Winters Genealogy

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Mary Elizabeth BATES

F, #302, b. 13 September 1891, d. 30 May 1981

Parents

FatherThomas BATES b. about 1851, d. before 1911
MotherAnna Maria YOUNG b. about 1857

Biography

Mary Elizabeth BATES was born on 13 September 1891 in Mountrath, Queen’s Co., IrelandG.1 She married James Armstrong MEREDITH, son of Thomas MEREDITH and Rebecca STRONG, on 26 August 1916 in Mountrath, Co. Laois, IrelandG. Mary Elizabeth BATES died on 30 May 1981, at age 89.2
Mary Elizabeth Bates was living at 2 Coote Terrace, Mountrath, Co. Laois, Ireland at the time of her marriage in 1916.

Children with James Armstrong MEREDITH b. 26 January 1889, d. 13 September 1948

DaughterEleanor Esme MEREDITH b. 13 April 1917, d. 8 January 2012
SonJames Ellwood MEREDITH b. 1919, d. 6 June 1958
DaughterLaura Mary MEREDITH b. 6 December 1920, d. 15 May 1989
SonJohn Bates Joseph MEREDITH b. 10 August 1925, d. 20 January 2002

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Citations

  1. [S1280] Birth certificate: Mary Bates, 13 Sep 1891, Mountmellick Registration District; copy in the possession of the author
  2. [S1300] St. Michael’s Old, Athy Gravestone Transcriptions, Co. Kildare, http://www.from-ireland.net/athy-cemeteries-committee-project/

Last Edited23 July 2014

Eleanor Esme MEREDITH

F, #303, b. 13 April 1917, d. 8 January 2012

Parents

FatherJames Armstrong MEREDITH b. 26 January 1889, d. 13 September 1948
MotherMary Elizabeth BATES b. 13 September 1891, d. 30 May 1981

Biography

Eleanor Esme MEREDITH was born on 13 April 1917. She married Ven. William Albany MACOURT on 24 April 1945 in St Stephen’s Church, DublinG.1 She died on 8 January 2012, at age 94.
Eleanor Esme Meredith was a Matron and a Teacher at a boy's preparatory school, Baymount, in Clontarf, Dublin, where she met here future husband. She was engaged to be married to William Albany Macourt in 1942, after an earlier engagement to Arthur Osborne Lovelock in 1940.

Meredith Lineage:James3, Thomas2, Samuel1, Thomas0
Wilkinson Lineage:James3, Thomas2, Elizabeth WILKINSON1, Edward0
Strong Lineage:James3, Rebecca STRONG2, William1, John0
Relationship:Great-granddaughter of Samuel MEREDITH
2nd great-granddaughter of Edward WILKINSON
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Citations

  1. [S966] Marriage Announcement: Macourt - Meredith. The Irish Times (1874-Current File); May 8, 1945; -ProQuest Historical Newspapers The Irish Times (1859-2008) pg. 6

Last Edited7 February 2017

James Ellwood MEREDITH

M, #304, b. 1919, d. 6 June 1958

Parents

FatherJames Armstrong MEREDITH b. 26 January 1889, d. 13 September 1948
MotherMary Elizabeth BATES b. 13 September 1891, d. 30 May 1981

Biography

James Ellwood MEREDITH was born in 1919. He died on 6 June 1958, at age ~39, in DublinG.1 He was buried on 8 June 1958 in St Michael’s Cemetery, AthyG.1

Meredith Lineage:James3, Thomas2, Samuel1, Thomas0
Wilkinson Lineage:James3, Thomas2, Elizabeth WILKINSON1, Edward0
Strong Lineage:James3, Rebecca STRONG2, William1, John0
Relationship:Great-grandson of Samuel MEREDITH
2nd great-grandson of Edward WILKINSON
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Citations

  1. [S157] Death announcement: Meredith, James Ellwood. The Irish Times, Saturday, June 7, 1958,  p. 16, “MEREDITH - June 6, 1958, at a Dublin nursing home, James Ellwood, husband of Joan and loving elder son of Mrs Meredith and the late James A. Meredith, Ballymount, Colbinstown, Co. Kildare. Remains arriving at St Michael’s Church, Athy, to-day (Saturday) at 7 p.m. Funeral to-morrow (Sunday) after Service at 2 p.m., to St Michael’s Cemetery.”

