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    1. [WINGET-WINGATE] WINGET
    2. Julie Bright
    3. I HAVE JUST LISTED A QUIT CLAIM TO MARY WINGET WIDOW OF CALEB DATED 1845 WITH SIGNATURES OF SEVERAL OF THE WINGET CHILDREN IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO TAKE A LOOK GO TO EBAY.COM AND IN THE SEARCH BLOCK TYPE 1845 WINGET AND IT WILL POP UP julie

    01/26/2014 12:54:42
    1. [WINGET-WINGATE] Philip Wingate. Sussex County, Delaware
    2. Suzanne Russell
    3. In his will, Sussex County, Delaware, 1797, Phillip Wingate names some of his children and then states, "to all my other children mentioned and not mentioned". Does anyone have the names of all of his children? I am looking for my 4th great grandfather, William Wingate who was born in Delaware about 1774. He married Sarah Chase, daughter of William and Rebecca Chase. There is a possibility he was a son of Phillip's, maybe even a grandson. William and Sarah lived in Queen Anne's County, MD for several years before moving to Boone County, KY about 1816. While they were in Maryland, William served in the 35th Regt. (captain was Noah Merchant, William's brother-in-law) during the War of 1812. Any help finding my William Wingate will be greatly appreciated. Sue Russell

    07/29/2013 07:30:34
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    10/23/2011 07:39:29
    1. [WINGET-WINGATE] William Wingate about 1774 Delaware, my brickwall
    2. Suzanne Russell
    3. I am taking another stab at finding my brickwall 4th great grandfather, William Wingate. He was born in Delaware about 1774 and married Sarah Chase who was born in Maryland about 1788. They lived in Queen Anne's County, Maryland where they had 3 children in 1805, 1812, and 1814. They migrated to Boone County, KY after that and had 7 more children there. They died in Boone County and are buried there. William took part in the British Invasion of Maryland, 1812-1815 35th Regt. (captain was Noah Merchant, William's brother-in-law). Sarah Chase was the daughter of William and Rebecca Chase. William died without a will, but here is the probate record: *COURT RECORDS: Kent County, Delaware Guardian Accounts 1753-1849 SLFHL Book #975.14 P2b v.4 Recorded dated 9 Aug 1813, states William Chase of Duck Creek Hundred, died intestate and left the following heirs to survive him: widow Rebecca Chase and seven children, Sarah now wife of William Wingate, William Chase, Ann now wife of Noah Merchant, Rebecca wife of Stephen Howard, Elizabeth wife of Joseph Clark, Maria Chase and John Chase, records states that daughter Rebecca has died also and left one daughter named Elizabeth Howard Other records in this same book say that son, John Chase is a minor under the age of 14; another record states the son William Chase is the oldest living son; Maria is now married to Samuel McKinney; granddaughter Elizabeth Howard died an infant of tender years with no siblings; son William Chase has died by 19 Feb 1824 and left 6 children, to wit, Emily, William, Rebecca, Elizabeth, Mary and Jacob; widow Rebecca Chase has died by 19 Feb 1824 also. Sarah Chase had a half-brother, Samuel Chase, who died about 1849 and left Sarah and her heirs quite a bit of money. That court record says he lived in Queen Anne's County, Marylan, but his will was probated in Kent County, Delaware. Kent County, Delaware Wills & Administrations Volume S1, 1849-1851, Folios 1-112, SLFHL Book #975.14 P28k Any information or helpful hints about William Wingate will be greatly appreciated. Sue Russell

    06/08/2011 09:40:16
    1. [WINGET-WINGATE] Chase & Wingate, Delaware & Maryland
    2. Suzanne Russell
    3. My ancestor, William Wingate, born in Delaware about 1774, married Sarah Chase, born about 1788 in Maryland. She was the daughter of William Chase who died in Kent County, Delaware between 1801 and 1812. William did not leave a will, but below are two court records: *COURT RECORDS: Probate Records of Kent County, Delaware 1801-1812, SLFHL Book #975.14 P2bm v.1 William Chase, deceased, letters of administration granted unto Rebecca Chase who being sworn gave bond with James Tibbett, Lewell Green and John Wilds securities *COURT RECORDS: Kent County, Delaware Guardian Accounts 1753-1849 SLFHL Book #975.14 P2b v.4 Recorded dated 9 Aug 1813, states William Chase of Duck Creek Hundred, died intestate and left the following heirs to survive him: widow Rebecca Chase and seven children, Sarah now wife of William Wingate, William Chase, Ann now wife of Noah Merchant, Rebecca wife of Stephen Howard, Elizabeth wife of Joseph Clark, Maria Chase and John Chase, records states that daughter Rebecca has died also and left one daughter named Elizabeth Howard Other records in this same book say that son, John Chase is a minor under the age of 14; another record states the son William Chase is the oldest living son; Maria is now married to Samuel McKinney; granddaughter Elizabeth Howard died an infant of tender years with no siblings; son William Chase has died by 19 Feb 1824 and left 6 children, to wit, Emily, William, Rebecca, Elizabeth, Mary and Jacob; widow Rebecca Chase has died by 19 Feb 1824. I would like to know who William Chase's parents were and the last name, and parents of his wife, Rebecca. I have never been able to identify William Wingate's parents and would like to find them as well. William and Sarah Wingate migrated to Boone County, Kentucky about 1813 and I have lots of information about them there. By the way, William Wingate was a private in Noah Merchant's regiment of the Maryland Militia in the War of 1812. Thanks for any help. Sue Russell

    02/08/2010 08:51:46
    1. [WINGET-WINGATE] William & Rebbeca Chase, Kent County, DE circa 1800
    2. Suzanne Russell
    3. William and Rebecca Chase were the parents of Rebecca Chase (my 3rd great grandmother) who married William Wingate about 1800 in either Kent County, Delaware or Queen Anne's County, Maryland. William Chase died in Kent County, Delaware between 1801 & 1812; Probate Records of Kent County, Delaware 1801-1812, SLFHL Book #975.14 P2bm v.1 William Chase, deceased, letters of administration granted unto Rebecca Chase who being sworn gave bond with James Tibbett, Lewell Green and John Wilds securities. William died intestate, but there is a court record of his heirs; Kent County, Delaware Guardian Accounts 1753-1849 SLFHL Book #975.14 P2b v.4 Recorded dated 9 Aug 1813, states William Chase of Duck Creek Hundred, died intestate and left the following heirs to survive him: widow Rebecca Chase and seven children, Sarah now wife of William Wingate, William Chase, Ann now wife of Noah Merchant, Rebecca wife of Stephen Howard, Elizabeth wife of Joseph Clark, Maria Chase and John Chase, records states that daughter Rebecca has died also and left one daughter named Elizabeth Howard Other records in this same book say that son, John Chase is a minor under the age of 14; another record states the son William Chase is the oldest living son; Maria is now married to Samuel McKinney; granddaughter Elizabeth Howard died an infant of tender years with no siblings; son William Chase has died by 19 Feb 1824 and left 6 children, to wit, Emily, William, Rebecca, Elizabeth, Mary and Jacob; widow Rebecca Chase has died by 19 Feb 1824 also; Does anyone know the parentage of William's wife, Rebecca? Also, William Chase had a son, Samuel, of Queen's Anne's County, Maryland who died in 1849 and left a will in Kent County, Delaware, dated 1842. He named several of his half-sisters and half-brothers proving that he, Samuel, was a son of William Chase. Kent County, Delaware Wills & Administrations Volume S1, 1849-1851, Folios 1-112, SLFHL Book #975.14 P28k. Samuel CHASE, of Queen Anne's County, Maryland writes will 13 Dec 1842 and it is recorded 31 Oct 1849; In it he mentions his half-sister Sarah WINGATE wife of William who left here sometime ago and settled in Boone County, Kentucky - he leaves Sarah and her heirs quite a bit of money. Who was Samuel Chase's mother? Thanks for any help with these questions. Sue Russell

    07/14/2009 05:23:41
    1. Re: [WINGET-WINGATE] William Wingate, Delaware, B 1774
    2. Suzanne Russell
    3. Tamara, I have been through all my Wingate records, again, but have not found a connection between Henry and my William. However, I did come across a DAR Bible Records Index page that someone sent me years ago. On the same page there are many Delaware Wingates, including William, Henry, and Thomas. I don't know how I missed that, but I have written the DAR for copies of the actual records. This may be my breakthrough! Thanks for spurring me on! Suzanne -----Original Message----- From: winget-wingate-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:winget-wingate-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Tammy Winget Sent: Sunday, January 27, 2008 8:20 AM To: winget-wingate@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [WINGET-WINGATE] William Wingate, Delaware, B 1774 Thats great, Suzanne! I'm so glad it could help. Let me know what you find, I'd love to know.

