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13951 William James Caddy was born in Penzance & was a Captain in the Iron Ore Mines. His wife was Katherine Stevens.

Known Children:
Samuel James Caddy 1888 - 1949
Irving W. Caddy 1904 - 1983
Olive Myrtle Caddy Johnson 1897-1945
Amelia (Millie) Varker 1892-1945 (m. Samuel J. Varker) 
Caddy, William James (I37863)
 
13952 William K. Whalen, b. 2 Dec 1910, d. 12 Jul 1997, Norfold, Madison, Nebraska Whalen, William Kenneth (I32008)
 
13953 William Kernohan resided all his life on the Kernohan homestead, Lot 5, Con. 2, where the 3M factory now stands. Kernohan, William Tackabury (I37247)
 
13954 William Lewis Wanamaker passed away at the family home Sunday, June 22, 1924. He was born in Warsaw, Ind., Sept 16, 1859, a son of J.W. and Lucinda Wanamaker. He moved with his parents to a farm southeast of the city in 1865. On Nov. 2, 1887 he was married to Miss Mary Ella Darr, who with three children, William D. Wanamaker, Aurora, Mo., Miss Lucy and Virgil R. of the home address, survive. He is also survived by his mother, Mrs. Lucinda Wanamaker, who is 85 years of age, one brother, Dr. A. E. Wanamaker, Hamburg, Ia., and two sisters, Mrs. Bell Israel of this city and Mrs. O. W. Bowen, Snowden, Wash.

1900 US Census, Missouri, Livingston, Chillicothe, Wanamaker, born Sep 1860, age 39, married 12 years, born IN, father born PA, mother born OH, wife Mary E., bor Oct 1863, age 36, married 12 years, mother of 3 children 3 living, born MO, father born OH, mother born MO, son William D., born Jan 1891, age 9, born MO, daughter Lucy E., born Aug 1892, age 7, born MO, son Virgil, born June 1896, age 3, born MO

1910 US Census, Missouri, Livingston, Chillicothe, William L. Wanamaker, 50, married 22 years, born IN, father born PA, mother born OH, bookkeeper foundry, rents home, wife MarY E., 47, married once 22 years, mother of 3 children 3 living, born MO, father born OH, mother born MO, son William D., 19, born MO, salesman drug store, daughter Lucy E., 16, born MO, son Virgil R., 13, born MO, father in law Samuel T. Darr, 69, widower, born OH, parents born OH, boarder Beulah Glick, 21

1920 US Census, Missouri, Livingston, Chillicothe, William L. Wanamaker, owns home with mortgage, 60, born IN, father born PA, mother born OH, bookkeeper implement house, wife Mary, 56, born MO, father born OH, mother born MO, son William D., 28, married, born MO, no occupation, daughter Lucy, 25, single, born MO, teacher public school, son Virgil, 23, single, born MO, farm laborer

Alternate birthdate: Sep 1860 
Wanamaker, William Lewis "W.L." (I21211)
 
13955 William M. "Billy" LaFollette, 41, of Greeneville, died Thursday at his home. Survivors include his wife; two stepdaughters and son-in-law; three grandsons; his mother; two brothers and a sister-in-law; two sisters and brothers-in-law; a sister-in-law; a brother-in-law; his nieces and nephews; a longtime best friend; and longtime friend of the family. He was preceded in death by his father: James LaFollette Sr.; two brothers: Terry LaFollette and Jessie LaFollette; two sisters: Elizabeth LaFollette and Kathy LaFollette; and a nephew: Ray Allen Kosuda. The family will receive friends Tuesday from noon to 2 p.m. at Jeffers Funeral & Cremation Services. The funeral service will be held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon in the funeral home chapel. The Rev. Terry Franklin will officiate. Interment will follow in River Hill Cemetery. LaFollette, William M. "Billy" (I35314)
 
