William Carvin Winters

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William Carvin Winters

Death: Died in Tennessee, United States
Place of Burial: Wimberly, Texas, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of James Washington Winters, Sr. and Rhoda Creel Winters (Beal)
Husband of Lavinia Winters
Father of James H Winters
Brother of Orrin Lemon Winters; Mary Winters; Caroline Fannin; John Frelan Winters; Nancy Jones and 7 others

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About William Carvin Winters

Came to Texas in 1832. He was issued Land Grant in 1835 by the Government of Mexico in the Jose Vehlein Colony. Sergent Winters, wounded in the Battle of San Jacinto, was the first to move westward in 1844. He ws in Seguin. Seeking health in higher altitude, he, and family, established the Winters Mills Settlement, known as Wimberly. His home still stands.

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June 25, 1809
Age 20
Age 53
Tennessee, United States
Wimberly, Texas, United States