Free-Issue Death Certificates: WINN, WYNN.
by Lisa Y. Henderson
Tempsy Winn. Died 6 Apr 1924, Mount Olive, Wayne County. Colored. Widow of Washington Wynne. About 85 years old. Nurse. Born in Fayetteville, Cumberland County, to Nathan Brewington and unknown mother. Buried, Mount Olive NC. Informant, George W. Winn.
In 1860 census, Buck Swamp, Wayne County: Washington Winn, 35, carpenter; wife Temperance J., 20; and children Aaron, 17, Levi, 15, Elizabeth, 13, James, 11, and Giles, 9.
Levi W. Winn. Died 1 June 1920, Brogden, Wayne County. Negro. Married to Mary Winn. Born 1842 in Mount Olive to Washington Winn and Larky Winn. Buried Mount Olive. Informant, D.H. Winn.
James Cicero Winn. Died 16 Oct 1922, Mount Olive, Brogden, Wayne County. Colored. Married to Mattie Winn. Born 16 Oct 1848 in Wayne County to Washington Winn and Larkie Brenette. Buried Mount Olive Colored Cemetery. Informant, Thad Winn.
In the 1850 census of South Side of Neuse, Wayne County: Washington Winn, 30, farmer; wife Larkey, 30; and children Aaron, 8, Levi, 6, Apsoly, 4, and James, 6 months; plus Jno. Newell, 12.
Emiley Winn. Died 3 Feb 1919, Mount Olive, Brogden, Wayne County. Colored. Widow. Born 1853 in “Fedville” [Fayetteville], Cumberland County, to Ne[illegible]em Terry and Scharlte Terry, both of Fayetteville. Buried Brogden township, Wayne County. Informant, Leann Winn.
In the 1860 census of Indian Springs, Wayne County: Emily Winn, 19, with son John, 8 months, and husband Wm. Winn, 24.
Charles B. Winn. Died 27 July 1923, Brogden, Wayne County. Colored. Married to Mary McGee Winn. Age about 64. Born Wayne County to Bill Winn of Wayne County and Annie Newell-Winn of Fayetteville NC. Buried Wayne County. Informant, Bruce Winn.
In the 1860 census of Indian Springs, Wayne County: Ann Newell, 25, and sons Wm. D., 7, and Charles, 5. All are described as white.
Mary Winn. Died 8 Nov 1930, Dudley, Brogden, Wayne County. Colored. Widow of Edward Winn. Born 8 Jan 1860, Greene County, to Rob Hagans and [blank] Baker, both of Greene County. Buried Dudley NC. Informant, Fred Hagans.
In the 1860 census of Fields, Greene County: Robert Hagans, 31, day laborer; wife Sarah, 30; and children Mary, 12, Joseph, 8, Penelope, 5, and Edwin, 1, all described as mulatto.
Jim Henry Newell. Died 26 Jan 1924, Mount Olive, Brogden, Wayne County. Colored. Married to Magie Newell. Age about 69. Born in Mount Olive to Addam Winn and Larkie Newell. Informant, Addam Newell.
In the 1860 census of Cumberland East, Cumberland County: Larkin Newell, 30, with her children Ollin G., 12, Washington, 11, Ann E., 8, James H., 6, Penny, 4, and Betsy, 4 months, all with the surname Winn. Larkin was described as white; the children, mulatto.
Bettie Wynn. Died 30 Aug 1935, Brogden, Mount Olive, Wayne County. Colored. Married to Giles Wynn. Age 82. Born Dudley NC to Levie Wynn and unknown mother. Buried Mount Olive NC. Informant, Lettie Bunting, Mount Olive.
Frances W. Wynn. Died 12 Mar 1927, Dudley, Brogden., Wayne County. Colored. Widow. About 67. Born in North Carolina to J. Arigers and [blank] Carther, both of NC. Buried Dudley NC. Informant, Levi Wynn.
Mary L. Wynn. Died 30 Nov 1934, Mount Olive, Brogden, Wayne County. Colored. Widow of Levy W. Wynn. Age 83. Born Wayne County to Levy Wynn and Betsey Wynn, both of Wayne County. Informant, Daniel H. Wynn, Mount Olive.
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I believe that for Emily Winn’s death certificate (after years of studying it) her parents are William and Isabelle Terry. Emily Winn was my 2nd great grandmother.
It’s certainly a tough certificate to decipher. Thanks for your interpretation. Have you found records of those Terrys?