From "Memorials of Two Sisters: Susanna & Catherine Winkworth" Edited by their niece Margaret J. Shaen.1908?
"Eldest son of a wealthy yeoman, who owned the farm of Stone Court, & some outlying property at Pembury, Kent." Disowned by his father on account of his religious views. Started a village school, & finally settled at Pembury as a small landowner.
+ 2 daughters?
+ daughter married Henry Winkworth, died 21/4/1841.
"youngest brother." Living in 1847.
The Rev. William Winkworth
Chaplain of St. Saviour's Southwark, & chaplain of Horsemonger Lane Goal. married. ____; she died 2/1841.
+ Thomas Winkworth. A navy surgeon, & afterwards a silk manufacturer in partnership with his brother Henry. + son.
+ Henry Winkworth. Clerk in a Government Office, & afterwards a silk manufacturer in partnership with his brother Thomas. Died Brother, went into the Navy. Died young, unmarried.