Last Edited29 July 2009

Laura Mary MEREDITH

F, #305, b. 6 December 1920, d. 15 May 1989

Parents

FatherJames Armstrong MEREDITH b. 26 January 1889, d. 13 September 1948
MotherMary Elizabeth BATES b. 13 September 1891, d. 30 May 1981

Biography

Laura Mary MEREDITH was born on 6 December 1920.1 She married Charles Thomas CHAMBERS in August 1944 in St. Michael’s Church, AgholdG.2,1 She died on 15 May 1989, at age 68.1

Meredith Lineage:James3, Thomas2, Samuel1, Thomas0
Wilkinson Lineage:James3, Thomas2, Elizabeth WILKINSON1, Edward0
Strong Lineage:James3, Rebecca STRONG2, William1, John0
Relationship:Great-granddaughter of Samuel MEREDITH
2nd great-granddaughter of Edward WILKINSON
Appears on:Meredith Indented Chart
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Citations

  1. [S1659] Private communication from Malcolm Macourt
  2. [S162] Engagements: Chambers - Meredith, Times Pictorial (1941-1955); Jun 24, 1944; ProQuest Historical Newspapers The Irish Times (1859-2008) pg. 10

Last Edited17 January 2017

John Bates Joseph MEREDITH

M, #306, b. 10 August 1925, d. 20 January 2002

Parents

FatherJames Armstrong MEREDITH b. 26 January 1889, d. 13 September 1948
MotherMary Elizabeth BATES b. 13 September 1891, d. 30 May 1981

Biography

John Bates Joseph MEREDITH was born on 10 August 1925.1 He married Ethel Isobel DAVIDSON on 7 July 1954 in Adelaide Presbyterian Church, DublinG.1 He died on 20 January 2002, at age 76.1

Meredith Lineage:James3, Thomas2, Samuel1, Thomas0
Wilkinson Lineage:James3, Thomas2, Elizabeth WILKINSON1, Edward0
Strong Lineage:James3, Rebecca STRONG2, William1, John0
Relationship:Great-grandson of Samuel MEREDITH
2nd great-grandson of Edward WILKINSON
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Citations

  1. [S1659] Private communication from Malcolm Macourt

Last Edited17 January 2017

Ven. William Albany MACOURT

M, #307, b. 8 October 1919, d. 11 July 2014

Biography

Ven. William Albany MACOURT was born on 8 October 1919. He married Eleanor Esme MEREDITH, daughter of James Armstrong MEREDITH and Mary Elizabeth BATES, on 24 April 1945 in St Stephen’s Church, DublinG.1 Ven. William Albany MACOURT died on 11 July 2014, at age 94.
William Albany Macourt was the son of William Thomas Macourt, Rector of Derg Parish, and Edith Mary Hucker.

He was installed as Archdeacon of Down in 1980, which was reported as follows:
“NEXT SUNDAY afternoon in Downpatrick Cathedral, the Dean of Down, the Very Rev. R. W. Kilpatrick, will install the Ven. William Macourt as Archdeacon of Down, in place of the Right Rev, Dr. Gordon McMullen, who is now Bishop of Clogher. In 1975 the chapter of St. Patrick's, Dublin, elected Archdeacon Macourt a canon of the National Cathedral of the Church of Ireland, in which he holds the "Golden Prebend," the Prebend of Swords.”
A summary of his career before 1980 was given on the occasion of his retirement in 1849:
“TODAY the Archdeacon of Down, Ven W. A. Macourt retires from the stipendiary ministry after 47 years in holy orders. After graduating from Trinity College, Dublin, in 1940 Archdeacon Macourtwas ordained in 1942 by Bishop McNeice for the curacy of Ballymena and served a second curacy on the staff of St Anne's Cathedral, Belfast. In 1948 he was appointed rector of Duneane and Ballyscullion and was subsequently rector of Ballysillan before becoming vicar of St Patrick's, Ballymacarrett in 1964.”.2,3

