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*1-4. James Brown WINSTON, MD b 26 May 1820 VA. grad Univ. VA 1839 d Sep 1884 CA. 1852 from Jefferson City, Cole Co. MO owned Bella Union Hotel in L.A., s/o William Alexander WINSTON & Mary Hooe WALLACE: md c1861 Los Angeles CA. ?Victoria “Chata”/Margarita BANDINI d/o Juan Lorenzo Bruno BANDINI b 1800 Lima Peru d 1859 CA. & Maria Del Refugio Francisca Lugarda ARGUELLO b 9 Feb 1817 Mission Santa Barbara, Alta, CA.;
“Caroline” Maria Caroline COUTS, md John B. WINSTON, of L.A.. Dona Ysidora BANDINI de COUTS, wid of Col. Cave Johnson COUTS Sr, dcs’d, in Springfield, TN., s/o William Henry COUTS & Nancy JOHNSON s/o John (Franklin???) COUTS & Leah STARK; has continued to reside on the old homestead at Guajome, and for fifteen yrs has managed the estate with great skill and ability. Her task has been a trying one, and, but for her great will-power, she would have broken down long ago; but she comes of a family renowned for physical and mental strength and beauty. Her father, Don Juan BANDINI, was a prominent official under the Mexican government,
The name of BANDINI is not originally Spanish, but Italian, the family originating in Italy and there being a family of Bandinis of princely rank now in existence in Italy. b at Lima in 1800, and received his education there. His father came to CA. as master of a Spanish trading vessel in 1819 and 1821
His first wf was Dolores, d/o Capt Jose M. ESTUDILLO, and their ch: Arcadia, who md Abel STEARNS and afterward Col. Robert L. BAKER. She lives at Santa Monica and LA. Ysidora, who was b 23 Sep 1829, md Cave J. COUTS, d May 24, 1897, and is brd at San Diego. Josefa, who was md to Pedro C. CARILLO, who was alcalade and a member of California's first legislature in 1847. Jose Maria, who md Teresa, daughter of Santiago ARGUELLO and Juanito. His second wf was Refugia, d/o Santiago ARGUELLO (a sis of his son Jose Maria's wife). They had: Juan de la Cruz, Alfredo, Arturo, and two daughters, one of whom, Dolores, was md to Charles R. JOHNSON, and the other, (wrong) Victoria, (Chata), to Dr. James B. WINSTON and lives in LA. Bandini's daughters were famous for their beauty. All his family are in comfortable circumstances, and several are wealthy. They live principally in Southern CA., have md well, and are much respected citizens.
L. A. Times 30 Sep 1910: Mrs. Margarita WINSTON noted CA woman, d in Santa Monica, yesterday, aft twenty minutes' illness d at the Ocean-ave home of her sister, Mrs. Arcdia BANDINI de BAKER, was daughter of Don Juan BANDINI, who came to CA in 1822 and was a was a conspicuous figure in the early history of the State. Mrs. WINSTON b at old San Diego BANDINI homestead.
She was the widow of Dr. J. B. WINSTON who resided in L.A. He was a surgeon in the U. S. army and was for a number of yrs one of the proprietors of the Bella Union Hotel in L.A. at the same time he was interested extensively in mining operations, having several claims on the upper San Gabriel River.
During his long years of residence in San Diego, the home of Don Juan BANDINI was the headquarters for social affairs and in these his interesting daughters were active participants. Being the son of a Lieutenant who served on the "Nymphia," at the Battle of Trafaigar, it was but natural that he should take a deep interest in naval and military affairs Then it happened that when Commodore STOCKTON visited San Diego, he was given liberally of the cattle and stores of the BANDINIS and was a frequent visitor at the home. In 1846, when Commodore STOCKTON took possession of San Diego in the name of the U.S. it so happened that there was not a U. S. flag readily accessible. The commodore related the circumstance to Senor BANDINI" and soon after that the red flannel petticoats of three of the sturdy don's little daughters were being torn to form the red stripes. Cotton sheets supplied the alternate bars, while blue flannel represented the stars. Mrs. WINSTON who died here today, was one of the little girls who sacrificed a part of her clothing for the memorable occasion. and when Commodore Stockton sent his report of the raising of the flag to Washington i.e. accompanied the document with the names of the donors of the flag. Later on the flag was sent to the nat'l capital, where it is preserved in the government archives.