13956 William Newman was born about 1610, and died at Stamford between 18 August and 18 November 1676, the dates of his will and its probate..A wife Elizabeth ? for whom we have no further information, was named in his will.
He and his father were both settlers of Stamford during its first year, 1642. They probably did not come from Wethersfield with the majority of the other early settlers, but their place of origin is still unknown.
The lands of William Newman were recorded at Stamford on 1 March 1649/50 as follows:
1. One house and home lot containing an acre and a half, Bounded by William Graves to the east, John Elliot west, abutting the highway north and the meadows south;
2. Also another house and house lot, containing 3 acres, bounded by Nicholas Knapp and common land to the north, Henry Ackerly, William Potter and Common Land south, butting to the highway west and the common east;
3. In the North Field, 12 acres of upland, bounded by David Mitchell north, Nicholas Theale south, butting to the fence east, and the River west;
4. In the same field, 10 more acres of upland, bounded by Thomas Newman south, Nicholas Knapp north, butting to the highway east, and the River west;
5. In the same field, 3 more acres of upland, bounded by the rails (fence) east, Henry Smith and Francis Bell west, Thomas Neman south, Francis Bell north;
6. In Rocky Neck, 7 1/2 acres of upland, 4 1/2 acres of the said parcel is waste land, bounded by Francis Bell to the south, William Mead to the north, butting to William Mead, thomas Morehouse & Thomas Newman west, Nicholas Knapp east, a highway through the west end of it;
7. In the East Field, 4 acres of meadow, bounded by Thomas Hyatt south, Vincent Simkins north, butting Henry Ackerly west, the highway east, with 12 rods fence as it was layed out by ?;
8. In the same field, 6 acres meadow down in the South field fence belonging (?), bounded by Vincent Simkins on the south and north, butting to the highway east, Jeffery Ferris and John Finch west;
9. In the same field, 2 more acres of meadow, bounded by Daniel Scofield south, Henry Ackerly north, butting to the highway west, and Jonas Weed east.
Difficulties with the Court at New Haven in 1654 (along with his father) have already been described. Just prior to his father's death, on 25 May 1659, the New Haven Court turned to William Newman to settle a dispute that was current in the colony concerning "wrong done in the sizes of shooes." William Newman of Stamford was said to have been in the possession of an instrument that he had brought from England, that was capable of determining the correct sizes of shoes, and that instrument was ordered to be bought to New Haven to serve as model for a standard to be made to serve the needs of the entire Colony. There is no further information on this subject, and we may assume that William either complied, or the illness and death of his father intervened in the completion of this project.
His will was dated at Stamford on 18 August (6th month) and probated on 18 November (9th month) 1676. He mentioned his wife Elizabeth, and children Thomas, Daniel, "John" (who died before the probate), Sarah, Elizabeth and Hannah. His inventory was taken and filed on the date of probate. Also on the same date of probate, an agreement was made between and among the (remaining) heirs.

William Newman hath assigned to him by the town (of Stamford), in Oct 1642, two acres marsh and three acres woodland. In 1659, complaints having been made to the court in New Haven respecting the "sizes of shoes," the court hearing that William Newman had an instrument which he had brought from England which "was thought to be right to determine this question, did order that the said instrument should be procured and sent to New Haven, to be made a "Standard" which shall be the rule between buyer and seller, to which it is required that all sizes be conformed." Mr. Newman was evidently a man of note in the young colony, and once represented the town in the General Court. Savage supposes he may have removed to Narragansett after 1669. In 1676 William Newman, planter of Stamford, sells to John Austin, "taylor" of Stamford some land. His will, dated 7.9.1673, makes his legatees, his wife Elizabeth, and his children, Thomas, Daniel, John, ____, Elizabeth, and Hannah. It also mentions his brother John.

William came to Stamford in 1642. His home was first on the west side of South Street and then by 1650 on the south side of East Street. He was a shoemaker and held a number of important positions in Stamford.

