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3 Benjamin5 Windsor (Jonathan4, Joseph3, Joseph2, Jarvis1), the son of Jonathan Windsor of Kanawha Co. West Virginia. He was born in 1782, in Greenbrier Co. West Virginia, and died in 1829, in Kanawha Co. West Virginia.
He married Mary Childress (or Childers), “Polly”, in 1808, in Kanawha Co. West Virginia, the sister of Elizabeth Childress who married Benjamin’s brother, Charles Windsor.She was born about 1788 in Virginia, and died after 1870, probably in Gallipolis, Gallia Co. West Virginia.
Grantor: U.S. Government; Grantee: Charles and Benjamin Windsor. Date 11 August 1828.
The estate of Benjamin Windsor was appraised on 29 January 1830, by Charles Windsor, Jno. Huddleston, Levi Morris and David Childers. Estate valued at $391.50, and consisted of farm animals, farming tools and household furnishings.
From the estate sale of Nancy Morris, dated 4 June 1832, Kanawha Co., Mary Windsor bought a cotton spinning wheel for $1.62. Mary Windsor was also taxed in 1840 Kanawha Co. for two horses. Note: A Samuel Windsor is also in the 1840 Kanawha Co. tax list about ten people before Mary, no Samuel Windsor in Kanawha Co. is known to exist, Samuel is probably a misreading of Tazwell Windsor.
Mary Childress married 2) Reverend John4 Browne Johnson (William3, James2, William1), on 19 February 1846, in Fayette Co. West Virginia, the son of William Edward Johnson and Amy (Nelson) of Kanawha Co. West Virginia.He was born 7 September 1777, at Peters Creek, Nicholas Co. (West) Virginia, and died 23 December 1861, at Swiss, Nicholas Co. West Virginia. He is buried in the Johnson Cemetery “on the knoll just below the Old Johnson farm” at Swiss.
Reverend John Browne Johnson married 1) Elizabeth Sims, on 2 June 1802, in Kanawha Co. West Virginia, the daughter of James Sims and Nancy (Cotton), and half-sister of William “Billy the Gunsmith” Sims who married Elizabeth Windsor, daughter of Jonathan and Mary Windsor. She was born in 1782, and died in 1845. She is buried in the family cemetery “on the knoll just below the Old Johnson farm”, at Swiss, West Virginia. Elizabeth was the first to be buried in this cemetery.
Reverend Johnson built his home on exact site of present Methodist church at Swiss. They lived on Laurel Creek, a tributary of the Gauley River which empties about one mile above Swiss. Here he & his brother William Johnson (who married Nancy Simms, sister of Elizabeth) owned a large farm still known as the “Old Johnson farm.” They built a mill near mouth of Laurel Creek. The family cemetery is just below their house on the knoll.
1840 census Kanawha Co. West Virginia, p. 17: (Note: David Childers is four people before her.)
Windsor, Mary: 1m 20-30, 1m 90-100; 2f 10-15, 2f 15-20, 1f 50-60 (number of persons engaged in agriculture, 7).
1850 census Fayette Co. West Virginia, p. 366B, no. 470-470.
John Johnson 72 Virginia farmer real estate $150
Mary 62 Virginia
Catherine Farlin 30 Virginia
Mary E. McFarlin 5 Virginia
1870 census Gallia Co. Ohio, Gallipolis, Ward 2, p. 320A, sheet 13, no. 90-83, boarding house:
BROWN, James, 49, blacksmith, real estate $3500, personal estate $800, Ohio
Emerettie, 41, Virginia
Alvin L., 23, Jour blacksmith, Virginia
William, 17, apprentice turner of wood, Ohio
James, 14, at school, Ohio
? JOHNSON, Mary, 82, at home, Virginia
Children of Benjamin5 and Mary (Childress) Windsor:
9 i. Tazwell6 Windsor,b. c1810, in Kanawha Co. West Virginia; d. July 1870, in Miami Co. Kansas. aged 61.
1) Minerva Armstrong, on 26 September 1835, in Kanawha Co. West Virginia.
2) Mrs. Catherine Lydia Hatcher, on 4 April 1850, at Brunswick, Chariton Co. Missouri.
10 ii. Elizabeth6 Windsor, b. 25 February 1813, in Kanawha Co. West Virginia; living 1880 census in Gallia Co. Ohio.
Married: Jonathan Sims, on 30 December 1832, in Kanawha Co. West Virginia.
11 iii. Henderson6 Windsor,b. 14 November 1818, in Kanawha Co. West Virginia;d. 17 May 1900, in Cooper Co. Missouri, aged 81.
Married: Icybinda Coleman, on 22 December 1847, in Fayette Co. West Virginia.
12 iv. Louis6 Hudson Windsor, b. 1819, in Kanawha Co. West Virginia; d. 20 August 1870, at sea, while going around the Cape of South America.
Married: Mary Jane Pryor, on 27 April 1842, in Kanawha Co. West Virginia.
13 v. Catharine6 Windsor, b. c1821, in Kanawha Co. West Virginia; living 1850 census Fayette Co. West Virginia and in Gallia Co. Ohio.
1) George McFarland (Farlin, McFarlin), in 1842, in Fayette Co. West Virginia.
2) Addison McGlothlin, on 30 December 1850, in Gallia Co. Ohio.
14 vi. Benjamin6 Windsor Jr., “ Benijah”, b. c1824, in Kanawha Co. West Virginia; living 1845 when he signed a deed of land.
15 vii. Caroline6 Windsor, b. October 1823, in Kanawha Co. West Virginia; living 1900 census at Independence twp., Cuyahoga Co. Ohio.
Married: William Currier, on 21 October 1847, in Kenton Co. Kentucky.
16 viii. Aletha6 Ann Windsor, “Letha”, b. 8 May 1826, in Kanawha Co. West Virginia; d. 8 April 1866, at Covington, Kenton Co. Kentucky.
Married: Charles A. Johnson, on 4 December 1845, in Kanawha Co. West Virginia.
17 ix. Emeretta6 Windsor, b. 13 September 1828, in Fayette Co. West Virginia; d. 24 February 1892, at Gallipolis, Gallia Co. Ohio.
1) James Brown, on 4 September 1845, in Kanawha Co. West Virginia.
2) Horace H. Jones, on 13 April 1878, in Gallia Co. Ohio.
1820 census Kanawha Co. West Virginia, p. 12a: Benjamin Windsor.
1830 census Kanawha Co. West Virginia, p. 220: Mary Windsor (widow Benjamin).
1850 census Fayette Co. West Virginia, District 14, p. 366B: (Rev.) John Johnson.
1850 census Kenton Co. Kentucky, Covington: William Carrys (Currier).