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About the author:
Jane L. Frank began her career in web development and her love for genealogy within a year of each other in the mid-1990s. A 12th generation Winchester descended from George and Annis Man Winchester, from whom this book begins, she has spent years compiling and documenting the genealogy work started by her Great Aunt Winnie Winchester Crowe. She is a graduate of Oklahoma State University and worked in broadcasting and law before starting her career as a web developer. Her genealogical work can be found online at Jane lives in Topeka, Kansas with her four children.


Ten Winchester Generations

Authored by Jane Loretta Frank
Authored with Winnie Winchester Crowe

A twist of fate . . .
A marriage in Hemel Hempstead, England between George Winchester and Annis Man in 1594 . . .
The courageous choice of Willobye Winchester and his two sons, William and Willoughby, to cross the ocean for the New World to claim a royal land grant from King George III of England around 1760 . . .
The decision of young Jack Winchester to leave his South Carolina home in 1890, ultimately to homestead in Wyoming . . .
A twist of fate that stationed a young Wyoming serviceman, Jackson Winchester, in Greenville, South Carolina in 1958 that led to the discovery of his father's 14 until-then-unknown brothers and sisters. . .
And the passion of this young serviceman's sister, Winnie Winchester Crowe, to devote the remaining 20 years of her life to researching the family and writing this book.
These are the Winchesters.
This book chronicles ten generations of Winchesters, beginning with George and Annis Winchester . . . their lives and passions; the hardships they overcame; the losses they had to bear; the successes they achieved.
It is an amazing journey . . .

Publication Date:
1463715544 / 9781463715540
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
8" x 10"
Black and White
Related Categories:
History / General

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