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Winningham Family

Patsy Winningham (View posts)
Posted: 26 Jun 1999 8:18PM GMT
Looking for the parents of Adam Winningham, born approx. 1781 married Isobel (?). Moved to Overton Co., Tennessee. He was in the War of 1812. Someone Help me.

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Brandon Winningham (View posts)
Posted: 17 Apr 2000 6:59PM GMT
UNfortunately i dont know much more than u do Adam was my g,g,g,g,g-grandfather i do know he was married 3 times but as to their names i dont know nor his father thats a mystery to everyone now. PLease email me with anything u have. i had no idea he was in the War of 1812 any documents or sites with this info u can send id love to have. cagneyfan@yahoo.com

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Judy Laferriere (View posts)
Posted: 25 Apr 2000 8:08PM GMT
My grandmothers name was Vera Ellen Winningham, she was married to Ocie Everett Clayborn whose great grandfather Robert Tanner Clayborn was from Overton Co Tenn, later to become fentriss Co Tenn. I don't know if Vera had brothers her fathers name was john allen winningham born 1875 died 1946. if you come up with more info or if this helps let me know

Adam Winningham

Julian Billings (View posts)
Posted: 14 Jan 2001 10:28PM GMT
Adam's father was Richard Winningham, born 1750's. Was living in Randolph Co., NC in 1779. He died "before November 13, 1806". Adam had at least one brother who was also named Richard, born 1796 in NC and died 1893. The younger Richard married Polly Hooser, died 1893.

I am descended from both the younger Richard as well as Adam...Richard and Adam's great grandchildren Leann Winningham and Porter Taylor married each other (that makes them 3rd cousins) and they were my g-g-grandparents. I'm interested to know how you are descended from the Winningham line...perhaps we could exchange more info.

Julian
cjbillings@home.com

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Donny Winningham (View posts)
Posted: 27 Apr 2001 1:06PM GMT
Most people dont know the winninghams Were the first settlers in jamestown Tn Also they dont know that the winninghams and a family called the Owens took eachothers children in during real hard times that was before the war oof 1812 i'm talking early 1700s

Re: Adam Winningham

Posted: 13 Mar 2006 3:12AM GMT
Classification: Query
Julian, John Alston Winningham was my great-great grandfather. Do you know who his mother was.
Toni

Re: Winningham Family

Posted: 11 Mar 2012 3:56PM GMT
Classification: Query
I would be interested in any information you have on a Mary Winningham born about 1815-1820. She may have been born in Fentress Co., IN. She married an Arter or Arthur Robbins that was born 1814 in Overton, TN. He is buried in Vaper Cenetery in TN. I believe she had a daughter Mary Elizabeth born 8/15/1864 died 6/20/1916,that married a Robert Barton Sharp born 8/1/1862 and died 12/27/47.

Thank you very much and I hope this helps you.
Best Regards,
Connie
DCBlake613@yahoo.com

Re: Winningham Family

Posted: 11 Mar 2012 3:57PM GMT
Classification: Query
I would be interested in any information you have on a Mary Winningham born about 1815-1820. She may have been born in Fentress Co., IN. She married an Arter or Arthur Robbins that was born 1814 in Overton, TN. He is buried in Vaper Cenetery in TN. I believe she had a daughter Mary Elizabeth born 8/15/1864 died 6/20/1916,that married a Robert Barton Sharp born 8/1/1862 and died 12/27/47.

Thank you very much and I hope this helps you.
Best Regards,
Connie
DCBlake613@yahoo.com
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