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Alexander Weir 1802-1886, Ann Brown 1805-1893 family of Westminster Township and Lambton County

Betty Jean Waite

Alexander Weir 1802-1886, Ann Brown 1805-1893 family of Westminster Township and Lambton County

by Betty Jean Waite

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Published by B.J. Waite in [London, Ont.] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Canada
    • Subjects:
    • Weir family.,
    • Weir, Alexander, 1802-1886 -- Family.,
    • Canada -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 102) and index.

      StatementBetty Jean Waite.
      GenreGenealogy.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS90 .W217 2002
      The Physical Object
      Pagination106 p. :
      Number of Pages106
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3653380M
      ISBN 100969354266
      LC Control Number2002503042
      OCLC/WorldCa50228845

      Death: 10 Jan in Mercer County, West Virginia. Alexander Jerome Brown: Birth: Abt in Greenbrier (Monroe) County, (West) Virginia. Death: Aft in Raleigh County, (West) Virginia. Martha Brown: Birth: Abt in Monroe County, (West) Virginia. Death: Abt Jane Brown: Birth: Abt in Monroe County, (West) Virginia. Death: Abt. (#) - son Alexander, living in Hopewill Twp., Washington Co., and his son Alexander Anderson, Jr.; daughter Margaret Gilbert, money due from Dr. Francis Allison; daughter Jane Tweed; sons William & James; daughter Mary McGibbons' son Jacob, land adjoining John Cowpers; granddaughter Elizabeth Anderson and mentions her father's estates;.

      Elisabeth Powell (born Weir) was born on month day , at birth place, to Alexander Weir and Agnes Weir (born Dalrymple). Alexander was born on April 30 , in Stonehaven, Kincardineshire, Scotland. Records indicate that John Brown was born in County Derry, Ireland in and came to this country when about 12 years old with 'a group of people from Irleland. He married Jane McDowell in , probably in Lancaster, Co., PA, where he taught school and Jane was born September 5,

        Thomas Wier or Weir family; Pittsylvania Co., VA By Alison Small Septem at This is a compilation of my information concerning the Thomas Wier Family of Pittsylvania/Halifax Co., Virginia area.I have not updated it in awhile, but I believe it is one of the more complete has been some interest in this family lately, so I thought that I would make the. married: 4 July - Muskingum County, Ohio wife: Margaret Alexander [daughter of? Alexander and??] born: c - Pennsylvania died: 25 August - Muskingum County, Ohio buried: Children of Alexander Brown and Margaret Alexander Brown: Robert Burns Brown born: 2 October - New Concord, Muskingum County, Ohio died: 30 July


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Alexander Weir 1802-1886, Ann Brown 1805-1893 family of Westminster Township and Lambton County by Betty Jean Waite Download PDF EPUB FB2

Immigrated from Scotland to USA Lived for a short time in Ohio before moving to Montezuma, Poweshiek County, Iowa.

1 Jun Federal Census: Montezuma, Poweshiek County, Iowa Alexander Weir 27 laborer; wife Mary Weir 28; children Alexander Weir 7, Margaret A M Weir 5, Mary A Weir 2. Real estate value $; Burial: Masonic IOOF Cemetery, Montezuma. Alexander Hanna Norman Weir was born circain County Londonderry, Ireland, to William Weir and Mary Jane Weir.

Alexander had 6 siblings: Jeanette Eileen Martha Weir, George McGeagh Collins Weir, Margaret Isabel Annie Weir, James Andrew Dougle Weir, Mary Elizabeth Maude Weir and John Davison Wylie Weir.

These associations were continued after emigration. An example of this is given by the family of Archibald Weir corresponding with the family of Matthew Boyd, see later, after they emigrated to America in David Weir, b.

was the father of Robert Weir, /2/, who married,[2] Martha Telford, Explore genealogy for Alexander Brown I born Monroe County, Virginia died Nicholas County, West Virginia including research + descendants + more in the free family tree community.

login Alexander Brown I ( - )Spouse: Mary Foster. Genealogy profile for Alexander Brown, Sr. Alexander Brown, I BIRTH Monroe County, West Virginia, USA DEATH (aged 73–74) Nicholas County, West Virginia, USA BURIAL Bethel United Methodist Church Cemetery Poe, Nicholas County, West Virginia.

THOMAS WEIR of Blackwood, (born circadied circa ), first in this direct line at Blackwood to use the WEIR spelling (unknown how many other Weir and Wier families had branched off earlier, though); married AEGIDIA SOMERSET, daughter of John, 3rd Lord of Somerset (and was a royal descent through the earls of Somerset, according to.

