Category Archives: Weaver

James, Sr. & Mary (Smith) Weaver Family – Sussex, Town of Lisbon,Waukesha Co., Wisconsin

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William, Sr. & Mary  (Smith) Weaver Family Compiled and Edited by Michael R. Reilly Last Revised 11/17/2015     We start with the Weaver family below andwill update the chart, with others to follow as information is received. Pleasesend additions and corrections to the Editor (see bottom of page for contactinformation). Descendants of William Weaver, Sr. Generation No. 1 1. W… Read more »

Weaver Family Highlights

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  Weaver Family: Ten Years in America – Life Highlights by Michael R. Reilly, February 5, 2014 The Weaver family, with father, William F., and wife, Mary Hardeman, came from the Canterbury [see Note 1] church Diocese [where oldest child, James, was christened], in Old Romney, Kent County, England, then relocated at a later date to Peasmarsh, Sussex, County, England…. Read more »

William Weaver

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Early settler’s claim became heart of Sussex by Fred H. Keller Posted: April 14, 2014, Living Sussex Sun As the United States and Wisconsin were being settled, the way to get people to move into the wilds, starting in 1836, was the Homestead Act. In Wisconsin, one could claim land for $1.25 an acre by staking the land and registering… Read more »

Melinda Ann Warren Weaver – Memories of Early Days: Life of an Early Settler

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“Memories of EarlyDays” by Melinda Ann Warren Weaver, Darlington Wis., December 21, 1875 Transcribed and Edited by Michael R.Reilly Last Revised 03/03/2005 Life of an Early Settler         It took along time though for us to get the comforts and conveniences for ourselves andfamilies that we had been used to having, and were anxious to have and werestriving hard to… Read more »

Melinda Ann Warren Weaver – Memories of Early Days: School and Grain

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“Memories of Early Days” by Melinda Ann Warren Weaver, Darlington Wis., December 21, 1875 Transcribed and Edited by Michael R.Reilly Last Revised 08/07/2009 School and Grain        I see that my thoughts havewandered years away from this time and circumstances that I commenced to writeabout in this letter. What I have written concerning this one particular familyseems of right to belong… Read more »

Melinda Ann Warren Weaver – Memories of Early Days: The Wolf

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“Memories of EarlyDays” by Melinda Ann Warren Weaver, Darlington Wis., December 21, 1875 Transcribed and Edited by Michael R.Reilly Last Revised 03/03/2005 The Wolf     We recollect being invited to go and spendthe day with an old gentleman and lady, in the year 1837. We went, my husband and myself, and we walked. Itwas two miles from home, and my… Read more »

Melinda Ann Warren Weaver – Memories of Early Days: First Fouth of July;Melinda’s Obituary

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“Memories of EarlyDays” by Melinda Ann Warren Weaver, Darlington Wis., December 21, 1875 Transcribed and Edited by Michael R. Reilly Last Revised 07/17/2014 The First Fourth of July &  Melinda’s Obituary     Burlington, Wis., July 3, 1876 As I sit alone in my room this 3rd of July evening, 1876,while my family are peacefully resting in the quiet embrace of… Read more »

Richard Weaver, Life of

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    HON. RICHARD WEAVER. One of the best known men in Waukesha County Is this sterling( English gentleman, who has been one of its honored citizens since 1837. He is a native of the county of Sussex, England, where his birth occurred August 2.^), 1827, Being the fourth in a family of sixteen children, whose parents were Hon. James… Read more »

Thomas Weaver Family

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Thomas Weaver Family Compiled and Edited by Michael R.Reilly Last Revised 11/17/2015                                                       Descendants of Thomas  Generation No. 1  1. THOMAS1 He married ANNE. More About THOMAS: Abode: 1813, Kenardington, Kent Occupation: 1813, Labourer More About ANNE: Abode: 1813, Kenardington, Kent Children of THOMAS and ANNE are: i. ELIZABETH2 WEAVER, b. Sep 1798, Snave, Kent. More About ELIZABETH WEAVER: Baptism: 13… Read more »

Weaver, Rebecca & David Bonham

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Rebecca Weaver & David Bonham Family Compiled and Edited by Michael R.Reilly Last Revised 11/17/2015     We start with the Rebecca Weaver family below andwill update the chart, with others to follow as information is received. Pleasesend additions and corrections to the Editor (see bottom of page for contactinformation). Descendants of Rebecca Weaver Generation No. 1 1. REBECCA3WEAVER(WILLIAMF.2,JAMES1)was born 22… Read more »