    01/29/2008 11:43:36
    1. Re: [WINGET-WINGATE] William Wingate, Delaware, B 1774
    2. Leslie Oldham
    3. On Jan 28, 2008, at 9:57 AM, Tammy Winget wrote: > Dear Leslie, > > I have found it extremely helpful to map out information as I'm > digging. I > use GenPro-- but also have used good ol' pen and paper to draw out > trees. > The Wingates were very good about naming their sons after their > brothers, > fathers, uncles so it quickly gets very confusing:) I try to record > all the > family I see as I'm looking so I don't get mixed up. If you note > where they > are living and when they were living there, then patterns start to > jump out > at you. I'm sure you will crack it! It would also help to map > Caleb's > sons in New Jersey and any information on their sons and then as you > work up > it will fit in-- like doing the top border of a puzzle and then > having that > big chunk in the middle click in! It also keeps me from getting the > blues > when I get stuck! Good Luck. > > All the best, > Tamara > > On Jan 28, 2008 10:35 AM, Leslie Oldham <doldham@cut.net> wrote: > >> >> On Jan 27, 2008, at 4:13 PM, Tammy Winget wrote: >> >>> Dear Leslie, >>> >>> There is a 19th century book on the Wingate's of N.Hampshire written >>> by >>> Charles Wingate. I got my copy on line so you should be able to >>> find one >>> there or at a genealogy library. It is very well researched and I >>> have >>> found only a few errors in it. I don't have the full copy at my >>> fingertips >>> but I can see from my notes that it is CLEAR John's son CALEB >>> Wingate was >>> born abt 1673 in New Hampshire and died in New Jersey. He had at >>> least 9 >>> children, at least 5 boys, born in New Jersey between 1706-1721. >>> John, >>> Benjamin, Henry, Reuben, & Joseph. If they each had 9 children, >>> well, its >>> not rocket science to see why by the 1790 Census there are over 100 >>> households of Wingates in New Jersey! >>> >>> I would think it highly likely that your John comes through one of >>> these >>> five brothers. I'm sure you know this but keep in mind that Wingate >>> and >>> Winget are frequently interchangeable and you almost always have to >>> research >>> both. Several of Caleb's branches resorted to Winget early on and >>> seemed >>> to stick with it, but in most branches it goes back and forth. It >>> might >>> even help as a clue to see which brother spelled it which way. In >>> my tree >>> it has helped on occasion. Don't be discouraged; Thomas Jefferson >>> said an >>> educated person could spell their surname at least three different >>> ways!! >>> For example-- In my Branch from 1830-1920 it was Wingate, Wyngate, >>> and then >>> Winget stuck! Good Luck. Happy Hunting:) >>> >>> Best regards, >>> Tamara Winget >>> >>> On Jan 27, 2008 4:47 PM, Leslie Oldham <doldham@cut.net> wrote: >>> >>>> >>>> On Jan 25, 2008, at 6:50 PM, Tammy Winget wrote: >>>> >>>>> Dear Suzanne, >>>>> >>>>> Once upon a time, between the years 1624-1639, there were three >>>>> John >>>>> Wingates--All three were Ancestors of the Wingates in the >>>>> Colonies. >>>>> One was >>>>> born in Glasgow, Scotland and the other two cousins born in >>>>> Bedfordshire, >>>>> England. Likely, even the Scottish John is related to >>>>> Bedfordshire >>>>> Wingates >>>>> as Burkes heraldry links both lines with the same crests and >>>>> similarities in >>>>> Shields. >>>>> >>>>> Within the remaining 17th century, (1)*Scottish John * >>>>> immigrates to >>>>> Maryland, *(2)Bedfordshire John* immigrates to New Hampshire, and >>>>> his >>>>> (3)*cousin >>>>> Bedfordshire John* (and for sure this John's son, Charles), >>>>> immigrates to >>>>> Virginia and North Carolina. (As well as another Bedfordshire >>>>> cousin >>>>> named >>>>> Edward) There were many interest for the family in the new >>>>> colonies. >>>>> Their Uncle was Roger Wingate, the 1st Treasurer of Virginia. The >>>>> other >>>>> John's father was the famous scientist, mathematician and lawyer >>>>> named >>>>> Edmund, who contracted the plague in England and died without a >>>>> will-- this >>>>> John was not the oldest and therefore gets no inheritance. Time >>>>> to >>>>> leave >>>>> England!! Lord John Popham, Chief Justice of England, was >>>>> aligned >>>>> with the >>>>> Wingates and a leading member of the Plymouth Colony. Easy to see >>>>> the >>>>> attraction to the new world. There were also familial connections >>>>> to Sir >>>>> Raleigh-- John John and John grew up hearing the exploits of >>>>> Raleigh's >>>>> colonial adventure, so its easy to imagine the attraction to the >>>>> new >>>>> world. >>>>> >>>>> Your line would be from the Scottish John who immigrates to >>>>> Maryland. We >>>>> know his son Phillip died in Maryland. Then, at least three of >>>>> Phillips >>>>> children are born or settle in Sussex Co, DELAWARE. If Phillip >>>>> had >>>>> any >>>>> other brothers or cousins that might have immigrated to >>>>> Deleware, I >>>>> don't >>>>> know of them. Doesn't mean they don't exist. One of Phillips >>>>> son's, JOHN >>>>> Wingate was born in 1737. He is in my opinion the most likely >>>>> candidate >>>>> for your William's Father. He has children b. between 1760's >>>>> thru >>>>> 1780's. >>>>> John *is* Henry Wingate's (b abt 1768) father. This is where >>>>> you >>>>> can >>>>> focus your search to verify whether your William is actually >>>>> John's >>>>> son. >>>>> It's possible he could be the son of one of John's brother's, >>>>> either >>>>> Thomas >>>>> or Phillip Jr, but I don't seem to have their children >>>>> researched so >>>>> I can't >>>>> tell you for sure. It is also important to your story, I >>>>> think, to >>>>> know >>>>> that John's Son Henry Wingate* immigrated to Kentucky*, had >>>>> several >>>>> children >>>>> in Deleware, one in Ohio and at least two of his younger >>>>> children in >>>>> Kentucky, and died in 1849 in Kentucky. He is the only other >>>>> one in >>>>> my >>>>> notes that immigrates to Kentucky. Sounds like he and William >>>>> had a >>>>> lot in >>>>> common, were most likely brothers-- but possibly cousins.They are >>>>> only 6 >>>>> yrs apart in age, living and dieing in the same immigration >>>>> pattern. >>>>> >>>>> If my guess is right, that would make your line look like this: >>>>> William>John>Phillip>Thomas b. in Maryland>Thomas b. in >>>>> Scotland>John of >>>>> Glasgow, Scotland >>>>> >>>>> My ancestry is through Edmund Wingate of Bedfordshire so I have >>>>> much >>>>> more >>>>> information on that branch as opposed to the Scottish line. Yours >>>>> is >>>>> however, a fascinating lineage. The Scottish Wingate's owned >>>>> shipping lines >>>>> in Glasgow, and their descendants included the famous Orde >>>>> Wingate, >>>>> and Sir >>>>> William. I hope this helped a little. >>>>> >>>>> Best regards, your cousin >>>>> Tamara Winget >>>>> >>>>> >>>>> >>>>> >>>>> >>>>> On Jan 24, 2008 5:54 PM, Suzanne Russell <auntsue@twlakes.net> >>>>> wrote: >>>>> >>>>>> I am new to this list, seeking information about William Wingate >>>>>> who was >>>>>> born in Delaware about 1774. I have a lead that his father may >>>>>> have been >>>>>> Henry Wingate, and the census record below may be Henry. >>>>>> >>>>>> >>>>>> >>>>>> CENSUS RECORDS: 1800 Broad Creek Hundred, Sussex County, Delaware >>>>>> page 391 >>>>>> >>>>>> >>>>>> >>>>>> Henery WINGETT 4 males under 10, 1 male 10 to 16, 1 male 16 to >>>>>> 26, >>>>>> 1 male >>>>>> 26 to 45, 1 female under 10, 1 female 16 to 26, 1 female 26 to >>>>>> 45, 1 >>>>>> female >>>>>> over 45 >>>>>> >>>>>> >>>>>> >>>>>> If anyone has any helpful information about this family, I will >>>>>> be >>>>>> very >>>>>> grateful. My William married Sarah Chase, daughter of William >>>>>> Chase >>>>>> from >>>>>> Duck Creek Hundred, Kent County, Delaware. Sarah and William >>>>>> lived in >>>>>> Queen >>>>>> Anne's County, Maryland until about 1814 when they left there and >>>>>> settled >>>>>> in >>>>>> Boone County, Kentucky. Their first three children were born in >>>>>> QAC. >>>>>> >>>>>> >>>>>> >>>>>> Thanks, >>>>>> >>>>>> Suzanne Russell >>>>>> >>>>>> >>>>>> ------------------------------- >>>>>> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to >>>>>> WINGET-WINGATE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' >>>>>> without >>>>>> the quotes in the subject and the body of the message >>>>>> >>>>> >>>>> >>>>> >>>>> -- >>>>> Tamara Winget >>>>> Troy, Virginia >>>>> >>>>> ------------------------------- >>>>> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to >>>> WINGET-WINGATE-request@rootsweb.com >>>>> with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and >>>>> the body of the message >>>>> >>>>> ______________________________________________________________________ >>>>> This e-mail has been scanned by Cut.Net Managed Email Content >>>>> Service, using Skeptic(tm) technology powered by MessageLabs. For >>>>> more information on Cut.Nets Content Service, visit http://www.cut.net >>>>> ______________________________________________________________________ >>>>> >>>> >>>> Dear Tamara: I hope you don't mind my writing--your email came >>>> to my >>>> attention as I am searching for Wingates also. The last Wingate I >>>> have is John Wingate, born about 1768 in New Jersey and married >>>> Abigail_____ (b. 1770), also from New Jersey) >>>> Do you have anyone in those 3 lines that might fit into this >>>> category? They both died in Indiana (Scott County). I would so >>>> appreciate any help on this line. Thanks Leslie O,. >>>> >>>> >>>> ------------------------------- >>>> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to >>>> WINGET-WINGATE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' >>>> without >>>> the quotes in the subject and the body of the message >>>> >>> >>> >>> >>> -- >>> Tamara Winget >>> Troy, Virginia >>> >>> ------------------------------- >>> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to >> WINGET-WINGATE-request@rootsweb.com >>> with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and >>> the body of the message >>> >>> ______________________________________________________________________ >>> This e-mail has been scanned by Cut.Net Managed Email Content >>> Service, using Skeptic(tm) technology powered by MessageLabs. For >>> more information on Cut.Nets Content Service, visit http://www.cut.net >>> ______________________________________________________________________ >> >> Tamara; You have given me such a boost. You know, for years I kept >> seeing Caleb Winget on the internet--and just kept deleting it >> thinking we had no such connection. Now, from what you say, I should >> have looked into it. Thanks for the leads. I will check the >> library; >> but also use a few other sources to try and connect. Thanks again >> for your help. Leslie O. >>> >>> >> >> >> ------------------------------- >> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to >> WINGET-WINGATE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' >> without >> the quotes in the subject and the body of the message >> > > > > -- > Tamara Winget > Troy, Virginia > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to WINGET-WINGATE-request@rootsweb.com > with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and > the body of the message > > ______________________________________________________________________ > This e-mail has been scanned by Cut.Net Managed Email Content > Service, using Skeptic(tm) technology powered by MessageLabs. For > more information on Cut.Nets Content Service, visit http://www.cut.net > ______________________________________________________________________ > Thanks so much for your encouragement! I will keep you posted. Leslie

