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Howard WinslowAge: 72 years17841856

Name
Howard Winslow
Birth April 9, 1784 48 44
Death of a fatherEzra Winslow
1801 (Age 16 years)
MarriagePolly UnknownView this family
January 1, 1807 (Age 22 years)

Birth of a son
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Ezra Winslow
April 13, 1808 (Age 24 years)
Death of a motherRachel Fenno
1826 (Age 41 years)

Birth of a granddaughter
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Elizabeth Benson Winslow
July 14, 1832 (Age 48 years)
Death June 11, 1856 (Age 72 years)
Title
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Marriage: January 18, 1756
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Marriage: January 1, 1807
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SourceThe Good Man. Father Winslow; or, A Sketch of the Life of the Rev. Howard Winslow, A Local Preacher; with a brief biography of Rev. Howard Winslow, Jr.
Publication: J.W. Hathaway and W. Kidder (1861)
Citation details: p.55-56
Text:
"His movements were slow and sluggish unless impelled by considerable feeling and interest. His voice in common conversation, and in introductory remarks in public, was monotonous, weak, and feminine; his conversation was free, agreeable, and absorbing..."
Note
Rev. Howard Winslow, a local Methodist preacher of note, everywhere known as Father Winslow, often preached in Industry during a period dating from his earliest efforts in 1812, up to near the time of his death, which occurred in June, 1858. Although Father Winslow's educational advantages were limited, he was in the fullest sense of the term one of Nature's noblemen. Simple and unostentatious in his habits of life, meek and inoffensive in his disposition, he won a strong position in the affections of the people of Industry, and many were gathered into the fold through the influence of his teachings. Anecdotes showing the truly wonderful power of his preaching, in this town, are related in his biography. From page 126 in William Collins Hatch. 1893. History of the Town of Industry, Franklin County, Maine... Farmington, Maine: Press of Knowlton, McLeary & Co. [Digitized by Google, September 2007]
Note
1786 to 1858 per The good man. Father Winslow; or, A sketch of the life of Rev. Howard Winslow, a local preacher; with a brief biography of Rev. Howard Winslow, Jr. By J. W. Hathaway