Unrelated Weekes / Weeks Families

This web site is focused on the descendents of Joseph Weekes and Jane Fullerton, immigrants to Ontario in 1839 from County Antrim, Ireland. They originally settled in Lanark and Leeds Counties in eastern Ontario

Unrelated (to Joseph and Jane) People Sharing the Weekes / Weeks Name

Leeds and Grenville Counties, Ontario

Prince Edward County, Ontario

London, Ontario

Others

Harvey Weeks and Margaret Worthington, Lansdowne

Their son Amos Mortimer Weeks was a cheese maker, Rear of Lansdowne Twp, Leeds, who married Lucy Gibson Jan. 31, 1894 at Athens.

#006726-94 (Leeds Co.) Amos Mortimer WEEKS 29, cheesemaker, Rear of Lansdowne twp., same, s/o Harvey WEEKS & Margaret WORTHINGTON, married Lucy GIBSON 21, Elgin Ont., same, d/o Edward GIBSON & Eliza BOYLE, wit: George GIBSON of Lyndhurst & Ellen GIBSON of Elgin, 31 Jan 1894, at Athens

Their son Roy W. Weeks, born at Elgin, of Lyndhurst when married, also a cheesmaker, married Gladys Snider daughter of William Snider and Bertha Weeks in 1921. Gladys Snider was "of Warburton" when she married and her birthplace was Ellisville.

Samuel Weeks and Jane Crawford of Lanark and Eganville

Key Name Spouse Cemetery Notes
SW Samuel Weeks
1859, Devonshire England - 1951
Jane Crawford
1853, Lanark, - 1921
Married c.1883
  1901 Eganville Census:
Samuel age 41
Jennie age 41
William J age 15
Ross W age 13
Edith E C age 10
Carrie M age 8
Perl age 6
SW.1 William J. Weeks
1885-1939
     
SW.2 Ross W. Weeks      
SW.3 Edith E. Weeks
1889-1976
     
SW.4 Carrie May Weeks
1891-1978
Stanley Stratton
1893-1975
  
 

THE LANARK ERA Wed. Sept. 17th, 1924 - marriage
Eganville, ON, Wed. Sept. 10th, 1924, Carrie May Weeks, daughter of Samuel Weeks and the late Mrs. Weeks, to Stanley Stratton of Ottawa.

17829-24 (Renfrew Co) Stanley STRATTON, 30, clerk, Brockville, Ottawa, s/o Richard STRATTON b. Toledo & Hanny LOVE married Carrie May WEEKS, 31, clerk, Renfrew, Eganville, d/o Samuel WEEKS b. Devonshire England & Jane CRAWFORD, witn: Emily WEEKS & Ross W. WEEKS of Eganville, 3 Sept 1924, Eganville

SW.5 Pearl Weeks
1893-1980
     

The Emmett L. Weekes (1883-1970) Family

My grandfather is ROBERT EARL WEEKES ( JULY 17,1914) . His parents were EMMETT L. WEEKES ( 1883/1970 ) and MARIE JASSICK (1882/1956). They had other children as well - JOSEPH (1903), JAMES(1911) and ERNEST(1912). I have been trying to dig up info for a while but no luck from my grandfather. I have searched for EMMETT but can not locate him on any listing I have found. Thank you in advance for any help you can give.

Other info I have:

ROBERT married MARION JOSEPHINE CERMAK (B. March 17,1925) - parents JAMES F. CERMAK and MARY DOLYSI. Siblings seven. Her uncle or great uncle was ANTON CERMAK- the mayor of Chicago that was shot instead of FDR. ROBERT and MARION had four children: ROBERTA, JAMES, SANDRA and JOSEPH. I am ROBERTA'S daughter.

Thank you again. Michelle

The Peter Weekes Family of New Zealand

Peter Weekes provided the following information. His family is traced as far back as the mid 1800s in England. His GGGfather (born Gillingham, Kent (per census)), GGfather(born Woolich, London) came to Australia and his son came to New Zealand. Peter's father was born in Christchurch. The family name seems to be John George Ellis Weekes. Inquiries or further information are welcome.

William Weekes and Elizabeth Grey of England, Pennsylvania and London Ontario

William Weekes was born about 1794 in England. He lived in 1827 in England. He lived in 1831 at Pennsylvania, USA. He worked as a Farmer from 1852 to 1861 at Mosa, Middlesex, ON, CA. He married Elizabeth between 1822 and 1826 in England. Many of their descendents lived in the London ON area.

Key Name Spouse Cemetery Notes
WW William Weekes
b. c.1794 England - 1881
Elizabeth Grey
c. 1804, England - 1874
 

From https://www.jamescobban.net/FamilyTree/legacyIndivid.php?idir=39549
William Weekes was born about 1794 in England. He lived in 1827 in England. He lived in 1831 at Pennsylvania, USA. He worked as a Farmer from 1852 to 1861 at Mosa, Middlesex, ON, CA. He married Elizabeth between 1822 and 1826 in England.

Also: http://loonfoot.com/Leonard/LeonardScrapbook/Weekes/tree.htm
William Weekes (1794-1881) m Elizabeth Grey (1804-1874), emigrated to Pennsylvania in 1828

WW.1 William Weekes
1827, London – 1910
Lydia Jane Edwards
c.1833 - 1921
m. 1855
Simpson Cemetery, Mosa, Middlesex, ON

From Abel Seneca Weekes' biography: "William Weekes, father of Abel, was born in London, England, in 1827. He was brought to this country when he was two years of age by his parents, who stayed for a short time in Pennsylvania, USA. Then they came to St. Thomas Ont. When but ten years of age they moved to a farm in Mosa Township. In 1840 this farm was sold, and the farm across the road purchased. To this farm, the son William brought his bride, Lydia Jane Edwards in 1855. There they raised their family of thirteen children, giving each one an High School education. Mr. William Weekes died in 1910, and Mrs. Weekes in 1921."

From The Permanent Nature of Everything: A Memoir By Judith Cowan: "... William Weekes, had married Lydia Jane Edwards who was descended from a Loyalist named Seneca Edwards. Seneca's father had been a Welshman, but his mother was a member of the Seneca nation, and the family was proud of possessing Iroquoain blood. Although William Weekes was a farmer, he educated his children. One of his sons became a doctor, others were notaries or lawyers and Edith Annie was brought up learning to draw, paint and play the guitar."

WW.1.1 Dr. William James Weekes, London
1856-1945
Annie McMillan
1857 - 1935
m. Dec. 25, 1878
Oakland Cemetery
Strathburn, Mosa Twp.
Middlesex County, ON
St. Thomas Journal 6 May 1935 Died -   Mrs W. J. Weekes, nee Annie McMillan, 78 years, May 4
WW.1.2 Henry Weekes 1858-1880
      Teacher
     
WW.1.3 Edwin Weekes
17 Apr 1859—1924
Sarah Jane Quick
1866-1960
m.1887
Simpson Cemetery, Mosa, Middlesex, ON Edwin Weekes was the son of William Weekes and Lydia Jane Edwards. He was born on 17 April 1859 at Mosa, Middlesex, ON, CA. He worked as a Farmer from 1901 to 1911 at W ½ S ½ lot 7 1RN, Mosa, Middlesex, ON, CA. He worked as a Farmer in 1921 at N ½ lot 9 1RN, Mosa, Middlesex, ON, CA. He died in 1924 . He was buried at Simpson Cemetery, Mosa, Middlesex, ON, CA. He married Sarah J. Quick . Sarah J. Quick was the daughter of William Quick and Winnefred Moorhouse. She was born on 10 June 1866 in Ontario, Canada. She was buried at Simpson Cemetery, Mosa, Middlesex, ON, CA.
WW.1.3.1 Lydia W. Weekes
8 April 1889—
     
WW.1.3.2 William E. Weekes
6 July 1895—
     
WW.1.4 George Nelson Weekes,
1860-1954 London, Ont.
Margaret Anetta (Nettie) Bruce   Lawyer with Weekes & Weekes Barristers - London, ON
WW.1.4.1 John Nelson Weekes, Q.C.
1913-2003
May Blanche Davies (ARMSTRONG)
-2005
Woodland Cemetery, London Peacefully at Meadowcroft Place Retirement Home, London, on Wednesday, March 30th, 2005, May (DAVIES) (ARMSTRONG) WEEKES of London. Beloved wife of the late John Nelson WEEKES, Q.C. and the late Russell ARMSTRONG. ... Predeceased by her brothers Ted, Harold, Gerry and Stan DAVIES and her sisters Gladys RAY, Queenie NEAR and Doris NEIL.
WW.1.4.2 Rolfe Nelson Weekes
1920-2006
     
WW.1.4.3 Vivien Nelson Weekes      
WW.1.5 Alice Amelia Weekes
1862-1935
Robert James Frederick Aldred
1859-1946
m. 1892, Mosa, Middlesex
  7612-92 (Middlesex Co): Robert James Frederick ALDRED, 33, machinist, Minnesota USA, Glencoe, s/o Robert & Mary Jane, married Alice Amelia WEEKES, 29, Mosa, same, d/o William & Lydia Jane, witn: Arthur E. SUTHERLAND & Mary Ella EDWARDS, both of Glencoe, 5 Jan 1892 at Mosa
WW.1.5.1 Arnold Edwards Aldred
May 1, 1897 -
Olive Connor Watts
m. Sept. 17, 1924, Middlesex
   
WW.1.5.1.1 Robert William Aldred
c.1928-2019
    "Peacefully with family by his side at University Hospital, London on Friday, January 25, 2019, Robert “Bob” Aldred of London passed away in his 91styear. ... Predeceased by his brother Fred, sister Ruth, sister in-law Jean Saunders, brother in-law Ross Saunders and nephew James Saunders. Bob was a dedicated teacher and department head for over 25 years at Oakridge Secondary School and A.B. Lucas Secondary School. Bob was known for his sense of humour and his love of his family. Following Bob’s wishes cremation has taken place and a memorial service will take place at a later date. Memorial donations can be made to Heart and Stroke Foundation, World Vision Canada, or charity of your choice."
WW.1.5.1.x Fred Aldred      
WW.1.5.1.y Ruth Aldred      
WW.1.5.2 Mary Lydia Aldred
1895 - 1971
William Cecil Baird    
WW.1.5.3 Ernest Frederick Aldred      
WW.1.5.4 Annie Edith Aldred
May 1st 1899 - Jan 17 1996
  Oakland Cemetery, Glencoe, Ontario Miss Annie Edith Aldred was the youngest child of Robert James FREDERICK and Alice Amelia (Weekes) Aldred. She was borne and raised in Glencoe Ontario. Annie completed four years of continuing school (high school), where she went on to attend an art school in New York, USA, where she studied to be an artist.
Annie Aldred also had a vision. Her desire and determination to open a Tea House was not deterred after her first attempts failed. Annie along with older brother, Arnold, started a small Tea Room in the Strathburn area (a small hamlet 5 km south of Glencoe, Ontario on Longwoods Road) in 1935. Due to unanticipated length of hardships caused by the Great Depression, the business did not flourish.
Annie Aldred - At Babcock Nursing Home, Wardsville, on Wednesday, January 17, 1996, Miss Annie Edith Aldred, formerly of Glencoe and Thamesville, in her 97th year. Predeceased by her parents Robert Frederick James Aldred and Alice Amelia Weekes, a sister Mary and two brothers Ernest and Arnold. ... A private funeral service was held at the Arn Funeral Home, Glencoe with interment in Oakland Cemetery.
WW.1.6 Mary Evelyn Weekes 1864-1958 Lambeth, Ont Rev. George Jonathan Kerr
1851-1933
Oakland Cemetery
Strathburn, Mosa Twp.
Middlesex County, ON
 
WW.1.7 Abel Seneca Weekes
1866.02.17, Moss township near Glencoe Ont. - 1936.04.25
1. Miriam Millicent Smith
Bothwell, Ont.
m. 1906,
d. April, 1925
2. Anna Whiteford
m. July 1926 His widow resided at 61 Maryland St., Winnipeg MAN
Brookside Cemetery, Winnipeg, Man. Abel's obituary
Mr. Weekes was born on a farm in Moss township near Glencoe Ont., Feb. 17, 1866. ... Surviving are his widow who was Anna Whiteford, of Ireland, and whom he married in Winnipeg ten years ago, a son, William James, of Outpost Island, Great Slake Lake; five daughters Miriam, Betty, Frances, Mary and Ruth, at home; two sisters, Mrs. (Rev.) G. J. Kerr, Lambeth, Ont., and Mrs. Wm. N. Leonard, Delhi, Ont., and five brothers, Dr. W. J. Weekes and Nelson Weekes, London, Ont.; Thomas Albert, Edmonton; Alfred W., Strome, Alta.; and Herbert. M., near Glencoe, Ont. Mr. Weekes' first Wife, who was Miriam Millicent Smith, of Bothwell, Ont., whom he married in 1906, died in April, 1925.
WW.1.7.1 William James Weekes
1907 – Aug. 20, 1936, appendicitis
    prospector of Outpost Island, Great Slake Lake
WW.1.7.2 Miriam Weekes
July 1910 - 1983
Harold Harold Sutton
1912-
of Meota Sask, moved to Flin Flon Manitoba
   
WW.1.7.3 Elizabeth Weekes
Feb. 1914 -
     
WW.1.7.4 Frances Weekes
Jan. 1916 -
     
WW.1.7.5 Mary Weekes
Sept. 1918 -
     
WW.1.7.6 Ruth Weekes
March 1921 -
     
WW.1.8 Thomas Albert Weekes
1868-1948 Edmonton
Ada Grace Price
1872-1954
m. 1902
   
WW.1.8.1 Clarence Arthur Weekes
1907 - 1974
Johanna Elizabeth Van der Rest
1912 - 1991
Cowley Cemetery, Cowley, Alberta  
WW.1.8.2 Rupert Etheridge Weekes
1903 -
Clara Emma Fink
1901 - 1959
   
WW.1.8.3 child 3      
WW.1.8.4 child 4      
WW.1.9 Alfred Wesley Weekes 1870-1958 Strome, Alta. 1. Martha Rosamond Munson (____-1906)
m.1902
2. Margaret A. Reycraft
1872-1948
Oakland Cemetery
Strathburn, Mosa Twp.
Middlesex County, ON

Alfred Wesley Weekes was the son of William Weekes and Lydia Jane Edwards. He was born on 21 February 1870 at Mosa, Middlesex, ON, CA. He worked as a Farmer in 1916 at SK.

He married Martha Rosamond Munson on 31 December 1902 at Ekfrid, Middlesex, ON, CA.

Martha Rosamond Munson was the daughter of Richard S. Munson and Martha Howell. She was born on 8 May 1872 at Dorchester North, Middlesex, ON, CA. She died on 17 February 1907 .She was buried at Eddie Cemetery, Ekfrid, Middlesex, ON, CA.

He married Margaret A. Reycraft after 1907.

WW.1.9.1 Gertrude Alice Weekes
8 April 1904—
     
WW.1.10 Etheridge Charles Weekes 1873-1898      
WW.1.11 Edith Annie Weekes
1875-1959 Delhi, Ont.
William Mark Leonard
1871-1964
m.1910
Oakland Cemetery
Strathburn, Mosa Twp.
Middlesex County, ON
From The Permanent Nature of Everything: A Memoir By Judith Cowan: "Edith Annie Weekes, the eleventh of thirteen children, was born in 1875 on a farm called the Maples, near Glencoe in southern Ontario. The little one-story brick house is still standing. Her father, William Weekes, had married Lydia Jane Edwards who was descended from a Loyalist named Seneca Edwards. Seneca's father had been a Welshman, but his mother was a member of the Seneca nation, and the family was proud of posessing Iroquoain blood. Although William Weekes was a farmer, he educated his children. One of his sons became a doctor, others were notaries or lawyers and Edith Annie was brought up learning to draw, paint and play the guitar."
WW.1.11.1 Alice Eileen Leonard
c.1918-2007
Herbert Nelson Cowan   Cowan, Alice Eileen At the Community Nursing Home, Warkworth, on Wednesday 27 December, 2007, aged 89 years. Born in Chengdu, China, to missionaries William Mark Leonard and Edith Annie Weekes, Alice received a degree in classics from the University of Toronto, and later taught Latin and English at Port Hope High School, interrupting her teaching career between 1974 and 1977 to volunteer for CUSO in Africa. Wife of the late Herbert Nelson Cowan. ... The Globe and Mail, 2007-01-05
WW.1.11.2 Catherine Leonard Park    
WW.1.11.3 Etheridge Leonard      
WW.1.12 Arthur Leslie Weekes
1877-1906
  Simpson Cemetery, Mosa, Middlesex, ON Grave stone: Arthur Leslie / Son Of / Wm. & Lydia Jane / Weekes. / Died Sept. 19, 1906 / Aged / 29 Yrs. 8 Mos. & 2 Ds. / For What Is Your Life / James 4-14
WW.1.13 Herbert Morley Weekes
1880-1960
near Glencoe, Ont.
Elizabeth (Lizzie) Lottie Booth
(1883-1953)
m.1910
Oakland Cemetery
Strathburn, Mosa Twp.
Middlesex County, ON
Herbert Morley Weekes Born on Sunday, July 4, 1880 in Middlesex, Ontario.

