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Re: Conrad, Henry, and Adam Weiler
Posted by: pamela wiler (ID *****0195) Date: May 04, 2005 at 18:27:52
In Reply to: Re: Conrad, Henry, and Adam Weiler by Barbara Haas of 328

Hi Barbara,

Thank you so much. I believe Conrad Sr. is my great-great grandfather.

This is what I have, not Conrad but A. Weiler married to Anna Marie had the following children:
Adam Weiler 12/25/1819 Germany
Henry Weiler 1821 Germany
Conrad Weiler February 1826 Budesheim, Germany

Henry Weiler is my great-grandfather. He married Sophia Sherk from Ontario, Canada. They lived in Stephenson County, Illinois. Their son is my grandfather, Charles Wiler (notice the spelling change). My father is Arthur Henry Wiler.

Henry & Sophia are buried in Dakota, Illinois. I have seen their tombstone. Henry Weiler 7/08/1890 to 1-07-1890 and
Sophia 9/18/1833 with no death on the stone.

I have lots of info on Sophia Sherk. They are are very well-known family in the Niagra area of Canada. Shirk, Sherk. They have a website.

Now, need to find out if there really was a Conrad Sr. or if the A. Weiler was my great-grandfather married to Anna Marie. I think they all were Mennonites.

Please follow-up. There are lots of Wilers (Weilers) in this area. Stephenson County, Il is where all these people moved from Ontario.

Thanks again, Please write soon. Pamela K. Wiler




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