Mr. Winn was 72 years, 6 months, and 17 days old at the time of his death. Accompanied by his father, F. A. Winn, he came to Dallas County in 1846 and settled six miles north of Dallas. With the exception of the four years of the Civl War, when he served gallantly with Company C, Sixth Texas Cavalry under command of Gen. Sull Ross, Mr. Winn lived on this land until the day of his death. Mr. Winn is survived by his sister, Mrs. S. J. Smith, of Dallas; F. A. Winn of Colorado City, Texas, a brother; and the following children: W. M. Winn, Jr., H. H. Winn, Ed. F. Winn, Frank W. Winn, and Miss Mary Winn, all of this city. Mr. Winn was a lifelong member of the Methodist Church and the funeral services, which will be held at the residence at 2 o’clock this afternoon, will be conducted by Rev. G. R. Reynolds, assisted by Rev. W. H. Moreland. The interment will be in the burial ground at Webb Chapel. The active pallbearers will be W. E. Derr, R. S. Hawes, A. A. Lowe, H. R. Welch, J. M. Mackey, and John R. Welch, Jr. Honorary pallbearers will be G. L. Ford, G. A. Knight, B. W. Langley, W. B. Taylor, James A. Smith, and H. B. Johnston.
Children of William McKendree Winn and Ann R.West:
332. i. William McKindree Winn, born 4 August 1861, Dallas County, Texas, died 22 December 1942, buried Restland Cemetery, Dallas, Texas, married circa 1894, to Gertrude Scott, born June 1872, Dallas County, Texas, died July 1957, Dallas, Texas.
William M. and Gertrude Winn lived on Dickason Avenue in Dallas, in 1900. He was a mail carrier. They lived in Dallas in 1910 and 1920.