    01/29/2008 09:45:29
    1. Re: [WINGET-WINGATE] William Wingate, Delaware, B 1774
    2. Tammy Winget
    3. Dear Leslie, I have found it extremely helpful to map out information as I'm digging. I use GenPro-- but also have used good ol' pen and paper to draw out trees. The Wingates were very good about naming their sons after their brothers, fathers, uncles so it quickly gets very confusing:) I try to record all the family I see as I'm looking so I don't get mixed up. If you note where they are living and when they were living there, then patterns start to jump out at you. I'm sure you will crack it! It would also help to map Caleb's sons in New Jersey and any information on their sons and then as you work up it will fit in-- like doing the top border of a puzzle and then having that big chunk in the middle click in! It also keeps me from getting the blues when I get stuck! Good Luck. All the best, Tamara On Jan 28, 2008 10:35 AM, Leslie Oldham <doldham@cut.net> wrote: > > On Jan 27, 2008, at 4:13 PM, Tammy Winget wrote: > > > Dear Leslie, > > > > There is a 19th century book on the Wingate's of N.Hampshire written > > by > > Charles Wingate. I got my copy on line so you should be able to > > find one > > there or at a genealogy library. It is very well researched and I > > have > > found only a few errors in it. I don't have the full copy at my > > fingertips > > but I can see from my notes that it is CLEAR John's son CALEB > > Wingate was > > born abt 1673 in New Hampshire and died in New Jersey. He had at > > least 9 > > children, at least 5 boys, born in New Jersey between 1706-1721. > > John, > > Benjamin, Henry, Reuben, & Joseph. If they each had 9 children, > > well, its > > not rocket science to see why by the 1790 Census there are over 100 > > households of Wingates in New Jersey! > > > > I would think it highly likely that your John comes through one of > > these > > five brothers. I'm sure you know this but keep in mind that Wingate > > and > > Winget are frequently interchangeable and you almost always have to > > research > > both. Several of Caleb's branches resorted to Winget early on and > > seemed > > to stick with it, but in most branches it goes back and forth. It > > might > > even help as a clue to see which brother spelled it which way. In > > my tree > > it has helped on occasion. Don't be discouraged; Thomas Jefferson > > said an > > educated person could spell their surname at least three different > > ways!! > > For example-- In my Branch from 1830-1920 it was Wingate, Wyngate, > > and then > > Winget stuck! Good Luck. Happy Hunting:) > > > > Best regards, > > Tamara Winget > > > > On Jan 27, 2008 4:47 PM, Leslie Oldham <doldham@cut.net> wrote: > > > >> > >> On Jan 25, 2008, at 6:50 PM, Tammy Winget wrote: > >> > >>> Dear Suzanne, > >>> > >>> Once upon a time, between the years 1624-1639, there were three John > >>> Wingates--All three were Ancestors of the Wingates in the Colonies. > >>> One was > >>> born in Glasgow, Scotland and the other two cousins born in > >>> Bedfordshire, > >>> England. Likely, even the Scottish John is related to Bedfordshire > >>> Wingates > >>> as Burkes heraldry links both lines with the same crests and > >>> similarities in > >>> Shields. > >>> > >>> Within the remaining 17th century, (1)*Scottish John * immigrates to > >>> Maryland, *(2)Bedfordshire John* immigrates to New Hampshire, and > >>> his > >>> (3)*cousin > >>> Bedfordshire John* (and for sure this John's son, Charles), > >>> immigrates to > >>> Virginia and North Carolina. (As well as another Bedfordshire cousin > >>> named > >>> Edward) There were many interest for the family in the new > >>> colonies. > >>> Their Uncle was Roger Wingate, the 1st Treasurer of Virginia. The > >>> other > >>> John's father was the famous scientist, mathematician and lawyer > >>> named > >>> Edmund, who contracted the plague in England and died without a > >>> will-- this > >>> John was not the oldest and therefore gets no inheritance. Time to > >>> leave > >>> England!! Lord John Popham, Chief Justice of England, was aligned > >>> with the > >>> Wingates and a leading member of the Plymouth Colony. Easy to see > >>> the > >>> attraction to the new world. There were also familial connections > >>> to Sir > >>> Raleigh-- John John and John grew up hearing the exploits of > >>> Raleigh's > >>> colonial adventure, so its easy to imagine the attraction to the new > >>> world. > >>> > >>> Your line would be from the Scottish John who immigrates to > >>> Maryland. We > >>> know his son Phillip died in Maryland. Then, at least three of > >>> Phillips > >>> children are born or settle in Sussex Co, DELAWARE. If Phillip had > >>> any > >>> other brothers or cousins that might have immigrated to Deleware, I > >>> don't > >>> know of them. Doesn't mean they don't exist. One of Phillips > >>> son's, JOHN > >>> Wingate was born in 1737. He is in my opinion the most likely > >>> candidate > >>> for your William's Father. He has children b. between 1760's thru > >>> 1780's. > >>> John *is* Henry Wingate's (b abt 1768) father. This is where you > >>> can > >>> focus your search to verify whether your William is actually John's > >>> son. > >>> It's possible he could be the son of one of John's brother's, either > >>> Thomas > >>> or Phillip Jr, but I don't seem to have their children researched so > >>> I can't > >>> tell you for sure. It is also important to your story, I think, to > >>> know > >>> that John's Son Henry Wingate* immigrated to Kentucky*, had several > >>> children > >>> in Deleware, one in Ohio and at least two of his younger children in > >>> Kentucky, and died in 1849 in Kentucky. He is the only other one in > >>> my > >>> notes that immigrates to Kentucky. Sounds like he and William had a > >>> lot in > >>> common, were most likely brothers-- but possibly cousins.They are > >>> only 6 > >>> yrs apart in age, living and dieing in the same immigration pattern. > >>> > >>> If my guess is right, that would make your line look like this: > >>> William>John>Phillip>Thomas b. in Maryland>Thomas b. in > >>> Scotland>John of > >>> Glasgow, Scotland > >>> > >>> My ancestry is through Edmund Wingate of Bedfordshire so I have much > >>> more > >>> information on that branch as opposed to the Scottish line. Yours > >>> is > >>> however, a fascinating lineage. The Scottish Wingate's owned > >>> shipping lines > >>> in Glasgow, and their descendants included the famous Orde Wingate, > >>> and Sir > >>> William. I hope this helped a little. > >>> > >>> Best regards, your cousin > >>> Tamara Winget > >>> > >>> > >>> > >>> > >>> > >>> On Jan 24, 2008 5:54 PM, Suzanne Russell <auntsue@twlakes.net> > >>> wrote: > >>> > >>>> I am new to this list, seeking information about William Wingate > >>>> who was > >>>> born in Delaware about 1774. I have a lead that his father may > >>>> have been > >>>> Henry Wingate, and the census record below may be Henry. > >>>> > >>>> > >>>> > >>>> CENSUS RECORDS: 1800 Broad Creek Hundred, Sussex County, Delaware > >>>> page 391 > >>>> > >>>> > >>>> > >>>> Henery WINGETT 4 males under 10, 1 male 10 to 16, 1 male 16 to 26, > >>>> 1 male > >>>> 26 to 45, 1 female under 10, 1 female 16 to 26, 1 female 26 to > >>>> 45, 1 > >>>> female > >>>> over 45 > >>>> > >>>> > >>>> > >>>> If anyone has any helpful information about this family, I will be > >>>> very > >>>> grateful. My William married Sarah Chase, daughter of William Chase > >>>> from > >>>> Duck Creek Hundred, Kent County, Delaware. Sarah and William > >>>> lived in > >>>> Queen > >>>> Anne's County, Maryland until about 1814 when they left there and > >>>> settled > >>>> in > >>>> Boone County, Kentucky. Their first three children were born in > >>>> QAC. > >>>> > >>>> > >>>> > >>>> Thanks, > >>>> > >>>> Suzanne Russell > >>>> > >>>> > >>>> ------------------------------- > >>>> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > >>>> WINGET-WINGATE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' > >>>> without > >>>> the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > >>>> > >>> > >>> > >>> > >>> -- > >>> Tamara Winget > >>> Troy, Virginia > >>> > >>> ------------------------------- > >>> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > >> WINGET-WINGATE-request@rootsweb.com > >>> with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and > >>> the body of the message > >>> > >>> ______________________________________________________________________ > >>> This e-mail has been scanned by Cut.Net Managed Email Content > >>> Service, using Skeptic(tm) technology powered by MessageLabs. For > >>> more information on Cut.Nets Content Service, visit http://www.cut.net > >>> ______________________________________________________________________ > >>> > >> > >> Dear Tamara: I hope you don't mind my writing--your email came to my > >> attention as I am searching for Wingates also. The last Wingate I > >> have is John Wingate, born about 1768 in New Jersey and married > >> Abigail_____ (b. 1770), also from New Jersey) > >> Do you have anyone in those 3 lines that might fit into this > >> category? They both died in Indiana (Scott County). I would so > >> appreciate any help on this line. Thanks Leslie O,. > >> > >> > >> ------------------------------- > >> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > >> WINGET-WINGATE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' > >> without > >> the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > >> > > > > > > > > -- > > Tamara Winget > > Troy, Virginia > > > > ------------------------------- > > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > WINGET-WINGATE-request@rootsweb.com > > with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and > > the body of the message > > > > ______________________________________________________________________ > > This e-mail has been scanned by Cut.Net Managed Email Content > > Service, using Skeptic(tm) technology powered by MessageLabs. For > > more information on Cut.Nets Content Service, visit http://www.cut.net > > ______________________________________________________________________ > > Tamara; You have given me such a boost. You know, for years I kept > seeing Caleb Winget on the internet--and just kept deleting it > thinking we had no such connection. Now, from what you say, I should > have looked into it. Thanks for the leads. I will check the library; > but also use a few other sources to try and connect. Thanks again > for your help. Leslie O. > > > > > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > WINGET-WINGATE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without > the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > -- Tamara Winget Troy, Virginia

