Poet, historical columnist. Born– Feb. 3, 1882, in Sumter Co., Ala. Parents– Charles Henry and Irene Houston (Park) Winston. Married– William Thomas Sheehan on Nov. 12, 1907. Children– Four. Education– attended Alabama Conference Female College (Huntingdon) and Baylor University. Wrote column for Montgomery Advertiser as well as poetry and historical sketches; worked for Alabama Department of Archives and History, Alabama State Tax Department, and the Resettlement Administration. Member– Daughters of the American Revolution and United Daughters of the Confederacy.


Alabama Blue Book and Social Register; files at Jacksonville State University.


Battle at the Bend. Montgomery, Ala.?; author, 1959.

Bright in Mosaic. Montgomery, Ala.; Paragon Press, 1920.

Calico Queens. Montgomery, Ala.?; s.n., 1951.

The Conestoga Wagon. Cynthiana, Ky.; Hohson Book Press, 1945.

Me’en Buddy. Montgomery, Ala.; Paragon Press, 1926.

Night on the Terrace; a Sequence of Love Poems. New York; Paebar, 1942.

Poems. Montgomery, Ala.; Shamrock Press, 1968.

Young Pioneers. Montgomery, Ala.; Dixie Book Co., 1936.