John Whitmore Windle

M, b. 21 March 1866
     John Whitmore Windle was born on 21 March 1866 at Pickens Co. (probably), AL. He was the son of Samuel Murphy Windle and Margaret Alice McGee. John Whitmore Windle died Died young.

John Willard Windle1

M, b. 21 November 1917, d. 27 March 2005
     John Willard Windle was born on 21 November 1917 at Clay Co., IL.1 He was the son of Arley W. Windle and Maude F. Johnson.1 John Willard Windle began military service WW II service, U.S. Army, PFC. He lived in 2002 at Flora, Clay Co., IL; per obit of brother Bernard P. He died on 27 March 2005 at age 87. He was buried in 2005 at Camp Ground Cemetery, Xenia, Clay Co., IL, Findagrave #18573366.

Citations

  1. [S243] 1920 Federal Census, Clay Couny, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T625, Roll 303.

John William Windle

M, b. circa 1827, d. 1867
     John William Windle was born circa 1827 at Alabama.1 He was the son of John Adams Windle. John William Windle married Lucinda Willis in 1847 at Rusk Co., TX. Occupation: Farmer.1 John William Windle died in 1867 at Rusk Co., TX, John William disappeared while returning from a trip to Henderson to see his father, John A. Windle, before he died. He was either killed by outlaws or indians -- his body was never recovered and he was never seen again.

Children of John William Windle and Lucinda Willis

Citations

  1. [S426] 1850 Federal Census, Rusk County, Texas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 914.

John William Windle1

M, b. 18 June 1803, d. 22 December 1864
     Note: Was deeded a house by Peter Windle at less than buying price, was bondsman for Mary Windle, all indicating he was a son of Peter. John William Windle was born on 18 June 1803 at Virginia Note: Placement of this William Windle in the Peter Windle-Rebecca Lang family is per advice of Bill Estheimer and Linda Banner. Birth dates of this William and younger sibling Charles Windle cannot both be correct, or else Rebecca Lang is not the correct mother for one of them. DLB 2005. He was the son of Peter Joseph Wendel and Rebecca Lang. John William Windle married Margaret Ann Harmer, daughter of William Harmer and Catherine Burns, on 25 July 1825. John William Windle lived in 1830 at Winchester, Frederick Co., VA.1 He lived in 1850 at Pulaski Co., VA.2 He died on 22 December 1864 at Black Lick Twp., Wythe Co., VA, at age 61 Letter dated February 8, 1932 to James W. Baker of Winchester from Borton and Melson Law offices (from Bill Estheimer's research):
... Mrs. Noonan stated that William Windle was killed at the door of his tavern at or near Newbern, Pulaski County; that William and Margaret Ann Windle's daughter Rebecca J. Douthat, had a daughter Clementine who married a Wiley Myers...

Children of John William Windle and Margaret Ann Harmer

Citations

  1. [S383] 1830 Federal Census, Frederick County, Virginia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M19, Roll 190; FHL #0029660.
  2. [S375] 1850 Federal Census, Pulaski County, Virginia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 971.
  3. [S378] 1860 Federal Census, Wythe County, Virginia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 1385; FHL #805385.

John William Windle1

M, b. 27 July 1829, d. 1905
     John William Windle was also known as John Wendel. He was born on 27 July 1829 at Virginia or 1828 as per 1900 census.2,1 He was the son of John William Windle and Margaret Ann Harmer. John William Windle married Mary Lucinda Clark, daughter of Randolph Clark and Evelyn Snuffer, on 7 October 1855 at Surry Co., NC, 5 children born, 2 living as of 1900.1,3 John William Windle lived in 1870 at Newbern Twp., Pulaski Co., VA. He died in 1905 at Pulaski Co., VA.

Children of John William Windle and Mary Lucinda Clark

Citations

  1. [S379] 1870 Federal Census, Pulaski County, Virginia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 1674; FHL #553173.
  2. [S376] 1860 Federal Census, Pulaski County, Virginia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 1373; FHL #805373.
  3. [S460] 1900 Federal Census, Pulaski County, Virginia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1728; FHL #1241724.