Mrs. WINSTON was noted for her great beauty while young, and for her queenly carriage and incisive wit in her maturer years.
Aside from Mrs. BAKER, who is one of the wealthiest and best known women of southern CA., Mrs. WINSTON had 3 other sisters: Mrs. Cave J. COUTTS, Mrs. Charles JOHNSON, and Mrs. Don Pedro CARRILLO. The latter having been the mother of J. J. CARRILLO, one time Chief of Police of Los Angeles and Santa Monica's present police judge.
The funeral services will be conducted at the Santa Monica Catholic Church Sat. morning at 8:30 The burial will be private, the body being taken to L.A. for internment
??1860 Census Los Angeles L.A. Co. CA.
James B. WINSTON 40 VA b c1820
Alice FLASHNER 35 IRE
Mary E. 4 CA b c1856
Alice F. 1 CA
1870 Census Los Angeles Co. CA.
John B. WINSTON 50 b c1820 James Brown WINSTON
Maria WINSTON 30
James W. WINSTON 8 b c1862
John B. WINSTON 6 b c1864
Martha WINSTON 4
Virginia WINSTON 1
Lee B. WINSTON 3 b c1867
Perry WINSTON 5/12 b c1870
Lewis C. WINSTON 19 b c1851
1880 Census Los Angeles Co. CA. P 212B 4th Ward, Los Angeles
James B. WINSTON 60 VA VA VA Physician b c1820 James Brown WINSTON
Margarita B. WINSTON 40 CA PERU CA b c1840
James W. WINSTON 18 CA VA CA b c1862 Clrk Shoe Store
John B. WINSTON 16 CA VA CA b c1864
Mary WINSTON 14 CA VA CA ?Martha
Virginia WINTON 11 CA VA CA
Margarita WINSTON 9 CA VA CA
Carolina WINSTON 6 CA VA CA b c1874
Julia WINSTON 3 CA VA CA
Guadalupe BANDINI SisterL 24 MEX MEX MEX
Alejandro BANDINI Nephew 2 CA CA MEX
Alfredo BANDINI Nephew 6 CA CA MEX
1920 Census Los Angeles Co. CA. Los Angeles
William L. WINSTON 36 TN TN TN b c1884
Lurrie E. 31 TN TN NC
Florence M. WINSTON 5 WA TN TN
1900 Census L.A. Co. CA Los Angeles 4 WD
Margaret WINSTON 59 CA SPAIN CA b c1841
Caroline WINSTON 25 CA VA CA b c1875
Julia WINSTON 23 CA VA CA b c1877
1910 Census Los Angeles Co. CA Santa Monica
Arcadia de BAKER wd 80 CA SPAIN CA wid o Col. Robert L. BAKER
Margrate WINSTON sis wd 74 CA SPAIN CA b c1836 wid/o James Brown WINSTON
Sarah FARMER? niece dvd 48 CA CA CA
Delores WARD wd niece 43 CA CA CA
Inez WARD grniece 15 CA CA CA CA
????1910 Census Los Angeles Co. CA Los Angeles
Mary E. WINSTON 69 AL VA VA b c1841 must have been in CA 1880
Alice W. MURPHY dau 30 CA AL AL
(poss the W. H. WINSTON mentioned as having place east of the SHORB place and next to place of L. H. TITUS “Sunny Slope” s/o James Brown WINSTON Is there a connection to the Joseph WINSTON mentioned by Judge Benj. HAYES “encamped at Clancy’s w/his waggons from the Mohave.”?
