Patrick Murray and Isabella Ednie Winter Family

Patrick Murray Winter (1840-1901) was born in Perth, Scotland in 1834 to James Scott and Ann Crane Winter. He was a hatter by trade. He married Christina Darling (1846-1903) on May 9, 1865. She was the daughter of George (1817-56) and Agnes Gilchrist (1819-65) Darling. George was a haberdasher and when John married Christina, he married into the business, hence he had a reason to stay in Perth while three of his male siblings emmigrated to the US. They had three children: daughters Agnes (1868-1959) and Christinia (1877-1963) neither of which married. Their son, James Winter (1870-1938) married Margaret Kidd (1888-1942); and they had two daughters, Mollie Winter (1905-41), who married David Murie (1904-85) and Margaret "Mardie" Winter. Mardie never married.

Some details on John and Christina's four children:

Agnes Winter, b. Perth (5/18/1868-2/l6/1959}, d. Newport on Tay, Scotland, unmarried She was a teacher and served as principal of St. Johnstown private school..

James Wlnter, b. Perth. (6/7/1870-1938). Married Margaret Kidd (1868-1942) on Aug. 28, 1902 in Dundee, Scotland. James and Margaret had
two daughters—Mollie Winter. b. Aug. 26. 1905. Mollie married. David Murie on April 16, 1938. Mollie died on June 9. 1941 in Perth leaving no children. Her sister, Margaret "Mardie", was born and died in Perth, (July 22. 1909-Nov. 12, 1989). She was the last of the family. While unmarried.Mardie felt that the son from her brother-in-law's marriage, after the death of Mollie, was her nephew and she loved dearly David and his wife Hazel. Many in the US knew Mardie, as she made several trip there and rode the bus to visit many of her relatives. She was a wonderful host in her home, Rosemont, in Perth, to many relatives who stopped to visit.

Margaret Darling was born on June 27, 1872 in Perth and died Aug 27, 1926 in St Johnstown, Perth.

Christina was born in Perth on May 15, 1877 and died at Newport-on-Tay, Scotland on 9/15/1963. She never married.

 

Patrick was the son of James Scott and Ann Crane Winter. James and Ann were born and raised in Scotland. Patrick and his siblings, Janet, James, Charles, William Clark, and John Bishop were all born in Scotland. Charles, William and Patrick emigrated to the United States in the 19th century, settling in Massachusetts.


Patrick Murray Winter (1840-1901)- Isabella Ednie (1851-1934)

The above list includes only 3 generations. Some fourth generation surnames include Meikle, Thomson, Cochrane, Beresford, Oakes, Hatch, Heckman, Koziol, Erlenbach, Gosse, Lawrence, Maynard, Buck, Deifell, Blatnik, Starkey, Edgecomb, Johnson, Jernigan, Herald.

 

 

Patrick Murray & Isabella Ednie Winter Gallery

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Patrick Murray Winter (1840-1901) ca. 1870
Isablla Ednie Winter (1851-1934), ca.1881
Patrick Murray Winter 1840-1901
Isabella Ednie Winter, (1851-1934) Wife of Patrick Winter, b. Perth, Scotland
Believed to be John Bishop and Christina Darling Winter, c. 1865, year of their marriage. They lived only a short walk from the photographer, H. Thomson, Perth, 30th George St. (operated between 1860-65, information courtesy of Sara Kelly, Librarian, Perth). Brother of Patrick Murray Winter
Photo by George F. Roger, Artist, 57 & 59 Nethergate, Dundee, and Cottage Place, Broughty Ferry. Likely John Bishop Winter (1834-1905) and a daughter. Roger a photographer in 1871, 81 Censuses. In 1861 is photographer artist, Hawkhill, Dundee
James Scott Winter 1797-1871, Father of John Bishop Winter
James Scott Winter Stone erected by his sons. In Wellshill Cemetery, Perth, Scotland
William Clark Winter(1838-1920), b. Coupar, Angus, Scotland. Came to U. S. about 1867. Brother of Patrick Murray Winter.
(Picture, c. 1915, Courtesy Winifred Hebb)
Charles Winter(1836-1903). c. 1875. Brother of Patrick Murray Winter. Came from Scotland in 1857 to Mansfield, MA. Later joined by brothers, William & Patrick Murray.
John Ednie (1819-1901), Father of Isabella Ednie Winter
Mary Allan Ednie, (1826-1901), wife of John Ednie
Back of John Ednie’s Cabinet Card. James Porter, the photographer committed suicide on Nov. 4, 1878 in Dundee at home of his brother, by drinking cyanide of potassium from his studio. He was a crack shot of the Perthshire Rifle Battalion. He left a widow and 12 children

Back of Mary Allan Ednie’s Cabinet Card

John Ednie (1819-1901), Father of Isabella Ednie Winter, Gardener Scone Palace, b. Fife
Mary Allan Ednie, (1826-1901), wife of John Ednie

John & Mary Allan Ednie, about 1885, Perth, Scotland.

John Ednie’s Black Thorn Cane, Perth
John Ednie’s Black Thorn Cane, Perth
John and Mary Ednie Anniversary Tea Service
John & Mary Ednie, attended St. Martins church near Perth.
Old Balboughty Cottages, early home of John & Mary Ednie. They are near Scone, Perth, Scotland
Scone Castle
John & Mary Ednie, Old Scone Cottage No. 6, Scone, Perthshire, Scotland, c 1880s
John & Mary Ednie's Headstone
Perth, Scotland
John(1873-1969), Allan (1878-1960) & Murray(1875-1959) Winter c. 1885. Isabella Ednie and Patrick Murray Winter’s boys. Mansfield MA, J. Ralph Allen Studio. Isabella took them to Scotland for a year--1882-1883
John Winter, c. 1900--Oldest son of Patrick and Isabella Ednie Winter

James Winter Family

John Winter (1873-1969), Oldest son of Patrick Murray Winter
John Winter's School, Perth, Scotland, He attended 1882-83 while in Perth for a year.
Murray Winter, Tintype 1876
Murray Winter (1875-1969), Second son of Patrick Murray Winter
Christina Darling Winter, high school graduation, ca-1901
Christina Darling Winter(1883-1971) Sister of Allan, John & Murray Winter.
Elsie Winter George (1885-1991)--about 1903--high school graduation, Wrentham, MA
Elsie Adamson Winter (1885-1991),
Second Daughter of Partrick & Isabella Winter
wife of Walter George
Walter George, High School Graduation, 1904, Wrentham MA
(Photogragher: Millers, Elmwood Ave & Public St., Prov. R. I.)
Elsie Adamson Winter (1885-1991), c. 1905,
Second Daughter of Partrick & Isabella Winter
wife of Walter George
Walter George (1885-1969) and his father Harvey George (1855-1934) about 1910
Walter George and his father Harvey and Ida George in the wagon, 1919. Harvey lost his arm in when he developed an infection from a nail when he was working at the box factory in Wrentham
Walter George (1885-1969) and his father Harvey George (1855-1934) about 1910
Walter George and his father Harvey and Ida George in the wagon, 1919. Harvey lost his arm in when he developed an infection from a nail when he was working at the box factory in Wrentham
Ida, Raymond, and Murray George, c. 1919
Walter and Elsie Adamson Winter George, 1946. Note Walter’s early hearing aid.