WW.1.13.1 Marjorie Jean Weekes 1913-2007 John James Smith
1915-1996
m. 1935
Oakland Cemetery
Strathburn, Mosa Twp.
Middlesex County, ON
SMITH, Marjorie (WEEKES); 94; Petrolia ON; London Free Press; 2007-9-24
WW.1.13.2 Maurice Herbert Weekes
1915-2009
Aaltje De Putter
1918-2008
m.1940
Oakland Cemetery
Strathburn, Mosa Twp.
Middlesex County, ON
 
WW.1.13.3 William Arthur Weekes
1918-2008
Gertrude Switzer
m. 1959
  WILLIAM ARTHUR WEEKES Arthur passed away peacefully in his 90th year on March 19 2008 after a short illness. He was born in Glencoe, Ontario and was predeceased by his wife, Gertrude. He leaves to mourn 2 brothers, Maurice in Ontario and Ronald in White Rock and several nieces and nephews. Cremation is taking place and his ashes will be sent to Ontario for burial beside his wife. A graveside service will be held at that time.
WW.1.13.4 Ronald Morley Weekes
1923-2010
Doreen McCormack 1925-
m. 1949
  WEEKES, Ronald Morley 1923 - 2010 As he was in life, peaceful and gentle, Ronald passed away December 27th in Peace Arch Hospital. ... He was born in Middlesex County, Ontario and was predeceased by siblings Morris, Arthur and Marjorie. A proud Mason and Shriner, he was Potentate of Mocha Temple, London, Ontario in 1983. He will be sadly missed and never forgotten. Those wishing to make a donation to the Parkinson's' Society would be gratefully received. There will be no service as requested.
WW.2 John Weekes (about 1831—)      
WW.3 Nancy Weekes (about 1833—)      
WW.4 Charles Weekes (about 1835—)      
WW.5 Rachel Weekes (about 1836—)      
WW.6 Dorcas Weekes (about 1838—)      
WW.7 Charlotte Weekes (about 1840—)      
WW.8 Mary Weekes (about 1841—)      
WW.9 George Weekes
(15 October 1843—13 July 1905)
     
WW.10 Thomas Weekes
(about 1845—)
     
         
  Miriam Page Weekes
1853-1939
Richard Mill Piper
1848-1926
m. Jan 14, 1880, Middlesex, ON
Scottsville Cemetery, London ON  
  Thomas Weekes
-1881
Mary T.
-1906
Scottsville Cemetery, London ON  
  William Weekes
-1889
  Scottsville Cemetery, London ON son of Thomas and Mary, ae 27 yrs
  George E. Weekes
1874-1957
  Scottsville Cemetery, London ON  
  Patience E. Weekes
-1935
  Scottsville Cemetery, London ON  
  Mary Elizabeth Weekes
1860-1946
John B. King
1861-1947
Scottsville Cemetery, London ON  
         
GMPW George M.P. Weekes Elizabeth Ross    
GMPW.1 George Leonard (Len) Ross Weekes
1912-2004
  Woodland Cemetery, London WEEKES, George Leonard Ross "Len"
It is with great sadness, we are announcing the peaceful passing of Len (George Leonard Ross) WEEKES, at home, surrounded by his loving family, on Sunday January 25th, in Richmond Hill, at the age of 91. Len was born (1912) in London, Ontario; son of the late George M.P. WEEKES and the late Elizabeth (ROSS) WEEKES. Beloved husband of the late Shirley (LAWRANCE) WEEKES (2003). ... Len was well known in the music circle of his native London and in Ottawa; having been the orchestra leader at the former Canadian Grill of the Chateau Laurier for a number of years. When Len retired from his Federal Government job, he kept on playing his music by forming a small group of his own; playing at formal functions and benefits in Ottawa, and on most weekends at the Kiwanis Alex Dayton Senior Centre in Ottawa, until returning home to his beloved London where he soon got reacquainted with the local music world. Many fellow musicians in the London area will remember him fondly and will miss his companionship. Len was also known to volunteer his time at various hospitals, notably, starting on the first official day of retirement, at The Ottawa Civic Hospital and upon his return to London at University Hospital to name a few. ...

 


The Isaac, Samuel and Townsend Weeks Families of Prince Edward County

Isaac and Eleanor came to Prince Edward County from Dutchess County, NY, United States.

From: Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte, Including Genealogies of Old Families and Biographical Sketches of Representative Citizens, page 872. See Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte

THE WEEKS FAMILIES.

The Weeks brothers, pioneers of their respective families in Prince Edward County, were of Dutch ancestry, and, like the majority of those who made up the large migration from Dutchess County, N.Y., into Prince Edward County, were directly connected with the events of the Revolution.

Isaac Weeks was a farmer, and on coming to Prince Edward County secured the identical farm now owned and occupied by Albert McDonald, lot 7, Stinson Block, and comprising one hundred acres.

The Pioneer is said to have been a man of large physical build, and, like many of the settlers, especially the Dutchmen among them, of immense strength. He was also a man noted among his fellows for physical and moral courage. It was consequently a matter of regret, as only such men experience in such circumstances, that in 1812, owing to a serious illness (a thing not uncommon among the first pioneers), it was impossible for him to take any part in the war. While present at a "bee," held to assist one of his neighbors, he met with the accident which seriously impaired all his powers for the rest of his days. He was bearing down on a lever which was being used to loosen frozen soil, when the lever slipped, allowing him to fall backwards. His head came in contact with a stone with such force as to produce concussion of the brain and injured his spine so as to produce considerable paralysis. He was never able to work again, nor could he ever after even walk without some form of support. Still he lived on until he was seventy-seven years of age. He died on his own farm and lies buried there, by the side of his wife, nee Nellie Mastin, who died in 1864. Headstones raised to both are to be seen in the old Weeks Cemetery. The Pioneer's youngest son, John, in the days of his father's infirmity, had resting places made where the invalid could stop as he walked with the support of his canes to the pond which lay at the back of the farm.

Two brothers accompanied Isaac from Dutchess County, to wit, Samuel and Townsend. Townsend married, but did not live long; however, he left one son, Rensselaer, to his brother Samuel's care, the boy being only two years old. The widow soon after returned to her people in Dutchess County. Samuel Weeks married Catherine Wynn and settled in Hillier. He had one son, Solomon, who married Susan Young and settled in Ameliasburgh, and three daughters, one of whom, Nancy M., married Dr. Derringer and settled in Hillier. This pioneer, a United Empire Loyalist, like his brother Isaac, secured land on the shore of Weller's Bay, known at that time as The Point, and which afterwards was called Stinson's Block, where he worked in conjunction with his brother, Isaac. He also engaged in the calling of a clergyman. Mrs. William Robison, of Consecon, is a granddaughter of the Pioneer, Samuel Weeks, and has charge of the mails. James C. Weeks, a grandson of the Pioneer, cultivates a farm adjacent to Consecon. The descendants of the two pioneers, Isaac and Samuel, are very numerous in the district of Hillier. Samuel died in 1833, in his fifty-ninth year, and his wife, nee Catherine Wynn, in 1870, in the seventy-sixth year of her age.

SAMUEL WEEKS.

The Children And Grandchildren:

I. Margaret Weeks, m. Hiram Darling; set. Percy. Issue: (1) Solomon, (2) John, (3) Emmeline, and (4) Lucretia.

II. Solomon Weeks, m. Susan Young; set. Ameliasburgh. Issue: (1) Solomon, (2) Sarah C., (3) Samuel, (4) Freeman, (5) Randall, (6) Margaret, (7) Thomas G., (8) Amy, (9) James C., (10) Fenwick, (11) Alvaretta, and (12) Sandy.

III. Nancy M. Weeks, m. Dr. Berringer; set. Hillier. Issue: (1) Angeline, (2) Mary, (3) Albert, and (4) Wesley.

IV. Elizabeth Weeks, m. Ezra Stephens; set. Trenton. Issue: (1) Smith, (2) Caroline, (3) Nellie, (4) Clark, (5) Margaret E., and (6) Thealby.

The Grandchildren And Issue:
See I. The Margaret Weeks Branch:

(1) Solomon Darling, m. Agnes Cooper; set. Percy.

(2) John Darling, m. Catharine Cooper; set. Percy.

(3) Emmeline Darling, m. Peter Speers; set. Percy.

(4) Lucretia Darling, m. Peter Barrager; set. Manitoba.

See II. The Solomon Weeks Branch:

(1) Solomon Weeks, m. Minnie McGrath; set. Ameliasburgh.

(2) Sarah C. Weeks, m. Stephen Nethery; set. Victoria, B.C.

(3) Samuel Weeks, m. Fannie Reynolds; set. Michigan.

(4) Freeman Weeks, m. Mary E. Mastin; set. Ameliasburgh.

(5) Randall Weeks, unm.; set. Red Bluff, California.

(6) Margaret Weeks, m. William Walt; set. Ameliasburgh.

(7) Thomas G. Weeks, m. and set. Port Hope.

(8) Amy Weeks, m. Sidney Henessey; set. Ameliasburgh.

(9) James C. Weeks, m. Jennie Weeks; set. Hillier.

(10) Fenwick Weeks, d. unm., aged 22 years.

(11) Alvaretta Weeks, m. George W. Locie; set. Idaho. Issue: (a) Hazel, and (&) Lulu.

(12) Sandy Weeks, m. Emma Knox; set. New York. Issue: (a) a dau.

See III. The Nancy M. Weeks Branch:

(1) Angeline Berringer, m. George Miller; set. Hastings County.

(2) Mary Berringer, m. William A. Robison; set. Consecon.

(3) Albert Berringer, m. Corinthia Palmer; set. finally Michigan.

(4) Wesley Berringer, m. Annie Brooks; set. Uxbridge.

See IV. The Elizabeth Weeks Branch:

(1) Smith Stevens, m. Christie Munro, and another. set. Toronto. Issue: by 1st, (a) Ida H., m. Arthur Dickie; set. Nova Scotia; (6) Louise, m. William Weils; set. Lambton County. (Issue: Gertrude); (c) Edward E. N., m. Kate Mynott; set. Detroit. (Issue: Maud, Sidney, and Grace) ; and by 2nd, (d) Harold L. Stevens, m. May Agnew; set. Toronto.(Issue: Harold Jr.); (e) Ezra, d y.; (f) Carrie M., unm. ; (g) Frank Stevens, m. Mildred M. Howell; set. Toronto, no issue (h) Margaret B., (i) George T., (j) Lenora C., (k) Ethel M., (1) R. Noble, (m) Russell J., and (n) F. William.

(2) Caroline Stevens, m. Stephen Burgess; set. Nova Scotia. Issue: (a) Elizabeth, m. Dr. Henry M. Jacques; set. Nova Scotia. (Issue: Eileen) ; (b) Frederick, (c) Minnie E., d. y., (d) Arthur S., (e) Frank W., d. y., and (f) Harry C.

(3) Nellie Stevens, m. 1st, Moses Hineman, and 2nd, John Burgess; set. Colborne. Issue: by 1st, (a) Carrie L., m. William K. Baker; set. London, England. (Issue: Ruth, Charles, Eleanora, Paul, Norman J., Allen, and Gulilma M.); (b) Howard, unm.; (c) Effie, d. y.; (d) Gordon, m. and set. Philadelphia, and two others, d. y.

(4) Clark Stevens, m. and set. Toronto. Issue: (a) Elizabeth, m. Alfred D. Ells; set. Nova Scotia. (Issue: Glen, Eleanor, d. y., Floyd and Lome E.) ; (b) Noble, m. Miss Dixon; set. Detroit. (Issue: Jessie and Harry D.) ; (c) Ezra, d. unm.; (d) Eva, (e) Edward, (f) Robert, and (g) Celia.

(5) Margaret E. Stevens, m. Robert Noble; set. Toronto. Issue: (a) Henry C., d. y.

(6) Thealby Stevens, m. George A. White; set. Trenton. Issue: (a) Harry S. H., d. y.; (b) Douglas, m. Harriet Masters; set. Toronto. No issue; and (c) Glenn, unm.

 

Here is the list of that family that we know of:

Key Name Spouse Cemetery Notes
SW.-11 NN Weeks      
SW.-10 Sir Richard Wykes
b. between 1406 and 1466, Honeychurch, Devonshire, Northwyke, England
Christian Weekes  

Father of Richard Weekes, of Honychurch; Simon Weeks and Robert Weeks. Rector of Lydford & Sampford Courtenay.

See http://www.wykes.org/wykefami.pdf for much more detail.

SW.-9 Richard Weeks
b. circa 1470 (30) Birthplace: Honeychurch, Devon, England
d. 1500 in Bideford, Devon, UK
Elizabeth Weekes   Father of Richard Weekes and Simon Weekes. Brother of Simon Weeks and Robert Weeks
SW.-8 Simon Weeks
b. between 1475 and 1513, Devonshire, England
NN Haywood   Father of Henry Weekes and William Weekes. Brother of Richard Weekes.
SW.-7 William Weeks
b. 1539, Devonshire, England, United Kingdom
d. 1600, United Kingdom
Anne or Jane Dowrish; Joan Carey and Arminell Yeo   Father of Ann Weekes; Simon Weekes; John Weekes; William Weekes; Izott Weekes; Arminella Weekes; Matilda Weekes and Joseph Weekes, Sr. Brother of Henry Weekes.
SW.-6 Simon Weeks
b. c.1552, Honeychurch, Devonshire, England
d. 1626, Devon, England
Mary Weeks   Son of William Weekes and Arminell Yeo Husband of Mary Weekes Father of Francis Weekes; Mary Weekes; Arminella Weekes; Katherine Weekes; George Weekes; Dudley Weekes; Granville Weekes; Thomas Wickes; Francis Weekes; Bridget Weekes; John Weekes; Simon Weekes and Arabella Weekes. Brother of Ann Weekes; John Weekes; William Weekes; Izott Weekes; Arminella Weekes; Matilda Weekes and Joseph Weekes, Sr.
SW.-5 Francis Weeks
b. 1590, Broadword, Devonshire, ENGLAND
d. March 28, 1637 in Devon, England
Wilmot Coffin   Father of Mary Weekes; Francis Weekes of Oyster Bay; Simon Weekes; John Weekes; Richard Weekes; William Weekes; Ferdinand Weekes and Thoman Weeks. Brother of Mary Weekes; Arminella Weekes; Katherine Weekes; George Weekes; Dudley Weekes; Granville Weekes; Thomas Wickes; Francis Weekes; Bridget Weekes; John Weekes; Simon Weekes and Arabella Weekes
SW.-4 Francis Weeks
b. c.1618, Broadworth, Devon, England
d. June 22, 1689 in Oyster Bay, Nassau County (Long Island), New York
Mary Elizabeth Prescott and Elizabeth Weekes   Father of Elizabeth Weekes; Ann Carpenter; Samuel Weekes; John Weekes; Capt. Joseph Weekes; Thomas Weekes; James Jacobus Weekes; Daniel Weekes and Elizabeth Simpkins. Brother of Mary Weekes; Simon Weekes; John Weekes; Richard Weekes; William Weekes; Ferdinand Weekes and Thoman Weeks
SW.-3 Daniel Weeks
b. c.1655, Hempstead, Long Island
Mary Weekes   Father of Abraham Weekes; Solomon Weekes; Thomas Weeks; Rose Merritt and Francis Weekes. Brother of Ann Carpenter; Samuel Weekes; John Weekes; Capt. Joseph Weekes; Thomas Weekes; James Jacobus Weekes and Elizabeth Simpkins. Half brother of Elizabeth Weekes.
SW.-2 Solomon Weeks
b. Jan. 14, 1697, Oyster Bay, Queens County, New York
d. 1756
Nancy Margaret Weekes   Father of Abraham Weeks; Gilbert Weeks and James Weekes. Brother of Abraham Weekes; Thomas Weeks; Rose Merritt and Francis Weekes
SW.-1 Abraham Weeks
b. c.1735, Oyster Bay, Queens County, New York
d. December 13, 1805 in Fishkill, Dutchess County, New York
1. Mary Van Tassel
2. Lamenty Weeks
  Father of Solomon Weeks; Robert Weeks; Sarah Devoe; Reuben Weeks; Anna Alden; James Weekes; Samuel Weekes; and Gilbert Weekes
SW Solomon Weeks
b. 1760, Fishkill, Dutchess County, New York
d. 1830, New York City
Polly Meddler   Half brother of Robert Weeks; Sarah Devoe; Reuben Weeks; Anna Alden; James Weekes; Samuel Weekes and Gilbert Weekes
SW.1 Betsy Elizabeth Weeks William Bullock   See: RootsWeb
SW.2 Isaac Weeks
Feb. 14, 1780, Fishkill NY - 1851
Eleanor "Nellie" Mastin
b. between 1774 and 1778
Weeks Cemetery, Prince Edward County

