James Lee Weaver's Family Tree


John P. Weaver [Parents] was born about 1788 in , Oglethorpe, Ga. He died on 2 Mar 1854. He married Barbara Richards on 5 Jan 1817 in , Putnam, Ga.

Other marriages:
Howard, Priscilla

Oglethorpe, GA 1820

MARRIAGE: Putman CO. GA Marriage Records

Barbara Richards [Parents] was born about 1800 in , Putnam, Ga. She died on 15 Nov 1848. She married John P. Weaver on 5 Jan 1817 in , Putnam, Ga.

They had the following children:

  F i Martha Weaver
  M ii John R. Weaver
  F iii Mary Weaver was born on 12 Dec 1821 in Oglethorpe, Ga. She died on 4 Jun 1825.
  F iv Angelina Ross Weaver
  F v Susan Weaver
  M vi Joseph L. Weaver

Unknown Wright was born about 1774 in , Va. He married Sally Weaver.

Sally Weaver [Parents] was born about 1773 in , Va. She married Unknown Wright.


Unknown Patman was born about 1777 in , Va. He married Polly Weaver.

Polly Weaver [Parents] was born about 1777 in , Va. She married Unknown Patman.


William Richards was born about 1775 in , Franklin, Nc. He died in 1826 in , Putnam, Ga. He married Charity Sherrod about 1800 in , Putnam, Ga.

NOTE: Notes on this Richards family came fom Putnam Co. Wills

Charity Sherrod [Parents] was born about 1775 in , Franklin, Nc. She married William Richards about 1800 in , Putnam, Ga.

They had the following children:

  F i Barbara Richards
  M ii Thomas Sherrod Richards was born about 1805 in , Putnam, Ga.
  M iii James W. Richards
  F iv Jane Richards
  F v Anna Richards
  F vi Penny Richards
  F vii Susannah Richards
  F viii Elizabeth Richards

Samuel Weaver II [Parents] was born after 1655 in New Kent, Va. He died on 28 Jan 1700 in , New Kent, Va. He was buried in Jan 1700 in , New Kent, Va. He married Elizabeth B. Williams about 1680 in New Kent, Va.

Elizabeth B. Williams was born about 1665 in , Va. She died on 5 Jun 1728 in New Kent, VA. She married Samuel Weaver II about 1680 in New Kent, Va.

They had the following children:

  M i Samuel Weaver III
  M ii Thomas Weaver was born in 1684 in New Kent, Va. He died on 15 Mar 1726 in New Kent, VA.

Daniel Guerrant II.Daniel married Franoise l'Orange.

Franoise l'Orange [Parents] was born about 1710 in , Va. She married Daniel Guerrant II.

Other marriages:
Weaver, Samuel III


Francoise l'Orange.Francoise married Jean Velos.

Huguenot

Jean Velos.Jean married Francoise l'Orange.

They had the following children:

  F i Franoise l'Orange

William Weaver [Parents] was born in 1628 in Jamestown, Charles River, Va. He died in Sep 1678 in , York, Va. He was buried in , York, Va. He married Mary Girthings about 1655 in New Kent, Va.

Mary Girthings was born about 1633 in , Va. She married William Weaver about 1655 in New Kent, Va.

They had the following children:

  M i Samuel Weaver II

Samuel Weaver I [Parents] was born on 3 Aug 1600 in Cardington, Shro, England. He died in 1670 in York, Va. He married Ann Jackson or Elizabeth Bygrave about 1628 in Rushbury, Shro, England.

mustered at Martin's Hundred 4 feb 1624
came on "Brig Bess"
indentured to William Harwood
for 50a each he transported Thomas Darby and Richard Lacy

WEAVER and BYGRAVE: by 1623 Samwell Weaver and Elizabeth Bygrave are both listed individually in the list of Living and Dead in Virginia , Feb. 16, 1623 as living at Martin's Hundred. The Muster of 1624 again lists them, reporting that Samwell was 20 years old and had arrived in the Bonny Bess, and that Elizabeth was 12 and had arrived in the Warwick. Martin's Hundred had been hit particularly hard in the Indian raids of March 22, 1622. The initial official report said that 77 people had been killed, although it later transpired that some women reported killed were instead being held in captivity. The assault led to the temporary abandonment of the settlement. By 1623, 24 men and women were listed living at Martin's Hundred. Because of her young age, and the fact that she is listed separately, we know that Elizabeth was an orphan. It is unclear whether she was an orphan picked up on the streets of London and shipped to Jamestowne as a servant, or whether she arrived with her parents before the raid. Samwell and Elizabeth's son William Weaver (3648) was born about 1628, when Elizabeth would have been only 16. A land grant is recorded on July 2, 1635 to Samuel Weaver and is recorded in the Land Office Patents No. 1, 1623-1643 (v.1 &2), p. 198 and p. 199 (Reel 1) It was for 650 acres and though the county was not designated, it was "lying easterly upon a creeke called Capt. John Wests Creeke (John West's Plantation is cited in lists of those killed in 1622 massacre). Samuel is recorded as dying in York County, Virginia.

Samuel Applied for permissiom to go beyond the seas as is found in the parish records of Cardington Parish in 1620 and in 1621 or 2, he boarded a ship in London as the indentured servant of William Harwood bound for Virginia. Smuel Weaver is listed in William Harwood's household in the Martin's Hundred muster dated 2/16/1623. He arrived on the BonyBess. Martin's Hundred muster dated 2/4/1624 shows Samuel Weaver listed as living with the widow Jackson and daughter who was named Ann and was the wife of John Jackson, one of the first freeholders in Martin's Hundred. John Jackson and another daughter died shortly after their arrival in Virginia

Ann Jackson or Elizabeth Bygrave was born about 1612 in England. She married Samuel Weaver I about 1628 in Rushbury, Shro, England.

They had the following children:

  M i William Weaver
  M ii John Weaver

Thomas Weaver [Parents] was born on 14 Sep 1572 in Rashbury, Shro, England. He married Margaret Cowper on 28 May 1590 in Rashbury, Shro, England.

Margaret Cowper was born about 1573. She married Thomas Weaver on 28 May 1590 in Rashbury, Shro, England.

They had the following children:

  M i Thomas Weaver was born on 21 Jan 1592 in Shropshire, England.
  M ii Richard Weaver was born about 1595 in Shropshire, England.
  M iii Samuel Weaver I

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