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Velma Lee Ainsworth Windham

Velma Lee Ainsworth Windham, American writer, poet. Recipient numerous poetry awards, including 8 certificates of Merit World Poetry, 4 Golden Poet awards, 2 Silver Poet awards, Recognition award Famous Poets Society, Certified of Recognition, Follow That Dream Song Writers Assn.

Background

  • Windham, Velma Lee Ainsworth was born on December 11, 1919 in Taylorsville, Mississippi, United States.

  • Education

    • Graduate, Taylorsville High School, 1939.

    Works

    • Author: Down Memory Lane, 1970s, Treasury of Wildflowers, 1980s, My Legacy of Love, 2003, Roses, Lilies & Daffodils, 2006, over 1000 poems. News columnist two newspapers.

    Connections

    • Daughter of Joseph Robert and Lou Tishie (Nichols) Ainsworth. Widowed; children: Lex Randal, Donald Patrick, Sandra Lynn, James Enrique (deceased).
    • father: Joseph Robert Ainsworth
    • mother: Lou Tishie (Nichols) Ainsworth
    • children: Lex Randal Windham
    • Donald Patrick Windham
    • Sandra Lynn Windham
    • James Enrique Windham (deceased)
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    Nationality
    • 1939
      Taylorsville High School