1860 Census Los Angeles Co. CA Los Angeles,
Joseph WINSTON 37 VA wagon master) James Brown WINSTON served in Civil War
1-4-2. John Bandini WINSTON b 29 Aug 1863 CA. d 24 Jan 1940, La Jolla, CA. brd Los Angeles, CA. md Caroline Maria COUTS b 28 Feb 1868; Ch: 2-1. Margarita Marguerite Y. WINSTON b 25 Feb 1889, 2-2. Caroline WINSTON b 18 Mar 1890 md Sven LOKRANMTZ b 22 Sep 1892 Sweden d 11 Mar 1940 L.A. CA, 2-3. John Bandini WINSTON, Jr b 28 Sep 1892, Miss Margarita Y. WINSTON, Mrs. Sven LOKRANTZ, 4 grchildren Frances Ann, Barbara Jane & Carolina Maria WINSTON & Sven Winston LOKRANTZ b 12 Sep 1924 L.A. CA. all of L.A. Sis: Carie WINSTON, Mrs E. M. FLOWERS, Mrs. Claude OGDEN & Mrs. Lionel OGDEN of L.A. Mrs Alebert CASTLE of NY.
1900 Census Los Angeles Co. CA 2 WD Los Angeles
John B. WINSTON 37 CA VA CA b c1863
Caroline M. 32 CA TN CA b c1868
Margarita Y. 12 CA CA CA b c1888
Carolina 10 CA CA CA
John B. WINSTON 7 CA CA CA b c1893
1910 Census Los Angeles Co. CA Los Angeles
John B. WINSTON 46 CA VA CA b c1864
Carolina C. WINSTON 40 CA TN CA b c1870
Marguerita WINSTON 22 CA CA CA b c1888
Carolina WINSTON 20 CA CA CA
John B. WINSTON, Jr 17 CA CA CA
1920 Census Los Angeles Co. CA. Los Angeles
John B. WINSTON 56 CA VA CA b c1864
Caroline M. 50 CA KY CA b c1870
Margarita Y. 31 CA CA CA b c1889
Carolina A. WINSTON 29 CA CA CA
John B. WINSTON Jr 27 CA CA CA b c1893
???Elvera Francisca WINSTON b 15 Oct 1863 Los Angeles d 1 Sep 1940 L.A. CA. mother:BONCHET, father: WINSTON
1900 Census Los Angeles Co. 2 WD Los Angeles
Elvira WINSTON 29 CA CA CA b c1871
1920 Census Los Angeles Co. CA. Los Angeles
E. F. WINSTON f 54 CA VA CA b c1866
1-4-3. Mary WINSTON b c1866 CA.
1-4-4. Virginia WINSTON b c1869 CA.
1-4-5. Margarita WINSTON (“Mamie” Margaret b 30 Oct 1869 CA. d 11 Apr 1941 L.A. md 1894 L.A. Lionel Edgar OGDEN b England
1-4-6. “Carie” Carolina WINSTON b c1874 CA. md aft 1920
1-4-7. Julia WINSTON b c1877 CA. md M. Edward FLOWERS b c1872 England (or E. M. FLOWERS)
1920 Census Los Angeles Co. CA Santa Monica
M. Edward FLOWERS 48 ENGL ENGL ENGL
Julia 41 CA VA CA b c1879 WINSTON
Margery A. 16 CA ENGL CA
Phyllis W. 15 CA ENGL CA
Frances R. 9 CA ENGL CA
Caroline WINSTON sis-in-law 43 CA VA CA b c1877
(sis Claude OGDEN, Lionel OGDEN of L.A. & Albert CASTEL of NY)
1-5. William Henry WINSTON b 19 Jun 1822 VA. d 26 Jul 1841
1-6. Thomas Wallace WINSTON b 11 Apr 1825 VA., d c1887
Walnut Cove Stokes Co. NC unmd
1870 Census Johnson Co. AR Pittsburg Twp
h/h of Robert E. TAYLOR 60 VA
Wallace WINSTON 44 VA Teacher b c1826 Thomas Wallace WINSTON
1-7. Isaac WINSTON b 3 Nov 1827 VA. unmd alumnus VMI 1850, position in US Interior Dept 1851-3, US Indian Agent 1856-8, US Marshal, Ks Terr, 1856-8, US consul for Island of Jamaica, at Kingston, 1859-1861. lived Mitchell’s Sta. Culpeper Co. VA d Winston, Va, 13 Dec 1896 in his 71st yr of age; served in U.S. govt posts; when consul in Jamaica his health was ruined by cholera and yellow fever. (from Nashville Tn Christian Advocate)
1880 Census Culpeper Co. VA Catalpa DistCedar Mtn
Isaac WINSTON 53 bro in law VA VA VA b c1827 (has bro in law to Jethia SLAUGHTER 30 B!
