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Joel WHITE b 1799 w/Sarah VINTON, to Arkwright and family

Persis (WHITE ) WEAVER sis of Joel and the WEAVER'S of ARKWRIGHT

Posted: 1 May 2001 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Biography
Edited: 6 Apr 2003 7:57AM GMT
Surnames: WEAVER, WHITE
WEAVER CEMETERY
ARKWRIGHT, NY (Center Road) from our online cemetery records for Arkwright;
The Weaver Cemetery is on Center Road, Town of Arkwright, on the west side, just one and a half miles north of Arkwright Center, in the first clump of trees before you reach a house. It is not visible from the road.
Caleb Weaver was born May 9, 1771 in Coventry, RI, the son of John and Susan (Carr) Weaver. John was a Revolutionary War soldier. Caleb married Hannah Franklin, daughter of David Franklin. She is believed to have died shortly after 1815, but there is no stone for her and perhaps she died before Caleb moved here. He bought land from the Holland Land Company in 1837, but John, David, and Caleb Jr. bought their land in 1822. They all came from Greenfield, Saratoga County, NY where all but the last child of Caleb and Hannah were born. There is a possibility that John, the eldest, may have been born in Coventry. Hannah, the youngest, born after 1811, was born in Arkwright, tradition says, so Caleb must have been here much earlier than his purchase shows on the books.
The children of Caleb and Hannah were: 1-John who married (1) Persis WHITE the mother of his eight children Sister of JOEL WHITE See his bio Persis White Weaver is buried in the Weaver cemetery, Arkwright;WEAVER, Persis (White) wife of John Weaver died 10 Dec. 1848, age 56
WEAVER, John died 12 Feb 1866, age 68
WEAVER, Caleb, died 5 Dec. 1855, age 83.
WEAVER, Hannah, wife of Caleb Weaver, no stone.
John WEAVER maried (2) Mrs. Martha Bucklin Sinclair; the widow of Samuel Sinclair Jr.;
2- Caleb Jr WEAVER. who married Matilda Matteson;
3-David M.WEAVER who married Lucinda Richards;
4-Ruth WEAVER who died young;
5-Mary WEAVER who marred Ephraim Smith;
6-Susan WEAVER the wife of Richard Strickland;
7-Lucy WEAVER who marred Horace Dexter and moved to Tyrone, Mich.;
8-DanielWEAVER who married Matilda Richards and later Permelia Fuller;
9-Hannah,WEAVER wife of John Lafferty.
The Laffertys started for Oregon and John was killed while crossing the plains.
Their oldest daughter, Lucy Lafferty, married Paul Perham and died in Dayton, NY, in 1891. Nothing further is known of this family. Fenton would be happy to hear from descendants.
E.J. Weaver was Enos Weaver, the eldest child of John and Persis White Weaver. His wife Martha and her sister Mary were daughters of Samuel and Chloe (Stebbins) Davis

Joel WHITE b 1799 w/Sarah VINTON, to Arkwright and family

Posted: 1 May 2001 12:00PM GMT
Classification: Biography
Edited: 6 Apr 2003 7:57AM GMT
Surnames: WHITE, BLACK, BATES, VINTON, WALLER, CRAWFORD, ELY, THOMPSON, RICHARDS, SCOTT, PALMER, MARTIN, EWINGS, COBB, STEARNS, McNAUGHTON, WHITON, PAINE
NOAH WHITE, son of Ezekiel and Abigail (Blanchard) White; a Soldier of the Revolution, enlisting from Weymouth, Mass.; b. October 22, 1756; mar. Tamar BATES, 1783. Lived and died in Chesterfield,MA where his children were born;
Son;
Joel WHITE , a farmer and carpenter, son of Noah and Tamar (Bates) White, b. September 1, 1796; married. Sarah VINTON, b. in Goshen (probably) March 21, 1800. She was the daughter of Abiather and Sarah (Paine) Vinton. Soon after his marriage (February 22, 1816) Joel White removed to Leroy, Genesee County, N. Y., where several of his children were born. In 1825 he moved to the town of Arkwright, Chautauqua County, N. Y., to cast his lot with the early pioneers of the wilderness. As he wearily climbed the wooded hills he paused to stick the ox-goad, which he carried, into the ground beside the rugged pathway, saying as he did so that "it would grow." Many years afterward, when the poplar switch had grown to giant dimensions, his son, Elliot Vinton White, bought the farm in whose dooryard the sentinel poplar stood, a landmark for miles around, a fitting monument to the sturdy character of Joel, the pioneer. He first settled on the summit of the Arkwright hills, but afterward made his home in a sheltered nook among the hills, which was known as "Joel's Basin" for many years. He was a good man, just and honorable in all his ways, one whose memory yet clings around the place which knows him no more.
Joel WHITE is buried in Burnham Hollow Cemetery, ARKWRIGHT he died , June 5,1870, ae 74 there is no trace of his wife SARAH there but she surely is buried with him;
Children
WHITE