John William Windle

M, b. 24 October 1920, d. 23 January 1990
     John William Windle was born on 24 October 1920 at Maurertown, Shenandoah Co., VA. He was the son of George Washington Windle and Ophia Catherine Felller. John William Windle lived in 1969 at Harrisonburg, Rockingham Co., VA. He died on 23 January 1990 at Leesburg, Loudoun Co., VA, at age 69. He was buried in January 1990 at Mount Zion Lutheran Cemetery, Alonzaville, Shenandoah Co., VA, Findagrave #124747967.

Jonathan W. Windle

M, b. 1861
     Jonathan W. Windle was born in 1861 at Greenup Co., KY. He was the son of Dr. Jacob Hillyard Windle and Sarah A. James. Occupation: Blacksmith in 1880. Jonathan W. Windle married Maudaline Johnson.

Children of Jonathan W. Windle and Maudaline Johnson

Joseph Windle

M, b. 7 January 1837, d. 2 July 1889
     Joseph Windle was born on 7 January 1837 at Shenandoah Co., VA. He was the son of Abraham Wendel and Mary Ann Brubeck. Joseph Windle was baptized on 19 March 1837 at Friedens Church, Shenandoah Co., VA. He married Sarah Elizabeth Murfield, daughter of George Murfield and Hannah Baker, on 21 August 1859 at Franklin Co., OH, Twelve children born, seven living as of the 1900 census.1 Joseph Windle died on 2 July 1889 at Benet, Gage Co., NE, at age 52. He was buried in July 1889 at Sunnyside Cemetery, Cortland, Gage Co., NE, Find A Grave Memorial# 59337382.
Note: Birth & baptism dates from records of Friedens Church Shenandoah County Virginia provided by Daniel W. Bly received 08 Mar 1996.

From pp. 419 - 421 of Biographical Album of Gage County, Nebraska:

