Dr Dabney Edgar "D E" Winstead
Birth: Apr. 28, 1889
Death: Oct. 28, 1963
Miss Mabel Allsup of Dallas married Dr. Dabney Edwin Winstead, Jr., of Graham were married on 27 February 1923 at Fort Worth, Texas with Rev. J.M. Bond, pastor of Magnolia Baptist Church in Fort Worth officiating. Rev. Bond was Dr. Winstead's first pastor, having baptized him several years ago. The bride is a graduate nurse of Baylor Training School for nurses in Dallas. She has been employed in Dallas since graduation. After the couple's marriage, they visited in Avinger while their house was being built in Graham.
Long-time doctor in Graham, Texas practicing since 1921. He graduated from Baylor Medical School in Dallas. He enjoyed a good practice in his profession.
In 1930, Dr. Winstead published a science fiction article, "Earthworms of Karma" in the pulp magazine "Weird Tales" in the July-September 1930 issue. With this issue, Dr. Winstead began his successful journey as a science fiction author. Dr. Winstead used a pen name "Lon Dexter" in all of his science fiction publications.
Dabney Edgar Winstead registered for the World War I draft at Crosby, Texas. He was a medical student at the time. His next of kin was a pharmacist, Stephen E. Smith of Crosbyton, Texas. He was single, tall, brown hair.
1930 Graham, TX
Edgar Winstead, head, 39
Mabel J., wife, 29
Nannette, dau, 0
Dabney Bushard Winstead (1839 - 1909)
Valeria Ann Johnston Winstead (1844 - 1915)
Mabel Janette Allsup Winstead (1896 - 1979)
Ash Creek Cemetery
Created by: Searchers of our Past
Record added: Oct 28, 2010
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