: 1967, Fell On Visit To Sister Ella Which Eventually Caused Death.
  • She appeared on the census in 1920 in Brookville, Jefferson, Pennsylvania Living With George B Gealy 56 Son Garner Gealy, And Eva’s Son Winslow Smith.

Eva married Harvey Edward Smith on Jun 29, 1904 in Benezette, Pa, son of Samuel Smith and Martha Krebs. Harvey was born on Jun 26, 1871 in Cameron County, PA and died on Apr 13, 1926 in Jamestown, NY.

Noted events in their marriage were:

  • Divorced: Divorced, 1911.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 744 M    i. Bruce Winslow “Windy” Smith was born on Oct 7, 1906 in Medix Run, Clearfield Co, PA, died on Jan 9, 1997 in DuBois, Clearfield, Pa, and was buried in Parklawn Memorial Gardens On Boot Jack, Ridgway, PA.

+ 745 F    ii. Mary Smith was born in 1904 in Medix Run, Elk County, Pennsylvania and died in 1904 in Elk Co, PA.

Eva next married Vanwhy.

  1. Charles Benton Winslowwas born in 1881 in Benezette PA, died in 1884 in Benezette PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Benezette, PA.
  2. Lorena H Winslowwas born in 1877 in Benezette PA, died in 1879 in Benezette, Pa, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Benezette, PA.
  3. Minnie I. Winslowwas born on Jul 29, 1872 in Benezette, Elk, Pennsylvania and died on Mar 12, 1877 in MT Pleasant , Elk Co, PA.
  4. George Samuel Winslowwas born on Oct 24, 1891 in Barnett, Wisconsin and died after 1920 of Charleston, Kitsap, Washington.

George married Gladys S. (Winslow) from 1917 to 1920 in prob Seattle, Wash. Gladys was born circa 1892 in Oregon and died after 1920 of Charleston, Kitsap, Washington.

  1. Orem William Winslowwas born on Aug 24, 1878 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died after 1930 in Ridgway, Elk Co., PA.

Orem married Ella M. Thomas circa 1907. Ella was born circa 1877 in PA and died after 1930 in Ridgway, Elk Co., PA.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 746 M    i. William R. Winslow was born circa 1905 in NY and died after 1930.

  1. Rebecca Reba M. Winslowwas born in May 1882 in Benezette, Pa and died in 1956 in Meadville , Crawford, Pennsylvania.

Rebecca married Elmer Lorenzo Graves on Jan 24, 1922 in Colorado. Elmer was born on Dec 13, 1889 in Bloomfield, Colorado and died in 1957 in Meadville , Crawford, Pennsylvania.

  1. Harry Charles Winslow MDwas born on Jul 29, 1884 in Benezette, Elk Co., PA, died on Mar 12, 1973 in Meadville, Crawford Co, PA, and was buried in St Brigids Cemetery, Meadville, Crawford, Pa.

General Notes:
DR. HARRY C WINSLOW was born in Benezett, on July 29, 1884, the son of Charles A. and Mary Ann Burke Winslow, the Grandson of Charles Keene and Rebecca Hicks Winslow. Dr. Winslow, as indicated above, is a Mayflower descendent and a veteran of World War 1. He owned the first radio station of Meadville, Pa. and gave the call letter of his station his daughter Mary G. Winslow’s initials – WMGW. He was a former Chairman of the Board of the First National Bank of Meadville, he later taught school for a time. He attended the University of Pennsylvania Medical School and became Chief of Staff at Spencer Hospital, and was regarded as a top surgeon of the area.

He was an avid golfer. He settled in Meadville after serving in WW1. He was a church committeman in St Beigids Parish in Meadville.

He was sometimes referred to as “Mr Meadville” due to his civic and business activities.

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The award is named in honor of Harry C. Winslow, M.D., a local physician and businessman. It is given annually to the individual, group or business that has made a significant contribution to the economic growth of the greater Meadville area.

Harry and wife Madeline lefts several endowed funds to the Crawford Heritae Foundation.

WMGW first went on the air back in 1947, as the very first radio station in all of Crawford County, founded by Meadville physician Dr. Harry C. Winslow. Dr. Winslow chose his daughter’s initials (Mary Gene Winslow) for the station’s call letters. Like many small-town radio stations of its time, WMGW broadcast for many years a format of local, world and national news, local and Pittsburgh sports, and adult contemporary music. WMGW was also complimented with an FM station bearing the same call letters for many years.

Harry married Nellie H Baxter circa 1913 in PA. Nellie was born in 1889 in NY and died on Dec 7, 1965 in Meadville , Crawford, Pennsylvania.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 747 F    i. Mary G. Jean Winslow

Harry next married Madeline King.

  1. Cecelia K. Winslowwas born in Nov 1886 in Benezette, Pa and died aft 1920 census in Chartiers, Allegheny Co, Pa.

Cecelia married Charles Bell. Charles died before 1910.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 748 M    i. Charles W Bell was born circa 1907 in PA.

+ 749 F    ii. Marie Bell was born circa 1908 in PA.

  1. Harriet Elizabeth Hattie Winslowwas born in Sep 1889 in Benezette, Pa and died in 1958 in Paonia, Colorado.

Harriet married Frank Graham on Sep 2, 1932 in Littleton, CO. Frank was born in 1900 in Colorado and died in Jun 1983 in Paonia, Delta, Colorado.

  1. Helen K. Winslowwas born on Aug 15, 1893 in Benezette, Pa and died in 1959 in Denver, Colorado.

Helen married Lynus Oliver Graves on Nov 26, 1920 in Denver , CO. Lynus was born on May 9, 1892 in Broomfield, Boulder, CO and died in Nov 1976.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 750 M    i. Lynus Charles Graves

  1. Sylvanus G Winslowwas born in May 1876 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Jul 20, 1877 in Benezette, Elk, PA, and was buried in Winslow Hill Cemetery, Elk, PA.
  2. Gertrude Winslowwas born in Aug 1878 in PA and died before Jun 1, 1900.
  3. Clarence Selburn Tuttlewas born on Jul 10, 1886 in Benezette , Elk, PA and died on Feb 23, 1960 in Ridgway, Elk County, PA.

General Notes: Life Long Benezette Resident Dies
Clarence S. (Tucker) Tuttle of Benezette died Tuesday February 23, 1960 in the Maple Avenue Hospital at 4:30 pm where he had been a patient since Monday. He had been in ill health the past two years. Mr Tuttle was born in Benezette July 10, 1886 the son of John and Harriet Winslow Tuttle. He was a self employed farmer , never married and lived in Benezette all his life also a member of the Benezette Methodist Church. He is survived by a sister Miss Etta Tuttle of Ridgway, one brother Mr Leslie Tuttle of Benezette, one neice Miss Helen Tuttle and two nephews Bud and Joe Tuttle all of Benezette. Friends will be received at the Leslie Tuttle residence in Benezette tonight and Friday until time of funeral. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 1:30 pm at the Benezette Methodist Church eith the Rev Charles Graham officiating. Burial will follow at the Park Lawn Cemetery in Ridgway.

  1. Etta R. Tuttlewas born in Nov 1879 in Benezette, Elk County, PA and died after 1960 in Ridgway, Elk County, PA.
  2. Leslie Sylvanus Tuttlewas born on Sep 25, 1897 in Benezette , Elk, PA, died on Jul 14, 1973 in St Marys, Elk, PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Winslow Hill , Benezette, Elk Co, PA.

Leslie married Agnes Theresa Winslow on Jul 31, 1922 in Driftwood, Cameron Co., PA, daughter of Edward Joseph Winslow and Wallburga Helena “Wallie” Reiter. Agnes was born on Dec 1, 1899 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Mar 27, 1990 in Dubois Clearfield, PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Winslow Hill , Benezette, Elk Co, PA.

Noted events in her life were:

  • Misc: Second Cousins.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 751 F    i. Helen Victoria Tuttle was born on Jun 8, 1931 in Ridgway, PA and died after 2010 of Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania.

+ 752 M    ii. Clarence Edward “Bud” Tuttle was born on Apr 19, 1933 and died on Jun 27, 2001.

+ 753 M    iii. Joseph Leslie Tuttle was born on Aug 4, 1939 in Ridgway, Elk Co, PA, died on Nov 20, 2009 in Dubois Clearfield, PA, and was buried in Nov 2009 in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Winslow Hill, Pa.

  1. Harriet F. Tuttlewas born in Sep 1884 in Benezette, Elk County, PA and died in Jun 1975 in Virginia Beach, Virginia Beach City, Virginia.
  2. Judson Augustus Tuttlewas born on Jul 27, 1890 in Benezette, Elk County, PA and died after 1920 of Ridgway, Elk County, PA.
  3. Cora Ettie Winslowwas born on Aug 25, 1871 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died after 1930 in Spokane, Spokane, Washington.

Cora married Wilmer S. Showers on Aug 24, 1892. Wilmer was born in Aug 1868 in PA and died after 1930 of Spokane, Spokane, Washington.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 754 F    i. Martha Showers was born in Mar 1898 in Benezette, Elk , Pa and died after 1910 of Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania.

+ 755 M    ii. Launcelot W. Showers was born in May 1893 in Elk Co , PA and died after 1900 of Millstone, Elk, Pennsylvania.

+ 756 M    iii. William L. Showers was born circa 1894 in Elk Co , PA and died after 1920 of Spokane, Spokane, Washington.

  1. Ethel Maud Winslowwas born about 1871 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Aug 28, 1881 in Benezette, Elk, PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant- Winslow Hill Cemetery, Benezette, Elk Co, PA.
  2. Berton Leroy Winslowwas born on Sep 12, 1873 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on May 12, 1876 in Benezette, Elk, PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant- Winslow Hill Cemetery, Benezette, Elk Co, PA.
  3. Eben Lafayette Winslowwas born on Aug 6, 1877 in Benezette , Elk, PA and died in Dec 1967 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania..

Noted events in his life were:

  • Military: WW2 registration, 1942, Philadelphia, PA. contact- Matie Winslow, Philladelphia

Eben married Julia M. Hall circa 1905. Julia was born circa 1878 in PA and died in 1924.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 757 M    i. Russell Winslow was born circa 1906 in Benezette, , Elk, PA.

Eben next married Mary F. (Winslow). Mary was born circa 1881 in NY.

  1. Byron Jerome “Barney” Winslowwas born on Nov 4, 1878 in Benezette , Elk, PA, died in 1949 in Benezette PA, and was buried in Benezette Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

Byron married Mary Ellen B. Mabel Wainwright in Apr 1917 in PA. Mary was born on Sep 11, 1891 in Grant Station, Benezette Township, PA, died on Sep 18, 1919 in Benezette PA, and was buried in Benezette Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

General Notes: Demise of Mrs Byron J Winslow ( this was collected from two incomplete obits)
On Sept 18, at the family home in Benezette, Mrs Byron J Winslow passed away. Her maiden name was Mabel Wainwright, she was the only daughter of John Wainwright, a former county surveyor. She was born on the Wainwright farm near Grant Station in Benezette Township, on Sept 11, 1891 and was a few days more than 28 years. After the death of her mother in October 1907 she attended the local schools and as she grew older became the consoleer and housekeeper of her father until Mr Wainwright retired from active pursuit of his profession and moved to Benezette in June 1917.
She was married to Byron J Winslow of Benezette on April 1917, and came with her husband to Benezette where they resided and her father made his home with them. During her life in Benezette she was active for the advancement of her community and devoted time uinstintedly to Red Cross and church matters and affairs of an educational or upliftly character. She was a member of the Benezette Methodist Church a young woman of unusual literary talent, of wide reading as well informed of the topics of the day. Her cheerful disposition and kindly spirit endeared her to every one in the community.
Mrs Winslow is survived by her husband Byron J Winslow, a daughter Martha Ellen, a year and a half old, her aged father John Wainwright, and two brothers, James Wainwright living in New York State and Russ Wainwright recently honorably dischared from the US Army. All these were present at the funeral except James Wainwright whose exact address couild not be learned in time to send him word.
The funeral was held Sunday afternoon, Sep 21,with services in the Methodist church and interment in the family lot at Benezette.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 758 F    i. Martha Ellen Winslow was born on Jan 24, 1918 in Benezette Elk, Pa and died on Jan 29, 2002 in Benezette, Elk County, PA.

  1. Floyd Benjamin Winslowwas born on Aug 27, 1886 in Benezette , Elk, PA, died on Dec 24, 1964 in Akron, summit, OH, and was buried in Rose Hill Cemetery.
  2. Jennie Irene Winslowwas born on Jan 16, 1883 in Benezette , Elk, PA, died in Dec 1975, and was buried in Gerry Cemetery, Gerry, NY.

Jennie married Carl Henry Sweet on Apr 25, 1900 in Carrolton, Catt Co, NY. Carl was born on Jul 8, 1873 in Limestone, NY, died on Oct 4, 1910 in Benezette PA, and was buried in Benezette Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 759 F    i. Violet Lucille Sweet was born on Jul 16, 1908 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died on Oct 28, 1992 in Dunkirk/Silver Creek, Chataqua, NY.

+ 760 F    ii. Ione Sweet was born in 1903 in Benezette, Elk County, Pennsylvania.

+ 761 F    iii. Pauline Sweet was born in 1906 in Benezette, Elk County, Pennsylvania.

+ 762 M    iv. Byron K. Sweet

Jennie next married Lester V. Ryan circa 1913. Lester was born in 1880 in NY, died in 1950, and was buried in Gerry Cemetery, Gerry, NY.

  1. Irvin Delano Winslowwas born on Jan 8, 1876 in Winslow, Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died on Mar 31, 1962 in Los Angeles, California.

Irvin married Audra Viola Kreider on May 29, 1907 in Driftwood, Cameron Co., PA. Audra was born on Nov 11, 1882 in PA, died on May 15, 1919 in Driftwood, Cameron County, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Driftwood, PA.

Irvin next married Imogene C. circa 1925. Imogene was born circa 1900 in PA and died after 1930.

  1. John Milton Winslowwas born in 1878 in Winslow, Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died about 1917 in France.

John married Eula.

  1. Evelyn C. Winslowwas born in Jan 1884 in Winslow, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania, died on Jan 7, 1927 in Washington DC, and was buried in Central Cemetery, Reynoldsville, Pa.
  2. Augusta Ann Winslowwas born on Jan 28, 1877 in Caledonia, Elk, PA, died on Jan 7, 1903 in Big Run, Jefferson, PA, and was buried on Jan 9, 1903 in Fairview Cemetery, Big Run , PA.

Augusta married William Christian Muth on Sep 9, 1896 in PA. William was born on Sep 18, 1874 in Big Run, Jefferson, PA and died on Jul 4, 1931 in Indicott, Broom, NY.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 763 F    i. Mildred Grace Muth was born on Dec 9, 1898 in Big Run, Jefferson, PA and died on Jul 15, 1981.

+ 764 M    ii. Clifford Ray Muth was born on Aug 24, 1900 in Big Run, Jefferson, PA and died on Dec 10, 1977 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

+ 765 F    iii. Bertha Eunice Muth was born on Mar 30, 1897 in Big Run, Jefferson, PA, died on Aug 3, 1987 in Laural Lane, Kersey, Elk, Pa, and was buried in McClure Cemetery, Big Run, Jefferson, PA.

  1. Etta Winslowwas born on May 8, 1879 in Hickeyville, Clearfield, PA and died on Oct 31, 1923 in Williamsport Ward 10, Lycoming, Pennsylvania.

Etta married Frank Harper Koop on Jan 17, 1899 in PA. Frank was born on Nov 30, 1874 in PA and died after 1930 in Williamsport , Lycoming, Pennsylvania.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 766 M    i. Warren Koop was born circa 1901 in PA.

+ 767 F    ii. Venda Koop was born circa 1906 in PA.

+ 768 M    iii. Joseph Koop was born circa 1910 in PA.

  1. Carrie Winslowwas born on Oct 3, 1872 in Benezette, Pa and died in 1905 in Probably Benezette, Elk Co, PA.

Carrie married John M. Burns on Oct 3, 1894 in PA. John was born in Jul 1863 in PA and died before 1910.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 769 F    i. Claudia A. Burns was born in Mar 1896 in Benezette, , Elk, PA.

+ 770 F    ii. Edna L. Burns was born in Dec 1899 in Benezette, , Elk, PA.

+ 771 F    iii. Isabel Burns was born on Apr 23, 1901 and died in Jul 1987.

+ 772 F    iv. Carrie Burns was born circa 1902.

  1. Ada E Winslowwas born on Dec 13, 1874 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Apr 27, 1876 in Benezette, Elk, PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Winslow Hill , Benezette, Elk Co, PA.
  2. Georgia Winslowwas born on Feb 6, 1881 in Hickeyville, Clearfield, PA and died after 1984 in Williamsport, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania.

Georgia married William J Frantz on Jul 25, 1901 in PA. William was born circa Nov 1875 in PA and died from 1910 to 1920.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 773 F    i. Lucretia M. Frantz was born circa 1903 in PA.

+ 774 F    ii. Charlotte Frantz was born circa 1905 in PA.

+ 775 M    iii. Gerald W. Frantz was born circa 1907 in PA.

+ 776 M    iv. William C Frantz was born circa 1911 in PA.

  1. Ella Winslowwas born on Jan 22, 1883 in Winterburne, Clearfield, PA and died in 1917 in PA.

Ella married Clarence Blair Walker on Jul 2, 1901 in PA. Clarence was born on Nov 18, 1880 in PA and died in Feb 1963.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 777 F    i. Laura Walker was born circa 1902 in PA and died after 1920.

  1. John Warren Winslowwas born on Jul 29, 1885 in Winterburne, Clearfield Co., PA and died in Oct 1965 in PA.

John married Jennie Mae Lovelace on Dec 4, 1903 in PA. Jennie was born circa 1889 in NY.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 778 F    i. Eva Winslow was born circa 1906 in PA.

+ 779 F    ii. Thelma Winslow was born circa 1909 in PA.

+ 780 M    iii. John W. Winslow was born circa 1916 in PA.

  1. Gladys A Winslowwas born on Sep 18, 1888 in Winterburne, Clearfield, PA and died in Dec 1977 in Williamstown, New Jersey.

Gladys married Albert W. Shoemaker on Feb 29, 1908 in PA. Albert was born in 1884 in PA and died after 1920 of Philadelphia, Pa.

  1. Irma Mary Winslowwas born on Jun 21, 1891 in Winterburn, , Clearfield, Pennsylvania, died on Nov 27, 1984 in Oroville, Butte, CA, and was buried in Memorial Park Cemetery, Oroville, CA.

Irma married Clarence Calvin Vanatta on Jul 3, 1908 in Big Run , Jefferson Co, PA. Clarence was born on Mar 2, 1886 in Lock Haven, Clinton Co, Pennsylvania and died on Jan 18, 1980 in Williamsport, Lycoming, Pennsylvania.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 781 M    i. Winslow Vanatta was born in 1909 in PA.

+ 782 M    ii. Fred Mahlon VanAtta was born on Oct 11, 1916 in W VA, died on May 2, 1995 in Fountain Valley, Orange, CA, and was buried in Riverside National Cemetery, CA.

+ 783 F    iii. Gladys Vanatta was born circa 1919 in W VA.

+ 784 M    iv. Clarence Mike VanAtta Jr was born on Nov 11, 1925 in Richwood, WV, died on Jul 16, 2010 in Oroville, Butte, CA, and was buried in Memorial Park Cemetery.

  1. Ruth Eunice Winslowwas born on Mar 4, 1894 in Big Run, Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died on Jul 1, 1979 in San Mateo CA.

Noted events in her life were:

  • Divorced: Then Moved To San Fran Calif Area About 1938 With Sons.
  • Misc: Married 3rd Cousin.

Ruth married James ABRAHAM Winslow about 1910, son of Roland Hill ROWE Winslow and Ada Mae Wells. James was born on Dec 14, 1890 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson Co., PA, died on Aug 8, 1970 in Brookville , Jefferson Co., Pa, and was buried in Butler Cemetery, Brookville, Jefferson, PA.

General Notes: Obituary Aug 8, 1970
Funeral services will be held in Brookville this afternoon for James A Winslow a resident at the Jefferson Manor Brookville who died Saturday at the age of 79. He died in the Jefferson Manor. Born Dec 14, 1890 he was the son of Roland and Mae Wells Winslow.
He is survived by two sisters. Funeral services will he held at 2 o’clock this afternoon in the Work Funeral Home in Brookville the Rev Ivan Thompson will officiate and burial will be in the Butler Cemetery near Brookville.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 785 M    i. James Warren Winslow was born on Aug 27, 1917 in Punxsutawney, PA and died on Jan 4, 1989 in East Palo Alto, California.

+ 786 M    ii. Kenelem Clarence “Kenneth” Winslow was born on Apr 26, 1911 in Punxsutawney, PA and died on Jan 2, 1978 in Los Angeles County, Calif.

Ruth married someone Straube.

  1. Thomas BENTON Winslowwas born on Apr 5, 1897 in Medix Run, Elk, Pennsylvania and died on Sep 4, 1977 in San Francisco, CA.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Misc: Believed Not To Have Married Or Had Children. Possibly Died In California.

Thomas married Bertha Edith Kirkpatrick on Sep 22, 1920 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA. Bertha was born on Feb 22, 1901 in Johnsonburg, PA, died on Aug 1, 1950 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

General Notes: Obituary August 1, 1950
Despondency over ill health was given as the cause of the suicide of Mrs Bertha Edith Winslow, 49, wife of Benton Winslow of Greenwood Avenue whose attempt Sunday night resulted in her death in the Adrian Hospital Tuesday afternoon.
Jefferson County Coroner Dr R L Shaffer of Brookville issued the verdict of by death by suicide. Mrs Winslow is reported to have left note of taking her own life.
The deceased was born in Johnsonburg Feb 22, 1901 the daughter of David and Mary Kirkpatrick. Her marriage to Benton Winslow took place in 1920.
She leaves her husband and one daughter Mrs S A Garett of San Francisco Calif. Also surviving are one grandchild and these brothers and sisters: Leslie of Bath NY; A J of Akron OH; Mrs Mary Taylor of Brookville; Mrs Rose Sprague of Salamanca NY; John of New Bedford; Edward of Kansis City MO; and Mrs Elsie Bishop of Punxsutawney.
Friends will be received in the Pifer Funeral Home after 7 o’clock tonight. Funeral arrangement are incomplete.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 787 F    i. Julie Mae Winslow was born on Feb 29, 1924 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died on Aug 26, 1998 in San Mateo, San Mateo, California.

+ 788 F    ii. Alice Marie Winslow was born circa Sep 1922 in Big Run, Pa, died on Feb 1, 1923 in Big Run , Jefferson Co, PA, and was buried in McClure Cemetery, Big Run, PA.

  1. Kermit B Winslowwas born on Apr 1, 1902 in Straight Creek, Elk Co., PA, died on Oct 8, 1969 in McKean, Pennsylvania, and was buried in McKean Memorial Park Cemetery, Eldred, PA.

Kermit married Evelyn Marie Bloomster on Jun 12, 1926 in Smethport, McKean Co., Pa. Evelyn was born on Jan 11, 1905 in Hamlin, McKean Co., PA, died on Feb 10, 2001 in McKean Memorial Park, Eldred, PA, and was buried in McKean Memorial Park, Eldred, PA.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 789 F    i. Shirley Jane Winslow

  1. William F. Winslowwas born on Jan 27, 1878 in Huntley, Cameron Co., Pa, died on Jun 18, 1941 in Sheffield, Warren Co., Pa, and was buried in Sheffield, Pa.

William married Ella S. Montgomery. Ella was born on Apr 7, 1884 in Wilcox, Elk Co., Pa, died on Sep 1, 1967 in Warren , Warren Co., Pa, and was buried in Sheffield Cemetery, Sheffield, Pa.

  1. George Albert Winslowwas born on Jun 25, 1895 in Strait Creek, Elk Co, PA, died in Feb 1977, and was buried in Norwich Cemetery, Colegrove, Pa.
  2. Grace E. Winslowwas born on Oct 25, 1891 in Penfield, Clearfield Co, PA, died on Feb 21, 1968 in Olean, Cattaraugus, NY, and was buried in Allegheny Cemetery.

Grace married Glenn S. Rowe. Glenn was born on Jun 15, 1890 in Mina, Potter Co., Pa and died on Feb 11, 1984 in Olean, Cattaraugus, NY.

  1. Selborn Charles Winslowwas born on Oct 9, 1882 in Winterburn, Clearfield Co., Pa, died on Aug 29, 1962 in Cattaraugus , NY, and was buried in Norwich Cemetery, Colegrove, Pa.
  2. Gertrude M. Winslowwas born on Apr 9, 1889 in Elk Co, PA and died in Nov 1967 in maybe Buffalo, Erie, New York.

Gertrude married John Natello circa 1913. John was born on Nov 9, 1888 in PA and died after 1930 in Buffalo, Erie, New York.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 790 M    i. John L. Natello was born circa 1914 in Buffalo, Erie, New York.

+ 791 M    ii. Richard W Natello

  1. Gretchen Irene Winslowwas born on Sep 22, 1903 in Strait Creek, Elk Co, PA, died on Nov 15, 1994 in Bexar Co., TX, and was buried in Sunset Memorial Park.

Gretchen married Ralph Edward Warner on Jun 9, 1934 in Warren , Warren Co., Pa. Ralph was born on Sep 29, 1906, died on Jul 25, 1963 in San Antonio, Bexar Co., TX, and was buried in Sunset Memorial Park.

  1. Nellie E. Winslowwas born in May 1880 in Huston, Clearfield, Pa and died after 1900 of Dubois Borough, Clearfield, Pennsylvania.
  2. Leslie Kleftman Winslowwas born on Aug 18, 1881 in Benezette, , Elk, PA, died on Sep 18, 1969 in DuBois, Clearfield, Pa, and was buried in Morningside Cemetery, Dubois, Elk, PA.

Leslie married Alberti V. Pantall in 1911 in PA. Alberti was born on Feb 28, 1894 in Dubois Clearfield, PA, died on Jun 10, 1969 in Dubois Clearfield, PA, and was buried in Morningside Cemetery, Dubois, Elk, PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 792 M    i. Frank Winslow was born circa 1912 in PA.

+ 793 M    ii. Clifton R. Winslow was born circa 1914 in PA.

+ 794 M    iii. Harold Max Winslow was born circa 1915 in PA.

+ 795 F    iv. Helen M. Winslow was born circa 1917 in PA.

  1. Adaline Saterlee Penny Winslowwas born in Feb 1882 in PA and died after 1942 of Summerville, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

Adaline married Harry Arthur Corbett circa 1902. Harry was born on Aug 2, 1880 in Distant, Armstrong Co., Pa and died after 1942 of Summerville, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 796 M    i. Winslow E. Corbett was born circa 1906 in PA and died after 1930 of Summerville, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

+ 797 M    ii. Frank J. Corbett was born circa 1904 in PA.

  1. Leah Erde Winslowwas born on Jul 7, 1886 in Dubois Clearfield, PA and died on Jan 16, 1964 in Du Bois, Clearfield, Pennsylvania.

Leah married Wilson Paul Morrow on Jul 22, 1911. Wilson was born on Nov 29, 1886 in Dayton, Pa and died on Dec 3, 1961 in Baltimore Co , MD.

  1. Harold Goodlander Winslowwas born on Apr 13, 1887 in Benezette, Elk , Pa and died before 1930 in maybe Pittsburgh, Pa.

Harold married Effie Jane Whitehill circa 1909 in maybe Falls Creek, Jefferson, Pennsylvania. Effie was born on Aug 22, 1886 in Benezette, , Elk, PA and died on Nov 28, 1971 in Bakersfield, Kern Co., CA.

  1. Arthur F. Winslowwas born in Jun 1896 of Punxsutawney, PA and died on Jan 19, 1916 in Du Bois, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania..
  2. Daniel Earl Winslowwas born on Feb 26, 1892 in Dubois Clearfield, PA and died in Oct 1973.

Daniel married Jewel B. circa 1922. Jewel was born circa 1896 in Ohio and died after 1942 of Mt Lebanon, Allegheny, Pennsylvania.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 798 M    i. Daniel Winslow

+ 799 M    ii. Robert Winslow

  1. Thomas Arthur Winslowwas born on Oct 22, 1910 in PA and died on Mar 21, 1988 in Youngstown, Niagara, New York.
  2. Victoria Johanna Winslowwas born on Jun 6, 1903 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Sep 14, 1988 in Santa Monica, CA, and was buried in cremated -ashes off So Calif coast.

