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Thank you for this well researched article. As a tiny tidbit of
information, the younger John H. Winer, mentioned on the 1850 census, married Margaret
Johnston, daughter of Benjamin Johnston and Katherine Byrd Johnston, on
March 17, 1842.
In a message dated 6/17/12 11:11:34 PM Central Daylight Time,
> Dave has written a new cemetery article - The Winer Family Graveyard.
> also includes an update to the Medley cemetery listing. (now Winer)
> Find it under Dave's Cemetery Articles on the Jefferson Co. MO Historical
> Society website.
Dave has written a new cemetery article - The Winer Family Graveyard. This
also includes an update to the Medley cemetery listing. (now Winer)
Find it under Dave's Cemetery Articles on the Jefferson Co. MO Historical