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A history of St. Mark's Parish, Culpeper County, Virginia : with notes of old churches and old families, and illustrations of the manners and customs of the olden time / by Rev. Philip Slaughter

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A history of St. Mark's Parish, Culpeper County, Virginia : with notes of old churches and old families, and illustrations of the manners and customs of the olden time / by Rev. Philip Slaughter

A history of St. Mark's Parish, Culpeper County, Virginia : with notes of old churches and old families, and illustrations of the manners and customs of the olden time / by Rev. Philip Slaughter

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A history of St. Mark's Parish, Culpeper County, Virginia : with notes of old churches and old families, and illustrations of the manners and customs of the olden time / by Rev. Philip Slaughter

A history of St. Mark's Parish, Culpeper County, Virginia : with notes of old churches and old families, and illustrations of the manners and customs of the olden time / by Rev. Philip Slaughter

Source : Illinois Harvest

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author is under obligations to Isaac Winston, Jr., for volunteering to transcribe his entire manuscript into a fair hand-a task


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Berry Hill ", Isaac and Walter Winston, of Auburn, with whom he took counsel and walked to the house of


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Church by Samuel Slaughter and Isaac Winston. In 1818, the same lay delegates, St.


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In 1831-32, Isaac Winston and P. Slaughter, Jr., represented St.-Stephen's Church. Mr. Woodville, though not present, reported


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Lucy Coles, a granddaughter of Isaac Winston the emigrant, and she married her cousin Isaac Winston, a grandson of the


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Isaac Winston, the emigrant, married Mary Dabney, and died in Hanover County in 1760, leaving


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children of Peter Fontaine and Elizabeth Winston were James, Edmund, Judith and Susanna, but their marriages are not given in


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2. Isaac, son of Isaac Winston the emigrant, m. Marianna dau. of Rev. Peter Fontaine, Hector of Westover Parish,


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Winston) m. first his cousin Alice Winston , issue, 1. George m. Dorothea Henry dau. of Patrick Henry, issue, James,


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Edmund m. Eliza Wyat. Judge Edmund Winston m. second the widow of Patrick Henry, no issue. His descendants are scattered


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C, Mo., and Miss. Dr. William Winston, now of Toccapola, Miss., is his great-grandson. 3. Mary Ann Winston m. Dr.


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is his great-grandson. 3. Mary Ann Winston m. Dr. John Walker , issue, Benjamin, John, Frances and Edmund.


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3. Anthony, son of Isaac Winston the emigrant, m. Alice dau. of Col. Edmond Taylor of Caroline, issue, 1.


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Peters). 3. Alice m. Judge Edmund Winston. 4. Mary.


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6. Sarah, dau. of Isaac Winston the emigrant, m. first John Syme , issue, John , m. second John


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Isaac Winston, and your great-grandmother, Sarah Winston, were brother and sister. I annex to the genealogy a copy of the


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Peter Winston, son of Isaac Winston and Marianne Fontaine, m. Elizabeth Povall. Issue, 1. Isaac


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Peter Winston, son of Isaac Winston and Marianne Fontaine, m. Elizabeth Povall. Issue, 1. Isaac m. Miss Burton, 2.


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of Alexander Jones and Mary Ann Winston were John Winston, Eliza and Gustavus.


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and Mary Ann Winston were John Winston, Eliza and Gustavus.


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Ann Crawley Winston, daughter of Peter Winston, son of Peter, issue John Winston, Peter E., William Gustavus, Loui'v.Winston and Augustus


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Winston, son of Peter, issue John Winston, Peter E., William Gustavus, Loui'v.Winston and Augustus Drewry , 3. Alexander Jones.


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2. James Jones m. Ann Crawley Winston, daughter of Peter Winston, son of Peter, issue John Winston, Peter E.,


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children of Benjamin Mosby and Ann Winston were 1. Peter Winston, 2. Elizabeth, 3. John O., 4.


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first Martha Y., daugh t)f William A. Winston of Culpeper (see Winston genealogy), and m. second Elizabeth E., daughter of


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Spilman, Thos. Spilman, Peter Hansbrough, Isaac Winston, Waller Winston, Samuel Slaughter, John Thom, Geo. Fitzhugh, Jno. Wharton, W. Williams, Fayette