"Isaac Weeks was a farmer, and on coming to Prince Edward County secured the identical farm now owned and occupied by Albert McDonald, lot 7, Stinson Block, and comprising one hundred acres.
The Pioneer is said to have been a man of large physical build, and, like many of the settlers, especially the Dutchmen among them, of immense strength. He was also a man noted among his fellows for physical and moral courage. It was consequently a matter of regret, as only such men experience in such circumstances, that in 1812, owing to a serious illness (a thing not uncommon among the first pioneers), it was impossible for him to take any part in the war. While present at a "bee," held to assist one of his neighbors, he met with the accident which seriously impaired all his powers for the rest of his days. He was bearing down on a lever which was being used to loosen frozen soil, when the lever slipped, allowing him to fall backwards. His head came in contact with a stone with such force as to produce concussion of the brain and injured his spine so as to produce considerable paralysis. He was never able to work again, nor could he ever after even walk without some form of support. Still he lived on until he was seventy-seven years of age. He died on his own farm and lies buried there, by the side of his wife, nee Nellie Mastin, who died in 1864. Headstones raised to both are to be seen in the old Weeks Cemetery. The Pioneer's youngest son, John, in the days of his father's infirmity, had resting places made where the invalid could stop as he walked with the support of his canes to the pond which lay at the back of the farm. "

SW.2.1 Elizabeth Weeks Joseph Ruttan    
SW.2.2 Stephen Weeks
1801-1893

Mary Brooks
1812-

Salley Clark
1829-1905

Consecon Cemetery, Prince Edward County

Married Mary Brooks - 10 children. Married 2nd Sarah "Salley" Clarke - 10 more children.

1901 Census

SW.2.2.1 Allen Weeks
1830 - 1883
Priscilla Cater Cudlipp
1838 - 1927
Locie Cemetery, Prince Edward County  
SW.2.2.1.1 Emma Loretta Weeks
1863 - 1928
Alexander Bettes Loomis
Oct 1861 - 20 Apr 1911
McPhail's Cemetery, Brighton Twp., Northumberland Co. 010308-89 Alexander B. LOOMIS, 27, Brighton Tp., same, Farmer, d/o Chester & Nancy LOOMIS married Emma Loretta WEEKS, 27, Warkworth, Hiller Tp., d/o Allen & Priscilla WEEKS. Wtn: Heber? (Herbert?) WEEKS of Consecon and Anna THORN of Warkworth on August 21, 1889 at Hillier Tp.
SW.2.2.1.1.1 Homer Allan Loomis
1890-1967
  McPhail's Cemetery, Brighton Twp., Northumberland Co.  
SW.2.2.1.1.2 Laura Mabel Loomis
1893 - 1983
Francis Cox Sager Mount Hope Cemetery, Brighton, Northumberland Co. #016023: Groom: Francis Cox Sager; Age: 28; Res. & Born: Brighton Twp.; Status: bachelor; Occ.: farmer; Rel.: Meth.; Parents: George Wesley Sager & Rhoda Bedal; Bride: Laura Mabel Loomis; Age: 23; Res. & Born: Brighton Twp.; Status: spinster; Rel.: Meth.; Parents: Alex. E. Loomis & Emma Weeks; Expected Res.: Brighton Twp.; Wit.: Ralph Locklin & Anna May Peister, Brighton Twp.; Date: Sep 6 1916; Place: Codrington; Performed by: Rev. Robert Stocker, Hilton; Sworn: Trenton, Sep 1 1916
SW.2.2.1.1.3 Ruth Loomis
1995-1974
Burton Louis Fitchett
m. 1915
Stones Cemetery, Percy Twp., Northumberland Co., Ontario  
SW.2.2.1.1.3.1 Bernice Fitchett Huycke Warkworth and St Jerome's Cemetery, Trent Hills ON  
SW.2.2.1.1.3.2 Harold Fitchett      
SW.2.2.1.1.3.3 John Eber Fitchett
1924-2009
  Castleton Cemetery Fitchett, John Eber at the Northumberland Hills Hospital, Cobourg, on Tuesday, July 14th, 2009, in his 85th year. John Fitchett of Castleton, son of the late Burton Louis Fitchett and the late Ruth (Loomis). ...
SW.2.2.1.1.4 Mary Edna Loomis
1899-1987
Stewart Godfrey Sharpe Salem Cemetery, Cramahe Twp., Salem, Northumberland Co. #017036: Groom: Stewart Godfrey Sharpe; Age: 23; Res.: Brighton Twp.; Born: Cramahe Twp.; Status: bachelor; Occ.: farmer; Rel.: Bapt.; Parents: Walter Manley Sharpe, b. Dartford? & Annie May Sweetman; Bride: Edna Loomis; Age: 22; Res. & Born: Brighton Twp.; Rel.: Meth.; Parents: Alex b. Loomis, b. Brighton Twp. & Emma Loretta Weeks; Wit.: Jessie Clarke, Codrington & A. R. McConnell, Brighton; Date: Nov 30 1921; Place: Codrington; Performed by: Rev. Ernest Butcher, Brighton, Baptist; Sworn: Brighton, Nov 28 1921
SW.2.2.1.1.5 Ray Llewellyn Loomis
1901-1983
  McPhail's Cemetery, Brighton Twp., Northumberland Co. 26 August 1983; Trenton Memorial Hospital, Trenton, Hastings Co., Ontario;
Ray L. Loomis, RR 2, Codrington, died suddenly, Friday August 26, 1983 at Trenton Memorial Hospital at the age of 81. He was born in Brighton Township, the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Alex Loomis. He was the brother of Mrs. Stewart (Edna) Sharpe, of Campbellford, and is predeceased by Allen; Laura Sager; and Ruth Fitchett. Mr. Loomis was a farmer by trade. ... Interment .. McPhail's Cemetery, Codrington. Pallbearers were Raymond Kemp, Henry Kemp, Wilfert Wright, Frank Moran, Fred Hennessey and Harold Reddom. (Trentonian, Sept. 7, 1983)
SW.2.2.1.2 Eber N. Weeks
1864-1930
Isabella Matilda Jones
1 Jun 1876 - 14 Aug 1930
Hillier Cemetery. (Plot 180A, R8S13)

Thursday, December 9th, 1918 (Picton Gazette)
Consecon
An old and highly respected resident of Consecon and vicinity passed to her long rest on Wednesday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Eber Weeks; namely, Mrs. Robert S. Jones. The funeral service was held at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. E. Weeks, on Saturday, Rev. J. A. Poston, rector of Ameliasburg, officiating. Mrs. Jones was an ardent member of the Church of England. The Rev. W. Grant Jones, B.A., L.S.T., rector of Newington, is one of her sons. The other son, Mr. Leslie Jones, lives on the homestead near Hillier. Mrs. Hilton Clapp, Wellington and Mrs. E. Weeks, Consecon, are her daughters. Though a great sufferer for years, she bore it patiently and the sympathy of the community is extended to the family and friends. (Plot 164, R7S13)

Wednesday, August 20th, 1930 (Picton Gazette)
Obituary Mrs. Eber Weeks
Very sudden and unexpected was the death on Thursday last of Mrs. Eber Weeks, Consecon. She had been enjoying good health and passed away as a result of an obstruction in the throat. A gloom was cast over the community when the sad news was learned. Mrs. Weeks was a highly esteemed resident and a great worker in the interests of the church and community. She was an active member of the Women’s Institute and other societies. Mrs. Weeks was born in Consecon, a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Jones and spent all her life in the county. She leaves her husband, one daughter Mary Weeks, a sister, Mrs. Hilton Clapp of Stoughton, Saskatchewan and two brothers, Rev. Canon W. Jones and Leslie Jones on the farm. The funeral service was held Monday, many sympathizing friends gathering to pay their last respects. Lovely flowers bore silent testimony to the esteem in which the deceased was held. (Plot 180B, R8S13)

Wednesday, October 1st, 1930 (Picton Gazette) Eber Weeks The death occurred at Consecon on Friday, after a lengthy illness, of Eber Weeks, a life long resident of that place. Mr. Weeks was born on the farm on which he died. It was only a few weeks ago that Mrs. Weeks passed suddenly away. They leave one daughter, Mary at home. His two sisters predeceased him. The funeral service at his late residence on Sunday afternoon was largely attended. Internment was made in Hillier Cemetery. (Plot 180A, R8S13)

Saturday, October 4th, 1930 (Picton Gazette) Consecon Road Several from the road attended the funeral of the late Eber Weeks on Sunday and Miss Bernice Weeks on Monday. Friends from the road extend their deepest sympathy to the sorrowing relatives of both Mr. Weeks and Miss Weeks. (Plot 180A, R8S13)

1911 Census

SW.2.2.1.2.1 Mary Weeks      
SW.2.2.1.3 Mary Eliza Weeks
1867 - 1892
Cowan Locie Cemetery, Prince Edward County  
SW.2.2.2 Morris G. Weeks
1835 - 1910
Clara Harriet Morris
1841-
Carrying Place Cemetery, Murray Tp., Northumberland County Morris and Clarry Weeks with Bently, Ross, Mandy and Allen - 1901 Census
SW.2.2.2.1 Eleanor "Ella" Louisa Melissa Weeks
1865 - 1928
1. William Alexander
c.1866-
2. John H.P. Ley
c.1861-
   

 

 

SW.2.2.2.1.1 William George Alexander
1888 - 1949
Norma Bland Thompson Christ Church Cemetery, Hillier

#017745-09 William George ALEXANDER, 19, farmer, of Hillier Twp., s/o William ALEXANDER, farmer & Ellen WEEKS, married Norma Bland-- THOMPSON, 21, farmer's daughter, of Hillier Twp, d/o Walter THOMPSON, farmer & Laura SMITH, witn: Bentley WEEKS & Annie THOMPSON, both of Hillier, 17 Feb. 1909 at Hillier Twp.,

Friday, January 7th, 1949 (Picton Gazette)
Obituary George W. Alexander
The funeral of George W. Alexander, who died on December 21st at his home in Hillier, was conducted on December 23rd in Christ Church, Hillier, by Rev. C. P. Heaven. Internment was in Christ Church Cemetery, pall bearers being: Hugh Weir, Norman and Sherman Foster, Harold Adams, Lewis McFaul and Fred Way. The profusion of lovely floral tributes included those from Pleasant Bay residents and Hillier Township Councillors and officials. There was an exceptionally large attendance of relatives and friends as a mark of the high esteem in which he was held. Mr. Alexander for many years successfully managed the large stock and grain farm of the late McGregor Young. During the last few years he was also a valued foreman of the Hillier Road system. He was mail courier for Hillier Route No. 2 for 18 years and had the best wishes of all the box holders on his route. He served as a trustee of Hillier School. Blessed by a large family, the home was the scene of many happy get-togethers. Born in Hillier, all his life was spent in the township. He was born June 1st, 1888, a son of William Alexander and his wife Ella Weeks. Survivors are his wife, formerly Norma B. Thompson; nine daughters and three sons: Mrs. John Badgely, Hillier; Mrs. Herman Weese, Mrs. Andrew Haight, Mrs. Clifford Munroe, Consecon; Mrs. Milton Caster and Mrs. George Brown, Toronto; Mrs. Hazen Gould, Trenton; Miss Lorena and Georgetta at home; Wallace at home; Donald, Consecon and Gordon at home. (Plot 445, R18S20)

SW.2.2.2.2 Bentley Weeks
1 Sep 1870 -
  Carrying Place Cemetery  
SW.2.2.2.3 Mary Emma Weeks
1871-1949
James Edward Mastin
1865 -
Carrying Place Cemetery 10450-93 - James MASTIN, 26, farmer, Ameliasburgh, Hillier, s/o Amos J. & Catherine MASTIN, married Mary WEEKS, 21, Consecon, same, d/o Morris & Harriet WEEKS, witn: George NICKLE, Murray & Norma BULL, Bloomfield, 14 Sept 1892, Murray P.O.,
SW.2.2.2.4 Alexander Weeks
c.1873 -
Jennie Baird
c.1881-
   
SW.2.2.2.4.1 Dana A. Weeks
1907, Rochester NY -
     
SW.2.2.2.5 Leleth Weeks
c.1877 -
  Carrying Place Cemetery  
SW.2.2.2.6 Ross Weeks
28 Dec 1878 -
     
SW.2.2.2.7 Amanda Lettia Weeks
Apr 1881 -
William John Weir
1878-
   
SW.2.2.2.8 Allen Weeks
5 Mar 1884 - 1943
Beatrice Elizabeth Weir
1883-1940
Carrying Place Cemetery  
SW.2.2.2.8.1 James Morris Weeks
1918-
     
SW.2.2.3 Mahala Weeks Chase
1843 - 1919
John Dafoe Chase
1876-1950
Consecon Cemetery, Prince Edward County  
SW.2.2.3.1 John Frederick Chase
1876-1950
Mary Lottie Alyea
1881 - 1958
Albury Church Cemetery, Prince Edward County  
SW.2.2.3.2 Maitland Chase
c.1879-
Nellie May Elmy
c.1881-
  #014702-01, (Prince Edward), Maitland CHASE, 22, Farmer, Ameliasburgh, same, s/o John CHASE & Mahala WEEKS, married Nellie May ELMY, 20, Tyendinaga, Ameliasburgh, d/o John ELMY & Lucy CARTER, witn: George ELMY & Ida HUMPHREY, both of Ameliasburgh October 2, 1901, Ameliasburgh
SW.2.2.4 Stephen J Weeks (1845 - 1916) Samantha Corintha A Parliament
(1848 - 1944)
Pakowki Cemetery, Orion, Alberta  
SW.2.2.5 John A. Weeks
c. 1850-
Mary A. Murphy   009293-77 John A. WEEKS, 27, Canada, Hillier, Farmer, s/o Stephen WEEKS & Sarah CLARK married Mary A. MURPHY, 23, Canada, Ameliasburg, d/o John G. MURPHY & Susannah CLARK. Wtn: Gilbert A. MURPHY and Susannah MURPHY of Ameliasburg on October 10, 1877 at Ameliasburg
SW.2.2.6 Agnes E. Weeks
Mar 18 1853 - 1940
    1901 Census
SW.2.2.7 Ada M Weekes
Mar 10 1863-
    1901 Census
SW.2.2.8 Burton Weeks
May 9 1873 - 1935
Rosy  

1901 Census

1911 Census

SW.2.3 Minard F. Weeks Charlotte Alridge    
SW.2.3.1 Samuel James Weeks
May 25 1848-
Harriet Sophrona Wright
Jul 10 1848-
 

