He was a grocery merchant in 1900. They lived in Colorado City, Mitchell County, Texas, in 1910 and 1920. Mattie Winn lived alone in Colorado City, Mitchell County, in 1930.
Dallas Morning News, 25 March 1922: Word has been received here of the death of F. A. Winn, pioneer Texan and former Dallas County resident, at his home in Colorado [City], Texas, after a brief illness. Mr. Winn moved to Colorado [City], sixteen years ago from Ellis County. He was 73 years old. Mr. Winn is survived by four nephews living in Dallas: W. M., H. H., E. F., and F.W. Winn. Mr. Winn was a member of the Odd Fellows and that organization had charge of the funeral services at Colorado [City]. He was a member of the Methodist church 66 years.
Children of Francis Asbury Winn and Mattie Wakefield Brewer:
344. i. Fannie Avarilla Winn, born 16 June 1878, Ellis County, Texas, died 16 November 1970, Brownwood, Brown County, Texas, married 22 October 1901, Ellis County, Texas, to James Isaac Payne, born 7 April 1875, Ellis County, Texas, died 12 April 1956, Bangs, Brown County, Texas. They are buried in Bangs Cemetery, Bangs, Brown County, Texas.
The Paynes lived in Mitchell County, Texas, in 1910; Nolan County, Texas, in 1920; and Mitchell County, Texas, in 1930.
[Fannie Avarilla Winn is also #677 in this genealogy]