Victoria married Frederick William Thorwart on Jun 7, 1927 in Driftwood, PA. Frederick was born on Jun 2, 1901 in Kersey, Elk, Pa, died on Sep 23, 1931 in Kersey, Fox Twp, Elk, PA, and was buried in St Marys Catholic Cemetery, St Marys, Pa.

General Notes: Elk Co Gazette 9/24/1931
Crushed to Death in Maws of Thresher Yesterday Afternoon
Fred Thorwart has Life Crushed out when Caught in High Power Machine on Neureiter Farm at Kersey
Fred W Thorwart aged 30 years and residing on Apple Grove Farm at Gillen’s Station on the St Marys – Weedville road was practically instantly killed at 3:15 yesterday afternoon when he came into contact with he cutting apparatus of a threshing machine which he was operating. So sudden was the occurrence than none of the men who were helping at the threshing didn’t see which how it happened.
Mr Thorwart had taken his McCormick-Deering threshing machine to the farm of John Neureiter located about a fourth of a mile out of Kersey on the road leading to Ridgway and was engaged in threshing buckwheat. The machine beside threshing is also equipped to cut the straw, two knives being employed to do this work. These knives have a revolution of 3200 turns per minute. The self feeding belt carries the sheaves into the machine and in some manner this had become plugged. It is thought that Mr Thorwart attempted to break the jam when in some manner he was caught and pulled into the maws of the machine, his life being crushed out instantly. The accident happened at about 3:15 o’clock pm.
Within a few seconds after he was pulled into the cutter the machine was stopped by one of the helpers and he was extricated and it was found that his heart was still beating but only for a few moments, death setting in before anything could be done.
The body was taken to the funeral home of George H Corbe at Kersey and prepared for burial and later was taken to the grief stricken home from where the funeral will be held Friday morning.
Mt Thorwart was born on the homestead farm June 2, 1901 the son of Mrs and Mrs Luke Thorwart. When he was still a small child his mother died and his father continued housekeeping. He attended the Gillen School of Fox Township and assisted at working his father’s farm. A few years ago he bought the farm from his father and has been conducting it up to the time of hiss death. He called it Apple Grove Farm on account of the very excellent orchard which is maintained there. this orchard had been a show place this summer, due to its beautiful appearance from being well kept and the abundance of fruit it carried.
On June 7, 1927 he married Miss Victoria Winslow of Benezette who survives and the union was blessed with three children, the youngest but nine months of age. they are Mildred, Loretta, and Marian. Besides his wife and children he leaves to mourn his loss his father Luke Thorwart now living in town, five brothers and four sisters as follows: Luke Jr. of Johnsonburg, Frank of Bolivar NY, Norbert of Ridgway, and Herman and Charles who have been making their home with the deceased:Crescenthia (Mrs Harry Nicklas) and Agnes Thorwart of Niagara Falls NY , Ann of Cleveland Ohio and Oive of New York City.
Death is ever a sad occurrence but when it takes a loving husband and the father of three young children, cutting him down in the very prime of life, it is doubly sad. The family has the deepest sympathy of the entire community. The funeral will be held tomorrow morning from the St Marys church where services will be conducted at nine o’clock and interment will be made in the local Catholic cemetery.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 800 F    i. Loretta Jeanne Thorwart

+ 801 F    ii. Mildred Agnes Thorwart

+ 802 F    iii. Marian Ann Thorwart

  1. Agnes Theresa Winslowwas born on Dec 1, 1899 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Mar 27, 1990 in Dubois Clearfield, PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Winslow Hill , Benezette, Elk Co, PA.

Noted events in her life were:

  • Misc: Second Cousins.

Agnes married Leslie Sylvanus Tuttle on Jul 31, 1922 in Driftwood, Cameron Co., PA, son of John V. Tuttle and Harriet Ellen “Hattie” Winslow. Leslie was born on Sep 25, 1897 in Benezette , Elk, PA, died on Jul 14, 1973 in St Marys, Elk, PA, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Winslow Hill , Benezette, Elk Co, PA.

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  1. Lawrence Bernard “Lourie” Winslowwas born on Feb 22, 1896 in Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania, died on Jul 17, 1958 in C.S. Tuttle Farm, Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Morningside Cemetery, DuBois, Pa..

General Notes: Farm Accident Fatal to Lawrence Winslow
Benezette Farmer dies in Accident
Lawrence Bernard Winslow, 62, Benezette RD farmer was killed last Thursday afternoon when hit by a bay haler. Mr Winslow was driving a tractor with a bay haler attached on the C S Tuttle farm on Benezette Rd. According to authorities the tractor was running along the side of the road baling hay. The front wheel of the tractor hit a low spot, the shock jouncing Mr Winslow off the seat of the tractor. The tractor and the hay baler toppled and began rolling as did Mr Winslow. Winslow stopped rolling. The tractor missed him but the hay baler caught him at an angle across the upper back chest and neck. Floyd Woodring, 15, working with Winslow pulling hay bales off the side for loading heard the commotion but was too late to help. After the hay baler rolled over Winslow the power takeoff cut and kept the rig rolling until it stopped at the bottom of the hill. Young Woodring ran to the Tuttle farm and a doctor was summoned. The physician pronounced Winslow dead of a broken neck. He apparently died instantly the physician said. The accident occured at 3:40 pm EST. Requiem mass was sung at 10 am Monday from St Cecilia’s Church Benezette by Rev Stephen Dobosiewicz. Burial followed at Morningside Cemetery, DuBois. Mr Winslow was born February 22, 1896 on Benezette RD son of Edward and Walburga Reiter Winslow. He was married to Ruth Overturf who survives. A resident of Benezette all his life, Mr Winslow was a member of the St Cecilia’s Church. Besides his wife Mr Winslow is survived by tow daughters Miss Betty Winslow and Mrs Alvin Doris Jennings, Buffalo NY, two sisters, Mrs Leslie )Agnes) Tuttle Benezette,and Mrs Victoria Thorwart, Pittsburgh, two brothers Theodore, Detroit, and James Brookville, three uncles including Charles Winslow of Benezette, and two grandchildren.

Ridgway Record July 18, 1958
Lawrence B. Winslow, 62, Thrown from Machine; Crushed by Heavy Equipment
Lawrence Bernard Winslow, 62, of Benezette, was killed instantly yesterday afternoon while baling hay at the farm of a neighbor near Benezette. The accident occurred at 3:40 pm (EST)
Dr Leo Hayes said death resulted from a broken neck and multiple injuries of the upper chest cavity.
Elk County Coroner Francis “Dutch” DePanfilis today declared Winslow’s death accidental and stated that an inquest will not be held.
Winslow was operating a Farmhall H-type tractor pulling a hay baler weighing two and oen half tons. The equipment was owned by Mr Winslow.
Mr Winslow had completed his own haying work and was helping a neighbor on a share basis. He was almost finished when the accident occurred, it was reported.
According to an eye witness 16 year old Floyd Woodley who was assisting Winslow the fatality occurred as Winslow was baling on a side hill.
Woodley said the tractor evidently struck a slight hole in the ground throwing Winslow from the seat to the ground. The tractor was proceeding east to west along the side of the hill.
Winslow rolled in a desperate effort to escape the oncoming baler, but the machine followed him down the hill and the baler power take off crossed over his body and the back wheel of the baler rolled over his neck Woodley said.
Woodley made a futile attempt to rescue the man before the machine passed over his body but was unable to reach him in time.
Mr Winslow was born in Benezette on Feb 12, 1896 and had been a life long resident of that community.
Survivors include his wife Ruth Overturf Winslow; two daughters Betty and Mrs Alvin Jennings (Doris) both of Buffalo NY; two sisters Mrs Leslie Tuttle (Agnes) of Benezette and Victoria Thorwart of Pittsburgh; two brothers Theodore of Detroit and James of Brookville. Also surviving are two grandchildren.
Funeral services for Lawrence Winslow will be conducted at St Cecilia Church Benezette on Monday morning at 10 o’clock with interment to follow in Morningside Cemetery DuBois. Friends are being received at the late residence.

Lawrence married Ruth Josephine Overturf on Jun 22, 1921 in Erie Co., NY. Ruth was born on Sep 1, 1893 in Grant, Benezette Township, Elk County, Pennsylvania, died on Mar 27, 1983 in Buffalo, Erie County, New York, and was buried in Morningside Cemetery, Dubois, Elk, PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 803 F    i. Betty Louise Winslow was born on Jul 12, 1922 in Benezette Township, Elk County, Pennsylvania and died on Nov 24, 2001 in Sebring, Fla.

+ 804 F    ii. Doris Marie Winslow was born on Sep 27, 1924 in Benezette Township, Elk County, Pennsylvania and died after 2002 of Orchard Park, NY.

  1. Theodore Edward Winslowwas born on Nov 9, 1897 in Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania, died on Aug 19, 1968 in Pontiac, Michigan, and was buried in Holy Sepulchrer Cemetery, Southfield, MI.

Theodore married Grace Ophelia Colby on Dec 4, 1929 in Milford, Oakland Co., MI. Grace was born on Nov 16, 1905 and died in Feb 1978.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 805 F    i. Patsy Winslow

Theodore next married Mildred Winslow.

  1. James Patrick Winslowwas born on Aug 10, 1894 in Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania, died on Jan 9, 1973 in Brookville, Jefferson Co, PA, and was buried in Brookville Cemetery.

General Notes: Obituary Jan 9, 1973
Funeral services will be held Friday for former Jefferson County Agriculture Agent James P Winslow of 351 Western Avenue Brookville who died Tuesday at the age of 79.
Friends will be received in the Galbraith Funeral Home in Brookville until time for services Friday. A Funeral Mass will be celebrated in the Immaculate Conception church in Brookville at 9:30 am. The Rev Joseph A Ciailola will be the celebrant and burial will be in the Brookfield Cemetery.
Mr Winslow was born in Benezette August 10, 1894 a son of Edward and Walberga Reiter Winslow and was married to the former Madge K Hetrick. He was a member of the Immaculate Conception Church and since retiring as farm agent he had been employed at the C W Esty Greenhouse and the Fast Freeze Service in Brookville.
Surviving are his wife; two daughters Mrs Virginia J Simon of Bridgeville and Mrs Barbara W Shugars of Brookville; two grandchildren and two sisters Mrs Agnes Tuttle and Mrs Victoria Thorwart both of Benezette.

The Clearfield Progress February 25, 1946 Punxsutawney- James Winslow, who recentlly completed 25 years as agricultural agent of Jefferson County, was honored by more than 300 persons at a testimonial dinner in his honor at the Elks Club ballroom. Dr. Kenneth Hood of State College was master of ceremonies and during the evening introduced numerous speakers from throughout the county and state. They all paid high tribute to Winslow for his untiring work in the advancement of agriculture in Jefferson County.

James married Mabel A. Whitaker on Sep 14, 1922 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA. Mabel was born on Nov 27, 1893 in Porter Township, Jefferson Co. Pa, died on Feb 18, 1952 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Brookville Cemetery, Pa.

General Notes: Obituary Feb 18, 1952
Mrs Mabel A Winslow 58 well known resident and wife of J P Winslow died suddenly in her home on Western Avenue Monday. She suffered a heart attack after returning from a shopping trip.
The deceased was born Nov 27, 1893 in Porter Township a daughter of John and Mary Whitaker. She was married Sep 14, 1922 to James P Winslow former Jefferson County farm agent. She was a member of the Presbyterian Church, Easter Star and the Martha V Conrad Study Club.
Surviving are her husband, a son and two daughters, James W of Brookville RD 1, Virginia of Woodville, and Mrs Arthur Shugarts of Brookville; one grandchild and six sisters and three brothers, Mrs Roy Kress of Loch Haven Mrs P H Bond of Union NJ, Mrs W J Hoffman of Bradford; Mrs James Moran of Kane; Mrs Elva Gregory of Johnsonburg; Morton Whitaker of Williamsport; and Mrs Gertrude Coleman and Horace and John Whitaker of Punxsutawney.
Friends will be received in the Reitz Funeral Home until 2:30 o’clock Thursday afternoon. Services will be held the same afternoon at 3:30 o’clock in the Presbyterian Church. The Rev E P Ingersoll will Officiate and burial will be in Brookville Cemetery.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 806 F    i. Barbara A. Winslow was born in 1929 in Brookville, Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died after 1973.

+ 807 F    ii. Mary Virginia Winslow was born in 1926 in Brookville, Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died after 1973.

+ 808 M    iii. James Whitaker Winslow was born on Aug 19, 1923 in Brookville , Pa, died on Aug 26, 1960 in Bowmansville, NY, and was buried in Brookville Cemetery, Pa.

James next married Madge Hetrick after 1952. Madge died after 1973.

  1. Arnold Winslowwas born in 1912 and died in 1912 in Died In Fancy.
  2. Gilbert Winslowwas born in 1912 in Benezette, , Elk, PA and died in 1912 in Benezette, , Elk, PA.
  3. Wilbert Benedict Mahenwas born on Jun 8, 1890 in Benezette, , Elk, PA, died in Nov 1919 in Pittsburgh, PA, and was buried in St Cecelia Cemetery Benezette PA.

Wilbert married Artrilla Laura Bateman on Nov 14, 1909 in Driftwood PA. Artrilla was born on Jul 28, 1889 in Benezette, Pa and died on Oct 4, 1977 in Whitehall, PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 809 F    i. Winifred R Mahen was born on Sep 28, 1911 in Benezette, Pa and died on Feb 27, 1999 in Butler, PA.

+ 810 M    ii. Ralph Mahen

  1. Ronald H Mahenwas born on Jan 15, 1911 and died on Oct 21, 1993 in Oakmont, Allegheny, Pennsylvania.

Ronald married Grace M Shook on Jul 15, 1944. Grace was born on Dec 7, 1917 in Pittsburgh, PA, died on Dec 13, 2007 in Oakmont, Allegheny County, Pa, and was buried in St. Joseph Cemetery, Verona.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 811 F    i. Donna Mahen

+ 812 M    ii. Ronald Mahen

  1. Irene C Mahenwas born on Mar 9, 1903 in Mt Pleasant, Elk Co, Pa and died on Aug 13, 1929.

Irene married Harry W Walker.

  1. Ruth M Mahenwas born on Oct 25, 1894 in Benezette, , Elk, PA and died on Aug 8, 1968.

Ruth married Charles McCormick on Jun 21, 1916 in PA. Charles was born on Sep 26, 1893.

  1. M Martina Mahenwas born on Dec 6, 1887.

Noted events in her life were:

  • She worked as an entered Sisters of Mercy on Sep 24, 1911.
  1. Caroline Ellen Murraywas born on Sep 1, 1890 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died on Nov 4, 1956 in Penn Hills, PA.

Caroline married Benjamin Harrison Miller on Jun 16, 1911 in St James Church, Driftwood, PA. Benjamin was born on Oct 17, 1888 in Huston Hill, PA and died on Aug 30, 1949 in Verona, PA.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 813 M    i. Harold Ellsworth Miller was born on Jan 23, 1912 in Houston Hill, PA and died on Jan 21, 1985 in Pittsburgh, PA.

  1. Bertha I Murraywas born on Feb 6, 1893 in Benezette, , Elk, PA and died on May 4, 1964 in Orange Co, Pa.
  2. Oscar H Murraywas born on Sep 3, 1896 in Benezette, , Elk, PA and died on Feb 9, 1975 in Tampa, Hillsborough, FL.

Oscar married Margaret M. Ritter circa 1917 in PA. Margaret was born circa 1899 in PA and died after 1945 in Hillsborough, FL.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 814 M    i. Herbert C. Murray was born on Jun 24, 1918 in Verona, Allegheny Co., PA and died on Jul 16, 1973 in Tampa, FL.

+ 815 M    ii. William H. Murray was born circa 1922 in PA and died after 1935 of Tampa FL.

+ 816 M    iii. Hiram I. Murray was born circa 1926 in PA and died after 1935 of Tampa FL.

+ 817 M    iv. Raymond Murray was born circa 1930 in PA and died after 1945 of Tampa FL.

  1. Harold Irvin Murraywas born on Jun 5, 1898 in PA and died on Sep 27, 1960 in Orange Co, CA.

Harold married Carolyn M. Carolyn was born circa 1899 and died after 1930.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 818 M    i. Harold I. Murray

+ 819 M    ii. James L. Murray

+ 820 M    iii. John E. Murray

+ 821 F    iv. Rose M. Murray

  1. Rose V. Murraywas born circa 1904 in PA.
  2. BERNICE Mary Winslowwas born in 1905 in Benezette, , Elk, PA and died after 1978 in Vandergrift, Pa.

BERNICE married Corsie Dale Jones. Corsie was born on May 16, 1897 in Clarington, Forest Co., Pa and died in May 1973.

  1. Francis Bernard Winslowwas born on Jan 7, 1903 in Soldier, Clearfield Co, PA and died on Apr 20, 1994 in Emporium, PA.

Francis married Grace Gontero circa 1926 in PA. Grace was born circa 1904 in Weedville, PA and died in Emporium Pa.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 822 M    i. Francis Winslow

+ 823 F    ii. Catherine Winslow

  1. James ARTHUR Winslowwas born on Oct 22, 1910 in Benezette , Elk, PA and died on Mar 21, 1988 in Youngstown, NY.

James married Tanis Lydia Rameriz on Jul 23, 1933. Tanis was born on May 7, 1908 in Honduras and died on Dec 12, 2002 in Niagara Falls, NY.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 824 M    i. Arthur Robert Winslow

+ 825 M    ii. Liberto Leo Winslow

+ 826 M    iii. James Norman Winslow

+ 827 F    iv. Mary Lou Winslow

  1. Marcella Anna Winslowwas born on Feb 10, 1901 in Benezette, , Elk, PA and died in Aug 1987 in maybe Vandergrift, Pa.

Marcella married James Patrick May on Jun 28, 1922. James was born on Feb 3, 1896 in Westport, Clinton Co., Pa and died on Oct 19, 1972 in Kittanning, Armstrong, Pennsylvania.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 828 M    i. James P. May

+ 829 M    ii. Thomas Eugene May was born on Apr 6, 1937 in Kattaning, PA and died in 2000 in Fullerton, CA.

  1. Loren A. Snuffie Winslowwas born on Nov 11, 1908 in Benezette, Elk, Pennsylvania, died on Jul 28, 1985 in Ridgway, Elk Co., PA, and was buried in Parklawn Memorial Gardens, Ridgway, Elk Co., Pa.
  2. Lucille D. Winslowwas born on Oct 2, 1906 in Benezette, , Elk, PA and died in Apr 1977 in Kersey , Fox Twp, Elk, PA.

Lucille married Albert H. Feldbauer on Sep 16, 1924 in St Marys Elk , Pa. Albert was born on Jul 28, 1903 in St Marys Elk , Pa and died on Dec 10, 1975 in Kersey , Fox Twp, Elk, PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 830 M    i. Albert Feldbauer

+ 831 M    ii. Harold Feldbauer was born on Jul 5, 1928 in Saint Marys, Elk, Pennsylvania and died on Apr 9, 2001 in St Marys Elk , Pa.

+ 832 F    iii. Diane Feldbauer

+ 833 F    iv. Sharon Feldbauer

+ 834 F    v. Shirley Feldbauer

+ 835 F    vi. Bernice Feldbauer was born on Jul 5, 1932 in PA and died in PA.

  1. Beatrice A. Winslowwas born in May 1897 in St Marys, Elk, Pennsylvania and died before 1978 in Driftwood PA.

Beatrice married Mark Leo Blanchard on Jun 25, 1916 in Benezette, Elk Co., PA. Mark was born on Jul 31, 1895 in Driftwood, Cameron Co., PA and died after 1930 of Driftwood, Cameron Co., PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 836 M    i. Mark Blanchard was born circa 1917 in PA.

+ 837 F    ii. Bernadette L. Blanchard was born circa 1919 in Driftwood PA and died in 2002 in St Marys Elk , Pa.

+ 838 M    iii. Joseph Blanchard

+ 839 M    iv. Richard Blanchard

+ 840 F    v. Esther Marcella Blanchard

  1. John ELDON Winslowwas born on Jan 20, 1916 in Benezette, , Elk, PA, died on Dec 5, 1978 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Luthersburg Union Cemetery, Pa.

John married Anna Lillian Gontero on Jul 25, 1950. Anna was born on Oct 16, 1911 in Tyler, Clearfield Co, Pa, died on May 28, 1989 in Big Run , Jefferson Co, PA, and was buried in Luthersburg Cemetery, Pa.

  1. Katherine E. Winslowwas born circa 1913 in Benezette, , Elk, PA and died in Apr 1933 of Kittanning, Armstrong, Pennsylvania.

Noted events in her life were:

  • Death by: supposedly she was killed in a car wreck the night before her wedding
  1. Rose Winslowwas born circa Apr 1899 in St Marys Elk , Pa and died before Apr 15, 1910 in PA.
  2. Ellen A. Winslowwas born on May 10, 1902 in Benezette, Elk Co, PA and died after 1920 in Hanford, Kings, California.
  3. Florence Winslowwas born on Nov 10, 1903 in Benezette, Elk Co, PA and died after 1920 in Hanford, Kings, California.
  4. Susan Medora Winslowwas born on Feb 9, 1905 in Benezette, Elk Co, PA and died on Mar 9, 1982 in Santa Barbara, CA.

Susan married someone Humphries.

  1. Virginia W. Winslowwas born on Mar 11, 1907 in Benezette, Elk Co, PA and died on Jul 24, 1980 in Santa Clara, California.

Virginia married someone Adams.

  1. Charles T. Winslowwas born on Sep 14, 1909 in Lucerne, Kings Co, CA.
  2. Harry Winslowwas born circa 1906 in PA.
  3. Edward Winslowwas born circa 1907 in PA.
  4. Clair H. Winslowwas born on Oct 29, 1910 in PA and died on Jan 2, 1974 in NY.
  5. Hazel Winslowwas born circa 1910 in PA.
  6. Edith Catherine Winslowwas born on Jul 6, 1912 in PA and died on Jan 22, 1998 in Orange Co., CA.
  7. Anna Winslowwas born circa 1916 in PA.
  8. Mary Ellen Winslow
  9. Gerald Lorain Winslowwas born on Jul 25, 1911 in Logan’s Ferry, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania and died on Apr 14, 1972 in La Canada, Los Angeles, California.

Gerald married Irene Ethel Pierce. Irene was born on Nov 1, 1913 in Nebraska.

  1. Donald Kersey Winslowwas born on Sep 25, 1914 in Hanford, Kings Co, Calif and died on Jan 11, 1992 in Pleasanton, Alameda County, California.

Donald married Rowena Dale Sheddrick.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 841 F    i. Sharon Elaine Winslow

+ 842 M    ii. Donald Raymond Winslow

+ 843 M    iii. Rollin Leslie Winslow

  1. Alice Eleanor Winslowwas born on Feb 15, 1911 in Lower Burrell, Westmoreland, Pa and died on Sep 13, 2003 in Lower Burrell, Westmoreland, Pa.

Alice married Darrell G Wetzel. Darrell was born on Jun 12, 1911 in W VA and died on Nov 2, 2002 in Lower Burrell, Westmoreland, Pa.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 844 F    i. Mary Alice Wetzel

  1. Charles J Winslowwas born on Oct 29, 1913 in PA and died on Dec 4, 1999 in Valencia, Butler, Pennsylvania.
  2. Wilson H Winslowwas born on May 30, 1919 in New Kensington, Westmoreland, Pennsylvania and died in Jun 1994 in Altoona, Blair, Pennsylvania.

Wilson married Geraldine Remlinger.

  1. Helen Bernice Winslowwas born circa 1916 in Kings, California.
  2. Lucille Winslowwas born on Jan 4, 1919 in Armona, Kings, California.
  3. Doris L. Winslow
  4. Franklin Julius Winslow
  5. Myron McCord Winslowwas born on Apr 3, 1890 in Winslow/Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Nov 4, 1976 in Riverside, Riverside, California, and was buried in Fairmount Cemetery, Denver, Arapahoe Co., CO.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He appeared on the census in 1900 in Yavapai Arizona Territory.
  • Military: WW1 Registration Form, 1918, Boulder CO.
  1. Willis W Winslowwas born on Dec 8, 1891 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Jun 10, 1916, and was buried in Fairmount Cemetery, Denver, Arapahoe Co., CO.
  2. Walter Winslow Kremkauwas born on May 1, 1881 in Jefferson Co, PA, died on Jul 25, 1948 in Los Angeles County, Calif, and was buried in Los Angeles National Cemetery, Los Angeles, CA.
  3. Marion Augusta Kremkauwas born on May 8, 1888 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Jan 23, 1961 in Catoosa Co., , GA, and was buried in LaFayette Cemetery, LaFayette, GA.
  4. Jessie Florence Kremkauwas born on Jan 7, 1878 in Bell, Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died on Jun 12, 1957 in Los Angeles County, Calif.
  5. Julius Howe Kremkauwas born on Feb 25, 1879 in Bell, Jefferson, PA and died on Jan 11, 1943 in Walla Walla, WA.

Julius married Minnie E. Lundstrom in 1915 in St Paul, Minnesota. Minnie was born on Nov 20, 1890 in St Paul, Minnesota and died on Dec 26, 1966 in Denver, Colorado.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 845 F    i. Marion E. Kremkau was born on Aug 16, 1916 in Minneapolis, Minnesota and died on Nov 8, 1989 in Sun City, Arizona.

+ 846 F    ii. Francis Kremkau was born circa 1918 in MN.

+ 847 M    iii. Calvin Kremkau

  1. Christine A. Kremkauwas born on Aug 1, 1882 in Bell Township, Jefferson Co, Pennsylvania and died in Jun 1907 in New Castle, Lawrence Co, Pa.
  2. Sophia A. Kremkauwas born on Jul 5, 1886 in Jefferson Co , PA, died on Feb 4, 1963 in Walker Co., Pa, and was buried in LaFayette Cemetery, LaFayette, GA.

Sophia married James Wells. James was born circa 1881 in MI.

Sophia next married Edwin Alfred Puryear in 1921. Edwin was born on Jun 21, 1894 in Villanow, Walker Co., GA and died on Apr 15, 1954 in DeKalb Co., GA.

  1. Lulu Louise Kremkauwas born on Oct 31, 1887 in Jefferson Co , PA, died on Apr 13, 1938 in Walker Co., GA, and was buried in LaFayette Cemetery, LaFayette, GA.
  2. Eugene Chapin Kremkauwas born on Jan 14, 1885 in PA and died on Nov 6, 1972 in Broward Co., FL.

Eugene married Bertha M. Davis. Bertha was born circa 1888 in PA.

  1. Stanley Walden Tuckerwas born on Oct 14, 1885 in PA and died in Oct 1967 in Boise, Ada, Idaho.

Stanley married Ellen circa 1925. Ellen was born circa 1891 in MN and died after 1930 of Green Meadow, Ada, Idaho.

  1. Howard Harold Tuckerwas born on Dec 5, 1894 in Punxsutawney, PA, died in Sep 1979 in Boise, Idaho, and was buried in Cloverdale Cemetery, Boise, Idaho.

Howard married Adele Trelour. Adele was born on Sep 1, 1901, died in 1998 in Meridian, , Ada, Idaho, and was buried in Cloverdale Cemetery, Boise, Idaho.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 848 M    i. Ernest H. Tucker was born in 1922 in Boise Idaho and died in 2006 in Boise Idaho.

+ 849 F    ii. Margaret Tucker

+ 850 F    iii. Joann Tucker

  1. Anna MAE Tuckerwas born on Feb 5, 1891 in Winslow, PA, died circa 1978 in Boise, Ida Co, Idaho, and was buried in Buhl, Idaho cemetery.

Anna married William Napier Gibb from 1910 to 1918 in Idaho. William was born on Jan 4, 1882 in Idaho, died in Feb 1959 in Boise, Ada County, Idaho, and was buried in Buhl, Idaho cemetery.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 851 F    i. Mary Lou Gibb died circa 1985 and was buried in Buhl, Idaho cemetery.

