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Winter  Burying Ground
photographed April 2007 by Laura McBride


4-5 miles down Hwy U. Going south on Hwy U towards Hwy 94 it would be on your right.  It is across from a road that has a sign that says Golden Oaks 


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Wilhelm- Winter    Sept 24, 18---, Dec.28, 1896? read from photo (bb) (This may be Wilhelmina, wife of Frederick)
Frederick Winter June 18, 1811-Sept 24, 1867? read from photo

Laura said "It has 4 graves for sure, possibly 5.  There is the one tall stone with writing on two of the 4 sides.  You can read them pretty well, except I can't make out the birth year for Wilhelm.  Besides the tall stone there are two small markers (like bricks and there isn't anything on them except initials) and then there is large flat stone on the ground.  I couldn't make out any name or year."
 


Emigration into New York Passenger Lists have in arriving 1853 from Hamburg, Germany on " The Hudson", port of arrival Buffalo.
Winter, Johann 32  farmer
Winter, Frederick 44 farmer
Winter, Mina 44
Winter, Johann 06

Port of Arrival, New York- Arrival June 17, 1844  Ship "Baltimore"
Winter, Friederick age 33
Port of Departure Havre   Place of origin Deutschland


1860 Warren County Federal Census, Bridgeport Township, PO Pinckney

Winter, Fred 49 b. Prussia farmer
Winter, Menia 42 b.  Prussia
Winter, Mary 15 b. MO
Winter, Frederick 12 b. MO
Winter, August 06 b. MO
Winter, Henry 02 b. MO

1870 Warren County, Federal Census, Bridgeport Township, PO Pinckney
Winter, Willhelmina (f) 52 b. Prussia
Winter, Frederic 21 b. Prussia
Winter, August 14 b. MO
Winter, Henry 12 b. MO