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Marriage: Children:
  1. Margaretha Weaver: Birth: 19 DEC 1752 in Culpeper (now Madison) County, Virginia. Death: 24 NOV 1842 in Madison County, Virginia

  2. Maria Weaver: Birth: 3 MAY 1755 in Culpeper (now Madison) County, Virginia.

  3. Hannah Weaver: Birth: 15 AUG 1757 in Culpeper (now Madison) County, Virginia. Death: AFT 1840 in Jefferson County, Kentucky

  4. John Weaver: Birth: 10 FEB 1761 in Culpeper (now Madison) County, Virginia. Death: ABT 1837

  5. Aaron Weaver: Birth: 6 MAY 1763 in Culpeper (now Madison) County, Virginia. Death: 1825 in Madison County, Virginia


Sources
1. Title:   They Came to Kentucky
Page:   p 480, p 515, p 528, p 529
Author:   Alberta Carson Kirkwood
Publication:   Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press, Inc., 1976
2. Title:   Before Germanna #2: The Ancestry of the Clore, Kaifer and Thomas Families
Page:   p 32, p 33
Author:   Gary J. Zimmerman and Johni Cerny
Publication:   Bountiful, UT: American Genealogical Lending Library, 1990
3. Title:   Before Germanna #4: The Ancestry of the Weaver, Utz and Folg Families
Page:   p 18, p 19, p 20
Author:   Gary J. Zimmerman and Johni Cerny
Publication:   Boutiful, UT: American Genealogical Lending Library, 1990
4. Title:   The German Colony of 1717 - Part 2
Page:   p 186
Author:   Arthur Leslie Keith
Publication:   William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, First Series, XXVI, no. 3, (January 1918)
5. Title:   The German Colony of 1717 - Part 3
Page:   p 244
Author:   Arthur Leslie Keith
Publication:   William and Mary College Quarterly Historical Magazine, First Series, Vol. XXVI #4, April 1918, p 234-249
6. Title:   Hebron Church Register 1750-1825 Madison, Virginia, Volume 1
Page:   p 2
Author:   Translated and Transcribed from the Original German by George M. Smith
Publication:   Edingburg, VA: Shenandoah History Publishers
7. Title:   The Widow Thomas
Page:   p 202
Author:   John Blankenbaker
Publication:   Beyond Germanna, Volume 4 No. 3, May 1992, p 201-203
8. Title:   Second Germanna Colony of 1717
Page:   p 29
Publication:   The Germanna Record #6, Memorial Foundation of the Germanna Colonies in Virginia, June 1965
9. Title:   Deed Abstracts of Madison County, Virginia 1793 - 1804
Page:   p 5
Author:   Ruth and Sam Sparacio
Publication:   1986
10. Title:   Will Abstracts of Madison County, Virginia 1793 - 1813
Page:   p 79
Author:   Abstracted and Published by Ruth and Sam Sparacio
Publication:   1986
11. Title:   Clore-Glore Genealogy
Page:   p 15, p 24
Author:   Arthur Leslie Keith and Delma Rae Carpenter, Sr.
Publication:   Delma Rae Carpenter, Sr.'s unpublished typescript and update of Dr. Athur Leslie Keith's handwritten manuscript
12. Title:   Descendants of Peter Weaver, the Immigrant
Page:   p 21, p 22-23
Author:   B.C. Holtzclaw
Publication:   The Germanna Record #13
13. Title:   Before Germanna #4: The Ancestry of the Weaver, Utz and Folg Families
Page:   p 20
Author:   Gary J. Zimmerman and Johni Cerny
Publication:   Boutiful, UT: American Genealogical Lending Library, 1990
14. Title:   Descendants of Peter Weaver, the Immigrant
Page:   p 21, p 22
Author:   B.C. Holtzclaw
Publication:   The Germanna Record #13
15. Source:   Date his will was proven in Madison Co., VA and recorded in Will Book 2, p 116-118
16. Title:   Descendants of Peter Weaver, the Immigrant
Page:   p 22
Author:   B.C. Holtzclaw
Publication:   The Germanna Record #13

