26. Jane “Jenny”5Sims (William4, Bruster3, Edward2, William1), was born 24 May 1774, Hanover County, Virginia, died 1815, Maury County, Tennessee. She married 16 January 1807, Hanover County, Virginia, to Philip P. Winn, born 27 July 1773, Virginia, died 20 March 1843, Maury County, Tennessee, buried one mile southwest of Mount Pleasant, Maury County, Tennessee.
Jenny Sims was Philip P. Winn’s second wife. Jenny married when she was thirty-two years old. Philip P. Winn married first, 16 November 1797, to Martha “Patsy” Duke.
Phillip Winn paid taxes in Louisa County, Virginia, in 1800. Philip P. Winn was a purchaser in Louisa County, 28 November 1800, at the sale of the estate of George Matlock. 1 July 1805, in Goochland County, Virginia, Philip P. Winn was surety for the marriage bond of George Duke to Nancy Crenshaw, daughter of Benjamin Crenshaw. Thomas Crenshaw was the witness.
Philip and Jenny Winn moved from Hanover County, Virginia, to Maury County, Tennessee, in 1808, with her parents, William and Judith Sims. Philip P. Winn was a juror in Maury County, 13 June 1811.
Philip P. Winn lived in Maury County, Tennessee, in 1820, 1830, and 1840. In 1820, he was over 45 years old (born before 1775). In 1830, he was between 50 and 60 years old (born between 1770 and 1780).