    01/28/2008 04:57:24
    1. Re: [WINGET-WINGATE] William Wingate, Delaware, B 1774
    2. Leslie Oldham
    3. On Jan 27, 2008, at 4:13 PM, Tammy Winget wrote: > Dear Leslie, > > There is a 19th century book on the Wingate's of N.Hampshire written > by > Charles Wingate. I got my copy on line so you should be able to > find one > there or at a genealogy library. It is very well researched and I > have > found only a few errors in it. I don't have the full copy at my > fingertips > but I can see from my notes that it is CLEAR John's son CALEB > Wingate was > born abt 1673 in New Hampshire and died in New Jersey. He had at > least 9 > children, at least 5 boys, born in New Jersey between 1706-1721. > John, > Benjamin, Henry, Reuben, & Joseph. If they each had 9 children, > well, its > not rocket science to see why by the 1790 Census there are over 100 > households of Wingates in New Jersey! > > I would think it highly likely that your John comes through one of > these > five brothers. I'm sure you know this but keep in mind that Wingate > and > Winget are frequently interchangeable and you almost always have to > research > both. Several of Caleb's branches resorted to Winget early on and > seemed > to stick with it, but in most branches it goes back and forth. It > might > even help as a clue to see which brother spelled it which way. In > my tree > it has helped on occasion. Don't be discouraged; Thomas Jefferson > said an > educated person could spell their surname at least three different > ways!! > For example-- In my Branch from 1830-1920 it was Wingate, Wyngate, > and then > Winget stuck! Good Luck. Happy Hunting:) > > Best regards, > Tamara Winget > > On Jan 27, 2008 4:47 PM, Leslie Oldham <doldham@cut.net> wrote: > >> >> On Jan 25, 2008, at 6:50 PM, Tammy Winget wrote: >> >>> Dear Suzanne, >>> >>> Once upon a time, between the years 1624-1639, there were three John >>> Wingates--All three were Ancestors of the Wingates in the Colonies. >>> One was >>> born in Glasgow, Scotland and the other two cousins born in >>> Bedfordshire, >>> England. Likely, even the Scottish John is related to Bedfordshire >>> Wingates >>> as Burkes heraldry links both lines with the same crests and >>> similarities in >>> Shields. >>> >>> Within the remaining 17th century, (1)*Scottish John * immigrates to >>> Maryland, *(2)Bedfordshire John* immigrates to New Hampshire, and >>> his >>> (3)*cousin >>> Bedfordshire John* (and for sure this John's son, Charles), >>> immigrates to >>> Virginia and North Carolina. (As well as another Bedfordshire cousin >>> named >>> Edward) There were many interest for the family in the new >>> colonies. >>> Their Uncle was Roger Wingate, the 1st Treasurer of Virginia. The >>> other >>> John's father was the famous scientist, mathematician and lawyer >>> named >>> Edmund, who contracted the plague in England and died without a >>> will-- this >>> John was not the oldest and therefore gets no inheritance. Time to >>> leave >>> England!! Lord John Popham, Chief Justice of England, was aligned >>> with the >>> Wingates and a leading member of the Plymouth Colony. Easy to see >>> the >>> attraction to the new world. There were also familial connections >>> to Sir >>> Raleigh-- John John and John grew up hearing the exploits of >>> Raleigh's >>> colonial adventure, so its easy to imagine the attraction to the new >>> world. >>> >>> Your line would be from the Scottish John who immigrates to >>> Maryland. We >>> know his son Phillip died in Maryland. Then, at least three of >>> Phillips >>> children are born or settle in Sussex Co, DELAWARE. If Phillip had >>> any >>> other brothers or cousins that might have immigrated to Deleware, I >>> don't >>> know of them. Doesn't mean they don't exist. One of Phillips >>> son's, JOHN >>> Wingate was born in 1737. He is in my opinion the most likely >>> candidate >>> for your William's Father. He has children b. between 1760's thru >>> 1780's. >>> John *is* Henry Wingate's (b abt 1768) father. This is where you >>> can >>> focus your search to verify whether your William is actually John's >>> son. >>> It's possible he could be the son of one of John's brother's, either >>> Thomas >>> or Phillip Jr, but I don't seem to have their children researched so >>> I can't >>> tell you for sure. It is also important to your story, I think, to >>> know >>> that John's Son Henry Wingate* immigrated to Kentucky*, had several >>> children >>> in Deleware, one in Ohio and at least two of his younger children in >>> Kentucky, and died in 1849 in Kentucky. He is the only other one in >>> my >>> notes that immigrates to Kentucky. Sounds like he and William had a >>> lot in >>> common, were most likely brothers-- but possibly cousins.They are >>> only 6 >>> yrs apart in age, living and dieing in the same immigration pattern. >>> >>> If my guess is right, that would make your line look like this: >>> William>John>Phillip>Thomas b. in Maryland>Thomas b. in >>> Scotland>John of >>> Glasgow, Scotland >>> >>> My ancestry is through Edmund Wingate of Bedfordshire so I have much >>> more >>> information on that branch as opposed to the Scottish line. Yours >>> is >>> however, a fascinating lineage. The Scottish Wingate's owned >>> shipping lines >>> in Glasgow, and their descendants included the famous Orde Wingate, >>> and Sir >>> William. I hope this helped a little. >>> >>> Best regards, your cousin >>> Tamara Winget >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> >>> On Jan 24, 2008 5:54 PM, Suzanne Russell <auntsue@twlakes.net> >>> wrote: >>> >>>> I am new to this list, seeking information about William Wingate >>>> who was >>>> born in Delaware about 1774. I have a lead that his father may >>>> have been >>>> Henry Wingate, and the census record below may be Henry. >>>> >>>> >>>> >>>> CENSUS RECORDS: 1800 Broad Creek Hundred, Sussex County, Delaware >>>> page 391 >>>> >>>> >>>> >>>> Henery WINGETT 4 males under 10, 1 male 10 to 16, 1 male 16 to 26, >>>> 1 male >>>> 26 to 45, 1 female under 10, 1 female 16 to 26, 1 female 26 to >>>> 45, 1 >>>> female >>>> over 45 >>>> >>>> >>>> >>>> If anyone has any helpful information about this family, I will be >>>> very >>>> grateful. My William married Sarah Chase, daughter of William Chase >>>> from >>>> Duck Creek Hundred, Kent County, Delaware. Sarah and William >>>> lived in >>>> Queen >>>> Anne's County, Maryland until about 1814 when they left there and >>>> settled >>>> in >>>> Boone County, Kentucky. Their first three children were born in >>>> QAC. >>>> >>>> >>>> >>>> Thanks, >>>> >>>> Suzanne Russell >>>> >>>> >>>> ------------------------------- >>>> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to >>>> WINGET-WINGATE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' >>>> without >>>> the quotes in the subject and the body of the message >>>> >>> >>> >>> >>> -- >>> Tamara Winget >>> Troy, Virginia >>> >>> ------------------------------- >>> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to >> WINGET-WINGATE-request@rootsweb.com >>> with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and >>> the body of the message >>> >>> ______________________________________________________________________ >>> This e-mail has been scanned by Cut.Net Managed Email Content >>> Service, using Skeptic(tm) technology powered by MessageLabs. For >>> more information on Cut.Nets Content Service, visit http://www.cut.net >>> ______________________________________________________________________ >>> >> >> Dear Tamara: I hope you don't mind my writing--your email came to my >> attention as I am searching for Wingates also. The last Wingate I >> have is John Wingate, born about 1768 in New Jersey and married >> Abigail_____ (b. 1770), also from New Jersey) >> Do you have anyone in those 3 lines that might fit into this >> category? They both died in Indiana (Scott County). I would so >> appreciate any help on this line. Thanks Leslie O,. >> >> >> ------------------------------- >> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to >> WINGET-WINGATE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' >> without >> the quotes in the subject and the body of the message >> > > > > -- > Tamara Winget > Troy, Virginia > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to WINGET-WINGATE-request@rootsweb.com > with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and > the body of the message > > ______________________________________________________________________ > This e-mail has been scanned by Cut.Net Managed Email Content > Service, using Skeptic(tm) technology powered by MessageLabs. For > more information on Cut.Nets Content Service, visit http://www.cut.net > ______________________________________________________________________ Tamara; You have given me such a boost. You know, for years I kept seeing Caleb Winget on the internet--and just kept deleting it thinking we had no such connection. Now, from what you say, I should have looked into it. Thanks for the leads. I will check the library; but also use a few other sources to try and connect. Thanks again for your help. Leslie O. > >

