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Weaver Descendants

 

 

Generation No. 1

 

1.  WILLIAM HENRY1 WEAVER He married ELEANOR AGNES STEELE. 

    

Child of WILLIAM WEAVER and ELEANOR STEELE is:

2.               i.    ROSCOE MARK2 WEAVER, b. 18 January 1897, Lamar County, Texas; d. 09 October 1971, Lamar County, Texas.

 

 

Generation No. 2

 

2.  ROSCOE MARK2 WEAVER (WILLIAM HENRY1) was born 18 January 1897 in Lamar County, Texas, and died 09 October 1971 in Lamar County, Texas.  He married ALVA LIZA PERKINS 19 October 1916, daughter of DAVID PERKINS and MARGARET BRANUM.  She was born 28 May 1899 in Georgia, and died 15 March 1980 in Lamar County, Texas.

 

Notes for ROSCOE MARK WEAVER:

1920 Lamar County Texas, ED 120, Justice Precinct 2, page 24A

Enumerated 13 January 1920   by   Robert L Holcombe

 

1930 Lamar County Texas, Precinct 2, 59A

Enumerated          8 April 1930      by Claude F Bryant

Mark Weaver             32

Alva                             30

Floyd                           12

Emmett                        20   (brother in law)

 

More about ROSCOE MARK WEAVER:

Burial: Restland Cemetery, Lamar County, Texas

 

Notes for ALVA LIZA PERKINS:

1920 Lamar County Census, ED 120, Justice Precinct 2, page 4A

Living with her father, David Perkins

 

More about ALVA LIZA PERKINS:

Burial: Restland Cemetery, Lamar County, Texas

 

More about ROSCOE WEAVER and ALVA PERKINS:

Marriage: 19 October 1916

    

Child of ROSCOE WEAVER and ALVA PERKINS is:

3.               i.    DAVID FLOYD3 WEAVER, SR, b. 21 July 1917; d. 04 May 1989.

 

 

Generation No. 3

 

3.  DAVID FLOYD3 WEAVER, SR (ROSCOE MARK2, WILLIAM HENRY1) was born 21 July 1917, and died 04 May 1989.  He married VIOLA CHRISTINE TUTTLE, daughter of EUGENE TUTTLE and VIOLA.  She was born 05 February 1912, and died 05 September 1986.

 

Notes for DAVID FLOYD WEAVER, SR:

THE LAMAR COUNTY ECHO, 11 May 1989. 'David Floyd Weaver Sr., 71, 540-25th SW, died Thursday, 4 May 1989, at 1:30 p.m. at St. Joseph's Hospital. Services were held Saturday, 6 May, in Bright-Holland Funeral Home Chapel with Dr. Wilbur Simmons officiating. Burial was in Restland Cemetery at Roxton. Mr. Weaver was born 21 Jul 1917, in the Harmon community, a son of Mark Weaver and Alva Perkins Weaver. He was a member of the Ben Franklin Baptist Church and was a retired Delta County employee. Surviving are two sons, Floyd Weaver Jr. of Powderly and Gene Weaver of Avery; three  daughters, Zoe Thomas of Paris, Marjorie Bettis of Silex, Mo., and Kay Moss of Hurst; 15 grandchildren  and seven great grandchildren.' *Married Viola Christine Tuttle.

 

More about DAVID FLOYD WEAVER, SR:

Burial: Restland Cemetery, Lamar County, Texas

 

Notes for VIOLA CHRISTINE TUTTLE:

THE LAMAR COUNTY ECHO, 11 Sep 1986. 'Viola Christine Weaver of Ben Franklin died Friday, 5 Sep 1986, at McCuistion Regional Medical Center. Funeral services were held Monday, 8 Sep, at Bright-Holland Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Mike Fortenberry and Dr. A. B. White officiating. Burial was in Restland Cemetery in Roxton. She was born on 5 Feb 1912, in Roxton, a daughter of Eugene Bush and Viola Tuttle. She was a member of the Ben Franklin Baptist Church. Survivors include two sons, Floyd Weaver Jr. of Powderly and Gene Weaver of Avery; three daughters, Zoe Thomas of Sallisaw, Okla., Marjorie Bettis of Filex, Mo., and Kay Moss of Hurst; three sisters, Cora Butler of Paris, Fronnie Locke of Mineral Wells and Ginny Vick of Roxton; 15 grandchildren and five great grandchildren.'  *Married David Floyd Weaver Sr.