Allan George, U. S. Army ca. 1943.

Allan Winter (1878-1960), third son of Patrick Murray Winter, married Mary (Mamie) Holland--photo about 1896

Montage, 1906.

Allen Winter Family

John, Allan and Murray Winter
About 1925?  Auntie Twins with Uncle Allan and Mamie--The Auntie Twins are standing with Uncle Allan and Aunt Mamie.  There is another picture taken at the same time where Uncle Allan and the Twins are standing with Naomi, so it seems reasonable to assume that Mamie took that picture. Maybe about 1925?
About 1925    Auntie Twins with Allan Winter and his daughter Naomi--probably Aunt Mamie took the picture
Allan and  Mamie Winter in Davie, FL, in 1954?  We used to go visit Uncle Allan and Aunt Mamie (Naomi's parents) in Davie, FL.  Their house was up on stilts in an orange grove.  They moved to  Florida in the 1930s.  Allan, Mamie, and Naomi are all buried at Hollywood Memorial Gardens Cemetery in Hollywood, FL

Naomi Winter, daughter of Allan and Mamie Winter.

Allan Winter (1878-1960), third son of Patrick Murray Winter, married Mary (Mamie) Holland--photo about 1896

Naomi Winter

Left to Right: Naomi Winter, ?, ?, Christina Winter, Fanny Winter

 

Charles Crane Winter Family

Charles Crane Winter (1888-1968)
Charles Crane Winter (1888-1968)
Charles Crane Winter (1888-1968) c. 1904
Fourth Son of Patrick Murray Winter

Sally and Margery Parkhurst

David Kennedy, Margie (Parkhurst) Kennedy, Sally Parkhurst, Charles Francis Winters, Charles was the son of Charles Crane Winter. Charles and Sally married on November 2, 1946.

Dorothy Margery Parkhurst

David Kennedy and Margaret Parkhurst, sister of Sally Parkhurst

Helen, Margery and Sally Parkhurst

Parkhurst sisters: Phyllis (Norm's wife), Aunt Margery "Mike", Aunt Helen, Aunt Sally in front left, front right unknown.

Clarence Parkhurst, father of Margery, Helen and Sally Parkhurst.

Red-headed Robert S. Winter Sr. (1891-1963),
Youngest Son of Patrick Murray Winter
married Velma Frances White
Velma Frances White Winter (1886-1979)
Wife of Robert S. Winter Sr.
Daughter Frank Edgar & Abbie Esther Ballou White
Auntie Twins about 1910, Isabella(1896-1974) and Mary Winter (1896-1963). They were born on April Fool’s Day, Isabella Ednie Winter’s 8th and 9th children
Auntie Twins about 1914, Isabella (1896-1974) and Mary Winter (1896-1963).

Auntie Twins, Isabella (1896-1974) and Mary Winter (1896-1963)..
Bertha White (1882-1995) c. 1900, High School Graduation Picture. Sister of Velma White Winter
Velma Frances White Graduation, 1904
Alden White, 1884-1958
Brother of Velma White Winter, c. 1910
Mary (or Isabella) 3rd from left, Charlie Winter behind, Bertha White to the left of the right hand pole, Mary (or Isabella) Winter, Murray Winter, probably taken at Lake Archer about 1910
Middle-back, Fannie George, Velma White, and Bertha White, about 1910

1935 Aunt Chris and Aunt Fannie with children--Aunt Chris Winter, Grace Winter, Naomi Winter, Marion Winter, Muriel Winter, Aunt Fannie Winter--about 1935. Aunt Chris never married and had no children. The 2 younger girls are sisters and children of Aunt Fannie and Uncle Charlie—Naomi (daughter of Allan and Mamie Winter) would come up from Florida to visit in Wrentham

1935  Aunt Chris Winter and the Auntie Twins--maybe Isabella on the left and Mary on the right--according to Marion, Mary had the thinner face—not sure where it was but probably in Wrentham

Winter Gathering at Lake Archer.

Standing left to right: Charlie Winter, Roy (1889-1940) and Mary L. "Mamie" Wooliscroft Hewins, unknown, Aunt Emma George according to Ida George, Unknown, maybe Velma White, Unknown.

Middle two: Unknown and Bob Winter in the center with sweater and tie,

Siting on porch: Maybe Unknown, Walter George, Murray Winter

Sitting on sidewalk: Elsie Winter and maybe Alden White or Al George. Clothing indicates about 1915-1920.  Charlie and Fannie married in 1917, probably at the George camp on Lake Archer in Wrentham

Cousins and friends at the lake about 1934--l-r back  Allan George, Nancy Brown--no relation,, Bob Winter, Dot ?,Ida George, ? , Dave Kennedy (lived next-door to Aunt Bertha on Winter Street), "Chappie" Larner (for chaperone), Elsie George by the post.  In the middle, Ethel Winter standing by the post on the left, Betty Pettingill, George Winter is in the center, Roxanne ?, Barbara Boyce, Peggy George is second from the left in the front, Beth Winter ,Muriel Winter, ?,  Grace Winter, Marion Winter, Charles Winter is on the far right.  Probably taken at one of the camps on Lake Archer.  Maybe 1935 or so.  Amesbury, MA, connection--the Miss Winslows who were related to Beth Winter Gommi's mother through Betty Pettingill.  Betty and Ida became friends.  They rented a cottage on the lake.

Back, l-r Laurence Kirkton, Doris Hale who became Laurence's wife, Bud Brown, Hattie Belle and Walter Canney (holding the cat). Rita Hale (sister of Doris), unidentified man,  Ethel Power, Bob Winter. Viriginia Benson (who lived with Gramma Brown for some time), unidentified man, and Ida George far right   Front, Earle Tyler Stewart (worked at Winter Bros.).  and Marguerite Mildred Munson (later the wife of Earle Stewart),  Donald Kirkton, Virginia Olsen,  Lois Brown, Ellie Olsen, Peg George far right.  Christian Endeavor group: Late 1930s.  According to Ida, Hattie Belle and Wallace Carney came up to visit at Kirkton's.  He was Mrs. Kirkton's son before she married Kirkton. Sylvia Kirkton Kellershon says, Uncle Wallace was my dad's half brother and minister of a Congregational Church in Connecticut for 50 years. His mother, Sarah Stacy Hunt was Dad's mother and married to Leonard Kirkton.

1939  Wrentham friends--Loel Raymond, Bob Winter, Lois Brown, Bud Brown, Ellie Olsen, Ida George, Donald Kirkton, Ruth Kirkton
Bertha Eliza White 1882-1975
Sister of Velma White Winter
Daughter of Frank Edgar & Abbie Esther Ballou White

Bertha Eliza White 1882-1975
Sister of Velma White Winter
Daughter of Frank Edgar & Abbie Esther Ballou White

Ward's Studio in North Attleboro, MA. 195 Thames Street.