JOSEPH WINDLE. Among the pioneers of Nemaha Township there are few who have been more deeply interested and earnestly anxious for its advancement than he who is the subject of this sketch, now a prosperous farmer upon section 8. He is the son of Abraham and Mary Ann Windle, natives of Virginia, where their family chronology is clearly traceable for seven or eight generations. The grandfather upon the maternal side (Bubeck) was in the War of 1812, and served as a private throughout the campaign. The parents of our subject were married in their native State, where the father had a good farm and was quite prosperous. In 1839, however, he sold his property and took a tract of timber land in Ohio, and erected the primitive log cabin, clearing his farm tree by tree and acre by acre. Here they made their home until the year 1870, when he died, aged seventy-seven years. His widow still resides in Putnam County, Ohio, and is sixty-nine years of age. Mr. Windle, Sr., was twice married, and by the first union became the parent of five children, and by his second, with Miss Bubeck (sic), his family was increased by ten others, whose names are recorded as follows: By first wife, William, Immanuel, Cornelius, James H., and Isaac. By second: Jacob and Abraham (twins); Samuel died in infancy; Joseph, Eliza, David, John, Mary A., Rachel C. and Amanda A. Our subject was born on the 7th of January, 1837, in Shenandoah County, Va. He was two years of age when his family removed to Ohio, and it was in the latter State that he received the foundation of his education, which was commenced when he was twelve years of age. When about twenty years of age he went with his brother Jacob to Illinois and worked for about two years in McLean County, and then returned home to Ohio. In the year 1859 our subject became the husband of Miss Sarah Elizabeth Murfield, the daughter of George W. and Hannah (Baker) Murflld, who were natives of Maryland and New York respectively. Grandfather Murfild was one of the heroes of 1812, and was wounded to complete disablement while in that service. Mr. and Mrs. Murfild settled in Franklin County, and were married there in 1839; he died at the age of fifty years, on the 28th of February, 1881, at his son's in Indiana. His widow still lives in Delaware County, and has reached the advanced age of sixty-eight. She was the parent of twelve children, whose names are recorded as follows: Sarah E., William, Mary A., Daniel, Corella, Ellen, Tilda, George, Phebe, Johnny (deceased), Immanuel and Martha. The wife of our subject was born in Franklin County, Ohio, July 13, 1840, at the homestead, which was situated on the banks of the Scioto River. She made her home until the time of her marriage, however, with her grandparents, who superintended the process of her education and gave her the best that was obtainable in the common school of that time, and were delighted by the mental power manifested during this process, and the revelation of the many beautiful traits, characteristics, qualities and graces that first attracted our subject to her, and have ever since secured to her the first and highest place in his life. Mr. and Mrs. Windle settled in Ohio, and previous to our subject's enlistment became the parents of three children. Their family, however, in all numbered names are as appended: Ellen J., Charley (deceased), Joseph E., Joshua M., Amanda A. (deceased), George W., Clara O., Martha A. (deceased), Alvina, Flora and John F. (both deceased), and James H. Of the children of our subject, Ellen J. was married to Frank Shelt, and is resident in Fillmore County, Neb., where he has a well-cultivated farm; they are the parents of three children, who have been named Bertha B., Bessie P. and Mabel O. Joseph E. became the husband of Miss Addie Houk; he also is one of Fillmore County's rising farmers. They are the parents of one child, who has received the name Ethel Belle. The school or farm duties. The military experience of our subject began in 1864, when he enlisted in Company K, of the 136th Ohio Infantry, and was mustered into service at Camp Chase and departed for Washington City. His term of service was for 100 days. The first two weeks of service were spent in Ft. Ellsworth, from there his regiment was sent to Ft. Wood, thence sent to Ft. Farnsworth, where the major part of his term of service was spent. Thence he was brought back to Camp Chase, mustered out and honorably discharged, returned home and resumed his farm work. In 1872 our subject removed from Ohio, and arrived at Bennet, Neb., in April of that year, although he had visited and prospected the previous fall, and was so delighted with the outlook that upon his return he sold his property in Ohio, as above intimated, and began a new life in a new country. He purchased from Mr. Clough a homestead of 160 acres in extent for the sum. of $250, and from that time, despite some adverse circumstances and difficulties incidental to life under the most favorable conditions, he has been more than usually successful. His home is very pleasantly situated and is abundantly supplied with shade trees, while not far distant from it is an exceptionally fine grove, comprising ash, walnut, box-elder and cottonwood trees. The garden and fields of the farm are bounded by well trimmed hedges, adding much to the picturesqueness of the situation. The whole of the farm is well improved, and has been brought to a very high state of agricultural perfection. Mr. Windle has from the first been energetic in projects for the advancement of the community. Shortly after arrival he succeeded in effecting the and was also energetic in the organization of the township, of which he was the first Justice of the Peace. Our subject and wife are very consistent and active members of the Meserveville Methodist Church. They have always been deeply in earnest in religious matters, and active workers in the cause. The first service held and sermon preached in Nemaha Township were at the home of but withal comfortable and bright. The preacher was the Rev. Hull, of Adams. His text was "Despise not the time of small things," from which he preached an appropriate and telling sermon to an audience that more than filled the house, many of whom had come a distance of about ten miles. These things speak with no uncertain sound the inclination, desire, character and tendencies of our subject and wife, and render further remark unnecessary. In regard to political and Governmental questions our subject is in sympathy with the Republican party and usually supports that cause, but never at the sacrifice of what he believes to be the right.

Children of Joseph Windle and Sarah Elizabeth Murfield

Citations

  1. [S110] 1900 Federal Census, Gage County, Nebraska. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 928; FHL #1240928.

