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Selected Families and Individuals

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Bartholomew John Weems Sr.

Another birthplace: Cecil County, Maryland

Sorry, have in wrong place, but haven't been able to correct.
He appears to be the son of Dr. James Weems Sr. and Mary Compton

First Census of the United States - 1790
Ninety-Six District, Abbeville County, South Carolina
Weems, Bartw
3 free white males 16+
1 free white males under 16
4 free white females
2 slaves


Margaret Rosemond

This is a confusing branch, some have Margaret Rosemond married to Bartholomew J. Weems and some to John Weems.
Child Samuel Weems is usually with Bartholomew Weems and Margaret Rosamond.
Could the husband's name be Bartholomew John Weems?


Helen Weems

Research needed: Which daughter is unknown:
Father: Bartholomew J WEEMS b: 1733 in Cecil Co., MD Mother: Margaret ROSAMOND\ROSEMOND
Name: Female WEEMS Sex: F Marriage 1 Robert FERGUSON
Children
Nancy FERGUSON


Bartholomew Weems Jr.

A weak connection. I add Bartholomew only because other families have.

Another Weems family list Bartholomew Weems Sr. parents as:
James Weems b. May 22, 1731, d. 11 4 1784 married in 1763 Mary Compton
James Weems parents:
David Hamilton Weems married to Elizabeth Lane.


Washington Terrell Weems

Land sale: 25 May 1861

Pvt, K Co, 11th Infantry, CSA 45 yrs old
Land sale: 25 Jun 1861, Discharged - dibilitous
War: Later rejoined and served under alias

1838, moved to Dickson County, Tennessee.


Ira J. Weems

Research needed, no known connection:
Kaufman County, Texas
Ira J. Weems (1852-1936)
Martha Elizabeth Smith (1867-1937)
William Rankin Weems (1885-1936)
Lula Jane Weems (1887)
Susan Estelle Weems (1889)
Sarah Ardell (1892)
Emma Alma Weems (1893
Arden Dulaney Weems (1904)

Research needed, no known connection:
1880 United States Census
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Ira J. WEEMS Self M Male W 55 GA Day Laborer GA GA
Louisa WEEMS Wife M Female W 53 GA Keeping House GA GA
Alice WEEMS Dau S Female W 15 GA Going To School GA GA
Julia WEEMS Dau S Female W 11 GA Going To School GA GA
Marietta, Cobb, Georgia , Family History Library Film 1254141, NA Film Number T9-0141, Page Number 219A

Research needed, no known connection:
Message Board Post: > > Goodevening List! I am searching for the family of Ira J. WEEMS (1852- 1936) in the hopes that they may be able to help me solve a mystery about the disapperance of my grandmother Sarah Elizabeth SMITH. A family story says that my uncle Ira J. NELSON is said to be named after him and stayed with Ira J. WEEMS for a while (when and how long is unknown) before he joined the army in 1929. It is thought that Sarah was born in Kaufman Co and did attend the Cottonwood Baptist Ch. I don't know anything about her parents or sibs. I do know that Sarah and my grandpa, Joseph NELSON attended the Cottonwood Bap Ch after they were married ,until he got kicked out. Any help in this part of my family history will be appreciated. Joe Nelson


Washington Terrell Weems

Land sale: 25 May 1861

Pvt, K Co, 11th Infantry, CSA 45 yrs old
Land sale: 25 Jun 1861, Discharged - dibilitous
War: Later rejoined and served under alias

1838, moved to Dickson County, Tennessee.


Trine Louisa Malvina Langford

1880 United States Census for District 2, Dickson, Tennessee, Family History Library Film 1255252, A Film Number T9-1252, Page Number 284D
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Louisa J. WEAMS Self W Female W 35 TN Keeps House TN TN
Alx. T. WEAMS Son S Male W 15 TN Works On Farm TN TN
Waldon J. WEAMS Son S Male W 12 TN Works On Farm TN TN
Moses L. WEAMS Son S Male W 8 TN TN TN
Thomas WEAMS Son S Male W 7 TN TN TN
M. Huston WEAMS Son S Male W 5 TN TN TN
Sarah C. WEAMS Dau S Female W 3 TN TN TN


Edmond Bacon

Research needed
Twin City Cemetery, West Monroe, Louisiana
BACON, Oliver Nov 20, 1914 Aug 9, 1978 PFC USA WW II


Martha (Bacon)

Research needed, no known connection but very interesting:
1880 United States Census for District 1105, Webster, Georgia, Family History Library Film 1254171, NA Film Number T9-0171, Page Number 460A
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Martha BEACON Self W Female W 67 GA Keeping House GA GA
Edmon J. BEACON Son S Male W 25 GA GA GA

In the Webster County History, there is a listing in which Andrew Jackson Ivey, b. Feb 22, 1855, d. 1931, married Mary E. Bacon, and had children Robert Ellis, Lora Jewell, William and Frank.

10 households from Martha Beacon:
1880 United States Census for District 1105, Webster, Georgia, Family History Library Film 1254171, NA Film Number T9-0171, Page Number 460A
Name Relation Marital Gender Race Age Birth Occupation Father Mother
Wm BEACON Self M Male W 36 GA Farmer GA GA
Jennie BEACON Wife M Female W 27 GA Keeping House GA GA
Lon BEACON Son S Male W 8 GA GA GA
Dollie BEACON Dau S Female W 6 GA GA GA

99.9% of Webster County records were lost to fire around 1914. And much of Webster and Marion came out of Stewart County as county lines were redrawn over the years.


Abbie Lloyd Bacon Sr.

He has two female children.