Notes
a. Note:   "Descendants of Peter Weaver, the Immigrant" by B.C. Holtzclaw, Germanna Record #13, p 22-23: John Weaver (Peter) was born probably ca. 1728-1729 and married ca. 1751 Barbara, daughter of the 1717 colonist Michael Kaifer (for the Kaifers, see Germanna Record No. 6, pp. 28-9). John Weaver died in Madison Co., Va. in 1807, his wife surviving him. He and Barbara deeded to James Barbour, Jr. on Mar. 19, 1764, the 100 acres that had been given them by Michael Kaifer (Culpeper D.B. "D" p. 530). John Weaver's will, dated May 28, 1806, and probated in Madison Co., Va. April 23, 1807 (W.B. 2, p. 116) mentions his sons John and Aron; daughter Margaret Clore; to grandson William Weaver "if my son Aaron dies without heirs"; wife Barbara; daughters Mary Rouse and Hannah Blankenbaker; to Elizabeth Baker; Cornelius Carpenter and son John Weaver, executors. John Weaver No. 2 and his wife Barbara were members of Hebron Lutheran church, and the births of their 5 children are shown there ..."
  The Hebron Communion Lists: Communion Lists of the Hebron Lutheran Church 1775 to 1812 Madison, Virginia by John Blankenbaker (Chadd's Ford, PA 2001): p 5 Communicants Christmas December 25 A.D. 1775 Johannes Weber wife Barbara p 7 Communicants Pentecost 1776 [26 May] Johannes Weber wife Barbara p 8 Communicants Christmas A.D. 1776 Johannes Weber wife Barbara p 11 Communicants Pentecost 1778 [7 June] Johannes Weber wife Barbara p 17 Communicants Easter 1790 [4 April] Johann Weber wife Barbara p 20 Communicants Easter 1792 [8 April] Johann Weber wife Barbara p 24 Communicants Easter 1793 [31 March] Johann Weber wife Barbara
  Culpeper County, Virginia Deed Book C, p 642-644 This Indenture made this Thirtieth day of Janaury in the Year of our Lord Christ one Thousand seven hundred and sixty two Between Michael Kafer of the Parish of Brumfield in the County of Culpeper and Colony of Virginia of the one Part and John Weaver of the Parish County and Colony aforesaid of the other Part Witnesseth that the said Michael Kafer for the Natural Love and fatherly Affection which he hath and doth bear for his aforesaid Son inlaw John Weaver and Barbary his wife the Daughter of the said Michael Kafer and for and in Consideration of the sum of five Shillings in Hand paid to him the said Michael Kafer the receipt whereof he the said Michael Kafer doth hereby Confess and Acknowledge himself Satisfied Contented and paid Have Given Granted Bargain'd Sold Enf__'d[?] and Confirmed unto him the said John Weaver and Barbara his wife one Certain Tract or Parcel of Land Situate lying and being in the Fork of the Rapadan and Robinson Rivers and Contains by Estimation one hundred Acres be the same more or less and is Bounded as follows (to wit) Beginning at a White oak and two red Oaks Corner to George Utz in aline of a Patent formerly Granted to the aforesaid Michael Kafer for four Hundred Acres of Land bearing Date the fourth day of June one Thousand and seven hundred and twenty six and runing thence with the line of the said Patent North Ten Degrees East to a white oak Corner to the said Patent thence with Another line of said Patent North Sixty five Degrees West to a red Oak Corner in said Patent, thence North fifteen Degrees East to three red Oaks Corner to the aforesaid George Utz jun'r thence with the said Utz Line to the Beginning together with all Houses Outhouses Gardens fences Meadows feedings ways Waters and Water Courses and all and Singular the Profits Commodities Hereditaments and appurtenances to the same belonging in or anywise appertaining To have and to hold the above mentioned Tract of Land and premises with the appurtenances unto him the said John Weaver his Hiers and Assigns forever and the said Michael Kafer for himself his Heirs and Assigns the said Land and premises with their and every of their appurtenances unto them the said John Weaver and Barbara his wife shall and will warrant and forever Defend by these presents. And the said Michael Kafer for himself his Heirs &c doth further promise Grant and Agree to and with him the said John Weaver his Heirs & Assigns that at the time of Sealing and Delivery of these presents he has Good right full power and Lawfull Authority to sell and Dispose of the same in manner and form aforesaid and that from hence forth the said John Weaver shall be in the Actual Possession of the said Land and premises and that the said Land and premises is freely and Clearly Exonerated Acquited and Discharged of all and all former Sales Bargains Grants Dowers Gifts will or any other Right or Incumbrance whatsoever to the aforesaid Land and premises belonging or in any wise appertaining In Witness whereof the said Michael Kafer hath hereunto set his Hand and Seal the day and Date above Written Sign'd Seal'd and Delivered} In Presence of us} James Barbour jr.his John CloreMichaelMK Kafer (LS) hismark Nicholas NK Krigler mark his GeorgeV Utz mark At a Court held for the County of Culpeper on Thursday the 18th day of February 1762. This indenture Deed of Gift from Michael Kafer to John Weaver was proved by the Oaths of James Barbour Gent Nicholas Criglar and George Utz junr Witnesses thereto and Ordred [sic] to be Recorded Ex'dTeste Rober DixonClk