Joseph Windle

M, b. 17 December 1821, d. 23 April 1895
     Note: Either this Joseph is listed twice in the 1850 census, in two different households, or else there were two of them of the same age. On page 35B, Joseph Wendel, age 28, "Tailor" appears in the household with his father, and no wife is shown. On page 150B, Joseph Wendel age 29, no occupated stated, is listed with wife Susannah. Probably this needs further research to clarify the individuals.1 Joseph Windle was born on 17 December 1821 at Shenandoah Co., VA.2 He was the son of Jacob Wendel and Katherine Lochmiller. Joseph Windle married Susanna Fetzer on 25 October 1849 at Shenandoah Co., VA.1 Joseph Windle died on 23 April 1895 at Shenandoah Co., VA, at age 73. He was buried in April 1895 at Windle Cemetery, Lebanon Church, Shenandoah Co., VA.

Citations

  1. [S226] 1850 Federal Census, Shenandoah County, Virginia, District 58. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 976.
  2. [S290] 1860 Federal Census, Shenandoah County, Virginia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M653, Roll 1377; FHL #805377.

Joseph Windle

M, b. 1781
     Joseph Windle was born in 1781 at Shenandoah Co., VA. He was the son of Peter Windle and Rachel Wolfe. Joseph Windle married Catherine Harper on 8 October 1818 at Fayette Co., OH.1 Joseph Windle lived in 1850 at Lawrence Co., MO.2 He lived in 1870 at Multnomah Co., OR.

Children of Joseph Windle and Catherine Harper

Citations

  1. [S565] Fayette County Genealogy Society, Early Fayette County, Ohio Marriage, Vol. A, p.15.
  2. [S653] 1850 Federal Census, Lawrence County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 701.

Joseph Windle

M, b. circa 1832
     Joseph Windle was born circa 1832 at Fayette Co., OH.1 He was the son of Peter Windle and Elizabeth Smith.

Citations

  1. [S710] 1850 Federal Census, Whitley County, Indiana. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 181.

Joseph Windle

M, b. circa 1906
     Joseph Windle was born circa 1906 at Kansas. He was the son of George Washington Windle and Mura Clyde Dalrymple.

Joseph Windle

M, b. circa 1833
     Joseph Windle was born circa 1833 at Fayette Co., OH.1 He was the son of Joseph Windle and Catherine Harper.

Citations

  1. [S653] 1850 Federal Census, Lawrence County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 701.

Joseph Windle

M, b. 1 October 1847, d. 29 March 1924
     Joseph Windle was born on 1 October 1847 at Shenandoah Co., VA.1,2 He was the son of William Windle and Mary Kretsinger. Joseph Windle lived in 1872 at Salem, Richardson Co., NE; Relocated to Nebraska about 1872. He married Anna Belle Price, daughter of George Washington Price and Rebecca Jane Cornelius, on 2 March 1872 at Ogle Co., IL, Nine children born, seven were living as of 1900 census. Joseph Windle lived in 1880 at Pine Creek Twp., Ogle Co., IL.3 He died on 29 March 1924 at Salem, Richardson Co., NE, at age 76 Obit:

