JOHN WEEMAN is the oldest son of a family of five boys and two girls, all of whom are living. He was born Feb.
28, 1816, at Hinesburg. Vt., on the farm of his parents, Edward and Vilena (Conger) Weeman. He was a tailor by
trade for about twenty years. In August, 1840, at Norfolk, St. Lawrence county, N. Y., where he had lived for sixteen
years, be was married to Mary E., daughter of Joel S. and Jane (Roberts) Hubbard, whose children are two girls
and three boys, all living. They are Hannibal A. and Hamilton A., twins, born in December, 1844 - the former a
partner in the well known firm of Lyttle, Weeman & Co., in Toledo, the latter a farmer; George, b6rn in 1866,
and living at home; Chastina V., wife of Dora Cone, dealer in agricultural implements, at Jasper, Mich.; and Ann
Eliza, wife of Ralph Doty, in Bedford. After his removal from St. Lawrence county, N. Y., Mr. Weeman lived a few
years in Bedford (where he was highway commissioner), and came to Erie in 1845. He was a Whig until the Republican
party started, when he became identified with them, and has always remained with them. He has held the office of
constable for twenty years, and deputy sheriff of Monroe county for ten years. Is a member of the Episcopal church.
History of Monroe County, Michigan
Talcott E. Wing, Editor
Munsell & Company, Publishers
New York 1890.
Monroe County, Michigan Biographies
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