+ 852 F    ii. Elizabeth Jane Gibb was born on Aug 18, 1923 in Boise, Ada County, Idaho, died on Dec 14, 1999 in Twin Falls, Twin Falls, Idaho, and was buried in Buhl, Idaho cemetery.

+ 853 F    iii. Carolyn Gibb died circa 1995 in Ogden, Utah and was buried in Ogden, Utah.

+ 854 M    iv. William Gibb died circa 1995 in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

+ 855 M    v. John “Jack” Gibb died in 2008 in California.

+ 856 F    vi. Barbara Gibb died of Ramona, CA.

+ 857 F    vii. Patricia Gibb died of Colorado Springs, Colorado.

  1. Mildred B. Tucker
  2. Carrie E. Tuckerwas born in Apr 1887 in PA.
  3. Wade Winslow Tuckerwas born on May 2, 1892 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died in Mar 1963 in Sikeston, Scott, Missouri.

Wade married Cora A. Nixon circa 1915. Cora was born circa 1900 in MO and died in Jul 1978 in Chicago, IL.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 858 F    i. Mildred M. Tucker was born circa 1916 in MO and died after 1930 in MO.

+ 859 F    ii. Bonnie E. Tucker was born circa 1921 in New Madrid, New Madrid, Missouri and died after 1930 in MO.

+ 860 M    iii. Robert Tucker was born circa 1917 in New Madrid, New Madrid, Missouri and died before 1930 in MO.

  1. Carrie A. Winslowwas born on Mar 18, 1889 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.
  2. Eleanor E. Winslowwas born on May 11, 1892 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died on Jan 18, 1979 in Los Angeles, CA.
  3. Walter Homer Winslowwas born on Nov 1, 1895 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died in May 1978 of Holidaysburg, Allegheny Twp, Blair Co, Pa.
  4. Robert Burns Winslowwas born on Oct 24, 1898 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died in Jul 1984 in Hollidaysburg, Blair Co., PA.

Robert married Mary LaNora “Nora” Shannon circa 1923. Mary was born in Jun 1893 in Blair Co, Pa and died after 1930 in Blair Co, Pa.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 861 M    i. Robert E. Winslow

  1. Dorothy M. Winslowwas born on Mar 2, 1901 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died on Mar 13, 1983 in Dolestown, Bucks Co., Pa.

Dorothy married Manuel G. Ross.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 862 F    i. Martha A. Ross was born on Dec 24, 1902 in PA and died on Dec 31, 1990 in Los Angeles County, Calif.

+ 863 F    ii. Beatrice Constance Ross was born on Feb 16, 1905 in PA and died in Jun 1971.

  1. Martha A. Winslowwas born on Dec 24, 1902 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died on Dec 31, 1990 in Los Angeles County, Calif.

Martha married someone Ross.

  1. Constance BEATRICE Winslowwas born circa 1905 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died after 1920 in Blair, Blair, Pennsylvania.
  2. Byron M. Winslowwas born in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died on Dec 10, 1894 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.
  3. Ruth Elizabeth Winslowwas born on Oct 4, 1908 in Young Township, Jefferson Co, Pa and died on Oct 25, 1987 in Myrtle Beach, Horry Co., SC.

Ruth married Lawrence Paul Rishel. Lawrence was born on Jun 29, 1905 in PA and died in Jun 1954.

  1. Sarah Margaret Winslowwas born on Nov 14, 1907 in Young Township, Jefferson, PA, died on Apr 11, 1992 in Indiana, Indiana Co., and was buried in Kittanning Cemetery, Armstrong Co., PA.

Sarah married Arthur Raymond Helm on Jan 2, 1932. Arthur was born on Jan 15, 1906 in Mosgrove, Armstrong Co., Pa, died on Feb 22, 1958 in Kittanning, Armstrong Co., Pa, and was buried in Kittanning Cemetery, Armstrong Co., PA.

  1. Harry C. Winslow Jrdied after 1965.
  2. Christine Winslowwas born circa 1911 in PA and died after 1965.
  3. Susan A. Winslowwas born on Feb 7, 1915 in PA and died on Apr 19, 1973 in Santa Clara Co., CA.

Susan married Joseph R. McAllister.

  1. Harry Clark Winslowwas born on Apr 28, 1921 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died on Aug 12, 2003.

Harry married Helen Francis Murphy.

  1. Florence Boyerwas born in Jul 1886 in Harrisburg, Dauphin Co., PA.

Florence married someone Guyer.

  1. Frank Deweese Boyerwas born on Jul 27, 1887 in Harrisburg, Dauphin Co., PA and died after 1930 of Harrisburg, Dauphin Co., PA.

Frank married Grace E. Sipe. Grace was born circa 1891 in PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 864 F    i. Maude E. Boyer was born circa 1909 in PA.

+ 865 F    ii. Helen E. Boyer was born circa 1914 in PA.

+ 866 M    iii. Frank D. Boyer was born circa 1916 in PA.

  1. Harvey Anderson Boyerwas born on Feb 4, 1890 in Harrisburg, Dauphin Co, Pennsylvania and died after 1942 in Harrisburg, Dauphin Co, Pennsylvania.

Harvey married Anna Mae. Anna died after 1942 in Harrisburg, Dauphin Co, Pennsylvania.

  1. William H. Boyerwas born on Sep 12, 1892 in Harrisburg, Dauphin Co, Pennsylvania and died after 1920.

William married Annie E. Noel. Annie was born circa 1893 in PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 867 M    i. Lester H. Boyer was born circa 1918 in PA.

+ 868 M    ii. Richard C. Boyer

  1. James Cassellwas born circa 1895.
  2. Herbert N. Howardwas born on Apr 3, 1880 in Harrisburg, Dauphin Co, Pennsylvania and died on Mar 7, 1925 in Mt Zion, GA.

Herbert married Estella May Searles on Aug 24, 1909 in Pittsford, Monroe, New York. Estella was born on Sep 29, 1881 in Harrison Valley, Potter Co., Pennsylvania and died on Jan 1, 1973 in Pasadena, California.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 869 F    i. Emily Howard was born on Nov 12, 1910 and died on Jul 11, 1976.

  1. Emily Cassel Sharpwas born in 1899 in Coatesville, Pa.

Emily married John Eldon McLathie. John was born in 1899 in Ontario, Canada.

  1. Margaret Rachel Sharpwas born on Jul 15, 1890 in St Louis , MO, died on Aug 29, 1983 in San Diego, CA, and was buried in St Louis , MO.

Margaret married David Sutherland on Feb 25, 1915 in St Louis , MO. David was born in 1891 and died in 1968.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 870 M    i. David Barnett Sutherland was born on Sep 1, 1919 in St Louis , MO and died of Fuquay Varina, NC., USA.

  1. Kathryn C. Sharpwas born on Apr 28, 1905 in St Louis , MO.
  2. Charlotte W. Sharpwas born circa 1897 in PA.
  3. Margaret Lucretia Zierdenwas born on Feb 1, 1907 in Johnsonburg, Elk, Pennsylvania and died on Sep 5, 2003 in Granite Farms Estate, Middletown, Pa..

Margaret married Ralph Lawrence Sharp on Apr 27, 1926 in St Petersburg, Pinellas Co, Fl. Ralph was born on Sep 15, 1906 in Knoxville, TN, died on Feb 11, 1945 in Media, Delaware, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 871 F    i. Elizabeth Anne “Betsy” Sharp was born on Nov 23, 1938 in Media, Delaware, Pennsylvania, died on Aug 12, 2007 in Southport, Wilmington, NC, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Punxsutawney, Pa.

+ 872 M    ii. Ralph Lawrence Sharp was born on Dec 11, 1930 in St. Petersburg, Florida and died after 2010 of Chester County, Pa.

Margaret next married John Alfred Lank on Aug 12, 1948 in Elkton, Cecil, MD. John was born on Jan 13, 1896, died on Nov 29, 1962 in Delaware Co., Pa, and was buried in Mt Hope Cemetery.

  1. Abigail Cecelia Abbie Zierdenwas born on Apr 10, 1889 in Johnsonburg, Elk, Pennsylvania, died on Dec 23, 1970 in Columbia, Richland, SC, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

General Notes: Obituary of Abbie Zierden Morgan Johnsonburg Press 01/14/1971 (4-6_

FORMER RESIDENT DIED IN S. CAROLINA
Funeral services for Mrs. Abbie Zierden Morgan, 81, were held recently with burial in Circle Hill Cemetary, Punxsutwaney, Pa.. She died Wednesday, December 23, at Columbia, S. C. She was former Johnsonburg resident.
Mrs. Morgan was born in Punxsutwaney and was a daughter of the late William E and Ella Johnson Zierden.
She was an aunt of Mrs. William Swanson and Ernest Zierden of Johnsonburg.
Survivors are two daughters, Miss Bettie Morgan, Columbia, S.C. and Mrs. Howard B Hughes of Cleveland, Ohio; a son Samuel Morgan of Carlisle; theree sisters, Mrs. John Lank of Lima, Pa.; Mrs. John DeHaven White of Concordvill, and Mrs. John Pratt of Tucson, Arizona, and a brother William W. Zierden of BrynMawr. Her hsuband Samuel W. Mrgan preceded her in death.

Press 10/13/1911-MARRIED WEDNESDAY -CECILIA ABIGAL ZIERDEN BRIDE OF SAMUEL W. MORGAN
REV COOPER TIED THE KNOT
HAPPY COUPLE LEFT SOON AFTER CEREMONY ON A TEN DAY WEDDING TRIP TO POINT OF INTEREST ON THE GREAT LAKES

Wednesday morning at eleven o’clock occurred the marriage of Miss Abigal Zierden to Samuel W. Morgan of this place, at the home of the bride’s parents, in the presence of the immediate families and relatives, the Rev. John H. Cooper of the Presbyterian church officiating.
Miss Zierden wore a beautiful gown of white satin and was attended by her sister, Miss Edith, who wore a gown of blue crepe de chine. The groom was attended by his brother, John H. Morgan of Pittsburg. They wore the conventional black.
Miss Emma Zierden, sister of the bride, played Lohengren’s wedding march as the bridal couple entered the parlor, and rendered Mendelsshon’s march when the happy couple were receiving congratuations.
Immediately after the ceremony a wedding breakfast was served to the guests present.
Miss Zierden is the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Zierden, and has practically spent her entire life here. Mr Morgan is also well and favorably known, and holds a postiion as manager of the Zierden Store Co.
The wedding presents were numerous and beautiful. Among them was a beautiful set of Haviland china, cut glass punch set, solid silver tea spoons, silver bread tray, also a family heirloom of a shawl over one hundred years old, from her grandmother, Mrs Nicholas Zierden of Dubois, Pa. and others too numerous to mention.
The happy couple left on the B. R. & P. northbound flyer for a ten days wedding trip, which will include Buffalo, Cleveland, Detroit and other places of interest. They will be at home on Penn Street after the first of November.
The Press joins with a host of friends in extending heartiest congratualations

Abigail married Samuel W. Morgan on Oct 11, 1911 in Johnsonburg, Elk Co, Pa. Samuel was born in 1878, died in Mar 1943 in Johnstown , Cambria, Pa, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

General Notes: Obituary from Johnsonburg Press, 03/19/1943
DIED IN JOHNSTOWN
Samuel W Morgan, 64, associated with Zierden’s Department Store here for a long period years ago, died Saturday afgternoon in Lee Hospital, Johnstown, Pa. where he was a patient for one day. A well known member of Masonic orders , he had been employed as salesman for North American Fibre Products. Co. of that city. He was born Sept 30th, 1870 in Brisbin, Clearfield Co. Funeral services tookplace Tuesday at Punxsutawney. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Abbie Zierden Morgan and five children.
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JOHNSONBURG PRESS 11/30/1923 PAGE 5-5
S. W. Morgan, a former manager of the Zierden Store, who is now selling plumbing supplies for a Pittsburgh firm was here last week calling on the local trade and made the Press a social call.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 873 F    i. Betty Morgan was born circa 1913 in PA.

+ 874 F    ii. Grace Morgan was born circa 1915 in PA.

+ 875 M    iii. Samuel Morgan was born on Jun 9, 1928 and died on Apr 23, 1997.

  1. Edith Rebecca Zierdenwas born on Apr 10, 1891 in Johnsonburg, Elk, Pennsylvania, died on May 14, 1973 in Tuscon, AZ, and was buried in Tucson Memorial Park East Lawn.

Edith married John William Jack Pratt on Jun 25, 1914. John was born on May 10, 1892 in PA and died on Dec 6, 1966 in Tucson, Pima, Arizona.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 876 F    i. A. Christine Pratt was born circa 1916 in PA.

  1. Ernest Blaine Zierdenwas born on Mar 10, 1893 in Johnsonburg, Elk, Pennsylvania, died on May 14, 1970 in Monterey Park, Los Angeles, California, and was buried in Los Angeles National Cemetery.

Ernest married Ruth Esther Ritchey. Ruth was born on Oct 2, 1892 in Erie, Allegheny, Pennsylvania, died on May 28, 1973 in Bellflower, Los Angeles, California, and was buried in Los Angeles National Cemetery.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 877 M    i. Richard L. Zierden was born circa 1915 in PA.

+ 878 F    ii. Marjorie E. Zierden

  1. Emma Alicia Zierdenwas born on Nov 9, 1894 in Johnsonburg, Elk, Pennsylvania, died in May 1972 in Media, Delaware co., Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

Emma married John DeHaven White III on Dec 31, 1936 in Philadelphia, Pa. John was born on Oct 15, 1879 in PA and died on May 20, 1957 in Media, Delaware, PA.

  1. Leonard Nicholas Zierdenwas born on Apr 9, 1896 in Johnsonburg, Elk, Pennsylvania and died on Apr 12, 1955 in Los Angeles County, Calif.

General Notes: JOHNSONBURG PRESSAPRIL 1955
‘BURG NATIVE DIES IN CALIFORNIA
RITES FRIDAY FOR LEONARD ZIERDEN
Leonard Zierden, 59, a native of Johnsonburg and a resident of there until 1921, died Tuesday morning, 04/12/1955 at his home in Los Angeles, California, after a week’s illness. The funeral will be held Friday at Los Angeles and interment will take place there. Relatives in Johnsonburg were informed of his death last night. Mr. Zierden, born April 9th, 1896, in Johnsonburg, observed his 59th birthday last Saturday. He was a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Ernest Zierden, of Johnsonburg. His father was a merchant for many years. The deceased went to Alaska in 1941 and traveled to various places, establishing residence in Los Angeles in 1946. He leaves a daughter, Mrs. William Swanson (Margaret), a son, Ernest Zierden, a granddaughter, Sonya Swanson, of Johnsonburg and grandson, Gary Zierden of Washington, DC. He was divorced from his first wife Lena Steudler Zierden in 1921. His second wife was Pauline Connelly Zierden (Divorced) To this union he had two children, Barbara Ann Zierden Brooks daughter and William Royce Zierden, son if Florida. Also Granddaughter Monty Sue Brooks. Surviving are also five sisters: and three brothers: Mrs. John W. Pratt (Edith)Philadelphia, Pa., Mrs. Samuel Morgan (Abigail) Harrisburg, Mrs. John DeHaven White(Emma Alicia,) Chester, Pa., Mrs. Arthur R. Peterson (Grace) Chicago, Ill., Mrs. John Link(Margaret), Media, Pa., George Zierden, Norfolk, Va., William Zierden, Newstown Square, Pa. and Ernest Zierden, Los Angeles, Ca. His father, William Ernest Zierden died in December 1948 and his mother Ella Johnson Zierden in April 1953

Press 06/29/1917 (1-3)
Steudler—-Zierden Wedding

Last Saturday evening Leonard N. Zierden, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Zierden, and Miss Lena, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Steudler, of the Silver Creek rd., were quietly married at the bride’s home, the Rev. B. L. Perry of the M. E. church officiating. The ceremony was followed by the usual wedding supper. The Press offers hearty congratuations.
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Ridgway Advocate 03/31/1921

Lena Zierden
vs
Leonard Zierden
In the Court of Common Pleas of Elk county, Pennsylvania, No. 39, January Term, 1921, Subpoena in Divorce.
To Leonard Zierden, Respondent in above entitled Case:
You are hereby notified in pursuance of an order of the Court of Common Pleas of Elk County, Pennsylvania, to be and appear in said court on the first Monday of April, 1921, being the 4th day of the said heretofore preferred by the libellant, Lena Zierden, your wife, and to show cause if any you have why the said Lena Zierden should not be divorced from the bonds of matrimony entered into with you agreeably to the Act of Assembly in such case made and provided. Hereof fail not under penalty of having the said petition heard and decree of divorce granted against you in your absence.
WM. SIMONS
Sheriff of Elk Co.
Sheriff’s office, Ridgway, Pa.
Feb. 28, 1921

Leonard married Lena Alfreda Steudler on Jun 23, 1917 in Johnsonburg, Elk Co. Pennsylvania. Lena was born on Jan 23, 1898 in Rolfe, Johnsonburg, PA, died on Oct 24, 1954 in Ridgway Hospital, Ridgway, PA, and was buried in Wardvale Cemetery, Johnsonburg, PA, section 4.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 879 M    i. Ernest Henry Zierden was born on Jun 20, 1917 in Johnsonburg, Elk Co. Pennsylvania, died on Dec 7, 1980 in Johnsonburg, PA, and was buried in Wardvale Cemetery, Johnsonburg, PA, section 4.

+ 880 F    ii. Margaret Anna Zierden was born on Jun 25, 1918 in Silver Creek Johnsonburg, Elk Co, Pa and died after 2010 of St Marys, Elk, Pa.

Leonard next married Pauline Connelly on Nov 26, 1930. Pauline was born on Nov 10, 1912 in Fitzgerald, GA and died in Brooksville, Florida.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 881 F    i. Barbara Ann Zierden

+ 882 M    ii. William Royce Zierden

  1. Grace Elizabeth Zierdenwas born on May 27, 1898 in Johnsonburg, Elk, Pennsylvania, died on Feb 26, 1970 in Niles, Cook Co., IL, and was buried in Memory Gardens cemetery , Arlington Heights, Illinois.

General Notes: JOHNSONBURG PRESS 04/13/1923- FORMER PAPER CITY GIRL IS MARRIED IN CHICAGO.
Miss Grace Zierden of Media and Arthur Peterson of Chicago, were married in the latter city last Saturday. Owing to a recent bereavement in the family of the bridegroom, the wedding was a very quiet one. Prior to the ceremony Miss Zierden was a guest of Mr. Peterson’s cousin, Mrs. Walter Freeman. Mr. Peterson is the son of Mrs. E.B.Peterson of the Wilcox House and is successfully engaged in business in the “Windy City”. The newly-weds have the good wishes of a host of friends for a happy life journey together.

Grace married Arthur Raymond Peterson on Apr 6, 1923 in Chicago, IL. Arthur was born on Jun 18, 1896 in Wilcox, Elk Co., Pa and died in Jul 1977 in Arlington Heights, Cook Co., IL.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 883 F    i. Jane Peterson

  1. William Winslow Zierdenwas born on Mar 21, 1901 in Johnsonburg, Elk, Pennsylvania, died on Dec 12, 1973 in Bryn Mawr, Delaware, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Lower Merion Baptist Cemetery.

William married Rose Isabella Diamond circa Dec 1940. Rose was born on Nov 13, 1906 in Media, Delaware, PA and died on Jan 28, 1996 in Media, Delaware, PA.

  1. George Cornelius Zierdenwas born on Oct 23, 1903 in Johnsonburg, Elk, Pennsylvania and died on Jun 15, 1967 in Norfolk, VA.

General Notes: OBITUARY JBG PRESS 07/13/1967 (1-4)
GEORGE ZIERDEN, BURG NATIVE, DIED AT NORFOLK
George C. Zierden, 563, claim manager of American Mutual Liability Insurance Co. in Norfold, Va. died June 15 in his home at 220 Neoma Drive there. A native of Johnsonburg and a Norfold resident 22 years, he was the husband of Mr. Mildred Ford Zierden and a son of the late William Ernest and Mrs. Ella Johnson Zierden. He was a member of Miles Memorial Methodist church.
Besides his widow, he is survived by his two sons, William Ernest Zierden of Atlanta, Robert W. Zierden of Kansas City, Kansas; five sisters, Mrs. Abbie Morgan of Columbia, S.C., Mrs. Edith Pratt of Tucson, Ariz., Mrs. Emma White of West Chester, Pa., Mrs. Grace Peterson of Park Ridge, Ill., and Mrs Margaret Lank, of Lima, Pa.; and two brothers, Ernest Zierden of Monterey Park, Calif., and W. W. Zierden of Bryn Mawr, Pa. Funeral was Sunday, June 19 in Hollomon-Brown Funeral Home with burial in Forest Lawn cemetery.
Many contributions in his memory were received by the American Cancer society and a bronze plaque bearing his name is about to be placed at headquarters.

George married Dorothy from 1920 to 1930 in PA. Dorothy was born circa 1907 in NJ and died from 1930 to 1937 of Wilmington, New Castle, Delaware.

George next married Mildred Amy Ford on Sep 2, 1937 in Pensacola, Escambia, FL. Mildred was born on Apr 5, 1911 in East Bangor, Northampton, Pa and died in Jun 1985 in maybe Norfolk, Norfolk City county, VA..

Children from this marriage were:

+ 884 M    i. William Zierden

+ 885 M    ii. Robert Zierden

  1. Sarah “Emma” Zeitlerwas born on Nov 26, 1887 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died in 1954 in probably Young Twp, Jefferson Co, Pa.

Sarah married William Merle “Merle” Dougherty. William was born in Apr 1872 in PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 886 M    i. Kenneth Daugherty

+ 887 M    ii. David Daugherty

+ 888 M    iii. Don Daugherty

+ 889 F    iv. Sally Daugherty

+ 890 M    v. Robert Daugherty

+ 891 M    vi. Jack Daugherty

Sarah next married George Harmon Cox. George was born circa 1882 in PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 892 M    i. William Cox

+ 893 F    ii. Nancy Cox

  1. Charles W. Zeitlerwas born on Feb 15, 1892 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died in 1893 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.
  2. Mary Sophia Zeitlerwas born on May 7, 1894 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died in 1930.

Mary married Otto Lawrence Weisenborn on Aug 1, 1931. Otto was born on Sep 29, 1892 in IL, died on Oct 19, 1959 in Dallas Co., TX, and was buried in Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA.

  1. Ella E. Zeitlerwas born on Oct 12, 1890 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died in 1954 in Young Twp, Jefferson Co, Pa, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. F, Row 4).

Ella married Edgar Earl North. Edgar was born on Sep 26, 1883 in Jefferson Co, PA, died in 1953 in Young Twp, Jefferson Co, Pa, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. F, Row 4).

The child from this marriage was:

+ 894 M    i. Irwin Taylor North was born on Nov 23, 1928 in Young Twp, Jefferson, Pa, died on Jul 4, 1992 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

  1. Merritt Winslow Joneswas born on Feb 20, 1866 in Maybe Benezette, Elk, PA and died on Apr 11, 1949 in San Diego, CA.

Merritt married Lillian E. in 1897. Lillian was born in Jul 1875 in PA and died after 1930 of Ramona, San Diego, California.

  1. Harry McColmanwas born in Sep 1883 in IA.
  2. Ada McColmanwas born in Jul 1891 in WA.
  3. Etta May Winslowwas born on Feb 12, 1877 in Benezette, Elk , Pa, died on May 6, 1960 in Colville, Stevens Co, WA, and was buried in Highland Cemetery, Colville, WA.
  4. Helen Minerva Winslowwas born on Jul 17, 1903 in Brockport, Elk Co, Pa, died on Jul 17, 1983 in St Marys, Elk, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Beechwoods Cemetery, Falls Creek, PA.

Helen married Quinn Humphries McLaughlin on Jun 11, 1926 in Tyrone, Blair, Pa. Quinn was born on Sep 1, 1900 in Lanes Mills, Jefferson Co., PA, died on Mar 5, 1996 in Ridgway, Elk Co., PA, and was buried in Beechwoods Cemetery, Falls Creek, PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 895 M    i. David O McLaughlin

+ 896 M    ii. Donald Winslow McLaughlin was born in 1927 in PA and died in 1991.

  1. Burr Horton Winslowwas born on Jun 15, 1891 in Brockport, Horton City, Elk Co., PA, died on Mar 9, 1978 in Alameda, Alameda Co CA, and was buried in Golden Gate National Cemetery, San Bruno, CA.

General Notes: On a to Reno in March of 1927, Burr Winslow had an oil line break on him as he was crossing Donner Summit. Blinded by leaking oil, he managed to cut his motor off, and glide into the Truckee emergency field. The rough, hard crusted snow on the strip caused the nose of the plane to dig into the snow, flipping over the biplane on its back. Winslow was unhurt, but the plane was badly damaged. The mail and pilot were hauled to Truckee by sleigh, and put on the train to continue the trip eastward. Claire Vance and Burr Winslow flew the most trips over theSierra. Each logged over 1900 flights over the hump of the Sierra Others flew without major crashes and had long happy careers flying commercial passengers. Harry “The Hawk” Huking flew for United Airlines until 1971, Winslow flew commercially for decades as well.

WINSLOW, Burr Horton. U. S. AIR MAIL SERVICE PILOT. : (1891-1978 ). Lumber, mining and oil businesses (1910-17); USAS (1917-19); Reserve Military Aviator and 2nd LT, at Call Field (1918); instructor at Post Field (1919); U. S. Air Mail Service pilot (1920-27); he was appointed 9-22-1920 and assigned at College Park MD (1920), Chicago IL (1920-21), St. Louis MO (1921), Cheyenne WY (1921), Rock Springs WY (1921), Chicago IL (1921-22), San Francisco CA (1922-25) and Concord (1925-27); flew a total of 2,886 hours and 256,553 miles during his tenure and by 12-31-24 he had flown 1,501 miles at night; he flew with Boeing Air Transport (1928); Transport Pilot rating no. 1187 (1928); flew air mail for Boeing Air Transport on CAM route 18 (1933). (2LT, ASSORC.).

Winslow, Burr H.
Air Mail Service Began: September 22, 1920 Air Mail Service Ended: June 30, 1927 Total Hours Flown: 2885.57 Total Miles Flown: 256,553 Assignments: College Park, Maryland October 16, 1920 \endash Chicago. Illinois February 1, 1921 \endash St. Louis, Missouri July 1, 1921 \endash Cheyenne, Wyoming July 16, 1921 \endash Rock Springs, Wyoming October 9, 1921 \endash Chicago, Illinois January 1, 1922 \endash San Francisco, California May 1, 1925 \endash Concord, California On August 21, 1923, Burr Winslow flew on the first coast-to-coast experimental day and night airmail service, carrying the mail from San Francisco to Reno. He carried the mail from San Francisco to Reno. Winslow took off from Crisey Field in California at 5:50 a.m., landing in Reno with 64 pounds of first-class mail at 7:46 a.m.

All of the pilots were veterans of the U.S. Army, and some saw battle up close. The battles against Sierra natural forces with new technology were as deadly as fighting a dogfight over France in The Great War. Men such as Monte Mouton, Ray Little, Claire Vance, Eugene Johnson, Burr Winslow, William Blanchfield, Rex Levisee, Jack Sharpnack, and Harry Huking flew the mails over the Sierra, leading a life of adventure and skirting danger most of the time.
Air Mail pilots flew the Donner Pass route. They followed the Southern Pacific Railroad and Lincoln Highway so that they could navigate in bad weather, and so they could be rescued quickly if their plane went down.
Air Mail pilots also navigated by compass, sight, and dead reckoning. It was truly flying by the seat of their pants. The men had to know how to fly, how to put it down and stay alive, and repair the plane miles from anywhere. They also had to know Sierra weather.
Pilots had to dress in fur lined leather jackets and pants, Eskimo boots, a lined leather flying helmet, and goggles to survive flying in good weather or bad, dry or wet. All with no heater.
The pilots were not braggarts and mostly avoided publicity, but the press kept track of their exploits and to the public they were heros. 300 to 500 pounds of mail were stashed in the front compartment, while the pilot sat in the back, behind the wing, adding to his visibility and horizontal stability.