    01/28/2008 01:35:24
    1. Re: [WINGET-WINGATE] William Wingate, Delaware, B 1774
    2. Tammy Winget
    3. Dear Leslie, There is a 19th century book on the Wingate's of N.Hampshire written by Charles Wingate. I got my copy on line so you should be able to find one there or at a genealogy library. It is very well researched and I have found only a few errors in it. I don't have the full copy at my fingertips but I can see from my notes that it is CLEAR John's son CALEB Wingate was born abt 1673 in New Hampshire and died in New Jersey. He had at least 9 children, at least 5 boys, born in New Jersey between 1706-1721. John, Benjamin, Henry, Reuben, & Joseph. If they each had 9 children, well, its not rocket science to see why by the 1790 Census there are over 100 households of Wingates in New Jersey! I would think it highly likely that your John comes through one of these five brothers. I'm sure you know this but keep in mind that Wingate and Winget are frequently interchangeable and you almost always have to research both. Several of Caleb's branches resorted to Winget early on and seemed to stick with it, but in most branches it goes back and forth. It might even help as a clue to see which brother spelled it which way. In my tree it has helped on occasion. Don't be discouraged; Thomas Jefferson said an educated person could spell their surname at least three different ways!! For example-- In my Branch from 1830-1920 it was Wingate, Wyngate, and then Winget stuck! Good Luck. Happy Hunting:) Best regards, Tamara Winget On Jan 27, 2008 4:47 PM, Leslie Oldham <doldham@cut.net> wrote: > > On Jan 25, 2008, at 6:50 PM, Tammy Winget wrote: > > > Dear Suzanne, > > > > Once upon a time, between the years 1624-1639, there were three John > > Wingates--All three were Ancestors of the Wingates in the Colonies. > > One was > > born in Glasgow, Scotland and the other two cousins born in > > Bedfordshire, > > England. Likely, even the Scottish John is related to Bedfordshire > > Wingates > > as Burkes heraldry links both lines with the same crests and > > similarities in > > Shields. > > > > Within the remaining 17th century, (1)*Scottish John * immigrates to > > Maryland, *(2)Bedfordshire John* immigrates to New Hampshire, and his > > (3)*cousin > > Bedfordshire John* (and for sure this John's son, Charles), > > immigrates to > > Virginia and North Carolina. (As well as another Bedfordshire cousin > > named > > Edward) There were many interest for the family in the new colonies. > > Their Uncle was Roger Wingate, the 1st Treasurer of Virginia. The > > other > > John's father was the famous scientist, mathematician and lawyer named > > Edmund, who contracted the plague in England and died without a > > will-- this > > John was not the oldest and therefore gets no inheritance. Time to > > leave > > England!! Lord John Popham, Chief Justice of England, was aligned > > with the > > Wingates and a leading member of the Plymouth Colony. Easy to see the > > attraction to the new world. There were also familial connections > > to Sir > > Raleigh-- John John and John grew up hearing the exploits of Raleigh's > > colonial adventure, so its easy to imagine the attraction to the new > > world. > > > > Your line would be from the Scottish John who immigrates to > > Maryland. We > > know his son Phillip died in Maryland. Then, at least three of > > Phillips > > children are born or settle in Sussex Co, DELAWARE. If Phillip had > > any > > other brothers or cousins that might have immigrated to Deleware, I > > don't > > know of them. Doesn't mean they don't exist. One of Phillips > > son's, JOHN > > Wingate was born in 1737. He is in my opinion the most likely > > candidate > > for your William's Father. He has children b. between 1760's thru > > 1780's. > > John *is* Henry Wingate's (b abt 1768) father. This is where you > > can > > focus your search to verify whether your William is actually John's > > son. > > It's possible he could be the son of one of John's brother's, either > > Thomas > > or Phillip Jr, but I don't seem to have their children researched so > > I can't > > tell you for sure. It is also important to your story, I think, to > > know > > that John's Son Henry Wingate* immigrated to Kentucky*, had several > > children > > in Deleware, one in Ohio and at least two of his younger children in > > Kentucky, and died in 1849 in Kentucky. He is the only other one in > > my > > notes that immigrates to Kentucky. Sounds like he and William had a > > lot in > > common, were most likely brothers-- but possibly cousins.They are > > only 6 > > yrs apart in age, living and dieing in the same immigration pattern. > > > > If my guess is right, that would make your line look like this: > > William>John>Phillip>Thomas b. in Maryland>Thomas b. in > > Scotland>John of > > Glasgow, Scotland > > > > My ancestry is through Edmund Wingate of Bedfordshire so I have much > > more > > information on that branch as opposed to the Scottish line. Yours is > > however, a fascinating lineage. The Scottish Wingate's owned > > shipping lines > > in Glasgow, and their descendants included the famous Orde Wingate, > > and Sir > > William. I hope this helped a little. > > > > Best regards, your cousin > > Tamara Winget > > > > > > > > > > > > On Jan 24, 2008 5:54 PM, Suzanne Russell <auntsue@twlakes.net> wrote: > > > >> I am new to this list, seeking information about William Wingate > >> who was > >> born in Delaware about 1774. I have a lead that his father may > >> have been > >> Henry Wingate, and the census record below may be Henry. > >> > >> > >> > >> CENSUS RECORDS: 1800 Broad Creek Hundred, Sussex County, Delaware > >> page 391 > >> > >> > >> > >> Henery WINGETT 4 males under 10, 1 male 10 to 16, 1 male 16 to 26, > >> 1 male > >> 26 to 45, 1 female under 10, 1 female 16 to 26, 1 female 26 to 45, 1 > >> female > >> over 45 > >> > >> > >> > >> If anyone has any helpful information about this family, I will be > >> very > >> grateful. My William married Sarah Chase, daughter of William Chase > >> from > >> Duck Creek Hundred, Kent County, Delaware. Sarah and William lived in > >> Queen > >> Anne's County, Maryland until about 1814 when they left there and > >> settled > >> in > >> Boone County, Kentucky. Their first three children were born in QAC. > >> > >> > >> > >> Thanks, > >> > >> Suzanne Russell > >> > >> > >> ------------------------------- > >> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > >> WINGET-WINGATE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' > >> without > >> the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > >> > > > > > > > > -- > > Tamara Winget > > Troy, Virginia > > > > ------------------------------- > > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > WINGET-WINGATE-request@rootsweb.com > > with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and > > the body of the message > > > > ______________________________________________________________________ > > This e-mail has been scanned by Cut.Net Managed Email Content > > Service, using Skeptic(tm) technology powered by MessageLabs. For > > more information on Cut.Nets Content Service, visit http://www.cut.net > > ______________________________________________________________________ > > > > Dear Tamara: I hope you don't mind my writing--your email came to my > attention as I am searching for Wingates also. The last Wingate I > have is John Wingate, born about 1768 in New Jersey and married > Abigail_____ (b. 1770), also from New Jersey) > Do you have anyone in those 3 lines that might fit into this > category? They both died in Indiana (Scott County). I would so > appreciate any help on this line. Thanks Leslie O,. > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > WINGET-WINGATE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without > the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > -- Tamara Winget Troy, Virginia

