May 15, 2010<br />A look in our rear view mirror<br />
David Buckwalter Weaver (1823-1900)m. Mary Horst (1926-1860)& Margaret Eby Musser (1828-1910)<br />Samuel Oberholtzer  (18...
This chart covers only 6 generations.  Use the copy you have in hand to follow and/or make notes.  If you want additional ...
M. Lloyd and Sara S. O. Weaveras most of us remember them<br />
Tombstone at Lindale<br />
At their 1922 wedding<br />
After they retired to Harrisonburg<br />
Japanese seaman in Newport News<br />
Dad’s parents: David and Emma Bare Weaver<br />
Our Weaver family came to America in about 1717.  Three brothers George, Jacob and Henry came and settled near what is now...
We follow in this linage.  Some of us remember Lloyd’s rather colorful siblings.  There were four boys and one sister.  He...
DM Weaver family<br />
DM Weaver children<br />
There is limited photography and stories from the Bare linage.  The town of Bareville, PA was named for one of our ancesto...
John Bare, his daughter Emma, her son Paul, and his son Paul, Jr.<br />
Now to Sara’s linage.  Here are her parents, Amos and Barbara Stoner Oberholtzer.  Sara’s middle name was Stoner.<br />
Their immigrant ancestors, beginning with Samuel and Christina Oberholtzer, also came from Switzerland in the 1700’s. The ...
Oberholtzer Family Farm Memorial<br />
Mom’s family consisted of seven girls and one boy who died as a child.  Some of us remember the Oberholtzers, who had an a...
Sara S. O. Weaver<br />
Oberholtzer Reunion<br />
Most of us have better memories or interests of Lloyd & Sara’s family.  With little or no titling, here are early photos. ...
Family photo with Jane & Lloyd<br />
Jane & Lloyd on N Queen<br />
Jane & Lloyd<br />
Lloyd & Sara at their 50th anniversary<br />
Lloyd & Sara, their children and spouses at Harrisonburg Mennonite Church during the50th Anniversary celebration<br />
For many years, we siblings with Ron David and our spouses get together for 2-3 days each May.  We eat, talk, and do some ...
Lloyd and Sara’s grandchildren are listed on your sheet, and hopefully many are here at Lindale today, May 15, 2010, so yo...
The last event with Lloyd, 2 years after Sara’sdeath, was his 90th birthday, March 1992.Many of you were there.  Can you f...
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A Look In Our Rear View Mirror

  1. 1. May 15, 2010<br />A look in our rear view mirror<br />
  2. 2. David Buckwalter Weaver (1823-1900)m. Mary Horst (1926-1860)& Margaret Eby Musser (1828-1910)<br />Samuel Oberholtzer (1802-1875)Martha Hess ()<br />Martin H Weaver (1847-1896)m. Esther (Hettie) Wenger (1848-1924)<br />John H Oberholtzer (1839-1912)m. Fianna Burkholder (1838-1891)<br />David Martin (DM) Weaver (1875-1953)m. Emma Rohrer Bare (1876-1964)<br />Amos B Oberholtzer (1863-1929)m. Barbara Nolt Stoner (1862-1941)<br />Martin Lloyd Weaver(1902-1992)<br />Sara Stoner Oberholtzer(1900-1988)<br />married1922<br />Sara Jane Weaver (1922-m. Chester L Wenger (1918-<br />Martin Lloyd Weaver Jr (1924-m. Sarah Marie Yoder (1925-<br />Kenneth James Weaver (1931-m. June Marie Collins (1930-<br />Samuel Orie Weaver (1934-m. Sarah Marie Alderfer (1934-<br />Betty Lois Wenger (1945-m. Nelson Good<br />Malinda Ann Weaver (1950-m. Glen Stoltzfus<br />Carol Joyce Weaver (1954-m. Wendell Eberly<br />Janet Fern Weaver (1956-<br />Margaret Ann Wenger (1947-m. Samuel Johnson<br />David Merle Weaver (1953-<br />James Robert Weaver (1956-m. Anita Brenneman<br />Doris Ann Weaver (1959-m. Steven Leaman<br />Jewel Louise Wenger (1948-m. Richard Showalter<br />Lavonne Grace Weaver (1955-m. David Lehman<br />William Ronald Weaver (1959-m. Dawn Burkholder<br />Michael Dale Weaver (1968-m. Rachel Brubacher<br />Chester Lloyd Wenger (1951-1974)m. Hilda Shirk<br />Alta Marie Weaver (1958-m. Max Blosser<br />Don Edward Weaver (1962-m. Pam Brenneman<br />Sara Ellen Wenger (1953-m. Gerald Shenk<br />Mark Richard Wenger (1955-m.Kathy Weaver<br />Philip Ralph Wenger (1957-Steve Dinnocenti<br />Thomas Meryl Wenger (1960-m. Keiko Kuniyuki<br />
