Valentine Winslow, Sr

Birth
Lewis County, New York, USA
Death 19 Mar 1857 (aged 52)
Fulton County, Ohio, USA
Burial Winameg, Fulton County, Ohio, USA
Memorial ID 133568616 · View Source
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1850 U.S. Federal Census Pike, Fulton Co., Oh Dw. 358, Fam. 359
Vollin Winslow, 47, M, 800, NY
Lydia Winslow, 33, F, NY
Charles Smith, 13, M, OH
Calista Winslow, 11, F, OH
Mary Winslow, 10, F, Oh
Wealthy Winslow, 9, F, OH
Vollin Winslow, 7, M, Oh
Fanny Winslow, 6, F, OH
Thomas Winslow, 4, M, Oh
Sarah Winslow, 3, F, OH
Seth Winslow, 1, F, OH

1860 U.S. Federal Census Pike Twp., Fulton Co., Oh Pg. 66, Fam. 466
Charles Smith, M, 23, OH
Emeline Winslow, F, 21, OH
Mary Winslow, F, 19, OH
Wealthy Winslow, F, 18, OH
Valentine Winslow, M, 17, Oh
Fanny Winslow, F, 16, OH
Thos. Winslow, M, 14, OH
Sarah Winslow, F, 13, OH
Seth Winslow, M, 11, OH
Wm. Winslow, M, 8, OH
Willard Winslow, M, 6, OH

The County of Fulton, Ohio, by Thomas Mikesell, Madison, Wis. Northwestern Historical Association, 1905....Pg. 629
Valentine Winslow is a type of those progressive and energetic farmers who brought the magnificent development of the agricultural resources of Fulton county, and he is numbered among the representative farmers and stock-growers of Pike township, where his entire life has been passed. He was born on the farm which is now his home, the date of his nativity having been March 20, 1843, and he is a son of Valentine and Lydia Ann (Welch) Winslow. His father was born in Lewis county, New York, in 1804, and at the age of fifteen years, in company with his brother Martin, who was thirteen years of age at the time, he came to Ohio, making the trip in a one-horse wagon and in due time, arriving at their destination, the home of Willard Gunn, at Waterville, Lucas county. This journey was accomplished in the year of 1818, so that the youthful brothers became pioneers of the Buckeye State. In the winter of 1832, Mr. Winslow took up his residence on the farm now owned by his son and namesake, the subject of this sketch......He developed his farm and became one of the honored citizens of the county, where he passed the remainder of his life, his death occurring on the homestead, in 1857, and his wife passed away in 1860. Valentine Winslow Sr., endured the hardships and deprivations incident to the pioneer epoch in this section, which is now marked by opulent prosperity, and he laborer faithfully in making a home in the wilderness...........In 1834 he utilized his ox-team and wagon in bearing the corpse of an Indian to the grave, having maintained friendly relations with the red men who still remained in this locality..........


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Gravesite Details Husband of #1: Calista Caroline (Howard) Winslow and #2: Lydia Ann (Welch) Smith-Winslow.

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  • Maintained by: Jim Welch
  • Originally Created by: Laura Pinks
  • Added: 30 Jul 2014
  • Find A Grave Memorial 133568616
  • Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed ), memorial page for Valentine Winslow, Sr (31 Mar 1804–19 Mar 1857), Find A Grave Memorial no. 133568616, citing Aetna Cemetery, Winameg, Fulton County, Ohio, USA ; Maintained by Jim Welch (contributor 48261030) .