    01/27/2008 11:13:00
    1. Re: [WINGET-WINGATE] William Wingate, Delaware, B 1774
    2. Leslie Oldham
    3. On Jan 25, 2008, at 6:50 PM, Tammy Winget wrote: > Dear Suzanne, > > Once upon a time, between the years 1624-1639, there were three John > Wingates--All three were Ancestors of the Wingates in the Colonies. > One was > born in Glasgow, Scotland and the other two cousins born in > Bedfordshire, > England. Likely, even the Scottish John is related to Bedfordshire > Wingates > as Burkes heraldry links both lines with the same crests and > similarities in > Shields. > > Within the remaining 17th century, (1)*Scottish John * immigrates to > Maryland, *(2)Bedfordshire John* immigrates to New Hampshire, and his > (3)*cousin > Bedfordshire John* (and for sure this John's son, Charles), > immigrates to > Virginia and North Carolina. (As well as another Bedfordshire cousin > named > Edward) There were many interest for the family in the new colonies. > Their Uncle was Roger Wingate, the 1st Treasurer of Virginia. The > other > John's father was the famous scientist, mathematician and lawyer named > Edmund, who contracted the plague in England and died without a > will-- this > John was not the oldest and therefore gets no inheritance. Time to > leave > England!! Lord John Popham, Chief Justice of England, was aligned > with the > Wingates and a leading member of the Plymouth Colony. Easy to see the > attraction to the new world. There were also familial connections > to Sir > Raleigh-- John John and John grew up hearing the exploits of Raleigh's > colonial adventure, so its easy to imagine the attraction to the new > world. > > Your line would be from the Scottish John who immigrates to > Maryland. We > know his son Phillip died in Maryland. Then, at least three of > Phillips > children are born or settle in Sussex Co, DELAWARE. If Phillip had > any > other brothers or cousins that might have immigrated to Deleware, I > don't > know of them. Doesn't mean they don't exist. One of Phillips > son's, JOHN > Wingate was born in 1737. He is in my opinion the most likely > candidate > for your William's Father. He has children b. between 1760's thru > 1780's. > John *is* Henry Wingate's (b abt 1768) father. This is where you > can > focus your search to verify whether your William is actually John's > son. > It's possible he could be the son of one of John's brother's, either > Thomas > or Phillip Jr, but I don't seem to have their children researched so > I can't > tell you for sure. It is also important to your story, I think, to > know > that John's Son Henry Wingate* immigrated to Kentucky*, had several > children > in Deleware, one in Ohio and at least two of his younger children in > Kentucky, and died in 1849 in Kentucky. He is the only other one in > my > notes that immigrates to Kentucky. Sounds like he and William had a > lot in > common, were most likely brothers-- but possibly cousins.They are > only 6 > yrs apart in age, living and dieing in the same immigration pattern. > > If my guess is right, that would make your line look like this: > William>John>Phillip>Thomas b. in Maryland>Thomas b. in > Scotland>John of > Glasgow, Scotland > > My ancestry is through Edmund Wingate of Bedfordshire so I have much > more > information on that branch as opposed to the Scottish line. Yours is > however, a fascinating lineage. The Scottish Wingate's owned > shipping lines > in Glasgow, and their descendants included the famous Orde Wingate, > and Sir > William. I hope this helped a little. > > Best regards, your cousin > Tamara Winget > > > > > > On Jan 24, 2008 5:54 PM, Suzanne Russell <auntsue@twlakes.net> wrote: > >> I am new to this list, seeking information about William Wingate >> who was >> born in Delaware about 1774. I have a lead that his father may >> have been >> Henry Wingate, and the census record below may be Henry. >> >> >> >> CENSUS RECORDS: 1800 Broad Creek Hundred, Sussex County, Delaware >> page 391 >> >> >> >> Henery WINGETT 4 males under 10, 1 male 10 to 16, 1 male 16 to 26, >> 1 male >> 26 to 45, 1 female under 10, 1 female 16 to 26, 1 female 26 to 45, 1 >> female >> over 45 >> >> >> >> If anyone has any helpful information about this family, I will be >> very >> grateful. My William married Sarah Chase, daughter of William Chase >> from >> Duck Creek Hundred, Kent County, Delaware. Sarah and William lived in >> Queen >> Anne's County, Maryland until about 1814 when they left there and >> settled >> in >> Boone County, Kentucky. Their first three children were born in QAC. >> >> >> >> Thanks, >> >> Suzanne Russell >> >> >> ------------------------------- >> To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to >> WINGET-WINGATE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' >> without >> the quotes in the subject and the body of the message >> > > > > -- > Tamara Winget > Troy, Virginia > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to WINGET-WINGATE-request@rootsweb.com > with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and > the body of the message > > ______________________________________________________________________ > This e-mail has been scanned by Cut.Net Managed Email Content > Service, using Skeptic(tm) technology powered by MessageLabs. For > more information on Cut.Nets Content Service, visit http://www.cut.net > ______________________________________________________________________ > Dear Tamara: I hope you don't mind my writing--your email came to my attention as I am searching for Wingates also. The last Wingate I have is John Wingate, born about 1768 in New Jersey and married Abigail_____ (b. 1770), also from New Jersey) Do you have anyone in those 3 lines that might fit into this category? They both died in Indiana (Scott County). I would so appreciate any help on this line. Thanks Leslie O,.

