From Roots Research Bureau Ltd. of New York, NY
Winship (Anglo-Saxon derivation) a form of the words "wine" and "shop"
Other forms:Wineshoppe, Wineshope, Wineship, Windship, Winshippe, Winshep, Winshepp, Winshope, Winshoppe, Winshopp, Winshop, Windchep, Windchepp, Winchep, Winchip, Windshape, Winshape, Winshap, Winships, Winshup, Winsip, Winshipp, Winship and others.
Earliest American:Edward Winshipp or Winship, arrived on the "Defiance" sailing from Harwich, County Essex, England, landed Boston, MA, 1635.Possibly a Lt. in British Army prior to immigration. (b. 1613, married Jane Wilkinson prior to 1638, lived also in Cambridge, MA.)
Hope this helps.
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