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EMAIL FOR WINESETT CIRCLE: Winesett_Circle@yahoo.com
Somehow the email was closed. I reinstated on April 24, 2012.


CAN YOU IDENTIFY THESE PEOPLE?


Karen Hall believes #17 is Harold Porter's wife and #24 their son, and #22 may be Hazel Grove Winesett, daughter of Piety & Lawrence. Confirmation anyone?


WHO IS THE OLDEST LIVING WINESETT(E)?

NOTICE OF PURPOSE

Hi! The purpose of this site is to provide a central repository of information about the members of the Wineset-Winesett-Winesette families and their near relatives, living and deceased. The Webmaster strives to list each and every member of our extended family, their spouses and children but needs help. Photographs about family members, living and deceased, are appreciated. As much information about the people in the photograph, when and where it was taken are appreciated. When possible, high definition in jpeg format is preferred. I can control the size of the picture appearing on the webpage.

While this is primarily a genealogical site, it contains information about living and deceased members of the Wineset-Winesett-Winesette family. the Webmaster continuously seeks additional information and corrections to the database. Because of the Webmaster's concerns about identity theft of living family members, not all information is available on this site where it is accessable to the general public.

The Webmaster will consider requests for additional information about a particular person on a case by case basis. Normally after the individual about whom the request concerns gives permission.

SHARE YOUR INFORMATION

Should you notice a missing or incorrect date of birth, marriage, or death; a child not listed or with the wrong parents, or other incorrect or missing information, send the Webmaster an E-Mail. An email link appears on each page. Please enter "Winesett Circle" in the subject line as the Webmaster does not open email without a subject line.

Every member of the family is important. The Webmaster want to know about each family member. No fact is insignificant. The Webmaster wants to know who, what, when and where about events involving family members. If there are pictures or written records, the Webmaster would appreciate copies. The Webmaster will return original pictures and documents after making a copy.

The Webmaster desires to honor the achievements of family members, however, he does not want to overlook any member of our extended family. Every Wineset-Winesett-Winesette has made some contribution. We are people of humble orgin. A sharecropper is just as important as a medical doctor or a judge. Wealth is not a consideration. Each family member has contributed in his or her own way.

You may have information which you consider trivial or insignificant. That is a false assumption. Every fact and every story is worthy of being recorded. We cannot know what will be most important in the end. One fact or story may provide the connection for a significant breakthrough in researching the family.

ORGIN OF WINESETT SURNAME

Our surname is variously spelled Wineset, Winesett, and Winesette. There are other variations such as Winset, Winsett, Wimsett, Wimsatt and Wynset. The very earliest recorded Winesett is christening of Barbarie Winesett, daughter of John Winesett, on 30-Jun-1611 in Willingten, Sussex, England (LDS) and here in America that of Johnson Winesett who appears on the 1820 Federal Census for Stokes County, North Carolina. Click here for more information about the orgin of the Winesett surname.

NAME INDEX FOR WINESET, WINESETT and WINESETTE

Click here for an index of given names ranging from:

Aaron to Eve

Fannie to Junior

Kalynne to Preston

Radie to Zora

There is no index for other surnames at this time.

WINESETTS OF NOTABLE ACHIEVEMENT

ACCOUNTANTS

ARCHITECTS

DOCTORS

JUDGES

LAWYERS

MILITARY VETERANS

MINISTERS

REGISTERED NURSES

TEACHERS

UNKNOWN WINSETTS - Can you identify these Winesetts?

Should you know of someone whose name does not appear on the appropriate achievement list or a category of achievement is not listed, please contact the webmaster. New categories shall be added from time to time.

FAMILY STORIES AND POEMS

The Webmaster and family members love family stories. We would like to know your story. Provide information to the Webmaster.

Bob's Rough Ride

Sonia Plays Little League

Sonia Wins Bowling Tournament

My Happy Tent Days

Mother's Day

The Goose Tail Tale

Pan of Apples

CARROLL COUNTY CENSUSES AND INDEXES

Federal Censuses for 1850, 1860, 1870 and 880, and some birth and death indexes for Carroll County, Virginia are located on a webpage at CARROLL COUNTY. Be forewarned that names may be misspelled. Within the surname index, you can click on the census, birth or death record for a particular person whom you are researching. You are further forewarded that in addition to being misspelled, a nickname may have been used such as "Peggy" for "Margaret" or "Polly" for "Mary" or the middle name may be given rather than the first name.

CLICK FOR PERSONAL LINEAGE OF THE WEBMASTER

CORRECTIONS and ADDITIONS

The Webmaster needs help. Please forward corrections; additional information; original photographs with names, location and dates if available; copies of birth certificates, newspaper articles, pictures, and certificates, and other material concesrning any family member. The originals will be returned after copying. Put "Winesett Circle" in the subject line. The Webmaster does not open e-mail without subject lines or whose sender is blocked or unknown.

THE WINSETT and WIMSETT FAMILIES

Click here for more information about these families which probably came from Great Brittain as early as the late 1600's. They were difinitely in Maryland in the early 1700's. Some were in the Onslow area of North Carolina by 1750, and soon after in Tennessee, Alabama and Missippi. A group went from Maryland to Kentucky in the 1780's. A group of North Carolina Winsetts and the related Jarman family went to Tennessee before 1800. A fairly large group was in Texas before the Civil War.

There are still some Winsetts and Winesetts in Great Brittain. The Webmaster attempted to make contact but was unsuccessful. It is unknown exactly when and why some of their ancestors emmigrated to America.

Those interested in membership in the Sons or Daughters of the American Revolution, click here.

FAMILY UPDATES

Robert's 2001 Christmas


DEATHS

None Reported This Year.

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