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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Lewis W. Weeks: Birth: ABT 1839 in Floyd County, Virginia.

  2. General W. Weeks: Birth: 14 NOV 1840 in Floyd County, Virginia. Death: 2 SEP 1889

  3. Joseph H. Weeks: Birth: ABT 1844 in Floyd County, Virginia. Death: Bet. 1897-1900

  4. John William Weeks: Birth: DEC 1845 in Floyd County, Virginia. Death: Bet. 1920-1930

  5. James M. Weeks: Birth: ABT 1848 in Floyd County, Virginia. Death: ABT 1917 in Roanoke, Virginia

  6. Malinda Ellen Weeks: Birth: FEB 1851 in Floyd County, Virginia. Death: 3 MAY 1932 in Virginia

  7. Emma Weeks: Birth: ABT 1854 in Floyd County, Virginia. Death: 13 DEC 1859 in Floyd County, Virginia

  8. Ira H. Weeks: Birth: ABT 1855 in Floyd County, Virginia. Death: Bet. 1860-1870

  9. Sarah Ann Weeks: Birth: ABT 1859 in Floyd County, Virginia. Death: Bet. 1870-1880

  10. Thomas Walter Weeks: Birth: ABT 1863 in Floyd County, Virginia.

  11. George Washington Weeks: Birth: 27 SEP 1865 in Floyd County, Virginia. Death: Bet. 1920-1930


Notes
a. Note:   1820 U.S. Federal Census [see father's listing]
  1830 U.S. Federal Census [see father's listing]
  1840 U.S. Federal Census [see husband's listing]
  1850 U.S. Federal Census [see husband's listing]
  1860 U.S. Federal Census [see husband's listing]
  Nancy inherited 85 acres of land at Billy Morricle's death. In 1871 they sold out to her nephew, Harvey Dickerson, and moved to Alum Ridge, Floyd Co., VA in 1864 in Floyd Co., VA. [Source: Tise]
  1870 U.S. Federal Census [see husband's listing]
  1880 U.S. Federal Census [see husband's listing]
  1900 U.S. Federal Census Floyd County, Virginia Alum Ridge HH #168 Weeks, Nancy 82 widowed [# of children not given]
  "Nancy met a tragic death. After George Weeks's death, one of the Lane grandchildren stayed with her grandmother at night. One day, after her granddaughter had left for the day, Nancy presumably had a stroke and fell in the open fireplace and burned to death. Her body was discovered when the child returned that night." [Source: Tise]
  She was buried on the farm where she and George lived on Alum ridge, the graves, marked only by field stones, are enclosed by a fence. [Source: Tise]


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