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1900 census
Posted by: Karen Sherman (ID *****5024) Date: January 28, 2005 at 14:49:34
In Reply to: Winslett/Hite family in Louisiana/Texas by Tina Meehan of 18896

Hi Tina.

I found your family in the 1900 census:
1900 United States Federal Census > Texas > Hunt > Justice Precinct 4 > District 130 > Page 11B
Dwelling 208/Family 210
Rents Farm
Wm. C. Winslett, head, white, b Apr 1859, 41, married for 18 years, b Alabama, parents b AL, farmer, reads, writes
Cherry J., wife, white, b Feb 1863, 37, married for 18 years, bore 8 children, all surviving, b LA, parents b GA, reads, writes
Edgar C, son, b Jan 188?, 17, b LA, at school, reads, writes
Luther, son, b Jul 1884, 15, b LA, at school, reads, writes
Minnie V, daughter, b May 1886, 14, b LA, at school, reads, writes
Lily B, daughter, b Sep 1888, b LA, at school
Alvin C, son, b Aug 1890, 9, b LA
John W., son, b Jun 1893, 6, b LA
Willie R., son, b May 1895, 5, b LA
Bessie Ida, daughter, b Jan 1898, 2, b LA

The Louisiana Marriages Index lists the marriage of Charity and William Winslett:
Charity J. Hite married William C. Winslett on 20 Jan 1882 in Union Parish, LA

You can order the original marriage application from Union County. It may give hints as to their parents.

Good luck!

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