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Citations

  1. [S966] Marriage Announcement: Macourt - Meredith. The Irish Times (1874-Current File); May 8, 1945; -ProQuest Historical Newspapers The Irish Times (1859-2008) pg. 6
  2. [S158] Down archdeacon to be installed - Ven. William Macourt, The Irish Times (1874-Current File); Nov 18, 1980; ProQuest Historical Newspapers The Irish Times (1859-2008) pg. 7.-
  3. [S159] Minister retires after 47 years service: Ven. W.A. Macourt. The Irish Times (1874-Current File); Jan 31, 1989; ProQuest Historical Newspapers The Irish Times (1859-2008) pg. 10

Last Edited7 February 2017

Charles Thomas CHAMBERS1

M, #311, b. 15 February 1911, d. 13 September 1981

Biography

Charles Thomas CHAMBERS was born on 15 February 1911.2 He married Laura Mary MEREDITH, daughter of James Armstrong MEREDITH and Mary Elizabeth BATES, in August 1944 in St. Michael’s Church, AgholdG.1,2 Charles Thomas CHAMBERS died on 13 September 1981, at age 70.2
Charles Thomas Chambers was a farmer living at Pill Farm, Moone, Co. Kildare.1

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Citations

  1. [S162] Engagements: Chambers - Meredith, Times Pictorial (1941-1955); Jun 24, 1944; ProQuest Historical Newspapers The Irish Times (1859-2008) pg. 10
  2. [S1659] Private communication from Malcolm Macourt

Last Edited17 January 2017

Andrew WINTERS1,2,3,4

M, #318, b. 8 April 1829, d. 27 November 1917

Parents

FatherThomas WINTERS b. before 1800, d. between 1851 and 1858
MotherJane CHAPMAN b. about 1794, d. 2 February 1884

Biography

Andrew Winters
(1829-1917)
Andrew WINTERS was born on 8 April 1829 in Co. Limerick, IrelandG.5 He married Mary JENKINS, daughter of Robert JENKINS, on 24 January 1856 in Church of St Peter & St Paul (Church of Ireland), Kilmallock, Co. LimerickG.6 Andrew WINTERS married Rachael MAHONEY, daughter of Thomas MAHONEY and Margaret NAYLOR, on 18 February 1879 in Kilflyn Church of Ireland, Kilflyn, Co. Limerick, IrelandG.7 Andrew WINTERS died on 27 November 1917, at age 88, in Upper SunvilleG.8 He was buried in Kilfinane Church of Ireland cemetery, Co. LimerickG.
Andrew Winters was a Farmer. He was resident between 1856 and 1858 in Ballyheen, Upper Sunville, Limerick, Ireland. The Valuation Lists show that he took over a farm of just over 28 acres at Upper Sunville, Co. Limerick in 1860, leased from Lord Ashtown. The lessor of the farm changed in 1894 to the Hon. Wm. Cosby Tench. He bought the farm in 1906 under the provisions of the Irish Land Purchase Act. The ownership of the farm at Upper Sunville passed to his son Joseph on his death in 1917.

He was recorded on the 1901 census in Upper Sunville, Co. Limerick, Ireland, and was described as Andrew Winters, head of family, Church Ireland, able to read & write, aged 71, a farmer, married, born in Co Limerick. He was enumerated with his wife Rachel (aged 42), son Joseph (aged 20), daughter Margaret (aged 19), son Edward (aged13), son Francis (aged 11), Rose Winters (a boarder, aged 16), Thomas Winters (a visitor, aged 38, a boarding house keeper), and sister Elizabeth Dowling (aged 78). The house was no. 23 and described as 2nd class, with walls of stone,brick or concrete, roof of thatch, wood or other perishable material, with 5 or 6 rooms, 5 windows in front, and 5 rooms occupied by 9 people. It had 2 outbuildings. Andrew Winters was the landholder.

