The following photos have been shared by members who are descended from Kenelm Winslow, brother of Pilgrim Edward Winslow
Elminia (Kingsley) Winslow circa. 1850
Elminia was the wife of Elhanan Spencer Winslow, the daughter of Joshua Kingsley and
Lucy R (Robinson) Kingsley. Elminia and Elhanan had 10 children, 6 lived to adulthood.
They migrated from Pittsford, Vermont to Newton, Iowa in the mid 1850's. Elminia is the
3rd great grandmother of Craig Failor, Governor of WHS.
Permission for use of this photo given by Craig Failor.
Eva and Ella Winslow circa. 1900
Eva Winslow (left) and her sister Ella, (right) taken around 1900. They are the descendants of Kenelm Winslow of Marshfield, MA, and through their great grandmother, Beulah Keene Winslow, were direct descendants of 9 passengers on the Mayflower. They lived on Winslow Hill, Benezette Township, Elk County, PA. Eva is the grandmother of Kathy Myers, founder and past Governor of WHS. Permission for use of this photo given by Kathy Myers
Winslow Family Reunion, Punxsutawney, PA circa. 1911
Winslow family reunion held in Punxsutawney, PA, in 1911. The people pictured were the descendants of Kenelm Winslow of Marshfield, MA. Carpenter and Elizabeth Colburn Winslow and five of their nine sons left Pittston, ME, and settled in Punxsutawney, PA (now known as the Weather Capital of the World) in 1818. They were some of the region’s earliest settlers. Many of their descendants today reside in Jefferson and Elk Counties, PA. The photo was provided by George Bowers, a Winslow descendant, who has since passed. It was George’s custom to have Winslows who visited his Punxsutawney home identify people in the photo. George would assign them identifying numbers that are visible on the photo. The reunion tradition continued annually for more than 100 years. In recent years it has been held every other year in Elk County
Below is the list in George Bowers handwriting. Those with stars were his direct family. The reunion was held at the home of R. C. Winslow. Later my sister and I identified our dad, who was 5, along with our grandmother and great grandparents. However, they are not numbered on the photo George allowed me to copy. Kathy
Permission for use of the above photo and list given by Kathy Myers
George Herbert Winslow circa. 1860
George Herbert Winslow was born 13 April, 1855 in West Roxbury, MA. and he died 3 June 1932 in Boston. He is buried in the Woodlawn Cemetery, Everett, MA. George was the great, great grandfather of member Sondra Harper.
George Herbert Winslow is the first boy in the 2nd row directly below the teacher. (He looks like he's wearing a tie)
Rowland Winslow was the owner of Winslow, Rand & Watson Tea and Coffee in Boston & Chicago. Rowland was the father of George Herbert Winslow and the 3X great grandfather of member Sondra Harper.
Permission for use of the above photos, letters and receipt with signature given by Sondra Harper