Fannie & Emma George, Fanny married Charlie Winter, Emma did not marry. c. 1904.

Elsie George,Velma & Bertha White on the gym(?) team.5,6,7 from left--about 1900
Georges?
Fannie George (1887-1985), high school graduation, Wrentham, MA, about 1905

1910. Elsie Winter, Bertha White, Mildred Proctor (identified by both Ida and Muriel), Velma White, and Bob Winter. This was five years before Velma and Bob married.

Ethel Kirkton, High school graduation 1906

Leonard Kirkton, Ethel Kirkton and Murray Winter, 1910
Ethel was Murray Winter’s first wife. She died shortly after her second child was born.
Ethel Black Kirkton Wedding Picture, 1915,
Married Murray Winter
Robert S. Winter, 2nd Row, 2nd from right. Team unknown. c. 1912, likely YMCA Track Team in Woonsocket, R. I.
Walter and Elsie George with Murray, 1913
Mary Elizabeth (May) Kirkton(1900-86)--about 1918--high school graduation. She married Murray Winter
Robert Sr. & son, Robert Winter Jr. and nephew, Wilfred Winter, 1917
Murray (1913-1970) and Raymond (1915-1991) George
Peg, Ida, and Allan George about 1926
Emma George (sister of Walter George) with her car and unknown children at the George house on South Street--1920s.
Wilfrid Winter(1917-2006) c.1919
Son of Murray & Ethel Winter
Wilfrid Winter, (1917-2006), about 1920 c
Son of Murray and Ethel Winter
Wilfrid Murray Winter (1919-2006)-circa 1924
Wilfrid Murray 'Bill' Winter
Allan George (1919-91), son of Walter and Elsie Winter George, c. 1930
Naomi Winter (1904-76), c. 1922, daughter of Allan & Mamie Winter, Miami, FL
Wrentham Elementary.Front, 2nd from left: Ida Gertrude George. Front, 2nd from right: Wilfrid Murray Winter.
Wrentham-School-class-picture-about-1930.
Frank Edgar White & grandson Robert Winter, 1917
Robert Sr. and infant Robert Winter 1916, Woonsocket, RI
Ida Gertrude George , 1917-2009 about 1919
G.W. Godchaux, Attleboro, Mass., photographer
Robert,Velma, & Robert Jr. New1920 Chevrolet 490 Touring Car
4 Cylinder, 26 HP, Sale Price $810. The tiebar between the headlights was removed on later versions that year. The double windows in back were introduced in 1920.
Robert,Velma, & Robert Jr. New1920 Chevrolet 490 Touring Car
129,106 cars produced that year. Weight 1895 lbs.
Velma & Young Robert Winter (1920)
Robert S. Winter, 1920, Michigan
Cousins Wilfrid and Robert S. Winter, 1922, Buick at their Grandmother Winter’s home in Wrentham
Raymond George (1915-1991), about 1922
l-r Murray George, Robert (Bob, Jr.) Winter, Raymond George, Charles Francis Winter, Allan George (knees up), George Winter, about 1926, at the George camp on Lake Archer, Wrentham, MA
The George camp at Lake Archer, Ida George, Muriel Winter, Marion Winter, Peg George--about 1928
Grace Louise Winter-1927--daughter of Charles and Fanny George Winter

Muriel Winter (age 1), daughter of Charles & Fanny George Winter, 1927

Winters, 1929, Wrentham, MA, Back:l-r, Fannie W., Ida George, May W., Raymond G., Velma & Robert W., Jr., Wilfrid & Murray W., Allan G., George Ednie W., Front--:Beth W., Marian W., Grace W., Isabella Ednie Winter w/Muriel W., Margaret G., Ethel W., Charles Francis W.
Muriel Winter (age 1), daughter of Charles & Fanny George Winter, 1927
Muriel Winter (age 1), daughter of Charles & Fanny George Winter, 1927
From files of Muriel Beresford, maybe George Ednie Winter or Charles Francis Winter
From files of Muriel Beresford
Unknown with Murray Winter, from files of Muriel Beresford

Typecast “Daddy Long Legs”, Lead Bob Winter, Bob is in ninth grade at Bunker Junior High- 1931, Muskegon, MI

Seated (left to right) Alice Nelson, Raymond Greenwood, Ednarae Morency, Robert Winter, Miss Anne Meengs, Forrest Hall, Beulah Giles, June Bodine

Standing: Franklin Lyon, Emma Witterongel, Margaret Enkelmann, Beverly Leaf, Mills Casterline, Marva Sheneman, Lawrence Bleier, Maxine Anderson, Dorrell Pelkey, Robert Quinn, Christie Vincent, George Weick, Bertha Knudson

Robert S. Winter, high school graduation, 1934.

Robert S. Winter, ca. 1930
Robert S. Winter Jr. colorized
Robert S. Winter Jr
Bunker Jr High Honor Students, 1931
Robert Winter is in the second row from the back, 5 people in.
Muskegon, Michigan

Fourth Row. (L to R) Laura Modrow — Girl Reserve; Bernice Squire — entered Bunker from St. Mary’s Lake School, G. A., Glee Club, Girl Reserves; Emma Wittevrongel — G. A. A., Girl Reserves; Beverly Leaf — Girl Reserves, G. A. A., Glee Club, Senior Play, Track Team, Trojan Team; Beulah Giles — G. A. A., President Glee Club, Vice-Pres. Career Club; June Bodine — Vice Pres. Bunker Republic, Vice-Pres. Orchestra, Treas. Glee Club, Treas. Girl Reserves, Associate Editor Sand Dune, Assistant Business Manager Sand Dune, Member G. A. A., Valedictorian of Class, and Senior Play; Mills Casterline — Glee Club, G. A. A., Career Club, and Senior Play; Elizabeth Westenfelder entered 9-B from Norton No. 4 school, Member of
Career Club; Willie Treutler —Treas. Career Club, Vice-Pres. Boys’ Glee Club, Pres. 9-A Class, member of Football, Basketball and Track teams.

Third Row. (L to R) Mr. R. A. Zimmerman, advisor; Iva Modrow -—- Entered 9-B from Hungerford school, member of Girl Reserves; Margaret Enkelmann — Entered 9-B from Lutheran School, member of Girl Reserves, Glee Club, G. A. A., and Senior Play; Maxine Anderson —- Career Club, Secy. of Bunker Republic, G. A. A., Asst. Editor Sand Dune, Capt. of Grecians, and Senior Play; Elaine McParlan -—- Entered in 8-B from McGraw school, Detroit, member of Career Club and G. A. A; Ednarae Morency — Entered 8-B from St .Mary’s school, member of Career Club, Glee Club, G. A. A., and Senior Play; Alice M. Nelson —-Member of G. A. A., Glee Club, Sand Dune Staff, and Senior Play; Hazel Olson —- Member Girl Reserves; Norman Cook -—- Entered 9—B from Fremont Public School, member Career Club; George Snyder— Member Football team, Volley Ball Ieague, Sand Dune Staff, B. A. A., Boys’ Cooking Club; Mr. C. A. Huller, principal.