010435-90 Samuel Jas. WEEKS, 42, Yeoman, Hillier, same, s/o Minard F. & Charlotte WEEKS, married Harriet Sophrona WRIGHT, 42, Hallowell, Hillier, d/o James D. & Asenath M. WEEKS (sic). Witn: Mr. & Mrs. G. REDNER, both of Ameliasburgh. May 7, 1890, Rednerville,

1901 Census

SW.2.3.2 Lydia A. Weeks
c. 1851-
Francis A. Tooke
c. 1848 -
m. 1878
  9471-78 Francis A. TOOKE, 30, widower, builder, Brighton, Picton, s/o Rev. John TOOKE & Nancy DAVIDSON, married Lydia A. WEEKS, 27, Hillier, same, d/o Minard WEEKS & Charlotte ALDRIDGE, witn: E. H. & Maggie ROBISON of Ameliasburgh, 30 June 1878 at Ameliasburgh
SW.2.4 Rebecca Weeks
1812-
Daniel Young
25 October 1807, Hallowell Twp., Prince Edward Co. -
m. 1830
   
SW.2.4.1 Nelson Gilbert Young
c.1837-
Martha Ann Nix   19013-10 Nelson Gilbert YOUNG, 77, farmer, widower, of Ameliasburg, s/o Daniel YOUNG, farmer & Rebecca WEEKS, married Martha Ann NIX, 48, of Ameliasburg, d/o James H. NIX, farmer & Hannah BLAKELY, witn: M. F. NICKLE & M.E. HERRINGTON both of Consecon on July 27, 1910 at Ameliasburg
SW.2.4.2 Franklin Young
1842-1913
Victoria Adelaide Garbutt
8 Dec 1845, d. 8 Apr 1933
   
SW.2.5 Hannah Weeks     19043-10 James Allen LEAVITT, 28, mechanic, of Picton, s/o Dewitt Allan LEAVITT, farmer, & Hannah WEEKS, married Lillian CLARKE, 32, of Waupoos, d/o Ezekiel CLARKE, farmer & Josephine BANFORD, witn: Harry CLARKE & Mabel HARRISON both of Waupoos on Dec. 14, 1910 at Waupoos.
SW.3 Mary Weeks
c.1784-
    See: RootsWeb
SW.4 Townsend Weeks
c.1785-
    "Townsend married, but did not live long; however, he left one son, Rensselaer, to his brother Samuel's care, the boy being only two years old. The widow soon after returned to her people in Dutchess County."
SW.4.1 Rensselaer Weeks      
SW.5 Rev. Samuel Weeks
14 Nov 1792 Dutchess County, NY - 26 Apr 1852 (aged 59)
Catherine Wynn
1794–1870
Locie Cemetery Prince Edward County, ON

"Samuel Weeks married Catherine Wynn and settled in Hillier. He had one son, Solomon, who married Susan Young and settled in Ameliasburgh, and three daughters, one of whom, Nancy M., married Dr. Derringer and settled in Hillier. This pioneer, a United Empire Loyalist, like his brother Isaac, secured land on the shore of Weller's Bay, known at that time as The Point, and which afterwards was called Stinson's Block, where he worked in conjunction with his brother, Isaac. He also engaged in the calling of a clergyman. Mrs. William Robison, of Consecon, is a granddaughter of the Pioneer, Samuel Weeks, and has charge of the mails. James C. Weeks, a grandson of the Pioneer, cultivates a farm adjacent to Consecon. The descendants of the two pioneers, Isaac and Samuel, are very numerous in the district of Hillier. Samuel died in 1833, in his fifty-ninth year, and his wife, nee Catherine Wynn, in 1870, in the seventy-sixth year of her age."

See: Find A Grave

SW.5.1 Margaret Weeks
1814–Sept. 27 1851
Hyram Darling
1814 - 18 Aug 1880
Warkworth Cemetery, Northumberland County, ON See: Find A Grave
SW.5.1.1 Solomon Darling
1838 - 1908
Agnes F. Cooper
1847 - 4 Nov 1931
Warkworth Cemetery, Northumberland County, ON  
SW.5.1.2 John Darling
1841 - c. 1915
1. Catherine Elizabeth Cooper
5 Jul 1845 - 8 Jul 1880
2. Abigail Losie
2 May 1836 - 20 Aug 1890
3. C. Emily Frenier
1871 -
   
SW.5.1.3 Emmeline Darling
1844-
Peter Speers    
SW.5.1.4 Lucretia Darling
1848-
Peter Denmore Barrager
1848-
   
SW.5.2

Solomon S. Weeks
August 19, 1816, NY, USA - January 5, 1873

Sarah (Susan) A Young
b. c.1818 Ameliasburgh, Prince Edward Co, Ontario
Daughter of Jacob YOUNG
m. c.1833
Died c.1896 in Ameliasburg
Consecon, Prince Edward County ON

Information on Solomon and Sarah is from their ggggranddaughter. 
Also: https://www.geni.com/people/Solomon-Weeks/6000000018273667127
http://holley.whiskeybay.net/report/fam836.html
He married Sarah A. YOUNG 1833. He died abt. 1885 in Prince Edward Co, Ontario, Canada. Sarah A. YOUNG,

See: Find A Grave

"1852 Census: Ameliasburg, Prince Edward, Canada West; 41 Weeks, Solomon S Farmer United States Wesleyan Methodist 37 M; 42 Weeks, Susan Spinster Canada Wesleyan Methodist 31 F; 43 Weeks, Solomon Junr Canada Wesleyan Methodist 12 M; 44 Weeks, Sarah C. Canada Wesleyan Methodist 8 F; 45 Weeks, Freeman Canada Wesleyan Methodist 6 M 501; 46 Weeks, Saml Canada Wesleyan Methodist 5 M 50; 47 Weeks, Randall Canada Wesleyan Methodist 2 M"

SW.5.2.1 Solomon Weeks Minnie McGrath    
SW.5.2.2 Sarah C. Weeks Stephen Nethery    
SW.5.2.3 Samuel Weeks
1847–1910
Fannie Reynolds Ridgeway, Lenawee County, Michigan, USA See: Find A Grave
SW.5.2.4 Freeman Weeks
Sept 8 1848–1917
Mary E. Mastin Consecon, Prince Edward County ON

See: Find A Grave

1901 census

SW.5.2.4.1 Hiram Weekes
1876-1896
  Consecon, Prince Edward County ON See: Find A Grave
SW.5.2.4.2 Ethel Gertrude Weeks
Jul 7 1879-
Francis Joseph Palmer   015006-02 Francis Joseph PALMER, 32, saddler , Brighton, same, s/o Joseph PALMER & Mary Ann HARPER, married Ethel Gertrude WEEKS, 24, Ameliasburgh, same, d/o Freeman WEEKS & Mary E?? MASTIN?, witn Leonard WEEKS & Ethel ALYEA, both of Ameliasburgh, April 22 1902, Ameliasburgh.
SW.5.2.4.3 Amos Weeks
Feb 25 1880-
     
SW.5.2.4.4 Leonard Weeks
Dec 18 1882-
     
SW.5.2.5 Randall Weeks      
SW.5.2.6 Margaret Weeks William Walt    
SW.5.2.7 Thomas G. Weeks      
SW.5.2.8 Amy Weeks Sidney Henessey    
SW.5.2.9 James C. Weeks
May 8 1858-
Jennie Weeks
Sep 13 1861-
 

010012-85 James C. WEEKS, 26, Ameliasburgh, Consecon, Butcher, s/o Solomon S. & Susan WEEKS married Jennie WEEKS, 24, Hillier, Consecon, d/o Stephen & Sarah WEEKS. Wtn: George LOCIE of Consecon and Ella WEEKS of Consecon on February 18, 1885 at Consecon

1901 Census

SW.5.2.9.1 Burgess Weeks
Oct 16 1886-
     
SW.5.2.10 Fenwick Weeks
1861–1885
  Consecon, Prince Edward County ON See: Find A Grave
SW.5.2.11 Alvaretta Weeks George W. Locie   010014-85 George W. LOCIE, 22, Hillier, Consecon, Butcher, s/o George & Elizabeth LOCIE married Alfretta WEEKS, 21, Ameliasbugh, Consecon, d/o Solomon & Susan WEEKS. Wtn: James C. WEEKS & Jennie WEEKS of Consecon on May 25, 1885 at Consecon
SW.5.2.11.1 Hazel Locie      
SW.5.2.11.2 Lulu Locie      
SW.5.2.12 Sandy Weeks Emma Knox    
SW.5.3 Nancy M. Weeks Dr. Berringer    
SW.5.3.1 Angeline Berringer George Miller    
SW.5.3.2 Mary Berringer William A. Robison    
SW.5.3.3 Albert Berringer Corinthia Palmer    
SW.5.3.4 Wesley Berringer Annie Brooks    
SW.5.4 Elizabeth Weeks Ezra Stephens    
SW.5.4.1 Smith Stevens Christie Munro    
SW.5.4.2 Caroline Stevens Stephen Burgess    
SW.5.4.3 Nellie Stevens Mosses Hineman,
John Burgess
   
SW.5.4.4 Clark Stevens      
SW.5.4.5 Margaret E. Stevens Robert Noble    
SW.5.4.6 Thealby Stevens George A. White    
SW.6 Joel Weeks     See: RootsWeb
  Various marriages    

009467-79 Harmon W. WEEKS, 21, Hillier, Consecon, Carpenter, s/o John Harmon & Minnie Hunt WEEKS married Almedia YOUNG, 23, Ameliasburg, Consecon, d/o John A. & Susan Nix YOUNG. Wtn: Mrs. A. CUNNINGHAM and Mrs. LUFFMAN of Wellington on January 1, 1879 at Wellington

"WEEKS / Harmon W. Weeks 1857-1921 / His Wife Almeda Young 1855-1944 / Wilfred W. Ward 1882-1946/ His Wife Lola Rae Weeks 1886-1947" - Albury Church Cemetery, PEC

1901 Census

#017744-09 Wilfred William WARD, 26, farmer, of Consecon, s/o Joseph John WARD & Mary J. BURR, married Lola Rae WEEKS, 22, school teacher, of Consecon, d/o Harmon W. WEEKS & Almeda YOUNG, witn: Rosy H. WARD, 312 East St., Kingston & Nellie T. WEEKS, Consecon, 26 Dec 1908 at Consecon


George R. STONEBURGH (or Stineburgh?), 22, Canada, Ameliasburgh, s/o Jacob & Catherine, married Fanny C. WEEKS, 1-, Canada, Ameliasburgh, d/o Morris & Mary J., witn: Morris & Mary J. WEEKS, 11 May 1862


010484-92 David SHANNON, 50, farmer, South Marysburgh, Picton, s/o Neil & Isabella married Emma GOODWIN, 30, Picton, same, d/o John GOODWIN & Sarah WEEKS, witn: David & Ella GOODWIN both of Picton on Jan. 11 1892 at Picton. (RC)

Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte..., page 358

III. John Goodwin, m. Sarah Weeks; set. Athol. Issue: (1) James, (2) Catharine, (3) Phoebe A., (4) Frank, (5) Mary, (6) Martha, (7) George W., (8) Eliza, (9) Robert, (10) Hannah, (11) William H., (12) Annie, (13) Ella, and (14) Emma. ...

See III. The John Goodwin Branch:
(1) James Goodwin, d. unm., aged 46 yrs.
(2) Catharine Goodwin, m. Daniel O'Keefe; set. Belleville.
(3) Pheobe A. Goodwin, m. Allan M. Young; set. Athol. No issue.
(4) Frank Goodwin, unm.; set. Athol.
(5) Mary Goodwin, m. Patrick Bond; set. Athol.
(6) Martha Goodwin, unm.; set. Picton.
(7) George W. Goodwin, m. Bridget Smith; set. Picton. No issue.
(8) Eliza Goodwin, unm.; set. Athol.
(9) Robert G. Goodwin, m. 1st, Margaret Way, and 2nd.Celia McKenna; set. Athol. Issue: by 1st, (a) John,and by 2nd, (b) Llewellyn, (c) William, (d) Kathleen,and (e) Mark.
(10) Hannah Goodwin, m. Lawrence Way; set. Tamworth. Issue: (a) William, (b) George, (c) Allen, (d) Aileen,(e) Margaret, (f) Raymond, (g) Adian, and (h) Helen.
(11) William H. Goodwin, unm.; set. Athol.
(12) Annie Goodwin, m. John Moore; set. Picton. Issue: (a) Edith, and (b) Sarah.
(13) Ella Goodwin, m. Clayton Morrison; set. Alexander, Man.
(14) Emma Goodwin, m. David Shannon; set. Picton. Issue:(a) Genevieve, and (b) David A.

#014160-00 - Talbert C. MORRISON, 30, farm laborer, widower, Prince Edward Co., same, s/o Reuben MORRISON & Mary RICHARDSON, married Ellie GOODWIN, 39, milliner, Prince Edward Co., same, d/o John GOODWIN & Sarah WEEKS, witn: John & Ann MOORE of Picton, 6 Sept 1900 at Picton


012705-97 Albert E. HAY, 25, farmer,, Sophiasburgh, same, s/o Israel T. HAY & Mary A. FOSTER, married Annie Luella MILLS, 21, Demorestville, same, d/o Thomas MILLS & Ella WEEKS, witn: Arnold d. HAY of Sophiasburgh & Aleena MILLS of Chicago Ill. USA., on Sept. 6, 1897 at Demorestville, Sophiasburgh


#010402-88 - Manson GOULD, 34, yeoman, Murray, Percy, s/o George & Sarah, married Phebe WEEKS, 37, widow, Percy, Consecon, d/o Phebe Ann & Robert MAIDENS, witnesses were Charles & Victoria JACKSON of Murray, July 20, 1888 at Ameliasburgh


#009383-79 David E. SPRUNG, 22, yeoman, Ameliasburgh, Hillier, s/o David B. & Lucinda SPRUNG, married Charlotte E. WEEKS, 21, Hillier, Ameliasburgh, d/o Court & Frances E. WEEKS, witn: Samuel J. WEEKS, Hillier & Elizabeth J. WEEKS, Ameliasburgh, 19 Mar 1879 at Ameliasburgh

[Court Weeks, b. circa 1835 Birth*: circa 1835; per marriage reg'n. of son Frederick Stanley Weeks. Marriage*: before 1855; per marriage reg'n. of son Frederick Stanley Weeks.; Principal=Frances E. Carson Family: Frances E. Carson b. c 1835 Charlotte E. Weeks b. 6 Jan 1858 Frederick Stanley Weeks b. 1860 ] See: http://www.treesbydan.com/p2033.htm#i53453

#021192: Groom: Frederick Stanley Weeks; Age: 59; Res. & Born: Hillier Twp.; Status: widower; Occ.: farmer; Rel.: Meth.; Parents: Cort Weeks & Frances Carson; Expected Res.: Consecon; Bride: Mrs. Sophronia Elwilda Goodmurphy; Age: 59; Res. & Born: Ameliasburg; Status: widow; Rel.: Meth.,; Parents: Charles Nix & Charlotte Latour; Wit.: Mrs.'s Mae E. & Nellie Campbell, Consecon; Date: DEc 3 1919; Place: Consecon; Performed by: Geo. D. Campbell, Consecon, Meth.; Sworn: Trenton, Dec 1 1919

Thursday, December 30th, 1909 (Picton Times)
Consecon
Mrs. Court Weeks of Consecon Lake died on Sunday the 26th. The funeral was held on Tuesday afternoon. (Plot 629, R27S3)

Thursday, June 18th, 1914 (Picton Gazette) Deaths
Weeks – At Melville on Sunday, June 14th, Court L. Weeks, aged 80 years. Funeral on Tuesday, June 16th. (No plot or tombstone – husband of Frances Weeks, plot 629, R27S3)

Thursday, June 25th, 1914 (Picton Gazette)
Melville
The funeral service of the late Mr. Court Weeks was held at the home on Tuesday afternoon, June 16th, the pastor Rev. H. White, officiating. The deceased, who was in his 80th year, suffered from a lingering illness, which he bore with exemplary patience and Christian fortitude. His wife predeceased him by several years [Sunday, December 26th, 1909]. ...

