I think you will find Alive V. Weaver on the 1870 HH#270-272 - Newton Co., TX & 1880 HH#162-162, Newton Co., TX.
Many of the Weaver and Clark families resided very near the Newton-Sabine County line. Some of those intermarried.
This is not my direct line but I host both Newton and Sabine counties for the TXGenWeb project and have done family reasearch in southeast Texas for about 30 years. I tend to gather information on anyone who lived there along with my relatives.
Since the early Sabine County records burned, I really find it interesting that a possible unknown wife of Isaac/Isaoc Weaver has come to light as many may have the wrong mother listed for some of the older children of Isaac Weaver. The Lowe's were also in both counties.
Isaac/Isaoc Weaver is buried in the Weaver Cemetery. You can see a tombstone slideshow of the Weaver Cemetery in Newton County (near the Sabine County line) at http://lest-we-forget.rootsweb.com/cemetery/weaver/page1.htm
I'm still working on the links between the tombstone photos and the Southeast Texas Regional Gedcom but I hope this helps you.
Now, I am a CLARK descendant and would like to know more about John Clark that Alice married.
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