Second Row (L to R) Mary Rafferty — Girl Reserves, G. A. A; Robert Quinn —— Pres. Boys’ Cooking Club, Senator Room M, Treas. Boys’ Glee Club, Feature Editor Sand Dune, and Senior Play; Forrest Hall -—- B. A. A., Secy. and Treas. Hi-Y, Secy. Glee Club, Publicity Editor of Sand Dune, Senator from Room M, and Senior Play; Lawrence Bleier — Hi-Y, Pres. Orchestra, and Senior Play; Glenn Green — Boys’ Letter Club, and B. A. A.; Dorrell Pelky — Glee Club, Treas. B. A. A., Boys’ Letter Club, Football, and Basketball teams, Senior Play; Franklyn Lyon — Vice-Pres. Boys’ Cooking Club, and Senior Play; Kenneth Locke — Hi-Y, B. A. A., and Director of Public Safety; Robert Olson — B. A. A., and Boys’ Cooking Club.

First Row (L to R) Clarence Bundt — Letter Club, and B. A. A.; Bill Hellman — Capt. Basketball and Football teams, Secy. Letter Cl.ub, Track team, Volley Ball team; George Weick — Pres. Bunker Republic, Pres. Hi-Y, Boys’ Glee Club, Business Manager Sand Dune, and Senior Play; Robert Winter — Entered 9-B from Cooley High School, Detroit, Literary Editor Sand Dune, Glee Club, Hi-Y, B. A. A., and Senior Play, Elmer Jandt — Entered 9-B from Lutheran School, Career Club. Ted Drake — Football team, B. A. A., and Career Club.

Those not in Picture Are: Marva Sheneman — Editor Sand Dune, Pres. G. A. A., Career Club, Glee Club, Capt. Trojan team, Treas. Bunker Republic, and Senior Play; Christie Vincent—Pres. Career Club, Vice-Pres. 9-A Class, Capt. Czechs, G. A. A., Senior Play, and Salutatorian of Class, William Berg — Career Club and B. A. A; Raymond Pierson - Cooking Club, and B. A. A.; Bertha Knudson — Girl Reserves, Glee Club. G. A. A., and Senior Play; Raymond Johnson — B. A. A., James Hiner -— Letter Club, and B. A. A.; August Grams -—- Hi-Y, B. A. A.; Nadine Sawyer — Girl Reserves, G. A. A.; John Elliott — Hi-Y and B. A. A. George Boyd — Hi-Y, and B. A. A.

Fourth Row. (L to R) Laura Modrow — Girl Reserve; Bernice Squire — entered Bunker from St. Mary’s Lake School, G. A., Glee Club, Girl Reserves; Emma Wittevrongel — G. A. A., Girl Reserves; Beverly Leaf — Girl Reserves, G. A. A., Glee Club, Senior Play, Track Team, Trojan Team; Beulah Giles — G. A. A., President Glee Club, Vice-Pres. Career Club; June Bodine — Vice Pres. Bunker Republic, Vice-Pres. Orchestra, Treas. Glee Club, Treas. Girl Reserves, Associate Editor Sand Dune, Assistant Business Manager Sand Dune, Member G. A. A., Valedictorian of Class, and Senior Play; Mills Casterline — Glee Club, G. A. A., Career Club, and Senior Play; Elizabeth Westenfelder entered 9-B from Norton No. 4 school, Member of
Career Club; Willie Treutler —Treas. Career Club, Vice-Pres. Boys’ Glee Club, Pres. 9-A Class, member of Football, Basketball and Track teams.

Third Row. (L to R) Mr. R. A. Zimmerman, advisor; Iva Modrow -—- Entered 9-B from Hungerford school, member of Girl Reserves; Margaret Enkelmann — Entered 9-B from Lutheran School, member of Girl Reserves, Glee Club, G. A. A., and Senior Play; Maxine Anderson —- Career Club, Secy. of Bunker Republic, G. A. A., Asst. Editor Sand Dune, Capt. of Grecians, and Senior Play; Elaine McParlan -—- Entered in 8-B from McGraw school, Detroit, member of Career Club and G. A. A; Ednarae Morency — Entered 8-B from St .Mary’s school, member of Career Club, Glee Club, G. A. A., and Senior Play; Alice M. Nelson —-Member of G. A. A., Glee Club, Sand Dune Staff, and Senior Play; Hazel Olson —- Member Girl Reserves; Norman Cook -—- Entered 9—B from Fremont Public School, member Career Club; George Snyder— Member Football team, Volley Ball Ieague, Sand Dune Staff, B. A. A., Boys’ Cooking Club; Mr. C. A. Huller, principal.

Second Row (L to R) Mary Rafferty — Girl Reserves, G. A. A; Robert Quinn —— Pres. Boys’ Cooking Club, Senator Room M, Treas. Boys’ Glee Club, Feature Editor Sand Dune, and Senior Play; Forrest Hall -—- B. A. A., Secy. and Treas. Hi-Y, Secy. Glee Club, Publicity Editor of Sand Dune, Senator from Room M, and Senior Play; Lawrence Bleier — Hi-Y, Pres. Orchestra, and Senior Play; Glenn Green — Boys’ Letter Club, and B. A. A.; Dorrell Pelky — Glee Club, Treas. B. A. A., Boys’ Letter Club, Football, and Basketball teams, Senior Play; Franklyn Lyon — Vice-Pres. Boys’ Cooking Club, and Senior Play; Kenneth Locke — Hi-Y, B. A. A., and Director of Public Safety; Robert Olson — B. A. A., and Boys’ Cooking Club.

First Row (L to R) Clarence Bundt — Letter Club, and B. A. A.; Bill Hellman — Capt. Basketball and Football teams, Secy. Letter Cl.ub, Track team, Volley Ball team; George Weick — Pres. Bunker Republic, Pres. Hi-Y, Boys’ Glee Club, Business Manager Sand Dune, and Senior Play; Robert Winter — Entered 9-B from Cooley High School, Detroit, Literary Editor Sand Dune, Glee Club, Hi-Y, B. A. A., and Senior Play, Elmer Jandt — Entered 9-B from Lutheran School, Career Club. Ted Drake — Football team, B. A. A., and Career Club.

Those not in Picture Are: Marva Sheneman — Editor Sand Dune, Pres. G. A. A., Career Club, Glee Club, Capt. Trojan team, Treas. Bunker Republic, and Senior Play; Christie Vincent—Pres. Career Club, Vice-Pres. 9-A Class, Capt. Czechs, G. A. A., Senior Play, and Salutatorian of Class, William Berg — Career Club and B. A. A; Raymond Pierson - Cooking Club, and B. A. A.; Bertha Knudson — Girl Reserves, Glee Club. G. A. A., and Senior Play; Raymond Johnson — B. A. A., James Hiner -— Letter Club, and B. A. A.; August Grams -—- Hi-Y, B. A. A.; Nadine Sawyer — Girl Reserves, G. A. A.; John Elliott — Hi-Y and B. A. A. George Boyd — Hi-Y, and B. A. A.