1901 census


#009388-78 Peter L. WEEKS, 28, mechanic, Canada, Picton, s/o Gilbert & Meribeth WEEKS, married Eliza Jane HYATT, 17, Canada, Hallowell, d/o James & Isabella HYATT, witn: George HYATT & Connitha WELLBANKS, both of Hallowell, 23 Jan 1878 at Hallowell

SW?.1 Robert "Bob" Harry Weeks
b. 06 December 1836 -
Nancy Ann Henry
1834-
Consecon, Prince Edward County ON

Note: one researcher has Bob’s middle name as "Harry" which is possible, as his youngest son is named "Harry".

 

SW?.1.1 Selim Weeks
6 Apr 1856-
1. Corintha J. Rose
1866-
2. Maggie R. Grant
Dec 25 1855-
  1901 Census
SW?.1.1.1 Anna Maud Weeks
Jan 14 1884-
     
SW?.1.1.2 Hattie A. Weeks
April 21 1892-
     
SW?.1.2-10 11 children in total    

See: RootsWeb

Children: Selim Weeks b: 6 APR 1856 OR 6 APR 1857 in Prince Edward County (PEC), Ontario, Canada; William Wesley Weeks b: MAY 1859 in PEC; Sarah Emma Weeks b: 1862 in PEC; Davis H. Weeks b: JAN 1864 OR JAN 1866 in Ontario, Canada; Robert J. Weeks b: 21 APR 1868 in PEC; Loretta Weeks b: 3 OCT 1870 in Hillier, PEC; Euretta Weeks b: 3 OCT 1870 in Hillier Tp., PEC; Canniff Moore Weeks b: 20 JAN 1875 in Ontario, Canada; Mary Weeks b: 9 OCT 1875 in Hillier Tp., PEC; Effa Maud Weeks b: 26 FEB 1878 in Ameliasburg Tp., PEC; Harry Henry Weeks b: MAR 1881 in Consecon, Hillier Tp., PEC

016845-08 James Frederick BONTER, 21, GTR brakeman, Trenton, Toronto s/o William BONTER & Jane CROUTER married Laura Lucy COWAN, 19, Consecon, Toronto d/o Robert COWAN & Mary WEEKS wtn: Arthur C. BONTER of Toronto & Helen L. FRALICK of Kingston, 24 June 1908 at Picton

SW?.1.11 Harry Henry Weeks
1881-1918
Carrie "Mabel" Roberts (Kent)
1883-1958
Belleville Cemetery, Belleville ON

See: Find A Grave

"Harry was the youngest son of Robert Weeks & Nancy Ann Henry. He married Carrie "Mabel" Roberts & they had 6 children. During the 1918 flu epidemic Harry became sick, developed pneumonia & died. There is no stone but he is buried ... beside Freeman Weeks. There is a hollow in the grass, quite visible in the picture, where his stone would be."

See: RootsWeb

SW?.1.11.1 Donald Daniel Weeks
1906–1984
Edna Elizabeth Henderson
1904–1975
Elmwood Cemetery, Corbyville ON

See: RootsWeb

SW?.1.11.2 Glen Aubrey Weeks
1907–1974
  Elmwood Cemetery, Corbyville ON  
SW?.1.11.3 Vernon Canniff Weeks
1909–1921
  Belleville Cemetery, Belleville ON  
SW?.1.11.4 Thelma Fay Weeks
1913–2001
Robert Granger Marner
1908–1970
Elmwood Cemetery, Corbyville ON  
SW?.1.11.4.1 Robert Frederick Marner
c.1935-2008
  Elmwood Cemetery, Corbyville ON MARNER Suddenly at his home, Main Street, Picton, on Thursday, April 24th, 2008, ROBERT FREDERICK MARNER, formerly of Cressy, at the age of 73. ...
SW?.1.11.5 Violet Irene Weeks
1915–1996
Archie Edgar Foster
1909–1973
Cataraqui Cemetery, Kingston, ON  
SW?.1.11.6 Keith Leonard Weeks
1917–1998
June Inez Richardson
1921–2003
(m. 1942)
Elmwood Cemetery, Corbyville ON  
SW?.2 George Weeks
1836 -
    "George & Robert are in the 1851 census for Hillier with their parents. George is 13 years old which leaves a Birthday of 1839. George is also in the 1861 census for Hillier. Robert’s birth is 1836"

Abraham Weeks and Cinderella Hare, Prince Edward Co.

Key Name Spouse Cemetery Notes
AW Abraham Weeks
c.1797, NY - 1859
Cinderella Hare
c.1802, Athol - 1883
Cherry Valley Cemetery, Athol Tp., PEC Ontario Death Register# 014805- Cinderella Weeks, 81 yrs old
AW.1 Almira Weeks
1823-1839
     
AW.2 Sarah Maria Weeks
1826-1829
     
AW.3 George Henry Washington Weeks
1827-1891

Hanna Lambert

1821-

 

George Henry Washington Weeks, 1827-1891. Hannah born 1821. They had 5 children: Philanda "Linn" Weeks b: 27 FEB 1850 in Cherry Valley, Athol Tp., Prince Edward County (PEC); Benjamin Storie Weeks b: 20 JUL 1852 in Hallowell Tp., PEC; Alonzo Weeks b: 23 SEP 1854 in Athol Tp., PEC; Henry A. Weeks b: 28 APR 1861 in Ontario, Canada; Olive "Arminta" Weeks b: JUN 1863 in Athol Tp., PEC

See: TreesByDan - Father*: Abraham Weeks b. c 1795, Mother*: Cinderella Hare b. c 1800

Ontario Death Register # 014085- George W. Weeks, 63 yrs 9 mos, died in Athol Tp., PE CO., on July 2 1891, born PE Co., son Alonzo Weeks of Cherry Valley was the informant

AW.3.1 Philanda WEEKS
1850-
Rodolphus WERDEN   Vol 10-Pg 59 Rodolphus WERDEN, 23, farmer, Hallowell, same, s/o Robert WERDEN & Wealthy A. DAVIS, married Philanda WEEKS, 19, Athol, Hallowell, d/o George WEEKS & Hannah LAMBERT, witn: A. K. WILLOUGHBY & George WEEKS both of Picton on May 16, 1870 at The Parsonage at Picton
AW.3.2 Benjamin S. WEEKS
1852-
Mary J. VINCENT  

012680-97 Benjamin S. WEEKS, 45, farmer, widower, Prince Edward Co., same, s/o George W. WEEKS & Hannah LAMBERT, married Mary J. VINCENT, 45, widow, Prince Edward Co., Picton, d/o John VINCENT & Sarah BULL, witn: Edgar HOUCK & Ethel VINCENT both of Picton on Aug. 25, 1897 at Picton

1901 Census - Benjamin

AW.3.3 Alonzo Weeks
1854-
Mary E. Saylor
1857-
m. 1880
 

9681-80 Alonzo WEEKS, 26, farmer, Athol, same, s/o George & Hannah, married Mary E. SAYLOR, 24, Hallowell, Bloomfield, d/o Abram & Ruth, witn: Henry & Amanda WEEKS of Athol, 24 Nov 1880 at Bloomfield

1901 Census - Alonzo

AW.3.4 Henry A. Weeks
1861-
     
AW.3.5 Olive "Arminta" Weeks
1863
     
AW.4 Esther Jane Weeks
c.1832-1920
Minard Hicks  

Children: Almira Adeline Hicks b: ABT 1854 in Hallowell Tp., Prince Edward County; Manley Minard Hicks b: 27 NOV 1859 in Hallowell Tp.

Ontario Death Register # 031754- Esther Jane Hicks, 88 yrs old, born 1832 Prince Edward, Widowed, father - Abram Weeks b. US; mother - Cinderella Hare b. Canada; informant was son Manly Hicks of Picton


The Families of George Weekes and Mary Jane Beers, Leeds Co.

We learned of George and Mary from the presence of Mary's gravestone in Brier Hill Cemetery, not far from that of Susan (Eliza) Weekes Lincoln. It is possible that Susan Lincoln was a daughter of Solomon Weeks. This family does not have a connection to the family of Joseph and Jane Weekes, aside from their presence in Leeds Grenville.

Key Name Spouse Cemetery Notes
GWW
George William Weeks
08 March 1840 in Leeds Co. ON - 10 January 1903, Lyndhurst ON
1. Mary Jane Beers
7.24.1834 - 8.5.1887
Brier Hill Cemetery
2. Emma Kelsey
c.1845 -
Brier Hill Cemetery LDS has lots of detail on George et al
Mary Elizabeth BEERS was born 24 July 1834 in Briar Hill, Leeds, Ontario, Canada. She died 05 August 1887 in Lyndhurst, Leeds, Ontario, Canada.
GWW.1 Maybell Mae Weeks
6.21.1863-3.1.1904
John (Jack) Phillips Russell
- 6.12.1945, Clayton NY
  LDS has death as 1.14.1944 (see George Lester)
GWW.1.1 John Manford Russell
1887-1952
     
GWW.1.2 Lester E. Russell
1888-
Frances Mary Cross
1897-1963
m. 1915, Leeds
Olivet Cemetery, Seeley's Bay  
GWW.1.3 Mary Ellen Russell
1895-3.12.1964
     
GWW.1.3.1 Francis Everett Russell      
GWW.1.3.1.1 Rosemary E. Russell Osborn    
GWW.2 George Lester Weeks
9.6.1865-1.14.1944
Elizabeth Bevens c.1869-   006501-1886 (Leeds Co) Lester WEEKS, 22, Farmer, Ontario, Lansdowne, s/o George WEEKS & Mary BEERS, married Elizabeth BEVENS, 22, Ontario, Lansdowne, d/o Ira BEVENS & Lucy TOWSLEY, witn: J. P. LAMB, Selina LAMB, both of Farmersville, 7 Oct 1886 Farmersville

Perth Courier, Jan 19, 1934 - Mr. George Weeks and Mrs. Catherine Weeks (of Westport) attended the funeral of Catherine's sister, Mrs. Felix Bennett
GWW.3 Susan Weeks
b. 5.22.1867
d. 3.9.1933
Amsley Jenkins Tye
1863-1937
m. 2.22.1889, Seeley's Bay, Leeds Co.
Olivet Cemetery, Seeley's Bay

Children of Amsley Jenkins TYE and Susan A WEEKS are:
1. Celia May TYE, b. 02 February 1885;
2. Claud Robert TYE, b. 03 December 1889;
3. Annie Matilda TYE, b. 18 October 1891;
4. Lydia E TYE, b. 22 February 1894;
5. Martha Arune TYE, b. 10 February 1896;
6. Susan Elsie TYE, b. 17 April 1899;
7. Carman Percival TYE, b. 26 March 1901;
8. Clarence Elwood TYE, b. 22 February 1906;
9. Edward Clarence TYE, b. 11 October 1908;
10. Myrtle Ivy TYE, b. 20 November 1910;
11. Clark Allen TYE, b. 12 February 1903, d. 1971; M. Mary E. Weekes, 1904-1988

14437-1914 (Leeds Co) Alexander RUSSELL, 23, Edinburgh, Brockville, s/o Robert RUSSELL & Eliza PRINGLE , married Lydia E. TYE, 20, Lyndhurst, same, d/o Emsley TYE & Susan WEEKS, witn: Mrs. McALPINE, Delta, Wayne CONANT, Lyndhurst. 17 Sept 1914 Delta

014656-1927 (Leeds Co) Clark A. TYE, 24, Farmer, Lyndhurst, Municipality Leeds & Lansdowne Rear, s/o Ansley TYE (b. Lyndhurst) & Susan WEEKS, married Mary Elizabeth WEEKS, 23, Lyndhurst, same, d/o Christopher WEEKS (b, Lyndhurst) & Deliliah TRYON, witn: Mrs. J. F. McGUIRE, Mrs. T. F. TOMAND, both of Westport, 21 Nov 1927 at Westport

GWW.4 Brittana Weeks
1868-1928
Harry Herman Bevens
1865-
m. 10.30.1885
  Children:
1. Bertha Susan BEVENS, b. 08 October 1886
2. Timothy Francis BEVENS, b. 18 March 1890
3. Mary Lucy BEVENS, b. 26 July 1896
4. James Henry BEVENS, b. 11 February 1905
GWW.5 Bertha Arabella Weeks
9.23.1869 (Reg. 5142) - 12.6.1942
William J. Snider c.1865-10.10.1888   006766-1888 (Leeds Co) William J. SNIDER, 29, Farmer, Leeds Co., Bastard, s/o John A. & Lucinda SNIDER, married Bertha A. WEEKS, 19, Leeds Co., same, d/o George & Mary WEEKS, witn: Julius C. SNIDER, Julia J. SANDERSON, Elizabethtown. 10 Oct 1888 Elizabethtown
GWW.5.1 Glays Snider Roy W. Weeks
m. 1921
  Roy W. Weeks, son of Harvey Weeks and Margaret Worthington, born at Elgin, of Lyndhurst when married, also a cheesmaker, married Gladys Snider daughter of William Snider and Bertha Weeks in 1921. Gladys Snider was "of Warburton" when she married and her birthplace was Ellisville.
GWW.6 Mary Jane Weeks
11.11.1871-10.11.1898
Timothy Robert Bevens c.1867 - 1890   6751-1890 (Leeds Co) Timothy Robert BEVINS, 23, Farmer, Lansdowne, same, s/o Tobias BEVINS & Frances POOL, married Mary Jane WEEKS, 18, Lansdowne, same, d/o George WEEKS & Mary BEERS, witn: Mary WING, Henry WING, both of Lyndhurst. 16 Apr 1890 Lyndhurst
GWW.6.1 Hilliard Garfield Bevens
1917-2002
Phyllis Mary Cranker
1920-2007
Olivet Cemetery, Seeley's Bay BEVENS- Hilliard Garfield (Retired Dupont Employee) At Kingston General Hospital on Thursday, May 2, 2002. Hilliard Garfield Bevens in his 85th year. Beloved husband of Phyllis Mary (Cranker) Bevens; ... predeceased by his sisters Helen & Bessie and his brothers Charlie, Garnet and George; and also remembered by several grandchildren & great-grandchildren. ...
GWW.6.2 Carrie Bell Bevens Thomas Andress   12224-1906 - Thomas ANDRESS, 22, Farmer, Leeds Tp., same, s/o Judson ANDRESS & Eliza LISSON?, married Carie Belle BEVENS, 17, Leeds Tp., same, d/o Timothy R. BEVENS & Mary J. WEEKS, witn: Charles BEVINS, Mrs. C. BEVINS, both of Leeds Tp. 10 Sep Gananoque
GWW.6.3 Jenny Bevens Charles Frederick Watson    
GWW.6.3.1 Hilda Watson     Seeley's Bay
GWW.6.3.1.1 Sharon Scott      
GWW.7 William Christopher Weeks
b.Dec. 14, 1874 Lyndhurst ON
d. Feb. 27, 1938 Lyndhurst
Delia Tryon
30 May 1863 Long Point, Leeds ON - 09 July 1932 Long Point, Leeds ON
m. 9.13.1898 Delta ON
Olivet Cemetery, Seeley's Bay

8667-98 Christie WEEKS, 25, farmer, Leeds, Long Point - Leeds twp., s/o George & Mary, married Delilah TRYON, 27, [no info given], d/o George & Elizabeth, witn: Mary SLITER & Mary Jane PUTTENHAM, both of Bastard, 13 Sept 1898 at Delta

1901 Lansdowne and Leeds (Rear) Twp.

GWW.7.1 Della J Weeks
2.23.1892->1901
     
GWW.7.2 Clifford Weeks
2.22.1899->1901
     
IW.6.4
(GWW.-1.4)
David Weeks
b. 1840
     
IW.6.5 Daniel Weeks
b. 1841
     
IW.6.6 Ann Eliza Fanney Weeks
b. 30 July 1843
George Louis Stoneburg    
IW.6.7 Mary J. Weeks
b. 16 October 1845
William A. Peterson    
IW.6.8 Lydia A. Weeks
b. abt. 1848
Jacob Bruce Smith    
IW.6.9 Margaret Ann Weeks
b. 1850
     
