Cheryl, thank you for your response. I found an article in the News Observer, Raleigh, N.C. dated 8/15/1940 on Pleasant Grove Camp Meet
and in the article it mentions a G.T. Winchester and a G. Allison Winchester. Also made mention of a Elenor Howie who was a trumpeter for
this meeting. She was the gg granddaughter of G. Allison Winchester. The article mentions that in the 1760's the Howies, Wolfes and the
Winchester's before the revolutionary perion migrated from Pennsylvania to take possession of the land granted by King George III. I am
trying to trace our name to that period and find out if these people are part of our ancestry. My gg grandfather was Daniel Wincherster
of Monroe, N.C. Union County, wife; Beatrice, children; Jennie W. Boyette, Lillie W. Hinson, and James (Jim) Winchester.
I have their children's names also. Are we any "kin"? My Granddaddy (Henry Sherman Winchester, Sr.), father was Henry Archibal, married to
Lena Rebbecca Petteway.
If you aren't familiar with any of listed people but know where I can find information I would greatly appreciate your help. We are very excited
to hear from Union County. My sister Sybil Winchester is helping me with the family tree her email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
she is a
genologist. If we can help you all you need do is ask.
Thank you again,
Shannon Winchester Edwards