Note for: Somebody WARINER, - Index
According to the History of the Early Settlers, he was a baptist preacher.
Note for: James J. MEGREDY, 1 FEB 1819 - Index
According to the "Early Settlers" book, he served in the Illinois State Legislature in the 1857-8 session.
Note for: Enoch MEGREDY, 1794 - 28 DEC 1851 Index
Moved from Cecil Co, MD to an adjoining county in Pennsylvania around 1823, returning to MD in 1831 and finally moving to Springfield, IL, then Ball Twp., 6 miles south of Springfield in 1837. He was in various lines of merchandising and in Springfield was superintendent of the quarries near Crow's Mill where the stone was cut for the new State House in that city.
Note for: James D. WEIR, ABT 1812 - AFT 1880 Index
According to the History of the Early Settlers of Sangamon County, they were living in Carthage, MO by the 1870's.
1850 census for Sangamon County, IL
Ancestry Library Edition
Mary 9 fIL
Martha 7 fIL
1876 Carthage, Jasper, Missouri?
Note for: James Oliver WEIR, ABT 1838 - 26 SEP 1863 Index
According to the History of the Early Settlers of Sangamon County, Oliver Weir left Missouri at the beginning of the Civil War and took his family to Sangamon county, Illinois and enlisted in the 73rd IL Infantry, for three years. He was wounded at the battle of Chattanooga, Sept. 19, 1863 and died seven days later. His children reside with their mother, who is married to Charles Preddy. They have four children, and live in Green county, Missouri.
1860 Census for Bois D'Arc, Center Twp, Greene Co, MO
(very near Brice and Nancy Weir)
Note for: Martha Emeline BLACKWELL, ABT 1848 - Index
According to the History of the Early Settlers of Sangamon County, she married Charles Preddy after Oliver Weir's death and had 4 children with him in green Co, MO.
Note for: William H. MAXWELL, - Index
Died at age 12
Note for: Edson MAXWELL, - Index
Died at age 12
Note for: Abner MAXWELL, APR 1861 - 1864 Index
Served in Co. D, 26th Ill. Inf., became sick in the Army, came home and died.
Note for: Cora A. JONES, 19 NOV 1874 - 23 JUN 1934 Index
Date: 25 JUN 1934
Place: Waverly East CemeteryIndividual Note:
Jennie's diary says Cora died at Mrs. Wooter's house. Also, the funeral listing from Kessler's Fun Home says for Cora: "Montrey Jones, father; mother:_______ Neele." Jennie's diary mentions Margaret's mother as Mrs. Teele, and census records confirm her mother was a Teele. Her obit says she was bedridden for several years before her death. It also mentions 2 daughters - Mrs. Joseph Fields of Chicago and Mrs. L.M. Joseph of Mabana, WA.
Note for: Edward H. BATTY, 18 NOV 1862 - 6 AUG 1947 Index
The Illinois State Marriage Index says his name is Edwin H. BATTY.
1900 Census for Morgan Co.- 1-WD WAVERLY
BATTYEdward H. self35mgrocermarr. 5 yrs.ILEngVa
Cora A. wife23fILMoMA
Belva T. dau3fILILIL
Frances Mc Caul10/12fILILIL
JONESMargaretsis-in-law21fteacher in school ILMoMA
In the 1910 census, Edward H. BATTY and family is living in Macon Cty, IL, City of Decatur. He is a carpenter. Only addition is dau. Dorothy E., age 1.
Note for: Frances E. TEELE, ABT 1852 - 15 AUG 1885 Index
Note for: Joseph Earl TEELE, 1818 - 1900 Index
According to the History of Waverly: In 1855, he migrated west, stopping briefly in Indiana, 1856, and settling in the Little York community north of Waverly, in 1856. He farmed there until 1890, and moved to Waverly proper in 1890.
From the 1870 census for Morgan Co, IL:
25 180 181 TEELE Joseph 53 M Farmer 8,000 1,000 Ma
26 180 181 TEELE Valeria 39 F NH
27 180 181 TEELE Fann 20 F Ma
28 180 181 TEELE Lucy 15 F IA
29 180 181 TEELE Jessie 12 F IL
30 180 181 TEELE Margaret 9 F IL
31 180 181 TEELE Valeria 4 F IL
32 180 181 TEELE Charles 2 M IL
33 180 181 TEELE Bertha 3m F IL March
1880 Census Records from the LDS collection:Birthplace of:
TEELEJoseph E. 61mfarmerMaMaMa
Charles E.12mson at schoolILMaNH
COXH. C.18mfarm laborerILILIL
Note for: Valeria NEWMAN, JUN 1831 - AFT 1910 Index
Living with her dau. Lucy Fleming in 1900 Waverly City census. By 1910, she is living alone in Waverly.