1850 Census: 14 NOV 1850
Place: Perry Twp, Union Co, Pennsylvania
Note: Living with parents, Amos and Barbara Winey
Moved to: 22 MAR 1860
Place: Darke County, Ohio
1860 Census: Didn’t find him in either Pennsylvania or Ohio.
Note: Josiah was very artistic. He used to draw sketches, write poetry, and make carvings out of bone. He even used to make designs in his lawn with the mower.
Religion: Was an elder at the German Baptist Brethren Church.
1870 Census: 11 JUN 1870
Place: Campbell, Ionia Co, Michigan
Note: Living with wife, Mary, and four children. Farmer.
County Directory: 1872
Place: Ionia Co
Note: Winey, Josiah G, farmer & preacher, Section 35, Campbell Twp, Campbell post office.
1880 Census: 04 JUN 1880
Place: Campbell, Ionia County, Michigan, USA
Note: Living with wife, Mary, and nine children. Farmer
Religion: BEF 1883
Note: At the time of the split in the Church of the Brethren, he went over to the Campbell Progressive Brethren Church.
Note: Was the first pastor at the Campbell Progressive Brethren Church.
1900 Census: 01 JUN 1900
Place: Campbell Twp., Ionia County, Michigan, USA
Note: Living with wife, Mary, and two children. States that Josiah’s and Mary’s parents were all born in Pennsylvania. It states that Josiah was a Minister
1910 Census: 28 APR 1910
Place: Campbell Twp, Ionia Co, Michigan
Note: Wife and one son are living in household.
Death: 26 JUN 1916 Campbell Twp., Ionia Co., Michigan
Details: 76 years 6 months 24 days. Died from Pulmonary Adema.
Burial: 27 JUN 1916 Lakewood Lakeside Cemetery, section 34 on Cemetery Rd. in Lake Odessa
Click here to see parents: Amos Winey and Barbara Graybill
Note: Baptized and received into the German Baptist Brethren Church.
Moved to: 1868
Place: Ionia Co, Michigan
Death: 14 MAY 1920 Campbell Twp, Ionia Co, Michigan
Details: 80 years 1 month 3 days. Died from chronic valvular heart disease.
Obituary: 21 MAY 1920
Place: Lake Odessa Wave-Times
Note: The funeral was held at the Progressive Brethren Church. Rev. M. V. Garrison officiated.