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Wagner, Henry (p. 355)
On the 23 November 1892, Mr. Wagner married Maud Pence, who was born in Illinois on 17 July 1875, the daughter of John and Nelia (Pettigrew) Pence, also natives of Illinois. John Pence died in January 1909. Maud was one of four children, the others were: Araminta, d. age four months; May, m. Benjamin Cranor; and William, a physician in Columbus Jct.
Mr. and Mrs. Wagner had four children, viz: Etta, b. 14 October 1893 m. Frank Orr; Madeline, b. 3 April 1896; Pence b. 22 Janaury 1898; and Fannie b. 26 of December 1907.
Walker, C.P. (p. 549)
C.P. Walker came to Iowa with his family in 1856. He served in the Civil War. On the 4 July 1868, he married Ruth E. Fox, and by this union, had eight children: Samuel N.; Everna, m. E.C. Frazelle, of Clark Co.; Albert; Thomas; Leander; Flossie, m. John Russell; James G.; and John. The wife and mother died in December 1890 and Mr. Walker m. 2) Mrs. Sarah A. (Houseman) Edgar, the widow of Thomas Edgar. She was the daugher of Jacob and Susanna (Spearman) Houseman, the father, a native of Pennsyulvania and the mother of Kentucky. There were nine children in the Houseman family: John; James; Sarah A. (above); Elvira, m. William Hill, of Henry Co.;Alice m. John Crane, also of Henry Co., IA; Belle; Charles; Alva, of Wyoming; and William, who lived in Canada. Mrs. Walker had eight children by her first husband: Jennie, m. Thomas Buckingham, of Henry Co.; Harry, of Seattle, Washington; Frank, of Lowell, IA; Mattie m. Bar Mosscropp, of Henry Co.; Arbie; Arthur; Susan m. Claud Wilson, also of Henry Co.; and Charles of Des Moines. Mrs. Edgar married Mr. Walker on 6 July 1902.
Mr. Walker married in1890 to Mary Jane Creighton, a native of Louisa Co., the daughter of J.H. and sarah E. Creighton. They had two daughters, Yeteve b. 16 June 1894 and Martha E. b.23 February 1900.
Mr. and Mrs. Walker had the following children: Elsie E.; George P., Maud M.; Albert R.; Clifford T.; Myrtle Z.; Paul Moyers; and Samuel Clinton.
Walter, John F. (p. 300)
Mr. Walter married 19 February 1890 to Ella Haas, b. in Louisa Co. 29 April 1868. Mrs. Walter's father was Peter Haas, a native of Germany, who emigrated to the U.S. with his parents when he was fifteen. Prior to her marriage Mrs. Haas was Emma Judiesch, who was born in Switzerland and was five when her parents brought her to this country. Mr. and Mrs. Haas were married in Muscatine Co. The father died in April 1910 at the age of seventy-one. There were ten children in their family: Elizabeth m. George Haschar; John d. age of five; Ella (above); Mary m. William Allen; George; Emma, m. Edwin Kluckhohn of Garner, IA; Lulu m. Herman Lohse, of Calif.; Edward; and Esther d. age eighteen.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter had seven children; Earl b. 9 February 1892; Ruth M., b. 25 September 1894; Lulu F., b. 10 February 1897;Mildred L., b. 10 October 1901; Elsa L. b.26 July 1903 and Donald K. b. 13 August 1906. Their eldest child died in infancy.
Waterhouse, M. T. (p. 211)
Moses Waterhouse married in Des Moines Co. to Alice M. Bell, a native of Hamilton Co., Ohio, the daughter of William M. and Maria L. (Stout) Bell. They were the parents of five children.
Mr. and Mrs. Waterhouse, also had eleven children: William T.; James O.; John M. all of Oakville; Daisy B., m. George W. Campbell; Ura M., m. James A. Duncan; Jacob G.; Ralph R.; Nellie M., m. G.H. Williams; Violet E., m .Oscar Swanson, of Des Moines Co.; Raymond P. and Elva M. Mr. Waterhouse died 8 February 1891 and was buried in the Creighton Cemetery.
On 29 December 1847 he married Mary Elizabeth Marshall. In 1861 he enlisted for the Union in CO. C. Sixteenth Regiment of Iowa Volunteers. Mrs. Weaver the mother of our subject, was born near Xenia, Ohio, 30 April 1829, the duaghter of John Marshall, who brought his family to Louisa Co. in1838..
Nine children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Weaver: Mary Elizabeth, m. Reese Sellers; Laura and Annie, both d. in infancy; Emily F. m. Dr. W.H. Darrow, of Col. Jct.; Lucy, m. E.S. Briggs; Clara, m. Dr. C.B. Allen; H.O. of this review; Henrietta, m. August Salmon, and Alice d. in infancy.