1. Elliot Vinton WHITE b. in Leroy, Genesee County, N. Y., June 1, 1817. mar. (1st) in Arkwright, N. Y., Laura WALLER, March 18, 1841, who d. January 22, 1843. He mar. (2d) Lucy A. CRAWFORD, October 8, 1843, who d. March 8, 1845. Mar. (3d) Elizabeth ELY, February 22, 1847. The eldest of the twelve children, he saw many of the hardships and vicissitudes of life in a new country, but experience, the true builder of character, wrought for him a good name, which, wherever he has lived, has been a testimonial to his sterling honesty and integrity of purpose. He experienced religion when a young man and became a member of the Freewill Baptist church. His occupation for many years was that of a tanner; later in life, a farmer and carpenter.
A son Charles. E. s. Elliott & Elizabeth Ely.WHITE May 12,1854-Feb.1,1892 COWDEN Cemetery, Arkwright

2. Climena, b. March, 1819; d. in Arkwright, N. Y., aged eight years.

3. Noah, b. in Leroy, June 5, 1821-22; d. in Arkwright, 1837.

4. Leafy b. in Leroy, April 24, 1823. Her name, originally Relief, was changed to Leafy. She professed religion when about fifteen years of age and united with the Freewill Baptist church. Her education was finished at a school for young ladies taught by a Mrs. Mary Cole, a Presbyterian minister's wife, in Ellicottville, N. Y. She was first mar. to a young schoolmaster, Alfred Asa THOMPSON, of Arkwright, N. Y., February 25, 1841, who d. in Monroe, O., August 19, 1859, leaving her a widow with six children. Her second marriage occurred December 5, 1860, to Orton J. RICHARDS of Monroe, Ohio, who d. May 27, 1868. She was one of those sunny, sweet-tempered old ladies who find a welcome at every fireside and a warm corner in every heart. The family moved to Tuscola Co., Mich., in 1865, where they settled on a farm in Juniata. Residence, Reese, Tuscola Co., Mich. 6 children THOMPSON

5. Holton J.WHITE , b. in Arkwright, N. Y., December 11, 1825 was a successful farmer and overseer of the poor in Arkwright, N. Y. He mar. Adaline J. SCOTT, December 14, 1851 3 children HOLTON and ADALINE are buried in the COWDEN Cemetery he with the name HORTON, which is incorrect his son Orlin is buried there also;
Orlin White1855-1901 was married to mar. Lucy PALMER, August 31, 1875 they had 5 children

6. Clarissa b. in Arkwright, February 27, 1828. mar. Henry MARTIN, a farmer. Residence, Hanover, Chautauqua County, N. Y 3 children MARTIN

7. Achsah b. in Arkwright, June 6, 1830. mar. Riley EWINGS , a hotel keeper. was left a widow, and lived at Minneapolis, Minn. 3 children EWINGS

8. Addison WHITE , b. in Arkwright, July 9, 1832. (Twin.) , a farmer; lives in Arkwright, N. Y. He mar. Caroline BLACK, dau. of James Black of Arkwright.
Dau Nellie WHITE; mar. Will COBB of Arkwright, son of Chandler COBB
Son Fred WHITE mar. Hetty COBB of Arkwright Dau of Chandler COBB
Son James WHITE

9. Adaline, b. in Arkwright, July 9, 1832; d. 1851(Twin.) Knoll Cemetery died May 29,1851, ae 17-10-20

10. Louisa , b. in Arkwright, April 28, 1836. mar. Crawford STEARNS, a prosperous farmer living for many years in Villenovia, Chautauqua County, N. Y. later at Forestville, N. Y 3 Children STEARNS
She is listed in the Forestville PIONEER Cemetery as LOVISA
Stearns, Crawford, 1830-1907

Lovisa, his w. 1836—1916 (WHITE)

11. Leander b. in Arkwright, September 5, 1838. mar. (1st) Jeanette McNAUGHTON, October 29, 1861, who d. September 5, 1862; mar. (2d) Antoinette WHITON of Kingsville, O., October 4, 1864. Residence, was in Galva, Kansas 5 Children

12. Viola A.,WHITE b. in Arkwright, October 20, 1841; mar., December 22, 1859, William A. SCOTT, a farmer, who d. July 10, 1885. She resided in Sinclairville, N. Y. No children.
William A.SCOTT Civil War Veteran Oct.8,1835; July 10,1885
Wife Viola 1841—1923 they are buried in the Burnham Hollow Cemetery, Arkwright, with the rest of his SCOTT family;

Abiathar Vinton (1758-1850) served, 1777-79, as a private from Hampshire County in Col. William Lee's regiment of State troops. He was placed on the pension roll, 1840, of Ellicottville. He was born in Chesterfield, Mass.; died in Ellicottville, N. Y. Sarah PAINE,was his wife
DAR files exist for Sarah VINTON'S father also
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