IW.6.10 Randall Armson Weeks
31 May 1853 - Dec. 23 1907
Emma Jane Stoneburg
b. 7 Feb 1858
Salem Cemetery, Northumberland County, ON On shared gravestone - "Claude E. Weeks Born June 4, 1868 Died Aug. 3, 1881"
IW.6.10.1 Chloe Weeks
1883-
Hiram Purdy   #014417-05 (Northumberland Co.) Hiram A. PURDY, 24, motor man, Cramahe, Niagara Falls, s/o George E. PURDY & Annie McDONALD, married A. Chloea WEEKS, 22, Cramahe, Cramahe, d/o Randall WEEKS & Emma STONEBURG; witn. Ira PURDY & Nina WEEKS, both of Colborne, 15 Sept.1905 at Cramahe.
IW.6.10.2 Nina Blanche Weeks
1884-
Robert John Bellamy
c.1885-
  #014426-05 (Northumberland Co.) Robert John BELLAMY, 20, farmer, Cramahe, Cramahe, s/o Jos. BELLAMY & Harriet TRINEAR; married Nina Blanche WEEKS, 21, Cramahe, Cramahe, d/o Randall WEEKS & Emma STONEBURG; witn Fred J. ARMSTRONG of Brighton & Carrie KELLAR of COLBORNE; 6 Dec.1905 at Cramahe
IW.6.10.3 Armson Randall Weeks
1902-1981
Huldah Maud Simmons
1904-1982
Salem Cemetery, Northumberland County, ON 17284-23 Armson Randall WEEKS, 21, farmer, Colborne, same, s/o Randall A. WEEKS (b. Ontario) & Emma J. STONEBURGH, married Huldah Maud SIMMONS, 19, Codrington, Colborne, d/o Frederick SIMMONS (b. Wisconsin USA) & Nettie SPAFFORD, witn: Frederick SIMMONS & Emma J. WEEKS both of Colborne on 25 July 1923 at Cramahe Tp.
IW.6.11 Herman James Weeks
27 July 1856- 24 November 1934
Annie Roberts
1866-
  Heman James WEEKS, son of Solomon WEEKS and Sarah A. YOUNG , was born 27 July 1856 in Trenton, Ont. He married Annie ROBERTS 19 November 1884 in Victoria, Victoria, Ontario, Canada. He died 24 November 1934 in Algoma District, Ontario, Canada. Annie ROBERTS, daughter of James ROBERTS and Hannah KNIGHT , was born 25 March 1866 in Renfrew, Ontario, Canada. She died 27 December 1943 in Plummer Hosp., Sault Ste Marie, Ontario, Canada.
IW.6.11.1 William James Weeks
b. 16 June 1885
1.Catherine Turner Forbes
2. Mary Bridget Dorthea Lambert
c.1912-2011
  "It is with great sadness in our hearts that we announce the passing of Mary Weeks who passed away peacefully at the Sault Area Hospital on Saturday, September 10, 2011 at the age of 99 with her family by her side. Loving wife of the late William James (Buckskin) Weeks. Daughter of James and Feleceta Lambert. ...
IW.6.11.2 Ralph WEEKS
b. January 1886
     
IW.6.11.3 Ralph Seaburn Weeks
b. 06 January 1887 - 1962
Edna Matilda Madill
23 Oct. 1889 - 7 Dec. 1937 in Parry Sound, Ontario
   
IW.6.11.3.1 Lawrence Weeks      
IW.6.11.3.2 Emerson Weeks      
IW.6.11.4 Heman Jefferson Weeks
b. 13 January 1889 - 1971
1. Ellen HARGREAVES
2. Louise DEVOE
   
IW.6.11.4.x Walter Weeks
1940-2002
     
IW.6.11.4.y Robert Jefferson Weekes
c.1951-2018
    "Our family is saddened to announce the passing of Robert on Sunday, October 21, 2018, in his 67th year, ... the youngest son of the late Heman and Louise (Devoe) Weeks. Predeceased by brothers and sister Seaburn, Clifford, Eldridge, Walter and Doreen MacDowell. ..."
IW.6.11.5 Charles Weeks
b. February 1890
     
IW.6.11.6 Florence Mabel May Weeks
b. 13 February 1891
     
IW.6.11.7 Charles Alexander Weeks
b. 13 February 1891
Stella Mabel Watson    
IW.6.11.8 Sidney George Weeks
b. 09 March 1895 -1972
Rose SNOW    
IW.6.11.9 Thomas Lesley Weeks
b. 02 April 1898
1. Rosetta May Summerhayes
1899-1961
m. 1917
2. Doris SHUNOCK
  Rosetta May Weeks (born Summerhayes) was born 1899, to James Summerhayes and Etta Summerhayes (born Wheeler).
IW.6.11.10 Ernie A. Weeks
b. 06 February 1903
     
IW.6.11.11 Earl WEEKS
b. 06 February 1903
     
IW.6.11.12 Herbert WEEKS
b. 11 September 1904
     
IW.6.11.3 Clarence Gordon Weeks
b. 29 January 1906
1. Evelyn HUMES
2. Helen PARR
   
IW.6.11.14 Stillborn CHILD      
IW.6.12 Solomon Grundy Weeks
30 September 1858 - Mar. 20, 1944
Sarah Helen Crouter
b. Jan. 20, 1863
m. Oct. 28, 1881, Consecon
d. May 15, 1942, Rochester, Oakland, Michigan, USA.
  Sarah: Daughter of Anthony Crouter and Charity Crouter.
IW.6.12.1 Lorne Everd Weeks
1882-
Ruth E.    
IW.6.12.2 Charles F Weeks
1886-
Florence    
IW.6.12.3 Luella Pearl Weeks
1888-1975
Chester Arthur Bristol
1887, Fairport NY -
   
IW.6.12.3.1 Lorne Everet Bristol
1908-
1. Betty
2. Mary
3. Ruth Morton
   
IW.6.12.3.2 Helen Frances Bristol
1911-
Henry Henrickson    
IW.6.12.3.3 Mary Elizabeth Bristol
1922-2011
Frank Collins   MARY E COLLINS December 2, 1922 – October 6, 2011
Mary Elizabeth Collins, 88 Medical Secretary Lakeland - Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Collins, age 88, of Lakeland, FL passed away Wednesday, October 19, 2011. She was born December 2, 1922 in Rochester, NY the daughter of Chester Arthur Bristol and Luella Pearl (Weeks) Bristol. She was a medical secretary and of the American Baptist faith. In addition to her parents and sibblings, Mrs. Collins was preceded in death by her son Mark Collins. ...
IW.6.12.4 Floyd Harold Weeks
04 March 1891, Trenton ON - 1945, Buffalo NY
Brenda Alberta Shisier
1907 - 2002, Lawrenceville GA
   
IW.6.13 Freddy Weeks      
IW.6.14 Christy WEEKS
b. 1875
     
IW.6.15 Alford Alvin Weeks
b. 1887
    Son of George William Weeks and Emma Kelsey
IW.6.16 Jessie WEEKS
b. 1887
    Daughter of George William Weeks and Emma Kelsey
IW.6.17 Mary Ida WEEKS
b. 27 August 1888
    Daughter of George William Weeks and Emma Kelsey
IW.6.18 Mary WEEKS
b. 1889
    Daughter of George William Weeks and Emma Kelsey
IW.6.19 Lucinda WEEKS
b. 09 November 1892
    Daughter of George William Weeks and Emma Kelsey
IW.7 Issac      
IW.8 Mary Polly Weeks Francis Drummond    
IW.8.1 Abram DRUMMOND
c. 1858-
Phoebe Ann STEPHENS   009670-80 Abram DRUMMOND, 22, mechanic, Consecon, Madoc s/o Francis DRUMMOND & May WEEKS married Phoebe Ann STEPHENS, 19, Athol, Hallowell d/o Elya STEPHENS & Susan LANDRY wtn: Eliphalet STEPHENS of Hallowell & Eliza of Cherry Valley, 7 July 1880 at Hallowell
IW.9 John Y. Weeks Lydia Hunt
m. 1844
  "John Y. Weeks and Lydia Hunt, both of Hillier, 11 March 1844. Witnessed by Isaac Weeks, Daniel Hunt." See: http://my.tbaytel.net/bmartin/princeed.htm
IW.9.1 Isaac Weeks
c. 1861-
Margaret Crouter   010597-83 Isaac WEEKS, 22, farmer, Consecon, Consecon s/o John G. & Lydia WEEKS married Margaret CROUTER, 18, Quyon Que., Consecon d/o Anthony & Charity CROUTER wtn: S.A. McLEAN & E. McLEAN both of Consecon, 16 January 1883 at Consecon
         
  Various ...    

006219-1882 (Leeds Co) Henry ROBINSON, 40, Farmer, Elizabethtown twp, same, s/o John ROBINSON & Hannah ROBINSON, married Clemintine A. FORRESTER, 32, Mallorytown, same, d/o William FORRESTER & Sophia WEEKS, witn: Anson FORRESTER, Emma FORRESTER, Mallorytown, 1 Nov 1882 at Mallorytown

06923-1895 Oscar FORRESTER, 42, Farmer, Mallorytown, same, s/o William FORRESTER & Sophia WEEKS, married Sarah M. THOMPSON, 32, Westport, Bedford Twp., d/o William J. THOMPSON & Rebecca SHELDON, witn: W.S. RIPLEY, Westport, B.S. SHELDON, Portland, 4 Sept 1895 Westport

William Forrester 1813-1879, Sophia Weeks 1820-1912, buried Mallorytown Cemetery, children: Rebecca Eleanor Forrester 1849–1856, David Ednay Forrester 1860–1929


7028-95 Leslie WHITNEY, 20, clerk, Augusta, Watertown NY, s/o Comfort WHITNEY & Mary WEEKS, married Hester MILLER, 20, Edwardsburg, same, d/o Andrew MILLER & Libby WALLACE, 11 Sept 1895 at Prescott

Leslie C Whitney, born 1875. Leslie C Whitney was born 1875, to Comfort Whitney and Mary Whitney (born Weeks). Comfort was born on April 4 1847, in Augusta Township, Grenville, Ontario, Canada. Mary was born in 1857, in Cardinal, Ontario, Canada. Leslie had 2 siblings: John Patrick Whitney and one other sibling. Leslie passed away.

014475-10 Edward Louise FULLER, 23, Dentist, none given, Kingston, s/o Louis FULLER & Emma Jane BAXTER, married Ellen WHITNEY, 20, none given, Prescott, d/o Comfort WHITNEY & Mary WEEKS; witn Percy WHITNEY & Bessie MOONEY, both Prescott, 9 Jun 1910, Grenville

Chauncey B. Whitney
Birth 15 Feb 1844 Augusta, Leeds and Grenville United Counties, Ontario, Canada
Death 27 Apr 1904 (aged 60) Augusta, Leeds and Grenville United Counties, Ontario, Canada
Burial Maynard Cemetery Augusta, Leeds and Grenville United Counties, Ontario, Canada
Born and died in Augusta Township, Grenville, Ontario.
Son of Comfort Whitney (1795-1875) and Lucretia Dake.


6267-1883 John TOOLEY, 21, Harness maker, Matilda Twp., Cardinal, s/o Martin & Esme TOOLEY, married Hattie WEEKS, 16, Cardinal, same, d/o John & Helen WEEKS, witn: John WEEKS, Loisa HAWLEY, Cardinal, Jul 1883 Cardinal.


010613-1902 (Leeds Co) Sidney E. HESSIN, 28, commercial traveller, Toronto, same, s/o William [HESSIN] & Sarah WEEKS, married Emma Eleanor COWAN, 29, Nurse, Elizabethtown, North Augusta, d/o Thomas H. [COWAN] & Henrietta KILBURN, witn: George M. HENDRY, Toronto, Ethyl ARNOLD, Athens, 20 Dec 1902 at St. Peter's Church Brockville


12357-1908 (Leeds Co) James L. MIDDLETON, 33, Farmer, Lyndhurst, same, s/o Servetus MIDDLETON & Hannah BEGORDIS (Bogardis?), married Florence L. SHOOK, 21, Domestic, Sweets Corners, same, d/o Hiram SHOOK & Violet WEEKS, witn: Thomas J. BURME, Long Point, Annie CLARKSON, Lyndhurst. June 16, 1908 Sweets Corners


#013024-09 (Leeds Co): John Ernest WEEKS (or Wicks), 34, commercial traveler, of Brockville, s/o Freidriech WEEKS, merchant, & Mary Ella LYMAN, married Marie Louise GILMOUR, 28, of Brockville, d/o William A. GILMOUR, collector of customs, & Louise HANNAN, witn: William Norman GILMOUR & Bessie GATES (or Yates), both of Brockville, 15 Sept 1909 at Brockville


Susan Weekes and Rufus Erastus Lincoln, Leeds Co.

Key Name Spouse Cemetery Notes
REL Susan (Eliza) Weekes
b. 11.16.1829
d. 3.20.1878 aged 48 yr. 10 mths 4 days
Rufus Erastus Lincoln
b. 4.10.1826, Crosby, Leeds Co.
m. c.1848
d. 2.14.1914
Brier Hill 4 and
Athens Village Cemetery

LDS.
Grave stone.

Second wife: Philena Smith (1837-1893)

REL.1 Cinderella Matilda M. Lincoln
1849-1873
Edward Summers
1840-1916
m. Sep. 18, 1871
Brier Hill Cemetery Vol. 12, Page 359 Edward SUMMERS, 26, Farmer, Lansdowne. South Crosby, s/o James & Mary SUMMERS, married Cinderella M M LINCOLN, 20, Leeds Twp., South Crosby, d/o Rufus E. & Susan S. E. LINCOLN, witn: Isaac WARNER, Bastard, Charles LINCOLN, South Crosby, 18 Oct 1871 at South Crosby
REL.1.1 Matilda C. Summers
1874-1951
Matthew Johnston
1864-1951
Halladay Burial Place, Elgin, Leeds  
REL.1.1.1 Florence May Johnson Stanley Coleman Kirkland   038961-1926 (Leeds Co) Stanley Coleman KIRKLAND, 23, Farmer, Leeds Rear Twp, same, s/o Herbert KIRKLAND (b. Canada) & Florence McFADDEN, married Florence May JOHNSON, 30, Leeds Rear Twp, same, d/o Matthew JOHNSON (b. Canada) & Matilda SUMMERS, witn: Stuart KIRKLAND, Lyndhurst, Eileen DENNISON?, Elgin, 27 October 1926 at Delta
REL.2 Charlotte Elizabeth Lincoln
b. 10.12.1850
d. 11.29.1919 Lyndhurst
Isaac Brock Warner
b. 11.16.1844
m. 10.24.1872
d. 2.25.1929
Morton 68

LDS
Grave stone.

Vol 24 Pg 21 - Isaac Brock WARNER, 28, farmer, Bastard, same, s/o Erastus & Mary, married Charlotte E. LINCOLN, 22, Leeds, S.Crosby, d/o Rufus & Susan S.C. Witn John S. & Agnes C. WARNER, both of Bastard. Oct. 24, 1872 Lyndhurst.

REL.2.1 Anne Statia Warner
b. 9.30.1874
d. 10.14.1956
Friederich Abrath
m. 3.4.1903
Washelli Cemetery, Seattle, WA * LDS
REL.2.1.1 Paul Lincoln Abrath
b. 10.25.1907
d. 10.12.1972
Josephine Brunette   LDS
REL.2.1.1.1 Paul Lincoln Abrath Jr.
1935-2012, Othello Washington
    Obituary of Paul Lincoln Abrath Jr.

Paul L. Abrath Jr. passed away in Othello July 11, 2012 at the age of 77. Paul was the only son of Paul L. Abrath and the second son born to Josephine Brunette born February 26, 1935 in Seattle, Washington. ...