H.O. Weaver married 7 October 1896 to Alma Neuse, the daughter of Geoge R. and Clara (Slattery) Neuse. Two children were: Mary Frances who died at the age of six; and William Otis, b. 1910.
Weber, Christian (p. 214)
On the 30 March 1875, Mr. Weber married Ella J. Peters, the daughter of John and Sarah (Twigg) Peters. Ten children were born to Mr. and Mrs. Peters: Ella J., the oldest; Edward L.; Katie; Annie; William; Minnie; Charles; John; Ida, m. Joseph Hammond; and George.
Unto Mr. and Mrs Weber were born six daughters and three sons: Effie, m. William A. Miller, of Maryville, Missouri; Anna; Sadie, m. Leonard J. Shipman, of Butte, S.D.; George; Nellie, d. age two; Edward d. at age one; Benjamin; Lena; and Grace.
On 1 August 1906, Mr. Weber married Grace Elnora Beik, daughter of Jacob and Alverda (Hanley) Beik and unto Mr. and Mrs. Weber was born a son Farrel Beik.
Wehmeyer, D.A. (p. 354)
Mr. Wehmeyer married on 27 December 1893, to Ruth M. Bradley, who was born in Illinois, near Monmouth on 1 August 1874. She was the daughter of James and Lucinda (Speck) Bradley. Her father was a native of Ohio and her mother was born in South Carolina. Mr. Bradley d. in 1889. There were seven children in the family: Dora; Rena; Ida; Ruth M.; and Orpha, twins, the former became Mrs. Wehmeyer and the latter m. George Kerr; Laura; and Frank.
Mr. and Mrs. Wehmeyer had eight children: Walter August, b. 4 August 1894; Daniel Carl b. 17 July 1895; Marie Orpha, b. 20 October 1897; Emma Elizabeth, b. 17 March 1900; Florence Amelia, b. 2 February 1902; Pearl Alta, b. 28 November 1907; and August b. 17 January 1910.
Mr. Wehmeyer married on 24 December 1892, to Mary Gauss, daughter of Christian and Christina (Lautenschnlauger) Gauss. She was one of five children, the others were: Anna, m. E. F. Stevens; George of Linton, ND; Emma Christina and Caroline Margaretta, both of whom died in infancy.
Mr. and Mrs. Wehmeyer had one son, Fred W.
Westbrook, D. H. (p. 302)
Mr. Westbrook married Malinda Wagner on 9 January 1866, the daughter of Phillip and Elizabeth (Gower) Wagner. She was born 25 November 1846. Mr. Wagner was a native of Ohio, born 3 March 1808. In his youth he moved to Indiana where he met and married Miss Gower, who was born 13 August 1813 in Maryland. Mr. Wagner was one of ten children. Mrs. Wagner died 18 March 1884 and Mr. Wagner 20 April 1885. There were five children in their family: Malinda m. Mr. Westbrook; Lucinda, m. Alec Hidlebauth of Letts; George W. m. Martha Small; Clarinda and Louisa.
Mr. and Mrs. Westbrook had eleven children: Ella m. Lem Dickerson; Philip W.; George W., d. age fifteen months; Bessie F.; James H.; Emma m. Frank Frye; Martha m. R.W. Furnas, of SD; Fred S.; Harrison; and two died in infancy.
Westfall,William (p. 308)
Mr. Westfall married Bazzie Dotson, daughter of David and Lydia (Bier) Dotson. Mr. and Mrs. Westfall had two children: Louva Oleda and Virgil Eldon.
Westlake, J. A. (p. 365)
Mr. Westlake married 17 September 1884 to Fannie M. Stone born in Louisa Co, on the 17 August 1860. She was the daughter of Charley and Martha (Cole) Stone, the father a native of Micigan and the mother of West Virginia, but they were married at Wapello, Iowa on 17 June 1857. The mother d. 17 April 1882, and the father died 3 February 1908. There were four children in the family of whom Mrs. Westlake is the oldest. The other three were: Jane, d. in infancy; Ada, b. 1866 and was married 12 May 1884 to George Jones; and Harry d. 7 September 1891, at the age of fifteen. Mr. Stone m. 2) 1 October 1885 to Mary Hunter and they had four more children: Henry; Lavina, who d. in infancy; Frank; and Jessie.
Mr. and Mrs Westlake had the following childen: Elsie May b. 4 August 1885; Charles B., b. 5 May 1887; James Franklin, b. 16 October 1889; Cora Belle, b. 3 December 1892 and d. 10 September 1898; Ada F. b. 8 May 1895; Earl A. and Myrl A., twins, b. 26 July 1897; Roy E. b. 7 April 1904; and Amy P. b. 20 June 1907.