He was recorded on the census of 1911 in Upper Sunville, Co. Limerick, Ireland, and was described as Andrew Winters, head of family, Church of Ireland, able to read & write, aged 82, a farmer, married, born in Co Limerick. He was enumerated with his wife Rachel (aged 52), son Joseph (aged 30), and daughter Margaret (aged 29). The house was no. 21 and described as 2nd class, with walls of stone, brick or concrete, roof of thatch, wood or other perishable material, with 2, 3 or 4 rooms, 5 windows in front, and 3 rooms occupied by 4 people. It had 3 outbuildings. Andrew Winters was the landholder.

Andrew left a will dated 17 September 1917 in which he left £80 each to his daughters Margaret and Georgina Jane; £50 each to his sons Frederick George, Edward Thomas and Francis William; £40 to the children of his then-deceased son Thomas Henry; £50 to be paid by his son Joseph to his son John and £50 to the 2 children of his then deceased son Robert Edward residing in Perth, in the event that his son Joseph should marry; £40 to his wife Rachel. He left £40 to have a plain headstone erected "one on the old churchyard and one on the new churchyard", with any money remaining to be added to his wife Rachel's portion. Revd. W R Keillor, Rector of Kilfinane Parish, was appointed Executor. The witnesses were William Young and William Reid Keillor Clk M.A. The Will makes no mention of sons William Andrew and Andrew Philip and daughter Susan.9,10,11,12

Children with Mary JENKINS b. about 1831, d. 21 March 1877

SonThomas Henry WINTERS b. 22 December 1856, d. before December 1862
SonJohn WINTERS+ b. 3 December 1858, d. 27 November 1947
DaughterSusan WINTERS b. 3 September 1860
SonThomas Henry WINTERS+ b. 2 December 1862, d. 6 August 1903
SonRobert Edward WINTERS+ b. 27 February 1865, d. 5 May 1913
SonWilliam Andrew WINTERS b. 10 August 1870, d. 10 October 1934
SonAndrew Philip WINTERS+ b. 16 March 1872, d. 3 November 1946

Children with Rachael MAHONEY b. 31 May 1858, d. 8 March 1946

SonJoseph WINTERS b. 29 September 1880, d. 14 January 1968
DaughterMargaret WINTERS b. 9 February 1882, d. 30 August 1969
SonFrederick George WINTERS+ b. 25 July 1883, d. 3 August 1970
DaughterGeorgina Jane WINTERS+ b. 24 January 1885, d. 15 December 1961
SonEdward WINTERS b. 30 January 1886, d. 13 July 1887
SonEdward Thomas WINTERS+ b. 10 March 1888, d. 21 February 1966
SonFrancis William WINTERS b. 27 May 1889, d. 15 June 1966

Winters Lineage:Thomas2, John WINTER1, John0
Relationship:Great-grandson of John WINTER
Appears on:Winters Indented Chart
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Citations

  1. [S164] Family Bible of the Winters family
  2. [S1420] Death certificate for Andrew Winters. Grave also sighted
  3. [S1443] Copy of marriage certificate for Andrew Winters and Rachel Mahony
  4. [S1445] Copy of marriage certiifcate for Andrew Winters and Mary Jenkins 24 Jul 1856
  5. [S164] Family Bible of the Winters family, but no reference has been found in the Kilflyn, Kilfinane or Particles parish records
  6. [S184] Photocopy of the Marriage Certificate of Andrew Winters and Mary Jenkins, married 24 Jan 1856 in the Registration District of Kilmallock (General Register Office, Ireland, copy held by author).
  7. [S960] Photocopy of the Marriage Certificate of Andrew Winters and Rachel Mahoney, married 18 Feb 1879 in the Registration District of Kilmallock (General Register Office, Ireland, copy held by author).
  8. [S165] Photocopy of Death Certificate of Andrew Winters, died 27 Nov 1917, registered 30 Nov 1917 in the Registration District of Kilmallock (General Register Office, Ireland, copy held by author)
  9. [S166] Cancelled Land Books for Upper Sunville Townland, Co Limerick, National Archives of Ireland, Dublin
  10. [S7] Census of Ireland, 1901, Co Limerick, Particles D.E.D., Sunville Upper Townland (Family History Library, microfilm no. 0842850), Index 39/9
  11. [S167] Census of Ireland, 1911, Co Limerick, Particles D.E.D., Sunville Upper Townland (National Archives of Ireland, Dublin, microfilm no. ?; FHL microfilm no. 2170775), Item 2 Index 39/9
  12. [S168] Letter from W R F Manning Rector 26 Aug 1946, Address: Upper Sunville, Co. Limerick; copy in the possession of the author, personal communication Graeme Winters