Maybe Bob Winter, 4th from left, back row. Bunker Junior High- 1931, Muskegon, MI

Typecast “Daddy Long Legs”, Lead Bob Winter, Bob is in ninth grade at Bunker Junior High- 1931, Muskegon, MI

9 A Piay Cast

Seated (left to right) Alice Nelson, Raymond Greenwood, Ednarae Morency, Robert Winter, Miss Annie Meengs, Forrest Hall, Beulah Giles, June Bodine

Standing — Franklin Lyon, Emma Wittevrongel, Margaret Enkelmann, Beverly Leaf, Mills Casterline, Marva Sheneman, Lawrence Bleier, Maxine Anderson, Dorrell Pelkey, Robert Quinn, Christie Vincent, George Weick, Bertha Knudson

Bob Winter, left end of front row, Muskegon High School 1932-33, Muskegon, MI
Robert Winter, Jr.-really stylish in knickers! 1931
May, Wilfrid, Ethel, Beth, & Murray Winter, Christmas, c. 1935

Christmas at Murray and May Winter’s Home, c. 1935.

Front Row: Margaret "Peg" George, Charles, Grace Winter, Beth Winter, Muriel Winter, Mary Clark Winter,
Seated: Wilfred Winter, Ethel Winter, Ida George, Marion Winter(standing), Isabella Smith Winter, Christina Darling Winter
Standing: Charles Winter, May Winter, Allan George, Fannie Winter, Murray Winter, Murray George, Walter George, Elsie Winter George, Raymond George, George Winter

Bob Winter, right end of back row in vest, Olivet College. Likely freshman or sophomore class, 1934/35

 

Bob Winter, 8th from left, back row, Olivet College.

1937/38 Olivet College ECHO. Wednesday, June 15, 1938. Volume XLVIII, No. 30. Page 1 - Graduation group photo, under the headline “Fifty-Two Seniors to Receive Diplomas Sunday” The text below the image reads

"From left to right Front row, Phoebe Hennigar, Ruth Yotter, Georgene Wilson, Helen Mary Byrum, Mary Branston, Susan Farr, Gretchen Arndts, Mary Lou Beardsley, Evelyn Sprague, Marge Marquam, Maire Lowery, Genevra Trierweiler, Eva McAlvay, Olivia Heimann, June Harris, Laura Berghorst;

Second row, Gustavo Polit, Robert Pearse, Edward Yotter, Caroline Meier, Louise Parmelee, Isabel Maybee, Mary Frances Bos, Ted Kopecko, John O’Brien, Tony Quandt, Class President Frank Powers, Walter Schneeman

Back row, Raymond Karcher, Jack Butterick, Arthur Josephson, Jack Kemp, Harry Kinsel, Ian Ross Kiltie, Kerry Gordon, Robert Winter, Russell Loftus, Emerson Grindall, Earl Wilson, George Krepps, Malcom McLeod, Don Stark, George Prentice, Tom Wagner, Frank Ransom, and William Dole

Absentees: William Marty, Ruth Churchill, Robert Allen, William De Young, Florence Efty, and Paul Hardwick.

Bob Winter, 4th from left, 5th row from front, suit and tie, Olivet College 1936. Click Here For Large Panorama Version

Likely in the photo:: Phoebe Hennigar, Ruth Yotter, Georgene Wilson, Helen Mary Byrum, Mary Branston, Susan Farr, Gretchen Arndts, Mary Lou Beardsley, Evelyn Sprague, Marge Marquam, Maire Lowery, Genevra Trierweiler, Eva McAlvay, Olivia Heimann, June Harris, Laura Berghorst; Gustavo Polit, Robert Pearse, Edward Yotter, Caroline Meier, Louise Parmelee, Isabel Maybee, Mary Frances Bos, Ted Kopecko, John O’Brien, Tony Quandt, Class President Frank Powers, Walter Schneeman Raymond Karcher, Jack Butterick, Arthur Josephson, Jack Kemp, Harry Kinsel, Ian Ross Kiltie, Kerry Gordon, Robert Winter, Russell Loftus, Emerson Grindall, Earl Wilson, George Krepps, Malcom McLeod, Don Stark, George Prentice, Tom Wagner, Frank Ransom, and William Dole William Marty, Ruth Churchill, Robert Allen, William De Young, Florence Efty, and Paul Hardwick.

Bob Winter, 9th from left, 3rd row from back row in a beanie cap AND the right end of 3rd row from front, again in beanie cap. Thanks to the generous help of the research staff at the college, and especially Hannah E. Mellino '19, Archives Administrative and Communications Assistant for these beautiful scans. Click Here For Large Panorama Version

Rollout Photo 1934-36 Olivet College. Among those included in the photo are likely:

Phoebe Hennigar, Ruth Yotter, Georgene Wilson, Helen Mary Byrum, Mary Branston, Susan Farr, Gretchen Arndts, Mary Lou Beardsley, Evelyn Sprague, Marge Marquam, Maire Lowery, Genevra Trierweiler, Eva McAlvay, Olivia Heimann, June Harris, Laura Berghorst; Gustavo Polit, Robert Pearse, Edward Yotter, Caroline Meier, Louise Parmelee, Isabel Maybee, Mary Frances Bos, Ted Kopecko, John O’Brien, Tony Quandt, Class President Frank Powers, Walter Schneeman Raymond Karcher, Jack Butterick, Arthur Josephson, Jack Kemp, Harry Kinsel, Ian Ross Kiltie, Kerry Gordon, Robert Winter, Russell Loftus, Emerson Grindall, Earl Wilson, George Krepps, Malcom McLeod, Don Stark, George Prentice, Tom Wagner, Frank Ransom, and William Dole William Marty, Ruth Churchill, Robert Allen, William De Young, Florence Efty, and Paul Hardwick.

Faculty likely in the photo: Paul Marion Flory philosophy, N. W. Larkum, John Seybold, Robert Rex Hancox, physics,(seated 7th from left)

Dinner Group, Standing: Murray Winter 4th from the left & May Winter 6th from the left.
Naomi Winter, Caroline (Carrie) Winslow Winter, Edith Winter (Carrie's daughter), Christina Winter, Fannie Winter--Taken in Wrentham or Mansfield, about 1935
Carrie was married to Charles Frederick Winter, son of Charles Winter who came over from Scotland. She was the mother of Beth Winter Gommi.

Walter and Elsie George, Fannie and Charlie Winter about 1935
Walter and Fannie were brother and sister as were Charlie and Elsie

George Ednie Winter (1918-2005), son of Charles & Fannie Winter, about 1936
?, Everett Olsen, George Winter, Robert Winter, Donald Kirkton, Allan George, ca 1938
Lois Brown at 1936 Yearbook
Lois Brown at Lake Archer 1936
Raymond George 1937-38--home from Annapolis
Bob & Lois Winter, Dating. New York World’s Fair, 1940.