    01/27/2008 07:47:37
    1. Re: [WINGET-WINGATE] William Wingate, Delaware, B 1774
    2. Tammy Winget
    3. Thats great, Suzanne! I'm so glad it could help. Let me know what you find, I'd love to know. On Jan 26, 2008 12:04 AM, Suzanne Russell <auntsue@twlakes.net> wrote: > Dear Tamara, > > This is VERY fascinating! I will go back to my Wingate records and see if > I > can make any connection with my William and the John you suggest. I will > let > you know what I find. > > Thanks a lot, > Suzanne > > -----Original Message----- > From: winget-wingate-bounces@rootsweb.com > [mailto:winget-wingate-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Tammy Winget > Sent: Friday, January 25, 2008 7:50 PM > To: winget-wingate@rootsweb.com > Subject: Re: [WINGET-WINGATE] William Wingate, Delaware, B 1774 > > Dear Suzanne, > > Once upon a time, between the years 1624-1639, there were three John > Wingates--All three were Ancestors of the Wingates in the Colonies. One > was > born in Glasgow, Scotland and the other two cousins born in Bedfordshire, > England. Likely, even the Scottish John is related to Bedfordshire > Wingates > as Burkes heraldry links both lines with the same crests and similarities > in > Shields. > > Within the remaining 17th century, (1)*Scottish John * immigrates to > Maryland, *(2)Bedfordshire John* immigrates to New Hampshire, and his > (3)*cousin > Bedfordshire John* (and for sure this John's son, Charles), immigrates to > Virginia and North Carolina. (As well as another Bedfordshire cousin named > Edward) There were many interest for the family in the new colonies. > Their Uncle was Roger Wingate, the 1st Treasurer of Virginia. The other > John's father was the famous scientist, mathematician and lawyer named > Edmund, who contracted the plague in England and died without a will-- > this > John was not the oldest and therefore gets no inheritance. Time to leave > England!! Lord John Popham, Chief Justice of England, was aligned with > the > Wingates and a leading member of the Plymouth Colony. Easy to see the > attraction to the new world. There were also familial connections to Sir > Raleigh-- John John and John grew up hearing the exploits of Raleigh's > colonial adventure, so its easy to imagine the attraction to the new > world. > > Your line would be from the Scottish John who immigrates to Maryland. We > know his son Phillip died in Maryland. Then, at least three of Phillips > children are born or settle in Sussex Co, DELAWARE. If Phillip had any > other brothers or cousins that might have immigrated to Deleware, I don't > know of them. Doesn't mean they don't exist. One of Phillips son's, JOHN > Wingate was born in 1737. He is in my opinion the most likely candidate > for your William's Father. He has children b. between 1760's thru > 1780's. > John *is* Henry Wingate's (b abt 1768) father. This is where you can > focus your search to verify whether your William is actually John's son. > It's possible he could be the son of one of John's brother's, either > Thomas > or Phillip Jr, but I don't seem to have their children researched so I > can't > tell you for sure. It is also important to your story, I think, to know > that John's Son Henry Wingate* immigrated to Kentucky*, had several > children > in Deleware, one in Ohio and at least two of his younger children in > Kentucky, and died in 1849 in Kentucky. He is the only other one in my > notes that immigrates to Kentucky. Sounds like he and William had a lot > in > common, were most likely brothers-- but possibly cousins.They are only 6 > yrs apart in age, living and dieing in the same immigration pattern. > > If my guess is right, that would make your line look like this: > William>John>Phillip>Thomas b. in Maryland>Thomas b. in Scotland>John of > Glasgow, Scotland > > My ancestry is through Edmund Wingate of Bedfordshire so I have much more > information on that branch as opposed to the Scottish line. Yours is > however, a fascinating lineage. The Scottish Wingate's owned shipping > lines > in Glasgow, and their descendants included the famous Orde Wingate, and > Sir > William. I hope this helped a little. > > Best regards, your cousin > Tamara Winget > > > > > > On Jan 24, 2008 5:54 PM, Suzanne Russell <auntsue@twlakes.net> wrote: > > > I am new to this list, seeking information about William Wingate who was > > born in Delaware about 1774. I have a lead that his father may have > been > > Henry Wingate, and the census record below may be Henry. > > > > > > > > CENSUS RECORDS: 1800 Broad Creek Hundred, Sussex County, Delaware page > 391 > > > > > > > > Henery WINGETT 4 males under 10, 1 male 10 to 16, 1 male 16 to 26, 1 > male > > 26 to 45, 1 female under 10, 1 female 16 to 26, 1 female 26 to 45, 1 > > female > > over 45 > > > > > > > > If anyone has any helpful information about this family, I will be very > > grateful. My William married Sarah Chase, daughter of William Chase from > > Duck Creek Hundred, Kent County, Delaware. Sarah and William lived in > > Queen > > Anne's County, Maryland until about 1814 when they left there and > settled > > in > > Boone County, Kentucky. Their first three children were born in QAC. > > > > > > > > Thanks, > > > > Suzanne Russell > > > > > > ------------------------------- > > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > > WINGET-WINGATE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without > > the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > > > > > -- > Tamara Winget > Troy, Virginia > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > WINGET-WINGATE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without > the > quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > WINGET-WINGATE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without > the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > -- Tamara Winget Troy, Virginia

    01/27/2008 02:19:43
    1. Re: [WINGET-WINGATE] William Wingate, Delaware, B 1774
    2. Suzanne Russell
    3. Dear Tamara, This is VERY fascinating! I will go back to my Wingate records and see if I can make any connection with my William and the John you suggest. I will let you know what I find. Thanks a lot, Suzanne -----Original Message----- From: winget-wingate-bounces@rootsweb.com [mailto:winget-wingate-bounces@rootsweb.com] On Behalf Of Tammy Winget Sent: Friday, January 25, 2008 7:50 PM To: winget-wingate@rootsweb.com Subject: Re: [WINGET-WINGATE] William Wingate, Delaware, B 1774 Dear Suzanne, Once upon a time, between the years 1624-1639, there were three John Wingates--All three were Ancestors of the Wingates in the Colonies. One was born in Glasgow, Scotland and the other two cousins born in Bedfordshire, England. Likely, even the Scottish John is related to Bedfordshire Wingates as Burkes heraldry links both lines with the same crests and similarities in Shields. Within the remaining 17th century, (1)*Scottish John * immigrates to Maryland, *(2)Bedfordshire John* immigrates to New Hampshire, and his (3)*cousin Bedfordshire John* (and for sure this John's son, Charles), immigrates to Virginia and North Carolina. (As well as another Bedfordshire cousin named Edward) There were many interest for the family in the new colonies. Their Uncle was Roger Wingate, the 1st Treasurer of Virginia. The other John's father was the famous scientist, mathematician and lawyer named Edmund, who contracted the plague in England and died without a will-- this John was not the oldest and therefore gets no inheritance. Time to leave England!! Lord John Popham, Chief Justice of England, was aligned with the Wingates and a leading member of the Plymouth Colony. Easy to see the attraction to the new world. There were also familial connections to Sir Raleigh-- John John and John grew up hearing the exploits of Raleigh's colonial adventure, so its easy to imagine the attraction to the new world. Your line would be from the Scottish John who immigrates to Maryland. We know his son Phillip died in Maryland. Then, at least three of Phillips children are born or settle in Sussex Co, DELAWARE. If Phillip had any other brothers or cousins that might have immigrated to Deleware, I don't know of them. Doesn't mean they don't exist. One of Phillips son's, JOHN Wingate was born in 1737. He is in my opinion the most likely candidate for your William's Father. He has children b. between 1760's thru 1780's. John *is* Henry Wingate's (b abt 1768) father. This is where you can focus your search to verify whether your William is actually John's son. It's possible he could be the son of one of John's brother's, either Thomas or Phillip Jr, but I don't seem to have their children researched so I can't tell you for sure. It is also important to your story, I think, to know that John's Son Henry Wingate* immigrated to Kentucky*, had several children in Deleware, one in Ohio and at least two of his younger children in Kentucky, and died in 1849 in Kentucky. He is the only other one in my notes that immigrates to Kentucky. Sounds like he and William had a lot in common, were most likely brothers-- but possibly cousins.They are only 6 yrs apart in age, living and dieing in the same immigration pattern. If my guess is right, that would make your line look like this: William>John>Phillip>Thomas b. in Maryland>Thomas b. in Scotland>John of Glasgow, Scotland My ancestry is through Edmund Wingate of Bedfordshire so I have much more information on that branch as opposed to the Scottish line. Yours is however, a fascinating lineage. The Scottish Wingate's owned shipping lines in Glasgow, and their descendants included the famous Orde Wingate, and Sir William. I hope this helped a little. Best regards, your cousin Tamara Winget On Jan 24, 2008 5:54 PM, Suzanne Russell <auntsue@twlakes.net> wrote: > I am new to this list, seeking information about William Wingate who was > born in Delaware about 1774. I have a lead that his father may have been > Henry Wingate, and the census record below may be Henry. > > > > CENSUS RECORDS: 1800 Broad Creek Hundred, Sussex County, Delaware page 391 > > > > Henery WINGETT 4 males under 10, 1 male 10 to 16, 1 male 16 to 26, 1 male > 26 to 45, 1 female under 10, 1 female 16 to 26, 1 female 26 to 45, 1 > female > over 45 > > > > If anyone has any helpful information about this family, I will be very > grateful. My William married Sarah Chase, daughter of William Chase from > Duck Creek Hundred, Kent County, Delaware. Sarah and William lived in > Queen > Anne's County, Maryland until about 1814 when they left there and settled > in > Boone County, Kentucky. Their first three children were born in QAC. > > > > Thanks, > > Suzanne Russell > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > WINGET-WINGATE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without > the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > -- Tamara Winget Troy, Virginia ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to WINGET-WINGATE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    01/25/2008 04:04:13
    1. Re: [WINGET-WINGATE] William Wingate, Delaware, B 1774
    2. Tammy Winget
    3. Dear Suzanne, Once upon a time, between the years 1624-1639, there were three John Wingates--All three were Ancestors of the Wingates in the Colonies. One was born in Glasgow, Scotland and the other two cousins born in Bedfordshire, England. Likely, even the Scottish John is related to Bedfordshire Wingates as Burkes heraldry links both lines with the same crests and similarities in Shields. Within the remaining 17th century, (1)*Scottish John * immigrates to Maryland, *(2)Bedfordshire John* immigrates to New Hampshire, and his (3)*cousin Bedfordshire John* (and for sure this John's son, Charles), immigrates to Virginia and North Carolina. (As well as another Bedfordshire cousin named Edward) There were many interest for the family in the new colonies. Their Uncle was Roger Wingate, the 1st Treasurer of Virginia. The other John's father was the famous scientist, mathematician and lawyer named Edmund, who contracted the plague in England and died without a will-- this John was not the oldest and therefore gets no inheritance. Time to leave England!! Lord John Popham, Chief Justice of England, was aligned with the Wingates and a leading member of the Plymouth Colony. Easy to see the attraction to the new world. There were also familial connections to Sir Raleigh-- John John and John grew up hearing the exploits of Raleigh's colonial adventure, so its easy to imagine the attraction to the new world. Your line would be from the Scottish John who immigrates to Maryland. We know his son Phillip died in Maryland. Then, at least three of Phillips children are born or settle in Sussex Co, DELAWARE. If Phillip had any other brothers or cousins that might have immigrated to Deleware, I don't know of them. Doesn't mean they don't exist. One of Phillips son's, JOHN Wingate was born in 1737. He is in my opinion the most likely candidate for your William's Father. He has children b. between 1760's thru 1780's. John *is* Henry Wingate's (b abt 1768) father. This is where you can focus your search to verify whether your William is actually John's son. It's possible he could be the son of one of John's brother's, either Thomas or Phillip Jr, but I don't seem to have their children researched so I can't tell you for sure. It is also important to your story, I think, to know that John's Son Henry Wingate* immigrated to Kentucky*, had several children in Deleware, one in Ohio and at least two of his younger children in Kentucky, and died in 1849 in Kentucky. He is the only other one in my notes that immigrates to Kentucky. Sounds like he and William had a lot in common, were most likely brothers-- but possibly cousins.They are only 6 yrs apart in age, living and dieing in the same immigration pattern. If my guess is right, that would make your line look like this: William>John>Phillip>Thomas b. in Maryland>Thomas b. in Scotland>John of Glasgow, Scotland My ancestry is through Edmund Wingate of Bedfordshire so I have much more information on that branch as opposed to the Scottish line. Yours is however, a fascinating lineage. The Scottish Wingate's owned shipping lines in Glasgow, and their descendants included the famous Orde Wingate, and Sir William. I hope this helped a little. Best regards, your cousin Tamara Winget On Jan 24, 2008 5:54 PM, Suzanne Russell <auntsue@twlakes.net> wrote: > I am new to this list, seeking information about William Wingate who was > born in Delaware about 1774. I have a lead that his father may have been > Henry Wingate, and the census record below may be Henry. > > > > CENSUS RECORDS: 1800 Broad Creek Hundred, Sussex County, Delaware page 391 > > > > Henery WINGETT 4 males under 10, 1 male 10 to 16, 1 male 16 to 26, 1 male > 26 to 45, 1 female under 10, 1 female 16 to 26, 1 female 26 to 45, 1 > female > over 45 > > > > If anyone has any helpful information about this family, I will be very > grateful. My William married Sarah Chase, daughter of William Chase from > Duck Creek Hundred, Kent County, Delaware. Sarah and William lived in > Queen > Anne's County, Maryland until about 1814 when they left there and settled > in > Boone County, Kentucky. Their first three children were born in QAC. > > > > Thanks, > > Suzanne Russell > > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to > WINGET-WINGATE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without > the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > -- Tamara Winget Troy, Virginia