William Newman was born about 1610, and died at Stamford between 18 August and 18 November 1676, the dates of his will and its probate, see below. A wife Elizabeth _____ for whom we have no further information was named in his will
He and his father were both settlers of Stamford during its first year, 1642. They probably did not come from Wethersfield with the majority of the other early settlers, but their place of origin is still unknown.
The lands of William Newman were recorded at Stamford on 1 March 1649/50 and included nine parcels totaling about 53 acres.
Difficulties with the Court at New Haven in 1654 (along with his father) have already been described. Just prior to his father's death, on 25 May 1659, the New Haven Court turned to William. Newman to settle a dispute that was current in the Colony concerning "wrong done in the sizes of shooes." William Newman of Stamford wag said to have been in the possession of an instrument that he had brought from England, that was capable of determining the correct sizes of shoes, and that instrument was ordered to be brought to New Haven to serve as a model for a standard to be made to serve the needs of the entire Colony. There is no further information on this subject, and we may assume that William either complied, or the illness and death of his father intervened in the completion of this project.
His will was dated at Stamford on 18 August (6th month) and probated on 18 November (9th month) 1676. He mentioned his wife Elizabeth, and children Thomas, Daniel, "John" (who died before the probate), Sarah, Elizabeth and Hannah. His inventory was taken and filed on the date of probate. Also on the same date of probate, an agreement was made between and among the (remaining) heirs. The children of William and Elizabeth Newman, only three recorded, order uncertain, but based on the order of naming in probate documents, were: Thomas, Daniel, Sarah, Elizabeth, Hannah, Mary and John. 
Newman, William (I39190)
 
13957 William Parker, Sojourner in this Parish, and Elizabeth James of this Parish were married in this Church by Banns the thirteenth Day of July 1792, by me JS Hanham, Jr. Curate. This marriage was solemnized between us X The Mark of Wm Parker X the Mark of Elizabeth James, in the presence of Jams Jams, Henry Baines James, Elizabeth (I15138)
 
13958 William Phoenix, b. 9 Jan 1930, d. Jun 1982, Columbia, Maury, TN, SSN issued Colorado

1940 US Census, Colorado, Denver, Denver, William D. Phoenix, owns home valued 9000, 44, education C4, born IL, state agent insurnace, wife Ruth M., 40, born CO, son William D. Jr., 10, born CO 
Phoenix, William D. (I20141)
 
13959 William Potter was born about 1608-10. The identity of his wife has not been established. At age 25 he sailed from England 15 Apr 1635 on the ship Increase , bound for the New World. His name appears on a list of freemen of Boston, Mass., dated 13 May 1640.
Spencer Mead claimed that William Potter owned Shippan Point in Stamford. Paul Prindle clarifies that Potter owned an "allotment in Stanford East field in Shipan," probably not all of Shippan Point. Stamford land transactions involving William Potter are few in number and trivial in acreage.
He was propounded a freeman of Stamford on 14 October 1669, but he was inactive in community matters, perhaps due to ill health. In 28 May 1656 General Court in New Haven, he informed the court that he was a "weake, infirme man and not fit to trayne, and desires he might be freed (from military service)."
The will of William Potter was dated 18 Sep 1684 and recorded in Stamford 9 Mar 1684/5. He died 27 November 1684. His inventory totaled £208:12:00 of which £133:100:00 represented land. His will stated "I give unto ye Church in Stamford, out of my Estate, the Som of five pounds, to be improved for ye use of ye Lords Table. The rest of my Estate I give unto Mr. Bishops three Sonns and Children of Sonn in Law, Joseph Mead." With respect to the bequest to the church, Rev. E. B. Huntington in his History of Stamford, Connecticut, published in 1868, wrote "The silver cups now in the service of the table of the First Congregational Church are still witnesses to this bequest."

William Potter was in Stamford by 1650, and his house was on the corner of North Street and the North Street extension to Mill River. He also had a house on the east side of North Street that was sold to Thomas Lyon by 1650. In his will, he left his house and land to the three Bishop sons. Later this houselot was turned over to John Davenport for his parsonage. He also left bequests to the eleven children of his son-in-law, John Mead. There was a William Potter who came to America in 1635 on the Elizabeth. As his age was given as twenty-five, this may well have been the Stamford man. He was in Roxbury, MA in 1646

William Potter's home lot is on record in Stamford, 1650. In 1652, he sells his house lot to Thomas Lyon, and purchases a parcel of land from John Finch. In 1661 he sells land to Jacob Pearson. In 1684, in his testimony before Jonathan Bell, he says he is 75 years old. 
Potter, William (I14642)
 
13960 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I37139)
 
