James Lee Weaver's Family Tree


Benjamin Bennett was born about 1703 in , Ri. He married Elizabeth Wood on 24 Oct 1734 in East Greenwich, Ri.

Elizabeth Wood was born about 1703 in , Ri. She married Benjamin Bennett on 24 Oct 1734 in East Greenwich, Ri.

Other marriages:
Weaver, Joseph


Capt. William Barron [Parents] was born on 1 Jun 1798 in Baldwin, GA. He died on 21 Dec 1836. He married Elizabeth Tarver Finny on 15 Dec 1822.

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Elizabeth Tarver Finny was born on 14 Dec 1810. She died on 11 Feb 1848. She married Capt. William Barron on 15 Dec 1822.

They had the following children:

  F i Mary Ann Park Barron
  M ii James Finny Barron
  M iii Wiley J. Barron was born on 10 Mar 1827. He died on 1 Mar 1850 in CaCalifornia.
  M iv William Green Barron was born on 15 Dec 1828. He died on 4 Jul 1854.
  M v Abington Bonaparte Lafayette Barron was born on 1 Mar 1830. He died on 29 Dec 1864 in Civil War.
  F vi Joanna Elizabeth Barron
  M vii Robert Henry Barron
  M viii Andrew Jackson Barron

William Morris.William married Mary Ann Park Barron.

Mary Ann Park Barron [Parents] was born on 15 Nov 1823. She married William Morris.


James Henry Barron [Parents] was born in 1854 in , Jasper, Ga. He married Della Gordon.

Della Gordon.Della married James Henry Barron.


William Wiley Barron Sr. [Parents] was born on 10 Feb 1857 in Clinton, Jones, Ga. He died on 3 Apr 1932. He married Ida May Bradley in 1877.

Ida May Bradley [Parents] was born in Jul 1859 in Clinton, Jones, GA. She died in 1936. She married William Wiley Barron Sr. in 1877.

They had the following children:

  F i Annie Lizzie Barron
  F ii Sallie Kate Barron
  M iii James J. Barron
  M iv William Wiley Barron Jr.
  M v Ida Ben Barron was born on 26 Dec 1889.

W. J. Childs.W. married Annie Lizzie Barron.

Annie Lizzie Barron [Parents] was born on 24 Sep 1879. She married W. J. Childs.


James Ross was born in 1879. He married Sallie Kate Barron.

Sallie Kate Barron [Parents] was born on 6 Feb 1883. She married James Ross.


James J. Barron [Parents] was born on 21 Jul 1885. He married Gladys Spear.

Gladys Spear was born in 1889. She married James J. Barron.


William Wiley Barron Jr. [Parents] was born on 3 Mar 1888. He married Ethel L. Stembridge.

1900 census Clinton, Jones, Ga
1920 census Barron's Dist, Jones, GA

Ethel L. Stembridge [Parents] was born in 1891 in Milledgeville, Baldwin, GA. She married William Wiley Barron Jr..

They had the following children:

  M i William Wiley Barron III

Robert Benjamin Barron [Parents] was born on 26 Dec 1859 in Clinton, Jones, Ga. He married Willa Ethridge.

Dr. Robert B. Barron, a leading physician of Macon, Ga, is the son of Dr. James Finney and Joannah E. (Shropshire) Barron, and was born in Clinton, Jones Co., GA, Dec 26, 1859. Dr. James F. Barron was born in Jones county in 1825 and has always lived there. He was educated at Powelton, Hancock Co., and was graduated in medicine at the University Medical college of the city of New York in 1849. He served in both branches of the general assembly before the war and was a member of the secession convention, being in favor of that movement. In 1853-4-5 he was justice of the inferior court of Jones county. He was exempt from active military service on account of physical disablity, but was one of four men in his native county who, during the war, looked after the widows and orphans at home, and in so doing spent all he had. He was married in 1853, his wife being a daughter of Capt. James H. Shropshire, an officer in the Seminole war, and a granddaughter of James Shropshire, a native of England. They had six children: James H. of Jasper county, Ga; William W. of Jones county, ex-sheriff and clerk of the superior court; Dr. R. B.; Jackson Clay, Jones county, lawyer and judge of the county court, now serving his second term, having been elected first at the age of twenty-three; he was for two years at West Point academy; Abington L., a teacher in Putnam county; Sallie E., unmarried. Dr. James F. Barron's father was William Barron, also a native of what is now Jones county, Ga, and was born in 1798. He was a farmer all his life, was at one time sheriff of the county, and died in 1837. His father, Dr. Robert B. Barron's great-grandfather, was Samuel Barron, who was born in Virginia in 1772, and came with his father to Hancock county, Ga, in 1783. He became an extensive planter, was one of the original settlers of Jones county, and owned several hundred slaves. He had eleven children and at his death left to each of them between thirty-five and forty slaves. His father, Dr. Barron's great-great-grandfather, James Barron, was a native of Scotland. The great Commodore Barron, who fought a duel with Commodore Decatur, was a first cousin of James Barron. The name James, has been given to the eldest son of the Barron family for six generations. Dr. Robert B. Barron was brought up and primarily educated at Clinton. At the age of seventeen he entered Mercer university at Macon, Ga, graduating with the degree of A. B. in 1881. Returning home he read medicine with his father one year, then went to Bellevue Hospital Medical college in New York city and was graduated from that institution in 1883. He came back to Clinton, Ga, after his graduation and practiced with his father until 1889. From that time until August, 1891, he was employed as physician and surgeon by the Southern Lumber company and the Wadley & Mount Vernon Railway company at Wadley, Ga. He came from Wadley to Macon and has since practiced there. Dr. Barron is a member and president of the Jones County Medical society, and also of the Macon Medical society; is a member of the Georgia Medical association and of the American Medical Association, to whose meeting in 1887 he was a delegate. He is past high priest of Constantine chapter No. 4, R. A. M., and master of Mabel lodge No. 255, F. & A. M., and senior of St. Omar commandery No. 2, Knights Templar, and a member of the A. T. O. (Greek society). In 1885 he received the degree of A. M. from Mercer university. He was married in the year last mentioned to Miss Willa, daughter of William Etheridge. In 1887, he read before the Georgia Medical association a paper on "Uterine Disorders," which was published in the report of the society's transactions. He has read many other widely-noticed papers before the Jones county and Macon Medical societies and is orator of the Georgia Medical association for 1896. Dr. Barron is an honored member of the Baptist church, and his wife is a member of the Methodist church.

Willa Ethridge.Willa married Robert Benjamin Barron.

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