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Re: Sarah C. "Sally" Weaver (Hiler)
Posted by: Gay Schneider (ID *****5354) Date: March 20, 2008 at 21:25:26
In Reply to: Sarah C. "Sally" Weaver (Hiler) by Chris Weaver of 284

Sarah C. "Sally" Hyler/Hiler was born Oct 1874 in Arkansas, probably Scott County.
She is the daughter of John Benton Hyler/Hiler and Letha Ann Brashier. She died between 1905 and 1910.

Her first marriage was to a Mr. Quinton. Information unknown
Chidren include Claude Quinton and Ida Quinton. There is misinformation floating about the internet that credits a 3rd marriage to Sarah to a Masterson. Quite a bit of the information is diluted or contorted information that I had merely as notes in the early stages of my research. People have borrowed those notes from various people I've shared them with and thus it was "put out there"! It has not been proven that Sarah married a Masterson. It is however believed that Sarah's daughter Ida Quinton may have married a Mr. Masterson but that too hasn't been proven.
The Weaver children who I have obtained from the internet as well appear to include John Thomas Weaver, Nora Weaver, and Louis Weaver. I think you indicated that you are a descendent of one of the Weaver children.
I have info for Sarah's family. I am trying to fish the internet to see if other family members can help complete the family puzzle. Will gladly share!


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