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Subject:Re: Cox/Brewster/Riley parents
Post Date:December 06, 2004 at 20:57:00
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Rebecca BREWSTER b29 Mar 1823        
Posted by: Cheryl White       Date: August 02, 1998 at 21:18:53
Rebecca BREWSTER b 29 Mar 1823, m.William C.Cox on 3 Mar 1842. Rebecca died 7 Aug 1845 in Ohio. Left son Aaron COX, b.16 May 1843. Who were Rebecca's parents ?

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This researcher appears to be related. You also have Weekes in your line. Have you contacted Cheryl White?
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WEEKES, Joseph CT, KS, b.1829 Engl.       
Posted by: Cheryl White       Date: July 24, 1998 at 12:54:48       
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Joseph WEEKES, b. ca. 1829 Eng. Naturalized Oct.6, 1855 in Albany. Married Cornelia EDWARDS, b. NY. Resided Norwich,CT, in 1860 census. Son Joseph Clarence WEEKES, b. 1 Feb. 1851 married Mary J. BARNETT, 7 Mar. 1876. Family stories say they lived in MO before coming to KS. Need locations for families, place of marriage.
       
Re: WEEKES, Joseph CT, KS, b.1829 Engl.       
Posted by: Pamela L. Briggs       Date: August 02, 1998 at 19:31:37       
In Reply to: WEEKES, Joseph CT, KS, b.1829 Engl. by Cheryl White        of 3861        

There's no record of a wedding date, but in the Norwich vital records twin girls, Elsie and Lissie (or Sissie) were born to Joseph and Cornelia Weeks on 2/15/1865 and a boy John Albert Weeks was born to them on 12/6/1865.       

Re: WEEKES, Joseph CT, KS, b.1829 Engl.       
Posted by: Cheryl White       Date: August 10, 1998 at 13:00:19       
In Reply to: Re: WEEKES, Joseph CT, KS, b.1829 Engl. by Pamela L. Briggs        of 3861        

According to the 1860 census of Norwich, New London, CT, Joseph WEEKS and "Amelia" had children including Joseph C.,9, (my ancestor), John,5, Elizabeth and Susan,1. This was before the 1865 birthdate in your info. Is there a logical explanation?
Also, Joseph was naturalized --- papers dated Oct.6, 1855 in Albany, NY. I saw them many years ago when visiting an elderly aunt. I have no idea where they are now. Any ideas about where I could write to get a copy?