Note: on of Jane Winningham. He says that he was told that Soloman was the son of a Robbins man. Around 1880 Solomon Winningham had taken a legal action against William Edward White for beating up Jane Winningham with a log chain. From the 1880 census they were living next door to each other. White was her son-in-law and Tennessee Louise was living with Jane.
He was a Union Army Soldier during the Civil War. He enlisted atSomerset, Kentucky on Jan. 1, 1861, he was a Private in Company C, 12thKentucky Infantry. He served from October 1861 to July 1865. He wasdischarged July 30, 1865 for disability.
He had blue eyes, light hair, light skin, five feet, six inches tall. Hewas a Farmer
1900 Overton Co., TN. Census: Solomon W. Winningham age 56 b. Oct. 1843,Marinda E. age 45 b. Aug. 1854, Felix W. age 19 b. Jan. 1881, Hew L. age15 b. June 1884, John K. age 14 b. March 1886, Fletcher D. age 12 b. Feb.1888, Amanda J. age 11 b. March 1889, Maude E. age 9 b. March 1891,Mintie age 7 b. March 1893, Sally T. age 4 b. Dec. 1895.
1910 Overton Co.,TN. Census: Solomon Winningham age 65, Marinda age 55,Felix W. age 28, Minta age 17, Sally age 15. Solomon and Marinda havebeen married 39 years, Marinda has had 13 children all living.
Note: Wilbur C. Smith in "Wilbur Tales" stated that his great grandfather was Soloman Winningham, s
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