    

Children of DAVID WEAVER and VIOLA TUTTLE are:

                  i.    MARGARET ZOE4 WEAVER, m. UNKNOWN THOMAS.

                 ii.    DAVID FLOYD WEAVER, JR.

                iii.    MARJORIE WEAVER, m. UNKNOWN BETTIS.

                iv.    CORDELIA KAY WEAVER, m. (1) UNKNOWN MOSS; m. (2) UNKNOWN HORTON.

                 v.    MARCUS GENE WEAVER, b. 1942, Ben Franklin, Texas; d. 17 February 2004, Lamar County, Texas; m. BETTY KAY JACKSON, 20 March 1964.

 

Notes for MARCUS GENE WEAVER:

Gene ‘Coach’ Weaver

The Paris News

Published February 20, 2004

CLARKSVILLE — Gene “Coach” Weaver, 61, principal of Avery High School, died Tuesday, Feb. 17, 2004, in Paris Regional Medical Center. Funeral services will be held at the Gene Weaver Gymnasium in Avery at 2 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 21. Interment will follow at Avery Cemetery under the direction of Clarksville Funeral Home. The family will receive friends from 5 to 6:20 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. He was a devoted husband, father and grandfather and will be truly missed. He was born in Ben Franklin in 1942, the son of the late Floyd Weaver Sr. and Christie Weaver. He graduated from Pecan Gap in 1960. He was on a basketball scholarship for two years at Paris Junior College and two years at East Texas State University. He received his bachelor’s degree from East Texas State University in 1971 and his master’s degree in 1971. He married Betty Jackson on March 20, 1964. He and his wife moved to Avery in 1965 where he took the position of the girls and boys high school and junior high basketball coach and taught social studies. During his tenure in the Avery Independent School District he served as a junior high and high school basketball coach, baseball coach, teacher, principal, interim superintendent, driver education instructor, transportation director and athletic director. He served Avery ISD for nearly 40 years. During his coaching career his team record included numerous district and bi-district championships, regional finals, semi-finals and quarter-finals. He was a former member of the Avery Chamber of Commerce, Volunteer Fire Department, and Lions Club. He was named the Avery Citizen of the Year by the Avery Chamber of Commerce in 1972. He was currently on the Board of the East Texas Medical Center of Clarksville. His favorite times were with his family and grandkids, camping, fishing, working on old cars, watching sporting events, cooking on the grill, gardening, mowing his yard, “piddling” in his shop, reading, playing cards and dominoes and shooting free throws. The lasting effect of his life is felt in the hearts of his family, the Avery community and former and present Avery ISD students and faculty. The lasting effect of his dedication to education is shown in that the majority of current Avery ISD employees are former pupils of his. His absence will forever by felt by all who knew and loved him. He is survived by his devoted wife Betty Weaver; his loving children and their spouses, Carrie Weaver and husband, Paul Gene, of Plano, Melissa Gilreath and husband, Taylor, of Avery, and Carla Henson and husband, Dale, of Avery; grandchildren, Allyson Peck, William Paul Henson, Anne Claire Weaver and Riley Gilreath; brother, Floyd Weaver Jr. of Powderly; sisters, Zoe Ervin of Ben Franklin, Marjorie Bettis of Coulterville, Calif., and Kay Horton of Fort Worth. Named as pallbearers are; Currell Beatty, Maquester Beatty, Robert Kelsoe, Eulan Cain, Ken Sims, John Lee Stanley, Pat Davis, John Hall and Stacey Burkett. Honorary pallbearers will be Avery ISD. If desired, memorials are encouraged to be made to the Gene Weaver Memorial Scholarship Fund at the Northeast Texas Teachers Credit Union, Clarksville, Texas, P. O. Box 1008, Clarksville, Texas 75426

 

 

More about MARCUS WEAVER and BETTY JACKSON:

Marriage: 20 March 1964