Last Edited27 April 2020

Rachael MAHONEY1

F, #319, b. 31 May 1858, d. 8 March 1946

Parents

FatherThomas MAHONEY b. about 1816, d. 23 February 1884
MotherMargaret NAYLOR b. 1822, d. 10 September 1881

Biography

Rachael MAHONEY was born on 31 May 1858 in probably Allenwood, Co. Kildare, IrelandG.2,3 She married Andrew WINTERS, son of Thomas WINTERS and Jane CHAPMAN, on 18 February 1879 in Kilflyn Church of Ireland, Kilflyn, Co. Limerick, IrelandG.4 Rachael MAHONEY died on 8 March 1946, at age 87, in Upper SunvilleG.5 She was buried on 10 March 1946 in Kilfinane, Co. Limerick, IrelandG.6
Rachael Mahoney place of residence in Feb 1879 was Castle Oliver, Co. Limerick, Ireland.

She was recorded on the census of 4 April 1901 in the household of Andrew Winters in Upper Sunville, Co. Limerick, Ireland, and was described as Rachel Winters, wife, Church Ireland, able to read & write, aged 42, housekeeper, married, born in Co Kildare.

She was recorded on the census of 1911 in the household of Andrew Winters in Upper Sunville, Co. Limerick, Ireland, and was described as Rachel Winters, wife, Church of Ireland, able to read & write, aged 52, a farmer, born in Co Limerick, married for 32 years with 7 children born alive and 6 still living.7,8,9

Children with Andrew WINTERS b. 8 April 1829, d. 27 November 1917

SonJoseph WINTERS b. 29 September 1880, d. 14 January 1968
DaughterMargaret WINTERS b. 9 February 1882, d. 30 August 1969
SonFrederick George WINTERS+ b. 25 July 1883, d. 3 August 1970
DaughterGeorgina Jane WINTERS+ b. 24 January 1885, d. 15 December 1961
SonEdward WINTERS b. 30 January 1886, d. 13 July 1887
SonEdward Thomas WINTERS+ b. 10 March 1888, d. 21 February 1966
SonFrancis William WINTERS b. 27 May 1889, d. 15 June 1966

Appears on:Winters Indented Chart
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Citations

  1. [S1428] Death certificate for Rachel Winters nee Mahoney 419
  2. [S164] Family Bible of the Winters family, gives age at death on 8 March 1846 as 87?, so born 1858
  3. [S169] Private communication from Eric Schumacher, date of 31 May from Birthday Book of Margaret (Madge) Shummacher (sister of Elizabeth who married Frederick George Winters)
  4. [S960] Photocopy of the Marriage Certificate of Andrew Winters and Rachel Mahoney, married 18 Feb 1879 in the Registration District of Kilmallock (General Register Office, Ireland, copy held by author).
  5. [S170] Photocopy of Death Certificate of Rachael Winters, died 8 Mar 1946, registered 12 Mar 1946 in the Registration District of Kilmallock (General Register Office, Ireland, copy held by author)
  6. [S171] Transcript of the Register of Burials of Kilfinane Parish, 1843-1976 (copy received from Pete Naylor, April 2006).
  7. [S172] Marriage Certificate of Andrew Winters and Rachel Mahony 1879, copy in the possession of the author
  8. [S7] Census of Ireland, 1901, Co Limerick, Particles D.E.D., Sunville Upper Townland (Family History Library, microfilm no. 0842850)
  9. [S167] Census of Ireland, 1911, Co Limerick, Particles D.E.D., Sunville Upper Townland (National Archives of Ireland, Dublin, microfilm no. ?; FHL microfilm no. 2170775)

Last Edited21 March 2021

Joseph WINTERS

M, #320, b. 29 September 1880, d. 14 January 1968

Parents

FatherAndrew WINTERS b. 8 April 1829, d. 27 November 1917
MotherRachael MAHONEY b. 31 May 1858, d. 8 March 1946

