|Birth: ||Nov. 30, 1850|
|Death: ||Jun. 3, 1882|
Seamstress. Daughter of Adam and Sarah (Longstreth) Weller. Never married.
Miss Helen Weller, a well-known dressmaker of this place, died at her residence on Second street last Saturday afternoon at 1 o'clock, of consumption, aged about 31 years.
Miss Weller was a worthy member of the M. E. Church, and was highly respected.
Rev. Peters preached the funeral sermon at the residence on Monday afternoon, the remains being interred in Kirkwood cemetery.
(Copied from the Madison County Democrat, June 7, 1882).
In London, June 3, 1882, of consumption, Helen Weller, in the 31st year of her age.
Miss Weller had been failing for months past, and readers of the Times were not surprised at the herald of her death.
She was a most devoted member of the M. E. Church, a lady of unblemished character, industrious and much-beloved by those who knew her best.
Her funeral was conducted from the Methodist Church by Rev. J. W. Peters, Monday afternoon, attended by many sorrowing and sympathetic friends. The remains were deposited in Kirkwood cemetery.
(Copied from the London Times, June 9, 1882).
Adam Weller (1816 - 1882)
Sarah Longstreth Weller (1817 - 1866)
Anna E. Weller (Skinner) Shipley (1839 - 1885)*
Rachel Weller Dozer (1841 - 1919)*
William Joseph Weller (1844 - 1917)*
Sarah J. Weller (1845 - 1863)*
Lydia Ann Weller Pool (1848 - 1921)*
Martha Hellen Weller (1850 - 1882)
Franklin Pierce Weller (1853 - 1940)*
Almeda F. Weller (1855 - 1890)*
Samuel A. Weller (1858 - ____)*
Amy Elizabeth Weller Dalby (1861 - 1948)*
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Created by: Robert "Rob" Weller
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