Full Name: S. S. Weaver
Date of birth: June 8, 1829
Date of death: April 20, 1881
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Feb 8, 1870 - Jul 3, 1871
Unknown / Hunt
Hopkins, Hunt, Wood
12th Legislature, Provisional Session - Qualified and took the oath of office on 2/8/1870.
John A.B. Putnam, sworn 10/31/1871, succeeded Simeon S. Weaver, resigned 7/3/1871.
Members of the Texas Congress 1836-1845; Members of the Texas Legislature 1846-2004
Party affiliation, Democrat.
Texas Almanac for . . . and Emigrant's Guide to Texas
Biographical Notes and Resources top
- Relatives: John Calvin Weaver and S.S. Weaver, brothers. Biographical sketch, "Dr. J.C. Weaver," Lewis Publishing Company, A Memorial and Biographical History of Johnson and Hill Counties, Texas, 1892, pp. 509-511, crediting the Dallas Genealogical Society. "In 1871 Dr. Weaver represented Johnson, Hood, Palo Pinto, Parker, Erath and counties in the Twelfth Legislature of the State."
S.S. Weaver, "deceased, was a lawyer by profession, represented Hunt county in the Twelfth Legislature of the State several terms. . ."
Portal to Texas History (University of North Texas Libraries).
- Census of 1860 - S.S. Weaver, Hopkins County, age 30, born circa 1830 in Illinois, attorney at law, wife Drucilla.
Census of 1870 - Shederie S. Weaver, Hunt County, age 40, born circa 1829 in Illinois, attorney at law, wife Drewsilla.
Census of 1880 - S.S. Weaver, Hunt County, age 50, born circa 1830 in Illinois, attorney at law, wife D.C. Weaver.
Shedrack S. Weaver married Drucilla Matthews, 8/23/1857 in Cooke County.
- S.S. Weaver, birth date 6/8/1829, death date 4/20/1881, burial in East Mount Cemetery, Greenville, Hunt County.
Find a Grave.
- Simeon S. Weaver.
Members of the Texas Congress 1836-1845; Members of the Texas Legislature 1846-2004, 2005.
- Notice of death, Christian Messenger (Bonham), 4/27/1881, p. 8, crediting Bonham Public Library.
Notice of death, Daily Democrat (Fort Worth), 5/18/1881, p.2, crediting Fort Worth Public Library. "He had been a member of the legislature from Hunt county, had been district judge, and was a lawyer of prominence in that section of the state."
Portal to Texas History (University of North Texas Libraries). 4/27/1881
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