  Deed Abstracts of Madison County, Virginia 1793 - 1804: Madison County Deed Book 1 (1793-1796), Madison County Deed Book 2 (1796-1801) and Madison County Deed Book 3 (1801-1804), Abstracted and Published by Ruth and Sam Sparacio (1986), p 5: Deed Book 1, p 36 We Peter Clore and John Baker do hereby certifiy that we have received full satisfaction on John Weaver Senr. for all of George Clore, deceased, Estate and all of Michael Clore Senr., deceased, Estate that fell to us and was deposited in the hands of .. John Weaver for which he was chose guardian .. 11th day of September 1784. Recorded Madison County 23rd January 1794. [Cathi's Note - Peter Clore and Elizabeth Clore (wife of John Baker) were the children of John Weaver's sister Anna Barbara Weaver with her first husband George Clore and the grandchildren of the immigrant Michael Clore.]
  Will Abstracts of Madison County, Virginia (1793-1813): Madison County Will Book 1 (1793-1804), Madison County Will Book 2 (1804-1813) and Abstracts of Marriage Bonds (1793-1800), Abstracted and Published by Ruth and Sam Sparacio (1986), p 79: Will Book 2, p 116-118 Will of John Weaver Senr. .. I lend my loving wife, Barbara Weaver, my house and plantations and five of my slaves .. (and other property) .. my son, John Weaver Junr., shall have the land where he lives on or after the death of my wife, he is to have all the tract where I and he lives on and the ten acres I purchased of Peter Weaver .. my son, Aaron Weaver .. land purchased of Henry Crisler .. my son, John .. choice of 200 acres of my mountain land .. my daughter, Marget Clore, 200 acres of my mountain land .. my grandson, William Weaver, to have land of my son, Aaron, should he die without issue .. my daughter, Mary Rouse .. my daughter, Hannah Blankenbeker .. Elizabeth Baker shall have forty pounds .. my son, John, shall become overseer and manage business for my wife .. appoint Cornelius Carpenter and my son, John Weaver Junr., Executors .. this 28th day of May 1804 .. In the presence of(signed his mark) Adam Utz Junr., Peter Weaver,John Weaver Senr. Elias Weaver, William Wilson Codicil: .. my wish that my son, John, shall pay each of my daughters, Margaret, Mary and Hannah, ten pounds ..
  Will of John Weaver Madison County, Virginia Will Book 2, p 116-118 [typescript by Cathi Clore Frost]
  In the name of god amen I John Weaver Snr of Madison County do make this my last will and testament I do lend my loveing [sic] wife Barbara Weaver my house and Plantation and five of my slaves such as she chose and yous [sic] of my House such as she will chose and cattle as many as she will chose and House furniture and plantation tools during her life Item my will and desire that my son John Weaver Jun shall have the Land where he now lives on and after the death of my wife he is to have all the track [sic] where I and he lives on and them ten acres as I purchast [sic] of Peter Weaver and one hundred acres of that Track [sic] I purchast [sic] of Jacob Rasor to him and his heirs Item my will and desire that my son Aaron Weaver shall have that track [sic] as I purchast [sic] of Henry Crisler and twelve acres of that Track [sic] as I purchasd [sic] of Jacob Rasor and one hun- dred acres of my mountain Land Item my will and desire that my son John shall have choice of the track shall have two hundred acres of my Mountain Land Item my will and desire that my daughter Marget [sic] Clore and the heis [sic] of her body is to have two hundred acres of my mountain Land Item my will and desire that my son Aaron shall not sell nor trade this track [sic] of Land I will him of Rasors and Crislers and if he should die without any heir my Grand son William Weaver is to have his Land Item my will and desire that I give my daughter Marget Clore and the heirs of her body one Negro names Moses Item my will and desire that I give to my daughter Mary Rouse and the heirs of her body one Negro Boy named Isaac Item my will