13961 William Thomas Wingo February 17, 1930 – May 20, 2010 William was born on February 17, 1930 in Denver, Colorado and died on May 20, 2010 in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He was a retail salesman and a longtime resident of Colorado Springs. He is survived by a son, Dan Waller, and six daughters, Teresa O'Lear, Cindy Criswell, Donna Norman, Pam Peyer, Tammy Schroeder, and Jodie Shuss. Arrangements by: The Springs Funeral Services 3115 E. Platte Avenue Colorado Springs, CO 80909 719-328-1793 Wingo, William Thomas (I34452)
 
13962 William was not named by grandfather in will of 1575; but was named by grandmother in 1578 will and by his father in 1583 will.

William Benedict, born about 1579/1580 in Norfolk, England and died before September 1629 in Norfolk. William was not named by grandfather in will of 1575; but was named by grandmother in 1578 will and by his father in 1583 will. He married Elizabeth ____ who after his death remarried at Woolpit Suffolk, England, John Bridgham. Woolpit is on the road directly south from Tasborough in Norfolk. 
Benedict, William (I16651)
 
13963 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I19020)
 
13964 Willie B. Jones, 79, of West Palm Beach, died Friday at a local hospital. She was formerly of Greene County, Tenn., and is survived there by a sister and brother-in-law. Mrs. Jones was a member of St. Michael's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Wellington. She was the widow of Oscar H. Jones, who died in Aug. 1997, and was preceded in death by her daughter, Rebecca J. Hurwitch, and a brother, William Burgner Jr. Survivors, in addition to those listed above, include a son-in-law; two grandchildren; another sister; and several nieces and nephews. The funeral service was held at 10 o'clock this morning at Quattlebaum-Holleman-Burse Funeral Home in West Palm Beach with interment in Memory Gardens Memorial Park in Lake Worth. The Rev. George Hooper officiated.  Burgner, Willie Kate (I36031)
 
13965 Willie E. Parman, aged 65, died suddenly at four o'clock Friday morning at his home in the Flag Brach community. The funeral will at 2:30 Sunday afternoon at River Hill with the Rev. James Hooten and the Rev. Morgan Davis officiating. He is surivied by his wife, Gladys Morgan Parman; one son; three sisters, Mrs. Bertie Collins, Baltimore, Md., Mrs. Dora Eason Morristown; Mrs. Gertrude Wallen, Greene County. Pallbearers will be nephews, and flowerbearers will be nieces. The deceased was a member of the First Church of God at Flag Branch, and was a faithful member who loved his church. The body will be removed from Talon Bible Funeral Home at 4pm this afternoon to late home.  Parman, Willie E. (I36364)
 
13966 Willie Kate Parman Fillers, 83, of Life Care East Nursing Home, formerly of Route 7, Greeneville, died at 8am Friday at Life Care East. She was a member of Flag Branch Church of God, where she was a pianist for 35 years. She was preceded in death by her husband: Jessie Fillers, and a granddaughter: Debbie Waddell. She was the daughter of the late James Hancher and Nancy Caroline Gibbs Parman. Survivors are two daughters; two sons-in-law; a grandson; two great-grandchildren; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at 2pm Sunday at Kiser Funeral Chapel with interment to follow in Greenelawn Memory Gardens. Pallbearers will be Clark Parman, Joe B. Fillers, R.B Kinser, Lyle Parton, Russell Kinser, Keith Fillers, and W.H. Bowers. The family will receive friends Saturday afternoon and evening at Kiser Funeral Home.  Parman, Willie Kate (I35413)
 
13967 Willis W. Parman, 75, of River Road, died suddenly Tuesday morning at his home. Mr. Parman was a farmer and a member of Solomon Lutheran Church. He was a honorary member of the South Greene Ruritan Club and the South Greene Fire Department. Survivors include three daughters and sons-in-law: ; five grandchildren; three great-great grandsons; a sister and brother-in-law Parman, Willis William (I35001)
 
13968 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I498)
 