Biography

Joseph Winters in 1964
(1880-1968)
Joseph WINTERS was born on 29 September 1880 in Upper Sunville, Co. Limerick, IrelandG.1 He died on 14 January 1968, at age 87, in Upper Sunville, Co. Limerick, IrelandG. He was buried on 15 January 1968 in Kilfinane, Co. Limerick, IrelandG.2
Joseph Winters was recorded on the census of 4 April 1901 in the household of Andrew Winters in Upper Sunville, Co. Limerick, Ireland, and was described as Joseph Winters, son, Church Ireland, able to read & write, aged 20, a farm worker, not married, born in Co Limerick.

He was recorded on the census of 1911 in the household of Andrew Winters in Upper Sunville, Co. Limerick, Ireland, and was described as Joseph Winters, son, Church of Ireland, able to read & write, aged 30, a farmer's son, single, born in Co Limerick.

He was the informant of the death of his father Andrew Winters on 27 November 1917 in Upper Sunville, and of his mother Rachael Mahoney on 8 March 1946 in Upper Sunville.

Joseph Winters was unmarried.

Winters Lineage:Andrew3, Thomas2, John WINTER1, John0
Relationship:2nd great-grandson of John WINTER
Appears on:Winters Indented Chart
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Citations

  1. [S173] Birth Certificate of Joseph Winters 29 Sep 1880, Registration District: Kilmallock, Registration Date, 18 Oct 1880; copy in the possession of the author
  2. [S171] Transcript of the Register of Burials of Kilfinane Parish, 1843-1976 (copy received from Pete Naylor, April 2006).

Last Edited2 January 2010

Margaret WINTERS

F, #321, b. 9 February 1882, d. 30 August 1969

Parents

FatherAndrew WINTERS b. 8 April 1829, d. 27 November 1917
MotherRachael MAHONEY b. 31 May 1858, d. 8 March 1946

Biography

Margaret WINTERS was born on 9 February 1882 in Upper Sunville, Co. Limerick, IrelandG.1 She died on 30 August 1969, at age 87, in Upper Sunville, Co. Limerick, IrelandG. She was buried on 31 August 1969 in Kilfinane, Co. Limerick, IrelandG.2
Margaret Winters was recorded on the census of 4 April 1901 in the household of Andrew Winters in Upper Sunville, Co. Limerick, Ireland, and was described as Margaret Winters, daughter, Church Ireland, able to read & write, aged 19, a farm worker, not married, born in Co Limerick.

She was recorded on the census of 1911 in the household of Andrew Winters in Upper Sunville, Co. Limerick, Ireland, and was described as Margaret Winters, daughter, Church of Ireland, able to read & write, aged 29, single, born in Co Limerick.

Winters Lineage:Andrew3, Thomas2, John WINTER1, John0
Relationship:2nd great-granddaughter of John WINTER
Appears on:Winters Indented Chart
Interactive Pedigree

Citations

  1. [S174] Birth Certificate of Margaret Winters 9 Feb 1882, Registration District: Kilmallock, Registration Date, 3 Mar 1882; copy in the possession of the author
  2. [S171] Transcript of the Register of Burials of Kilfinane Parish, 1843-1976 (copy received from Pete Naylor, April 2006).

Last Edited2 January 2010

Frederick George WINTERS

M, #322, b. 25 July 1883, d. 3 August 1970

Parents

FatherAndrew WINTERS b. 8 April 1829, d. 27 November 1917
MotherRachael MAHONEY b. 31 May 1858, d. 8 March 1946

Biography

Frederick George Winters
(1883-1970)
Frederick George WINTERS was born on 25 July 1883 in Upper Sunville, Co. Limerick, IrelandG. He married Elizabeth Jane SHUMMACHER, daughter of William SHUMMACHER and Dorothea CARSON, on 23 June 1910 in St. George's, Drumcondra, Dublin, IrelandG.1 Frederick George WINTERS died on 3 August 1970, at age 87, in Rosebank Nursing Home, Toronto, CanadaG.
Frederick George Winters was a Grocer's Assistant living at 12 Hartstonge St., Limerick, Ireland at the time of his marriage in 1910.