and desire that I give to my daughter Hannah Blankenbecker and the heirs of her Body and all her Estate to she [sic] heirs of her body one Negro boy named Ned Item my will and desire that I give to my son John one Negro named Bill Item my will and desire as my son Aaron shall have one Negro man named Richard Item my will and desire that Elizabeth Baker shall have forty pounds out of my Estate Item my will and desire that the balance of my Estate shall be equally divided among my sons and daughters Item my will and desire that my son John shall be overseer and manage business for my wife Item my will and desire that those thing [sic] I lent my loving wife what remains after her death all except the Land that I have willed to my son John Weaver Jun shall be equally divided among my sons and daughters Item my will and desire that my Slave Henry should be hired out by my Executors whom I shall name hereafter as long as my wife sall [sic] live Lastly I do nominate and appoint Cornelius Carpenter and my son John Weaver Jun Executors of this my will and I do hereby revoke and disannull all other wills by me heretofore made declaring this only to be my last will and Testament In In Witness whereof I have herunto set my hand and seal this Twenty eight day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and four. Sealed and published as his lasthis will and Testament In presence ofJohnIWeaver Sen mark Adum [sic] Utz Jun Peter Weaver Elias Weaver William Wilson A Codicil to this my last will, after my death and the death of my son John my desire is that he the said John shall pay each of my said daughters, Margaret, Mary & Hannah Ten pounds each. My will and desire is that my Negro woman Nell at my death shall go to my son Aron [sic] if the other children is Satisfied.
  At a Court held for Madison County the 23rd day of April 1807. The Last will and testament of John Weaver Sen deceased was exhibited into Court and proved by the oaths of Adam Utz J and William Wilson two of the Subscribing witnesses thereto and ordered to be Recorded and on the motion of John Weaver one of the Executors therein named Certificate is granted him for obtaining a probat [sic] thereof in due form. Whereupon he qualified and gave bond and Security according to Law. Teste John Walker J CMC
  Know all men by these presents that we John Weaver Adam Wayland and Michael Yager are held and firmly bound unto Merry Walker, Daniel Field John Hume Daniel James and William Mallory, Gentlement Justices of the Court of Madison County now sitting in the sum of Ten thousand dollars to the payment whereof well and truly to be made to the said Justices and their Successors we bind ourselves and each of us, our and each of our heirs executors and administrators, Jointly and severally firmly by these presents, sealed with our seals this 23rd day of April in the year of our lord 1807 and in the 31st year of the Commonwealth. The condition of the above obligation is such that if the above bound John Weaver Executor of the last will and testament of John Weaver Sen deceased do make or cause to be made a true and perfect Inventory of all and Singular the goods, chattels and credits of the said deceased, which have or shall come to the hands possession or knowledge of him the said John Weaver or into the hands possession or knowledge of any other person or persons for him and the same so made do exhibit, or cause to be exhibited in the County Court of Madison at such time as he shall be thereunto required by the said Court. and the same goods chattels and credits, and all other the goods chattels and credits of the said deceased, which at any time after shall come to the hands possession or knowledge of him the said John Weaver or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons for him do well and truly administer according to Law and further do make a Just and true account of all his actings and doings therein, when there unto required by the said Court, and also shall well and truly pay and deliver all the legacies Contained and Specified in the said Testament as far as the said goods, chattels and credits will thereunto extend, and the law shall charge, then this obligation to be void and of no effect, else to remain in full force and virtue John Weaver Signed sealed and delivered}Adam Wayland In Presence of the Court}Michael Yager
  At a court held for Madison County the 23rd day of April 1807. This Bond was in open Court acknowledged by the parties thereto and ordered To be Recorded.Teste John Walker J CMC


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