    01/25/2008 01:50:29
    1. [WINGET-WINGATE] William Wingate, Delaware, B 1774
    2. Suzanne Russell
    3. I am new to this list, seeking information about William Wingate who was born in Delaware about 1774. I have a lead that his father may have been Henry Wingate, and the census record below may be Henry. CENSUS RECORDS: 1800 Broad Creek Hundred, Sussex County, Delaware page 391 Henery WINGETT 4 males under 10, 1 male 10 to 16, 1 male 16 to 26, 1 male 26 to 45, 1 female under 10, 1 female 16 to 26, 1 female 26 to 45, 1 female over 45 If anyone has any helpful information about this family, I will be very grateful. My William married Sarah Chase, daughter of William Chase from Duck Creek Hundred, Kent County, Delaware. Sarah and William lived in Queen Anne's County, Maryland until about 1814 when they left there and settled in Boone County, Kentucky. Their first three children were born in QAC. Thanks, Suzanne Russell

    01/24/2008 09:54:18
    1. Re: [WINGET-WINGATE] About the Wingate Books!! Links to download them!!
    2. Leslie Oldham
    3. On Apr 20, 2007, at 7:51 PM, Linda Gittinger Hickman wrote: > I'm sorry everyone, I guess the files are too large to go through > email. I guess I should have checked how large they were first! > What I > have done though is is uploaded them to a file sharing website. > You do > not have to join, give your email address, or give personal > information > to download a file. If you click on the links below, then scroll > to the > bottom of the page, there will be an animated orange arrow pointing > to a > link for the file. Just click on it and you can download the file. > Again, no personal information is required from you so if you are > asked > for it, you may have accidentally clicked on the wrong link. > > I'm sorry if this causes those of you who want the file any > inconvenience but I don't know of a better way. If you do, just > let me > know and I will be happy to try anything! > > Regards, > Linda > > > > *History of the Wingate Family - Charles E.L. Wingate .pdf > > *http://www.sendspace.com/file/l78999 > > > > *The Wingate-Winget family in America - Esther Mae Winget Warner.pdf > > *http://www.sendspace.com/file/uc2za0 > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to WINGET- > WINGATE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without > the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > ______________________________________________________________________ > This e-mail has been scanned by Cut.Net Managed Email Content > Service, using Skeptic(tm) technology powered by MessageLabs. For > more information on Cut.Nets Content Service, visit http://www.cut.net > ______________________________________________________________________ thanks so much, I was able to download them. Leslie O. >

    04/29/2007 11:56:21
    1. Re: [WINGET-WINGATE] Wingate Family Books in PDF
    2. Leslie Oldham
    3. On Apr 20, 2007, at 10:28 AM, Linda Gittinger Hickman wrote: > I'd be happy to send PDF files of the following Winget-Wingate > books to > anyone who's interested. > > Esther Mae Winget Warner > The Wingate-Winget family in America > Published 1931 - 207 pages > > Charles E. L. Wingate > History of the Wingate family in England and in America > Published 1886 - 292 pages > > Regards, > > Linda > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to WINGET- > WINGATE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without > the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > ______________________________________________________________________ > This e-mail has been scanned by Cut.Net Managed Email Content > Service, using Skeptic(tm) technology powered by MessageLabs. For > more information on Cut.Nets Content Service, visit http://www.cut.net > ______________________________________________________________________ Dear Linda: I just saw your post and that is such a generous offer-- can I take you up on it? I have hit several stumbling blocks in my Wingates. It just might be my answer. Thanks so much. Leslie Oldham >

    04/29/2007 10:50:24
    1. Re: [WINGET-WINGATE] Wingate Family Books in PDF
    2. Nancy Cunningham
    3. Linda, Thank You ,I will appreciate receiving a copy. Lizrodeo88us@yahoo.cpm Leslie Oldham <doldham@cut.net> wrote: On Apr 20, 2007, at 10:28 AM, Linda Gittinger Hickman wrote: > I'd be happy to send PDF files of the following Winget-Wingate > books to > anyone who's interested. > > Esther Mae Winget Warner > The Wingate-Winget family in America > Published 1931 - 207 pages > > Charles E. L. Wingate > History of the Wingate family in England and in America > Published 1886 - 292 pages > > Regards, > > Linda > > ------------------------------- > To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to WINGET- > WINGATE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without > the quotes in the subject and the body of the message > > ______________________________________________________________________ > This e-mail has been scanned by Cut.Net Managed Email Content > Service, using Skeptic(tm) technology powered by MessageLabs. For > more information on Cut.Nets Content Service, visit http://www.cut.net > ______________________________________________________________________ Dear Linda: I just saw your post and that is such a generous offer-- can I take you up on it? I have hit several stumbling blocks in my Wingates. It just might be my answer. Thanks so much. Leslie Oldham > ------------------------------- To unsubscribe from the list, please send an email to WINGET-WINGATE-request@rootsweb.com with the word 'unsubscribe' without the quotes in the subject and the body of the message

    04/29/2007 10:05:12
    1. [WINGET-WINGATE] Wingate books in PDF
    2. Grace Gleason
    3. Linda, Thanks so much! They downloaded perfectly. Always glad to have more information about the various parts of the family. grace in VA Descendants of Edward Wingate 1 Edward Wingate 1695 - 1761 ..+Anne Blount - 1763 m: Abt. 1717 ..2 William Wingate - 1774 ....+Wife of William Wingate .....3 Edward Wingate 1735 - 1797 .......+Sarah [probably] Creecy ........4 Joseph Wingate 1775 - 1837 ..........+Harriett Keziah [mnu] Wingate ...........5 Levi Wingate 1809 - 1880 .............+Lydia Goodwin 1814 - 1850 m: 17 Oct 1831 in , Perquimans, NC, USA ..............6 George Washington Wingate 1849 - 1907 ................+Mary Frances Broughton 1848 - 1900 m: 16 Feb 1871 in , Perquimans, NC, USA .................7 Lillian Ruth 'Lillie' Wingate 1876 - 1958 ...................+James Edward 'Ed' Lane 1871 - 1938 m: 19 Feb 1893 ....................8 Mary Grace Lane 1897 - 1971 ......................+Raymond Erwin White, Sr. 1894 - 1959 m: 01 Dec 1914 in , Perquimans, NC, USA .......................9 Frances Etta 'Francetta' White 1922 - 1998 .........................+Jack Dea Adams, Jr. 1920 - 1969 m: 24 Sep 1942 in South Mills, Camden, NC, USA ..........................10 Maretta Grace Adams 1945 -

    04/21/2007 11:05:04