Seventh Generation


95. 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.

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 Benezette, Pa., 20 Feb. 1845, to Rebecca Hicks, b. 2 Nov. 1820, Benezette, PA. Dau. of John and Elizabeth (Lewis) of Gibson, Elk Co., Pa. .Res. 1873, Benezette, 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 to 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.

96. 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.

General Notes: Book Reference

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.

97. 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.

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 DuBois, 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.

98. Reuban Colburn Winslow was 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.

99. 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.

General Notes: Obituary

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 bought 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.

100. 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.

General Notes: Military Information

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


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


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.

101. 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. 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.

General Notes: Family 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: General Info

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.

General Notes: Obituary

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 household with children; husband John living with daughter. Is he ill? Sarah census says she is widowed 3 houses 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 were 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 Hollidaysburg, 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).

103. 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.

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

104. Lydia Keene Winslow was 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.

105. 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).

General Notes: Winslow Reunion

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 Benezette 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, Pennsylvania.

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

107. 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.

General Notes: Obituary

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 Winslow 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: Obituary

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.

Obituary of 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.

108. 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.

General Notes: Biography

Reuben Colburn Winslow (1821-1862) (Reuben): was the son of Reuben C and Elizabeth Winslow. . In April 24, 1861 Cobbie (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)


Name: Reuben C. 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


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 .


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

109. 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.

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 on 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 Paul's 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.

110. 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.

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 Caroline 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 of David and Elizabeth Petriken who belonged to a branch of the Temple family in England.
  • He was employed as a 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.

111. 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.

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.

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

113. 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.

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.

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

115. Martha Winslow was 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.

116. Ebenezer Co