The will of Jesse Nettles below is proof that Winnie married a Brunson, see partial transcription below.
Will located in Sumter Co., SC , signed; May 24, 1822 and proven in Sumter Co., Feb. 21, 1825 witnesses: Wm. Holman, Jos. M. Nettles and John Collins
Will of Jesse Nettles
8thly ) all the remaining part of my personal Estate not before bequeathed my will is that it be aprased by three or five disintrused persons to be chosen by my Executors, and the amount thereof devided into thirteen equal parts my Negros after being appraised as above mentioned to be devided into nine lots and drawn for by Jefse Nettles, Hezekiah Nettles, John Nettles, Harvey Nettles, Joseph M. Nettles, Amos A Nettles, Martha Rogers Temperance Holladay and Elcey Pack, each one paying over what his or her lot of Negros may bay be more than one thirteenth part of the whole of my personal Estate as mentioned above so as to make thirteen equal parts betwixt Jefse Nettles Hezekiah Nettles, John Nettles, Harvey Nettles, Joseph M. Nettles Amos A Nettles, Martha Rogers Temperance Holladay and Elcey Pack, the Children of Winney Brunson decd. one thirteenth part to be devided among them to be paid by my executors as they ceverally come of age or marry, Also the children of Elizabeth Atkins decd . the one thirteenth part amongst them Share ad Share to be paid them as they come of age or Marry. Also my three grand Children Namely Ann McKellar, James D. W. McKellar, and Jefse I. McKellar one thirteenth part amongst them to be paid to them as they come of age or marry, Should one or more of my three named grand Children die before they come of age or marry then the surviving brother or sister as the case may be to have his or her part.