Person:Louis Winne (1)

m. 4 Mar 1811
  1. Henry Winne1812 - AFT 1880
  2. David J. Winne1816 - AFT 1870
  3. Louis Winne1820 - 1896
  4. Joshua Winne1833 - AFT 1900
m. EITHER 18 AUG 1843 OR 18 SEP 1843
  1. James Newton Winne1844 - 1862
  2. Mary E. Winne1846 -
  3. Josephine Frances Winne1848 - 1932
  4. John M. Winne1851 -
  5. Winne1854 - BEF 1862
  6. Hannah Winne1859 -
  7. Eva Jane Winne1860 -
  8. Winne1863 -
Facts and Events
Name[1] Louis Winne
Alt Name Lewis Winnie
Alt Name[15] Winney
Gender Male
Alt Birth[17] 1820 Albany, New York, United States
Birth[1][2][3] 26 NOV 1820 Saratoga County, New York
Marriage EITHER 18 AUG 1843 OR 18 SEP 1843 Niles, Cayuga County, New Yorkto Eunice C. Raner
Census[1] 16 AUG 1850 Niles, Cayuga, New York
Census[17] 8 Jun 1855 Greenwood, Steuben, New York, United States
Census[9] 13 JUL 1860 Jasper, Steuben County, New York
Census[18] 1865 Ward, Allegany, New York, United States$100 real estate value
Census[19] 1870 Ward, Allegany, New York, United States$1100 real estate, $1700 property
Residence[10] 18 FEB 1871 Knox County, Tennessee
Census[11] 19 JUN 1880 6th Civil District, Crossville, Cumberland County, Tennessee
Census[15] 1890 Cumberland, Tennessee, United States15th Enumeration District (p.2), Northfield PO
Residence[13] 26 JUL 1890 Crossville, Cumberland County, Tennessee
Residence[14] 03 APR 1891 Spring City, Rhea County, Tennessee
Death[4][5][6][7][8] 26 OCT 1896 Litton, Bledsoe, Tennessee, United StatesSon John M. Winne's House
Burial? AFT 26 OCT 1896 Milo, Bledsoe, Tennessee, United StatesWinnie Cemetery, Litton, Bledsoe, Tennessee

This family moved a lot

Steuben County

According to the 1855 census, they moved to Steuben County in 1854.

Relocation to Tennessee

It's still a mystery why Louis moved his family to Tennessee. However, according to some research, many Northerners moved south to work in factories that were springing up in Knoxville, Nashville, Chattanooga, and Memphis.[16]

There is also a reference to a Peter Winnie who was an early settler of the exact area where Lewis moved his family to TN. His name appears only once in a local history volume as an early settler of Slate Springs. I have been unable to find any other mention of him anywhere.[20]

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 National Archives and Records Administration. 1850 United States Federal Census: NYCR1850, Government: United States, State: New York, Online Pub Info: Prov. (Washington, D.C.), Lewis Winnie, Niles, Cayuga County, 16 Aug 1850, page 36, dwelling 264, family 276, roll 483. Database online at Ancestry.com.
  2. National Archives and Records Administration. 1860 United States Federal Census: NYCR1860, Government: United States, State: New York, Online Pub Info: Prov. (Washington, D.C.), Lewis Winney, Greenwoods PO, Jasper, Steuben County, 13 July 1860, page 36, dwelling 285, family 275, roll 863. Database online at Ancestry.com.

    b. abt 1819/20
    bp.New York

  3. Complete Pension File for Lewis Winne, Record Type: Complete Pension File, Name Of Person: Lewis Winne, File N. (National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, DC), Holloway letter (p.14).

    b. 26 Nov 1820
    bp. Saratoga County, New York

  4. Complete Pension File for Lewis Winne, Record Type: Complete Pension File, Name Of Person: Lewis Winne, File N. (National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, DC), JMWinne letter (p.22).

    d. October 26 1896
    dp. at or near Litton Tenn (Bledsoe County)

