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John and Ellen Elmira (Brown) Weigand
Posted by: Larry Parks (ID *****1831) Date: October 26, 2009 at 11:46:31
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Looking for connections to John and Ellen Elmira (Brown) Weigand. They most likely lived in Carbon, Lehigh or Northampton County Pennsylvania. Ellen was born 19 Sept 1869 in Carbon Co. PA and was still living in 1950.

Ellen was the daughter of Lewis and Amanda (Cope) Brown, of Carbon Co. She was listed in the will of her sister, Edna Sophia (Brown) Jergensen who died in Montana 14 Aug 1947. She was listed in the will as Mrs. John Weigand.

Below is another post that I made that has a little info on the will.

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I'm stabbing in the dark here trying to find connections to the following people who were mentioned in the will of Edna Sophia (Brown) Jergensen, b.1879, PA d. 14 Sept. 1947, Anaconda, MT. The will was probated in 1952.

Edna's parents were Lewis and Amanda (Cope) Brown. (not in will)

Agnes Zigler, Exectrix
Mrs. John Weigand, Sister
Elizabeth R. Hoch, Niece (Mrs. Irvin Hoch, Easton, PA)
Cora Rasley, Niece
Irma Rasley, Niece
Clarence A, Brown, Nephew
Marvin W. Brown, Nephew


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