There two stories about Jason Winship at the battle of Concord.They take place in a little village of Menotomy just outside of Concord.Jason and a friend were having a few tall ones when the warning comes about the British coming.Of course everybody scatters.Some the innkeeper out the window.Others took shelter in the basement/larder under the inn.
Here is where the two stories diverge.In the first:Jason looks at his buddy and says:"I think we have time for another." Or "I think we have time to finish this one."As they finish their drinks the British burst in and murder them in cold blood.
In the other story Jason commits a courageous act by taking the lead.He tells everybody to scatter and/or hide as best they can and he and his partner will try to send the British off on a wild goose chase.He is also brutally murdered in this scenario.
In either case there is a grain of truth.I received this story from the late Emory Winship.He was a cousin I discovered, or should I say discovered me, here in Jacksonville.I wish I could verify the name of the inn or any other associated info.
In an addendum to the story the innkeeper also was assaulted.He had apparently hid in a pile of leaves outside the inn.Some British soldiers thought to flush him out by bayonetting the pile several times.Though injured, he survived and that is probably where the story came from.
Like I said, I just wish I could get some confirmation.Let me know if I can help you out anymore.