Amy L. Weaver

b. April 1863, d. 9 March 1942
  • Amy L. Weaver was born in April 1863 in Illinois.
  • She married Charles Weis, son of Martin Weis and Pauline (?), circa 1878.
  • Amy L. Weaver became a widow at the 26 March 1898 death of her husband Charles Weis.
  • At about the times of their marriages, surname of some of the children of Charles and Amy Weaver Weis began to be recorded as "Wise."
  • She married John H. DeHaven on 13 May 1902 in Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Wisconsin, by license issued the 1st, with Rev. Ola A. Nelson officiating. The marriage apparently ended in divorce.
  • She married Johann Ludwig Weiler, son of Johann Ludwig Weiler and Catherina Haueisen, circa 1919.
  • Johann Ludwig Weiler and Amy L. Weaver appeared in the US federal census of 1 January 1920 in Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas, at 1216 West 3rd Avenue.
  • The following appeared on 12 February 1921 in The Corsicana Daily Sun: J. L. Weiler and wife have returned from Houston to Corsicana and will again make this city their home.
  • The following appeared on 5 April 1921 in The Corsicana Daily Sun: Mr. J. L. Weiler received a message from Mrs. Weiler saying that her daughter, to whom she was called two weeks ago in Minneapolis, Minn., died at her home there last Thursday.
  • She officially witnessed the death of Johann Ludwig Weiler on 23 September 1924 at 2119 West 5th Avenue in Corsicana, Navarro County, Texas; at his residence.
  • Amy L. Weaver became a widow at the 23 September 1924 death of her husband Johann Ludwig Weiler.
  • The following appeared on 23 September 1924 in The Corsicana Daily Sun: At 7:30 this morning, J. L. Weiler died suddenly in the bath room at his home, 2111 West Fifth avenue. The deceased was 63 years of age in May last and had been a resident here for twenty-four years.
         The deceased was a native of Illinois and came from that state to Texas. For a number of years he engaged in the furniture business, but due to ill health he had not been regularly in business for some time.
         The deceased was a member of the First Methodist church, and was one of the most devoted and ardent workers in the Sunday school. He organized a men's Bible class in the First Methodist church, and when it became necessary for him to cease teaching the class, in his honor it was named the Weiler Bible class, and still bears his name. The class is now one of the largest Bible classes ever in a Corsicana Sunday school, and will continue to bear the name of the man who organized and who devoted many anxious hours in the labor of building and keeping the class foremost in the good work of the Sabbath school. The deceased was a good and true man in all the essentials of life, and his death, though not unexpected, is sorely regretted by the enrire community.
         Surviving the deceased is his wife and three children. The children are George Weiler of Iowa, Harold Weiler of Wichita Falls, and Forrest Weiler of Dallas. Two step-daughters live in Nebraska and Minnesota, and a step-son in Montana. Funeral arrangements will not be announced until these are all heard from.
  • Sigurd Ulrich Bergh and Hazel Marie Weis appeared in the US federal census of 1 April 1930 in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, at 706 58th Street. Other members of the household included Amy L. Weaver.
  • William Burton Hoke and Lillie Mae Weis appeared in the US federal census of 1 April 1940 in Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota, at 5129 Colfax. Other members of the household included Amy L. Weaver.
  • Amy L. Weaver died on 9 March 1942 at age 78 . Hier death was officially witnessed by Lillie Mae Weis and Hazel Marie Weis.
  • She was interred at Hillside Cemetery, Minneapolis, Hennepin County, Minnesota.
  • The following appeared on 11 March 1942 in the Omaha Morning World-Herald: [Died] Amy L. Weiler, March 9, age 78 years. Mrs. Weiler is survived by her daughters, Mrs. Sigurd U. Bergh, Omaha, Mrs. William B. Hoke, Minneapolis, Minn. Funeral services Thursday at the Davies mortuary, 1403 Harmon Place, Minneapolis, Minn. Interment, Hillside cemetery. Inquiries may be addressed to the Burket chapel, HA 0090.
  • Last Edited: 14 Dec 2014

Family 1: Charles Weis b. circa 1860, d. 26 March 1898

Family 2: John H. DeHaven b. 10 August 1857, d. 31 March 1940

Family 3: Johann Ludwig Weiler b. 1 May 1860, d. 23 September 1924