13969 WILLISTON Zachary Edenloff, 20, Williston, died Sunday, April 22, 2012, of injuries suffered in a motorcycle/auto accident in Williston. He was born Sept. 19, 1991, to Darrel and Melody Edenloff, in Williston. Survivors: parents, Williston; sisters, Melissa Edenloff, Williston, and Dr. Angie Edenloff-Eucher, Cincinnati; his grandfather, Dayton Edenloff, Williston. Funeral: Saturday, 10:30 a.m., St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Williston. Burial: Hillside Memory Gardens, Williston. Edenloff, Zachary Dayton (I438)
 
13970 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4244)
 
13971 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2806)
 
13972 WILLMAR — Harold John Eisenlohr, 88, of Willmar died Thursday at Rice Memorial Hospital. The service will be 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Redeemer Lutheran Church in Willmar. Burial will be at Terrace Lawn Cemetery in Montevideo. Visitation will be from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday at Harvey Anderson Funeral Home in Willmar and will continue one hour prior to the service. He was born May 7, 1921, in Grace Township near Montevideo to Earl and Erna (Wollschlager) Eisenlohr. He attended country school through the eighth grade and then farmed with his parents. On June 1, 1947, he married Ethel Strand in Montevideo. They lived on a farm by Montevideo until 1991 when they retired and moved to Willmar. In 2005, they moved to Copper Glen in Montevideo and in 2005 they moved to Luther Haven in Montevideo, and then to Bethesda Pleasantview in Willmar in June. He is survived by his wife; children: Diane (and Doug) Anderson of Boyd, Lyle (and Kathleen) Eisenlohr of Pennock, Dorene (and Kenny) Schmitz of Big Bend, Lynn (and Randy) Johnson of Willmar; nine grandchildren; two stepgrandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; siblings: Eva Nicolai of Owatonna, Herb (and Janet) Eisenlohr of Clarkfield and Darlene Tolin of Benson. He was preceded in death by a son: Derald in 1977; son-in-law: Scott Eschen in 1994; and two brothers. Eisenlohr, Harold John (I6916)
 
13973 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I6204)
 
13974 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I7097)
 
13975 Willmar, MN Lea, Ronald Dean (I7375)
 
13976 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I7418)
 
13977 Willowdale Nursing & Rehab Center Jeanty, Donald Norbert (I25594)
 
13978 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I38066)
 
13979 Windsor church records White, Anna (I39907)
 
13980 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I14233)
 
13981 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I108)
 
13982 Winnifred and Raymond were first cousins Norby, Winnifred Irene (I7295)
 
13983 Winona Community Hospital Overland, Marie Gunhild (I4264)
 
13984 Winona, MN
Delmer C Bunke
81
469 Ronald Ave
Winona
Minnesota
55987
507-454-3587 
Bunke, Delmer Charles (I4899)
 
13985 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I8024)
 
13986 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I8030)
 
13987 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I8006)
 
13988 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I102)
 
13989 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1138)
 
13990 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I1241)
 
13991 Winona, MN Paulson, Glen (I2004)
 
13992 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I2007)
 
13993 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I4713)
 
13994 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I5823)
 
13995 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I8013)
 
13996 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I8033)
 
13997 At least one living or private individual is linked to this note - Details withheld. Living (I8057)
 
13998 WINONA/HOUSTON, Minn./LA CROSSE, Wis. Arne Waldemar Mindrum, 86, of Winona and formerly of Houston and La Crosse, died Thursday, July 2, 2015, at Gundersen Health System in La Crosse.
Arne was born Feb. 12, 1929, in Rushford, Minn., to Palmer and Margit (Landsverk) Mindrum. He graduated from Houston High School in 1946. He served in the U.S. Army during the Korean conflict and was honorably discharged. He then went to work for General Electric Company in Cincinnati, Ohio, for 17 years as an instrumentation design engineer. In 2010, Arne was inducted into the Cambridge Who's Who for designing a linear variable differential transformer for a jet engine. Arne is also featured in the book "Top 101 Experts Insights and Ideas to Inspire You." He later retired after working 17 years at CenturyTel in La Crosse. Arne loved camping and traveling. He was active in Boy Scouts of America, Little League and was a member of Cross of Christ Lutheran Church in Houston. Arne was an ambitious man and was always very proud of his inventions.
Arne is survived by his children; grandchildren; great-grandchildren; siblings; many more nieces and nephews.
He is preceded in death by his parents; wife, Janet; and siblings, Paul and Alf.
A memorial service for Arne will take place 11 a.m. Tuesday, July 14, 2015, at Cross of Christ Lutheran Church in Houston, with the Reverend Lane Zaffke officiating. Visitation will take place one hour prior to the service at the church. Arne will be laid to rest at Stone Church Cemetery in Houston.

