Joseph Richard Winters (August 29, 1816 – November 29, 1916) was an African-
American ... Joseph R. Winters was born in Leesburg, Virginia to an African-
American brickmaker and a Shawnee Indian...
Joseph Winters was born in 1816 in Virginia to an African-American brick maker
and a Shawnee Indian mother. He later relocated to Chambersburg, ...
Joseph began his life in Leesburg, but in 1834 his parents left Joseph with his
maternal grandmother, Betsy Cross, in Waterford, where she had been born in
1767. ... In 1859, Joseph Winters arranged the meeting between Frederick
Winters, Joseph Born: 1816, in Leesburg, Virginia Died: ? Literary Vocations:
Lyricist, Inventor Geographic Connection to Pennsylvania: Chambersburg,
Feb 27, 2011 ... February is Black History Month, which was originally started as a special week
by historian Carter G. Woodson. Each day we're going to focus ...
The Joseph and Clara Winters Family. Husband : Joseph F. Winters Born : 1878.
Married : 21 August, 1902 in Williamsport, Lycoming County, Pennsylvania
Samuel Vincent Winter (1843-1904) and Joseph Winter (1844-1915), journalists,
were born on 23 March 1843 in the Goulburn Valley, Port Phillip District, and ...
Joseph Winters was an African-American abolitionist and inventor who .... Joseph
Winters (1816-1916), born in Virginia, patented the wagon-mounted fire ...
The fire escape ladder was invented by Joseph Winters in 1878. Back then he
used a wagon to hoist the ladder, which was designed for the Pennsylvania city
Mae Winters was a popular figure in the Commonwealth nowadays and the
familiar ... Joseph R. Winters was born in Leesburg, Virginia to an African-