FALLS CITY NEBRASKA newspaper 1924

Funeral of Joe Windle at Salem Yesterday Afternoon
Our Salem Correspondent Gives Graphic account of the Life of An Honored Citizen of That Place.
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It was indeed a shock to the many relatives and friends , when it was learned that Joseph E. Windle Sr. had passed away.
He was on his way home from lumber yard, about 5:30 p. m. Saturday, March 29, when he dropped dead in front of his son's home. Mrs. Windle had just come across the street, saw Mr. Windle coming and when she turned again to look he was nowhere in sight, on going to the spot where she had seen him, she found him lying dead.
He had apparently been well and Mrs. Windle said that he seemed happier and in better spirits than usual that day.
During the afternoon he had been in the lumber yard, where he was in charge of the business while Joseph Jr., was busy at the feed (next word is torn) and was spending this time at a game of checkers with Frank Arnell. This was his favorite diversion and a game with an old friend was the only sort of worldly pleasure in which he indulged.
Joseph Windle was 76 years old and was born Oct 1st, 1847, in Shenandoah Co., Va., and was the son of Wm. and Mary (Kretzsinger) Windle, both natives of Virginia. When 8 years old, he, with his parents, brothers, and sisters moved to Ogle Co., Ill., where he grew to manhood on the farm and attended public school.
While living in Ogle County, Ill., he was married to Anna Belle Price, March 2nd 1872 (next 3 words are torn) years old and Mrs. Windle was 23. They at once started out to seek their fortunes, with a team and covered wagon and in company with four other couples--each couple having a wagon of their own -- they crossed the country, their destination being Union Co., Iowa. While there they underwent the hardships of the early settlers, and the climax of their troubles being reached when one of their horses died. Six months was spent in Union County and with their remaining horses hitched in with another belonging to L. D. Lawrence, he in company with "Joe and Belle" started out again in their covered wagon, this time they came to Nebraska and rented land in Liberty Precinct, Richardson county, where they made their home for many years, starting out with nothing but a firm faith in the future and that it would doubtless have in store for them more prosperous times than the past. In some way enough money was raised to buy two cows, these and the pig that was given to Mrs. Windle by Levi Hitchcock comprised Mr. Windle's start in the livestock business. Mrs. Windle fattened and cared for the pig until it was big enough to sell. With the money, which was $8.00, she bought, their first piece of furniture, a safe with perforated tin doors. No couple with all the luxuries that can be bought with wealth could feel the pleasure and satisfaction comparable with theirs, when they purchased this first piece of furniture.
While living on the farm the children began to arrive, their first, a girl, was named Hattie A., now deceased; then came Fred R; then Oliver P; both living in St. Joseph, MO; Grace, deceased; Joe Jr., Salem, Neb; Dean K., of Wymore, Neb; and Wayne W. of Salem.
About 28 years ago Mr. and Mrs. Windle and their children, then all being alive, bought property in Salem and moved to town. With the exception of two years when they lived in Falls City, they have made their home in this town, and even in the same house. Their move to Falls City was in 1921, where Mr. Windle had built a new and modern home, thinking that the conveniences would make the work easier for his wife, however, he was never quite satisfied at being away from his old home, all his boys, and his church. Nearly every day during his sojourn in Falls City, he would drive to Salem and there were very (page torn) when he was not seen (page torn) pew at church. A (page torn) they (end of this column of the article; was there more in the ori ginal clipping?)
...returned to Salem, remodeled their old home and expected to spend many happy years in this loved place, and where they could see the old friends and be in touch with the business, which Joe Jr. and Wayne had taken over, but were helped out many times by their father.
About 30 years ago, during the Rosewarne revival, Mr. Windle was converted and when the Gospel Union church was organized, he was one of the charter members. Ever since he was converted he has been a devout Christian, living his religion both week days and Sundays, has been a leading m ember of the Congregational church, and was a liberal contributor to the church, and for any civic cause as well. At one time he was president of the Richardson County Fair association, and has been an honored and valued citizen, who will be sadly missed in Salem.
He was the seventh of ten children and the seventh of the ten to pass away. Three are still living, of his brothers and sisters, Isaiah Windle of Springfield, MO; Washington W., of Paola, Ill; and Mrs. Maggie A. Kemp of Hollister, Cal. He was, also the grandfather, and admirer, of sixteen grand children and one great grandchild, and "Dad", as he was lovingly called by his five boys and Mrs. Windle, has gone to the reward, in which he firmly believed, and if there ever was a man, who was ready spiritually, to be called to "that home not made with hands, eternal in the heavens ," it was Mr. Windle. We heard a perfect tribute spoken by one of his sons, when he said: "I think that Dad was just perfect."
He passed away just as he would have chosen it, if his going had been left to his judgment, without a struggle and no suffering, still enjoying life, happy with his wife, his sons and his grandchildren. Nothing but kind words are heard--not just because he has left us, but because he was deserving of this praise, and earned it by the exemplary life he lead. To the widow who is left, to travel the remainder of life's journey alone, and to the boys, who will miss the fatherly council and advice, we extend our heartfelt sympathy.
The funeral services were conducted at the Congregational church Monday afternoon at 2:30, M. Allen Keith of Omaha had charge of the services. The pallbearers being his special friends were Henry Stitzer, Ray Huston, Frank Arnell , Jim Lumby, Andy Crook and Bert McCool.
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Merle Mettz, of Binkleman, Nebraska, a grandson of Mr . Windle came Sunday afternoon.
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Oliver P. Windle came up from St. Joseph Saturday night .
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F. F. Windle, wife and son Jack, Mrs. O. P. Windle and children, Grace, John and Warren drove up from St. Joseph Sunday afternoon.
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Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Windle came down from Wymore Sunday morning.
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Mr. and Mrs. Neal Thornton were callers at the Windle h ome Sunday.
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Mr. and Mrs. Jim Mettz and son Worth and daughter, Esther of near Falls City spent Sunday at the Windle residence. He was buried on 31 March 1924 at Maple Cemetery, Salem, Richardson Co., NE, Find A Grave Memorial# 43189839.