Lived in Carson City, NV on 28 Mar 1975 
Mindrum, Arne Waldemar (I1104)
 
13999 Winthrop in 1660 called him of Stratford, ae 23, and mentioned that his mother was William Hayden's wife of Windsor; in 1658 he called him ae 20.

Born about 1637; Deacon Timothy died at Stratford, 13 Jan 1713/4. Apparently the date should be 1710/1. Inventory 9 Feb 1710/1; widow Johanna. On 7 Oct 1713, it was reported that Joanna had died without completing administration of husband Timothy's Estate; and Robert Walker and Joseph Hawley were appointed.
Will of Johanna, widow of Timothy, 4 Aug 1713; grandchild Phebe Fairchild, daughter of son-in-law Joseph Fairchild, late of Stratford deceased; granddaughter Sarah Fairchild; daughter of (not named); residue to children of son Joseph Fairchild and Johanna his wife, now both deceased.
Thomas Beach and Eliasaph Preston of Wallingford, and Joseph Hawley and Thomas Gridley of Farmington, and Robert McEwen and Robert Walker of Stratford, interested in a house and land with Joseph Fairchild which were given us by father Timothy Wilcoxson, conveyed 23 Dec 1706 to Fairchild.
Married at Stratford, 28 Dec 1664, Johanna Birdsey. She was daughter of John. Wife was called Johanna at birth of child 1677. She died at Stratford (as Widow) Aug 1713 
Wilcockson, Deacon Timothy (I39184)
 
14000 Winton Bennett, aged 82 years, died at his home, Buchanan and Oliver streets, at nine o'clock Sunday night of gangrene and old age. the deceased was an old resident and leaves an aged wife to whom he was married mover fifty years ago, and three daughters, namely, Mrs. Woodworth, of Lima, O., Mrs. McConnell, of Leslie, Mich,; and Mrs. Davenport, of Oliver street, at whose home he died. Mr. Bennett had not worked at any active employment for years. Formerly he was a farmer, and after he retired he went on frequent gunning trips, and was regarded as quite a woodsman. The funeral will be held at two o'clock today from the residence, and Rev. Mr. Wagenbals will officiate.

Wednesday evening last (Nov. 5) occurred the fiftieth anniversary of the marriage of Mr. and Mrs. Winton Bennett, and the occasion was celebrated at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Davenport, 60 Oliver street, the lady being the youngest daughter of the aged couple

1850 US Census, Indiana, Allen, Wayne, Winton Bennett, 40, farmer, born Conn., Rosana 36, born Germany, Joseph 6 born IN, Charles 4 born IN, Sarah 3 born IN, Rosana 2 born IN.

1860 US Census, Indiana, Allen, Washington, Winton Bennett, 50, farmer, value of personal estate 300, born CT, Rosanna, 46, born Elsa?, Joseph, 15, laborer, born IN, Charles, 14, born IN, Sarah, 12, born IN, Rosanna, 11, born IN, Elisabeth, 8, born IN, Frances, 6, born IN, Winton, 4 born IN

1870 US Census, Indiana, Allen, Fort Wayne, Winton Bennett 60, laborer, born CT, Rosanna 56, keeping house, born Hanover, Joseph 26, laborer, born IN, Rosanna 22, seamstress, born IN, Lizzie 18, at home, born IN, Frank 16, female, born IN.

1880 US census, Indiana, Allen, Fort Wayne, Winton Bennett 70, laborer, born CT, parents born CT, wife Rosina 66, keeping house, born Prussia, parents born Prussia, daughter Lizzie 29, born IN, daughter Frank 26, born IN.

Children: Diana, Adam, Charles, Rosanna, Sarah, Elizabeth, Francis, Winton 
Bennett, Winton (I24816)
 

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