Sixth Generation

1254. Caroline Amelia ACKLEY was born on 22 November 1822 in Ithaca, Tompkins, New York, United States.307,610,1265,1269 She appeared in the census in 1880 in New York, United States. She was ill with melancholia about 1880 in Ithaca, Tompkins, New York, United States. Caroline died on 4 January 1883 at the age of 60 in Ithaca, Tompkins, New York, United States.40,307,1265 She was buried in Ithaca City Cemetery, Ithaca, Tompkins, New York.40
Plot: g-54-1

Caroline Amelia ACKLEY and Samuel Hiesman WINTON were married on 10 April 1845.307,610,675,1265,1269,1270 Samuel Hiesman WINTON, son of Samuel WINTON and Ruth Alice HINMAN, was born on 17 October 1817 in Catharine, Schuyler, New York.610,1270 1880 census puts birth at ca 1820 On 5 June 1880 he was an a grocery wholesaler in Ithaca, Tompkins, New York, United States.610 He appeared in the census in 1880 in New York, United States. Samuel was living in 1880 in Ithaca, Tompkins, New York, United States.610 He died on 29 April 1902 at the age of 84.1270 Biography of1271 Winton, Samuel Hinman, was born in the town of Catharine, Schuyler county, Oc­tober 17, 1818. Both the paternal and maternal ancestors were from Connecticut, of Scotch descent. Samuel H. was educated in the common schools of his native town, and at the age of eighteen he came to Ithaca and engaged as clerk in the general store of Mack & Ferris, where he remained five years, and in 1841 became a partner with F. M. Camp. and the firm of Camp & Winton existed for seven years. Mr. Camp died in 1848, and Mr. Winton bought of the heir his interest and conducted the business alone for nine years, successfully. About this time he engaged in the lumber business in Canada with his cousin and remained for a number of years, at the same time attending to the commercial business here. After a few. years he sold his store and, in partnership with A. Neyhart, engaged in the produce trade, which became very extensive and prosperous, they making a specialty of butter. After the death of Mr. Neyhart our subject continued the business alone for two years, then organized a firm for wholesale dealing in groceries under the name of Winton, De­lano & Co. This firm existed three years, then became Winton & Grant Upon the death of Mr. Grant, Mr. Stewart became a partner, and they added the manufacture of cigars. In 1889 Mr. Winton sold his interest to his partner, and has since devoted his time to the management of his extensive property. He was for many years a director of the Tompkins County Bank and is a Democrat. In 1845 he married Caro­line A. Ackley, of Ithaca, who died January 3, 1883, leaving two children: Emily A.. wife of F. W. Brooks, of Ithaca; and Henry A., with D. B. Stewart & Co.

Caroline Amelia ACKLEY-3377 and Samuel Hiesman WINTON-3378 had the following children:



Emily Ackley WINTON-3379.



Henry Ackley WINTON-3381.