|Kitty Henson (#46990932)|
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|Connie Hymas||Phil Derricott|
Thanks so much for the transfer!
|OC Pioneer||RE: Orval Thomas Smith|
Flubbed former message with wrong click before ready to send. Would you please mail me at email@example.com as could not connect to your regular mail.
Betty I. House
There is some connection I believe to my Howell family. Harriet (Hattie) Howell born Oct. 12, 1865 married Riley Rex Farrier and a daughter narried Smith.
|Christy ||Related to Lila Henson|
I am so grateful for the work you've done. My mother (Donna Carole Larsen-Elder) was the daughter of Lila Henson and James Larsen. She was adopted in to the Elder family in the 40's. I never met or knew any of her relatives besides her sister and 2 brothers. My mom passed last year and I just recently received her photo albums. I have been doing research trying to find my relationship with the people in these photos. I have been communicating with a woman in San Diego that knew Stuart Henson. I don't know why my mom never talked about anyone or why I didn't ask. My mom died unexpectedly and I have SO MANY regrets.
How are we related? I may find the answers as I will continue looking and reading your posts.
Added by Christy on Aug 17, 2014 7:18 PM
|Anonymous||Caroline & Horace Weaver|
I'm pretty sure we are related. Caroline Parsons Weaver is my 3rd great grandmother, and Edward Weaver & Martha Patsy Raymer Weaver Draper are my 4th great grandparents. My family line goes down through Edward and Martha's daughter Emma Jane Weaver Dixson, to Esie Lydia Dixson, Nixon Bybee, to my grandfather Harry F Nixon. I knew absolutely NOTHING about my grandfather or his family growing up, I only met him once and my mother barely saw him growing up. I sent you an email, hopefully we can talk!
|Myra Jean Hall||Bob Montgomery mar to Alice Draper|
Bob & Alice's marriage: 24Dec1949 Bingham County, Idaho File# 21484
Check out this page it has a very detailed history of Gilbert Weavers Family
He is the son of
Edward Weaver 1799
Horace Weaver b 1822 Dryden NY
(The only child not to join the Mormon church)
(In 1950 moved to Wisconson)
(moved to ID to be with Franklin's family)
Miles Weaver b 1826 Scio NY
Franklin Weaver 1828 Scio
w-Christina Rachael Reed
(Moved to ID in his late years)
Gilbert 1835 Porterville NY
(Porterville NY is where the family joins the Mormon Church)
Martha Elizabeth Weaver 1837 Nauvoo IL
Mirinda Weaver 1838 Nauvoo IL
Cecelia Weaver Nauvoo IL
In 1842 Edward Weaver Dies from pneumonia while working to build the Mormon church in Nauvoo
In 1846 the Mormon families were driven out of Nauvoo IL
Martha travels with all her children Across the Missiissippi river, it was at this time that three of her children were recruited into the American - Maxican war, the youngest Martha was 11years old and her two older brothers, Franklin 21 & Miles 23.
After her sons return to meet the family in Utah they discover their Mother died in childbirth 1846 after her marriage to William Draper.
Franklin later moved to ID with his first wife, his brother Horace also moved to ID around 1889, nd his daugher Mary is the namesake for Marysville ID, whe she built the first house there.
His daughter Emma Jane Weaver Dixon
Married Frank Dixon
Their daughter was Elsie L Dixon
She Married Fred B NIXON
Their son was
Harry Frederick Nixon, my grandfather
|ANCESTRY DETECTIVE||Horace Weaver|
The information I got from Familysearch.com list his
1st wife as
Eliza Eihlburner 1827-1847,
2nd wife as
Caroline Mary Jane Parsons 1830-1915,
Their children are listed as
Mary Lucinda Weaver 1850-1921
Wallace Winfield Weaver 1853-Deceased
Pricilla Ella Weaver 1855-1926
Martha Almina Weaver 1858-1890
Emma Jane Weaver 1860-1918
Dora Belle Weaver 1862-1863
Edward Thoritt Weaver 1864-1939
Dora Weaver 1867-Deceased
Elmas Elsworth Weaver 1866-Deceased
Hattie Belle Weaver 1868-1949
Frank Horace Weaver 1870-1953
Bert Bedell Weaver 1872-1873
|Ann Curfew-Eagar||Edward Weaver 1799-1842|
I am sorry I took so long to answer your message. I have been ill.
This is what information I have on Edward's death
"Edward contracted a bad cold. Pneumonia set in, from which he died as recorded in the Brown Bible, on 2 December 1842, leaving his wife, Martha, with seven children. Edward had declared his last will and testament on 1 December 1840, which reads in part: "First, I desire to be decently and privately buried in the church yard in district one in Township five south, sixth west, near Aury Brown without any funeral pomp and with as little expense as may be." This is probably now in what they call the Stoney Point Cemetery. No grave marker has been located for Edward. He named William Draper, Jr., "my trusty and much esteemed friend" sole executor of his estate. William Draper, Jr. carried out his wishes with the probate court in Pike County. The date and place of his death as recorded in the probate papers were also shown as 2 December 1842, at Pleasant Vale, Pike County, Illinois.
In 2008, while visiting in Nauvoo, Illinois, the following information was found: The Records and Land Office of Nauvoo reports that in 1872, Pleasant Vale name changed to New Canton, Pike, Illinois. That would account for the fact the family has not been able to locate his grave in Stoney Point Cemetery in Pleasant Vale."
I believe he is buried in New Canton, Pike, Illinois, but no headstone has survived these many years.
I appreciate you taking care of this, you are awesome! He is my direct great-great grandfather, his daughter Martha Elizabeth Weaver's daughter Lois Stoddard was my grandmother.
Sincerely, Ann Curfew Eagar
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