  3. 3. This chart covers only 6 generations. Use the copy you have in hand to follow and/or make notes. If you want additional information, see Lloyd. Jane, Lloyd & Sam will tell ‘brief’ stories they have heard from our parents. In this ‘rear view mirror’ presentation, we are not focusing on Lloyd & Sara’s grandchildren. You may catch up with them by talking with those here today. Also, hold your questions and comments until the end.<br />
  4. 4. M. Lloyd and Sara S. O. Weaveras most of us remember them<br />
  5. 5. Tombstone at Lindale<br />
  6. 6. At their 1922 wedding<br />
  7. 7. After they retired to Harrisonburg<br />
  8. 8. Japanese seaman in Newport News<br />
  9. 9. Dad’s parents: David and Emma Bare Weaver<br />
  10. 10. Our Weaver family came to America in about 1717. Three brothers George, Jacob and Henry came and settled near what is now known as Weaverland. The family originated in Switzerland, as Anabaptists, and came to Pennsylvania via Germany and Holland. A cemetary on the original 1,000 acre land at Weaverland contains some memorial stones as seen in the next pictures:<br />
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  13. 13. We follow in this linage. Some of us remember Lloyd’s rather colorful siblings. There were four boys and one sister. Here they are with their spouses and parents, DM and Emma Bare Weaver:<br />
  14. 14. DM Weaver family<br />
  15. 15. DM Weaver children<br />
  16. 16. There is limited photography and stories from the Bare linage. The town of Bareville, PA was named for one of our ancestors who had an early tavern and ‘hotel’ there. This is a picture of 4 Bare-Weaver generations:<br />
  17. 17. John Bare, his daughter Emma, her son Paul, and his son Paul, Jr.<br />
  18. 18. Now to Sara’s linage. Here are her parents, Amos and Barbara Stoner Oberholtzer. Sara’s middle name was Stoner.<br />
  19. 19. Their immigrant ancestors, beginning with Samuel and Christina Oberholtzer, also came from Switzerland in the 1700’s. The following picture is of a memorial stone which was erected when Sara Oberholtzer Weaver and a couple of her sisters renovated the old cemetery on the family farm. It appears this was the original Oberholtzer family farm:<br />
  20. 20. Oberholtzer Family Farm Memorial<br />
  21. 21. Mom’s family consisted of seven girls and one boy who died as a child. Some of us remember the Oberholtzers, who had an annual reunion picnic. Here are several photos:<br />
  22. 22. Sara S. O. Weaver<br />
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  25. 25. Oberholtzer Reunion<br />
  26. 26. Most of us have better memories or interests of Lloyd & Sara’s family. With little or no titling, here are early photos. Questions or brief comments are in order:<br />
  27. 27. Family photo with Jane & Lloyd<br />
  28. 28. Jane & Lloyd on N Queen<br />
  29. 29. Jane & Lloyd<br />
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  36. 36. Lloyd & Sara at their 50th anniversary<br />
  37. 37. Lloyd & Sara, their children and spouses at Harrisonburg Mennonite Church during the50th Anniversary celebration<br />
  38. 38. For many years, we siblings with Ron David and our spouses get together for 2-3 days each May. We eat, talk, and do some site seeing. Here we are last May while visiting the Shenandoah Valley Museum and historic gardens in Winchester:<br />
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  40. 40. Lloyd and Sara’s grandchildren are listed on your sheet, and hopefully many are here at Lindale today, May 15, 2010, so you may talk with them, rather than try to show them on the screen.<br />
  41. 41. The last event with Lloyd, 2 years after Sara’sdeath, was his 90th birthday, March 1992.Many of you were there. Can you find yourself?<br />

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