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John Winningham

Submitted by Donnie Pickard

The Elma Chronicle

Elma, Washington

December 10, 1936

John Winningham taken by death

Schafer Bros. Blacksmith Dies Monday

Last rites were held from the Whiteside chapel here Wednesday afternoon for John W. Winningham of Satsop, for many years a blacksmith employed by Schafer Bros., whose death occurred Monday, caused by a tooth infection. Rev. A. B. Baird, former pastor of Calvary Baptist church, officiated, and interment was in the Masonic cemetery.

Mr. Winningham was born at Bee Branch, Ark., December 11, 1872, and had been a resident of the Satsop district for the past 17 years, where he leaves a number of relatives and a host of friends.

Surviving are his wife, Mary Elizabeth: two sons, Arlie and Charles; two daughters, Mrs. H. Barrett and Mrs. L. L. McIntyre; six grandchildren and one great grandchild, and three brothers and two sisters residing in the East.

Mary Elizabeth Yancy Winningham

Elma, Washington

April 12, 1945

Death Sunday claimed Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Winningham, well known resident of Brady and Montesano for 26 years, and memorial services were conducted from the Whiteside chapel here yesterday afternoon. Dr. A. H. Bailey pastor of the First Baptist church, officiated and interment was in the Masonic Cemetery.

Mrs. Winningham was born at Cedartown, Ga., October 6, 1871, and leaves two sons, Charles of Vancover, Wash., and Artie of Bremerton; two daughters, Mrs. May McIntyre of Montesano and Mrs. Myrtle Barrett of Brady; six grandchildren, four great-grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Rose McCoy of Talmadge, Ohio; Mrs. H. H. Tindle of Damascus, Ark., and Mrs. Ida Munn of Perryville, Ark.

Note: John Winningham and Mary E. Yancy married September 10, 1891 in Van Buren County.