|Birth: ||May 17, 1852|
New York, USA
|Death: ||Mar. 26, 1911|
Henry Allen Winslow was born on May 17, 1852 in Freedom, Cattaraugus County, New York, a son of Hosmer Hyde and Cornelia Marie (Winslow) Winslow. He moved with his family from New York when still an infant, and lived in Lena, Illinois for 2 years before moving with them to Fountain Township, Fillmore County, Minnesota, in 1854.
Henry & Viola (Hngerford) Winslow at right.
He grew up in Fountain Township and attended the Winslow School and the Methodist Church. He followed the occupation of farmer. He married Viola Francelia Hungerford on December 28, 1875 in Fountain. Her parents were Gideon Hungerford and Amanda Winslow. She was born on July 16, 1858 in Fountain Township. Amanda Winslow was a daughter of Enoch Winslow, brother to Hosmer, Henry's father. He married his first cousin.
The following is his newspaper obituary notice:
Henry Allen Winslow was born May 17, 1852 in Cattaraugus County, New York. His parents immigrated to Fountian, Minnesota in 1854.
He is the youngest of nine children. Four brothers and one sister living and two sisters having gone before.
He was married to Viola Hungerford, Dec. 28th 1875, and came to the farm in Beaver, Minnesota, where they have since lived, with the exception of four years, which he resided in Chester, Iowa. His wife, and two sond and one daughter, and two grandchildren are left to mourn his departure.
When a young man, he was baptized by immersion and united with the Methodist Church at Fountain, Minnesota and later
the M.E. church at Chester, Iowa, of which he has been a member till time of death.
He was a rural mail carrier for 7 1/2 years, until about a year ago, his health failed.
He was a good husband, a loving father and a kind neighbor. It was not so much he said, but the life he lived every day. He passed away at his home in Beaver, Sunday evening at five o'clock, March 26th, after an illness of abut a year.
Gone but not forgotten.
Tis hard to break the tender cord
When love has bound the heart.
Tis hard, so hard to speak the word,
"We must forever part."
Dearest loved one we must lay thee,
In the peaceful grave's embrace.
But thy memory will be cherishe,
Till we see thy heavenly face.
The relatives who attended from away were Mr. E.O. Winslow, Mr. Victor Hervey from Chatfield, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hervey, Mr. Amos Winslow, Miss Gladys Winslow from Fountain, Mr. and Will Murray, Miss Vera Murray from Austin, Mr. B. Hungerford, C.P., Winslow from Fordwill, Wis., and Sears Winslow from Fountain.
CARD OF THANKS - We wish to express our sincere thanks to the many friends and neighbors, who so kindly assisted us in the sickness and burial of our dear husband and father. Also those that took part in the singing and to those that sent flowers during sickness and death.
Mrs. Viola Winslow
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Winslow
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Leslie and family
Mr. C. E. Winslow
Children of Henry and Viola Winslow are:
1- Clifford E. Winslow
2- Roy Orion Winslow
3- Elsie Elva Winslow
Hosmer Hyde Winslow (1807 - 1874)
Cornelia Marie Winslow (1817 - 1869)
Viola Francelia Hungerford Winslow (1858 - 1922)
Malvina Melissa Winslow Hagerty (1836 - 1884)*
Hiram Winslow (1837 - 1934)*
Enoch Orlando Winslow (1839 - 1920)*
Philander Byron Winslow (1842 - 1898)*
Louisa Marie Winslow Bolles (1844 - 1882)*
Alfred Jonathan Winslow (1848 - 1917)*
Clarissa Emily Winslow Hervey (1850 - 1912)*
Henry Allen Winslow (1852 - 1911)
Chester Hill Cemetery
Created by: Blaine Winslow
Record added: Aug 07, 2012
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