Founding Member of “Order of the Daedalians”

Noted events in his life were:

  • He was employed. Appointed A U.S. Airmail Pilot From Sept. 22, 1920 To 6-30-27 He Flew The First Airmail To Rawlins, Wyoming. He was a Lt pilot in WW1 US Army Signal Servie, Aviation. He was one of the last surviving air mail pilots. and a fouinding member of the Dadaelions- an aviaiton association.
  • He was employed on August 21, 1923, Burr Winslow Flew On The First Coast-To-Coast Experimental Day And Night Airmail Service, Carrying The Mail From San Francisco To Reno..

Burr married Adeline Laura Styles in 1941. Adeline was born on Apr 1, 1904 in TX, died on Jun 1, 1959 in Alameda Co, Calif, and was buried in Golden Gate National Cemetery, San Bruno, CA.

Noted events in her life were:

  • Alt Name: Adeline Laura Marsh.
  1. Dr Harry David Winslowwas born on Aug 19, 1893 in Brockport, Elk Co, Pa and died on Oct 21, 1960 in Los Angeles County, Calif.

Harry married Lois Elinor Miller on Dec 29, 1930. Lois was born on Feb 21, 1904 in PA and died on Jan 23, 1992 in Orange Co., CA.

  1. Ruth Bernice Winslowwas born on Jan 31, 1897 in Brockport, Elk Co, Pa, died on Feb 8, 1987 in PA, and was buried in Oakmont Cemetery, Ridgway, PA.

Ruth married Gustav Henry Brumberg on Jun 16, 1920 in Brockport, Elk Co., PA. Gustav was born on Apr 13, 1893 in Shawmut, Elk Co., PA, died on Feb 25, 1987 in Emporium, Cameron Co., PA, and was buried in Oakmont Cemetery, Ridgway, PA.

  1. Esther Grace Winslowwas born on May 26, 1901 in Brockport, Elk Co., PA, died on Oct 14, 1993 in DuBois, Clearfield Co., PA, and was buried in Beechwoods Cemetery, Falls Creek, PA.

Esther married Howard Ray McLaughlin on Sep 25, 1925 in Kane, McKean, PA. Howard was born on Jun 4, 1894 in Lanes Mills, Jefferson Co., PA, died on Mar 29, 1965 in Pittsburgh, Allegheny Co., PA, and was buried in Beechwoods Cemetery, Falls Creek, PA.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 897 F    i. Evelyn G. McLaughlin

  1. Elton Paul Winslowwas born on May 26, 1901 in Brockport, Elk Co, Pa, died on Nov 26, 1984 in Dubois Clearfield, PA, and was buried in St Boniface Cemetery, Kersey, Pa.

General Notes: Elton P Winslow , 83, Brockport RD 1 died Monday Nov 26 1984 at the DuBois Hospital.
A son of Orrin S and Minnie Horton Winslow, he was born May 26, 1901 in Brockport.
Mr Winslow was a retired employee of Brockway Glass Co, Inc.
Surviving are his wife Marguerite Gschewenddner; a duaghter Dee Ann Gulvana, Harrisburg, three grandchildren, two sisters Ruth Brumberg Ridgway, Esther McLaughlin, Treasure Island.
He was preceded in death by his parents , three brothers, and a sister.
Friends will be received from 2-4 pm and 7-9 pm Wednesday at the Carlson Funeral Home, Brockway where services will be held at 11 am Thursday with Msgr Louis Heberlein officiating.
Interment wil be made in St Boniface Cemetery, Kersey.

Elton married Marguerite Marcella Gschwendtner in Aug 1937. Marguerite was born on Jul 3, 1906 in Kersey , Fox Twp, Elk, PA, died on Apr 9, 1991 in DuBois , Clearfield, PA, and was buried in St Boniface Cemetery, Kersey, Pa.

General Notes: Marguerite G Winslow , 84, of RD 1 Brockport died Tuesday April 9, 1991 at DuBois Regional Medical Center-West. She taught school in Horton Township and Brockway school before retirement.
She was born July 3, 1906 in Kersey. She was married to Elton Winslow , he preceded her in death in 1984.
She was a member of St Tobias Catholic Church and the Pennsylvania Association of School Retirees.
She is survived by a daughter Dee Ann Gluvna of Halifax Pa, three grandchildren a sister Louisse Maher of St Marys.
In addition to her husband she was preceded in death by two brothers and six sisters.
Funeral arrangements were in charge of the Carlson Funeral Home Brockway. Mass of Christian Burial was held at 9 am Thursday at St Tobias Catholic Church with Monsignor Louis Heberlein as celebrant. Interment was in St Boniface Cemetery Kersey. Memorial may be made to the Brockway Student Loan Fund c/o Brockway Area High School.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 898 F    i. Dee Ann Winslow died after 1991.

  1. Rev Harold Hezekiah Winslowwas born on Aug 19, 1893 in Brockport, Elk Co, Pa, died on Dec 4, 1944 in South Bend , IN, and was buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Warsaw, IN.

General Notes: Death of H H Winslow; Educator, Missionary
Harold H Winslow son of Orrin S and Minnie L Winslow was born August 19, 1893 at Brockport Pa and died December 4, 1944 at Healthwin Sanatorium, South Bend Ind.
For a number of years he was engaged in public school work as a teacher and supervising principal.
He was principal of the Horton Township schools and also principal of Snyder Townsip schools in the early 1920s. He also was a teacher in Brockway High School and as such made many loyal friends throughout this territory who regret the ending of such a useful life.
He was a graduate of Greenville College and of New York Biblical Seminary.
He was a ministerial member of the Oil City Conference of the Free Methodist Church. For four years he served Greenville College- two years as Professor of Theology and two years as Dean of Religion. He was a missionary to China where he led a most strenous life looking after the interestes of the mission compounds, going through a Japanese siege, and directing the care of thousands of refugees. For the past two years he served the Free Methodist Church as general missionary secrretary residing at Winona Lake Ind, 4th headquarters of the Free Methodist Church. As general missionary secretary he was in charge of the missionary program of the church which covers several foreign fields as well as several home mission fields. Because of the world war which has affected nearly every mission field the repsonsibilities of these two years have been heavy. He resigned this poistion in October of this year because of failing health.
He is survived by his wife Carolyn Van Valin Winslow and tow sons Paul Harold and Harry Francis; by his mother Minnie L Winslow of Brockport Pa by three sisters; Helen McLaughlin Brockport Pa, Esther McLauglin New Kensington Pa, and Ruth Brumberg of Ridgway Pa; by three brothers Elton Winslow of Brockport, Burr Winslow Alameda Calif, and his twin Harry Winslow Park Ridge Ill.
Funeral services were held in the Winona Lake Free Methodist Church with Dr B L Olmstead local pastor in charge. Bishop M D Ormston president of the Commission on Missions of the Free Methodist Church brought a comforting message and Bishop L R Marston who was president of Greenville College at the time of Mr Winslow was on the faculty there gave a tribute. The obituary was read by Dr L M Lowell program director of the Light and Life Hour. Burial was at Oakwood Cemetery Warsaw Ind.

Harold married Carolyn Van Valin on Aug 16, 1932 in Spring Arbor, Jackson, MI. Carolyn was born on Feb 8, 1903 in PA and died on Apr 7, 1983.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 899 M    i. Paul Harold Winslow

+ 900 M    ii. Harry Francis Winslow

  1. Gladys L Winslowwas born in Jul 1897 in Brockway, Jefferson, Pa and died after 1930 of Portland, Multnomah, Oregon.

Noted events in her life were:

  • Misc: Gladys and Barbara Jean birth dates an issue., marraige seems to be issue also

Gladys married William Patrick Shirk on Oct 15, 1919 in Spokane, Spokane, WA. William was born on Sep 14, 1895 in Pullman, WA and died on Dec 21, 1971 in Spokane, Spokane, Washington.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 901 F    i. Barbara Jean Shirk was born circa 1912 in OR and died after 1930 of Portland, Multnomah, Oregon.

  1. Dean Hendricks Winslowwas born on May 7, 1898 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died on Jul 14, 1979 in Kingston, Kitsap Co., WA.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He has conflicting birth information of Colville, Stevens Co, WA.

Dean married Eslie Marie Dahlin.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 902 M    i. Dean H. Pete Winslow was born on Oct 19, 1934 in Seattle, King Co., WA and died in Sep 1972 in San Francisco, CA.

+ 903 F    ii. Diane Winslow

  1. Grace E. Winslowwas born in Jan 1900 in Colville, Stevens, Washington or PA and died after 1930 of Portland, Multnomah, Oregon.
  2. James C. Winslowwas born on Feb 9, 1902 in Colville, Stevens Co., WA and died on Dec 30, 1974 in Washington Co., Oregon.

James married Lenore C. Myers. Lenore was born on Mar 24, 1910 in Lincoln, Kewaunee, WI and died on Sep 29, 1996 in Lake Oswego, Clackamas Co., Oregon.

  1. Florence Anne Winslowwas born on Nov 18, 1904 in Colville, Stevens Co, WA, died on Aug 4, 1980 in Multnomah Co., OR, and was buried in Rose City Cemetery, Portland, OR.

Florence married Wallace Soren Priestley on Dec 31, 1925. Wallace was born on May 25, 1902 in OR, died on Aug 14, 1969 in Multnomah Co., OR, and was buried in Rose City Cemetery, Portland, OR.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 904 F    i. Shirley Anne Priestley died in 1969 in Need To Check.

+ 905 M    ii. Wallace Schuyler Priestley was born on Jul 17, 1931 in <Colville, Stevens, Washington>, died on Sep 10, 1990, and was buried in Rose City Cemete, Portland, Multnomah, Oregon.

  1. Helen S. Winslowwas born circa 1908 in prob Colville, Stevens Co, WA and died after 1930 of Portland, Multnomah, Oregon.
  2. Elizabeth C. Winslowwas born circa 1913 in prob Colville, Stevens Co, WA and died after 1930 of Portland, Multnomah, Oregon.
  3. Orrin Satterlee Goodwas born on May 5, 1874 in Clinton Co, PA, died in 1958 in maybe Spokane, Spokane, Washington, and was buried in Highland Cemetery, Lock Haven, Clinton Co., PA.
  4. Sarah Beeber Goodwas born on Jul 31, 1877 in Clinton Co, PA, died on Sep 13, 1940 in Lock Haven , Clinton Co., PA, and was buried in Highland Cemetery, Lock Haven, Clinton Co., PA.

Sarah married James Edwin Quigley on Oct 16, 1901 in PA. James was born on Feb 9, 1873 in PA, died on Apr 11, 1915, and was buried in Highland Cemetery, Lock Haven, Clinton Co., PA.

  1. Dean Rollin Goodwas born on Dec 2, 1879 in Lock Haven, Clinton, Pennsylvania, died after 1942 in Lock Haven , Clinton Co., PA, and was buried in Highland Cemetery, Lock Haven, Clinton Co., PA.

Dean married Madeline W. Youngman on Jul 31, 1916. Madeline was born on Aug 1, 1882 in PA, died in Mar 1967, and was buried in Highland Cemetery, Lock Haven, Clinton Co., PA.

Dean next married Ruth Lyle Beckel on Mar 14, 1906. Ruth was born circa 1878 and died on May 16, 1908 in Worland, MT.

  1. Benjamin RUSH Petrikinwas born on Jan 8, 1871 in Lock Haven , Clinton Co., PA, died on Apr 14, 1915 in Kings Co., NY, and was buried in Highland Cemetery, Lock Haven, Clinton Co., PA.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Misc: brought up by grandparents Jacob and Agnes Grafius

Benjamin married Dorothy Mabel Dodd circa 1895. Dorothy was born in Dec 1870 in Wyoming, Ohio and died on Jan 13, 1958 in Lock Haven, Clinton, PA.

General Notes: Mrs. Dorothy Dodd Dunn, 88, wife of former Associate Judge Charles Dunn, died suddenly at 6:45 a.m. today at her home, 252 W. Water Street. Mrs. Dunn had been in good health for her years, until Jan. 2, when she had a fall. She had been spending much of her time in bed since then, recuperating from complicating illness. Judge Dunn talked to her this morning and had propped her more comfortable against her pillow, as she wished, when she suffered a coronary embolism and died within a few minutes.
Mrs. Dunn was a native of Wyoming, O., near Cincinnati, and visited Lock Haven as a young woman with classmates attending Wilson College. She met and married Rush Petrikin of this city, and they resided in New York City at the time of his death. She has made her home in Lock Haven since 1918, and married Judge Dunn 30 years ago. She was an active member of the Christian Science Church.
Mrs. Dunn is survived by her husband, a daughter, Miss Lois A. Dunn, who is in charge of the student infirmary at Dartmouth College, and four nieces and nephews.
Lock Haven Express, 14 Jan 1958, p. 1, Lock Haven, Pa

  1. Jacob Graffins Petrikinwas born on Aug 23, 1872 in Lock Haven , Clinton Co., PA, died on Jan 10, 1937 in Bethlehem, Northampton, Pa, and was buried in Highland Cemetery, Lock Haven, Clinton Co., PA.

Jacob married Rachel Weaver in 1900. Rachel was born in 1873 in Clearfield, Clearfield Co, Pa, died in 1933, and was buried in Highland Cemetery Lock Haven, Pa.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 906 F    i. Margaret G. Petrikin was born in 1901 in PA, died in 1961 of Montclair Ward 1, Essex, New Jersey, and was buried in Highland Cemetery, Loch Haven, Pa.

+ 907 F    ii. Rebecca W. Petrikin was born on Nov 26, 1903 in Niagara Falls, NY and died in Jun 1981 in New York, NY.

+ 908 F    iii. Carolyn W. Petrikin was born circa 1910 in Cambridge Ward 3, Guernsey, Ohio and died after 1920 of Montclair Ward 1, Essex, New Jersey.

  1. Elizabeth BESSIE Winslowwas born on Aug 22, 1873 in Williamsport, Lycoming, PA and died on Dec 26, 1958 in Los Angeles County, Calif.

Elizabeth married Charles Dilworth Shurlock on Dec 2, 1896 in Jamestown, Stutsman, ND. Charles was born on May 20, 1866 in PA and died on Feb 16, 1950 in Los Angeles County, Calif.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 909 F    i. Elizabeth W. Shurlock was born on Jul 21, 1903 in Jamestown, North Dakota and died on Aug 20, 1991 in Calaveras, California.

  1. Robert Winslow Allenwas born on Sep 2, 1882 in Dakota Territory and died on Nov 24, 1939 in Los Angeles County, Calif.
  2. Leola E. Allenwas born on Jan 2, 1884 in North Dakota Territory, died on Aug 1, 1967 in Los Angeles City, Los Angeles, California, and was buried in Forest Lawn.

Leola married Arthur William Bumiller circa 1911. Arthur was born on Nov 16, 1874 in Los Angeles City, Los Angeles, California and died on Jan 1, 1942 in Los Angeles City, Los Angeles, California.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 910 F    i. Jane Bumiller was born on May 12, 1912 in Los Angeles, California and died after 1967.

  1. Ethel Rose Winslowwas born on Feb 23, 1886 in Minneapolis Ward 4, Hennepin, Minnesota, died on Jan 10, 1973 in Orange County, Calif, and was buried in Olive Lawn Cemetery, LA, CA.

Ethel married William Henry M Hoover circa 1912 in Minneapolis, MN. William was born on Oct 2, 1886 in New Richmond, St. Croix, Wisconsin, died on Apr 3, 1959 in Norwalk, Los Angeles, California, and was buried in Olive Lawn Cemetery, LA, CA.

  1. Ida M. Winslowwas born on Nov 1, 1887 in Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota, died on May 28, 1974 in La Mirada, Los Angeles, California, and was buried in Olive Lawn Cemetery, LA, CA.

Ida married Clinton John Boughan. Clinton was born on Apr 12, 1896 in prob Chicago IL, died on Feb 9, 1964 in San Francisco, CA, and was buried in Olive Lawn Cemetery, LA, CA. They had no children.

General Notes: from internet–Clinton J. Boughan was my great uncle. He was married to my grandmother’s (Ethel Rose Winslow) sister Ida May Winslow. Uncle Clint was a merchant marine and traveled the world. He and my aunt Ida lived in Hollywood CA. for a while. I remember him bringing me twin chinese baby dolls from a trip he took to china. Clint and Ida never had any children. He got throat cancer and died in the VA hospital in San Francisco where he was being treated. He and aunt Ida are both buried at Olive Lawn Cemetery in La Mirada, California.

  1. Harold H. Winslowwas born on Nov 2, 1895 in Minneapolis, MN and died on Feb 19, 1976 in San Diego, San Diego, California.

Harold married Eva M. Eva was born on May 8, 1896 and died on Sep 20, 1989 in Minneapolis, MN.

  1. Ruth Louise Winslowwas born on Apr 26, 1900 in Minneapolis Ward 4, Hennepin, Minnesota and died on Jun 19, 1985 in Minneapolis Ward 4, Hennepin, Minnesota.

Ruth married Harold Bryan Reeves circa 1922. Harold was born on Sep 16, 1896 in Minneapolis, MN, died on Jun 18, 1970 in Mesa, Maricopa, Arizona, and was buried in Ft. Snelling National Cemetery.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He worked as a dentist.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 911 M    i. Robert Warren Reeves was born in 1923 in Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota and died on Jan 17, 1924 in Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota.

+ 912 F    ii. Margaret L. Reeves

+ 913 F    iii. Nadine W. Reeves

  1. Horotio John Stetsonwas born on Oct 19, 1880 in MN and died on Jun 29, 1924 in Skykowich, King Co., WA.

Horotio married Viola Emma Evans. Viola was born circa 1887 in WA.

  1. Vera G. Stetsonwas born circa Jun 1884 in MN and died after 1926 of Seattle, King, Washington.

Vera married Anthony Smalley Nickerson circa 1916. Anthony was born on Sep 21, 1865 in Mass and died on Oct 2, 1958 in Seattle, King Co., WA.

  1. Zurah Temple Stetsonwas born circa May 25, 1888 and died on Jul 6, 1935 in Seattle, King Co., WA.

Zurah married Abraham Courtright.

  1. Frank Kingsley Stetsonwas born on Jul 12, 1891 in Minneapolis , Hennepin, Minnesota and died on May 8, 1960 in Seattle, King Co., WA.

Frank married Susan A. Borne. Susan was born circa 1896 in Ohio and died after 1930.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 914 M    i. Paul G. Stetson was born circa 1917 in WA.

+ 915 F    ii. Betty J. Stetson was born circa 1919 in WA.

  1. Jennie L. Winslowwas born in Jan 1894 in Minneapolis Ward 1, Hennepin, Minnesota and died after 1930 in Clay, TX.

Jennie married John W. Lawson circa 1913. John was born about 1879 in MN and died on Dec 9, 1957 in Montague, Texas.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 916 F    i. Ethyl L Lawson was born circa 1909 in Post, Garza, Texas.

+ 917 M    ii. Verne A. Lawson was born on Aug 29, 1910 in Post, Garza, Texas and died in Apr 1975 in Bowie, Montague, Texas.

+ 918 M    iii. Ralph M. Lawson was born on Nov 6, 1912 in Post, Garza, Texas and died on Apr 16, 1991.

+ 919 F    iv. Edith M. Lawson was born in 1915 in Post, Garza, Texas.

+ 920 F    v. Evelyn L. Lawson

+ 921 M    vi. Lewis A. Lawson was born on Jun 27, 1922 in TX and died on May 2, 2003 in Bowie, Montague, Texas.

+ 922 M    vii. Marvin Lloyd Lawson was born on Nov 29, 1924 in Clay, TX and died on Sep 25, 1995 in Bowie, Montague, Texas.

+ 923 F    viii. Emma M. Lawson

  1. Dorothy Marie Winslowwas born on Oct 8, 1896 in MN and died on Jul 18, 1948 in Seattle, King Co., WA.

Dorothy married Burrell Hamilton German circa 1919. Burrell was born on Jan 23, 1885 in MO and died on Jul 21, 1965 in Hennepin Co., MN.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 924 F    i. Marianne German was born circa 1923 in Probably Seattle, King, Washington and died after 1930 of Seattle, King, Washington.

  1. Ruth Winslowwas born in Sep 1899 in Minneapolis Ward 1, Hennepin, Minnesota.
  2. William Collins Winslowwas born on Feb 28, 1913 in maybe Tacoma , Pierce, Washington and died on Apr 9, 1995 in Seattle, King, Washington.
  3. William Rolland Willy Deringwas born on Jul 19, 1875 in WI and died on Apr 25, 1952 in WA.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Background: Native American Indian on military registration.
  • He appeared on the census in 1905 in Itasca, MN.
  • He appeared on the census in 1880 in Grantsburg, Burnett, Wisconsin. Listed as adopted son of Edward G and Martha W Deering
  1. Cora I. Deringwas born on Dec 20, 1876 in Grantsburg, Burnett, WI and died in 1940 of West Reedsport, Douglas, Oregon.

Cora married Samuel W. Holcomb circa 1901. Samuel was born circa 1868 in MI and died after 1930 of West Reedsport, Douglas, Oregon.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 925 F    i. Mary C. Holcomb was born circa 1897 in MI.

+ 926 F    ii. Fay I. Campbell was born circa 1896 in MN.

+ 927 M    iii. Kenneth C. Holcomb was born circa 1924 in OR.

Cora married someone Campbell.

  1. Edna M. Deringwas born in Feb 1879 in WI and died after 1900 of Itasca, Minnesota.
  2. Harry Albert Deringwas born on Jul 20, 1882 in WI and died on Apr 19, 1959 in Everett, Snohomish, WA.

Harry married Clara H. Freeman before 1918. Clara was born circa 1896 in MN and died on Apr 17, 1969 in Everett, Snohomish, WA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 928 F    i. Ruth Irene Dering was born circa 1919 in Everett, Snohomish, Washington.

+ 929 F    ii. Harriet C. Dering

+ 930 M    iii. Edward G. Dering

+ 931 F    iv. Margaret Dering

+ 932 F    v. Isabel M. Dering

  1. Edward James Deringwas born on Feb 26, 1888 in Grantsburg, Burnett, WI and died on May 5, 1959 in Wenatchee, Chelan, WA.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Military: 1918, Fort Worden.

Edward married Alice Akers circa 1926. Alice was born circa 1905 in Colorado and died after 1930 in Everett, Snohomish, WA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 933 F    i. Marie Dering was born circa 1927 in Everett, Snohomish, WA and died in 2000.

+ 934 F    ii. Shirley Dering

Edward next married Francis.

  1. Fred Rolland Deringwas born on Jul 7, 1891 in Rush City, Chisago, MN and died on Nov 13, 1954 in Everett, Snohomish, WA.
  2. William R. Deringwas born on Jul 19, 1875 and died on Apr 25, 1952 of Everett, Snohomish, Washington.
  3. Jean Laua Winslowwas born circa 1903 in Minneapolis Ward 8, Hennepin, Minnesota and died after 1930 of Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota.
  4. Grace L. Winslowwas born on Jun 1, 1906 in Minneapolis Ward 8, Hennepin, Minnesota and died on Oct 9, 1976 in Minneapolis, Hennepin, Minnesota.
  5. Charles Denton Lilliewas born on Dec 16, 1881 in Grundy Co., Iowa and died after Apr 27, 1942 of Dandy , Rutland, VT.

Charles married Ella May Fillmore circa 1909. Ella was born circa 1884 in MN and died after Apr 27, 1942 of Dandy , Rutland, VT.

  1. Ella Eliza Lilliewas born on Dec 31, 1885 in Rutland, Sargent, ND and died on Aug 28, 1940 in Pasadena, Los Angeles, CA.

Ella married Arthur Campbell Leighton in Jan 1906 in Minneapolis, MN. Arthur was born circa 1882 in MN.

  1. Ernest Albert Lilliewas born in Nov 1891 in Rutland, Sargent, ND and died after 1905 of Minneapolis City, Hennepin, Minnesota.
  2. Guy Carpenter Lilliewas born on Jan 31, 1878 in MI and died after 1920 in Grand Rapids, MI.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He worked as a lawyer.

Guy married Mary Emily Randell. Mary was born circa 1880 in MI and died after 1920 in Grand Rapids, MI.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 935 M    i. Robert Lillie was born circa 1908 in MI.

+ 936 F    ii. Betta Jane Lillie was born circa 1918 in Grand Rapids, MI.

  1. Merton Henry Wickwas born on Jul 19, 1876 in IA, died on Feb 5, 1923, and was buried in Glendale Cemetery.

Merton married Adda Waterbury on Jul 17, 1909. Adda was born circa 1877 in IA and died after 1915 of Des Moines Ward 3, Polk, Iowa.

  1. Ruell D. Wickwas born on Nov 16, 1879 in IA and died on Jun 8, 1925 in Ca.

Ruell married Alma E. Martin circa 1904. Alma was born on Oct 31, 1883 in IA and died on Nov 14, 1968 in Los Angeles City, Los Angeles, California.

  1. Francis D. LAWRENCEwas born circa 1907 in Aberdeen Ward 3, Brown, South Dakota and died after 1930 of Aberdeen Ward 6, Brown, South Dakota.
  2. Isabelle Harwoodwas born circa 1909 in Ca and died after 1930 of Los Angeles City, Los Angeles, California.
  3. Francis Helene Cantwas born circa 1895 in PA and died on Oct 11, 1962 in Huntingdon, Huntingdon Co., Pa.

Francis married Robert H. Lincoln.

  1. Caroline Winslow Cantwas born on Mar 26, 1897 in PA and died in Feb 1979.

Caroline married Francis Henry Ruhe on May 18, 1920 in Huntingdon, Huntingdon Co., Pa. Francis was born circa 1896 in NY.

  1. George Francis Cantwas born on Feb 7, 1903 in Huntington, PA and died on Nov 19, 1951 in Nyack, NY.

George married Dorothy Ethel Weeks on Aug 27, 1936 in Babylon, NY. Dorothy was born on Nov 11, 1911 in Bayshore, NY and died on Nov 7, 1984 in Nyack, NY.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 937 F    i. Susan French Cant

+ 938 F    ii. Barbara Wilson Cant

+ 939 F    iii. Elizabeth Weeks Cant

+ 940 M    iv. George Francis Cant

+ 941 M    v. John Thom Cant

+ 942 M    vi. Andrew Macintyre Cant

+ 943 F    vii. Alison Barrett Cant

+ 944 M    viii. David Walter Cant

  1. Christine Wilson Cantwas born circa 1907 in PA.

Christine married Herbert C. Bird.

  1. James Updegraph Gillespiewas born on Nov 7, 1892 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died on Jun 20, 1981 in Volusia Co. FL.

James married Hazel I. circa 1927. Hazel was born circa 1902 in GA.

  1. Washington Irving Gillespiewas born on Feb 10, 1895 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died in Aug 1967 in Columbia Co. FL.
  2. Sarah Florence Fisherwas born on Jul 5, 1886 in Brookville , Jefferson Co, Pa, died on Aug 22, 1974 in probably Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. B, Row 5).

Sarah married David William Parry. David was born on Mar 1, 1888, died on Jan 14, 1922, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. B, Row 5).

  1. John Jacob Fisherwas born on Jul 6, 1890 in PA and died on Oct 14, 1918 in Bar-Le-Duc, France.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Military: 1918. WWI 1st Lt. Air Service U.S. Army in France. Military Aviator 5th Aero Squadron( this was a training unit 1917-1918).
    Fisher, John Jacob (Pennsylvania 1912)– second lieutenant, Air Service; died in airplane accident in France, 10-14-1918. American Legion Post #62, Punxsutawney PA, is named in his memory.
  1. Frederick W. Fisherwas born on Sep 3, 1897 in PA, died on Oct 22, 1960, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. B, Row 5).
  2. Edward Wilson Nicklaswas born on Mar 30, 1904 in PA and died on Aug 1, 1989.
  3. Emily Winslow Nicklaswas born on May 11, 1912 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died in Apr 1989 in England.

Emily married someone James Wagner Buffington. James was born on Sep 18, 1914 in MD and died on Jul 21, 2000 in Greensboro, Guilford, North Carolina.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 945 M    i. David Edward Buffington was born in 1940 and died in 1998.

  1. Paul M. Max Wilsonwas born circa 1879 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Jan 1, 1898 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA.
  2. Winifred W. Wilsonwas born on Sep 9, 1882 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died in 1904.
  3. Edith Earle Wilsonwas born on Jul 8, 1886 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

Edith married Leon George Nickerson. Leon was born on Apr 29, 1876 in PA.

