Person:Elizabeth Weach (1)

Watchers
Elizabeth G. Weach
m.
  1. Henry Weach - bef 1781
  2. Elizabeth G. Weach1781 - 1822
m. 15 JUL 1810
  1. Ferdinand Graham1811 - 1871
  2. Menander Graham1813 - 1838
  3. Eliza Jane Graham1814 - 1851
  4. Louisa Graham1816 - 1895
  5. Angeline Graham1818 - 1872
  6. Amanda A. Graham1820 - 1851
Facts and Events
Name Elizabeth G. Weach
Gender Female
Birth[1][2][3] 25 Apr 1781 Kentucky, United Statesnear Louisville, Jefferson County
Residence[1][2] 1808 Clark, Indiana, United Statesmore likely moved there in 1807
Marriage 15 JUL 1810 Clark, Indiana, United Statesto John Kennedy Graham
Census[4] 1820 New Albany, Floyd, Indiana, United States
Death[3] Aug 1822 Floyd, Indiana, United StatesNew Albany township
Burial[5] 19 Aug 1822 Floyd, Indiana, United StatesScott's Cemetery
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Mouser, Evelyn Shipman. "Graham Genealogy". , in Indiana Historical Society (Indianapolis, Indiana), and Indiana University (Bloomington). Indiana magazine of history. (Indianapolis [Indiana]: Indiana Historical Society), June 1943, p. 207, Secondary quality.

    Elizabeth Weach, b. 25 April 1781, Kentucky, dau of ___ Weach and Jane Weatherall, moved to Indiana about 1808

  2. 2.0 2.1 Society of Indiana Pioneers (Indianapolis). Year book of the Society of Indiana Pioneers. (Indianapolis [Indiana]: The Society, 1923-), p. 172, 1923, Secondary quality.

    p. 172 – Jane Wetherall Weach-Reese, b. Pennsylvania? 1749; to Clark Co. Kentucky, 1808. Elizabeth G. Weach Graham, b. KY ca 1782, to Clark Co from Kentucky, 1808

  3. 3.0 3.1 Genealogy, Graham Family, Box 3, Folder 7, in John Kennedy Graham Papers, Secondary quality.

    Note written on back of Order Form for The Chestnut Street Florists, The F. Walker Co., Louisville, Kentucky [by Mary Graham Walker ?]
    Elizabeth Weach or Veatch died in old farm or New Albany was born in Ky not far from Lvlle.”

  4. Indiana, Floyd, New Albany, in United States. 1820 U.S. Census Population Schedule, Primary quality.

    Graham, John K., 2 m>10, 1 m 16-25, 1 m 26-45, 4 f >10, 1 f 26-45, 2 in agriculture

  5. Application for Membership, Indiana Society of Pioneers, Florence Virginia (McBride) Salyards, approved 22 Feb 1987; Indiana Society of Pioneers, Indiana State Library, Secondary quality.

    Elizabeth Graham was 1st person buried in Scott’s Graveyard 19 Aug 1822.