Tag Archives: Winters

Sarah Robbins

Sarah Robbins
b. 3 October 1811 at Adams Co., OH, daughter of John and Lydia (Hannah) Robbins
d. 11 February 1869 at Cass Co., IN
bur. Spring Creek Cemetery, Cass Co., IN

Sarah Robbins gravestone

Sarah Robbins gravestone

John Davidson
b. 6 August 1829
d. 12 April 1845

Samuel M. McCoy as his second wife
b. abt. 1826 in OH
d. 16 March 1901 at Hoover, Cass Co., IN
bur. Spring Creek Cemetery, Cass Co., IN, in unmarked grave next to Sarah

Children with John Davidson:

  • Clarissa Davidson (?–26 November 1886)
  • Elizabeth A. Davidson
  • Allen Bruce Davidson (29 September 1839–3 October 1910) m. Mary Eliza Hensley
  • Lydia Helen Davidson (1842–2 February 1895) m. John Bunyan Winters

Children with Samuel McCoy:

Submitted by:
Kathy Jones Stickney
33 Black Hickory Way
Ormond Beach, FL 32174

John Winters

John Winters
b. 28 October 1849, Jefferson County, Indiana, to James M. and Mary G. (Lichlyter) Winters
d. 17 March 1911, Jackson County, Kansas

m. 26 October 1871, Jefferson County, Indiana
Anna Itce
b. 9 October 1853, Girlitz, Germany
d. 29 June 1919, Jackson County, Kansas

Children with Anna Itce:

  • Albert Emmet (1872-1941) married Myrtle May Brassbridge
  • August Delmar (1874-1943) married Katherine Bonwell
  • Frederika (b. 1877) married Orville Bowser
  • Pleasant Griffeth (1882-1943) married Nellie Ruth Campbell
  • Florence M. (1889-1890)
  • Eli E. (1891-1952) married Lola Mae Crozier

John resided at Smyrna, Jefferson County, and Shelby County, Indiana. They moved in 1884 to Holton, Jackson County, Kansas.

Submitted by:
Betty Seprodi
Terre Haute IN 47802

Albert Emmet Winters

Albert Emmet Winters
b. 2 October 1872, Hanover, Jefferson County, Indiana
d. 30 January 1941, Holton, Jackson County, Kansas

m. 22 November 1893, Jackson County, Kansas
Myrtle May Brassbridge
b. 7 October 1876, Jackson County, Kansas
d. 13 September 1955, Holton, Jackson County, Kansas

Children with Myrtle May Brassbridge:

  • Eva Lenore (1895-1895)
  • Ruth Anna (1896-1985) married Solon Raymond Gooderl

Albert emigrated from Shelby County, Indiana, to Holton, Jackson County, Kansas, with his parents about 1884. After farming for 30 years, he and his wife became caretakers and managers of the county poor farm. Later Albert became a deputy sheriff, taking prisoners out each day to work on a railroad or road project and yet never carrying a gun.

Submitted by:
Betty Seprodi
Terre Haute IN

George Hassig

George Hassig
b. 17 November 1808, Strasburg, France, to John and Barbara Hassig

m. 1840, Indiana
Margaret Keiffer

Children with Margaret Keiffer:

  • Napoleon (1840–1918) married Fiannah Schlott
  • Franklin (b. ca. 1846–22 July 1912) married Maria (Winters) Butler
  • Louisa (b. ca. 1842-d. young)
  • Eliza Ann (b. ca. 1844–abt. 1872) married John Keller
  • Emanuel (1848–1923)
  • Israel (b. ca. 1845) married Emma C. Miller
  • Margaret (b. ca. 1851 and may have d. in February 1908) married William Null

George came to the United States in 1832, and lived for about five years in Stark County, Ohio, before moving to Harris Township, St. Joseph County, Indiana, about 1837.

Submitted by:
Graylen K. Becker
Rochester MN