Children of Joseph Windle and Anna Belle Price

Citations

  1. [S226] 1850 Federal Census, Shenandoah County, Virginia, District 58. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 976.
  2. [S297] 1900 Federal Census, Richardson County, Nebraska. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 938; FHL #1240938.
  3. [S140] 1880 Federal Census, Ogle County, Illinois. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 239; FHL #1254239.

Joseph Windle1

M, b. circa 1844
     Joseph Windle was born circa 1844 at Shenandoah Co., VA, or 1843, per 1870 census info (age 27.)1,2 He was the son of Branson Wendel and Elizabeth Baker.1

Citations

  1. [S226] 1850 Federal Census, Shenandoah County, Virginia, District 58. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 976.
  2. [S227] 1870 Federal Census, Shenandoah County, Virginia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 1678; FHL #553177.

Joseph Windle1

M, b. circa 1809, d. before 1880
     Note: Kinship to his father is inferred from his very close residence in Stonewall Township to Samuel and also Jacob, per census data.1 Joseph Windle was born circa 1809 at Shenandoah Co., VA.1 He was the son of Johannes Wendel and Mary Wiseman.1 Joseph Windle married Susannah (?).1 Joseph Windle died before 1880 at Shenandoah Co., VA.2

Children of Joseph Windle and Susannah (?)

Citations

  1. [S227] 1870 Federal Census, Shenandoah County, Virginia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 1678; FHL #553177.
  2. [S289] 1880 Federal Census, Shenandoah County, Virginia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 1390, FHL #1255390.

Joseph Windle

M, b. circa 1876
     Joseph Windle was born circa 1876 at Laclede Co., MO.1 He was the son of Joseph Washington Windle and Amanda Jane (?)

Citations

  1. [S1221] 1880 Federal Census, Laclede County, Missouri. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 697; FHL #1254697.

Joseph A. Windle

M, b. 3 January 1863, d. after 1904
     Joseph A. Windle was born on 3 January 1863 at Multnomah Co. (probably), OR.1,2 He was the son of John Wesley Windle and Isabella Dodson. Joseph A. Windle married Sarah Elizabeth Crook on 13 April 1884 at St. John's Village, Multnomah Co., OR. Joseph A. Windle married Lenora Reams, daughter of Robert Reams and Ruth Hamerton, in September 1891 at Multnomah Co. (probably), OR. Joseph A. Windle lived in 1902 at Springdale, WA; per father's obit. He died after 1904 at Springdale, Stevens Co., WA.

Children of Joseph A. Windle and Lenora Reams

Citations

  1. [S454] 1870 Federal Census, Multnomah County, Oregon. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 1287; FHL #552786.
  2. [S456] 1900 Federal Census, Stevens County, Washington. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Film 1752; FHL #1241752.

