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Wingo watchers

Peterson, Rose Wingo (Added Author)
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English
Nitro, West Virginia : R.W. Peterson, 1993-
v. : ill., maps, ports.
Vol. 1 (1993)-

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Editor: Rose Wingo Peterson

Quarterly.

Periodical for the interchange of genealogical data and history of the Wingo (Wing, Wynge, Winge, etc.) families whose ancestors immigrated in the early 1600's from Holland and England to Massachusetts and to Virginia. One progenitor featured is Jerman Jeduthan Wingo (1807- 1873), born to Thomas and Mary Wingo in Halifax County, Virginia. In 1825 he migrated from North Carolina to a small community in South Graves County, Kentucky, which was named Wingo after him. He and Ann Y. Beadles married in 1826 and had 11 children. His, and other Wingo (Wing, etc.) descendants live(d) in England, Holland, Germany, Canada and in Massachusetts, Virginia, Alabama, the Carolina, West Virginia, Illinois, Michigan, Oklahoma, Arizona, Tennessee, Mississippi, Texas, Kentucky, Ohio and elsewhere in the United States.

Not yet available in PERiodical Source Index (PERSI) at this time. (15 Feb. 2006)

Includes queries.

Also includes Wing, Winge, Wingo, Wynge, and other variant spellings.

Library lacks: Vol. 4 no. 3.

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