James Lee Weaver's Family Tree


Robert Emmet Sheldon

Mary Elizabeth Butler [Parents]

They had the following children:

  F i Flora Sheldon Sheldon

Samuel Prescott Bush

Flora Sheldon Sheldon [Parents]

They had the following children:

  M i Prescott Sheldon Bush

Prescott Sheldon Bush [Parents]

Dorothy Walker [Parents]

They had the following children:

  M i George Herbert Walker Bush

George Herbert Walker Bush [Parents]

Barbara Pierce [Parents]

They had the following children:

  M i President George Walker Bush
  M ii Jeb Bush

President George Walker Bush [Parents]

Laura Welch


Thomas L. Weaver [Parents] was born in 1851 in Calhoun, Al. He married Caroline Amanda Carrie Moon in 1877 in Calhoun, Al.

1860 census jacksonville calhoun al
1870 census oxford calhoun al
1880 census june bug calhoun al
1910 census hill tx
1920 census roanoke randolph al


#44-453 Thos. L. WEAVER to C.L. MOON on December 13 1877 by Jno. A. Scott, Minister, at
residence of bride’s father. Bond: Thomas L. Weaver and J.W. Gorman.

Mrs. Lou Atkins of Gadsden is visiting the family of her brother Mr. T.L. Weaver.

NEWSPAPER ABSTRACTS FROM "THE ROANOKE LEADER", Roanoke, Randolph County,
Alabama for JULY 20, 1921

NEWSPAPER Issue of Wednesday, July 20, 1921

MRS. T.L. WEAVER DIED THURSDAY

Mrs. Thomas L. Weaver died at her home in this place last Thursday
morning at 3:30, surrounded by her large family circle and a few faithful
friends. She had been ill for many weeks and it had become well
understood that her life's work, so well done, was now nearing the end,
which meant only rest and peace to the tired soul. However, this
conciousness on the part of the loved ones did not minimize their
feelings of loss, though serving to a degree in mitigating their sorrow.

Mrs. Weaver was a lady of refined character, who left a noble impress not
only upon her ten children, but also upon those of her neighbors who were
so fortunate as to come within the range of her acquaintance. The
Scripture text from which the minister delivered the touching funeral
oration over her frail body, "Thy gentleness hath made me great", was
expressive of the experience of this good woman, as she lived and labored
among those with whom her mission was cast.

A large company of friends bearing offerings of flowers, with words of
sympathy, gathered at the home at ten thirty Friday morning to witness
the funeral services which were conducted by Dr. Hines, pastor of the
deceased, assisted by Mr. Orear. The interment was made in Cedarwood
cemetery.

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CARD OF THANKS

Words seem empty when we try to express to the good people of Roanoke the
deep appreciation in our hearts for the many kindnesses shown us during
the illness and death of our dear mother. We would like to thank each
individual, but since that is impossible we use this medium of our
expression. We wish especially to mention the faithful and untiring
attention of our neighbors and friends; the faithfulness of the
physicians, also the beautiful tribute of Dr. Hines.

We are not unmindful of the many sweet kindnesses shown our aged father
during his residence here and while the home is broken up and we are
scattered, our stay in Roanoke and the kindnesses and tender sympathy of
our lovely friends will ever be a bright spot in our garden of memory.
May Heaven's richest blessings rest upon you all and may we all meet
around the throne of God. The Children of Mr. and Mrs. T.L. Weaver.

Caroline Amanda Carrie Moon [Parents] was born in Jul 1859 in Randolph, Al. She died on 19 Jul 1921 in Calhoun, Al. She married Thomas L. Weaver in 1877 in Calhoun, Al.

NEWSPAPER Issue of Wednesday, July 6, 1921 LOCAL News Mrs. T.L. Weaver is in a precarious state of health. Her sons David and Cecil arrived yesterday from Itaska, Texas. Her daughter Mrs. Wright Noble is here from Shorters, as is Mrs. A.L. Weaver from Opelika. Mr. Al Weaver was here Sunday.

Cedarwood Cemetery Inscriptions:
Weaver, Thomas Lindsay Jul 20, 1850 Jan 11, 1924 Weaver, Carolyn Amanda Moon Jul 29, 1859 Jul 21, 1921

They had the following children:

  F i Sally L. Weaver
  M ii Allen L. Weaver was born in Oct 1880 in Weaver, Calhoun, Al.
  M iii Franklin E. Weaver was born in Mar 1882 in Weaver, Calhoun, Al.
  M iv V. Kelly Weaver was born in Oct 1883 in Weaver, Calhoun, Al.
  M v Carlton Weaver
  M vi Truett Weaver was born in Dec 1888 in Weaver, Calhoun, Al.
  M vii David Weaver was born in Aug 1890 in Weaver, Calhoun, Al.
  F viii Annie O. Weaver was born in Oct 1892 in Weaver, Calhoun, Al.
  M ix Cecil Weaver was born in Feb 1894 in Weaver, Calhoun, Al.
  F x Kathleen Weaver was born in Oct 1896 in Weaver, Calhoun, Al.
  F xi Kathryn Weaver was born in 1898 in Weaver, Calhoun, Al.
  F xii Carolyn Weaver

Peter Moon [Parents] was born on 24 Jan 1683 in New Kent, Va. He died on 8 Apr 1720 in New Kent, Va. He married Elizabeth Smith on 24 Nov 1709 in New Kent, Va. He was related to his parents by adoption.