1-8. Caroline Louisa/Wallace WINSTON b 4 Mar 1831 d 3 Jan 1913 md 12 Aug 1858 John S. HAMILTON of Fauquier Co. VA grson of John SCOTT of Fredericksburg & Frances S. S. PAYNE: Ch: 1. Hugh HAMILTON b 21 Aug 1859 md Virginia JENNINGS, Fauquier Co. 2. Mary Wallace HAMILTON b 11 Dec 1862
1-9. Arthur Wallace WINSTON CSA b 23 Feb 1833 VA. d 15 Apr 1903 unmd, served 1861-5 in Capt Harris' Co., Kemper's Brig. Army No. VA., enlisted May 1861 7th Va Inf Kemper’s Brig. Pickett’s Div, posss. captured @ Milford & held at Pt. Lookout.
s/o’s of William Alexander WINSTON & Mary Hooe WALLACE:
1860 Census Culpeper Co. VA. Culpeper C H PO
Arthur WINSTON 29 VA b c1831 Granary, Arthur Wallace WINSTON
1870 Census Culpeper Co. VA Culpeper C H
Arther WINSTON 37 VA b c1833 Arthur Wallace WINSTON s/o William Alexander WINSTON
Wallace WINSTON 39 VA b c1831 ??could be Thomas Wallace WINSTON?
??1870 Census Culpeper Co. VA Jeffersonton Twp
William WINSTON 30 W VA b c1840
Sarah WINSTON 24 B VA
Calvin WINSTON 5 B VA
Caroline E. WINSTON 3 B VA
Victoria B. WINSTON 1 B VA
1-10. Lucian Dade WINSTON CSA b 20 Jan 1836 Culpeper Co. VA served 1861-5 in Gen'l R. Lindsay WALKER's Battery, d 23 Mar 1914 md 5 Dec 1878 Elizabeth McNeill BODDIE b 28 Dec 1851 Christian Co. KY d/o Willie Perry BODDIE b 22 Jul 1822 Nash Co. NC of MS. wealthy plantation owner d 9 Feb 1870 Christian Co. KY & Martha Rivers McNEIL b 12 Feb 1827 Hopkinsville Christian Co. KY. s/o George BODDIE b 19 Nov 1769 & Lucy WILLIAMS b 15 Mar 1782 (on 1870 Census Christian Co. #339 is Lucian WINSTON on 1880 Census Christian Co. KY p 316A) enlisted Apr 18, 1861, Culpeper Minute Men, Purcell's Battery, Hill's Division
Lucien Dade WINSTON Farmer b 20 Jan1836. Enlisted in Walker's Light Artillery Reg Va as Pvt 17 Apr 1861 Culpeper Crt House, VA in Co. B, 13th Inf Reg Va 17 Apr 1861 Absent for sickness 15 Sep 1861 (Absent until MO) Mustered out 17 Jan 1862
Sources: The Virginia Regimental Histories Series. (VARosterC) Publ 1987
1860 Census Cupeper Co. VA Homeland PO
L. D. WINSTON 29 VA Occ couldn't read census b c1831 Lucian Dade WINSTON