|Virginia Winters||Wilson Lewis|
I see your name on the Find-A-Grave site for Wilson Lewis who is my 3rd great-grandfather. His first wife Martha Ann Baugh died 12 Feb 1875 and is buried in Jackson County, MO and just three years later I find him buried in Watrous, Mora County, New Mexico. I'm hoping you have some information that will help me understand this.
Please combine the information on my memorial 86565872 to your memorial and I will delete mine once you send me a message.
Added by Patti on May 31, 2016 7:50 AM
|RFB Jenkins||Jane Hyde Doyne Swearingen|
Please do not leave information in the tokens.
If you want the information added to the memorial please use the edit button and notify the Find A Grave contributor.
I cannot locate your contributor number. I will be glad to transfer
Added by Patti on Aug 18, 2015 11:00 AM
Send me an email if you want these Winton Memorials. I do not have the time right now to link etc. I will keep Margaret Winton Dunn but if you want those before Her let me know.
I am the 5th Great Granddaughter of Margaret Ann Winton and James Dunn.My line goes Winton Dunn,William Winton Dunn,William Daniel Dunn and my Great Grandmother Dolly Elmer Dunn. My Mom Jo is William Winton Dunn's GgGranddaughter not his fifth cousin.
My Mom has researched the Dunn's Wintons and Winchesters for 25 years so I am very familiar with them. I linked William Winton through his daughter Margaret. My Mom has an extensive website.
|tabitha jones||William Winton|
William Winton is also my 6th Great-grandfather. Let me check to see if he is linked.
|Peggy Herridge Wilson||George Winton|
I transferred the memorial to you several days ago.
|nora barton-carver||Winton tombs manchester tn|
Thank you so very much for the information on this burial plot! do you mind if i pass along the information you sent me to the tenngenwebsite? seems there are several people doing geneology in the area who are interested in this site and no one has come up with any records for it. Also, since you are direct family, i would like to know if it is ok that when i go out there if i enter the fenced area to investigate further for details? the trees there have overgrown alot of the fence area and it seems maintenance doesnt mess with it, i would love to clear off some of the debris to see if there is anything else to be found in the fenced area and make it more accessible for viewing as it is such a beautiful site as well as historical, there are very few examples of box tombs in the south in good repair to be able to share with others interested in burial history. I go out there all the time. do you happen to know if any of these people would be related the the Adams family buried in the fenced plot attached to their fence? Thats what peaked my curiosity as I was documenting the family of Mr. Adams having been the first president of the People's Bank here in town for the historical society.
|nora barton-carver||robet dodd winton|
hi, i was wondering if you happened to have any information on the family buried in the vaults mr. Winton is interred with? I have been trying to help the tenngenweb site master for coffee county to accurately document transcriptions for this graveyard and there seems to be no record that any one has found. my email is email@example.com if you would prefer to contact me privately, as it seems Mr. Winton would have been a well loved member of your family, the memorial you have for him is absolutely amazing.
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