REL.2.2 Emma Gertrude Warner
b. 7.23.1876
d. 8.21.1876
    LDS
REL.2.3 Hilliard Brock Warner
b. 7.1.1880
d. 7.25.1965
Lorena Ellen Dougall
b. c.1884
m. 6.6.1905
Morton 56 LDS.
Grave stone.
REL.2.3.1 Gordineer W. Warner
b. 1907
d. 1944
  Morton 56 Grave stone.
REL.2.3.2 Herbert Warner
b. 1914
d. 1915
  Morton 56 Grave stone.
REL.2.3.3 Calvin Warner
b. 1923
d. 1925
  Morton 56 Grave stone.
REL.2.3.4 Bernard Warner
b. 1927
d. 1927
  Morton 56 Grave stone.
REL.2.3.5 Bruce Warner
b. 1928
d. 1929
  Morton 56 Grave stone.
REL.2.4 Mary Agnus Warner
b. 9.15.1882
d. 3.1.1914
Russel Garfield Beerman
b. c.1878
m. 3.27.1914
Morton 68 LDS.
Grave stone.
REL.2.5 Richard Erastus Warner
b. 8.26.1885
d. 3.24.1962
Mary Amanda Rose Boyer
m. 6.6.1906
Morton 67 LDS.
Grave stone.
REL.2.5.1 Cleveland L. Warner
b. 1913
d. 5.15.1914
  Morton 57 Grave stone.
REL.3 Margaret Minerva Lincoln
1852-1876
Eli Beers
1845-1916
Brier Hill Cemetery 005246-1874 Eli BEERS (Burr?), 27, blacksmith, South Crosby, same, s/o Daniel & Jane, married Margaret LINCOLN, 23, South Crosby, Lansdowne, d/o Rufus & Susan, witn: Mrs. Duncan FISHER, Farmersville, Lizzie FISHER, Perth, 28 Oct 1874 at Farmersville
REL.4 Louisa Lincoln
1854-1947
William Summers
1839-1920
m. Nov. 26 1874
Markdale Cemetery, Markdale, Grey County 005239-1874 William SUMMERS, 30, Widower, Yeoman, South Crosby, same, s/o James SUMMERS & Mary SUMMERS, married Louisa LINCOLN, 21, South Crosby, same, d/o Rufus LINCOLN, & Susan LINCOLN, witn: Culbert SUMMERS, Ann Eliza SUMMERS, South Crosby, 16 Nov 1874 at Farmersville
REL.4.1 George Erastus Summers
1887-1952
  Markdale Cemetery, Markdale, Grey County  

The John and Ellen Weekes Family of Edwardsburgh / Cardinal / Watertown NY

This family likewise does not have an obvious connection aside from their presence in Leeds Grenville. There were also Weeks families in the Elizabethtown area, where there exists the Weekes Family Cemetery. There was a Weeks family in the Brockville area (Henry), which according to the 1871 census, were of English origins. "*" indicates speculation based on coincidence or well matched data. Descendents of John and Ellen are still living in the Watertown NY area. Family lore says John D. participated in the Battle of the Windmill on the Loyalist side. His son, John, emigrated to the US and married Mary Morgan. Here is the list of that family that we know of, including details from descendents:

Key Name Spouse Cemetery Notes
Bally.1 John Dowsley Weekes
8.23.1816 Waterford Ireland - 4.18.1893
Ireland
Ellen Levere
1823, Cardinal ON - 1907 U.S.A
St John's United Church / Riverside, Cardinal L&G-97-3-2
1871 Census
Bally.1.1 George Weekes
5.2.1847 - 3.7.1868(9)
  St John's United Church / Riverside, Cardinal Brockville Museum database
Bally.1.1.1 Angeline Weeks
1851-
John Alan Brennan
1851- 1913
  John was only son of William Charles Brennan (b. 1799, Ire.) and Margaret Kick (b. 1822, ON)
Bally.1.1.1.1 William John Brennan
1877 Cardinal ON - 1954
1. Luella Beatrice Miller
1868, Cardinal ON - 1904
2. Susan McQuillen
Luella: Point Iroquios Cemetery in Dundas ON  
Bally.1.1.1.1.1 Belle Blanche Brennan
1902, Watertown NY - 1992, Syracuse NY
     
Bally.1.1.1.x.x.x.1 Rose Della Valle     Many of the details on this branch of the family from Rose Della Valle
Bally.1.1.2 Edward Weeks Gertrude Brennan    
Bally.1.2 John Weekes Jr.
May 2, 1849 Edwardsburgh - Nov. 19, 1935
Mary Morgan
(Harrisburg,1856-Lowville April 12, 1912)
Daughter of Albert and Susan Morgan
m. April 27, 1874 Harrisville
St John's United Church / Riverside, Cardinal Wesleyan Methodist Baptisms 1843-1900 Leeds and Grenville Counties, Ontario. p. 17
Bally.1.2.1 Mary Weekes
Aug. 11, 1876 Harrisville NY - July 1, 1927
Watertown NY
Edwin C. Baldwin
- > 1927
  The Journal and Republican, Lowville, July 7, 1927
Bally.1.2.1.1 Elizabeth Baldwin     The Jurnal and Republican, Lowville, July 7, 1927
Bally.1.2.2 John M. Morgan Weekes
1879-Sept. 13, 1945 Syracuse
Mary Jane Oakes    
Bally.1.2.1.1 John Weekes Barbara Cooke Zinsmeister Brookside Cemetery, Watertown NY  
Bally.1.2.3 Susan M. Weekes
Nov. 16, 1881 Harrisville NY - Apr. 8, 1968
Glenn R. Shriver
1880 - Nov. 17, 1951
m. March 4, 1904
Brookside Cemetery, Watertown NY Watertown Daily Times Apr. 9 1968
Bally.1.2.3.1 Helen J. Shriver
1910-1989
Leonard J. Tinney
1909-1982
Brookside Cemetery, Watertown NY  
Bally.1.2.3.2 John Frederick Shriver
1913-1972
  Brookside Cemetery, Watertown NY  
Bally.1.2.3.3 Mary Louise Shriver William A.Boyd    
Bally.1.2.3.4 Charles M. Shriver      
Bally.1.2.4 Rev. Dr. Ernest Weekes
Oct. 11, 1886 Harrisvile, NY - Dec. 19, 1966 Claremont CA
    Beren, Kentucky (Taught at Canton Christian College, Canton, China)
Bally.1.3 Mary Weeks
3.9.1851 Edwardsburgh -
    Wesleyan Methodist Baptisms 1843-1900 Leeds and Grenville Counties, Ontario. p. 15
Bally.1.4 Alexander Weeks
5.30.1853 Edwardsburgh -
    Wesleyan Methodist Baptisms 1843-1900 Leeds and Grenville Counties, Ontario. p. 14
Bally.1.5 Charles Weeks
3.28.1855 Edwardsburgh - 11.1.1938 Watertown*
Rose A.
1856-6.29.1942*
NWC* Wesleyan Methodist Baptisms 1843-1900 Leeds and Grenville Counties, Ontario. p. 17
Bally.1.6 Louisa Weeks
11.7.1859 Edwardsburgh -
    Wesleyan Methodist Baptisms 1843-1900 Leeds and Grenville Counties, Ontario. p. 21
Bally.1.7 William Weeks
8.1.1861 Edwardsburgh -
    Wesleyan Methodist Baptisms 1843-1900 Leeds and Grenville Counties, Ontario. p. 19
Bally.1.8 Andrew Weekes
7.5.1861-9.19.1891
  St John's United Church / Riverside, Cardinal Brockville Museum database
Bally.1.9 Sarah Weekes
Aug. 1876-11.21.1876
  St John's United Church / Riverside, Cardinal Brockville Museum database
Bally.1.10 unknown      
Bally.2 Joseph Weekes Sr.
1822-
     
Bally.3? Charles Henry Weeks      
         
Hugh Hugh Weeks Catherine   Wesleyan Baptism Records
Hugh.1 Lily Grant Weeks
7.19.1861-
     
         
Elizabethtown.a John Weeks   Weeks Cemetery, Elizabethtown L&G-84-2-16
Elizabethtown.b Neoma Weeks   Weeks Cemetery, Elizabethtown L&G-84-2-16

Wilmot Weeks and Margaret McKay of Lansdowne Twp. Leed Co.

Key Name Spouse Cemetery Notes
WM.0 Wilmot Weeks
b. before 1882
Margaret Findlay McKay
1882-
 

Wilmot WEEKS was born Bef. 1882 (Source: est). He married Margaret Findlay McKay, daughter of Hugh McKay and Agnes Landon. She was born 22 Jan 1882 in Lansdowne Twp., Leeds Co., Ont. (Source: 1901 Census), and died in Bangor, ME, USA (Source: family information.).

Agnes Landon (1841-1904) and Hugh McKay (1837 - 1896) Married on Monday, December 11, 1865 in Lansdowne Township, Leeds, Ontario. Buried Lansdowne Cemetery, Ebeneezer ON

WM.0.1 Wilmot Weeks, b. Aft. 1902     May have been Willard (src Marion Joyce)

Henry Weeks and Rebecca of Yonge Twp. Leed Co.

Key Name Spouse Cemetery Notes
HW Henry Weeks
1775-1850
Rebecca Clow
1785-1860
Lyn Cem., Lyn, Ont. Henry Weeks was born Bef. 1784 (Source: 1861 Census - Yonge twp - {from L&G Publ. 92-1}), and died in of Yonge twp., Ont..
He married Rebecca __ Weeks. She was born Abt. 1784 (Source: 1861 Census - Yonge twp - {from L&G Publ. 92-1}).
HW.1 Henry B. Weeks
b. Abt. 1815, Ont.
d. 15 Oct 1872, Elizabethtown twp. Ont.
Sophia Redmond
c.1824-1898
Lyn Cem., Lyn, Ont.

Henry B. Weeks was born Abt. 1815 in Ont. (Source: 1871 Census), and died 15 Oct 1870 in Elizabethtown twp. Ont (Source: 1871 Census). He married Sophia Redmond, daughter of Martin Redmond and Sophia Clow. She was born Abt. 1824 in Ont. (Source: 1871 Census), and died 9 Jan 1898 in Lyn, Ont. (Source: George A. Neville, Lyn Cem. Listing, (1983. Families. Vol. 22 Number 4.).).

1861 Census - Yonge twp - {from L&G Publ. 92-1} - H B age 42 b Can WMeth farmer - wife Sophia age 38 - chn - H R 13, Reb E 2.Also Rebecca age 76 wid. [his mother].

1871 Census - Elizabethtown Div. - Henry B. age 55 b Ont. - wife Sophia 48 b Ont. - chn Henry 22, Rebeca 12.

also Henry age 55 in deaths in last 12 months ?? this one???

Burial: (Source: George A. Neville, Lyn Cem. Listing, (1983. Families. Vol. 22 Number 4.).) - In memory of Sophia Redmond wife of Henry Weeks. Died Jan 9, 1898. Aged 74 years 10 mo's & 23 D's; In memory of Henry B. Weeks died October 15, 1872. Aged 54 y'rs 6 mo 9D's

HW.1.1 Henry Redmond Weeks
c.1847-1914
Amelia A. Everts
1854-1933
Lyn Cem., Lyn, Ont.

Henry R. Weeks, b. Abt. 1847 (Source: 1871 Census); d. 29 Aug 1914, Lyn, Ont. (Source: George A. Neville, Lyn Cem. Listing, (1983. Families. Vol. 22 Number 4.).); m. Amelia A. Everts; b. 1854; d. 1940 (Source: George A. Neville, Lyn Cem. Listing,  (1983. Families. Vol. 22 Number 4.).).

006975-92 Henry Redmund Weeks, 24, Farmer, Yonge Twp, Elizabethtown, s/o Henry B & Sophia Weeks; married Amelia Everetts, 36, Augusta, Elizabethtown, d/o Hiram & Anna Everetts; witn Oscar Gardner & Byron Judson, both Elizabethtown, 24 May 1892, Elizabethtown

Burial: Lyn Cem., Lyn, Ont. (Source: George A. Neville, Lyn Cem. Listing, (1983. Families. Vol. 22 Number 4.).) - Weeks, Henry R. Weeks died Aug 29, 1914 aged 65 y'rs. His wife Amelia A. Everts 1854-1940

HW.1.2 Rebeca E. Weeks
1859-1933
Joshua Gilroy
1848-1923
Lyn Cem., Lyn, Ont.

Rebeca E. Weeks, b. Abt. 1858 (Source: 1871 Census); d. 1933; m. Joshua Gilroy; b. 1848; d. 1923.

Burial: Lyn Cem. (Source: George A. Neville, Lyn Cem. Listing, (1983. Families. Vol. 22 Number 4.).) - Gilroy Joshua Gilroy 1848-1923 his wife Rebecca Weeks 1859-1933

HW.2 Willard Weeks
1816-1868

Catherine Armstrong
c.1809-1858

Margaret Davis
c.1827

Caintown Cemetery

Willard Weeks was born Abt. 1817 in Yonge twp., Ont. (Source: 1861 Census), and died Bef. 1871 in Yonge twp., Ont.. He married (1) Catherine Armstrong Bef. 1843 (Source: est), daughter of William Armstrong and Margaret Davis.  She was born Abt. 1809 (Source: Leeds & Grenville Genealogical Society, Caintown Cem.,  (L&G publ. # 81-3).), and died 21 May 1858 in Yonge twp., Ont. (Source: est).  He married (2) Margaret Davis 25 May 1859 in Yonge twp., Ont. (Source: Marriages of Ontario, Leeds & Grenville 1858-1868 - Microfilm at LDS 96.0719 ff), daughter of William Davis and Mary Hogaboom.  She was born Abt. 1827 in Yonge twp., Ont. (Source: 1861 Census), and died in Yonge twp., Ont..

1861 Census - Yonge Pt. 2, frame hs. -
Willard age 43 b U.C. mill owner CE - [2nd]
Margret age 33 b U.C. - chn -
Rebeckoh 16,
William H. 14,
Margrett 13,
Willard J. 11,
Samuel 7,
Alexander 5,
Albert 2.
Also Charles Wilcox 32 & wife Laura Wilcox 32 b US.

1871 Census - Yonge Frt -
Margaret age 41 widow b Ont of Ire anc. W.Meth. -
Maryan 9,
Mariah 8,
Albert 11.

On next farm William 25 b Ont. of Eng anc. CE

Notes for Catherine Armstrong: src - Davis paper - married Willard Weeks. Burial - White marble flat pillar in north west corner of Caintown Cem. - died in 42nd year. Note Catherine M. Armstrong age 24 in deaths list in 1871 Census Elizabethtown twp.  -  Likely a neice. Burial: Caintown Cem. (Source: headstone.)

Margaret Davis: second wife of Willard and 1st cousin of mother of the earlier children.

From Ontario Cemetery Finding Aid:
Willard Weeks (h/o Catherine Armstrong), Caintown Cemetery, Leeds County, Yonge Township (Ref: L&G-81-3). Catherine (Armstrong) Weeks, same info as above.

HW.2.1 Rebecca Weeks
1844-1924
Joseph Senecal
1844-1923
Grenadier Is. Cem., Leeds Co. Ont.

Rebecca Weeks was born 29 Jan 1844 in Junetown, Augusta twp., Ont., and died 18 Jan 1924 in Grenadier Island, Escot twp., Ont (Source: Death record - Ont. seen in microfilm - LDS).  She married Joseph Senecal after 1863 (Source: est), son of Joseph Senecal and Catherine Weaver.  He was born 24 Oct 1844 in Redwood, NY, USA, and died 22 Sep 1923 in Grenadier Island, Escot twp., Ont (Source: Death record - Ont. seen in microfilm - LDS).

014349-27 William Dodge BUELL, 52, Farmer, Wid, Grenadier Island, Grenadier Island, s/o Hiram F. BUELL (b. Kitley Twp) & Ellen J. DODGE; married Minnie Belle SENECAL, 46, Grenadier Island, Grenadier Island, d/o Joseph SENECAL (b. Redwood NY) & Rebecca WEEKS; wit Gordon ANDREW & Mrs. D. ANDREW, both Gananoque, 16 Nov 1926, Gananoque

HW.2.1.1 James E. Senecal     James E. Senecal, b. Aft. 1864 (Source: informant in father's death record - age est).
HW.2.1.2 Henry W. Senecal     Henry W. Seneca, b. Aft. 1864 (Source: informant in mother's death record - age est).
HW.2.2 William Henry Weeks
1846-1924
Julia A. Thompson
1846-1916
Escott Cem., Escott twp., Ont.