Elizabeth Smith was born about 1687 in New Kent, Va. She died on 9 Apr 1720 in New Kent, Va. She married Peter Moon on 24 Nov 1709 in New Kent, Va.

They had the following children:

  M i Peter Moon II
  F ii Elizabeth Moon was born in May 1712 in New Kent, Va. She died on 9 Apr 1720. Elizabeth was baptized on 14 Dec 1712.
  F iii Mary Moon was born in 1717 in New Kent, Va. She died on 12 Sep 1717 in New Kent, Va. Mary was baptized on 11 Aug 1717.
  M iv Gideon Moon

H. P. Burkhalter was born about 1878. He married Sally L. Weaver about 1898 in Weaver, Calhoun, Al.

Sally L. Weaver [Parents] was born in Dec 1878 in Weaver, Calhoun, Al. She married H. P. Burkhalter about 1898 in Weaver, Calhoun, Al.

They had the following children:

  F i Louise Burkhalter was born in 1900 in Weaver, Calhoun, Al.
  M ii A. Henry Burkhalter

Carlton Weaver [Parents] was born in 1885 in Weaver, Calhoun, Al. He died in 1962 in AL. He married Annie Verna Liles on 19 Oct 1915 in Lineville, Clay, Al.

PRETTY WEDDING WAS LAST WEEK ---------------------------- Although according to the fates Jupiter Pluvius was decreed ruler of the elements on that day, last Tuesday, October the 19th, was nevertheless a day of brightest gladness, it being the occasion of one of the most beautiful and happy events in the history of Roanoke, when Mr. Carl WEAVER and Miss Annie Verna LILES were married at the home of the bride’s parents, Dr. and Mrs. John P. LILES, in this place [Roanoke]. At the LILES home the careful hands of many friends had left in the wake of love’s labor such an exquisite arrangement of decorations as is seldom seen anywhere and the whole house was beautiful in its festal attire, thus bedecked in honor of the celebration of the ceremony that would unite the lives of these two excellent young people. In the northwest corner of the parlor the altar was builded of southern smilax, ferns, yellow chrysanthemums and goldenrod, thus carrying out the color scheme of green and yellow. Cordons of goldenrod interlaced with smilax extended from either side of the enveloping arch of the altar to pots of chrysanthemums about five feet distant from it. At a little past one o’clock Mrs. Frank HORNSBY and Miss Mattie Will EAST sang “I Love You Truly,” after which Miss EAST sang “Because.” Then, as the majestically pleading strains of the march by Lohengrin swelled on the air, there came through opposite doors, first, the maids of honor, Miss Mamie LILES and Miss Kathleen WEAVER, who crossed courses in front of the altar and stood behind the runners at its sides. Following them to this enchanting bower came the bride and her father, Dr. J. P. LILES, through one door, while through another came the groom on the arm of his best man, Mr. H. Grady BRADSHAW. The bride and groom met in the arch of the altar and stood facing the officiating minister, Dr. Joseph Wiley RUCKER, pastor of the First Baptist church, who, in the most beautiful language, spoke the words which confirmed their marriage vows. The bride was handsomely clad in a blue-black coat suit of broadcloth trimmed with fur and wore a natty hat to match. She carried a beautiful boquet [sic] of bride’s roses. The maids wore green crepe de chene trimmed in gold with picture hats. Miss Irma HILT, of Lineville [Clay County], presided at the piano. Mr. WEAVER is a popular attache of the A. B. & A. [Atlanta, Birmingham & Atlantic Railroad] contingent and is held in high esteem by a large circle of friends, while his bride is the second daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. P. LILES, and is one of Roanoke’s most admirable young ladies. The Leader extends felicitations. [From The Roanoke Leader (Randolph County, Alabama), 27 October 1915, p.1]

Annie Verna Liles [Parents] was born on 4 May 1895 in Milltown, Chambers, Al. She died on 12 Mar 1983 in Columbus, Muscogee, Ga. She married Carlton Weaver on 19 Oct 1915 in Lineville, Clay, Al.

They had the following children:

  F i Annie Louise Weaver
  F ii Mary Alma Weaver
  F iii Sue Carlton Weaver

Dorsey F. Morris

Annie Louise Weaver [Parents]

They had the following children:

  M i Dorsey R. Morris Jr.

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