  5. Complete Pension File for Lewis Winne, Record Type: Complete Pension File, Name Of Person: Lewis Winne, File N. (National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, DC), PensionComssLetter (p.7).

    d. Oct 26-96

  6. Complete Pension File for Lewis Winne, Record Type: Complete Pension File, Name Of Person: Lewis Winne, File N. (National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, DC), AccrPenCertOrder (p.8).

    d. October 26", 1896

  7. Complete Pension File for Lewis Winne, Record Type: Complete Pension File, Name Of Person: Lewis Winne, File N. (National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, DC), WidApplAccrued (p.9).

    d. 26th day of October 96

  8. Complete Pension File for Lewis Winne, Record Type: Complete Pension File, Name Of Person: Lewis Winne, File N. (National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, DC), JMWinneStatement (p.21).

    d. 26th day of Oct 1896
    dp. JM Winne's house, Litton, Bledsoe County, Tennessee

  9. National Archives and Records Administration. 1860 United States Federal Census: NYCR1860, Government: United States, State: New York, Online Pub Info: Prov. (Washington, D.C.), Lewis Winney, Greenwoods PO, Jasper, Steuben County, 13 July 1860, page 36, dwelling 285, family 275, roll 863. Database online at Ancestry.com.
  10. Register of Deeds Cumberland County Tennessee Vol. E (microfilm), Roll: FM23, Volume: Liber E. (18 February 1871).
  11. National Archives and Records Administration. United States Federal Census 1880: TNCR1880, Government: Canada, State: Tennessee. (Washington, D.C., Original Date, 1880), fullcite.

    sister (possibly sister-in-law) Lizy Dewillegar age 67 also listed in household

  12.   National Archives and Records Administration. Federal United States Census Veteran's Schedule 1890: TNVS1890, Government: Canada, State: Tennessee.
  13. Complete Pension File for Lewis Winne, Record Type: Complete Pension File, Name Of Person: Lewis Winne, File N. (National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, DC), InvalidPension (p.25).

    res. Crossville, Cumberland County, Tennessee

  14. Complete Pension File for Lewis Winne, Record Type: Complete Pension File, Name Of Person: Lewis Winne, File N. (National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, DC), ClaimantsAffidavit (p.28).

    res. Spring City, Tennessee

  15. 15.0 15.1 Lewis, Winney, in Sistler, Byron (Byron H.), and Barbara Sistler. 1890 Civil War veterans census, Tennessee. (Evanston, IL, 1978), p. 190, Secondary quality.

    Lewis, Winney, Cu-15-2; Pvt B Co 86th NY Inf; 9-7-61 to 12-26-62; Northville PO; shot throug left arm near elbo, kidney disease 26 (yrs?)[sic] total disability

  16. Explanation, in Sistler, Byron (Byron H.), and Barbara Sistler. 1890 Civil War veterans census, Tennessee. (Evanston, IL, 1978), p.v-vi, Primary quality.

    It should be remembered that by no means all veterans listed in the special census were residents of Tennessee at the time of the war. Many Northerners moved to Tennessee in the 1870s and 1880s, usually for the purpose of working in the new factories which were springing up in the larger cities of Knoxville, Nashville, Chattanooga and Memphis.

  17. 17.0 17.1 L.P. Winne, in New York, United States. New York State Census, 1855, sh. 7, dw. 50, fam. 50, 8 Jun 1855, Secondary quality.

    https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/K63M-C7R

    Owned land and lived in a log house. Married; marked as living in the county for 1 year. Cannot read. Native. Farmer.

  18. Lewis Winne, in Allegany County (New York). County Clerk. State census records, Allegany County, New York, 1865. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1967), p.11 (image 167), 1865, Secondary quality.
  19. Lewis Winne household, in United States. Census Office. 9th census, 1870. New York, 1870 federal census : population schedules. (Washington [District of Columbia]: The National Archives, 1962, 1968), image 9, 1870, Secondary quality.
  20. Parsons, Barbara B. Facts, folks and photos of Cumberland County, Tennessee. (Evansville, Indiana: Whipporwill Pub., c1988), 218, Secondary quality.