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WINCHESTER, Douglas*
(Bef 1755-Between 1800/1810)
MATTHEWS, Sarah*
(1759-1839)
WINCHESTER, Thomas
(1774-1864)
FINNEY, Rachel
(-Cir 1810)
WINCHESTER, George Allison
(1809-1894)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. WALKER, Margaret L.
2. SIKES, Ann Elizah

WINCHESTER, George Allison

  • Born: 2 Sep 1809, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, United States 3554,3560
  • Marriage (1): WALKER, Margaret L.
  • Marriage (2): SIKES, Ann Elizah
  • Died: 7 Mar 1894 3554,3560
  • Buried: Pleasant Grove United Methodist Church Cemetery, Union County, North Carolina 3560
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bullet  Noted events in his life were:

1. Census, 1810, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, United States. Thos Winchester household includes 3 males under 10 [William, Thomas D, George]. (Mecklenburg Co, p473)

2. Census, 1820, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, United States. Thomas Winchester household includes 1 male under 10 [George]. (Mecklenburg Co, p193)

3. Census, 1830, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, United States. Thos Winchester [maybe this one] household includes 1 male 15-20 [George]. (Mecklenburg Co, NC, p339)

4. Census, 1840, Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, United States. G A Winchester household includes 1 male 30-40 [George should be 30], 2 females under 5, 1 female 20-30 [Margaret]. (Mecklenburg Co, NC, p342)

5. Census, 1850, Union County, North Carolina, United States. George A Winchester is 40, farmer, living with Margaret (35), Mary J (18), Sarah E (12), and George R (8 months). (Union Co, p3)

6. Appearance in Document, 26 Sep 1853, Union County, North Carolina, United States. Will of [father] Thomas Winchester mentions "I give and bequeath to my son GEO A WINCHESTER the tract of land lying North of him known as the ? RAPE tract to be valued & disposed of as the Item above tract also the remaining part of the tract I now live on not disposed of to my wife Elizabeth to be valued and disposed of as above divided also the land divised to my wife Elizabeth at her death. I give and bequeath to my son GEO A WINCHESTER to be valued and disposed of as above ______. ITEM I will and devise that all the negroes belonging to my estate except those already disposed of be equally divided among my children or their heirs WILLIAM WINCHESTER, MARY WINCHESTER, THOMAS D WINCHESTER, and GEO A WINCHESTER."

7. Obituary, 25 Apr 1894. 3560 April 25, 1894, North Carolina Christian Advocate (Greensboro, Guilford Co., N.C.) Died at his home in Union county, N.C., March 7th, 1894, Mr. G. A. WINCHESTER, aged eighty-four years, six months and a few days. For over sixty years he has been a consistent member and a true and faithful worker in Pleasant Grove M. E. South, Charlotte District, W. N. C. Conference.

8. Story. George Allison Winchester b. Sept 2 1809 d. March 7 1894 m. Margaret Walker b. 1813 d. Jan 20 1855 m. March 13 1856 Anna Stikes b. 1834. (posted at freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~deesegenes/win.html)

9. Story. 3554 G. Allison Winchester was one of the pioneers of the Mineral Springs community, where most of the Winchesters of Union County can trace their ancestry. He was said to have owned 12 slaves.


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George married Margaret L. WALKER. (Margaret L. WALKER was born about 1814,3554 died on 20 Jan 1855 and was buried in Pleasant Grove United Methodist Church Cemetery, Union County, North Carolina.)


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George next married Ann Elizah SIKES.




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