1938 Winters and Georges in Wrentham, MA

About 1938. Wrentham, MA. In tree:l-r-Marian Winter, Margaret (Peggy) George,

Standing: Charles Winter, Bertha White, George Winter, Fanny Winter, Allan George, Ida George, Raymond George, Velma Winter, Robert Winter, Jr., Christina Winter, Mary Winter, Charles Winter, Walter George,

Kneeling/seated: Emma George, Robert Winter, Sr., Elsie Winter, Muriel Winter, Murray George, Grace Winter

Walter and Elsie George and their children l-r Peg, Walter, Murray, Raymond, Allan, Elsie (Winter), and Ida George, 1939, Wrentham, MA

Difficult Jobs Master;
Murray George, Dies December 3, 1970

A man who made a practice of doing ditficult tasks died in the adobe bouse he built by hand.

Murray W. George. 57, of Ralston. a landscape architect with the National Park Service for 21 years. apparently suffered a heart attack.

George, a native of Massachusetts, moved to Ralston in 1949 and began building an eight-room Spanish style house with two baths and two fireplaces.

To keep the adobe bricks from washing away in the rain. he added an asphalt mixture.

In 1963, a 40-ft tree was causing to much shade on part of the lawn. George
moved the tree, roots and all, 40 ft away so the shade could land on the house.

In his job, he designed the park around the St. Louis Arch as well as many parts of other national parks.

Funeral services will be at p.m. Sunday at Kaiser Mortuary in Papillion.

The family suggests memorials be made to the Nebraska Heart Fund.

Besides his wife, Rudi, he is survived by a son Murray Jr. Sioux City. Iowa and mother. Mrs. Elsie George of Wrentham, Mass.

Recordings by Dick Manley

To build your own house is not uncommon in Ralston. But. when you make your own building materials too, you have done something rare.

Mr. and Mu. Murray George have tackled that job. And the material they are maklng is rare. It is adobe. stabilized adobe. to bu exact. Around here the closest, example probably is
the library in Bellevue.

So the Georges are pioneering a type of building in Ralston. Fact is. they are pioneers in another way— namely, in clearing their home site.

The story started last February when Murray was transferred to Omaha from Boston. He is landscape architect with the National Park Service in the Department of Interior. The Georges lived in Derham, a suburb of Boston. They have a son, 5-year-old Wint, (Murray Winter George, Jr.).

Tough week: Being suburbanites at heart. they scouted the outskirts of Omaha. Ralston took their fancy. Then they scouted the village for houses and vacant sites.

On 80th and Q Street they found what they wanted. It was an unlikely looking spot. Trees, bushes and poison ivy thick on the nine lots they bought.

But they pitched in like old time pioneers. Rudi (that's Mrs George)
swung an ax, too. They look on enough trees for the house, then dug trenches for pipes and a couple septic, tank pits.

Ida George, State Teachers College, Bridgewater, MA, 1937. Ida is in 2nd row over left shoulder of man in the middle of first row.
Charlie and Fannie (George) Winter and their children, about 1939
l-r, Grace, Charlie, Muriel, George, Charles, Fannie, and Marion, Wrentham, MA
Velma Winter, Lois Brown, Bertha White, 1940
Bob & Lois Winter, Plymouth Church, Miami 1940, Wedding Day
Robert Jr. , Velma Winter, Roberrt Winter Sr.
Bob & Lois Winter--1940
Pat Winter & Doris Brown, 1941
Patricia Alice Winter, 6 months old, December 1941

Pat & Phone, 1942--photo by Florence Brown

Marion Winter, b.1921, c. 1939
Marion Winter, b.1921, c. 1939
Lois & Pat Winter, 1941
Bob, Lois & Pat Winter, 1943
Bertha White crocheted Pat’s dress.
Ethel Winter & Air Force Friend, 1943
Summer in Wrentham-1944,
l-r Bob Winter, Jr., Velma White Winter, Lois Brown Winter, Doris Brown, Bertha White. In front, Nancy Winter ( l) and Pat Winter (r)
Ida George, Marion Winter, Beth Winter, Muriel Winter, Grace Winter, Marion, Muriel & Grace are sisters. Beth and Ida are cousins. Thanksgiving 1944.
May, Murray and Beth Winter
Thanksgiving 1944, Charlie & Fannie Winter’s house, Wrentham, MA
Mary, Chris & Isabella Winter, sisters,
Thanksgiving , 1944, Wrentham, MA
Fanny & Charlie Winter’s house.
Emma Elizabeth George (July 3, 1883–Nov. 21, 1964), sister of Walter H. and Alfred E. George and sister of Mrs. Charles C. "Fannie" Winter. ca 1920. WWI Yeoman (Female) Summer Uniform, USN. She lived in Hartford and West Hartford, Connecticut for 15 years
Isabella Winter, Walter George, Muriel Winter, May & Murray Winter, Fannie Winter, Elsie W. George, Beth Winter, Chris Winter, Ida George(Hidden), Grace /w Elton Brown Jr., Emma George, Marion Winter, Charles Winter
Thanksgiving, 1944
Muriel, Marion, Fannie, Charles & Grace Winter,
Thanksgiving, 1944
Emma George, Elsie W. & Walter George, Ida George, and Elton Brown Jr., Thanksgiving , 1944.
Christine Winter, Mary(?) Winter, unknown, May Kirkton Winter
Ethel, Beth, Wilfred, May and Murray Winter Family
10 Dana Street in Cambridge, MA, where the Auntie Twins and Aunt Chris lived for many years. It was built in 1909, called The Castle, and was designed by well-known Boston architects, Newhall and Blevins,
Pat Winter, chair, made by her Grandfather Winter, c. 1944. Portrait by her Aunt Florence
2010 gathering of Winter cousins. Back-l-r John Farquharson, Pat Winter Oakes, Nancy Winter Hatch, Bill Farquharson (son of John and Priscilla), frt--Betty Elliot, Priscilla Elliot Farquharson, & Bill (William Winter) Elliot--taken at Bertucci's in the Derby St. Shoppes in Hingham, MA. Priscilla & William Winter Elliot are the great-grandchildren of William Clark Winter.

5/16/15 A gathering of Winters, Georges, and Browns for Grace Winter Cochrane's 90th birthday--on Sanibel Island.

In the photo from left to right standing in the back: Gordon Cochrane, Fred Brown, Kim Cochrane, Bruce Gosse, Steve Cochrane, Bruce Cochrane, Ian Gosse and spouse, Dianne Selden.

Second Row: Russell Maynard, Cathy Brown (spouse of Fred Brown), Kate Winter, Barbara Thomson, Cathy Cochrane (spouse of Steve Cochrane), Marianne MacLaren Thomson Lawarence (aka Mary Mac), Nate Lawrence.

Seated in the front left to right: Lee Cochrane, Grace Winter Cochrane, Jane Beresford Maynard, and Lisa Cochrane with Sanna Bella the dog.