Joseph Earl Windle1

M, b. 25 October 1887, d. 4 December 1964
     Joseph Earl Windle was born on 25 October 1887 at Richardson Co., NE.1 He was the son of Joseph Windle and Anna Belle Price.1 Joseph Earl Windle married Lena Pfann, daughter of John Pfann and Susanna Fanzier, on 21 April 1916 at Nebraska City, Otoe Co., NE. Joseph Earl Windle lived on 24 April 1930 at Salem, Richardson Co., NE; Stock & grain merchant.2 He died on 4 December 1964 at Richardson Co., NE, at age 77 Obituary (findagrave.com):

Parents: Joseph Windle and Annabell Price.
he graduated Salem HS in 1904.
then Falls City Business College.
He married Lena Pfann Apr. 21, 1916 at Nebraska City, Otoe, NE.
children. Richard K., Robert J., Carolyn L.
In 1905-1914 was in business with his father in Grain elevator and stockraising at Salem, NE. then became owner and operator of Grain elevator at Dawson, NE. then in 1916 to 1926 owner and operator of Lumber yard at Salem. NE.
member of the village board several years. member of several organizations in Richardson County. He was a member of the Congl. Church. and resided in Salem, NE.

He was buried in December 1964 at Maple Cemetery, Salem, Richardson Co., NE, Find A Grave Memorial# 43189812.

Children of Joseph Earl Windle and Lena Pfann

Citations

  1. [S297] 1900 Federal Census, Richardson County, Nebraska. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 938; FHL #1240938.
  2. [S2242] 1930 Federal Census, Richardson County, Nebraska. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 1291; FHL #2341026.

Joseph Edgar Windle

M, b. 30 October 1863, d. 8 April 1942
     Joseph Edgar Windle was born on 30 October 1863 at Delaware Co., OH. He was the son of Joseph Windle and Sarah Elizabeth Murfield. Joseph Edgar Windle married Adeline Rosella Houck, daughter of Timothy Houck and Mary (?), on 11 March 1886 at Geneva, Fillmore Co., NE. Joseph Edgar Windle died on 8 April 1942 at Lincoln, Lancaster Co., NE, at age 78 Obituary (findagrave.com):

Joseph E. Windle, 78, 4227 Cleveland street, died at a local hospital Wednesday morning. A native of Delaware, O., he came to Cortland from Ohio with his parents in 1872.
On March 11, 1886 Mr. Windle was married to Miss Addie Houck, who survives him, at Geneva, where he farmed until coming to Lincoln 50 years ago. In this city he was a house mover and contractor: a business from which he had been retired 10 years.
Surviving: with the wife are two daughters, Mrs. Esther Castle,San Mateo, Cal; and Mrs. Ola Gillespie, Lincoln; two sisters, Mrs.Ollie Patton, Lawton, Okla. and Mrs. Alvina Willett, Fairbury; two brothers, Joshua, McAlester, Okla; and James, Lincoln. (The Lincoln Star, April 8,1942, p10.)

He was buried in April 1942 at Wyuka Cemetery, Lincoln, Lancaster Co., NE, Find A Grave Memorial# 72222953.

Children of Joseph Edgar Windle and Adeline Rosella Houck

Joseph G. H. Windle1,2

M, b. 7 February 1869, d. 21 May 1949
     Joseph G. H. Windle was born on 7 February 1869 at Overton Co. (probably), TN.1,3 He was the son of Joel Perry Windle and Elizabeth Ann Sewell.1 Joseph G. H. Windle married Sally F. Speck circa 1906.2 Joseph G. H. Windle died on 21 May 1949 at Granite, Greer Co., OK, at age 80. He was buried in May 1949 at Granite City Cemetery, Granite, Greer Co., OK.

Children of Joseph G. H. Windle and Sally F. Speck

Citations

  1. [S515] 1880 Federal Census, Overton County, Tennessee. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T9, Roll 1274, FHL #1255274.
  2. [S596] 1930 Federal Census, Greer County, Oklahoma. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 1905.
  3. [S595] 1900 Federal Census, Clay County, Tennessee. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1562; FHL #1241562.