JOHN H. LOVE, the junior partner of this firm was born in Lewis Township, Brown County, Ohio, Nov. 23, ; he is the son of Charles and Elizabeth A. (Hover) Love, the former a native of Brown and the latter of Clermont County, Ohio; his grandfather, Alexander, first settled in Brown County.

Lived in this county for some years. Brother of Alexander and James Brown, Mrs. Benjamin Riffle of Freeman's Creek, and Mrs. Matilda Maxson of Walnut Fork. A daughter, Mrs. Hacker lives on Mud Lick Run. Deceased leaves wife and a large family of children." Obit in The Weston Independent, Weston, WV, Tuesday, Febru Weir is a Scottish name, but of Norman origins.

The place-name Vere in Normandy, from the Norse word ver or "dam," gave rise to the powerful de Vere family who came to England and held the title of Earl of Oxford from to A branch of these de Veres were to be found in Scotland from (Version of Mar.

1, ) Disclaimer: The genealogical information on this page and elsewhere at this website has been furnished almost entirely by the DNA participants and/or their Brown/Browne/Braun DNA Study has not systematically evaluated the data.

Therefore neither the Brown/Browne/Braun DNA Study, its volunteer staff, nor its contractor (Family Tree DNA) makes any. W ILLIAM and M ARGRET B ROWN F AMILY H ISTORY L IBRARY and C ENTER.

s’ Home in Rowan County, North Carolina. Main Entrance "Home" In the mids, William and Margret BROWN lived in Rowan County (created ), North Carolina, with some of their 9 children; 3 sons and 6 daughters.

Family records state that William BROWN (c–Feb./Aug) was of Scotch and. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip.

Video An illustration of an audio speaker. Brown genealogy of many of the descendants of Thomas, John, and Eleazer Brown Item Preview Brown family Publisher Boston, The Everett press company Collection library_of_congress; americana.

Weir is a very common name in those parts of Scotland and the neighbouring county of Lanarkshire. In Lanarkshire, their is a town/area called "The Bridge of Weir" and the very earliest record of the Weir family dates back to a small town called Blackwood, which is also in Lanarkshire.

Historical Person Search Search Search Results Results Ann Weir ( - ) Try FREE for 14 days Try FREE for 14 days How do we create a person’s profile. We collect and match historical records that Ancestry users have contributed to their family trees to create each person’s profile.

Source: The History of Brown County Ohio - Chicago - W. Beers & Co. - - Page Pike Twp. - F. WARDLOW, farmer and stock-raiser, P. Oreb, was born in Pike Township, Brown County, on Feb.

19,and is a son of Robert and Charity Wardlow, who were both born in Brown County. Walter was the youngest child of Walter Weir & Ann Smith, both of West Calder, Midlothian, Scotland. He managed his father's farm in southern Jefferson County, IN after his father died, & built a home on the Paper Mill Road for his growing family.

He served briefly as. Henrich Riedt, Old Goshenhoppen (Montgomery County), offers to sell or rent a mill on Perkiomen Creek and acres. Johannes Schwing, Frederick Township (Montgomery County), offers a plantation for sale, one mile from Grafen mill.

Janu Henrich Settler, Frederick Township near Falckner Swamp (Montgomery County). February 1, The following are taken from the Clark County, Indiana Marriage Index () and may explain the relationship of some of the above-named individuals to the WEIR family: WEIR, Ann Gilmore TEEL, Benjamin V.

Oct WEIR, Caesar PATTON, Mary Jul WEIR, David TOWNSEND, Ann Eliza Dec WEIR, Eleanor MILLER, Jesse R. Nov. ELDER FAMILY. At the close of the revolutionary war in the year Thomas Anderson and a man by the name of Cooper, of Paxtang, Lancaster, now Dauphin, county, crossed the mountains and traveled westward through the wilderness until they came to those valuable lands in Derry township, Westmoreland county, formerly known as the Rich Lands, where they erected a cabin and remained.

The Brown Family Cemetery is near Roseburg, Harmony Township, Union Co., Indiana. He was employed by "Thomas Brown is allowed the sum of $ as Judge five days, and for making the Election boxes for the County of Franklin &c" on 13 Aug at Court of.

"After her husband's death, Isabella (Wier) lived out her life in the house of an elder brother and settled with his family in North Ireland."There are a few more references to her and the death of John author was a Peden descendant, and some of this information was purported to have been passed down in the Peden instance.Alexander Love, the grandfather of Dr.

Hugh Love, was the progenitor of the family in America. He was a native of county Tyrone, Ireland, and emigrated to the United States insettling in Fairfield township, where he engaged in agricultural pursuits all his active working life.Notes.

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