  1. Dorothy Daphne Wilsonwas born on Aug 29, 1892 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died in May 1982.

Dorothy married Adolph Frederick Lind. Adolph was born on Jan 27, 1890 in Emporium, Cameron Co., PA, died on Dec 23, 1977 in Kittanning, Armstrong Co., Pa, and was buried in Kittanning Cemetery, Armstrong Co., PA.

  1. Daisy Dawn Wilsonwas born on Oct 1, 1880 in PA and died Oct 16, 2949.

Daisy married Joseph Stewart Akers on Jun 27, 1898. Joseph was born on Jul 23, 1874 in PA and died Mov 30, 1947.

  1. John Winslow Doughertywas born on Oct 20, 1909 in Canoe Twp, Indiana Co, Pa, died on Oct 31, 2004 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

John married Evelyn Louise Kramer. Evelyn was born on Jul 18, 1921 in Troutville, Pa, died on Nov 4, 2009 in PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 946 M    i. John Winslow Daugherty

John next married Susan Duke.

  1. Evelyn Bell Doughertywas born on Mar 21, 1907 in probably Canoe Twp, Indiana Co, Pa, died on Sep 23, 1913 in probably Jefferson Co, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA (Sec I, Row 1).
  2. Margaret “Mady” Burns Doughertywas born on Apr 7, 1908 in Canoe Twp, Indiana Co, Pa and died on Aug 31, 2008 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

Noted events in her life were:

  • Marriage: Never married.
  1. Augustus Colburn Winslow Gus Doughertywas born on Oct 6, 1911 in Jefferson Co, PA, died on Nov 23, 1968 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA (Sec I, Row 1).

Noted events in his life were:

  • He had a residence. Winslow Homestead, Hudson Village, Gaskill Twp., Jefferson Co., PA

Augustus married Evelyn Louise Kramer. Evelyn was born on Jul 18, 1921 in Troutville, Pa, died on Nov 4, 2009 in PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 947 M    i. John Winslow Dougherty

He never married and had no children

+ 948 F    ii. Margaret Kramer Peggy Dougherty

+ 949 F    iii. Kathelln Burns Dougherty

  1. Charles Winslow Framptonwas born on Feb 9, 1907 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa and died on Aug 7, 1995 in Doylestown, Bucks Co, PA.

Charles married Ella Amanda Carey on Jun 5, 1943. Ella was born on Sep 30, 1909 in PA and died on Dec 6, 1997 in Doylestown, Bucks Co, PA.

  1. Edward Winslow Bowerswas born on Jun 9, 1904 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died on Apr 4, 1962, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. I, Row 1).
  2. Sarah Bell Bowerswas born on Jul 10, 1906 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died on May 4, 1993 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Punxsutawney., PA (Sec. I, Row 1; no dates on marker).

Noted events in her life were:

  • Marriage: not married.
  1. William Arthur Bowerswas born on Mar 19, 1908 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Mar 28, 1969 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp. near eastern Punxsutawney (Sec. I, Row 2).

William married Dorene L. Rankin on Apr 3, 1942. Dorene was born on Jun 2, 1907 in Bell Township, Jefferson Co, Pennsylvania, died on Oct 23, 1967, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp. near eastern Punxsutawney (Sec. I, Row 2).

  1. Margaret Edith Blanche Fluff Bowerswas born on Jul 8, 1910 in Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died on Feb 4, 2001 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA (Sec I, Row 1).
  2. George Colburn Winslow C.W. Bowerswas born on Mar 2, 1916 in Punxsutawney, PA.

General Notes: I (B Nay) had the honor of meeting George in May 30, 2010. He is 94 years old and living at the Mulberry Rest Home. I cam announced and a stranger. George was very alert and a very kind gentleman. We talked about his family and his life. He was a WW2 vet. He never married . He mentioned two homes he grew up in One- a yellow brick home on East Mahoning and Dinsmore St, the other a red brick on East Mahoning and Greenwood. He also lived in the Winslow Mansion for many years as an adult. He mentioned that Carpenter’s wife Elizabeth Colburn used to smoke a pipe which is still in the family somewhere. It was a relatively large pipe handed down from Elizabeth’s father Reuben Colburn. He said something about half a banana and a bull engraved on the pipe ( I got a little lost here). He talked about his Joseph Wood Winslow side being Methodist and Baptist, while the James Winslow side converted to the Catholic faith. This was because a Catholic priest had lived with James for a while and converted him.

  1. Edward Colburn Ned Winslowwas born on Feb 22, 1914 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on May 12, 1984 in Los Angeles County, Calif, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Township, Punxsutawney PA.

General Notes: Obituary May 15, 1984
Edward Colburn Winslow 70 died May 12 in Los Angeles of heart and other complications.
Born in Punxsutawney February 22, 1914 he was the son of the late William Warren Winslow and Vernetta (Laverty) Winslow and resided in Punx’y until the 1950s.
A 1932 graduate of Punxsutawney High School he was at one time employed by the R&P Coal co. in Indiana and after World War II by the Punxsutawney Spirit where he was the city editor before going to Florida and California. There he worked for the West Coast Screen Company until his retirement.
Long active in local musical circles at the age of 18 Ned became organist at the Presbyterian Church here, leaving after many years to assume those duties at his own parish, Christ Episcopal Church. For some time Ned was organist at the Punx’y Hotel Cocktail Lounge.
He was a veteran of the US Army Air Force serving in the CBI theater and in Assam India at the end of the war. He was a member of the Corn Cob club and was on the music committee of All Saints Episcopal Church Beverly Hills Calif where a memorial service is being held. Interment will follow in circle Hill Cemetery at a time to be announced.
He is survived by his sister Eleanor Winslow of Los Angeles Calif ; one brother George Kenelam Winslow of Brookline Mass and nieces and nephews. His youngest brother William Jr preceded him in death.

  1. Eleanor L. Winslowwas born on Dec 13, 1906 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Aug 30, 1990 in Johnstown, Fulton, NY, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Township, Punxsutawney PA.
  2. George Kenelm Winslowwas born on May 6, 1909 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died on Aug 7, 1992 in Waldorf, Charles, MD.

General Notes: Obituary
George Kenelm Winslow 84 of Waldorf MD died Friday August 7, 1992 in Waldorf.
Mr Winslow was born May 6 1909 in Punxsutawney the son of William W and Vernetta (Laverty) Winslow. He was married to the former Rita Cunningham.
He graduated from Lafayette College witha bachelor’s degree in economics in 1930 and worked as a bank officer in New York City where he also was a profession al trumpet player with several bands including Ozzie Nelson’s.
Mr Winslow served as a US Army captain on Saipan during World War II, then worked for 38 years with Bowery Savings Bank in Manhattan retiring as chief statistician.
He was active in the New York State Chapter of the Sons and Daughters of the Pilgrims and was a member of the Baronial Order of the Signers of the Magna Carta.
surviving relatives include his wife Mrs Rita Winslow; one son Alexander Winslow of Waldorf MD; two daughters Dr Margaret Winslow Stennett of Piermont NY and Dr Christine Winslow Wallespir of Morrison NJ, three grandchildren and five great grandchildren.
A memorial Mass of Christian Burial was celebrated August 8 at Our Lady Help of Christian Catholic church in Waldorf MD.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He was employed. Part time professional trumpet player with several bands including Ozzie Nelson’s

George married Ruth Rita E. Cunningham on Jun 6, 1948 in MD. Ruth was born on Jan 10, 1919 in Newark, Essex, NJ and died on Aug 12, 1998 in Princeton, Mercer, NJ.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 950 M    i. Alexander Winslow died after 1992 of Waldorf, MD.

+ 951 F    ii. Dr Margaret Winslow died after 1992 of Piermont NY.

+ 952 F    iii. Dr Christine Winslow died after 1992 of Morristown NJ.

  1. William Warren Winslow Jrwas born on Jun 17, 1918 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Apr 22, 1971 in Claremont, CA, and was buried in Ca.

General Notes: Obituary Apr 22, 1971
William W Winslow a former resident of Punxsutawney died Thursday in the Pomona Valley Hospital in California at the age of 53. His death was caused by a heart ailment.
Mr Winslow had resided in Claremont Calif since 1960. Before that he resided in Punxsutawney where he was a well known postal employee.
He was born in this city in June 1918 a son of W W and Vernetta L Winslow and was married to the former Leah Baird of Punx’y.
Surviving in addition to his wife are four daughters; Mrs Francis McQuillen and Mrs David Maude of New York City, Mrs William Barone of Pittsburgh, and Miss Elizabeth Winslow at home. He leaves also a sister Eleanor Winslow of Los Angeles Calif and tow brothers New of Los Angeles and George of Long Island NY
Funeral services will be held Monday in the Episcopal Church in Ontario Calif Interment will be in a cemetery there.

William married Leah Baird. Leah was born in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died after 1971 of Claremont CA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 953 F    i. Francis Winslow

+ 954 F    ii. Elizabeth Winslow died after 1971 of Punxsutawney Ward 3, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

  1. Eugene GENE Hale Winslowwas born on Oct 10, 1881 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Nov 12, 1962 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Township, Punxsutawney PA.

General Notes: Obituary Nov 12, 1962
Eugene H Winslow , 81, prominent local retired banker and coal operator died unexpectedly Monday night in his home on Pine Street.
Mr Winslow a business and civic leader in this city for more than 50 years died of a heart attack.
He was born October 10, 1881 in Punxsutawney a son of John Carleton and Martha Hughes Winslow and on November 25, 1908 was married to Margaret Rinn. A life resident here Mr Winslow attended the Cheltenham Military Academy was graduated from St Paul’s Preparatory School in 1900 and received a bachelor of arts degree from Yale University in 1904.
He was a member to the First Methodist Church here, the John W Jenks Lodge, FA and A AM; the Coudersport Consistory, the Jaffa Shrine of Altoona, the BPO Elks, the Rotary Club, and the Venice Fl Yacht Club. He was a former member of the Adrian Hospital board of directors and retired in 1957 as chairman of the board of the Punxsutawney National Bank after holding the position of 20 years. He was president of the bank for several years before becoming board chairman. He also was the president of the Summit Coal Corporation of this city and a member of the city’s John A Weber Fiftieth Anniversary Club. Mr Winslow also was a charter member and an honorary life member of the Punxsutawney Country Club.
Surviving are his wife, two sons and daughter Samuel Inn Winslow of New York City; John AC Winslow of Venice Fl, and Mrs John C Carlton (Anna Martha) of Gladwyn Pa. He leaves also seven grandchildren and one great grandchild.
Funeral arrangement in charge of Schenkemeyer Funeral Home here have not been completed.

Article from a newspaper, possibly the “Punxsutawney Spirit”, reporting on news of a narrow escape from a dormitory fire by EUGENE HALE WINSLOW, grandson of REUBEN COLBURN WINSLOW of Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, on 16 Nov 1901. A copy of the article was found at the Jefferson County Historical Society in May 2009.
“FACED A HORRIBLE DEATH.
“Narrow Escape of Eugene Winslow from a Five-Story Window.
“Last Saturday, Hon. R. C. WINSLOW, of this place, received a telegram from his grandson, EUGENE WINSLOW, that the dormatory in which he lodged at Yale College had been destroyed by fire, that he had lost all of his belongings and narrowly escaped with his life. It was not until the arrival of the evening papers that his friends became aware of the great peril in which he was placed.
“A telegram to the Pittsburgh Sunday Gazette, dated New Haven, November 16, gives the following account of the thrilling incident:
‘On the window sill of the fifth story of the Hutchinson student apartment house, fire on all sides of him, above and below, EUGENE HALE WINSLOW, of Punxsutawney, Pa, a Yale Sophomore, faced death to-day. The house was ablaze in the three upper stories, one being under his room, and he was cut off from escape. A thousand Yale students in the street below shouted in chorus, “Don’t jump; keep your nerve. Help is coming.”
‘For fear that WINSLOW could not await their coming, the firemen held a rope net over the concrete walk below the window. Dense clouds of smoke poured up, hiding WINSLOW at intervals. During these minutes the firemen struggled to work with the [ ladders through the network of telephone and telegraph wires. In the street, the extension ladder refused to work, and in desparation the firemen tugged at the wires that were caught and held in rusted grooves. WINSLOW raised his hands in supplication once more and made ready to drop to the net.
‘The ladder at that moment reached him. WINSLOW clasped his arms about the ladder, gripped it at the sides with his knees and slid down. The crowd shouted to him, “Hold fast and go slow.” His feet struck the first joint in the ladder with force and his hold was almost lost. A few rounds further down the firemen met him and he was carried down in a fainting condition and carried to a physician’s house where he was treated.'”

Researched and written by Nancy L Miller keeper of the Victorian English Tutor. 202 Pine St. Punxsutawney, PA

From all indications, this lovely Victorian Bankers Tudor home was built around the year of 1910. Eugene H. Winslow & Margaret (Rinn) Winslow were the proud owners. Eugene & Margaret were united in marriage on November 25th 1908. Eugene was born October 10, 1881 in Punxsutawney, a son of John Carlton & Martha (Hughes) Winslow. Eugene’s father John Carlton Winslow was the son of Rubin Colburn Winslow better known as R.C. Winslow who built and occupied the Winslow mansion of Punxsutawney. Eugene’s father John Carlton died on November 11, 1881 at the young age of 22, one month after Eugene was born. Two weeks before his father’s death Eugene lost a two year old sister named Bessie. Eugene grew up without a father so R.C. Winslow helped to raise Eugene and entrusted to him and his wife (in the year of 1909) the land this lovely Bankers Tutor rests upon. R.C. also provided the money to lay the foundation of the home. Margaret’s father, Samuel A. Rinn, a well known coal operator and banker and one of Punxsutawney’s most successful business men, provided the money and built the rest of the home. It is believed this was done as a wedding gift to the couple. However, the wing of the home which houses the Victorian Tutor Executive Suite/B&B was built on to the main house a few years later. It was built, as per say, a private suite for Eugene and connected to the main house by two passageways. Eugene was said to be, a very private person and would retreat to his private suite while Margaret would entertain her guests in the main area of the home.

The couple resided in this home raising three children, Samuel Rinn Winslow, John C. Winslow and Anna Martha Winslow, Carlton, Hughes. Eugene H. Winslow died at the age of 81 on November 12, 1962 and Margaret later passed at the age of 78 in October of 1966. The home remained with the Winslow heirs until it was sold to the Dereume family on the 12th day of April 1970. It remained in the Dereume family until May 28, 2004 when it was sold to the present owners Duane & Nancy Miller who continues to restore and preserve this one of a kind beautiful Victorian Bankers Tutor. It is their hope some day that one of the heirs of Eugene and Margaret will revisit this wonderful home with stories to tell and pictures of days gone by.

From Yale Freshman Yearbook-Was born on the loth of October, 1881, at Punxsutawney, Penn. Gene considers that good work is always recognized, and this he thinks is the most valuable thingthai he has obtained from his college course. He says that 1904 are good eaters but adds poor payers and that what they have done for Yale is to have stolen the sun dial. He is the son of the late J. Carleton Winslow. Gene prepared at St. Paul’s, Garden City, and came to Yale because it seemed suitable to his parents and to himself. He will study law.

Yale Class of 1904 Report Eugene Hale Winslow Address, Punxsutawney, Pa.
Born October 10, 1881, in Punxsutawney, Pa., the son of John Carlton Winslow (died in November, 1881) and Martha Anne (Hughes) Winslow (died in June, 1905). He prepared at St. Paul’s School, Garden City, L. I.
He was married on November 25, 1908, in Punxsutawney, Pa., to Miss Margaret S. Rinn, Washington Seminary ’07, daughter of Annie M. Rinn and Samuel A. Rinn. They have one child, Samuel Rinn, born September 14, 1909, in Punxsutawney, Pa.
Winslow has been auditor and treasurer of the Valier Coal Company since September, 1909; treasurer of the Summit Coal Mining Company since November, 1909, and treasurer of the Dayton Coal Company since January, 1910. He has lived in Punxsutawney, Pa., continuously since graduation and was engaged in the insurance business for one year.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He was educated in 1904. graduate Yale Univ

Eugene married Margaret Salome Rinn on Nov 25, 1908 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA. Margaret was born on Sep 22, 1888 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Oct 30, 1966 in Ardmore/Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Township, Punxsutawney PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 955 M    i. Samuel Rinn Winslow was born on Sep 14, 1909 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died on Jan 10, 1985 in New York City, NY.

+ 956 M    ii. John Colburn Winslow was born circa 1914 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died on Dec 2, 1983 in Sarasota, FL.

+ 957 F    iii. Anna Martha Winslow was born on Jul 10, 1920 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Nov 5, 1995 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

  1. Bessie Welcome Winslowwas born on Oct 25, 1878 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, died on Oct 27, 1881 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.
  2. Charles Hudson Chuck Winslowwas born on May 20, 1908 in Hudson Village, Gaskill Township, Jefferson Co, Pa and died on May 31, 1988 in Walnut Creek, Contra Costa Co, CA.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Misc: 1932. Runner-up, All-Southern Conference Middleweight Boxer, 1932 Graduate of Duke Univ-1934

Charles married Grace M. Selby on Mar 20, 1943 in Oakland, CA. Grace was born on Jul 16, 1911 in Oakland, CA and died on Nov 12, 2009 in Pensacola, FL.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 958 F    i. Gloria Ann Winslow was born on Sep 22, 1946 in Oakland, Alameda, CA and died on Sep 4, 1989 in Slolano Co, CA.

+ 959 M    ii. Hudson Gregory Winslow

+ 960 M    iii. Jon Winslow

  1. Helen Jean Winslowwas born on May 30, 1920 in Dayton, Armstrong, PA and died on Nov 6, 1995 in Concord, Contra Costa, CA.

Helen married Kelvin H. Pierce.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 961 M    i. Kelvin Winslow Pierce was born on Nov 18, 1942 and died on Feb 16, 1979 in Concord, Contra Costa, CA.

  1. Rosalie Winslowwas born on Mar 10, 1901 in Valier, Jefferson Co, PA and died after 1955 of Berkeley , CA.

Rosalie married Harold W. Johnson. Harold was born about 1900 in Ca.

  1. John CARLTON Winslowwas born on May 26, 1904 in PA and died on May 12, 1977 of Indiana.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He was employed. Famous architect in Pennsylvania

John married Margaret Hamilton.

  1. John Malvern “Mel” Winslowwas born on Sep 20, 1918 in Grays Harbor Co, WA, died on Aug 31, 2007 in Grays Harbor Co, WA, and was buried in Wynoochee Cemetery, Montesano, Grays Harbor Co., WA.

John married Mary Louise Thompson on Sep 16, 1939 in Olympia, Thurston County, WA. Mary was born on Jan 22, 1921 in Aberdeen, Grays Harbor Co., WA, died on Apr 14, 1983 in Grayland, Grays Harbor Co., WA, and was buried in Wynooche Cemetery, Montesano, Grays Harbor Co., WA.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 962 F    i. Judy Winslow

  1. Joy Rachel Winslowwas born on Feb 20, 1917 in Aberdeen, Grays Harbor Co., WA and died on Jul 31, 2007 in Morro Bay, San Luis Obispo Co., CA.

Joy married Matthew Jarvis “Matt” Bartel on Feb 3, 1943. Matthew was born on Nov 8, 1915 in Kansas City, Wyandotte Co., KS and died on Oct 16, 2003 in Morro Bay, San Luis Obispo Co., CA.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 963 M    i. John Richard Rik Bartel was born on Feb 7, 1947 in Glendale, Los Angeles Co., CA and died on Feb 25, 2008 in Morro Bay, San Luis Obispo Co., CA.

  1. Rosemary Winslowwas born on Jan 23, 1922 in Aberdeen, Grays Harbor Co., WA and died on Jan 28, 1996 in Sunland, Los Angeles Co., CA.

Rosemary married William Doran.

  1. Wayne Warren Winslowwas born on Aug 17, 1927 in Aberdeen, Grays Harbor Co., WA, died on Nov 14, 1942 in Glendale, Los Angeles Co., CA, and was buried in Grandview Memorial. Park. , Glendale, CA.
  2. Edward C. Sheesleywas born on Nov 19, 1917 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Jan 25, 1984 in Erie, Erie Co., PA, and was buried in Erie County Memorial Garden.

Edward married Christine M. Christine was born circa 1890 in PA.

  1. Vernetta R. Sheesleywas born circa 1915 in PA and died in 1975.

Vernetta married Clair Bargerstock.

  1. Howard Sheesley
  2. Evelyn Sheesley

Evelyn married Dale Bowers.

  1. John Winslow Irwinwas born on Jan 21, 1917 in Charlotte, Mecklenburg Co., NC and died on Jul 29, 1984 in Hemet, Riverside Co., CA.
  2. Robert E. Lee Irwinwas born on Jan 28, 1920 in Aberdeen, Grays Harbor Co., WA and died on Dec 30, 1998 in Seattle, King Co., WA.
  3. Murray Hunterwas born in 1883, died in 1900, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.
  4. John Allen Murraywas born on Apr 15, 1905 in Patton, Cambria Co, Pa, died in Mar 1974 in Patton, Cambria Co, Pa, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.
  5. Mildred G. Murraywas born in 1908 in Patton, Cambria Co, Pa, died in 1930, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.
  6. George W. Murraywas born on Jan 31, 1911 in Patton, Cambria Co, Pa and died on Jul 5, 2001 in Patton, Cambria Co, Pa.
  7. Richard C. Murraywas born on Mar 29, 1916 in Patton, Cambria Co, Pa and died on Nov 28, 2002 in Patton, Cambria Co, Pa.
  8. Floyd A. Johnsonwas born in Dec 1892 in Jefferson Co, PA.
  9. Genevieve E Murraywas born circa 1912 in WA.
  10. William Allison Gibsonwas born on Jul 20, 1887 in Perry Township, Jefferson Co, Pa and died on May 8, 1962 in Jefferson Co , PA.

William married Maude Moore in 1918 in PA. Maude was born in 1886 in PA.

  1. Edwin Forrest Gibsonwas born in Nov 1892 in Perry Township, Jefferson Co, Pa and died in 1943 in Jefferson Co , PA.

Edwin married Ruth Hawk.

  1. Arnold Leonard Gibsonwas born on Feb 26, 1897 in Perry Township, Jefferson Co, Pa and died on Jul 4, 1978 in Laguna Hills, Orange Co., CA.

Arnold married Juanita A. Juanita was born in 1909 in PA.

  1. George Sanford Gibsonwas born on Aug 16, 1899 in Perry Township, Jefferson Co, Pa and died on Mar 9, 1949 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

George married Mary Elizabeth Williams on Nov 17, 1928 in Ben Avon, Allegheny Co., PA. Mary was born on Dec 23, 1898 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

  1. Eugenia Gibsonwas born on Aug 21, 1890 in Perry Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, died on Dec 26, 1893 in Perry Township, Jefferson Co, Pa, and was buried in Pleasant Grove Cemetery., Gaskill Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.
  2. Robert Morris Meanswas born on Oct 2, 1895 in Valier, Jefferson Co, PA and died circa 1897 in Valier, Jefferson Co, PA.
  3. Warren Monroe Meanswas born on Dec 18, 1896 in Valier, Jefferson Co, PA.

Warren married Viola Smith. Viola was born in 1894 in PA.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 964 M    i. Forrest M. Means was born on Mar 3, 1915 in Perry Township, Jefferson Co, Pa and died on Jul 9, 1999 in Valier, Jefferson Co, PA.

  1. William Bowers Meanswas born on Nov 14, 1897 in Valier, Jefferson Co, PA.

William married Ethel Sutter. Ethel was born in 1899.

  1. Frederick M. Meanswas born on Apr 4, 1900 in Perry Township, Jefferson Co, Pa and died in 1958 in Jefferson Co , PA.

Frederick married Lulu Pearce. Lulu was born in 1901.

  1. Harold Meanswas born on May 28, 1905 in Valier, Jefferson Co, PA and died circa 1905 in Valier, Jefferson Co, PA.
  2. Lulu Murraywas born in Aug 1897 in Winslow Twp, Jefferson Co., PA.

Lulu married someone Cooper.

  1. Josephine Murraywas born in 1901 in Winslow Twp, Jefferson Co., PA.

Josephine married someone Bamford.

  1. Dr. Paul A. Bowerswas born on Aug 4, 1911 in Big Run , Jefferson Co, PA, died on Jan 20, 2002 in Penn Valley, Pa, and was buried in Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA.

Paul married Eloise Bechtel.

  1. Ruth A. Bowerswas born on Sep 8, 1912 in PA and died on Mar 25, 1989 of Chicago, IL.

Ruth married Thomas Dorrian.

  1. Robert Wilkins Winslowwas born on Feb 18, 1919 in N Tonawanda, Niagara, NY and died on May 6, 1977 in Syracuse, Onondaga, NY.

Robert married Irene Daucher on Aug 22, 1942. Irene was born on Jul 17, 1921 in Buffalo, Eric, NY, died on Jun 9, 2002 in NY, and was buried in Forest Laen Cemetery, Buffalo, NY.

  1. Helen L. Winslowwas born on Sep 14, 1929 in N Tonawanda, Niagara, NY and died after 1971 of N Tonawanda, Niagara, NY.

Helen married Richard L. Furman on Oct 28, 1950 in N Tonawanda, Niagara, NY. Richard was born on Apr 30, 1929 and died on Feb 26, 2007.

  1. Joseph G. Winslowwas born on Jul 30, 1916 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Feb 20, 1934 in Sonyea, Livingston, NY, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.
  2. Christine W. Stateswas born on Aug 7, 1899 in PA, died on Mar 20, 1939, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.
  3. Samuel Stateswas born circa 1903 in PA and died after 1939.
  4. Barton Charles Winslowwas born on Sep 20, 1896 in Patton, Cambria, Pennsylvania, died in Jan 1983 in Patton, Cambria Co, Pa, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.
  5. Ada C. Winslowwas born on Mar 18, 1898 in Patton, Cambria, Pennsylvania, died on Sep 19, 1984 in Patton, Cambria Co, Pa, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.

Ada married Jay William Rodkey. Jay was born on Nov 12, 1889, died on Dec 15, 1983 in Patton, Cambria Co, Pa, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.

  1. Grove Derr Winslowwas born on Mar 17, 1900 in Patton, Cambria Co, Pa, died on Dec 14, 1963 in Clearfield Co, PA, and was buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Curwensville, Clearfield, Pa.

Grove married Sara Louise Rhodes on Jun 4, 1932. Sara was born on Apr 21, 1910 in Curwensville, Clearfield, PA, died on Mar 8, 1949 in Curwensville, Clearfield, PA, and was buried in Oak Hill Cemetery, Curwensville, Clearfield, Pa.

Grove next married Mary Jane Glance. Mary was born on Jan 7, 1923 in Kersey , Fox Twp, Elk, PA, died on Feb 13, 1973 in Jeanette, Westmoreland Co., Pa, and was buried in Elkton Cemetery, Kersey, Pa.

  1. Eugene Wellwood Winslowwas born on Oct 2, 1894 in Patton, Cambria, Pennsylvania, died in Dec 1976 in Patton, Cambria Co, Pa, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.

Eugene married Louisa C. Cruse. Louisa was born on Jul 15, 1896, died in Feb 1979, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.

  1. Ralph Woodland Winslowwas born on May 4, 1893 in Benezette, , Elk, PA and died after 1942 in Meadville , Crawford, Pennsylvania.

Ralph married Neva E. Winslow. Neva died after 1942 in Meadville , Crawford, Pennsylvania.

  1. Paul W. Bartonwas born on Nov 29, 1889 in Benezette Twp, Elk Co, PA and died after 1930 of Lynbrook, Nassau, New York.

Paul married Zelda M. circa 1928. Zelda was born circa 1898 in MI and died after 1930 of Lynbrook, Nassau, New York.

  1. Russell Uhl Bartonwas born on Oct 12, 1894 in Patton Borough, Cambria, Pennsylvania and died after 1951 of Akron, OH.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Military: 1917, Akron, Ohio. Hqs 308 Trench Mortar Battery to Discharge Mess Sergeant 10 March 1918. American Expeditionary Forces 13 June 1918 to 19 Apr 1919. Honorable discharge 6 May 1919.
  1. Doxie Bartonwas born circa 1903 in Patton, Cambria, Pennsylvania and died after 1920.
  2. Laura Adeline Winslowwas born in Oct 1894 in Patton Borough, Cambria, Pennsylvania, died in May 1942 in Patton Borough, Cambria, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.