Joseph H. Windle

M, b. circa 1834, d. 31 March 1864
     Note: Check the 1866 Alabama state census, Pickens County. Joseph H. Windle was born circa 1834 at Pickens Co. (probably), AL, Gave age 26 in 1860 census. He was the son of Andrew Moore Windle and Elizabeth McDowell. Joseph H. Windle married Malinda (?). Joseph H. Windle died on 31 March 1864 at Abingdon, Washington Co., VA, Killed in Civil War. Co. K, 41st Alabama Infantry, CSA.

Children of Joseph H. Windle and Malinda (?)

Joseph H. Windle1

M, b. circa 1853
     Joseph H. Windle was born circa 1853 at Shenandoah Co., VA.1 He was the son of Benjamin Windle and Elizabeth (?)1

Citations

  1. [S227] 1870 Federal Census, Shenandoah County, Virginia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 1678; FHL #553177.

Joseph Harris Windle

M, b. 1844
     Joseph Harris Windle was born in 1844 at MO.1 He was the son of Robert Sevier Windle and Amanda Fitzgerald Harris.

Citations

  1. [S303] 1850 Federal Census, Overton County, Tennessee. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 892.

Joseph Hawkins Windle

M, b. 22 May 1821, d. 4 February 1822
     Joseph Hawkins Windle was born on 22 May 1821 at Overton Co., TN. He was the son of Joseph Hawkins Wendel and Joanna Goad Sevier. Joseph Hawkins Windle died on 4 February 1822 at Overton Co., TN.

Joseph Henry Windle

M, b. 28 May 1882, d. 16 November 1960
     Joseph Henry Windle was born on 28 May 1882 at Putnam Co., OH. He was the son of John Hamilton Windle and Amanda Windle. Joseph Henry Windle married Glenna George circa 1910, No children. Joseph Henry Windle died on 16 November 1960 at age 78.

Joseph Howard Windle

M, b. 1 August 1909, d. 23 November 1970
     Joseph Howard Windle lived at Buna, Jasper Co., TX; Did not marry. He was born on 1 August 1909. He was the son of James Lafayette Windle and Lucinda Irene Sigler. Joseph Howard Windle died on 23 November 1970 at age 61.

Joseph J. Windle1

M, b. 10 January 1814, d. 1890
     Joseph J. Windle was born on 10 January 1814 at Chester Co. (probably), PA.1 He was the son of Benjamin Windle and Orpha Jeffries. Joseph J. Windle married Phebe M. Dutton in April 1839.1 Joseph J. Windle lived in 1850 at Butler Twp., Columbiana Co., OH.1 He died in 1890.

Children of Joseph J. Windle and Phebe M. Dutton

Citations

  1. [S250] 1850 Federal Census, Columbiana County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 669.

Joseph Jennings Windle

M, b. 16 May 1927, d. 4 November 1972
     Joseph Jennings Windle was born on 16 May 1927 at Pickens Co., AL. He was the son of Hubbard B. Windle and Martha Cameron (?) Joseph Jennings Windle died on 4 November 1972 at age 45.

Joseph Lafaith Windle1

M, b. 13 July 1906, d. 27 December 1966
     Joseph Lafaith Windle was born on 13 July 1906 at Arkansas.1 He was the son of William T. Windle and Rosa Lee Hugon.1 Joseph Lafaith Windle married Dolores Glenda Greer, daughter of Henry Jefferson Greer and Vashti Hahn, on 21 February 1931. Joseph Lafaith Windle died on 27 December 1966 at St. Louis, MO, at age 60. He was buried in December 1966 at Saint Francois Memorial Park, Bonne Terre, St. Francois Co., MO.

Child of Joseph Lafaith Windle and Dolores Glenda Greer

Citations

  1. [S3599] 1910 Federal Census, Ouachita County, Arkansas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 59; FHL #1374072.