William Wallace Wines married Elizabeth Halsey Baker
June 9, 1839
William Wallace Wines was Born November 20, 1816 In Canterbury, Connecticut, and died December 21, 1889 in
Ann Arbor City, Michigan.  He was married to Elizabeth Halsey Baker, daughter of Gardner Baker and Mary, on June
09, 1839 in Brigdehampton, Long Island, New York by Rev. J.A. Copp.  Elizabeth was born March 12, 1818 in Bridge
Hampton, New York, and died June 16, 1892 in Ann Arbor City, Michigan.

William and Elizabeth had the following children:

Nancy Halsey Wines b. April 04, 1840, Sag Harbor, Long Island, New York
d. December 07, 1913, Ann Arbor City, Michigan married
Edwin Vincent Hadley, August 30, 1862, Ann Arbor,
Michigan b. August 28, 1838, Mooresville, Indiana; d. January 02, 1883, Chicago, Illinois.

Dr. Henry Hebbard Wines b. November 12, 1841 d: July 2, 1868 married Henrietta A. Henion
   Henry Wines was a graduate of the medical department of the University in Ann Arbor and also of the Bellevue
Hospital Medical College in New York City. He located in Adrian, Michigan where he practiced until his death. Henry
died at the age of 26 from Dysentery.

Fannie Jane Wines b: June 19, 1852 d: February 19, 1919
   Fanny suffered from Epilepsy for many years and apparently was not permitted by her family to marry. Fanny was
treated by Dr. N.H. Jackson at the Michigan Farm Colony for Epileptics from September 18, 1818, until her death on
February 19, 1919 at the age of 56 years.
Fannie's estate was administered July 31, 1825 by Edwin J. Hadley, Nephew of Fannie. The estate was divided in
equal shares to her nieces, Anne L. Hadley and Elizabeth H. Chapin and her nephew, Edwin J. Hadley.
Sources:
Past and Present, Washtenaw County Michigan, by Samuel W. Beakes
TOGETHER WITH BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES OF MANY OF IT PROMINENT AND LEADING CITIZENS AND ILLUSTRIOUS
DEAD
Chicago: The S.J. Clarke Publishing Co. 1906
Cemetery Records, Forest Hill Cemetery Records, Michigan.
Death Certificate, State of Michigan, Registered no. 25, State of Michigan Estate Records, Book 304, page 217
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