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Julina Wisdom Burge
1864 - 1938
 
Julina, William, Cornelius, David, John, John Winbourne, Elizabeth, Isaac Hart
Winbourne

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Julina was the third child and second daughter of William Grant and Mary Elizabeth Wisdom Winbourn. "Junie" was born November 4, 1864 on 13th Street on the banks of Cherry Creek, in a thriving little town called Denver City, which later became the city of Denver. Her parents and other settlers had left their farms in Weld Co, Colorado Territory because of an Indian scare. Here they were protected by United States Troops. On the 29th of November 1864, over a thousand Indians were killed in a battle with Colonel John M. Chivington, the Methodist minister turned soldier, at Sand Creek, known as the Sand Creek Massacre. This area was just a few miles south of where Julina was born. Later, her father returned to tend to his fall and winter crops. It is not known when the family returned to their home. Julina married William Jefferson Burge August 21, 1883 in Woodville, Jackson Co, AL. Julina died Jan 17, 1938 Fort Lupton, Weld Co, Colorado. Burial: Jan 19, 1938 Hillside Cemetery, Fort Lupton, Weld Co, CO. Children of Julina (Winbourn) & Will J. Burge: Wiley Winbourn 1885-1950, Lee Hamilton 1886-1901, Walter Tracy 1888-1946, William Marvin 1891, infant son 1892-1892, infant daughter 1893, infant daughter 1894, Thomas Fisher 1895-1976, Albert Clark Burge 1898-1960, Pearl Burge 1900-1961, Floyd Wisdom Burge 1902-1968, Francis Woodall Burge 1904-1948, Dennis Allen Burge 1906-1985, Norman Brown Burge 1908-1970
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Lupton,
Colorado

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