 

LtoR, Jim & Marion Winter Thomson's wedding, Apr. 3, 1945, home of the bride's parents, 192 E. St., Wrentham, with Grace,*Fannie ,Velma, ?, *Charlie Winter (*brides parents), Beth Winter. J&M drove to Newport News, he shipped out the next day. Minister, Melville Shafer, married C&F 28 yrs prior.
Beth, Loel, Aunt May, Wilfrid, Minin, and young Marjorie. This was taken at Grace and Cy Cochrane's wedding reception--Wrentham, MA. May, married to Murray, was step-mother of Beth and Wilfrid. May’s sister Ethel was their mother; she died shortly after Beth was born.
Pat, Nancy, and Bobby with grandparents Robert and Velma Winter, 1946, Wrentham, MA

IsLois, Bobby, Bob, Sandy, Pat and Nancy, 1949

170 Winter Street, Wrentham, 1948 Gramma Winter, Nancy, Lois, Sandy, Pat, Bob Winter, Gordon, Ellie, Margie, Lois, Grampa Winter, Elsie Wilson,
Gramma Brown with Sandy & Bobby '49-'50
Back: Bobby, Becky Brown, Pat
Front: Sandy, Martha Brown, Nancy, 1949
Lois and Children--Sandy, Nancy, Bobby, and Pat 1951
Portrait by Aunt Florence--Mom made our dresses
Cyrus Mark Cochrane (1922-2004), husband of Grace Louise Winter, 1952 in Hawaii
Lois Brown Winter, 1952
Robert S. & Velma White Winter, Grandparents, 1952

Lois and Pat Winter, 1944

 

Nancy, Pat, and Lois B. Winter, 1944, Coral Gables, FL
Probably taken by Aunt Florence
Florence Brown, Pat & Nancy Winter, 1946
Nancy Ellen Winter , 1946
Bobby Winter, III--1947
Sandy would have been a small baby when this was taken.

Nancy, Pat
Sandy, Bobby
Winter, 1949

Pat, Sandy, and Nancy Winter, Easter 1951
Bobby is not in the picture as he had the chicken pox--57 Campina Court, Coral Gables, FL
Bertha White, Lois Brown Winter, Velma White Winter, Robert S. Winter, Jr., Robert S. Winter Sr., Stephanie Caldarone (in arms), Judy Caldarone. Aug. 1957
Front: L to R: Sandy Winter, Bobby Dolan, Richie Hoffman, Laura Houghton with Tom in front.
2nd row: Nancy, Pat and Bobby Winter
Back Row: Julie Hoffman with Billy on lap, Cody Dolan, Lois Winter, Marian Brown (in back), Bob Winter
July 7, 1950
Beth (Winter) and Loel Raymond's wedding, June 28, 1947, Wrentham, MA
l-r--Ida George, Wilfrid Winter, Muriel Winter, J. Wally Weber, Sherwood Parker Raymond, Loel and Beth, Ethel Winter, Harold Andrew Raymond, Lilllian Power, Dick Farrar, Kathy Kavanaugh , and two flower girls, on left is Jane Schouler and right, Cynthia Weber. Click Button details and larger picture.
Charles & Fannie Winter, Grace & Cy Cochrane's wedding-
Feb. 21, 1948
Charles Crane Winter, Fannie George Winter, Grace Winter Cochrane, and Cyrus Mark Cochrane
This picture was taken in the living room in the house on East Street.
Bob and Murray Winter 3/4/1949
Bob Winter and brother Murray Winter visit during the wedding reception for Aunt Florence and Uncle Nick Caldarone. The reception was in the church parsonage in Wrentham, MA.
Pat, Nancy, Bobby, Sanday Winter with grandparents, Velma and Robert Winter..
Velma White Winter--1950s
Nancy,Pat, Sandy & Bobby Winter, 1953
57 Campina Court, Coral Gables, FL
Nancy, Lois, Sandy, Robert & Pat Winter with Uncle Alden White, 1954, Florida

Our Christmas card picture for 1954 in our new house at 5910 S.W. 81st St.

Front: Sandy and Bobby Winter, Back: Nancy and Pat Winter

Naomi Ednie Winter-(1904-1976), about 1955
Sisters, Velma Winter & Bertha White, about 1960 at 170 Winter Street, Wrentham, MA
A gathering of Winters and Browns--August, 1958 Back:l-r-Bob & Velma Winter, Bertha White, Peg Brown, Nancy, Bob, & Lois Winter, Bud & Elton Brown; Front: Bobby, Pat, & Sandy Winter, Martha Brown, Stephanie Caldarone, Fred, Phil, & Becky Brown
Walter and Elsie George with Elsie’s siblings, Mary, John, Chris, Isabella, and Charlie Winter,
50th Wedding Anniversary, Dec. 14, 1962
Aunt Bertha, Aunt Chris, Aunt Isabella, Grandma Velma, 10 Dana St., Cambridge, MA, 1964
Ted & Elizabeth (Beth) Winter Gommi,
Queen Mary, 1967--Beth was the granddaughter of Charles Winter, one of the brothers who came over from Scotland. Her husband Ted did the first family genealogy in the 1970s
Elsie Winter George, Bud Brown, Raymond George, sailing around Newport, June 17, 1969 (Note that Aunt Elsie has her handbag with her on the boat.)
Charlie, Ethel & David Hyman
Nancy, Pat, and Sandy with Charlie (1925-2009) and Ethel Winter Hyman (1924-2012) in Manhattan, 2008. We had a lovely visit. Ethel is Robert Winter’s cousin.
Ethel Winter --1939--daughter of May (Kirkton) and Murray Winter
Ethel Winter --1939
Entrance Exams 1st Class of H. S. Performing Arts at Juilliard. Seated:John Martin, Critic NY Times, Martha Hill, Martha Graham, Standing.:B.J. Wahlberg, Pianist, Ethel Winter, Instructor, Mrs.Draper, Murial Stuart, Ballet--1948
Ethel Kirkton Winter Hyman danced with the Martha Graham Company and taught at Juilliard--photo--1957
Ethel KirktonWinter Hyman, daughter of Murray and May Winter--1963
Ethel Winter in Martha Graham’s “Frontier”--1964
Ethel Winter, the Juilliard School’s Dance Department’s 2008 recipient of the Martha Hill Lifetime Achievement Award. Click for more. Photo from 1965
Ethel Winter-1943

Credit...Sam Falk/The New York Times

Ethel Winter, who brought natural lyricism and startling passion to the Martha Graham Dance Company as a leading dancer there from the 1940s through the ’60s, and who mentored hundreds of students at the Juilliard School, at the Graham school and abroad, died on March 10 in Manhattan. She was 87.

Her death was confirmed by her son, David Hyman.

“Beauty” was a word often applied to Ms. Winter’s stage presence. When she first performed as a student dancer with the visiting Graham company at Bennington College in 1943, she seemed destined for roles with a gentle or innocent edge.

Critics initially saw her in this vein after she joined the company the next year. In 1948 she became the first dancer to perform one of Martha Graham’s own roles in a solo, “Salem Shore.” John Martin, dance critic of The New York Times, wrote that she “looks charming, moves beautifully and projects a wistful romanticism.”