004719-75 William Henry Weeks, 27, Sawyer & Miller, Escott Twp, Yonge Twp, s/o Willard Weeks & Catherine Armstrong; married Julia A. Thomson, 28, Front of Escott Twp, Front of Escott Twp, d/o James Thomson & Rachel Hagerman; witn Archie Greer & Janette Thomson, both Escott, 20 Sept 1875, Escott

William Henry Weeks was born Abt. 1846 in Yonge twp. Ont. (Source: 1861 Census), and died 1924 in Yonge twp., Ont.  Julia was born Abt. 1847 in Front of Escott twp., Ont. (Source: age at marriage), and died 1916 (Source: Cem. listing for Escott Cem. - L&G publ. # 87-6).  

Notes for William Henry Weeks: 1871 Census - Yonge Frt - William age 25 b Ont Eng anc CE ------ This is probably William son of Willard and Catherine as he is living next to Willard's 2nd wife Margaret in this census. bur. in Escott Cem.  - possible son - James T. Weeks 1877 - 1971 bur. next to them with wife Florence L. Kelly 1880 - 1960. At marriage - sawyer & miller both Burial: Escott Cem., Escott twp., Ont. (Source: Leeds & Grenville Genealogical Society, Escott Cem.,  (L&G publication 87-6).)

HW.2.2.1 James T. Weeks
1877-1971
Florence L. Kelly
1880-1960
Escott Cem., Escott twp., Ont.

James T. Weeks, b. 1877 (Source: Escott Cem.); d. 1971, Escott twp., Ont.; m. Florence L. Kelly; b. 1880; d. 1960 (Source: Escott Cem.). both Burial: Escott Cem., Escott twp., Ont. (Source: Leeds & Grenville Genealogical Society, Escott Cem.,  (L&G publication 87-6).)

HW.2.2.1.1 Iris Evelyn Weeks
c.1904-
Robert Kenneth Earl Webster
c.1902-
  013026-1924 (Leeds Co) Robert Kenneth Earl WEBSTER, 22, Telephone Lineman, Lansdowne Tp, Lansdowne Village, s/o Henry Reece WEBSTER (b. Canada) & Unice BUELIS (Buckis?), married Iris Evelyn WEEKS, 20, Telephone Operator, Escott Tp, Lansdowne Village, d/o James H. WEEKS (b. Canada) & Florence L. KELLY, witn: Ada Jean COWAN, Brockville, George Henry CLOW, 5 Mable St. in Brockville, 22 July 1924 at Brockville
HW.2.3 Willard Clow Weeks
1848-1922
Gertruge
c.1860-
Caintown Cem.

Willard G. Weeks was born Abt. 1849 (Source: 1861 Census), and died 1922 in of Yonge Twp., Ont. (Source: Leeds & Grenville Genealogical Society, Caintown Cem.,  (L&G publ. # 81-3).).

1891 Census - Lansdowne Frt C3-6
Willard age 41 b Ont of Ont & Ire b prts CE Millright
Gertruge age 30 b US of Ont & Ire b prts Meth.
Lily 8,
Veronica 4

Caintown Cem. listing says Willard G. others say Willard J.

Death: Willard Clow Weeks, lot 22, con 9 Escott, widowed, b 1848 McIntosh Mills, millwright, parents: Willard Weeks b England & Catherine Armstrong b England, Informant: J F Weeks, nephew, of Mallorytown, burial: Caintown, died 18 Nov 1922, of cirrhosis of liver. Rear Yonge & Escott, Leeds County. - Ancestry.ca

HW.2.3.1 Lily Weeks
c.1882-
    Source: 1891 Lansdowne Census
HW.2.3.2 Veronica Weeks
c.1886-
    Source: 1891 Lansdowne Census
HW.2.4 Margaret Ann Weeks
1849-1923
William Walter Purvis
1838-1924
Yonge Mills Cem., Yonge Twp., Ont.

Margaret Ann Weeks married Walter (William Walter) Purvis, son of William Purvis and Jane Percival. He was born 1838, and died 1924 in of McKillop twp., Huron Co., Ont. (Source: Leeds & Grenville Genealogical Society, Yonge Mills Cem.,  (L&G publ. # 91-6).).

Death: Margaret Ann Purvis, 74, b 1849 McIntosh Mills, parents: Willard Weeks b USA & Catherine Armstrong b McIntosh Mills, Informant: Ross Purvis, son, of Mallorytown, burial: Yonge Mills, died 22 Mar 1923, of arteriosclerosis and cerebral apoplexy. Front of Yonge, Leeds County. (Source: Death record - Ont. seen in microfilm - LDS)

Burial: Yonge Mills Cem., Yonge twp., Ont. (Source: Leeds & Grenville Genealogical Society, Yonge Mills Cem.,  (L&G publ. # 91-6).)

1881 census Yonge Front, Leeds South, Ontario
PURVIS Walter, 43, b Ont, farmer,
Maggie, 33, b Ont
Jennie,12
William, 10,
Willard, 7,
Kate, 5
Ross, 2
Mary, b Nov, 5/12

HW.2.4.1 Jeannette Elizabeth Purvis
1868-1948
Allen Norman Earl
1860-1920
Union Cem, Lansdowne

006779-94 (Leeds Co.) Allen Norman EARL 34, yeoman, Lansdowne twp., same, s/o John EARL & Elizabeth COOK, married Jennie E. PURVIS 25, McKillop twp. Huron co., Yonge twp., d/o W. Walter PURVIS & Margaret A. WEEKS, wit: Annie McCALLUM of Gananoque & William PURVIS of Caintown, 14 Feb 1894, at Front of Yonge twp.

Jeannette Elizabeth Purvis, b. 1868; d. 1948; m. Allan Norman Earle, 14 Feb 1894, Front of Yonge Twp., Ont. (Source: BMD Ontario - Marriages - microfilm at LDS 97.0613 ff); b. 28 Jan 1860; d. 14 Aug 1920, L15 C5 Lansdowne twp., Ont. (Source: Death record - Ont. seen in microfilm - LDS).

Death record #_  P381 - Allan Norman Earle L15 C5 Lansdowne died age 60y 6m 17d - b 28 Jan 1860 - so John Earle, Lansdowne & Elizabeth Cook, Brockville - bur. Union Cem. - informant daut., Evelyn Earle. 3rd daut lvd with Evelyn & other Burial: Union Cem, Lansdowne

HW.2.4.2 Rev. William Walter Purvis
1870-1947
Annie L. McCrimmon Yonge Mills Cem., Yonge twp., Ont. William Walter (Rev.) Purvis, b. 1870; d. 1947; m. Annie L. McCrimmon; b. 1880; d. 1928 Burial: Yonge Mills Cem., Yonge twp., Ont. (Source: Leeds & Grenville Genealogical Society, Yonge Mills Cem.,  (L&G publ. # 91-6).)
HW.2.4.3 Willard Purvis
c.1874-
    Willard Purvis, b. Abt. 1874 (Source: 1881 Census transcription, "Electronic.").
HW.2.4.4 Catherine P. Purvis
1875-1963
  Yonge Mills Cem., Yonge twp., Ont. Catherine P. Purvis, b. 1875; d. 1963. Burial: Yonge Mills Cem., Yonge twp., Ont. (Source: Leeds & Grenville Genealogical Society, Yonge Mills Cem.,  (L&G publ. # 91-6).)
HW.2.4.5 Ross Purvis
c.1879-1950
  Yonge Mills Cem., Yonge twp., Ont. Ross Purvis, b. Abt. 1879 (Source: 1881 Census transcription, "Electronic."); d. 2 Dec 1950. informant at mother's death Burial: Yonge Mills Cem., Yonge twp., Ont. (Source: Leeds & Grenville Genealogical Society, Yonge Mills Cem.,  (L&G publ. # 91-6).)
HW.2.4.6 Mary M. Purvis
1879-1959
  Yonge Mills Cem., Yonge twp., Ont. Mary M. Purvis, b. Abt. Nov 1880, Ont. (Source: 1881 Census transcription, "Electronic."); d. 1959. Date born 2: 1879 (Source: Leeds & Grenville Genealogical Society, Yonge Mills Cem., (L&G publ. # 91-6).)
HW.2.5 Samuel Weeks
1856, Mallorytown ON -
Elizabeth Jane Gilbertson
1858 -
 

Sammuel Weeks, b. Abt. 1853 (Source: 1861 Census).

8455-85 Samuel WEEKS, 29, shoe maker, Mallorytown, Beaverton, s/o Willard & Catherine, married Elizabeth Jane GILBERTSON, 27, Beaverton, same, d/o William & Catherine, witn: Margaret GILBERTSON & David COLE, both of Beaverton, 25 Dec 1885 at Beaverton

1881 census Gravenhurst, Muskoka, Ontario
Dunar Armstrong, 30, b Ont, laborer
Agness, 25, b Ont
Alfretta, 1, b Ont
Samuel Weeks, 27, b Ont, shoemaker (Living with Armstrong relatives?)

1891 census Ontario County, Beaverton http://ogs.on.ca/ogspi/welcome.htm
WEEKS, Samuel, 35, b Ont, father b US, mother b Ireland, Methodist, merchant
Elizabeth Jane, 30, b Ont, father b Eng, mother b Scotland, Meth
Kenneth, 5
Gordon, 3
Audrie, 1
William Gilbartson, 75, widower, lodger, b Scotland, carpenter (Elizabeth’s dad?)

1901 and 1911 census on www.automatedgenealogy.com Samuel is in Sault Ste Marie on 1911, Beaverton 1901.

HW.2.5.1 Kenneth Raymond Weeks
c.1886-
Helene Gertrude Hanson
c.1886-
  16950-08 (Rainy River Dist) Kenneth Raymond WEEKS, 22, electrician, Beaverton, Kenora, s/o Samuel WEEKS & Janet GILBERTSON married Helene Gertrude HANSON, 22, Kenora, Kenora, d/o Thomas HANSON & Carolina PRUDEN, witn: John W. IRWIN & Irene HANSON of Kenora, 19 June 1907, Kenora
HW.2.5.2 Gordon Douglas Weeks
1888, Beaverton ON -
Esther Alice King   1891 census Ontario County
HW.2.5.3 Audrie Douglas Weeks
c.1890-
    1891 census Ontario County
HW.2.5.4 Maggie E. Weeks
1891 -
     
HW.2.5.5 Francis W. Weeks
1892 -
     
HW.2.5.6 Robert D. Weeks
1896 -
     
HW.2.5.7 Jean M. Weeks
1898 -
     
HW.2.6 Alexander Weeks
c.1855-
Ada M. Taylor
c.1860-
 

Alexander Weeks, b. Abt. 1855 (Source: 1861 Census).

1881 census Gravenhurst, Muskoka, Ontario www.familysearch.org
WEEKS, Alexander, 25, b Ont, shoemaker, C Methodist, Irish
Ada, 21, b Ont
Willard, 3, b Ont
Alice, 1,b Ont

HW.2.6.1 Willard Weeks
c.1878-
Vesper P. Bagley
c.1885-
  Willard Weeks, 24, famer, b Thoroah, living Korah Tp, s/o Alexander & Ada Mary, married Vesper P Bagley, 17, Wakos Nebraska, Korah Tp, d/o James Bagley & Alice, witn: Ellison & Mrs Wainman of Korah Tp, 1 Jan 1902, Korah, Algoma District.
HW.2.6.2 Alice Weeks
c.1880-
    1881 census Gravenhurst
HW.2.7 Albert Weeks
c.1858-
    Albert Weeks, b. Abt. 1858 (Source: 1871 Census).
HW.2.8 Maryan Weeks
c.1861-
    Maryan Weeks, b. Abt. 1861 (Source: 1871 Census).
HW.2.9 Mariah Weeks
c.1862-1939
David William Andrew
c.1854-1926
Gananoque Cemetery Mariah (Anna Maria) Weeks, b. Abt. 1862, Leeds twp., Ont. (Source: 1871 Census & marriage); m. David William Andrew, 8 Dec 1881, Gananoque, Ont. (Source: BMD Ontario - Marriages - microfilm at LDS 97.0613 ff); b. Abt. 1854, Lansdowne twp., Ont. (Source: marriage record). at marriage - farmer; prts - David ANDREW & H. (or W or N) Cross
HW.2.9.1 Stewart Leslie Andrew
c.1896-
Eleanor Nelson   011692-1917 (Leeds Co) Stewart Leslie ANDREW, 21, Mechanic, Gananoque, same, s/o David ANDREW & Maria WEEKS, married Eleanor NELSON, 19, Gananoque, same, d/o Gus NELSON, & Kate MARSHALL, witn: Garnet Ford HARRIS, Gananoque, Effie Alice MATTHEWS, Napanee. 31 July 1917 Gananoque
HW.2.9.2 Elzie Burton Andrew
c.1887-
Annie Maud Harris   013163-1909 (Leeds & Grenville Co) Elzie Burton ANDREW, 22, Butcher, of Gananoque, s/o David W. Andrew, Driver, & Maria WEEKS, married Annie Maud HARRIS, 21, of Gananoque, d/o William G. HARRIS, Butcher, & Annie S. MONOUGHAM, witn: Gordon HARRIS, Laura HARRIS, both of Gananoque. 22 Sep 1909 Gananoque
         
  Orillia Weeks
1810-1895
John Waltz
1811-1889
Lyn Cem., Lyn, Ont.

Marriages by Rev'd George Ferguson, Westleyen Metodist, Augusta (P.103). John Walt to Orillia Weeks, 14 Sept 1836, Elizabethtown, by banns. Rev'd Ferguson. Wit. Henry Weeks and John Weeks.

In memory of Orillia Weeks wife of John Waltz died Oct 16, 1895 aged 85 years & 6 mo's

Children:
Henry Waltz 1837–1925
Mary L Waltz Brackenbury 1840–1907
Almira Waltz 1841–1937
David Waltz 1844–1910
Julia A Waltz Reid 1847–1938
John Waltz 1850–1936

         
  Henry Weeks Frances Hill   Marriages by Rev'd Daniel Berney, Wesleyan Methodist (p.134). Henry Weeks to Frances Hill, 30 Sept 1838 in Gananoque, by banns, Rev'd Berney. Wit. Ephraim Webster and James Smith.

John Weeks, Brockville

In The History of Leeds and Grenville , by Thad. w.h. Leavitt, first published in 1879 by the Recorder Press in Brockville , it seems that : "In March 1832 a meeting of very loyal tories was held in the Court House, Brockville to draft an address to HM the King telling him how delightful, prosperous and well governed they felt the province to be. This was violently opposed by the Liberals there present who after much speachifying and near violence, were led from the Court House by Mr Buell, and organized a meeting at the inn of Mr. Mair. They prepared a petition diametrically opposed to the Tory one." John Weeks was one of the twenty or so men nominated to circulate the petition for further signatures. We have shortened the wording a bit.


Kevin Weekes   b. Apr 4,1975

Great retired NHL goaltender. A second-round draft pick of the Florida Panthers in 1993, Weekes played 348 regular-season games with the Panthers, Vancouver Canucks, Tampa Bay Lightning, Carolina Hurricanes, New York Rangers and New Jersey Devils. Weekes helped lead the Carolina Hurricanes to the Stanley Cup Final in 2002, and is the Hurricanes' all-time leader in playoff goals-against average and save percentage. Kevin was born in Toronto.


Alan Weekes

Guitar player with Jazz Jamaica.


William Weeks -1806

In July, 1806, a member of the House of Assembly, William Weeks, was killed in a duel with a resident of the town of Newark (Niagara-on-the-Lake) named William Dickson. They fought on the American side of the Niagara River


Mr. Weeks c.1801

In July, 1801, there was an aborted duel between a Joseph Wilcocks and a Mr. Weeks. They quarrelled when Weeks, known to be emotionally unstable, accused Wilcocks of being an informer. When Wilcocks called Weeks a liar, Weeks challenged him to a duel. On the way to the duelling ground, however, Wilcocks was arrested and forced to pay a bond to keep the peace for six months. Weeks died as a traitor at Fort Erie in the War of 1812, fighting for the Americans.