He was recorded in the 1911 census at Hartstonge Street Lower, Limerick City, and described as Frederick George Winters, head of family, Church of Ireland, can read & write, aged 27, a Grocer’s Assistant, married, born in Co. Limerick. He was enumerated with Elizabeth Winters (wife), William Shummacher (father in law), Dorothea Shummacher (mother in law), and Margaret Shummacher (sister in law).

Frederick George and Elizabeth Jane emigrated to Canada on 13 April 1912 with their son William Andrew aged 7 months. They sailed from Liverpool aboard the White Star Dominion Laurentic bound for Portland USA and disembarked at Halifax, Nova Scotia.

Frederick George was enumerated in the 1916 census of Saskatchewan at 5 Dufferin Avenue, Saskatoon and described as a salesman in a grocery store, aged 33. Enumerated in the same household were his wife Elizabeth (aged 40), son William A. (aged 5) and daughters Dorothy R. (aged 3) and Phyllis M. (aged 1).

After several years spent in Regina, Saskatchewan, the family moved to Toronto, where they became Jehovah’s Witnesses. Frederick George was resident circa 1970 in Rosebank Nursing Home, 534 Rodd Avenue, West Hill, Ontario, Canada, (in 2006 the name and address was Rosebank Villa Retirement Residence, 534 Rodd Avenue, Pickering, Ontario).
Record of Frederick George Winters as a passenger who left Liverpool arriving Halifax Nova Scotia Canada 20 April 1912 at age 29
Accompanied by his wife Elizabeth age 35 and son William.1,2,3,4,5

Children with Elizabeth Jane SHUMMACHER b. 28 September 1875, d. 20 August 1928

SonWilliam Andrew WINTERS b. 14 August 1911, d. 24 July 1983
DaughterDorothy Rachel WINTERS b. 23 August 1913
DaughterPhyllis Margaret WINTERS b. 18 May 1915

Winters Lineage:Andrew3, Thomas2, John WINTER1, John0
Relationship:2nd great-grandson of John WINTER
Appears on:Winters Indented Chart
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Citations

  1. [S175] Marriage Certificate of Frederick George Winters and Elizabeth Jane Schumacher 23 Jun 1910, Registration District: Dublin North, Gro Index Ref: Q2 Vol 2 p 440; copy in the possession of the author
  2. [S176] National Archives of Ireland, 1911 Census of Ireland online http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1911/Limerick/Limerick_No__4_Urban/Hartstonge_Street_Lower/630943/ accessed Jan 2010
  3. [S169] Private communication from Eric Schumacher
  4. [S831] 1916 Canada census, Ancestry.com and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. 1916 Canada Census of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA
  5. [S177] Letter from Frank Henderson, Upper Sunville, Co. Limerick, to Graeme Winters, dated 18 feb 1970 (copy in possession of author)

Last Edited5 April 2021

Georgina Jane WINTERS

F, #323, b. 24 January 1885, d. 15 December 1961

Parents

FatherAndrew WINTERS b. 8 April 1829, d. 27 November 1917
MotherRachael MAHONEY b. 31 May 1858, d. 8 March 1946

Biography

Georgina Jane WINTERS was born on 24 January 1885 in Upper Sunville, Co. Limerick, IrelandG.1 She married George Francis HENDERSON, son of William HENDERSON and Julia Anne SCOTT, on 11 February 1918 in Kilflyn Church Of Ireland, Co. Limerick, IrelandG.2 Georgina Jane WINTERS died on 15 December 1961, at age 76, in Upper Sunville, Co. Limerick, IrelandG. She was buried on 16 December 1961 in Kilfinane, Co. Limerick, IrelandG.3
Georgina Jane Winters was enumerated in the 1911 Ireland census in the household of Arthur William Mordaunt Richards of Parknacross, Ardamine, Co. Wexford. She was described as a Domestic Servant, single, aged 26.4

Children with George Francis HENDERSON b. 23 December 1881, d. 18 July 1951

SonFrancis Sidney HENDERSON+ b. 11 April 1921, d. November 1998
SonEric Joseph HENDERSON b. 9 August 1924, d. 7 March 1949

