This is an interesting theory about Winifred Lenoir. While I cannot verify it or disprove it, I think this is something we will never know for sure.The marriage records for Brunswick County during that time have not been located as far as I know. I descend from Elizabeth Lenoir James, the oldest daughter of Robert Crawley Lenoir. I believe she was born in 1759 and was his oldest child so that would mean she was not the child of Winifred if this theory is correct. She is listed first in the list of children mentioned in the will of her father and Fisher is listed as the next child. I have found in all of the older wills (related to my family) that the children are always listed in their birth order.She was the first child listed in the will. She and her (half?) sister Winifred were already married unlike their younger sister Ann. This would pose another question of why Elizabeth Lenoir James was not mentioned in her grandfather James Fisher's will as was Fisher Lenoir.She would have been his oldest grandchild by Robert Lenoir. It is unfortunate that the records from that time do not give us the full answer. I am always looking for more information and open to new ideas. There is no question that my Elizabeth is the daughter of Robert Crawley Lenoir whether her mother was Winifred or not.