The Lowe Family Tree

Christina Anna Henninger

Thomas D. Warner

Thomas D Warner was born on 19 Jun 18141 in Sunbury, Northumberland, Pennsylvania.2 Currently his parents and siblings are unknown even though there were multiple Warner families from Northumberland County (Birth date was obtained by counting backwards using information provided by the headstone at his gravesite).

Barbara Ann Alleman

Jacob D. Winkler

Jacob D. Winkler was born on 06 May 18151 in what was then known as East Union, Wayne, Ohio to parents Lawrence and Fannie Winkler.2 Jacob has the distinction of being the first Winkler born in the area now known as Green Township, but it wouldn’t officially be organized as such until 5 Feb 1817.

Catharine Ann Warner

Born and raised in rural Chester Township, Ohio in 1851 to a farmer, Catharine was 1 of 4 children, 1 died in infancy. At the age of 18, Catharine married a civil war veteran from a neighboring farm named John Wesley Winkler in 1870. The couple had 3 sons and 1 daughter that they raised in Chester on property Catharine's father gave them. Husband John passed away in 1913 and after youngest son died in 1922, Catharine moved into Wooster to live with son Thomas' family. She died in 1942 at the age of 90.

John Wesley Winkler

Born the son of a farmer in Wayne Township, Ohio, John was a Civil War veteran. He fought along side the Union Army in the 120th, 114th, and 48th divisions of the Ohio Volunteer Infantry over the span of 3 years. John returned home after the war and lived out a quiet life on a farm in Chester Township raising his four children with his wife Catharine.