Laura married someone John Campbell.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 965 M    i. Robert Campbell

+ 966 F    ii. Elnora Campbell

+ 967 M    iii. John Campbell

+ 968 F    iv. Martha Campbell

  1. Harry Otis Winslowwas born on Dec 12, 1898 in Patton, Cambria County , PA, died on Oct 27, 1977 in Patton, Cambria County , PA, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.

Harry married Myrtle H. Labelle circa 1924. Myrtle was born in 1900 in Patton, Cambria County Pennsylvania, died on Jul 1, 1966 in Patton, Cambria County Pennsylvania, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 969 F    i. Muriel Winslow

+ 970 M    ii. Russell Winslow

+ 971 M    iii. Harry Winslow Jr

  1. Benjamin HARVEY Winslowwas born on May 18, 1903 in Patton Borough, Cambria, Pennsylvania, died in Sep 1969 in Patton, Cambria, PA, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.

Benjamin married Regina Jean Elizabeth Ott circa 1929 in PA. Regina was born on Jul 2, 1910 in Elder Township, Cambria Co., Pa, died on Nov 20, 2000 in Johnstown, PA, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 972 M    i. Paul W. Winslow died after 2000.

+ 973 M    ii. Raymond L. Winslow died after 2000.

+ 974 M    iii. Benjamin H. Winslow Jr died after 2000.

+ 975 M    iv. Erik Winslow died after 2000.

+ 976 F    v. Myra Winslow

+ 977 M    vi. John Otis Winslow died before 2000.

  1. Charles Robert MERLE Winslowwas born on Feb 14, 1900 in Patton Borough, Cambria, Pennsylvania, died in 1966 of Patton Borough, Cambria, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.
  2. Wayne C. Winslowwas born on Nov 4, 1905 in Patton Borough, Cambria, Pennsylvania and died after 1930 of Patton, Cambria, Pennsylvania.

Wayne married Beatrice L. Winslow.

  1. Minnie Eva Winslowwas born in 1907 in Patton Borough, Cambria, Pennsylvania, died in 1961 of Patton Borough, Cambria, Pennsylvania, and was buried in Fairview Cemetery, Patton, Pa.
  2. Eugene W. Winslowwas born circa 1917 in Patton Borough, Cambria, Pennsylvania and died between 1920 and 1930 of Patton Borough, Cambria, Pennsylvania.
  3. Kenelm W. Deckerwas born in 1911, died in 1920, and was buried in Benezette Cemetery, Benezette, Elk Co., PA.
  4. Martha L. Wilsonwas born circa 1887 in Steubenville, Jefferson, OH, died on Nov 11, 1947 in Cape May, NJ, and was buried in Lawn Croft Cemetery.

Martha married Joseph Parkes. Joseph was born circa 1883 in England and died on Mar 2, 1935 in Upland, Delaware, Pa.

  1. Howard B. Chandlerwas born circa 1907 in Carroll, Chautauqua, New York and died after 1930 of Carroll, Chautauqua, New York.

Howard married Julia Tompsett. Julia was born on Mar 23, 1909 in Gerry, New York and died on Oct 1, 2000 in Falconer, Chautauqua, New York.

  1. Allene I. Chandlerwas born on Jun 25, 1897 in PA and died in Aug 1991 of Frewsburg, Chautauqua, New York, United States of America.

Allene married John A. Wigren circa 1925. John was born circa 1898 in NY and died in 1959 of Chautauqua, New York.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 978 M    i. Charles A. Wigren

+ 979 M    ii. Leroy Frank Wigren was born on Aug 23, 1928 in Ohio and died on May 21, 1993 in Frewsburg, Chautauqua, New York.

  1. Leon A. Chandlerwas born circa Feb 1895 in Chautauqua, New York and died after 1920 of Jamestown Ward 6, Chautauqua, New York.

Leon married Ellen Anderson. Ellen was born circa 1900 in NY and died after 1920 of Jamestown Ward 6, Chautauqua, New York.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 980 F    i. Dorothy M. Chandler

  1. Bertha N. Chandlerwas born circa 1902 in NY and died after 1920 of Chautauqua, New York.
  2. William ALDEN Sutterwas born on Jul 20, 1871 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

William married Minta Pantall.

  1. James M. Sutterwas born on May 31, 1875 in PA and died in 1939 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

James married Laura B. Corey in 1896 in PA. Laura was born on Nov 10, 1876 in PA and died in 1935 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 981 F    i. Margaret J. Sutter was born on Jun 16, 1897 in Clayville Borough, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

+ 982 F    ii. Isabele Sutter was born on Jan 9, 1899 in Clayville Borough, Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died on Jul 5, 1973.

+ 983 F    iii. Lillian J. Sutter was born on Jun 27, 1910 in PA and died after 1930.

+ 984 F    iv. Louise Sutter was born on May 27, 1906 in PA and died after 1930.

+ 985 M    v. William J. Sutter was born on May 31, 1901 in PA and died on Apr 21, 1962.

  1. Leila E. Sutterwas born circa Jul 1876 in PA.
  2. Anna L. Sutterwas born circa 1879 in Clayville, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.
  3. Celia Sutterwas born circa Jan 1884 in PA.
  4. Mary C. Parsonswas born circa 1883 in PA and died after 1920 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.
  5. Blanche Parsonswas born circa 1878 in Clayville, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.
  6. Walter Parsonswas born circa 1879 in Clayville, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.
  7. William E. Porterwas born on Oct 28, 1874 in Jefferson Co, PA, died in 1954 in probably Jefferson Co, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. L, Row 2).

William married Isabel R. Stewart on May 31, 1899 in PA. Isabel was born on Jul 21, 1875 in PA, died in 1936 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. L, Row 2).

Children from this marriage were:

+ 986 M    i. George W. Porter was born on Mar 19, 1902 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

+ 987 F    ii. Jeanette M. Porter was born on Mar 21, 1900 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

+ 988 M    iii. James S. Porter was born on Jan 7, 1906 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

+ 989 F    iv. Isabel M. Porter was born on Apr 28, 1909 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

  1. Amanda Jane Porterwas born on Feb 17, 1877 in Jefferson Co, PA and died after 1923 in St Louis , MO.

Amanda married J. William Reed on Sep 27, 1900. J. was born on Feb 21, 1872.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 990 M    i. Porter Reed was born on Mar 17, 1902.

+ 991 M    ii. J Weakland Reed was born on Jul 1, 1903.

+ 992 F    iii. Virginia Reed was born on Jan 31, 1905.

+ 993 M    iv. George W. Reed was born on Jan 22, 1907 and died on Apr 11, 1927.

  1. G. Frank Porterwas born on Jul 30, 1884 in Clayville, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.
  2. married Edna Crafton Feb 1, 1917. Edna was born on Feb 24, 1899.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 994 M    i. Howard F. Porter was born on Jan 1, 1919.

+ 995 F    ii. Maxine F. Porter

+ 996 F    iii. Lois M. Porter was born on Dec 9, 1913.

  1. Anna A. Porterwas born on Jun 30, 1881 in PA and died after 1927 of Colville, Stevens, Washington.

Anna married H. O. Bair on Jan 13, 1900. H. was born on Oct 12, 1878 in PA and died after 1920 of Big Run, Jefferson Co, Pa.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 997 F    i. Julia A. Bair was born on Jul 12, 1906 in PA and died after 1920 of Colville, Stevens, Washington.

+ 998 F    ii. Alta Ealine Bair was born on Jan 15, 1911 in probably Colville, Stevens, Washington and died after 1920 of Colville, Stevens, Washington.

  1. Lydia F. Porterwas born on Sep 17, 1887 and died after 1923.

Lydia married Earl H. Snyder on Sep 17, 1908. Earl was born on Jan 24, 1884 and died on Feb 24, 1923.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 999 F    i. Francis M. Snyder was born on May 27, 1909.

+ 1000 F    ii. Martha J. Snyder was born on Dec 9, 1913.

  1. Frank Porterwas born in 1879 in Clayville, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.
  2. Edgar D. Wilsonwas born in Jun 1882 in Iowa and died after 1900.
  3. Florence E. Wilsonwas born in Jan 1885 in PA and died after 1900.
  4. Nellie L. Wilsonwas born in Nov 1889 in Neb and died after 1900.
  5. Clarence W. Wilsonwas born in Jul 1893 in Neb and died after 1910.
  6. Hazel Willard Wilsonwas born in Apr 1898 in Neb and died after 1910.
  7. Belle Naomi Taylorwas born on Jan 8, 1875 in Schoffners Corners, Jefferson Co., PA and died on Jan 5, 1939 in Oakland, Alameda, CA.

Belle married Milton David Frost on May 24, 1899. Milton was born on Dec 25, 1872 in Nebraska and died on Aug 26, 1957 in Oakland, Alameda, CA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1001 M    i. Claude T. Frost was born circa 1902 in WI.

+ 1002 M    ii. Kenneth L. Frost was born circa 1910 in Nebraska.

  1. Ceran Blanchard Taylorwas born on Apr 6, 1878 in Franklin , Venango, Pennsylvania and died on Jun 22, 1967 in Santa Cruz Co., CA.

Ceran married Flora Rose on Aug 30, 1904 in Sheridan Co., WY. Flora was born circa 1886 in WY.

  1. Denver Wilson Taylorwas born on Sep 8, 1880 in Luthersburg, Clearfield Co., PA and died on Nov 11, 1956 in Vancouver, Clark, WA.

Denver married Sadie Sparling on Feb 28, 1919. Sadie was born circa 1894 in WA and died in 1941.

Denver next married Louise E. Clancy on Sep 15, 1903 in Sheridan Co., WY. Louise was born circa 1884 in CO.

Denver next married Mary Elizabeth Plank in 1943. Mary was born on Sep 6, 1907 in Floris, IA, died on Mar 27, 1998 in Vancouver, Clark, WA, and was buried in Portland Memorial Mausoleum, Portland OR.

  1. Ena Amanda Taylorwas born on Jun 29, 1882 in Todd, Huntingdon Co., PA and died on Aug 23, 1942.

Ena married Earle Charles Webster on Jun 6, 1906. Earle was born on Jul 23, 1883 in Jackson, Venango, PA.

  1. Mary Dale Taylorwas born on May 4, 1885 in Petrolia, Butler Co., PA and died on Jun 19, 1977 in Oakland, Alameda, CA.

Mary married Benjamin L. Clark.

  1. Katie Florence Taylorwas born on Apr 5, 1887 in Homestead, Frontier Co., NE and died on Apr 27, 1887 in Homestead, Frontier Co., NE.
  2. Lawrence Emerson Taylorwas born on Oct 23, 1890 in Bartley, Red Willow Co., NE and died on May 2, 1971.

Lawrence married Francis Louise Morse.

  1. Lola Ethel Taylorwas born on Feb 16, 1894 in Bartley, Red Willow Co., NE and died on May 8, 1960.

Lola married William Frank Hemphill on Jun 20, 1917. William was born on Aug 7, 1892 in Litchfield, IL.

  1. Verne Alton Taylorwas born on Aug 10, 1897 in Blue Springs, Gage Co., NE, died on Sep 13, 1980 in Provo, UT, and was buried in Orem City Cemetery, Orem, UT.

Verne married Marie Florinda Thomas on May 10, 1919 in San Francisco, CA. Marie was born on Sep 9, 1901 in San Francisco, CA, died on May 17, 1987, and was buried in Orem City Cemetery, Orem, UT.

  1. Winifred Wilsonwas born circa 1889 in PA and died after 1910.
  2. John H. Wilsonwas born circa 1902 in IL and died after 1910.
  3. Dewalt Theodore Wilsonwas born on Feb 5, 1886 in probably Jefferson Co, PA.

Dewalt married Sarah Margaret.

  1. Lucy L. Wilsonwas born in Oct 1887 in probably Jefferson Co, PA and died on May 15, 1971 in San Bernardino Co., CA.

Lucy married William Henry Rockey. William was born on Jan 31, 1883 in PA and died on Nov 15, 1968 in San Bernardino Co., CA.

  1. John Garner Wilsonwas born on Oct 6, 1889 in Hazen, Jefferson Co, PA.
  2. Benjamin Snyder Wilsonwas born on Oct 13, 1891 in probably Jefferson Co, PA.
  3. Amanda G. Wilsonwas born in Mar 1894 in probably Jefferson Co, PA.
  4. Lydia G. Wilsonwas born in Jan 1897 in probably Jefferson Co, PA.
  5. William McKinley Wilsonwas born on Jan 18, 1899 in probably Jefferson Co, PA.
  6. James William Wilsonwas born on Nov 8, 1903 in W VA.
  7. Hugh W. Wilsonwas born on Nov 22, 1906 in Weston, Lewis, W VA and died on Jul 17, 1948 in Weston, Lewis, W VA.
  8. George Stephen Wilsonwas born on May 9, 1913 in Lewis Co. , W VA and died on Oct 4, 1952 in Weston, Lewis, W VA.
  9. Howard Ora Framptonwas born in 1877 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died before 1900.
  10. George Otto Framptonwas born in 1879 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.
  11. Daisy F. Framptonwas born in Nov 1883 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.
  12. Carl P. Framptonwas born in Jun 1886 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

Carl married Beatrice.

  1. Walter Bernard Framptonwas born on Dec 3, 1889 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

Walter married Sophia Crawford Darlington. Sophia was born circa 1891 in PA.

  1. Mabel C. Framptonwas born in Jul 1892 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.
  2. Marie C. Framptonwas born in Jun 1895 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.
  3. Alexander Jackson Gillespiewas born on Oct 30, 1889 in Reynoldsville, Jefferson County, Pennsylvania and died after 1930 of Bay Village, Cuyahoga Co., OH.

Alexander married Gertrude Bennett. Gertrude was born in 1890 in Ohio.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1003 F    i. Natalie Jane Gillespie was born on Jun 30, 1917 in Cleveland, OH and died on Jun 6, 2002 in Cuyahoga Falls, Summit Co., OH.

+ 1004 M    ii. Alexander Jackson Gillespie was born in 1919 in Cleveland, OH and died on May 29, 1966 in Rocky River, Cuyahoga, Ohio, United States.

  1. Katherine M. Gillespiewas born in Sep 1897 in Allegheny City, Allegheny Co., PA and died after 1920 in New Castle, Lawrence Co, Pa.

Katherine married someone Knepper.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 1005 M    i. James W. Knepper was born circa 1821 in Ohio.

  1. Mary L. Gillespiewas born in May 1896 in NY.

Mary married Arnold Carl Tisch.

  1. James ABRAHAM Winslowwas born on Dec 14, 1890 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson Co., PA, died on Aug 8, 1970 in Brookville , Jefferson Co., Pa, and was buried in Butler Cemetery, Brookville, Jefferson, PA.

General Notes: Obituary Aug 8, 1970
Funeral services will be held in Brookville this afternoon for James A Winslow a resident at the Jefferson Manor Brookville who died Saturday at the age of 79. He died in the Jefferson Manor. Born Dec 14, 1890 he was the son of Roland and Mae Wells Winslow.
He is survived by two sisters. Funeral services will he held at 2 o’clock this afternoon in the Work Funeral Home in Brookville the Rev Ivan Thompson will officiate and burial will be in the Butler Cemetery near Brookville.

James married Ruth Eunice Winslow about 1910, daughter of John Warren Winslow and Mary Eunice Dickerson. Ruth was born on Mar 4, 1894 in Big Run, Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died on Jul 1, 1979 in San Mateo CA.

Noted events in her life were:

  • Divorced: Then Moved To San Fran Calif Area About 1938 With Sons.
  • Misc: Married 3rd Cousin.

(Duplicate Line. See Person 398)

  1. Gertrude W. Winslowwas born in Aug 1886 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died after 1946 of Youngstown OH.

Gertrude married John Watson. John was born on Dec 18, 1885 in PA.

  1. Edith M. Winslowwas born in Apr 1893 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died after 1946.

Edith married J. C. Caldell.

  1. Bedonna Marie Winslowwas born in Oct 1896 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died after 1946.

Bedonna married J. K. Daugherty.

  1. Victor Hill Winslowwas born on Dec 3, 1904 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died on Mar 8, 1985 in Downey, Los Angeles City, Los Angeles, California.
  2. Robert Winslowwas born circa 1888 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Nov 13, 1896 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.
  3. Carrie Nealwas born in May 1882 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died in 1935 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. E, Row 6).

Carrie married Banks Wilson Young circa 1904 in probably Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA. Banks was born in 1878 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died in 1949 in probably Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Bell Twp., Punxsutawney, PA (Sec. E, Row 6).

The child from this marriage was:

+ 1006 M    i. Richard Young was born about 1906 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.

  1. Mabel Nealwas born in Aug 1884 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA.
  2. Francis H. Minishwas born circa 1905 in Elk Co, PA and died after 1930 of Ridgway, Elk, Pennsylvania.
  3. James Minish Douglaswas born on May 24, 1904 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Nov 4, 1974 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

James married Margaret Rudolph. Margaret was born on Jan 25, 1915 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA, died on Dec 20, 1983 in Tampa, FL, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery., Bell Twp., Jefferson Co., PA.

Tenth Generation

  1. Mary Aletha Winslowwas born on Jan 31, 1925 in Benezette, Elk Co, Pennsylvania, died on Aug 29, 2006 in Manassas, Virginia, and was buried in Graceland Cemetery, New Castle, PA.

General Notes: Personal Memories: Mom grew up in Benezette PA- always seemed to be home to them even though they left in the early 1940s. The Benezette Winslows lived in a very small town atmosphere where everyone knew each other. Mom’s family while not rich were probably better off than many with running water, the town store, a telephone, etc.
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MANASSAS, VA. – Mary A Nay, 81, formerly of Boardman, Ohio passed away Tuesday
night, Aug. 29, after a long illness. She was born Mary Winslow in Benezette, Pa and moved to New Castle , Pa with her pamily in the early 1940s and then to Boardman with her family in 1956. She worked many years in the Mahoning Bank and loved her beloved Boardman. Her husband, Robert ³Jake² Nay, passed away in 1979. She is survived by two sons and their families, Bob ³Butch² Nay of Jacksonville Fla., and Bill of Centreville, Va.; a sister, Jean McNulty of Cincinnati; five grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews.
Arrangements by the Cremation and Memorial Center of Chantilly Va., with burial in New Castle, Pa. Memorial contributions can be made to the local Alzheimer¹s Association in Boardman in her memory.

Noted events in her life were:

  • Hobbies/ Enjoyments: Sports ( Especially Bowling And Softball) And Games.
  • She was employed in Waitress; Bank Supervisor.
  • Residences: Benezette, PA; New Castle PA(1940-1945; 1949-1955); Richmond VA(1946-1949); Boardman OH(1955-2000);Fairfax VA Area(2000-2006).
  • She attended school at Benezette High School in Jun 1941 in Benezette, , Elk, PA. Classmates: Eleanor Gallagher, Larry Hartman, Charles Larkin, Jean Murphy, Shirley winslow, Calvin Woodring, Lucille woodring, Helen Zuranik. commencement at the Grange Hall

Mary married Robert “Jake” Edward Nay on Dec 4, 1945 in New Castle, Lawrence, Pennsylvania, son of Robert Edward Lee Nay and Elizabeth “Lizzie” Louisse Suddarth. Robert was born on Sep 15, 1921 in Batesville, Albemarle, Virginia, died on Apr 20, 1979 in Youngstown, Mahoning, Ohio, and was buried in Apr 1979 in Graceland Memorial Cemetery, New Castle, Lawrence, PA.

General Notes: Personal Memories: Dad was a soft spoken, hard working Virginian who moved up to Penna where Mom was from and to Ohio to find better working conditions-as a millwright in the steel mills of Youngstown Ohio. He grew up in relatively poor economic family conditions in Virginia-( he enjoyed the Waltons TV show of Virginia, but thought they were rich compared to his upbringing.) His family- my aunts, uncles, and cousins; I didn’t know my Nay grandparents- always seemed to have an extra closeness and togetherness among them. I always and still do enjoy visits with them and especially trips to Batesville Virginia. I remember Dad working all three shifts at the steel mills and the coke/coal smell that would come home on his clothes. He also worked a second job in an appliance store installing and repairing appliances. He enjoyed country music ( especially his brother “Bee” singing and playing guitar); enjoyed our sports playing when he could watch; enjoyed his grandchildren; enjoyed his family; and enjoyed helping others. Everybody loved “Jake”

The U.S. Army Transportation Corps has the task of moving personnel, equipment, and supplies. Members of the Corps perform this task by a variety of means. Rail service is one of those means, and during World War II, it was a little-publicized yet successful aspect of the war. Dad (entered Nov 9, 1942 and discharged Nov 17, 1945) was with the 774th Railway Grand Division in Europe. I don’t know what he did but his discharge papers stated driving a light truck. Dad would not talk much about his military service during WW2- based on his discharge papers which are the only remaining records- these were the major campaigns he was involved in: North Africa 5/11/42-5/13/43 Naples-Foggia 9 September 1943-21 January 1944 Rome-Arno 22 January-9 September 1944 North Apennines 10 September1944-4 April 1945

Noted events in his life were:

  • Military: Between Nov 9, 1942 and Nov 17, 1945. Foggio; Rome,Arno;Purple Heart 1944, Africa, Southern France; North Apennines
  • He was employed before WWII Worked In Civilian Conservation Corps; Steelworker(Youngstown Sheet And Tube- Millwright Almost 30 Years).
  • Residences: Batesville And Richmond, VA, New Castle PA ; Boardman Ohio.
  • Soc Sec Num: 223-24-3037.
  • Military: Abt 1943, Probably After Basic Training Went To Camp Reynolds Near New Castle PA Where He Met His Future Wife Who Was Then Living In New Castle; Then Went Overseas To Europe.
  • He had a residence in 1952 in New Castle, Lawrence Co, Pa. lived in Bill and Gladys home until buying house on Eastbrook (buy July 1951, sold 1952) and bought on Beckford St. sold that about 1956 ( son RWN entering 5th grade) and moved to Boardman OH

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1007 M    i. Robert Winslow Nay

+ 1008 M    ii. William Burke Nay

  1. William Burke Winslowwas born on Sep 1, 1917 in Burke House, Weedville, Elk County, Pennsylvania, died on Nov 26, 2003 in Titusville, FL, and was buried in Nov 2003 in Forest Lawn Memory Gardens, Savannah, Georgia.

General Notes: WBW remembering Benezette: I find it very interesting,especially the history of the Benezette Winslow hotel and the Frank Blesh comment concerning Blesh Hotel.I can well remember a sign on the window of the Henry Blesh & Son store and hotel.The Son was Frank Blesh.I think I can remember of seeing him in the store when Mon or Dad would take me there when I was 6//8 years old. Also well recall a Julius Jones that worked there as a clerk. And another worker there–“Shorty Shaffer” The store had a glass bowtop counter,where they had the candy displayed.AsI would stand there looking at the candies,as Mom or Dad was shopping,one of the clerks would give me a piece of “Penny candy”. A really BIG event for me.The store was a general store–a sort of a combination grocery-hardware-dry goods-clothing-animal feed&care items and would you believe,even had a gasoline pump at the front of the store. When we moved into town[from the Winslow Hill farm],[about1925 ]this was the only store in town.A few years later Mom & Dad opened a small one room grocery store,then added a Pennzoil gas pump.I think about the same time Swackhammer opened a small store across the road.I am a little fuzzy on the time that the Swackhammer store opened.

From US Air Force Memorial: My uncle- William B Winslow- started as an enlisted soldier in 1935, became a WWII B17 pilot stationed in Thurleigh, England (Clay Pigeons -the 306 (H) Bomb Group,367 Squadron, the Mighty 8th Air Force), and retired after 25 years as a Lt Col, USAF. As one of our many WW2 heroes he was able to serve his country in a critical time and to live his passion- aviation. And this passion did not end upon his military retirement. He lived his last years in Titusville FL \endash close enough to look out from his yard and enjoy the space shots at Kennedy Space Center. He became my “flight mentor” as I fulfilled a life long dream of learning to fly late in life. After every flight lesson and many times in between we would spend “hanger” hours talking about my lessons and his experiences. Thank you Uncle Bill (Lt Col William B Winslow) for your service to America and aviation. You are our own “legend of air power”. 

Airplanes flown by Bill Winslow 1st. solo A/C make–Model eng-make-h/p Location training to solo

#1 23Dec.’42 Stearman PT-17 Cont 220 Decatur,Al. 10 hrs.
#2 9 Feb ’43 Vultee BT-13 P&W 450 Walnut Ridge,Ark 6 hrs.
#3 13 Feb.’43 ” BT-15 Wright 425″ ” ” none
#4 9 Apr. 43 Beech AT-10 Lycoming 590 Blytheville ” 5 hrs.
#5 14 Apr.’43 Curtiss AT-9 “” ” ” 3 hrs.
#6 12 June’43 N/American AT-6 P&W 600 Tyndall Field,Fl. 1 1/2 hrs.
#7 31 Aug.’43 Lockheed B-34 P&W 4000″ 19 hrs.
#8 10 Jan.’44 Piper L-4B Cont. 60 ” none
#9 16 Jan.’44 Taylorcraft L-2B ” 65″ none
#10 1 Apr.’44 Curtiss P-40 Allison 1200″ none
#11 6 May’44 Fairchild PT-19 Ranger 175″ 1/2 hr.
#12 6 July ’44 Boeing B-17F Wright 4800 Hendricks A.F.B. 54 hrs.
#13 2 Aug.’45 Republic P-47D P&W 2000 306th B/G England none *
#14 1 3 Aug.’45 Norseman UC-64 ” 600″ ” ” none
#15 11 Nov.45 Douglas A-26C ” 4000″ ” ” 1/2 hr.
#16 12 May’46 Aeronica Champ Cont 65 Rental-New Castle,Pa
#17 19 May’46 Piper Cruiser ” 75 Rental-Du Bois
#18 19 July’46 Stinson L-5B Lycom 165 Istres,France 1/2hr.
#19 7 Sept.’46 Douglas C-47 P&W 2400 Orly Field,Paris 20 hrs.[C/P
#20 1 Oct.’46 Beechcraft C-45 P&W 840″ ” ” 1&1/2hr.
#21 13 Nov’57 DeHaviland L-20 ” ? Elendorf-Alaska 2 hrs.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Military: England- 306 Bomber Group; 367 Bomb Squadron; Thurleigh, England; Distinguished Flying Cross.
  • Other: 1969, Uncle Bill Was Given The Honor Of Giving Away Kathy Rhoads To B. Nay At Her Wedding; Daughter Valerie Was Maid Of Honor; Nephew Bob “Butch” Nay Was His Best MAN In His Second Marriage In 1981.
  • Residences: After Retiring From Military Service, Has Lived In Santa Barbara Calif And Titusville FL.

William married Dorothy Loraine Johnson on Apr 26, 1939 in St Louis, Missouri. Dorothy was born on Jul 27, 1919 in Cambridge Springs, Pennsylvania and died on Jan 23, 1976 in Santa Barbara, California.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 1009 F    i. Valerie Lynden Winslow

William next married Jean Tyler.

  1. Lois Lenore Winslowwas born on Sep 2, 1919 in Winslow Hill, Benezette, PA, died on Jul 19, 1975 in Santa Barbara, CA, and was buried in Graceland Memorial Cemetery, New Castle PA.

Noted events in her life were:

  • Residences: Primarily Benezette And New Castle PA ; Santa Barbara CA.
  • She was employed in Waitress.

Lois married Claude Brock Connors in 1936. Claude was born on Feb 18, 1915 and died in Apr 1975 in New Castle, Pennsylvania.

Noted events in their marriage were:

  • Divorced: Divorced, 1946.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 1010 F    i. Susan Ann Connors was born on Jun 1, 1938 in New Castle, PA and died on Apr 8, 1969 in Beale Air Force Base, Solano County, California.

  1. Dorothy Jeanette Winslowwas born on May 27, 1923 in Benezette, Pennsylvania, died on Jun 2, 2005 in Boardman, Ohio, and was buried on Jun 6, 2005 in Graceland Memorial Cemetery, New Castle, Lawrence, PA.

