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A record of the descendants of James Wilson Buchanan and John W. Weaver

[collected and compiled by Mrs. L.W. Rudolph], 1950
Manuscript/Manuscript on Film
English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Filmed by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1971
on 1 microfilm reel : ports.

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Microfilm of typescript (49 leaves) at the National Library of the Daughters of the American Revolution, Washington, D.C.

Includes index.

James Wilson Buchanan was born 15 July 1807. He married Catherine Mentz (d. 1889) in 1830. They had ten children. He died 20 May 1873 and is buried in the Mount Tabor Cemetery, Augusta County, Virginia. Descendants lived in Virginia, District of Columbia, Maryland and elsewhere.

John William Weaver was born 8 August 1827, in Augusta County, Virginia, the son of Christian and Sarah Goodnight Weaver. He married Catherine Montgomery Buchanan (1838-1922), daughter of James Wilson and Catherine Mentz Buchanan, in Augusta County, 2 August 1855. They had eight children. He served in the Civil War in the Fifth Virginia Infantry. He died 15 August 1910. Descendants lived in Virginia, Texas and elsewhere.

Includes the Pittman, Sipe, Wagner, Wilson and other related families.

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