Note: Dated November 25, 1837 Pages : 74-75 The Last Will and Testament of George Westner, Junior, in his lastcickness delivered verbally, and at his request reduced to writing Viz>I George Westner Junior do declare this to be my last will that my wifeAnna shall keep and retain my personal property pay my debts, and use thesame for the support and the support and schooling of the children, andnot to make any public sale otherwise than she may think fit. State of Illinois, Crawford Co, IL fo: I do hereby certify that I solemiez the rights of matrimony betweenGeorge Wesner, Junior and bectween Anne Patton, both of said county onthe 16th day of this instant given under my hand this 23rd Day of Dec AD.1828. Thomas Kennedy Minister of the gospel atLamott The Grave of George W Wesner, Junior is located South East of Palestine,IL in the East Union Cem.[George W. Wesner, Senior.FTW] [Wesner, George W, Sr.FTW] Per information I have come accross, Anne wesner married a William Dix in 1850 in Sullivan Co, IN, I have not been able to verify Annes death date and place of Death. 1850 Census of sullivan Co, In 126-126 Dix William 58 M NC Anna 35 F IN Dianna 25 F IN Julia 23 F IN Wesner Amy E 19 F IL Eli 16 M IL Clarissa 14 F IL William 18 M IL David 12 M IL Copy of George W Wesner, Jr LWAT on file with Robert McCammon. Sworn and subscribed the 24th Day of Feb 1836, by Justice Thomas Kennedy. Copy of George W Wesner, Jr and Anna Patton marriage license by Thomas Kennedy, Minister of the Gospel at LaMote. George W Wesner, Jr grave picture in file.
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