Noted events in her life were:

  • Military: Between 1942 and 1945, US Marines. Cpl WW2 U S Marines
  • Residences: Benezette, Pa , New Castle PA , Boardman OH.

Dorothy married Socrates Christ Roussos on Jun 28, 1946 in New Castle, Pennsylvania, son of Christ Michael Roussos and Johanna Schukler. Socrates was born on Aug 3, 1920 in New Castle, Pennsylvania, died on Oct 5, 2004 in Boardman, Ohio, and was buried on Oct 9, 2004 in Graceland Memorial Cemetery, New Castle, Lawrence, PA.

General Notes: WW2; 5th Air Force, 90th Bomber Group, 400th Bomber Squadron (aka Black Pirates), Pacific Theater—T/Sgt/ flight engineer /flight maintenance gunner in the 400th Squadron The “Jolly Rogers”SERVED IN BATTLES AND CAMPAIGNS IN THE ASIATIC-PACIFIC THEATER. In the Jewell Crew
5th Airforce 90th Bomb Group (Heavy), The “Jolly Rogers”
No group of fliers since the Flying Tigers of China has ever emerged from the war with greater glory than the world famous Liberator unit . . . the JOLLY ROGERS. Month after month, since September, 1942, American newspapers and magazines have brimmed over with colorful stories about this most colorful of all B-24 outfits. Less celebrated Liberator units have complained that all these laurels fell to the JOLLY ROGERS because of their fascinating name and twin-tail insignia – a huge skull surmounting two crossed bombs.

Activated in spring 1942 as a B-26 Marauder medium bomber squadron. Trained under Third Air Force in southeastern United States.
Reassigned to the 90th Bomb Group and relocated to the Ford Willow Run Plant in Michigan where squadron received Very Long Range (VLR) B-24D Liberator heavy bombers manufactured by Ford.
Deployed first to Hawaii and trained on the heavy bombers for combat and long over ocean navigation and bombardment missions under Seventh Air Force. Squadron deployed to Fifth Air Force in Southwest Pacific, assembling in northern Queensland, Australia then moving to operational base in New Guinea.
The 400th Bomb Squadron began leaving Hawaii on 31 October 1942 again following the same route as the 321st Bomb Squadron. 
Carried out long-range strategic bombardment of enemy targets in New Guinea, Duch East Indies, Phillipine Islands and other areas from bases as ground forces sized them during MacArthur’s island hopping campaign. Bombarded targets on Okinawa; Iwo Jima; Formosa and China.
Squadron personnel demobilized in Okinawa and Philippines, aircraft sent to reclamation during fall of 1945. Inactivated as a paper unit in Early 1946.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Military: WW2; 5th Air Force, 90th Bomber Group, 400th Bomber Squadron (aka Black Pirates), Pacific Theater—T/Sgt/ flight engineer /flight maintenance gunner in the 400th Squadron The “Jolly Rogers”SERVED IN BATTLES AND CAMPAIGNS IN THE ASIATIC-PACIFIC THEATER. In the Jewell Crew
  • Residences: New Castle PA And Boardman OH.
  • He worked as a Teacher in Football-Sports Coach.
  • Military: Nov 1, 1943. Began airplane mechanical training at Keesler AFB Biloxi Ms in B24s bombers
  • Military: Oct 17, 1944. Cpl Socrates Roussos is now a gunner on a B24 completed final bomber training at Gowen Field Idaho.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1011 F    i. Anastasia “Stacy” Roussos was born on Jun 24, 1947 in New Castle, PA and died in ;.

+ 1012 F    ii. Melinda Jean Roussos

+ 1013 F    iii. Christina Roussos

+ 1014 M    iv. Michael Winslow Roussos

  1. Jean Fayette Winslowwas born on Mar 30, 1927 in Benezette, Elk Co., PA, died on Dec 28, 2006 at Daughter, Ellicott City, MD, and was buried in Arlington National Cemetery, Washington, DC ( With Husband John Wyatt).

General Notes: Obituary: Jean F. McNulty -Jean Fayette McNulty (Winslow) passed on to eternal life on December 28, 2006. Born 1927 in Benezette, Pennsylvania to William and Gladys Winslow, Jean lived her life with grace and elegance and was loved by those who knew her. After graduation from Benezette high school, she joined the US Marine Corps. In 1955, Jean met and married John R. Wyatt, Jr., who went on to become a Major in the Marines and an executive with General Motors. The couple raised their two children, Russ and Jodi in Northridge, California until a corporate transfer to Bloomfield Hills, Michigan in 1972. Jean was a dedicated mother, volunteer and spectator at her children’s sports events. Four years after John’s untimely death in 1976, Jean married John W. “Jack” McNulty, Vice President of Public Relations for General Motors, and former speechwriter to President Lyndon Baines Johnson. Jean and Jack traveled the world on business and for pleasure. Upon Jack’s retirement, the couple moved to Cincinnati to be near their growing horse racing business and close friends, George and Carol Pruette. Jean’s greatest passions throughout her life were her children, grandchildren and patriotic devotion to country. She is preceded in death by her first beloved husband, John Wyatt, and her four siblings, Bill Winslow, Dorothy Roussos, Mary Nay, and Lois Connor. She is survived by her husband of 27 years, Jack McNulty; as well as her son, Russ Wyatt, his wife Laurie, and granddaughter Ashton of Dallas, Texas; her daughter Jodi, husband Kevin Phelan, and granddaughters Jessica and Kelly of Ellicott City, Maryland; her stepdaughter Suellen and husband George Kinna and sons David and Steve and daughters, Pamela and Cassandra of Fenton, Michigan; and stepdaughter Jean Crocker of St. Clair Shores, Michigan; her stepson John McNulty and his wife Carolyn and children Ethan and Emilie of Evanston, Illinois; and her stepson, Pete McNulty, his wife Hannah, and children Finn and Maeve of Wilmette, Illinois. Services will be held on January 6 at Church of the Resurrection in Ellicott City, Maryland. A private family internment will take place at Arlington National Cemetery in Virginia. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations to be made to the American Cancer Society or the Legionaries of Christ.

Noted events in her life were:

  • Military: Between 1949 and 1950, Us Marines, Buried Arlington National Cemetery With 1st Husband John Wyatt.
  • Residences: Kansas City; Los Angeles, Detroit, Cincinnati.

Jean married John R Wyatt on Nov 12, 1955 in New Castle, Lawrence Co., PA. John was born on Aug 17, 1922 in Maybe Texas, died on Feb 19, 1976 in Detroit, Michigan, and was buried in Arlington National Cemetery, Washington, DC.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Military: Between 1940 and 1960, Us Marines Major Retired, WW2, Korea, Buried Arlington National Cemetery, DC.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1015 M    i. Russell Douglas Wyatt

+ 1016 F    ii. Jodi Lynn Wyatt

Jean next married Jack McNulty.

Jean next married Thomas Muir.

  1. Kathleen Winslowwas born in 1916 in Detroit, Michigan and died in 1916 in Detroit, Michigan.
  2. William Kenelem Winslowwas born on Oct 24, 1910 in Benezette, Elk Co, PA, died on Jan 5, 1993 in Caledonia, Elk, PA, and was buried in Winslow Hill Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

General Notes: William Kenelm Winslow, 82, of Weedville R D died Tuesday January 5 1992 in his home.
Born October 24 1910 in Brockway, he was the son of Bruce and Clesta Jane Winslow. He was married to Elizabeth Newell Winslow in October 3, 1930.
A graduate of Reynoldsville High School he lived in the Weedville area for 58 years. A Protestant by faith he was a member of Masonic Lodge No 532 of Driftwood. He was also a heavy equipment operator in the coal industry prior to his retirement.
He is survived by his wife, four sons, Bruce Winslow of Kersey, James Winslow of Caledonia, Gary Winslow of Winslow Hill, and Edward “Bill” Winslow of Santa Fe NM; six daughters Mrs Donna Woodring and Mrs Duke (Janice) Hall of Weedville, Mrs Phillip (Garnet) Taylor of Brighten Colorado, Mrs Ronald (Kathleen) Agosti of DuBois R D , Mrs Andrew (Rena) Chileski of Byrnedale and Mrs Harold (Phyliss) Owens of Highspire, a brother Robert Winslow of Silver City NM, 35 grandchildren and 23 great grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by a son Walter, an infant sister, a grandson Michael and his parents.
Funeral services were conducted Jan 8 at 1 pm. Interment was in Mt Pleasant Cemetery Winslow Hill, Benezette.

William married Elizabeth J. Newell on Oct 3, 1930 in Elk Co , PA. Elizabeth was born on Sep 21, 1911 in PA, died on Nov 24, 1994 in Weedville, Elk, PA, and was buried in Winslow Hill Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1017 M    i. Bruce Newell Winslow was born circa 1930 in Benezette Twp. Elk County, Pennsylvania and died after 2010 of 176 Toby Road, Kersey, PA 15846.

+ 1018 F    ii. Donna Ray Winslow was born on Jan 3, 1933 in Byrnedale, Elk County, Pennsylvania, died on Sep 5, 2007 in Du Bois, Clearfield County, Pennsylvania., and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

+ 1019 M    iii. James Kenelm Winslow was born on May 7, 1934 in Benezette Twp. Elk County, Pennsylvania and died after 2011 of 4081 River Road Caledonia, Elk, Pa.

+ 1020 M    iv. Gary E. Winslow was born in Oct 1935 in Benezette Twp. Elk County, Pennsylvania and died after 2010 of Winslow Hill, Benezette, PA.

+ 1021 F    v. Garnett Winslow died after 2010 of 61 Kirkland Road Silver City, NM.

+ 1022 M    vi. Walter Keith Winslow died before 1993.

+ 1023 M    vii. William Edward Winslow was born on May 28, 1944 in Benezette Twp. Elk County, Pennsylvania and died after 2010 of 11101 Desert Dreamer, NW Albuerque, NM.

+ 1024 F    viii. Kathleen Winslow died after 2010 of 830 Hickory Road Hickory Kingdom, near DuBois, PA 15801.

+ 1025 F    ix. Rena Winslow died after 2010 of 47 Washington Street Byrnedale, Pa.

+ 1026 F    x. Phyliss Ann Winslow died after 2010 in 923 Chambers Street Oberline, PA 17113.

+ 1027 F    xi. Janice Winslow died after 2010 of 7304 State Park Road Penfield, PA.

  1. Ronald English Winslowwas born on Nov 11, 1913 in Benezette, Elk Co, PA and died on May 17, 1993 in Silver City, Grant, New Mexico.

Ronald married Verna Elizabeth Lupold on Dec 24, 1934. Verna was born on Nov 24, 1916 in Rushford, Allegheny, New York and died in Nov 1994 in Silver City, Grant, New Mexico.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1028 M    i. Robert Ronald Winslow was born on Dec 20, 1935 in Medix Run, PA and died after 2010 of 2177 Spruce Hill Road, P. O. Box 116, Rockton, PA 15856.

+ 1029 F    ii. Jane Winslow was born on Dec 26, 1942 in Clearfield, PA and died after 2010 of 251 Arbor Drive, Chesterton, IN 46304.

+ 1030 M    iii. Larry Joseph Winslow was born on Jul 9, 1938 in Ridgway, PA and died after 2010 of 24700 136th Avenue, S. E., Kent, WA 98042.

+ 1031 F    iv. Joan Winslow was born on Jan 11, 1950 in Clearfield, PA and died after 2010 of 324 S. 8th Street, Aranscis Pass, TX 78336.

+ 1032 M    v. Ray L. Winslow was born on May 4, 1944 in Clearfield, PA and died in Jun 2000 in Tuszon, AZ.

  1. Verna Winslowwas born on Nov 24, 1916 in Benezette, Elk Co, PA and died in Infant.
  2. Shirley Edna Winslow

Shirley married Jack Bloom. Jack was born on Sep 30, 1923 in Lawsonham, Clearfield, PA and died on Jul 24, 2003 in Youngstown, OH.

General Notes: On 16 December, 1944 the Germans launched their ARDENNES OFFENSIVE. The 106th positioned in the Schnee Eifel salient was hit with their full force. After three days the 422nd and 423rd Regiments were surrounded and completely cut off from the rest of the U.S. Army. The 424th Regiment, whose position was south of the 422nd and 423rd, were able to fight and withdraw. They joined the 112th Regiment of the 28th Division, who were in position just south of the them. The two regiments, the 424th of the 106th and the 112th of the 28th, formed a Regimental Combat Team. They were successful during the oncoming days of January to help repel the German forces from the former Allied positions. The battle which lasted from 16 December 1944 to 25 January 1945 was known in the U.S. Forces journals and history books as The Battle of the Bulge. European historians refer to the same battle as The ARDENNES OFFENSIVE.
The 106th Infantry Division, when they caught to brunt of the German Offensive on 16 December 1944:
Had been on the Continent only 15 days.
Had been in place in a “quiet” sector for orientation.
Had the youngest troops (average age – 22) of any American Division on line.
Had been in their new positions only five days.
Had no prior warning that the Germans were going to attack.
Occupied a front line that covered over three times the normal distance.
Noted events in his life were:

  • Military: Between Mar 1943 and Dec 1945, Us Army Transportation( Truck Driver) Battle Of The Bulge With 106th Infantry Division, 422 Infantry, Co I, Captured As Pow( About 5 Months).
  • He was educated in Graduated Benezette HI 1941, Graduated Weedville HI 1943.
  • He was buried in Green Haven Canfield OH.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1033 F    i. Edna Mae Bloom

+ 1034 M    ii. Richard Vernon Bloom

Shirley next married Jack Vernon Bloom, son of Sherman Elmer Bloom and Jessie Belle Buzard. Jack was born in Lawsonham, Clarion Co. Pa and died in Boardman Ohio.

  1. Losey James Winslowwas born on Jan 19, 1913 in Benezette, Elk, PA, died on Apr 16, 1971 in Benezette, Elk Co., PA, and was buried in Winslow Hill Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

Losey married Mildred Jessie Gray.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1035 F    i. Joan Edna Winslow

+ 1036 M    ii. Losey JAMES Winslow was born on May 15, 1935 in Dubois, PA and died on May 30, 2004 in Lynn AL.

+ 1037 F    iii. Verna Doris Winslow was born on Jul 10, 1944 in Dubois, PA and died after 2010.

+ 1038 M    iv. Terrance Lee Winslow was born on Oct 2, 1947 in Dubois, PA and died after 2004.

+ 1039 F    v. Esther Lou Winslow

  1. Vivian Freda Winslowwas born on May 15, 1911 in Benezette, Pa, died on May 20, 2005 in Benezette, Pa, and was buried in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

General Notes: Ridgway Record 5-23-2005
Vivian F Dudley
Vivian F Dudley , 94, of Winslow Hill, Benezette died Friday May 20, 2005 at Elk regional Health Center following a brief illness.
She was born May 15, 1911 in Benezette, daughter of the late Sylvanus and Edna Madge Losey Winslow.
In 1930 she married Leroy Dudley who preceded her in death in 1974.
She is survived by three children:Donald Dudley of Caledonia, Dolores (Mrs Charles) Ellenberger of New Alexandria, Carol Gavassi of Benezette; one sister Shirley (Mrs Jack) bloom of Boardman Ohio; seven grandchildren and three great grandchildren.
In addition to her parents and husband she was predeceased by a brother, Losey Winslow and a daughter Shirley Kunes.
Mrs Dudley was a homemaker and a graduate of Benezette High School. She was a member of Benezette Methodist Church , was active with the Women’s Society of the United Methodist Church all of her life and was pianist for the church from age 18 to 90. She was an honorary member of the Steering Committee of the Benezette High School and an active organizer of the Benezette Homecoming. She lived most of her life in Benezette.
Funeral services for Vivian F Dudley will be held Tuesday at 11:00 am at the Benezette United Methodist Church with the Rev Gerald Poole pastor officiating. Burial will be in Mt Pleasant Cemetery , Winslow Hill, Benezette.
Visitation is tonight from 2-4 and 7-9 pm at the Ralph M Geer Funeral Home Penfield and Tuesday from 10-11 am at the Benezette United Methodist Church. Memorial donations may be made to the Benezette United Methodist Church building fund.

Vivian married Leroy Franklin Dudley in Aug 1931 in Maryland. Leroy was born on Feb 5, 1906 in Benezette, , Elk, PA, died in Dec 1974 in Benezette, Elk Co., PA, and was buried in 1974 in Winslow Hill Cemetery, Benezette, PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1040 M    i. Donald Leroy Dudley was born on Dec 4, 1932 in Benezette, Elk Co, PA and died after 2010 of River Road, Caledonia, PA.

+ 1041 F    ii. Dolores Lucille Dudley was born on Sep 26, 1934 in Benezette, Elk Co, PA and died after 2010.

+ 1042 F    iii. Carol Dudley was born on Dec 27, 1941 in Ridgway, Elk Co, PA and died after 2010.

+ 1043 F    iv. Shirley Ann Dudley was born on Nov 9, 1946 in Dubois, PA, died on Nov 17, 2002 in Pittsburgh, PA, and was buried in MT Pleasant Cemetery, Winslow Hill, Elk, PA.

  1. Thomas Cornell Winslowwas born on Apr 1, 1929 in Benezette, Elk Co., PA, died on Nov 21, 2009 in St Marys, Elk Co, PA, and was buried in Nov 2009 in St Marys Cemetery, St Marys, Pa.

General Notes: Thomas C. Winslow, 80, a resident of Pinecrest Manor and formerly of Silvercreek Terrace and 1900 Bucktail Rd., St. Marys died Saturday at Pinecrest following a lengthy illness.
He was born on April 1, 1929 in Benezette, son of the late Merton and Ada Johnson Winslow.
He attended Benezette School and was a retired employee of Dominion Gas Co., retiring in 1991 after 35 years of service.
On Dec. 2, 1983 in Weedville, he married Shirley Cartwright , who preceded him in death in 2000.
Mr. Winslow is survived by a son, Ronald Winslow of Kersey; three grandchildren, Ashley Marie Pierce, Veron Randall Pierce, Jr., and Marlea Winslow; Peggy Bauer of St. Marys as a dear companion and friend; two step-sons, Tron Cartwwright of St. Marys or Troy Cartwright of St. Marys.
In addition to his parents and wife he is preceded in death by a daughter, Linda Winslow Pierce in 2001; three brothers, Gerald Winslow, Robert Winslow and a brother in infancy.
He was a member of the Shiloh Presbyterian Church in St. Marys, a veteran of the Korean War having served from 1950-1952; a member of the Driftwood Masonic Lodge and the Coudersport Consistory.
He enjoyed his trips to Salamanca and Canada in which he was very lucky.
Funeral services for Thomas Winslow will be held in the Lynch-Radkowski Funeral Home on Tuesday at 11 a.m. with Rev. Scott P. Weist, pastor of the Shiloh Prebyterian Church officiating.
Burial will follow in the St. Marys Cemetery. Full military rites will be accorded by the St. Marys Servicemens Burial Detail. Visitation is at the Lynch-Radkowski Funeral Home on Tuesday morning from 10 -11 a.m.
Memorials if desired may be made to a favorite charity.

Thomas married Helen M. Yates in May 1957 in St Marys, Elk, PA. Helen was born on Feb 28, 1931 in Brookville , Jefferson Co, Pa, died on Oct 29, 2004 in St Marys Elk , Pa, and was buried in Parklawn Memorial Gardens, Ridgway, Pa.

Noted events in their marriage were:

  • Divorced: Divorced, 1982.

General Notes: Helen M Winslow Daily Press Oct 29 2004
Helen M Winslow , 73, of 124 Cherry Road Kersey died Thursday morning at Elk Regional Health Center.
She was born Feb 28, 1931 in Brookville a daughter of the late William and Carmen McManigle Yates.
She is survived by a son Ronald T Winslow , Kersey; three grandchildren Marlea N Winslow, Ashley M Pierce and Vernon R Pierce II; and a brother W Jack Yates and his wife Nancy of Meadville.
Besides her parents she was preceded in death by a daughter Linda M Pierce on Oct 3, 2001.
She was a graduate of St Marys High School class of 1949. She retired from the Best Western Hotel and earlier had worked at the Bavarian Inn of St Marys for many years.
Funeral services for Helen M Winslow will be held 11 am Saturday at the Lynch Green Funeral Home with the Rev Lance S Tucker and the Rev Richard Burns officiating. Interment will follwo in Parklawn Memorial Gardens Ridgway.
Visitation will be 10 am until time fo service at the funeral home Saturday.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1044 M    i. Ronald T Winslow was born in 1958 in St Marys, Elk, PA and died living 2010 in Cherry Road, Kersey, PA 15846 (814) 834-1394.

+ 1045 F    ii. Linda Marie Winslow was born on May 3, 1962 in St Marys, Elk, PA, died on Oct 3, 2001 in Ridgway, Elk, PA, and was buried in Parklawn Memorial Gardens , Ridgway, PA.

Thomas next married Shirley F. Cartwright Marshall on Dec 2, 1983 in Weedville, Elk, PA. Shirley was born on Apr 25, 1936 in St Marys Elk , Pa, died in May 2000 in St Marys, Elk, PA, and was buried in St Marys Catholic Cemetery, St Marys Pa.

General Notes: Shirley F (Cartwright) Winslow, 64 of 1900 Bucktail Road St Marys died unexpectedly Thursday evening at the Elk Regional Health Center.
she was born April 25, 1936 in St Marys daughter of the late Vincent J and Dolores Kronenwetter Marshall. On Dc 2, 1983 in Weedville she married Thomas C Winslow who survives.
Mrs Winslow was a lifelong resident of St Mary’s and was a graduate of Central High School class of 1955.
She was a former employee of Sylvania and was employed for many years at Weight Watchers. She was a member of the Queen of the World church.
In addition to her husband she is survived by two sons, Tron M Cartwirght and Troy J Cartwright both of St Marys ; two grandchildren Courtney and Morgan Cartwright and a brother Robert F Marshall of Kersey.
Besides her parents she was preceded in death by her husbands Robert Kraus and John Cartwright.
A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated for Shirley F (Cartwright) Winslow at the Queen of the World Church on Monday at 10 am. Burial will follow in St Marys Cemetery.
Visitation will be at a funeral home in St Marys on Sunday from 7-9pm.
Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society.

  1. Gerald Merton Winslowwas born on Sep 11, 1918 in Benezette, Elk Co., PA, died on Mar 13, 1986 in Dubois, PA, and was buried in Salem Cemetery.

General Notes: Daily Press 3-14-1986
Brother of Local Resident Died in DuBois Thursday
Gerald M Winslow , 67, of 5 Juanita Street DuBois died yesterday in DuBois Medical Center West after a short illness.
He was born September 11, 1918 in Benezette son of the late Merton and Ada Johnson Winslow. He served in the US Air Force in World War II and was a retired station operator for Consolidated Gas.
Surviving are his wife the former Irene Spolter whom he married November 3, 1949; three daughters Carolyn V Winslow of Brockway, Christine, Mrs David Kougher; Edith E Zelman both of DuBois; six grandchildren and a brother Thomas C Winslow of St Marys.
Besides his parents he was preceded in death by two brothers.
Mr Winslow as a trustee and active member of Lakeside United Methodist Church and was a member of the American Legion.
Funeral services will be help Saturday 11 am in Lakeside Methodist Church. Interment will follow in Salem Cemetery.
Friends and relatives may call at the James H Luther Funeral Home DuBois today from 2-4 and 7-9 pm.

Gerald married Irene Spolter on Nov 3, 1949 in Dubois, Clearfield Co, PA. Irene died in 2000.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1046 F    i. Carolyn V. Winslow was born about 1952 in Dubois, PA and died after 2010 of 109 Wasson Avenue, DuBois, PA 15801.

+ 1047 F    ii. Christine Winslow died after 2010 of 113 Wasson Avenue, DuBois, PA 15801.

+ 1048 F    iii. Edith E. Winslow

+ 1049 F    iv. Judy Winslow died of 1126 South Main Street, DuBois, PA 15801 (814) 371-8649;.

Gerald next married Nell.

  1. Robert Leroy Winslowwas born in 1922 in Benezette, , Elk, PA, died on Mar 18, 1927 in Benezette, , Elk, PA, and was buried in MT Pleasant , Elk Co, PA.
  2. Infant Winslowwas born in 1928 and died in 1928.
  3. Mary Yateswas born about 1908 in Michigan and died in 2002 in Pontiac, Michigan.

Mary married Warren Hess, son of Unknown and Unknown. Warren was born on Aug 25, 1908 and died on Apr 26, 1990.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 1050 M    i. Richard W Hess was born in 1929 in Pontiac, Oakland County, Michigan. and died after 2010 of 535 Bayview Dr., Cheboygan, MI 49721.

  1. Evelyn Yateswas born on Dec 2, 1912 in Michigan and died on Apr 20, 1997 in Clearwater, Pinellas, Florida.

Evelyn married Walter Zampol. Walter was born on Sep 15, 1915 in New Jersey and died on Apr 19, 1995 in Clearwater, Pinellas, Florida.

  1. Kathleen Kay Yateswas born on Nov 6, 1916 in Pontiac, Michigan and died on Nov 6, 1995 in Pinellas, Florida.

Kathleen married Eugene Haire. Eugene was born on Aug 14, 1914 in Michigan and died in Feb 1970 in Broward, Florida.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1051 F    i. Beverly Haire died after 2010 of 93 Danforth White Lake, MI 48386.

+ 1052 M    ii. Robert Haire died after 2010 of 135 Dolphin Dr., S. Oldsmar, FL 34677.

+ 1053 F    iii. Carol Haire died after 2010 of 4199 Woodstock, Waterford, MI 48328.

  1. Helen Yateswas born on Nov 11, 1919 in Pontiac, Michigan and died on Jun 7, 2008 in North Port, Sarasota, Florida.

General Notes: was born November 11, 1919; in Pontiac, MI; and spent her life as a homemaker, caring for her family. She was an active member of the Calvary Baptist Church in Waterford, where she enjoyed teaching Sunday School and the Nettles Island Church in Jensen Beach. She was active with the Christian Woman’s Club. Mrs.Benedict was predeceased by her beloved husband of 70 years, Kenneth Benedict who passed away October 6, 2007. She is survived by her children Douglas Benedict, Terry Benedict, Michael Benedict and Jan Grennell; 19 grandchildren; 24 great grandchildren; and 1 great great grandchild. There will be a Memorial Service to honor both Kenneth and Helen 1 p.m. June 28, 2008 at the New Hope Christian Fellowship in Waterford, MI. In lieu of flowers, the family has requested donations to Tidewell Hospice, 5955 Rand Blvd, Sarasota, FL 34238. Please visit www.kays-ponger.com to leave the family condolences and to sign the online guest book. Kays-Ponger Funeral Home, 2405 Harbor Blvd, Port Charlotte, FL 33952 is in charge of arrangements. Helen J. Benedict – Daily Tribune, The – (Jun/12/2008)

Helen married Kenneth Frank Benedict on Nov 12, 1937 in Pontiac, MI. Kenneth was born on Aug 22, 1913 in Royal Oak Township, Oakland, Michigan and died on Oct 6, 2007 in North Port, Sarasota, Florida.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1054 M    i. Douglas Kent Benedict was born in 1938 in Pontiac, Michigan and died after 2010 of 3811 S. Kingston Rd., Kingston, MI 48741.

+ 1055 M    ii. Terry Lee Benedict was born in 1942 in Pontiac, Michigan and died after 2010 of 637 Nettles Blvd., Jensen Beach, FL 34957.

+ 1056 M    iii. Michael Benedict was born in 1944 and died after 2010 of 4145 Grayton Street, Waterford, MI 48382.

+ 1057 F    iv. Jeanette Benedict was born in 1945 and died after 2010 of 4115 Forest Edge Drive, Commerce Twp., MI 48382 (248) 714-9295.

  1. Bruce Winslow “Windy” Smithwas born on Oct 7, 1906 in Medix Run, Clearfield Co, PA, died on Jan 9, 1997 in DuBois, Clearfield, Pa, and was buried in Parklawn Memorial Gardens On Boot Jack, Ridgway, PA.

Bruce married Isabel Elaine Williams on Jul 14, 1934 in Clearfield Co, PA, daughter of William Williams and Sarah Hayes. Isabel was born on Aug 4, 1912 in Byrnedale, Elk Co., PA, died on Dec 4, 1980 in Ridgway, Elk, PA, and was buried in Parklawn Memorial Gardens On Boot Jack, Ridgway, PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1058 M    i. Bruce Winslow Smith was born on Oct 5, 1936 in Ridgway, Elk, PA and died after 2010 of 254 Waverly Court, Fayetteville, PA 17222.

