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Connie (#47243498)
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Northwest Missourian, who enjoys history, genealogy, old cemeteries, and travel.

Weaver Cemetery Note: I am currently the maintainer of the findagrave.com memorials and Weaver Cemetery Tree on Ancestry.com for those buried at Weaver Cemetery, Caldwell County, Missouri on behalf of the Weaver Cemetery Committee. At this time the committee has chosen to maintain the records together. Additional information on these pioneers is welcome. [Donations for upkeep of the cemetery and ongoing stone repair are welcome. Contact via findagrave.com to get the address of the sec./treas. emailed.]
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Mr. Fay Schlotfeldt
Seafert - Sievert - Weaver Cem
Thank you so much for managing the Memorials for brothers FRED "SEAVERT (# 13169798)and ERNEST C. SIEVERT #13169804) in Weaver Cemetery. They are my Great Granduncles on my Mother's side. I have just posted some photos, with captions, to their sites.
Their other brother, my Gt. Grandfather, was HENRY SIEVERT, born Mechlenburg, Germany in 1833.
He and wife, Caroline Zarnt, were the parent's of my Grandmother, ERNESTINE SIEVERT DENKER. (My mother was daughter SELMA DENKER SCHLOTFELDT)
Grandma Ernestine, their niece, was deeded a piece of Frederick's land at Nettleton in 1898
by Fred's widow, Margaret, brother Ernest & wife and sister, Wilhelmeina Meine of LaGrange, Illinois. Grandma collected rents on the land for some years. I'm sure it was lost to taxes after her death in 1908 or before. I have posted the first page of that deed and my post the signature page to Ernest's site. The different spellings taken by immigrants was not unusual as many documents were heard phonetically by clerks.
My mother treasured the copy of her Mother's deed for sentimental reasons. We had not been able to located any of the signers. A Google search led me indirectly here. Thank you so much.
If you want to post any of this to Fred and Ernest's bio, it would be nice. I don't believe the other's have descendants to look for them.
Fay Ernest Schlotfeldt, Memphis. (At my age, I don't think taking over management would be good. :-)
Added by Mr. Fay Schlotfeldt on Mar 16, 2014 11:03 AM
Caryn Hood
RE: Weaver Cemetery
Sure, use whatever pictures you wish.

Thanks for asking.

Caryn
Added by Caryn Hood on May 01, 2011 9:08 PM
 

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