Yet Ms. Winter proved herself a dancer of wide range over the years, creating roles in Graham works (including Helen of Troy in “Clytemnestra” and the vengeful Aphrodite in “Phaedra”) as well as the lead in other pieces — sometimes in Graham’s own roles, like the bride in “Appalachian Spring” and Jocasta in “Night Journey.”

Paul Taylor, who danced with Ms. Winter in the Graham company in the 1950s, summed up her versatility in his memoir," Private Domain" writing, “Ethel Winter is a many-pointed star — spiritual as St. Joan, lascivious as Aphrodite, flirtatious as Cleopatra.”

“Her individuality always comes through,” he added.

Ms. Winter’s transition to harder-edged roles was credited to an incident during the Graham company’s tour of Asia in 1955-56. Ms. Winter became angry in a dressing room about an entangled costume, stripped it off and then stamped on it with some good-natured swearing. Graham observed her and commented, “Good girl, Ethel.”

From then on, she excelled in roles like the Girl in Red, the embodiment of passion in “Diversion of Angels,” Graham’s exploration of aspects of love. In 1962 she was the scheming Aphrodite, imbued with erotic movement, in Graham’s “Phaedra.”

Ms. Winter was a member of the Graham company until 1969 and appeared as a guest artist until 1973. She was also hailed as a great teacher and taught at Juilliard for 50 years, until 2003.Ethel Winter was born on June 18, 1924, in Wrentham, Mass., where she took dance classes as a child before studying in Boston. As an undergraduate at Bennington College in Vermont, she was introduced to the modern-dance pioneers by Martha Hitt, director of the college’s dance program and the first head of Juilliard’s dance division.

In 1943, when the Graham company was resident at Bennington, Ms. Winter performed with it as a student. She interned at the Graham school in New York in her senior year and graduated from Bennington after making an official debut with the company in its 1945 Broadway season.

In 1948, according to a biographical essay by the dance scholar Victoria Phillips Geduld, Ms. Winter became ill with tuberculosis.

After a year of bed rest, she returned to Vermont to teach at Bennington and work toward a master’s degree. There she met Charles Hyman, who taught stage design and lighting in the theater arts department and who was later the Graham troupe’s stage manager. They were married in 1950. Mr. Hyman died three years ago. Ms. Winter is survived by their son, David.

Ms. Winter suffered a relapse of tuberculosis and decided not to tour for a period in the 1950s, Ms. Geduld said. Instead, she danced in the companies of the Graham dancers Sophie Maslow and Anna Sokolow in New York and performed in a Broadway show, “Ankles Aweigh,” in 1955.

Ms. Winter then returned to the Graham troupe and, from 1962 to 1969, toured with her own small group. Although she was not primarily interested in choreography, “En Dolor,” the Spanish-tinged student solo she created at 19, became a modern-dance classic. It will be performed this spring in New York and Seattle.

Correction: March 19, 2012

An earlier version misstated the names of two dancers in a photo caption. They are Helen McGehee and Akiko Kanda, not Helen McGenee and Akibo Kanda.

Babe Ruth, Charlie Hyman and g-father Max Rosner & Lou Gehrig, c 1929, Charlie married Ethel Winter
Charlie Hyman and Babe Ruth, c. 1933
Charlie Hyman & Joe DiMaggio, c. 1936
Charles Hyman, (1925-2009), husband of Ethel Winter, father of David Hyman

David Hyman, son of Charlie and Ethel Winter Hyman,
NewYork, 1962

Mardie Winter, St. Andrew’s Church Yard in Scotland, 1984
1977 Winter-Oakes-Hatch-Heckman, Cumberland Falls
Winters and Georges at Aunt Elsie's 100th birthday party, October 24, 1985 Wrentham, MA
Back row, l-r, Allan George, Wilfrid Winter, Raymond George, Bob Winter, Beth Winter Raymond, Marion Winter Thomson, George Winter
Middle row, Ida George Meikle, Ethel Winter Hyman, Muriel Winter Beresford, Marilyn George and her older sister Shirley George (daughters of Uncle Al George--I don't know their married names)
Front row--Peg George Brown, Mardie Winter (who came all the way from Scotland for the party), Dorothy Winter, Elsie Winter George (celebrating her 100th birthday), and May Kirkton Winter
Bob and Lois Winter on a camel in Egypt--1992
Mom and Dad had a great trip--but Mom got sick and dehydrated--had to be hospitalized when they got home
Dave and Ida's 50th wedding anniversary, July 2001
On the left--Charles and Theresa Meikle Griswold, center, Ida and Dave Meikle, right: Eric, Peggy (Meikle) and Will Egli

Winter/Brown Family Reunion group picture, July 19, 2007, Giants Ridge, Biwabik, MN

Back row, L>R--Sarah Oakes, Beth Oakes, Elizabeth Brown, Phil Brown, Josh Brown, Mardie Oakes, Tony Deifell, Kamala H. Johnson, Ethan Buck on Eugene Buck's shoulders, Jay Johnson w/ Jaheim, Robert Winter. Allison H. Edgecomb, Pat W. and Mel Oakes, Cindy Davies, Zach Brown, Linda Ronan, Alicia and Cathy Brown, Elton Brown, Theresa Brown, Aaron Brown, Shanti H. Blatnik w/ Katia, Martha B. Koziol, Robert Hanson, Becky B. Erlenbach, Emily Brown, Peg George Brown (senior member of the family)

Middle--L>R--Kathy Brown, Ellie Wilson Reppucci, Margie Wilson Davies, Nancy Ronan Morrison, (skip Allison) Jean Webb, (skip Cindy), Cassie Davies-Juhnke, (skip Linda), Jessamy Brown, Fred Brown(sunglasses), Sandra W. Heckman, Asha, Pragya (Mishra), Sanjeev and Gaurav Adhikari

Front--L>R--Doug and Nancy W. Hatch, Emily Buck, Sophia Blatnik, Aliyah Johnson, Susanna Edgecomb, Jada Johnson, Lydia Blatnik, Scott Blatnik, Grace and Rose Morrison, Ray Brown

Also at the reunion, but not pictured, were Beth Bidlock, Dave Juhnke, Carla and Jay Erlenbach, Becka Boss, and Frank Blatnik.

Wrentham High School & Town Hall, 1958 (now demolished.)
Spring 1965. Cerry Blossums, Great-Uncle John Ednie Winter in N. Attleborough, MA
John signed it on the back "91 + years"--he lived to be 96

George Ednie Winter from 1940 Tufts University Yearbook

Side view of my grandparents' home--170 Winter St., Wrentham, MA--1941
Side view of my grandparents' home--170 Winter St., Wrentham, MA--1941
Early 1940s Doris, Ida, and Peg in front of of Aunt May and Uncle Murray's home on South Street in Wrentham, MA
Tufts University 1940 Yearbook
George Ednie Winter, Senior Class.

Tufts University 1940 Yearbook
George Ednie Winter, back row, extreme right.