Private George H. Winchell, Battery G, 1st Ohio Light Artillery, USA

1839 

  • January 25: George H. Winchell was born to Harvey and Polly Winchell in Ohio.

1850 

  • September 12: The U.S. Federal Census taken in Concord, Lake County, OH showed 10-year-old George living with his parents and siblings. His father Harvey was a farmer.

1860 

  • July 7: The U.S. Federal Census taken in Concord Township, Lake County, OH showed 20-year-old George living with his parents and siblings. His father, Harvey, was a farmer.

1862 

  • August 15:  George enlisted in the U.S. Army.
  • ***Brother Luman also enlisted in the army in December of 61.***

1864 

  • October 27:  Georges’ brother Luman Winchell died in a general hospital in Little Rock, Arkansas.
  • November 30:  George was wounded at the Battle of Franklin.

1865 

  • March 16: Mustered out of the U.S. Army at Jefferson Barracks, MO.
  • (abt) George Winchell married Sophia Stockham.

1870 

  • June 14: The U.S. Federal Census taken in Concord Township, Lake County, OH showed George, a farmer, living with his wife Sophia.

1880 

  • June 17: The U.S. Federal Census taken in Burton, Geauga County, OH showed George, a lumber dealer, living with his wife Sophia.

1900 

  • June 30:  The U.S. Federal Census taken in Burton, Geauga County, OH showed George, a lumber dealer, living with his wife Sophia and 17 year old son Henry.

1905 

  • February: George’s wife, Sophia, died.

1910

  • May 6: The U.S. Federal Census taken in Troy, Geauga County, OH showed a retired widowed George living as a boarder with the Ross family.

1920 

  • January 7:  The U.S. Federal Census taken in St. Petersburg, Pinellas County, FL showed a widowed retired George living with his son Henry and his family.

1925 

  • November 2:  George Winchell died in Pinellas County, FL. He was buried at the Concord Township Cemetery, Lake County, OH.
 source: ancestry.com

source: ancestry.com