Winters Lineage:Andrew3, Thomas2, John WINTER1, John0
Relationship:2nd great-granddaughter of John WINTER
Appears on:Winters Indented Chart
Interactive Pedigree

Citations

  1. [S178] Birth Certificate of Georgina Jane Winters 24 Jan 1885, Registration District: Kilmallock, Registration Date, 16 Feb 1885; copy in the possession of the author
  2. [S1335] Irish Civil Records of Births, Marriages and Deaths, database: https://civilrecords.irishgenealogy.ie/
  3. [S171] Transcript of the Register of Burials of Kilfinane Parish, 1843-1976 (copy received from Pete Naylor, April 2006).
  4. [S179] National Archives of Ireland, 1911 Census of Ireland online http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1911/Wexford/Ardamine/Parknacross/684406/ accessed Aug 2009

Last Edited27 April 2020

Edward WINTERS

M, #324, b. 30 January 1886, d. 13 July 1887

Parents

FatherAndrew WINTERS b. 8 April 1829, d. 27 November 1917
MotherRachael MAHONEY b. 31 May 1858, d. 8 March 1946

Biography

Edward WINTERS was born on 30 January 1886 in Upper Sunville, Co. Limerick, IrelandG.1 He died on 13 July 1887, at age 1, in Upper Sunville, Co. Limerick, IrelandG.2 He was buried on 11 July 1887 in Kilfinane, Co. Limerick, IrelandG.3

Winters Lineage:Andrew3, Thomas2, John WINTER1, John0
Relationship:2nd great-grandson of John WINTER
Appears on:Winters Indented Chart
Interactive Pedigree

Citations

  1. [S180] Birth Certificate of Edward Winters 30 Jan 1886, Registration District: Kilmallock, Registration Date, 24 Feb 1886; copy in the possession of the author
  2. [S181] Death Certificate of Edward Winters 13 Jul 1887, Registration District: Kilmallock, Registration Date, 13 Jul 1887; copy in the possession of the author, date of death 2 days after burial! According to the Winters family bible, Edward died 9 Jul 1887, which is consistent with burial date of 11 July
  3. [S171] Transcript of the Register of Burials of Kilfinane Parish, 1843-1976 (copy received from Pete Naylor, April 2006).

Last Edited4 May 2015

Francis William WINTERS

M, #325, b. 27 May 1889, d. 15 June 1966

Parents

FatherAndrew WINTERS b. 8 April 1829, d. 27 November 1917
MotherRachael MAHONEY b. 31 May 1858, d. 8 March 1946

Biography

Francis William Winters in 1912
(1889-1966)
Francis William WINTERS was born on 27 May 1889 in Upper Sunville, Co. Limerick, IrelandG. He married Sarah PURSER on 2 November 1921 in St. James's Church, Sussex Gardens, Paddington, London, EnglandG.1 He died on 15 June 1966, at age 77, in 25 Marshfield Road, Alcombe, Minehead, Somerset, EnglandG.1
Francis William Winters was a Gardener. He appeared on the census of 4 April 1901 in the household of Andrew Winters in Upper Sunville, Co. Limerick, Ireland, in which he was described as Francis Winters, son, Church Ireland, able to read & write, aged 11, a scholar, not married, born in Co Limerick. He began military service in 1914 with the Royal Field Artillery. He was awarded the Military Medal during the 1914-18 war.

He met his future wife Sarah while working on the estate of the Marquis of Waterford at Curraghmore, where her family were also employed. During WWII he served in the Civil Defence and was in charge of the grounds of Lord Southwood of Fernhurst at Marley Heights. He was resident after 1954 in Alcombe, Minehead, Somerset.

Frank and Sarah had no children.2,1

Winters Lineage:Andrew3, Thomas2, John WINTER1, John0
Relationship:2nd great-grandson of John WINTER
Appears on:Winters Indented Chart
Interactive Pedigree

Citations

  1. [S182] Private communication from Graeme Winters, obituary in local newspaper from Minehead
  2. [S182] Private communication from Graeme Winters

Last Edited4 May 2015