+ 1059 F    ii. Eva “Elaine” Smith was born on Apr 30, 1935 in Hollywood, Clearfield, PA and died after 2010 of 103 Steeplechase Drive, P. O. Box 533, Elverson, PA 19520.

+ 1060 F    iii. Kathleen Marie Smith was born on Sep 21, 1943 in Ridgway, Elk, PA and died after 2010 of 2540 Beechtree Road, Falls Creek, PA 15840.

+ 1061 F    iv. Alice Irene Smith was born on Oct 28, 1938 in Ridgway, Elk, PA and died after 2010 of 78 Russell Drive, Brockway, PA 15824.

  1. Mary Smithwas born in 1904 in Medix Run, Elk County, Pennsylvania and died in 1904 in Elk Co, PA.
  2. William R. Winslowwas born circa 1905 in NY and died after 1930.

William married someone

His child was:

+ 1062 M    i. Harry Charles Winslow

  1. Mary G. Jean Winslow

Mary married Mr Flynn.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 1063 M    i. Charles Flynn

  1. Charles W Bellwas born circa 1907 in PA.
  2. Marie Bellwas born circa 1908 in PA.
  3. Lynus Charles Graves

Lynus married Gabriella McCray.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 1064 M    i. Michael Thomas Graves

  1. Helen Victoria Tuttlewas born on Jun 8, 1931 in Ridgway, PA and died after 2010 of Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania.
  2. Clarence Edward “Bud” Tuttlewas born on Apr 19, 1933 and died on Jun 27, 2001.

Clarence married Jean Walters.

  1. Joseph Leslie Tuttlewas born on Aug 4, 1939 in Ridgway, Elk Co, PA, died on Nov 20, 2009 in Dubois Clearfield, PA, and was buried in Nov 2009 in Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Winslow Hill, Pa.

Joseph married Lynda Cook.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1065 F    i. Christine Marie Tuttle

+ 1066 M    ii. Andrew Bentley Tuttle

Joseph next married Ruth Miller before 1966. Ruth died before 1966.

  1. Martha Showerswas born in Mar 1898 in Benezette, Elk , Pa and died after 1910 of Benezette , Elk, Pennsylvania.
  2. Launcelot W. Showerswas born in May 1893 in Elk Co , PA and died after 1900 of Millstone, Elk, Pennsylvania.
  3. William L. Showerswas born circa 1894 in Elk Co , PA and died after 1920 of Spokane, Spokane, Washington.
  4. Russell Winslowwas born circa 1906 in Benezette, , Elk, PA.
  5. Martha Ellen Winslowwas born on Jan 24, 1918 in Benezette Elk, Pa and died on Jan 29, 2002 in Benezette, Elk County, PA.

General Notes: Ridgway Record 1/30/2002
Martha E Rucki, 84, of Benezette died Tuesday Jan 29 at Elk Regional Health Center following a brief illness.
She was born Jan 24, 1918 in Benezette daughter of Byron Winslow and Mary Ellen Wainwright. On Dec 28, 1940 she married Frank Rucki who preceded her in death Sept 17, 1975.
Mrs Rucki was a homemaker. She graduated from Benezette High School class of 1937 out of a class of four. She was a lifelong member of the Benezette Methodist church , member of the United Methodist ladies Aide and was church treasurer for many years. She was well known for her bread making.
She is survived by three sons, Martin “Jerry” Rucki and his wife Beverly of St Marys, Byron “Barney” Rucki and his wife Marsha of Warren Ohio, and Barry Rucki and his wife Bridget of Benezette; five grandchildren, Martin”Jer” Rucki II of St Marys, Frank Rucki of Benezette, Krista (Mrs William)Dye of Warren, Ohio; Amy (Mrs Daniel) Halpin of Ridgway, Jenny (Mrs Jamie) Yoakum of Marrysville Ohio and four great grandchildren, Brittany Crawford, Christopher Dye, both of Warren Ohio, Miranda Halpin of Ridgway, and Cole Yoakum of Marrysville Ohio.
In addition to her parents and husband she was predeceased by a brother in infancy.
Funeral services for Martha E Rucki will be held at 11 am Thursday Jan 31 at Benezette Methodist Church with Rev Gerald Poole and Rev David Vaughn officiating. Internment will Internment will in Benezette Cemetery.
Visitation will be at the Ralph M Geer Funeral Home Penfield tonight from 7-9 pm and Thursday from 10-11 am at the Benezette Methodist Church.

Martha married Frank A Rucki on Dec 28, 1940. Frank was born circa 1904 in Benezette, Elk Co, PA and died on Sep 17, 1975 in Benezette, Elk Co , PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1067 M    i. Martin Jerry Rucki

+ 1068 M    ii. Byron Barney Rucki

+ 1069 M    iii. Barry Rucki

  1. Violet Lucille Sweetwas born on Jul 16, 1908 in Benezette, Elk, PA and died on Oct 28, 1992 in Dunkirk/Silver Creek, Chataqua, NY.

Violet married Wesley Duane Langworthy on Oct 4, 1926 in Jamestown, Chautauqua, New York. Wesley was born on Apr 30, 1905 in Villenova, New York and died on Nov 7, 1994 in Dunkirk, Chautauqua, New York.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1070 F    i. Geraldine Ursula Langworthy

+ 1071 F    ii. Jeanine Ione Langworthy

+ 1072 M    iii. Richard Wesley Langworthy

  1. Ione Sweetwas born in 1903 in Benezette, Elk County, Pennsylvania.
  2. Pauline Sweetwas born in 1906 in Benezette, Elk County, Pennsylvania.
  3. Byron K. Sweet
  4. Mildred Grace Muthwas born on Dec 9, 1898 in Big Run, Jefferson, PA and died on Jul 15, 1981.

Mildred married Samuel Blanchard.

  1. Clifford Ray Muthwas born on Aug 24, 1900 in Big Run, Jefferson, PA and died on Dec 10, 1977 in Punxsutawney , Jefferson, Pennsylvania.

Noted events in his life were:

  • Marriage Fact: 1930, Niagara Falls, NY. There is a Clifford Muth married to Zelma with four children Evelyn, Darrel, Doris, Eugene I think this is his family

Clifford married Zelma Catherine Himes.

  1. Bertha Eunice Muthwas born on Mar 30, 1897 in Big Run, Jefferson, PA, died on Aug 3, 1987 in Laural Lane, Kersey, Elk, Pa, and was buried in McClure Cemetery, Big Run, Jefferson, PA.

General Notes: Had a very trying childhood. Working for her keep with various familiies because her dad abandoned her after her mother died (age 6 also abused most of her childhood years) Once ran her own restuarant in Big Run. Drove into her 80s Had terrible arthritis her later years.

Bertha married Earl Carl Yohe on Mar 22, 1911 in Big Run, Jefferson, PA. Earl was born on Sep 19, 1893 in Big Run, Jefferson, PA and died on Nov 28, 1955 in Big Run, Jefferson, PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1073 M    i. Clarence Oran Yohe was born on Mar 13, 1918 in Big Run , Jefferson Co, PA, died on Jun 1, 1945 in Big Run, Jefferson Co., PA, and was buried in Big Run , Jefferson Co, PA.

+ 1074 F    ii. Myrtle Irene Yohe was born on Jul 6, 1913 in Big Run, Jefferson Co., PA and died on Sep 22, 2000 of Gainesville, FL.

+ 1075 F    iii. Cecile Mildred Yohe was born on Sep 30, 1915 in Big Run, Jefferson Co., PA and died on May 30, 2008 in North Tonawanda, Erie, NY.

+ 1076 F    iv. Alvassa Beryl Yohe was born on Sep 13, 1920 in Big Run, Jefferson Co., PA and died on Oct 23, 2000 in Ravenna, Ohio.

+ 1077 M    v. Wilfred Earl “Bud” Yohe was born on Dec 2, 1923 in Big Run, Jefferson Co., PA, died on Oct 2, 2001 in Kersey, Elk, Pa, and was buried in Parklawn Memorial Gardens , Ridgway, PA.

+ 1078 F    vi. Jennie Margaret Yohe was born on Mar 2, 1911 in Big Run , Jefferson Co, PA, died on Apr 26, 1974 in Indiana, Indiana, Pa, and was buried on Apr 28, 1974 in Pine Grove Cemetery, Rochester Mills, Indiana, Pa.

  1. Warren Koopwas born circa 1901 in PA.
  2. Venda Koopwas born circa 1906 in PA.
  3. Joseph Koopwas born circa 1910 in PA.
  4. Claudia A. Burnswas born in Mar 1896 in Benezette, , Elk, PA.
  5. Edna L. Burnswas born in Dec 1899 in Benezette, , Elk, PA.
  6. Isabel Burnswas born on Apr 23, 1901 and died in Jul 1987.
  7. Carrie Burnswas born circa 1902.
  8. Lucretia M. Frantzwas born circa 1903 in PA.
  9. Charlotte Frantzwas born circa 1905 in PA.
  10. Gerald W. Frantzwas born circa 1907 in PA.

Gerald married Ruby B. Ruby was born circa 1911.

  1. William C Frantzwas born circa 1911 in PA.
  2. Laura Walkerwas born circa 1902 in PA and died after 1920.
  3. Eva Winslowwas born circa 1906 in PA.
  4. Thelma Winslowwas born circa 1909 in PA.
  5. John W. Winslowwas born circa 1916 in PA.
  6. Winslow Vanattawas born in 1909 in PA.
  7. Fred Mahlon VanAttawas born on Oct 11, 1916 in W VA, died on May 2, 1995 in Fountain Valley, Orange, CA, and was buried in Riverside National Cemetery, CA.

Fred married Katoe Elizabeth Ross. Katoe was born on Jul 7, 1915, died on Nov 25, 2000, and was buried in Riverside National Cemetery, Riverside, Riverside County, CA.

  1. Gladys Vanattawas born circa 1919 in W VA.
  2. Clarence Mike VanAtta Jrwas born on Nov 11, 1925 in Richwood, WV, died on Jul 16, 2010 in Oroville, Butte, CA, and was buried in Memorial Park Cemetery.

General Notes: CLARENCE “MIKE” VANATTA

A Graveside service for, Clarence “Mike” VanAtta, 84 of Oroville, will be held on Friday, July 30, 2010, at 11:00 a.m. at Memorial Park Cemetery on Lincoln Blvd. in Oroville. Mike passed away on Friday, July 16th at Enloe Medical Center, after a brave fight with cancer. Mike was born on November 11, 1925 to Irma and Clarence VanAtta in Richwood, WV. At a young age he moved to Williamsport, PA, and while going to high school he met his wife, Genevieve. Mike joined the Navy in 1942 and served in WWII and the Korean War , retiring in 1973 after 30 years; 20 active and 10 in the reserves as Chief Gunners Mate. After retirement, he moved to Concord, CA where he went to work for U.S. Steel and later for Gilro Machine and Stamping Company; retiring in 1976. He then moved to Oroville, CA, where he resided until his death. In 1994 he joined the Masonic Lodge in Oroville and Forbestown; he was Past Master, 32nd Degree and Shriner in Scottish Rite. Mike’s favorite pastimes were working on his trains and gambling at the Casino with Ruth.

Mike is survived by his three daughters, Suzanne (Walt) Richards of Chico, CA, Annette Findling of Anabelle, MO and Carol Haughin of Tracy, CA; three sons, Daniel (Gesinee) of Clayton, CA, James (Sheri) of Somerset, CA and Clarence III (Kathy) VanAtta of Tracy, CA; eight grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Mike was preceded in death by his companion of 14 yrs., Ruth Harper.
Published in Chico Enterprise-Record on July 28, 2010

Clarence married Genevieve.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1079 F    i. Suzanne VanAtta

+ 1080 F    ii. Annette VanAtta

+ 1081 F    iii. Carol VanAtta

+ 1082 M    iv. Daniel VanAtta

+ 1083 M    v. James VanAtta

+ 1084 M    vi. Clarence VanAtta

  1. James Warren Winslowwas born on Aug 27, 1917 in Punxsutawney, PA and died on Jan 4, 1989 in East Palo Alto, California.

James married Rose Marie Pires on Jan 18, 1942 in San Francisco, CA. Rose was born on Nov 6, 1919 in Lobitos, San Mateo County, California and died after 2010.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1085 M    i. James Warren Winslow

+ 1086 M    ii. Glenn Richard Winslow

  1. Kenelem Clarence “Kenneth” Winslowwas born on Apr 26, 1911 in Punxsutawney, PA and died on Jan 2, 1978 in Los Angeles County, Calif.

Kenelem married someone

His children were:

+ 1087 M    i. Kenelem Warren Winslow

+ 1088 F    ii. Phyllis Ann Winslow

  1. Julie Mae Winslowwas born on Feb 29, 1924 in Punxsutawney, Jefferson, PA and died on Aug 26, 1998 in San Mateo, San Mateo, California.

Julie married Shellie Arline Garrett. Shellie was born on Nov 12, 1916 in Rector, Clay, Arkansas and died on Jul 24, 1993 in Burlingame, San Mateo, California.

  1. Alice Marie Winslowwas born circa Sep 1922 in Big Run, Pa, died on Feb 1, 1923 in Big Run , Jefferson Co, PA, and was buried in McClure Cemetery, Big Run, PA.
  2. Shirley Jane Winslow

Shirley married Leon B. Griffin. Leon was born on Jan 11, 1924 and died in Jul 1980 in Smethport, Pennsylvania.

  1. John L. Natellowas born circa 1914 in Buffalo, Erie, New York.
  2. Richard W Natello
  3. Frank Winslowwas born circa 1912 in PA.
  4. Clifton R. Winslowwas born circa 1914 in PA.
  5. Harold Max Winslowwas born circa 1915 in PA.
  6. Helen M. Winslowwas born circa 1917 in PA.

Helen married Clarence R. Moore.

  1. Winslow E. Corbettwas born circa 1906 in PA and died after 1930 of Summerville, Jefferson, Pennsylvania.
  2. Frank J. Corbettwas born circa 1904 in PA.
  3. Daniel Winslow
  4. Robert Winslow
  5. Loretta Jeanne Thorwart

Loretta married Thomas Scott Cadden.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1089 M    i. Thomas Scott Cadden

+ 1090 M    ii. Timothy Winslow Cadden

+ 1091 F    iii. Holly Ann Cadden

  1. Mildred Agnes Thorwart
  2. Marian Ann Thorwart

Marian married Robert Tyndall.

  1. Betty Louise Winslowwas born on Jul 12, 1922 in Benezette Township, Elk County, Pennsylvania and died on Nov 24, 2001 in Sebring, Fla.

General Notes: Daily Press Nov 28, 2001 Betty Lou Gilbert
Betty Lou gilbert, 79, of Sebring FL andformerly of Benezette died Saturday November 24, 2001.
Mrs Gilbert was born in Benezette and had resided in Sebring FL since 1985. She had been employed as a secretary and bookkeeper for the New Powerpress Corp buffalo NY where she had resided for 21 years. She was a member for the Ladies Shrine and the Craft Club oof SunN Lakes and was a member of St John United Methodist Church Sebring.
She is survived by her husband Kenneth E Gilbertof Sebring; and a sister Doris Jenning of Orchard Park NY.
Memorial contributions may be made to St John United Methodist Church.

Another obit excerpt Betty Gilbert was the daughter of the late Larence and Ruth Overturf Winslow.

Betty married Kenneth E. Gilbert on Jul 8, 1961. Kenneth died after 2002 of Sebring, FL.

  1. Doris Marie Winslowwas born on Sep 27, 1924 in Benezette Township, Elk County, Pennsylvania and died after 2002 of Orchard Park, NY.

Doris married Alvin G. Jennings.

  1. Patsy Winslow
  2. Barbara A. Winslowwas born in 1929 in Brookville, Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died after 1973.

Barbara married someone Arthur Shugars.

  1. Mary Virginia Winslowwas born in 1926 in Brookville, Jefferson, Pennsylvania and died after 1973.

Mary married someone Simon.

  1. James Whitaker Winslowwas born on Aug 19, 1923 in Brookville , Pa, died on Aug 26, 1960 in Bowmansville, NY, and was buried in Brookville Cemetery, Pa.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He served in the military. He served 2 yrs 8 mo (1943) Airforce B-29 Gunner over Saipan. He received the Purple Heart, Distinguished Flying Cross and the Air Medal with 3 Clusters.

James married Anna Nolf on Jun 30, 1956. Anna died after 1960.

  1. Winifred R Mahenwas born on Sep 28, 1911 in Benezette, Pa and died on Feb 27, 1999 in Butler, PA.

Winifred married George John Schaffer about 1932 in West VA. George was born on Jul 1, 1907 in PA and died in 1992 in Ill.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 1092 F    i. Winifred Schaffer

  1. Ralph Mahen
  2. Donna Mahen
  3. Ronald Mahen

Ronald married Laurie Muehlman.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1093 M    i. Cody Mahen

+ 1094 F    ii. Kala Mahen

  1. Harold Ellsworth Millerwas born on Jan 23, 1912 in Houston Hill, PA and died on Jan 21, 1985 in Pittsburgh, PA.

Harold married Sara Teresa Hickey.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1095 F    i. Sara Joan “Sally Jo” Miller

+ 1096 M    ii. Harold E Miller

  1. Herbert C. Murraywas born on Jun 24, 1918 in Verona, Allegheny Co., PA and died on Jul 16, 1973 in Tampa, FL.
  2. William H. Murraywas born circa 1922 in PA and died after 1935 of Tampa FL.
  3. Hiram I. Murraywas born circa 1926 in PA and died after 1935 of Tampa FL.
  4. Raymond Murraywas born circa 1930 in PA and died after 1945 of Tampa FL.
  5. Harold I. Murray
  6. James L. Murray
  7. John E. Murray
  8. Rose M. Murray
  9. Francis Winslow
  10. Catherine Winslow
  11. Arthur Robert Winslow

Arthur married Dolores Browning.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1097 M    i. Robert A. Winslow

+ 1098 F    ii. Deborah J. Winslow

+ 1099 M    iii. Mark Winslow

+ 1100 M    iv. Christopher D. Winslow

  1. Liberto Leo Winslow

Liberto married Elva.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1101 F    i. Valerie Winslow

+ 1102 M    ii. Tom Winslow

  1. James Norman Winslow
  2. Mary Lou Winslow

Mary married Douglas Tuttle.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1103 F    i. Mary Elizabeth Tuttle

+ 1104 M    ii. Michael Tuttle

Mary next married Robert Franklin Schultz. Robert was born on Oct 15, 1916 in Philadelphia, PA.

  1. James P. May

James married Mary Kaskan.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 1105 F    i. Melanie Patrice May

  1. Thomas Eugene Maywas born on Apr 6, 1937 in Kattaning, PA and died in 2000 in Fullerton, CA.

Thomas married Theela Jawdy. Theela died in 2000 in Fullerton, CA.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 1106 M    i. Kevin May

  1. Albert Feldbauer
  2. Harold Feldbauerwas born on Jul 5, 1928 in Saint Marys, Elk, Pennsylvania and died on Apr 9, 2001 in St Marys Elk , Pa.

Harold married Victoria Eozzo. Victoria was born on Mar 18, 1929 and died on Jun 6, 2007 in St Marys Elk , Pa.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 1107 M    i. Bryant Feldbauer was born on Oct 4, 1971 in St Marys Elk , Pa and died on Dec 8, 2005 in St Marys Elk , Pa.

  1. Diane Feldbauer

Diane married James Ryan.

Diane married someone Groeger.

  1. Sharon Feldbauer

Sharon married Patrick Boylan.

  1. Shirley Feldbauer

Shirley married Clifford E. Bennett. Clifford was born in Kersey , Fox Twp, Elk, PA and died in Kersey , Fox Twp, Elk, PA.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1108 M    i. Harold Bennett was born in St Marys Elk , Pa and died in St Marys Elk , Pa.

+ 1109 F    ii. Geraldine B. Bennett

  1. Bernice Feldbauerwas born on Jul 5, 1932 in PA and died in PA.

Bernice married John Carlson.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 1110 F    i. Patricia Carlson

  1. Mark Blanchardwas born circa 1917 in PA.
  2. Bernadette L. Blanchardwas born circa 1919 in Driftwood PA and died in 2002 in St Marys Elk , Pa.

Bernadette married Clifford L. Reed. Clifford was born in 1918 in Driftwood PA and died in 1981 in Beauford, SC.

The child from this marriage was:

+ 1111 F    i. Sally M. Reed

  1. Joseph Blanchard
  2. Richard Blanchard
  3. Esther Marcella Blanchard

Esther married someone Feldbauer.

  1. Sharon Elaine Winslow

Sharon married Lief Erickson.

  1. Donald Raymond Winslow

Donald married Susan C. Buckles.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1112 M    i. Lance Ray Winslow

+ 1113 F    ii. Carrie Sue Winslow

+ 1114 M    iii. Brett Robert Winslow

  1. Rollin Leslie Winslow

Rollin married Barbara D. O’Brien.

  1. Mary Alice Wetzel
  2. Marion E. Kremkauwas born on Aug 16, 1916 in Minneapolis, Minnesota and died on Nov 8, 1989 in Sun City, Arizona.

Marion married Leo Eugene Riley on Oct 14, 1939. Leo was born on Nov 20, 1909 in Fowler, Colorado and died on Sep 29, 1997 in Sun City, Arizona.

  1. Francis Kremkauwas born circa 1918 in MN.
  2. Calvin Kremkau
  3. Ernest H. Tuckerwas born in 1922 in Boise Idaho and died in 2006 in Boise Idaho.

Ernest married Maxine Weigers.

  1. Margaret Tucker
  2. Joann Tucker
  3. Mary Lou Gibbdied circa 1985 and was buried in Buhl, Idaho cemetery.

Mary married NFN Pember.

  1. Elizabeth Jane Gibbwas born on Aug 18, 1923 in Boise, Ada County, Idaho, died on Dec 14, 1999 in Twin Falls, Twin Falls, Idaho, and was buried in Buhl, Idaho cemetery.

Elizabeth married Edgar Wright Jr., son of Edgar Wright and Hattie Lee Carson. Edgar was born on Feb 18, 1918 in NC birth index Glade Creek, Allegheny, NC and died in Jan 1982 in Twin Falls, ID.

General Notes: From son Bruce Wright===Edgar Wright, Jr (my dad) – born 1918 either Galax VA or Low Gap, NC as birthplaces – born in the house on his father’s/grandpa Wright’s farm
– father – Edgar Wright; son of Doris and grandfather John (or maybe it was John and Doris – yes Doris was a man’s name)
– mother – Hattie Carson Wright; died shortly after my father was born in 1918 (understand she was a wonderful lady, a school teacher, and sang hymns for a number of days as she died from post-childbirth infection); her father was William Carson from Carson Creek NC, near Low Gap, and understand there is NO information about where William/Billy came from, and would love to find out more 🙂 However, I do know my great grandpa William/Billy went to Buhl, Idaho about 1918 with his son Fred Carson and they took baby my dad/his grandson, Edgar Wright, Jr, and Fred’s daughter Joyce with him; my grandpa, Edgar Wright was in mourning and didn’t want anything to do with new baby son, and remained in NC
– about 1923, my grandpa, Edgar Wright remarried and demanded Grandma Carson/William/Billy’s wife return my then 5-year-old dad from Buhl, Idaho to Galax/Low Gap – tough deal for my dad because his dad wouldn’t let him go a few miles away to see his Grandma Carson because he wanted dad to get used to new step mom
– Finally, I think my great grandpa, William/Billy Carson actually died in Buhl, Idaho without ever returning to NC
– BTW, my dad’s Idaho cousin Joyce eventually introduced my dad Edgar Wright, Jr to my mom Elizabeth Jane Gibb upon my dad’s return to Idaho about 1936; Joyce and my mom were close friends growing up together in the small Idaho community near Buhl
Additional info on Edgar Wright, Jr
– Born Jan 1918
– In US Army from about 1940-1945; obtained rank of major, but never deployed overseas; ran training units in and around Indian Gap, PA; my older brother Wayne was born in Shenango, PA in the Buhl hospital named after the same wealthy PA industrialist, FH Buhl, who gave his name to the town near where my mom grew up in Idaho; a number of east coast industrialists financed the large irrigation project around Buhl in the early part of the 20th century and many towns are named after them – Filer, Murtaugh, Hansen, etc.

Noted events in his life were:

  • He appeared on the census in 1930 in Glade Creek, Allegheny, North Carolina. living with Father Edgar and step mother Zellie

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1115 M    i. Bruce Alan Wright

+ 1116 M    ii. Wayne Wright

  1. Carolyn Gibbdied circa 1995 in Ogden, Utah and was buried in Ogden, Utah.

Carolyn married someone VanOrman.

  1. William Gibbdied circa 1995 in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
  2. John “Jack” Gibbdied in 2008 in California.
  3. Barbara Gibbdied of Ramona, CA.

Barbara married someone Trukken.

  1. Patricia Gibbdied of Colorado Springs, Colorado.

Patricia married someone Payne.

  1. Mildred M. Tuckerwas born circa 1916 in MO and died after 1930 in MO.
  2. Bonnie E. Tuckerwas born circa 1921 in New Madrid, New Madrid, Missouri and died after 1930 in MO.
  3. Robert Tuckerwas born circa 1917 in New Madrid, New Madrid, Missouri and died before 1930 in MO.
  4. Robert E. Winslow
  5. Martha A. Rosswas born on Dec 24, 1902 in PA and died on Dec 31, 1990 in Los Angeles County, Calif.
  6. Beatrice Constance Rosswas born on Feb 16, 1905 in PA and died in Jun 1971.
  7. Maude E. Boyerwas born circa 1909 in PA.
  8. Helen E. Boyerwas born circa 1914 in PA.
  9. Frank D. Boyerwas born circa 1916 in PA.
  10. Lester H. Boyerwas born circa 1918 in PA.
  11. Richard C. Boyer
  12. Emily Howardwas born on Nov 12, 1910 and died on Jul 11, 1976.
  13. David Barnett Sutherlandwas born on Sep 1, 1919 in St Louis , MO and died of Fuquay Varina, NC., USA.

David married Nancy Ruth Thomas.

  1. Elizabeth Anne “Betsy” Sharpwas born on Nov 23, 1938 in Media, Delaware, Pennsylvania, died on Aug 12, 2007 in Southport, Wilmington, NC, and was buried in Circle Hill Cemetery, Punxsutawney, Pa.

General Notes: Elizabeth Anne (Betsy) Asimos died Sunday, August 12, 2007, after losing her battle with cancer.
Mrs. Asimos, formerly from Chadds Ford, Pa., retired to North Carolina in 2001 with her husband of 49 years. She enjoyed genealogy, golfing, bird watching, traveling, cooking and above all entertaining friends and family.
She was a member of many organizations over the years, including the Society of Mayflower Descendants, Daughters of the American Revolution and the Chadds Ford Historical Society, where she had served on the board of directors and as chairperson of the Chadds Ford Days Fair.
She is survived by her husband, George Asimos, and their three children, George Asimos Jr. of West Chester, Pa., David L. Asimos of Dayton, Ohio, Carol Anne Clark of Harrisonburg, Va.; a brother, Ralph L. Sharp of Chester County, Pa.; and four grandchildren.
Services were held today (Wednesday) at Trinity United Methodist Church, Southport, with the Rev. Skip Williams officiating. Graveside services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at Circle Hill Cemetery, Punxsutawney, Pa.
In lieu of flowers, memorials should be made to Trinity United Methodist Church Building Fund, 209 Nash Street, Southport, NC 28461. Peacock-Newnam & White Funeral and Cremation Service, Southport.

Elizabeth married George Asimos.

Children from this marriage were:

+ 1117 M    i. George Asimos

+ 1118 M    ii. David Lawrence Asimos

+ 1119 F    iii. Carol Anne Asimos

  1. Ralph Lawrence Sharpwas born on Dec 11, 1930 in St. Petersburg, Florida and died after 2010 of Chester County, Pa.

Ralph married Irene Ruth Brown.

  1. Betty Morganwas born circa 1913 in PA.
  2. Grace Morganwas born circa 1915 in PA.