GEORGE WEIMER, farmer, P. 0. Williston, son of George and Margaret (Lehman) Weimer, was born in Alsace, France
(now Germany), November 27, 1816. In 1830 he came to America with his parents, who located at Roulette, Potter
county, where they engaged in farming and spent the rest of their lives; their children were George and Eve His
father's second wife was Eve Wiederich, and their children were Michael, Barbara, Mrs. Margaret Manning, Mrs. Sally
Jackson, William A., Frederick, John and Mrs. Dorcas Marsh. The subject of these lines made his home with his parents
until nineteen years of age, when he began to work for farmers, and in 1836 bought a tract of wild land on which
he located in 1842. This he cleared and improved, and now has one of the best farms in Pleasant Valley township.
He was married in 1842, to Laura, daughter of Burrel Lyman. Their children are Sarah (Mrs. Roscoe Stearns), Otis,
Willis, Ella (Mrs. Dr. Steams, of Port Allegany, Penn.), Mary (Mrs. F. Robinson, of Liberty township, McKean county),
Nellie (Mrs. Amos Palmer, also of Liberty township), Nettie (Mrs. Lewis Yentzer, of Roulette, Penn.), Lottie (Mrs.
Miles Rice, also of Roulette), and Roscoe. Mrs. Weimer died in 1884. In politics Mr. Weimer is a Democrat. In 1836
he bought corn at $3 per bushel, which was brought on pack horses eighty miles from Jersey Shore, and paid for
it in cutting wood at seventy five cents per day.
History of the Counties of
McKean, Elk, Cameron and Potter, Pennsylvania
J. H. Beers & Co. Publishers
Chicago, Ill. 1890
Potter County, Pa. Biographies
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